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"rozan" Discussed on ConCiencia Podcast
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"rozan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Resilient and better equipped for the future not stops. Man is a paralympic athlete. A decorated and world record holding archer and a man with a remarkable personal story of courage. Resilient and the single minded pursuit of excellence matt. Stutzman is here to tell us more about his story. Not what kind of support do you receive. What about in terms of mental health in terms of building and reinforcing resilience confidence. I believe that mental health is extremely important. I believe that in order for you to obtain the goals that you're trying to get everything that you got going on in your life has to be at peace. What i mean by that is like you don't have any family stress. You know that your bills are taken care of. You're not wondering how. I'm gonna pay the bills like you have to be completely just era thing is okay then that will allow you to get that mental to the next level and for me. The help that i get it allows me to just participate and do what i do because i don't have to worry about you. Know how the kids are going to get food or how how the bills are going to get paid. And i can just literally focus on what i'm there to do in my opinion. It's probably the most important thing that is what's going to determine if you are going to perform your best or if you're not going to compete very good at all is more important than picking up a bone shooting it. It's more important than that skill like. You have to be mentally strong and and mentally good health otherwise all that training practicing that you did. It's not going to work at the end of the day. Athlete and inspiration matt stutzman on how he takes courage. What's ahead no matter. What a clip passion one much allience zone passion to secure people's lives liens confidence in tomorrow. Welcome back to the monocle. Daily andrew miller still with me are our guests. Holly doug rozan. John everard this past weekend. There have been protests in france. And we'll pause right there to allow guests and listeners alike to collect themselves after fainting dead away with shock while it is indeed the case that flinging bistro tables at gendarmes is to the french. What going for a nice works for the rest of us. The recent brew. Ha-has bruise haha. Whichever is right have reflected something off the generals august in. They are motivated by indignation at the idea of any kind of health pass which permits people vaccinated against kovic nineteen access to things forbidden to those who decline a vaccine for reasons which may not be related to ignorance or lunacy but you could be forgiven for betting with form at this point John a nice leading question to start with you. Is there any reason whatsoever to take these seriously Well yes because there are a lot of them and last time. Frost didn't take ding seriously. And there's no shortage sorted. Ding bats and france as he lives with we ended up with graffiti scrawled all over the from the nasty message central paris so it's wise to take them seriously even if they are patiently wrong mean even if they are their position is quite clearly not supported by the white french public The plaza for the radio station I think today's ago did a poll. Which showed seventy five percent support for mandatory vaccinations for health workers and sixty percent support for Demanding kovic passports going to restaurants and cultural centers. So these people are quite definitely a noisy minority holly if you are in charge of a country in which there is such a noisy minority and most people running most democracies off at the moment this is not a uniquely french phenomenon. Is there actually a response. You can make to their objections beyond tough luck. I mean i. I think the real question is like how long are we going to be. Mandating these passports. And how long are we going to be having these expectations. I think the fact that this is becoming normalized is what's worrying some people that this isn't the yeah. There are people that thinks cove. It's a hoax. There are people that think that you're going to be able to get Wi fi off your arm and all that stuff. But i think the big question is like where do we draw the line on the future if we're going to do this like we should have a deadline at least so that people can feel comfortable and that this isn't normalized and this isn't what we're going to be living like for the rest of our existence is something to the john the idea of setting some coin the coin kind my was massively australian pronunciation of coined. The at unaware that from is there something to be said for setting some kind of date even if it's not an exact one i mean. The argument against that is that setting deadlines has made fools of several governments over the last year. And a half or so but is there something to as holly suggests saying maybe look if everyone does the right thing now then maybe this time next year life will be more or less back to normal. If you take that few you are effectively saying that you think that the virus can be beat back into the background. And i'm not sure that many epidemiologists believe that i mean we're moving from pandemics. End mikula occurred. Virus is here to stay. It's going to be with for the rest of our lives given that no. I don't think you should put a dead on on it. I think you should square up to people say for the rest of your lives. You are going to have a a appoved injection once a year and you are black. Do so in the same way of the state requires you to to pay your taxes. This is a social Amp political obligation on you. You have liberties your freedoms you also have obligations through the rest of the body which you live. This is one of them holly. Is it something that might take care of itself more or less if more and more employers and there are already plenty of them who are starting to say in their capacity as private companies. This is a condition of working here. I think it is It's getting to that point. I'm even seeing universities in the us that are Mandating vaccines and i. I think we're going in that direction. Because people are recognizing wall if i don't have My workers vaccinated. There's going to be an outbreak..
"rozan" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Too much by consciously watching fat f. Shoes is gonna be hard to get in those pretty suits joking with world abusive to the i was you. I started broomball change. The voice to there is something where you so. This one book called the love yourself. Your life depends on. It really helped me by rifkin or something. But it's it's sexy you end up. Just meditated do it. I love myself. Love myself into the mirrors. The email away. The i What do you call the apparition africa. Affirmation oh really family. We wouldn't have been better. I'm a god. I'm a warrior of is is it helps though because in your brain so you give the group strength so whenever you go to the negative group that that voice say oh you know what i have myself group and i don't know it got me out of some like really depressing because you know if you see a documentary. It's really sort of open. He m the new documentary man. Tell us about that. Yeah so it's out there already. I mean it was a journey. I do ketamine like through feel can me. I did it with the doctor. And then they did the you out the conscious. So there's one where they do it intravenously and then you just pass out which is in the movie but you see me a little bit before i go under but the other way is by. Iv still in the doctor's office but then you have a therapy session. this trippy. because you're having a therapy session. You know dissociate of anesthetic so essentially takes your like sp separate you from your ego more so then you starting to deal with stuff and then i had this thing where i was thinking about my relationship and my parents relationship and then i started thinking about my parents relationship and that was feeling all this heaviness and then it occurred to me. They're both dead. And i was like god. Bless you and i love you but you're gone so let's let's lift that. I don't need marriage in pain anymore actually freed me up a little. I don't know who knows what any of this stuff works. I'm just trying to figure it out and did you did you. Did you have a mentor. Growing up somebody that she can be like. Hey that's my. That's the person that really made the biggest impact on my life. You have a person like that. Yeah i think you meet like a lot of people along the way chinese people brothers and we just passing through. But we just passing through here. My brother richmond was an alexis. A shared a room with alexis was my transgender brother sister. You know it's complicated 'cause into my sister but then at the end of life and she said i want you to shift so i sort of do it talking like during time periods. But that was her thing fluid. Twenty twenty one. You'd be like fuck you wanna be. Yeah exactly how. How was your your life growing up with. You mentioned your sister. How was oh off. Did you always know that. Growing up that With this revealed later in her life was shoes at a certain age. No my sister rozan mu ran away moved out to la stayed with the family of friend of our family. Whatever but then she. She likes got into the acting came. You know when to open con. There's some wild story about her sitting in a casting office for this word. She saw these girls going in and out the cash director's coming in and now and then they said what's you name a. We don't have any more appointments. And she said oh. I don't have an appointment. He started to walk down. Went on the ground. Started doing epileptic seizure in these freaked out and had got up and was acting because the role at acted as for someone with epileptic seizure. And she got the role of the first things. She really paved the way for the second generation. So my dad was an actor for forty forty five years. My grandfather was an actor named cliff arquette. Who was charlie weaver. Who's on the original tonight. Show old hollywood squares was little old man in the corner..
"rozan" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"rozan" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"rozan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Neal bit a tell me your thoughts on this. Yeah this one gave me a lot of fields. I loved it and i felt that way Similarly felt the way more after afterwards although the ending i think is fantastic and i thought it was one of the best things i've seen in a while. I don't wanna spoil it but just basically not only visually Filmmaking but i thought it just was a wonderful example of all the themes and the kind of greater At least what the film's trying to say about what real happiness says or what real pieces i think it's always nice when a movie can through visual storytelling can really make its point in a way that kind of ties together and sound of metal does that but anyway i had a lot of bills it i think some of that sort of just sort of autobiographical where you know I grew up in a family that cared a lot about music and i played music. A lot of my friends played music Rozan at i thought was fantastic in and you just i was like i know this guy. I've met this guy. Many times. I know And then i just wanted to say that. Paul racy leila's how you pronounce his last name. And i think he's nominated for an actor and he is. I just thought he was fantastic. He was just superb. And i was really happy to see him. Get the amount of praise he did. so yeah i think you're you're someone who has experience with mental ill like if themes of mental illness and addiction and sort of Characters who were always striving to kind of find their peace in the world. That's something that speaks to you or those kinds of stories. I think it's it's a great movie for that but it's a it's a it's in many ways it's a small films. Small very narrow. Sort of very tightly enclosed film. And when you when you are watching it because it is an oscar nominee. And i think that that much the same although it displays enter different way the next. We're gonna talk not but when you were watching it. because it's an oscar nominee. You've spent much of the film asking why right. Why is this an oscar. Because it is a very small and intimate film right and then like it achieves this universality at the end which is extremely compelling right this that compelling for me was not enough to sort of put it in the very highest tier of films watching here But resolve that united. You're saying is extraordinary at the performances. The sense people who who are doing the thanks doing You know they're doing them for the right reasons right and nothing that they're doing sounds unreasonable or contrived And it plays out in this in this way. Which is the simultaneously heartbreaking beautiful. And you don't even know if your heart would be broken right should be. You'd be appreciating the fact this beautiful or should be viewing this in heartbreaking fashion and so forth minutes just in that sense. It's really just on lovelace. decide Film that that. I really and i confess that i had been drinking and i dropped off recorded so the way through until my first my first sort of a reaction to this was but then i watched the last like blast half of it again And i mean it was. Just i was. I was really struck. I strong film. It's interesting that I think i saw it before. The nominations came out. And i remember being very pleasantly surprised. I actually didn't because it's a small film as you're saying because it doesn't have any huge stars and because it's not really trying to. It's not trying to. Wow you like i..
The Return of Playoff Rondo
"So Bill Game One against Houston was Rozan rondos first game nearly six months. Can you break down everything that he went through with injuries? Yeah. It was interesting because this is a guy who has been slowly it feels like kind of breaking down as he's gotten older he had two broken fingers on his right hand last year his first year with the Lakers. This year he had a calf injury. He had an aversion fracture in his right ring finger and this is all before we get to March and the shutdown from the pandemic. So the Lakers are off for four months they go to. ORLANDO. Rajon Rondo is with the team their first practice inside the bubble Lakers guard Rajon Rondo has suffered a broken right thumb in. He's expected to return to full basketball activities in six to eight weeks, he's going to undergo surgery to repair the fact fracture this week. So he leaves the bubble has surgery. He's out for another six weeks or so the Lakers have a first round series against the Blazers Rondo, comes back to the bubble and is actually cleared to play for game three against the Portland Trailblazers, he's on the court getting ready. For that Game Rondo was listed as active tonight for the Lakers but was a late scratch with back spasms that happened. So, by the time, we got to game one of the second round against the rockets. There was kind of this sense of porcelain Rondo forget about it what level, but is he just going to be healthy enough to play and be able to stay healthy to make a contribution to this team? What does he had to say about all of these injuries he basically downplayed the injuries and said that these are the sorts of things that are going to frustrate. Anyone was very frustrating injury and step back I'm my career fourteen years have. Everything happens for a reason. Obsolete man says talks we. Still for the moment but the timing of this latest injury, the broken thumb and the back spasms I think particularly frustrating for him because this is a guy whose entire reputation and career is built on playoff performance on being a guy who really ramps it up in the postseason. Early, in his career uses a second your point guard with the Celtics out of Kentucky playing with Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen and Paul. Pierce and he ended up playing an instrumental role. You remember the two thousand, eight finals against the Lakers decisive blowout game. You know he had twenty one points against Kobe Bryant and the Lakers twenty one point seven rebounds eight assists six steals to give the Celtics a championship for that story franchises nearly ovation barrage. You've seen it win Lebron was in Miami. If you remember game three of these conference semi finals Rondo dislocated his elbow. Oh. Wow. Left arm hyper-extended boy. Didn't see it on that I replay certainly. Saw It there. When back to the locker room pop back in came back onto the court to help the Celtics with game. Time is pad. Rajon Rondo expired the crowd rare Boston. We've seen it time and time again in his career in these big moments, it's not superhuman. But when you take a player who is seen as a high level, but not superstar player can a hitting that superstar switch when the playoffs come then obviously a legend starts to grow. And for him did have another injury right when the Lakers were expecting to get him at his best was extremely frustrating. But the timing actually ended up working out he made it back for the second round series against the rockets and as we've seen was really no worse for the wear the Lakers got blown out by the rockets in game one. They're all going to be in a good mood tonight as the Houston Rockets when it one twelve to ninety seven. But after that, they rattled off four straight wins how much credit do you think Rondo deserves further taking that series. So easily I think you could make an argument that without Rajon Rondo certainly that the Lakers wouldn't have off the next four wins, but he was instrumental in games two and three and four also, but specifically games two and three with his performance in the fourth quarter game too. He knocked down a late jump shot to kind of hold off the rockets and what was a close game Rondo two. Point jump shot that's Rajon Rondo with a bucket right there ten points nine assists for Rondo and then engaged three. He was actually the guy who is Lebron James on the bench to start the fourth quarter in what was a close game at the start of that period he either scored or assisted on Lakers I eight possessions of that quarter to help kind of turn what had been another tight close game into a rout for the Lakers. Rondo. He'll three and Rondo hits another one largest laker lead tonight Rondo has. Been Spectacular and a nice Lee for Kuzma. This is sort of how his reputation has been built. But this also is kind of out of line with the way he's played for the Lakers over his first two years. He hasn't been the guy who has come up in the big moments or been clutch. You've seen the decline of a player who's in his mid thirties and has been in the League for fourteen years, but there has always been this belief from the Lakers that when the playoffs come that he. Would step up and have those sort of vintage Rondo performances and so what you saw was sort of this return to form that the Lakers have always promised would be there and you saw not only offensively. But also defensively when Houston started to make runs, it was Rajon Rondo who was picking up James Harden full court and pestering him into turnovers they double team Arden and get a steal and another round of bucket. That's a ten old laker run hard was trying to go behind the back Rondo was right there. In both game two in game three second-half possessions where rondos picking up James Harden. The former MVP of the league, hounding him into a turnover, taking his pocket and going the other way for layup that completely shifted momentum and those both are Lakers win. So when you look at what Rondo did in those two games, I, think you could easily say that the Lakers could have been down two. Oh, two one in the series instead of kind of romping to a five game series victory.
"rozan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"rozan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Kept telling knew that she's not as vice she's. Three weeks. Typical forty weeks long the baby was just eight point six ounces when she was born in December. But she's been growing stronger ever since she's going home, healthy, five pound, baby. That is amazing five sports with Mike Reiss, something, I've noticed with the Rockies and they've been talking about it. He talked about this as well. They are developing depth and they've got some pretty good depth. That looks like yeah. They're coming along. There's no doubt Jeff hop and turned in a good outing. And if he can continue to do that, that would certainly help with some of the struggles and injuries. They've had in the rotation. Bottom line, a third straight win over the D-Backs five four the final at twentieth. And Blake Brendan Rodgers two run single the put the Rockies on top for good in a three run. Fourth inning Hoffman helped himself with an R B I on a push punt in that fourth and on the bump not too bad. Five innings three runs allowed seven hits. He walked just two and struck out six then bud blacks bullpen allowed only a run on four hits over the final four innings. Bullpen plays a big part in any team success. It's going to continue, you know for for all teams this year, you know, bullpen bullpen success. You know, I think the last couple weeks, you know, we've, we've done overall good work. Out of the pen. I think overall all year. We've done good work out of the Rockies. Go for the four-game sweep today. Freeland against Clark our coverage starts at twelve thirty on KOA Broncos cornerback Chris Harris junior in the fold officially now signed his new one year reworked contract were just over twelve million about a three million dollar raise from what he was scheduled to earn Harris junior Rozan Lewis and Logan yesterday afternoon on KOA instead he's healthy and working very hard to keep playing at a high level. Mobility. Get out the brakes and things like that. They take care of the body as good as we. So I'm on vested in football on on myself to be able to contain to play at a high level Harris junior was it? Oh TA's yesterday. Practice again today for the Broncos Stanley Cup finals. Now one one Saint Louis wins in Boston. Three two in overtime. Carl Gunnarsson scored the game winner first game. We were happy today. We came fine. Played a great game for sixty plus minutes. And that's just much as the team are we come back like that. We never give up and yeah, just for me to put it in there and get get the winner. It's just a great feeling. Step first Stanley Cup finals win.
"rozan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Salary cat in the NBA. You don't need a draft. Right. Because the team that has the most money that year. Could make the biggest offer you just have to make sure you have a floor to a salary caps. More exactly. I saw some of these teams out there that would spend as little as possible. They already are doing it. And we don't have to go through I will bar everyone again with the history of the draft. I in the NFL nineteen thirty eight George Halas in collusion called up the other. I think it was eighteen league or ten team league. NFL nineteen thirty seven and the number one college player out there. The name happened to be Jay Berwanger old Chicago people from your university of Chicago the Maroons team back then he wanted very first Heisman Trophy. Exactly. Thank you. Anyway, every team the ten teams all wanted. Jay, berlin. Jay. The eagles call. We'll give you ten grand. And then Washington Redskins at twelve grand. And then in New York. Brooklyn giants. They were called. We'll give you a fourteen and Halis called up. All the other owners are we were bidding against ourselves collusion. I didn't know what the timer. Who cares? So and said, let's have a draft. Name out of the hat that way. Only one team the guy can only talk to one team take it or leave it, right? So the eagles pulled number one out of the hat and called Berwanger. So we'll give you ten grand is got a blank any. I'd never played football in the NFL started a big gap career Rozan, I believe in plastics before it's early days, a graduate graduate. Eric has no idea what we're talking about. I love the graduate. There you go. Past. Plastics. Yes. I absolutely love that movie. I took a college course, I'm from graffiti, and we did a lot on the graduate. Yeah. Cool who says you don't learn anything college, Catherine Rossa that look easy on the eyes. Back in the day. No comment from someone might be listening..
"rozan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In Atlanta. Hawks up by five trae behind the fray drive Craig goes. Trae young. Trae young has twenty one points. He got fouled by the great. Lebron trae young finishes with twenty two points and fourteen assists to seventeenth double double ninety two nine the game with the call hawks a four point win over the Lakers won seventeen thirteen in the laws. Lebron James with a triple double in a season, high forty three minutes, he ties Wilt Chamberlain for fifth all-time with seventy eight career triple doubles. But the Lakers are twenty eight and twenty nine this season. First time LeBron team has had a losing record at least forty games into a season since two thousand three LeBron's rookie season ESPN Lakers border date. Mcmenamin? It starts with the defense. You know, you think about this trip the way it ended. They have that incredible comeback in Boston. The game winner from Rozan Rondo they followed it up in Philadelphia by allowing the Sixers scores seventy plus points in the first half. Then they complained Atlanta team that's twenty games under five hundred. And what do you do? Allow them to score sixty five points in the first half. And so you're playing from behind you don't give yourself a margin for error when you come down to the fourth quarter. It's a three percents in ballgame. Halfway through down seven points. They go eight straight possessions without scoring. It's turnovers. Mislaid dismiss wide open threes..
"rozan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Rozan is Monday. The fourth of February is always to have your long everybody. The state of the union is tomorrow night there may or may not be another government shutdown in eleven days, but for at least one member of congress. The trade war is still front and center Republican congresswoman Jackie walorski represents Indiana's second congressional district. They big center for manufacturing in this country and this economy and so hit hard by the president's steel and aluminum tariffs. So she's been keeping a Kiai on the tariff exemption process, the department of commerce setup low these many months ago, that's why we talked to her back in August. And it's why we got her back on the phone today. Congressman welcome to the program, ma'am. Thank you so much. I appreciate the call. Let me first of all get the get the trade vibe from the Indiana second. What's what's the word from back home? Well, you know, I think we've made some progress on I think we have a long way to go. I, you know, I'm gonna stay very, you know, paying attention to every detail here and continuing to fight for fairness when it comes to trade where we're going where we've come from. And kind of like what's ahead. I support the president. And I think what he's doing is valid I just think there's times when we've got a really make sure that we're providing the oversight that's needed in things like holding the Commerce Department's feet to the fire with exclusion processes rebuttals, and those kinds of things that we've been able to accomplish I do think there have been some bumps along the way. And that's what we're paying attention to is if somebody gets in trouble because there's no supply there shouldn't be penalized. We should fix it and move on. Let me ask you about the Commerce Department. First of all, there's a bunch of things I want to talk about let's talk about commerce, and the exclusions that is, you know, the way American companies can get some of the stuff they need if they're incoming products are tariffs you've been doing a lot of work on this. Your office has your chief of staff has argue satisfied that first of all the exclusion or the exemption process for these tariffs. Is robust enough for what's going on? And how worried are you about these new tariffs conceivably coming on the second of March if the president and presidency of China don't come to some kind of deal? Yeah. That's continued to be an issue and from the beginning of this. There's been companies waiting almost three hundred days for an answer when they've gone through the current process that commerce uses we've been involved, my office and myself in straightening that out and finding a much fairer clearer less burdensome way to do this. But you know, the frustration tends to be growing and we're doing our job. We're taking information from around the country and really being a mouthpiece for the nation right now, sending out a newsletter people really want to dig in the weeds here, and it's really been an educational piece to help people be able to survive this. So I'll tell you we were talking to a guy, and I can't remember where he was. But he was definitely not in the Indiana's second congressional district. He was he was quite a ways away..
"rozan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Is. Localized in a little more private Mike is going to each HR. You go to the systems the small powers that be. They're not small, but the localized powers that be that you think will be able to effect immediate change. As we've already discussed your often left wondering if any change occurs. You're also often silenced. The other path is public and whether you move forward on a private pather public path. It's doubles trade. And I think when you're positioned publicly, it's very difficult to conceive just to conceive of just how high the cost of courage is and just how literal the tax on integrity is. Thinking about my own experience. The time that the you know, when the New York Times that I published future. My name my memo. I was still handcuffed by various strict gender and disclosure nondisclosure agreement which said, I guess it's a nondisclosure. Yeah. I had a nondisclosure agreement which restricted me from talking about. Experiences or my memo knowledge about it. And. You know? So I remember in the lead up to the New York Times article publishing that featured my name and my memo sitting for an hour and a half in a Walgreens parking lot with a burner phone crying because I couldn't figure out how to call mom and dad back on the east coast is living in LA at the time. And tell them that their daughter was going to end up likely going to end up in a newspaper and a major article about sexual assault sexual harassment tied to a very powerful, man. I couldn't I mean because I was too scared to say anything. You know? There was just such a clear demarcation point of life before and life after I mean, one of the most trivial examples, and yeah. Something really lasting to silly one. Like, grilled cheeses, my favorite food. And I you know, when the article published I was at work, I was downstairs getting a grilled cheese sandwich and the cop. The timing took me by I had no idea the articles publishing that day. No idea when it was publishing. And some standing there waiting for my food, and I black out. And it was the smell of the grilled cheese. That actually brought me back to my senses. Kenny grilled cheese anymore, and it's it's such a silly thing. But that's it. It's it's it's things that trivial change and then on a larger level. They're really they're practical impacts. You know, when we talk about cost and tax those are real things. People often ask me did Harvey retaliate. And I've read in papers that there was someone following me since two thousand sixteen who knows? I read in another newspaper that just to say what you're referring to at least. According to untouchable, the stock that Weinstein and pieces written in the New Yorker, and in the New York Times, this is rarely company black cube that Harvey Weinstein employed that used former Israeli Mossad agents to investigate people like Rozan Arquette and others. Yeah. Could be had been on that. There is a guardian report that suggested I was and, but what's funny is when we talk about retaliation even with all that in the mix Harvey is not come after me financially. He is not come after me legally. And yet I still have hundreds of thousands of dollars in bills that I cannot pay why from the last year and a half. You know, there are a lot of legal situations surrounding this. Because of the many women who have come. Yes. Yes. Required. Participation or support legal support on my end. And then there's also there's therapy. You know, I think when you go through trauma therapy is crucial both in weathering it and in recovering from it. Those bills are expensive. I mean, where is it today blown through my entire savings and a year and a half. I am in debt. I haven't really figured out past next month. How I am going to pay for therapy. And I'm employed full time job, you know. It's. There's a real literal costs all of this. And then there's a very personal cost. You know, there's there's a personal cost. When you're positioned publicly, whether you choose to go public or are made public. Regardless of whether you do or don't have power platform. You are there after defined by a single instant you are called at victim or survivor. You are called a whistle blower or complicit you have to then operate through the rest of your life. Every every time you walk into a room you whether it's a business meeting a first date or making a new friend. You have to assume that that that one moment of time in your life precedes, you that someone has already decided who you are. And it's ironic we're in a moment right now that is about..
"rozan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Where you know, the the people that were involved in those that you spoke about that have been educated or lived here in the west for long periods of time. You know, they were they were responding to what they saw as a imperial situation. Right where America had kind of taken too much influence within Iran, and the show was was too much of a lapdog to to western well to Washington. As you know. I mean in the early months of that revolution. And right up till the end there were a lot of groups vying for influence and power, and it was not a Islamic revolution. Islamic Republic was born out of that that revolution. But it wasn't an Islamic revolution on its face. It was an anti imperial revolution. And these ruthless. Brutal theocratic were the ones that one. And I think that that notion that you know, we should send people out into the world and pick up an understanding of how the rest of the world works is one. That's at great odds within the system. I mean, I think there's there's two camps. There's the camp that wants to see Iran as a society that's closed off and. Self contained almost that doesn't need other other countries and doesn't need relations with with the rest of the world to to thrive. And then there's the other camp that sees the need to not only engage with with other countries, politically, and you know for. Security and strategic purposes, but also the need for for economic interaction and the flow of people and information, and I think that this is the great, you know, people talk about moderates and hardliners in Iran all the time. There are no jeffersonian Democrats in the Iranian power system. It's not part of the establishment there to be seeking secular values at this point. It's an Islamic system. It's an Islamic system with sets of people who wanna see closed off from the rest of the world and sets of people who realized that for its survival. It can't be closed off from the rest of the world. And that's what the the great debate in. Iran has been over for the past twenty years. We've been hearing from Washington Post journalist, Jason Rozan, he was imprisoned while reporting in Iran after the break, we'll discuss his part in the Iran nuclear deal, and the role of journalism and defending democracy. Former Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz is considering a twenty twenty White House run as an independent candidate. Because the American people are exhausted their trust has been broken. And they are looking for a better choice. Democrats say that would backfire essentially it would provide Donald Trump with his.
"rozan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Professor, Steven Levitsky. And Daniel z bland answer. The question we never thought we'd be asking is aren't democracy. Endanger now available in paperback. In Los Angeles. I'm kai. Rozan is Friday today. The eleventh of January is always to have you along everybody three weeks. As of today is where we are with eight hundred thousand people in this economy, either locked out of their jobs or being forced to work without pay. It is a grand you kind of a Downer place to start. But it is what we've got k Davidson to the Wall Street Journal Sudi Brady's at political. They are both politico rather they are both in our bureau in Washington DC. Hey, everybody, take care. Let me start with you. And and I'm going to start with a completely subjective question. And it goes like, this, do you suppose, there's an amount of economic pain either personal or macroeconomic pain that will bring this shut down to a close who that's a tough question happy. We're we're we're I think we're about to find out. So as you pointed out, the shutdowns been going on for three weeks, but today is actually the day that federal workers are supposed to get paid. So this is the first missed paycheck if they have direct deposit, if they get a pay an actual physical paycheck might be over the course of the next few days. But generally speaking a lot of people are now going to experience starting today. What life is like without on this money that they depend on. So we will start to see I think the the economic effects on a smaller scale the longer the shutdown continues. Of course, the the more widespread those affects will be on the economy. So I don't know, you know, there's the IRS if they pay out refunds that was one big question. That's another way that this is affecting a lot more people. So so it remains to be seen. But certainly the longer it goes on. I think the harder it will be for lawmakers to be able to justify and rationalize this. Let me ask you for variation on that question, which is does anybody care that all these people are being hurt. I think we're going to see the Republican lawmakers who were standing with President Trump start. To fall away from him. They're going to see that their constituents are not getting their paychecks and are having extreme angst in their own households in their communities. They're gonna find that businesses that rely on the government rely on government workers around. These communities are getting hit that is real pain that will be remembered in the next election. And so they know that that's a problem, and they don't want to hit them right now. Most of the political damage is hitting President Trump, and I don't see a whole lot of signs that he is moved by this all that much. But individual lawmakers will be Kate. I will note here that the consumer price index came out today from the good people at the bureau of labor statistics, which is still open and funded cornflakes to put two percent right about word span. And and it's a good number. The question though, is as various parts of the government shutdown to the prior point about macroeconomic pain. Are we losing the ability to measure parts of this economy? Yeah. Absolutely. I think later this month or supposed to get reports on GDP on retail sales. And those are reports that are produced by the Commerce Department, which is not funded right now, they're not putting out that information and me heard the fed chairman yesterday Jerome Powell say that the longer this continues, the less clear picture policymakers have and obviously right now is a very sensitive time for the economy. Have markets have been you know, in turmoil. The fed is trying to distinguish I think markets themselves are trying to distinguish is this is this because there's underlying problem with the economy. Does it have more to do with trade tensions, or you know, these factors that could be could be temporary? And they are looking at this data the fed to determine, you know, whether to raise interest rates, they really depend on it. And if they don't have leaders of month that will really complicate things we did a little montage yesterday of the fed chairman, you know, in his first like five minutes or so using the words using. Word patient, right? He's ready to be patient five times. He wants to make sure that that Wall Street and the markets understand that the fed now gets it. Yeah. Yeah. He could have just said, please don't freak out. Please. Paid money to see that man. Yeah. That's exactly what they did for weeks. The fed chair has been trying to get interest rates back to a somewhat normal level. And we're still pretty far from that. He's trying and trying to do what a lot of people had been screaming about for a decade, and he gets close to it and markets freak out. They have their tantrum. We had a a taper tantrum. Five years old. This this tantrum with markets. And it's it's the kind of thing that ends up. Really wearing on fed chairs. They don't want to be responsible for the market crash. They're they're happy to let someone else like the president take responsibility for that. And in this case, the fed chairman is like, hey, where we hear you were gonna be calm about it. We want to see the data, obviously, they can't see all the economic data right now. But they want to see the data and with the day to do the job of freaking out markets down the road. And she gets ironic because this fed chairman has tried so hard to be playing swing on. And it just seems to not be working out. Well, I should say here, by the way. I misspoke yesterday he was at the economic club of Washington, a New York. So there's that, but one of the other things she talked about Kate was the global economy and how he's keeping an eye on that. So gimme thirty seconds. And then you get the same question. What's the bigger worry right now, the global economy, which I think is probably a synonym for China right now or what's going on here. Well, it's a good question. I think it's hard to know. I mean, certainly Jay Powell he mentioned China and the slowdown there. But he also mentioned will he mentioned the trade tensions which again are related to attack China. But I think that this fiscal uncertainty is fueling some of it. The the tweets from the president. I don't think are helping of course, Jay Powell isn't gonna go anywhere near that knockabout really talk about the president. But. But I I do think that that the uncertainty is our sir pilot piling up for the fed, and if you're sitting in his chair as worrying the job where you have to worry all day long trying to figure out what's gonna knock you off. Course, you're sitting there thinking we are almost ten years into an economic expansion. There's likely going to be a shock that knocks. Off course, what's it going to be going to be blamed for it? And can I do anything to prevent it? And there's not a lot if it's global issue, and all you can try to do is prevent it from happening from within to whatever extent he can. But it's got to be nerve wracking when you see all the risks overseas. And and some mounting here at home to be wondering, whether there's anything you can do to to keep this expansion going a lot longer than most people think it should sediba ready from politico. Brightening up your Friday. Kate Davidson of the Wall Street Journal, thanks you too. Thanks, guys. Weekend. Wall Street on this Friday, by the way down but barely and kind of a calm down as well. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. General Motors made a big announcement back in November. You might remember said.
"rozan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Professor. Steven Levitsky Daniels e bland answer the question, we never thought we'd be asking is our moxie endanger now available in paperback. In Los Angeles. I'm Carl Rozan is Friday today, the eleventh of January good as always to have you along everybody three weeks. As of today is where we are with eight hundred thousand people in this economy, either locked out of their jobs or being forced to work without pay. It is a grand you kind of a Downer place to start. But it is what we've got k Davidson to the Wall Street Journal Sudi Brady's at political. They are politico rather they are both in our bureau in Washington DC, everybody. Hey K. Let me start with you. And and I'm going to start with a completely subjective question. And it goes like, this, do you suppose, there's an amount of economic pain either personal or macroeconomic pain that will bring this shut down to a close. Ooh, that's a tough question. We're we're I think we're about to find out. So as you pointed out, the shutdowns been going on for three weeks, but today is actually the day that federal workers are supposed to get paid. So this is the first missed paycheck if they have direct deposit, if they get a pay an actual physical paycheck might be over the course of the next few days. But generally speaking a lot of people are now going to experience starting today. What life is like without on this money that they depend on. So we will start to see I think the the economic effects on our smaller scale the longer the shutdown continues. Of course, the the more widespread those effects will be on the economy. So I don't know, you know, there's the IRS if they pay out refunds that was one big question. That's another way that this is affecting a lot more people. So so it remains to be seen. But certainly the longer it goes on. I think the harder it will be for lawmakers to be able to justify and rationalize. Let me ask you for variation on that question, which is does anybody care that all these people are being hurt. I think we're going to see the Republican lawmakers who are standing with President Trump start to fall away from him. They're going to see that their constituents are not getting their paychecks and are having extreme angst in their own households in their communities. They're gonna find that businesses that rely on the government relying government workers around these communities are getting hit that is real pain that will be remembered in the next election. And so they know that that's a problem, and they don't want it to hit them right now. Most of the political damage is hitting President Trump, and I don't see a whole lot of signs that he is moved by this all that much. But individual lawmakers will be Kate. I will note here that the consumer price index came out today from the good people at the bureau of labor statistics, which is still open and funded cornflakes to poor two percent right about word span. And and it's a good number. The question though, is as various parts of the government or shut down to the prior point about. Macroeconomic pain. Are we losing the ability to measure parts of this comedy? Yeah. Absolutely. I think later this month or supposed to get reports on GDP on retail sales. And those are reports that are produced by the Commerce Department, which is not funded right now, they're not putting out that information and me here. The fed chairman yesterday Jerome Powell say that the longer this continues, the less clear picture policymakers have and obviously right now is a very sensitive time for the economy have markets have been in turmoil. The fed is trying to distinguish I think markets themselves are trying to distinguish is this is this because there's an underlying problem with the economy. Does it have more to do with trade tensions or these factors that could be could be temporary? And they are looking at this data the fed to determine whether to raise interest rates have they really depend on it. And if they don't have leaders of smart that will really complicate things we did a little montage yesterday of the fed chairman, you know, in his first like five minutes or so using the words using the. The word patient, right? He's ready to be patient five times. He wants to make sure that that Wall Street and the markets understand that the fed now gets it. Yeah. Yeah. He could have just said, please don't freak out. Yes. To see that man. Exactly what they did for weeks. The fed chair has been trying to get interest rates back to a somewhat normal level. And we're still pretty far from that. He's trying and trying to do what a lot of people had been screaming about for a decade, and he gets close to it and markets freak out. They have their tantrum. We had a a taper tantrum five years this this this tantrum with markets. And it's it's the kind of thing that ends up. Really wearing on fed chairs. They don't wanna be responsible for the market crash. They're they're happy to let someone else like the president take responsibility for that. And in this case, this fed chairman is like, hey, where we hear you were gonna be calm about it. We want to see the data, obviously, they can't see all the economic data right now. But they want to see the data and with the day to do the job of freaking out markets down the road. She gets ironic because this fed chairman has tried so hard to be planes, and it just seems to not be working out. Well, I should say here, by the way. I misspoke yesterday he was at the economic club of Washington, a New York. So there's that, but one of the other things she talked about was the global economy and how he's keeping an eye on that. So gimme thirty seconds. And then you get the same question. What's the bigger worry right now, the global economy, which I think is probably a synonym for China right now or what's going on here. Well, that's a good question. I think it's it's hard to know. I mean, certainly Jay Powell he mentioned China and the slowdown there. But he also mentioned will he mentioned the trade tensions which again related to what's happening with China that I think that this fiscal uncertainty is fueling some of it. The the the tweets from the president. I don't think are helping of course, Jay pal isn't gonna go anywhere near that. In knockabout, really talk about the president. But, but I do, but I do think that that the uncertainties are sir pilot maybe piling up for the fed if you're sitting in his chair as worrying job where you have to worry all day long trying to figure out what's gonna knock you off. Course, you're sitting there thinking we are almost ten years into an economic expansion. There's likely going to be a shock that knocks. Off course what's going to be at am. I going to be blamed for it. And can I do anything to prevent it? And there's not a lot do if it's a global issue, and all you can try to do is prevent it from happening from within. To whatever extent he can. But it's gotta be nerve wracking when you see all the risks overseas. And and some mounting here at home to be wondering, whether there's anything you can do to keep this expansion going a lot longer than most people think it should celebrity from politico. Brightening up your Friday. Kate Davidson of the Wall Street Journal, thanks you too. Thanks enjoy your weekend. Wall Street on this Friday by the way down but barely in kind of a calm down as well. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. General Motors made a big announcement back in November. You.
"rozan" Discussed on Cold
"Josh Powell loaded his sons, Charlie and Brayden into their car seats on Saturday, December nineteenth of two thousand and nine. He was leaving west valley City Utah for his dad's house on the outskirts of Puyallup, Washington, his wife Susan had been missing for twelve days. LS Maxwell west valley city's lead detective on the case was powerless to keep joshing Utah. It was frustrating at the most because. Is a crime ever investigating here. And. The individuals that were really focusing on is now leaving the state and going twelve hours away on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Josh dropped the boys with Susan's parents each time. He refused to even set foot inside his in laws home Susan's, dad. Chuck Cox had suspected from the beginning. The Josh was responsible for his daughter's disappearance say for other than what did you do? You creep. You know, you'd better get her. You'd better find fighter shows where she is. Free her from wherever you have stashed or whatever he done between Christmas and New Year's west valley. Police learned about Joshua's request to withdraw Susan's retirement using the power of attorney. She had signed earlier that year. They couldn't stop the distribution. The paperwork was airtight. But the start of the new year Ellis learned Josh did not intend to come back. He was moving away from west valley permanently. It was surprising to us. But it wasn't. Remember police had been keeping close tabs on Josh's movements, including using a GPS tracker Rozan we're following him or doing everything that we can to see if we pick up on any cues, and he'll kind of. Screw up somewhere. He'll be like. Okay there. It is. Or you know and build a locator word of Josh's arrival spread quickly among the community. In Puyallup, didn't take long for Josh to kind of ruffled the waters up there. And you know, when people start learning that he was in the area and the kids were coming to church or whatnot. You know, it caused some concern and rightfully so because I think everybody wanted to see an end in this investigation. Probably want to see him sitting in jail. And then obviously Susan to be found..
"rozan" Discussed on The Slowdown
"I'm US poet laureate, Tracy case Smith, and this is the slowdown. Generosity is a concept. I think about often in relation to poetry what do poems give and how can they go about offering more than the bare minimum more than might be expected. I'm not just talking about. Wow, ING the reader with beautiful or vivid language, but rather a willingness to think about what is at stake and to push past what is merely safe to really and truly dwell for a while in the heart or the meat of the matter the place in the poem where actual need sets. I'm about to read you one of the most generous poems. I know if every poem is a house than this poet are Sally's gourmet welcomes you into hers opening doors to all the unexpected beautiful rooms, the poem gives you sucker restores you from the long and arduous journey. You did not know you had taken. On kindness by our Sally's, GRA my. After nauseam Hake met for and after Rozan. At the Detroit metro airport with the turtle hours to spare between now and my flight. There is such a thing as the kindness of the conveyor belt who lends me. It's slow strange mollusc foot as I stand quiet exhausted. Having been alone in my bed for days now sleeping in hotels. Having spent months now without seeing the faces of my family, somehow, it's slow and quiet carrying the load reminds me of the kindness of donkeys, and this kindness returns me to myself. It reminds me of the kindness of other things I love like the kindness of sisters who send mail wherever you are. And speaking of mail, there is the special kindness of the mail lady. Who says hi baby do everyone. At first I thought it was just me. But now, I know she says hi baby to everyone. That is kindness to there is the kindness of windows and of dogs. And then there was that extraordinary Sunday back at the house. I heard a woman screaming about how she was lonely and so lonely. She didn't know what she'd do maybe kill herself. She said over and over like a parrot in a cage a parrot who's human parent. Only taught it that one sentence. I looked out the window and saw her from behind the way, she flung her arms like she was desperate and being killed or eaten by an invisible. Predator. Like tiger or a lion in the chest. And her voice seemed fogged out with methadone. I dunno something and I walked away from the window and sat angry with her for screaming and sad and not long after I heard her saying, what did you say what you say to me and a man's voice low. I could not tell if it was kind and she said I'll kill myself. I'm so lonely, and did I tell you yet that it was mother's day flowers and mothers flowers and mothers all day long. And the woman saying, I'm so lonely. I could kill myself, and then quiet and the man's voice saying. It's okay. It's okay. I love you. It's okay. And this made me get up put my face again to the window to see my landlords nephew outside. Just hugging her. So as if it were his mother, I mean as if he belonged to her, and then again, quiet, I left the window but sat in the silence of the house hidden, by shutters. And was amazed when the front door of the Brownstone opened up and let the tall nephew in with his sad and cougar is handsome and tall in his Carolina Brooklyn swagger. I heard him start to climb the stairs above me, and my own hand opened up my own front door, and though it was none of my business. I asked him do, you know that woman out there, and do you know, what happened next? He said, no the nephew said. No, he didn't know the woman out there. And he told me happy mother's day as he climbed the rest of the stairs. And I can't stop seeing them hugging on the street under trees it was spring, but cold and sometimes in the memory his head is touching hers. And sometimes in the memory his eyes are closed, and sometimes she is holding him and singing to him. I love you. It's okay..
Disney, President and Abc discussed on Global News Podcast
"Owner disney the roseanne reboot was praised by the president and watched by an average of eighteen million viewers per episode a second series was to have been the centerpiece of abc's awesome shedule with that plan on rozan bars career in ruins the comedian tried to blame a popular sleep medication saying she had been ambien tweeting at two am in reply the drug's manufacturer said son donald cly racism is not a known side effect of our medication james cook the world's first artificial corneas manufactured using a three d printer have been developed by scientists at newcastle university in the north of england biological materials could be turned into a cornea in just ten minutes our health correspondent james gallagher tells us more the cornea is the transparent outer layer of the eye but it can be damaged by disease and result in blindness the hope of this research is an unlimited supply of corneas for transplant the team in newcastle have created a biological inc it's made of the living cells normally found in the cornea and the gel to hold them in place it's a scientific version of fruit suspended in jelly the jails made from collagen which is found in your skin and a seaweed protein called alginate don't just scan the patient's i and then printed layer by layer a new konia there was the right size and shape how did this is a feat of technical wizardry not a new treatment the prince konia has not been tested people and questions about safety endure bility have not been answered but the study is the latest window onto a potential new field of medicine printing replacement body parts the world's largest known freshwater pearl which once belonged to catherine the great is going on sale in the netherlands the parole is renowned for its irregular shape and remarkable three hundred year history during which it changed hands between colonial merchants noble jewelers and european.
China files complaint over US tariff measures
"The judge adjourned the case to the eighth of june china says it's prepared to pay any price to ensure it doesn't lose out in possible trade war with the united states rubbing brands reports from shanghai in a matter of just days the tension has risen rapidly between the us and china on thursday president trump signaled that he would consider a fresh round of tariffs to hit one hundred billion dollars worth of trade from china now beijing has made it clear it's will not back down the ministry of commerce said it will meet us measures until the end and it is willing to pay any price a statement released on friday said china will definitely give resolute counterattack neither side has yet implemented these punitive measures the us is looking to do that by the end of may the malaysian prime minister najib rozan has announced the dissolution of parliament paving the way for an early general election he's expected to face a challenge from his former mentor mahathir muhammad who is ninety three polling must take place within sixty days the next commission will announce the date of the poll following a meeting within a week you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc russia's media regulator ross comrades aw has asked the court in moscow to block the encrypted messaging service telegram the regulator said telegram had ignored itself tomato to hand over the encryption keys to the fsp russia's main security agency telegrams found up how door of has said the fsb's demand to monitor us as messages runs counter to the constitutional guarantee of privacy britain's american and european allies the united nations have helped to defeat a russian call for joining query into the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in the uk in an angry security council debate russia accused britain of playing with fire by blaming moscow for the nerve agent attack on sergei and yulia scruple in salisbury britain's said it would not take lectures on morality from country which had blocked investigations into the use of chemical weapons in syria new research you don't australia shows that almost half the servicemen and women who have left the armed forces in the past five years have a mental disorder the survey has been described as the.