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Three Washington State Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death
"Committee. But Republicans, they're already brushing that off. Calling it political. ABC is Rachel Scott, three Police officers in Washington state have pleaded not guilty in the death of a black man while in their custody. What exactly happened during the confrontation with Manuel Ellis is still being debated. But the attorney general found enough evidence to charge to come. Officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins, who are both white. With murder. Timothy Rankin, who is Asian, is charged with manslaughter attorneys for the 31 of them released on personal recognizance, But Judge Michael Schwartz said no degrees. It's a
Murder Charges Filed Against Officers in Black Man's Death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting murder charges are being filed in Washington state against two police officers in the death of a black man Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has charged officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins with second degree murder and officer Timothy Rankin with first degree manslaughter in the death of manual Ellis last March Ellis a black man died after telling the Tacoma officers were restraining him that he couldn't breathe the Pierce county medical examiner called his death a homicide while also listing methamphetamine intoxication and heart disease as factors Ellis died just weeks before the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer triggered a nationwide reckoning on race and policing hi Mike Rossio
Blinken in Israel on Mideast tour to shore up Gaza truce
"Secretary of state Antony Blinken has arrived in Israel at the start of the Middle East tool aimed at shoring up of the Gaza ceasefire Lincoln is the highest ranking US official to visit the region since president Joe Biden assumed office the administration had hoped to extricate the U. S. in the region's intractable conflicts and focus elsewhere this being pulled back into the Middle East by another outbreak of violence he's beginning his visit in Israel where a prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political life after a fourth inconclusive election in two years Rankin's Amos may encounter obstacles of such as a whole Israeli leadership Palestinian divisions and deeply rooted tensions surrounding Jerusalem and its holy sites I'm Charles dealer this month
Godzilla vs. Kong Director Adam Wingard Takes on Thundercats
"From deadline godzilla vs contractor. Adam wind guard to help fender cats movie. For warner brothers. Yeah as his new film. Godzilla vs kong opens wednesdays in. Us theaters on hbo. Max after turning up hollywood film pandemic record one hundred twenty three million gross and thirty eight overseas markets over the weekend director atom wingard is set to direct thunder cats. That is a big skill feature based on animated tv series. That ran from one thousand nine hundred five one thousand nine hundred eighty nine rankin bass and several other iterations comic books and merchandise. The project has been developed by rightback's dan lin and vertigos. Roy lee they were producers on wingard directed death note with an early script by david. Kaga shell ripper pepa. Let's see here. Yeah it's series focuses on a group of cat like humanoid aliens who live on on the dying planet then dera the thunder cats are forced to flee their homeland. And we have no idea. Who's going to be starring in this. Who they're going to be casting as a thunder cats
Virginia man accused of shooting guard at Social Security building dies
"Suspect in the attack on a federal facility in Virginia has done man. Prosecutors say Opened fire on a security guard in Virginia last month has died. William Rankin supposedly equipped with some 600 rounds of ammunition when he entered the Social Security Building with a rifle bag shouting. I want my money. They said He then fired several rounds at close range into the security guard who told him he couldn't enter the building, wounding him in several places, including the upper chest. That guard who fired back hitting. Rankin was wearing a bulletproof vest and is expected to survive. Rankin had been charged with attempted murder and assault. And now that he's deceased, those are to be dropped.
Rookies Lankinen, Kurashev lead Blackhawks past Red Wings
"Kevin Rankin posted his first NHL shutout and the black hawks improved to foreign versus the red wings this season with a two nothing win at Detroit like an intern back twenty nine shots in helping Chicago win its third in a row and sixth in its last seven rookie Filip Khrushchev put the hawks ahead with a pretty power play goal midway through the second period weaving through the wings defense before sliding the puck between Jonathan Bernier flags Alex DeBrincat sealed it with an empty netter Detroit was over three on the power play and it's gone ten straight games without scoring with the man advantage I'm Dave very
"rankin" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"Welcome to the nick. Taylor horror show kyle. Rankin is an american writer and director having directed such films as the battle of shaker heights infestation night of the living dab in the which files. His latest film is the extremely controversial run. Hide fight which takes place during a school shooting in this conversation with kyle. We explored the genesis of the movie as well as some of the film's largest misconceptions and overall intentions. All of this and so much more on. Today's episode of the nick taylor horror show. Now that further do here is kyle rankin director of run hide fight. Kyle good to see you. How's it going nick nick for having me. Thank you for being here so you were one of the original contestants on the project greenlight which i remember watching a long long time ago. Yes oh my gosh longtime now been. Was that two thousand two thousand three. Wow yeah yeah nice. I remember that show came out. So that was essentially that led to your your your first your direct to'real feature debut essentially right it did and also a lot of ways. Let dazzling nothing. Can you walk us through how you got into be being a filmmaker essentially what you're kind of director origin story. Yeah and remind me of. I forget i say did not lead to some great things got reps and all that but it also led to a very challenging time where i grew up in hardware stores. My dad was a hardware store owner but actor project greenlight. I was like. I was doing some assistant plumbing. I remember i was just telling my wife the other day. I was installing toilet in a guy's house out here in la and he's like you look really familiar now. I just kept pulling down my alley. No man i could probably have like movie posters around on ships guys like in the movie business pointed at me like project green lamb yep and now i'm installing your toilets but actually like that work you can.
Korpisalo makes 31 stops, Blue Jackets beat Blackhawks 2-1
"The others corpus hello want to match up of long time friends by stopping thirty one shots in the blue jackets to one win over the Blackhawks corporate cell got the better of blackrock's net minder and fellow Finn Kevin Rankin who handle twenty five shots that was great I mean just battling against your one of the best friends you have I'm not you know getting away and that was that was really fun Oliver Bjorkstrand provided the opening goal on a power play in the first period he also set up Eric Robinson's breakaway they gave Columbus a two nothing lead in the second period your extreme has three goals and eight points in his last seven games Dylan Strome had Chicago's lone goal and he almost died on a referendum was blocked by Vladislav gaffer cop early in the second period I'm the ferry
Duchene leads Predators over Blackhawks 2-1 in shootout
"That's real in Chicago went past regulation for the second straight day before Matt Duchene netted the lone shootout goal in the predators to one victory over the Blackhawks Nick cousins had the regulation goals for Nashville could certainly played a good game but I mean it's obviously nice to get that one out of the way early and obviously specially the the what is most important Ryan carpenter provided the lone goal for the Blackhawks who have earned a point in their last five games Chicago's Kevin Rankin and finished with forty one saves in regulation and O. T. including twenty in the third period you see serwis me twenty nine saves and denied all three Blackhawk shooters in the shootout I'm Dave very
"rankin" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Of their seven children. John. Rankin was a craftsman builder, architect carpenter and rancher among other things and was quite successful meaning jeanette grew up in a very comfortable environment. Janette would not be the first member of her family to win elective. Office. John, served as county commissioner beginning in eighteen seventy, eight, olive rankin was a teacher genetics. Family was really important to her her siblings would later prove instrumental in her campaign for Congress. She had a particularly close relationship with her father whose political perspective helped to shape her own his affection for her also meant that she was included in conversations on topics that were often reserved for men at that time. After graduating from high school Ginette enrolled in the very first freshman class at the University of Montana, she graduated with a degree in biology but Janette wasn't sure what she wanted to do with her life. She didn't find her purpose until after her father's death in nineteen four when she went to visit her brother, Wellington who was a student at Harvard life in Cambridge and Boston was a shock to Janette who had spent her whole life in Montana she was able. To See inequality more clearly there and it spurted desire to get into activism in Nineteen Oh eight Janette moved to San Francisco to work in a settlement house before starting school at the New York School. Of Philanthropy. What's now called the Columbia University School of social work after earning her degree in social work she moved to spokane Washington in nineteen o nine and then to Seattle while Janette was working with some of society's most vulnerable she realized change required political. Action. Her eyes started to move towards politics. A major call to political action came in the form of the Women's suffrage movement. Ginette involvement started somewhat small. She hung posters all over the city she was so determined with her poster-hanging that she earned herself an invitation to take a more substantial role in the Organiz Washington state suffrage movement. Washington state past women's suffrage in nineteen ten Ginette. Then took her advocacy back to her home state of Montana where she was the first woman to address the Montana state legislature she gave a rousing speech arguing that women were unfairly subject to taxation without representation still the measure failed. Regardless genetics efforts were noticed. She officially became part of the national. American. Woman Suffrage Association in One Thousand Nine hundred twelve as field secretary in that role, she helped pass woman suffrage in North Dakota and participated in the famous parade organized by Alice Paul on the day before Woodrow Wilson. Aw gration. As momentum continued to build ginette returned to the fight in Montana which became the first state to pass suffrage through a referendum. Her whole family helped with the cause. Genetic. Fight for voting rights was intertwined with her passion for Pacifism. As, the United States teetered on the edge of joining the First World War Ginette believed women should have a say in voting men off to fight in nineteen sixteen. Ginette decided to run for the US House of Representatives while women could vote in her home state. Of Montana, women were still barred from the ballot box. Nationally, genetics brother was very supportive. He convinced her to take the leap and her sisters also worked on her campaign. Ginette ran is a republican facing seven opponents in her primary. She used the organizing skills she learned in the suffrage movement to activate voters on the ground. She spoke against entering any war and she advocated for the importance of investing in children in reference to the fact that the previous congress had approved significantly more budget to study hog feed than to study children Ginette said if the hogs of the nation are ten times more important than the children, it is high time that women should make their influence felt on August Twenty Ninth Nineteen Sixteen Ginette was nominated as the Republican candidate for one of Montana's to representative seats. Ginette play second in the general election earning her a spot in the subsequent Congress and marking a new era of government. In the United States she said I may be the first woman member of Congress but I won't be the last. Ginette her time in Congress with a bang she was sworn in the same day that president. Woodrow Wilson called a special session to ask Congress to vote to go to war when she walked onto the floor she was greeted with. Cheers. But her popularity very quickly faded Ginette was pushed to vote in favor of the war by fellow suffragettes, friends and family who believed to vote for war would serve her political career and vote against the war would end it. But you net was nothing if not steadfast in her beliefs when she finally voted, she said I want to stand by my country but I cannot vote for war I vote no in response to the vote the Helena Independent, call Ginette dagger in the hands of the German propagandists a dupe of the Kaiser a member of the Hun. Army. In the United States and a crying schoolgirl still ginette continue to make her mark in office fighting for women's rights broadly. And for those issues, most important constituents she advocated for and served on the Committee on woman suffrage continually pushing for a national amendment to assure women the right to vote in an opening debate on the subject she said, how Shall We Answer Their Challenge Gentlemen how shall we explain to them the meaning of democracy if the same Congress voted for war to make the world safe for democracy refuses to give the small measure of democracy to the women of our country. After her first term Ginette decided against running for reelection and instead ran unsuccessfully for the US Senate. Race made it even clearer if it wasn't already abundantly. So the Ginette was a woman with strong convictions. When rumors spread that the Republican Party bribed her to withdraw from the Senate race Ginette decided to run as a third party candidate just to prove the rumors false after her loss. Janette continued her activism in Montana in Georgia where she purchased a farm nationally and internationally she lobbied for social welfare programs and against war. As the world headed for major conflict once again with the build up to World War Two. Ginette decided to return to politics in nineteen forty just before her sixtieth birthday she officially launched another congressional campaign upon her victory. She was one of seven women in Congress once again ginette quickly made waves due to her absolute dedication to pacifism. She tried unsuccessfully to force the president to ask for Congressional approval to send troops abroad. She then tried to pass a resolution to keep the US military in the Western Hemisphere that too failed even after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor when the vast majority of Americans were in favor of declaring war. Ginette. Determinedly opposed that position. She was the only person in the house who voted against the war resolution. She said as a woman I can't go to war and I refuse to send anyone else after her second term in. Congress. Came to a close genetic once again decided not to run for reelection. She spent the rest of her life in Montana and Georgia advocating for peace for the rest of her days on May. Eighteenth nineteen, seventy-three Ginette died. At the.
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"You grew up from my understanding in nineteen fifties sixties Liverpool. So can post war, which was also pretty interesting time and Liverpool. Yeah ours born in Nineteen fifty. In Liverpool. And was it was a? Is a city that had been devastated and the second world. War. In the middle of the nineteenth century, Liverpool was the probably the most important port in the world something like sixty percent of world trade what through the port of Liverpool side of empire. Realizes at much high to the British empire and it was the main point of entry for all the goods that were coming from the southern states to feed the the Mills of Lancashire. It was the hydrogen industrial revolution. So it was a huge import export trade. It was the of departure to the United States and also to far-flung parts. The Empire. If you had been around the pool in the. Mid To late nineteenth century defined this bustling port huge wealth great open parklands, magnificent houses, and know the metropolis Greg. Colton Center. When I was born in Nineteen fifty, it was none of that in the the docks were pretty much faltering the the passenger ships going from there anymore was international. Travel and empire collapsed so and battered by the lava. So we literally playing in bomb craters and in the austerity of Post War Britain wet food was rationed than we had. high levels of unemployment poverty I WANNA set in kids and. my dad had been unemployed for long time because of the situation generally unlivable. I Australia recently to my own kids about their life you know that that does children. You've no real. Grasp of what's going through your parents minds. That we took, we had a great childhood Safah's we're concerned we grew up playing in the streets of the full. we didn't have feel for. With every day only about a great family my dad was one of five kids. So we had. Lots of family on his side cousins and uncles. My Mom was one of Sutton in heck six girls and a boy she had giant fan found when we gather together, there were to be hundreds of his daughter actions and liberals very funny place I. REMEMBER GROWING UP A. Laugh in good times and but a call sweet new. Later on my parents, you know coping with only problems you have coming from, you know with unemployment and an economy there but they didn't let us know but. Did. You ever go back and and speak to them that what it was like for them that time curious. Yeah. Well, the thing is that. I was I was born nineteen fifty, a couple of things happened. the tech would be turning points. One was that. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, full, I got polio, which is. Endemic at the time there was A. Massive. International crisis around the spread of polio virus. So I called it around the time that Sulk came up with the vaccine. But not quite in time read. and. Until then my father was convinced, I was going to be the soccer player in the family. We grew right next auto evidence football ground, which is one of the main teams in countries. So he was convinced I was Gonna be the soccer player. So I was strong and fast and Anita, told me trauma had a great sense of Boll Control and he thought this is the one fan. My youngest brother Neil eventually went on to be professional soccer. Yeah, I'm played for evison. In fact, he my brother John were taken on by the team Neil persisted with John lack the life of it less. So yes, I got poed and that was Devastating. For the family members a kid you don't have a word I've devastating it is, but you can imagine now a spokesman about it. Later on, you can imagine your own four year old kid completely paralyze stretched out. Bad. Surrounded by sandbags, NICO overnight from being perfectly fit to being completely wiped out. And some kids didn't make it a total. So is in hospital for eight months when it came out on to braces and we will chat crutches and. I was tremendously cute. I have to say. Often, me money spontaneously in the street. So that was a big thing obviously for the whole family are seventy the only one in the whole family to get it So that was bad for them. A memoir of a friend of Mine God's. Cycle Colston rankin saved the day save is to Kensington this particular thing in the Standard on very well at his own haulage business. And my dad had been. A professional soccer player himself he'd. Run. PUBS. And have been very successful, but then the wall intervened and. he was being offered the to be the manager of this. Very successful pub, but he was then passed over by the brewers in favor of a well-known sock play who was looking to manage a pump. So. My Dad had to work a DACA long showman and. But there's whole period of unemployment than Stettin Christmases, looming and literally Christmas Eve. This guy stand rankin. Showed up at the highest where the become full of food. Tacky. Presents for us that hasn't been anything. There was just wondering how Christians tiny show with a tool. So ready for like a Father Christmas. Jonathan's exaggerated. Wasn't that we lived in abject poverty. But it was difficult for them. You know we. And we went as aware of it but but it was it was hard for them and then. In Nineteen fifty-nine. Madonna was back at work and had an industrial accident. He was what Mrs Stihler actor. And he broke his neck I'll he was Completely paralyzed. quadraplegic quadriplegic paralyzed from the neck down. To won't morning. This wooden beam they're working on fell thirty feet the rope snapped and broke his neck. Oh,
"rankin" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Good morning, everyone. Welcome to MOMS in real estate I am lagging for sure with my video. It's just that Kinda day today. Our guest is Monica Rankin. I'm so excited to talk with her. She's to talk about her transition from being a stately home mom moving into real estate and how she has plenty of time for rewarding career. But also is a great family mom I'm so excited to hear her. Let's get things started. Angela physio is an industry powerhouse who has overseen forty, thousand home sold and nine, billion in production and Kristin, Cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished team leaders helping thousands. Still, their businesses, they are passionate about Thursday. At Power Tate. Our next episode starts now. Everyone. Hi And you'RE GONNA have to be must've talking 'cause my videos for crap today. I could totally the beginning with lagging so. Tell us a little bit. Let's get the show started. Intel's a little bit about yourself. My Name's Monica again, and I am a wife been married eleven years. I have four daughters. I. Been in real estate for five years and prior to that, I was down for seven years. But I did work I worked from what now is in seventh grade all the way up. Until probably my daughter and then I worked on off. Sense. What made you decide to get into real estate? while. I am somebody who? Will like my hands in everything. So when I was a single mom of my first two daughters, I was gonNA. I decided to be a teacher. And went to school for that and I figured I'm seeing more on this is GonNa work of my schedule, and then I met my husband now and I'm like I'm wondering on MOMS I don't have to do this. So I decided to do hair I, want to hear school Starter, that career and my kids were just too small to be working on the weekends unlike. To get that parent business. Insider stopped working for the seven years and then my husband at the time he while he is still a lender. And My Dad's order and my dad like Yuban, not working for long enough giving up at eleven, Amas, just not gonna cut it anymore. Several years, I go get your license pay for it. So basically, he like went and got my license like sign mia paid for in I just went and I, love it. I mean I just I loved Ralston. I love being able to meet people on top of people when be part of that process. But that's how I got started my dad push me out there like you're going to do real estate, you can make a lot of. Good for you. And I? When I was eighteen, I graduated from High School and my dad said, you have the summer to go and get your wealthy license before college starts. In August, I was like, okay. Those same thing like my dad got me and terrell stay I went and got my birthday licensed just because he told me to. Offend ain't. I love that like I. think that. So many moms listening can relate with your story I. Want you to kind of talk about like what comes first to you and what your goals are in real estate because I feel like. You know everything that you share in my thoughts. I feel like everyone's GonNa, really relate while to. So. When it comes to real estate, my goals are to at least two one, Del, I'm not like in my mind like if I'm doing that's enough. Extra income. The bottom line is I abandoned married for eleven. Years Stay Homeland for seven. M has been is just like. The most supported person. So he just like whatever you WanNa, do you WanNa do is they do it a few quick tomorrow than click mark you don't WanNa work you don't have to work. If you WANNA do interior design, go do that like he just doesn't care in. He tells me you're killing it at everything you do. Oh, good job. So he feels me a lot of price for everything. Show Thrill State Fi do better than one month I'm excited. But that's just my goal because I do put being among I. So being among comes first being a good wife comes again, real estate comes in everything My husband is about winner and we do play those like old school roles, but I'm not old. But, I like that feeling of being able to know like, I, have him to support me in I can do what I love as opposed to being forced into a job that I just have to go to. And I'm more than happy to. Handle everything here and then he helps a lot with the kids. But what the hell stuff unlike I got it, I'll take care of everything you can just throw the trash And so for me, my kids always come first with all this covid staff, it's been. It's been really good because we have that ability to say, Hey, you're gonNA take care of the kids also go to in new award as it comes, but don't stress over like marketing yourself in trying to get extra business from other places when we don't have all that time right now with. Our kids home every day. No Angeles. Started online school without why she's lagging The. Computer this if I could say. What I want to say right now, you probably. It's you never. Built show. We. Haven't started school yet over here. I. Don't know how it's going to be my oldest daughter. She's a senior and chase started Monday but to the senior. So you. have to worry about anything comes to her like guy walked out of the started still today. Okay. She's like at her desk near during. Not, even all seniors would be like that on it, but you know my my son who's in highschool. He's he's fine. You know it's just the youngest to that are having all this coordination. Not My five year olds never even like really been on a computer so I'm like, okay. You have to type your username and password any read in. So I might just can see the letters but just walking in was hard and then I was I was upset yesterday because you know I'm sitting there with them in we plug in headphones in teachers on. There's all these kids and the kids are all muted and the teacher read like books for two hours I'm like. Okay, like I I. Don't want my kid just being talked all they weren't interacting and I'm like this sucks but. It's so hard i. feel terrible for the teachers too. Because most people I'm like I'm perfectly comfortable having this conversation. You know remotely I prefer in person, but some people they get in front of A. Computer camera in there like. Comfortable. So everyone's having a hard time I'm sure we are not the only one talking about this this week, but I feel bad for the teachers I feel bad for the students. It's just if it's just the way it is. You Know I. Didn't know how to cut and paste like we haven't figured that out. You know. There's upsides. There's left side. Yeah, we'll. Monica you'll. Will Win next week. While my older senator, she will start college and she just graduated. So she.
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"rankin" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"The. One guy that would go to exotic. It'd be Derek. Far from you guys as it is about an hour so okay so back to the bikes up, so you're onboard now Galley on board right I love it the only thing, the only problem I have got a taser. I went to the dealership. Just bike, dealership and I. Just bought the cheapest one that they had. Which I kind of factory rider. Cheapest one. They had hey. It is. X. L. Frame. It's an ex girlfriend, which is hard it. You don't go into biking. Say that. Xl, frames aren't aren't. They had one and it was a demo, so it's already got scratches and which absolutely hate. I mean maybe all upgrade soon i. don't know and I'll sell the bike to Jericho, but I'm not going to give them Erica. Derek Comex. Xl Frame so. Derek what about you? You been living in the house. Everybody, how's that been? How's the whole thing? And how crazy has forest been? Forced forces in the motorhome bumps off. We is okay support so. He's over at stadium in the motorhome. Kinney and those guys. Mike up a little bit closer if you can. I heard that there's a movie theater at this House. Twenty four seven slayer concerts, yes! Yes, so I could. Better, so okay, so, what's it like you Austin Burner Yeah? Sixteen People House. What like? Eight bedrooms, probably he's it really big cheese six feet. Movie Theater has bunk beds in and hard to recover. Brock is. and. So. Is it full kickout lazy? Boys Movie Theater big-screen screen the whole deal. Yeah, we had to fix the projector. The Guy didn't have the projector, but that's all dialed now, yeah! And we've been watching sire slayer pretty much and wrestling my very first day I was just chilling upstairs, and it was so loud in the house, and I was like. What are they doing and I go downstairs and Derek. Zoned into slayer concerts. And he's like. He's like you can't hear it upstairs right now it's. Like you! May. Know so that was it was just me him in the truck driver and I was like well. Breaker and Blake are going to be her soon so I gotta get to set my system, because I'm not going to have a theater and a house, not having been to a concert and probably five months now yeah, and not have concert. Just pictured Derek. I'm going to age myself here, but there's an old maxell maxell tape. Add the one yeah, the guys in the chair and the ED. That's Jericho slayer officer to sitting back on. Of the guys that wear the masks. Okay all right so slayers, just normal people. I mean. Let's be realistic. Pretty normal. Okay, all right. I'm not up on my stuff like that. Get tickets in the last layer tour I went to the last the second. Okay, this is kind of sucks. I went to the second to last show at the forum. Oh. I flew out there. I flew from okay to lax. went to the show. Drove back. To Lax. Slept in the baggage claim all the homeless people. That went back to okay, so you and I think he wrote the next day. I fly out in the morning. It was no. It was L-. Yeah, it was like four. AM or South okay. Yeah! I left the show at twelve zero. Never Got Hotel Man After we hard. Yeah, yeah, you're gangster. Talk about that because he stays. Yeah, but this was different. This was for slayer okay? For slayer! On right hold up, guys. The we're talking about the guy that flew to Australia to Metallica. Yeah, no, really Oh. Yeah! Didn't they not play though? It got canceled before I went, but The ticket and everything's nonrefundable and. Australia and I was meeting up with Jesse James. There was something else going on. There was a convention to there was something else goes concert. Dude, perfect storm! Off Purpose for a guy named Derek Rankin, but no one else in the world telecom was playing where they did the supercross race. In Melbourne. They were playing that so about tickets to the VIP all this cool stuff by yourself by the way this is what by herself. Jesse hadn't meeting Jesse there. Okay, so who's Jesse Jesse? James used to be the tail deer. So I was meeting with him there the there's two shows. It was Metallica with slipknot opening for them to. My favorite bands Van Halen for me and Mike. Yeah whatever. And Youtube. Or as a Tuesday show on a Thursday show, so I flew got Monday morning. And slop that whole day. But the two concerts ended up being cancelled but Wednesday night right in between those. WWE was in town. God Benny I. Mean This is just. If he had just died, you would have been okay. I get I. Get your life. Yeah, life is never going to get better. Through and been really nice knowing you. Still happened, but so basically I flew sixteen hours to see. A show could have seen him Birmingham. Show. Exactly. Man Thank you to fly racing racer x podcasts presented by rental Max's. Michael Antonovich many boss and Jericho here. Still get called lot. All the time, yeah! It's not Cherokee Derek. Derek. We call them Jericho on our show, so. He's in my phone is Derek. Derek Derek goes better it is. For sure I almost got him a shirt that Jericho. Yeah. He was trying hard. As I did. So all right so for people who don't know like you work for Justin Doggone team. Bogle took Benny spot on the team. You guys are trading partners that renards facility your buddies with your. Buddies Advani all of that bogle bumps Benny from the team. Bogo goes and gets a a couple of injuries concussions Benny comes back on the team. No wait it gets when bogus hurt he recommends Benny. Yes when to your no well. Recommended Bogle any recommended. Bogle when Benny got hurt. I mean you're right. Yeah, Christmas last Van, those and ride so well takes the right from Benny. Benny then Bogle gets hurt. That Iran national last year that was tense, no offense on Youtube, but watching you guys on the tracking that. What was it second Moto battling? So, then, we know what happened. I don't remember six months ago. Bogo bumps Benny from the team Benigo Ziama then, but we'll get hurt and benny comes back Derek Oh. Can You keep track any of this? Yes. How do you feel about all this? How were you? Where where's your mindset and all of this? I mean I like.
"rankin" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"That was great, even really fast I think the whole. Round wanted really notice you like whatever ads Benji whatever, but from Brown to on. Slowly building you get a qualified now look you what thirteen thirteen thirteen, but your speed was better at those first few rounds, and you deserve better you finally. You kind of showing it now like the break is helped you. Yeah, thank you. The first race was terrible. I was just playing out bad thirteenth. I basically I talked with burner last night and We figured out how to get thirteenth. Thirteen I crash I get thirteen I start last. I get thirteenth if I start. started up front so. Maybe I will get thirteen. What do you? Credit improved riding since we've been here. I. Know I've. I've been asked that a bunch. Okay I just I think I'm more comfortable on the bike maybe. I'm getting more comfortable with the dirt. I feel like my style really fits this dirt well. More like smooth rather than aggressive. Was it tougher than we saw us? Experts in the media where like Oh so you wrote from cycle trader team of course for this year and you jumped when Justice Bobo Got June. We'll get into that of course but. All of us like he rode the bike for a couple years. He'll jump in and be no problem. Bye, bye, it'd be no issue. Was it a tougher transition I mean? We only were on one race to one one one. Was it tougher transition than than you thought going back to the team in the bike, not at all okay? The, transition the other way was really weird. Really tell blue crew amazing so I get it, but. To, go. Getting the best in in the class would be an adjustment yes to. Know to go from like pretty much. A production Yamaha with like some good parts on. To the best bike in the class, the factory KTM is lake. I if you go to any factory bike from. Production by disagree. I. Know, so called Barsha ask him Oh your your. Your Dad. Jeff Maritime one of review pods. He's confused about podcasting. And where this voices go like he's confused with the whole process, but he got in, and we went to dinner with him I went to dinner with him like last week like he's gone home now, but your dad was a huge star here for a while a lot of thoughts on a lot of things. Yeah, he is electronially challenged. Yes, technically challenged is not have any of that, but what I did get from him. Was that the break? You're out there Robbie Arts Place Rodman Faulkner the break. He said you were maybe riding. The Best I mean obviously to dad, so he's biased, but he said you may maybe writing the best seen. Yeah, okay, so here's the thing. That you have to realize. Is that my whole life? He's been. I don't WanNa say it hasn't been positive. But like when I get good positive vibes from it's like. This is like Nice, and so basically from the break like he came down to Robbie's sauce, writing and me training and whatnot, and he's been so positive like this whole year. It's really been odd. I don't WanNa say od is good for our relationship. Yeah, it's been good. I enjoyed it. He's very stoked on. Many Anton the one thing about Jeff that I've kind of noticed. I could be wrong and you could tell me if I'm wrong. Never seems like Jeff oversteps a boundary when it comes to thanks negotiating on the best part of his kid overheard the boundary when he tried to karate. Kick me in the face person. Okay I feel like that was a boundary overstep on media member. Do anything to them. Nothing no came up and he likes to show off. He showed me in the parking lot when he kicked the top of the. Parking garage. Yeah came out of the bar and he gave me a kicked almost to the face. He can do to apparently Oh. Really Yeah I can do. I can't do the splits, but when just? When Jeff is feeling it. Yeah, he's had a good bit alcohol. You'll know if he does a split. He's he's A. Big Dude. So how much is a good bit alcohol? Don't know I don't know a good bit. I really thought we went to Ruth Chris. I really thought Jefferson Yeah. You got to take him to like slothful health. I thought he was thaw Scott this like fifteen hundred. He'll yeah teen bucks about. Cuts in? My Introduction Jeff was aid you. WanNa wear my rolex. Okay, now give it back. anyways. To a wedding with Jeff One time actually and I begged him I might just let me wear the Rolex just like you're not gonna go. Now nobody will believe that you actually have that. You'd probably. Not Wrong. Want to. Make them, think yeah, yeah, exactly, but now you've been writing well again. You know, but you had to be stoked. Heat race span was was huge. He had no the heat race was it was like I'm? I'd never been in that situation and. You know who knows what I'm going to have that opportunity again. Just like everything line and I'm like. And we're trying. Dino he must, he must have a good. He raised on. He was going for it and then. I cross jumped in which I felt bad about I think it was probably pretty bad and came into the next corner, so hot and I could hear him yelling. And I was like as soon as I. Got hoops on my. We're good. Derek I heard from another mechanic that Derek about like. I. Don't know if they said he was like folding it but. Guess you about brokers. Why. Did. This guy do that for four years now. But why break the PIT board? We'll get more okay. No he raised bonus for you though we were discussing that to know, he responded. DAMMIT! I had to feel really good and again. Look, you took Cunningham. You took out Brayden you're you're a menace out there? But for the most part you speak been great and you've been. You deserve better than thirteenth well, thank you first off I. did not take out Britain. I. Crashed into Britain. I didn't even try to hit him. I like you can just kept going. You know I just kind of hit him. That was bork you move. Like I don't know what you're thinking. There Dude, I'm trying to get the pass. You didn't have it. Bro, I tried. He would've had him in that rhythm I mean whenever you come from. Yeah, like half, attract in two labs. You're going to get them. I'd. Like. We had a nice talk me and for us after that and he's like like you gotta be more patient like. And but I'm sure at times Jericho enforced been like dude. You gotta be more aggressive Oh yeah! That's me all the. Screw these guys just beat the crap out of them. I don't care about him. I feel like since we've been here though like my son. My aggression level. Way above what it previously was. Yeah, I had some do. It's tell me they're like dude. It's a whole new Benji. Stay away from me the whole Benji. It's like. Benji was the family dog this Cujo? Wa- No. It's been good man for sure as it been super weird to be here and racing fans and nope. Nope, no Jericho on the line. No none of that like how weird is that experience been? I'm not a big fan of like the. How do the starting line thing like the flag? Better. Before flagging your spot four, I think they came up with the flags because there were some writers doing some funny business..
"rankin" Discussed on Turn Me On
"You're coming to us from the bay area. Are you down in San Francisco and San Francisco proper very cool? I just I so do I. It's such a beautiful city. It really is incredible city very special. Yeah you've been down. Been Down there for your life or am I was born north of here and then move down here for my Grad School program. So I've been here about ten years now I think. And your you said you went to Grad school there and that is for your current practice right correct. Yes Adam Masters in counseling psychology. So Keeley you are a sex and relationship coach relationship coach. Have you always? Is that what you wanted to be when you grew up? Did you know sort of I was deciding between I grew up riding horses and so I sort of always assumed I'd be a professional horse rider? Which is like saying. You're going to be a professional athlete. It's kind of a crazy statement to make as a six year old would actor something like that And so I had always planned on writing horses and I had a a class in college and my teacher was like well. If you weren't going to ride horses like what else do you think you'd do outside to talk about sex? It was one of the kids in high school that everyone would come to ask questions about sex. And I was giving tutorials on blowjobs at like fourteen and so you sort of end up discovering a lot of things about people and you learn a lot about sex early on when you're the person or the kid that everyone comes to you so when I decided not to become a professional horse rider went through a whole array of questions. What I wanted to do what I wanted my life to look like and I landed on like well I guess I should go back to of you know being a sex therapist And eventually landed in a sex coaching position. Wow I see. I don't I wouldn't even known that that job existed. I don't think probably until very recently probably within the last like I don't know ten years or so. Yeah it's EXP- it's exploded in the last ten years for sure and it sort of existed for like therapists for mostly holding that role of like talking about sexuality with their clients but what's happening is a lot of therapist didn't actually WanNa talk about sexuality with their clients. And so there'd be these sub specialties therapists. That would work around sexuality but yeah I just knew coming up the gate I was like I don't. I do enjoy talking about other things with clients of course at at this point but I always knew I wanted to focus on sexuality as captured my attention from as long as I can remember almost are just as much as the horses had. So it's wild to say you focus on sexuality because it it's like such a huge broad subject in itself it is a huge. John Norma's subject. It's like impossible to be a specialist in all the areas. Actually I believe one thing that I'm kind of dying to talk to you. About is the the whole take on premature ejaculation? Which have like a bit of a bit of like specialty in. Can you describe? Can you tell us first of all I WANNA? How does someone specialize in premature ejaculation? How does that come up? Yeah well actually. It's interesting because we started this conversation with you. Know How big of a topic sexuality really is. And so. When I started working with sexuality I was like okay. This is a huge topic. Where do I start? I don't want someone to shop in my office with all of these things and I'm like okay. Well I'm just going to pick one fake. That feels like it could have a certain amount of people coming in so I can get experience but not spanning the whole realm of of sexuality and I just sort of picked early on the wheel and wheel of fortune just fucking landed next to bankrupt. You've got premature ejaculation. Well very first sexual partners struggled with early ejaculation and so it was something I was really familiar with in my body and I knew what big component that was in the couple's experience and so I just sort of like jumped in and started working with a bunch of bunch bunch of men around early ejaculation and eventually found a sort of a five step system that works and if it's followed it's not like a pill you have to actually like learn how to do it like learning to do a handstand. But but I I've seen people who were you know suicidal and had moved home with their parents and given up on life and decided they were never going to date again comeback essentially from the dead and all because all because of earlier can. Can you just describe like I feel like probably most of the people listening an idea of what premature ejaculation consists of but like what would be considered within the realm of early ejaculation? So the way I talk about it with people is actually I normally say earlier just because it's happening earlier than you want it to a and normally talk about people is like. Do you feel like you have a sense of control around when you want to release so it. There can be this question of like if you're lasting ten minutes is that would that be early ejaculation? If you don't have control well if you're lasting ten minutes you probably feel like you have some sense of control but it's really this idea that as arousal moves in in a man's body asks he gets more and more turned on can he actually feel where he's at in terms of knowing like. Oh Yeah. I'm ready to move towards orgasm or no. I'm not quite ready yet. I WanNa sort of stay in this feeling. And you know what I've discovered. Is that for the men who struggle with early activation is like they have no idea. It's like they go from zero to orgasm in a blink of an eye without any actually any experience of the pleasure. It's pretty heartbreaking. Actually when I when I sit with a new client and I learned their story because they aren't having experience of sex being fun like they're having an experience of like going into it is really scary because they know they're going to have to do this thing that isn't GonNa go well and then in the middle of it. They're panicking because they don't. They're not enjoying it because they know what's coming. Which is this quick release and on the other side is a lot of disappointment in shame. Total ahead game. I I've been there. I've been in it like I. I have weird relationship too early ejaculation. Because I for sure it's like it's a crapshoot for me like sometimes I'll go into a sexual encounter and it will be you know I'll feel like Like tapped into some sort of some sort of like. It's always you know what I I I think. It is like As if I'm trying to read like hieroglyphs and some days I have the like the code reader the code reader and then some days. I don't and I don't have the Code Raider. It's like I go in and it's it is that like zero to one hundred and that that's one hundred might happen twenty minutes in or it might happen like the first whatever. Three minutes into the encounter. Then sometimes I feel like I have this full like I have this. I have this this ability to read and like I have this ability to read those hieroglyphs with the code reader. And I'm like no. Yeah this is cool in full control I can. This is like let's see how far we can take this. But I would say that's like it's like it's like a seventy thirty split. Their thirty being the like I feel like I'm reading into it right. Seventy being yeah. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah so oftentimes with. It's it's it's with new partners where where I'm I'm really bad at it but with like partner that I've had for a long time it's like okay. I got this. Yeah yes so two things one is that I normally tell people just in general like we want like your connection to your Roddick south to go the way that you would imagine it going about eighty percent of the time and there's just GonNa be twenty percent of the time where your body is not a light switch. It doesn't just perform because you decide right. Now is the time you want it to perform at eight o'clock at night after you've been at work all day sitting in a chair so we SORTA.
"rankin" Discussed on Turn Me On
"Hi baby all right. My love did that surprise you. Yeah well you know. We're we're talking. We're just having a normal conversation. Then all of a sudden you're right. It was premature right shirt. Oh Hey oh I see yeah. Well you know what? Maybe that's a good point today We dive head first into the topic of premature ejaculation with our guest. Keeley rankin. Yeah not of the famous famous rank and family different. Different Rankin But keely is a sex educator in sorry not sex educator. She's a sex therapist in San Francisco and her specialty is in a premature ejaculation. Which was I found really exciting to to talk to her about that because Premature ejaculation is something that I not. That is something that I struggle with because I definitely wouldn't say that at all but it's it's something that I've for sure have had experience with in my life and I've always kind of wondered what people could do to to help with that and She definitely dives dives in deep on that prize. Surprise it. Has You know it has so much to do. Sort of mindfulness. Practice has everything to do with like everything we always talk about on this show. It's so fascinating like breath and as yeah breath and and being present and observing sensations in your body and We had that conversation with her. We're we're recording this right now. On on Tuesday April fourteenth and yesterday we spoke with Keely and since we have I have been like down this rabbit hole of Of kinesthetic learning style she just briefly set it in in the conversation and I right at the moment. I can't remember the context but when she said that I was like kinesthetic I think I think I think that was her. I heard her if come from her mouth. I was like that is the experience of of like the physical sense of the like the physical physical sensations of the internal of. I don't know I wanNA say fine tuned Observation of your body and the more I went down this rabbit hole of what careers are good for kinesthetic learners and you know what does what does somatic Experience have to do with with kind of this path? I've already been on because we're trying to build like being yoga teacher and being actors and offs kind of stuff I was like. Oh my God this is. There's got to be I have I have. I'm one step away from from From googling the like what somatic sexuality is so. I'm going to show Matic Sexuality. That's gotta be a thing. Sure I mean I don't see why not. Are you looking it up right now? I'm looking at right now. So Matic Sex Education. There you go there you go. Well Fuck Dave what are we? What are we find a guest who could Come on the show and talk about that. That would be really interesting. I I well. I'm bookmark in all of these links. Right now Yeah I feel I feel you know it's funny like talking to Keeley made me. It made me actually kind of a little bit sad Because it made me the more I think about sex in any way the more the more I I the more I realize how I think I think. I view the world through a lens of sexuality like like the majority of the time of my life sex and laughter like those are the two like lenses that I see the world through. I'm fucking pervert and I am and I and I can't take anything seriously like that. That's basically my life in a nutshell. You know the the laughter part the latter part of life is is like is so great for this current situation that we're in because it's a it's a great way to It's a great way to pass the time you know. It's a great way to find distraction. It's a great way to. It's a big part of my work. So it's like it's it's I spend a lot of time thinking about things that In various make me laugh. And it's been a godsend for like this corn time because I'm finding I'm spending much more time thinking about that sort of thing and focusing on that To kind of get through this hump but then the sexual side of myself is like it's like it's it's putting a magnifying glass on this on this like quarantine thing in a way that I find it. It's really hard for me to To mentally like wrap my head around or think about sexuality even even like to sit down and record these podcasts. I'm like I'm I'm like you know I'm sitting here before we record or like a couple of days before we record and thinking of of Directions. We can take our foreplay conversations. And I'm just like it. I get really sad or like bombed out because I'm reminded About how long? It's going to be before before I have any sort of physical contact with anyone and that conversation with keely really like amplified that because a lot of the work that we a lot of the work that she talked about in in specifically in in like trying to combat premature ejaculation. Which I you know. After she she went through it. I was like man. This is this isn't just for people who who ejaculate early like this is quality advice for any buddy who is sexual. You know like like doesn't matter if you're a person with a pianist personal vagina like it doesn't matter who you are or what you identify as or what. Your issues are like all the things she was talking about. We're like really valuable valuable lessons for a lover right. And so after that conversation with rose thinking a lot about the things that she had said and I just got so fucking bombed out. Because I was like I was par. Parsh- part of me was like excited to apply those techniques to my lovemaking but then this other part of me was like being reminded that like dude. You'RE NOT GONNA you're not you're not gonNA make fuck for a very long time and that's like I think the H- that is literally I and this might sound really fucking silly to a lot of people listening but I honestly think that's the hardest part about this entire thing for me right now. I have a challenge for you. Okay I will take I am. I am wide open. You know how we just recorded a bunch of episodes about next year. I know I know you're going with this. Embeka said the same fucking thing which was like. Yeah Okay Yeah right what I cut you off explain. Just explain in case anyone's tuning in for the very first time. Explain what you're talking about. Okay so we. We did a few episodes in a row that happened. To mention our guests had happened to have had a year of celibacy in their lives as something that spoke about and You Know Sometimes. And for the most part it was intentional celibacy. It was yeah it was people you know what I decided to take one year off of sex and to at least it seemed like everyone who said that out of the fucking group of people that we talked to and none of them knew each other which was really bizarre that they all just happen to think. I think it's an L. A. Thing. I think it's like I take oat milk in my law taste now and I don't have sex this year But but at the I think the reason why they were all doing it was because they wanted to have a different outlook on what sex meant like how sex played a role in their life. You know like to change their to just explore what their perspective on sex and what it means to them or at least that's what I got from Annabel. It also seemed to be true that some people were intentionally taking a break from like sex show like relationships and dating and sacks and and it became a year. You know. It wasn't necessarily that it set out to be that but it became that and I don't know I'm a big believer in Synchronicity and and you know different things coming into our sphere at specific times to sort of mentally prepare us. Just maybe wonder if if You know 'cause even if it was maybe it's only going to be a matter of months you know but what. What if you made it really intentional near like Actually Gonna? I'M GONNA put a goal on this. Yeah Right Okay. So so he so. Let me I'm with you. I'm with you all right. I'm with you here but let me just say no. No no no no I like. I said I'm wide open but let's let's spitball here if I decided to do that. I think that it would go without saying that. I would also I would also need to practice celibacy from from like masturbation as well like for like full-on. Selbe I don't think that's good for your prostate my prostate with the dude microstates. Fine I I'm not gonNA live long enough to have fucking prostate issues. Okay and if I do then that great good content for sick boy. So so if I didn't if I didn't get myself off at all. Here's my thing. Here's my thing. Does this does if I did that with? This also mean no like skype sex or facetime text is that yeah so then what so. What does Becca do right? Yeah do I have to throw this on her too? Well no I mean I guess she she she can get it elsewhere. You guys go. Yeah you'd have to negotiate your own your own take on that. I wouldn't want to be involved conversation but you can right into the show for advice and I'll and I'll give you my my true thoughts on it. No I mean yeah true. That's fair. I mean it's not super convenient. It's not a super comedian option. Some people don't have a choice I it's one thing to do that while you're single but then do that in a relationship again. I'm not I'm not against it. I'm not against it but it's it's the it's It like all things in the world of like relationships it's complicated Especially like in in our world. But you know it's I when you say it when you bring it up because I I the reason I reacted as soon as you're bringing it up is because I've already fucking I've already went there. I've already thought about this. I have been thinking about this and I think about it too like like about taking time off drinking you know like what if I just stopped. What if I didn't drink if I didn't have a drop of alcohol for like you know a full month? Which very doable. I'm sure I could do it. No problem But I I just I like it too much so I got my favorite's not like favorite way and I want to. Yeah I want to I just want to. I WANNA drink like I'm drinking a beer right now as we speak right. I you know and I wanna I wanNA I WANNA COME. I love coming. I'm coming right now as we speak Well okay so.
"rankin" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"Your Next Big Idea" Week
"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.
The COVID-19 crisis is making the internet more available
"Millions of people and more every day are working from home or learning from home during the corona virus outbreak. And that means we need the internet now more than ever Wi fi virtual private networks to connect securely to work broadband cellular connections so is our digital infrastructure up to the task and how can companies and even cities prepare for such a massive unplanned experiment. Jonathan Rankin tall is the former chief information officer. For the city of Palo Alto California. He says there's enough infrastructure but it isn't always evenly distributed there is available bandwidth in the US the big telcos of builds some significant infrastructure across the country. What we're going to have to see is communities. Get access to that broadband. They're still in the United States. Nineteen million people who don't have access to broadband in part of the problem is it can be a little expensive for for many homes and also just some communities. Don't have the prerequisite technology in place. So maybe having millions of Americans all of a sudden do remote work. It's going to act as a strong encouragement for government intervention more spending and for the Telco companies to also step up as well where they're still got right and we have seen even just in the last few days companies say that they're going to drop data caps that they're going to increase speeds for lower income users is going to be any going back after that. I think we're GONNA have a lot of questions I mean. I hope people to wash their hands after this event is over. These are good behaviors and we need to continue them. Some of our experience suggests that if we get over this we may go back to our old routine and all the wonderful things that the private sector's doing to step up right now. Dr. Mayo resort to the way we've been doing things. I don't know the answer to that. You know it'll depend how things really start to progress over the next few weeks I think if it's long term which I certainly hope not people will get used to it and there might be a greater inclination to to keep it in place or perhaps offer access to lower income communities providing them with reduced course and more access as we see more people effectively adopting remote work because it works right like. Do you think this is the moment when we will all say? Oh Hey turns out? The Internet really is a utility. Well I think we'd all agree now that the Internet is magical. It's absolutely magical me liquid. It's enabling us to not only have millions and millions of workers all over the world work from home but it's allowing scientists to collaborate in a speed that we've never seen before collaborating on vaccines sharing information between science organizations and governments and working on the medicine so the Internet you know we have to say is is quite a magical platform for humanity right. Let's talk about security for a bit. What do companies have to do? I mean some companies work with very sensitive information and require people to be offsite even to onsite to access it. What can they do? There's gotta be continual investment in Cybersecurity. This is not a you. Write a check once and you're good to go. You got to build a little department depending on the size of organization immature big airline company or a bank. You're going to have a huge security organization and you're going to be investing likely hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars a year in keeping the security good so on the enterprise side for sure absolutely for sure. The costs are high in their continuing. To increase on the home side. Does enough low cost tools. I mean there's actually a handful of VPN software that a home user can console that's free and then there's some premium services that are relatively low cost so if you got VPN some backup software. Antivirus and anti malware. You're you're in good shape you know in the twenty first century. Don't we can guarantee that you're going to have absolute security. This is something we're going to have to live with and fight for a longtime Jonathan. Rankin tall is the former chief information officer for the city of Palo Alto California. He also wrote the book smarter cities for Dummies when it comes to the digital divide and making sure everyone has access to the magic some. Isp's are stepping up. Spectrum is offering sixty days of free access to homes WHO HAVE KIDS IN K. Through twelve or college students if they don't already have it comcast says it's doing the same for low income households in its service areas
The Walmart Haul Episode
"All right. We're GONNA jump right in. It's a Walmart Hall. Which means we have lots of products that are ready to be chewed and sipped and swallowed starting with the above all of the above. Not necessarily in that order. But first we have tiller and hatch pressure cooker meals chicken Tortilla Stu so basically these are frozen bags of food items that you throw a pressure cooker or these days. We know it as an instant pot and so it's already made so he just throw the what the contents of the bag into the pressure cooker and IT COOKS UP PRETTY QUICKLY. So this one says only gives you stove top directions to which is nice. I had this. Oh you add water to the pressure cooker. Then you add the sauce than the rest five minutes and then when the timer goes off wheat four minutes. This is basically a nine minute meal. But then but you do have to heat up. Depressurize your pressure cooker. So I wonder if it's really quicker than using stove-top but well I don't know but I'm interested to try it because one cup has one hundred ninety calories four grams of fat and four smartphones points. I know you've got that fast because I'm starving fun and have lunch. Mike is not eat lunch. He's about to chew on Jamie's hand but now we're going to try this. It looks very soupy but this is a chicken stew that was made in a pressure cooker. Or in a I'd like you pass Utensil. Thank you so much wonder. What the origins of the word like Stu like as far as you know what you're doing that's STU maybe names to studio originally it make sense doing it Well it's really good. All right that chicken. This tastes like homemade. Mom's chicken suit and there's corn in it. It's very mild but it's flavorful. This is really great. Comfort food totaling. I love that it's not too salty. Yeah what's sodium? Like on six sixty for a cup so it's not low but let's put that over cauliflower. Rice I love. It was like chicken tortilla soup but with corn beans. Yeah so it's really delicious. It's unexpectedly tasty. We're off to a good start. Okay next up. The product is called mighty spark all natural premium cuts of chicken PROSCIUTTO WITH TOMATO. Basil and garlic seasoned ground chicken so this is basically whereas the packaging of that. Is it a It looks like you buy it in. Like the butcher section where you would buy like genealogy so it's ground chicken smells so good smell it. That's already been flavored. We just throw it in my rankin. Who's probably with like Marinara sauce or something? Who took a big hunk of that? Yeah probably but it already has like what's in it seasoned Rochetta Wise. It's tomato Basil Garlic That's really I love that you don't like about it. It's a little different like sometimes we do the shortcut thing where we Italian seasoning. This doesn't hit you over the head in the same way. Like you really taste the basil or things. He's so good you're probably instead of making ground meat out of it you can do like a meatball or something or Turkey ball. Yeah yeah or like a really fun Burger. I love that. Like sometimes they'll name it something like Bouchette and then you taste it. And you're like they should've just called it tomato garlic. I like that really delivers on the shuttle flavor. Absolutely it does and four ounces. One hundred sixty calories eight grams of fat for smart points to for to that is excellent. All right next up. We have hunts chilly kit. Just add meat. Ready in twenty minutes. So it's brought to you by. Hunts the people make ketchup? You know the people who make the the other ketchup. And it's a chilly kit. So this is a little bit. It's a smart thing you it's ready in twenty minutes you everything you need. Except for the ground meat of choice we decided to make it with extra lean ground beef and as it is without the beef or any of the meat. Three quarters of a cup is one hundred calories no fat and three smart points as package so it has like the little tomato the sauce and the beans. So we're GONNA try it already semi seasoning. I think That everything I've rhythm Kinda tastes like catcher. I was GONNA say days like they're less good ketchup. I kind of was I. Wish hines me this. What did hunt do before they did? They just automatically become tiniest competition or they have something else besides the ketchup tomato people. Yeah think they do a lot of tomato? This is not an this is not the. It's good but it's not great. It's a little like sour acidic facing. I think it might be good for kids for effort forever not forever viral with that. Yeah I don't know anyway. Let's move on next one. I'm kind of excited about because I saw this as I went up to the kitchen. And the back. They were prepping. It see cuisine smart indulgences Tortilla crusted. Wild Alaska pollock. I would say Alaskan but it's called the Alaska pollock. I guess and the thing is I think seek was in listened to us or took our idea and ran with it but basically we have made a Tortilla in crusted chicken. This is a Tortilla incrusted. Pollock which I didn't realize anyone ever called anything pollick. I thought pollock was just like fake crab the other white meat even the other whitefish before you tasted the story with C. Cuisine. They're the ones that made the salmon that we didn't like didn't they? Make one thing we liked and one thing we know I think this is like their redemption. I love it. You know what I like about it. It's like soap crispy and crunchy so it's Each belay has two hundred and forty calories. Six grams of fat seven smartphones. That's really tasty. That's like the best fish on the planet it is. It does taste like a fish. Stick to air. Fox did we airfreight or BEGA. How do we do it? I bet we have tortilla crested wild Alaska Pollack with smart ingredients. Oh Yeah do you see all the different things that goes on the cross. Yeah we named him so they are Yellow Corn Black Bean Jalapeno Chili tomato lime cumin Cilantro. Paprika they did not dial it in. I want more of that. It's Great Roy. Wheels aren't turning when the cameras. There are no cameras but when when the audio wasn't rolling I'll be eating more about if we had cameras rolling. Do you think we would do our little dance. In the beginning of the episode with the Music Lisa kind of has like a like a ninety s like Humpty Hump kind of thing. I don't have it. I don't know what you're no. No you did this did that. Jamie Jamie Shuffle. Bought my head your head. Okay all right. We should have cameras rolling. Okay moving on. This is an exciting product for a knife. I WANNA cut these. This is fun because I grew up as a white castle fan. I'm a New Yorker. My Dad and I like if we were sometimes alone on father's Day I don't know why we would be but a couple of years I remember. We went to white castle father's day when was like seven. I don't know where my mom and my siblings were. But we were there now. They're making Vegan White Castle. Black beans sliders stats are incredible but little little side. Note here about me. Because I'm from the West Coast. I've never been to white castle. The only white castle I know of is the frozen white castle.
Trump's story about veteran's comeback was not quite true
"At his state of the union address on February fourth president Donald Trump said this of army veteran and invited guests Tony Rankin's he was homeless but then Tony he found a construction company that invested opportunities owns the opportunities owns program passed as part of trump's twenty seventeen tax overhaul it offers tax breaks for investors who put money into poor neighborhoods designated by the treasury department however the job site were rankings worked in Nashville two years ago wasn't part of the program and the company he works for our investments actually taps the work opportunity tax credit that was passed in nineteen ninety six when Bill Clinton was president Mike Rossi up Washington
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Trump's State of the Union guests include wounded veteran
"State of the union addresses Tuesday night a tri state man who's been through the valley and in the shadows we'll be there an army that who lives in Cincinnati is going to be a guest of president trump's during the state of the union address Tuesday night the Enquirer reports that Tony Rankin's battled PTSD and addiction after his tour in Afghanistan he lived out of his car ended up in prison but the construction worker is now a success story employed in an opportunities own created by the president's
Amy Aronson, Author of the New Book "Crystal Eastman: A Revolutionary Life"
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with amy. aaronson author of the New Book Crystal Eastman. A revolutionary revolutionary life. And if you haven't heard of Crystal Eastman you're probably not alone. She was one of the Most Progressive Communists of early twentieth century and she was also branded. The most dangerous woman. In America Crystal Eastman was an uncompromising feminist. She was also an early advocate for workers rights and a self branded socialist and anti militarist militarist. The two other important facts about crystal Eastman's life. She helped to write the equal rights amendment crystal Eastman was also the CO founder of the ACLU. So one of my very first questions about crystal Eastman's life is why she faded from history. Why there's so little information about her? So here is author Amy Eareckson explaining why she thinks that is. I think the main reason that crystal Eastman has kind of disappeared from or is obscure in historical record is because of what really was kind of intersectional mindset an intersectional outlook in her activism. What I mean by that is that Eastman Smith involved herself in multiple movements in many of the major social movements of the twentieth century and believed that they were all all linked together and worked throughout her career to try to link them together all under one kind of vast emancipatory rubric? She she believed saved and she she recognized that there you know there were. There were commonalities. Among various forms of oppression and she she tried tried to kind of straddle multiple movements and bring them together in order to combat. You know all of those common sources of oppression and inequality At once so she spent a lot of time talking about socialism anti imperialism and also you know maternity and maternal ism with feminists earnest's. She spent a lot of time talking about feminism and pacifism with Socialists and with revolutionaries and one of the outcomes outcomes of this was that Eastman always seemed to be kind of straddling so many different movements at once that her voice often it seemed insurgent or challenging from within each individual movement. Many of her colleagues felt that they weren't sure where she stood because she was trying to straddle so many different movements at once because when she talked to save feminists about socialism. It seemed like a challenge from within. Yes in and so. This cut complicated her status and her stature within the the movements that she was affiliated with within the movements that that she she built her life on at the same time as her radicalism and her activism challenged her standing in the more mainstream same political and social environments where she was radical so she was already challenging to more mainstream views but because of that she you know she needed needed stronger a stronger sense of belonging I think clearer sense of standing within the protest movements the leftist movements that she collectively saw as her political home. And so what happened was she. You know kind of fell through the planks of history. She fell to the planks of historical. Memory she we didn't have clear consistent connections with organizations With a single organization right or a single 'cause she didn't have clear and consistent alliances this is or relationships to various mentors. who were recognized the things that that signal stature and make someone intelligible and make someone visible double in historical memory? She kind of challenged complicated at every turn and precisely because she you know tried to connect them All to a larger vision of change that they all shared and so in some ways it was kind of I think a tragic irony that her her inclusive vision seem to divide people and seem to divide people's loyalties but in other ways it's also kind of a fascinating story of how we tell stories as how and why we remember people that I think has a lot to tell us about our current intersectional environment for forming coalitions to pursue the same social change that she and others have been pursuing for a century. You know in counting so is it over simplistic to say that. She was possibly a victim of her own own prolificacy like she was so prolific involved in so many movements that she wasn't known for single thing or was it that and making some hostility because she was seen as kind kind of an insurgent and lots of these movements. I wouldn't say hostility but I would say that you know. She challenged people. She challenged. Organizational hierarchies and in leadership at you know in various organizations and so there were some leaders She had quite a run in with Alice. Paul for example Particularly after the vote was one John when the militant wing of the women's movement the National Women's Party was starting to figure out. Okay what comes next. It was in that period before the rise of the Equal Rights Amendment Amendment nineteen twenty-three that they were you know searching for okay. What's our next approach and Eastman wanted a very intersectional kind of transnational feminist movement and Paul wanted a much more focused targeted women's campaign? Just much like the you know. The suffrage movement that they had just successfully completed pleaded so for some leaders. There was that you know that sense that they were being challenged from a colleague For others it was the fact that you're kind of intersectional perspective active As well as her movement to the left after the Russian revolution seemed to radical and seemed to push the organizations that she was associated with in more radical directions than many of the progressive leaders in those organizations were comfortable. That's unfortunate you know. She reminds me of reading her story. And you know kind of the motion all day of it. And the Ark of her life. She reminds me of not Elizabeth Rankin but there. I can't believe I can't remember a name. The very first woman who ran for president. who was ooh Toria woodhall awesome? She's scared the crap out of people what it's just something about her demeanor. It's hard to tell from a book you know but just something about it. Just kind of reminds me of that similar kind of radical woman radical feminist. Get around that time. And you know crystal was just unafraid. she was so bold and she. She asserted her freedom. She really you know she. She claimed a freedom and claimed a world that even while she was trying to create it so she was an in kind of a kind of a real sense woman ahead of herself or ahead of her time. You know I know. That's kind of a cliche as historians. You know we're we're not really supposed to say that What struck me about her early on? You know what would I I think stuck with me From my graduate school days till almost twenty years later when I finally you know sat down to to try to write the book was the sense of a woman who was just calling ahead of herself and you know and in envisioning and reaching four And you know and actively demanding and trying to live live in a world that was much closer to mine than it was to hers. And you know I found that's just so compelling it's visionary I think she was a gripping person go find her story gripping because of that right she had some really really progressive stances and you know you mentioned a few feminism and she was also I think a socialist. She called herself a socialist right. Yes and she was four reproductive rights. Yes very much. So why was she branded. I WanNa go through the historical arch- of her life a bit later. But why does she branded the most dangerous woman in America. Well I need most of those claims about who came in her. Most radical or revolutionary period after the Russian revolution revolution in nineteen seventeen. She and her brother Maxi sman much better known than she is a radical writer and editor of the Masses magazine. The two of them together published the Liberator magazine which started in Nineteen Eighteen Shortly after the Russian revolution and it was called the Journal of Revolutionary Progress and it became very quickly the kind of center of reporting and information about revolutionary movements worldwide in connection with that period in her politics. Um which I can explain to you a little bit how. She kinda volved into that radicalism from her more progressive earlier activism in connection with that. She took very forthright arthritis very bold. Very outspoken stances in favor of the Bolsheviks and herself traveled to communist Hungary and she was the first the American reporter to do that and reported very enthusiastically at least initially about her hopes that the a similar revolution would come to the United States and would indeed sweep the world would become a global revolutionary movement. And of course this you know this kind of radicalism. She was not alone in it particularly on the left after the Russian revolution many colleagues from a number of different movements also celebrated revolution however You know it still was. That was not a mainstream extreme view. You know even on the left it was not a mainstream view was a radical view and It was very threatening to people especially in the the body of a woman and the voice voice of someone who was so afraid to speak about it. And the voice of someone who had such stature in more mainstream political political movements and more mainstream political
Kemp Pushes Teacher Pay Raise in Georgia State of the State
"The governor uses his state of the state address to reiterate the importance of education here in Georgia we at G. eighty side thank you thank you thank you governor George association of educators president Charlotte Booker thrilled with governor Rankin's promise to give teachers a two thousand dollar pay raise totaling five thousand dollars over two years this raise will continue to enhance retention rates boost recruitment numbers in improve educational outcomes in schools throughout your Democrats re the rays will take away money from other school programs to find
Gov. Kemp’s State Of The State Address, $2K Raise For Teachers
"Up state political news big news for Georgia teachers first and governor camp second state of the state address which he delivered today we at G. eighty side thank you thank you thank you governor George association of educators president Charlotte Booker thrilled with governor Rankin's promise to give teachers a two thousand dollar pay raise totaling five thousand dollars over two years this raise will continue to enhance retention rates boost recruitment numbers in improved educational outcomes in schools throughout your Democrats read the rays will take away money from other school programs to find it from the state capitol center parish ninety five point five
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"One when CBS acquired the broadcast rights. The network has run it every every year. Since as it turns out the Rudolph Special. We all grew up with is not entirely the same one that originally aired over fifty years ago there are several different versions of the program that have aired on television and have been released on home video in fact the original broadcast asked of Rudolph was the only time that version ever aired the following year. A significant change was made to the end of the special originally. The fate of the sad lonely playthings on the island of misfit toys was left unanswered as the story goes and B. C. C. N. g. e. were bombarded with letters asking what happened to those misfit toys so in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. A new scene was created with Santa and Rudolph making a pit stop on the island to pick up the toys which I guess left poor King Moon Racer all alone and thanks a lot Santa. That wasn't the only change made for the program. Second airing the song. We're a couple of misfits was replaced by a new song titled Fame and Fortune Over over the years. Various versions of Rudolph have aired mostly with cuts and edits meant to increase. The time allotted for more commercial breaks. Another change ain't from the original concerns prospector Yukon. Cornelius during the show. He throws his pickaxe into the air. After it lands he picks it up and licks it. Y well in the original broadcast we learned that Yukon Cornelius was searching for peppermint which actually finds near the end of the show as of this recording the most complete version of Rudolph the red nosed reindeer is on the freeform cable channel as part of the channels twenty five days of Christmas. Line up there airing a version of Rudolph that reinstates much of the material cut from the CBS version that has run for decades. This free form cut includes as the original where a couple of benefit song and the peppermint seen with Yukon Cornelius over the years this perennial holiday. Broadcast has only only grown in popularity amazingly though for the first couple of decades after it began airing. The only merchandising tie in for the show was the soundtrack which actually earned gold record certification back in two thousand and four of course now. There's an abominable amount of rudolf merchandise out there from in Christmas ornaments to funk Oh pops to plush toys to board games too. Yes even the misfit toys Dolly who according to Arthur rankin himself itself suffered from low self esteem as us. No I'm not joking. And yes we feel your pain Dolly. There were also sequels in December of nineteen seventy eighty six Rudolph's shiny New Year premiered. Best as I can tell Baby New Year is missing in Santa. Wants to find the baby and they meet father time. And there's a mean vulture during a whale named big band and I may have dreamt all that after eating an entire box of barbecue. Beef hot pockets after midnight. I'm not sure but anyway. Rudolph would would make one final official appearance in a Rankin Bass production in nineteen seventy nine with the theatrical release of Rudolph and frosty Christmas in July the iconic pair team up to prevent an evil wizard named King Winter Bolt from turning the earth into a giant snowball. It it did not do well at the box office. Let's just say fortunately both Rudolph's Shiny New Year and Christmas in July are available to rent on most streaming services. If you're you're so inclined also if you know more about Rudolph or the history of Rankin Bass I highly.
Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp
"Now I know both of you are all about encouraging the voice tech world to think beyond whether music why do you think. The voice channel is underutilized in spite of the exploding adoption and Sunday. Start with you. I think the basic reason here is this. Particular Channel is still clearing that you glazed brands to brands ousted. Lot really last. This particular channel to engage with the customers veto to their customers in a meaningful manner which again brings gloves to the question. As to why are they not using the journal would effectively which we believe in this basically comes from interaction what action with a number of prospects and planes that have been working with right. I think it boils down to three things. One is. People are obeyed off off the exploding adoption of ways and smart speakers and You know the numbers are published regularly. But this didn't understand as to what is the use case that they can today the loss lack of education especially when the decision because as to how they can meaningfully engaged with the second Christian that the always face redoubt prospects and customers Hobie blue that skill or election exists somehow been only I believe that if they have say still have to market but some of that doesn't do for the voice skills our actions that they have still not able what do we aligned with the fact that that would also require a marketing make glove air in and there is an action awful brand with that that you can get into things and last but not least is the vision of Ottawa Everyone says okay. If you do this what is the auto identikit. And because of the spill Waverley as merely. Don't have a lot of the Matrix two pools that okay. This is what okay your customer kicks. Rabin Please Bay explicit all your amd market your brand of interest would increase planes and so on and so I think education and the understanding about marketing. His skills in action is also part of creating these things and the absence of metrics on three things instead. I believe that brands are not really placing the battalion. The Nicholas you know one more part to be added to that if you really look at that Voices relatively new. Oh and boys get be heavily utilized once you know part of our day to day life credit union. Now if you really look at that There is a slight I changing day. Track to scrape. That happens with the venue started jumping into the computer and the mobile revolution. Everything ready you know it all recurred. Some 'em I'm on the behavioral change to adopt that New China. I think over time everybody want offer all that our customers would be more comfortable to ask. Coast into this Dubai's these days. We know that we can get a lot of answers from Alexa Google home but you know how do you make it or activity that is adoption. It takes some time and but over the time you get better with that and more comfortable with that. That is a time we will have a lot of utility use cases can be easily deployed. You Oh you walk into your home and say you know what my next utility bills to pay or you ask your You know smart do is when is my how many more days for my vacation and when is my mortgage I believe do right. You know all these and be really comfortably asked it. Takes some behavioral changes for me matter of time to exploit and it is happening slowly and the the product British on. Yeah I think all the points both of you made are very true. I think that we're seeing that quite often. So what are some real use cases that brands can explore floor. That maybe they haven't thought of and can you share some of the interesting use cases you're dealing with large clients around the world. I think we have been grateful to look on pretty forward looking use cases when somebody nights claims across the blue out example Bank in Singapore and this is pretty large bank one hundred ninety billion dollars in assets under management stock use case we want to build a basic prisons on Weiss Sunderland. They prefer better weekly. You would be surprised to know even though Alexa Command sixty five percent of the market in the US in exactly clearly diverse in Southeast Asia in Southeast Asia in metrics dating attorney wasn't at the market is a group to Google the order to create a basic results me see basic prisons. It's almost like a of ABC's like information on the way center. So for example can warm and get all the information about the bankable Kabila Offerings that leadership their contact details and so on and so forth disbanding That's this doctor. And now they're talking about much. Water use is talking about the fact and they haven't glue uses the relationship. Managers can use screwing home to get a quick update. It'll be morning only media marketing the ruler so that they're really radi calls from the clients and is one of the next thing is Abo- They execute is able to get phonics. Lead it's to keep from being marketed in the day basking legal on this and it gets really extreme end market looses. These not only in good talking about. How can they have customers? Noel Skaters it does is basking Speakers and this mechanism of connecting Abandoned Las Vegas. Vu Editing bus entire so these are the use cases with victory and a very diverse industry and a surprising industry which is experimenting very very much with the voice technologies divine in spirits industry so reworking California based UELI richest probably buying in certain things and we answered also survey luxury working. And you're not that skill in the next fifteen was nearest. He's so what they are trying to do. is obviously to have a basic business with the leaders of the minority and the story behind the vanity and their products on this panel the tunnel when they went a couple of steps ahead and say I won't be Oscar. Excel as to wade. They can find a stool. Nia Dave's gold H Rankin just ask Alex. Tell me what can pick the next visit right and they should be able to locate a stool near the another very interesting use case that they are doing is can push a discount coupon to this particular channel which can be sent across immediately to League which they can be more to come a dependency of interesting use kids which I think sooner or later would be something that every detail it would retain because this becomes the Gus Waiting to see
"rankin" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"rankin" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"When you are fully self actualized where you're living living your life free of fear free of limiting beliefs and self sabotaging behavior savior pre of anything that's holding you back from living your full purpose fully he expressed in the divinity that you are so let yourself follow that mccollum of colored light and it's going to deliver you outside of the residents of your future self. Just let yourself come down to Earth. Notice swear are you. Where on Earth is the light leading you. Where do you live. Uh What town are you in to let the light deposit you right outside of your residence. They look around the environment look like are you in a city met lots of buildings Is there a lake coin ocean forest so maybe there's mountains or meadows or suburban. St You let your senses experienced. This place smell. The smells you listen to the sounds If there's a breeze what's the temperature like from around new Theodore your it's the door tear. Residence can go knock on it when the door we're open your future self will open the door and welcome you with a hug so in a warm greeting. Your future self is so happy to see you. There's so much to say so much to teach so many lessons learned so much wisdom infinite lab notice your your future self is wearing. What do you look like. How are you different. Your your future self wants to show you around. Look around the home start in the bedroom place where you sleep does their view alchemy ep a bathroom Can you closet anybody else there with you to someone else sleep in that room. Are there other closed. That aren't yours art on the walls. Get a sense for that veteran walk down the hall. Are there other bedrooms. Maybe there are children children. Maybe there's a guest house guest room Maybe there's a place for your parents. Pecan the room see if there are others. Maybe there's Tim are Yoga Room your meditation space. Maybe there's some art studio go into the kitchen so they're tightening room who eats their dinner parties. Look around the kitchen open the refrigerator. What are you eating then then. Go down the hall. There's a Home Office. Let yourself into the Home Office. Look around. This is the place where you do your life's work the part when you're here at home and maybe another office somewhere else. There's a computer. Maybe there's diplomas on the wall awards that you've won photos of you and other people you've worked with people people you've helped people who've helped you this room full full of evidence what is happening in your professional life so explore it carefully hints of where you will be to back down the hall conceived. There's a backyard we're back. We're back patio Maybe they're stable. Maybe there's a pool or hot tub and then come back inside. Your future self has made you a cup of tea and there's a place nice to sit. It's a beautiful place with a view. Maybe a window seat or a little table where swing your future yourself is inviting you to come sit down together. Come T- your future self is now now available to you to help you with all the things that you're not sure about There are questions that you have and your future self is here to help you answer them. There are questions about your romantic life. Ask Them Trust the wisdom of your future self who is he's here to teach you how to get from where you are now to where you are in MS five years in the future they ask your future self about your health. How you can optimize missin can entrust the answers askew future south about your creative life. Are there ways in which your to express your south and ask about your spiritual life ways. You can be more connected to divinity. ask about your finances is their wisdom around optimizing demise in your financial security in dealing with any fears that might come up around that Ask about your professional life. Uh The purpose. Have you work in the world. You may not get paid for this work. It may be volunteer work. You may be erasing a family but there is a purpose that you're here to fulfill your soul. sounded divine assignment. There is a calling and the phone is ringing and it's time to pick up the call in this is your chance to ask your future self anything you need to know about that calling and how to fulfill it in serve you life's purpose listen to your future selves wisdom Ask anything you need to know It's almost time to go but before you cow your future self has a gift for you to put out your hands and receive the gift caves upon this for there is wisdom here in this is given in love. You don't have to understand and what is just hold it to your heart and know that even if it doesn't make sense to you right now mm-hmm over time the meaning of this gift will be revealed to you Thank your future self for the gift this wisdom in this gift in your future self once you're no although it's time to go now. You can come back back any time and it doesn't have to be five years in the future. It can be next month next year. Thirty years from now here is always wisdom and love and you are always welcome for t come back on this beam of colored light the Pratt you hear anytime you need guidance. Your future self is leading you to the door in giving giving you a hug and thanking you for coming before you go. There's one last Pearl Pearl of wisdom here now. doors opening walk out of the home and back outside of the residence. You'll see the beam of colored light stand in that beam and let yourself ascend so far above the home of your future self above the clouds into the atmosphere until you far in outer space looking down upon the earth and you will see the original being of white light the brought you here just climb over and allow yourself to descend back in present time coming back into the atmosphere gear through the clouds and back into your body into that bubble of Protective Tiv- light that has been holding you safe in present time just allow in your spirit to reenter your physical body and to reintegrate Come back to your breath. You can just ask for the rest of this day you be protected and how in light in love feel free to call in any spirits that may support you. Uh Any daddy's that can support you uh any animals any people living or dead and.
"rankin" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"Draw that green grounded earth energy up that energetic cord and fill yourself with earth energy. You can also fill yourself from a portal in the top of your had. We're white spirit light universal to light coming in and mixing with that green grounded Earth Energy and both are filling your body. Dan Seeping through your pores in creating a bubble around you public safety of security in this bubble you are sovereign you are held. You are loved. Just take a few breaths feeling allowing yourself to feel at safe team just for this moment and choose how big you want that energetic field to be for this experience. Maybe it's just one inch around you so maybe it's a foot or two. Maybe it's as big as the room or as big as your city are as big as your country or as big as the whole earth. I your bubble become as big as you want it to be right now. Ever feels right for you knowing that your body is safe in this bubble. I'm going to invite you to join me in coming up through the portal through the white light at the top of your head and allow your spirit exit your body and follow that weight light up up above you looking down on your body from just overhead moving farther away from your body until you can see far away away from above as you go up through the clouds up into the atmosphere career until you're far away from Earth down on the globe the planet from out in Outer Space.
"rankin" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"Go ahead increase. Here is just focused on your breathing with each exhale. Just let yourself relax a little bit more deeply unwinding any tension in shoulders back forehead Just let yourself focused on your heart. You were there is a golden ball of light right in the center of your chest and just see it pulsing saying your heartbeat thief. Maybe you can even feel your posts ball of light get his big as your torso going on across the chest start trapping down your body going down into your abdomen down in Tier Pelvis and let that ball of light goes through your bottom down through the floor down into the earth through the soil through the water table town into the Rock and in the magma all the way down into the core of mother earth just like you're dropping an electrical trickle cord just taking that electrical cord just allow yourself to plug in.
"rankin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"John Rankin this is A. M. nine seven the answer mostly clear seventy three degrees what's going on we have the answer former president Bill Clinton certainly trying to distance himself from billionaire Jeffrey abstain Brian trip reports I've seen is being held in New York on charges of sex trafficking underage girls and conspiracy of fox news report produced years ago said Clinton went on apps teams playing more than two dozen times and had ditched his secret service detail for a few of those flights a statement from Clinton says he knew nothing of extremes crimes it added the Clinton took four trips on abstains plane in two thousand two and two thousand three the statement said the secret service traveled with him on every leg of every trip and that Clinton hasn't spoken to abstain in well over a decade Brian shook NBC news radio the NYPD putting together a new mental health task force the program being created after several officers committed suicide in recent months for members of the NYPD died from self inflicted injuries and a three week span officials want to find more ways to reach out and help officers the task force will look into proposals including adding counselors to every precinct police commissioner James o'neill calls the recent suicides the tragedy sports Benson Yankees owner for the all star game break Alonso limits in the home run derby finals turned to check the traffic on the George Washington bridge no delay Holland and Lincoln tunnels looking good on the New Jersey Turnpike the truck wings are close southbound for construction and then when the head coach Queensborough bridge closure on the lower elder road way to queens for overnight maintenance you now know how not to go whether tonight clearing skies lose sixty nine to seventy degrees Tuesday lots of sunshine it'll be warmer too high eighty five to ninety clear Tuesday night clothes seventy more sunshine Wednesday but higher humidity high.