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Helping Others During Lockdown

Mentally Yours

09:09 min | 2 months ago

Helping Others During Lockdown

"Save welcome to mentally oils. Thank you thank you for having me event. Thanks for coming on. So you're wanted with the Samaritans held on if you've been working with them actually not long about two years. I started doing it when I start work and I'd worked in a very busy high pressure job. That really left no room for anything else and when I stopped doing it uh suddenly thought I really would like to investigate Samaritans And it was thought that just came out of a clear. Blue skied at know. Why but it did I discovered that was a branch quite near me and I went to the information evening. I was really impressed with what I saw. And Went straight into the training and at all it all the way through. I was thinking if I feel this is quite right. You know just stop. It's fine but I never once felt it wasn't quite right and I've never felt wasn't right since And I look forward to shifts at Shelly. I find them really interesting and ment- mentally you know mentally stimulating and So I have no regrets about about volunteering tool. I think it's incredible. What am on the podcast. We always refer people to some of the end just because some people might have been Things come up if speaking about difficult issues and it's it's really fantastic to know that the Samaritans that just to listen in to have chats what sort of things that you deal with On a daily basis in terms of chatting to people oh my goodness Coolest issues are like snowflakes. There are two that are the same Era kind of broad categories that they can fall into such as `isolation loneliness mental health issues. Physical Health Issues Worries about work will finance family could be violence or abuse or things Those are very broad categories and when you to king to Kula it's completely incredible unit. You Cou- you couldn't you couldn't make up what some people have to go through And everyone everyone is different before Marson. I went to newspapers. And I thought I'd seen and heard do. But I realized when I when I became a smash in that hadn't even scratched the surface of what goes on in people's lives on a day to day basis. It's been very illuminating. Have you seen things change during the epidemic? Because I'm sure this Martin's being inundated during the stressful time interesting. We'll always inundated to be perfectly honest Shift and you take a cool and he put the phone down and immediately rings again. This just never any less up the calls. Just keep coming through and it's the same now And we have had a category added to the categories that we deal with one being covered. How the in my own experience of doing shifts through the lockdown I haven't had any cools specifically about Kovin. And when I think about it. I think that possibly mental health when it comes to mental health. It's a little bit like physical health. So people who have mentioned Cova to me have also go other issues. So it's a bit like you have underlying issues and then code and the challenges of coded Sorta the exacerbate these issues as it has done with physical health unit so the people who were suffering most with covert was the people who had underlying issues. And that for me. in the cools. I've taken has been the case. That people have got issues going on in their lives. May they may be prone to depression. They may be feeling very lonely. Anau lockdown has sort of those issues into much sharper focus. I haven't had anyone cool specifically about vid frightened of that actual many peop- law I think a lot of people to listening to the Picasso's probably relate to that because just vanik totally sort of from friends and even family who have sort of long-term half the she's Winstons if you sort of have anxiety General anxiety disorder that sort of become west because of to defensive in my case bipolar disorder in. They've been issues in terms of getting medication. Because of Kovic so it is also give lots of things become west sort of people yes I admit rishton about the unnaturally People with mental health issues and depending on how acute those mental health issues all often have quite a good comprehensive support cap package in place with the NHS and because of social distancing and because of not being able to see people face to face the many people with mental health issues. That support system has evaporated actually during lockdown. And we do. We do see people calling us because they can't any longer speak to that key worker. Will that support worker And Yeah I think I think it's. It's very difficult for people in that situation. Because the the package they used to be able to rely on. Isn't there the same thing happens a bit Christmas and Times like that holidays? People are away and doing other things. And it's a bit like that with lockdown some Jim Peas and mental health. Wise are offering example. Counseling defy laptops obsessions over the phone. I think it's probably pros and cons. Who Different people? I think some people find that helpful. Princeton's if you're depressed you might find easy to just sort of pick up the phone chat someone not she go into a surgery but then as he signed for a lot of people. If you're used to seeing the same pass in face to face it can be quite difficult to get used as a new way of talking to them or if together. I think doing what they can where they can. I think I think doing an incredible job. But it's inevitably gained be a bit patchy and maybe you'll key worker has to a self isolated is an can't be there for you I also had another cooler. He couldn't go to church for her. Church was a vital part of her of her weekly routine really was a point where she saw to touch base every week with the community that went to Sch- and suddenly that was taken from her and that was very hard So yeah it's it's people are finding that that regular support system has been taken away and therefore it leaves you feeling very on anchored and bit A little bit out of balance and I think there's no question that lockdowns been huge adjustment for all of us in. Its massive. What what has happened? In the last few weeks countries come to a standstill lutts huge. And you can't pretend it's no huge. It will have an impact on all of us to one degree or another. You know someone must have more resilient than others But you know being less. Resilient is not a sign of failure it is just the person you are and you may need some support and certainly smartened serve to support anybody. Who is struggling through this time?

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Edie Falco, 'Tommy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:44 min | 3 months ago

Edie Falco, 'Tommy'

"Are watching. Tommy on CBS. Because it starts my guest today eighty. Falco a welcome. Thank you see. I didn't want to introduce you with that long list of your credit. So Gosh that would just take almost any Golden Globes things you know you should have a whole necklace or embracing the bat but here you aren't Tommy Palang. The chief of police. Somebody had to do it. You put a cop before we probably in is where the war right The chief I know right now crazy. They apparently thought I could do it. Here am why. Do People think you could be charged? Apparently that is a common misconception about my kids there is nobody less worthy of that That there's nobody no my kids anybody's kids are never going to think of you as anything to really you know on the earth or you're in charge more you're going to do that but explain to the world out there. That hasn't watched it yet. Who Tommy is. She is the chief of police in Los Angeles herself as a New Yorker next Nypd COP and She finds herself sort of on the other side of the country and leading a group of people. She doesn't really know in the city. Sch Isn't completely familiar with and that's how we start. You might as well be in your top two because that's where you live. Yeah it's where I live. So they said what? Well they I you know I I get stuff sent to me and I read it to see if I'm interested. I don't I'm not interested much these days. Which worries me? I don't know what has changed but I read the vendors movie. Yeah we're working on please. I know you do have a fifteen year old son so it would be. It would give me an in with him that I don't presently hat but I read the script for Tommy and I thought it was very good but it takes place in La. And so. I put it aside sadly and then My manager came back to me and said well what if they were shoot in New York and I thought he was. Just you know it was a pipe dream and then turns out they ward and they did and we did you go. Well decide to remake the thief of Bagdad. It'll be shot west West village which is can get it done. So what's this I hear about that? You travel with a van filled with pomp. The Art Department is the scenic. People are really they get their long before we do show up there and their palm trees in front of the House and all of this very colorful foliage. When we're all in Parkas you know I don't know but I buy it and I know we're not in La. But I I walk up to the Seine. I'm like wow very impressive to strike. I still do but they were able to pull it off and we do a lot of interiors so that could be anywhere but you bring Your Own New York Ness to this party. I that's great. It fits in the character. Does everything people look at you like they look at me or anybody else's in New Yorker when we go to La. What's the matter with you? Why are you wearing black and white? I don't understand stuff. They hired me so you didn't even go there for like one. We had one day. I shot one in L. A. And we got a lot out of it because I was up on in Griffith Park or something where I was someplace to. They got lots of long view pictures of us in La just to Kinda Cement. The location think it's only fair. I see enough movies that are supposed to be in New York. That are shot in Vancouver and I go way it. That's up late clean on we. Just don't do at all. That's right time. Tommy herself as a character is is to me wonderfully complicated. Oh good all really messed up. And I'd love to see this woman who's in charge be like all of us when somebody says you have authority over this like we all delude ourselves. Who are parents that we have with authority for their right but she she had a messed up marriage her daughter and she don't have the best relation right? Her husband's an actor right. Oh my God. Can I mistaken you? Imagine and she's a lesbian looking for love in Los Angeles while being the chief of police data enough for you to have roll camera to that one but yeah she's got up and who doesn't mean. We all have all thinkers. I think people are ready to see that you know complicated people with complicated lives. And how we're GONNA handle it and so what? I think I like most is that she does see as her priority to kind of get this police department in shape even knowing that there's going to be pushed back the men that she's a female she doesn't know anybody she hasn't necessarily earned her place in that precinct. She knows they're going to be people who are not happy about that nonetheless. You show up ready job and makes that the priority and how these other things fall into place kind of what we hope people will come back to see. But whenever I've talked to you about your life here in New York you've always said to me. You know what I love to do on terrified. Stay to I'm John Cancer. You know my my sign and homebody. Just don't WANNA go anywhere. I win every place and I did so during your whole doubles years. That's right apparently out in the world but yeah I love being home. I have a home. That's comfortable and I love my kids and my dog's my friends come over. I don't know yes. I go out occasionally but I love being home and I love especially working these very long days and coming home to my house in my bed and my loved ones. You know what's important everybody's there everybody's there and even if they're not always happy to see the look of disgust on their faces when I when I recognize. I'm it's do. They comment on your performances. No I I. I'm not entirely sure. They know what I do and I'm completely on. They must've at least watch. I know my daughter said so. The shows on Thursday nights. I said Yeah. She goes We don't have to watch it. Do we know Mace. I won't make you watch kind of worked on it. Because she was onset so much. My daughter almost twelve worked on it. Yes many way would make me laugh. They are endlessly. Funny my kids. Yeah and that's what keeps us all going. Oh for sure. You may not look like you at a spa but that's You know I can't remember totally my life before them. I can't even doing with my time was was it the children when you adopted was the son. The first one was that. What changed everything for you. You know there were a lot of little things along the way. The decision to adopt him was was huge. And then I was talking to somebody recently about the moment they hand you your child who is over or is it like the get to see the baby. I it's every say that one no of course you have no idea. It was connected to this birth mother. Well in advance of her giving birth so They actually handed me my trial. And I'm looking at this little thing. Yeah it's huge and your life changes. It just changed national. Who I thought was like. You're leaving like you guys were the book. He was very nerve wracking. The whole ride home. My friends were in the back looking at him in his seat. Like all right. Yeah No. He's still he's still good. It's really really nerve wracking. But I think every parent goes so. I don't WanNA kill this baby. Try because you can't. This can't be happening to be out to do it. I changed my mind. None of that's allow no. That's the thing is the relentlessness of the whole the whole procedure. I think it's good for us. Well I think it's good for everybody because it's going to happen. It's going to totally if you are huge and wealthy and can hire a nanny for every half day. It's still your cake and the ad may know you're the one you're the one and you're responsible and you did everything wrong and you know that right. Once they're able to talk it's on you. It's so different for Tommy. Because she comes in. She didn't have this relationship with her daughter. Stayed back in with her dad and it was and you're doing this and and trying to find so here it is all these years later. My daughter has a daughter on on the show. And so we're what? Where can we start from you know? Do we try to go backwards and repair? Can we start from where we are? I mean it's all the questions that I guess one would have in a in a situation like that or do I just walk away you know. Is this something that can't be fixed. You know again complicated. Yeah who wants to well? Maybe people do especially in this. You're dealing. This show is dealing with things that were living with every day and immigration. The first episode is there Sexual misconduct right is right. There in fact it was. Tommy that had problem right war and then in the last episode that I'd seen it was about a Hollywood producer. Rice was happening. So do you have input into this. What's going into these scripts? You know what I could I it's been made very clear to me that I have as much input as I want. But I'm so busy doing the stuff that I do. That and we have a stable full of writers that are so creative and interesting and interested and talented suddenly. We're all sitting. I just referred to them as livestock. I'm not sure I didn't mean it like you. The whole group lovely normally humans sitting in a room didn't the story and you look at it and do you go into the stable and say the hell is death if they took this. I look at it if I look at with. Yeah you'd never do that either so you can do it. We have to give me that. I haven't done someplace somewhere you know is is the prison warden. Carmelo is like basically running that house too bad for Tony that any of that happening. I let him maybe total mass but what she's in the hospital we don't think of her diction we think she knows what she's doing as messed up she is. What is it about you that everybody thinks he is take charge? She knows what you do it. Every minute of the hold the will of all the is so what not. You're not how do you deal with all the characters that you've played before when the public when they see you is going to remember one or the other of them vividly? The amazing thing I've discovered at this point in my life is I can't control anything that happens with anyone else so if they are coming at me with a memory of some other character I played. I hope they will let go quickly or they won't be able to Follow the new story that we're all telling you know It is a huge honor to think people look at me and think. Oh I watched that show that you were on whatever but being an actor you change all the time who you're playing in what part of the story you are participating in and You know so I hope people are able to let it go and and look at look at the new stuff. Where do they go in your head? Do they live with you? I'm sure they do you wake up some days and there's a lot of now that they're long gone so you don't need any therapy then it's okay that's a whole other. How much time we got about the role. No no no. No no no. That's also twenty years ago. We started it twenty years ago. Sopranos And then Jackie was whatever I don't however many years ago that was time passes in wants to Kinda I take off the nails and the jewelry and all that stuff she goes away. You didn't save inning of her. Wardrobe tying the wardrobe. No I was. I was happy to move past that. I kept a couple of things from the house and I didn't keep her fingernails wardrobe. Something you'd be in the mood for US.

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The Truth About the Trump Economy

Phil's Gang

05:49 min | 5 months ago

The Truth About the Trump Economy

"We're told by president chart Canada's front there's a big fat ugly phony bubble he gets in the office now it changes soon is is the best economy ever you can't have it both ways now I understand why he's pushing that did you want to get reelected but he knows this is not a good economy first of all how can it be a good economy when the earnings profits have dropped okay from the first quarter of two thousand ninety were minus office where would it what what there was no profits okay in fact if you take what profits there were when you hear them talk about profits profits the S. and P. two stocks made up thirty percent of the profits of the whole SMP to Microsoft and apple this humble we really terrible at is nuts think about thirty percent okay of the so called profits to companies out of five hundred what do you not sure but here's something different in this year's on us of a falling four flags negative housing starts which we have negative pending home sales we we just got new home sales are down for the fourth fifth month in a row native durable goods orders we have that but here's the Big Boy deals inverting you know what deals are doing today you're not gonna hear the fake business the the the fake visitors that works on you this they don't want you to focus on each there's two basis points mon between the three months and the ten year Monday it was twenty five basis points is not ours it's flattening radiate ready to turn in hours the three months that one if you get a three month treasury to its one point five six you get it goes down there to get a ten year treasury long term it's only one point five eight it went from twenty five basis points spread now to chew when it turns it is what they call the Oakridge flattening and then in verse one a three month becomes one point five eight and a ten year because one point five six fifty fifty percent of the time you run into a recession every time you run into a crash corporate gadget an historic his sched dork fifteen trillion dollars that's a huge that's that's just a huge yet another problem for these companies they use most of their cash normally they keep on hand these most other cash to buy their own stock back to create member the more stock a buy back to last years they have outstanding instead of their stock it is that if you have a stock at ten dollars they are bad earnings coming in no profits the stock supposed to go from ten down to let's say seven instead it goes from they can make it go from ten up to up to a thirteen how can they do that easy they get the money from the fed's low interest rates almost no interest rate and they buy their fifteen million shares a buy one million says that a fifteen million shares spreading earnings over the spread over one million over fourteen million then the next court do the same thing spread over thirteen and the more they reduced shares the stock price goes up instead of going down and that's what they've been doing but that but here's the problem you should be worried about that people search to see just since since two thousand and nine have stayed out of the market they've been third their brokers a total and put a stop to the go go to the bond market going to bother to play it safe what do you know each match what you missed what you missed we had a gain of over four hundred percent now this is interesting this is Maria show today even with the twenty two trillion dollars in debt markets don't seem to care let me remind you that this week is the ten year anniversary of the market the market bottomed out in March of two thousand and nine after the worst financial recession in a generation and it's a three hundred percent in that ten years and then she went on to say how so many people should stay out of the market now what you're saying is this is the anniversary okay all right so how do we go from two thousand nine a market crash the seneschal up four hundred and sixty percent doesn't sorry because of the stock buybacks but the stock died they actually killed the economy because I tell you all the time when you do the stock buy backs the CEOs buying back their own shares they steal the money from the workers so the workers getting wage increase they steal that money and they do it so they can buy their own shares back is their own showers are tied to stock price so the stock price goes up without profits they get very very wealthy in their biggest shareholders and the poor worker he gets

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Google rolling out Focus mode with schedules, breaks for Android 9 and 10

Daily Tech News Show

03:05 min | 7 months ago

Google rolling out Focus mode with schedules, breaks for Android 9 and 10

"All right? This is pretty pretty interesting. We'll see if it's something we want to use. Google focus mode is out of Beta and available for users of android Ten and android nine pie focused mode. Let you blacklist apps you find in distracting so when in focus mode they get great out and shut down in the background attempts to launch them. And give you a pop up reminding you that you are in focus mode keep on task basically The Second Tapa launch them. So it doesn't take much to get attacked. He launched the mode can sched-. Excuse me schedule to turn on automatically. It includes an option to take a break from the focus mode for five fifteen or thirty minutes. I was so we were talking about before or the show it's like. Is this something that that we use and I think that there are a lot of similar type services that are designed to help you stay on task like you said Scott. AH or stand up every once in a while you know you're smartwatch might buzzer you that kind of thing. I could see me using something like this. Maybe at the end of the day because I've already kind of shut the Internet off. Maybe I'm kind of looking through something on my phone in bed or something like that and I just really don't want to get sucked back in because I'm already kind of done anyway. During the day I know myself and I think that if I get distracted and you know it tells me well. No you're in focus mode it'll be like I knew that and I want to bypass this because you're not the boss of me. I'm sorry I was distracted by looking for focus mode in my pixel four. which apparently really isn't there for me yet? I'm a little curious. It's supposed to be in the digital wellbeing settings under a sub menu called ways to disconnect to investigate investigate. Why that's not there later but yeah I? This is not something that I feel like I need to have and I think it's because when I'm using being my phone I've managed notification so that I don't really have notifications that bother me and when I'm wanting to focus on something I'm usually not using my phone. I'm I'm not using my phone for that kind of stuff. I'm using a laptop so I feel like maybe I just fall outside the parameters of the need of this. I don't know I was going to of say something similar. I don't know I can't case needed actually needed in the desktop environment because the problem with a sort of multitasking os on a desktop is that there are windows everywhere. And there are tabs within those windows and there's a million other things running at the same time and won all tabs enough to have you. Oh Oh I forgot running. Let me go over there for a minute and get distracted. Now you're off to something else else. That's kind of a problem for me and I wouldn't mind more. Desktop reminders would do this sort of thing but on phones I'm either in it to use it or decided not to use sorta from reading a book. I've turned off notifications anyway. Because that's the only real focus mode. I need otherwise my phone is to let me know about notifications or stuff stuff to distract me from what I'm doing so I'm notified of something so I don't know if it's for me either but I would there's got to be you've got to have a throng of people in your audience will call right in and and say here's the ten reasons I would use this and I'm ready for it now and I'm really curious to hear those.

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"sch" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"sch" Discussed on WWL

"You save even more the promo codes Ramsey sched Sheena is in Georgia what advice do you have a twenty four year old female going alone to buy our first car drive my dad's ninety four Cameri for years are now that I'm moving out I'll need my own I make thirty thousand dollars here's hoping to keep my budget between three and six thousand I'm leaving Georgian twenty twenty want to worry about getting ripped off by a manipulative salesmen are getting a bad car that will be costly and maintenance you are a very wise twenty four year old I'd like you you have the gift of cynicism it's a wonderful gift that's called wisdom so I think just the fact that you realize that this isn't a distinct possibility means you are probably a force to be reckoned with so I suspect they're gonna you don't walk and talk and act like a victim and people could smell of victim including the structures on the on any in any particular business car business no exceptions so the fact that you walk in there and you act like a little bit you know what you're doing in your real suspicious that's going to bode well for you you can take it you can talk to a local mechanic and ask them what they would charge you to give a quick look over for you most of time a charge twenty fifty Bucks somewhere in there fifty two hundred dollars to give you a quick look look at the belts and make sure the main parts are working on a six thousand dollar car you can do that take your dad with your pastor with you an elder in a church with you something like that whoever you've got the don't walk with you over there they may not be smarter than you are but you're right to recognize a sexism does exist on the car lot occasionally and so on just the fact that a male was standing there does make a difference it shouldn't but it does so you're wise to recognize that this is the Dave Ramsey show business leaders if you're not using linkedin jobs you are missing out our Ramsey solutions company page on linked in has over one hundred thousand followers that's over one hundred thousand potential like minded people our team communicates our current openings to we also post on linkedin jobs because we know the right person will have an impact on our company for years to come and linked in jobs matches the right person with the right job it's no.

When It's Difficult to Physically Stop a Child's Behavior

Janet Lansbury Podcast

17:40 min | 10 months ago

When It's Difficult to Physically Stop a Child's Behavior

"The first question i received an email dear chatted. Thank you so much for your podcast another materials. You're so generous with your time. I know oh i've learned so much not only about parenting and my child but also through this wonderful parenting experience myself i am grateful. I do have have a question. My child is two and a half an obviously has all the corresponding behaviors d._a.'s sweep berry intelligent amazingly verbal and expressive and also very very physical. It's sometimes easy to forget that. My child is only two as you sometimes feel. You're speaking to a four year old that said of course there are the usual all two year old struggles which can be seemingly incongruous but of course are entirely age-appropriate. My question is about physically intervening as you suggest i have some physical challenges that make it hard to hold hands to stop a hit for example or physically move us to another location in the event of a public tantrum tre of course my smart kid has figured out that it's easy to lash out on days when i'm physically unable to deal and this hurts us. Both i don't know what to do. Although because clearly words aren't enough. I tried to search your archives for posts about disability but didn't find anything easily. Am i missing something any advice as for me and other disabled parents out there. Thank you so much for your precious time well i. I just want to say that it's absolutely my pleasure is your to be able to share something that might be helpful to other parents and i am grateful to to be able to do that and i love. This parent says through this wonderful parenting experience. She's learning about herself. That's what this journey can be about and that's what i've felt to about learning this way of being with children. It's been healing for me. It's been enlightening and it continues. Were never done learning about how to relate to these. These important people in our lives so now to her question. What do we do when we know our child seems to need a a physical intervention of some kind they need help in that way and we can't really do it the way we'd like to what matters is first of all prevention and we can't always prevent these incidences of course this isn't to feel guilty or that. We're doing something wrong long if they still come up but sometimes we can do more about prevention than we might believe one way of doing that is by tuning running into our child and understanding their rhythms and what kind of situations might be difficult for them doing things like like shopping earlier in the day when our child has fresh energy and including them in these errands as much as possible so it isn't just a passive experience areance being careful about stimulation. I also love at the parents says about her childhood a half and it seems like she's speaking to a four year old sometimes times yes. She's noticing how treating her daughter with respect and speaking to her respectfully has taught her all his language sched- and it is even more challenging sometimes to see how little these children are while they've been on the planet for just a couple of years and their ability to self regulate his very very low sometimes they surprise us with their poison their maturity but it will help bus to remind ourselves on a daily basis that this is a very small person who will need a lot of help and the balance that they thrive on can be a lot more sensitive than we might believe. I noticed this all the time in my parent child classes where a a child seems to be thriving in the group playing with other children poised very calm and centered and then the parent gets up up to go put something on the other side of the room for a second or just moves a little bit and that child will seem to completely lose their balance. They're totally totally shaken from where they were and it's always interesting because you feel like they've got it altogether kind of and then he noticed that wow there's a foundation in place here that's allowing them to thrive in that way a foundation of familiarity predictable environment and allowing them to gauge the amount of stimulation by letting them free play and the parent. Is there observing supportive the president so all of those things can matter. I love what susan stiffen has to say about prevention. She uses this analogy analogy of parents needing to be the captain of the ship and she notes the importance of not putting a bunch of icebergs in front of us us to make it harder for ourselves to navigate these situations so i don't know what the specifics might exactly look like for this family or any family or or any child. Each child is different in their sensitivities toward certain types of stimulation but these are things to look out for to help ourselves. Another aspect of prevention is our commitment to what i call an all feelings allowed environment and relationship ship. It's fascinating to me how many of the moments that we miss and i'm including myself here to welcome feelings rather than push push back on them as adults. Most of us have a strong tendency to push back. We don't mean to and we're not doing so harshly harshly or unkindly we forget that children share feelings as much if not more than they share facts so when a child says. I don't like this breakfast that we know that they usually laugh and always eat. Most of us are inclined to say of course you. Do you love pancakes. That's your favorite instead of. Wow today or not keen on that. I'm sorry sorry that's while we've got just letting the feelings be and this is preventative for us in these difficult situations physically that we may not be able to rise up to because the feelings are getting to flow all day long or as much of the day as possible when we remembered that fillings are not facts we don't feel threatened by them as parents and they will ideally all be accepted accepted and welcomed if we don't do that then there can be a buildup in that child. That's going to give us problems later. So on all feelings allowed environment is preventative for those difficult situations also when we understand our child and all children are sort of similar this way at the stage where it can be easy to see when they're in a stress state emotionally hijacked and they're not going to be able well to listen to us or do what we want and their tendency is going to be to fall apart or behave defiantly or obstinately early or they get lost. If we can see this early we can prevent the behavior or get ourselves out of the situation situation with much less physical ability or energy. I don't know at all what this parents disability is but i've worked with parents who have the physical disabilities and they're amazed by how little they actually need to do when they catch things early and come into the situation shen with what i call confident momentum. They're coming in on the wave rather than pushing up against something. That's crashing on them. It's much much easier and requires much less physical exertion or ability and to be able to have this confident momentum with children dron. We need to be able to perceive and frame-they're behavior accurately so the one little clue. I have in this parents note that she might. It's not be completely accurate in the way that she's perceiving her child. She says that she has physical challenges. That make it hard to hold hands to stop hit for example or physically moves to another location in the event of a public tantrum she says of course my smart kid has figured out that it's easy to lash lash out on days when i'm physically unable to deal so this isn't about her smart kid using this disability against turn in these situations. This is not a calculated reasonable centered in this child's cerebral cortex behavior savior what it actually is is that her child is feeling the discomfort that the parent has on those days as when she is physically unable to deal and that creates stress for her child when she sees her parent uncomfortable uncomfortable when she sees her parent in pain when she sees her parents struggling. It's not that she's taken advantage of those situations. It's it's that she's much more uncomfortable in those situations. It adds a lot of stress to her plate. Obviously this isn't as parents fault in any away. It's just what it is but this is similar to when even with an infant we might be changing their diaper but on this day were running late and we have to leave. I mean we have to leave with our child or there's a caregiver coming and we're feeling uncomfortable. Were feeling stressed and what happens. The baby is suddenly much less cooperative. They're stiffening up. They're putting the brakes on us. It feels so unfair right. How come they're doing that when i really need them to cooperate right now so this can go smoothly. I can get this done so i can get out of here but the baby or the toddler or the four-year-old or the six year old any child isn't trying to hurt us his being mean right. They're they're feeling the emotions of at this precious god in their life. That vulnerability that we have is very uncomfortable for children. I i remember a time time when my father and i think i was even almost an adult by then i wasn't adult and my father like fell over like flat on his face in the yard one time time and it was the most horrible feeling for me that my dad just fall over and that he was vulnerable. I needed him to be this rock. I needed him to be this pillar. That's how i thought of him. That's what made me feel safe. On some level it rattles children when we are you're not at our best and why is this important to know because if we perceive a child as figuring out that it's easy to lash out on us and is therefore lashing out on us for that reason that's gonna make it much harder for us to be preventative beyond top of this catch the wave early you be able to ride it in with confident momentum and to also not have some residual feeling of resentment towards her child. I don't know if this parent feels that she doesn't seem to but that makes sense. If we see somebody is taken advantage of us when we're down or when we're having a hard time that's gonna make us resent and that's not going to help us either. So the way we perceive is going to decide the way that we feel and the way hey that we feel will allow us to respond in a helpful way so knowing that our child is not to get us in these moments and also and knowing that we're not gonna get anything that we can't handle especially from a two year old even with physical disability. It's going to be okay even even if we're out in a public place and we need to move our child. Maybe we can wait there and just sort of shield them so that they're comfortable or or maybe we can ask someone. Can you just tell me i need to move. My daughter. Put the worst that happens. There is she. Lets go of for those feelings and has a meltdown there in the public place. It will be less likely to happen if we can feel assured that no matter what we're going to vehicle to handle this situation is it going to be the ideal way of handling it. Maybe not if we can catch it early. We can escort her out with just a hand on her shoulders. Maybe or even just with words if we catch it early enough and if we instead of seeing it as she's lashing out purposely early in some way if we can see it's like whoops. She's gone over the edge here. I'm going to help her and i can. I can be this person then. I can be what she needs and generally. I'm not gonna put myself in a situation where i don't feel that there's some way can handle handle this and then i can proceed with confidence which will then be felt by my child. She will be less likely to go off so it really starts with us and then understanding specifically why my child is lashing out is it just because she's feeling my vulnerability and that's uncomfortable for her when her leaders eaters feeling so vulnerable or are there other things going on in her life better creating stress it will help us to feel on top of the behavior if if we perceive it accurately again and understand where it's coming from sometimes we won't be able to but there's always something there's always a reason that children feel feel the way they do and when they're this age no matter how articulate they are about a lot of things they cannot understand or articulate these feelings these impulses else's that comes later so i wish that i had a special tool or certain thing that she could say but well first of all. I don't no of tool or award <unk> fix this secondly. What's important is our overall perspective and attitude and understanding of of what's going on that will serve us in our relationship with our child for the rest of our lives now just to bring into this other question quickly. I'm not gonna read our introduction but just jump to the chase here. I sent his recently to and has started a serious throwing chapter when i'm alone with him and not otherwise occupied. I'm confident in how to handle this. I stay close but calm. I gauge his energy. I stopped his hand before he throws or pick up what he is thrown and say something like i see you go. I can't let you do that and then move on however i also now have a three month old and a house to run and dinner to make etc so how does my response exchange when my hands are full and he starts testing with throwing he sees that i'm nursing the baby and he's frustrated that he doesn't have my attention or that. My hands are full with dinner and and he starts boundary testing mostly by throwing anything he gets his hands on. Sometimes i will say i see you're throwing your toys and i will help you as soon as i'm done here but that doesn't really seem to make a difference. Sometimes i look at what i'm doing and pretend that i didn't notice so that he might think i'm just not seeing it because i know i can't actually make him. Stop from a distance. Since is this just a phase and the only way out is through. I guess i'm just not really seeing results with my current responses but maybe that's just the chapter. We are in right right now. Maybe seeing results in the way of him. Stopping in the moment isn't the goal and we will just eventually be through this part and the actual goal is really just us that he sees me as unruffled. Please let me know what words to use and how to address behavior when i can't be with them especially when the thing i'm doing and have to do is likely the trigger. You're thank you so much said this barren is very much on the track of understanding what's going on here and her response sounds great that she seems to understand that her child is having a motions about this big transition in their lives how scary that is for him and and that that's causing him to act out so she understands all of this and i would say that i think in a sense this is just a phase as and the only way out is through but i would still look at one of the points that i tried to make with this other parent which is that all feelings allowed environment where he may be sharing some of these feelings masked in other specifics that don't even seem to make sense a lot of the time but where she may a be pushing back a little bit or negating some other feelings that he has some other moments during the day when he's expressing her her that will

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Michael Cohen's testifies before Congress

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Cohen's testifies before Congress

"Special report Cohen testifies capping more than seven and a half hours of testimony with President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, correspondent Manu Raju says the chairman of the house oversight committee Elijah Cummings told reporters that it appears Trump committed a crime while in office appears as referring to the fact of the president was involved in this high sch- money scheme all the way in through the seven twenty seventeen when he was still president. And he was he was president in signing. A check that Michael Cohen produced today for thirty five thousand dollars as part of a series of in payments that were part of that hush money scheme a criminal act in the view of a lot of people a lot of Democrats noting that also that the southern kitchen New York implicated, the president in those crimes and Cohen told the committee. He was pressured by the president to lie to the first lady about those hush money payments, pay to a porn actress who alleged she had an affair with

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"sch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm sure you can think of certain things that happen along the way that you enjoy seeing. And then of course, things that definitely put a damper on the day. WNYC? Shumita Basu is now on the transportation beat and she's been thinking about the commute experience. And she's here apparently play a little game high sch- Amita. Hi, Richard hell's about this game? Okay. It's game. I just made up. I call it favorite least favorite. I introduced it. Earlier this week when I was sitting in for Alison Stewart hosting all of it. On monday. And we spent fifteen minutes of the show inviting people to call in and tell us two things, what's your least favorite thing. And so it's not just a venting session, right? What's your favorite thing about your commute time? He guessed the phone lines were full were. And we got lots of tweets to I wanted to open up the game to our morning edition listeners. But I hear what some people had to say about the worst part of their commute. Is the fact that I leave in the dark at least in the winter months, leaving the dark and come home in the dark, and that just it's really depressing seeing mentally ill people, confused or worse or homeless on the subway. My least favorite site is I'm taking root eighty in New Jersey, and I have to get onto another major highway two eighty seven and my least favorite site is brake lights from all the traffic is backed up interchange. It's awful. I hate it. And let's end on a positive note. Here are some favorite parts calling on behalf of my wife in the car with her one time, and she said, oh, they're in my voters and sure enough, but. About a dozen vultures. And apparently, they hang out near the exit all the time and my wife, really loves, Shannon. When I get into the subway, and there's the walls. All the walls of the subways. I love those usually someone sitting right below it. So directly about that both things that you're looking at them. Poems. Really great. I love seeing which books people are reading right now. But also even more seeing if people just want to be seen reading, you know, favorite thing is after work every shift heading back to the subway on fourteenth street, I stopped at the same Bodega the workers. They're all know my name and just make me feel like a beloved regular. I can relate to that guy who has leave in the dark every morning. Oh, I know you can Richard well listeners tweet yours at WNYC. Or at me, I'm at shoe best sue one favorite one least favorite. Remember you have to have both. And I'm especially interested in thinking about how to make your least favorite part of your commute a little bit better. Maybe you can give ideas for everyone to enjoy their commutes would love to come up with a list. Shumita basu. Thanks. Thanks, richard..

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"sch" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Indra back as we record this the Dow was down six hundred. So we'll be keeping an eye on that. But we also wanted to talk about CBS because they continue to be really bad at dealing with sexual harassment and assault. And there was a pre detailed New York Times. Look at a case brought by Elisa dish coup the daughter from True Lies who's had a big career since then I mean, Dana day, not jump and bull. Michael weatherly. Who is apparently, Richard mole? Right. Exactly. He was on NCIS. And they decided, you know, what the thing about this guy is his so much, raw, sexual charisma. We're gonna give him a show. That's all about six. He's like fifty ish dude and the ED's when the show came out. Whereas like he's going to get you off. Yeah. Exactly like coming because he know for some reason like he's just an expert witness. But he also solves cases. And because Michael Weatherly must have a high opinion of any knows where the Clinton is of sexual powers. He made the show about that. And so this investigation that started after Eliza dish coup like brought her case against them like was very revealing. So the character that she played had to running flirtation with Mr. weather Lee's character, and the producer when she was first hired said that they didn't wanna have any intimacy until the show's fifth season because you know, it was like one of those will they won't they? But then. It's very confident. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, when we get season five, you guys are gonna fuck, right? Yeah. Exactly five seasons. This is the pilot. Yeah. Well, the thing. Was it like mid season, she joins them. No, no. I think, but I think you know, when other TV shows are planned checkers bulls playing chess, you know. I don't have to tell you that shape bowl. But then Michael Weatherly. The star started saying cool things like when Elisa dish coup would come to set. He would say here comes legs. He said that several fast and crew. And then he also said in front of them that he would like to bend her over his leg and spanker. Yeah. In front of the whole cast misbehave in the rate. Now, the mazing thing. Not only do we get an idea of what Michael Weatherly is like from his behavior on the set. But we also get to hear his justification of this behavior. When the investigation was brought Mr. Weatherly said the remark about spanking was meant as a joke. Quote, Ed lived to joke, a classic Cary Grant line from charade or Philadelphia story. And that meant not at all that that was an action I wanted to take. So he's like using like shitty actor improv lingo to justify actually harassing somebody joke. This again, I love people using like that was a joke, but I was doing an ad from his Borno right called creepy. Fucking co worker. Yeah. On power dynamics at one point her character raises three fingers. Like, that's what the script told her today. Yeah. Threesome and in response, Mr. Weatherly said threesome and later because he said it in front of the whole cast and crew a crew member approached her and said with a chuckle on with bull. Can I get in on that threesome with you? Because it was like I think is a good indication of just how the whole CBS thing works is you have these powerful men who like less moon Bez like have people on retainer to give him blow jobs like that. He had actual CBS who just their only job really was to sex. Yeah. And then what was the title? I don't know how the counting department with it. There's a human resources. Yes. Huge red flag there. Yes. Was like. But in this case, you know, Michael Weatherly, the star of their show is just a complete monster to women like publicly, and you know, openly on the set. And so everybody sees that. Everybody's like, oh, this guy's the best crews. Like, hey, I'm gonna make a pass it this break. Principal actor on this film. I'm not gonna miss a threesome bridge. Yeah. Then came the shooting of a scene involving a window Louis van. Mr. Weatherly said he would take Mr. Sch coup to his quote, rip van which yet added was filled with phallic objects and lubricant now we get to again here Mr. Weatherly explanation explaining this. He said the scripted line in that scene was hey, young lady step into my windowless van. I didn't particularly like that line..

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"sch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Congressional races particularly in Orange County and the house flipping over the democratic side. I'm gonna let you go and just analyze what you think is happening. Well, let's first acknowledged that the Senate map looks good for Republican hold. But not nearly as good as it did a couple of weeks ago, we still give an eighty percent likelihood of the Republicans holding the Senate as of our tracking in California and nationwide. We've shifted our overall ratings Bill to the likelihood that the Republicans hold the house is less than five percent now the margins by which the Democrats win the house is up for debate. And I can explain why in California we saw we asked this generic valid question, which is basically saying would you if you were to vote today, would you prefer generic democrat or generic Republican or does it not matter and up until about two weeks ago Bill it was always advanced democrat about six point. It'd held a rock steady for about six weeks, which didn't indicate a Blue Wave in California until the last two weeks and all of a sudden generic. Ballot broke wide open. North north of thirteen to fourteen points advantage democrat, and that advantages held two weeks going strong, which tells us that be win are blowing hard in the Democrats favor going into Tuesday, which means in some of these wobbly races like places like Orange County that are tight within the margin of error. It means that they're likely to flip democratic and not be held by Republicans. Now each case is its own animal. Right. We're doing polling and Dana Rohrabacher race. We did over the weekend. That's an Orange County Sch has been shown by the New York Times and others to be a tossup race. But we've seen over the last two weeks Bill that things in that race are trending toward the Republican incumbent that he probably will narrow we hold on. But you look at a race like Mimi Walters. Susan incumbent Republican next door and Orange County. That is a pure toss up and a personal. And when it's a toss up like that Bill that means that she could be vulnerable to we saw Trump is had his lowest approval rating for the last eight weeks. So we tracked him and in California trumpet, thirty seven percents. All right. So two questions. That's a that's really bad news. If you're a Republican. And here's the question. I have and that's for starters. When you talk about the generic ballot. What percentage of people of the voters simply go down the generic ballot? You know, here's a I know the Latinos Hispanics, do that a lot Hispanic name done, and certainly in certain areas democrat my parents used to do that democrat automatic without even looking at a name what? So how how involved or what percentage is the generic? Well, you got to break that down in two ways. The one question is what what percentage of people just typically vote Cardi wine right on average about eighty five percents. But what generic ballot tells us is how intensely people were clinging to their partisanship in a given election. And so when you get above that ten point spread in either direction that generic that tells you that instead of about eighty to eighty five percent of Democrats, always voting democrat. It means that you might get ninety and ninety five that number is astounding. I'm stunned that eighty eighty five ninety percent basically just vote for the democrat or vote for the Republican just because of party. Yeah. That's that's to any that. I know. But that's that. That is our system because you've got to remember Bill. Most voters are not well informed. They're very low information. And they've got you know, they're not thinking about politics all day like you. And I are and so they go into the voting booth. They maybe look for the democrat. Or if they're particularly pissed off about something like they hate Donald Trump. They wanna send a democrat any democrat for any office. Got it check the Trump Bill. The last thing we check is something we asked us. We do you want to send a member of congress that supports do you want to vote for a member of congress? It supports Trump's agenda or as a check against the president. Or you just don't care almost fifty percent of voters said they want. Their next member of congress to be a check against Trump only thirty three wanted to supported Trump, and it just gives you another indicator Bill that that really people are voting in California based upon Trump. Yeah. Well, that makes sense. And I'm assuming other states based upon Trump also. Now the other direction. So as Trump as he is a Z's going and campaigning for various Republicans. Here's a question. I have for example, we know that his stance on immigration and putting the troops US troops on the border clearly as a play to his base on immigration generation. But my question is eat a win when he goes over the top. You know, I'm gonna bring fifteen thousand troops down to the border, and I'm going to bring helicopter gunships, and let's not forget the aircraft carrier tax force. Then I'm going to bring down is there any overkill where people even who understand him and believe him go, wait a minute. This is crazy or it doesn't matter to those people. Is there any leeway between the two would not. Well, not really what he's trying to do there. It's pretty transparent she's trying to position anchor himself out so far that he generates a ton of earned media coverage and controls the national narrative. And Japan's people who are scared of him a illegal immigration or whatever picture so for him. There is no level of extreme that could be he he needs to reframe the national dialogue in the last week and anchoring that far out and his calculation will only serve to reshift the the conversation Bill. The thing we saw coast to coast in our polling this last over the last week is the generic ballot has broken heavily democrat coast to coast. And here's why white women have broken substantially against the Republicans. And and I've not exactly we don't know. The exact reason why. But I think Trump if he refrains the argument about immigration, he's hoping that he recaptures those white women that are you know, that that are wanna be strong against illegal immigration. I rather than just just like Trump the personality. It's a it's a it's a triangulation. I really at this point Bill. It's not about the house. All right. It's one hundred percent about saving the Senate. If you're a Republican fair enough. All right, John, we'll see you on Wednesday the day after the election where we're going to just look back one day and go, okay. What happened? John have a good one. We'll talk on Wednesday. John thomas. This is KFI AM six forty. Let's check in with Microsoft..

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"sch" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

"So that puts me from now until the third week in November, pretty much with my sched-. It's pretty bad, ask lawn. That's awesome. It's a good pick up. I think I like that. What do you got? Cody? Okay. I got a few things going at the end of this month. Be Lincoln up with my good buddy Brady foster my brother from the marines, and we're going to do a seminar together. He runs canine gonna tactical in jersey, so we're gonna do a decoy. Let's bite work is a next week. Thanks. I don't. I don't have desert with me. She usually she's your. Yeah. Your handler, he's your handler. Yeah, let's she hits the the and let me know when things are happening. But so I have that. I have canine tactical decoy seminar at the end of this month. Then I go up to New York. I actually go to Albany for a Kyle guile Smith's wedding who I'll be there with Jacob. Robinson were on. Yeah, we're in the in the groomsmen for Kyle Smith former. Mar sock, kennel, master trainer. Incredible dog handler works for TSA now, but he's getting married. So I'll be up there for that wedding and in right on the back end of the wedding, all link up with Kim stern for a really big seminar upstate New York street seminar. You can read about it online and then supposed to be a lot of teams there. Lot of decoys there are a lot of great decoys are going to be there run that seminar and then come back down here, continue training with tank, and then start getting squared away to head down a Florida to build some stuff. And then a lot of a lot of a lot of dog training lot of a lot of movement so home. Awesome tank. Thank anything big going on. No, just getting wintrust. Winchester awfully up running up what's been running, but we're, we're, we're ending some. And Magara wing missing and acts amazing. Yeah, headed out to Saint Louis. A couple of weeks again is APD a certification as a decoy. So we get involved in trials there. That's really it. Gonna go. Go help out wherever I can, and that's about it. Josie. We'll go to Sean and then we'll end up with you. Okay, Sean, we just we just finished the next, but like you said, so we are gearing up. Our next big thing is actually art October twentieth on as the animal rescue festival with SPCA. We do a lot. Yes, he's the same as last year. You talked about right on. Yeah. Wow. We got Senator October. Twentieth be fun. That's a big festival downtown furnish birth guys around two s Berg SPCA dot work. Are twenty eighteen vendors, beer vendors. It's going to be a lot of fun. Lot of demos office canine and a lot of pups to to rescue in Dopp. Can we go every Wednesday warning to five key ninety kids do the assessment? Yes. Yes. Well, guys are looking for. We probably have good at you best ones. Yes, right now we've been doing that for a while now over over over two, three years, we've been doing that. So good partners of ours. How's the Texas go? So I'm getting that going. Nick said, I do now territory. Nice. They go in some working on that. I'm thirty days sixty days. I have one hundred twenty so I'm trying to make decisions there and guidance from my peers here at the table that are owners. And so I make it there. Who. Jay z. Just remember there's no such thing as a stupid question. That's a stupid person asking the court. Yeah, or doesn't s. That's right. What do you got Jay z same stuff, man. You know it's a daily grinds daily grind in my shoes. No, and I live for love it. Right awake up to it. No.

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"sch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:08 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Listening to the Glenn Beck program. Yes. In case, you want to be addicted to outrage, here's an eight year old who's not able to do the most normal. Cheerful thing in the world. And that is walk around the block with your dog. Apparently when the little girl got home. And I mean, she was little she got home and the doorbell rang. It was the police mom was called in to to answer a few questions that the police had for her because they had gotten a call about an unsupervised child. The the child was eight she walked the she walked the dog around the block eight. Now this this happened in. Is it will met Illinois? Met Illinois is fifty nine percent lower crime rate than the national average. It's safer than eighty three percent of the cities in the United States. For every one hundred thousand people there are only three point one daily crimes that occur in Wilmot. It's this is not like, Detroit or Chicago. What's your earliest memory of doing something as a kid? I know because we moved to a different house. Before I started first grade. So I had to be in kindergarten. And I know that my mom or my dad had it had to be by mom gave me some money and said, go run up to the corner store and just get a gallon of milk. And I remember lugging that milk back and it being heavy. Six baby seven six probably. Nobody called the police on me. And you're safe. You're safe. What's the earliest memory? You have. Right around that same age, probably moved when we were seven. So it was before that in the old town I lived in. And I remember walking to the corner store all the time. Go to the arcade, six five six seven something like that. And then also I remember walking around with a friend in the center of town have this one memory that I have there, but that had to be in the middle of town. It was had to be a couple of miles from where I lived. I don't remember how we were all over to by the time. I was eight nine we were all over town. We'd ride our bikes anywhere. Yeah. And now people have this this view that. Well, no things are so dangerous. Not no they're not much less dangerous much much less danger. I mean, when I think this all the time when I see a school shooting or something like that. He's terrible things that go on. And I'm thinking, oh my God. My kids are in school in their endanger nets. It's an honest an instant, parental reaction when something like that happens. However, when I went to high school, I was three times more likely to be shot at school actually, four times four times more likely to be shot at school. My kids are today. Four times as likely I was in much more danger. When I went to school. They might kids are when they are going to school. And it's it just doesn't feel that way. But I know we've come way way down the the bulletproof backpacks. They can't keep them. In stock bulletproof backpacks for kids at school. Your four times less likely to be shop today than you were in the nineties. If you're going to school crime at school sch- school shootings, actually down. Eighty percent. That's crazy. Yeah. And I never I didn't feel in danger of a school shooting. I went to high. You know, I did not at all. I think the problem is now is social media is we're seeing all of these little things from all over the country. And so they just feel like they're here. No, no. It's not. And even when they are big things they get fifty times the coverage than they did. And we're there's this. There's three books. I want you to well four counting mind if you're a veracious reader. Typical for you to promote three other people's books. Two weeks before your own book release Einstein. Sorry. Okay. Addicted outrage my book comes out in two weeks. Please preorder addicted outrage, this is I really feel. I was just writing to somebody. I really feel. You know, people have said to me for a long time. Okay. All right. So what's the answer? What's the answer? What's the answer? I feel like we have it again. When I when I first went to FOX when I was at CNN, I was searching for an answer. In that time at CNN. I had done my homework, and I had found progressivism. And I was like that's the answer. That's what's happening to us. And here's how you could combat it, and we did an effective job in combating. And exposing progressivism once it's exposed once, you know, what it is things change. This is even easier to win if it's exposed. But nobody even understands it. Nobody really even gets what's happening. Nobody is talking about it. And it is. So very clear once you know, what it is that if you don't break the addiction if you don't break the habit of shoving back shouting back or getting angry, it's going to conquer us. But once we know it you can win. So please preorder addicted to outrage there's a couple of other books. One comes out just finished it coddling of the American mind by Greg Lukanov and Jonathan height. This is this is so great because it not only makes the case of what's going on. But then at the end, it talks about your children in particular. And it says one of the steps that they take they say there are three great untruths. And these these untruths half to be conquered. First one is what doesn't kill. You makes you. Stronger. Not in today's society. Whatever kills whatever doesn't kill. You makes you weaker. It's we're calling our children. Okay. That that that injustice? It didn't kill you. But don't talk about it. Don't don't don't don't let anybody bring that up. Don't because it'll oppress you even more so whatever doesn't kill you makes you weaker. It's absolutely untrue. Second trust your feelings. No, Luke, don't always trust your feelings. Sometimes you should put the little computer thing down in front of you. Sometimes maybe not, but your feelings, especially when anger is involved can screw up the truth. And the last great untruth is life is just a battle between good people and evil people. Not true. Most people are misguided. Most people haven't really thought things through most people are not evil. Most people on the left are not evil. Most people on the right are not evil. Yes. There are some. But that's not most people. And by teaching and by by allowing ourselves to grab onto well. They're my enemy there Miami. They're evil by grabbing onto that we are teaching our children. That there is there's there's only defeat. We have to defeat the opposite side. There's no room to coexist because you can't coexist with evil. But coming back to the coming back to the eighth the eight year old. You have to encourage your children to go out and do things. We should be encouraging our children we are crippling our children. The big turn in college campuses was two thousand thirteen and the research shows that in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that's when things really changed with parenting. Parenting became a protective order, and that's where everybody started to become way. Overprotective the helicopter parents had been around for a while. But that's when everything started to dog pile, you you had to have a ribbon and a trophy for anybody who even lost nineteen ninety-five will those kids those kids entered college in two thousand thirteen. So those kids entered college. That's why we're seeing this this world where they can't handle anything. They can't handle having an opposing opinion. They they can't handle it. The the opposing opinion. No that hurts my feelings. No. That makes me feel bad. That makes me question something that I believe and that doesn't feel good to me. And that's why you have to literally they're almost nurseries on college campuses, where some of them actually have, you know, nippy, or what do, you know, the the pacifier for college students? This starts with you correcting. This problem starts with you. Saying to your kid. It's ok the neighborhood safe. You have to do enough research to know if the neighborhood is safe or not, but it is most likely safe crime and everything else is way down. There are concerns, but you have a better chance of your children falling into deep trouble online. Then you do have in them walk to the store. So get your kids to ride their bike hits your kids to ride their bikes to school. Let your kid take small risks more and more. My my son. Well, I'm not going to tell you. I'm not going to tell you the whole story because I'm afraid, you know, child services will come down. My son did something that I did when I was ten. He's almost fourteen we were out at the we were out at the farm, and I'll tell you part of it. He drove the big tractor. I mean, we have a big tractor for the farm. He drove the big tractor. And he he leveled the driveway and all of the paths. You know, you take the regraded the whole thing by himself. A big piece of machinery, and I have to tell you part of me was like responsible. I mean, it's a huge piece of machinery, I, you know, I don't know if he's responsible enough. And then I I remembered. I used to do this. When I was a kid. It's it's it's our training that we've been in talk Trinadad and fed all this crap about our children. That they they are not capable. Yes. They are George Washington went out and was serving by himself in Indian territory with bear and everything else with no John had like thirteen or twelve years old. Hello. Your kid can't ride his bike to the course. Of course, they can. And don't let anybody, you know, who I really wanna talk to is. Who is the woman that started the free range children nor skin easy. I love her. I love her. I'd like to I'm at a place now where I really wanna talk to her. She's great, and we actually had her on t- on the TV show while you were out. Oh, did you really? To talk about this eight year old story what she say about this. Well, it's it's interesting. I mean, she she outlined. How ridiculous this is this is in her own hometown. That that happened. Yeah. Her where she grew up, and as you point out, it's a lot safer than most of America. And this stuff still continues to go on and she actually cited a couple of cases that were even more disturbing about how it's starting to play out around the world in India near the sort of stranger danger thing they they've edited. Now, they took a public service announcement that was supposed to be about showing a kid getting kidnapped in the point was, hey, want your kids, they edited out the ending where showed it was a public service announcement. So it looks like a real video of some kid being caught it was being shared like crazy on social media in India. And like a couple dozen people were murdered because they just showed up to areas, and they were unfamiliar and people thought those people are that they're trying to abduct kids, and they were killing them some believable. It's incredible. It's really unbelievable. Some believable we have to brute ourselves back into common sense. We are crippling our children by not treating them with more respect. They can accomplish these.

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WRVA

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"sch" Discussed on WRVA

"In case, you want to be addicted to outrage, here's an eight year old who's not able to do the most normal. Cheerful thing in the world. And that is walk around the block with your dog. Apparently when the little girl got home. And I mean, she was little she got home. Then the doorbell rang. It was the police mom was called into to answer a few questions that the police had for her because they had gotten a call about an unsupervised child. The the child was eight she walked she walked the dog around the block eight. Now, this is happening. Is it will net Illinois? Will Illinois is fifty nine percent lower crime rate than the national average. It's safer than eighty three percent of the cities in the United States. For every one hundred thousand people there are only three point one daily crimes that occur in Wilmot. It's this is not like, Detroit or Chicago. What's your earliest memory of doing something as a kid? I know because we moved to a different house. Before I started first grade. So I had to be in kindergarten. And I know that my mom or my dad had it had to be by mom gave me some money and said, go run up to the corner store and just get a gallon of milk. And I remember lugging that milk back and it being heavy. Six maybe seven six probably. Nobody called the police on me. And you're safe. You're safe. What's the earliest memory? You have. It's interesting right around that same age. I probably moved when we were seven. So it was before that in the old town. I lived in. And I remember walking to the corner store all the time. Arcade, six five six seven something like that. And then also I remember walking around with a friend in the center of town had this one memory that I have there, but that had to be in the middle of town. It was had to be a couple of miles from where I lived. I don't ever remember how we are all over to by the time. I was eight nine we were all over town. We'd ride our bikes anywhere. Yeah. And now people have this view that. Well, no things are so dangerous. Now, they're not no, they're not lasting juris much, much less danger. I mean, when I think of this all the time when I see a school shooting or something like that. He's terrible things that go on and on my God. My kids are in school in their endanger nets, honest, an instant, parental reaction. When something like that happens. However, when I went to high school, I was three times more likely to be shot at school four times four times more likely to be shot at school. They my kids are today. Four. Times as likely I was in much more danger. When I went to school. They might kids are when they are going to school. And it's it just doesn't feel that way. I no way way down the the bulletproof backpacks. They can't keep them. In stock. Bulletproof backpacks for kids at school. Your four times less likely to be shocked today than you were in the ninety s. If you're going to school crime at school sch- school shootings, actually down. Eighty percent. That's crazy. Yeah. And I never I didn't feel in danger of a school shooting. I went to high school. Not at all. I think the problem is now is social media is we're seeing all of these little things from all over the country. And so they just feel like they're here. No, no. It's not. And even when they are big things they get fifty times the coverage than they did. And we're there's this. There's three books I want you to four counting mind if you're a voracious reader. Typical for you to promote three other people's books. Two weeks before your book release Stein. Okay. Addicted outrage book comes out in two weeks. Please preorder addicted outrage, this is I really feel. I was just writing to somebody. I really feel. You know, people have said to me for a long time. Okay. All right. So what's the answer? What's the answer? What's the answer? I feel like we have it again. When I when I first went to FOX when I was at CNN, I was searching for an answer. In that time at CNN. I had done my homework, and I had found progressivism. And I was like that's the answer. That's what's happening to us. And here's how you could combat it, and we did an effective job in combating. And exposing progressivism once it's exposed once, you know, what it is things change. This is even easier to win if it's exposed. But nobody even understands it. Nobody really even gets what's happening. Nobody is talking about it. And it is so very clear once you know, what it is that if you don't break the addiction if you don't break the habit of shoving back shouting back or getting angry. It's going to conquer us. But once we know it you win. So please preorder addicted to outrage there's a couple of other books. One comes out. I just finished it coddling of the American mind by Greg Lukanov, and Jonathan height it, this is this is so great. Because it not only makes the case of what's going on. But then at the end, it talks about your children in particular. And it says one of the steps that they take they say there are three great untruths. And these these untruths half to be conquered. First one is what doesn't kill. You makes you. Stronger. Not in today's society. Whatever kills whatever doesn't kill. You makes you weaker. It's we're calling our children. Okay. That that that injustice? It didn't kill you. But don't talk about it. Don't don't don't don't let anybody bring that up. Don't because it'll oppress you even more so whatever doesn't kill you makes you weaker. It's absolutely untrue. Second trust your feelings. No, Luke, don't always trust your feelings. Sometimes you should put the little computer thing down in front of you. Sometimes maybe not, but your feelings, especially when anger is involved can screw up the truth. And the last great untruth is life is just a battle between good people and evil people. Not true. Most people are misguided. Most people haven't really thought things through most people are not evil. Most people on the left are not evil. Most people on the right are not evil. Yes. There are some. But that's not most people. And by teaching and by by allowing ourselves to grab onto well. They're my enemy there. My enemy. They're evil by grabbing onto that we are teaching our children. That there is there's there's only defeat. We have to defeat the opposite side. There's no room to coexist because you can't coexist with evil. But coming back to the coming back to the eighth the eight year old. You have to encourage your children to go out and do things. We should be encouraging our children we are crippling our children. The big turn in college campuses was two thousand thirteen and the research shows that in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that's when things really changed with parenting. Parenting became a protective order, and that's where everybody started to become way over protective of the helicopter. Parents had been around for a while. But that's when everything started to dog pile, you you had to have a ribbon and a trophy for anybody who even lost nineteen ninety-five will those kids those kids entered college in two thousand thirteen. So is those kids entered college. That's why we're seeing this this world where they can't handle anything. They can't handle having an opposing opinion. They they can't handle it. The opposing opinion. No that hurts my feelings. No. That makes me feel bad. That makes me question something that I believe and that doesn't feel good to me. And that's why you have to literally they're almost nurseries on college campuses, where some of them actually have you know, nippy, or what do you know, the? Of the pacifier for college students. This starts with you correcting. This problem starts with you. Saying to your kid. It's ok the neighborhoods safe. You have to do enough research to know if the neighborhood is safe or not, but it is most likely safe crime and everything else is way down. There are concerns, but you have a better chance of your children falling into deep trouble online. Then you do have in them walk to the store. So get your kids to ride their bike hits your kids to ride their bike to school. Let your kid take small wrists. More and more. My my son. Well, I'm not going to tell you. I'm not going to tell you the whole story because I'm afraid, you know, child services will come down. My son did something that I did when I was ten. He's almost fourteen we were out at the we were out at the farm, and I'll tell you part of it. He drove the big tractor. I mean, we have a big tractor for the farm. He drove the big tractor. And he he leveled the driveway and all of the paths, you take the regraded the whole thing by himself. Brimingham big piece of machinery, and I have to tell you part of me was like, I can't be responsible. I mean, it's a huge piece of machinery, I, you know, I don't know if he's responsible enough. And then I I remembered. I used to do this. When I was a kid. It's just it's it's our training that we've been intoxicated and fed all this crap about our children. They are not capable. Yes. They are George Washington went out and was serving by himself in Indian territory with their and everything else with no, John. I'd like thirteen or twelve years old. Hello. Your kid can't ride his bike to the course. Of course, they can. And don't let anybody, you know, who I really wanna talk to is. Who is the woman that started the free range children Lenore skin easy? I love her. I love her. I'd like to I'm at a place now where I really wanna talk to her. She's great, and we actually had her on on the TV show while you were out. Did you really? Yeah. To talk about this eight year old story what she say about this. Well, it's it's interesting. I mean, she she outlined. How ridiculous this is? This is in her own hometown. That that that happened her where she grew up, and as you point out, it's a lot safer than most of America. And this stuff still continues to go on and she actually cited a couple of cases that were even more disturbing about how it's starting to play out around the world. In india? Stranger danger thing they they've edited. Now, they took a public service announcement that was supposed to be about showing a kid getting kidnapped in the point was, hey, want your kids, they edited out the ending where showed it was a public service announcement. So it looks like a real video of some kid being caught it was being shared like crazy and social media in India. And like a couple dozen people were murdered because they just showed up to and they were unfamiliar and people thought those people are that they're trying to abduct kids, and they were killing them some believable. It's incredible. It's really unbelievable. It's unbelievable..

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Back To Work

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on Back To Work

"I have cash. Sched movies and music to my ten movies on my ipad. They're always on there is always a good time to watch Scott pilgrim. It's just nice to have with and I've downloaded a bunch of Spotify playlist and albums that I know my whole family likes it got all the Avas gold album on there and all this stuff like, okay, we're good to go. Let's go this Hamilton, let's go. Let's. No way to get any bluetooth connection any way that we can figure out it's hard enough Moe's jet. And this thing it's unknowable couldn't figure it out. So now of course, because like I said, last week, I always deploy the dangle title. I always deploy a little dog goals for going from lightning to audio cable, and you know, yeah, now I'm able to have to go now go to media. I gotta find ox, but every single thing you do on this control panel is modal where there are say, modal, it's, you know, you go, how can I put this or levels would be another way to put it? So like you're on the home screen, and now you wanna go into scanning for stations and so like you could just have it scan do that. Scan will replace for few seconds and goes next things, but do anything serious. You have to go into deeper tuning mode and then find the equivalent of an escape key to get out of that area. This is in the passenger seat. It's almost tour destination. I'm trying to still figure out how this thing go in. Right. Oh my God, it's anyway. I don't know stuff just funny to me and actually camping. We talked a lot about camping. Last time. We have some follow up this week on camping gear. But it is funny how when you are it's one thing to be at home or your office. We've got boxes and boxes of stuff, and you got many, many options, and you've got consistent WI fi, you've got, you know, theoretically unlimited power. Theoretically unlimited sources of power. It sounds dumb, but if you've got a bunch of devices in your on the road away from the internet, you have to work your way. It's almost like trying to hook something up to a recent macbook pro where you have to think through this maze. Yeah, maze puzzle of how I'm going to get from here to there. You know, it's like, I don't know trying to make ice tea within Bill or something, and that's when you really notice what kind of stuff is. I don't know sort of in your line of thinking high quality, hardy and tolerant kinds of devices versus kinds of things like figure me out in the right order. You know, it's, it's just it's not fun. So anyway, we listen to mama. Mia. At least you got something going. She likes that movie. I, my wife and I don't care for me. I know it's supposed to be a movie that's bad on purpose, but like it's not very good. Oh, I, I have not seen that movie. I'm looking at the covers for now. I know silly fun. It's got that delightful. Amanda. Saif read in it. She's good. She's delightful. But anyways, it's early. We did get. It's fun when we do an episode where we mentioned, we one of those episodes last week where we ended up talking a lot about things. We recommend we talked about all kinds of things we, I actually, yes, we got a lot of feedback about the belts before we launch into the fall for that. I have a another question for you to recommend to me, okay, if you can. Okay. I think I'm ready. I'm going to be giving a brief presentation and I need a clicker that will allow me to advance slides. The clicker that I had in the past was a Kensington. I'm looking for the clicking. I'm looking okay, call it. You call it a slide remote. I what I had was called the Kensington wireless presenter with red laser pointer k. three, three, three, seven, four USB. And and so I had this and I had it for years. My a friend of mine who. Who who gave presentations for a living recommended this one for me and I had it and I.

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Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The blankets second base the only left you the lineup tonight max sch rock batting eighth at shortstop is it moon does sosa sosa on the forty man roster for the redbirds one of the top prospects in the cardinals organization and batting ninth and pitching in this nfl style ball game against two and l central rivals is jake woodford making his aaa debut on the other side for the sky sox they're coming off of a series and i were that saw them win four or five and their last three games against the cubs they have a record of forty one and thirty three just three and a half games behind the first place oklahoma city dodgers in the american northern division they are managed as always by rick sweet who is now in second place all time among sky sox managers in regular season wins is line of goes like this it starts with brett phillips who leads off and plays in right field batting second at shortstop jake hager recently called up from a biloxi batting third and playing at second base as nate orf the cleanup hitter and catcher is jacob nottingham batting fifth and playing in centerfield is tyrod taylor batting six than playing at first base is jack bandy batting seventh playing at third base is dylan more batting eighth and left field kyle ran and batting ninth and pitching is alec asher i'm pires for tonight's game it's a three man crew the crew chief mike castle jio is at third base at first base is clint von dragging calling balls and strikes behind home plate is paul clements alec asher as i said three and two with a five point three six era but his last time out here against the salt lake bees was his worst outing in a sky sox uniform it was not a star he came on in relief of zach davies and three and two thirds innings eleven hits ten runs all earned you walked three struck out to and through seventy three pitches in what was alternately a seventeen to nine salt lake victory he will hope to improve on that and get back to where he has been for most of the year again before that disastrous relief outing asher had a three point six zero era for the sky sox and his last start came on june ninth that sacramento he picked up the win going seven innings complete allowing two runs on seven hits didn't walk batter and only struck out to strike outs are not a part of either starting pitchers games you look at asher numbers and he is not struck out too many batters at all just twenty four in forty three and twothirds innings the same can be said of jake woodford the twenty one year old righty making his aaa debut for the redbirds tonight in seventy six innings for these springfield cardinals in the double a texas league fifty three strikeouts thirty five walks and twelve home runs allowed he's a sinker slider guy he will need to keep the ball down tonight because well the altitude here in colorado springs can be unforgiving too inexperienced pitchers we are hopefully just moments away from first pitch here at security service field so with that we wrap up this edition of sky sox up when we come back we will have first pitch for you between the sky sox and the redbirds here on xtra sports thirteen hundred has been sky sox warm up america's pastime starting lineups in firstpitch are on the way out of here hurry go let's go let's go to war sky.

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"sch" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"At fort hamilton in bay ridge brooklyn civil rights lers have sued the us commerce department in manhattan federal court to stop plans to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents the suit claims the question intentionally discriminates against immigrants and will increase fear in their communities donna lieberman head of the new york civil liberties union accused the trump administration of weaponising the sentence to wage war on its communities of color immigrants and the poor the justice department had no comment wins news time one fifty the land is your getting chesney helps mark the fiftieth anniversary of the death of robert f kennedy is part of a memorial service today at arlington national cemetery kennedy was shot on june fifth nineteen sixty eight while campaigning for president at the am basseterre hotel in los angeles he then died the next day at the hospital former president bill clinton remembered kennedy during today's service as a uniter and urged all americans to follow his lead in stopping the hate and bridging gaps between groups and classes we should do it all over again well we had to do it the way he did speaking to everybody saying the same thing to everybody with a heart full of love outstretched hand other speakers at the ceremony included rfk's daughter kathleen kennedy townsend his grandson congressman joe kennedy the third and parkland sch school shooting survivor emma gonzalez wins news time one fifty one the ram trucks traffic center here's greg.

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KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In argue of every chance i could do especially when there was an emergency like this i felt like i needed to come out again felonies said she'd been waiting for hours sitting in a chair in a parking lot to give blood blend bank officials say they seen steady traffic throughout the region from people wanting to do something to help in the wake of the shooting that took seventeen lives sarah maccammon npr news south florida features from at least seven west virginia counties are planning a oneday work stoppage today dave mr sch of west virginia public broadcasting reports hundreds of educators are expected to fill the state capital as lawmakers continue their 60day session fuelled by growing frustrations over teacher pay employment vacancies in wound benefits seat level union leaders were authorized by local chapters last weekend to call for a statewide work action the west virginia legislature has been working a bill that calls for salary increases for teachers of the house and senate have yet to agree on how much in addition lawmakers are also moving legislation that would transfer money from the state's rainy day fond to freeze proposed increases to healthcare costs according to the national education association west virginia ranked 48 nationally at of all fifty states in washington dc for average teacher pay in 2017 for npr news i'm dave mr h in charleston west virginia the fate of dreamers is getting murkier after the senate rejected two republican and to bipartisan plans that would have spared them from deportation while strengthening the nation's borders if now unlikely the congress will pass any immigration bill before the march fifteen deadline when the deferred action for childhood arrivals program is set to end in order from president trump in september us futures contracts of trading higher at last check this is npr news from washington britain's prime minister heads to germany today for talks on.

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WRVA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on WRVA

"To eddie 606 on this wednesday morning sabbath day of february two thousand eighteen richmond morning news and i'm john reid i want to introduce you to state senator and dr sch avendano but he's a republican from henry right 'cause she sponsored this bill that passed out of the senate here in richmond the other night forty two ciro which was kinda surprising a deals with cannabis oil so let's start by explaining what cannibus oil is and how it's different than marijuana oil that is derived from the from the cannabis plant um but it is prepared in such a way that it doesn't have any of the components that cause you to get high and cannabis oil has been demonstrated to be helpful in many different medical modalities there's not as much research as we like there's a lot of burgeoning research because not much research has been done a marijuana the fda has it scheduled as his schedule one medications that makes it hard to do research but two years ago the legislature passed a law to allow cannabis soil to the compound it in pharmacies in virginia that requests for proposal doesn't go out until march but two years ago already we said this oil can be made and used it was approved at that time to be used only for intractable epilepsy where there was a strong amount of evidence the great advocates came to the legislature with their children and showed them the difference in their children when they had access to this foil and uh they were able to make the case to get it compounded the last year or so many other advocates her many other a chronic conditions like crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis and even cancer patients that are that are surviving chemotherapy um have come to the legislature and said you know what can we do about this this could help a lot of us and so after looking at this and and giving it consideration and even sending it to their joint commission on healthcare this summer.

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"sch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"S c o s o n i see that role sch o c h stay connected with stimulating talk and breaking news on talk six eighty wcbm baltimore and wcbm mad miss in washington i'm steve rappaport fox news a tale of two memos regarding allegations of misconduct in the russia investigation while the republican memo alleging bias in the fbi's russia investigation is out of democratic mammal rebutting it has yet to be released ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee adam schiff on abc's this week says what americans are seeing he's not oversight by their government i made a motion to allow them to read the document when they voted down and the motion of bring the fbi in an asked the faddish questions in a why was as concluded by was that not included that's what oversight looks like president trump says the gop memo vindicates his biased claims he also has the final say if the democrats memo is made public fox's grenell scott a house panel could vote tomorrow on the fate of the democratic memo three deadly amtrak crashes in less than two months the latest early today when a new york to miami train slammed into a freight train in south carolina to amtrak employees were killed local authorities say the crash happened overnight around 245 this morning local time near a rail yard where several tracks split off the main line to allow freight trains to unload wolf 30s believe that the csx freight train was empty and sitting on one of those sidetracked when it was struck by the amtrak passenger train fox's jonathan zeri federal authorities are on the scene there's catastrophic damage to each of the locomotives in fact i would say that the amtrak locomotive would be a not recognizable at all robert somewhat with the ntsb says a switch was in the wrong position forcing the passenger train onto a sidetrack third quarter of super bowl fifty to philadelphia leads new england twenty nine to nineteen however that is under review right now we're waiting for a ruling on that touchdown meantime unless someone bought a blank screen for a commercial nbc lost a lot of money when the telecast went dark for about a half.

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KOIL

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"sch" Discussed on KOIL

"When it can for the um army can money yadav harvey model yeah yeah the wind yeah that money well i went to public school before common core maybe i'm a little odd right here but repeated the money and donate that as hurt charitable contribution in my opinion should take ten percent upper income and then add the one eight money are gonna right dude at all he's doing is using the wind money to cover her contribution and you pay nothing she she the way she said it it sounds like she is counting the harvey's weinstein political contribution as her personal income absolutely that's the way she phrased it that's what she said and it's not her personal income of course and she says she's going to give it to charity because she always gives ten percent of our income to cherry is etter income she considers political contributions from the likes of sch weinstein and he's a bundle or too so he bundled a million to a million and a half dollars of his friend ends money after strongarming them no doubt well they've probably volunteer to give her their money anyway but the dishonesty of this woman is just what you got it right there is number fourteen we'll play it for you art because what she said is so slippery it's it's she's playing a little semantic shell game here as she always says and she had pierce be claiming that this is income of some kind as one of my friend said harvey probably you know give her role in the movie to not come up to his room but here's what hillary said to fried cikini donated money to you directly and indirectly would to give the money back well there's no one to give it back to peace there is a former colleague they're saying donated to charity and of course i will do that i turn percent of my governmnent charity every year this will be part of that there's no there's no doubt about it this will be part of that this will be part of that rerunnable she is incredible isn't she here's the great affect she's not the president of the united states can i just kinda do i got on a radio highfived her i'm just i'm highfive in iowa no big yeah thank.

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"sch" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sch" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"The last administration is that he's not using the force of government to get the nfl to do his bidding now maybe that'll change at i dunno i can't see into the future but as of now he's not doing that versus the last administration of your your cyber second parison see the previous administration the obama administration use the force of government to get its way they use multiple agencies within government to get its way they used various different entities that have little letters and and and annoying letters as their name several times in the course of a case it basically all went all the way to supreme court that's how the previous him in a station tried to get its way wasn't just a matter suggesting the washington redskins changed their name they had to involve both the patent office and the department of justice in the matter to essentially now try to intimidate and force the redskins to change their name and ultimately the united states supreme court in another case where the federal government where the obama administration also said it didn't like the fact that out a rock band had a name that they found derogatory so that the federal government also utilized the patent office to try to deny a group called the slants the ability to call themselves the slants because he by mr sch and said we don't like your name so set of sheets suggesting you change your name we're going to now use the full force of the federal government to force you case goes always supreme court the supreme court decides you know what i just because the names derogatory doesn't mean you can you can ban it federal government kosice over for some right to have a derogatory name and that also then of course went right to the heart of the redskins issue because the washington redskins name well maybe offensive to some was not enough to be banned by the united states of america and so think about the two administrations sidebyside okay here's president trump he doesn't like the fact that the nfl is research disrespecting the american flag in the national anthem this is a side note i met a lot of people have asked me what what is the the kneeling about any that's a a case study in the fact.

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"sch" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"sch" Discussed on KELO

"Joe conclude would concluding never meant to be delivered violation of the law i don't believe that he understood the full measure of restrictions contained in the 2011 order and order that should have never been issued in the first place shelvin teen months later what the scope of those restrictions became clear to of joe and as chain he ended the patrols trump congressman french points out conveniently the ex sheriff faced criminal prosecution only after his high profile endorsement of donald trump isn't that funny how that works over like mike lindell's for my pillow only facing an f rating from the better business bureau after he came out in support of donald trump there are people who do get pot penalized for supporting trump happens all the time congressman frank sch writes the political left has turned the court system into a blunt instrument with which they criminally prosecute political opponents this was an injustice not only to share of joe or pyo but all american citizens who rely on the legal system to protect their constitutional rights congressman frank sch writes it would be moral and just for president trump to issue a pardon for joe are pile such a decision would be celebrated by arizonans who appreciate and respect a man who has accomplished much for law and order in our state america's toughest sheriff he writes has given everything he had in a long and successful career in public service and law enforcement his shiri usually ailing wife eva has been with him every step of the way now in the.

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"sch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"sch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sch and an c dot org kyw news time four fifty four the us supreme court has handed victory to former president george w bush and other officials ruling they cannot be sued over the treatment of some muslim terror suspects rounded up after the attacks on nine eleven in the aftermath of nine eleven the us detained several muslims here new york many of them were here illegally having overstayed visas they wanted to sue the government over their treatment they were held for months and what they said were harsh conditions in brooklyn jail this prrime court ruled 42 that they couldn't sue former attorney general john ashcroft former fbi director robert muller and other top bush administration officials for damages justices kagan instead of my your recused themselves because they were involved in early stages of the lawsuit gorsuch joined the court three months after the case was argued i'm steve kastenbaum kyw news time four fifty five the kyw business report dow futures little higher after yesterday's good day on wall street a fraction of a point up for the sp ten for the nasdaq dow futures also up ten points with four cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger investors pushed the dow in s p five hundred index texas higher as technology stocks recouped about half of their recent losses the dow gained one hundred forty four points to twenty one thousand five twenty nine the sp five hundred rose twenty two twenty four fifty three the nasdaq jumped eighty seven points or one point four percent to sixty two thirty nine crude oil dropped by another one point two percent to settle at forty four dollars twenty cents a barrel its lowest close since november.

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