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Kelly Reichardt  First Cow

Filmspotting

05:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Kelly Reichardt First Cow

"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms I mean I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and Questions to ask as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and You know running through out the new the but It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. Some world message or cheek I World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.

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Recovery Dharma with Josh Rychert

The Addicted Mind Podcast

08:35 min | 6 months ago

Recovery Dharma with Josh Rychert

"Already everybody. Welcome to the addicted. Mind my guest. Today is Josh Reichert. And he's GonNa Talk About Recovery Dharma Mindfulness Buddhism and Addiction. Josh you introduce yourself sure. Dwayne so I'm Josh Reicher. I'm in Idaho right now. I've been involved with Boise's recovery Dharma community or Gosh. It's been since two thousand fourteen now recovery Dharma under that name just kind of came into being within the last year our meetings. We called ourselves refuge recovery for a long time which is something very similar to recovery. Dharma but there were some name changes wits and the recovery path. So that's another story anyway. So Recovery Dharma. It's just an addiction recovery. Peer Support Group meetings all over. The Nation uses Buddhism. The four noble truths the eightfold path says a way to structure recovery for individuals. My personal story is in a recovery began back in nineteen ninety five the involved with twelve step groups issues with alcohol use disorder after that initial several years many years recovery from drinking eventually found myself a moving away from twelve steps and developing an interest in meditation and subsequently the use of meditation to help myself with some depression and then eventually kind of rediscovered the need in my life to have a recovery community and I just sort of fell into this Buddhist addiction recovery path under the name of refuge recovery. The person that started refuge recovery in Boise was a a young man who had kind of be framed raided a local Buddhist teacher while he was in jail and this was really early in refuge. Recovery's history back in two thousand fourteen little before a book was published but in any event so that was when Boise's refuge recovery committee meetings got started but Boise I'm guessing the path of Boise's recovery Dharma is similar to what it's been in other communities in the starting out as refuge recovery small groups with some alliance with other groups through an online presence. Really so it sounds like you started going to the twelfth. Step you're getting in recovery and you started looking at mindfulness in Buddhism and somehow it spoke to you what was it about it that for you helped you the most mostly that it was something that recognized by individual will capacity to have a life wear compulsions addictions were not the focus of my life. But still where I recognized that that was sort of a risk for me so it was a chance to identify with a recovery path. That didn't identify with the addiction. So I was one of the challenges with the twelve step program was an identification and even a sense of bonding that comes through emphasizing the actual activity or substance and as I saw this capacity for mindfulness to teach me to be aware of my present moment experience kind of thought. Wow My present moment experience that I want is the experience of you know seeing the world clearly being able to participate in life and just kind of being alive and being happy and at the same time recognizing that I do have certain kinds of risks my wellness so is very much. This idea that here's a spiritual path. It uses mindfulness and meditation. It recognizes addiction is a risk but it addresses the recovery from addiction. As what's happening right now in my life as live rather than a focus on a past behavior or an identification with a set of behaviors for the purpose of detaining recovery so very in the present moment yeah present moment with an awareness that the challenges that take me away from the present moment are somewhat associated with cravings and addictions in in a very general sense you know after the initial concerns with a compulsive or addictive behavior are addressed. Then it's just you know living light and knowing there's a tendency for that kind of behavior and you present moment. Awareness is where that ability to stay at a recovery is exercised definitely agree with that. I love mindfulness. It's a big part of my life and it brings you to that space where you can kind of be in that moment and just accept all sides of it and it's just there without having to necessarily react to it and for a lot of people in recovery. There aren't options that are put in front of them at the very beginning. I work in Behavioral Health Hospital and primarily when patients with various kinds of addictions are given referrals referred directly to twelve step based recovery programs. And I know from experience that many people don't resonate with that so having this additional option is really valuable in addition to have it. Be something where it's an alternative to the need to rely on a higher power and alternative to. Let's see other word that I really like something that recognizes a modern incarnation of our knowledge about recovery. The mindfulness aspect of things has been scientifically validated very thoroughly through studies and both with dealing with cravings being able to be with the discomfort of a craving and sit through that as well as the practice of when those cravings have lessened to be able to really thrive in the moment and no longer half those cravings be the focus and no longer have the fear of past be something that's in the forefront of awareness so he can give people an alternative if they don't necessarily resonate with twelve step. This might be alternative that they could use that would fit for them. Definitely not just an alternative frequently to supplement for people. I think people will look at recovery. Dharma as a way to practice medication and learn about meditation as a supplement to what is part of the eleventh step in the twelve step programs. Were Meditation as emphasized and not really well described how to practice it. So there's people in Recovery Dharma certain use it as a supplement as well so they can complement each other very much. So tell me a little bit of Abou- Recovery Dharma and what does Dharma me for people out there that don't know what that term means. Can you explain that? So at the beginning of the recovery dormant meetings. There's a couple of readings that people go through that. We kind of like entrusted meetings. Were they read the twelve steps the twelve traditions and the preamble. One of them that we read is called the practice and recovery. Dharma is kind of broken down into a couple of general categories. One is the practice of meditation and then attending recovery meetings. And then there's this need to continue to study Buddhism. You know in kind of an almost formal way where. Maybe there's a study of Buddhist teachings some books or an association with teachers outside of recovery. Dharma Dharma often is the word used to describe the teachings of Buddhism. On but more broadly it can be described as a sense of truth or a clear understanding of reality or teachings that are kind of wise and bring people into a sense of health and wellbeing and inability to connect with the world so it has less to do with a dogma of Buddhism although that's frequently how it's used and it has more to do with all right. Is there information in the world? That's going to help me be in recovery and live a decent life information. That's reliable that comes from trusted teachers friends. Maybe even from nature you know. It's just a sense of the truth. That's reliable and yet is part of my own personal experience and not something that say fed to dogmatic way

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"reicher" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"reicher" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And ten months making one twenty two ninety to one hundred counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream case ready. Three to why Fabulous Kit Reicher is into it to say the least well done you guys is. That's absolutely fun. Well that's exactly what happens. That's the sound you heard. Did you hear the sound. Seven years ago they started process thirty five years old when they were twenty eight. They started where you most people can't think seven minutes out most of you can't go seven seven minutes without checking your phone three times which you have no idea where your money's going one. One definition of maturity is learning to delay pleasure the ability to increase your attention span the ability to look further into the future and see where short-term sacrifices will take you the ability to delay pleasure. No discipline seems pleasant at the time but it yields a harvest of righteousness. The Bible says what are you going to what what a great story seven years of spreadsheets but their thirty five and there are three three hundred thousand dollar home in Indianapolis is paid for. What are you GONNA do?.

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Death Stranding Review

Giant Beastcast

09:10 min | 10 months ago

Death Stranding Review

"I'm I also finished thing at about three thirty in the morning last night and I played maybe two probably two or three hours I'd say and then I was Korea zone whatever they're called my name is Dan Reicher high then play that garbage okay fair enough you have a lot of stuff to work through here so I I'm Jeff Hi Jeff I was told right away by Dan the listen so I I said I'm GonNa play eight hours of it to little bit sort of the guys that let's go to let's get back on track first of all death streaming are- game where you basically haul cargo from one destination to another either ah near apocalypse everything that he has said about the idea of a strand it is a third person open world game in which there is not a lot of action like he is stripped it is it is a delivery game a game delivery game and delivery game with a narrative Russian is where I am may be left wants there's also a big component that we haven't talked heart near towards the end is where things started to unravel in a turn to ash abby was alluding to there's community stuff I think is actually very clever and that community things I think I think it helps to know a little bit also just sort of what the overarching premise is of what you're uncalled chiral network it's basically the diversion of the Super Internet I really am is the Games Super Internet Nanu Nanu machines name machines were Wifi that made you cry yes yes a have kind of infiltrated the world of the living I'm kind of very short hair sorry the dead void out so any dead body in the world that has left has to be incinerated the early on the game so what's the problem with that as far as like from a gameplay perspective listen jump ahead but across the country is because it takes place the United States of America the United Cities of America's the Internet essentially onto the Cairo network and that is the kind of set up for the game and he's gotTa bring elegies that are part of like bridges which the organization trying to reconnect everything and then they're all these pressures are these people and then eventually they're like okay yeah I don't know if it changes later on but everyone of these fucking places forgot to mention there's a lot of stuff going on here there's so many in the world in the death stream to get now reigns time you get old time accelerate so your equipment will deteriorate it's been broken now durability it's gotta be durability panic yes so there's some type of system and none of them are in the service of fun to say I think sox it feels like it is sucking for a reason that does not make it good that doesn't make it fun but ability systems the like you have demanded your blood yeah I think you need to be clear that's not true because we're GonNa talk about experience that is enjoyable or not I jam very not a they say bring these packages to be you have to figure you can go like Mario Van peebles do that like Britt part of the game I loved being like I'm going to go on a hike I see this mountain to climb I got I thought that was I'm with you. Abby honestly favorite part of the game was the same thing that ended up doing a lot in today

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"reicher" Discussed on All Systems Goku

All Systems Goku

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on All Systems Goku

"And now we come to the payoff. It is time for the final four episodes of dragon ball, z KAI? I'm Jeff Gershman. Dan Reicher is with me. It's the rage in climax. That's yes. The the mega powers are exploding. Yes here. I guess they already exploded and unexploded, and and he X rated. Yeah. We're of dog. Yes. Yeah. You bad blood to dis. This is really. This is relegated to in your house status. I guess like this is kind of like much as this is a big battle like the the boo Goku battle. I don't think has the heat on it. They'd pay this off at like, they would do this summer slam thing. And then it survivor series. They would have like boop, but a team of booze together to go against like Goku Z fighters. Yeah. Yeah. That's definitely. Yeah. And then like, you know, YoM show would piss hot or something. He would fuck up somehow and have to be replaced. Be like oh YoM says in some trouble with the law over some things have did. And we had to change direction on this thing completely in if less second to the last second bring someone else into as gets just push on push on it. He's got nights. Who cares? Yeah. Sean and some some nights that look in in Goku ski this'll be like yet. Sure. No one will carry it. Yeah. This replacing it with something better. That's what you always want to do. So here we are talking about the final four episodes of dragon ball, z KAI starting with episode one sixty four I got to tell you when they named this episode the demise of Moshen, boo. Kind of cuts to the house. Yes. Do that a lot? I wonder if that's how it was originally because that is a straight up spoiler. Like, I assume a lot of the people watching KAI have. No, the story already folks like us who are new to this fantastic world of anime. It it does let us know what's going to happen. Well, as an anime expert, I was expecting that Goku would win this fight. So you know, what happened with go haunt hang on? I just realized the whole time I was expecting go on to be the guy to do the sword. And all that finally comes back. I'm trying to remember what the fuck like. I know he came back. He got absorbed all that shit did any of the shit. He did on other world matter at all. I mean that helped him holding. He it helped him hold his own against boo for a little bit. But no like when he got out there. He he was not that effective. Remember, they they broke the sword. And that's how the old man came out. And they did the dance the more powerful. So when he got back it was like oh shit. He's got a ton of power. But boo is, you know, immense. Boo is like crazy if they spent so much screen time on that stuff with the elder KYW's. Now that in all the talk of the heap and helping than never paid off right? Yeah. No. They never pay off elder KYW's he'd been helping spoilers for you know. All sorts of stuff. And yeah, yeah. There's there's there's a version of this story that ends with go Hawn winning and go coup staying dead that I think is probably a more natural conclusion. But at the same time the way they build this up with the spirit bomb, and all this other stuff feels very much like all right? This is this is the feel good moment. Everyone coming together at the end here, the people of earth, all this other stuff. Like, I think that's a pretty good payoff or a decent build to it. Even if like the combat I think here in this final sequences is pretty underwhelming. Yeah. You know, it's at least I think it's the medically appropriate at least well now that I think about it like even though Goku is I would say these star of dragon ball z, right? Yeah. He typically doesn't get the the big win. I mean, there's so much focus on him to win win..

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"reicher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reicher. Fading twilight of life. With one what? My country. Then he finished with the mine old soldiers never die. They just fade away a half a million people lined the streets is he approach the capital and the invitation to let him speak was a direct affront to the president. There've been a few of those over history. Steve back in eighteen sixty four the radical Republicans brought in of all things the first woman to address the congress as a challenge. Abraham LINCOLN twenty one year old abolitionist Anna Dickinson was apparently a spell binder out on the trail. She successfully campaigned for Republicans the Democrats complained and tried to pass a resolution saying you can't use the Hoffer such partisan purposes. So that's hardly a new issue. Well, I have a question for you, Cokie, what's your favorite speech? That's taken place in the house Queen Elizabeth nine hundred ninety one it was so symbolic and she entered the chamber to set you applause, and then she looked so small standing there. Mr speaker. Mr President distinguished members of congress. I knew what a rare privilege. It is to address a joint meeting of y'all to Heise's. Thank you for inviting me, you know, this was a symbolic moment. There was a historic joint appearance. If you'd suck remain in King Hussein in one thousand nine hundred four that was such a hopeful moment and was exciting to be in the chamber. But I just love the hall. Steve my earliest memory of it was when I just turned five years old took the oath of office on opening day where you took the oath of office at age five. Why not I was there?.

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"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I was getting a little bit of a big head. He Reicher Reicher was such a good boy. And he was such a good puppy and eight months, k- know, adolescence nine months came no adolescence, ten months came. And then when he was about a year and a half in front of the class. No less. I said Reicher sit and he went talked to the PA. And I went with you. That's my that's my good boy, and I can hear Pedro behind me. So hard. She was like, well, we went through Alice's. Right. And it was like he hit a brick wall. There was no sliding into this. There was no gradual. It was like, okay. Turn the switch on. Ed, boy, did I hear about it. Never since none of my dogs ever since if I said. Good. I've just watched them because I know at some point it's going to come up and bite me in the you know, what? So anyway, there's a lot of changes that go on in lessons both physical and behavioral. So we're gonna talk about the physical in the first half of this podcast. And then we'll talk about behavioral because behaviors where we hear from most people that they're having an issue. They're confused. So with the physical aspects of adolescence, it, basically, it's it's puberty the puppies going from puppyhood to transitioning to adulthood, there's a lot of growth. There's a lot of physical changes one of the most important things you have to keep in mind at this point is they need good food. This is not the time to skimp on food for your dog. What you feed your dog at ten weeks is going to work when you're puppies, five months. And puppy food is not necessarily what you should look for puppy food is very high calorie very high in fat. But you do want a good quality food. I look for one that's all life stages. Good quality. And then I just the amount that I feed the puppy dog depending on where they are in their growth stage rights, you'll hear from students who say he doesn't want to eat. And I'd say just way he's going to he's not gonna start. He's going to be getting ready for a growth spurt, and then he'll be ravenous because growth isn't even the puppy will grow, and then he'll plateau, and then he'll grow and then he'll plateau and not all parts bro evenly. Sometimes they grow knows. Sometimes they got a big head. Sometimes their back legs are long in the front lakes haven't caught up yet. It's kind of the fun part about having puppy class. Once a week is the difference. Really? Times. I said, you know, what they need a little bit. He's seeing something openings getting the same Cup and a half that he's always gotten right? Change. Yeah. Exactly. And with hero my year and a half old coming out of adolescent teenager. Hopefully, hopefully, hopefully, you're saying it he's long legged and gangly. I think he's got most of his growth now. And now all he needs to do is fill out. But something some put on another growth spurt. You know, it depends on the individual dog bones bones is short stuff. He's talking. But short stuff he had all his heights before a year, but heroes still been growing. So it's going to bite the dog another thing that you think I've ever done that with a puppy dog. Now that you mention our we did it on her door. Yes, we we mentioned this and you. Yeah. Yes. We did. We had a growth chart that was a comparison of Oliver dogs with..

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"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Her for several years before bones did before Reicher had to retire and passed away. And as I said earlier in this podcast. I wasn't a mother never had any. I'm a forfeited fussy creatures adopted mother, I don't have those instincts. So when we go visit kids, it's because this is the best thing for bones. This is the choice bones made or Reicher before finishing. Oh, yeah. We got his ten hours before certification in in the nursing homes, and he was fine. But he didn't have the joy that I knew ducks could have in therapy dog work. He didn't have the joy when I walk into this daycare center. Those are his kids. It's far as he's concerned. Those are his kids in the director usually has a list of kids that she wants to visit on that day. But of course, we often get detoured. Sorry. The story of the young girl whose mother was a drug user, and she was oh, grace pick it up the Kleenex. Grace's mother was an alcoholic and a drug user. So grace was born blind and deaf. When we first met her at the daycare she'd been with her foster parents just short period of time was three or four years old. I'm not good at kids ages. So I guess three or four she was very young this daycare gives the foster parents some respite time, so they can go run errands. Do the things they need to do in the kids are are watched when we showed up that day grace, it only been at the daycare a couple days, and she didn't want to leave the chair. She was sitting in the assumption was the director assumed was that if she stayed in that chair her foster parents would find her if she got out of the chair she'd be lost. She will verbal laughing giggling, but not words, so the director was hoping that Bo. Jones would help her relax enough that they could take her to the bathroom without panic that she could leave the chair. So when we went in there. I'm telling the director. I don't know how to handle this. I don't know how to handle this at all. So she said just let's bring boats up there and see what happens. So I stood bounce in front of Grace's knees. So that he was leaning up against her knees. And I held his head because I didn't want him to liquor and he gives tiny little bitty kiss. It's not big slurps. But I still didn't want him to startle her in the director took Grace's hand and just put it on his coat and initially she pulled back, but then she reached out and touched him again. And then touched him with the other hand and was rubbing her fingers through his coat and she smiled and when she smiled I forgot about holding punts his head. And he gave her several kisses in the ear very light little butterfly kisses in the ear like he likes to do and she giggled and laughed and laughed and laughed and within about twenty minutes. She had holding his collar, and they were outside walking around on the on the playground. See another dog teaching someone how to walk. And of course, the director, and I are both standing in the playground off to the side. And we're both going my allergies. Are bothered me. If Stewart stock. I had not crying, you're crying. It's my allergies. But we were able to visit with her four six or eight months in her foster parents adopted her which was wonderful, absolutely wonderful. But there's all kinds of kids that he sees that. It's not always that drastic a difference that but small miracle still a miracle. Yes. Yes. Yep. And it's the same with the therapy dogs visiting the elderly too. I mean or someone's that's in a hospital. They may be you have like you said they may be little miracles, but it's still bitter magic important for that person that day yesterday, you did hospice work, but sheer did hospice words Bashir visited senior centers in nursing homes for a number of years. But as he got a little bit older, I think he got a little burnt out. And then when my mother-in-law was in assisted living, and then hospice, she. She wasn't a huge dog lover. She had a Boston terrier that was hers. But she only had the one dog that I know of in her adult life. But when I went up to see her one day, I said you want me to bring one of my therapy boys appear one of the therapy dogs since she was like, yes, yes. I'd love to see one of the dogs. Even if nothing else a break in the routine because she was in assisted living in hospice for quite a while and much to her dismay. She was very independent woman, and she did not care for that. At all. So I brought Bashir up not knowing how it would go and he'd made her laugh, and he was silly in did tricks, and this is a very dignified. Doug, my Jew. But had a great time. And then the staff visited with him, and we got stopped several times on the way in and out. So I let the hospice that she was under the care of. I let them know that he was. Available for hospice visits in. And we did a number of them for the next couple of years, and he loves the hospice word love. I don't think I would have survived home caring for my mother if I hadn't of had dogs with me. My mother always had dogs and love ya shit. Lost her last terrier. So when I moved in to take care of her two dogs with me, and it was great. I mean, they'd get on each side of her on the couch gift for something to Pat. Mormon Chad to have a feeding tube in her stomach in the machine and there were times when I would crash, okay. Pass out tired. And if the machine got clogged it would make an alarm, and I'd sleep through it except the dogs woke me up. Mom, got out of bed and started wandering around. They'd wake me up. And let me know. It was really another wonderful almost mostly said of hands and say they help support their support system. Yeah. Keeping me sane. Yeah..

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"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And he he comes all the time. You talk to. That's exactly what I said. I said what is the most prevalent age of people starting basic close with their dog. Yes. So that that's let's talk about the age of adolescence the worst of adolescence for most gods as a general rule is between nine and twelve to fourteen months. I like to tell people who have a ten eleven months old medium sized dog think of that is fourteen to fifteen year old teenager, and then the look on their faces like oh. On. But some puppies will start showing signs of going into adult lessons as six to seven months. That's not the worst. But they seen some changes from their puppy to a teenager. I still swear that Walter hit adolescence attend weeks. But anyway. Yeah. Well. And I'm not gonna argue with. And then there are some that hit a little bit later. One of my Australian shepherds. Years ago. I have to admit I was getting a little bit of a big head. Yeah. He Reicher Reicher was such a good boy. And he was such a good puppy and eight months, k- know, adolescence nine months came no adolescence, ten months.

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"reicher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"reicher" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kaepernick. Oh, that's right. Did it in two thousand twelve was a very good game too. But one and forty one quarterbacks twenty five and younger are all time Gillette in regular season games. However, right now, it's getting pretty tough to pick against the chiefs way that they're playing, but I'm gonna do it. Anyway, my heart tells me to take the chiefs. My head tells me New England, Mike Mayock told you earlier this patriot offense is on the verge of exploding the Kansas City defense right now hasn't been great. Plus you factor in the fact that Bella check is going to give them a homes look at he's probably never seen before. I think it's close for the pats. Get it done in crunch time. We'll take the patriots minus three nine Alrighty wrap it up. Here we go. I think you know, which way I'm going. So mad about this. Fred to the line is just insane. To me. I know that they've the, you know, the big guys out in the desert want people to go a certain way with their money. But you're disrespecting an undefeated team here the old. And there's no reason there's no reason why the patriot should be favored in the game. There's no reason when the chiefs have licked everybody up the Jesus for at least twenty seven points in every game. They have played can you give me just besides the fact that can you give me any reason why the peach peach is gonna stop them besides smoking mirrors and taking the ball away. Well, the way that you're going to stop them. Retaining the ball. Is having Tom Brady, go six seven minute drives and getting touchdown. Okay. It's called when they can when they can score in two and three two or three minutes is that really gonna matter but will say that's why they played a tape. That's why they play the games there. Boom. Anyway, I'm taking the chiefs. Good night. I feel really bad about this picked out because usually when he still out of it, it doesn't work. All right. Caserta real quick. I'm gonna put you on the hot seat as our death picker this week as ever since the update anchor. I like to throw these games around. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Cincinnati is a one and a half point favorite Steelers. Okay. Steelers plus the one and a half, Tampa, Atlanta, Atlanta a three point favorite falcons, falcons lane the three. And finally, a man of many words, Greg Caserta, he is Kansas City at New England. Knowing Linda three and a half point favorites. I wanna stick it to you and go chief. I don't care. I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna go with the numbers. I'm gonna say the pats. Okay. There you go. Picks my picks Horowitz picks and Grousset picks. Let's see if I can do this off memory. And my memory sometimes pretty bad Horowitz takes the Steelers plus the one and a half. I take the Steelers plus three and a half considered takes these Steelers plus one after Sappho on Cincinnati, minus one and a half Tampa. And Atlanta, we're all in the falcons. Correct. You're on the falcons Reicher Sappho good Kansas City at New England. Ben and Caserta on New England, minus three and a half and myself, plus three and a half own kids a city. Those are the pets week six National Football League now forever, hold your peace. Lock up. We'll take a timeout when we come back Sunday stocks. But I just latest CBS sports update with the man of many words now, Greg Caserta. Sports flash gives you know important.

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"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"It was it was the pit that I needed to go into to get to the point that I needed to be. Yes. Talk about the power. Talk about the power that comes in through this experience that you are now projecting on each other because here's what you did you basically you basically broke free of a culture. Dow was actually molding you to fail in your marriage and motherhood that whatever called you. I'm not talking about religion, but the call that was behind you for years was pushing you. And that's what the story is telling is that you broke free from this culture that was pushing you to fill not to win. And today obviously, Chris came into war, your ex. He went through his his pit and he Chris was a great guy, but he needed to be slapped around as well to figure out what the. The reality is and he came back in living the warriors way. You come back defeating alone. Now with Chris, let's make that very clear defeating alone. The culture barrier finding lights on the other side. Well, now shining on your kids talked us about the power of projecting the night, making sure that you're actually like, you're projecting this on your kids. How do you feel that this is the thing I wasn't alone. I, I'm a mother and so it was through motherhood that I was able to find that strength and and they are truly, they are truly my greatest accomplishment. They always will be. And in two thousand twelve. My youngest Reicher win on that journey with me of. Letting me become who I was meant to become his. He, he decided his name Reicher means strong power. It's Danish and we are descended from Vikings and. He decided his name that I knew that it needed to have an are in it. And so he, he decided that when he was about six months long in the womb, kicking what I was looking at names and everything. And so I'm like, okay, I guess this is the name for you, and and he came, I gave birth to him standing up holding onto Chris's arms. And I could not have done it without Chris. So when you look at the birth of Liam. My protector. I was by myself, even though Chris was in the room was by myself, but with the birth of Reicher the strong power, I was holding onto Chris's arms while I was standing and the midwife behind us that was on call because our doctors didn't get there in time. She, she basically was just there to catch him. You know, and the piece that exuded from Reicher. I mean, it was like this, this post birth honeymoon that that we rode for months and months later and and he's now a heathen complete heathen. But his personality has never been tainted by the pain that that we had from from ourselves because he was able to to help me get through that myself into seeing that after he was born, I literally knew that I could do anything that I really could. I can do absolutely anything if I can give. Th to four children, and especially that last one being so empowered and each of my pregnancies and births were incredible experiences and learning opportunities, but it's the the motherhood that has taught me that I truly can't do anything because I'm sitting here thinking about. There's a unique relationship between men and women and..

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"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"It was it was the pit that I needed to go into to get to the point that I needed to be. Yes. Talk about the power. Talk about the power that comes in through this experience that you are now projecting on each other because here's what you did you basically you basically broke free of a culture. Dow was actually molding you to fail in your marriage and motherhood that whatever called you. I'm not talking about religion, but the call that was behind you for years was pushing you. And that's what the story is telling is that you broke free from this culture that was pushing you to fill not to win. And today obviously, Chris came into war, your ex. He went through his his pit and he Chris was a great guy, but he needed to be slapped around as well to figure out what the. The reality is and he came back in living the warriors way. You come back defeating alone. Now with Chris, let's make that very clear defeating alone. The culture barrier finding lights on the other side. Well, now shining on your kids talked us about the power of projecting the night, making sure that you're actually like, you're projecting this on your kids. How do you feel that this is the thing I wasn't alone. I, I'm a mother and so it was through motherhood that I was able to find that strength and and they are truly, they are truly my greatest accomplishment. They always will be. And in two thousand twelve. My youngest Reicher win on that journey with me of. Letting me become who I was meant to become his. He, he decided his name Reicher means strong power. It's Danish and we are descended from Vikings and. He decided his name that I knew that it needed to have an are in it. And so he, he decided that when he was about six months long in the womb, kicking what I was looking at names and everything. And so I'm like, okay, I guess this is the name for you, and and he came, I gave birth to him standing up holding onto Chris's arms. And I could not have done it without Chris. So when you look at the birth of Liam. My protector. I was by myself, even though Chris was in the room was by myself, but with the birth of Reicher the strong power, I was holding onto Chris's arms while I was standing and the midwife behind us that was on call because our doctors didn't get there in time. She, she basically was just there to catch him. You know, and the piece that exuded from Reicher. I mean, it was like this, this post birth honeymoon that that we rode for months and months later and and he's now a heathen complete heathen. But his personality has never been tainted by the pain that that we had from from ourselves because he was able to to help me get through that myself into seeing that after he was born, I literally knew that I could do anything that I really could. I can do absolutely anything if I can give. Th to four children, and especially that last one being so empowered and each of my pregnancies and births were incredible experiences and learning opportunities, but it's the the motherhood that has taught me that I truly can't do anything because I'm sitting here thinking about. There's a unique relationship between men and women and..

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"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"It was it was the pit that I needed to go into to get to the point that I needed to be. Yes. Talk about the power. Talk about the power that comes in through this experience that you are now projecting on each other because here's what you did you basically you basically broke free of a culture. Dow was actually molding you to fail in your marriage and motherhood that whatever called you. I'm not talking about religion, but the call that was behind you for years was pushing you. And that's what the story is telling is that you broke free from this culture that was pushing you to fill not to win. And today obviously, Chris came into war, your ex. He went through his his pit and he Chris was a great guy, but he needed to be slapped around as well to figure out what the. The reality is and he came back in living the warriors way. You come back defeating alone. Now with Chris, let's make that very clear defeating alone. The culture barrier finding lights on the other side. Well, now shining on your kids talked us about the power of projecting the night, making sure that you're actually like, you're projecting this on your kids. How do you feel that this is the thing I wasn't alone. I, I'm a mother and so it was through motherhood that I was able to find that strength and and they are truly, they are truly my greatest accomplishment. They always will be. And in two thousand twelve. My youngest Reicher win on that journey with me of. Letting me become who I was meant to become his. He, he decided his name Reicher means strong power. It's Danish and we are descended from Vikings and. He decided his name that I knew that it needed to have an are in it. And so he, he decided that when he was about six months long in the womb, kicking what I was looking at names and everything. And so I'm like, okay, I guess this is the name for you, and and he came, I gave birth to him standing up holding onto Chris's arms. And I could not have done it without Chris. So when you look at the birth of Liam. My protector. I was by myself, even though Chris was in the room was by myself, but with the birth of Reicher the strong power, I was holding onto Chris's arms while I was standing and the midwife behind us that was on call because our doctors didn't get there in time. She, she basically was just there to catch him. You know, and the piece that exuded from Reicher. I mean, it was like this, this post birth honeymoon that that we rode for months and months later and and he's now a heathen complete heathen. But his personality has never been tainted by the pain that that we had from from ourselves because he was able to to help me get through that myself into seeing that after he was born, I literally knew that I could do anything that I really could. I can do absolutely anything if I can give. Th to four children, and especially that last one being so empowered and each of my pregnancies and births were incredible experiences and learning opportunities, but it's the the motherhood that has taught me that I truly can't do anything because I'm sitting here thinking about. There's a unique relationship between men and women and..

Chris Reicher Vikings Dow Liam six months
"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"It was it was the pit that I needed to go into to get to the point that I needed to be. Yes. Talk about the power. Talk about the power that comes in through this experience that you are now projecting on each other because here's what you did you basically you basically broke free of a culture. Dow was actually molding you to fail in your marriage and motherhood that whatever called you. I'm not talking about religion, but the call that was behind you for years was pushing you. And that's what the story is telling is that you broke free from this culture that was pushing you to fill not to win. And today obviously, Chris came into war, your ex. He went through his his pit and he Chris was a great guy, but he needed to be slapped around as well to figure out what the. The reality is and he came back in living the warriors way. You come back defeating alone. Now with Chris, let's make that very clear defeating alone. The culture barrier finding lights on the other side. Well, now shining on your kids talked us about the power of projecting the night, making sure that you're actually like, you're projecting this on your kids. How do you feel that this is the thing I wasn't alone. I, I'm a mother and so it was through motherhood that I was able to find that strength and and they are truly, they are truly my greatest accomplishment. They always will be. And in two thousand twelve. My youngest Reicher win on that journey with me of. Letting me become who I was meant to become his. He, he decided his name Reicher means strong power. It's Danish and we are descended from Vikings and. He decided his name that I knew that it needed to have an are in it. And so he, he decided that when he was about six months long in the womb, kicking what I was looking at names and everything. And so I'm like, okay, I guess this is the name for you, and and he came, I gave birth to him standing up holding onto Chris's arms. And I could not have done it without Chris. So when you look at the birth of Liam. My protector. I was by myself, even though Chris was in the room was by myself, but with the birth of Reicher the strong power, I was holding onto Chris's arms while I was standing and the midwife behind us that was on call because our doctors didn't get there in time. She, she basically was just there to catch him. You know, and the piece that exuded from Reicher. I mean, it was like this, this post birth honeymoon that that we rode for months and months later and and he's now a heathen complete heathen. But his personality has never been tainted by the pain that that we had from from ourselves because he was able to to help me get through that myself into seeing that after he was born, I literally knew that I could do anything that I really could. I can do absolutely anything if I can give. Th to four children, and especially that last one being so empowered and each of my pregnancies and births were incredible experiences and learning opportunities, but it's the the motherhood that has taught me that I truly can't do anything because I'm sitting here thinking about. There's a unique relationship between men and women and..

Chris Reicher Vikings Dow Liam six months
"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"It was it was the pit that I needed to go into to get to the point that I needed to be. Yes. Talk about the power. Talk about the power that comes in through this experience that you are now projecting on each other because here's what you did you basically you basically broke free of a culture. Dow was actually molding you to fail in your marriage and motherhood that whatever called you. I'm not talking about religion, but the call that was behind you for years was pushing you. And that's what the story is telling is that you broke free from this culture that was pushing you to fill not to win. And today obviously, Chris came into war, your ex. He went through his his pit and he Chris was a great guy, but he needed to be slapped around as well to figure out what the. The reality is and he came back in living the warriors way. You come back defeating alone. Now with Chris, let's make that very clear defeating alone. The culture barrier finding lights on the other side. Well, now shining on your kids talked us about the power of projecting the night, making sure that you're actually like, you're projecting this on your kids. How do you feel that this is the thing I wasn't alone. I, I'm a mother and so it was through motherhood that I was able to find that strength and and they are truly, they are truly my greatest accomplishment. They always will be. And in two thousand twelve. My youngest Reicher win on that journey with me of. Letting me become who I was meant to become his. He, he decided his name Reicher means strong power. It's Danish and we are descended from Vikings and. He decided his name that I knew that it needed to have an are in it. And so he, he decided that when he was about six months long in the womb, kicking what I was looking at names and everything. And so I'm like, okay, I guess this is the name for you, and and he came, I gave birth to him standing up holding onto Chris's arms. And I could not have done it without Chris. So when you look at the birth of Liam. My protector. I was by myself, even though Chris was in the room was by myself, but with the birth of Reicher the strong power, I was holding onto Chris's arms while I was standing and the midwife behind us that was on call because our doctors didn't get there in time. She, she basically was just there to catch him. You know, and the piece that exuded from Reicher. I mean, it was like this, this post birth honeymoon that that we rode for months and months later and and he's now a heathen complete heathen. But his personality has never been tainted by the pain that that we had from from ourselves because he was able to to help me get through that myself into seeing that after he was born, I literally knew that I could do anything that I really could. I can do absolutely anything if I can give. Th to four children, and especially that last one being so empowered and each of my pregnancies and births were incredible experiences and learning opportunities, but it's the the motherhood that has taught me that I truly can't do anything because I'm sitting here thinking about. There's a unique relationship between men and women and..

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YouTube vloggers killed in waterfall accident

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:21 min | 2 years ago

YouTube vloggers killed in waterfall accident

"With partly sunny skies sixty six downtown seattle currently seventy under partly sunny skies at ten twenty six three youtube stars died after going over a huge waterfall in canada abc's johnson reports they're popular bloggers known for their invigorating thrill seeking videos from boogieing in bali cliff jumping in the caribbean the travel troop high on life documenting their adventures on youtube encouraging people to get out and explore the world that group with more than a million followers on instagram but one of its latest expeditions taking a tragic turn two of the group's members alexi lieke and reicher gamble along with leeann ex girlfriend megan scraper killed after they plunged one hundred feet from one of canada's tallest waterfalls police say trouble began at shannon falls north event couvert tuesday what scrapers slipped i the two men trying to help her but we're also overcome by the raging current day went into one of the pool systems that's up there to go swimming and three of them were walking along the edge of where the pool would be and at that stage they slipped and fell the group's fellow members speaking out on the loss in a new video overnight they lived every single day to its fullest day stood for positively courage and living the best life that you can the tragedy now raising questions over whether internet stars are going too far to go viral high on life's videos frequently highlighting high risk activities this daring balcony died in this video posted just last week i dare devil walked down a three hundred foot high trestle bridge the group seemingly priding itself on pushing the limits even occasionally breaking the law two years ago leah can gamble pleaded guilty to using a drone in a closed area of yellowstone national park spending seven days in jail officials in british columbia where the trio fell now issuing a warning to potential copycats hoping to prevent future tragedies from befalling others aiming for that perfect online image given the extensive water flow that comes off the mountains and the number of incidents that we've had in this area lately people just need to be prepared put the group hoping viewers will take the trio's lives not their deaths by as the.

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Watchdog report rebukes Comey for Clinton probe

C-SPAN

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Watchdog report rebukes Comey for Clinton probe

"Show them that so as business leaders and elected officials we have to show them what's important in life and what matters and what will get them recognition the thank you very much mr chairman on your back my time well i think we couldn't have a better panel today appreciate just we covered i think the full spectrum of all the issues in the closing that was fantastic does my you just gave that i think we'll give us plenty of think about to move forward on and that's why we do hold these panels we do seek your input from the business community and we're going to prepare another round zoom in until we hit the target and solve the problem and so i want to again thank all of our panelists today for coming in sharing your time and expertise i ask unanimous consent that members have five legislative days to submit statements and supporting materials for the record without objection so ordered this hearing is now a german thank you again very much congressman dave brat republican from virginia he chairs the small business subcommittee on economic growth tax and capital access ranking democrat dwight evans from pennsylvania and today's hearing featured todd hit ceo of kit or capital kelly mcbride is a ceo of hamilton reicher workforce in staffing company angela at schweitzer with saint mary's foundries presidency yell and brian greene's the owner and administrator of always best care senior services so she had a press reporting the justice department has issued a stinging rebuke to the fbi for it's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation report released today calls former director james comey insubordinate and says his actions were extrordinary but the report from the department's inspector general that's not fine that called me was motivated by political bias or preference in his decisions report criticizes komi for publicly announcing his recommendation against criminal charges for clinton also faulted him for alerting congress days before the two thousand sixteen election that the investigation was being reopened because of newly discovered emails the report runs over five hundred sixty pages we have it linked at c span dot org also an announcement today that sent the central judiciary committee beholding a hearing on this on monday next monday.

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"reicher" Discussed on DLC

DLC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on DLC

"There's really only two games that we know that will be playable on xbox slash playable on c and that's crackdown ori really right there's nothing else yeah some type of before the fable reveal does that happen that was the rumor i think that would be really cool and that's what i was gonna say is that there will be some sort of fable something i think that'd be great if it was a return to sort of big ambitious fable i'd be all for it because i really enjoyed fable one and two i also let me ask you this question anthony if if the big end of the conference reveal is gears of war are you excited i enjoyed the last four to it ended in such a way that i was excited to see more it seems a little early it seems kind of odd that like we had a halo than aguirre's and then we'd have another gears but yeah i would i would play another gears for sure i think that gears is is one of their like to not counting halo there to show stopper exclusive franchises that aren't unique to be honest i think that based on what they did last year where they talked about pub g they show darwin project i wouldn't be surprised if they are the press conference where you get the most battle royale discussion in the most like you know here are bunch of battle royale games that are coming to console yeah that could be just seems it seems odd in it like it is what it is but i definitely see a situation where you come away from reicher shops press conference on say like these are the games that i like that i saw in their division assassin's creed anthem dame's metro exodus no their games that aren't exclusive to microsoft they just happen to be at their press conference yeah and what does that really do for them i don't know on xbox one axe.

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All New Nintendo Switch Games Revealed During Today's Spring Showcase

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:40 min | 2 years ago

All New Nintendo Switch Games Revealed During Today's Spring Showcase

"Dan reicher this today we're sponsored by brooklyn in an hymns but i'll tell you about that later in the show for now let's begin kind of funny games daily with what is and forever will be the roper report time buddhism news six on the rope report a baker's dozen put some english on that i think that was coming in i have you seen the amount of bullet points that are on this for story yeah there's a lot of bakers doesn't is it really team happens finally happened this morning while i was still showering nintendo did one of their little nintendo direct about the ninja and the indie showcase judaism it is weight into and i was like i'll catch up and it won't matter of course they came out of the gate fucking lou mines yeah how are we have we luminous when i was playing on my psp and missouri more luminous was one of luminous remastered it's coming out spring twenty eighteen it is also coming to playstation for xbox one that'll be a new dates for you among the other games this is a list i'm ceiling for my jian so if they're wrong sorry it's on them mark an injury master coming fall twenty eighteen fantasy strike summer twenty eighteen just shapes in beats summer twenty eighteen garage spring twenty teen i switch pool panic twenty teen switch exclusive bomb chicken summer twenty eighteen burst switching check a woman rains in queens spring twenty seen lebron's light fall spring twenty eighteen west of loathing spring twenty teen this is a switch exclusive this is one you've got to fuck this looks so cool yes played it at a packs any.

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Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act, Office of Special Counsel says

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act, Office of Special Counsel says

"I'm rick van cise bill o'neill at the editor's desk headlines of federal watchdog says white house counselor kellyanne conway violated the federal law prohibiting government officials from using their positions to influence political campaigns the office of special council says conway violated the hatch act twice last year when she advocated for embattled alabama gop senate candidate roy more the white house disputes the findings the former lead bodyguard who had an extramarital affair with nashville mayor megan berry has pleaded guilty to theft a property robert forrest plea coming shortly after berry herself pleaded guilty to the same charge and announced her resignation from office former trump campaign aide sam nunn burke zang yesterday no no way well he cooperate with special counsel robert muller and then pulled back saying maybe he will after all 24 hours after the story broke where do things stand now linda we've got washington post senior political reporter aaron blake tracking the latest joining us on the komo news langan afternoon aaron all right that's a loaded question where do things stand right now while the latest seems to be that he has decided to cooperate with the investigation after a a roundabout 24 hours lots of conflicting signals uh the post is reporting today that he is in fact going through this emails he does in fact seem to be cooperating so uh the entire seen from monday uh i'm not sure what purpose it served uh because we're basically in the same position as he would have been if he had just agree to do so in the first place and i was my next question what is his motivation or strategy at this morning i guess who we really just don't know no i i think that it's it's possible this was this was some kind of a stunt uh he is a close political ally of reicher style uh who is known for doing these kinds of bizarre things he calls it performance art roger stone does uh another example of this in in there are certainly people who are close to sam that bird who have expressed this concern which is that may have just um kind of had a little bit of a break maybe he just kinda caved in to the pressure started talking in just couldn't stop himself from talking uh i think i've seen her report uh you know there was a reporter who.

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"reicher" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Valve diseases dr goyal reicher of freighter and medical college wisconsin cardiothoracic surgeon dr first of all thanks for being with us today what functions to our heartfelt surf i think heart valves are the sort of the harbingers of blood flow in and out of the heart there have to be openings in closings to the heart function so lets the heart chambers pump properly and efficiently dr how does valve disease occur foul disease in the us commonly occurs with what's called degenerative changes are valves as we get older into our fourth fifth decade will start to leak the other big category folks may have heard of his historic valves too noses are narrowing of the main heart valve that can cause problems including chest pain and or a fainting spells the to the most common ways that that we experience valve symptoms and disease in the us when we think about heart valve disease what are some of the more common conditions well i think the biggest complaint i see from our patience is i'm winded her i'm tired and a lot of us attribute that to getting older and that leads to different questions and obviously work up to figure out what's going on with the heart when is it time to see a doctor about a condition the odyssey a doctor your family doctor maybe once a year that age criteria pans on your family history in what your medical can dishes are but i would suggest after forty five fifty years of age out of check in with your primary dr that sort of our recommendation is yearly checkups in that can pick up a lot of things that we may not figure out on our own doctor thanks so.

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"reicher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Discuss these issues with a d a are invited into the office these are sort of the brain trust of many of the issues that they are dealing with from mental health issues two issues on case processing issues of bail reform i think a large question really comes down to how do we keep people safe while strengthening community truck asked by ensuring fairness and equal justice fall everyone has to feel that they have a voice in what the da's offices doing and that the da's office is keeping a safe howdy another success other certain metrics you look at mostly worked for me i've looked at the incredible year that we've had in brooklyn last june two thousand seventeen where murders and shootings were at all time lows in robberies assaults on loss these world down on but i also look at it by the factor that we've been sending less people to reicher is in to upstate jail so we've been managing to keep people safe but also reducing costs racean stick another call trey and the box jahn wnyc hello trek good morning everyone um sir mark questioners it uh this is more than one question but my first question is i wanted to know you like a legal citizen yourself all you like that congressmen that we have now that that came as a legal ailing no i'm puerto rican i was born in new york city but my families from puerto rico why would you even asked that cia why would i have stabbed because he's saying things that make me feel like his whole purpose is geared toward illegal immigrants in the city everything he is doing his focus is on the legal immigrants and how to help um how to keep them out of jail and that's what it sounds like to me so i'm wondering you know if if if if that is his goal if that's what he's in there today thank you very much and i should say that i chose to ask a stretch a policy questions about illegal immigrants are undocumented immigrants in the justice system which is why we been focusing on that as much as we have in.

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"reicher" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"R i want to get to some of the potential sticking points with those relationships but first i want to go back over to emily reicher because she unfortunately needs to leave us in a few minutes so i want to get a couple closing thoughts from her before we move on to the rest of the discussion you know this market is so much harder than say consumer tech even in the software space but particularly in the hardware space where you're operating its is abundantly clear that selling to incumbent energy customers or creating an entirely new market for a product of the energy sector is probably one of the most difficult challenges that anyone can think of so how aware of that challenger the entrepreneur's you work with and i guess more importantly how do you prepare them for that reality what what what words of advice do you have for startups that are trying to enter this space so i think that most of our entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs i know generally are pretty savvy with their knowledge of the challenges that exists in cleantech and clean tech hardware in terms of funding in terms of your current headwinds on the federal front but they are really doing it because there's i think for most of the entrepreneur's we work with there's more than one bottom line that they're thinking about so i'd say that our community of entrepreneurs is filled with people who actually want to make a broader impact then just building a company to make money and so i think that that's what drives them and i think you can you can definitely pursue both goals at once we are entering town emission based organization uh were a public benefit corporation and so we wear our mission proudly honor sleeves when we interview companies to come to green town labs dead something that we are looking for.

emily reicher
"reicher" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reicher" Discussed on The Interchange

"R i want to get to some of the potential sticking points with those relationships but first i want to go back over to emily reicher because she unfortunately needs to leave us in a few minutes so i want to get a couple closing thoughts from her before we move on to the rest of the discussion you know this market is so much harder than say consumer tech even in the software space but particularly in the hardware space where you're operating its is abundantly clear that selling to incumbent energy customers or creating an entirely new market for a product of the energy sector is probably one of the most difficult challenges that anyone can think of so how aware of that challenger the entrepreneur's you work with and i guess more importantly how do you prepare them for that reality what what what words of advice to you have for startups that are trying to enter the space so i think that most of our entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs i know generally are pretty savvy with their knowledge of the challenges that exists in clean tech and clean tech hardware in terms of funding in terms of your current headwinds on the federal front but they are really doing it because there's i think for most of the entrepreneur's we work with thursday more than one bottom line that they're thinking about so i'd say that our community of entrepreneurs is filled with people who actually want to make a broader impact then just building a company to make money and so i think that that's what drives them and i think you can you can definitely pursue both goals at once we are entering town and based organization were a public benefit corporation and so we wear our mission proudly honor sleeves when we interview companies to come to green town labs that's something that we are looking for.

emily reicher