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"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Good to chat with these always or so last night the Washington nationals staged a dramatic comeback there down three one their face in the invincible Josh hater their young stud Juan sodo is up he's in a five for forty seven slop it looks like once again this powerful nationals team will have a great regular season but fail in the playoffs but no Soto gets the base hit to right field this kid Trent Gresham is playing his Christian yell at use out the ball gets by AM three runs score you for ya in the nation's capital celebrations happiness tears of joy music in one guy in America watches that and says home down you're celebrating too much that is Adam Robert Carter where do you stand at Adams assessment that basically they should have done this good when let's go to Los Angeles that's basically what he said. yeah I'm corrode. yeah. and they are. that is very very similar to how I celebrate at the end of mid market average right. very similar. glad you've been there before now why. act like every day you you've won the World Series. yeah you got to celebrate what about that. there's a levels of celebration and I'm not going to get fired up again about it but having the family out on the field and hugging and bawling and which come on which family members okay the only family members came only take cares about this if they do. you have a basketball game your government and yet and so so let me ask you this card if they defeat. the big bad bully's from southern California the Dodgers so now they are the National League representative to play of course the twins we know to be the twins are the family members allowed to come on the field van or no not until the World Series I'll allow it. if you win the pennant yes are allowed. that's one of the rules. looks like we have we're a nation of law and order we need rules. unwritten baseball wrong right it's almost like Adam would like to have teeth like this set up one of those phone call lily get texting shame and he'd like to have all the nationals on it the family members a national players and they'll be waiting if it's game six in LA there we go ahead. we're gonna wait for the yes Sir knoll from Adam if they're allowed to enter the playing field. I suppose that there's going to be an arbiter. who else in the out but you know exactly who else are you holding up it is part of what people hate about baseball I think is the kind of stop the this is baseball in Gol. where you have all that thank all you're not circle don't do that the latest heart of the the beauty of what football is done where they brought back to celebrations yeah Carter and so I. anti celebration that's what he is that's what he say listen job you see see turns ninety five today this should be a joyous occasion and Adam is the Mister anti fun police. hi res product you're busy like with is there's little pencil and a scorecard. you know you still you've got to tabulate the staff by hand does he eat lunch car yeah I mean I've done then the path yeah I know I've been go up and walk around the station people book hung up Happy Birthday WCCO banners I would walk around ripping them down. is the date of birth you got a nine ninety five years hot love that. check my email I used to check my CEO you now but no one calls me anymore so I don't know I don't know what happened I'm out so are you JT do Russia at inter com dot com after I feel free to send an email that you send them an email right J. to Russia and Anna down back down all party complaints about this segment so. well I wrote the last time you heard Shaq to that email world probably through months ago yeah too much we might have to do so last time we chatted you are on your way to your your your high school yeah where you're gonna be on her okay how did it go. so it was great but you you may recall that you issued a challenge yes because I was given I was told I was again five minutes to speak yeah. and I I thought five minutes seemed longer stocking is go back to high school care. our data who would want to hear from a forty four year old newsman who does not even look at their state. so even like the nurses wouldn't be excited by the local this guy was there you know what I mean and I suggest a goal thirty well right and you said you would buy a less than I under fifty dollars yes if I want thirty minutes yeah but I did talk it over because. like a very nice all. so my awards were presented at the homecoming pep rally okay. I don't know if any of you guys have been to a high school homecoming pep rally lately but it's not like what it was like when we were in school I tell you it hate it Carter because it is an over the top celebrations it's joy right it was unbelievable yeah they have like the marching band comes out rob why they interviews every team and from every false ward and then the football team came out and there were like pyrotechnics when. why get out the car and then they're playing games plan like they have like one game where they would play a part of our Nickelodeon team the song and then they make like the freshman class finish the song okay yeah I'd like to thousand kids doing saying a lan card I would hate this the whole time he would be angry pyrotechnics about pyrotechnics with the interior yeah like maybe when they gave her yeah exactly is a tough ask get to the playoffs and get back to me. order order MMA like all right now we're starting a new tradition we're gonna either analog right so now would you. me the rumors of the electric like the kids are about to explode out of their out of their seats yeah and then it's like let's take this doctor to a screeching record scratch. well I like I had not prepared any remarks as I was honored for their distinguished alumni of my high school so I was just going to wing it in good saying because it was. so I just like pandered to the crowd I would like some more as I think you guys were wrapped in that application and they all three G. and then the senior start pulling me and I just said like you played a few beautifully itself that I write I just love high school out there thank you guys. Deerfield you know and that was that I also noticed that that then on Twitter you took a shot of you know they they they I think they picked you most likely to succeed but right below it and this is nineteen ninety three. asked body best build you know something like that I don't think we can put that in the two thousand and nineteen we have best physique yeah there are those that seek slash bad bass like best body body there also is best bonds. there's a real category in our a friend of mine who was in all of like the AP classes with me but she was also a cheerleader she..

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"robert carter" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The army ROTC after her antisemitic social media posts were uncovered, according to the army Martha Gert is, is on leave of absence from the army reserve officer training corps at the university of North Carolina Charlotte, army spokesman Major, Robert Carter says she was removed from the ROTC for posting racist, anti semitic, homophobic, and pro Nazi messages on social media ROTC officials say they learned for online activities when an anti-racism group called Carolina workers collective posted screen shots of tweets attributed to her Carter says Curtis admitted to posting statements on her Twitter account, which has now been suspended Tanya. Jay towers, Fox News, North Carolina, Republicans have retooled legislation intended to counter decisions by some sheriffs who refused to comply with written requests by federal immigration agents to hold criminal defendants. The new language won the support of the North Carolina sheriff's association, who had opposed, the house, version state, Senator, Dan, Bishop. Is calling on Mecklenburg sheriff, Gary McFadden to resign over his immigration policy changes at issue as a case where a suspect arrested twice on domestic violence? Charges was released then arrested by ice soon after bishops spoke with WBZ's, Pat mccrory show. Beg the question law enforcement officials here in North Carolina in Charlotte going to cooperate you basic cooperation, but federal law enforcement, that's what it amounts to. And the answer chairman bad has given is absolutely not. In a statement McFadden says the Bill usurps the power of every sheriff and local community is set their own policies. He also says he fears the Bill will result in communities becoming less safe and doesn't not endorse. The support of the Bill by the North Carolina sheriff's association north. Carolina congressman Mark Walker says that he will not launch a primary challenge against Republican Senator, Thom Tillis. In a statement Walker says he's confident that his continued service in the house will best help efforts to reclaim the majority. Tell us already facing a primary challenge from Raleigh businessman North Carolina's public universities and other step closer to having the option to sell beer and wine during campus athletic events with the Bill. That's cleared, another general assembly committee that measure passed by the Senate. Commerce committee, gives university trustee board the authority to issue alcohol sale permits on campus. The committee amended the Bill to also allow alcohol sales at some least venues off campus universities told lawmakers, a Bill would give them greater control over game day, drinking activities and lead to fewer alcohol related problems. Some lawmakers expressed concern that the Bill would exacerbate binge drinking issues. The legislation cleared the house in April and now heads to another Senate committee. President Trump drawing bipartisan criticism after saying, he would listen, if a foreign government had information he could use against a campaign opponent and may or may not report it the president tweeting, I meet and talk to foreign governments every day. I just met with the Queen of England the prince of Wales, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, the prime minister violin, the president of France. And the president of Poland, we talked about everything he continued should I immediately call the FBI about these calls and meetings, how ridiculous, I would never be trusted again. Democratic presidential candidates, Elizabeth Warren. Bernie Sanders and Baidoa Rourke are among those arguing the president. Trump's words were more reason to begin impeachment proceedings at the White House. Jon decker Fox News now. Your WBZ money watch the Dow is up one hundred points at twenty six thousand one zero five NASDAQ is up forty six while the S and P five hundred is ahead eleven and WBZ T, we lead local. I'm Chad Bauer. WBZ news..

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"robert carter" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Cloudy, seventy two in concord, it's seventy one in uptown, mostly cloudy and sixty nine. UNC Charlotte cadet has been removed from the army ROTC after her antisemitic social media posts were uncovered, according to the army, Martha gird is on leave of absence from the army reserve officer training corps at the university of North Carolina. Charlotte, army spokesman Major, Robert Carter says she was removed from the ROTC for posting racist, anti semitic, homophobic, and pro Nazi messages on social media ROTC officials say they learned for online activities when an anti-racism group called Carolina workers collective posted screen shots of tweets attributed to her Carter says Curtis admitted to posting statements on her Twitter account, which has now been suspended Tanya, j powers, Fox News. North Carolina, Republicans have retooled legislation intended to counter decisions by some sheriffs who refuse to comply with written requests by federal immigration agents to hold criminal defendants. The new language won the support of the North Carolina sheriff's association, who had opposed the house version of the Bill state Senator, Dan. Bishop is calling on Mecklenburg sheriff, Gary McFadden to resign over his immigration policy changes at issue as a case, where I suspect arrested twice domestic violence charges was released then arrested by ice soon after bishops spoke with WBZ's, Pat mccrory show. Big question is our law enforcement officials here in North Carolina, and in Charlotte going to cooperate you basic cooperation to federal law enforcement. That's what it amounts to and the answer. Chairman bad, who's given. Absolutely not. In a statement McFadden says the Bill usurps the power of every sheriff and local community to set their own policies. He also says he fears the Bill will result in communities becoming less safe and does not endorse the support of the Bill by the North Carolina sheriff's association. The flooding is subsiding, but officials are still warning people to stay out of the water. There's a lot of debris along with raw sewage. That spilled into a stream feeding mountain island lake more from FOX forty six Charlotte's amber Roberts. We've rethought. Unle seen a lot of things floating in mountain island lake.

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"robert carter" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Incoming president of the American Academy asleep medicine. So he goes on to talk about how circadian rhythms affect you, so this area, the brain has an incredible hold over sleeping patterns because it controls the genetic component of our circadian rhythms while other factors such as age and lifestyle can determine when we wake up, and this is what I find fascinating. So this is again, from, from the sleep center, the American Academy, the Washington University of Washington medicine sleep center. He says that, okay. Well, other factors, such as age and lifestyle can determine when we wake up about fifty percent of our sleeping. Patterns are determined by our genes. We're not talking about the kind of jeans or where these are the genes in your brain. So fifty percents of sleeping patterns are determined by genes. So at some point are you just fighting the inevitable? Is there only so much that you can do and I mean that in a very positive way to change the circadian rhythms? But here's what I found a really cool. Article it's by Lisa Evans. It's fast company and she says the age old proverb early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy, and wise may just be true, according to an upcoming book, the morning mind in the book, the author, Robert Carter PHD said that there's a biological reason that the early bird gets the worm. So I've never heard this before. This is very fascinating. I feel like this could be a very nice compliment to throw to your early rising morning, friends. See she Steve goes on to say our brains are actually physically bigger when we first wake up, according to Carter your inner cranial volume is greater in the morning. He says because your head and body are level during. Sleep, your brain receives more body fluid making your brain. Optimal for performing the hours immediately following wakeup. This conclusion is based on studies on patients suffering from Parkinson's. The patients Carter says we're better able to perform complex tasks in the morning, but throughout the day, the amount of fluid in the brain, decrease the patients, experienced and associated associated decline in cognitive ability. So the, the compliment I was kind of looking for there is, you know, hey, great to see a nice early in the morning person at work. My your brain looks large this morning. So I feel like that not a pickup line but a very strength based, you know, hey, I'm noticing you wake up early she she goes on to say, we're all morning people while some of us claim to be our most creative at night. We don't hit the pillow until early morning hours. This is this is what I love. So we just jumped out of that one article that said a lot of this is genetics. It's in the brain. But then this author. Robert Carter PHD, then he goes on to say Carter says less than one percent of the population are actually genetically programmed to be night owls. So I would love to see that data lined up together, and I'm not claiming that, that I know it's correlated or that sort of thing. But I thought that was kind of fascinating, he argues that those who consider themselves night, owls, most likely suffer from sleep deprivation, or sleep restriction. And this, he said results in a reduction in cognitive performance emotional regulation and productivity. So I love that concept. I mean if you stay up really, really late, and you have to get up early, then you are dealing with a sleep deprivation or sleep restriction in that can result in a lot of negative things. So early that to tell you to your seriously authentic city. I finally had the white noise machine that just down to a science now. So when I record nice and early it's very quiet in my office. And I just noticed as I picked up a paper towel that I put my gum in man, these, the microphone is very, very active, and I feel like today. I'm noticing I'm hearing my breathing a lot. And the allergy season is. At its finest, and I have these nice seasonal allergies where have to use an inhaler and it's pretty bizarre. Last about two three four weeks out of the year. And so I'm finding myself right now. Now I've got this. I remember listening to an audio book, once while I was I used to ride a bike to, to work. I did that for a summer two was really rough. But I remember hearing one author and here was this right here? And I feel like that's what I'm doing right now. So I hope that, that is not becoming annoying to someone. But, but here we go early birds and more productive. One reason early risers may be more productive is that they are more proactive and persistent, which is the result of a very well, rested mind. The killer persistence is fatigue, and frustration early risers list fatigue, less irritable and have less frustration than their night out. Counterpart says Dr Carter night owls, who have gone to bed beyond their biological clock and receive less than adequate sleep tend to spend more time or in the morning. Hanging around the coffee machine or engaging in conversation with co workers, they do this as a means to warm up their brain. So I thought that was kind of a pretty nice way to say I've process, many conversation in sessions, where people are pretty irritated with these co workers, that are quote warming of their brains, according to Dr Carter. So if that is truly what the person is doing. And then they go on to have a more productive day than than power to them, good for them. But if they are warming up the rains throughout the day, then maybe there might be a better place for them to warm up their brain. But he also says, there's another reason why. Tells me underperforming, comparison morning people. The late bedtime favored by night. Owls doesn't match up well with our societal norms of the nine to five workday because evening, people tend to not get the desired seven to eight hours of sleep. They tend to not perform as well. Thanks to that chronic sleep deprivation. And I realize, I'm I'm being somewhat of a hypocrite here where I'm about to read about to read to this, you're, according to sleep schedule is adjusting the sleep schedule can help these night Alice to reap those early morning benefits after equality sleep. Dr Carter said that might mean waking up at nine or ten AM, this works well for people who are able to work from home or those who are in an office with the Justice start times. But that is far from the norm. He says, so now we're going to go back to that the first start of what we're talking to from the BBC. But the hypocritical piece, I realize is I just said, hey, I don't really need a whole lot of sleep. And now we're kind of going into that, you must get sleep. So I still, I totally believe sleep is the is the goal asleep helps sleep is a good thing if you listen to episode with Dr Adam hardcourt where we were talking about the brain and migraines and post concussion syndrome at the end he was giving. The secret to a long healthy life. And, and I think I showed my car's there when I said, please don't say it's sleep and admittedly. He said it was dance which I almost feel like I would, I would rather kind of get better at sleeping than dancing, because I've never been a good dancer. There's a truth. All right. So back to this article many people can't just go to sleep until their natural rhythms. Tell them that it's bedtime. So unfortunately, that rhythm doesn't always eat the nine to five workday. So there we have some, some continuity between both of the articles. So. Who are first first author here is I want to say it was yeah. There go. Brian bores a calc-. So at Brian the Cousy then goes on to say is that. So the workday starts earlier than those people who would want says, says this Watson that he's, he's referring to. They get the sleep, they sleep deprived. And that makes them more even difficult to wake up. He said it is possible to successfully shift one sleeping patterns, but it just takes a lot of work says, what's and if you wanna wake up early have to fight your own DNA, and I think that's a pretty important statement to is that it's not impossible, but you're fighting against some genetics and some DNA. He said to have a chance to win the battle, you have to do a few key things. The first is simple, let light into your room in the morning and keep light out at night. And he says, light exposure is the most important thing by far by far says Watson it affects us Arcadian rhythm your internal clock. The most it's far more powerful than any melatonin, or medication that you can take natural light is sufficient, but that can be hard to come by, and winter months, even when the sun rises later. So what's in suggested, and I looked up these they're not too hard to find. But Watson suggests that buying a light box that produces twenty thousand Lux, which is a measurement of light and keeping it across you for fifteen minutes in the morning, you can also keep a dawn simulator, which is a lamp that comes on gradually by your bed site. That's kind of a fascinating thing too. So while briar doesn't have a special light to help him get up. He does put his smartphone, which doubles as alarm across the room when it rings a four thirty he's forced to get out of bed to shut it off. He goes directly into the shower after that, which helps them fight off the morning, grime Eunice, and I am planning on doing episode or two on smartphones. And are they are they a friend in the bedroom, or they Afo a lot of the research seems to kind of support the ladder, but for the sake of this article, he's talking about that? I do find and I'm looking at a book, a, there's one called smarter faster better, which is by Charles duhig. And that's a fascinating book Charles, do he did the power of habit, which is one of those books, kind of the one of the ones that changed my life, and I did a podcast on that, like a year and a half ago. But even talks about things like if you're going to run you want to become a runner, you lay out your clothes the night before and you literally for a week. Week or however long it is you wake up in the morning and you just put your clothes on then maybe ended up taking your clothes off. But, but you start to kind of simulate that pattern. And I think that, that's a good thing here to says, when when this when briar gets out of bed at four thirty he gets out of bed. He goes directly to the shower, which helps them fight off the morning ruggedness. I think too often when people just kind of lay there. That's that, that's that. Magic time where people didn't tend to go back to sleep hit the snooze, or, and I get that. I mean I really do. I understand. I tried to stay away from even snoozing one time because I you know, this is one of those were just anecdotal evidence over the years. I find that the people that tend to just kind of get up and get at it or people that just they're alarmed. They've conditioned themselves, though, when my alarm goes off, it's you just pop awake. You know, it's kind of what you do. And I know a lot of people say I like the snooze for an hour. You know that sort of thing. No judgment. No shame. But, but I think getting directly into the shower or, or having your running close laid out for you, and then getting up putting them on, and then just getting into that routine. And that's where I kind of think any of this stuff goes, you know, when, when I talk about in. My own life where it's feel like it's pretty pretty routine, or I'll go as far as the easy to wake up in the morning, it's just the routine. I mean I feel like my body just knows that long ago. We're not going to fight this guy in this. He gets up he exercises. He listens to stuff you know. And I just I love that it's such a such an important integral part of the my morning that I really do. Enjoy it. Okay. So the next part is sleep strategy. So he says, waking up is only half the battle, you also need to go to bed early for night. Owls falling asleep earlier can be difficult as well. He says, first of all, no coffee after fourteen hundred but I'll do the math for you. That's to clock in the PM. Stop exercising at least four hours before bedtime and a larger lunch, but a lighter breakfast, lighter dinner, that's according to Dr Kenny paying a Singapore-based ear nose and throat doctor who specializes in sleep disorders. And then.

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"robert carter" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Incoming president of the American Academy asleep medicine. So he goes on to talk about how circadian rhythms affect you, so this area, the brain has an incredible hold over sleeping patterns because it controls the genetic component of our circadian rhythms while other factors such as age and lifestyle can determine when we wake up, and this is what I find fascinating. So this is again, from, from the sleep center, the American Academy, the Washington University of Washington medicine sleep center. He says that, okay. Well, other factors, such as age and lifestyle can determine when we wake up about fifty percent of our sleeping. Patterns are determined by our genes. We're not talking about the kind of jeans or where these are the genes in your brain. So fifty percents of sleeping patterns are determined by genes. So at some point are you just fighting the inevitable? Is there only so much that you can do and I mean that in a very positive way to change the circadian rhythms? But here's what I found a really cool. Article it's by Lisa Evans. It's fast company and she says the age old proverb early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy, and wise may just be true, according to an upcoming book, the morning mind in the book, the author, Robert Carter PHD said that there's a biological reason that the early bird gets the worm. So I've never heard this before. This is very fascinating. I feel like this could be a very nice compliment to throw to your early rising morning, friends. See she Steve goes on to say our brains are actually physically bigger when we first wake up, according to Carter your inner cranial volume is greater in the morning. He says because your head and body are level during. Sleep, your brain receives more body fluid making your brain. Optimal for performing the hours immediately following wakeup. This conclusion is based on studies on patients suffering from Parkinson's. The patients Carter says we're better able to perform complex tasks in the morning, but throughout the day, the amount of fluid in the brain, decrease the patients, experienced and associated associated decline in cognitive ability. So the, the compliment I was kind of looking for there is, you know, hey, great to see a nice early in the morning person at work. My your brain looks large this morning. So I feel like that not a pickup line but a very strength based, you know, hey, I'm noticing you wake up early she she goes on to say, we're all morning people while some of us claim to be our most creative at night. We don't hit the pillow until early morning hours. This is this is what I love. So we just jumped out of that one article that said a lot of this is genetics. It's in the brain. But then this author. Robert Carter PHD, then he goes on to say Carter says less than one percent of the population are actually genetically programmed to be night owls. So I would love to see that data lined up together, and I'm not claiming that, that I know it's correlated or that sort of thing. But I thought that was kind of fascinating, he argues that those who consider themselves night, owls, most likely suffer from sleep deprivation, or sleep restriction. And this, he said results in a reduction in cognitive performance emotional regulation and productivity. So I love that concept. I mean if you stay up really, really late, and you have to get up early, then you are dealing with a sleep deprivation or sleep restriction in that can result in a lot of negative things. So early that to tell you to your seriously authentic city. I finally had the white noise machine that just down to a science now. So when I record nice and early it's very quiet in my office. And I just noticed as I picked up a paper towel that I put my gum in man, these, the microphone is very, very active, and I feel like today. I'm noticing I'm hearing my breathing a lot. And the allergy season is. At its finest, and I have these nice seasonal allergies where have to use an inhaler and it's pretty bizarre. Last about two three four weeks out of the year. And so I'm finding myself right now. Now I've got this. I remember listening to an audio book, once while I was I used to ride a bike to, to work. I did that for a summer two was really rough. But I remember hearing one author and here was this right here? And I feel like that's what I'm doing right now. So I hope that, that is not becoming annoying to someone. But, but here we go early birds and more productive. One reason early risers may be more productive is that they are more proactive and persistent, which is the result of a very well, rested mind. The killer persistence is fatigue, and frustration early risers list fatigue, less irritable and have less frustration than their night out. Counterpart says Dr Carter night owls, who have gone to bed beyond their biological clock and receive less than adequate sleep tend to spend more time or in the morning. Hanging around the coffee machine or engaging in conversation with co workers, they do this as a means to warm up their brain. So I thought that was kind of a pretty nice way to say I've process, many conversation in sessions, where people are pretty irritated with these co workers, that are quote warming of their brains, according to Dr Carter. So if that is truly what the person is doing. And then they go on to have a more productive day than than power to them, good for them. But if they are warming up the rains throughout the day, then maybe there might be a better place for them to warm up their brain. But he also says, there's another reason why. Tells me underperforming, comparison morning people. The late bedtime favored by night. Owls doesn't match up well with our societal norms of the nine to five workday because evening, people tend to not get the desired seven to eight hours of sleep. They tend to not perform as well. Thanks to that chronic sleep deprivation. And I realize, I'm I'm being somewhat of a hypocrite here where I'm about to read about to read to this, you're, according to sleep schedule is adjusting the sleep schedule can help these night Alice to reap those early morning benefits after equality sleep. Dr Carter said that might mean waking up at nine or ten AM, this works well for people who are able to work from home or those who are in an office with the Justice start times. But that is far from the norm. He says, so now we're going to go back to that the first start of what we're talking to from the BBC. But the hypocritical piece, I realize is I just said, hey, I don't really need a whole lot of sleep. And now we're kind of going into that, you must get sleep. So I still, I totally believe sleep is the is the goal asleep helps sleep is a good thing if you listen to episode with Dr Adam hardcourt where we were talking about the brain and migraines and post concussion syndrome at the end he was giving. The secret to a long healthy life. And, and I think I showed my car's there when I said, please don't say it's sleep and admittedly. He said it was dance which I almost feel like I would, I would rather kind of get better at sleeping than dancing, because I've never been a good dancer. There's a truth. All right. So back to this article many people can't just go to sleep until their natural rhythms. Tell them that it's bedtime. So unfortunately, that rhythm doesn't always eat the nine to five workday. So there we have some, some continuity between both of the articles. So. Who are first first author here is I want to say it was yeah. There go. Brian bores a calc-. So at Brian the Cousy then goes on to say is that. So the workday starts earlier than those people who would want says, says this Watson that he's, he's referring to. They get the sleep, they sleep deprived. And that makes them more even difficult to wake up. He said it is possible to successfully shift one sleeping patterns, but it just takes a lot of work says, what's and if you wanna wake up early have to fight your own DNA, and I think that's a pretty important statement to is that it's not impossible, but you're fighting against some genetics and some DNA. He said to have a chance to win the battle, you have to do a few key things. The first is simple, let light into your room in the morning and keep light out at night. And he says, light exposure is the most important thing by far by far says Watson it affects us Arcadian rhythm your internal clock. The most it's far more powerful than any melatonin, or medication that you can take natural light is sufficient, but that can be hard to come by, and winter months, even when the sun rises later. So what's in suggested, and I looked up these they're not too hard to find. But Watson suggests that buying a light box that produces twenty thousand Lux, which is a measurement of light and keeping it across you for fifteen minutes in the morning, you can also keep a dawn simulator, which is a lamp that comes on gradually by your bed site. That's kind of a fascinating thing too. So while briar doesn't have a special light to help him get up. He does put his smartphone, which doubles as alarm across the room when it rings a four thirty he's forced to get out of bed to shut it off. He goes directly into the shower after that, which helps them fight off the morning, grime Eunice, and I am planning on doing episode or two on smartphones. And are they are they a friend in the bedroom, or they Afo a lot of the research seems to kind of support the ladder, but for the sake of this article, he's talking about that? I do find and I'm looking at a book, a, there's one called smarter faster better, which is by Charles duhig. And that's a fascinating book Charles, do he did the power of habit, which is one of those books, kind of the one of the ones that changed my life, and I did a podcast on that, like a year and a half ago. But even talks about things like if you're going to run you want to become a runner, you lay out your clothes the night before and you literally for a week. Week or however long it is you wake up in the morning and you just put your clothes on then maybe ended up taking your clothes off. But, but you start to kind of simulate that pattern. And I think that, that's a good thing here to says, when when this when briar gets out of bed at four thirty he gets out of bed. He goes directly to the shower, which helps them fight off the morning ruggedness. I think too often when people just kind of lay there. That's that, that's that. Magic time where people didn't tend to go back to sleep hit the snooze, or, and I get that. I mean I really do. I understand. I tried to stay away from even snoozing one time because I you know, this is one of those were just anecdotal evidence over the years. I find that the people that tend to just kind of get up and get at it or people that just they're alarmed. They've conditioned themselves, though, when my alarm goes off, it's you just pop awake. You know, it's kind of what you do. And I know a lot of people say I like the snooze for an hour. You know that sort of thing. No judgment. No shame. But, but I think getting directly into the shower or, or having your running close laid out for you, and then getting up putting them on, and then just getting into that routine. And that's where I kind of think any of this stuff goes, you know, when, when I talk about in. My own life where it's feel like it's pretty pretty routine, or I'll go as far as the easy to wake up in the morning, it's just the routine. I mean I feel like my body just knows that long ago. We're not going to fight this guy in this. He gets up he exercises. He listens to stuff you know. And I just I love that it's such a such an important integral part of the my morning that I really do. Enjoy it. Okay. So the next part is sleep strategy. So he says, waking up is only half the battle, you also need to go to bed early for night. Owls falling asleep earlier can be difficult as well. He says, first of all, no coffee after fourteen hundred but I'll do the math for you. That's to clock in the PM. Stop exercising at least four hours before bedtime and a larger lunch, but a lighter breakfast, lighter dinner, that's according to Dr Kenny paying a Singapore-based ear nose and throat doctor who specializes in sleep disorders. And then.

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"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"You can take that to the Bank. On the moon. I think I got big. The guys on pretty much. Sabotaged me. All is that right? You're fire and some stuff there. Boss was wow. Low T. Hello. Sorry. That she puts everything down. I've I have been warned you want it. You wanna you want to try, no? Past us. Speaking of the moment fifty years ago Woodstock had a bit of a moment. And we're obsessed. Have you checked out the lateral deltoid lately? Bilateral deltoid vacuum. Excellent excellent stuff. We're obsessed in this country. I fall for two one year ago five years ago ten years ago, sometimes it's moments of celebration. Sometimes it's a tragedy. And it gets even bigger if we get a year. What do you think the big one year ten years here? Five ten. Then it's more twenty five twenty five. Yeah. Same same as with a high school reunions. Yes. We are class with our twenty fifth anniversary was twenty fifth twenty fifth year last year. We didn't we did not have a reunion really what what has happened. You want to know why cou all see each other every day? Anyway, what is the difference fair point? But no town stays in its town more than south Sony Prague's pretty up there. I would say if we compared numbers as far, but I've got fifteen coming up this summer, which is crazy to think about I'm not playing the, oh, I'm so old. And then I want you to tell me that. No, I'm not I just it doesn't feel like a high school for fifteen years twenty-five. But. Did you guys go to the other ones will the twenty? Yeah. I I went to because I'm a tech planning of supposed to be planning them. Are you a class officer? That's how it happened. I think we failed miserably twenty years, and it was some other students came up with their own impromptu or twenty year was kind of an impromptu relying like that and that one was actually really fun because you know, a lot of people again a lot of the people there were normally ones I see normally too big for them. You you look down you the jock. Did we all went over to a gun range in all great in Hudson? All great, and we had like a shooting contest put the nerds out there. And a Adam. Kind of the jock bullied still back at? The five year. Of course, you did handgun, you know. Okay. I'm just going to hurt. Harry make my day. You know, we stumbled. Seeing the time. We just went to the five year as it was ending and one of those cool for everybody. But then I went to the ten. And had a lot of fun. And I think I went. I think I went to another one. But I remember at at at, you know, since I graduated in eighteen hundreds I've had a few another one my friends drunk started calling me at like one o'clock repeatedly that night suggesting I meet them at that particular time. I wasn't that excited about that. No. You're you're better than that. Well, I really wasn't. Because I wasn't like I was did you come up with this man love to just can't. Or did you actually? Yeah. I'll meet you there in the news goes to. No, I saw the I saw I saw one. I'm like who the bleep is calling as making sure wasn't kids related then this is back in like four cell phones. Well, this is smoke. I mean there were small signals. Yeah. But no, yeah. It was it was my cell phone. I'm like, I why. And then I went. Oh, yeah. That's right. You know, what where do you guessed Dan on if somebody comes back, and they bring their significant other to a reunion because I think that's just foolish really what David supposed to be only singles. No. But I just think it's so awkward if you're kind of going down a bit of memory lane all just stand. Okay. So you Jen know each other from high school, but let's say he's never been to any of. Let's say you and Lindsey get married. Five years now, which is possible, right? We love to go to break. Alright. You'd want to sit there and stand there and listen Lindsey telling stories, and you would just stand there like a bump would work because she's so it's younger than I am. But I'd like to go to one to pretend McClatchy, you know, I've actually been to more. High school reunions that weren't mind that I have been to my own. We used to crash him at stella's all the time. Really? Yeah. So much fun you'd meet people. Yeah. That that's do. What's up? In other words, in it helps a little boys going, right? Of course. I mean a little bit of that power. Well, they're fifteen I finally feel like all of my resentment from high school is is washed dried up, so I could maybe go come back. Go right ahead. Like a cove of confrontation classmate confrontation in school when I was on knowing how union I experienced that not against me. But a girl who was all. Let's tease. Yeah. And also if you wanna let's find out that's open them up reunion confrontation reunion. Confrontations reunion stories are they over eighty properly. Rated underrated. Are they still going on right now? I would assume there is big is ever. And maybe they're even tougher now a social media because you're you're posting. Here's what Adam look like, then here's what Adam looks like now, sometimes it holds up and sometimes it doesn't nine past twelve areas. With the news. Adam Robert Carter. Forty degrees. In the twin cities residents living.

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"robert carter" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"By the T H P at this time. Investigation by special agents with the Tennessee bureau of investigation has resulted in the arrest on the Shelbyville woman on charges that she fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs at the request of seventeenth district. Attorney general Robert Carter on July fifth of two thousand eighteen TV eye agents began investigating Sherry Graham on allegations of obtaining drugs by fraud, during the course of the investigations agents developed information that the Shelbyville woman was responsible for fraudulently obtaining prescriptions from October twenty seventeen through April twenty eighteen on Thursday. Bedford county grand jury returned diamonds charging forty six year old Cheri Denise Graham with twelve counts of obtaining drugs by fraud. She turned herself into law enforcement officials on Thursday and was booked into the Bedford county jail on I five thousand dollar bond. Tennessee House Republicans have announced a proposal to address healthcare needs in the state Republicans nounce their care plan on Thursday. An acronym that stands for consumerism, increasing access improving rural health systems and empowering patients. Legislators said the plan would allow consumers to make their own decisions instead of insurance companies or the government some of the ideas include recruiting more physicians to practice in Tennessee, improved drug pricing increase rural access to healthcare and adopt federal provision, like the Katie Beckett waiver which allows children with complex medical needs to be taken care of at home. If they don't qualify for Medicaid Republican said their overall goal is to produce a plan that is focused on the patient. On friday. The Tennessee department of corrections. T doc, welcome the next generation of probation and parole officers into our workforce during a graduation ceremony at the Tennessee corrections academy into Lama the ceremony celebrated the hard work twenty eight probation and parole officers. We'll be serving citizens of Tennessee by working in the field across the state during their weeks of training the class. Learn skills that will assist them in being affective probation and parole officers classes on leadership, effective listening and interviewing techniques. Teamwork and defense skills were tall during the six-week academy. Most of the ground around Coffey last week was about the rain we've been having sometimes rainy days can be busy for law enforcement, working accidents. But on Friday morning that changed big way for Manchester. Police officers Manchester police department investigators tree Adcock and Brandon Thompson chief investigator Jackie Matheny along with German, Jamie Newman, Jason Fowler, and Antonio frost assisted in the delivery of a beautiful baby girl the delivery began in the Hardee's restaurant parking lot, the two.

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"robert carter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is facing charges after allegedly trying to break into John Mellencamp property in Bloomington. Indiana. The Monroe county sheriff's office responded to an alarm early yesterday found the security gate. Rammed open suspect. Forty eight year old Robert Carter was reportedly found in a building on the property told police he was there to arrest. The singer has been charged with burglary residential entry and criminal trespass. Well, Francis bean was not even to when her father nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain took his own life today. She says she feels guilty about inheriting money under tragic circumstances from a man she barely knew speaking on the rupaul. What's the t podcast Cobain says significant life lessons taught her how to deal with finances? The one where I was shown how to live was live in excess like live beyond your means live in excess right? And it took me stepping away from that and getting sober in order to realize that no matter how much money you think you have. It's not permanent. Kobe told rupaul she inherits around one hundred thousand dollars a month from her late father's estate. Major league baseball is said to be considering a couple of different matchups for its twenty twenty series across the pond. The first games in Britain are set for this summer. They'll fit feature of the Red Sox facing the New York Yankees. But next year where it is that will either be between the New York nets and the Washington nationals or the Chicago Cubs. And the Saint Louis cardinals five fifty on this Friday when we come back. We'll check traffic and weather. The new Wingate residents.

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"robert carter" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on WTVN

"To minors which is a requirement under the law. The CDC is reporting today the flu cases continue to rise in. They haven't seen the peak of the season yet there's been widespread flu activity across forty seven states and in Puerto Rico, the Ohio department of health is just reported a three year old child from Highland county died this week. From complications to the flu. He is the state's first recorded pediatric death of this flu season last year. Six children died across the Ohio from the illness. A forty eight year old man is accused of trying to break into rocker John Mellencamp property in Bloomington. Indiana officers found the security gate rammed open early yesterday. And Robert Carter inside a building on the property officers say he told them he was there to arrest. The singer Amazon is reportedly reconsidering placing its second headquarters in New York City amid opposition to people familiar with the tech giant's thinking say they are exploring some alternatives opponents of the HQ to project have criticized Amazon's business practices and expressed concerns with overcrowding in the area. They also cried foul the tax breaks that were being offered to the company and Cincinnati Reds fans are mourning the passing of hall of fame outfielder. Frank Robinson major league baseball says Robinson died yesterday after a lengthy illness at the age eighty three he won rookie of the year with the reds in nineteen fifty-six and followed it with a National League MVP award in nineteen sixty one.

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"robert carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"robert carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Power poll on the north side of indie light snow showers on radar. It's cloudy and seventeen in downtown Indianapolis. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at six thirty to that pole caught fire around five this morning on keystone avenue just north of forty sixth street, which TV's Kevin Rodman got to that scene. I arrived. There was one fire truck spotlight pointed up to it. And it appears that align may have broken loose from its safety or mouse holding it, and it was touching the poll itself about halfway up while I was watching sparks. I was watching the poll has since been fixed and power has been restored. There's also a busted water main and broad ripple Matt bear, we'll tell you more about that coming up from the WIBC traffic center. President Trump will have a second presidential physical exam today. Fox's John decker reports the results from the president's first physical administered last January found that while President Trump's blood pressure was normal. There was concern regarding both his cholesterol and his weight. According to CDC guidelines, his reported weight of two hundred thirty nine pounds put him just shy of being obese besides taking crest or used to prevent cardiovascular disease. The president is also taking a daily multivitamin propecia for hair loss, a daily aspirin for his heart and using a cream Flora's Asia at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News a record number of guns. What's found an airline passenger carry on bags last year? The TSA says over forty two hundred turned up in twenty eighteen nationally with Atlanta's airport leading the way we had a total of two hundred ninety eight guns detected at TEFA checkpoints in Atlanta that's up from two hundred forty five in two thousand seventeen TSA spokesman Mark how says DFW international airport in Texas finished. Second Howell says the airline travel numbers are increasing which means people are apparently simply carrying guns. More nearly nine out of ten guns that turned up at security checkpoints. Were loaded. John Mellencamp house in Monroe county was broken into Thursday morning. Robert Carter of Indianapolis told sheriff's deputies. He was there to arrest Mellencamp for supporting a government, which Carter himself does not support Carter was arrested short time later and the roads of the stars is not without sacrifice yesterday. Nasa honored the astronauts who gave their lives in furthering the agency's mission of exploration during their annual day of remembrance. Vice President Mike Pence was there on this. Nasa day of remembrance. We make one more installment in debt of honor to heroes whose contribution not just to the United States, but mankind are incalculable. And we'll be remembered forever NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein, attended a wreath laying that afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery tomb of the unknown soldier among those honored with the crews of Apollo one and the space. Shuttles challenger and Columbia. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC, and w I satellite. Lounge presents an evening progressive box. Oh, what a great art. Let's stem the lights for this next time too much. There. It is got to get things. Just right progressives. Name your price tool. Tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options at.

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"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Dave Lee WC CEO's morning news six to nine AM from the carrier heating studios tomorrow. Plenty of serious topics later in the show, we'll have fun with major though, we'll get we'll get to soon series politics. Also major when he's in studio. Mr Adam Robert Carter, just to first one is underrated long lost. And then refound love pretty sappy here. But my sister got married on Friday for the second time to a gentleman that does really stolen her art. They rekindle the the went. They met in high school. And then this Dan her new husband moved away, and they rekindle them on Facebook years ago. Now, he moved up here from Taus, New Mexico. So he gave up Taus New Mexico to appear in his a chef great guy when he was in jail in house Zach, and I have experienced the same too. So that is my underrated overrated. Your gal we kid the lobster. But she's a great person. Great family families of welcomed me and my family, and it's been wonderful. Underrated. Just because this is the last show before Christmas. Yeah. And I'm going to do this every time, and I think we we brought it up but Chris stop with the Christmas story. It's the most overrated Christmas movie and don't even put it in the conversation for best Christmas movie. It's a terrible movie. Whoa. I I don't like it. I'm not sure I go to the point of terrible. But I mean, you are the guy who told us remember this day that he loves Christmas, and did and I've been listening to actually I've got to presets now on my Sirius satellite radio. It's all Christmas. All the time. Dave, david. I. One station. I don't know why you eight three old buddy. On the HD two priests. Yeah. Okay. What else? Do you want to tell us? What comments talking about right now? Or maybe the Suci you boy podcast. Promote. I mean jeeze. No that's about it at Christmas story over. Yes. Yes. I'm with you overrated, but not that bad. I didn't go to the point where he did. Yeah. I just. Yeah. No hates a good movie. I think I brought this up. I mean, it's a wonderful wife worst movie if you want overrated Christmas another overrated mall. It's dreadful. We we sometimes are conditioned because a movie has been around for a long time and other people like it. We just have to flock like sucker fill that sucker Vilgam. Oh, other people like it Carter. So we got like it also. So when your porn obsession, just because you're involved with born every moment of the day doesn't mean gave it I have to follow Magri it. I mean, that's where I looked when I look at good movies, the plotlines balance everything else rate, everything is opposed to that. Sure. Dave, followed born talk. Yeah. Well, let's run what role with porn talk. Let's dive deep. No. I had you know, similar things. Do you sun in the winter the beautiful weather in the in the end of December can't go wrong with that? But I'll just have one more than Christmas music. Underrated. Thank you Christmas music. Underrated. I grew up in a house where it was playing nonstop from probably a week or two before. Thanksgiving through the holiday and afterwards..

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"robert carter" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Is the Tom Hartman program. Yes. No. Welcome back. Here with you. And yes, I am plugged in. My what a day here Francis Causey is on the line with us. We had a brief conversation a while ago. But it was just way too brief and I wanted to revisit this. She is the director of a new movie called the long shadow a new documentary, and it is opening on Friday of this week the day after thanksgiving in Los Angeles and Francis welcome back to the program. Great to be back with you. I was just listening to your air. Check waiting to come on. And every time I'm on this program. I learned something from you. Thanks for having me back on. Well. Thank you. The the film is opening in L A on the twenty-third. So just you know, where how can people find out about that? And then we'll get into the movie. Yeah. Beverly Hills music call it opens November twenty third. We have a coal Ryan through November twenty nine th and they can get tickets at the long shadow shell dot com online. So we're really excited about the opening great. So tell us about the long shadow film. I mean, and and a lot of people are probably the majority of our audience right now is not the same audience who, you know, people right on radio every ten fifteen minutes people are getting in and out of their cars. So let's start at the beginning. What provoked you to make this movie? And and well, let's start with that. Well, I mean, I made the film that I couldn't find right, which is an honest, albeit hidden history of the role that not ending slavery at our founding the role that that played in. Of course, a part of that was the disproportionate power the political foul, obviously. Right. And so for the first two hundred years of the country, we had this terrible institution hidden history. Kind of been whitewashed out of our school textbooks growing up in the Sal. I knew something was deeply deeply wrong. And it was only later when I became a journalist that I knew that I had I had to I had to investigate the roots. The role of slavery, and how it connects to anti-black racism today, and then and very tragically. I discovered in the process of my research that my own ancestor who was the revolutionary governor of Virginia actually encoded slavery, which pretty much guaranteed at the south would have this political power. And of course, as we know they yielded horribly throughout our history. And he would continue to do today was things like the governor's race in Georgia. What is encoded me? So basically Thomas Jefferson came in and said, okay, let's take the British laws and make them into American wall. Once they once they ceded from what they left Great Britain broke from Great Britain. So basically, he sent the message that they built these laws one person one colony, you know, one St. at a time they built they made it into law encoded meaning make into law. Yeah. This is the thing that I was most blown away by by watching the movie, and I've, and I should say you, and I have worked together I narrated a movie or a documentary that you did. Remind me of the title heist dream. That's right. And you know, a couple of years ago. It's it's a brilliant movie. And I'm working people find that if they wanted Scherer. Absolutely. It's still I believe you can do it. You can actually see it. I think it's no up on YouTube, but you could go to heist dash the movie dot com. Hi, dash the moody dot com and get and get that film. It I got the best place to do it. Yeah. And it's a great movie about, you know, the whole the whole meltdown of the economy and the and the banksters who robbed us and the whole structural thing. So, but the thing that blue-eyed about your movie this new movie, the long shadow the website is the long shadow film dot com. The thing that really amazed me about it was. How personal it was for you. And you know, you just mentioned that you had an ancestor who is involved in in all this. But, but you are I mean, you know, you walk us through the movie you walk us through all these interactions with various people, you tell us all these stories. A what did you learn from that experience and the how how troubling how difficult was this to put together? Well, I mean, he's a great question. You know, first of all, you know, as a child, I I wouldn't sing all these terrible things that I did growing up in the south most, particularly the grinding just tragic poverty of the dishes franchise African American population in the south. So I wanted to understand the Genesis of that I wanted to understand how that came about. But I also knew that I had been plied both in my history books, and in my culture in an opportunity, I had been plied with all of these stereotypes about African Americans that I knew weren't true. And so what happened is I went after stories of incredible triumph in perseverance encourage on behalf of the African community in in America. And you later the African American community. And so what I found is particularly three stories that are. That are portrayed in the film, which is free black Canadians who left San Francisco and became instant citizens in the eighteen fifty s era became instance, citizens in Canada, and what that next for them. I interviewed the descendants of slaves who were freed by a white landowner named Robert Carter third and I profiled their descendants here in the US, and what it meant for them could be free to free people in the late seventeen hundreds. Right. And then sadly, I also interviewed the family of a gentleman who was killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at the Lockheed Martin aircraft wing plant in Meridian Mississippi, which is where my my producer is from Meridian Mississippi. And so what we wanted to do. Tom was connected dots on this. History and history. I know you're a history lover as much as I am. And so we we really get feel the fabric of our DNA when we look back in history and these historical moments in our time have had consequences until I really wanted to explain how things like Ferguson and how disproportionate police brutality was happening in our country. And he really brings together the entire story of wire country is struggling right now. And why a guy like Donald Trump, quite honestly was elected because these were not in a post racial society as you, and I both know, and what the election of Barack Obama did is it is it disinfection had always been there. But now, it's we, you know, the country is in a fever now with the infection and we've never dealt with us. And we gotta deal with it. You need a truth and reconciliation commission. We need a national narrative on how to deal with. And we. Did we did it with Japanese Americans after World War Two rely the country? Rely has done it with the national policy of recreation with possible for us to deal with it. But we have to understand this hidden history. The other thing that I found extraordinary was here's a white woman making a documentary. And I mean, you're brilliant documentary maker, and as I mentioned you've made a number of films, but here's a white woman making it very personal. On camera documentary that is about black slavery about African slavery in part in large part what? And and, you know, especially in in these days when there's all these conversations about. Apparently, we've got everything's good. Okay. Especially in these days when we've got, you know, conversations about, you know, should the white people play, Asians and television and things like that. Talk to me about that experience. I know exactly what you're talking about. You know, and how could a white woman talk about slavery. Right. And I pulled with this whole team grappled with this as we were in edit, you know, and what I my answer to that is, and I've been I've been criticized somewhat in the liberal community for making the film, and what I say to them is which is what our social impact producer, an African American woman Maria Judas said to me she said Francis. She said only a white woman could have made this story because what it is is the story about why oppression. It's a story about institutionalising white privilege, and it's about time a white person came up and said, hey, you know, we got a look at this history. Right. We're, you know, we're not in a post racial society. And so, you know, I welcome that debate. And I think people really need to see the film. But. The film is being Luli embraced by the African American community for that exact reason, I I certainly think so we're talking with Francis Causey. She's the director of the long shadow the website is the long shadow film dot com. And it seems to me like the one piece that you left out in your description of what the movie's about and why away one can make the movie is that at least for me, you know, seeing this through your eyes. I did not grow up in the south. I lived in Atlanta for thirteen years as an adult, but I didn't grow up in the south was the lies that white people told each other the lies that our white institutions like public education, the the and a lot of this being influenced by things like the you know, the daughters of the confederacy the United daughters of the confederacy we had a guest on talking about that yesterday. And as a white person confronting the the lies and stories and stereotypes that that we were raised with right? Why wouldn't we want to tell that story? Right. But what's the what's happened institutionally is the far right, which we have chronicled it, which you talk about in in heist. Right. They captured the media machine, right? The mainstream media machine, but also more insidiously early on in the fifties. With supreme court cases. They basically said you can't inject race. When you talk about certain things. Well, of course, this was a smokescreen. This was a comer for them because you absolutely need to talk about race. And you just look at the argument over affirmative action. I mean, it's it's it's crazy. Why would you do away with affirmative action when you've never really compensated after African Americans for their ancestors experience in this country. I mean, we haven't even started the debate. And you know. Reparations right. Was not yet reparations. I mean, he could be things like, you know, even reparations has become a dirty word. Now, what about just redirecting some property taxes from wealthy affluent white neighborhoods into black into black neighborhoods with you know, an enhancing the school system. But we need to study. We need to understand.

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"robert carter" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Dot com and get and get that film. I got the best place to do it. Yeah. And it's a great movie about, you know, the whole the whole meltdown of the economy, and and the and the banksters who robbed us and the whole structural thing. So, but the thing that blew my mind about year movie, this new movie, the long shadow the website is the long shadow film dot com. The thing that really amazed me about it was. How personal it was for you. And you know, you just mentioned that you had an ancestor who is involved in all this. But, but you are I mean, you know, you walk us through the movie you walk us through all these interactions with various people, you tell us all these stories. A what did you learn from that experience and be how how troubling how difficult was this to put together? Well, I mean is a great question. You know, first of all, you know, as a child, I wouldn't sing all these terrible things that I did growing up in the south most, particularly the grinding just tragic poverty on the disenfranchised African American population in the south. So I wanted to understand the Genesis of that I wanted to understand how that came about. But I also knew that I had been plied both in my history books, and in my culture, and in our community, I had been plied with all of these stereotypes about African Americans that I knew weren't true. And so what happened is I went after stories of incredible triumph, in perseverance and courage on behalf of the African community in in America. And your later the African American community. And so what I found in particularly three stories that are. That are portrayed in the film, which is free black Canadians who left San Francisco became instant citizens in the eighteen fifty s era became instant citizens in Canada. And what that next for them. I interviewed the descendants of slaves who were freed by a white landowner named Robert Carter third, and I profile their descendants here in the US, and what it meant for them to be free. Could be a free people in the late seventeen hundreds. Right. And then sadly, I also interviewed the family of a gentleman who was killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at the Lockheed Martin aircraft wing plant in Meridian Mississippi, which is where my my producer is from Meridian Mississippi. And so what we wanted to do. Tom was connected dots on this history and history. I know you're a history lover. As much as I am. And so we really get you feel the fabric of our DNA when we look back in history, and these Stoorikhel moments in our time have had consequences until I really wanted to explain how things like Ferguson and how disproportionate police brutality was happening in our country. And then you're really brings together the entire story of wire country is struggling right now. And why a guy like Donald Trump, quite honestly was elected because these were not in a post racial society you, and I both know, and what the election of Barack Obama did is it is it disinfection had always been there. But now, it's we, you know, the the country is in a fever now with the infection, and we'd never dealt with this. And we gotta deal with it. You need a truth and reconciliation commission. We need a national narrative on how to deal with this. And we did it. We did it with the Japanese Americans after World War Two. Do you rely the country were y has done it with the national policy of recreation with possible for us to deal with it? But we have to understand hidden history. The other thing that I found extraordinary was here's a white woman making a documentary. And I mean, you're a brilliant documentary maker, and as I mentioned you've made a number of films. But here's a white woman making a very personal on camera documentary that is about black slavery about African slavery in part in large part what? And and, you know, especially in in these days when there's all these conversations about. Apparently, we've got a everything's good. Okay. Especially in these days when we've got, you know, conversations about, you know, should the white people play, Asians and television and things like that. Talk to me about that experience. Now, I know exactly what you're talking about, you know, and how can a white woman talk about slavery. Right..

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"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Let's let's get some random observations here this hour including one that I heard from Adam Robert Carter early in the day. When he was trying to take me on gin Rummy now that will that will not harm prime man. I'm telling you what that will not be played a. Lot of gin in the last. Couple of months I think he. Wanted, to correct yourself. And your. Verbiage you drank a lot of John I'm the last couple of months well we plan generally that's right, you don't like. Jim Thome on how can you not like a gin and tonic Lindsey in. Some nice smooth warm day, unlike today. When it feels like seventy below Gin and. Tonic I'm a pro on I'm I'm terrible I like diet tonic tonic, water has a lot of Keller. Yeah it does it's delicious says a. Lot of calories so Adam was Adam was prepping for his work today by playing cards and. He pulled out the cards number two jokers and he was very mad about it I. Think you're right why do we still love the joy to joke what what how many card games involve jokers not enough unnecessary that should. Be our political campaign when we when we run for office eliminate the Joe eliminate it's completely not only. That you get to jokers and some some decks have. Like three or four jokers then. There might be a card that. Explains, different card games. In there. And they all get shuffled in I don't play that many card games I just don't remember playing that, many games with. The joker and lanzi went to the Google We went to. The Alexa or went to something are you seeing how many games involve a joker old maid Crazy jokers never heard of crazy Rummy uses jokers Does gin Rummy no. Says five hundred you need jokers. For. Five hundred God I play five hundred so long, euchre the Benny Benny card that I knew see I've played euchre off time either new preg- euchre in new Prager synonymous. With one another that brings up an, interesting point though is if we did over rated, underrated properly rated I would say playing cards as. A. Social, event underrate yes, like my parents I do too My parents had a good friends would come over once or twice a week and they'd come, over and they play gin. I would go play bridge where cribbage house we play lots. Of credit I used to play tons. Of cribbage of plank river bridge. Bridge. In fact do they lose your my mom used, to go to the locks that's, her maiden name and play bridge and talk about open board and she'd bring me along. And it'd be like the only kid, and I just have to be in some strange, housewife my mom and her friends you're an old. Soul. That, make free throw, it to yourself Put on the album does little Benny Goodman album and that'd be. Afraid of bees also here's another one atom. Was ranting about and he's. One hundred percent right but it is the most read story in. This on, the Star Tribune website right now an expensive house lake Benetton yes. What is our obsession with some house owned by they could be great people that can be awful people we have no idea but their house is selling I think this houses for like, fourteen and a half million, what are we can I get it if it was like Rosie was selling house Mark. Dayton was selling US House or for for, tonight like last week cook a story about the Pillsbury mentioned having, to, be demolished because they can't, sell it? Right. That that a. But I mean just, I'm not going to say a Random House because it's not random, that it's fourteen billion but why are we. So fascinated by this is the Pillsbury one right, no this is a different ones. For, different and it's the most read store is it we're just inherently, nosy? Or Gandhi is yes a little bit of everything I think it's it's dreaming to right, like when you buy the. Latter. To you like to look through a house that? Size and that much thinking man what if I had. That can you okay, I don't know John could. Tell me but the property taxes on lake Minnetonka one for. The Pillsbury mansions? A quarter of a? Million dollars a year The thing is and we all go to that but if, they're gonna four that yes they don't they It's. Not like they're right in the, mortgage, check each. Week I don't. Think that way at all it's just a totally different way John Goodman is saying to forget which UK times daddy believes his character. Character will be mopey and sad because his. Wife is dead Is that the way they should go in the complete reboot of Roseanne To, deal with it formerly. That way and just to make the clean caught she's not coming back we've, moved on, and the easiest way to do. It other than like it's you know a dream sequence with Patrick Duffy we're killing off Roseanne Is. That really any different than what his character was tires that's part of what, a track, attracted me to that series was. That it wasn't all Wasn't happy go. Lucky, I mean he was, a guy and she was a woman who. Struggled. In the correct in their life is a lower to lower middle class sad snarky human-like so issues financial issues and see how it dealt with okay so the death is that, the best way to. Make the clean. Cut to show that this is same character just separate by the, way the star and just to? Be clear she's not coming? Back, so. We killed would you have you have the final say on? Whatever the Connors what we're gonna call this now would you have done that yes yeah Yeah because either ever regardless of what route you take you. Still have to play. Out the back story and so. What are you, gonna put. Her in jail and then spin it that way I mean it's just whatever route they were going to take there's going to be uncomfortable backstory. That, they're going to have, to address so just get it over with. And. Be done with it so could you just moved out bible camp 'cause you've moved out with a show not acknowledged it you can't do it central of course I am totally, fine with this story. Going to my. Best friends they sat down here for thirty seconds and left to, trust me I know that feeling, I know that feeling we'll? Around, you Okay I want to talk about what's going on in Pittsburgh with a prominent? Media outlet in. How concerning that is or. Not concerned. For some people don't forget our friend Jamie Yuccas from CBS is. With us in about ten minutes here on c. c..

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"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"General and outstanding aviation, expert Mary skiavo is gonna join us in less than ten minutes Bought the, story, I started texting Adam and Karen late at. Night on are you paying attention to what is going on The man who took over plane was flying around the area and eventually, took his. Life we'll get to that in moments. Adam Carter Brooks KEPCO just won his third major in the. Last six he's played, you heard it fifty percent of them I think we'll. Check that Dan go to the Google Alan. He hurt his wrist which is about the last injury. You want in golf so he did not participate In the masters had a couple of, setbacks and. People were worried he now joins a. List with four other guys in one year to win the. US open and the, PG this an okay list at Brooks KEPCO has just. Joined Gene Sarazen Ben Hogan Jack Nicklaus Tiger Woods Brooks KEPCO the list is done right, there He is answering tiger yesterday after, one over to the first five five under. The next thirteen holes which was the worst he could have. Posted he missed four. Putts inside of what twelve feet He is remarkable clear-cut over the last fifteen. Months he's been the best player in the game He's one of four guys To win, three, majors, this early Watson tiger, Jack all these amazing maze and thanks for Brooks gap and. He wasn't the headliner yesterday You're with me right Of course seriously it was astonishing if, you think about it This. Everybody's wanted, like the, star. To fill the role post tiger we've had To really we've had like four or five other names do most strongest contenders Rory, when? He had four and speed when he, almost went four, and a year right DJ's been, great Jason day at Iran you've had others, but, now you've got a guy three and six is looks like he's. Seven six four hundred, and fifty pounds without a speck, of fat on, him and by. The way if you just think it's power wash your shocking. It's phenomenal He is just not. This monstrous machine who, hits it everywhere which is but, you don't win, this way But it's Eldrick woods and. Off the tee on the front nine he reminded me of, one guy, Adam Robert Carter come on man Yeah he. Looked like you on, the front nine off the tee he could not find a. Fair. Way beyond belief he's iron play. Was, exquisite let's go with that Did he have like seven straight one putt I'm turning. Member how many. One putts he had Some of the shots were? Amazing and then something clicked on the tenth hole Any just throated it right there And He came so damn close and he shoot sixty four six under sixty. Four. Yes the courses softer than. Normal but if you look at a lot of the PJ's by the, way sixteen under and middle teens under is not that rare for the. PJ so shoots that crazy number and it could him in lower. Adam think think about what happened He lipped out twice He left it. Just outside the cop another time on that part that looked like it was gonna. Be the masters. Replay so that's three and then he pars seventeen when. His bugaboo got him he is, when battling the driver I don't know Since maybe two thousand and five. Two thousand six I mean when he was at his peerless best two thousand two early two thousand three hundred bushes to he was the best driver. In the game Now, the driver is since since going to hang the driver's been erotic and he said all this success but the. Driver, gets must have just think about that lip on one leaving it on the ah just barely short on, eleven lip out and fourteen and parring seventeen when he. Partially plugged it in the hazard now every golfer can do that because they mentioned KEPCO missed four and four putts I think inside twelve feet but It was another one lives. Events just because, of him Carter were sports fans or even. Non-sports events are still drawn to wait tiger tiger's back so if you want to say he's really back. He's got it win but this is two straight majors where he was, right smack right, in the heart, of it and I have no idea how long that steel rod is, gonna hold up he's back, I have no idea how he's doing this with a steel rod is back but it is an amazing comeback. And golf she should be literally John on their knees thanking every day at him that he's back in the, mix I mean is there any any What what would you, say yeah I mean the the the thing that stands out I was just looking at the leader. Final leaderboard for, the open championship and I mean you, got two in a row now even the open championship where he, stumbled, on Sunday where you were okay he's, got to get a Sundays together, break sixty four yesterday. And yeah, I know it's not Bethpage Black at the US open in, the fourth round yeah but sixty four sixty four and to look, towards, next year with more the majors are. To obviously got Augusta and then, go to pebble pebble I'm not, sure Bethpage, Royal Portrush and Beth at Bethpage already one. Right the drivers still going to be as. Issue at Augusta because that's one where, you can't hide the driver but it was. Great stuff and. Again, the Vikings they, will win the next three. Preseason, games they will win the sixteen. Regular. Season games I'm telling you though the package deal put. Cook and cousins for a package deal. Get some linemen yeah we got Simeon we got rock got slaughter, I, I'd collect away long, before that yeah and by the way we're. Gonna we're gonna. Set precedent we're gonna play the, Pro Bowl team, we're gonna feel so confident after throttling somebody in the NFC champ. Jim we're going to say all you Pro Bowl guys get one team we'll take them and then when the Super. Bowl, the cousins folks the folks who love cousins were soul arouse during that first drive that's just the they want the season four for four exact They want? To, start now Mary Schiavo in minutes on what took place in, Seattle, Friday night it..

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"robert carter" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"That's so it's it's one to have those episodes where uh the whole crew life has problems just explain this concept to my fiance because we were watching the episode of season to his star trek voyager where the doctor just wakes up and docket everyone's gone i read the description as the oh it's a bottle up sowed with the doctor that's a bottle episode it's like a ship in a bottle in a classic bottle episode that gets mentioned when people talk about it with with reverence is the one from breaking bad called the fly where it's just the two of them in the lab having a conversation will try to kill a fly but the one where robert carter was like we have to go to the bridge we have to go to engineering and it's all of the different sets that you know already exist that he has to go to spend a lot of time in his mid bay kind of asking questions of himself and looking at things that he normally doesn't look at it's a great opportunity of focus somewhat more tightly on pieces of the furniture that have to this point only been shot lightening on it doesn't seem like there will be a bottle episode in bench very short you know 13 as thirteen are fifteen episode run i mean you can't i mean in a show where most of the sets don't actually exist right like in a television production sort of system where he i guess i guess star trek is always used green screen right they they were using green screen back when it was blue.

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"robert carter" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"robert carter" Discussed on Z100

"They used a feat physically be you are rising rising did i got pushed into a locker i'm because you like star wars because of without the nerd in general meal and in that in were first cloud over first chair clarinetist here was that didn't help and i was the drum major that also didn't help i was a dramatic or two it's hard to march backwards easy you became a drum major because you were a nerd i became a dramatic because i thought it was glamorous backing star wars thursday excited about it i don't know you know i've always been into those gadget movies like kingsman and what was the dick was cage movie astle's hazare national treasure which will have a gadget slash treasure hunt movie which is so nerdy but i love is so i'm a little bit of a nerd the movie that washington dc on the map did you think about it and you know what you're something kind of nerdy about being dungeon to drag its i never was into a but i will tell you and i'm still into it dance dance revolution the nerdy now other you've gotta nerdy loved that let's go talk to robert robert carter yeah nerd culture you know it it's okay to come out of the closet to to admit to the world you're a big nerd it's okay it's cool actually so you actually played dungeons in dragons and he keep it close to your to the vest as i say we are we are are are kind of kept majko for very long arm anger i it finally reached out uh i i plan a rugby team in chicago and it got recap became an a court had pew report for a while and they gave me the nickname of berlin which narrative highly offensive because they has nothing.

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