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06:07 min | 7 months ago

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"My name is Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. Big Joe stays back from 1075. The fan Joining us live in studio, Big Joe played offensive line for Ohio State and the Indianapolis Colts. He's with us. Now. I do want to get to the Colts football game. What you think they're season, but you were out of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway over the weekend, Joe, There was an event. There's a few events out there and fans were allowed. What what was going on out there? That was pretty cool. The the grand The Harvest Grand Prix, So they had a couple of different races. Very, very cool. They're on the road course Friday Saturday Sunday was an endurance race, so they had all kinds of different sports car manufacturers that are out there. You had your McClaren's and your BMW blog, which one both both of the divisions in the endurance race, You know, Ferraris and everything, and then some under classes. So the sportsman cars that were out there were really, really cool everybody on the road course. And it was great to see fans. That was one thing I talked Tio. Some of the drivers that were out there were were just saying how cool was to see folks back out there when Roger Penske and Doug Bowls I think was Friday. They'd probably maybe even more than that, but I know specifically, I'm Friday. They out there shaking hands with maybe was Thursday out there shaking hands with people and, well, maybe elbow bumps, but reading of people that were out there, You know, it's just Amazing. And so it's been 111 years since we've done any kind of racing whatsoever out and done things like this in the fall, and I think if there's one positive to the cova thing, it certainly has gotten us rethinking a bunch of different things. And you know the ability to be able to put races on in Indianapolis later in the season really areas is a cool thing, and I think the 10,000 folks were able to go out there probably loved it. Now, First of all, how was the racing out race? It was great. I mean, you know, the road course of road course has been phenomenal. That's That's why we're getting rid of the oval for the NASCAR boys, and we're gonna put the big cars out there because it was just it was more exciting. There's more passing. It's not as much of follow the leader or right and there during the number of passes was unbelievable. Does he actually have more passes this fall than they did in? You know for the Grand Prix earlier in the year? Um, you also had the points thing going on where Scott Dixon was lean, Josef Newgarden by 72 when the weekend started. Now he's only up 32 so able to bring 40 points back his way. And so now you're going to get to the season finale down in ST Pete on the 25th. And you've got everything is still up in the air between new garden and dicks. And so you're gonna have a heck of a run for the championship. How did they make sure that the covert protocols were Being taken care of. Do they screen people for temperatures going in? Or how did they spread people sanitizer? All that kind of stuff? And then you got turned one turn for so you could spread out a bunch there. I'm not sure if there were specific tickets for people that said, I know they've already got the stickers in the seat to allow you Don't sit here. Don't stay here. Go ahead and sit here. You know that kind of thing. Face mask. All that stuff warn temperatures being taken constantly. So, Yeah, they did. Everything was there any The discussion or you talk to anybody about why they were allowed to have fans at this event and not the 500 a few months ago, or is it just the timing off the whole thing? I think we all know this is a political thing. More than anything else. I need to tell me. Politics and sports are coming together. Joe. I'm shocked like the folks that I you health probably forgot that there was a race or something and didn't put the hammer down on him or something it again when when you just the whole the silliness of you can have 5000 folks at a soccer game. But in the exact same stadium, you could only have 2500 for NFL football game just showed you that it's ridiculous. So now they keep Opening up the more Mohr and when you see the vastness of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there's no reason they could have done this back in August. Also, let folks in and been a part of it again. These air, diehard fans that were just craving some racing and for them to be, you know, it's not the snake pit out there. Folks really want to be there. And there you're racing fans are the racing fans. These the folks, they're coming from all over the world to be here for the race, So I think it was a little. I think it is a little silly that they screwed him over in August. You know, one more thing, and then we'll move on to Colts football. How big a deal wasn't last week. I feel like the Brickyard 400 story kind of flew under the radar a little bit. There is not there doing away with that Brickyard 400 race. There is still going to be an event. There will still be a NASCAR race, but not the traditional brick here for hundreds of men going on at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway since the mid 1927 years or whatever, since 94. I believe so, Yeah, that was just it was. It was not a very competitive race. It wasn't something you could build on. Obviously, fan support for it had waned a little bit when you're getting 30 and 40,000 to come out and watch that race. There's a better way to do it. And so when they put the NASCAR the fender cards out there on the road course, and they saw how competitive it was, and they saw what a great show it was. Even though there were fans out there. It just became a very smart thing to do, and it's again is something that you can build on it Something where you could put NASCAR and IndyCar together out there, and I think that's it. I think the future of racing is to pull all racing fans together and not have Divisions within the different varieties of different racing. Let's embrace it all. And that Kandinsky factor right now. Robert Pinsky owns NASCAR owns indeed. Guard teams. This is one big, happy family Now. No more competition. Really right? Right. And so let's make it one big, happy family come out because I guarantee you if you like racing, just in general. You like racing. Check. If you like to play Mario cart, you'll be happy to go have a good season of it because there's a sliding on around big Joe stays the act joining us here in studio Big Joe does the morning show on one of 752 fan. So I was talking with our boss David in the hallway earlier..

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on KCRW

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03:21 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on KCRW

"Talk to your husband about this decision in some way. Well, I um I mean, what I think John was doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think you would be supportive of me and doing what I think That's right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know, but I believe that that the ideals that John possessed or the same ideals of Joe Biden And I've got to believe he's somehow watching all this right now. Now. Well, Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Cindy McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend unalienable rights today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel right? What Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization Today of religious liberty, while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights is what the commissioners called political controversies. And if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a swell repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government. The human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries endorsing the U. S initiative to a certain extent, reads like Virtual who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bahrain, Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. Most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's Ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but love school growed on Twitter quote Justus We don't discriminate between people we cannot pick.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"To your husband about this decision in some way. Well, I um I mean, what I think John was doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me doing what I think That's right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know, but I believe that that the ideals that John possessed or the same ideals of Joe Biden And I've got to believe he's somehow watching all this right now. Well, Cindy McCain, Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Sidney McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend a Nathan Wright's today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel writes what Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization today of religious liberty while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights as what the commissioners called political controversies, and if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a swell repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government. The human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries Endorsing the U. S initiative. To a certain extent, reads like Virtual Who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bob Crane, Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. Most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but Olaf School growed on Twitter quote. Justus. We don't discriminate between people. We cannot pick and choose.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:20 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About this decision in some way. Well, I, um I mean, what I think John is doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me and doing what I think That's right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know. But I believe that that the ideals that John possessed with the same ideals of Joe Biden And I thought you believe he's somehow watching all this right now. Well, Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Cindy McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend unalienable rights today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. And even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel right? What Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization Today of religious liberty, while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights is what the commissioners called political controversies. And if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a swell repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government that human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries endorsing the U. S initiative. To a certain extent, reads like virtual who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bahrain. Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but Olaf School growed on Twitter quote, Justus We don't discriminate between people we cannot pick.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About this decision in some way. Well, I um I mean, what I think John was doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me doing what I think is right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know, but I believe that that the ideals that John possessed or the same ideals of Joe Biden And I've got to believe it. He's somehow watching all this right now now. Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Cindy McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend unalienable rights today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel right? What Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization today of religious liberty while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights as what the commissioners called political controversies, and if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a swell repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government that human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries Endorsing the U. S initiative. To a certain extent, reads like Virtual Who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bob Crane, Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. Most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but Olaf School growed on Twitter quote. Justus. We don't discriminate between people. We cannot pick and choose in our respect.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on KCRW

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08:13 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on KCRW

"Grace of precision. The chief pointed to a famous photo of Ginsberg and her ideological foe, the late Justice Antonin Scalia, riding atop an elephant in India. The two often disagreed about the law, but they're close friendship endured. And when I interviewed the two of them together in 2015 RBG said that some of her female friends often asked her why she allowed Scalia in that photo to sit in front of her. Scalia joke that it was a matter of seniority. She replied that it was thie elephants master who has signed the seats so as to distribute the weight. When Ruth Bader Ginsburg allies and repose of the court Friday, she'll become the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol building. What do you think she would have made of that? I think she'd be very pleased. That's NPR's Nina Totenberg. Thank you. Thank you. Yet another prominent conservative, is urging Republicans to cross party lines and support Joe Biden for president. Cindy McCain, widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain, wrote on Twitter last night quote. My husband, John lived by a code country First we are Republicans. Yes, but Americans foremost there is only one candidate in this race who stands up for our values as a nation, And that is Joe Biden. Well, Cindy McCain joins us now, Miss McCain welcomed all things considered. Thank you Appreciate it. When did you come to this decision? I wondered if there was a specific moment where you thought enough? Well, really, A lot of things factored into it. My family, of course, trust Joe working across the aisle the way he did with my husband and others, Of course, is you mentioned country first. Military families, of course, where it played big into this and the fact that we can agree to disagree and do it. Similarly, I mean that you and the Biden share a bond is military families, and I'm sure it's not you. You lost on you that this isn't just a president but will be I'll be a commander in chief. Whoever gets Yes. Yeah. You're exactly right. And its most important I mean, you know, like all of us, I think most of us anyway, when we heard are observed Comments that were made about our troops. It was it was just I was It was unbelievable. And I was in disbelief with it for a long time. Like everybody, I I find it mind boggling that someone would say that those young men and women that gave the ultimate sacrifice to their country. Are losers and suckers. I, It offends me to beyond beyond belief and and all signs or come inside President Trump, as reported by Jeff Goldberg in the Atlantic magazine and then more widely reported by other news organizations going and more importantly, the families of these young men and women deserve our respect and dignity. For what for this service that their Children rendered. Ah, you know, I I'm there on one of them. And so I It bothered me to think that somehow someone would think that my sons were losers, Your suckers. To the point about country first and how you see the way that you wrote about this. That line were Republicans. Yes, but Americans foremost Yeah, that suggests you have found those loyalties coming into conflict with each other lately. Well, you know, like everybody. I disagree with a lot of what's being said. I disagree with some of the behaviour and content. But in America we can disagree. The point about disagreeing is that it's civil. It should be civil. And in the case of what's going on right now, it's anything but civil. So I I would like to go back to the years that I remember with my husband in Washington, where John worked with Tip O'Neill across the aisle is junior congressman to do what was best for the country, not for themselves. And that's where Joe Biden is. That's why I believe in him. The Y MONTINI Biden How do you answer Republicans? Who will say, how could you? Ah, But in this moment of all moments when, when confirming a conservative justice to the Supreme Court is at stake. I mean, your husband was in his beliefs. He was a hardcore conservative. He was yes. And he was also one that was pragmatic and knew when either the issue is wrong or that he needed to to work across the aisle and work together with people. You know, this isn't about Republican vs Democrat in my mind it transcends that transcends everything that has occurred and certainly 2020 is the most unusual year. We can name to date, so we need someone that can take the helm in the time of crisis, which is where we're at right now. And someone that only supports our troops that believes in Good America and not the Hill of America. Did you? Talk to your husband about this decision in some way. Well, I um I mean, what I think John would be doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me doing what I think is right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know, but I believe that that the ideals that John possessed or the same ideals of Joe Biden And I've got to believe he's somehow watching all this right now. Now. Well, Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Cindy McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend a Nathan Wright's today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel right? What Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization Today of religious liberty, while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights is what the commissioners called political controversies. And if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a swell repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government. The human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries endorsing the U. S initiative to a certain extent, reads like Virtual who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bahrain, Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. Most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's Ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but love school growed on Twitter quote Justus We don't discriminate between people we cannot pick and choose in.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He was just But he was also one that was pragmatic and knew when either the issue is wrong or that he needed to to work across the aisle and work together with people. You know, this isn't about Republican vs Democrat in my mind it transcends that transcends everything that has occurred and certainly 2020 is the most unusual year. We can name to date, so we need someone that can take the helm in the time of crisis with just where we're at right now, and someone that only supports our troops that believes in Good America and not the Hill of America. Did you? Talk to your husband about this decision in some way. Well, I, um I mean, what I think John Lindsay is doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me doing what I think is right. He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know. But I believe that that the ideals that John possessed with the same ideals of Joe Biden And I've got to believe it. He's somehow watching all this right now now. Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Cindy McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend a Nathan Wright's today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel writes what Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization today of religious liberty while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights as what the commissioners called political controversies. And if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a CZ. Well, repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government. Human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries endorsing the U. S initiative to a certain extent, reads like Virtual who's Who of rights abusers and includes countries like Bahrain, Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. Most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's Ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but love school growed on Twitter quote Justus We don't discriminate between people we.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ah, you know, I I'm there on one of them. And so I It bothered me to think that somehow someone would think that my sons were losers, Your suckers. To the point about country first and how you see the way that you wrote about this. That line were Republicans. Yes, but Americans foremost Yeah, that suggests you have found those loyalties coming into conflict with each other lately. Well, you know, like everybody. I disagree with a lot of what's being said. I disagree with some of the behaviour in content. But in America, we can disagree. The point about disagreeing. Is it civil? It should be civil. And in the case of what's going on right now, it's anything but civil. So I I would like to go back to the years that I remember with my husband in Washington, where John worked with Tip O'Neill across the aisle is junior congressman To do what was best for the country, not for themselves, and that's where Joe Biden is. That's why I believe in him. The wife I'm on team, buddy. How do you answer Republicans? Who will say, how could you put in this moment of all moments? When? When confirming a conservative justice to the Supreme Court, is it seeing? I mean your husband was in his beliefs? He was a hardcore conservative. The words yes, but he was also one that was pragmatic and knew when either the issue is wrong or that he needed to to work across the aisle and worked together with people. You know, this isn't about Republican vs Democrat in my mind it transcends that transcends everything that has occurred and certainly 20 twenties, the most unusual year. We can name to date, so we need someone that can take the helm in the time of crisis, which is where we're at right now and someone that only supports our troops that believes in the Good America and not the Hill of America. Did you? Talk to your husband about this decision in some way. Well, I um I mean, what I think John was doing right now is that he would be very disappointed in what's going on. He would be very disappointed in what is taking place on Capitol Hill. Oh, and with that said, I think he would be supportive of me doing what I think this right? He was always supportive of me. And as you know, my husband, I did not agree on everything. But he was one whether or not he would have done this. I don't know, but I believe that that the ideals that John possessed or the same ideals is Joe Biden. And I thought you'd believe it. He's somehow watching all of this right now. Cindy McCain. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on We appreciate you being with us. Sidney McCain is the widow of the late Republican senator and presidential candidate John McCain. She is endorsing Joe Biden for president. The weeklong U. N. General Assembly usually gives countries a chance to show their priorities to a world stage. That's a bit tougher when it's done over video chat. But today, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a virtual event to highlight one of his projects to re evaluate US human rights policy. NPR's Michelle Cullman reports. The event was advertised as a rededication to the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must defend unalienable rights today because the international human Rights Project is in crisis. A commission Pompeo set up puts priority on property rights and religious freedom. Many multinational organizations have lost their way. Focusing on partisan policy preferences while failing to defend fundamental rights. Even many well intentioned people, a certain new and novel right? What Secretary Pompeo brought to the United Nations. Today was a wolf in sheep's clothing. That's Robert Pinsky of former State Department official who's now with the advocacy group Human Rights first in a statement to NPR, he says Pompeo and evangelical Christian is promoting a narrow conception of human rights based on his own religious beliefs, the commission's final report claimed with essentially no evidence America's historical tradition supports the prioritization Today of religious liberty, while referring to reproductive rights and LGBT rights is what the commissioners called political controversies. And if the U. S can pick and choose which human rights to support, others will want to a CZ well, repressive foreign leaders want nothing Mohr than to hear from the U. S government. The human rights are negotiable, and that some are probably more important than others. In that regard. Today's event at the U. N was a gift wrapped present to dictators and abusive governments around the world. Just look who signed up for it, says Lou. Sharpen o of human Rights Watch the list of countries endorsing the U. S initiative. To a certain extent reads like virtual who's Who of rights abusers includes countries like Bahrain. Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates most European countries. Air skeptical the European Union's ambassador to the U. N says human rights are a priority, but Olaf School growed on Twitter quote, Justus We don't discriminate between people we cannot pick and choose.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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15:24 min | 1 year ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Who who strove who engages struggle with words well I owe a debt and I never forget that up and I'm not speaking in sort of broad metaphorical terms when I was twenty years old it was Louise who handed me a book of poems in politics and when he did so he uttered the words you are going to be a port the anthology was called Latin American Revolutionary portrait it was edited by her about the market Porter Rican professor at Hampshire college and later Holyoke college and I open the pages of the book and there I saw it Nicholas beating the great Afro Cuban poet there I saw evidence still kind of in great Nicaraguan poet priest in revolutionary and I realized that I had I history when even beyond being Porter Rican that I was part of a great tradition and so indeed I had written poems are often on before Louise enemy that anthology but once he did that I got on the horse and kept writing once in awhile it for but that's kind of debt you you on one level can't repay at all another level you you you keep that that in your head as a reminder indeed of what you owe and this is the least I could do when when this visionary this this extraordinary organizer and activist dies is to do what poets to poets these days are often called upon to perform the social role that is typically assigned to creatures that is to say to speak at a memorial service to to say something find the words that others can't find and and to to mark that passing indeed I wanted six memorial services twelve months ago glad to do it so yeah this is this is the project and it is ultimately you know and these a poem lamentation reducer also celebrate and you know the I once heard summed up very nicely by Robert Pinsky who heard me read and came up to me and said you know the elegies you're writing about it's like a melody with an upper cut you know and then he threw an upper cut to demonstrate you know that's what I'm trying to do that they should be when we write about death they should be some way in which the poem also resists death are you saying yes the death that happens you're also saying noted indeed this is a great tradition that goes you know I'm thinking of Auden's elegies for Yates and for Freud tremendous elegies themselves it's safe yes also and so as you in that tradition as well which is more of a traditional starchy tradition and yours is more of a radical tradition and of course and of course my team will do as I read them I find myself in the thinking about my own mortality in in none of us are getting any younger right now all of this aging process and it's kind of yes a generation just in front of us ugh going away and then with his same time so I wonder if you're thinking in those terms as well absolutely you know I see I'm sixty two years old and not only am I seeing my friends and mentors die hello all around me and and you you knew on one such friend and mentor very well on Bobbi Belasco's I have a red one of your pieces at his memorial yes I did write a poem for him to and so that becomes a fact of life it's inevitable that we confront our own mortality I'm definitely doing that you know there's a there's another poem in the same collections of forthcoming collection called floaters which that last poem is a part where I am I'm speaking to a dear friend of mine who has gone to a serious health crisis and on the line I use this and we will win the we know we cannot win so you know we're fighting this battle will win this battle but at the end of the day you know to borrow a line of his palmeri ani be there when they swarming it's quite existential Lamar team because you know in floaters you also there's some poem where you talk about poets fade in the memory of the poet fades so you're recognizing is Alan the suggestion to our own mortality your own mortality and yet you keep going and you keep record these poems knowing that they're gonna fade what's that about yeah yeah well in the first one where the sobering fact is when a poet dies usually the poet's work dies with the poet and if you don't believe me visit any use bookstore and stand in the poetry section but I believe it against the former resistance Hey this is also a former struggle this is also a form of solidarity it's not a coincidence that most of what I write whether it's an elegy or love home has a political edge because of that perspective it is about ultimately resistance struggle solidarity whether it's whether it's a love poem or an elegy whether it's life or death no more teen is a read your poetry I often think of that line the of of the great Cuban revolutionary the blueline about of what it means to be living in the belly of the monster and get certainly that's reflected in your all of your work I wanted this well which will run the Serbs let's do let's talk the lady that you re he'd another one of the L. Jeez the more the marvelous piece Flon sure one everybody knows what line is that everybody in Madison Wisconsin but a lot of us now okay yeah slime it's it's like custard so we really need to know and this is home for another your friend and mentor Chuck out where those the Jack was in fact someone else I met when I was very young as as I did Louise Jack was also political friend and ally of my father's Jack was port he was a translator he was an essayist he was a community organizer he was the director of something called el was still about hero in East Harlem the time is the only Porter Rican museum in the mainland United States he organized a big parade of camels sheep from three kings day re January six right through the snow East Harlem so he was a visionary as well and over top of that you also did theater there was nothing he didn't do and then it it I don't know why this this seems to happen to the sharpest guy in the room but he he developed early Alzheimer's so this is a poem about me figuring that out and and once again as with when you send young though not getting it at at the beginning so again call flying project out windows nineteen thirty four two thousand fourteen I was eight when the blackout struck in the lights died all across the city like a massacre of fireflies in the projects to Brooklyn he steered myself to fourteen F. fingers spread against the cool tiles of the whole way past the concrete and chicken wire terrace for I once burned ants with a magnifying glass many years later at the Chinese restaurant uptown Jack said they got me flying here he was my first poet hi is seeing the fireflies in his sonnets blink and float away for Lionel philosopher the unemployment line along all the painter painting in the mad house mon that also out the dealer killed by shot gun in a bar on Avenue a his mother the seamstress in the quick need two of her sewing machines Jack the moving men his hand sliced raw he stacked as a partner with dictionaries in three languages I knew the rack and tour is green with a retail those who we are a friend of mine a Porter Rican playing Macbeth he took fourteen curtain calls on opening night maybe he would tell me now that fly and was not Porter Rican or Mexican or Spanish but Chinese invented by a trembling cook to satisfy the power of an emperor in the Ming dynasty no flung checked I said this is the Chinese restaurant two minutes later he said they got me fly on I showed him the dog eared and fingerprinted menu no fly on a set the waiter unfurled his pad Jack said to him you have flattened he sang this song for an hour the egg roll was not fly on the fried rice was not fly on the fortune cookie reading to the Mike Jack stood with home in hand read the title I told the head he said it again study the page as if the words tripled up like ants burnt under a magnifying glass then sat down I witnessed the massacre of fireflies a few of us claps not knowing what to do with their hands staring at the sun here who lost all his quote dreams in couplets and and denim jacket he left on the subway the words for Lionel still waiting on the unemployment line the faster you spin the still you look the something to learn and that but what after the diagnosis I handed Jack a book of poems he dangled the book upside down like a stiff most by the tail something we would sniff behind the refrigerator hi I wanted sonnets Jack kept singing the chorus of the song get me to the church give it to the church get me to the church on time at the end I leaned over Jack's bed to read his own form in his ear but some words come home after the blackout fingers crawling on the wall I know what I should have said that the Chinese restaurant Jack let's get some flight on we should a brave the subway at rush hour strap hangers rocking all the way to fourteen St Anne seven two laptops have a oral gone now like Jack for rice and beans we had in its own in cafe core letter he flew Jack a spoonful of flown for you have to all the years of sonnets and prayed for me the steam rising when your hands cracked across at the table thank you Martine spider if you you're listening and you have a question a comment woman joined with some observation give us a call at six await two five six two thousand and one no there's a different Martina spotted them on a custom to that his appeared now in some of your recent book in this new forth coming in fell Gee you know Martina I was kinda sleepless I had a bad night to the nightly keep not as bad as yours lest it guess but I was kind of sleepless in those channels surfing late at night and I ended up catching a part of the it's nineteen ninety eight movie Shakespeare in love which is an imaginary tale of the bard in love well writing Romeo and Juliet I did run your read your manuscript and it dawned on me that in places we're hearing from someone difference at this spot in love perhaps maybe one of those of love poems hope out of by the with concussion absolutely I got I got married last year her name is Laura Marie Schmidt sees support in her own right with the four books to her credit who also teaches English at a high school in Springfield Massachusetts so hard Scrabble city about forty five fifty minutes from here so she gets up in the dark come home in the dark we were actually living renting another house when this happened in all bought by the way is a form we're in our two lovers part at dawn so this is a unique bod it's called a bond with concussion epigraph poverty is black I know me a dollar you leave me sleeping in the dark you kissed me and my sister finger in your hair our eyes open on seeing leave me to sleep every.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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09:06 min | 1 year ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hi and welcome back to healing quest I'm Judy Bruckheimer I. walking horse if you're just joining us our focus is holistic wellness and the latest in natural ways to help us live longer healthier and happier what the beginning of the show we talked about a somewhat mysterious illness called chronic fatigue syndrome it's a disabling and complex illness that's characterized by overwhelming fatigue that is not improved by rest people with chronic fatigue syndrome they often don't even look like they're sick you wouldn't even know they were sick but there you usually unable even to the simplest little tasks at the centers for disease control estimates that as many as two point five million Americans suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome and the CDC says no cure or approved treatment for it exists however a new treatment approach has been developed it's only available so far in a few places in the US and one of those is here in northern California at body concepts in Folsom so to tell us about this new alternative we're very pleased not a welcome rob the pits give body concepts the healing quest you DO how you doing rob I'm doing great thank you for having me on the show let's start with who developed this treatment for chronic fatigue the doctor's name is Raymond Perrin P. E. R. R. I. N. A. and he's a osteopathic Dr it also has a PhD in chronic fatigue well you know chronic fatigue syndrome is of typically described as a really difficult to diagnose and first place but then as I understand it doctor parent has identified two key elements that all chronic fatigue sufferers actually share is that right yes Sir it's two very common ones one is a dysfunctional thrust explain flat mean in the middle of the thoracic spine usually T. three to T. six and that interferes with the lymphatic flow that X. it's out of the spine so where is the thoracic spine for those of us who don't know where those numbers so if you think about where your rib cage attach is to your spine Natcher thrice explain so there's about there's a drainage problem to that happens SO through our day we our brain is functioning it's produced seen by products of that metabolism of the cells working it's kind of like your trading junking your garbage can and at night when we're sleeping in is when we're supposed to be able to clear all that junk out of the system and that junk gets cleared through the lymphatic system and that's what one of the things he looks out is been able to determine is that that lymphatic system gets interrupted which contributes to the toxicity in the brain that then starts affecting the hypothalamus and a lot of the other regulatory systems which is why you have such a variety of different symptoms within this diagnostic group so can look very different chronic fatigue syndrome yeah absolutely what are some of the symptoms so difficulty concentrating loss of memory not feeling rested when you wake up even though you may have slapped in GI issues so irritable bowel syndrome hot sauce chronic sinusitis is another very common side effect of that yeah I can see why that would make it very difficult to diagnose right how do you treat it now treatment involves improving the postural alignment and mobility of the cervical and thoracic spine working on doing a lymphatic drainage so helping restore the normal lymphatic flow when we get into these chronic and more severe cases the lymphatic vessels actually get damaged so if you think about a varicose vein like in a calf that blood vessel vein gets damage in that swells the same thing can happen in the lymphatic system if it gets backed up actually damages the lymphatic vessel and then you can get a varicose lymphatic vessel just like can get a varicose veins so the lymphatic drainage helps restore that normal flow because the normal mechanism the gates that help the normal progression of the lymphatic fluid flow I have been damaged if you're just joining us on Roy walking horse and I'm Judy Brooks and you're listening to healing quests and we're speaking with a rock a Penske of body concepts in Folsom about a new approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome now how long have you been using doctor parents treatment at body concepts are relatively new he came over from England and did a certification course out our facility and the February of this year so you were taught by the master we were taught directly by the master so you have you had some good experiences so far with some of your patients yes so one of the typical things that happens with clients when you start this treatment because everything's been blocked up with that on FedEx system when we start moving the lymphatics lot of times the symptoms actually get worse for the first few weeks we've been very very fortunate that we've had two of eight people that we started working with that had that typical reaction where they actually got worse they're now starting to feel better but everyone else had pretty quickly very positive results which according to Dr Perrin is unusual really so usually they feel worse before they feel better is that because they're detoxing exactly so how do you deal with a posture issue well as physical therapist is when the primary things we do as a profession as help improve people's posture inability to move normally listed by mechanics yeah it's yeah so that's something that we normally do is physical therapists we work on the flexibility of the structures involved the strength the coordination just your warehouse of how your city how how is it's how is it being it received here in the US I don't have any data on that part but in England the they have a healthcare system that universal right yeah National Health Service national health service exactly so they did us study the National Health Service to study in England and they asked everyone with chronic fatigue to rate the things that were most helpful for them or most effective number one is P. scene which is if you think you can do four hours of gardening you wanna do fifty percent of that your due to our so it's decreasing the activity levels that you're doing number two was meditation number three on the list was the Perrin technique which decrease sometimes by fifty one percent from our it kind of goes back to that pacing if you overload the system it becomes a problem you know I that seems to be so true I mean I think we're you know as a society well Americans for one thing the workers state you know we work all the time we're constantly working we don't get a lot of vacations are not not not long vacations not a lot of time to really restore rejuvenate so it makes sense I mean I think I've only speak for myself but I'm always pushing myself to do more and and and then I'm I kind of pay for it yeah the most typical chronic fatigue suffer is highly motivated Taipei doesn't stop the push push push push which is part of how they develop into the system that you know they can I dig their own graves so to speak and that it's really hard for them to back off so that pacing thing you know doing half of what you think you need to do are taking time out of your day and doing meditation finding and scheduling that time into your day so making yourself a priority absolutely if somebody is listening to us in comes the U. it body concepts how long should they expect this process to last before they can get some relief well the first visit is you valuation we look at a detailed medical history we go through some questionnaires with and we do a physical exam following the next session would be actually showing them how to do their self treatment and if they've got family members we can bring them in our friends and show them how to assist the person if they're severe we treat people once a week again it's about not overloading them and so it depends on how long the symptoms of been there how's the fear the postural dysfunctions are in the first four months because we've all been doing this for months had people within two visits have a substantial improvement in their energy levels sleep patterns but other people have taken three months before the started seeing improvement we've been speaking with Robert Pinsky Abadi concepts in full so about a new approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome that's the living some really good results you can find out more about all this at body concepts Inc dot com that's body concepts Inc dot com and they're out in Wilson thanks for coming in the studious great to talk to you my pleasure up next some good news about belly fat moon never thought I'd hear you say that all right that you didn't.

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"robert pinsky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"robert pinsky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And the latest in natural ways to help us live longer healthier and happier what the beginning of the show we talked about a somewhat mysterious illness called chronic fatigue syndrome it's a disabling and complex illness that's characterized by overwhelming fatigue that is not improved by rest people with chronic fatigue syndrome they often don't even look like they're sick you wouldn't even know they were sick but they usually unable even to the simplest little tasks at the centers for disease control estimates that as many as two point five million Americans suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome and the CDC says no cure or approved treatment for it exists however a new treatment approach has been developed it's only available so far in a few places in the US and one of those is here in northern California had body concepts in Folsom so to tell us about this new alternative we're very pleased not a welcome Robert Pinsky of body concepts the healing quest you deal how you doing I'm doing great thanks for having me on the show let's just start with who developed this treatment for chronic fatigue the doctor's name is Raymond Perrin P. E. R. R. I. N. A. N. he's a osteopathic Dr it also has a PhD in chronic fatigue well you know chronic fatigue syndrome is typically described as a really difficult to diagnose and first place but then as I understand it doctor parent has identified two key elements that all chronic fatigue sufferers actually share is that right yeah so that's two very common ones one is a dysfunctional thrust explain flat mean in the middle of the thoracic spine usually T. three to T. six and that interferes with the lymphatic flow that exits out of the spine so where is the thoracic spine for those of us who don't know where those numbers so if you think about where your rib cage attach is to your spine after thrashed explain so there's a but there's a drainage problem to that happens SO through our day we our brain is functioning as produce seen by I products of that metabolism of the cells working it's kind of like your grain junk in your garbage can and at night when we're sleeping in is when we're supposed to be able to clear all that junk out of the system and that just gets cleared through the lymphatic system and that's what one of the things he looks out is been able to determine is that that lymphatic system gets interrupted which contributes to the toxicity in the brain that bin starts affecting the hypothalamus and a lot of the other regulatory systems which is why you have such a variety of different symptoms within this diagnostic group so can look very different chronic fatigue syndrome yeah absolutely what are some of the symptoms so difficulty concentrating loss of memory not feeling rested when you wake up even though you may have slapped in GI issues so irritable bowel syndrome hot sauce chronic sinusitis is another very common side effect of that yeah I can see why that would make it very difficult to diagnose right how do you treat it treatment involves improving the posture alignment and mobility of the cervical and thoracic spine working on doing a lymphatic drainage so helping restore the normal lymphatic flow when we get into these chronic and more severe cases the lymphatic vessels actually get damaged so if you think about a varicose vein like in a calf that blood vessel vein gets damaged in that swells the same thing can happen in the lymphatic system if it gets backed up actually damages the lymphatic vessel and then you can get a varicose lymphatic vessel just like can get a varicose veins so the lymphatic drainage helps restore that normal flow because the normal mechanism the gates that help the normal progression of the lymphatic fluid flow have been damaged if you're just joining us I'm Roy walking horse and I'm Judy Brooks and you're listening to healing quest and we're speaking with a rock the Penske of body concepts in full some about a new approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome now how long have you been using doctor parents treatment at body concepts are relatively new he came over from England and did a certification course out our facility and February of this year so you were taught by the master we were taught directly by the master so you have you had some good experiences so far with some of your patients yes so one of the typical things that happens with clients when you start this treatment because everything's been blocked up with that on FedEx system when we start moving the lymphatics lot of times the symptoms actually get worse for the first few weeks we've been very very fortunate that we've had two of eight people that we started working with that had that typical reaction where they actually got worse they're now starting to feel better but everyone else had pretty quickly very positive results which according to Dr Perrin is unusual all really so usually they feel worse before they feel better is that because they're detoxing exactly so how do you deal with the posture issue well as physical therapist is when the primary things we do as a profession as help improve people's posture inability to move normally listed by my characters yeah it's yeah so that's something that we normally do is physical therapists we work on the flexibility of the structures involved the strength the coordination just your warehouse of how your city how how is it's how is it being it received here in the US I don't have any data on that part but in England the they have a health care system that universal right yeah national health Sir National Health Service exactly so they did us study the National Health Service to study in England and they asked everyone with chronic fatigue to rate the things that were most helpful for them or most effective number one is P. scene which is if you think you can do four hours of gardening you wanna do fifty percent of that you wanna do two hours so it's decreasing the activity levels that you're doing number two was meditation number three on the list was the Perrin technique which decrease sometimes by fifty one percent from our it kind of goes back to that pacing if you overload the system it becomes a problem you know I that seems to be so true I mean I think we're you know and as a society well Americans for one thing the workers state you know we work all the time we're constantly working we don't get a lot of vacations are not not not long vacations not a lot of time to really restore rejuvenate so it makes sense I mean I think I've only speak for myself but I'm always pushing myself to do more and and and and then I'm I kind of fate Fortin yeah the most typical chronic fatigue suffer is highly motivated Taipei doesn't stop the push push push push which is part of how the develop into the system that you know the kind of dig their own graves so to speak and that it's really hard for them to back off so that piecing thing you know doing half of what you think you need to do are taking time out of your day and doing meditation finding and scheduling that time into your day so making yourself a priority absolutely if somebody is listening to us and comes the U. it body concepts how long should they expect this process to last before they can get some relief well the first visit is you valuation we look at a detailed medical history we go through some questionnaires with them and we do a physical exam following the next session would be actually showing them how to do their self treatment and if they've got family members we can bring them in our friends and show them how to assist the person if they're severe we treat people once a week again it's about not overloading them and so it depends on how long the symptoms of been there how's the fear the postural dysfunctions are in the first four months because we've all been doing this for months within two visits have a substantial improvement in their energy levels sleep patterns but other people have taken three months before the started seeing improvement we've been speaking with rob the pits kia body concepts in full so about a new approach to treating chronic fatigue syndrome that's the living some really good results you can find out more about all this at body concepts Inc dot com that's body concepts Inc dot com and they're out in Wilson thanks for coming in the studious great to talk to you my pleasure up next in Judy self care segment she's going to talk about the law of attraction why you might not be attracting what you want and don't forget podcasts of this and other healing questions are available at our website healing quest dot TV and please follow us on Facebook and Instagram and Twitter at.

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