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Fresh update on "russell" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Think red and now to Frank Hanrahan, DC, not and kicking off its major league soccer season with a victory in front of Ah capacity 4500 fans. That out the field as DC United wins 2 to 1 beautiful goals from Brandon, Heinz, Ike and Russell Canals in the first half. In fact, these he was down one zip, but come back and get the victory 2 to 1. So D C off on the right boot with the victory in its home opener against New York FC 2 to 1 wizard trying to close out the Detroit Pistons. It looks like they're going to do that. Late in the fourth. It is all Wizards now. 1 10 89 lead over the Detroit Pistons. Another triple double for Russell Westbrook, 13 points, 11 assists. 14 rebounds. Bradley Beale's got 35 points to lead the way for the Wizards who look like they are going to win their fourth in a row and that spark nationals were winners over the Arizona Diamondbacks. 6 to 2 Eric Freddie went five innings, struck out nine homers from Ryan Zimmerman. Yon gums a natural look for three straight on son. The afternoon against the D backs at Sanat Spark capitals skating by the Flyers 63 Alexander Ovechkin a couple goals, capture and run around, They face the Bruins in Boston tomorrow matinee. Frank and ran to be T OBY Sports. Thank you, Frank Coming up after traffic and weather, a new mass vaccination site for Northern Virginia. It's 10 17 here that that's the sound of a family of.
Russell Wilson to Co-Host Vaccination Special With Obama and Biden
"Are teaming up for a TV special about Corona virus vaccines. President Biden, former president Obama, Michelle Obama and several celebrities are taking part in roll up your sleeves this Sunday on NBC. Its goal is to educate viewers raise awareness and address concerns surrounding the code 19 vaccines. That's Mark Mayfield reporting and that roll up your sleeve special he was talking about that's going to be hosted by the Seahawks own Russell Wilson.
Fresh update on "russell" discussed on ESPN Radio
"The Celtics trailed by as much as 16 in the first after they closed the first half on a 10 to 1. Now lead the Warriors. 71 68 9 minutes left in the third quarter on ABC and ESPN Radio BOSTON Entering on a five game winning streak. Golden State's won four straight Jason Tatum leading away from the something from 25, Steph Curry as 22. Russell Westbrook has his 25th triple double of the season. 13 14 12 Bradley Beal has 30 points. Wizards hammering the Pistons, 184 4th quarter in DC Bulls. Look, Mandy five games slide and fighting. One of those playing games spots did the Cavs 96 90 in the fourth quarter, Lakers beat the Jazz 1 27. 1, 15 and overtime on the baseball scoreboard doubleheader Colorado, The Rockies lead the Mets 3 to 2 in the fifth inning of game to Game one. Let's take it 43 B I. Jacob Grand. It's his first win of the season. No or in one's 14 strikeouts over six innings and struck out nine straight at one point in the wind the ground with the media as that wind Serious is you're going through that run of nine strikes in a row. How where you are of what the number is. And if you even knew what the record was, actually, I didn't know how many I had in a row and You'll have to tell me what the record is. So it Z 10 is attend Tom Seaver. Yeah, well, I would have been nice to reach but fell a little short. Jacob deGrom, dominant again for the Mets, and that when Dodgers Padres big matchup Squirrel is fifth and San Diego Hey, it's greenie back.
Jackson's jumper gives Clippers 100-98 win over Pistons
"Reggie Jackson sank a jumper with two point three seconds left against his former team giving the clippers their seventh straight victory one hundred ninety eight over the pistons they will be using our product when Russell's Russell measured them yeah but we'll move on to some strong words the clippers rallied from an eleven point deficit in the fourth quarter despite playing without Kawhi Leonard Paul George Serge Ibaka Patrick Beverley and Marcus Morris Jackson finished with twenty nine points and expressed in Lucan art had seventeen with ten rebounds the clippers trail by five in the final minute but Terrence Mann made it ninety eight ninety five with a dunk and Jackson connected from three point range to tie it with nineteen seconds left I'm Dave very
Fresh update on "russell" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Think red. 9 15 the update now. Frank Hanrahan Wizards looking pretty good at the break leading Detroit 61 50 fives. They're trying to make it four wins in a row as Russell Westbrook looking to start another streak of triple doubles well on his way. He's got seven points already. 10 rebounds and 10 assists halftime, So it's just three points shy of a triple double. For Russell Westbrook Bradley deal He's got 19 points to lead the way for the Wiz again up 61 55 against Detroit at halftime at Capital One arena, meantime, and how they feel. D C United was down one zip to New York FC, but then some blistering goals. Beautiful goals. In fact, Russell canals and Brandon Hines like it's going for D. C. United up 2 to 1 over New York FC at halftime at Audi Field earlier, just a hop skip and a jump at Nats Park Nationals. They were winners over the Arizona Diamondbacks. 62 Eric Freddie struck out 9/5 homers from Ryan Zimmerman and Yon Gomez Nats of 12 straight. They go for three in a row tomorrow against Arizona Capitals double up the Flyers 6 to 3 over. He had two goals for the Capitals, who have a quick turn around and face Boston tomorrow in a matinee. Frank and ran. W c o p sports coming up after traffic and weather a man suspected of shooting two women to death in D. C earlier this week and now in police custody tonight, the very latest next 9 16, now in Washington. Soon we will be back in the world and smiling, overcome.
Severe Weather Causes Damage in Florida’s Panhandle
"And deadly storms hitting several Southern states Yesterday, or CBS is Michael George, Florida's hand handle the storm system hit Pensacola. Sheets of rain and high winds pounded the city reportedly tearing the roof off of the downtown brewery and severe weather prompted an evacuation Saturday at the Tampa Stadium hosting Russell Mania of the National Weather Service has not made any official confirmation as to whether That weather in Pensacola was caused by a tornado. But they did say reports of up to 60 MPH were reported.
How Is the First Quarter Looking for Investors?
"What else in. The first quarter just ended guests. We're already twenty five percent. Third twenty twenty one and i thought we take a look and see how this year is shaping up for investors and so far. It's a pretty good one well depending on what you're investing so the quarter ended on march thirty first as it always does for the first quarter so all the numbers. I'm going to provide our as of that date things along. Donald look a little different by the time he listen to this but i think the general themes will likely remain more of those teams. Is that all of the major indexes are near at all time highs just awfully nice but still some types of stocks are doing better than others so the s p five hundred is up six point five percent for the year and considering that it's historical average is about ten percent over the course of a whole year turning almost seven percent for the first three months is pretty darn good now. The nasdaq which has outperformed the s. and p. five hundred every calendar year since two thousand and sixteen is not doing quite as well in fact. The nasdaq was actually up. Just one point three percent for the year. As of march thirtieth but then surged on the last day of march one and a half percent bringing its first quarter performance to almost three percent or so As we know as very tech heavy and the technology sector was the second worst performing sector in the first quarter returning two point four percent edging out the one point eight percent from consumer staples the winners so far in twenty twenty one have been industrials. Half percent financials up sixty percent and the biggest energy up almost thirty one percent this year so many of these stocks in these sectors. That are doing well so far. In the year where beaten down in our rebounding which of course is classic value investing and indeed value stocks are up more than eleven percent so far this year but the biggest winners are the smallest stocks. The snp six hundred small cap index is up eighteen point. Four percent and the russell micro cap index is up twenty six percent so far this year international stocks have lagged the s&p five hundred so far in two thousand twenty one returning around four and a half percent but they closed out two thousand twenty pretty strong so when you look back at the last trailing twelve months or so. Us stocks and international stocks are about neck and neck which is looking better for international stocks. Because they've been lagging stocks for a long time. I'm kind of reluctant to mention this. But i i suppose i have to in that as bitcoin is up one hundred percent so far this year. I don't expect to give any updates on bitcoin too much in the future but who knows. I mean you can't really not bring it up if you're going to talk about twenty twenty one
4 victims of California office shooting identified, as suspect charged with murder
"Sir Chang and I'm Audie Cornish. This hour. We'll look at how faith communities approach pandemic lockdown differently. One day, we're gonna look back. And this is just gonna be a story that we tell what kind of story do you want to tell? Also one of President Biden's campaign promises was to overhaul the criminal justice system, and advocates say they are waiting for some real action now. Absolutely anxious form or change to come from this administration on criminal justice reform and how the Biden administration hopes to reverse systemic racism that's been baked into America's infrastructure. Now the news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Veteran Capitol police officer is dead and an unidentified suspect was also killed after police say the individual rammed his car into the officers, then into a barricade outside the U. S capital today. We say the suspect was shot and killed after emerging from the vehicle, brandishing a knife and moving towards police. It all happened here. The Russell Senate office building just after one p.m. today still not clear what was behind the incident, though it comes on the heels of the January six attack on U. S Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump that also claimed the life of the Capitol police officer. U. S Capitol police officer who died today has been identified as William Billy Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force. A second Capitol police officer was injured. Have the Minneapolis Police Department homicide division testified today. Kneeling on the neck of a suspect who was handcuffed amounts to top tier deadly force and it should have stopped. Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, a long time officer on the force testified today and travel Derrick Show Vin the actions by the former officers saying they were totally unnecessary putting your neon and neck For that amount of pot that amount of time. Is just Uncalled for. I saw no reason why The officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt showing faces, murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd last year, prosecutors say corrected police video shows Trovan, who was white, kneeling on the black man's neck for more than nine minutes. Man has been charged with the murder and attempted murder in the Wednesday attacking a Southern California office building that left four people dead, including a nine year old boy. The Orange County district attorney's office is 44 year old Harmony, a dob galaxy. Gonzalez was charged with the attempted murder of two police officers after shooting at them when they reached the scene. Police say Gaxiola knew the adult victims. It's not clear what the motive was behind the attack. President Biden says the latest jobs report shows the U. S economy bouncing back, But he said the country still has a long way to go towards recovering from the pandemic. NPR's Asia, Roscoe reports employers added 916,000 jobs in March. That was the biggest game in jobs since last August. President Biden says the economy is doing better because of rapid growth of covert 19 vaccinations and government aid. He warned. That is too soon. For Americans to return to life is normal. So I ask I plead with you. Don't give back the progress. We've also fought so hard to achieve. Need to finish this job. Every American to buckle down and keep their guard up. This home stretch bite and also pushed for Congress to take up his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. But some Republicans have opposed the proposal, which would raise taxes on corporations. Aisha Roscoe NPR news U. S. Financial Markets are closed today for good Friday. This is NPR from W. H E News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Burress. Right now we have clear skies 55 degrees. It's 504 Major League Baseball says this July's All Star game will not take place in the Atlanta area following the signing of a bill that makes sweeping changes to Georgia voting laws. Meal. Moffett reports. Baseball was set to hold its Midsummer Classic and truest Park on July 13th, but Friday announced it would be relocating the game. A Republican backed bill signed into law March 25th has received substantial pushback from voting rights groups and corporations. Measure overhauls many of the state's election laws, including restricting the use of absentee ballot, Dropbox is adding I d requirements for vote by mail and giving lawmakers more control over the state's election board. In a statement, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said moving the game was the best way to show the MLB supports voting rights and fair access to the ballot box. Mio Moffett W. ABC News The Cobb County says it's rental assistance program was the target of a cyber attack. Stephanie Stokes has more The county's program offered $21 million to help tenants who are behind on rent demand was so strong earlier this year that the cab closed applications after little more than a week. Now, the county says it's email for receiving those applications may have been compromised. I found out within five minutes and disabled the email. The county says it also disconnected the affected server. It's unclear how much information was compromised. An investigation is underway. The cab was one of several counties around Georgia who received federal rental assistance funding.
Dallas Based Southwest Airlines Orders 100 New Jets
"Landed. A major deal for. It's seven thirty. Seven max. jetliner southwest added one hundred orders of the plane. npr's russell lewis reports it's boeing's largest orders since the worldwide grounding following two fatal crashes of the plane southwest airlines only flies the boeing seven thirty-seven model and has done so for the past fifty years. It needs to replace hundreds of older variants of the jet and was planning to use the larger and more fuel-efficient max after the max crashes and indonesia and ethiopia. The plane was grounded for almost two years sending bowing into its biggest crisis. Ever this southwest deal was not a guarantee. Airbus's max competitor. The eight to twenty had been in the running. Southwest is one of the largest. Global operators of boeing aircraft and in announcing the order southwest says this reinforces the airline's confidence in the seven thirty-seven. Max as the future of its fleet russell
Wet Notes - 3-28-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio for sunday march twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I want to give you an update from reef or the reef environmental educational foundation. They have released their two thousand and twenty two field survey trips and it's pretty neat. They have eleven trips. Planned in two thousand and twenty two starting with saint vincent in february and that is being led by amy lee. For those of you who listen to the show. I had amy on the show last july. They also have a cuba trip in march followed by raja arm pot in april. May june will feature saint lucia and roett tan. july is. the red sea and hawaii is in august. The september two thousand and twenty two baht trip is already sold out grand. Cayman is october bon. Air's in november and the year closes out in december. In 'cause you might wanna take a look at the reef website for all the details availability and pricing. These trips. look pretty awesome last week ned. who's a dive master at. The shop passed on a new york times article about looking for climate solutions and this article was written by catrine einhorn. Essentially she reported that ocean bottom trawling for shrimp whiting. Cod and other fish emits as much carbon dioxide into the air as the entire globalization industry. Now this was based on a study published in the journal. Nature and it was pretty enlightening. About how trawling releases. Immense amounts of carbon from the ocean floor and that leads to more acidification of the water and that reduces the oceans capacity to absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide. You can check out the entire article on the new york times website look for climate solutions by katrina einhorn. There's another piece of good news. Out of molly s this month. The honolulu star advertiser reported that a trained response team was able to free young. Humpback whale from gear entangling. It's left pictorial flipper. They were able to free about fifty to one hundred feet of line from the flipper but not we're able to get the Entangled line out of its mouth. They are hoping that that will ultimately free itself. They haven't seen the whale since it was freed. Apparently it wasn't in great shape but at least now it has a chance. They recovered gears being analyzed to see if they can determine the origin now. The efforts were led by the hawaiian humpback whale national marine sanctuary in partnership with cardinal point captains k key koala project and ultimate whale-watch. Now i've had the opportunity to go out with ultimate whale-watch from lana. A couple of times was very happy to hear of their support. We carry a lot of aqualung equipment in our shop and like most businesses twenty twenty taught many of us a lot of lessons. Well i recently sent out a message that they are introducing. A new aqualung is a bit of a rebranding. They're using a new tagline beyond the expected in the message. They said the twenty twenty taught them to expect the unexpected time to seek out the unexpected. If you check out the aqua lung website they further state that they are for the ocean exploration for ocean understanding and for ocean conservation. The aqua lung site also has a really inspiring short two minute video to get you inspired. Stay tuned for more from akwa. Long as they go beyond the expected earlier in the week. I got an email from nicole. Russell dima vice president of operations and i e mail had a lot of different information but one of the items that stood out said las vegas is open for business that means they are in fact planning to hold the demon. Show two thousand twenty one in las vegas in person and not some very exciting news. There was a learn more link in the email that took you to the dive equipment and marketing association's website where they gave you a list of all the trade shows conventions and meetings scheduled in las vegas of over five thousand or more attendees in the next twelve months. Now that was an interesting list. F why the marijuana business daily or m j biz con two thousand twenty. One is expected to draw thirty thousand people. And it's just one month before dima for all you dive pros out there. Mark your calendar for demon show two thousand twenty one november sixteenth to nineteenth in las vegas. Nevada can't wait to get back to dima and finally earth day two thousand twenty one is less than a month away earth day is actually april twenty second however it looks like this year. They are promoting three days of climate action. It starts on april twentieth. There are three lead organizations working on this educational international or education international the hip hop caucus and earth uprising will will be organizing three separate parallel climate action summits on april twentieth and twenty first ahead of president biden's global leaders climate summit on april twenty. Second what a difference a year makes. What a different political climate additionally earth day dot org will be producing the second earth day live digital event on april twenty second. Check out the website on earth day dot. Org for more information. Well that wraps up wet notes for sunday march twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shack
Washington DC Couple Married 62 Years Reunite After a Year Apart
"62 years, but the pandemic men they couldn't see each other in person for the last 369 days of those 62 years. Well, that all finally changed inside Nova, says 86 year old Russell Tuck, grab the $12 bouquet of flowers from the Wegmans in Gainesville back on Tuesday. As he showed up to the assisted living home where his wife, 85, year old Marjorie Tuck, now lives. It was the first time in a year in four days they could be together in person. The closest the two had been over the months since the pandemic began, was video calls and visits with each other behind plexiglass or separated by a fence outdoors if it was really nice out
NASCAR’s Cup Series is dirt racing for first time in 50+ years
"For the first time you know fifty years. The nascar cup series is going dirt racing this week in the bristol. All were jeff gordon. Clint boyer and the rest of the nascar on fox grew got got. You covered starting tomorrow on. F s one in coverage of the race is sunday at two eastern fox brandon. I'm excited i know citing you literally talk about it every day you tell us. What are you looking forward to this weekend. Well is the best season ever in nascar. You guys got tune in. And i'm gonna do right now. You guys don't even have to watch this race. Okay you got. You got the series. And i'm gonna tell you who's going to win his about to be made me. You got stewart freezing. You got the dirt. Racer from the northeast. And he's actually competing in both the truck and the cup series
Knicks storm back, complete sweep of Wizards 106-102
"Alec Burks scored fifteen of his twenty seven points in the fourth quarter of the next one oh six one oh to come back over the wizards R. J. Barrett added twenty four points ten rebounds and five assists for the knickerbockers who trailed by seventeen in the third quarter and didn't leave until the fourth when we knew that they were gonna come out you know really aggressive we didn't we didn't do a good job in the first the first half of confidence in them and you know we weren't making shots in those kind of you know the interim score about Muslims on the second and eleven run put New York ahead ninety six ninety one with two fifty four remaining wizard starting guards Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook shot a combined eleven for thirty eight with Westbrook going three for fifteen with eight turnovers I'm Dave Ferrie
Manchin calls for 'enormous' infrastructure package paid for with new taxes
"Back to Washington Senator Joe Manchin wants Congress to approve an enormous infrastructure back package, but He wants to raise taxes duties important Democrat from West Virginia says the way to pay for those infrastructure bills is to roll back parts of former President Donald Trump's 2017 tax law. Fund. This legislation called
Stocks End Lower Amid Decline in Tech Shares
"We start off with another tech wreck on wall. Street the nasdaq falling more than two percent. Today tesla facebook netflix apple. All dropping sharply and check out the iwan's wm small-cap etf losses accelerating into the close. It is now down six and a half percent this week alone. All this happening as yield actually fell today. So what do you make of all this guy you know. It's like you're my head. Because i was going to start with the russell russell's actually down nine percent since the all time high we made. I think on monday march fifteenth. And i'll tell you we do this. We do a call every day. At twelve. Thirty and tim seymour came out. I think the market was at the highest. They said there's something about this day. I don't particularly like and he turned out to be a bit of a soothsayer. And i'll say this this is one of those moby dick days when you just bookmark. A certain page will bookmark this one fellas and girls because a lot of really interesting things happen to vicks obviously rallied late russell. Down big you know you mentioned ticket and wacked with interest rates. Actually going lower. There are a lot of things not to like about today. And it's got me a little bit concerned now with that setup concern for awhile for today really weird field at all day to manifest itself late with the sell off
Russell Wilson still wants Antonio Brown in Seattle
"Elements so last week long time. Nfl insider. john. Clay said on ninety three seven. Bannon pittsburgh that russell wilson is lobbying the team to sign super bowl winning receiver antonio brown wilson's name has come up in trade talks this season Obviously he hasn't been fully pleased with the seattle seahawks. That's no secret max kellerman. What's your reaction to wilson wanting. I'm confused here. I'm confused because abc does not come the same discount. He came on last year. The bucks right. There's a market for him. Now that's going to be more competitive than it was so it's not just like give basically getting abc for free. He wants them to lure a be away from a super bowl winning team with a great quarterback who still doing it and a great defense and everything all the things that russell wilson was complaining. He doesn't have right. Like i'm confused. Because ross i thought this was about your offensive line which through under the bus or not having a defense. Well there's a limited limited resources in the nfl per team. There's a salary cap. So you must rob peter to pay paul for every cent you spend on antonio brown. You can't spend that sent on your offensive line poor on your defense and it's not like you don't have metcalf and lock it. You have a receiving corps so of course what quarterback wouldn't want to throw the ball to. He's one of the greatest. Whoever did it but given the situation. He's lobbying for another receiver. I thought that was about the offensive line or the defense
Did Washington Do Enough to Push Dallas in the NFC?
"Did washington football teams teamers and the giants do enough to push dallas in the nfc. So i left philly out. I don't yeah. I just don't i am found anyone who really thinks they're going to be competitive. I mean let's wait and see got jalen whatever. But that's a team that they're not really fun to talk about. Because their free agency considered like stripping you know but i mean they did sign at harris for like nothing which is probably better sightings but what you have in jalen also you serianni. Yes hundred percent but washington in york both very active and did interesting. Things i think are worth discussing because dallas after the dak prescott deal was finally done. They've kind of made a few moves around the margins adding kia neil. Getting tied as kind of swing. Tackle still have question marks at adra sure and coroner but washington like i think they might have had my favorite free agency or at least the one that i'm most excited to see. I don't know payoff on the field. So just to recap. They signed the aforementioned ryan fitzpatrick one year. Ten million dollars. They tag branch eff. Who's there Pro bowler guard. They signed william jackson from the bengals. Cornerback three years. Forty two million dollars and then added panthers wide receiver. Curtis samuel for three years thirty four point five million dollars so just starting like let's start here. Do you agree with me like do you. Do you like what they did. And do you think it makes them an actual competitor in the division. A really like what. Washington did You know. I think among the guys among the quarterback that they could get because not only were they never in it for russell wilson or or wherever really going to be competitive for shawn watson You had to start looking okay. We'll what's realistic. And it's the ryan fitzpatrick coming off his best his career. It's an andy dalton and whereas that really gonna lead you I think that there was a lot of interest in marcus. Mariota he still is not able to sign with another team because the raiders are still holding him hostage But so. I like the quarterback. Move because you're essentially saying let's build up the team the and let's have the strongest team possible around the quarterback position where we don't sell out just because we have to for that position free agency. Maybe they make a move at the draft for a guy that they have their eye on. Or maybe they just say let's. Let's keep the boat floating this year and let's make our move Next free agency. So i thought that they probably overpaid by million or two on curtis samuel. But they wanted him And and ron rivera really likes them. Obviously william jackson an incredible deal You look around and you need another pass rusher and they can they can probably keep ryan kerrigan as a third down specialist if he comes down off his number end so you know he's he's still doing that. He's gonna get paid a whole lot of money. I'm not sure that that money is really out there especially at this point in free agency so they didn't want to mortgage their future for for quarterback right. Now they wanted to keep the boat afloat. I that and so. I like what they have done. Specially on evens. Then when you consider the the sort of offense and the pre-snap that they can have with all those offensive playmakers. Now that curtis annuals there with terry corn. I really like with done.
How to Be Sad in a Healthy Way with Helen Russell
"Tell me about this new book of yours and a podcast. Because i was looking at it. This is slightly different because we'll slotting or maybe not so how to be sad. Yes so i so. I've been now researching into happiness for the last eight years and reedy will be academic literature and speaking to as many experts. Get my hands on and really following the growing movement in in. I guess i don't wanna quite use the attempt self-help but this idea of of what we can do. And how we can observe our in culture of cultures around the world to try to give us the best chance of of keeping mental health intact and Keeping ourselves feeling upbeat on a daily basis. But actually the more it was simplified perhaps for sound bites off line or the more The the the rest of the world decision economic climate was was not perhaps doing any of us any favors The movie becomes clung onto this idea of happiness. That in the last few years. When i have talked around the world when i've done interviews with people and i collected my own research as well as reading the research of others. It seemed to me that there was so much anxiousness about not being happy. The procedure happiness to become all encompassing. And actually people will quite phobic of being sad and this seems like a problem because of course we can't be happy all the time We can put structural things in place. We can lifestyle things in place to try to shore up our chances and to try to look after ourselves but no one is happy all the time. Sadness is a normal part of life. I felt more. If we try and deny sadness we do ourselves huge home and sadness actually can also bring some benefits so that that really set me to thinking. I think researching the atmosphere happiness. My my last book you mention Looking different cultural purchase. I realized this in the us and the uk a especially there is a real reluctance to to do. Saddest studies. show that but americans are kind of out lies in that design not to be sad unto to choose happiness and to to be happy to put on this kind of jazz hunts front which as we certainly seen in the last year if not the last forty five years life through some huge challenges Away and You know the state of the world. Even there is much to be sad about the things to be angry about and that has to be okay to we have to be in touch with those emotions too so i wanted to really explore that from a cultural perspective from a historical perspective And speaking to you near scientists and psychologists geneticists and and really trying to understand the processes that are going on and the noble phases that we go into when we tried to deny us address and then what to do about them and how to be sad in a healthy positive way so that was my goal. Yes the knee. I was really intrigued. When i was reading a book. About the difference of cultures and things like portugal and brazil and bhutan. Where you know sadness and crying and you know. Death is celebrated its part of the normal circle of life. Then perhaps where i come from in finland we are very stone faced and we don't cry outside of the family circles and some does not at all even front of our parents or parents. Don't cry front of the children. It's very much these macho kind of culture. So what can we learn from these other cultures. What can we put in place in our cultures in our societies to help us to deal with sadness and it be normal circle of life. Yeah i think it is. That is that normalizing. It is talking about it. It's it's showing children that it's okay to be sad and that they will be sad sometimes and not trying to minimize that so certainly when i was growing up in uk. Those idea that if you're crying you're told it's okay. Don't cry at so easy for them out to cry but actually we'll probably charges crying for a reason and that reason may not be the same as it would if it was an adult but to deny a child's feelings doesn't set a great template for somebody being emotionally intelligent in later life and being in touch with their emotions so it starting at a really early age letting children know that their feelings are okay and they are legitimate and how to handle them really I think parents can can model to kids. And and anyone who's spent time with children comodal that And then it is yeah. It's i spoke to a A few psychology said things like that they will recommend if you see a dead animal for example. You see roadkill even you. You don't try and hide it from your children. You sort of say. Oh that's uh sad. Isn't it look fox has been over or whatever And it's just being june two to the sadness that's that we feel and then once we adults if we didn't have that growing up then it's learning to kind of regulate our own emotions in doing it belatedly which is harder but it is possible by allowing time for ourselves and really sitting without sadness rather than trying to rush and lives with business and activities and scheduling things that defer the sadness. Because it's not going to go away but they differ it and this year i think has shown for many of us as the world has slowed down and we haven't been able to travel many of us That people people have really kind of had to come to terms of things that perhaps they have pushed away for for many years and that's hugely challenging. You used to doing that so there are things that you can do to help. Of course things like Getting exercise we know that that's good for positive mental health and bodies but are not doing. It is is bad for us so more than in terms of just exercise it if if people who feeling generally okay are sedentary between three and seven days we will start to develop low mood that some fascinating research about this. It's it's the meat was about trying to stop normal sadness from becoming a two. And b tipping over into something more serious and i'm very keen to differentiate of course between normal sadness that we all experience depression and i've been now with both of them and they are not the same thing but there is there is evidence to suggest that we can start normal fatness into something more serious by allowing for it and handling it in a mall helpful way.
Irving, Harden help Nets beat Wizards in Griffin's debut
"Kylie Irving scored twenty eight points to James harden had twenty six to lead the next to a one thirteen one oh six victory over the wizards Blake Griffin made his nets debut and dumped for the first time since December two thousand nineteen Nicolas Claxton added sixteen points including two three point plays down the stretch to help hold off the wizards Russell Westbrook had twenty nine points thirteen rebounds and thirteen assists for Washington the nets victory coupled with the seventy Sixers win over the Knicks keeps Brooklyn one game behind Philadelphia for the Eastern Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Beal's 43, Westbrook's triple-double lead Wizards over Jazz
"The jazz are just too and for this month after falling to the wizards one thirty one one twenty two Bradley Beal scored forty three points and Russell Westbrook recorded his thirteenth triple double of the season as the wizards halted a five game skid Westbrook had thirty five points fifteen rebounds and thirteen assists to help Washington overcome Donovan Mitchell's forty three points we know she doesn't play harder I think the person position to be yes or NO offers a man against Austin is easier to play we have taken a lot of miles every time so it was an overnight Joe Ingles hit eight three pointers and finished with a career high thirty four points for the jazz who dropped to twenty nine and eleven I'm Dave Ferrie
Research shows anti-Asian hate incidents on the rise in past year
"Joining us. Now is kimmy. yom reporter at nbc news who writes for the nbc. Asian americas section. Thanks for joining us. Kimmy much for having me wanted to talk about some new data. We've seen about hate incidents against asian americans and asians in the country. We've been hearing about this for some time but this new report basically says that they're about thirty eight hundred anti asian racist incidents mostly against women. Also just this past year. So kimmy tell us what we're seeing out of this report like peace typically does highlight the ways in which women are disproportionately targeted in these attacks. But it's actually something that we've seen track for quite some time stop. Api hate released this report and it looked at incidents over the past year under the pandemic but they released another report last year that examined roughly five months under the pandemic and it actually came out with a similar proportion of attacks targeting women versus men and it turned out to be around women reporting at two point three times more than men and i think when looking at the data first glance. I think that it's pretty jarring because it's uplift thousand incidents more than last year but really what we're seeing is a lot of under reporting and the community. I think that that hasn't quite been emphasized enough. Experts have long noted that there are a ton of fears that keep asian-americans from reporting. It could be language. Barriers could be lack of awareness around the resources available to them. Fear retaliation is also huge one. When a lot of these hate incidents started getting attention. I think that it really galvanized the community to really speak out about it. And then it created for an environment that allowed for more people to report and so a lot of the incident. You know that were twenty twenty incidents where actually retroactively reported in twenty twenty one and that's important to note here from this report. I think they made clear to you. Know these aren't necessarily just hate crimes. These are hate incidents because it includes many more things so it can include slurs physical tax shunning of people so it's not just physical crimes things like that but why do they think that women are targeted more. They from the article. It says they're just easier targets maybe they're perceived as weaker. Something this is. Why being targeted more. Asian american women have always dealt with a specific type of racialized sexism. I think that when we think about asian women just in the stereotypes attached to them as often that they're meek or subservient. I think that it's created kind of this idea. That men can overpower easily overpower asian women and so this issue of public safety is actually really not unique to the pandemic one thing that dr russell john mentioned to me when i was interviewing him for those pieces that these are issues that we've seen for so long and that the kind of flown under the radar the thing is that because of the pandemic and the way in which there's been a lot of anti asian rhetoric in referencing what this is like that china virus language and a lot of that incendiary rhetoric. People have used this kind of as an excuse to attack asian women and it's attacking in kind of a different way so you know it's a really long standing issue. Even you know. I mean it's back till two when asian women were allowed in this country and so to say that this is like a new occurrence would be completely false and i do think that in a lot of ways. We're seeing in the asian american community a lot of the violence and a lot of the pain definitely exacerbated during the pandemic but not unique to the pandemic for sure
"russell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The nineteen seventy seven stole gift came into win with no sign of Russell Martin. . On Maithri Bev and her mother Ellen visited the local police station to fall a missing persons report. . It had been three and a half months since Russell left town unexpectedly without offering goodbye. . Bevin Dublin you better than most that Russell was not a perfect person. . He had these vases mainly drinking and gambling and was hot headed and turn to violence. . But he loved his children. . Whenever he was out of town Russell would at the very latest KP in touch with these kids. . Yet they hadn't from him. . Knowing her sons ten percent ellen feed that Russell would cause <hes> if he returned to town. . He would bain sense to find out that he's wife Helen had moved another man into their marital <hes>. . Russell and Helen's relationship dated back to when they were teenagers. . Russell's siblings disproved if the pairing from the outset. . Helen wilcock had a reputation as a wild child and Russell was possessive prone to Jealousy They advised against the couple marrying, , but Russell and Helen went ahead with the ceremony. . In nineteen, , sixty, , four, , they became Mr and Mrs Martin. . Both when nineteen years old. . They had four children and eventually said Odi into a three bedroom where the board has online goes straight not far from the main street of stole. . Their doors lay in Kelly shed one room. . This sons Stephen and pole shed the second Russell and Helen had the third. . It wasn't an idyllic marriage russell and Helen Wood products of disadvantaged backgrounds and at influenced their treatment of one another. . Russell was the sixth of seven children born on July ten, , nineteen forty-five. . He's parents Michael and Ellen were problem drinkers. . They would often stay out all not until they spent all their money. . All were escorted home by police. . Some of their drinking binges lasted wakes. . Die fought loudly and frequently Ovadai many problems including Ellen's flagrant infidelity. . Throughout his Childhood Russell was at the center of a room out regarding the identity of his biological father. . He was also bullied for being the child of the town drunks as well as for his poor Jane and academic struggles. . The Martin Children was severely neglected by their parents. . Child protection offices visited the household, , but the children would heart in the nearby forest to avoid them. . Sometimes, , they'd slave out death and days at a time and arrive at school dirty and unkempt. . Russell was taste for having burs doc in his nutty hair. . He would try to remove them himself, , but the results were disastrous and only caused more ridicule. . Russell learned to retaliate with these fists and became known as a feast for who wasn't afraid of anyone. . Helen had experienced her husband's violence firsthand. . Police officers attended dietrich disputes at the couple's has sometimes as often as once a month. . But charges were rarely laid. . Helen fights sorry for Russell. . Shape believed, , he only acted the way he did because of his upbringing which had caused him to hate women. . When reporting her Son Missing Ellen Martin expressed concern for Helen in particular. . Shea feed that Russell would harm his wife if he found out, , she had moved on with another man. . Ellen said the only way Helen would have new boyfriend was if Shane you ashore that Russell was never coming back. . Russell's sister. . Bev Felt Helen had been behaving suspiciously since. . January. . For New Year's Russell and Helen, , took their children on a like saw camping trip one hundred and sixty kilometers west of store. . It was the couple's first holiday together in that thirteen year relationship. .
"russell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"To create you want Jesus, it's going to help Byu. Jesus. Pay Well just just like a like a, and you know this is like to me what you're saying is so beautiful. And and on one just purely on that just if you WanNa go Jean Paul Sartre. A bug-eyed and fucked up on speed and France, saying anything you do you give the world the permission to do you're the arbiter of morality in every act that you do you're saying anyone can do this to me. You WanNa lie you're saying everyone can lie to you. You want to cheat you're saying everyone can cheat on you. That's the just no afterlife but then the other what you're talking about process theology the Oh we'll see here's the thing we're the embryonic. God. Right now this is it is is it there is no god. There's No God is still like you're saying, the universe is ambivalent but it that's just because the Rainbow Wheel on your computer is spinning if the sum total of. The Damn thing veers in the direction, The Opposite Direction mlk was talking about. then. Yeah. That's what we got. We got the Leviathan, we chose the Leviathan and that's what we could become but then so what you're saying so beautiful I, love it because yeah. It's going against your instincts doesn't mean you're phony right it just means that you're. You're not an animal you know you. But. I really do I love what you're saying and it did thank you because it's something. I. Struggle with because it seems so beautiful to. Me It's like I don't have to feel every moment like I'm completely in love with my wife to express love to my wife if I start limiting myself to that some emotional set. To be the thing that determines whether or not. I can be kind of the world then Oh, man that's putting or if. We limit ourselves moments of Piff Unie. That's when we're going to start writing or if we limit ourselves to whatever the particular emotional coordinate is from, which are our souls manifest in the world then we are going to be perpetually limited by that actress another drug anyway. But? To me this is this is something that I still I don't mean to keep digging. Do. Do you feel sometimes and how do you deal with that this role that you've taken? You have these great instagram posts. I have known I've gotten. Jealous. Women that I have been in relationships with. Will show me before we met. We'll show me Russell brand instagram videos. And be like isn't this wonderful and I'm like no don wonderful now because I don't believe it because like don't look at Russell Brand's. But what I'm saying man is don't do you. You interview you were Mucci you interview all these spiritual people. But at some point you're going to become UJI. Don't you feel like maybe you're holding yourself back from that if something do you or do you worry that if you spend much time thinking about this, what you're doing that you'll end up once again succumbing to these sensitivities you know what I mean like it. What point are you GonNa go full David Bowie. You know. We really let go of the brand, the Russell Russell brand and like become. What you already this teacher thing you know I mean, look at Rom dos some point he gave up being the. The closeted gay. Brilliant psychologist and became one of the great teachers. Do you see that in your future? Like Yeah I. Suppose I do. But even like seeing it is a little bit. You can see that there's ego left in me hey, to even have an attachment to that. have an attachment to that idea. I'd see I'm very comforted when you approach something that we found in a like a like the reason I like that job thing right is because it's the book of Job. Is this a thousands of years old bisquick? Probably derived from folkloric things are older than that like. I ain't century British are to in father then and then used say an existential philosophy. Saying comparible thing by these troops realizing themselves fru time. Now what I you know when you? Take that back to me and how I see myself I. I got that opportunity to go round the celebrity rollercoaster and feel it and experience, and I got to be decadent and hedonistic, and all of that and I know from myth and I in chew it to be true that the grail comes again. Comes again it comes t once when you're young, it comes to you again middle age you offered once again do you want it? Do you want to heal the wound? Do you want it and if you if I I can't ever again make the mistake of believing in my constructed egos identity, I can't ever do again I can't go back to that. Go back to the idea of some. Repackaging of celebrities I'm new version of this time. I'm going to do it this way 'cause I'm motivated by I was always had those what felt like a simplistic twin forces. Even when I was a kid I wanted alighted stand up Duncan for a long long time for nothing about pubs like any stand up know do again and again and again for nothing crap no pay you and people you. Physically so it and all of these things for using an in that time I. I loved the Army I loved I loved it. But also I was hungering after the artifacts that the coach told me present it to me as fulfillment. They told me fame celebrity power decadent hedonism. This is what you all. This is your route. The clown is there shamed shame mun the Shaman has been shamed and becomes clouds. The coolest. Wow what sorry go ahead. Oh man that's so cool. Sorry. Russell. Didn't mean to a moat. So.
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Why are you talking if you wanna come and see me in front of small pieces? Yes. Darling. I know you're talking but actually like I'm actually doing a pug cost right now. So look just watch Russell brand dot com. I'm looking at my social media sites. EEG Kurt rusty rookies on Twitter and true. Russell brand. Yeah. This is the paper with the information for the podcastone on it. Okay. You can touch you. I mean, there's only a payphone. I don't know. Why you so in down the Delvin? Yeah. Okay. So an also check out my YouTube channel for more of those spiritual videos and clips and thank you for your kind compliments about those videos and clips I'm most flattered by your interest. Here's some stuff that people had to say about different Brown last week's guest. Wasn't he fantastic. And a Franklin says one of the best conversations I've heard on this show. Thanks russell. You really let there and have you say, and I'm impressed with his mind. Let him have a size a good thing. We'll done for shouting Oviedo guest and eliminating them from the conversation. Very attractive man to always tend to full for gay men. Don, says Anna, frankly, wait till you get low to Kerama you're going to go not Slough just because the fact that they're Brown thinks he's shy and introverted blows my mind. Yeah. I know I'm surprised by that just because I joined Mallory says at rusty rookies really enjoying listening to hashtag under the skin with Darren Brown in the beautiful lake district. Unfortunately, autism bit camera shy. Good to find out how he healed my back pioneers ago. Do you reckon that's true? It means you're really is one of the people who is there in Brown was going around healing people wall St. was keen to say, it's solely placebo effect. I myself think that something happens where your healing systems kick in when you're told that they that they ought to possibly by Darren Brown. Mike Zarka goes, I don't remember. What was sitting in the punk cost by woke up and went through my emails turns out about all of Darren Brown's books and content weird at that remember doing that you better get Ambato mabul content? I'm talking mentors. I'm talking recovery. I'm talking get yourself on Netflix and watch rebirth right now. But before you do any of that stay with us on luminary get that link. Download the app come on now. And enjoy this wonderful conversation with Kerama Brown. There was one bit where he's to Kim where I was actually just contemplating whether or not I could live a guy life happily with him thinking, then a four is it wrong to objectify men because if objectification is wrong in the case of women, which I know it to be is it also wrong. Sorry. Yeah. I'm having this conversation in front of my two and a half your guest Oleg. Yeah. You're drawing the microphone. I you're an extremely gifted and strong individual. I'm very very impressed with the very impressed. Indeed. And also Kerama Brown a very impressive bright. You think this is a hula-hoop? It's not Hooper. This is a microphone makes. Yeah. That's right. So please enjoy this interview with queer is Kerama Brown. My fellow luminary podcast, and I will say as of now potent man crush, but what a wonderful warm individual. Enjoy this episode with Kerama Brown. Trying to achieve a quality with the annihilation of Calgary. No successful. That's exactly right. We're in this era where it turns out. We were never the boss. What's beneath the surface of people? We have more of the ideas that the finance on history. Told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. You have central charming smile. Fuck.
"russell" Discussed on High Noon
"The thing that only will shameful in is ever done. If you can accomplish that if you could. It reminds me a little bit. Remember, Chris Paul in highschool scored sixty one points after his grandfather died at age sixty one the fact that you have the power of will to shape reality using your talents. Like that I salute that on principle. Speaking of power of will we saw something last night the game that we do not see very often. Which is Russell Westbrook's day. In case, you're curious how Russell Westbrook turned out the way he did. Right there ro. Yeah. There he is everything. Everything makes sense. Right. Did it at a bad? I don't think you want any problems with it was Mel everybody who wants to say Russell Westbrook. How did he get to be the way? He is. Yes. Take a look valet shout out to everybody at. They gave Russell saying desperate nipsy and the people in the front road Oklahoma City, Tampa arrested, daddy, like, we know what sexy means totally sure. Next names. Russell Wilson quarterbacks given the April fifteen deadline for new contract. But according to my floor. Yo Wilson won't be holding won't be holding out. It will shut down all negotiations until after the season deadline is Pablo the of by by this deadline. They should because Russell Wilson deserves to be what he wants to be which is the highest paid porter back in the league. Aaron Rodgers is that right now thirty three point five billion dollars. Russell Wilson probably is going to go ask for about thirty five or so, but we know how football teams work. They don't enjoy paying anybody a lot of money, especially not the guy who when he is under paid as he was when they made the Super Bowl run. And is he is now is oftentimes the key to the rest of their roster being as good as it is. It is in a whole lot of quarterbacks as good as Russell Wilson quarterbacks who have Super Bowls. They have to fight for their money. Drew Brees was one example of guy who did. But there aren't that many guys that are in this place that have to go in there and be like, please, please please give me what I deserve. It hasn't happened. But she doesn't often at least it doesn't feel to me anecdotally, get to a point you gotta set a deadline for a guy like this. Now, if I'm Seattle I'm walking in with this guy being like, look, you are the face of this franchise. You have been the face of this franchise. Let's just figure out the best way for us all of us to get this thing done. It should never get to a point where that guy has to come in public and said this deadline. My guest is going to go ahead and get this done because the Seahawks other recourse is we can franchise you. And then we can franchise you, and that's not good for salary cap. This. No, no. They're gonna end up paying fifty to sixty million dollars. If they tag him twice in. This does feel like posturing, it does feel like the patient of some sort of battle. But man, it's fascinating to have Russell Wilson in the present tense asking for so much money when they don't really like him passing the ball all that much matter that matter they say the job of being quarterback is not simply passing the ball this office. They wanna run they can do that import because he is a threat to run the buzz..
"russell" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Have you? Like not at a game. I'd like seeing him I've been like close up at like patriots games, but not a big deal. But that's about it. And then probably Jordan LeBron. And that's Russell's fourth. That's like the moment. Honestly, hit me because it's like I set down. I was talking to him. And so I'll look though like introduce myself. And I was like let's just say you didn't just sit down a lot of credit Detroit because we were all standing there wide eyed. And you said I'm going to go over there. And we we just said nothing you said I'm going over. There was one I was like, what are we gonna do it? Right. So like I went over there sat down. And so I look back, and I was like this coli and turn back around like and Coley this Bill that was the moment when it hit me, and I was like take initiative which was important because we're conscious fan. They're looking at our our drinks. I asked several people to be like, hey, can you introduce us to Bill Russell. That's not me. I will. Yeah. You I I know you guys played together. But yes, it a long falling out. Listen as a long time ago and Bill and I were both young stroke. I was still very to really encapsulate. This moment though. I will just say even are close personal. Spencer Haywood coli asked him. Can you please introduce a Bill Russell? And he was like, oh, I don't know. Like, I don't think anybody. They're only knows him better than Spencer's. Like, he does to me so credit truly is just another former team at that. You've squashed the hatchet with and honest. Like, what's the worst thing that happens? He shoots me. Did. That's great content. Listen this great. I think he wants to shoot each other dead and some sort of suicide all three of us. Yeah. I shoot you you shoot him once. Yeah. And it's exactly what really Brown is that what via the moment that turns you on Bill. Russell that. He told you today, maybe because the rebounds the rains all those good Bill being just a. Team morbid. We'll never that's one of the I don't even know if he meant as a joke. I think he just genuinely meant to kill me. And that's a guy that Nancy Lieberman one of our other closers reds came up to us. And she is somebody that is a trailblazer or lead. And she was talking to us about how isn't it? Amazing. Just seeing Bill Russell in this room. You're the most people were just like I can't believe he's in the same room. It's me. Well, I was feeling to give that advice from adidi like Bill Russell, and what not make of it. But I will accept it. When I got over the bills like I was just telling my wife. I can't believe it's true with his wife was not a fan of me. Now, most people in general, I got the Bogan advisor Gallinson likes you wanna hits..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"'cause are they go they hit birthing, Catherine Greig's. I was pretty good in the be delivering babies next time. I'll meet you. If I have a meet you till this. If you want to communicate with us, you can tweet me at rusty rockets, hashtag under the skin or you can follow me on Instagram at true Russell brand. And tag me with your Instagram stories to tell me what you feel this week's episode. But now it's time for Catherine graves under the skin trying to achieve a quality with the. Election of Calgary north accessible. That's exactly right in this era. Where turns out we were never the boss. Spin Neath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on retold. Welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. Catherine graves thank you for joining me on under the skin. Would you explain to me, and hopefully the people listening? What hypno- birthing is such a simple question in? It's the hardest one to answer. People think of it as being a few techniques to have a more, comfortable labor. They're very suspicious of the word hypno-, which we RAV wish we didn't have tach to us. But we do it's known as that now. So he can't be helped. But it is a method whereby not only women have a more comfortable birth very frequently sometimes pain-free that will cost you can't guarantee that but however birth pans out. If a woman feels calm she will be producing different hormones and her experience will be one. But it was an empowering wonderful experience..
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Symphony advertising that preceded already appreciate that. And now. Without further ado, get get ready sit down and strap in for Tony Robbins is coming trying to achieve a quality within nine election of Calgary. Nas accessible. That's exactly right era. Where turns out we were never. What's beneath the surface of people? We have mild of the ideas that the financial history. Retold welcome to Russell brand. And this game. Welcome to under the skin. Tony. I'm so happy to interview, of course. Well, firstly I'll tell you just the first thing that comes to unwind well watch that net. Flicks. I am not your which is amazing. I fought he's this is for he superman Jesus. Look look. Came back you'd have to go from all superman thing I thought firstly I was astonished by and I've had the privilege of attending not rich entirely by Pov one of your seminars, and is like a religious experience. It felt like for me. I'm no person that cynical or skeptical about religion. But it seems to me that what you're doing is fulfilling their religious role. I mean, that's suppose if you look at religion as a way of coping with the fact that we were alive, and we're going to die rather than it being about of an annoying aid savior figure. What did you think about that? I I don't look at it as a religious experience, but religion, it's a regional term religio means to celebrate. And I try to get people to find a way to celebrate life. In the midst of the fact that we're all going to die and challenges all the space, some of which are immutable some which are and how do you find? How do you create a life? That's meaningful to me. It's not about just being happy. You'll be happy. You're gonna. Pleasure from taking the drug again pleasure from cheating something. But if your life is going to be meaningful in these that sensitive film, and I find comes from two factors are you growing? And are.
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"That's the one I just before this one and that one you actually get him talk at that point. Tony is conducting things employment politely asking me questions. But Mary wasn't it. Yeah. Is Mary who runs that cost with him? So this woman this great stuff covered with blood useful. Turning pint or mental muscle changing, your physiology to change your emotional state. And that's good of starts to do law, stuffy suggested, you know, finding ecstasy in the moment. So again, he's good at conveying spiritual wisdom in select secular or colloquial terms, but also just took about me in Clinton, Tom Cruise comes up Macau, Gorbachev the end of demoralization how to change your side. So lower stuff covered. I really hope you enjoy it. If you do, please. Would you do me the favor of subscribing sharing? It a Sherry on true. Russell brand you know, spelled troop on now. TRW mistake, his news complicated share on the stories or tweet with the hash tag under the skin. Identifying signature so. Yeah. Share it where you can enjoy it Ota. I'm so sorry to inundate you with this Monette flick special rebirth is on well Netflix. He's not going to be on Amazon prime is it. I mean, do you know monopolies work go on there, will you and watch rebirth on Netflix, everyone people support you early on. So it does. Well, you know, some proud of as really good show took about becoming a father to about my experience getting involved with politics. There's some funny funny base in don't Trump's in it, man. Donald Trump's in more campaigns around housing, our support with those brilliant women if the new era state perhaps most significantly to unite above my first logo, childbirth, more, generally and the Kyle's unleashes on. So check that house. Well, thank you. For listening this podcast labyrinth the endless.
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Hello there. Welcome to under the skin with me. Russell brand is Tony Robbins today. And it's an incredible episode. If you've seen the trailer, you'll have seen me pinned back by the sheer force of his charisma, Tony Robbins has become a friend since this interview. He initially protest me enjoy my book recovery and just before the podcast that you're about to listen to I did a podcast off Taiwanese with Tony. And my God I felt like by the time down the podcast with him. I felt he was so kind and gracious, but all I do in this podcast is essentially agree with him, which I do. And I didn't know ask a single probing question about he's averse and adept at communicating he's a Mazda communicator this so much to learn from this is certainly learned from this podcast. And I really hope you'll enjoy it. Podcast Jimmy under skins game. Very bloody. Will we'd lost episode river Darren McCovey KIA que it's been tremendously successful. Perhaps. I think because of doing the podcast with fun. I think that helped him doing phone cons happy place, which really plays with that. And if you and how it went. And in fact, that's why we read in these tweets next. We actually just plagiarizing that from the way she does her or Costco's. We love it. Look, this tweet Darren garbage re tweet it essential listening with the brilliant LOKI discussing the navigation of the growing ravines lead throughout the topic of social mobility straight up. No bullshit introspective interview. That's good. Isn't it other people's on how much they loved it? Tim, France, Loveday Povey safari, Dan's book people talking about that as well. So if you haven't listened to the Dr mcgarvy cost yet do listen to it. Hi, I'm doing a show in Northampton. You gotta come see me. If you haven't already seen me do this Shakespeare show, I'm doing I'm reading Shakespeare telling the story of my life, but also telling mythic archetypal stories and this law of audience participation. I do a scene from hamlet with a person plucks seemingly around it with random. I don't even know they'll be it's fun mental aspirational clever show if.
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Hello. Thank you for. Joining me. Russell brand on under the skin amazing episode with DA con, the activist filmmaker who's talked a lot about extremists and personal experiences with extremists and finding the humanity with members of the Ku Klux Klan white supremacist. Jihadists, her film credits include white riot meeting in the enemy twenty seventeen when she hung out with why Premacy STS Islam's nonbelievers as the name suggests apostasy jihad the story of his so essentially films that humanize individualize and emphasize connection with people that you might regard as extreme issues won numerous awards, and it was amazing conversation. I just wanted to let you know. The I am at the Bristol old Vic performing be one man Shakespeare show, you'll like it. Get tickets on my website is the Bris low Vic on the nineteenth twentieth. And twenty first. That November and it's north Hampton fear Royal on the four fifth and sixth fifth December. I'm developing smithereens of saints from Shakespeare with audience members, and in monologues chill, the story of my life and took about Shakespeare's pretty good, actually, come and see me doing this the account chat. It got the peacock lot quite intense. It went on a lot long, the I'm than I intended it to talked a lot about misogyny feminism Islam, extremism, the ongoing culture clash how to overcome prejudice. And whether there's a possibility I saw of I don't know kind of integrate each transcendental experience that brings us all together. I found it intriguing and in formative beguiling and of boiling to check it out. And let me know what you think and remember to review this podcast. It really helps me if you give it five stars wherever the hell you listen to it. Godless. If you're. True feelings never connect you.
"russell" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Hello. This is Russell brand. Thanks for joining me on under the skin will, you know on the interest listening to it. But your participation is necessary. In fact, if you don't listen to it doesn't even exist. If you wanna see me, do my Shakespeare show have a look at my website or social media feeds because I'm performing in Bristol and Northampton alive show, which I know you will enjoy today, I'm going to be talking to David Rudolph made famous as the public defender who defended Michael Peterson in the Netflix documentary. The staircase a phenomenally successful documentary is a really great conversation really enjoyed a bit more about it. But but I coming up of the next few weeks and under the skin with go in views with DEA com. Tony Robbins, dick on his that she hung out with your hat, Eason clansmen and stuff. She's pretty amazing. Tony Robbins, the personal development speaker blind boy out of the rubber bandits Mariane Williamson the loss of our personal develop. -ment person. Low key the Rapa eat, bloody good Gabor, my them. Lattes? Happy pair from Ireland coming up soon also J shy retina Swamy to raise a chilling Candice Owens and a lot of people from as I say across the political spectrum. Some interesting characters you go check under the skin you subscribe to under the skin you stay with under the skin now onto David Rudolph. I found it to be very warm charismatic and lovely man, like a lovely womb Brown eyed uncle I actually didn't want him to go. He was most luminated on the staircase on the concept of Justice. More broadly, not only criminal Justice, but social Justice. Our hope you enjoy this put cough is a good one. Let us know what he thinks of us on social media sealer. It's time front of the skin achieve equality with the cavalry. He's not successful. That's exactly right era. Where turns out we're never. Walks, but Neath the surface of people we have mild for the ideas that the financial strength. We are told welcome to Russell brand under this game. Thanks, listen to under the skin. I'm here with David Rudolph. David, I mean, it will be a rare interview indeed that doesn't commence or at least to some degree attempt to exploit and under and understand your relationship with the Michael Peterson. Stack case component of your career. I suppose this is no different. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. Appreciate that by show. How'd you prefer would you prefer the plow into the staircase or tried to get a better understanding of you as a human being the innocence isn't a lawyer a storyteller that has to construct an appealing story a story of this more peeling to a jury than the other story, regardless if truth, I think a lawyer is not just a storyteller. A lawyer is the writer of the producer the actor the editor of the entire narrative. So it's putting together a play. If you will that is presented in court. So I don't think that the truth as truth necessarily is ever presented in court. Room. I think what you get is an approximation of truth because you're depending on people's recollections, your your depending on people's biases and prejudices in what they remember..
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"Thanks for listening to under- the skin with me Russell brand in this episode on talking to Charles Eisenstein. I like Charles Eisenstein a law. He wrote a book called sacred economics, which postulated different economic models were, which would I suppose revolution rainy talks about some of those in this podcast ideas such as negative interest this of now more popular certainly in in internet world, universal credit ideal. Was it universal basic income, no universal credit as controversial. British welfare ID. So he's an interesting cat. You know, he's a Yale trained professor of economics who's gone rogue through psychedelics and what I would call enlightenment stiff to save these kind of things during the interviews and the podcast themselves. But I go very good feeling from this man that he had some radical and interesting ideas are genuinely about changing the world because as we discussed in the interview itself, if the only ideas that make it into the mainstream or ideas that do not affect the interests of the powerful, we cannot meaningfully change the world for the powerless. I introduce episode. Thanks trying to achieve equality with the election of Calgary, not successful, that's that's exactly right. Where turns out we were never the ball park. Walks beneath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the financial history we are told welcome to Russell brand and this game. Welcome to under the skin with me Russell brand and Charles Eisenstein Charles, I wanted to speak to you for well, because I read sacred economics at the time that I myself was writing a book called revolution and. It was a book that was mostly about passion and feeling and love an incentive injustice. And it's very difficult to find ways of because the first thing that happens when you say changed the world is people say what's going to replace these systems that have organically evolved or evolved as a result of so much human endeavor? What better ideas of you got an remember thinking, sacred economics you'll is that was that your first book was my first book but define book. It was I book that you wrote them everything in his ideas. In here the real alternatives. Can you talk us through to refresh my memory and to Papp's illuminate our listeners, some of the themes and ideas that defined sacred economics. Yeah. So I'll just maybe even take a step back and say that I did present some ideas that would would fill the expectation that you were talking about about, okay, well, what's going to replace it? So I kind of said, okay, this could replace it this, this, this, and, and here's how it would work in. Here's why it's not just some idealistic fantasy, but it could actually be practical. I went into a lot of nitty-gritty, economics and still. It was unsatisfied to me because. I think that that the solutions are out there already in have been for a long time and that the problem that we face today is not that we do not know the solutions. We know the solutions, but we don't know how to get there. And I, in the book I out lined some ways that I think that transition could happen to me. I'll mention a couple of the solutions, negative interest, economics, de growth, economics, universal basic income. Infusing the spirit of gift into the money world, which doesn't mean just changing our attitudes about money as if it were some neutral energy, but to. Embody the changed attitudes in the structure of money itself, which really means the structure of capitalism. And this is one of the false debates that run our society, say, capitalism vs socialism, but but what capitalism is depends on what capital is and capital money and properties..
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"Hello and welcome to under the skin. In this episode, the thirst episode of season to thank you for joining us by the white all be to continue Val now Harari who scarcely needs an introduction, but you know, do do introductions. Thanks to those people will just be wandering onto stages or into audio, Spacey's announced in Nevada, Harari wrote, but could sapiens which was recommended to me name drop by Damien Hirst and he told me about it. You know, Harari's theory was that our capacity to narrative is as a homo sapiens was what distinguished us from the other humanoid ape like creatures that roamed the earth, hundreds of thousands of years ago and led to our Premacy. And indeed the book sapiens dis- tells both stories along with many others. Subsequent books continue on those lines of sometimes destroy pick, you know, with the advance of technology. I hope you enjoy the conversation that you've ow. And I had about power the organization of power potential for change price of interview with just on a talk together, a skull in south London, and I was very mindful that we were talking in front of an audience of hundreds of kids. Many of whom were concerned about his visions for a future in which many of the jobs that they would be anticipate and will be taken by machines. It's an interesting chat. I hope you enjoy it. Jeevan quality with the election of Calgary. He's not successful route that that's exactly right in this era where it turns out we were never the boss. Walks beneath the surface of people. We have mile from the ideas that financial history. We are told welcome to Russell brand and did this game. You've Al. Thank you so much for joining me onto the skin. No, it's to be Reagan since we last spoke, your life has changed. I would. I don't know how you change. Certainly from the perspective of another person exchange because your books have become much more popular. Yeah, we all like traveling all over the world. We have no bit less time to ourselves a bit less time to research, but you know, it's glued when your work is appreciated. So I don't complain. When you say we, you mean you and your husband? Yeah, me and my husband. It's a quiz. Like, you know, the genius of behind the scenes had humane unique. These ideas. I mean that you know, lots of people writes good books that nobody ever heard about. So you know, I just know how to ride the books but to actually get them to people. I mean, you don't want just to speak up. The also wants to be heard, and it's a different talent to to be able to reach a wide audience than just to. Come up with these interesting ideas. What decisions do you think it's 'cause made the of men that your ideas have been more not on a fire of first agent, terrible job and find much better agents. And you know, insist on getting the right contacts and the right events like Joni like this to to to the UK get so many invitations. So you know choosing to do a podcast with you and not with, you know, fifty other potential. It's it's the right choice. I don't know how to make these choices. I basically just would say yes to everything and wouldn't have no life at all. He would just lie supine an allow all opportunities rain on you, light wine. That's one way of describing it. I just I'm not very good in, you know, negotiating and making all these kinds of practical decisions. So in a sense, a relationship is a hull and you contrbute some qualities, the relationship, your husband, contrbute others, the relationship can be seen as over an ecology that comprises you both. You know, it's a very, very old model to combine the family unit with the kind of economic unit. So a thousand years ago, maybe we would have had a herd of goats together or a weak field together. And now we do books and publications together paps. It is in fact, I am an old and more natural model than the extraction of the professional from the familiar. Would you say it's different? You know, it has its advantages and disadvantages, but it's it's a. Quite a common model still in in quite effective. Yes, it seems to be working for you. Certainly you've, I'd like to mention the, we've just come from a school. The Lilian Baylis SCO, doing an event where interviewed you in front of a group of young people..
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"Trajectory the i mean the other interesting area that that in this is is the modern ideas of love are about satisfying yourself yes whereas the old idea of love was you live you surrender yourself to someone else and it's thrilling but frightening because you you give yourself up and that kind of love has disappeared it will come back you say your love for me a little bit like that you're a bit lack of a modern archive troubadour making wonderful i know that happened was in some dedicate it to me could have been called hyper russell brand is asian cut this gradually remember i love you you caught safe funny accent like a schoolteacher agreed to come by maybe pilloried with confusing laugh go to pitch it i would watch you can't watch them up and show russell already last week's show snakes oh actually i'm look while i want to get from you is this now what you just said is like someone's going to make headway in the political sphere and you know obviously like shoe will be me is like someone will know how close that gap between the solid cystic circuitry self obsession you can't this world out here they were forced put you can't put the genie back in the bottle you just can't then the individualism is here to stay it's it's part of the future what a politician the future who's going to change the world will do is somehow allow people to still feel they're individuals yet at the same time will say if you come together we can actually transform the word and something extraordinary an and it will be thrilling but it will also be frightening and take them into that what no one's managed to do it the moment what's happened is a lot of the managerial systems have managed to make people feel they're individuals but manage them and we've got transcend that i mean i think it may somehow come out the internet in some way or another because he's a mass communication all often and it can create constituencies globally defined by geography steaks and all the technologists the engineering people who dominated applying engineering model to an engineering models are about feedback and they say they constantly read you in the past and feed more back to you it doesn't have to be like that but it needs what it needs is a content of vision of the future.
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"Welcome to under the scheme with me russell brandon which i ask watts beneath the surface of people with mild of the ideas that define out time and the history that we are told today show he sponsored by my book recovery which is a good book inning getty on amazon's pre cheap at the moment check out ozeki can get the audio book which is me talking a book directly into your mind get that on audible do kenny is a good book you change the way you think and possibly hopefully the way you feel bob now it's time for under the skin welcome john to the scheme russell brand my guest today is andy putter com and is the cofounder and voice of the head space app in his early twenties midway through university degree in sports science and he might the unexpected decision to travel to the himalayas to study meditation instead it was the beginning of a 10year journey which took him around the world culminating with all the nation as is the band buddhist monk in northern india his transition back to normal life in two thousand four so i'm training briefly at moscow state circus before returning to london to complete a degree in circus arts with conservator of some drama whilst drawing up the early plans for what was later to become head space while come and data under the skin thanks russ even though under the skin in this instance is taking place in your studio way you ideally well welcomed has pace thank you very marchers very generous of you to we've never done this before and under the skin we've always recorded.
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"Welcome to under the skin with me russell brand they show is sponsored by book i have written code recovery which is available now you can order on amazon you can also get the audio book and get on aldabo as proof was ways you can get it really good cooper i'm proud of it check out also come see me on to a rebirth very good shower proud of this as well i took about it a little bit in these forthcoming episode in leicester on december the sixth newcastle for a for december and brixton on december the 19th he won't take hisaca russell brandcom now it's time for others trai han kirch mishra is it a historian a novelist and his recipient of y'all universities wyndham campbell literature prize born in north india whose work as appeared in the new york times time the guardian and the independent and his books include an end to suffering the buddha in the world from the ruins of empire and his latest i each of anger a history of the present which explains how the why to embrace of mass politics technology and the pursuit of wealth and individualism as cost billions of drift and the demoralised world welcome to the show pankaj thank you for kindness thanks for having me what i know of your work suggests to me that you are addressing themes that have it interest did us on under the skin and driven us who bought owner cute scale your asset trying to address their the essence of what we've been trying to tackle on a.