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"quinlan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"Welcome to the third in a series of conversations with mighty. Casey quinlan of healthcare is hilarious fame. We both take the raw audio file and publish our own productions. Casey published her version last week entitled altered states mine is called normal a dryer setting we used each other's words with different perspectives on the same conversation. Fortunately we're both better than we were a few weeks ago. The predators owner raced my debilitating pain. I bought a new stand for my baritone sax. So i don't carry the weight around my neck through my spine. I graduated from five minutes a session to thirty minutes at a time even rehearsing with my band last night.
Who Are the Pennsylvania Dutch?
"Journey with me now to southeastern pennsylvania the area around present day york and lancaster for this topic voted on by supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts where you can get swag and bonus content and you totally should and i couldn't think of an intro this week so my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts in the sixteen. Hundreds most of the people living in that region were the native americans. The all gone quinlan. Pay the susquehanna knock and others by seventeen hundred or so. All that changed as the dutch and english try to lay claim to the land on either side of the delaware river a century after that settlers from europe horrid into the area and claimed even moorland. Many of these new arrivals were german. Speaking and they brought with them a number of different religious traditions. Although many of them were staunch lutherans and protestants. There were also amish. Mennonite and anna baptist be venerated the saints of the roman catholic church and used prayers and liturgical blessings for everyday activities when it came to matters of healing they often included consecrated objects and invocations in tandem with herbal remedies. Sacred symbols were invoked for protection of the family but more on all that stuff later. These germans in pennsylvania became known as the pennsylvania dutch. They weren't dutch as the previous sentence. Should have indicated so why the name the most common explanation is that dutch was a corruption of deutsche which means german. But it's at least as likely that it had to do with what the word dutch meant. At that time in eighteenth and nineteenth century english dutch was used to refer to the whole broad germanic region encompassing modern day netherlands germany belgium austria and switzerland at the time the pennsylvania dutch left europe germany. As we think of it didn't actually exist. It was an amorphous. Mass of duchy's kingdoms and smaller states. Let me throw a surprise third contender into the ring. Pennsylvania dight day ch- being the language of the community in question
Perfection in Modern Motherhood
"Perfection. In motherhood learned from reading your book to my not surprise. Is that perfection. In motherhood is a very very old dictate take us back to where the history of mothering advice. Sort of well. I'll get us started as the historian in the group. So something that maggie. And i have talked about for a long time. Is that the expectations for motherhood have changed sort of bradley like today. You don't expect your children to know how to guide a plow agriculture society anymore but the expectation you will raise a certain kind of citizen is still in place and while that can sound like a good thing. The particulars of that have changed over time. They've gotten more and more intense and more more particular so now it's about what kind of education your child gets. How much screen time they have. What kinds of foods they eat or do not eat how they sleep where they sleep. There's all of these different questions whereas before the social project was more about getting people who could do the kinds of work that were valued in this society and to participate in certain ways. Certainly if you're a woman you weren't participating through voting for most of american history but the particulars have gotten much more intense over time. When you say maggie yes in. I were able to really dig into a lot of historical archives and kind of see where some of these messages began. And how they've either shifted or not shifted throughout history and just to have access to some of the messages that women were told in late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds was particularly fascinating to me. Some of their struggles were very similar to mine in a lot of the questions that they had really resonated with
"quinlan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
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"quinlan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"Just because not and they haven't scheduled yet so that'll be at the razek. Mri point in the not too distant future stay tuned for updates like pissed off. I wouldn't say. I'm pissed off. Okay i'm bemused bemused eye. Like that ord not pleased. We'll say casey is not pleased at the idea of a stage. Four cancer diagnosis again. Because i know so many people who have been on the receiving end of those various types. It's it's not as though. I feel as though i'm the only schmuck in the universe that's got stuck with this night far from it and also that it's it's like i'm supposed to go home and die now. No death is inevitable for all of us and who knows i could be seeing a like sort of the end of my line as it were but not as though that's happening this week or even this month i'm not feeling as though i'm about shuffle-off but who knows because that's by the way an inevitable outcome for all of us no one gets out of here alive in case you missed. Amount is still only a theory. It's not something that i figure is happening this week this month. Possibly even this year right. But but the fact that i'm now at the point of eyeballing my mortality pretty squarely. I thought. oh hi. how are you doing. Yeah how are you yeah. Guess what Hey there so are you. Are you bored like you're such an active person. We'll say that not being able to do much. His is not my usual. This is where me out that i'm tired. Some of that is medication related. The great big fancy medication. That i'm on the one that's fourteen thousand dollars a month by bad for it. Hello thank you. American pharma but the drug that i'm on which is one of the ones that they advertise crazy on tv. Okay it's interesting. That stage four metastatic cancer treatments are like worthy of television ads on prime time television really anyway. I've been having a fistfight with the pharma folks over tv ads for over a decade. It's like you guys the fuck you doing. But anyway they're spending an awful lot of money that to me seems well we could keep talking about how. Rnd is. that's what your biggest bottom line is. But then meanwhile you're spending billions on television ads to faulk anyway back to our show already in progress anyway so this big drug that i'm on one of the one of the main side effects fatigue. Okay and the other things that my blood numbers have been terrible and some of that is. Because i don't really have an appetite. It's not that i'm not eating at all but it's like there's not a lot. That really appeals to me. Yeah i am using a lot of like meals when i say meal. Delete like doordash that kind of rub it's cetera and it's okay. What appeals to me right now. If somebody wanted to cook me something and bring it it would be great but again okay but my brother was here for a week. And he just went back home yesterday and he and i are both into cooking And he made some things that were. There was a vegetable cookbook by eric repair from lebron dan. He brought a book and made some things from it was good. But i haven't been able to get into the kitchen to cook right really. I bet as you gotta stand. They're getting in and out of the kitchen is also fun. Just because of the way that my place is constructed oak. And i can get in and out. It's not out of the question but it still excited to get in there. And then go in there with the walker and the walker has exceeds. And so i can sit but then the counters are up here and not as. That's impossible but i can. I can deal at the same time. It's just. I did get in there once and made a salad for dinner. And that was god that was within the last month and that was i felt his white accomplish. Something by doing ya But that was that was it. And i have gotten might. My sister is in a big kitchen person cooking but does take direction really well so she. She's been remote controlling here. Go do this. And so that's that's been but again it's like a lot of times i'll just look at doordash just konare.
"quinlan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"quinlan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"And so i think i think i'll skip atrium when to run enough gate the celebration chase as anomalous against the okucani so obviously on the weeks long into homes like as they were. The keys deserves to be famous for the champion chase. But he's going through and step up next season so hopefully we'll champion chase winner for you yet yet like what we say this year. Overstate shocking. swallow is very disappointed. In what unless he's other hoskins back the the novice this year ogm Unless he comes back in those business but Yeah i take shis non. I think i think he's for challenges next year. It's to maybe we should be paying a little bit more respect to put the kettle on. But you would imagine that chicken is going to improve pasture with all due respect to the clinical That she wears and You being a junior There is talk that could drop back in trip. I'd hate it quite frankly. I think go rhino again. Why wouldn't you. I think it's starting to bother me that he has managed to win the gold cup twice now but hasn't won the championship as it's the only race missing from see if he can persuade the Sensuous can refer you just one. Just one i'll send them back to nikita the nikki's already a bag of nerves. Nikki's going to be a complete and utter wreck now. If if anyone plays this to him or anyone says hey eliezer sending around gallops. Jesus christ four on nikki after all that. Work that devastating. But that's what arlen needs though more strong horses. That's what we need. We need more good horses and sources kept in our. That's that's what's important. Alright sean. You're right you're right. Fall off in time. Help send us. Well represents it's an idea. The north should be in an awful lot. More towns the final race. They were going to talk about is Ryanair's which went to time hill by a neck from roxana deco orlando. Aw delara gi. You altered genius. Sixty six to one bigger was available again. Argue lending a massive price each way touch on the final film. Cast twenty need to be this and the thursdays Andrew whiten rory becker again very very soon richard. Johnson said that one of the reasons he retired was the that issue that rules time hill at that. They weren't entirely certain they'd get him daintree not even on the day that he was writing newton abbot but the kind of had made his mind up anyway but it was a tough watch. Absolute gentlemen and We we talked for so long ended. Up being standalone podcast. So will release that for you in the next week or so. It will have to decide as to when we're gonna have decided tomorrow. No but anyway. Time hill is a bloody. Good racehorse sean. That was chat round away under like why dickey risk johnson didn't wait around for time head of the events that questionnaire with filipov tom. O'brien staff to partnership you know. I want to together as as number one. Rider script for thomas The sidelines burma tied behind richard. For a long time to get this agai grant right but Tight meles like A great hearts of state is the fresh offs going to end Gam rocks easy of foreign might rocks out of little bit Long-run from the the last a donati like band aid in front too soon. So just give titles to amazon tom. Brian time to perfection Said that's out obviously would have been a great sendoff rich johnson as you said Wouldn't have wanted to take life from. Rachel are from anyone else on the day. And that's why. He said he didn't want to retire at the end of the a because he didn't want to take the limelight away. From whoever is going to be champion jockey. Richard johnson is one of the nicest you you'd ever meet you know. He's like never seen him like if he gets angry at you. You've obviously done. something wrong. Are cops complaints about you address. You've obviously thought subject rob. I've sat beside him like in the winter. Now for last Ten years very rarely like you probably picked three or four times in the years that where he's actually given out about a month so he's an absolute legend. It's just a sham. That wasn't there said Value was great farmers but obviously they had problems. S didn't go to jump on but it probably works out for many. They've got the We didn't have flowing porter and paisley park clearly didn't run his racing so he said to me. Gastineau pez the power. Let's say got a had resident info. Like he got really stuck into michelle off the brighter. Long way out said he sends you back. She said i got stuck into milan. Way out probably had When he before he won the stairs early said e had five or six runs that season where he had known for awhile before cheltenham and you know if he was just say just say if he was probably ninety percent doughnuts any was anything but just say he was under sent for gentler money how to how they probably take about Get already party. Did runs lhasa Show mexico point about roxana. She's like she ain't she full-time not one being beaten by margins. Three times at this meeting twice in the same day she was beaten. What was it by being ahead by if the cockpit since nineteen on saturday so Issues beaten just over the length by sunshine assessment the before so maybe a Just need to hold onto a little bit bit long. Tunnels go studios and he's only. He's still only seven thought. So but it'll is the only at the full stops at three mile also Progress next season east. Probably probably the daily beast decided the odyssey said the staying staying. Those i wouldn't see any point in going chase now. I was just happy. I'll be kicking on down the first down the stairs routes as paul said. I think he's the best in being a head for the stairs next year. It'd be nice to see what floriculture does the punchestown. I i think he got a brilliant writer stairs Draw gab Writers said he got into lovely rhythm. I think he's jumping on for monday. You know maybe just be interested if he ever got to comfortably Things happen you know whether someone had s maker in there and actually just roughly fetters He's on you can write in any way As says i don't take Z. isa be so quick resorted You could be looking at a mysterious winner in him in next year. You're sculptor time. Help ease into the best price. Eight to one now. Does that attract.
"quinlan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Winner came out yesterday. John josiah fish jumpsuit his melodies. That was a strong peaceful. He's going from strength to strength since he's gone. Overhead -als is full of council. Win was advertised on friday. When the your job up just touched upon an finished. Second bell bound to the blind. The for michael. Screw them all and he was given. It was given the field. Wait that they kelso and he looked like he is ready for that. Step up to full just a lot. More professionals Thinking insulin syllabus Both done howdy of spoke about being a bit of a big baby just traveled on if you watch the race back from southie does not Think he's not gonna win and he just travels I'm comes upsides calls himself offsides alien often towards the end the bucks as michelle. Hollywood probably be not take a lead for long go but he said the trip out really well and pulled right away. And the bali say clearly didn't want us to form our thoughts and made us feel the effects of cheltenham on a bit of that whether he question questioned whether whether they got the trip as well. I still fairly strong enough melodramas. St sneeze Three and listed winter seasons walker So i think. I think that you wouldn't be too derogatory about the phone. Even though bali album and didn't wanna say so yet nothing not to like about him. I show and says he's chasing next year. I think he'll stop to but i think they think you landau fair. The missiles will be that he wants to and off by the spring and again like shawn being a stay at the nobody thing gun whether ends opened the alkyl the the the mosh will again bucket aintree too often offering just just the way he travels and they can fly trucks and what was going to always going to to be favorable to put. You've seen the legal nothing wrong. He traveled similarly in brazil. And so yet. Here's the highest rated and chris sale and also. Hopefully english have got wanting to go to war with next season overstates the you'd like to think so would certainly like to give make racist. At least come on he. Yeah i wonder will they. Just skip the next year and go to injury and to paul nicholls plan but i hate that i really would dislike that. Because he's he's run a fine race at a massive price in a in a good bumper at cheltenham. Obviously this worked out exceptionally well. So go that's where we want to see you. You know in the or the article. Well i think it's done kind of approaches alien area sometimes to not miss elvis get cheltenham and i think he's Twenty into into your hobby after trump was to follow eddie. And that's line. You need them say quite often the two of them off the news Trying to make the whole best chase as econ show this stuff. Allow neil us against this. This looks like it's like mine them so far but then she'll she'll formality be it become pain that the stock level. We're a long way off the gold cup put it. His dream is one of the quotes.
Colorado man livestreams Boulder supermarket shooting
"Terror and death at a supermarket and Boulder, Colorado as a man entered a king superstore and open fire. God we got people down inside King Soopers. Look, Dean chiller Livestream this video on YouTube. There's a senator active super Get away after arriving at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder shoppers inside heard multiple gunshots, including newlyweds Nevin and Quinlan Sloan, who prayed after they escaped a satellite. We start hearing more like like, Bang, Bang, Bang bang! And I sprinted over to her and Aside, told her head like we need out of here and I pushed open the emergency door. I think we're the first. To be out because the way I triggered the alarm in the
Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"
"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know
Columbus police chief stepping down after 2 fatal shootings by officers, deputies in city
"Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan stepped down yesterday after one year is head of the department. He was appointed in December of 2019 and will now be the department's deputy chief as they launch a nationwide search for a new leader. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced he had asked Quinlan to step down because he felt someone else was needed to implement reform and change within the department. So I am very optimistic about our prospects. Because I think this community is demanding change and reform and will support our next chief as she or he leads it. Deputy Chief Mike Woods will serve as interim chief. While the search is underway. It is unknown at this point. If that search will be conducted in similar fashion to the one held last year, and how much money it will cost
"quinlan" Discussed on WTVN
"After Thomas Quinlan stepped down yesterday, following last year's nationwide search for a police chief that cost the city upwards of six figures. Mayor and you're Ginther did not provide many details right now about how much money it will cost. This time around. I went through an exhaustive search first time is I said ever that we look Outside the division of police, extensive community engagement and conversations. So I think we'll be able to glean a lot of information from folks that participate in the process the last time around, but clearly based on the events that have happened in the last year, there might be additional community input that we want to make sure his incorporated engaged with that, so there's an awful lot of the search process that we can use. That we won't have to repeat, but there might be some elements that are critical to make sure we're making the most informed choice in our next chief, But we'll share those details in in the days ahead. It's currently unknown how long this new search will take, though the mayor did say it would be an expedited process who will conduct the search and with the ongoing pandemic, any community meetings or town Hall meet the candidates. Events may have to be moved online. Two pipe bombs found to the U. S capitol in January. 6th are believed to have been planted there the night before. This is, according to footage obtained by The Washington Post. Ah man has seen in a gray hooded sweatshirt carrying a bag near the capital. Investigators have concluded that the bomb was placed the night before. They were discovered the bombs, I should say plural discovered the next day. It was just about 90 minutes before the Capitol riots began. NBC News, Pete Williams confirms that the FBI has the footage and they are now offering a $100,000 reward for any information on this man. I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half, and as news breaks the Winter Storm watch. He's going into effect on Saturday evening through Monday morning across much of West, Central and western Ohio, that does include union. Logan and Champagne counties will see clear skies tonight with a low of 18 increasing clouds Tomorrow. Some snow expected in the evening with an afternoon high of 35 currently is 32 degrees. Listening to this all state commercial about savings may be the hardest thing about getting those savings safer, simply becoming an Allstate customer. Save more for adding driveways.
Police chief: Ohio officer who fatally shot unarmed Black man should be fired
"A police chief is calling for one of his officers to be fired following a fatal shooting this week of an unarmed black man. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan joined the city's mayor and calling for the firing of police officer Adam Coy, who fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man early Tuesday. We haven't officer who violated his oath. To comply with the rules and policies of the Columbus Division of Police, He says. Those failures include coin, not rendering aid to Hill. They're not turning on his body camera. There'll be a hearing Monday with the city's public safety director, Civil rights and family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday discrimination and police brutality Doesn't even take a break. Christmas. Brian Clark ABC NEWS This is
Ohio police chief recommends firing Columbus officer who fatally shot Andre Hill
"Chief says one of his officers should be fired after this week's fatal shooting of a black man. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan joined the city's mayor and calling for the firing of police officer Adam Coy, who fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man early Tuesday. We haven't officer who violated his oath. To comply with the rules and policies of the Columbus Division of Police, he says. Those failures include coin, not rendering aid to Hill. They're not turning on his body camera. There'll be a hearing Monday with the city's public safety director, Civil
Police chief: Ohio officer who fatally shot unarmed Black man should be fired
"Were reported. Police chief in Columbus, Ohio, Thomas Quinlan says police officer Adam Coy should be fired after he fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man on Tuesday. The next step in the process is a hearing before the public safety director Will happen Monday morning. After which the director will rule on my recommendation. Termination. Hill have been relieved of duty at Koi been relieved of duty
Where does the economy go from here?
"We are going to dispense with the president's remarks last night about changes he wants made to the virus relief. Bill that congress finally passed on monday. After months of negotiations. We are going to dispense with it with this observation. It's all fun and games and political intrigue until somebody gets hurt and people are getting hurt all over the place in this economy as we have been telling you for months and we got more evidence of that this morning courtesy of the commerce department will learn consumer spending fell nearly half a percent last month the first time. It has fallen since april thing. How long ago. That was and it same time. Personal income fell by a little bit more than a full percent. The third decline in four months. It's no mystery. Y right government aid has been keeping people afloat and that aid is running out so to get us going. Marketplace's samantha fields looks at what that is going to mean for this economy. This time of year is normally when people spend more money. Carl tannenbaum chief economist. At northern trust says the fact that personal income and consumer spending dropped in november is a bad omen. It does give a pretty good sense that households are not going into the new year in very strong answer to the urgency around. The negotiations in washington consumer spending crashed in march and april but then bounced most of the way back largely thanks to government aid back in april after the cares act. There was a huge pop in personal income. Ted rosman is an industry analyst at credit cards dot com and a lot of that did trickle down to other sectors of the economy. He says over the summer a lot of people felt like things were getting better but now maybe those unemployment checks have dried up. They've long since spent their first stimulus check. Maybe they're not able to go back to work. And people are nervous. After months of uncertainty over whether the federal government would provide more relief says tim quinlan senior economist at wells. Fargo six a long time to build up consumer confidence and not so long to disrupt it or to shake it and when people have less confidence and income there are less likely to spend their money. Carl tannenbaum northern trust says that is a bad combination spreading done by households accounts for almost seventy percent of our annual gross domestic product. Our national income. And if it's not recovering he says neither will the economy.
What Will the World Look Like When Crytpo Is Fully Adopted?
"What do you think the world will look like. Once crypto has been adopted. There's there's two sort of visions. I think i don't maybe we can just be honest ourselves. Sometimes i worry about the vision. We have for currency so aware. I started and i have a lot of respect for jeremy in the team at circle. Because back when i was in grad slow boston actually used circle to violate quinlan. So kudos huge you. Jeremy you saved me from my days for buying the clan on craigslist in using fan. So i could do how well yeah. So you obsolete neat stack my my sats. The early days of the coin The i think they're sort of two visions and they're two very different visions the vision. I've always had for bitcoin that i think. Really compelling one is the separation for the first time of money and state. Money has been object of the state since julius caesar stamped his face on a gold coin and i think really the experiment. We're attempting here like the world is no longer defined by physical orders. We live in a very digital world. Anyone could be anyone on. The internet has many different identities many different communities where part of sometimes as our default reality south. Sometimes where donnas you know there are a lot of eggs anonymous individuals citing. We live in this really interesting world that is truly becoming borderless antony. Bitcoin really represents the evolution of money transfer value in that world. But in the same time. I think governments are looking at bitcoin Right now we're living in a world where governments are trying to ban math. They're literally encryption. We done this time and time again. For the last twenty five years since incriptions existed but the advent of central bank digital currencies. In certainly what. We've seen in the asia pacific region in particular the advent of dc p. and Sort of national quote unquote digital currencies. You do have a lot of concerns around the ability for people to have financial privacy. Privacy transactions privacy communications so we have these two very different paths down which we're heading. I don't know if they're gonna coexist. Don't know if it's going to be an ethic collision and i know jeremy also you know than working a lot on uscc which which arguably has replay here. But i think the future of joe currencies in our society is sort of at this. Very interesting impasse. I want bitcoin to exist. Ideally people have the right to privacy that people have the right to sue committee in their transactions. But i think governments certainly do not like that and are advocating now for the antithesis of that which is central bank digital currencies and monetary systems that. Give them complete control the ability to exert financial censorship at every level of society. Driving up tacit. Tiv know early. There's so much there. I i guess i it just as a technologist The to the question of you know. When will this be mainstream or however you wanna call that my view is that you know. Things are mainstream in terms of technology when they disappear when they're invisible people and and when when essentially like people just take take them for granted right and said depending on your age and depending on where you are like. You might take for granted social media. But obviously that wasn't something that existed Wherever x. number of years ago you might take for granted that you have this amazing you know Supercomputer that just like that is reality. That is what the world was but obviously that had changed so at. What point is the use of crypto so ubiquitous and so embedded in so many things that we just take it for granted so were were. We have credited ago on that. But i think we're making really really strong progress. I think when. I also think about that question. I really think about Crypto and blockchain Is is. It's a pretty broad surface area right. You can be narrowly focused and sort of say there's non-sovereign stores value that use of blockchain infrastructure. You know bitcoin cash you know cetera et cetera which i completely agree with melting right. There's this this is this new form of borderless internet money and it will continue to grow and scale. And i'm i'm quite quite optimistic about that. But then there's the the fundamentals of the broader technology right so you know public chain infrastructure as effectively a new operating system layer on the internet. A new set of systems for storing data conducting transactions and executing code. That's what operates systems can help. Do these new operating system layers are very very general purpose in many respects there well suited to what i call fiduciary trust applications but can also be you know i. I was in a hackathon panel with melting the other day and we are looking at someone who built a decentralized messaging application on top of salona. The point being anti-centralized fantasy football fans in so digital games. You know messaging applications all these things on decentralized infrastructure web three cetera. Like that part of this is also a very very important part of this and so and you know something like stable coins like regulated stable coins like a us dc or potentially libra like these. These are also like apps that run on this new operating systems and could be quite popular. And so i think in terms of the question of when does that become mainstream. I think we're really close there. I think in the next twelve to twenty four months many of the most popular digital wallet products in the world that are used that we think of unused like as peer payments. And things like that. They're gonna turn on these protocols they're gonna turn these on and you're going to have you know all of a sudden hundreds of millions of people that can make interoperable payments at each other and that will kind of be in the background. That will be invisible. You'll you'll just you won't be trapped in making payments to people who then mo you'll be able to make payments between van mo and square cash and pay pal and swish in sweden and vips in norway. And you know go around the world to all these different apps. They're all going to speak. These common protocols in i think that's a a mainstream phase in digital currency. That's that's coming. I think ultimately that same number of people who might feel okay like i'm using euros or dollars or whatnot feeling comfortable using bitcoin that will grow to and eventually i would expect billions of people will will wanna use bitcoin to
Diplo Explains Living Situation With 19-Year-Old TikTok Star
"Record straight about his relationship with this 19 year old tic tac star Quinlan Blackwell. It turns out he's her landlord thing else. She posted this video and she was like I live with diplo right now, and he supports my endeavors. And then the Internet was like, Why does a grown man live with the 19 year old tic Tac star Ariana? Um, and he set the record straight. Say I rent one of my properties to her. Yes, I use the studio in that building. I could see how you're getting this twisted, but there's nothing but friendship, but my favorite was her response to even that, she says. I'd rather break both of my legs and be forced to walk them pursue diplo romantically, and he'd rather choke. Okay, So that explains it. You know who didn't help us Azalea banks, our good friend who threw a bunch of gasoline on this small fire by saying when I was coming up in l A dip will help me out. But I had to give him some or something like that. In those lines to make it. She implied that she was one of many young starlets. Who diplo abetted and I don't help out with their career. I don't think anybody paid attention to her. I don't I don't believe anything She
Denver City Council rejects bill to replace police department with 'peace force'
"The city of Denver without a police department. That idea came up for a vote Monday night in the City Council, a bill to approve of voter referendum on whether to get rid of the police and replace them with a peace force. The concept getting serious consideration in many cities in the weeks since the killing of George Floyd Violence is woven into the fabric of our police uniforms in Denver members of the public largely in favor. We need accountability. But council members while supporting the idea of police reform would not go. There is just irresponsible sums Saying they weren't given a chance to study the bill. But I cannot support a last minute ill conceived and legally questionable proposal. The bill was defeated 11 to 1 on Ly the sponsor, Councilmember Candy, said. Ibaka voting yes going to be on a ballot either in November or after with or without us with Fox on Justice. Hank Quinlan Fox News
Trump Says He'll Ban TikTok From U.S. As Soon As Saturday
"President Donald Trump said he will take action as soon as Saturday to ban TIKTOK for popular chinese-owned video APP that has been a source of national security and censorship concerns. Trump's comments came after published reports that the administration is planning to order China's bite dance to sell tick Tock. There were also reports Friday that software giant Microsoft is in talks to buy the APP. As far as Tik Tok is concerned we are banning them from the United States trump told reporters Friday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida. Trump said, he could use emergency economic powers or an executive order to enforce the action insisting I have that authority he added it's going to be signed tomorrow. Reports by Bloomberg News and the Wall Street. Journal citing anonymous sources said the administration could soon announce a decision ordering by dance to divest its ownership and TIKTOK. There have been reports of US tech giants and financial firms being interested in buying or investing in Tiktok as the trump administration said its sights on the APP, The New York Times and Fox business citing an unidentified source reported Friday that Microsoft is in talks to buy Tiktok, Microsoft declined to comment. Tick Tock issued a statement Friday saying that while we do not comment on rumors or speculation, we are confident in the long term success of TIKTOK. By dance launched tick tock in two thousand seventeen then bought musical dot L. Y. of video service popular with teens in the US and Europe and combined the two a twin service do yen is available for Chinese users. Tick talks fun goofy videos and ease of use has made it immensely popular and us. Tech giants like facebook and snapchat. See it as a competitive threat. It has said it has tens of millions of us, users and hundreds of millions globally. But it's Chinese. Ownership has raised concerns about the censorship of videos including those critical of the Chinese government and the potential for sharing user data with Chinese officials. Tick Tock maintains it doesn't censor videos based on topic sensitive to China, and it would not give the Chinese government access to U. S. user data. Even if asked, the company has hired a US CEO, a former top Disney executive in an attempt to distance itself from its Chinese ownership. US, national security officials of been reviewing the musical dot L. Y. Acquisition in recent months while US armed forces have banned their employees from installing Tiktok on government issued phones. Secretary of State Mike pompeo said earlier this month that the US was considering banning tiktok. These national security worries parallel a broader US security crackdown on Chinese companies including telecom providers while away and Z. t. e.. The trump administration has ordered that the US stop funding equipment from those providers in US networks. It has also tried to steer allies away from hallway because of worries about the Chinese government's access to data which the companies have denied it has. The trump administration has stepped in before to block or dissolve deals on national security concerns including stopping Singapore's broadcom from its one hundred seventeen billion dollar bid for US chip maker. QUALCOMM in two thousand, eighteen in an effort to help retain US leadership in the telecom space. It also told China's Beijing Quinlan Tech Company to sell off its twenty sixteen purchase of gay dating. APP Grinder. Other countries are also taking action against. TIKTOK. India. This month band dozens of Chinese APPs including Tick Tock citing privacy concerns amid tensions between the countries.
"quinlan" Discussed on WTVN
"Hello right what did you hear that I think it's the mother ship company down above us were actually inside of a we're we're inside of the walk in cooler now inside sixteen we've got our beer in here all we know we turned it off okay they're they're on the way anyway goes on to say look I've been very clear with business owners and the chief and any evidence that can lead to an investigation potential charges against individuals who vandalized or demolished property needs to be a priority whether it's in a downtown business or any private residence and then he said here's the funniest part of this I've been consistent and clear on that no you have not been consistent and clear on that so those are those are just some of the emails from the chief Quinlan which somehow got published in the dispatch so I I just found those that's fascinating stuff to me and it also they're developing training to include adolescent brain development and increased cultural competency training this is part of the spreadsheet you're asking police officers to do too much if you start pulling that it that's my own personal opinion there I I don't think they're the adolescent brain development and increased cultural competency training okay that's called no accountability that that that's what that was that's a built in excuse that you don't understand the brain development of eighteen so you have that they can't be guilty of the crime that is committed you might you might be right.
City of Columbus declares racism a public health crisis
"As protesters gather once again today on the lawn in front of the Ohio statehouse Columbus police chief Thomas Quinlan and Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther say they want to protect the peaceful protesters meanwhile Columbus city council has declared racism a public health crisis protests against police brutality against African Americans have adopted around the country in response to the death of George Floyd in
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"Police chief Thomas Quinlan easy dressing the protest today that have taken place around the city over the past week the latest at twelve o'clock on news radio six ten WTVN welcome to the clinic program we're so glad that you're here it is and I were just talking off the air he's a little concerned about Donald Trump and the election and keep these polls that you know by his own way ahead I don't ten twelve points ahead and it's starting to become a pretty consistent and so you know with all the stuff that's going on it's still frightening because you get the covert nineteen you got that rioting you have all these different factors involved you got ninety eight percent of the coverage against him it's it's all concerning now I'm now I'm scared well I I II I think you we all should be concerned but I will tell you this I I think this is all coming undone if America decides to vote for these people that have been involved in deep deep corruption end up paying playing footsie with antiphon all these people if that's what America chooses in the end the we deserve to fail we deserve to fail yeah and if this isn't my country anymore the small consolation add snob no I know yeah no I know I know but I don't think that's going to happen I think not I think you know they're saying that he's a dictator.
Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true
"You know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going. The whole world stands to benefit if women participate in the economy identically. Demand according to Quinlan's research at McKinsey it would boost the world's economy annually by twenty trillion dollars. That's the size of China and US economies combined. It's all countries align their gender equality efforts with the progress made by their most impressive neighbors. The world's economy could grow by eleven percent that's twelve trillion dollars. A remedy for inequality is a daunting task and it starts at home from the United States may seem like a developed nation but the United States for the last decade has been ranking in the twenties to thirties and the global gender gap report and so there is a lot of progress that needs to be achieved and one of these areas is an economic empowerment so the gender pay gap still persists here in the United States. The gap has narrowed since nineteen eighty. But it's been stable over the last fifteen years and as of last year on average women have earned only eighty five percent of what men earned and based on this estimate. This means it would take an extra thirty nine days of work for women to earn what men did. As of last year there is also the perception that this gender pay gap is imaginary. The latest survey shows that around half of the men believed that there is no gender pay gap so this is very much like half of the men are denying climate change. You know. It's the same principle of denying Ariel that exists which makes it even more problematic to solve when we think about the intersection of race and gender gap. It gets even worse with African American women getting paid the least on average a second area around economic empowerment for women as access to capital for women. Women receive less than ten percent of venture capital funding and ever ge US women are starting more and more companies access to capital is not as easy for women as it is for men. If you're a woman of color the probability that you'll get funding from a venture capitalist is less than one percent so there is a lot of work we need to do around economic empowerment women.
"Today. We're discussing warning signs starring Sam Waterston. Kathleen Quinlan my Italian cousin Koto. Jeffrey Demon directed by HAL bar. Would this is Arnie? From Quarantine and Stewart and this is the CO host feels rage beautiful rage Jacob. Yes folks I am in Quarantine. I've actually broken quarantine. I have not left my bedroom in eight days. I have broken quarantine to come to the recording studio so we could record about plague and I'm glad to hear that you're up. You sound pretty good. It sounds like things are going. Well Yeah this is not a joke or a bit people. Yeah Yeah you're awfully chipper about it but just to put it in perspective. You seem to be dealing with it well and we're glad about that. We usually record on Wednesdays. I came down with it on the Thursday after recording. I had like six days of hell and I'm back for this feeling my best. I haven't gotten the results of the coverted test back. I did get one of the coveted Cova tests. They did take a cotton swab and stick and so for up my nose. I think they swabbed my frontal lobe. I don't think I have cove it. I got a flu or something. I don't think I'm sick enough for coveted. But in an abundance of caution yes our local respiratory clinic has ordered me into isolation for two weeks but yes. I felt like if there's a movie that I should break quarantine to discuss. Its warning sign in our viral outbreak series. Yeah because they break a whole lot of rules in this film Yes. The nineteen eighties is a huge decade. For pandemic you know the AIDS crisis explodes. I wanted to cover one of those films. But they weren't made in the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s yeah. They all came out in the nineties. Right they did. I mean let's just call it. What it is. You couldn't be gay on screen in the nineteen eighties. It was this big taboo and if they dealt with AIDS. It was usually like an very sensitive. Tv movie like an Early Frost or like an indie film. Like one of Steve buscemi's early parting glances and none of them talked about it as an epidemic. They were just stories about gay life and one of the characters would be infected with HIV can see. I remember the one aides. Tv movie. I think from the eighties that I remember. It wasn't even about gay life. It was about a got it from a blood transfusion. Oh yeah they didn't even want to address that Ryan White. He was a hemophiliac definitely. Did try to push that narrative and that story and one of the lessons we can learn about pandemic is until it touches everybody. It's very easy to marginalize or at least a celebrity. That's when Reagan notice when his buddy rock Hudson died of HIV. That's when he's like. Oh maybe we should use some government money to research this. Yes it took. I think seven years from becoming does outbreak in San Francisco. Bath houses to being something that the president would talk about. But my dad was there. Here's the weird thing about my life I knew about. Std's before I knew about sex. My Dad led the Public Health Department on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. One of my earliest memories was that he had this shirt that said stamp out sex in really big letters and then in tiny letters at ped- dash usually transmitted diseases and he walked around the mall and people would point. I wanted to just crawl under awry. They just think it was like he's anti-sex because that's what it sounds like. He was so funny to get those reactions but he was there and he'd come home from work and he's looked yes. I'm going to all the gay bars. Were doing all this outreach. Because of this grid this gay cancer as it was described in the early eighties and eventually became known as eights. And if you want to see a movie around this time that was about it. I think you'd have to look at like fatal attraction. I actually think the whole erotic thriller genre is really a Metaphor about AIDS. Like the idea that if you step out on your wife or you do anything. Outside of your monogamous relationship is going to kill you like many cases. It's just a bitch with a knife but she's eight that's what it is. I never thought about it that but I do like those movies and I did think those movies more than AIDS kept men celebrate. Yeah and if you want to see a movie about the AIDS pandemic one of the earliest made. It was an. Hbo Movie in the Early Nineties was based on a book by randy shells and the band played on the movies kind of me but he's got a lot of celebrities in a lot of recognizable faces and it does a good job of at least telling you the history about how it all unfolded and what it was like. During that time when AIDS equal death there were no drugs. There was no hope and many people felt like it was in times. I really liked that movie. When we get to the review of contagion what contagion reminded me. Most of is in the band played on down. But let's talk about a different kind of outbreak. Yeah I'm surprised out of all the eighties. This is the outbreak movie that you picked Zombie Movie. Yeah I mean what? What else is there? I was looking at least this is a movie about does deal with an actual virus was being discussed. Here is real. I don't know if it's accurate to all the symptoms that you can acquire from it but Borna is an infectious disease that did break out in a little German town and we can discuss it so it had some validity that was the criteria. Oh so that part's real. Yes I had no idea that people ever died and came back. That's really happening. I'm not seeing. The screen is an accurate representation. What I'm saying is I looked for an outbreak movie that had some scientific backing and this writer director was very proud to say he did his research and he wanted this to be as real as possible. Who's even behind that like? Did this come out in theaters. I've never heard of warning sign and I saw it a lot. It was always on cable. I think what happened was this is a first time director. It was someone that had worked a lot with Lucas and Spielberg. He was a ghost rider on close encounters and script doctor and work on return of the Jedi behind the scenes. And what have you? And he was finally getting. His first and his last movie Bar would would never direct again but he wrote the script for Sugarland Express and he just knew the right people. I look this guy up. I've seen a ton of his work. Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures Indiana Jones in his infernal machine. I played all of those. Yeah on the commentary of this Blu Ray that I had. He basically said that he knew even while he was finishing. This movie. Directing wasn't for him he was getting into this whole video game craze. That was happening and that is where he put all of his energy but at the time he thought he would want to try his hand behind the camera after writing so many scripts his thought was. I've written scripts on the cheap. So much can it be that hard to write movies on the cheap so much. The answer is yes. This movie struggled for budget. Fox was very frugal about wanting to give this movie. Anything at the end. I guess it was a big battle with the producers and the studio to studio punishment was. We're going to put you out at the end of summer. August released not good the week after return of the living dead. So you know like if people even wanted to see Zombie movie the much better Zombie Film. They're not going to go to warning sign. This didn't even crack the top twenty disappeared. A blip you wouldn't have known it happened but it was always on cable and I just always saw pieces of it and I wanted to connect to again. I can't say I was excited but I wanted to connect the images in my mind and what they were talking about. It reminded me a lot of andromeda strain that pace the tone the kind of characters that were in it. It felt much more SCIENC- than your average Zombie movie.
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"quinlan" Discussed on World Cafe
"Her. Perform live for world cafe. This is rare thing from Francis. Quindlin stew speeches same happen. Quick Rush. Can't see after Sir There is wouldn't have to stir make me have. That's the song it's been stuck in my head for days now. Rare thing from Francis Quinlan her new solo album likewise out. Now I'm reiniger is speaking to Francis Quinlan Eve said in a few different interviews. They are often a different person at the end of a project the newer when he started so I.
"quinlan" Discussed on World Cafe
"That I'm back from Francis Quinlan's new solo album likewise Francis. Quinlan is here with me on world cafe. The last lyric of that Song Now that I'm back we should try again to talk. I think it's kind of an interesting lyrics because I feel like some of this album is sort of like an inner monologue And then every now and then you kind of break out of any talk to another person. And there's this tension kind of that I think comes out between all the stuff that's in your head and what you express outwardly And I love that description. That's great I really feel like that's like we're kind of getting to see it through. See the world almost in a way through your eyes. I was wondering like how do you decide because that is very personal to let people into that part of yourself? How do you decide what you're comfortable with revealing in a song in what you aren't? I think a lot of the a lot of that comes more in the aftermath. I'll certainly find out. Let's say but at the time you know I've written songs that scare me certainly For Hop along as well I mean I for me to believe in a song it has to feel true as the older. I get the harder time I have trusting concepts that don't feel true to me if that makes sense and so a lot of that is interior anxieties And the funny thing is those are those are only true to me but I certainly now more than ever See How relatable it is to for me to pretend that I'm not a frightened. Person would would feel misleading. I get the sense that I am not alone in that fear. And so why not open up about it? Sure I mean I guess you know you say that those things that you write about. Sometimes they're only true to you but I think you know with music people do especially with music. I think people tend to relate find things that they feel are to them too and I was wondering you know what is it like when you write something that is so personal and then have people They don't understand the specifics of what you're singing about. Maybe but they've found something in it for them. What's that feel like? I have some sometimes myself the the funny thing about writing songs. Is You know you start with an idea? And you have this motive and you have this Saw this particular thought that has to come out but language I mean languages is an amazing thing that we have but it's also incredibly flawed and I was just reading the other day. It's a linguistics book and it was talking about how different languages treat time and in English. We often we treat time with distance. We we we speak of it as being a distance. That was a long time. I had a long night and in Spanish. Time as measured by amounts like much time. Lots of time And that in itself is is a huge difference and then see all these different translations of Spanish poem in English and they're very they can be very different and read. What a what a crazy thing that one person wrote it once And then three scholars in three different times interpret the poem so differently according to the time of living in according to their own style and how they read the poem and so when people come up to me and they have their own very personal And very different interpretation of the song I think that's great especially when they're really vivid and imaginative or Or they mentioned something that I hadn't even thought of but I do but I also relate to That's that's amazing. And I I would. I would hate to take that from anyone. I'm speaking to Francis Quinlan about her new solo album. Likewise this is world cafe. I'm rancher as the next song that we're going to hear from you is a great example of the way your voice can do these really surprising things. it's also an example of your storytelling skill. I think it's based on some truth really kind of happened. Could you tell us a bit about rare thing? Oh yeah rare thing was inspired by my niece The lyrics I I had a dream one night she was she must have. She wasn't talking yet. She was maybe six months old she might have even been even younger Because she's the first person I ever held who was under twenty four hours old. That's never happened before it's such. She didn't have a name yet. I'm just so excited for her. You know to keep growing developing and she has such a you know when she says. Wow it's genuine she's genuinely amazed and and it's so I- opening and Really creates a stronger scope of just how small all of my concerns can be. I mean it's such a that is a rather corny sentiment but Yeah I is such a privilege to know.
"quinlan" Discussed on World Cafe
"Performed live at world. Cafe that is Francis Quinlan with your reply a song for her new solo album. Likewise I'm Rena. Dora's Frances Quinlan joins me now. Hi How are you? I'm good about yourself doing very well. I'm so happy that you're here me to this. I love the station. You'll have in me with thank you very much Now when you play the songs on likewise it's just you up there performing them live no band and you're still singing like you did with hop along but now it's just a laptop and you on the stage. So what's it like being up there? Without event I've played without abandon the past. So that's that's not completely foreign to me by any means. The laptop on stage is a huge departure for sure And the fact that I am still certainly learning the program Abelson. It's a little bit of a bumpy getting to know. But it's exciting. It's exhilarating when it works. Its magic I mean. It's the same as a band right. Like it took the band along time to you know. I hope it doesn't take that long for this. Yeah this is certainly different. Yeah I was going to say you know. You have all the control over a laptop but I'm sure challenges right it's so unforgiving it's funny Playing with tracks I was saying. Oh at some show while back. It's like playing with a merciless band. Where you just want to slow down and the band says no plan. This is the speed that we play every. There's no there's no give and take. It's just you just have to commit. I'm talking to Francis Quinlan on world cafe. I'm rain address. I WanNa talk about your voice. It really is the centerpiece of the music on this album. You've got a very unique voice and I've heard you say in an interview before that you knew you wanted to be a singer since you were really really little but you're singing in a more conventional way. Maybe when you're a little oh absolutely. I didn't know anything about noncommercial music until I was in high school. I would say so. Yeah when I was little The first song ever Sung on stage was what's love got to do with it by Tina Turner mature subject for a seven-year-old. Maybe there's a great jam seven singing Tina Turner. Yeah you know. I've been telling too many people. Yes Leon. Cd Mariah Carey Lisa Loeb was. I think my first CD was the single stay. So how did you end up your singing? Lisa Loeb Tina Turner Singing Selene. Dion how did you end up finding this voice? I've had to learn to work with the limitations of my voice For a long time for many years I think I was trying to work against it. Or have this or emulate the personality the vocal personality of a lot of people. I admired and Wanting to be unique I really. You know really focused on on standing out in a way that I wasn't thinking so much about maybe the songs what they called for as much as just thinking about. How can I get people to pay attention to what I'm saying? I'm curious now. You see you say it working with those limitations that you had for your own vocal limitations. What is something that you found was like a limitation for you that you're able to kind of make something you've loved? I mean have kind of a nasal voice It can be off putting. I think it's one of those voices that people either really like or don't like it. It's hard to be middle of the road about it and I've embraced that. Certainly it's not that I wouldn't WANNA be middle of the road. I'm speaking to Francis Quinlan about her new album. Likewise I'm rain address. This is world cafe. We're going to hear now that I'm back. This is now that I'm back. Francis Quinlan on World Cafe Bree. Imagine when the dog too much she staff changed afterwards Don Movie Conan Seasons Spaghetti. The man took off. I'd only big chokes lost driving from upstate. Alone came in. She had on why you form my first coffee that morning yet. Home Gold plated and Voltaire Bad Yawn Off DID now..
"quinlan" Discussed on World Cafe
"You're listening to World Cafe. I'm rain address. The cover of Frances Quinlan's debut solo album features a self portrait. It's her face looking directly out at you wide eyed and she looks kind of nervous a little bit scared like she's been caught and exposed and in a way that makes sense after fronting the Philadelphia Act long for fifteen years. Quinlan is stepping out on her own and playing the personal sometimes revealing songs on her new album likewise all by herself without a band on the day likewise was released. The last day of January Quinlan came by World Cafe to talk about the album and play songs from it in front of a live audience for the first time at World Cafe Live. She begins our session with the performance of your reply the eastern Depending on that skidding much dabble discussing away. June into performed live at world. Cafe that is Francis Quinlan with your reply a song for her new solo album. Likewise I'm Rena. Dora's Frances Quinlan joins me now. Hi How are you? I'm good.
Smothered & Entitled - Al Lubel
"I was thinking the other day. Actually I was talking to somebody and talk talking about my past and my struggles with self obsession and and just kind of dark corner that I got into in my life and I had all these things externally that I had dreamed of having and when I was younger yet I felt so empty inside and as I look back now I I realize is that the price of selfishness is loneliness and I couldn't see that at the time I thought that survive I I needed to think about myself more. Didn't realize that help was one hundred eighty degrees away from that that it was not trying to impress people but to be vulnerable to be honest to be my authentic self and then I could allow people love me. And then that's when I began to feel connection and the loneliness eased took me a long time to realize that I'm GonNa read something from our struggle. In the survey. This was filled out by a woman who calls herself awkward side Hug and a modern order. Anerexia she writes if there is less of me than maybe there will be less of me to hate so so so profound about herself harm. It hurts less than feeling everything and nothing at the same time. Isn't that funny. How we can feel numb in overwhelmed at the same time thank you prevent is a happy moment? Filled out by a woman called herself Rowan. She writes I was in Church today with my parents silently seething at the system that has taken God and turned him him into a symbol of hate for so many groups. And I'M NOT GONNA lie. I was ready to give up on it all faith everything. But then the communion him began and I heard the young young girl behind me singing with all of her heart. Here I am. Lord is it I lowered and suddenly I realized God isn't about the system that has corrupted his image. He is about this young girl unabashedly asking if she is the one who will do great things in his name. I sang with her for the remainder remainder of the song. And I believe that little girl just saved my faith and just beautiful. I love love those moments when we just feel like the the universe is talking to us and saying something to keep us going. This is an email that I wanted to Read this was something that I got Somebody had written me about struggling with intrusive thoughts. They had related very much to the one of the episodes that we had with breath The Therapist Kimberly Quinlan and she specializes in OCD. And this person had written to me saying how much she related to the episode with Kimberly and how helpful it was to her and I said if you wanted to write something for the website about your struggle with intrusive thoughts That might be cool and then And so she she did and then I thought you know what I actually actually like to read this on air And she calls herself Cameron and she writes first and foremost anyone who has intrusive thoughts or was he should know that they are kind signed loving and gentle people who would never act on their thoughts the fact that the thoughts upset or disturb. You is evidence of this which is helpful to remember when you're in real Despair next know that you are not alone. I think the condition itself leads to many of with to isolate. It's embarrassing and frightening to tell others that you have disturbing thoughts you feel. You can't control so it's our tendency to keep it to ourselves. Enforce ourselves to deal with it alone. Anyone doing this right now. How should know that this fuels the OCD? It's like a parasite that happily dines on your fear and use it to inflate the intensity of your thoughts. This creates more fear and the cycle continues finding a way to share. What is happening to you with others is really important in keeping your OCD check? A good therapist should be able to listen to you without judgment or fear and help you learn ways to quiet the parasite if you can't afford or find a good therapist thing about out who in your family or friends circle you could share this with that would be kind in that would be kind and compassionate about it. If you don't have that kind of support your life look online for others. Who are suffering as you are? I use the word suffering purposely. Here is this condition can be very painful anyone who supports you should acknowledge allege that a trick that sometimes helps me is distancing myself from the parasite. I imagined that the thoughts I'm having the parasites thoughts not mine. Doing this allows me to hear them without attaching to them. I see the parasite giant tick like bug that has many miles with sharp teeth. It uses uses it smiles to speak the thoughts and then any fear they caused me at gobbles up with its sharp teeth. This image reminds me that while the thoughts happened in my head and I'm not the one generating them know that if you try this technique or any other. The parasite is sneaky. It will try to convince you that doing this isn't healthy. Because has it covers up the real you or maybe it will tell you that it will never work etc when you find this happening. Try Not to argue with the parasite just observe as best you can on another trick is to intentionally change the words. You're hearing when you have a lot of intrusive thoughts start saying to yourself or out loud. If he can nonsense words like the kind of thing you hear Aliens Speaking in Star Wars. Continue this without stopping for as long as you can. This also works with random words just thinking thinking or saying them one. After the other for instance the Red Pencil under the bridge ask Tacos to work on farms in the dark. Sometimes they are so goofy they will make you laugh. If you can say these things out loud say them as loud and for as long as you can it can help make the other thoughts. Go Away
5 finalists named in Columbus Police chief search
"The search for a new chief of police in the city of Columbus has been whittled down to five candidates interim police chief Thomas Quinlan E. is one of those finalists for the permanent job a selection is expected to be made by the end of this
"quinlan" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"I think I think the data even technically traditionally is clear you know stress can negatively impact cancer treatments. stress can make and that's worse right. There are lot of ways that we see the body reacting negatively to stress the difference is when cancer are patients are. Ms Patients are stressed. They aren't generally told by the doctors. You know this would work better if you could just fill in the blank so the difference isn't that we're arguing against alternative treatments. We never make suggestions for or against. Any kind of treatment in the book are point is no matter who you're talking talking to. If we're framing the issue as the individual patients responsibility alone to remove these types of mental and social barriers we are not offering than the kind of structural support that will give everybody a better chance of getting pregnant. I see that's a that's a great yeah explaination which actually leads me to question on stereotypes and how you both are very consistent and making ensure that you're bringing the lens of privilege to your analysis and so with regard to the racial disparities racial health disparities in accessing zing fertility how does that play out with regard to the African American community or other communities of people trying to access fertility. Ludi treatment and conception well back in his very involved with fertility for colored girls and we were able to bring that organization to campus best at UNC Charlotte and what that organization does is sort of argue again on some of the stereotypes right that African American women or women of color are more fertile right but that's a stereotype that perpetuates in society that is not true right. We know that they have a lower often. You know higher incidences of of infertility. It's just not as talked about and you know. Some of the racial is next about women of color impact their ability to to get treatment or continue to silence them when they're struggling because of the assumption that they can design medically get more get pregnant one of the one of the challenges if we bring it back to what we were just talking about about stress imagine going into to treatment failing like you've doubly failed because not only are you not getting pregnant but you are meant to be hyper fertile. That's this you know this myth that we've had for hundreds words of years and as Maggie was saying you know it's one eight. It's you know fifteen percents for the population but among the African American community in particular it's twenty five percent and so is the incidence of infertility is actually higher but because we have all of these race stereotypes in our culture about hyper sexuality hyper for the hyper fertility and this goes way back doc deep roots into enslavement and because we commodified reproduction in the black community in particular therapies extra levels. It's a taboo and finally thing and you know we. Maggie and I worked with Dr Matric Johnson who works locally at reach and she is an African American woman and she has spoken openly on panels contended about the ways that her patients are coming in to receive treatment far later then her patients from other communities he is because of that shame and because of that silence so not only does it increase stress for those patients at actually prolongs the amount of time for which they will go and receive treatment treatment and in some cases that narrows their options this disparity also applies to class ability and gender expression as well the the privilege or the lack of privilege and it also extends as we move into the next section of pregnancy or in birth towards pregnancy and you talk about actually before we get there. How pregnancy is itself performance so I can you address. What do you mean by pregnancy pregnancy being performance and then how do these different identity markers of class race ability etcetera and privilege impact this this performance for what we think about the ways in which our bodies communicate set up pregnant body is in nine times sort of call offer story or that individuals will ask other questions about their theory answers how their own story that we expect a pregnant body lobby to look a certain way act a certain way behave a certain way you know in terms of food in terms of exercise and in terms of different ways of you know of performing the body and so we're interested in thinking about the ways in which Steph socially constructed and you know looking back throughout throughout history on how pregnancy was technology is and then thinking about how we see that the today when you use this award performance it also brings to mind this concept that the pregnant person is not just performing but as a spectacle and so that that that individual loses agency in being able to be a fully identifiable old person in in what ways does the performance of pregnancy disempower the individual. I think that's a great question. Terry and I WANNA make sure are we are clear that we don't we think that performance is forced onto the pregnant individuals so we have set up -ociety society not like Maggie saying you know there are certain systems and settings in which narrative impersonal story are interesting so long as they are speaking to being pregnant so we have very specific ideas of how and aware pregnant women should work what kind of prenatal care they could get as Maggie intimated diet. You know what you consume the amount of people that we have heard from who have gone to a coffee shop and been refused the coffee while they appeared to be pregnant and again. You're making an assumption right. You're making an assumption that the person is pregnant and you might be incorrect so there is a real sense in which your personal identity is no longer allowed to exist because you're only purpose in society at at that moment is to bring to fruition this other person and there is a real danger and not understanding that there is a full full human involved because you just think about people coming up to the grocery store and just touching your body. If I went up to someone in the grocery she store and just started lately massaging their shoulders. This would be totally unacceptable particularly if I had never met them but someone I never met has no compunction hunkin about coming up and laying their hand on my belly and asking me questions about my body so there's a way in which your body belongs now to society belongs along to the state to the capitalist system however you want to frame it and anyone an- any any body can interact with your body in the way that they choose you. We're really lose the ability to give your consent to so many things the way that we have things structured right now and you've referenced earlier the The pathologist of pregnancy so medicalising this period and and how in not I seeing it as natural but actually this crisis view of pregnancy paralleled the movement of birth into hospitals and then of course the subsequent quick decision oversight of pregnant bodies. Can you talk more about that well. I will say you know especially in our nick you chapter. We talk a lot about how that yes. You know we're very grateful for are advances in technology that some of the some of the many of the participants in our studies in different chapters and in different studies we've done would not be able to see other without the help of technology so you know in terms of you know a couple of participants who had incompetent services and and needed a third class in order to remain pregnant to as close to full term as possible and so you know it's it's easy to be critical of the biomedical relation of pregnancy but yet you know also grateful for for a lot of advances to you know we wrestle a lot with that because because we're so grateful for the cirque lodge but we're still calling it incompetent cervix so you know to bring it back to that pathologist and that performing timite we are expected to perform a whole and complete bodies that are above reproach so that we can prove that we are not incompetent because the biomedical gays frames any difficulty or any normal sort of struggle that might go along with pregnancy as incompetent competent personnel incompetence instead of structural and competence. We don't ask why women all women all bodies that are carrying the child women are not. We don't ask why they don't all have access to organic foods. We just think that some of them are already bad mothers for not eating that way and of course I we don't make it available for all mothers exactly because it's easier to blame the individual than it is to change the system and so that's what Maggie and I are trying to speak back to a lot and that book to say hey these bizarre beneficial things. These are helpful technologies and yet this is how they aren't working for so many any people and this is what we need to change to make these systems more just and equitable so I I'm not sure if you touch upon this in your book but it just occurred occurred to me that there's the fact that we collectively by into the acceptance that the pregnant body belongs to all all of us and not to the pregnant individual it creates this surveillance that and self surveillance that could actually contribute commute to further surveillance because of the guilt and shame that people feel when they were pregnant. They were not enough then they then project that onto other pregnant bodies later in life in order to assuage guilt. They may be feeling. That's exactly what we say. In the pregnant the end in the post-partum Chapter Right Maggie we do actually talk about self surveillance and we talk about the use of APPS and social media platforms where individuals report on on or picture of their own behavior and then the public also chimes in that space which not only creates that feedback loop but also creates more data with which is to judge the individual and with which to Vail okay now I mean I I I did read that part but I was just wondering and mental the psychological attorney of of how someone might get to that point if it could be prevented by having some sort of analysis around you know their own embodies have having been controlled and dominated in a certain way and sort of as a preventive measure you know for example through therapy. That's such a great point Maggie. You and I have talked a lot about that. I think that it's really hard to resist the we have a lot to say about doctor telling patients or you know pregnant individuals not to Google something because it is such a part of our lives at this point that you know meet for example when I was pregnant at when I out something happening like to be out of control or you know if I was feeling concerned about a symptom or something that I was eating or I would go into the rabbit holes and you know searching for things on line and and sort of looking for what I wanted to hear didn't watch it here in order to have some sort of confirmation that what I was doing was right or wrong in quotes so I think you know we do practice in these in these rituals and I I think Bethany probably has a healthier relationship with social media that she's good at going in and getting the information that she needs based on research and coming out where sometimes I get a little stock the Oklahoman. It's really hard and you know Terry. I think you're probably familiar with the idea of internalized oppression so because we've made need this the individual failure of a pregnant person or a mother with a sick child or somebody who has had a miscarriage or had cervical issues or has a baby in the nick you. I think we internalize that and the real difficulty is not understanding guilt and shame we feel may actually be external rather than proof of our failure as a a parent or caretaker and so some of what we are talking about in the book is that understanding the historical roots understanding that people have been worried that getting a college education or Glenn on horseback rider more telling to any jokes or whatever the case may be could actually really prevents you from getting pregnant when you hear similar narratives today the knowledge of how far back that goes can in itself be a tool well to help you save. This has a long history. It's probably never really been true. I don't have to take that on and that can just start to give people some margin or for hedge. Some of that internalisation. I think can happen without us even knowing it yeah..
"quinlan" Discussed on The Next Right Thing
"For a person to do a thing but even these are not enough you have to go even one step further so let's use the phrase this would be a good opportunity to grow my business fine but the next question is this is this a season of your life where you are working on growing your business is that part of what you've already decided is a high priority right now if yes then go for it this sounds like it could be great for you but here's the point just because someone else says it's a good opportunity and just because it might lead to something you might want to have happen doesn't make it an automatic yes for you when opportunities come your way you have the opportunity to discern between your values and you're vanity because let's be real oftentimes i think something could be a great opportunity so i say yes out of a fear of missing out in my experience it's about one out of ten opportunities that turn out to be great that's not exact math but just thinking about my own in box and my own conversations that seems to be about rate the other nine fall into one of these categories it's either a job and obligation or a glorified favour we call these things opportunities because we think maybe they're going to get a something that we want but oftentimes if we really look hard at it it's a myth again i'm not saying you should never say yes to those things we do jobs we have obligations and we do people favours all the time i'm just saying don't call them great opportunities i'm also saying i hope that even the ones that are great sometimes in order to remain true to your life true to your people and to your own calling you need to turn them down and choose your absence from them my sister my quinlan who online goes by the nestor you can find her at the nest.