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"rohan" Discussed on Meditative Story
"Another <music> <music> <music> <music> world cup semifinal. The having been the best part of thirty is a failure says the last week score early then lose control and we got beaten to our after extra-time. I've thought about this game pretty much every week. Since the final was on my birthday england could have been in it though they aren't. I'm hot beckon again. Life doesn't always work out how he wants to. And what. I've learned over the years is it can take some work to notch the mind away from what we don't have towards what we do have reminded of a conversation. I had with the meditation teacher of mine. I'm not sure if. I mentioned it before i was reporting to him about what's happening my practice planing but it was not much. No great insights not concentration states. Just nothing much at all really so why was present. He pushed me just calm. I said a sense of stillness. Most people dream of that he told me pointing out. I was folks what wasn't here and as such was ignoring the wonderful qualities that were so that is the lesson i will take into the next england games in the tournament to enjoy the play when it's good to how the players come across such good humans some of them being national heroes of social justice issues. So let's do that sensing in body and mind for what is here. Now that can be celebrated com vitiation. Quiet sensing into what is here and good whatever it is view and enjoying it however subtle. And letting go of the idea for now it needs to be other than this <music> <music> england vs iceland niece. Twenty seven hundred twenty. Sixteen the last yours lose twice then to one and we're out iceland iceland. They have a population of three hundred fifty. Six thousand nine hundred and ninety one people. I can't even thing tournament. Football sport in general is someone wins and everyone else loses. Thankfully life is generally like that but it can feel like that as i prepare for the inevitable. England lost this euros and the picture of another country. I've been thinking about what. I traditionally code the four divine abiding. 's clunky all school name. What they are four qualities of heart which had trained in the mindfulness tradition supposed to grow our hearts and capacity for connection with others. Three will be familiar to you. Kindness compassion equanimity will balance but the last one israeli spoken about in pipeline for teaching. And it's known as sympathetic joy again. Another clunky translation. it means resonating with the joy of others. This might be actually the hardest thing to do in sports fandom to be lifted up by the success of those you don't support in the rest of life is being happy for the person who got the job you again for the person ahead of us in the queue. The old friend from school whose way more successful than you or the person you already know but he during lockdown somehow managed to learn a new language mustard saturday baking fit. Were you just trying to keep the kids who live in the house and not a complete mess. It's hard you know. It's hard to practice sympathetic.
"rohan" Discussed on Meditative Story
"rohan" Discussed on Meditative Story
"Lose to germany on penalties. Gareth southgate the current england managers. That happens missing the kid. Let's he's us knocked out of our fest home tournament in thirty years. I'm inconsolable germany. Onto win the whole thing the greatest. Some of my teenage years is over. This is a meditation about football. Actually really about football. It's about what it's like to be a fan of the england men's football team. I'm sorry because that story is a story of hope. And yes joyous moments of drama and redemption but ultimately. It's a story of failure and heartbreak as someone who's into meditation for many years. Now you get to learn the times in context where your practice is really tested dental surgery your two year old taking two hours to get to sleep england in major tournaments and as of this episode being recorded. We're in the middle of the european championships. An england a still very much in it so with football and meditation on my mind. I've been thinking about what might be the things i do to bring more. Mindfulness imbalanced at all for the remaining games. So welcome to my big mood. England versus west. Germany wembley stadium london. Thirty th of july nineteen sixty six the world cup final england winds four two after extra time. Thanks a great deal to famously dodgy refereeing decision the world cup on home soil minus twenty four years old i have no connection to this event other than it becomes the reference point for everything that comes after it in england football because it never got better than this. The run up to the you was familiar. This is our time. we've watched every other major country new. Have their moment in the sun. France portugal spain italy germany. Of course germany. Hey even denmark greece all winners of the world cup and euro since ninety six but this is our time. This is a special group of players. It's fantasy obsessive thinking obsessive patterns of mind that arise every two years despite the decades of evidence to the country in technical meditation language. It's called mental proliferation. Getting caught up in the story and the extra pay england supporters is that it's the same story every time but we do it all the same. Maybe this time it'll be different. You may this one. There are two main ways to deal with proliferation. One is just move the mind elsewhere so try that now when caught up in the fantasy and in my case the delusion flip the mind into the body so the mind gets absorbed in something else and obsessive thinking becomes starved of attention to try. That whatever's happening in your mind right now country and what. I'm sharing thoughts of your tomorrow. Bits and pieces of thoughts. Whatever drop into the body flip into the body into a sense of touch of steadiness intention even getting a sense of what that switch that flip feels like the intentional flip of the mind away from thinking and into the body..
"rohan" Discussed on Meditative Story
"Hi it's mary. Beth co executive producer. Meditative story were hard at work. On an entirely new season which starts august eighteenth. The storyteller lineup is the best yet and includes emmy award winning actor. Joe mikhail who you might know as jeff winger on the nbc sitcom community. Laurie santos house of the happiness lab. Podcast fitness superstar. Robin zahn of peleton actor randall park..
Dallas Fuel Host Fans in Person at Live Event
"Weekend for Esports. Across West is OverWatch League. Saw their first fan attended, sanctioned event in over a year and one of the first 4 e Sports in the region as e. Sports City of Arlington hosted. The Dallas fuel fans in front of their wage is equal team with the Dallas fuel delivering a pounding three, one victory over the Houston Outlaws in the battle for Texas. This could spell the beginning of the actual return for land. Play with fans as a CDL 5 is slated to be that first and attended land competition in csgo and upset occurred yesterday as Gambit Esports. Finally felt the hands of G2, what could easily be slated as an amazing match between the two teams know, over times. But gee to manage to pull off a 2-1 series victory over that Gambit team now. It's playoff said, we'll see this Collision of competition set to take off this Friday. Is quarterfinals begin with. I am colognes final to begin on this upcoming Sunday. Lastly, folks, I wanted to take the time to mention that one of these Sports networks own Freelancers. Rohan samal had a tragic accident. Take place in Broad, one of the best and most consistent journalistic voices in Esports. Needs your help. In order to properly recover, his life-changing injuries. Don't look to bring down his spirits as he's hopeful to begin Physical Therapy soon and return. A World of Sports journalism. We ask that you simply visit and share his GoFundMe page and give back to one of our own will leave a link in the podcast description. I'm Kevin Koreans add to my time and that has been your Esports minutes off on Twitter, a t, Sports Network, and accurate 24. And to be sure to visit East sportsnetwork.com for more stories written by our great staff will. Once again, tomorrow on Tuesday,
How to Empower People to Solve Their Own Legal Problems
"Start by telling you a story about danielle. When she was a senior in college. Danielle's dad passed away which left her mom with no way to support herself so danielle had to drop out of college and pick up. Three jobs is a barista a bar. Tender nicole washer altogether three jobs pay danielle twenty three thousand dollars per year which wasn't a whole lot but allowed her to feed her mom and keep a roof over their head and for danielle. That was enough but early one morning when danielle was driving home from one of her jobs. A deer in front of her car. She swerved off the road and crashed into a bar. And then y'all doesn't remember exactly what happened next but when she woke up in hospital a few hours later a doctor told her that she had damaged her brain stem and c one vertebrae now. The good news is that danielle was gonna leave the hospital alive. The bad news is that danielle had fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills now. Did y'all tried so hard for the next two years to try and pay back that debt but it was impossible. It was impossible for danielle to pay back fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills. Earning just twenty three thousand dollars per year. She felt trapped. One freak accident put danielle on the verge of homelessness hunger poverty. And when you're in daniel shoes bankruptcy is a lifeline. It's a powerful legal tool that allows you to relieve your debt and reenter the economy medical emergency job loss divorce. These are financial shocks. That could happen to any of us and when you're living paycheck to paycheck and don't have a whole lot of savings like so. Many americans. a financial shock can ruin your life. Bankruptcy gives you a second chance. Then you'll want to go find a bankruptcy lawyer. She like so many others filing for bankruptcy learned that it was going to cost her fifteen hundred dollars. She can have that kind of money. I mean what a cruel irony in america it costs you fifteen hundred dollars to tell the court that you have no money when you walk into a court everyone from the judge clerk the form themselves will tell you to go find a lawyer no matter how little money you have
"rohan" Discussed on Meditative Story
"Attention to silence gorgeous. Silence fading out a sense of sound by resting with silence now to tach fading out to sense of touch and doing that by paying attention to win the body he can feel relaxed and warmth and just resting Maybe noticing the warmth of the bed. The with them of your breathing And just letting the body and the breath fade down taking time letting the fading take as long as it needs to being patient and just resting with while feels my stressful right. Now.
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Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse
"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it
Oklahoma announcer calls girls' basketball team racial slur as players kneel during anthem
"Sports announcer facing severe fall out, caught on an open microphone using racial slurs against a girl's high school basketball team. His apology, drawing even more criticism, maybe sees the rain shop. The national anthem was playing before Norman Hi took on Midwest City when a man's voice which local media says belongs to video stream, or Matt Ruin, was overheard commenting about the Norman girls taking a need a statement later attributed to Rohan admitting to quote inappropriate and racist comments for which there was no excuse. But the statement adds, I suffer Type one diabetes. I Do not believe that I would have made such horrible statements absent my sugar spiking. The Livestream broadcaster has apologized for Roman's behavior, cutting ties with the announcers company. And a promising their own investigation into the incident.
Prep announcer's racist comment caught on mic
"A basketball announcer is apologizing for his use of racist language accidentally caught on air in a statement. Friday matt rohan confirmed that he was the announcer heard on a hot mike making inappropriate and racist comments during a girls high school basketball game in
The recovery is slowing down so much soon it could be going backwards
"Can still be alarming. The problem is improvement in the job. Market is slowing way down. We were adding jobs twice as fast just a month earlier in october. Economists joseph bruce willis at our sim consulting. Explains this with and warn you some complex math math that i almost flunked in college. What we call a first riveted. Second derivative problem first of look strong the two hundred and forty five thousand jobs we added in november but the second derivative that's the rate of change of the rate of change is actually cloyne continues. You'll end up with an outright loss of jobs on a monthly basis. So he's saying if employment growth keeps decelerating. We could be losing jobs by next month and even if we keep up with november's pace full recovery is going to take a very long time says daniel jau at jobsite glass door because we're nine point. Eight million jobs short pre-crisis levels at this month's pace take us until twenty twenty four to return to those pre-crisis levels that we'd had and digging out of this unemployment hole is about to get harder says lisa rohan at forbes advisor she points to rising covid cases and government shutdown orders mounting business failures and government relief about to expire. A majority of people are feeling less comfortable than they did. Six months ago to make regular household purchases and a vast majority of people are holding off on those major purchases like a home or a car the latest forbes adviser ipsos poll finds half of american workers are now afraid they or someone they know. We'll lose their job in the next six months. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace. This being a friday it is time for a look back at what the heck happened jobs. And otherwise neil. Richardson is here. She's at adp. David gura is back as well. Hey to so neil. Let me go to you as the trained economist on the panel David if you've ever took calculus. I never did and i surely would fail. I don't i don't even know bonilla To the point that mitchell was making and job as well as well this idea that labor market gains are slowing that seems to me to be perilous. It is and i was a math major said well
"rohan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"rohan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"A small staff about things you didn't he did. Come back and win three Saudi at this summer. I I, just have to say because yeah. He gave back and he won three league. And I think I think that's why he is kind of like. Maybe number one or two I mean for me is too, but for I would say ninety nine percent of the people that follow basketball is probably number. One is the number one player. Are Cutting. Okay but if in reasons obviously. I mean he was created the media. Though that's that's what he doesn't ever go popular I think ed the way I distinguish. It is Kareem. Is the greatest basketball player of our time and John is the best NBA player hard. So cutting, but really dominated all forms. you know in oil? Adding three eras was pretty dominant. He played different roles that he was once. The main scorer sides done everything as. Very short dominant around, but I'm extremely dominant. So. You can pick and choose what you want I think between the leading the three people that you can. You can pick and choose is bailed, US. How? MD and cutting like. Each one of them has done so much for this sport. that those are at the top three end. Everyone else is off of that mountain. Interesting. I mean for me I. Don't know too much about the other than the fact that he won eleven. That's all you need to know that. I shouldn't make an excellent debate I mean. We didn't have the deem. But was the better player, but this is this is this is this is a media created mid that. Did Not have any. If you look at Winston which I'm pretty sure has not. Ville steam concede. Vince beams consistently had all stats had consistently players scoring and averaging twenty plus. Years where Bill Steam, he was playing with the Philadelphia seventy success. Bad his team had more. Than the Boston Celtics. Right so, Vince teams were nausea. Check it out these these actual stags so yes. Smells, maps, but Undergrad the two point again I'm trying to say is that it's not that the Boston said because Benard admitted theme. but It's not because of the because bill made them A. Look at if you look at the spots. Monitor November Tony Parker are not the best place in the world. But you for them a Dunkin and they've been at eighty eighty percent of the games they play and riper, which and properties so a huge of. Yes used part and they had outbreak, but you may think so the point again against Andrews. Outback that over one without. Medicine has one airway I. So I mean my stands at sometimes is difficult to distinguish which coaches really good. When you have a player that for example Tim Duncan game in get up had never even paused for one full year as a head coach of any basketball team. So, how do you know he was good? Nobody knew he was good when he won the championship because of Tim, Duncan. Then is like he's really good that people are paying attention, even David Robinson. Dave. The US good in the Sinus, the numbers and see. I don't I don't need. Those. I watched them when the green dollars and it was such a big deal I mean. But I mean I'm not discounting dim Dunkin's greatness at Orland, but you're right. I, mean. I I. Better? Team because Bill Russell made them better team. It's not because he had better teammates. He made them But it's probability. Chamberlain also had good, but he didn't make them a better team. That's that's that's my point. See when basketball you'RE NOT GONNA win if your team is not better than the other, you're always at the end of the day. Depend on the team now. Bill Russell in my opinion, one of the best leaders of all time because he could elevates teammates I'd like he said I'm going to do this and you guys have to do this and I'm going to do my job at the best of ability and you're. Just, does this simple fact that your will average for points agape than sixty one sixty two season when Oskar avenues of triple double season, the MVP was neither. The MVP for what Bill. Because he made it impossible for the other team to think that they would like an Indian comedy. Does this a character Bali okay, and whenever he came in front leg, the other other team, the other person's strength just Houston half like. It you. It's a knowledge fact fact. backsitting numbers and a half. So when when you like even when you play. The strength me on the side of the David logical guarded. Boosted acquired. So even when you play, pick about you know that when you see that one player on the other team, you're like Oh my God. Now we have to really play hard. Otherwise you'll be possible, but there's one player will make it impossible for you to scored on them impossible to get beat so I either team made like if you have the tools of finding five. Stopping fire of all time that is not without. Magic Johnson Michael Jordan and build by like Dolphin. If you're making A. And then and then I think even if you have you need million. That even still still GONNA by. PUT, somebody. On a six foot, five guys. With all five pins. God does show. Just, GONNA stand into the top. But yet so because the team getting but I love bill because if I say that I was, would Ran Out of they'll be like I. S Great. Nobody bill to build to be the goats I have two plus other things I'm like. Yes, this government this. Is? I always say you have the Mount Rushmore of basketball and then you have. A. Suspect Special Mountain, but no one ever GONNA come on. He's unbeatable. He's the stuff is done. Like is ridiculous. It really is I. Mean Documentaries our Wilt Chamberlain? I was like Oh my God. This guy is not human. Okay! I mean we're talking about amazing stuff. I'M IN A. GonNa Delve into your. Like the little bit about..
"rohan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"Problem. Okay this morning team. SPAS OUTTA small. Status. They are small market. Bad enough but. That dynasty of the Spurs was something to witness man. How precipitously? I'm just saying that because he's. The Does. This is going dedicated. Don't agree that they were to hide working. Even like this is an audience, mom and me I've heard this. So many so different in different accents and different. Put a stop to that. And I'M GONNA. Ask you to. See You like events. You have follow dorms. was. The most exciting thing for you in that last dog went. There's something that made you see Jordan. Even bigger, light or something that'd be the skies. I started understanding what I was witnessing a child I mean personally. The first thing is the first episode to mirror eight back to when I was working at five o'clock in the morning in my little bedroom at the time. I was used to stay with my bed and they used to hate the fact that I used to watch sports and not study and. I used to wake up I used to take a little blanket and put it underneath my door so that no light used to escape. is to watch the playoffs. That's how I used to watch. It is different reasons. I mean so for me. It took me right back to where I was as a child and then the insight that they give you about Mj. It's not always good stuff. I like that. I like the fact that they didn't I mean short. I mean they didn't show him. In a bad light at all in the documentary eventually begins not about the Bulls about end, but it's the latest documentary of all time, and it's the greatest thing I've seen ever I. cried about six time through the documentary and I'm not ashamed to say. I literally had deals in my as when Kobe's spoke about him when NGOs. That was when when Colby says hey man, it doesn't matter if we can, if I can beat them one on one. What do you see of me? Is from him all. My God still gives me goose bumps on me, and that's that's that's. That's really like you're paying homage. And it's on another level. That kind of respect and Kobi's not some scrub. Kobe's DOPSON NBA player of all time. And I wouldn't say. That's another debate, but I mean just just. The story is the stories stuff that what what the NBA was what it meant? What was the transition from the to? The nineties was I thought very well portrayed. The Senate takes to the Lakers to the Pistons. Then the coming of the Bulls, and you know, and just the nineties in general and Howard was the personalities that Augmon's and the stuff that you will never get the trash Getty Payton The stuff that saw we live in such a all politically correct would. That that kind of stuff doesn't work anymore, but how to get that advantage. As well on your opponent. is so crucial at the time to watch the neighbors a rough man it was it was guys playing guys and hitting each other and I'm doing anything to win. It was just about winning. It wasn't about being friends, and and let's all bond together and form a championship level team. And all these fun. It was about okay. You've been drafted by this KNOB. This team and your your you're you're you're an MG stood? The Ado's get doing nothing. And then eventually. A dynasties formed date, and and that it it just shows it shows I I don't know I love I'm I'm a huge fan of nineties basketball, and then the culture that it stood for. Just a little more politically correct now. A sign of the Times that we it's reflective in a lot of other sports. Not necessarily I mean I don't know sports for me. You know it's. Like. You're a real instincts menu out. I think he just kind of thing that we want to do your best, but we don't really want your. Instincts to come up. We wanted to be like a mellow down West. We want something that we didn't sell. As marketing is. What Lebron Lebron's tweet about? Shut up and play. Shut up and do this. Shut up and do that, but such a powerful tweet. 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Don't know it's it's a hard one to say because America's is a country that sold divided when it comes to these things because they also do believe in the prospect of the American dream which is essentially make as much money as you can. And we are the capitalist nation, and you know if you can get ahead if you can get ahead in life and make that money then good on you. Know that's that's actually what they believed. They don't like. When I lived as well like socialism doesn't really exist. That's why Bernie Sanders Ridiculous in American society. But I mean. It's it's it's. It's what us we look at at culture with relation to what we understand offered, which is different for the country right I mean everybody has their own ways of looking at it. So. It's it's a hard one for me that about engine, not choosing I mean obviously if he had chosen glorified himself even more, but he probably knew that and stood opted to not do it. I mean that's for bottlebuster We should him for dosages, but I mean I think of needs. Point was like you. That level of greatness become like an alley or someone like who gave it up. Artists speak. He gave it up many of the peak of his followers. He gave all that money making the I mean it was different? America I mean even gene equality invention. I mean so all the time I think I agree with the way Shenice put it, but I think when look at MD's career more. Apart from the basketball and stuff, right the basketball thing he is easy It's done whatever he has to do it. At a very high level, and I think like for example right. A lot of people say oh. He just wanted to win by. He literally stopped playing for two years. So. It's not that he just wanted to win. You know like he stopped for two years, and the reason is playing he he kind of put it in the documentary life he he lost his dad so much media, attention and You couldn't really handle it. But on the other hand you know. That are other athletes that take all the pressure from the media I'm probably not the kind of pressure that MJ had. And still perform I level. and I think that you know that that's what I kind of just feel like. He was such a big winner and he wanted to win all the time. Why did he take a break? Right. No, that's fine. No I dreaming, agreeing with that, but then. The negative but exit. That Base I. If. He's like I just in basketball or play basketball games and I don't want to get into the political stuff. Then invited a break from basketball. Right so. Those are places where I think the narrative breaks away. But again you're just picking out..
"rohan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"Huddled together at last, the happiest place on Earth descend into the doubling doth, the new normal includes masks, sanitizers and distance every day, but practicing this whatever now it's the ball. Is They your favorite NBA podcast in an Indian accent back after a week of micro content expedition Matvey had more fun than the audience. Hopefully that changes in the coming weeks as you're probably aware the NBA. Commissioner Adam Sandler has announced that the association will in a reduced capacity with twenty two teams vying for a place in this year's lockdown playhouse, all the Games will be played at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando Florida close to what is affectionately for the happiest place on it. Speaking of happy I've got with me is always a big fan of the singer ferrall medium fan of old based video, editing software and a small fan of the, Hungarian? Co, host, we need the. What is really come back to the? 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Whole Family Wellness
"Let's start by having you introduce yourselves the way you would to a large group of people So I was born and raised in the area. That is now known as North Dakota. I'm from the Turtle Mountain Band of my Mom's side of the family. So I'm initial Bay and I'm Papa Lakota from the Standing Rock on my Dad's side of the family I lived on the East Coast for a number of years where I went to college at Dartmouth and I went to Grad School at Columbia University for Journalism and I am now the mom to a one year old and the partner to fashion. We live together in Phoenix Arizona where we run our our initiative called while for Culture. So wellness is my passion. I'm also a writer and a journalist but pretty much everything I do. Now is like health and family related Well softball scoop dodged everyone to the both of you and for those. That had a chance to me on. Yep Suga cash on knock to damage over jude are Choon. I'm from the Salt River. People around this area right here and Just happy to be here sup without the ATHOL AENA. Happy to be sitting here to be speaking with both of you. And it's awesome and you guys are one of our favorite podcasts and so we are just honored to be here and wanted to say thank you to the for the awesome work that you're doing with this in just around native country and the individual work you know we worked together. Matija in the past and I worked a little bit with us well at college horizon. So it's awesome to be here in this space to be able to be discussing more of these so very happy with that also work with the native Wellness Institute. I'm a board member there and I've been working with them now for about ten years now and Chelsea said one of the CO founders in our initiative that we call wealth for culture and and as Chelsea had said as well. Wellness is something. That's definitely my passion and the wellness that's rooted within our people and sexual ways. Yeah something that. I'm very passionate about and Just very Excited to try to share what little we know in this area of health and wellness as it pertains to family as you said and we know that that's a big part of of our communities you know it's it's the strong communities are built by our strong families and that's really the root of healing in the root of preserving and maintaining evolving. Our indigene are families and I think that's one of the most beautiful things we can put our energy and effort to especially in Mike this. You know when it's just we have so much going on and on world you know so my heart is full and I'm happy I you know I think the other thing. That's really cool. Is that you know you're a photographer. And you danced for years right with your work with Rohan long on the street. Dance B boy crews and stuff Yeah I didn't think about that what I think about this work. You do too because it's kind of like you know this evolution of becoming these. These people like Chelsea talks about you know going to Dartmouth and Columbia and becoming a journalist and and then you yourself. It's like being a photographer and working in industry and it takes so many different skills to put out content on a regular basis. And you know you to have been developing those skills for a really long time so maybe we could start just having you talk a little about the origins of welfare culture. And and your purpose and what that means to you individually. Well we founded in twenty fourteen shortly after I met. Actually we both were on our own individual healing and wellness journeys And we came together as friends and we did this cool photo. Shoot Auch Photograph me as it was at the time we were calling it like an urban warrior kind of thing but it was just this really cool fitness that we did in your city but meanwhile we were having all these conversations talking about how you know healthy. Lifestyles really are congruent. With our ancestral ways. Both of us were raised in ceremony. But both of us also kind of went the wayside with that a little bit You know during our teens and twenties and you know moving away both both of us moving away from our reservoirs and into cities and kind of just exploring the world and but eventually coming full circle back to that and so it was really cool because I connected as friends through that shared passion for connecting wellness with with our culture. At the time. We realized that there wasn't a lot of imagery of healthy active strong native people and we wanted to change that and so we co founded while for culture and it started as a website and an instagram and facebook page and then it quickly grew into basically this consulting business in Marietta. Other things that we do as well. Yeah we got together because like Jesse had said she was doing journalism. And as you'd mentioned I was doing photography and I after a while. I really wanted to start to kind of help. Help help with the movement that that you're contributing to your work is just to help to portray this our image. You know what I mean that we do have in our communities that often doesn't portrayed in so we started really like she said delve into that and we started really looking at it. And you know I was coming from a perspective of coming. From my community where diabetes obesity cardiovascular heart disease is really super high high in comparison to the non native people that are live on the border. Just a couple miles away you know. The life expectancy is just the gap between is is insane and so I was coming from from that perspective. That how we need to we need to really reclaim our health. And we need to put our health for first and foremost in our diginity to continue on and for me it was it was it was moved my body exercising and training and Alice really trying to draw those connections between that in and being a part of the community and We share a lot. Two of my personal observation is that I watched the the the the the community. I guess involvement and ceremonial things that bring wellness and love and happiness declined because of poor health. People can't show up so I just got really driven on this. This thing like you know we need to. We need to reclaim our health. In whatever way that is for people you know for me was exercising and know trend to really strengthen my relationship to food and so we got together and we start man this is. There's so much more than just you know putting out an image of somebody working out and trying to encourage and motivate people. That's a big part of it. You know but there's certainly a lot more to it so you know. We delved into it to try to create more of a wellness model. That was kind of rooted in in a lot of our cultural values and just kind of going around native country with my work. With Native Wellness Institute the Focus was always on on for sure was pinpointing historic trauma was healing but we didn't see the inclusion a lot of bringing a healthy lifestyle once again. It's as far as physical health. Bring our foods right back into the conversation healing or bringing movement and into the conversation. We're really seeing that so much too and I think that that's sort of like our generations contribution like it's what we're doing this all of us living here now so we really kind of just tried to go forward with that and develop it over the years and later on we became a family and and we realized that everything we were we were coming up with in creating and learning about and putting into practice and sharing about and doing workshops and trainings on was. We're things that we have this opportunity now to live that into model that and to to show that and I think that that's one of the most powerful things we can do is just model that you know model that that that wellness of that. Good life for all of our families to see you know. We're we're strengthening that spirit of wellness step brings families together increase healing once again to you know when when anyone participates in that and so and so you know. That's that's how we got to where we are with it today and as you said now we are really you know as a young family moving forward with that
Whole Family Wellness
"Hello friends and relatives. Welcome back to another episode of All. My relations were so happy. You're here Hello. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening hello hello. We have a really great episode for you today. We're talking with DOS Collins and Chelsea Lugar of the welfare culture initiative. They are two of our friends and colleagues who we have known for a long time in different areas of their life And we recorded this episode of few months ago back when Michigan was still pregnant so it was a really amazing opportunity to talk with them about the work that they do In thinking about wellness from a really kind of holistic perspective and indigenous perspective and how that takes into account we eat how we move our bodies what we think about especially during The time of life that Mantica was en and that Chelsea had been in not long Before her so we were bonus. Double excited 'cause we knew we had this episode coming and a couple of weeks ago in the New York Times. There was an article about food movements in Indian country and it featured Some really beautiful photographs of Fashion Chelsea and their daughter aloe And talked to them a little bit about the work they do. So what we thought. That could be a really great entry point into our conversation. thinking that many people might have encountered. They're work recently in the New York Times but then again I started actually reading the article and the article did what did what we always see. Which is that. It reinforced that poverty porn narrative and framed native people. You know from this perspective that put them in a place of of danger of survival as extinction they think it's essentially another extinction narrative. Almost and so I'd be really interested Adrian and in wondering how you might frame that if you were going to let say bright this article for the New York Times Okay so I am someone in my education research world. I think a lot about what we call deficit framing and it's something that You see a lot in research about quote unquote marginalized communities about native students in particular Where our communities? Our students are whoever we're talking about are always framed as lacking as As needing interventions as needing resources as being just framed is in a deficit Perspective and the difference between a deficit perspective. And then one. That is more in my work. I used the word. Goodness focus or like Asset based is looking at things from a position of strength and what communities already have and what they're bringing to the table and so this article is from the beginning. It's called how native Americans are fighting food crisis and the subtitle is as the corona virus limits access to food many are relying on customs like seed saving and canning that helped their forebears survive hard times so from the start. It's framed as though the corona virus is what is causing a food crisis in Indian country. And because of this moment all of a sudden people are returning to stroll knowledge is in traditional customs quote unquote which is like a word. I hate It's very anthropological. But they go on to The reporter interviews people that are incredible leaders in these areas in their communities. Folks that she actually Got Access to a lot of the names from my friend and colleague Liz Hoover who is an incredible food sovereignty researcher who is not mentioned anywhere in the article but The folks that are profiled in here people that we know their their names through this work. Milo yellow hair in weight loss and Chelsea Rebecca and Stephen Webster in night a Folks in San Carlos like it's just a a list of really incredible leaders but they're all framed as there's a crisis and they are reacting to it rather than if I would have written this article to your question. I very clearly would have framed. This as here is a moment where we are worried about the food supply chain in what is currently known as the United States. And here's a chance for us to look to indigenous communities as leaders in how to take care of one another and how to use and social and traditional knowledge is that have always been there To lead us through this moment and into a future that looks different than what we have now. A better and brighter future around our food and food security because a lot of these communities that are profiled here actually like aren't in a moment of crisis around their food systems they are just shifting their policies and practices to to what people are needing right now. And that's a beautiful model that a lot of communities be learning from like the work that Brian Yazdi is doing in. Minneapolis around feeding Urban elders and community members through traditional foods. That in itself is an amazing story. And instead it's just a little blip in this article about how he didn't have any catering jobs so started volunteering. So I just think the framing of it overall could have really been from this point of strength talking about that. Our communities know how to help one another no. The power of traditional foods know how to work with the land that they live on All of these things that are really important lessons for everyone rather than framing it as some sort of food crisis and yes like we do have food insecurity in Indian country. There's also a lot of amazing lessons that can be learned from the work that these folks have been doing for decades. This isn't something that just popped up in the last few months lifetimes of work that people have been putting in to get us to this point to be able to access those resources and serve our communities in the ways that they need right Like the the ability. I noticed in this article that they talk about some Alaska fishermen and hunters and that these folks are doing this. You know to prepare for crisis. When in fact we know especially I being able to relate to fishing culture that we go fishing and put up food for winter and every springtime. You know it's something that my family has been doing for generations and our communities have been doing generations and it's a part of the intergenerational knowledge that we highly value in our communities. I was taken back when I read the book about Rohan White Because Rohan white is one of those women that Hey I hope we introduce you to on this podcast but B. I think of a Shiro. She's one of my. She's one of the most inspiring women I've ever encountered in all of Indian country. I had the privilege of taking one of her seed saving workshops and I was so moved by her indigenous intelligence her connection to land in her connection to seeds. And how empowering an empowered I felt after spending just one afternoon with her where she gave me seeds and made me feel like it was okay to grow them and how that important and she's been doing this work for a very long time and she started a whole food sovereignty movement along with Liz and others and in this article it talks about her growing heirloom seeds. Which is I think. It's just wrong. Because she doesn't grow heirloom seeds. She grows pre colonized seeds. Oh she she grows ancestral seeds. And you know it also says that she's doing this as a as a response to closed casino revenue which is so silly ruins been doing this empowering people because the people needed and because she was called to do this work and because she's been doing it for a really long time and I don't want to speak for her you know but I just. I'm really disappointed with the way that we are. Continuously framed in massive media and mass media especially in this New York Times article. I really hope that there will come a time that maybe instead you get to write the article nuts an outsider writing it for us.
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"rohan" Discussed on The Light Inside
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When 'Branding First' Becomes The Only Option
"VERSUS SALES. Which one is more important debate? That has probably been going on about as long as businesses being around and at a time like this when a lot of us are in lockdown a lot of us are being forced to close businesses. Silence isn't really an option for us. So the only thing we've got left is branding now. There are some people out there right now. Though who do have an option you can choose branding of sales and a lot of people right now. I'm going down the sales route which is understandable because sales means revenue. You need revenue for the company to survive and so people are offering substantial discounts to try and encourage people to by. Now you know by now and you can carry that over book now for Your Hotel and it can be valid for six months twelve months after. But if you can possibly do it at this time if you can adopt a branding strategy the brand value the brand equity that you can build up in this time of crisis when people are in desperate need of help and when people don't have necessarily the money to be throwing around then. I think the long term benefits for your brand is substantial a great example of that came to my email inbox this morning from a guy called row and McKenna. Now I some of you will know Rohan. He's the CEO of Prima feet. Which is a supplier provider of fitness and gym equipment to the hospitality industry and that email basically said I know a lot of you guys are. Shut down at the moment. You'll gyms basically inactive. You need to make sure that you maintain your equipment. Now he could have gone one or two ways he could have said. Let me now sell you a maintenance program. Let me sell you a program that will cover a refresh. Once you open up again. He could have adapted very sales focused strategy to try and get some revenue in the door instead. What he's done is gone the Browning route and what he's done this said here's a free guide on how to look after your equipment that actually is going to bring to. Mama and it's going to bring some serious brand value for him in the long term so if you can possibly do it if you can do without the immediate revenue hit today trying to think about how you can instead. Be Building brand at a time like these. Because the brands that come out of this strongest will be the brands that did right by the people whether that's their customers. Their employees they supply as providers whoever's in your ecosystem as a company if you can do right by those people right now you'll brand equity coming out of these is going to be stronger.
When 'Branding First' Becomes The Only Option
"To day sixteen of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Branding versus sales. Which one is more important? It's a debate that has probably been going on about as long as businesses being around and at a time when a lot of us are in lockdown a lot of us are being forced to close businesses. Silence isn't really an option for us. So the only thing we've got left is branding now. There are some people out there right now. Though who do have an option you can choose branding of a sales and a lot of people right. Now I'm going down the sales route. Which is understandable because sales means revenue. You need revenue for the company to survive and so people are offering substantial discounts to try and encourage people to by. Now you know by now and you can carry that over book now for Your Hotel and it can be valid for six months twelve months after. But if you can possibly do it at this time if you can adopt a branding strategy the brand value the brand equity that you can build up in this time of crisis when people are in desperate need of help and when people don't have necessarily the money to be throwing around then. I think the long term benefits for your brand is substantial a great example of that came to my email inbox this morning from a guy called row and McKenna. Now I some of you will know Rohan. He's the CEO of Prima feet. Which is a supplier provider of fitness and gym equipment to the hospitality industry and that email basically said I know a lot of you guys are. Shut down at the moment. You'll gyms basically inactive. You need to make sure that you maintain your equipment. Now he could have gone one or two ways he could have said. Let me now sell you a maintenance program. Let me sell you a program that will cover a refresh. Once you open up again. He could have adapted very sales focused strategy to try and get some revenue in the door instead. What he's done is gone the Browning route and what he's done this said here's a free guide on how to look after your equipment that actually is going to bring to. Mama and it's going to bring some serious brand value for him in the long term so if you can possibly do it if you can do without the immediate revenue hit today trying to think about how you can instead. Be Building brand at a time like these. Because the brands that come out of this strongest will be the brands that did right by the people whether that's their customers. Their employees they supply as providers whoever's in your ecosystem as a company if you can do right by those people right now you'll brand equity coming out of these is going to be stronger. I get we've got to survive and look siles is critical for a lot of people right now but if you count or more to the point if you can possibly do without sales for the next couple of months try and focus on your branding strategy and hats off to to ruin for that. That approach that brand I approach. I think it's pretty smart already. That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow.
The Future of Professional Relationships with Andy Lopata
"Does the professional relationship strategist actually do? I guess the answer is pretty much in the title but I'll work with organizations and individuals within those organizations to help them look how the professional relationships they build Com charge their business And Charlie career If you look at most to the challenges and the skill sets the leaders and Successful business people focus on that that that powered by relationships whether you're looking at change management leadership in itself business growth. You can list challenges and pretty much. Everyone could be made easier. I'm better if you have the right connections with the right people in the right place and strong relationships with them but we tend to leave that to chance and what I try and do is encourage those people to think about the most strategically. Well if you're asking someone to do something that will involve change or is uncomfortable. You WanNa be asked by some on you actually like you've got to lock them in that. Yes I would do that for you because we have a relationship at some point down the track on my need to ask you to do something. And it's equipped Park Roy. Something really struck me Back in January I was Speaking events event organizers before Mytalk I listened to the opening plenary session and it was a lady called name. Ray Who's the COO of I make switched? One of the biggest event organizers in the world. They run you know mixed they run events of fifteen thousand twenty thousand people in in Las Vegas And in Frankfurt and non Emory was talking about how they making their event sustainable and she had three key points in. The second point was collaboration and she threw out the talk. She talked about the different stakeholders she needed to have on board in order to make the event sustainable. And I since I had the chance I rushed out. I got to the slides and I created a brand new slide for my presentation listing stakeholders and the point I made is you had in the started with the team. But she didn't say the team it wasn't the IMAX team. It was they Finance team the sales team the delivery team so you had all the teams with an I. Max You had all the different suppliers so you had. The people that build exhibition stands the transportation on ground level to cleaners to the cleaners. Caterers You had the clients and bring the clients on the journey and I listed about twelve or fifteen of just from my notes from the talk and and my opening to my presentation that morning and it's become the opening this new presentation. Now anyway was what's the one thing that's going to make your life easier in bringing all of those stakeholders forward and it's professional relationships strong relationships on and I had a quote from now lamb. Ris At the end of that which said If you have your partners on board you multiply your impact. So that's what I try and help people and I think people don't recognize the power of professional relationships will go into more detail but we think networking is. I have connect with you on Lincoln sidewalk and his whole story around that you actually for years were known as Mister Network But you start to move away from this. So is networking now a dirty word networking word and I've always said that if I could find the replacement for it then I'll make my fortune I. It's it's not as dirty words it used to be Two thousand eight changed that you know when when people started losing their jobs linked in activity might experience absolutely spiked People were maybe on it but weren't really using it. Two Thousand Eight nine sort of sea change as people either looking for new job or felt their jobs under threat And I saw massive change. In the way people engage with networking from that point to the point way up before the crash I was at an event for women in technology. I did the bravest thing I've ever done in my life and I've parachuted and jumped so on abseiled. I put my hand up and asked a question of a panel An event could women technology where they were one hundred ninety nine women in the room where man and I wasn't even in technology I ask the panel about the the difference for a woman to a man networking corporate space. Because at the time I was moving from running a network for small businesses and knowing that I wanted to move into working with corporates and one by one. Shut me down They said you know we don't do that. We don't have time to go to the POB after work. We manipulate Everything that they said about networking was negative. Even though everything I would define networking is was represented in advice. They gave presentations One year two years later I was at an event for another women's event. It was European professional women's network. I'm one of the speakers of hundred fifty women in the ordinances time. How many of you think networking is important? Your career every hand went up. That was a huge change in a short period of time. So I don't think networking is as dirty word as it was in the you know before. Two thousand eight having said that it still misperceived misunderstood undervalued. It still seen as a soft skill is seen as a sales tool a saint something for junior levels. And it's it's all of those things and none of those things And and the reason for my shift from a focus on networking to a focus on professional relationships of which networking forms a part Is the I was getting pigeonholed into how to work a room You know my friend. Susan Susan Rohan wrote the book how to Work Room probably thirty years ago. Now it. It's a word is a phrase that's really stuck in the popular vernacular and we do need to know how to make the most of networking events but they set tiny percentage of what I do and when you talk about professional relationships conferences and events are just one tool. And I've been preaching that message for a long time but I think it took the shift a wife and talking about networking and talking about relationships for people to get that then. If you want to build professional relationships you can at how networking events and conferences. Sit into your took
Dedicated To Two Women
"How do you fall in love again after loss? How do you deal with the complicated conflicting emotions that come from grieving one person and also opening in yourself up to loving someone else? That's what Brendan help explores in his essay. It's called dedicated to women. Only one of them alive. It's red by Terry. Crews he stars in Brooklyn Nine Nine on NBC. My wife is about to die as I leave. The hospice is to pick up our daughter at school. I tell cures I love her. She is ball's gaunt Johnson slipping in and out of consciousness. It takes a lot of effort for her to speak. I love you. I tell her as she surfaces briefly and Crooks I love you too. It's the last thing she will ever say to me. I take our seven year old daughter row in from school to the hospice. For brief visit and later that night I go back alone and sit by Kirsten's bed with her parents and sister Sherston is unconscious rasping and moaning with every breath Sometimes there's a long pause between her breasts and though it has become clear to me that prayer is ineffective each time. This long pause happens happens. I just pray that she's dead because I can't stand for her to be alive like this I fall asleep holding her hand and I wake up at one in the morning. I tell Kirsten's family. I have to leave because Kirstin and I agreed in advance that it was important for me to be with Rohan at bedtime in the morning joining I kissed Kirstin. Kabye have five hours later. It is Kirsten parents and sister who are with her singing as she dies and not mean I know I did what Kistin wanted but still we were together for fourteen years. I wish I'd been there two weeks later. I have a dream Kirstin ruin and I are in the same mall where Kirstin it. I went walking to try to get her. Contractions restarted on the frigid frigid January day. When Roy was born as a bookstore on a third floor and Kerstin and I take escalators? All the way up suddenly I realized I don't know where our daughter
"rohan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Two coaches least likely to elaborate just because you ask them to write if they say no and that's that's all you're gonna get yup and man i think these days <hes> pop is actually trying to be better and trying to to say more but i think the us as question nassar's. Here's i've just kind of given up and it's just like say. Something got me out of here. So what do you think about what about filling in here for the day. Oh of course i i'm not used to mondays on tuesday guy as you know but <hes> i like doing yeah. You're gonna get your. You're gonna get your beating tomorrow because the fellows are back with you yeah. I'm gonna wear my as best of suit in here. Yours bestest suit yeah. Why is that because they're gonna hit me with a flame thrower. I know it. Are you gonna be dressed as a cowboy oy what's going on. Oh hell no. There's been some controversy here. Lately were apparently last week. You claim to have reached some sort of agreement where you don't need to dress as a cowboy and then and you got your article re tweeted and then. Dan claims that that agreement was never made yeah well we. We need to come to an agreement because i'm not dressing up like a cowboy every week. What's the problem though of all things that you could dress up as a cowboy humiliating feels like it's right up your alley you suggested to like you said you'd happily dressed as a cowboy in all you really need to to do is we're a hat. Don't use well. If that were the case. I would do it in a heartbeat. If you're telling me that i'll have to do is where cowboy at every week to get column re tweets such such as a retreat of the column. I wrote on josh rosen. It's available right now on miami herald dot com. I certainly would do that but you know if if they expect me to dress like woody like a cartoon every week forget that nobody what's the problem like. Why can't you just dressed up to look like a cool cowboys opposed of one. It's a cartoon guy will wear a hat. I'll l. wear a hat. You know there's no use me wearing boots and spurs. Nobody's going to see him. I will wear a cowboy hat matter of fact i own two or three cowboy hats <hes> i'm a i'm a cowboy at heart and i enjoy wearing a cowboy hat but don't clown me with a whole woody up but what's wrong with woody what he's a beloved cowboys when he was great to do once. It's not something we're going to do repeatedly to do what he wants. I did do what he wants so in your ideal scenario tomorrow just as a cowboy. What is your outfit. You're never know we'll talk to you montana. This was not lebatardshow on e._s._p._n. Radio..
"rohan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Author of that article which is air care about do you're not draft and it's always based on where a player is being selected so not taking patrick mahomes. That's already stain of course patrick mahomes <hes> he's unbelievable player. It's just that where he is being drafted right. Now which is seventeenth overall is that's like a massive massive premium pan of quarterback <hes>. We actually had this conversation on our podcast earlier earlier today because we were previewing the chiefs is that if you think patrick mahomes at quarterback quarterback that's fine if you take him and that's actually encouraged. Encouragement should be doing but if you take him where he's going on average right now which is <hes> pick seventeen. What you are accounting for is not just patrick mahomes being the best quarterback in fantasy. You need him to be like basically what he was last year several inter deviations better than the rest of the quarterbacks in the n._f._l. August here to justify that pick. You can't just be the number one quarterback. He's got to be the number one quarterback mile again. It's said that can't happen it. Just you know using the body of evidence that we have of quarterbacks and possible regression like even if patrick mahomes throws thirty eight touchdown passes next year that could very well be the best in the n._f._l. N._f._l. until twelve less than last year so there's a little bit of risk taking on the seventeenth take overall all right. Let's get down to brass tacks in field. Yates is most important fantasy. Let's see league. When is the earliest that he would take patrick mahomes. You know another great question that reared itself today. Earliest would be <hes> probably the fourth fourth round from the top of the fourth round <hes> and we we use all the usual caveats of like hey. It's <hes> you know. Penalty teams playing with the scoring rules but like a ten team league were touchdowns counter four points in a passing touch for passing touchdown. I think the top of the forefront is about right for me. Feel how how do you feel about the strategy of pairing up teammates on your fantasy team in other words. If i get michael thomas it's smart for me to get drew brees as well yeah. I see what i tell people that is it's. It's less about trying to pair teams. It's more about not being worried about talk. I've had people that have said exactly that like hey. I took michael thomas tonight because of that. When i'm choosing my quarterback later avoid drew brees my general rule donna making it really simple is just hey. If you like both players take them a lot of at the end of the year you go look at the top rank quarterbacks top top water. Steve irs in some cases top-ranked running back a lot of them. Come from the same team so i don't really have an issue with doubling up or crippling up on guys from the same roster. Can you just tell us all all your rules of thumb. Chris loves them. Yeah why not right. Hey you know what else they like. Nothing like this. It's a plug but it's also the answered your question. I should i write this piece. Every year. I the nine rules draft and fantasy football so like but doesn't say thumb kind of an open book my secret yeah so don e._s._p._n. Dot com yeah <hes> if you were to go to an in person draft which i'm gonna assume you do have at least one <hes>..
"rohan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm Lisa g the mother of a Brooklyn teen stabbed to death is calling. Her son's killer to turn himself into police, Tracy is heartbroken to learn her seventeen year old son is dead deserve the divers. He just turned seventeen years old. He was a baby police say Rohan Burke was stabbed multiple times by seventeenth street. In 'em in Midwood Monday. This was late afternoon. If you know, if you are the person that internal bleed detectives now looking for at least one suspect police have put out surveillance footage of people wanted for questioning. I'm Scott Pringle W. O R news. Meantime in Yonkers cops are looking for a fifteen year old involved in a deadly shooting. Their five thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a young man who killed an eighteen year old girl trying to protect her nine year old sister. Jamir Thompson is fifteen years old. An eighth grader with gang ties in a violent criminal past police say he stole a gold chain from another teen last Thursday and later had a run in with them nearest home. That's when he fired his handgun and accidentally killed Maryland KADO Montana as she was trying to protect her younger sister Thompson's mother, so far it's. Refusing to help cops finder sign Alice stuck in Rossini's W, O R news. This report is sponsored by national realty investment. Advisers, low cost investment substantial monthly pay-outs the situation in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas is getting worse as a bloody coup appears to be underway. Correspondent Ian panel with the story dramatic images now developing out to the Venezuelan capital Caracas. Remember, the country's being in a state of crisis with two men declaring themselves president, but the one who was the opposition leader. Now raising the stakes saying the ministry come to his side calling on the people to come out onto the streets and familiar to units to defect from Washington. Dc house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats and President Trump had a very productive meeting on infrastructure after the meeting. She said there was general agreement on the need to go big and bold on renovating highways bridges airports in Morales are jersey shore bus driver is facing charges for driving under the influence of a prescription. Drug after crashing with students on board. The bus cops allege Cheryl Ruth of whiting was dropping off students at ocean county vocational technical school yesterday morning when she rear ended an unoccupied parked bus eight students were treated for minor injuries. And although she wasn't drinking cops charged her with DWI DWI in a school zone. DWI through a school crossing and DWI with an underaged passenger the crash remains under investigation by the TOMS river traffic safety division. I'm Terry McCreary W O R news. Donald Trump junior's girlfriend has landed a role in President Trump's reelection campaign team might Bauer reports for Fox News co host Kimberly Guilfoil has joined President Trump's reelection campaign team. The former wife of California governor Gavin Newsom joined the team as a senior adviser after having served as the vice chairwoman of a pro-trump superpac. Trump's campaign announced the higher yesterday saying it's assembling a world class team of talented. Individuals to help re elect Trump Guilfoil reportedly began dating Don jR last. Year after the president's son announced his split from his ex wife Vanessa Mike Bauer for seven ten W O R, the Tony award nominations are out of for best musical into proud to big beetle juice Haiti's town, the prompt and took see the awards will be given out June ninth live from Radio City Music hall and your forecast is next. This is Dr Howard founder and formulator of balance of nature where changing America one life at a time. It just makes my body feel like I can function. I'm not in as much pain, and I feel happy and my skin is glowing. So what else can I say what's better than your skin? Glowing. For woman of almost seventy years old. What's better than your skin.
News in Brief 25 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations on world malaria day marked on Thursday, the World Health Organization or WHO launched a grassroots campaign to emphasize country ownership and community empowerment to improve malaria prevention and care after more than a decade of steady advances in fighting the disease progress has leveled off every two minutes a child dies from this preventable and treatable disease said W H O director general Ted gross at Hanane KEB rhesus, according to the UN health agencies latest world malaria report, the estimated number of malaria cases, remained virtually unchanged from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen. There are approximately two hundred nineteen million cases globally and an estimated four hundred thirty five thousand deaths. The WHO chief said the campaign zero malaria starts with me. Calls on political leaders, the private sector and affected communities to take action to improve prevention diagnosis and treatment saying we all have a role to play the food and Agriculture Organization and European Union announced on Thursday, a new project to strengthen the resilience of agro-pastoral communities, which course, national boundaries in the Suhel targeting several priorities zones, including Senegal, but Keno Foucault, Molly and Nazir. The aim is to improve food security country level investments and building resilient livelihoods and policies to support communities. Major investments in rural development and agriculture must be integral to peace building efforts. FAO director general Jose Graziano to silver said while visiting Senegal the Suhel remains affected by conflict, malnutrition and population displacement, rendering million. In need of urgency assistance each year the project which will benefit one hundred forty thousand people many of whom are vulnerable pastoralists will help to address these crises at their roots. According to FAO, UN human rights experts said on Thursday that the refusal of Myanmar's top court to consider a final appeal by two jailed Reuters journalists represented a dark day for media freedoms and democracy in the country incarcerated for seven years in connection with their twenty seventeen investigation into the massacre of Rohan, gay men and boys at Indian village in rocking state. The supreme court on Tuesday rejected the appeal by wa loan and quavo. The experts underscored that neither committed a crime saying they were doing their job as investigative journalists. Reporting on issues of the utmost concern to the people of Myanmar and performing an. Essential democratic function the special rapid tour on the situation of human rights in me and more Yang. He Lee and special rapid tour on freedom of expression David Kay called the upholding of their convictions a grave injustice last week. Both journalists
Japan (Very Carefully) Drops Plastic Explosives Onto An Asteroid
"Early this morning. Japan's space agency dropped a bomb on an asteroid NPR's. Steph Brumfield reports it was done in the name of science this scene in the control room here on earth with tents. So very few people are sitting down. They're all standing up. That's the webcast from Japan space agency. Scientists and engineers were communicating with the spacecraft known as Haya Busa to it's currently somewhere between earth and Mars studying small asteroid the team watched as it released a copper disc filled with plastic explosives towards the asteroid then quickly maneuvered to a safe position. Then the explosives fired sending the disk flying into the asteroid surface. And I saw some smiles and applause that once lawlessly is perfect herald Connolly juniors researcher Rohan university here in the US who collaborates on high Abboud to he says, the explosive projectile was basically. Designed to dig a hole the purpose of it is to move material from a leaper death up to the surface. So it's not an open active aggression against another planetary body. Absolutely is not asteroids. Like this one have been hanging around the solar system for billions of years each particular afterwards. So the precursors to what earth was made from and thought they could teach us a lot about the planet's past even perhaps the origins of life here after the dust settles high abusive to study the crater created by today's explosion, it may even land and take a sample. Eventually it will return samples to
Japan Just Bombed an Asteroid in Our Solar System, For Science
"Early this morning. Japan's space agency dropped a bomb on an asteroid and PR. Steph Brumfield reports it was done in the name of science this scene in the control room here on earth was tense. So very few people are sitting down. They're all standing up. That's the webcast from Japan space agency. Scientists and engineers were communicating with the spacecraft known as Haya Busa to it's currently somewhere between earth and Mars studying small asteroid the team watched as it released a copper disc filled with plastic explosives towards the asteroid then quickly maneuvered to a safe position. Then the explosives fired sending the disk flying into the asteroid surface. And I saw some smiles in applause that once lawlessly is perfect herald. Conley juniors researcher Rohan university here in the US who collaborates on high abusive to he says, the explosive projectile was basically. Designed to dig a hole. The purpose of it is to move material from deeper death up to the surface. So it's not an open act of aggression against another planetary body. Absolutely is not asteroids. Like this one have been hanging around the solar system for billions of years each particular storage. So the precursors to what earth was made from and thought they could teach us a lot about the planet's past even perhaps the origins of life here after the dust settles high abusive to will study the crater created by today's explosion, it may even land and take a sample. Eventually it will return
"rohan" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"There's always two beers hidden in their joke because you never know when you're gonna get stranded out there. And I always throw a couple of granola bars and a couple of beers in there. And there's you never know when you're gonna stranded in if I'm stuck opponent all night, or at least what one beer like just I have I have two cans of sausages and some crackers. Ooh, he's smart. I know that that's actually sustainable that'll keep you going for. It's going to get a buzz. Water and vegetables almonds. That works too. But I I do have a fridge freezer in my Jeep and trail oven. So I could make food on the trails if need be womanly skills stills sticking strong. I look like a girl. I talk like a girl sometimes but deep down inside. I think I'm just a boy. Well. I don't know. Did I did I get you speechless over? I mean, I I don't know what say just keep my mouth shut. Plus, she or is it all. I'm just wondering I'm just going to say too much. All right. Well, I appreciate the time. Your man, it is always fun. I can't wait to do some adventures with you stupid Stoudt done. It's got planned this year. And congrats I guess on the finish here. Amherst, buddy. Thank you so much for be part of this. Thanks players riser for putting y'all on. And for you know, everyone here at king of the hammers. It's it's a frustrating rice. But it's it's awesome. At the same time. You know, I I encourage people that want to try it. Go pre-run at first, and then you won't wanna try it anymore. But yeah, thank you so much. Really? Appreciate it. Always a little bit of fun catching up with everybody's favourite redneck, Hubert Rohan, thank you guys for tune-in once again, hopefully, you like the show, and I feel like this show, you know, my friends podcast one. They've got a lot of shows that you're probably going to like, and you know, as you have up your engine with a start a NASCAR season. Yep. Just around the corner Daytona five hundred twelve a lot of coverage area down under to show dot com. But you know, podcast one is your pit stop for the best car podcasting around my.
9-year-old gets Colorado town to end ban on snowball fights
"Nine year old Dane best front city hall and won the severance, Colorado. Fourth grader went to a town board meeting on Monday and presented his case to overturn a century old ban on throwing snowballs all read this law should be changed. I have twenty letters from kids in my class that would like. This one of our third grade classes Rohan opinion paper on this law. And of course, after convincing the town board to overturn the ban Dane himself. Got to throw the first legal snowball in his town since the nineteen twenties and while Dame canal legally heave snowballs that his little brother. He has his eye on another town ordinance, which defines pets only as cats and dogs. Deign owns a Guinea pig. And he thinks they should have rights too.