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"salihi" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"salihi" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Relationship advice the personal advice just the real advice all up now for sap morning. Everybody is tj envy. Yeesh alameda god. We oughta breakfast clubs. Tom for ask ye. Hello who's this. I wanna be okay. My mother is like a socialist and she moved my ex and her boyfriend in that house. Wait a second. She moved your ex and your boyfriend into the house why From what family say they relationship with this girl this girl in family. But when i say no have. They're like they pretty much. Don't what it that's ridiculous so they would actually make you uncomfortable. And why doesn't your ex have there and your xs boyfriend had their own place. That's a good question. I they shouldn't even wanna live there. That is so awkward. Tell me about it kind of put a big screen on my relationship probably ship off and it's like now like i'm dealing with grieving. I come mother because like independent. You don't let it show love this show. That is insane. I don't even understand how somebody could do that. And i can't understand how your ex's boyfriend would wanna live with your family. And so obviously you don't wanna go over there anymore. It's hard for me not to because you know i lost my grandmother. I lost my father full. All i have is my mother. Wow i'm so. What did she say when you talk to her about in and sell the house and you tell your mom how feel. She looks at what she thinks. Like with no emotion. I will cry. I would do everything in my power toll. She listens and she doesn't with right. I mean that's a really tough one. If it was me. I wouldn't even want to go over there at all anymore but it feels like maybe your mom is also going through some trauma of her own for her to act in this way. You know people say that. But it's like i get that was like on your child. I agree with you completely. And i can. You have a discussion with your ex about why you need Why they need to get out. Oh no that's oh. I've tried having this country this. it's like a roach. What it is i mean. I don't even understand how that can be. But i would tell you if that was me. I wouldn't go over there anymore. I would have to sometimes For the time being. I have to love my mother from a distance and at some point. Y'all gonna have to have a conversation. It sounds like your mom really needs some help. 'cause i can't see how you would teach our own child like that especially if you guys have a good relationship right okay. So you guys don't have a good relationship you think she's doing this as a way to upset you. I don't think so way when when i get a half as much with my father. My mother sums up the way but when in fact the moment father murdered our relationship and my mom started mistreating best k. So now what say you do. So she is doing this kind of get back at you in a passive way so it sounds like she's acting out at because you have a relationship with your father now and she doesn't like that so she's doing things that's going to upset you but acting clueless about it and it's very It sounds like a pass away her to kind of upset you and get a reaction out of you because she's upset what is now my bothers on so by you. All how yeah. I don't yeah. I mean i think the best thing for you guys to do is i would say you have to put your foot down as far as i can't come over there because i'm not comfortable being there while you have my ex living in the house and so i can't do that I know it's hard to not have a relationship. I wouldn't want to not have a relationship with my mother but it might take some time for you guys to make some breakthroughs in this. Sounds like she needs somebody to talk to some professional help. And i know we say that. A lotta here you know but it might take a third party to come in and actually help mentor relationship. And i know that's important to you especially because that's all you have and you're all she has you know so it sounds like there's a lot more to it than just letting somebody lived there. It seems like she's acting out to try to get a reaction from you s. She may not even be aware of. That's why she's doing. It may be. I try asking her and like i'm telling her how is making me feel and you know the whole trying to make you feel this way but you are and i. I had to move out in order like that. Need new medium about my grandmother's house and my husband or boyfriend saying yeah. I would right now until my ex moves out of that house. Only see my my mother and other places and not a her own home at some point. She's gonna fill away about that too and have to make a decision. But i will say this. I don't want you to take it like it's something personal against you. It sounds like she has her own issues and it's more of a reflection of that and that about how she feels about you. You know your mother loves you right but it sounds like she's got her own issues that she hasn't dealt with ira. I wish i hope this works out. I feel like in time. It will engage. Okay all right go on as he. Eight hundred five eight five one zero five hundred if you relationship advice. Any type of advice called now. Now's the breakfast club. Real real advice. Interleague s warning. Everybody is tj envy salihi. Charlemagne a guy. We oughta breakfast club in the middle of ascii. Hello who's this t. hey jessie. what's your question fee. So my boyfriend's mom is telling me that i give her a bad by because i won't agree to being called his fiancee okay. Are you engaged now. So why would you be visa. If you're not engaged isn't that the definition exactly and i don't want him to feel any pressure especially not for me or his mom. So who's calling you. Say my boyfriend's mom so he doesn't call you his fiancee. No not really okay. So who is she saying. This just everybody like. Oh my son's say yeah she'll introduce me like. Oh this is jesse. My son's say and i'm like looking at my ring finger like what do you mean. I'm not as dancing you. That is so awkward. Why is she doing it. So it's weird because on one hand she wants you to be part of the family but then that what is so. What does your boyfriend say because it sounds more like something. He should be handling. Oh he's stood up for me in hold her like pretty much. I don't wanna play. Titles where do. I'm excited to be his fiancee one day. If that happened but like. I'm not trying to rush anything to call you future fiance from now on i'm his future fiance. Yeah i'm like grateful that she wants to include me in the family but she went as far as to say like oh. She can't come to my house anymore because she gives me bad by. What's because she didn't yeah like pettiness. Them yeah Do you guys live together me and my boyfriend together. We've been together for like four years and we have a child. So maybe that's why see saying that. Because maybe for her is she traditional like she doesn't want people to judge her or something like that No i mean. I don't wanna air her business but definitely.

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"salihi" Discussed on Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined

Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"salihi" Discussed on Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined

"It's an illness as far as i'm concerned. The brain is in oregon. The heart is in oregon. You can get hard to see to. The lungs are are an organ get lung cancer. So bring is an oregon. Lincoln have a disease so aaron as you know the focus of our conversation this week is hope there are treatments that are scientifically proven to work. And there's lots of bright spots in there have been many successes but it's not always easy so now we're going to hear some thoughts from our panel made up a family members talking about what they've learned along their own journeys with mental illness. Family is really or you need an app. You need someone to advocate her. You just you have to have someone behind you. I have to say. I spend a lot of time learning of the mental illness and what my sister is doing or not doing and taking classes in and participating in different activities. You're going to have to be patient. You're going to have to to low them through the hard times you you have to realize it's not themselves as speaking out. It's not their true personality. There is no intent. They are ill even when things are bad. They're doing the best they can't. I'm in a lucky position. That i have a close relationship with my son even still and i know. That's really tricky to hold onto schizophrenia. And it feels. It just feels good. You know he's not the same person may be. That was going to be a baby or maybe even the same person he was diagnosed. But he's still just is wonderful person that i love so much. They're all living in nfl that we're in great shape now. I actually one is buried. Salihi assistant excellent. They're all working. They all have cars. Were live very grateful date today that we are where we are and our expectations in life are different than other people's there will be no lawyers doctors but we have great things happening with them other just different than what other people have. It's hard yeah. You run into a lot of walls along the.

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Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

"Shamir from kansas state university. I invited you on to talk about the paper automatic identification of outliers in hubble space telescope galaxy images. So a lot of fun stuff to get into maybe to start. I think everybody knows a little bit about the hubble telescope. Could you tell us about the data we get back from it. Are these just. Png files or what are you. Start from caso. It will happen space. says civil instruments on hubble space telescope not just the main camera but it collects all sorts of the we know the hubble deep field which is when freeing that was one segment of the sky was going for civil days very long exposure goldie but other surveys done by hubble space telescope and i was i into the cosmos survey of several shirley lodge survey covering a relatively large part of the sky explains the cosmos was to score degrees. Doesn't sound but in help terms this. Because bill goes really deep deeper than guam-based those scopes. So that's what. I covered the data that you get his image data that i used incomes informants feats debts former. That is very common in a strong meets. Not very common outside feels strongly but that's the standard format of astronomy eats. Uniqueness is that it allows to make the metric measurements for the day dining j. peg form. It's like that we often use. I know in image netease like that. We cannot remake safety for to metric measurements because the dynamic range. Compression away the feeds. That's a each week. Salihi is represented by in algebra. Be in one by twitch channel but actually it's quite a day name. Acquaintances allows medical measurements.

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"salihi" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"salihi" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Salihi. First day genesis chapter one and i five is connected with what there was light. Well also darkness but i want to focus on the light. Now you read that and you stop there. You don't try to connect with anything about again. You're kind of the milk comes from the store but you can find that. The milk comes from the cow if you go back to john. Chapter eight verse. Twelve steve. I think that's yours. John was it. You johnny twelve years then juice to them again saying i world you follows me shall not walk in darkness but have light of life now either. This was a coincidence or this was planned. I can't prove that it is not in the coincidence category but it seems to me. That's a real stretch birthday light. Jesus is the light of the world that might be one line of proof as far as why. God our explanation. Why god chose the first date.

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"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

The Questionable Behavior

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

"So now a lot of people don't From earlier seasons in our show don't actually no That my father was a wasn't is a famous singer in our community. So what i want to touch on is. That's hillary of how you guys met. You know because you guys actually met here but you wanted to cut his hair. Okay let me tell us how limited some star this is a very important story I'm talking about nine hundred ninety five ninety six back then and then we'll happen. You dad came up with a very very good song. And then his song was Named kobe jemma town be and i have a two people who's been singing for him was With the drums. Provide the guitar player. And i was telling him. Listen to me. I wanna come and then to meet with the remy. I want to do his hair style. Because the cowbridge has to look like a real cowboy. And i was trying to make those staff to look like a coward and then i don't know what happened and then i get a chance to to be involved with back then so what happened in two thousand eight. Listen to me. This is a store ten years later over ten over ten years and then he came came here in connecticut and then as a professional singer everybody goes to see how he sings and blah blah. And then i was doing a show. And when clothes. And i said hey listen who am and we get to talk and i said i want you to come to my story to my store. And there's no problem unicom and blah blah. He came and then after than i was making his style for the set. Kobus is still into a. And then i was saying i'm gonna cut your this way and then you know and they said okay and i i was having his pictures always put in his pictures on my wall and then he didn't see it and i said when i return his face after he cut his. Yes i said there. See that guy. The i remember this. I did this kobe jameson. I said this is my dream to make your hair all my god. I want you to tell everybody where your salon is located If they wanna visit you personally and have work done by you on top of that. I want you to just let everybody know how to reach out to you if they want to. Work with line directly makeup artists and there are some movies so how people can connect with you going forward. Let's very good so. My salon is in connecticut. Endless in rocky hill says knowle's salon. Okay so anybody. Whoever can go there and they can see only share slot and then can see to to websites they have. I have a website for salon and they have a website for special effects. Okay and then. I have all those celebrity people with who are some work and then they're all on. Yes and then. I have Whatever the celebrity people they come in on the how good i am done with them so they can check over there if they want to Welcome to come anybody else. It's so nice to see you know. It's very very lovely to work an ready for any type of movies. Any type of things were they want to do it. I'm open ready the whole time. And then we're with the production to do anything so it's not like we said You know just a last minute. Message to young people out there especially young albanians in this case Just a message to to them and also any last minute. Shout outs or anybody. You know your team and who you work with. You know what i want to say. One thing very important things. I want everybody to listen to this. Words love what you do to never stop success. It's behind your shoulder. So i want to say thank you very much for having me and thank you very much to also beta. Who's a very very professional photograph on this. Yes he's doing the video. I think you very much. He's a very celebrity person. Who's been doing for so many so many Very public few figures in in our country. So i'm wishing him success. I wish him very welcome to united states. So we'll see for thank you very much guys and then also Bobby doerr cafe. Make sure everybody comes out Fourteenth street check outdoor cafe trial bringing food. And don't forget. Hi this cheap and subscribe on youtube five stars on all podcasts or platforms and states..

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"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

The Questionable Behavior

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

"Give pretend to. You can do whatever you want as long as you're not really usually. Fu part of movie or any kind of industry. If you're talented into never stops taliban work yes darling and work zun as you work you see yourself now see. You came in very very young person and doing the interview with so many celebrity people. You know how much the celebrity people and these days. They're very very vague because people the tried to do anything because they have something inside them heart. What are they want to type. And then anything anything else you like to do it. I give him my my. You know ideas that don't ever stop. Just do it. Try to go and move on and you know someone come look for me. Don't ever look for name behind your shoulder right. Names come up and that's true. That's actually a very good alight. But the what. I want to say you know from someone that has already achieved so much. Thank you and you worked with High profile people in albanian community in the usa. Don't stop don't stop has to mean so much more for like young people while they're going to tell you this story very quick and two thousand six. I remember like today those celebrity people coming to our store because still inside the and i'm not saying just them i had so many one he actually. I did The wonderful wonderful life movie zuzu. The lady she was sixty something years old. Yeah she came to me. And i was doing her hair. I i don't know. I didn't have ideas was she and then for for little bit she was telling me. Do you know who i am. I said she said. I am a deliberate and the movie. Wonderful live zuzu. Wow i said really and she said okay gimme address. And today i have her autograph. I think she's not in life anymore. She's died and then. I have a really really big free pictures with her autograph. Says thank you very much to know. All the and she's rolled some appreciation. Thank you very much. And i did for a couple of times because it was a place over there with people believe me. I don't know how many people did that I used to work at the state capitol building. We have a salon downstairs and now has so many senators legislative politician of a so. You've worked in airport. You see my home. The story i was working. I was working place and the morning i was working at the state capitol building office afternoon. I was working at the airport. Believe me three four times. Precedents came to to the state building. I didn't see him. The came to our place. This look it upstairs. We have an oppressive than was george. Bush was bill. Clinton knows that so many people can then for me. It was looking like i'm i'm i was feeling myself so Special in those beautiful places working as as a refugee person right right and then all the time my career. I'm going to go a little bit back. Because in nineteen ninety-one. I was in the hairstyle in union in europe. And i win the third place in all european union in the hairstyling so it was like a competition competition. Yes oud competitions. When did you start hairstyle. Come on let me tell you. The the i wanted to when you started the. How long would you start and then back into the the competition. I didn't know there was a competition. I start cutting hair. I started interesting. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty five okay. So the one thousand nine hundred ninety one. I started moving on on an all over europe. I want to. Italy wanted to To i want to Germany when to boot up as we want to praise when some of the places hairstyling hairstyle and the what happened. Nineteen ninety eight ninety. Know what happened. The situation in kosovo shut down everything. We cannot move nothing. So one thing where i miss missing my life because you know my home in kosovo and then my salon is burn to god. So you see these bitches like this. I have back then and my salon. Couple of few celebrity people and blows. I have almost twenty seven diplomas certificates for whatever. And i have i have Gold trophy the third place. When i got in your yes ninety one and those is gone everything in nineteen ninety nine. This shut down. Everything shuts down everything. And then now. I'm not gonna happen anything so when i came here to new life new life so at that moment In nineteen ninety nine. You know your career was That hype around all of europe. You got third place in the competition now. Everybody in close to what that moment basically had to leave their homes businesses. They're you know everything behind. You know if i started here. What was your thought. Howard how i mean. I'm sure because you've moved around europe in. Was that a little bit easier of the transition for you because you already had were comfortable going to different countries and working or was it like when i came to united states in nineteen ninety nine as a refugee my career in europe. It's done nine hundred ninety nine. And i said one thing i said to myself. I talked to myself in the mirror. Can you believe that. And i said i came to this country and i hear a lot of people saying his place when i was mentioned few minutes ago when i said accused place. He's a paternity. And i just i put my two hands up here. Things got i have this one. Thing's gonna have this one. I'm going to do this. Bring up and hear when i hear you so you know. That's the that's something that people especially for us. Albanians is coming from postal. People don't understand. Is you know a similar to you. There's thousands of stories out there of people achieving something career having to throw it all away and come and start all over it in country who came here and started over and achieve just as much greatness as you had before so i gotta take one more thing. I'm sorry when they came first time. When i came first time when i start to have my license the told me here you cannot have a license here you have to go school and have one thousand five hundred hours to start cutting hair and i said how can i go. I said to myself how can i go to do another one. One hundred one thousand five hundred yes. Fifteen hundred hours and ben person with experience in one thousand. Nine years been cutting. Am go back to school. Mainly list was okay. Yeah language was okay. I was not like today and then reading and writing was kind of problem. You know how i can do it. So one thing let's say put my heels and then I got the opportunity for my boss. Ken and then he says. Let me try this. They told me that we try this guy and see how he work and they start. You stole my work. He said we're gonna give you five months opportunity. You care and you can get paid like everybody else. Who's in a shop. So you have to start and then have you know what five hundred question. 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"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

The Questionable Behavior

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

"Matches with the other material because the old material buying one piece. I don't saw it. I don't i just tell him to to the person to the designer to do. You got to do this. Here's the pictures. I need this for this character allen and put them this for this guy or for this woman and then actually to be honest with you and two thousand fourteen. I was in beverly hills. Radio drive over there. And i was doing this character to the melanie monroe. Okay and i have a picture so you can see in my instagram. I was doing it exactly character. The dress hundred percent because she doesn't have very much makeup when we went away dress and then blowing with a fan. The it came on good with the photo shoot so now tell me about the passion involved with you know actually pursuing because first of all you've already had a very successful career with your hair your hair salon connecticut and now you're pursuing these other passions of the makeup and tell me like vet dr. Why what makes you keep going And how and how you don't stop and just always try to make more connections and get more work done things. I'm sure it's very easy to just stop. Sometimes got this new industry. Things got to this Technology computers facebook instagram. And then it's a very very option. It's it's very option. You what you can go and learn and then it's a very very good opportunity. You can go and find anything in the war with you want. So that's myself. Trust me people asking me how many hours a day you work. I i wish twelve day. Twelve hours a day and then when i go home and then i host than some radio station and then i never stopped by all the time i look in the computer. I tried to create something to work something to move forward. Even if i cannot do it even if i something tire i go into computer or go to facebook i found something i collect together and i said okay. This has been done for this one. Even i find no so many friends that doing the movies short movies being american. It doesn't matter what kind i just tell him. Soon as i see somebody instagram or facebook friends. Who's doing some partial movie. Or whatever. And then if i see something is missing to those project new offer you. Oh i just tell them. I'm sorry to interrupt you guys you have. You need to get done this and this and this don't get me wrong and then we have seen type of say. Oh my goodness would you get this energy. I said i have the energy because I love those things you know. I'm telling you anything. I started doing anything i started doing. I do with a passionate with a law. I don't know how to stop. Trust me so tell me like now more recently. You've done You've shot a couple of documentaries for people with your nonprofit organization yes so One of them was purdue okafor. You did a documentary. Which is wonderful. Tell me We'll get you into making documentaries First of all and do you plan on going forward with those type of videos and what. What is a nonprofit for how this is a very good question. I moved to new york in two thousand eight Connecticut new york not too far from here. I used to live in minnesota for a eight years. So when i came here i saw myself. I'm very close to the place. What i'm supposed to be okay with the production of movies with everything right. So then what happened. I found and i tried to create people with a very very high experience like a crush. Nick market towel and myself as a person while like to do everything and that we have through llahu to his assistant and then we start. We start to do why not to start. Doing some shoot for arnold begins right. We created very small production. I eh production. We started production jets. We start we start Actually we start with the one guy who has a belette by belay and then we did some restaurants. We did with Some lady who has a very very high end Campus yell and then we did the shooting with the do a cafe which is very nice to tell the people how we are hard worker and then we've worked here and then actually everybody else who lives in united states. Most i say like ninety percent third generation for generations. They came from somewhere everybody else who came to the state this country the broth something with them right. The bro some talent that brought some profession they brought something something important unique here in then same thing with me and with you actually with your dad to who. They are people hard worker. You dad isn't a musician and the hair industry and the film industry. Everybody brought something. It's very nice for the population to the people to listen to this one and then every everybody else who has a some fashion. The wants to do something. Don't stop just do it. Just can't move on even if you do sometime. If you don't do good try you know you can do one time good and you can say oh. This is not good. Stop then you can try necks the from the most important to take that first step especially in creative fields You tend to start critiquing yourself and you end up. Never really taking that. First step forward and that i have forward is what breaks down that wall. That's stopping you from being comfortable guest once you break down the wall. Now you're more comfortable in one thing to tell you the truth here in united states i found something. It's a one thing very important. It's a place for opportunity. Yes.

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"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

The Questionable Behavior

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"salihi" Discussed on The Questionable Behavior

"Questionable behavior. Podcast this is your host edison. Please don't forget to follow us on instagram at the underscore q. Pc also follow us on all podcasts apps and subscribe to youtube google on questionable behavior and follow. Subscribe anywhere you can. That's how we make our. We have a very special episode today. We are at duo cafe in new york city. This is the first albanian restaurant in manhattan. I'm all bainian as you guys know. And i have a very special guest here as well. Who is actually has done very big things in the united states since he's came around the same time as during the nineteen ninety nine war in kosovo so no the u How our hair stylist. Makeup artist specialistic. Meeks milan Lying there in films. So i'm dealing here in new york with the full reproductions freelance and then. I'm a special makeup artist for effects right for the can movie so in two thousand six thousand seven. I was working at the international airport in minneapolis meeting so many celebrity people from loose lesson. And that's starting your hair. Yes i started does so many celebrities. Jennifer aniston excess as well said yes. It was a very very short time with them was very nice to meet them very nice to work with them very very very good people right right so long. Hollywood stars basically therefore so. Tell me now You took a profession like hairstyling. Which a lot of people get stuck just a regular hairstyling with your local neighborhood. It's et cetera. We took that and you came to country here as a refugee Just like me and you took it in. You started working with the biggest people in this country. So explain to me like the mentality. Where would need you go into the stars to be honest with you. To tell the truth everything up front of me with anybody who ever i work i have some passion in my heart and then i have some love to do. It doesn't matter if it's a here. Special effects were efforts to do some things you say involved around the acting. Celebrities theater law. That and i love that things got i got so good connection everywhere and then i am all the way from hollywood to new york dealing with the people talking with the people working with the people now this kobe stopping me right if saw support. It's so nice. So where does your passion for theater come from What what makes you want to chase Celebrities artists home. My goodness i remember when i was little kid. We grow very close to the theater place. And then i remember all the time i was passing through my mom's hands. I was going all the way to the theater. And i was looking those characters. Those actors will those kind of dressing like a house at romeo anybody else. I was looking some. I remember some acting in theatre. Was some friends policemen. Then all the time was in my brain. How can i do one day me to present this kind of type of and still today and new york. They have some theaters here than i. I go everywhere. I try to go connect. i've seen accola. Yes yes. I have so many friends so many people who's calling me and they say hey. We're going to do this set. Can you come help us check the money. I never never see. Say we're going on just to move forward all the time action pass an all time. It's it's it's nice you know because you're creating something you're promoting something you you given to the people right. It was something. Because i am not very very young. You know and then I was in a couple of few cents in the movie. And then i was Making characters nine hundred twenty five contrast in a makeup makeup dressing. I tried to find coles and believe me sometime. I go to goodwill to find some calls all school all school then to bring them up to bring them up and to say this guy looks character and i'm trying to do the makeup and i'm trying to do with the hair a believe something they use upholder and i put in the hair and i make those Those like a creepy here or sometime. I do like up sneaking back your luggage forties fifties twenty some time. They have a very short really focus on getting the whole thing from the makeup and low. Sometimes you're setting people up for the stage you have. Sometimes i do the area. And i see what kind of car brings were kind of stuff to bring in to show exactly. This thing has to look very very old right which is believe me sometime. I have to ask some old friends. Who's more older than me. And i say. Hey how's this look before. And then how. Can i create this all telling me back than it has to be shoes like. This has to be like a jacket that has to be very very and then. I'm having some time in hard to find them yet and personal looking from everywhere. I'm looking everywhere. And i'm connecting and i'm bringing up and i'm trying to do something you know. Either we did that. With some of the actors we are troll providing our leaders can debate. You know how five hundred five centuries five centuries you have to create the person to make exactly how he looked so you're trying to find all the constant don't be basically and you found. I saw. I phoned them. And i made them. And i have a couple of you. Making everything by hand is that. I made a big thing by hand or i can get somewhere What i can Collect with some people or working with friends and then sometime we have to do with the material who.

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"salihi" Discussed on Beat Infertility

Beat Infertility

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Beat Infertility

"Every time and the panic in a frenzy get into my car and I drive to hospital for yet another con with no movements so. Midwives saw the hospital where actually making jokes at this stage show you again, sure you're pirates of a wallpaper. No office stage fate new me on I, knew all of them by name so by time I actually delivered baby I knew most of staff at the much added. Tell us. How did you and your partner Balance Work and your infertility journey very actually really really looking no in my own role I can work from how I'm blessed like. And Luckily for me, my boss. She's been extremely supportive and extremely on your son off the process. We need to go through her own sister hot to go through the herself and ended up with twins, so she was quite familiar hardships off infertility, due to her sister gone through similar experience, so she was just very supportive, aunt. Anytime I needed to go off for an appointment. Is Absolutely no problem? I have to work time back or nothing like. I was just just go. It's fine. He'll be back to work on your back to work on throughout my actual cycle I work from home by June the half to. Begin on have injections and perhaps inject myself in the bathroom or She felt it's more appropriate for me to be able to access fridge to storm medication our home rather than our work for everyone to see. I just be less dressed. And perhaps have a better outcome. My partner know. His boss is is very good as well now. He didn't have to come to many appointments of suggests initial test and. Then just to give his sample for fraternisation for embryo transfer, so he really his appointments for minimal. However, he's boss. Foul was very understanding on. He could just Govan. He needed to go. Did the public health system pay for all aspects of your fertility treatments? Yes, they do however as I said the wait list is so long that you I be probably still be wasting to be seen by a public health care and. Probably wouldn't even have child for another ten years. If we're lucky, however like if you go privately, the cost isn't as big in Orleans. The Hall of Cycle Cost Five Thousand Euro. Nobody is not included medication for for your Medication Anaconda Medication and arguments that monthly Max. You have to pay holders and forty four. You're so. It's very affordable, so all we had to pay is five thousand euro for actual idea cycle. and. Hundred forty four paramount, so even if you're cyclist canceled, realistically, all have to do is just buy new education, which is, that's very affordable, hundred forty four and absolutely noten compared to walk. You guys pay in the United States, and and then obviously if your cycle is court short, or if you're transfers council, for whatever reason the additional cost that you have to. To pay is pretty minor I. Think About Thousand Euro Maybe fifteen hundred zero tops so unless you have to do a whole new cycle and even the thought. Lake five thousand. Euro is fairly affordable. The way we look at the is look. We just have to postpone any holidays for a year or two in order to have a child and that's relates. How did infertility change your relationship with your partner? They just got so much close stronger as the corporal. I suppose if you can go through a loss of a child, and she can go through long infertility journey, and you can go through months of Mon. Simone's of trying and years trying for a baby and. Where you know sex thrown into not just a sex with a little were really. It's like Oh, my God relation. Behalf the truth right now if you can go through all the on the disappointments on the hardships on the upsets on the happy moments of all the journey on commodity, order end, and you're still together I, think that pretty much means there for life. I know law couples after you know miscarriage or loss of a baby or anything lake. Usually if you know if they can get through together, they usually split up so for us. It just made really solid family unit at this age. I think we can get through anything on. If in future trousers. What about friends and family did infertility change any of those relationships in relation to family I suppose we just all got. Stronger together closer together. From. Family and the support from. The everybody our siblings are MOMS DADS are granny's everybody really got involved? Everybody was chair for us and worrying about and praying for us, and now a baby is here. He's absolutely adored by everybody unspoilt by everybody even more than I think. If this was natural pregnancy, course, everyone would love him for now. It's just extra special in relation to friends. Some friendships unfortunately didn't survive. You for people they just found is bit too much. If if if you tell somebody or I can't see right now, or if I was down upset over something, not every time I'd want to go out and have a cup of coffee in the friend of mine. So people just took a pair Salihi and then three pursue the friendship orders that eventually found out of the reason why I can't make certain dates are why can go out? For few cocktails or wherever else are nice? Else got extra safar sieve on like our own families. Just absolute cheerleader Spurs I. Know You advocated for Yourself? Your second IBM cycle is self advocacy something you had to learn along way, or is that a skill?.

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"salihi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We're looking at two different sections of scripture one in the Old Testament some one twenty seven and one in the New Testament I the salons chapter to confess. I've never once heard a message on this subject. I've never heard of pastor. Speak on delighting in our children want to do that today. Someone twenty seven to begin with. And then I. This is to someone. Twenty seven Verse Three Behold. Children are a gift of the Lord. The fruit of the womb is a reward like arrows in the hand of a warrior. So were the children of one's youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They shall not be ashamed when they speak with their enemies in the gate. First Thesselonians to verse five for we never came with flattering speech as you know nor with a pretext for greed. God is witness nor did we seek glory for men either from you or from others. Even though as Apostles of Christ we might have asserted authority but we proved to be gentle among you as a nursing mother. Tenderly cares for her own children. Having so fond and affection for you we were well pleased to impart to you. Not only the gospel of God but also our own lives because you had become very dear to us for you. Recall brethren are labor and hardship? How working night and day so as not to be a burden to any of you proclaim to you the gospel of God. You are witnesses. And so his God. How devoutly and uprightly and blameless Salihi we behaved toured you believers just as you know how we were exhorting and encouraging and imploring each one of you as a father would his own children so that you would walk in a manner worthy of the God who calls you into his own Kingdom and glory look at the Book Ends Verse Seven as a mother perceive eleven as a father. Today we're addressing a subject. I have never ever address in a church delighting in our children. The good news is that God delights in us you see. The church is a family..

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The Athlete Mentality and Journey of Megan Henry, Team USA Skeleton Athlete

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

10:21 min | 2 years ago

The Athlete Mentality and Journey of Megan Henry, Team USA Skeleton Athlete

"Morning right. Where are you now? I'm in Connecticut some home for Christmas. Which is nice awesome Meghan equipment? Everyone that comes on when you're younger an athlete bigger goal to achieve. I think the same museum like I really wanted to be a division field hockey player and I didn't start clang field hockey until I was in middle school and I just kind of went to a camp on a whim. My mom signed me up for this camp and I was okay. Added is pretty shy. Actually when I was younger so I didn't necessarily they WANNA do things by. I came early like field hockey and play A. I Made Varsity as a sophomore in in high school. which like not a lot of people did at the time and scored the game winning goal in double overtime to send us to states and that was like a really Big Ping and I started looking at schools early on when I was playing at Varsity I knew that I wanted to play Division One and I am from Connecticut? It's all I wanted to go to uconn. And that didn't pan out it. Just kind of miscommunication like the coaches. I went to like all of these showcases. Oh Cases All these tournaments in suffers college coaches there and I applied to Uconn a by dining university. Another big school school and I went to this tournament and they had a college night so if you were like an up and coming senior year pretty much should have been Mike committed by appointment. You like if you are a junior senior and so most people kind of new idea had senior night actually what it was called and so there were a bunch of college coaches there they had tables buy. If you were already pretty much headed toward the cooler emitted the Yukon took all of their upcoming seniors out. They took them out to dinner and they didn't tell me so. I was really upset about it. That was like Oh my God. What is is happening so I walked to the table? I knew American University. which is where I went to college? Was this senior night and I hadn't really like Don on a whole lot with them. I kind of like communicated I really liked Washington. DC inside went up to him. And I was like. I'm playing in these Games tomorrow and I just as you know. And he had seen me so I pretty much at least contact coaches that the tell them what I was doing was planning for whereas playing in he had seen the answer he was already interested so that was like really helpful but I ended up being someone who really late college visit I committed. It'd very late because my dream school of playing for you conduct didn't pan out so I was like you know in complete panic that I hadn't committed needed anymore until really late like in my senior year but I went to American University. It was amazing. I was really really happy there as a freshman I and I came from being like the star player. You know I live in the middle of nowhere Like I don't know there's not that many people and I was not a starter freshman year I was not a star off our air and I kind of got mixed in to me. That was really hard to deal with. I was not I used to being like not key player and so another kind of sounds like a little spoiled. I guess I it wasn't used to it and because it took me a lot of time and energy to like be a really key player in high school I was expecting like the work was already done. You had a mentor. That told me like back in the day. That head coach told him the ball. That looks cheer right. Everyone living in this room with author on their teams well exactly and that is exactly how I remember talking with other people. My roommate at the time was playing and to my other close friends on the team we were. We were on the bench and I was like what is going on. And they're like I don't know I was the same when I was the number one player you know and so so it's pretty wild like as you keep leveling up like everybody was the best at one point Bob Force needs to be more of like a utility l'idee player so I had in high school I was a forward I was a right wing and I was actually recruited as a midfielder something I never did I ended up ultimately ultimately playing mostly right wing again in college I was moved all around the front line is a forward I I saw Dan as a midfielder my had to L. become better at my defensive skills so ended up being good for me just to become a better overall player so the journey for you go your shot with coach yeah you like saying Hey I'm playing you want me can play and I mean it was definitely Salihi it was kind of like this is a panic Mike I have nowhere to go now 'cause I all my eggs in one basket let's get back I mean it it worked out really well I think a lot of people not to cut no I was that way when employees school hot ply the two schools Oklahoma and Oklahoma state and they would like the last resort not With date anybody knows like I don't Wanna ask her there so for you if that didn't happen did you have another plan or what we're GONNA do. I had applied to Uconn Indiana and like. UVM was like my last choice. Did Not want to go there and I had done unofficial visit there and it would have been okay. I would never have become the player that I did and it. Just it all works out serendipitous Lee. You think it's bad but it was the I absolutely loved my college athletic other experience. My college coach was phenomenal. He's one of the best in the country. I would put money on it. He's coached the women's national team at the Olympics convicts. He's an Olympian in field hockey and the coaching skills that he has and how he treated US set me up for success on on the road like you just. I think that I would never found that anywhere else. Just how incredible he was person. So I'm really great for agreeable right because I did work out better for me. Everything works I wanted to yes. So you're saying you know that first year you kinda end this limbo trying to figure okay. What's my role adult? Get to where I was in high school and understand the another local playing time for. How did you approach that at your athey mindset? We'll I I I was like I don't know if I belong here. Maybe I'm kidding myself that I was good enough to be here so I sat down with my coach I was like. I don't know if I should do this anymore. And he's like known so. I guess helpful to kind of get reassurance. 'cause there were a lot of. I think what kind of spark that a a lot of other people started walking away and I think some of them were like. I don't WanNa go to school anymore. I'm going to transfer her whatever it may be like. Maybe O and in two of my close friends on the team left and so I kind of felt like yeah now I have nobody really. They're like my two closest friends are gone on their leaving and I ended up staying in. I don't know I guess it was just that the reassurance really did help me change uh-huh and I mean I trained really hard in the gym and I think there's a lot more than I could have done actually like looking back on it. Oh I think he always offered like individual sessions outside of of artists. So if you wanted to like get better skill you could sign up for individual so it was called and I could have done more stuff like that or signed up for like small group sessions outside practice and identity. There's more moreover I could have done but I trained really hard. In the off season I moved to Washington. DC My last year. I stayed there in the summertime and I trained with the strength coach in the off season because I wanted to make my senior year. Really really good and yeah and then actually. After my senior season was done I walked onto the track team American University. Because I just I wasn't ready to be done being an athlete. We all can you hang on to officiate so you track and field. What you do as a sprinter? So like indoor. Yeah I guess there's a fifty five I don't even know if you five indoor one hundred two hundred four by one quick. I like to think I'm out right. Thank you I'm not like national level but I'm good cool like how your story playhouse awesome. Because you know the field hockey thing with the coordination with the running with no the stig ethnic dead ball that then you gotta check him field when you work on in your expanding your mechanic the now you're in this notion. Yeah so after I graduated college I enlisted in the army. I guess because I was trying to get a job in a lot of places where like you need three to five years work experience. You need master's degree and I was like good all right. I had an interest in enjoying military actually when I was very young and I thought it was an honorable thing to do so like within a month of graduate I joined the army and I should off to basic training and I joined because it continues like you need to have the physical side the mental side. There's a team environment so like all of that stuff is really attractive. The obviously it's something that I know very well and allowed me to continue and then after I was finished with all of my basic training my Vance job training. I was recruited to do

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"salihi" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"Greetings and welcome everyone to another chief. PODCAST I am chief of course and in this session WanNa present a warning to all of you and in particular The men Minna von New and men who are very much interested in learning the way of I knew and what it is that we do in the warning learning is stop getting readings stop getting spiritual readings and it goes out to all of you that it goes out to you. Women that goes out to you mid stopped getting readings and I know that may sound You know a little unsettling melling coming from someone who has been So much of their life STUDYING IKA studying Venetian systems outside of Ifan as well and learning how someone like myself. WHO's been spending so much time learning how to be proficient and accurate Diviner of integrity nonetheless. Stop getting readings and I'm GonNa give you the short of it because many of you have lost a proper context for your own intuition mission and I said something. Recently I would recent segment where had spoken about The you know some of the issues with the feminization of men or the administration of males rather within certain environments armaments and you know had used even the Church environment for example where I had should that if you look at the different ways and methods worship that there's no distinction there's no real distinction between male and female and in fact the females especially when they get on the poll pit they tend to begin to behave masculine and males inside of that environment behave very effeminate so there is this this Unisex realization but more so leaning towards the effeminate because we do live in an effeminate driven society There's a there's a drive towards that so unfortunately a lot of that spirit is brought over into The Awakened Community of those who are seeking to dig into the the the Meta cognition that surrounds different religions religions or different spiritual systems in. What happens? is they still bring that that. Our reliance on this coating of spirit and spirituality even in language you know very ambiguous language universe spirit spirit you know not really pinpointing anything. Because you don't really have to be accountable so what happens is a lot of times as we get older when we're young our intuition is very sharp and when I say young. I'm even speaking preteen. Our intuition is pretty sharp and as we get older sometimes. We don't recognize that the context of our life is changing and when the context changes then our association to certain things is going to change as well but sometimes we don't recognize that at that association is changing. You know it's it's very similar to Sometimes we have. We're more committed to how we we do things. Then the reason that we began to do it in the first place. You know For me I travel pretty frequently and as a result sometimes I come into different spaces Whether they be other countries or sometimes just in the US different states. And sometimes you see things that are being done data just backwards backwards not working for the people in that place not working for the country. They're not working for the economy. That just not working and You might mention something like you know this is is this is causing an inconvenience Why don't we do it this way? Why don't we do it that way and I think sometimes people will say well here and so on so this this is how we do it here and so on so this is this is what's done and a Lotta Times? We Lucite over what should be done. And this is a very important leadership message And Men and women you both have opportunities to lead so when I say leadership don't immediately think of talking about the husband and or the man you know We all have different people to lead a women. Typically you have children to lead in younger women junior women women and men you have everyone else that falls underneath that to lead. So it's very important for you to be able to to know what your mission is. Common Question I ask a lot of times when I'm working with families. What is the mission? What is what is your vision as a family just a family vision and there is none so when there's no fishing when his no mission then you're you're more easily programmed because whatever program that you have should be based on the mission? I'll give you an example. I never intended tended to do any kind of podcast or anything like that or to even be noticed. You know when I first started on new which started as as something else I had a previous organization I used to use this phrase all the time and I would always say I desire to be the unseen reality and that was that was my my mantra. The unseen reality. You know so I always wanted to just work behind the scenes and I had some very the knowledge available individuals with me at the time and my desire was just to pretty much just create continue to create he platforms for them to be out front and for them to be kind of the spokes people if you will for this experience and That worked for a little while but then it stopped working and I could've kept trying going to make that work. Found some other people and continue that. But then you always have to check back in with the the Gut core of the mission and vision and division originally was to provide healing to the masters. You know As opposed to the masses but for those who work with other people for those healers who work with people in those spiritual warriors to really be able to provide tutelage to be able to provide a deep level of education and teaching and healing thing and comfort to those because as healers as leaders is chiefs. It's a very very very arduous job. When you really doing it and sometimes knives you can even Kinda find yourself on the edge of insanity dealing with some of the things that you have to to deal with and You know and sometimes sometimes you might even envy other people who you know Maybe don't have the same responsibility and you know and obviously you know everyone needs to respect. Everyone needs Moments where they can kind of retreat or get things off their chest or or whatever especially Salihi and that those positions so that was the mission so the mission dictated the programming. The programming was different having different. Different lecture series back then. We should do a lot of workshops and lecture series and things like that and win that began to be less than effective because of several different things. I could have said well but this is how we do things. We do. Lectures and this tonight and I could have been more committed to the way of doing things than being more committed to the actual vision. And and it's it's it's tricky because a lot of people a lot of organizations fall into that often This is why for young people. The church is boring or sometimes go into the Majdic is born. You know going to the shrine would mommy in and seeing Baba is boring because sometimes these people who run these experiences more committed to how we do things we gotta have announcement in an after announcements. There's NA then we have a message after message rate you know and you know it becomes that That first I piece of artwork that you know sometimes when you got your first apartment or or how you went out and you got yourself a piece of artwork and you know I. It worked perfectly for that space. It matched that environment of that first department or you know again that that first house but then what happens is that You get another house and then you bring it with you and it doesn't really fit but you bring it anyway because does does an astrologer there are memories connected to it. They're different experiences. And you used to seeing it and sing it makes makes you feel like you're at home and now you know you you go down your time line. You may be three or four homes in and you still carrying around a piece of artwork. Work that is now outdated. And maybe even a little beat up in unattractive you see and it might not even fit any environment arment but it's just what used to carrying around this is how our our seniors and our holders and our elders end up with a bunch of junk and their homes. This is how it happens. This is genesis of it trying to make always fit the new context. Even they don't fit you know. Mommy wants you throughout this big back TV I don't WANNA TV. You know how long it took me to buy the TB. I saved and saved have to have that I had the TV.

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"salihi" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

Radioactive Spider-Pod

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

"Brock. got a visitor visitor Eddie. Brock do I know you. Don't you recognize it was actually Kinda depressing. You think about it. Yeah it's it's it's really weird at the when the lady walks in and starts Sassoli Salihi talking to brock. The guard is looking away and like was he expecting this to be a conjugal visit. The way she's like. Do you recognize me. Did you miss me. Yeah and he's just like all right all right brock. Make it quick with all those tentacles. I'm not sure it wasn't. We don't know how the Symbian bonds exactly with them. Why is the semi? It's so like Sassy and creepy and angry I got it doesn't like being a shirt. It's probably off from being on the fucking rocket ship for a while. Normally gets to have cool teeth and tongues and shit and instead said it was blasting around space and being a part of the sears. Catalog this sucks. I WANNA go punch stuff symbian merges back to brock and the guards Russian and good for them. Yeah I mean they try and do their job but yeah I wouldn't do that. They got beat down. It's it's terrifying too and while this is happening the Kassy's looking like fucking grinch listening to the people of Whoville like what's what's going on there man. He's like listening to everything that's happening in this excellent. But he doesn't see anything you're right like first thing he. The season is when venom is running across the yard like asset. Like years. Give you some of that. Like what the so.

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"salihi" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I used to say if the students have in trouble learning in my class. It's not up. Take them to learn differently. It's up to me to teach differently in that would require several versions of the same cast different accommodation staying after coming early early. You know study session so it was a lot more work for me but this was the profession that I love that. I chose so I wanted my students vince to learn. It wasn't about a job. It was about a paycheck for me and I think most of the people engage in these professions and last in these professions. They feel the same way. I mean. Sometimes you have people do it for very different reasons. But most times they themselves out. They don't last very long or their careers come to an abrupt end or they're never happened. Never fulfilled never satisfy. I think public servants in true public servants. The people who choose this work love the work and really want to impact change and improve outcomes in communities but I mean as those human nature people are people. You always have some some bad apples in any profession. But I don't think it changes the nature of the profession and the worker public servant. I have to believe that. Just one more the thing about the the parental aspect of living inner city. I was the product of a silkair hall are motorized two boys. Speak to the difficulties of that of being You know obviously have dealt with single parent homes people who as you moved it to before people who don't they have the same for about education. They'll discipline their kids in. Obviously no one wants to send your child to a school that like you said unsafe in order GonNa sit next to a child who doesn't take education as seriously to that difficulty. I'll I think again. It requires accommodations and modifications because for many of these young people. They didn't choose life. They were born into you. Know you have someone this foreign to a single mom. A teenage mom who is in a very disruptive household they come to school with all they know and I think sometimes sometimes as adults we kinda have to just take a step backwards and say well. Maybe no one's ever explained to them that this is you know. Maybe no one's ever pulled him. The site had that Congress had that conversation in a lot of that is how we approach students. I've had so many students who were explosive assertive angry just uncontrollable and I pull them. Aside and developed a relationship a report on a level of trust for I would say. You can't do this. I need you to take a walk with me and it requires a lot more time and attention but it's worth it and it's unfortunate that so many people I don't see that in the impact of that I remember what I I got to Congress. Committee I was. I was chairing a committee and it was on seclusion restraint and we went for three hours talking about kids being restrained in schools but the whole conversation was about students who had autism or or special education needs. And we're about to gavel out and I says how can we conclude a hearing about this important topic without even talking about the fact that boys and boys of color are disproportionately secluded restraint for behavior issues more than any other group like. We're not even talking about this in a real and authentic way and I think many school districts in many school systems don't want to have those conversations because it seems like it makes people feel like somehow they've done something wrong it's the numbers. Show that black and Brown children are suspended more restrained more and they're like well no. We're not doing it on purpose. These are the kids who just happened to be suspended suspended. Or they're getting in trouble but I can tell you that there's so many other cultural things around that you know. I would have to students whose parents never came up for teacher night you know so. The perception of the teacher had of them was very different. But it's like both appears work. Second Shift job. You know. We haven't every three. It's always at a Thursday. It's seven to nine if you work on Thursday second shift than you can't come at this time you know. I've seen firsthand where two students gets in trouble. Parrot leave work and come to the school and have a conversation with the principal Assembled to cool off and the other student is suspended for three days. I've seen where a student is suspended in the parents. Come back in and it goes from out of school suspension to an in school suspension. So we cannot have a system by which only the kids who have an advocate who comes in and speaks up for them are the ones who will give consideration to or special consideration to Yeah James Thanksgiving is always. I always as would ask myself is this. The Education for my child is this what I want for my child. I mean there were some kids who their behavior warranted a discipline infraction or their behavior warranted time in school suspension. But I think it has to be fair air has to be equitable. It can't be one set of rules or one standard of principles for one group in a different one for another room. So I think it's something that a lot of schools still struggle with. I'm happy that so many districts are investing in the resources to educate their teachers about implicit bias. About Trauma informed counseling Salihi about understanding remember. Waterbury did a study and what they found. was that our students..

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Bringing Voice to the Elderly with Maarten Lens-FitzGerald of Project Zilver

Bixby Developers Chat

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Bringing Voice to the Elderly with Maarten Lens-FitzGerald of Project Zilver

"I'm with Martin Lens Fitzgerald Martin. Money tell us what you do so bill for over three years now. I'm a voice evangelist. So I helped companies find their way into this new channel. Maybe even a new medium and I do this in Amsterdam so most of Europe is where I work customers like Vodafone. KLM TALL POW all kinds of companies. That I talked to that I help inspire action. He gets simple skills skills or actions going or even help them scale. AWESOME UNWARE HAIR project voice What are you doing a project voice? What do you do you like will here? I am actually sleep tech talking to people about project silver which is my project that helps elderly people yeah get better life uplifting there live using voice technology and it's consorts you. Mike created together with Google in Holland as well as the local AARP and insurer and the government ban and what we found. I'll be sharing this research tomorrow. Is that over. Twenty one percent of the elderly had talked to the vice is already up and running and yeah basically it's a very promising medium medium for them so with the consortium and trying to get customers are basically trying to get organizations to create services for the elderly because Handy Handy. That's great you know. I M super bullish on the elderly invoice because it's not technology they need to learn just talk and and it just works and I think it's one of the. There's such an opportunity for the voice industry to get in and help Italy and have them lead a better life. I it's what I've found with snow already for a year and a half is that it's a flywheel effect I found platforms. They get more users at more of a positive a PR angle. It's not just light bulbs on and often buying flowers knows making people's lives better. There is so much impact their customer or the organizations get more customer service purpose than better and then the elderly whose lives get ab- lifted so and that together it creates like a magic potion if you will and we started now also in Denmark. I'm looking to start in Germany in the UK as well as in the US news. So that's my mission so you touched a bit with talking about your project and silver and elderly but where thirty one of the voice and what do you see it going in next year five years. Where would you like to see it so if I was younger? Now I would steady the anthropology collagen emerging tech. So how do you emerge a new channel like voice. This is my fourth new medium or fifth new medium. started out web did email we all did. Mobil did augmented reality. And now this and so where are we now. And what's going to happen. It's Daily. I wonder I ponder that so on one one hand I think are we still. I wonder are we at the gopher stage of see remember ads. Remember that this tree whip creates are are we at compuserve and AOL live at further was walled gardens which suites the platforms aren't or are we at the stage age. Where you had just Nokia blackberry but no iphone or android and I think we are before the iphone moment of voice and Actually Salihi standing in the sand or that? I think the approach that bixby house is one of the key next generation approaches that we need that is different than almost the APP model. which you find with Amazon with herbals? I'm really yeah following. Let's go on with gigs. Because I think that is very well. Thank you very much. Yeah we're trying to push the industry forward and you know we have very able and great competitors and I think it's all it's all just a rising tide for all going on right now. So Martin. People want to follow what you're doing project silver or yourself. How would they keep in contact with Zilmer with a z dot com where we will publish publish our research results next week? We'll be launching tomorrow here in formerly the next we could we Downloadable as a pdf and then if we want to know more about me use me in your company any any which way as a talk as it were jobs or helped me help. Create Services Lens Dash Fitzgerald Dot Com. Everything's they're awesome pleasure talking to you. Martin

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"salihi" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"Many of us became aware of Chanel Miller's gifts as a writer before we learned her name after she was assaulted at Stanford the perpetrator Brock Turner stood trial and at its conclusion Chanel who had remained anonymous throughout read a victim. Impact Statement to the court that echoed around the Internet now that she has shared her identity publicly and written a book under her own name. She has also recorded herself reading that statement. And here's an excerpt hurt. Instead of taking time to heal. I was taking time to recall the night in excruciating detail in order to prepare for the attorneys questions that would be invasive aggressive in designed to steer me off course to contradict myself my sister phrased in ways to manipulate really my answers instead of his attorney saying. Did you notice any abrasions. He said you didn't notice any abrasions. Rate this was a game of strategy as if I could be tricked out of my own worth the sexual assault had been so clear but instead here I was at the trial answering questions. Like how old are you. How much do you weigh? What did you eat that day or would you have for dinner? Who Made Dinner? Did you drink with dinner. No not even water. When did you drink? How much did you drink? What container did you drank out of love? Who gave you the drink? How much do you usually drink? Who dropped you off at this party? At what time. But where exactly what were you wearing. Why why are you going to this party what you do when you got there? Are you sure you did that. What time did you do that? What is this text mean? Who are you texting? When did you urinate? where did you urinate? With whom did you urinate. Outside was your phone on silent when your sister called. Do you remember Knbr. Silencing it really because on page fifty three I'd like to point out they you said it was set to ring. Did you drink in college. You said you were a party animal. How many times did you blackout as you party at frats? Are you serious with your boyfriend. Are you sexually active with him. When did you start dating? Would would you ever cheat. You have a history of cheating. What do you mean? When he said he wanted to reward him? You remember what time you woke up. Were you wearing your card again. What color was your Cardigan? Your member anymore from that night. No okay. Well we'll let Brock Philip fill it in. I was pummeled with narrowed pointed questions that I suspected my personal life. Love Life Past Life Life family life. Inane questions accumulating trivial details to try and find an excuse for this guy who had me half naked before even even bothering to ask for my name after physical assault. I was assaulted with questions designed to attack me to say. See her facts. Don't line up. She's out of her mind. She's practically an alcoholic. She probably wanted to hook up. He's like an athlete right. They were both drunk. Whatever hospital staff she remembers is after the fact why take it into account brock as a lot at stake having a really hard time right now and finally to girls everywhere I am with you on nights when you feel alone I am with you when people doubt you or dismiss you? I am with you I every day for you. Never stop fighting. I believe view as the author and the Mart Once wrote lighthouses. Don't go running all over an island looking for for boats to save they. Just stand there shining. Although I can't save every vote I hope that by speaking today. You absorbed a small amount of light a small knowing that you can't be silenced. A small satisfaction that justice was served a small assurance that we are getting somewhere and a big big knowing that you are important unquestionably. You are untouchable. You are beautiful you you are to be valued respected undeniably. Every minute of every day you are powerful and nobody can take that away from you girls everywhere I am with you and now here's on me not to talking to Chanel about that time in her life about the years since which she's written about in her new book no my name my name is Miller and I'm the author of no my name. Hi Chanel thank you so much for coming on. Call your girlfriend today. Hello Amina Gina. Thank you so much for having me. It really means a lot that you are here. I really really really really really enjoyed your memoir. Not It was such a both like a beautiful and powerful piece of writing so thank you thank you. Yeah I mean where do where do we even start. Yes can you. You Walk me through the process of deciding to write this book. Oh yeah I mean writing something. I've always wanted to do. No question from a very young age so I was blissed out by the opportunity at the same time I was really nervous to immerse myself back inside the case again and I think in Western culture especially Salihi people pride others for moving on and I felt like I was supposed to be moving on and mm focusing on different things but I realize the best thing for me was actually to go backward and to revisit my passed and spend a lot of time there and to make sense of it so that I could fully move on so a lot of writing was accepting that I I would be backtracking lot and being okay with that and realizing that that's progress You know when I watched got sixty minute interview that you did yeah. It was It was powerful for a lot of reasons for me but I think the two things that struck me the most were thinking like Oh of course. He's a writer we. We all heard that beautiful letter that you wrote to the judge and I was like I can't believe that I had not occurred to me that you are a writer and I think that the other thing too that like really kind of knocks me on my ass as seeing your presentation and being like Oh this a person is white and Asian American. No and I just. I don't know like it's surprise me that I was surprised and it surprised me. I was feeling the feelings that I it was feeling. And you know and I think that's so much of that for me was also just like in my head like who is emily. Oh you know. And and Emily Darrow is is a white woman for you know for for many constructed reasons that are both fair and unfair and I think that even just like inner like having you on your own terms like present who you were with something that was really It was a really powerful experience for me and so I you wonder how that felt for you. Yeah I think you know looking through court documents and seeing the form I I believe the probation officer had filled out seeing that she had checked that the victims ethnishity was white without even bothering to ask me or four even wondering that it could be different or seeing my last name Miller in assuming that I'm only white it just I spoke to the fact that she wasn't taking the time to understand or to truly know the person who was inside this case So I did feel like it was important to be visible. You know struggled a lot with the decision to come forward on on one hand. I had achieved privacy and safety. And you know that's what we're trained to want you know it's like any victim is lucky to have her identity preserved at the same time. I thought that's not enough. What I really want is to be able to be fully scene gene and still accepted and to still feel proud of myself and safe? We should be able to be visible and safe. We shouldn't didn't have to conceal everything about ourselves just to move on in life so I wanted to be seen and I and I wanted people to know so that a multifaceted that I'm much more than people may have even been able to imagine at the time you write in the book that like growing up. Asian American made you feel used to being unseen two never fully being known not outfield possible that I could be the protagonist and you know I think that you are really touching on something that is so is both like very painful and also very real this idea. You know for Asian American women that intersection of racism and sexism. Is You know it's something that is shared by probably a a lot of people of color but it's also like very unique to your own personal experience rate totally. I think you know for people people of Color. It's much more common to be dismissed and for others to assume that we won't make a fuss that we won't have the power or resources to push back or to make others care. I felt throughout the process that I was being underestimated estimated that I was being perceived as someone who is soft spoken. Who wouldn't put up a fight and maybe in the end that served me They didn't know what I was capable of. But you know of course we are. We are allowed and we will not go down down quietly and really tired of others thinking that just because I'm quiet or because I cry. It means I'm soft or a pushover. That's it's not the case I think we have a fierceness and we will use it when necessary even if we're not employing it all the time time. Yeah you know when I was doing research to speak to you I found out a lot of stuff that was very surprising though is now either in twenty fifteen. The Asian Asian Pacific Institute on Gender based violence found that like somewhere between twenty one and fifty five percent of Asian American women experienced physical and sexual violence from their intimate partners winners and also that dot is the demographic that has the least likely to report rape or any kind of form of sexual violence. Mike Lesser them other races says and so just thinking about how like you know. It's like there are structural reasons that we experience the things that we experience but also those things all have very personal ramifications nations. And when I think about you using your voice in the background of like this what the system says supposed to happen I think that got it reverberates throughout much louder. Yeah absolutely yeah I think you know my mom is even stereotypes about Asian moms is.

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An Iraqi Spring?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:36 min | 2 years ago

An Iraqi Spring?

"Some of the people who have been demonstrating across Iraq in recent weeks had not been born in two thousand and three when the United States led an invasion which was supposed is to turn the country into a beacon of liberal democracy at least four hundred of the people who have demonstrated across Iraq. In recent weeks we'll never know if such an outcome ever occurs the response of authorities has been brutal with several instances of live fire used against protesters. The protests tests began in early October. They have persisted despite the heavy handed reaction of Iraqi police and other security services last weekend. Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi admitted defeat and announced his resignation. It is unclear who or what comes next. Iraq's new protests protests a brief venting of frustration or is it something bigger than that a delayed addition to the Arab spring or a contribution to a current global eruption of rage. And will they change anything. This is the foreign desk. A lot of these really young demonstrators. And you're like kids. were like seventeen years old going to these really dangerous places where there's live bullets and all of them will stay universally. I'm not afraid I'm ready to die for this and asked him. Why aren't you afraid? And many of them will say something like you know I've gotten used to. This isn't something that scares me anymore. which is a hard thing to hear coming from early on kids? Mel Of the question is what you're on will do or will not do. It's what the the Iraqis will do or do on mainly the Iraqi political elite who are having constitutional legal and ethical obligations awesome to insulate the country from foreign influence. I would consider what we've seen in October until now this year is probably the greatest existential essential threat to the post. Two Thousand and three Iraqi State even when Isis rose the Iraqi parties and the people were together in condemning Isis and there was a clear strategy to remove isis assist. There is not a clear strategy of what needs to be done and I think the political leaders sat in Baghdad or feeling. You're listening to the foreign desk with me. Andrew Miller my first guest today is pressure Mageed a journalist based in Baghdad who has been covering the protests since the beginning of October tober pressure. First of all. Let's talk about what's been happening this week. What point have the protests got to now so the protesters have really dug in their heels? At this point. They've we've kind of set up their own mini infrastructure within Dr Square. They have tents people are sleeping there for weeks at a time. They have blankets. They have emergency health facility. Salihi stood up for people who are injured and people are really prepared to stay there for a very long time. Well let's go back to win. This started in October as as far as it was possible to tell. was there any particular thing that sparked it off obviously underlying these demonstrations a great many eh deeply-held grievances but was there. One particular thing that seemed to bring people out into the streets so at the very beginning of October the protests I I think we're kind of like normal protests right so there were huge huge huge huge numbers at the very beginning and they were protesting after office. The fact that there was no real change. They were protesting also to a certain extent military leader. WHO's popular removal from office? But they really. I think started growing quite intensely after the the government's violent response to those protesters you know. They started using bullets at the beginning of October. And I think that's part of the reason why the protests have have grown to such an extent you know there's the endemic economic issues. There's the corruption that people are just exhausted with and then there's the fact that people are just so angry that they're seeing so many people being and killed in the streets. The authorities in Iraq went incredibly quickly from a standing start to firing live rounds at civilian protesters as anybody buddy yet understood how why that happened. It's been reported by Some of the agencies that the Iraqi government gut advice ice from costumes Sulaimaniyah the head of the Revolutionary Guard on how to respond to the protests in that might have been part of the reason why the response was so violent and Y- it seems like you know how they felt at the time was that they could not allow for any protests whatsoever that they needed to stamp it out as quickly as possible. And when you say revolution regard the you are of course talking about the Iranian Revolution regard and it has been a theme of these protests that Iranian targets have often come under fire will will quite literally. We've seen several Iranian consulates and other buildings burned down in some cases repeatedly. was that something that was already in the the era kind of resentment at Iranian influence over Iraq or did that come about because of this perceived Iranian involvement in the the massacre of at least at least four hundred that we now know of demonstrators. I think it's both I mean. People were definitely already angry at Iran for its influence over Iraq and especially it's seen as the power behind zone of some of the political parties that many protesters regardless very corrupt in as one of the main reasons that Iraq is in its current situation. And and then you know people definitely Blame Iran to a large extent for the violence. That's occurred I mean you know it's not like they don't blame government as well well but you know people definitely see that. Iran is kind of like the power behind the throne

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"salihi" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"To people you you know the parent loves loves them more but it may not be about that at all maybe about something else right. So that's just US needs ample so and this isn't just go from Miami. I think in a lot of cases what people say. It's it's about. This is not what ends up about ends up. Being about uber relational issues see wine to be in control of love. The money in the health care carbon jury. Because it's hardly go. It's it's hard except I guess. Hard to deal with what's going on on my mom. She had declined a lot over the summer. And that's this means it's expected but when it happens you're still surprised and it's like what the heck being able to make. Decisions isn't so much about making decisions about having a sense of control adding some sort of power in that situation basically powerless. Let's talk a little light bulb topics. So how somebody elder-care mediator GonNa take your job opening not worried about that. Unfortunately I was going to need to be off more of you in the near future. Asura huge need but as the biggest problem is people don't know that people like me exist and they don't know how much side of this time and money and emotional pain. We can save you know otherwise people would be knocking at my door. They're not so I'm I'm really glad about this opportunity. How does one become an elder care mediator? Most people become a mediator later. I for whatever we said and then realize how elder care is becoming such a big issue and decide to add that to that practice for me. It was the other way round. I was wasn't my fifties along time ago. uh-huh approaching my fifties. I was looking to make a career change and I really wanted to do something that I felt. I could do due until for really long haul ever retire and so I thought okay something in the Aj if you'll be great because it's a growing field and having more life experiences an asset rather than a liability as professors and so I spent a year really researching going conferences and workshops fence to find out what's out there in the in the field of aging aging. And then I met somebody who talked about L. that mediation and I was. I've spent my tie. Doug wife involved in organizations that I promote consensus and so that's my natural way of being and so how people find consensus essentially Ashley seemed like a really good fit. Also the profession is isn't regulated in California and so it doesn't take a ton of training you to start a business. I how a ton of training at this point but you need it because you know end of life life issues and family issues and my white low. That's just got on it landmines to avoid. Yeah it's the factual information that's is really important. But also the communication tools to learn and practice them. I've been one of the the Tools I found most helpful in my practice I ran across like ten years ago. A training in in what was then called Valley and communication base mediation. Snow called mediate your life. which like a lot better now a little nicer you're invited communication or it's also known as passionate? Communication is a specific communication method. There was Over fifty years ago developed by Dr Marshall Rosenberg and it's been taught or all around the world and to use an in context not just in case of When there's already a conflict but it's really designed to get people out of the heads into their hearts and to connect the level in any kind of conversation at home at work with friends anywhere and that has turned out? It should be one of the most important tools in my tool K.. Because especially with people or someone during dementia as you know. What's so hard for us? In this very brain oriented society is to Josu serves to a relationship with somebody when you can't reason anymore right and compassionate communication. I'm really happy with that because it gets into the heart and you can still connect on a heart And I know you know from first hand experience and that's one thing I wanted to share with you that that's really important tool for me because it helps people in this situation so much. I've talked to well some guests. They've learned obviously but again people they have met through where my mom lives or my support workgroup in. It's like you can you come. We'll see it's like they're trying to logic through situation. You can't guess Mazda painter later bills because she can't remember. She didn't pay the bills and she thinks people are stealing reliever checking account. These are all really common stories. And that's obviously Salihi a factual situation. You have to deal with. But you can't deal with it in a logical and factual wave to deal with it in a different way so I can see how can help somebody in my situation navigate.

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Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

Astronomy Cast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

"Used to be so simple. Comets were snowballs from the outer solar system and asteroids rocks walks from the inner solar system. But now everything's all shades of gray. STRANA found asteroids have behavioral comets and college the behave like Asteroids Pamela. Make sense of this for him. It's a continuum of objects that simply want to mock with our desire to name mm-hmm everything let's face it. Human beings like to put things in boxes and and this is a problem for us when it comes to the solar system because we used to think it was so easy we had trust real world. We had gas giants we we had asteroids. We had icy things and and it's all falling apart as we've discovered that well somewhere between the icy things in the asteroid. Things is a continual. And there's there's no discrete gap or anything no set the technical term icy things and asteroid things. Technically it's comet or send tour or Kuyper belt object depending on where they are and then of course the cloud. We need to stop naming things based on where they're located located right or just like trying to classify them don't judge just that's just gonNA drive yourself crazy so and then they're gonNA set off a debate on the Internet where people are going to yell at each other about whether poodles planet or not. And we're still going to have to hear about it now however the classic we're just GonNa go with Planet Classic Play Planet Classic. Okay all right so so then back. In the olden days of your What was an asteroid? It was a dry rocky. Object like killed the dinosaurs awards and exists in the asteroid belt. That in general is made of metals of carbons of silicates and and is dry. That was wrapped is where we started. Asteroids that you've got the the ones that are near the earth we've got the ones as you said in the main asteroid belt and then we've got the trojans interesting side note. Did you know that. There is roughly in the same order of magnitude as many objects in Jupiter's Trojan Asteroid Area as in the main asteroid. Bill Lloyd didn't that's is you know that either the I know until I was doing an episode about it in other the words the solar system has second asteroid belt. And you didn't even know about it. I mean we all knew the trojans were there but we didn't know that they work and they're not even third third. They're really just to clouds that Leonie Trail Jupiter like like yeah parade on procession around our solar I system and yet there is as many objects roughly as in the main asteroid belt. So anyway interesting thing I just discovered So okay so so. Asteroid Rock Metal Draw S.. What's a comet? Eight comment is a Blob of mostly Isis. So so here you have. Water is nitrogen ice dry ice isis. Things that can be liquids. It's Things that will become gassy tails and we knew that mixed in with that was some gravelly bets but it was considered to be mostly Salihi ice and cold Gucci does a great of she does a great science show where she will make a comment with yes and and and this is something that that astronomers have been doing for ages because you can get all of the ingredients to make a comment in a bowl pretty much. It's from your local grocery store. If your local grocery store happens to have dry ice and I it's just a little bit of Corn Syrup a little bit of molasses lassus dry some water some ammonia and then you grab a handful of dirt from the art right and that's a comet and so it's pretty pretty clear right like obviously one is a chunk of rock and metal rock or metal rock and metal rock or metal at the other is a chunk of water with maybe a little bit of dirt thrown in meet both in volatile ICES. When did this categorization and start to go off the rails? What some discoveries that were made that made this clearly problematic? Well one one of the problems was simply the story we had told ourselves about. Our solar system turned out to be wrong and one of the stories that we told ourselves about our solar system. was that all of the water. We have all all of the earth's oceans came to us through the bombardment of comets on the surface of our world but when we started looking at the composition position accommodates the waters that comets are made of. Don't match the water that we have here on earth so there is a sudden w T.F. If water what's wrong with you and a realization that all the water we've got had to come from somewhere else now. It didn't end there it. It never ends that simply said but but just like just before you move on so we know Oh that like based on whatever the deterioration the tritium is the ratios of of what are the kinds of hydrogen involve are involved in making water ready the ratio Samyong comments right and so. Have you sample the water in the earth's oceans and then you look at the samples that had been done in in looking at comet. They don't match perfectly. I mean obviously they both have water in them. But but it's like the initial recipe doesn't seem to match so it's to the comments couldn't have been the source of all of an and in fact having looked at multiple comets. It's if our water came from the as we so far seeing them typical comments. It still doesn't work so it it. It can't even be like the smallest fraction of our water. Came from comments So yeah it's not comments. Okay so the so then. We have a clue but that doesn't mean anything right just means that the water came from somewhere else. Maybe it was formed in place as the earth formed and then maybe it was a part of underground and in welled up over time as the Earth Glenham models. That's out there. But that's no longer the dominant model because we have another Attacker that has been identified. It's it's been realized that asteroids have water in fact they appear to have a lot of water and big astros like series may even have subsurface sees of water right so within how was how were these discoveries made well. It's it's been a whole combination of looking at nearer by asteroid looking things and realizing shoot. These are actually active. They actually periodically spray material outwards and thinking. Well some of them were just going to call. I'm dead comments. We're going to refer to these objects that clearly used to be comets. Their orbits change they got crusted over with stuff will blame them on being former comets comets and about works to a point but then we started doing things like sending probes out to visit asteroids and when we got to series. We saw cry of alcoholism going on there are massive features on series that appeared to be former role. Kano's that have now begun to slump and there's at least one. What appears to be still active volcano in place in the bottom of a crater and these this is salty stuff that's getting sprayed up and then settling down and crusting over the volcano that that it is

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"salihi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Same on the bus for me on they don't see Salihi Monet's should Benko Cadeau Weinstein funding for those but it went off in lasts less I'd be happy to show off either store a unity I wanted a lemon Medo mellow style humana you know what I know stood up anymore I want to go and what you're buying food DR Congo GonNa Throw me missiles on the mutuals bullet but I am but I'm fifteen.

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Democratic Presidential Field Filled With Uncertainty

The Diane Rehm Show

09:17 min | 2 years ago

Democratic Presidential Field Filled With Uncertainty

"Mike we'll share it's good to have you with us thanks for me so much has changed for the Democratic presidential field and I wonder how you see it you described it as filled with uncertainty that's right most of this year it's been relatively steady there hasn't been many changes in the polls you've had a set group of front runners and then just in the last three weeks you've had pretty titanic changes for one Elizabeth Warren has sort of broken out in the national and early state polling she's clearly had the most a successful campaign so far and you had a bunch of other candidates are turning to attacker to try and clip her wings as she rose number two Bernie Sanders who is always been pulling in the top three suffered a heart attack and his announced that he's going to slow down his campaigning when he returns to the trail it's not clear yet what effect have on his support among primary voters or whether he'll be able to perform the same way as he has in the past and things like debates which will have next Tuesday and then the third biggest thing is obviously impeachment and not just impeachment but impeachment that is focused on president trump's efforts to find mation from the Ukrainian president's on Joe Biden who has been leading the national polls for much of this year the Democratic nomination fight and spirit typically president trump serve incessant focus on the relationship Joe Biden son Hunter had with Ukrainians while he was vice president and whether he did anything improper and so that is really thrown the Biden campaign for a loop as well so you have you have this enormous turmoil right now we I don't know where it's going to sell out okay let's start with Joe I can and you talk about turmoil how much has the crane really controversy how much has it damage Joe Biden so to answer that question it's it's good to go back in time a little bit you know all year long Biden has been hit with controversy after controversy you know questions about his positions on busing in the nineteen seventies questions about his physical contact with voters and other people that events his his sort of stumbling performance on the campaign trail he's been attacked at debates by rival candidates it's and his polling has stayed remarkably consistent there hasn't been a lot that's been able to affect him so that's one thing to say at the outset the second is that a lot of what the president trump has been throwing it biden is not true and this is sort of universally acknowledged among the Democrat can is there is no evidence for instance that advice resident Biden was doing the bidding of his son or trying to protect his son when he went to Ukraine to push to fire a prosecutor when he was vice president that that was being made by a number of Western governments at the same time and despite with the prosecutor has said since then there's just no evidence to back up that underlying claim but there is a second Gary Issue here which Israel for Vice President Biden which is was it proper and appropriate for his son to be making money in a eastern European tree at a time when his father when he was in charge of US policy are the point person on US policy towards Ukraine and that's a question that is little more complicated and I think we'll continue to haunt vice president Biden will come up at the next debate and then the third issue to sort of take into account here is that Vice President Biden from the beginning has been running a primary campaign against Donald Trump the best message for him I am the person who can best take on Donald Trump so in a war hey there's a silver lining for him trump is clearly worried about his candidacy trump is clearly going after him and Biden has the ability at this point to serve step up and and say look he is scared I'm going to be able to beat him and to reinforce his central message of his campaign which is that he is the person best equipped to push trump out of office and so those three things mixed together will probably give us the answer right now the polls that we've seen haven't moved much worn his I need her rise that seems like a very real thing in recent polls but there's also not a lot of evidence that that Biden is collapsing he hasn't collapsed all year so I think we're in for for along along campaign and the question becomes has Joe Biden push back harden as right and and there have been real questions about that that there's obviously been some stress in his campaign and disagreement over that last week there was an odd moment where they sort of hate Salihi arranged a nighttime on the East Coast News event where he gave a speech lambasting president trump and it wasn't really notified advanced to the media clearly seemed to be pulled together at the last minute they'd begun to take out advertising to counter a lot of spending right now by trump on the air about Biden but but Biden is hamstrung in that regard because while president trump is raising you know one hundred million dollars plus a quarter he's raising closer took fourteen or fifteen million dollars a quarter so he just can't compete at the moment with the volume of what president trump might be able to throw at them and of course we all recall the two thousand sixteen campaign where Donald Trump focused on what he called Crooked Hillary is he it clearly to use that same kind of ammunition against Joe Biden even though there is nothing to indicate read that he in any way was attempting to help his the mere fact that his son said on that Ukrainian board is that enough for Donald Trump to use that as a and the first question will he do it yes absolutely he will do it. If Biden is the nominee in and we know very clearly from from president trump's behavior and candidates behavior that he is not constrained by facts in his political attack so so the fact that you know there is no evidence that he was doing official bidding for his son not stop him from saying that over and over and over again and that possibly sinking in with a good portion of the country I think it's worth saying that he would probably use a similar playbook against anybody who is the Democratic nominee he runs on character assassination of his opponents he's probably the most effective political messenger we've seen in recent memory at especially in negative campaigning that said there is some evidence in public polls and elsewhere or that the American people are kind of used to this behavior by president trump that they are skeptical of whether he tells the truth skeptical of whether he's behaving appropriately pose this week showing majority of the country supports impeachment proceedings against him if those polls hold up may indicate that in a general election race you know the the two thousand sixteen playbook trump used to such great effect isn't as effective this time are now let move on to Bernie Sanders. There was reluctance on the part of his campaign to even call what he variance a heart attack but then finally they did come out and say he had a heart attack at now is is taking some rest the fact of the matter is he is what seventy nine years old seventy eight years old seventy eight years old so is this experience out there in the public going to make people think more than ice about Bernie Sanders I think the question will be answered by his performance and and you're right initially the campaign was very cagey about what had happened they said he received a stent it had chest pains but he stayed in the hospital for several days which was unusual for someone who had a stent than they admitted he had a heart attack they still I'll have not described how much damage there was to heart and that's an important fact if you know you having a heart attack means there's damage to your heart muscle but you can have very little image and be able to recover quite well or you could have much more serious damage which would really slow you down and we just don't know how well he's doing we know he's been taking occasional six in Burlington and and he's been able to speak to reporters but but I think the coming weeks after the next debate will make clear whether he can recover from this and I think you already before this happened sanders was in a position where he was the most accomplished fundraiser in the field who's raising more money they than anyone else he had an enormous grassroots support but he also had diminishing national polls over the course of this year both in early states it's and in

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Apple’s AR Headset May Be Mere Months Away

Mac OS Ken

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Apple’s AR Headset May Be Mere Months Away

"Here is a story to get your hopes up though maybe not one on which to hang your hat macrumors has t.f international securities analyst and Prolific Apple prognosticator Mingji quo saying that apple's a are headset is serious Salihi just months away the piece as the analyst indicating that Apple's augmented reality headset will enter mass production as soon as the fourth quarter of this year and time for an early twenty twenty launch hello you can call me Fox mulder because yes I want to believe the peace goes on to say quote understands that Apple's AARP glasses will be marketed as an iphone accessory and primarily ak- display role while wirelessly offloading computing networking and positioning to the iphone designing the AR glasses to work as an iphone X.. Sassari is also expected to allow apple to keep the glasses slim and lightweight rather than trying to pack all the processing power into the one device Shut up and take my money

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Giving Yourself Permission to do Big Things

The Chalene Show

11:23 min | 2 years ago

Giving Yourself Permission to do Big Things

"Hey there welcome to this edition of of car smart Friday on the Shalini show which seatbelts on we're going for a ride welcome to the show lean show Jelena's a New York Times bestselling filling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you live your life so today I am answering your questions and these are really fun question so I posted this up on my instagram stories and I promised I would give you your answer. Some of these are really deep but I'm excited to talk about the stuff off by the way these are questions all pertain to like being successful or like going for it so the first question was why I do you think that people are afraid to go after their dreams and I think the reason why people afraid to go after their dreams is probably obvious it's either. They don't think they're anof. They don't think that they are big enough important enough smart enough that they're going to fail. L. And nobody wants to look stupid. Nobody wants to be vulnerable and that way and so. I think it's interesting that people don't go for their dreams. I think it's even more interesting when people don't have dreams or what. They say that they're dreamer. Their goal is it's like dude. You're already like that's just going to happen happen. It's like saying my goal is to someday be fifty one years old like that's GonNa Happen. You know what I mean like so often. I asked people like you know. What do you WanNa do like how how much money do you WanNa make or what would you like to build. How would you like to feel or look at things that there are already on pace for. That's not a goal. I mean that's not something that pushes you. That's not something that stretches you. When I'm talking about dreaming I mean giving yourself permission to dream think about something that feels elusive that feels difficult that feels far far away like Brenton I when we we're making our vision kind of like our five year plan if you will and we were doing this as part of a mastermind group remember the sunny. Do you remember orange when you're talking about three percents percent Yep. We're this mastermind group that we've formed where we invited the very first mastermind we did. I think this like two thousand nine we invited small group of people from different industries but all you know business folks but different stages like to the gals had like a a spray tanning business they were starting together and there was a psychiatrist and an inventor of physical therapists sutter capital of Yeah Yeah Venture Capitalists. It was Kinda cool. It was cool. It was really cool but anyways we did this exercise together as a group and we all wrote down what we wanted our lives look five years from that moment and Britain I wrote our own and then we were kind of comparing notes and one of our mutual dreams was to live on the ocean like live on the ocean or I should say on if near the ocean ocean your abuse like a Beach Beach House right. I don't know that was picturing living on the ocean but I was picturing living like you know I could see it where I look like a walk to the beach and yes and like frankly those homes here in southern California just to give you some perspective the same house that you were to buy like in a nice neighborhood neighborhood but off of the beach on the beach. It might be another add five million dollars. Would you say that about right. Maybe four million it depends on how big houses but yeah typically if you're moving towards the ocean you have a few of the ocean on the ocean. You're looking at you know four to six months in southern California yeah in addition to like that's minimum yes. Oh picture your average size house in southern California. You know how expensive that is and now take another four to six million on to the normal price they just because on the ocean so when we said that when we put that in our five year plan plan like that felt very dreamy. It didn't feel like it was for sure GonNa Happen. Were ready for it in the next year or two. That's for sure right and you know I said this today. I put that on paper but I am not an ally and tell you. I thought that was GONNA happen in five years. Here's how I create a dream and it's that would be super cool. I think it's within the realm of possibilities but I don't know that it's likely that's what I call a dream a dream emerson like I don't know if it's like that likely to happen. I can see that it's possible. That's a dream and I think too many of us too many view. You say okay well. Here's this dream but you know it's very likely if you just put a little bit of effort into it to come up with a dream that's really exciting is is to put something on paper that you like that would be freaking on freaking believable and a little scary and scary yeah to get to that point. It's GonNa. There's GONNA be some risk involved and there's GonNa be some a strategy and you really have to think about it. I remember those three percent or meetings that we had to Kinda correct a couple people because like you said earlier they put down goals or crazy things can happen if I were like. Wait a second you're already doing. It's like the next year like it's almost like when you write down tattoos that you WanNa do tomorrow and one of them's brush your teeth yeah. It's a a small. It's not even a drink. It's a small goal. It's not even dream so so there you go so the next question was what is the difference between between well okay with this kind of a local. She gives a little backstory and says she regularly self sabotage ourselves so she said I am trying to figure out whether I have fear of failure fear of success okay so I don't know the answer and I do think they're different. Someone who has fear of failure. Oh year typically in not always most situations you have either really critical parents errands or critical people around you and so your fear of failure is that you just want to be accepted and loved and when you messed up you didn't feel those things as a child usually sometimes fear of failure though is because you have so much success around you they you're afraid to fail because then you again you won't belong so. I think fear of failure is our desire to belong desired to have significance and we think if we fail sale that will be lesser yeah I like rejected or we won't be loved. We won't be accepted. I think that's what we're fear. Failure comes in and fear of success different. Fear of success in my estimation is someone who when they think about being successful that means a comes with more responsibility expectations demands change. Jim People are afraid of change that if they are also I think fear of success sometimes is that people think well if I'm successful of a lot of eyes John. Me and then people will know that I'm fried so can be some imposter syndrome imposture soon for sure and if I get too big I've been up too many eyeballs on me in somebody. If not many people are gonNA figure out like it's not real yeah so nope if you think about both of those things right or fear of success and fear of failure in either case you just want to be accepted and you want to be loved and appreciated you. WanNa be enough so the way you get around. Both of those is knowing that how other people feel about you has nothing to do with your worth earth. It has nothing to do with your value. You are enough. You're worthy and you are significant because you're you your child of God so get over that and I also think the only way that you can fail is by doing nothing. That's how you fail and the only person you'll fail feeling you're feeling is you're failing yourself all right next question. Shalini I really we have some big dreams and goals but I don't want to let go of the security that I feel and that security or my quote golden handcuffs are hold me back from doing my own thing okay well. I get that and I don't know if this is from a guy or Gal I can't tell from the username but security is another natural human desire like we all want to feel safe so that's normal. It's natural and I don't know your situation but when we want security it's oftentimes because we want to keep other. The people save two so my recommendation is because you mentioned golden handcuffs so I'm assuming that means. You have a well paying career. There are job or position. Maybe it's even a well paying business. You don't love and you want to go do something else. Here's my best advice. You frigging do it but don't quit that thing that provides your security. Is that what you're gonNA say hundred percent okay. What were you gonNA say Dabble. If you have some crazy like if you're you're not happy with what you're doing. I'm going to throw this out there but you're making a great income or you. Are you know you're providing for a family and it's just not in the cards but you know you're not happy but you have this like it to do something amazing or you know or different or something like that or you just have a great great idea then dabble in it trade out because you know what it might not be. It's that whole thing. The grass isn't always greener type of thing and it might be one of those things things. Were you start dabbling and you're like okay. I'm glad I didn't go this way because this would have been a disaster. If I were to quit this great thing so dabbling it see how it feels and then just go slowly because you don't always have to just jump all in to something that's so dip your toe in that's right absolutely Salihi in and you can dip your toe and realize this ain't that thing but I I at least I have the security of my job and I know this going way back but when we first I were married I was working as a paralegal and Brett was off playing football and actually at this point when we were first married to play football all right yeah true but actually when we first got married you were done playing football on uh-huh and I was working as a paralegal and I knew I decided my mind. Oh this is not my thing. I do not want to be an attorney. I thought I wanted all my life to be an attorney and I take them to L.

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"salihi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Car was were ten thousand dollars less the second the car was registered in your name. There's now a used car that you're driving. It's no longer a brand new car. That's why God invented gap insurance to cover the difference between the two because what they have to do is either repair the car. They're being twelve thousand dollars is being repaired. Okay. Then that's what you get. It's going to have a car that's repaired. All they have to do is bring the car to where it was the moment of the crash, and that's there that is their liability, not the value of the car. Just a repair now, whenever you start talking about the value of a car. That's when the cars totaled. And that's when the value of a car argument kicks in and they only have to pay you the value of the car at that moment, which is less than the cost of a brand new car. You're out thousands of dollars partner. Well, well, I guess you are because a repaired car twelve thousand dollars worth of damage, and I don't even know if it really hits that hard, not, not these days, but you have a car that is two months old, and it's been repaired the tune of twelve thousand dollars in. Congratulations. So there isn't answering this drive into the ground. And then it doesn't matter drive it for five years. And it doesn't matter. Is it a lease or is it a purchase? It's a purchase. Background. There is no other way. Otherwise, you're gonna lose a good chunk of money and instantly I once had the pleasure of doing that ever seen gap insurance and the not having it. And believe me, I got burnt on that one. Pretty good. The other situation is simply leasing a car, and then you don't care. Salihi company's problem. Now here's your car back three years later. And if there's any things or anything wrong with the other person's insurance, this is handle on the lawn. Every two seconds of victim of identity theft, which means that a criminal could be spending your money applying for loans in your name, damaging your credit. Well,.

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"salihi" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"salihi" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"He could've made a better argument for himself Salihi if he had stayed consistent. He would've won that award on merit and history. Interesting case, I hear what you're saying. I still think in the dome high stakes divisional game the eagles have been living on a prayer to even get in to get help from the Viking. So you know, they've been living on a prayer and crazier things have happened. But you know, they the reason they're even playing is. Because the the kicker hit the upright. That's the only reason they're down. They're not Chicago twice and he made the first one. So it's one of those things where I still think I think these saints and their defense, and I think I think the saints will rise to the occasion, I just think that the bears defense is better than the saints and for Nick foles to the naval to do it. He did with the bears defense. I think it's hard to say that he could he's not gonna just pick apart the saints. And also, let me just. You're shaking your head. I think all these teams I think the chiefs the Rams and the saints are gonna find their games again. They're gonna find all they're gonna find all their strength that they had in the season the made give gave him those first round byes. And they're going to show up with that. I yeah, I think it's just when a team is on a roll again coming off a bye, it's very difficult to play against them, and you can play at home all you want. But did you go see what the eagles fan started doing after the various game punching started van Malene, Cody parkey money? Yeah. And then other people started making Cody parkey accounts, hoping they would get some of that like because not verified like they don't know if it's the right Cody parkey and they're sending like six seven dollars at a time. Like, here's a beer on me. But. Reminds me of what the Browns did for Andy Dalton monster release code is give a few bucks out of the thing. Yeah. I mean, poor guy. It can't you know. Like the fact that it has to come down to a kicker like that everybody's very difficult. It's so funny. When you when the interview football players, they always shit on the kicker, so he's not a player. He's not a real player. He's not a real all your hopes and dreams of ever.

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