35 Burst results for "Rebecca I"

California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

"Crews are trying to keep wild fires away from groves of giant sequoia trees in national parks and forests in California wildfires have made it to at least four girls of the agents a call yes some two thousand years old and two hundred feet in height colony fire spokesperson Rebecca Patterson says some of the oldest and most well known sequoias are being wrapped in a fire retardant blanket structural rap on which is typically used to protect buildings from the possibility of fire on around the bases of giant sequoia trees she says that includes the best known of the giant trees the general Sherman tree which is the largest living tree in the world the fire is about a mile from the giant forest officials don't know yet the extent of damage caused to the other girls which are in remote hard to reach areas I'm Tim acquire

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Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

UN News

01:20 min | 5 d ago

Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

"The world is on course to register the fastest growth in fifty years after the pandemic induced downturn. But only the wealthiest countries stand to benefit. Human economists said on wednesday a new report from the un trade and development body unctad maintained at this partial rebound happen because wealthy countries have spent their way out of trouble but this has not been possible for poorer nations whose economies have been hit much harder by cave nineteen down the two thousand and eight to nine financial crisis said unctad secretary general rebecca greenspan. We are seeing now extremely accommodative. Monetary policies in huge fiscal packages utilized by countries with currencies reserve status in the meantime developing regions who spending packages. Where but a fraction are already having to cut back. Some of their spending and increase their interest rate in reaction to the fears of increase inflation. In chris in debt ratios and the prospect of a new adverse cycle in financial markets. The young touchy highlighted that global economic growth was likely to be highly uneven and that next year it is likely to slow significantly with incomes trailing three point seven percent below pre pandemic levels

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Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 6 d ago

Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

"Last thursday president biden announced sweeping vaccine mandates for four categories of americans workers in private companies. That have a one hundred or more employees. Most federal workers and federal contractors teachers and staff at federal programs related to education and finally healthcare workers at facilities that receive money from medicare or medicaid. All in all the mandates cover about one hundred million american workers. If they don't comply they could face getting fired. World's sarah weinsberg reports in some respects. Rebecca wasn't all that surprised by the binding administration's new vaccine mandate she figured the government would require federal employees and maybe even medical workers to get back sedated. But she was surprised. Her company got caught up in the requirements. Rebecca works for an appliance repair business in washington state. It has about one hundred thirty employees. Were not using her last name to protect her job. I don't think anybody thought that it would be mandated for private employers. Especially see i think. I am a little surprised on that. Rebecca doesn't want to get the vaccine. She and her husband had been struggling with infertility for the past two years. She's concerned about how it could affect her hormones. she also doesn't want to get it for religious and political reasons. I don't feel like the government should be telling us what her husband works at a hospital. So he's also affected by the mandate if the federal government is able to implement its vaccine requirements. They could both lose their jobs. So life is up in the air. But that's a big if says jonathan inward. He's an attorney who specializes in health law. Claims he says the biden administration mandates violate the constitution as well as federal law for those who have natural immunity. This likely violates the protection clause of the constitution it likely violates the tenth amendment and as applied to the states that would violate what's called the anti commandeering doctrine

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The Federal Government Sells Flood-Prone Homes to Often Unsuspecting Buyers, NPR Finds

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:47 min | Last week

The Federal Government Sells Flood-Prone Homes to Often Unsuspecting Buyers, NPR Finds

"Climate. Change is driving more severe flooding across the country. The latest example being from the northeast united states but an npr investigation finds the top. Federal housing agency is selling flood-prone holmes to families without fully disclosing the risk at the same time the federal government is spending millions of dollars to move people out a flood zones rebecca hersher from. Npr's climate team is here rebecca. We're talking about the. Us department of housing and urban development hud. What did your investigation find. Well how'd is mainly known for subsidized rental housing but also sells homes and we found that thousands of those homes around the country are located in flood zones and the people who buy them generally. Don't get any information about flood risk until after they've decided to buy and that raises a lot of questions about how hood is dealing with climate change. Climate change is caused residential flood damage in the. Us to skyrocket. Hud's mission is to provide safe affordable housing so hud says it's important to sell these homes for low prices in make sure they don't sit vacant but many of the housing experts we spoke with said it's very concerning that it'd be selling homes that are prone to flooding and basically allowing families to move into harm's way. Where are these homes located. You said they were all around the us any particular hot spots. Yes so i should say. These are houses that were foreclosed on by banks and then handed over to hud to be sold an. Npr analyzed data from twenty seventeen to twenty twenty. It's nearly one hundred thousand homes that hud sold and in that time. Hud sold flood-prone houses in almost every state but there were hot spots as you said so louisiana florida and new jersey all stuck out a larger proportion of the homes that hud sold in those states. Were in flood zones.

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Author Rebekah Lyons on Depression and Consumer Addiction

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last week

Author Rebekah Lyons on Depression and Consumer Addiction

"Rebecca have to ask you. You know you say that in the devotional you deal with your own battles openly with anxiety and depression And i talked about that. That i talk about those things openly too because i never really dealt with anxiety but with depression series depression because you want people to know lots of people deal with this stuff and it's really hard but one thing you have on your list that you deal with a battle to deal with consumer impulses kind of like worrying about what other people think. I think a lot of people who they look like. Oh that's really wonderful christian person and they must have everything going on fine but if they're dealing with what what other people think too much You don't really notice it if they're dealing with consumer impulses people go on. That's just that's normal. We all shop. Or why did you list that here. And how do you. What do you mean by that. Because i do think. That's like one of those things where we can be released secretly and unconsciously. It's not like we're overtly sinning but in our hearts were giving something over that belongs to god in the end. These are all coping mechanisms. I believe that mask pain and so we're just looking for something that will give us that quick fix where we're a little less sad or a little less depressed or a little less anxious and so i come at this topic with a lot of compassion because so many people are in these categories. I mean we all have had life kinda thrown at us that looks different than because as a result of fall. That's just that's just the truth. And so the acceptance of that still comes back to going. Am i trying to numb out. Am i trying to escape through whatever that coping mechanism looks like you could call it. Consumer impulses are just like shopping online. It could be a netflix binge. It could be just too much wine. It could be anything and it's more going. What are we. What are we reaching to to numb out or to escape versus coming to god and going god. Here is the the lament of my heart. Here's the longing or the loss that i feel. I think sometimes we. We don't give god that brutal honesty because we fear that it's not a righteous or holy way to engage

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Why Is the Semiconductor Chip Shortage Getting Worse?

Reset

01:29 min | Last week

Why Is the Semiconductor Chip Shortage Getting Worse?

"Rebecca. Hi while has been following the semiconductor shortage and how. It's impacting the automotive electronics industry. She's here to tell us more. Hey rebecca hey so rebecca. We've talked about the origins of the chip shortage on the show before. But why after so many months of trying to fix it is shortage actually getting worse semiconductors at the baseline already taken incredibly longtime to make you know several weeks and when industries are planning for the future. They'll make these orders months in advance for these chips. These are tiny little computer chips. That are in everything from a smart hot tub to your iphone to a car. Factory shutdowns at the beginning of the pandemic delete manufacturing these chips and it also created this dynamic months ago where automakers suddenly canceled their orders. They said we don't want these ships. We don't think people are going to be buying cars. And all of a sudden. We had people wanting more locked hops wanting more phones. All this home electronics that we've needed since the pandemic started but now there's this dynamic where car demand is coming back but electronics demand hasn't really gone down. And there's been no opportunity to catch up. You can't just with up new. Semiconductors all these facilities are making as many ships as they can and it takes years and billions and billions of dollars to build more facilities to make that so basically. Now we're staring down. Bottlenecks and more bottlenecks and

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What Does It Mean for the UK To Warmly Welcome Afghan Refugees?

Woman's Hour

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

What Does It Mean for the UK To Warmly Welcome Afghan Refugees?

"Morning. The government has set out more details of operation warm welcome the scheme to resettle thousands of afghan refugees all of those who've arrived on the afghan relocations and assistance policy. The scheme are helping. Those who helps schemes gives me helping those who helped the british military in uk. Government in afghanistan will be given immediate indefinite leave to remain the government's pledging twelve million pounds for additional school places. Three million pounds to support. Nhs access and a five million. Pound top fa- councils in england wells and scotland to support the and meet the costs and help meet the cost of renting properties. Here's mr for overseeing. Afghan resettlement victoria atkin speaking earlier on the today program. We ten thousand people who are in quarantine hotels that moment This is the largest ever evacuation scheme in living memory and so it is going to take off and local of an charges local communities a bit of time to put this framework in place. But that is what we're working on and so today's announcements not just indefinitely to remain but also our determination help children Start their education again. The extra funding for them to support them a school the funding for adults to learn english. Those who don't speak english well also The promises in relation to housing the discretionary funding. We're giving to councils. This is all part of enormous Exercise in integration. And just remember that the of the twenty thousand who will come here over. The coming years will be women and children.

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Is Hurricane Ida the Result of Climate Change?

Consider This from NPR

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Hurricane Ida the Result of Climate Change?

"You might remember a few weeks back. We told you about a landmark report from the un's intergovernmental panel on climate change. It warned that human caused climate change is accelerating and that we're running out of time to avoid its most catastrophic effects and that extreme weather events are more likely as a result right now hurricane can ida is making its dangerous trek towards a us gulf coast hurricane ida is exactly the kind of event that scientists were talking about on saturday evening. Ida was a modest category two storm with one hundred and five mph winds but it's poise to rapidly intensify and that's what it did just as forecasters predicted so hurricane ida has strengthened to a category three storm with winds of one hundred fifteen miles an hour trump saturday night maximum sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles per hour into sunday morning. It's now up to one hundred forty five miles per hour side. A gut stronger by the hour is storm has strengthened yet again. The last time we spoke sustained winds were one forty five. They're now up to one fifty. I wanted to all of this at the storm up to be at. Its most powerful. Just as it made landfall over louisiana bring as much as twenty inches of rain in some areas with the potential for destructive storm surge yesterday so how did i to get so powerful so fast so climate change is basically supercharging storm. That's rebecca hersher correspondent for. Npr's climate team. We spoke on monday. Climate change does is. It adds fuel to hurricane fuel in the form of heat so hurricanes over water you can think of them like engines spinning up like a propeller on a plane and the energy for that propeller comes from the heat in the water as the earth gets hotter because of climate change the water on the surface of the ocean. It also guitar. So there's more energy for storms like ida to get really big and really

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Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

This Week

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

"League baseball teams will require Covid 19 vaccines for those working in their organisations. Rebecca Hubbard, reports to Major League Baseball teams are requiring full time non playing employees to get the Covid vaccine. The Washington Nationals employees had till Thursday to show proof of vaccination or offer a medical or religious exemption. The Houston Astros required the vaccine for their major league club, as well as the three minor league teams they own. According to ESPN. As fighting continues throughout September, those without an exemption or proof of vaccine will be fired. The

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Elizabeth Holmes, From Blood Test to Facing Prison

Slate's If Then

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Elizabeth Holmes, From Blood Test to Facing Prison

"In twenty thirteen. Abc news correspondent. Rebecca jarvis was working on a story about high medical costs and we featured a woman who was spending a lot of money on blood tests and after that story ran. Rebecca got a pitch about a new start-up. Hey there's this blood testing company theranos and they can save your viewers a lot of money. She checked it out but couldn't get anyone to independently verify that these theranos blood tests which only used a finger prick and not a traditional vein. Stick we're actually going to be better and cheaper. It was one of those things where This just it. It doesn't fully lineup. it doesn't live up to what it would take for me to even consider covering it as a solution. So rebecca did news story but other reporters did and then shortly after that pitch elizabeth started showing up in all of these places and was very much a celebrity. Elizabeth was elizabeth homes stanford dropout their nose founder and ceo millionaire superstar and media. Darling elizabeth homes left stanford university at the age of nineteen to build a company. A healthcare pioneer is being compared to visionaries like bill gates and steve jobs this morning elizabeth homes is part of the news. Time one hundred list just out. Homes promised to revolutionize blood testing. She was young rich charismatic and seemingly everywhere whenever there's a quote unquote glass ceiling. There's an iron woman rape behind it but the theranos blood testing devices didn't work like they were supposed to. The company was secretly running patient tests on standard commercial machines even as they doctors patients and the media otherwise there nose founder. Elizabeth homes has now officially been indicted on federal wire. Fraud charges the us turning twenty eighteen. The united states filed criminal charges against her and her former. Ceo and boyfriend sunny belt wani next week three years. After she was first indicted homes goes on trial for conspiracy and fraud. She faces up to twenty years in prison and has pleaded not guilty.

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2 Killed in Shooting Near Illinois Courthouse

Dailycast News

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 Killed in Shooting Near Illinois Courthouse

"Two men were killed and another was injured on thursday in a shooting near the courthouse in the small northern illinois city of kankakee authorities. Wgn nine reporter dana. Rebecca was there on the scene. This happened at about nine. Forty five this morning again outside the kankakee county courthouse north of the jail between the courthouse and this jail building From information very new here. On the scene when i arrived talking to some folks standing here it sounds like this had nothing to do with the courthouse that this was possibly some sort of altercation even a gang altercation. That happened down the street. Several blocks away and then spilled over

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Elon Musk Doubles Down on A.I. Ambitions Despite Regulatory Scrutiny

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:27 min | Last month

Elon Musk Doubles Down on A.I. Ambitions Despite Regulatory Scrutiny

"Tesla has been leaning into artificial intelligence as we've talked about on the show company's tapped ai to power assisted driving beecher's and eventually wants to use the technology in fully autonomous vehicles. But at the company's ai event last week ceo elon musk reveal. The tesla is going even deeper on. Ai you might have seen in your feed that. He unveiled a humanoid robot. We're setting it such that it is At a mechanical level at a physical level. You can run away from it and most likely overpowered here to break down. All of that is our reporter rebecca. Elliot hey rebecca. Thanks for joining me. Yeah thanks for. Having me amanda. Okay so tell us about this robot. What exactly is musk pitching here. So tesla introduced what it is. Calling the tesla bhatt on thursday and this is a human looking robot expected to be about five foot eight weighing one hundred twenty five pounds. The prototype elon. Musk said he thought would be ready. Next year Though what we saw on thursday was you know a human dressed in a robot costume dancing on stage. So you know make of that what you will.

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Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

NPR News Now

01:02 min | Last month

Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor

"Josephine baker at the american born dancer and singer who rose to fame after moving to paris in the nineteen twenties. We'll have resting place. Bakers remains to be moved to the pantheon muslim. For some of france's most distinguished citizens rebecca rosman reports that the honor make speaker the first black woman to be insured there in a statement. A french government spokesperson baker as a quote. Great lady who loved france. The beloved dancer singer and member of the lizzy stoneless was born in missouri in one thousand nine hundred six but moved to paris in the nineteen twenties as part of a wave of black americans who came to the french capital just after world war. One baker was famous for saying she had to love my country and paris baker. Who died in nineteen seventy five and is currently buried in. Monaco will be moved to the pantheon. In a ceremony held on november thirtieth her induction to the pantheon means she will be joined alongside other french. National heroes including malik kelly at example dumas and voltaire

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TikTok Made Me Buy It

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02:03 min | Last month

TikTok Made Me Buy It

"The other day our boss. Julia came to us with a problem on slack and the problem was created by tectonics. Sarah v the skincare brand. That she's used for years and years has suddenly become incredibly popular with teens. Thanks to some talks recommending. It more charlie to getting our morning teens using ceremony for me. I like to use the from now. You just can't get fair v. So we found ourselves embroiled in the conversation about how impossible it is to wash face these days. Thanks to the kids if this is a pretty common occurrence. Actually that talk sends a product viral. It's not always necessarily a really good product but rebecca jennings a senior reporter for. Vox recently wrote about this phenomenon. Rebecca do you want to tell us about it. I would love to tell you about it. Okay so rebecca. It seems like tech talk is selling an incredible amount of stuff at an incredible rate. What are some of the things that people are buying because they see them on tech talk. People are buying so many things because they see them on talk. I think we see a lot of beauty products going viral. That eventually selling out at local drugstore is there are candies. there are snacks. there's toys it's really anything that mostly young people want but at the same time there's there's also like cleaning products that go viral and then are then hard to find so why is talk so good at making things go viral. There's a few reasons for that. So one is like ticked off his good at making pretty much anything go viral. Whether that's a person or a song we've seen that a lot over the past two years and it does the same thing for products essentially and the rain reason is because of its algorithm and how that works and so if you are a person who wants to just become very famous very fast the best place for you to go take talk because what it does is even if you don't have any followers theoretically if enough people like your video as the algorithm shows it to more and more people and if they like it and if they engage with it then that will like snowball into a bigger and bigger audience

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IRS Warns of Child Tax Credit Scams

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:46 min | Last month

IRS Warns of Child Tax Credit Scams

"You're eligible for the federal child tax credit, some scammers maybe try to cheat you out of your money. We told you a little bit about that story a moment ago, and here's more from ABC is Rebecca Jarvis, a text message with a link to apply for the child tax credit an email asking to click and claim your economic stimulus payment. These are fake. According to the IRS. Cybercriminals, actively trying to scam entitled Families Out of this money were seen scammers trying to take advantage of the American public by attempting to gain information using Phone calls EMAILS cats messages through social Media, the better Business Bureau, also with an alert child tax credits are coming, and so are the scammers and cybersecurity firm Domain tools reporting it's found nearly 50 sites pretending to be part of the government's American rescue plan, which includes the child tax credit. If you were searching for, you know American relief plan, you may come across one of these sites domain tools, saying while many of the sites have since been taken down. These are still active, all with a similar design and all not ending in dot gov. A major red flag. These sites still safe enough the identity information the sites asking for your social security number and driver's license or state ID number to apply, They'll be able to steal someone's refund. Checked and also, you know, log into, uh Any sort of bank account information. GM a tried contacting the sites for each either no response. Or we couldn't get through to reach a person, the IRS stating it does not contact taxpayers via email, text message or social media platforms to request personal or financial information for verification or any information related to the child tax credit.

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Voicebots and Chatbots  -Meanning and Emphasis - Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 11

The Voicebot Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Voicebots and Chatbots -Meanning and Emphasis - Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 11

"In our chapter on prompt writing all of our principles applied to both written or voice in our actions things like precision of language concision of language and there are some things that we touch on like like emphasis and tone. I'm like like arnold tone that you hear that are applied only to voice. So i think there's like kind of some a bunch of things like making sure. The language is accessible that apply to anything. But we know that there are a voice carries a lot more data than a string of text on a page. And so. there's a lot of interesting things that can happen. Both in in how people are speaking to a device and how the devices speaking back to people. I think that s- on both ends of that. The input and the output is still early days in doing things with tone and emphasis and trying to assess things in used them for maximum. Best communication includes also the ability. Like they're still. You can still express tone in chat even though you don't have the the sonic things because you can bold all caps bold italian oggi's gifts like there's a lot of information that comes in various. Abstract meeting in chat doesn't doesn't happen voice. Voice has more concrete data whereas in terms of how the system might be trained to it versus the system that we have to train it for chat. You're kind of throwing a lot of things and trying to Meaning that could have multiple meetings like if you put a winky face on something that could go any number of ways. S trying to train machine unlike when the winky face means like Something is sarcastic or something is inappropriate. You know you might take a while

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Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe Talk - User Initiated Vs. System Initiated Podcast Ep 220 - burst 08

The Voicebot Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe Talk - User Initiated Vs. System Initiated Podcast Ep 220 - burst 08

"I think about this have definitely done the the call center customer service type stuff And have also been found so immediately. The first thing that comes to mind for me is something that is user initiated or system initiated. And how those are two polar opposites terms of like how you approach that conversation with the user initiated side of stuff. You're basically doing like what was just talking about. You're trying to the main objective or the challenge here is understanding and accounting for the motivations and the language somebody might is coming. Because you don't know what it's system initiated. The immediate challenge is building trust and sort of like keeping people there so that you can build the trust build relationships and get to where you need to get them so those feel like really big opposing hurdles but like just different ways of thinking about how you would frame The order in which you would start with different things. Yeah and i'll hop in and say one one distinction that i think is sort of unique to our book or something that we spend a lot of time on. This framework is the difference between Like figuring out whether you're trying to build a relationship with a person or whether it's a transaction and to what extent is this a talking computer that helps you get your you know your bank balance or is this. Does it have more of a person. Fish vibe enroll in your life And that's an important distinction. I think a lot of people go a little too far towards the person side because it's cool in it's fascinating when actually they just need to think about how to get a really straightforward transaction.

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Is Standardization Possible in Conversation Design? Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

03:24 min | Last month

Is Standardization Possible in Conversation Design? Conversations with Things Authors Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 220 - burst 05

"It strikes me as interesting that i have a former playwright. Someone who's trained and fiction writing and those are two disciplines that might have best practices. Sometimes processes assuredly certainly formulas the people of used over time but standards. I'm not sure. I don't think i've ever seen that before. Is this just inherently something about writing scripts language conversation that defies standardization. That's such an interesting question and one we've never been asked before i love this question. I would say yeah. I do think there is something really magical special. An unusual about language in that the tiniest variations can make huge differences in how it's understood. The same sentence can be completely differently. Understood by two different people Their the meaning is not fully made from words on a page or words that you hear it is made in your mind. Combining that information with other data. That's coming to you and your whole history so it is a really kind of wild thing to try and express meaning to another person. I do think that there is Something hard about language that it's always shifting. It's always changing In her diana has some some follow up here to rebecca. Tend to do this all the time where we can fight with each other or like specifically take opposing views just to see where we had a but since i i disagree with her kind of in that i think what you're asking brad or what the piece that i'm taking from it is. The standardization can apply both to like the content as well as the form and the form is absolutely standardize. Like when i think of a script for matt A play for matinee. There's there's forums that are standardizing that way an conversation will will leave and go in different places in. There's no sort of standard method of getting from point. Eight point b but when we look at conversations there is always kind of an arc to them which is how storytelling gets told in conversation. There's something that somebody needs or wants at the beginning. And then that is typically satisfied by the end of that conversation or it's unsatisfied and because of that dissatisfaction. The conversation has ended as that. I think also exists in the kinds of conversations that we talk about with bots. Yeah i think that's interesting because there are like Like in fiction either there is like the dramatic arc with rising action conflict falling resolution all those sorts of things. And so like in you know when you get an mfa or you study an art form you learn kind of the rules and you learn you study. Who's breaking them. And what effect. That has a where like art. Fullness comes in so there is there is attention. I guess between like there are rules but sometimes the best things happen when you break them.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"That I'm stronger than I ever thought I would be capable of mentally and physically that. S-. There is more of you to give that you sink. Like you could sink. On God, how will I have a business in kids in a socialite whenever I'm not saying I? have all that figured out but there is more like even when you have more kids like you're like, oh, can I really get out much loved our human and it just kinda grows in others one of you and I, definitely feel over wound up definitely yelled at my kids way more than I ever have been or indeed. But I think that knowing that you have the ability to sort of have walked was arms. Even when there's just one of you. I love that Rebecca I. Am so thankful honored that you came in my high cast you are such a bright light to this world and making Me You come chat with me. I always wrapped up my interviews with one question and it's very vague. So however feel inclined to answer. Leave Your light and what do you want people to know? What people? down. To look for the silver linings. I think now is the time where we need to polar ourselves out of the bill drums and look for you know my dad's dismay last night. He's I it's not what the universe is doing to you. It's what it's doing for you and House site. As a deep thought for my Dad But what did it give me a gave me time back with my kids that I would never get you know. Would normally get. To See, my two year old's language bloom gave me the ability to stick with what is my company in I wanted to be select what is the union? How gave me the ability to connect with people and more women? have important conversations and so like I have to just keep looking at what the universe doing for me. I appreciate you. Thank you so much for coming on and joining me you are. In every sense of the word. Thank you for having me your awesome. Okay by. Zai-qing what's going on? I know it's been a while since you may have been out of the house live in life like you used to. But you know what? There is the open road that still is out there and you should probably reintroduce yourself to it in a Mazda I was lucky enough to drive around in nine the last couple of months and I have to say the C. V. Lineup Mazda is pretty wonderful..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Full Coverage

Full Coverage

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Full Coverage

"Stephanie I'm Rebecca. . Thank you so much for joining us. . This is possibly the highlight of my whole, , my whole lockdown. . It's very hard to say that is a compliment was so excited, , we are delighted to be a part of. . No I'm so excited to which you. . It's so fun to talk to people in different parts of the industry. . That's. . My favorite thing about this podcast, , we get to all different kinds of people and you have such an individual take on where you've come into beauty. . So for the listeners at home, , can you explain to us how you two met? ? We met on the set of law and order svu Rebecca was head of makeup departments camera what seasonal was backup, , but you remember. . It was it was the. . Eater nine. . and not yet was during a triumphant return yet for Good Alex and Rebecca I. . Just you know it's really important that you have a good relationship with everybody on the set but particularly people who are very you know literally picking food out of your teeth of are going wrong you haven't noticed. . People who are on your person and so not only did we get along but we became really good friends and then, , and then we started this business together and so that must've been crash becker. . Boeing, , seven years ago seven years ago when we when we started noodling it over yeah. . was years ago when we started noodling and then that's right when we. . opened the door and you know when you're on set your onset with people for like fourteen hours a day five days a week. . So you really get to know people when they're tired when they're cold and. . And you know. . We near makeup artist, , you're literally up in people's faces. . So so you know. . I think it's so important when you're going to business to have a partner and to already go into that knowing that like you know, , we don't get tired of each other and we could really trust each other to to tell the truth about an idea. . So that was sort of. . That was that was the first good decision and then we realized. . I left the show at the end of season twelve. . And A. . Lot of the experience of having a makeup artist wasn't something that only people who were on a set should have. . And so we started doing. . This makeup services tennis. . But then we also started offering as a service, , the ability to make makeup, , and it's just it's been really fun approaching makeup as a career from so many different angles like from the production and onset angle, , and then from opening a business in a service capacity and then developing products. . So it's been a really. . Wild ride tells on how you came to start the store for people that don't know you guys have a store in Soho in New York where you can come in and get your makeup done and craft your own products. . Right. . You can make your own lipsticks, , which is terribly exciting all the obviously not right now but. . <hes>. . So tell us where the idea for that I came from. . Obviously, , you mentioned the idea of everyone wanting a makeup artist. . How did that go from a casual chat to something that is real exists you know somebody told me I think it was originally Christopher Reeve and I can't remember the three questions but it's what you ask yourself when you're deciding. . Whether or not to take on a role in one of the main things is, , can I bear? ? Can I stand to watch somebody else do this if I've been offered the job and don't take it and Rebecca had talked about <hes> doing make up a dry bar but for faces for a couple of years and she was Becky, , you must have been. . How was Arthur to? ? To okay. . So so that Arthur is <hes> Rebecca's first child will boy Arthur. . She said look who's doing makeup in the Hamptons actually it was worshipped as I really want to go ahead with this. . Are you are you in and I thought I cannot bear to watch somebody else do this with her <hes> and not be a part of it. . So that's kind it was kind of. . Do we go forward or not yes or no shoes right now kind of thing and we went for it no matter what has come our way I've not regretted it since it's been an amazing experience in it's so liberating especially as an actor when you're constantly trying to get somebody else to give you a job to be in charge of your own own destiny for a little while it was so free. . <hes> nuts that's where it all began. . We've found this great spot and so. . <hes> we'll tell you more about the story in the trajectory about that. . But it we found this great spot and and it just it just happened I. . Mean there's a lot more work behind it than that but that's just said yes. .

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Take Up Your Mat

Take Up Your Mat

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Take Up Your Mat

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

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"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

"I think that's one of the hardest parts of the course, because you're the further the furthest out your the longest stretch between rest stops. and the road is is quite bumpy can be quite windy but it's also in my opinion, the most beautiful part of the chorus in you really are rewarded with these stunning views of the mountains, so I try to get people to look up if they can there. And then you have the long journey home you know at that point when you finish copper basin, you still got. Thirty Miles to get to get back to catch him and you know. There is a very. Headwind that happens every day. you will ever headwind going home from Private Idaho it's just how it is. The slower you are, the stronger your headwind be so it's motivation to get yourself back up in over a been over trail creek your last rest stop and then one of the most beautiful, the sense in the world over the climbed. You came up in the morning. is back into. Catch him. DOWN THE TRAIL CREEK A. Hill climb and and back to the Wood River valley. It's pretty special. I mean I I train on that hill all the time because it's really nice, awesome grade of a hill I'm never used to see anybody like doing intervals riding up and down that hill, and what's cool now is I. See people all the time just out there and. It's it's pretty awesome. And for those you haven't been to Idaho I encourage you to go on Rebecca site the Rebecca Private Idaho site and check out some of the images. Spectacular alum it. It's pretty special, and that's the point you know. We ride our bikes to challenge ourselves, and I'm all about being competitive in pushing myself and going hard, but we also ride our bikes to be with. And then to be in a beautiful place, and it really is you know. People, place and purpose you know those are kind of the things that that drive me for Private Idaho is the people that get to come here and be part of it and share the special place that I live, and then the purpose, which is you know as we talked about little bit about the be good foundation helping other people ride bikes. We talked about how you can pop in. You can do just the Sunday event, but you've. You've created this whole kind of four day ride experience sir. If you're signing up for the whole, Shebang know we do a writer meeting on Wednesday, but tell us about. Thursday Friday and Saturday. Yeah, so Thursdays course in I will say this stage race at this point the Queen Stage rates, it is sold out because it's only my permit only allows two hundred fifty people, and so it's a much smaller offering as I can expand that I will, and so for those of you who are bummed. You're not in the stage race. I do have on on Saturday. There's a ride on Thursday. We do a a night. Friday, we do at night ride. That is a where dark sky preserve and we're also. We have some history with Ernest Hemingway here. Who lived here? He wrote here and eventually took his life here and so we do a dark sky reserve, hemingway ride to some of his haunts like his grave and the Hemingway Memorial. Read some poetry so even if you're not in the stage race, I do try to put in a whole bunch of rides that are. Are Open to anybody so that if you come here for a few days, you have something to do with us and there's the parade. We have two different expos, so if you're not a status, don't be all bummed out and sign up earlier next year. but stage one is and they're all different this the goal. The stage race was to show people..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

"Queen Stage race, which is a three day grabble stage race that takes place over four days, and really what I found is Ketchum, Idaho Sun Valley Idaho where I live, my hometown is where the takes place, and it is off the beaten path. It's the reason I called it Rebecca's private Idaho because it is quiet and and intimate here and It's a small town and it's hard to get to, and that's why it put it on Labor Day weekend one is. Is. It's a beautiful time of the year here, but also to allow people that extra holiday to travel. Because once you get here. What I find is people. Don't come for one day. They come here and they WANNA stay a few extra days, and they WANNA explore a little bit more. And that's why, after about the fifth year of Private Idaho, I launched the stage race because people cast me all this year. We're GONNA come. We're going to stay a few more days. Where can I ride? Where can I ride next and so I decided to just put that platter out for everybody to select from in. You know and there's a big parade that we can, and my goal was was not just a host a bike event, but to release show people this special place to support my community to support bike charities, and eventually my foundation that I launched and so and also I. Want my friends to stay a little longer you know. We've all been to those bike races. Where you drive in your car. You got your gear, you you know, unload, get dressed right at the back your car. Go do the race. Load up your car and go home. I didn't want that kind of experience I wanted. A bigger sort of by end of the season bike celebration, and that's that's it has grown to become. It's it's really cool. Really look forward to it. But I and I do try to the reason we `blanche different distances and is to try to welcome everybody in so the tater..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

"US I could easily spent the entire hour speaking to Rebecca about her accolades as an endurance athlete, but what we really wanted to focus on was her marquee event. Rebecca's private Idaho RPI is a perennial favorite that's held in September in Idaho and showcases Rebecca's favourite trails in her neck of the woods. I got super excited. Hearing about the event given Rebecca's background as a mountain biker in adventure cyclist, she's put together a course that will test both your technical skills and choice of equipment. I love that kind of adventure in my events. We recorded this episode in the early days of the pandemic. Quite clear if the event will come off this September, although we remain optimistic that it will happen, and if you've got one of the coveted spots, not to worry as the team over there has a covid nineteen registration policy that's pretty liberal in terms of getting a refund making registration, a donation or pushing if the event needs to be postponed beyond just showcasing her hometown gravel Rebecca, wanted to set up an event that did some good and supported her nonprofit, the good foundation with the COVID nineteen crisis in effect right now. She was also quite concerned that her biggest fundraising opportunity of the year was going to be shut down, so she went out and typical Rebecca. Fashion and And did something about it Rebecca over Memorial Day weekend created the Giddy up challenge. The event allowed riders to create their own challenges in their own neck of the woods, largely revolving around a big climbing day with four courses, culminating in ever sting, which is climbing over twenty nine thousand feet in one attempt over nine hundred riders from around the world, raised a combined one hundred ten thousand dollars for the be good foundation in their own climbing adventures, not only did. Rebecca inspire some amazing fundraising results. She also inspired a resurgence in ever sting. It's quite easy to say we saw more. People attempt to ever sting this weekend than ever before with Katie Hall even setting a new. Record down near Bonny Doon California and of course Rebecca did an Everest attempt herself and successfully finished. It was quite amazing. Watching this unfold on her instagram account and courage you to go back and look at some of the stories as it's incredible how one has to turn themselves inside out and ride overnight in order to achieve twenty nine thousand feet of climbing I myself the little baby, one of fifty two hundred feet, and it was pretty amazing I. Did it all off road on my favorite climb up to east peak of Mount, Tam, and learned a lot I can't even imagine doing four times. The amount of climbing I did in a day. There would definitely be some logistics..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And you know what it doesn't and it's hard. It's really hard to do because you wanNA. You WanNa hit the rights. And it's hard to communicate Ashley Flood Sensitive in House. Will you look at that? You've been on that side of it so you understand like oh well now. They're so I need to make sure that everyone understands because that is a thing about calling. That won't Cease Times. I might have thought you know I can say his you. How feisty greetings her it still might not craze and green and your head is in my head. You know that somebody right. Listen I a philosophy major brain the first time I was introduced to me like like the basics of philosophy class like when the entry level where. They're like well you know I don't know but when I say a table that you see the same table and I was like. Oh my God I can't even fucking process Just that idea of trying to understand what someone else understands. An object a reference point to be. Yes you're absolutely right. And it's a wonder that we're able to even organize mclovin agreements. Lastly sort of what are you kind of like just I just want to. I'm trying to give people as many sort of positive nuggets to chew on. And as we're sort of navigating all this strange just ways that you stayed joyful and positive in inspired and happy and hopeful. Is there any? Is there a mantra or is there just sort of a general outlook or something that you're able to fall back on for you know when people can feel weird? Well the way personal state was that you INFO Soobee be smaller and that host viruses to take some Things do still access to a computer was. I'm an this'll be very satisfying about you know. Oh I've gotTa make assets only window what be trying to find some joined. But it's it's you know soggy Another's got nice Probably awful advice to someone but not the little this life taking taking. I'm enjoying this little anxious Do you think is probably get through this and I think we definitely had? I think not all people but I think by large a lot of people had lost sight of that and I certainly don't think that our culture necessarily fosters appreciating the small things and appreciating life stuff. But those are all the things that you know when you talk to people who are older and Wiser. Those are always the things that they go like. Yeah I just I just got rid of all the shit that I was obsessing over the demeanor anything on the smaller things and appreciated the moment and so hopefully were in a in in a state of of transitioning into more of a wisdom. Maybe they're more wisdom nuggets that we can take this. Mister Wizard Nuggets probably was good. I was thank you so much for taking the time to do this. This was so wonderful to chat with you. Know many nice tax very nice and windows first of all you do. You probably don't know when passing is coming out yet awesome. It's really not the for details loop now on Plus out we've gotTA Stages last outside Loop is a fun sort of. It's it's like a Sifi dodgy series but it but rather than being a bunch of disconnected stories. They have also central around this one experience. That the and it's very. It's actually very subtle on the solvable and cynical things that we were just chatting about. Ashley IN TERMS OF ITS SLOW PACE. Also Escapism. But it's meaning escapism. So I think it's quite good evening and thank you so much back. It was an absolute pleasure talking to you. Thank you wish you all the safety and health in the world and I legitimately excited to see your movie when it comes out. It really sounds exciting. Take Care Bye like like. I need gaining complete. Enjoy over ITO..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"She just launched a brand new podcast. It's called come through fifteen central conversations about race a pivotal year for America. So whether you're afraid to talk about race or sick of tried to make other people talk about it. This show is for you. You can subscribe to come through wherever you get your podcasts and you can listen to Rebecca's up sort of ten things right now. One death and dying to breast cancer and all cancer three flying. Whenever I fly I always sit next to my son so far. He's okay with that. But if there's any kind of turbulence or I start to get a little bit white knuckle to sort of looks over. We had just smiles. Just a just a grin for that. I'm messing up my kid. My birth father is black was black. He died in two thousand ten and I met him When I was probably twenty two or twenty three and so we had a brief relationship and It got very intense very quickly for me and I needed to do my life and when I was ready to reconnect after I had a son he died. It's a regret that I live with We were each other's soul black relatives. You know that that we had In the world and we needed each other in a very very In in a very visceral sense and he to me I thought him coming into my life would be a lot easier and it felt I panicked. I didn't know how to suddenly be his daughter and I have to. I have to have to be very mindful to not overcompensate the other day We were talking about because now we're looking at high schools and what's really important for me and I think should be important for any parent regardless of race. Ethnicity is that they have teachers and role models of Color. And my son said you know what's why do I need to have necessarily all black and people of Color as role models. I said well because if you have only white role models you'll grow up thinking that the best thing to do and be is white and and he said but I see a lot of you know role models of color and I said name three and he said our friend. Missa our friend Karen and you and the next day I said to my husband I said. I don't think I realized that I'm enough for my son by being able to feel the feeling of missing people. I love after I die. Six nuclear war just mushrooming everybody's gone seven masses of moving insects. Eight the Ocean nine the dentist ten losing my mind. Did you ever see that movie phenomenon with John Travolta and curious Edrich in which he just starts to get more and more brilliant every day like he can? He can suddenly solve the Rubik's Cube and you know right operas and it is revealed that the reason he becomes brilliant more and more every day is because he's dying so I also think about that that Oh I feel like I'm getting smarter only because my mind about to say you're done. My name is Rebecca. Carol and these are ten things that scamming Rebecca terrill is a cultural critic and editor of special projects at WNYC radio. She told us that she met her husband on a subway platform in Brooklyn while he was on his way to a conference on race and social policy and a year later he proposed to her on that same platform. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel Game at Odell Reuben. Sarah Sampack emily legal team and Polish lumen music and sound design by Isaac. Jones.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"He was not invited to my home until he was invited to come door knocking with me for Lisa Keating who was running for school board because I was trying to get her elected. He told me that he was looking to try to volunteer within the community. And I said Hey I knock on the door and on doors this lady the time and we need all the help we can get because I'm GonNa get elected and then. He said he would like to do that. Well he was coming down and then the woman was like who is this guy and I was like well. He you know it's he has this. You know I pointed to who he is and she said. I don't want him to volunteer with us at all and then I had to tell David that and I was. I thought he would be upset. This this like what And like the first time got dragged out too far but then I you know like at the bar. He told me a story. I thought that was weird. Red flaggy thing there you know. Because it's like he pulled. Somebody's hair and I was like okay. That's weird but then I was like okay. Well what harm is there and knocking on doors? We're not GONNA be like interacting with each other. So he was invited to come down to not interact. It'd be knocking on doors. Lead into a party blow to his ego on his way down here and I felt super guilty. That he's on a bus on the way to Tacoma with no way back to Seattle until he can get on another bus and that she received this blow hold on. I'm confused about his visit. He said he visited you for the party that he not come down for the party. He came down the door. Knock or is it two separate things. Thanks so he visited you in Tacoma twice. He didn't visit me and Tacoma. We went to a party at someone else's house but visiting me. You invited him to the party right. I definitely invited him to the part. I thought this was somebody who I was trying to start to spend time with. I had been around him blunts whenever it was was a bar thing and there was that weird red flaggy thing but I sent him a message and then he was like. Oh okay thank you for pointing that I was like okay and then he was going to come door. Knock with me right. And then he gets this blow on his way down and he's I know already because he's told me that he's traumatize about this stuff and I'm like oh I feel super responsible that like. I invited him to do this thing. But I didn't clear it with this woman I and now she's telling me that he's not allowed to go and so I sent a message to her. That was like hey you know. I'm just GONNA cancel today. I feel like responsible to help this person. I feel like the reason why he's going to have this horrible. Experience is all my fault because I invited him to go without talking to you I and now he's already on his way down here to pick them up and we were supposed to go door. Knock and now. I just feel like I need to like make sure that he's okay. So I brought him to my house and I started printing off and laminating materials that I use for my recovery and for my recovery podcast and was explained to him how to use them and then he was. You know going through the sheets and I was teaching him how to use the sheets so that he would be able to handle his own trauma. I thought that that was night. Yes it took like three and a half hours take really explain how to deal trauma using the materials and like going through specific types of all. He appreciates that. I'm what I'm trying to get at here and people may be wondering why it matters because I think the more you know someone ours with somebody on a burqa. You're doing it again. I was in the middle of talking. Yelling over. Me Is not going to help this. Please stop please. I'm giving my car's view just but I have to. I have to organize the conversation. Rebecca whenever you start talking you just keep going and going and going. I have to be able to chime in and guide you back to the conversation because now it's it gets gets get so spread out if I just let you talk about the circumstances describing specifically currently I'm talking about the friendship right now so my point is people may be wondering why it even matters. Did maybe people listening going if he sexually assaulted her he. It doesn't matter if they're friends and I'm like okay. Let me just I have this. I have this weird thing that I've been able to do for about ten years of having this podcast. Rebecca I can have the show and simultaneously. Listen as a listener. Because I've gotten their feedback so frequently so I know that they're wondering why it matters. I feel the need to break in and say well let me hold on a second. And that's what I host is supposed to do but when I do that you chiming in and yelling over me and that's not going to help anything so I'm just asking when I chime in my story though. Well I mean I can't just let you talk for a solid two hours. I of course I'm letting you tell your story. That's why you're on but I have to break into offer guidance when something gets confusing. That's what I do as a host so when I do I'm asking you to just let me ask the question answer and then get back to wherever you want to get back to but this is what I'm getting at. It matters if you friends because I feel like it's generally accepted. We can use the terms like unconcerned nonconsensual touch which sounds bad but I mean honestly people walk up and you know tap each other on the shoulder or I mean I've had women come up to me after comedy shows and kissing me on the cheek or a a a a. a comedian walked in one time. I was in the green room and I mean I have a bald head. I shaved my head. People are constantly rubbing my head and going just need a little good luck. I mean there's technically unconstitional touching that happens all the time in our society and I think that I think that Among friends it's more generally accepted that I guess more touching would be just generally allowed and I don't mean kissing or sexual groping or anything of that nature. I mean you know if your best friend just walks up and puts their arm around you while you're talking. I think that's more acceptable than just a stranger. Walking up throwing their arm around you. You're like who are you? Why are you touching me? What's going on right so I think that's why this matters and I think that that you saying on facebook. We were not friends and you said that a couple of you said you were not friends right but that contradicts the messages. You sent him in which you call him a friend on multiple occasions what I have written in a blog post where it's called like hello friend and I said. Hey we've never met but I've already determined that we're friends because even if we hate each other I'll still think that you're my friend because of the way that I find the word friend when I go through and define how I define the word friends understood having a are we at a friendship level that you know like the way that all of America and all of the world considers. Who's your who's your acquaintance. This man was an acquaintance I had spent three and a half hours of like essentially just pouring a bunch of PTSD trauma help at him. That's not like who's your mom. Where'd you grow up like? I don't know anything about this DUDE I. I was helping him as a as somebody who has a podcast on recovery whenever he was undergoing a trauma because some political ended it just said. I'm not well. He's not welcome to knock on doors for me okay. Let me let me Chime in here and I thought that sounded horrible. We'll let me let me chime in here. He feels that you you saying what you just said is dehumanizing and let me explain why because you sit place quote which thing you mean whenever you just said. I thought that helping this dude the you do. That is separating and sort of de legitimizing. Your friendship is that he calls it by the way because you sit with for three and a half hours and help him through trauma you invited to your friendship. I didn't amount stopping there again again again. I'm I have my fingers up and I'm going to be counting through some things but you're chiming in jumping into talk over me. That's not going to be helpful. You're acting like that's the whole of my argument. Rebecca I I have never held the position that speaking with someone for three hours equates a friendship. I have never done that. But your message with with Dave your relationship however you WanNa call it. You're acquaintanceship has lasted for quite a while it's been several months of texting of messaging of speaking on the phone talking in person. You invited him to canvas or door knock. You invited him to go to. I don't know who the invitation was extended to or from. But you guys were going to go to a porn film festival together and you invited him to a party and Tacoma Washington. I think any reasonable individual would from the outside would look at that and say yeah. That's a developing friendship. So I think I don't agree with you at all. That was all business material. He was gone. We were talking about. When did I talked to him on the phone? It was because he was getting invited to go to our podcast. That's the only reason that I talked to him on the phone. We weren't like chatting about friends stuff that was business. Shit that's a business relationship. Okay but what? I'm getting it when I'm talking about. The dehumanizing is when when he feels that he has poured his heart out to you. He has confided in you. You have given him tools to help overcome. Ptsd and deal with his trauma. He feels closeness to you. He feels a connection with you in a way that he calls you friend so when you turn around and say I was GonNa help this dude he. That's that's offensive to him. He feels like you're now downplaying in minimizing the connection. You guys had and believe it or not. When he gets through his whole video he gets angry too and he gets upset too but in the end of his video he says I missed that friendship. I miss our conversations. That's hurtful does it matter. Does it matter to you? Only podcast? No no no no no. You talked about. His trauma talked to my friends. About podcast my podcast. No doubt no. Rebecca I'm talking about. I'm talking about the U helping him through his trauma and printing out things for him and giving him tools.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Does go back to this. Normalization the numbing effect in the acceptance of things that are not acceptable. And so it's interesting that we're talking about it now. I'm GONNA give homicide life on the street. I gave him a little knock on wood to give them a high mark now. They had an episode. Detective had suppressed this for years but he confessed to his partner. In a moment of it was It was having a tough time of the case and he told him that he had been molested as a child by his uncle. And he said I told my father and my father looked at me and said why are you lying and he it perfectly Kyle. Sikora that much different job and he said because it was an inconvenience and that is so true. Rebecca people don't WanNA recognize it because you're going to cause a rift. This one will talk to. May discipline will be this. Is your trial even animals. Can you imagine trying to? I've seen it with Buffalo's they got a little one. You just don't even look in that direction than other types of animals. If they're young or around they're gonNA tear you to shreds. Just stay away. Even they have more sense than US humans at times. It's like protect your kids. Yes this is so crucial and we seem to just be letting things happen instead of stepping up when we need to and yeah we just are a leading other things sort of step in place so for example social media were bringing in to sort of allow the attention span to be directed so that our attention can be focused on something else instead of going out and playing with our children are or whatever I mean. They're safes that are being misdirected. With just if they were put in the right direction we could prevent a lot of things from happening in the first place. I think will you. That's right there. The other problem is there is such a wide connection with this web now and I think it was a perfect description because these like kinds connect with each other and now you have a conspiracy going on and they can trade information. They can teach each other. If you will and it's like this is what we need but I mean we also grow in so many other positive ways from the Web GonNa take the good with the bad but on the other hand people. I think on a larger problem. you're saying about the computer you know what I was a kid. We would sit outside in the summer and the neighbors would talk and the kids play. Everybody's inside on their computer or or they're looking down at the box and they just as we're saying the prostitution problem slash human trafficking and they see it but if it doesn't affect them they don't care people don't reach out to their neighbors like they once did. I mean it used to be if you knew you had elderly neighbor if it was bad weather. Go take care of them. Make sure they're OK. They want shopping. Johnny on the spot go in there and help them make stuff inside the house you know but today it's like here's the dividing line. This is my side that you're so it's like okay. We need to get clubs. This is true and I can tell you. Even in some circles certain professions you still have these segregated groups and I can tell you that even in one that I was in I made it a point to still wave at other people and say hi and want the camaraderie even if they were saying though we're kind of still in our own world over here and he was like no. We're all on the same team right. I even noticed that in the police department the last couple of years. Because I I would be doing different assignments in monitoring calls and somebody would get a call for a hot call. That was very dangerous. And there's no backup. Nobody's jumping on the radio. This factor would actually have to assign. It's like what happened in my day. You got a call like that the whole squads goaling no matter what. You're not supposed to euros for everybody is going to be there. You know it's like OSCO. Why are we having these divisions? This is crazy. Yes and what you're seeing is right there divisions why and it's it's widespread is not one particular segment of society. It is all over. So we see the divisions in things being pitted against each other and just is kind of like. Let's you know the phrase. Why can't we all get along but really? Why can't we hyphen referred to the sandbox? Likely new and I were growing up where we got along. Anyway we we can hash it out and then just move on and get back in the sandbox and play with her toys for the problem. I think people have taken on more than they can handle so they gotta work two three jobs every mother filers where everybody's working when I grow up the mother's home and that was not. I'm not saying that that's the way it was supposed to be. But in some cases that's just the way it was an people just seemed like they. I mean you could still do the same thing with both working. It just seems like they WanNa have more as we always heard growing up keeping up with the Joneses and it's like okay. He got a bigger car. Now get a bigger car and what it's like. No be happy to put food on the table that you have the roof and let it go at that but now people just keep going for the bigger carrot and then the bigger Karen is and the funny thing about that. Is You get the bigger carrot and within the few years that you have it the devaluation of that product it just it goes either through lack of maintenance or just it seems just evaluate buying a car. You drive it off the lot and you're GONNA lose a lot of money just in that in itself but so let me ask you. What have you got going these days because you are just rock and all the time you don't stop you keep pushing. Yeah one of the catchphrases had the bottom of my book is good is enemy of great. It's not mine. I heard that somewhere along the way but I live that because it's like you always hear people say that's not good enough. It's like no be great. Keep GOING KEEP DIGGING. The book right now is keeping me very busy because it's not gonna be a best seller because it's a niche audience. But it's getting talk in the industry because of its content. And here's a quick picture of it what it was real. And the reason is Bob Backlash Against Greg. Valentine February nineteenth nineteen seventy nine in Madison Square Garden. And the reason. It's getting the talk. It's because you know if that's what it meant to people it was important and I don't not today's product I don't degrade what anybody does. It was different than as he just like. We're talking about the web. We didn't have that back then so this could be innocent. You could exchange information quickly like you can on the web. Today they tell you in the locker room. What the heck's going to be televisions they actually have to lock that down. So it's like man information leaks all over the place but we didn't even have sharing because unless buddy was a friend. See like in Bulk Austin and in those days long distance calls. Your parents would clobber. You'll be made a long distance call because it was a it didn't talk to people may the letter but by the time he got the letter. You've already seen your show in your town. So were didn't travel so it was able to be kept presented. His real we knew from day one. My mother would tell me you know it's this. It's that it's like mom. Just let me enjoy it okay. And they're going to tell you. Marcus Welby is not a doctor tonight. When you watch it okay just let me enjoy it and we could suspend our belief. The blood was always real. The BECCA absolutely one hundred percent and in fact there was a show that I attended one time and it was like a God bless Lulu. Alberto he was in Super Mario brothers and Lou was in a lot of movies but he was a famous manager more so than wrestler and he was a leader. He didn't care it would do it. So we it was a match she was wrestling Bruno Sammartino and it was right before intermission. So friend of mine and I we go down to the ring after the matches like this Israel bottoming look at all the way to the dressing room and has like Wilma. Seem like were demented. Because when somebody you did something to one of our favorites it was like family. And there's store Nikola would tell me stories. He says sometimes they slash all four tires out the park blocks away because people attack me and they will stop in Italy but we believe it. We cared about it today. They watch it. They laugh like you went to the movies. And you go home now. You'll like a star Trek Person Batman which I'm a big fan of sixty six people like that you're into it you're deeper and that's what this was today's product it's wrestling but I don't think you carry what we carried when people. Watch this still talk that I've been in so many circles and not just Like you say acting a police work but go to a doctor's office they find that about wrestling man they just pour out about it go to lower boom. They're talking about wrestling. It's touched so many people and it's meant so much to so many people that's the difference. I love it I absolutely love it so we definitely WanNa get the audience to take a peek. At what you're doing now and get a copy of your book or can they find it. It is a Crowbar Press Dot Com C. R. O. W. B. A. R. Wallwork Crowbar Press Dot Com Scott -til is the publisher and the editor. He did of magnesium deficient job. And because I wrote in police killers so he's an Akita. This is never gonNA sell. I'll edit it as okay Scott. But he's done over two hundred books. He is a master and the thing. It's hard for people to see but what he did. I didn't know that he was going to do this. He put these little With our advertisement newspaper ADS. And there's not one for each story but one it applies it. It's there it is. I could see that one. It applies to what you're reading about all that page and I just loved because that was I have a collection but they all came from him and it was like when I got the cards that were advertising the book and I'm like two hundred twenty six images. I didn't give that many pictures. I'm thinking man. I don't want copyright problems. Scott and then I got the book and it's like Oh these newspaper ads. That's wonderful so it's really great. Yes on the site itself The layout of your book there is really Nice as well. Crowbar Did a fabulous job he sells. I don't handle it because I don't want any tax trouble with the state or whatever it's like Scott you handle. Give me the paperwork at the end of the air and also admitted that. That's IT I don't want to cause people say well. Why don't you give me a copy as I don't have copied again? It's kind of like when I joined the acting. Use People. Use The bug me to be in this project and it's like you know after a while you can only do so many of those no a or low pay and it's like that's it. I'm this called show business not show fun. I make money this now. Okay so if you've got a legit project give me a Holler or call the agent boom but So that was nice to put that shield up so now I don't have to be bad guy I all I can say. I can't US sometimes you but you know how it goes. Yeah that's absolutely ballistic until you know that as well. Rebecca I do. I absolutely do. And it's becoming more and more common. That people are wanting this entitlement. Don't get something.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Court Junkie

"My Name's Rebecca I grew up in Batavia Ohio Which is near Cincinnati whenever someone asks her in from always say Cincinnati? No one's going to able to find Batavia on a map at the very small small community I love it. I mean it's been my only home. I now work in the community unity. I work for children's services Four Clermont County Which is the job that I've had for about a year and a half? It's January sixteenth. Two Two thousand twenty and I'm talking to Rebecca more on skype audio Rebecca's describing for me her hometown of Batavia Ohio as well as her upbringing bringing but growing up was a little different My parents got divorced six months old so just never knew what it was like to really have married parents parents which was really fine for me because I didn't know the difference But also my parents co parented really well like they should have been like the poster child for like divorced and it was just great My mom was more like strict Monday through Friday. Made sure sure I had all my basic needs met Just kinda mom and then. My Dad was like my son weekend that he worked. The COP so schedule was really really weird so whenever I was with my dad actually at my grandparents and so my grandparents how to really big role of raising me I was with them almost every weekend and which is just something that I look back on now They are family was just pretty simple. especially for the first part of my life and we just the power team and There weren't really any big issues when recalling what it was like for her growing up. Rebecca speaks fondly of both of her parents. Sonia Sonja and Michael. Her Mom was her rock and her dad was a phenomenal father to her. A man who truly doted on his daughter he was a Warren County. Johny Sheriff's deputy and although he worked a lot he always made time for her. We just had a lot of fun like the place that has condo and Mason and there was a gas station about a mile away and so we used to go and take his truck and go sit on the Better the truck and eat ice cream together. That was something that we you did almost weekly And just like small little memories like that. Where like no like my dad like really tried to make sure I had everything I could And Dan treated me as if I was adult and not just like a child that could understand. Thank you always tried to explain things and try to give life lessons from as early early if I can't remember. Rebecca was an only child although she would inherit some step siblings a little later in life after her parents divorced when she was really young her dad remarried twice once when she was about five or six and then again a few years later her mom would remarry too but not until does she was thirteen. It was actually that year when she was thirteen years old and just two months after her mom had gotten remarried to her now. Stepdad ad when everything in Rebecca's world would change. It was the summer of two thousand nine. She was with her youth group for Church and they had gone up to Cedar Point for an overnight trip on their way back in the twelve passenger church Van. Her youth pastor suddenly instructed them all to turn turnover their cell phones he then turned off the radio and told them to just talk amongst themselves for the rest of the trip. And so we you get back to the church and all of the parents are like huddled together and I see my mom just sobbing. And I'm like Oh no Because my mom dad has been sick my whole life and so I just automatically assume that something had happened to My GRANDPA and so they said we're about everyone needs to stay in a couple of like my mom was crying and I want to get out of the Van Dyke staying here for a second. We'll come get you so my pastor went and talked to my mom for a few minutes and they came and got me We walked into the church. And I mean I think it really explains my mom. She just sat me down and said Rebecca last night. Your grandparents were murdered in your Dabbagh shot on a burglary. Rebecca had just received the worst news of her life her grandparents Warren and Maj more had been murdered and her dad had been shot in a burglary as she tried to process what her mom was telling her. She had so many questions what had happened. Where was this her father and would he be okay? This is Jillian. And you're listening to court Junkie Episode Ninety nine take less night. I ordered food from my favorite restaurant just by talking to a speaker in my living room. We're living in some pretty amazing times but one thing remains the same the way in which we call her our hair career options. You can go to a salon. 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Set Up Your Free Demo and get your free guide. Today at nut sweep dot com slash lash court net sweet dot com slash court. And so what are some of your favorite childhood memories so I know you were talking about going over to your dad's house with grandparents. But what are some of the things you remember both the by your grandparents and your dad and mom and all that stuff so I think the biggest thing with my the parents is they always did like a joint birthday party for me and it was always the best day of the year for me They run it out like an the ice skating rink and a bowling alley and movie theater and like always be very large birthday parties. especially because my birthday. I'm going five days before Christmas. So they always wanted to make a really big deal and just I mean it was awesome. All my friends are jealous and it was just so fun And my friends still park both parties. I think that's where my parents were really could come together. And love may very well And they never fought in front of me Any discussion that they had about me with always always done privately. Which is something that I love especially with my work now or I see parents just fighting in front of kids all the time like? That's such a traumatic thing that you can put on your kid So my parents just did a great job of keeping that separate And then as far as the grandparents We just had like routine though. My grandma had multiple sclerosis so she was home all the time And I got my love of cooking from her for sure We.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"One death breath and dying to breast cancer and all cancer three flying. Whenever I fly I always always sit next to my son. And so far. He's okay with that. But if there's any kind of turbulence or I start to get a little bit white knuckled he just sort of looks over smiles just a just just a grin for that. I'm messing up. My kid in my birth father's black was black. Lucky died in two thousand ten and I met him When I was probably twenty two or twenty three and so we had a brief relationship and It got very intense very quickly for me and I needed to do my life and when I was ready to reconnect after I had a son he died. It's a regret that I live with We were each other's soul black relatives. You know that that we had In the world and we needed each other in a very very In a in a very visceral sense and he to me I thought him coming into my life would be a lot easier and it felt I panicked. I didn't know how to suddenly be his daughter and I have to. I have have to have to be very mindful to not overcompensate the other day We were talking about because now we're looking at high schools and what's really important for me. And I think should be important for any parent regardless of race and ethnicity that they have teachers and role models of color and my son said was. Why do I need to have necessarily all black and people of Color as role models. I said well because if you have have only white role models you'll grow up thinking that the best thing to do and be is white and and he said but I see a lot of you know role models models of color and I said name three and he said our friend a miss our friend Karen and you and the next day I said to my husband I said. I don't think I realized that I'm enough for my son. Five being able to feel the feeling of missing people. I love after I die. Six nuclear war just mushroom and everybody's gone seven seven masses of moving insects eight. The Ocean nine the dentist ten losing my mind. Did you ever see that movie phenomenon on with John Travolta in curious. Edrich in which he just starts to get more and more brilliant every day like he can. He can suddenly solve the Rubik's cube. And you know right operas. And it is revealed that the reason he becomes brilliant more and more every day as because he's dying so. I also think about that that oh I mean I feel like I'm getting more only because my mind's about ought to fact my name is Rebecca Carol and these are tempings that's coming. Rebecca Carroll is cultural critic and editor of special projects at WNYC radio. She told us that she met her husband on a subway platform in Brooklyn while he was on his way to a conference on race and social policy and a year later you. He proposed to her on that same platform. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl. Daniel game at Odell Reuben. Dan Sarah Sandbox.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"So there's a show called Steven Universe it's on cartoon network might have heard of it. It's a very special show. It's about a boy named Steven. He's about eleven years old on show starts. He lives in a seaside town with his dad. Pretty early on Stephen realizes that there's something about him that special. He's half human half jam gems in the world of Steven. Universe are these beings from another planet that have superpowers and most of them want to destroy destroy earth but three of them want to save it so together. Stephen and the three gems fight too well to save the world but the show is about more than fight for earth's future. It's about more than just Stephen to it explores the town. He's growing up in it. Profiles profiles of the Guy who makes pizza. It follows a child who is an onion very special show. The whole thing is created by Rebecca Sugar. Rebecca doc is a veteran animator who also worked on the acclaimed cartoon network show adventure time. Her work on both shows have earned her six emmy awards anyway. Anyway there has been a lot happening in Steven Universe world. This past September saw the release of the Steven Universe movie and an accompanying soundtrack. Many of the songs things were written and composed by Rebecca Cartoon Network also just kicked off a special epilogue series for the show. It's called Steven Universe Future. It's airing now now. And by the way. One Note Rebecca identifies as a non binary woman and she uses both she her and they them pronouns. She's very chill about it. What whatever you prefer anyway? Let's take a listen to a little bit from Steven Universe. The movie in IT Stephen has decided to follow a new gemstone friend named to spin onto a far off planet. His late mother pink diamond enjoyed visiting spinal. Used to be pink diamonds playmate in this clip. Tell Stephen an important part heart of pinks backstory. This was our garden. A special world built just for pink and I pink with Saloon. Lean sad but not here he we would play for hours.

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

16:30 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to Rebecca Sounds Reveille what a- show today is going to provide excitement for you because I have someone who is on the verge urge of just exploding in the industry of entertainment. I've gotTa tell you. She has been a professor in business communications in Radio Broadcasting Casting. She has had an unprecedented example of academic discipline and has been a model for making a difference in education and the community beyond that she has served as a facilitator provided community workshops and she has covered such as communication occasion. Bullying is ICAL and verbal abuse. Oh Yeah and you know these topics that I love to talk about. Why because it's so important Porton to address these things no matter what age affected listening skills and conflict management? This variety tells tells you and others the ability that she has to transport it a transform orm not only her skills but the lives of others. That really can make these things make difference and I just really excited about the things things that she does. She has taken this from college. Campus in community to making this go on screen and this is really important because as an actor and a producer is to life and really provide depth to certain characters in plots in in a film is really essential to our that what is coming across the screen. What is being heard across? The screen is is true to life so that it can make a difference and this is exactly what she's doing. Receive Your Ma from the University of Arkansas a BA from University of Arkansas. Szott Little Rock. She's a member of a number of associations and while she is the recipient of the WHO's who among students in universities universities and colleges award. I've got to tell you. This woman is bursting at the seams on the go and on the horizon of of making a difference in a number of areas. And I've got her with me today. Terry Kathryn Jones is with me. Welcome to the show Terry Becky so much for back. Wow what introduction. Thank you so much. Oh my gosh you walk. You have things going on. And I've gotTa tell you you you are really making a difference because you take in the things that are so necessary in transforming what it has has been so watered down and lost in the social world that we live in and not only that but in in the home and this is so important because all of this in our society goes back to entertainment. What's going on in on television right and this is our home and so was happening on? TV and entertainment has been reflected in the behavior her of children in teenagers and an adult. And they're thinking that this is the way were supposed to behave away worse of treat another not so and you're making a difference by taking all of those things and putting into action on screen and I love it. Well thank you so much much more on deadly tried to make my mark in community Whether it's in the classroom or outside in the community because something I'm very passionate about. I think reporting for to bring the awareness to make change possible so see a lot of work to do but if I can make a change in one person's accomplish something great absolutely love that because that's how I've always felt people say oh you want to change the world. Then that's kind of a pipe dream and I say if I could make the difference in one one person's life really that is something yes yet. There's such a ripple effect from that and generational effects from this so doing what we do is amazing. But I've gotTa tell you you're one hot chick and your Holly and your pictures are stunning. So you've got a lot going on with your career because not only are you intelligent and you're driven with the right the right credentials and the purity of heart and you're taking taking this You've got the beauty to go ride with this. This is absolutely incredible. Thank you so very much. I really appreciate how you how you went from the meeting to moving this into the film in entertainment industry. Well you know I have always had this big trading of doing two things one. I wanted to be on television. Dan and I wanted to teach ever since probably like five or six and this is something I've always dreamed in ourselves to have seeing this contract for Russian with teaching acting. It's it's a weird combination of too but If I'm able able to use this fact warrant do something positive. I kind of have it teaching aspect into the acting or modeling and so on so it feels really good and it's a long and you've been on a number of commercials and appeared across the United States and the VPN hosted A nationally syndicated radio show that medical quiz show. So there's a lot that you have done. Um I'm how did you like being the host of the show a lot of fun. You now I think it's so important for every once. Do something that you love us. Because I don't like you're going to be miserable in your work as you the work which produces not going to be quality right so I'm always interested in health in solid metal. Chris show was this really funny game show but it had the huge health. Contact you it. You know like eating eating right exercising sort of thing that a lot of funny jokes on with with when it comes to medicine so I'm sorry I'm definitely interested in help and also I enjoyed it was love At jump this is so needs I love it is so did you go from college. Did you host your show l. from the Arkansas area. And or did you. Then go from Arkansas. Go to Hollywood and start your show there and start doing commercial work. How did this come about for you? Also have agent in Arkansas. That was working with while in college Who the end is many commercials? Se possibly could which. I'm so grateful. Thank you very much Out there you're listening and watching some yes. I work with this amazing talent agent in Arkansas. Who actually just gave me a boys? Game face as far as Union uh-huh and while I was working for a my Undergraduate which is in a communication mass media. Excuse me mass has media mass communication and on while I was studying I was able approach to escape. Shot of vodka. He was Audubon. How it came about is is quite a story so I have an uncle who is in the entertainment business business? Who lived in Nashville Tennessee? And he mows studio to Arkansas. He was working with Searle. Different people in the entertainment industry in Arkansas and he has friends who have friends who was stopped her Who wants let's do? This game shows he had been on TV four once a week. Estimates Dr WHO's a neurosurgeon in Arkansas? In the opposite the segment on television and he was approached by someone. Can you WANNA do this on Radio Zet shore in. So they're using the spiced faced record Might be. She's studying to be on television on radio. She's got a lot of energy will be perfect for the show. So that's how it acts actually started so So I have to give credit to all my family so to speak so yeah so So I I graduated and started teaching in Always wanted so able to do the television auction will you. Sentencing is really important and I want the audience to really pick up on on this because one of the things. oftentimes we feel that were swimming alone. In pursuing suing are Jimmy and even when we have a support system sometimes. We feel that we have to do it alone. But it's really essential. They support system. Yes in all of the things in the things that you teach also whether it's for your career whether it's conflict resolution. All of the things relationships are important. Exactly ah you're exactly right. It's important for us. Just never toy first of all our dreams on. This was a dream of mine since I was very young and I decided to make this Transition from Arkansas lived in Arkansas and ONS teaching in Ohio and still California's words at our relations. Ah So here I am so grateful and you know what I actually think Rebecca I think. Why did I do this lot sooner? That's that's how I feel years a few years ago but I just it takes courage to mow specially to city. Anyway coming from Arkansas. Now we'll well. What does that say right behind you? What is that? You've got to cool things going on. Thank you so much. It's the law of attraction So yet she's gone. They Wanna she created a life. She loved that. I'm a work in progress in trying to keep these words around me as a reminder like Going never get. Ah unresistant that you really want to do. That's what I want to tell everyone out there. If you have a drink do you that drink. You never give up. Keep going keep working. Surround yourself with People Positive Energy in that means that some relationships have Korokin. Unfortunately that's the result at That may be that's blocking you from achieving your goal all so negative negative people negative energy getting away from you focus on your work and you will see your rents hunter. It is so true. I you know it is amazing that you say that because often we don't think of those things we tend to want. WanNa hold on to things and this is gonNA sound really kind of not so good the way I say this but this is the way it is. We tend to hold onto things that we don't need so things we just don't we need to. We need to donate it. We need to throw it away because it's not what we're using in our life or helping us to move in a direction that we wanna go anymore and we can replace that with things that we we are using the makes us happy is yes he yes you are absolutely right you know. There's a book I I have read the book many times. I've seen the video shows you and your viewers. This has changed my life. Everyone has at over. That ain't in I don't WanNa get into Don't want to offend anybody. I don't want to say the wrong book on but this was very heavily inspired fired by on a very popular book but there was a book called the secret. Army from Yes it is amazing. I'm sure did. Did you feel like your life was after reading this focusing or staying the video art community hills. I have this yes it's true. I have applied that. Walk to my life. I wish I had discovered this knowledge. Alas sooner it was interesting that you bring up Terry is a book because this is something we don't tend to do anymore is take a book in our hand and read it and there's something different about actually physically taking a bach versus reading it online. Line there's something that registers in the brain differently in my opinion when you're holding it feeling it touching their senses that are involved with smelling the pages of the book turning the pages there's more senses involved in what happens digitally and I will tell you when I started on my own own journey. It was books self help books that changed my world. It was searching for secret. Doesn't feel great once you just you applying it like this the best thing. Yes I know what you yes. I think the biggest thing is when you go. Okay gotTa look at me and I got. I got to work on that hat but once you do. Oh man girl you can just take the bull by the horns and you can just walk everything that's going on and that's exactly exactly what you're doing you went on to do all kinds of stuff and you're doing even more and I got to. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa plug you a whole bunch of times you've got to share your website. 'cause you're picked you just go to the website you just want to look at the pictures are pretty me it because that is very good tell you I mean just pictures along can be inspirational you go. I want to do that. I WanNa be like her. She's got it and you're an inspiration to a lot of women who could say you know what I can do that too and then you get to check heck the other stories in your biography at which and this is incredible so we share with the viewers. I know what your website is what I want you to share it. Yes yes oh please. Everyone push to a website. It's TEAR CATHERINE DOT com. It's T. E. R. R.. I C. H. E. R. E. DOT COM..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"If you missed that one, go back. Listen to it right now, so incredible. And in the intro for that one, we mentioned that we hadn't had a lot of critics on and we asked for responses and our inbox was flooded, sir. I actually didn't remember that. I had said that in the episode and I thought maybe like the national art cricket, etc. Had like encouraged their members to flash mob bus. No, we did ask people the Email and a lot of them dead great suggestions were three hundred episodes in a lot of the people we originally had thought of to have on the show, have been on the show, and we want to hear from you the listeners, Hugh, who you would like to hear and why. Where can people send those mice? Send us a note to podcast at long-form dot org goes to me and Erin and Evan. And yeah, let us know he want to hear on the show. We'll, we will try to reply, but even if we don't, we appreciate it. And we keep big lists. Erin and I are terrible. We're bad people who don't respond to emails, but we do tape podcast with the people who are recommended, so it all comes out even in the end. Thank you to all of the listeners. Next, who is on the show that this week, this week on the show, Rebecca trader bike trader is a writer in New York magazine. She's written fort several other places. She writes about women in America. Remember when we tried to not have a back to back shows from the same publication. Yeah. Yeah. The life get lay light. Life gets complicated life. It's you fast. Well, this was this was the right week to talk to Rebecca. She's got a book out this week Tober second called good mad, and it's a history of sensually women's anger and Howard has sparked social change. It is the actual thing behind lots of big historical moments that we don't totally acknowledge were spawned by women's anger. Another piece of context for this interview is that we scheduled it weeks ago. But it was scheduled for eleven thirty AM on Friday morning, September twenty eighth for people listening to this deep in the future. The Cavanaugh hearings for the supreme court were on Thursday, and the vote was scheduled for Friday. Yes. So when Rebecca I walked in the studio to Lennon thirty in the morning on Friday. The assumption at that point was that Cavanaugh was going to be sent out a committee confirmed over the weekend and that this deal was done. Rebecca had written a column about at the night before and and essentially it was like post mortem time. And then when we walked out of the studio, we were told that Jeff flake had flipped his position and was demanding a FBI investigation at the story wasn't quite over yet. So this is like a little time capsule from this brief moment where it seemed like the common nothing was done and it felt like a real honor to talk to her. And I think we've done we've done follow ups before when news is intervene, but I don't think we've. I've ever had the same day. Follow up potential. Yeah. Yeah, it was. Yeah, like fifteen minute later epilogue, but we didn't do that. And yeah, good in Matt as the new book. I've been off the grid this week. I was in out of the country, didn't have data sim, and I was really enjoying reading Email newsletters, the the slow, the slow content of the modern world max. If you starting an Email newsletter, where would you do? I would start a male chimp, but I'm going to tell you no one wants an Email newsletter for me. I think you should start in his letter. Okay. Let's let's talk about that off air. I've got some ideas, but it will definitely definitely be on male champ. We appreciate their support here is max and Rebecca tracer..

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"rebecca i" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca i" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"How would you wait. Where the league has. Has landed. They have to twenty years. You mentioned the sellout crowds? I did the games I was. I was Rebecca Lobo before Rebecca. Lobo. I did the game. I didn't do it. I didn't do it as I didn't do it as eloquently as you do it. I got myself in trouble a lot by saints and things. And I would say things just to be funny and Tim Corrigan our producer would be shouting in my ear, shut the hell up. Nobody wants to hear about where you had dinner. And I thought, why if I tell tells everybody where he had dinner. Or I would complain about something. I don't know. So you do it a lot better than I did, but now that you're doing these games and you think back. So for people that didn't see the games back then and our WNBA fans. Now, what's the biggest difference. The biggest difference is the level of place so much better now because remember the first two years of the WNBA there was also the other professional league that played in the wintertime, and that was the AP l. and they got a lot of the top talent. And so the talent was split those first couple of years of the league and and not consolidated in one place and you know, and I want, you know, the WNBA started with eighteen at one point. It got up to sixteen teams. Now it's it's been settled at twelve teams for for quite a few years. The level of play on the court phenomenal this year is the best best we've had in the history of the league in terms of the competitive edge from teams won twelve previous two years. We, we had great seasons. The the LA sparks from the Minnesota lynx where the top teams from the first week of the season on and then they matched up in the playoffs. This year, there hasn't been that separation of one or two teams out of kinda run away with it. Whereabouts embark on. On our playoffs and a couple of weeks on August pointy, I, I believe is the first playoff they, but the the the competition night in night out the level of skill on the four night in night out is the best it's ever been. It's really, really been a fun season to cover. And having said that. The. How's how healthy is the league in terms of attendance and. Being able to whatever the next step is, which after twenty years, no women's professional league is ever lasted this long and to be still going strong. What's the next step if you were, if you were given the title czar of the WNBA, what what is the next few steps that that you could envision the league taking. Why I still this season that there's been a bit of a groundswell. And I think that the league is on the brink. I don't know how long know how big that break is. I don't know if it's within a year or five years, but it's the first time for me is felt like a WNBA at a place where a broader cultural cultural way, feeling like it's cool to be a fan of it..

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