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Nearly 40 states see rise in coronavirus cases

Joel Riley

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Nearly 40 states see rise in coronavirus cases

"Virus infections overshadow Fourth of July celebrations during the holiday weekend. NBC NBC Sam Sam Bronx Bronx is is 39 39 states states confirmed confirmed increases increases Florida, Florida, South South Carolina Carolina and and Texas Texas among among the the state's state's notching notching new new daily daily records records Texas, Texas, adding adding 8000 8000 new new infections infections on Saturday in Florida, recording a stunning 11,458 cases. A single day, a number not seen since NEW York At its peak In the 1st 4 days of July 15 states reported record increases, Health experts and local government officials are worried the spike in cases will overwhelm hospitals.

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13 injured in Brooklyn, New York fire

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 12 hrs ago

13 injured in Brooklyn, New York fire

"Fire this morning in Brooklyn. Total of 13 injuries. A 12 year old, a 50 year old are in critical condition after the blaze in Flatbush, and that is where we find 10. 10 wins. Reporter Samantha Leave in. Good Morning, Sam. Yes, And And this this fire fire broke broke out out around around two two this this morning morning on on the the top top floor floor of of 30 30 Linden Linden Boulevard. Boulevard. Neighbors Neighbors heard heard one one resident resident crying crying for for help. help. Mom came out and she was time for help. Like my kid is dying. My house is on fire. That woman's 12 year old is now in critical condition. The two alarm fire took it about an hour to put out 200 firefighters, the flames so intense it blew out windows. There was fire coming out like you could see it. A piece of the window felon, My kids niece. And she has a big laceration to her arm. That she was taken to the hospital. Five firefighters were also injured because still under investigation.

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NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

WNBA Nation

05:37 min | 3 d ago

NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

"Soccer's back soccer's back like we've watched it. We've seen it's. Forty minutes worth of it. Those the they fly by five hundred minutes fly by really yeah, especially when they're broken down in segments good. I'm glad they took my advice on that because I know the original plan was every match one after the continuously? Yeah, the the ninety ninety minute was was controversial, but I'm glad they went with it. You know it's every now and again I have good ideas. Any any who Mike. We have lots to talk about as we record. This are six matches into the Challenge Cup tournament. Every team is have Janssen play. What's four teams have played twice us, or we're going to dig into. These gives quick reactions and have look forward to to the next up around imagine by kicking off the. Match on CBS. Half a million people tuned in to watch North Carolina Courage Portland Mozart. Most watched. Time incredible and it'd be so much of all time. It was a higher view than a few EPL matches. That happened that day. It was a all cases a pretty strong success of course Mike I know. If you had your druthers, things, soccer wise would have done. A little courage defeated Portland thorns two to one. This thing was scoreless. Seventy five minutes in for Denia scored off of Haley Mace Cross Italy trying to watch so much soccer in the last couple of days, trying to like the July's all the goals correctly of course, Charlotte equalizing in the eightieth minute Lynn Will Williams putting North Carolina ahead in. In stoppage, time I'm just going to cut right over to you. First Match Back Challenge Cup immediate reactions. This was incredible and I say this is the thorns fan heard about the loss, but this was a fantastic match. You know you've got a big rivalry between the courage and the thorns lot of history there, we didn't know what it would look like with. You know such a long hiatus structure to the preseason, but it didn't disappoint new look lot of new faces for the thorns, but I think they exceeded a lot of expectations, goalkeeper bill, bixby and her and wwl debut had some phenomenal saves against you know. Courage onslaught, tons set pieces good work in the midfield by Lindsay Horon Rocky Rodriguez. The courage didn't quite look like the courage that we're used to. It wasn't quite the smooth billed from the back fast pace attack that we've come to know one love that being said they found a way to to make it happen, and their crosses into the box were lethal, and that's got the job done for them. Yeah I think a theme because we're obviously talking about the courage again toward the end of this I, think team on sing with North Carolina. They're known for their depth. They're known for their cardio. They're known for their technical skill level. And obviously just having a deep deep deep roster, topics, players, and it just always seems to come down to the same two or three people. With things close out I mean you're talking about a phenomenal group of talented players. The end the day comes down to Denia and. Then Williams. It's interesting. It really isn't ensemble and I. I think I think they did great work, but but you're right. It came down to that, and you know Lynn Williams's well on her way to. Showing up SAM curve the for the Golden Boot of the tournament at least. Yeah I at this point I'm. Talking about we're talking three goals at two games, it's you know it's obviously phenomenal performance on her independence looking well. Haley Haley Mason Samuel Ev looks really strong on the distribution end I think that they look pretty locked in there I think I'm Portland's, and it's hard to say there weren't too many heavy. This isn't necessarily the case where I think you're looking t better, dead or a lot of ways i. feel like Portland made a handful of mistakes that led them to give up two late goals True and one thing you have to say for Portland to not only are they coming in with a largely new team They've gotten hit. Pretty hard by the injury bug. You know we had eighty franch this out of the tournament. number one draft Sophea Smith didn't play. We don't know when we're going to see her. So we saw a lot of new faces, and they still put up a good fight. No, absolutely I actually one thing. I really came to Portland After this match, they were one of the most. It was one of the most sound defensive performances we'd seen across all the matches. We watch so far like I said I just think this. This was a case where the courage were able to take their strengths finder blemish where they could fit something in They're just phenomenally talented. When it comes to responding to cross well laser accuracy with that, you know finding people and bill each something that the bread butter, too, and they were able to connect it right the right time toward the end of the match I. They knew that they're conditioning. Just with depth of their roster helped them a lot which makes their most recent match all the more interesting overall i. Definitely felt like a good showing on both ends in, and really was a tough break. This is definitely it really would have benefited Portland to get points here and yeah. Yeah stoppage it was e can't get more dramatic, so it was. It lived up. Tech speculations

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Game Scoop

Game Scoop!

04:42 min | 4 d ago

Game Scoop

"What's up everybody welcome game. Joining me this week is Tina Amini Stein and Stein Stein like. Stein I like. Which means one Stein? Exactly same flavored is here. Everybody and making his inaugural scoop appearance is Michael Swaine Michael Walker show swain scoop. Yes. So. Damon there's been a couple of you didn't host that you wouldn't know Michael was on those or not? Just put that up. Think there's only two. Really. I didn't host. You had one without me right when she was in Germany. And then Kim knows stole my spotlight one time. Yeah Yep. That's true. Swim. He's been working with us for a while now, but we've been wanting to game on Gamecube. We finally wrangled them. Now that some are gaming has come to an end. He actually has some free time. so Michael Tell us about what's your favorite game of all time? Wow. That's a hotter than you probably meant to solicit. Day. They ask us this. When we joined the company I joined about. Game. When you join game scooping and they put the Bar Code on the back of your neck. They ask you. What's your favorite video game? And at the time I said SCICLUNA. And that's. Still Very Near and dear to my heart, but I gotta say right now at this time in my life. You asked me that Damon. I have to be honest. That's stranding. Game of all time it I've had in the middle of a very spiritual experience with it I'm about one hundred fifty hours of put into that game and wow, I've just. It's opening the up in ways I didn't think I was I was thinking a lot this week? Because there's that hint at the sequel and found that strangely comforting, because first of all I had a great time play. It was absolutely favor game last year. What we laughing at what are we getting? He's making united. Here. We didn't close. Einstein has judging our tastes. He's he's like crying out loud about this. It's more. But even though it has some some weirdest, too. I had a really good time playing and I I. Really Really Look back in that time fondly and I like really WanNa kind of. A comfort game like that again it was. That's what I was calling the right word. It was my animal crossing new horizons. It got me through the quarantine instead of building my little house I was walking around. Little Roads Oh. Yeah, my maps complete every road section that can be built as. Sent, brother Yeah when. Curls up in the air as the craziest road Love, so, what was it before that stranding? I cannot. And we played the second ads. VR Game also very in inventive as Tim Schafer in the People Double Oh. I. In that's interesting, it's a very interesting answer destiny. For my like my personal, whenever I'm trying to come up with my favorite of anything of all time, just like my own little sort of a personal. I limit myself to only things that were released at least five years ago. That way I have some hindsight that I can sort of. You know you're absolutely right. There's recency biases in play for sure and the. Okay, we you. You say Yo exclude things from five years ago. No. It's no. It has to be at least five years old. Probably reflects on your in order for it. For me to consider it one of the best of whatever of all time, yeah, for example I have a playlist that I keep updated of my favorite songs of all time. They're called God tears songs, but I won't allow any song. That's less than five years old on that playlist. Okay I think that makes sense. I think the Oscars actually showed work that way. We'd have some perspective on things at that point. That's a great idea that's your. Of. Tina. Do you notice when we do a game of the year? Stuff that our staffs tends to think about things that just came out especially for music. That's when I really noticed an. Fresh on your mind. Exactly, it's also holiday season right so all these games are out, and it's just like I've never been able to separate that out. At the Santa, then towards the end of the year, we have more time to like finally. Catch up on some game, so it gives people an opportunity to play the stuff early in the year that they had. To not throw. Our whole came on the air system under the bus SAM.

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:06 min | 6 d ago

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"That that happened and all of a sudden, all of the books fly open, and this giant portal opens up behind you, and you get sucked into it from your hair I and you fall, and he fly all of a sudden you land and you were there in a room. Looking at yourself, and you're sitting on the fifth floor of that studio that you guys are at in that crazy, ridiculous building with all of these people in it, and you're sleeping on the couch because you just had a long night and That's it you see yourself sleeping on the couch and you walk over there and you tap the guy and you looking at yourself for many years ago, then you turn around, and you see the books from the place that you're sitting right now and the portal closing, so you only have a minute or two to say something to past Sam. And what do you say in this moment? have a moment. I think that I was lucky enough to get that. What would be that piece of advice from my dad? When I was in that place that helped guide me a WOK Because there was a point where I was

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:17 min | 6 d ago

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"Graduated. In two thousand six. I'm from new. York and went to Boston University and They. It was just a generalized film education, and this was kind of at the dawn of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at facilitating, I know it was really good at digesting the concept in the science and filmmaking and communicating that stuff but I didn't want to be a

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

00:55 sec | 6 d ago

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"Of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

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"And some of the filmmakers that I came up with are doing bigger movies themselves I kind of see myself as A bit of a funnel by which I am ingesting and processing sometimes fucking Hottie, creative concepts that are in the director's mind even if they haven't flush them out and then communicating that to a group of facilitators beneath me in a capacity that tries to engage everybody. Within the confines of the art, Department or any artisanal creative crafts,

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How Healthy is Your Family?

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:26 min | 6 d ago

How Healthy is Your Family?

"How are your children being affected by the disintegration of the American family in a recent news week poll, half of the people ask said that their families are in worse shape now than they were ten years ago and no wonder, the divorce rate has doubled since nineteen, sixty five and experts say that one third of all children born in the eighties will live in A. A stepfamily before they grow up on top of that one of every four children lives with a single parent and twenty two percent of today's children were born to a teenage parent, and when it comes to who is watching our children. Two thirds of all mothers work outside the home. If you feel that your family is going a little helter skelter, everybody doing their own. Own Thing and the family unit is falling apart, or if the people you call your family, don't fit the traditional description like the cleavers or the huxtables. We want you all to join family unity workshop. We asked to our studio audience to take several tests so that we could find out how healthy their families are, and now we want you to test your family's health. Health, too, so get a pencil and paper and take this first test. It's called the family rituals test, and the test is taken from a fascinating book written by one of our favorite guests on the Oprah Winfrey show Dr Paul Pearsall renowned family psychologist, and it's called the power of the Family Paul. Glad to have you here. Thank you glad to have you once again. Well. I know the audience is already taken. The test and I went over the test. And what does this ritual tell us know it's a strange thing. Many of the couples we interviewed families didn't have time to take the test because we're too busy to look at one of the family had rituals or not, and one mother looked at me and said we have the Dooby Doo Bee. Doo Syndrome in our family. I said what's this dooby? Dooby Doo Bee Doo, she said we spend too much time doing and not enough time being so the rich test is a measure of whether or not you really give dignity and celebration that the simple daily acts of family life, or you just run right past them and have separate breakfast separate dinner, separate bed times and live alone, even though you're in a group, dignity and celebration I like those choice of words what it sounds kind. Kind of Corny to say that, but we found families that would eat in quiet or fight during dinner. They'd take a bite and say well school Goin- what you're telling me shut up. Don't pick on your brother I've had it with you. This is enough to. Did you enjoy dinner eight? That's really what's happening and it's not that the family is failing. We are failing our families, and if we don't make enough time at least a. A Saddam most families didn't even sit down for dinner. That's what the ritual test. Let's see. I think children are in crisis in this country, but children are in crisis only because families are in crisis. That's where it starts. That's what we think that these children just didn't refer to their families much anymore. Children are aware of rituals. They'll pointed out to you. Sometimes. They'll say mom we. We always used to do it that way. We shouldn't do this even the simple act of saying grace I. Don't mean to get too pushy about those type of things, but we saw people. Sam So fast. You couldn't tell her saying grace. Somebody be grabbing, food. What happened to the idea of just sitting down a moment, you know the old idea we used to say. Sit Down and shut up. Okay I. Tell You what we wanted to do. Now. Let's go through the test. Can we do that? The test of the family rituals and our audience is already answered these questions, and perhaps maybe if you watching it home with answer these questions, you'd get a clear idea about where your family is right now I. Question. Does your family move is one unit when it walks a group or does someone dragged behind? I found that very interesting because I said. If you're walking down the street, everybody can't walk at the same time. Honesty families go to shopping centers and you'll see these somebody's lagging behind. The fodders looks discussed. It I'll go sit there. You go shop. I'll meet you in the lot. If you'RE GONNA. Do it. do it together. Okay now. Who who answered that question? No, now why why Antonio Yep? Because whenever I'm walking with my husband, he's either always pushing the child or walking the dog, or whatever so he's far ahead or five behind and there we go as a separate unit else walks is a separate unit. I know. Some people lied on the test to see that. Some people lied on the tests. They want us to think they're to huxtables, not only lie, but some people don't pay enough attention to. My husband is sixty five. He always walks a few steps ahead of I'm always behind standard. Intentional! I tell stem this all the time, too, because his legs are so long that when he takes a step, I have to take one and a half for every step that he takes so we're in the airport and I'm looking like we're from foreign country. Walk Twelve paces behind. A lot I sometimes have to turn around and wonder why she's like a blockbuster. Because your legs are so much longer. Yeah, okay. What does that really isn't the walking style you? Yes, it's certainly cause I'm kind of Tom Lanky to my family alive behind, but this issue the attitude while you're doing this. Is there some attempt interesting family say come on, catch up. Let's all go look at this rather than I'm going to the store you go to. The dresses will lose the kids if we can and will meet in the lot, it's really the attitude is not just the distance. Doesn't that mean in some way that that person feels separate from you? Well, that's the tragedy. Tragedy sounds a little corny, but it's just like we're not really doing this together. We're going to get hurt close. He's gotTa get three pairs of slacks. I'm sick of the shopping any way faster. We get it done. The better somebody's disgusted. That's not doing it together. That's not a ritual. It's a routine routine is just getting done. Ritual is a celebration of the doing

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Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

One Bills Live

03:33 min | Last week

Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

"Further proven otherwise can't noon is now the best quarterback in his division right I mean he's the best quarterback in the division right now I mean he's won a lot of games and he's thrown a lot of touchdowns and he's big and he's strong and he's good mostly like arm he's good yeah and Alan and Donna are unproven they are and could that change after four weeks this year yeah that could change like cam Newton could end up getting benched for ineffective play and can't and and Josh Allen and Sam Darnold both look hot out of the gates and both are leading football in passing state statistic that could totally happen and I could you know eat my words I don't want to say I don't expect that to happen I sure hope it happens but as it stands right now to day and this is a criticism I have of people who are like Nate you said cam Newton could be better than Tom Brady this year are you crazy Tom Brady from five years ago and I just want to stop you there because this is a top twenty from five years ago this is Tom Brady from right now and Tom Brady right now is not the Tom Brady of even four or five months ago he is forty something I'm almost thirty and I can barely play thirty six holes of golf without needing a jacuzzi tub in a backrub so don't give up right now I know Tom Brady's in slightly better shape than me I will concede that he likely has a slightly more rigorous workout regimen I get it he might be paying slightly more money to you know trainers and consultants slightly more I will concede that but the idea that we can't say cam Newton to day right now side by side with Tom Brady and cam Newton if you're going to tell me that he is better I I I don't I don't know about that I I just I think if you got a look at it from a non biased lands in say yes Tom Brady has warped and walloped this team for twenty years I respect the hell out of Tom Brady and if you don't I don't know what you've been watching but what I'll say is if you compare the two two day not you can't cherry pick this you can't say Tom Brady from two years ago in cam Newton from six years ago like add up but that's that's not what we can do here in this in this argument so I don't know I think it's really interesting I think we're going to figure out what you have in cam Newton pretty early on but it can't do is healthy pestilence seven wins at least for the new in the pictures I don't know what you could have penciled in you know yesterday Saturday before cam Newton came out like that I don't know what you can pencil maybe you maybe you're thinking with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer whatever combination into going with their maybe you think therefore when football team I think that's crazy to think that with that defense yeah the news Kyle van Noy there was a couple other pieces but like that's again a defense that was literally last year considered maybe from a from an actual roster district and advanced analytics they appoint the best defense ever in terms of scoring and yardage output the fact that they're gonna lose one two players from a defense return everybody else that they're just gonna take this big dry I don't know

Healthy Feet Help You Move More

FitLabPGH

05:32 min | Last week

Healthy Feet Help You Move More

"Philip PG Pittsburgh podcast. We firmly believe movie should be treated as a lifestyle noxious activity, and our lifestyle includes Labrador so we may have the. Door out of the way we want to talk a little bit today about foot health, whether you're a walker or runner or a cyclist. Most of us are forced because of our jobs and things to spend a lot of time in shoes and in traditional socks. So what that has a tendency to do, is it. squashes are feed it. How many of you out there have said before I don't want this pair of shoes that pair of shoes, whether it's a pair of dress shoes, or it's a pair of running shoes because you don't like the color or they make your feet look too big. One of the things you have to recognize is your feet or varying all the weight of your body, and if you're running if you're walking. If you're spending a lot of time, standing, you WANNA be able to have those feet spread out so rather than using just a small surface area of the sole of the foot. You can use the whole surface area, so you see podcasts from our sister podcast moving to live with Dr Ray mcclanahan, who was the founder and inventor of? Of correct does you've seen his talk to Sam who's a physical therapist in an elite ultra runner has some great pictures of her hiking, and running all around the pikes, peak area, and we WANNA talk a little bit today about some things that you can do. Maybe enhance the strength of your feet without having to do with official Rehab Program, because we're not a physical therapist and just something maybe to enhance your enjoyment of moving, because we know if your feet hurt. You're not likely to exercise, so one of the things to remember is all of this form calluses sometimes from wearing shoes. Don't fit well sometimes from wearing socks that maybe don't sweat well. All of you play basketball. You may have gotten blisters. Were kid already knows two layers of cotton tube socks the they got wet and rather than sliding smoothly over the skinny kind of stuck. So if you find that you have places where you develop calluses, you don't want the houses to get too thick. And what you can do is you can shave callistus down. This looks like a cheese grater. You could actually use that as mechanical. Various things a device that is salary powered and the thing you want to remember is sometimes cats come to visit, but if you're using these things you don't WanNa. Take the callous completely off because it provides a little bit of protection. You just don't want it to be too thick, so it's just like goldilocks. The three bears this gorgeous too hot. This just to call this forge is just right. Second thing you might WanNa think about is what you're not at work when you're not running when you're not riding your bike and walking, spend time barefoot, or if you need a little bit of support for your feet, think about something like a pair of bedrock sandals logic feet to spread out. You've heard talk before about flops being bad. These aren't flip flops because it supports your whole foot, and there's no flopper. Flip when you want, so we like these. Sometimes you're walking around. Maybe you want to work on getting your toes spread apart one of the things that happens with shoes toes get constrained, and they get in. You've all seen people with feet that look like this one crossed over the other so occasionally wearing these. Maybe when you're walking around gentle walks doing work in the kitchen. You can use those. I've actually worked up to once A. A week or so being able to walk jog three or four miles on soft surfaces. These I gotta warn you. It's taken me seven or eight years to work up to that, and in no way would be somebody who would go out and run a five or ten cake. Because for me, that's too much in my feet are not quite ready for that, maybe another five or ten years. We've talked a little bit about socks of the past. You DON'T WANNA have! Cotton socks, synthetic socks are good or wool. Socks are good, so I happen to like wool socks and one of the things I switched to partially from talking to Dr mcclanahan. Talking to SAM would is a lot of my running walking socks. I used toe socks. Yes, there are the but to get on, but it kind of gives me an idea of what do I need to do so I can allow my feet to spread apart. So I like to use toe socks as I mentioned a couple of minutes ago, Dr mcclanahan invented correct toes, and it's worked to help your toes spread apart to make your feet healthier, and the good news is. I had a pair for a number of years before I interviewed him so I went out and got them. Founded up, started wearing him, and I wore them fairly religiously for a lot of my walks and runs for over a year. Here's the bad news although doctorate granting and. Say this is the good news. My shoe size has now gone up a half to a full shoe size, because my feet is spread out, the buses with my feet have gotten stronger and now I can no longer use the correct toes because I can't find a foot, a shoe, rather wide nothing before foot, where I could wear socks and the Tokyo actors, but sometimes I'll just slip them on my feet. All wherever around like this for a few minutes and again, if I been in constrictive shoes allows me to allow my feet spread out the other thing that I do is I. Avoid any shoe. That's not comfortable when I I put it on, so if I'm doing really long distance runs or really long hikes I probably gonNA wear a pair of alter shoes. These happened to be the lone. Pete's I like goes. I also liked attempts, and these are zero drops shoe, but what I like about them, is they're? They're very wide before foot. If I'm doing shorter hikes shorter jobs, maybe up to five miles or sell and in addition. If I'm doing a lot of walking around right, have to wear shoes where I don't have to address us and unfortunate ideal that I like to wear Carson

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FAA begins re-certification flights on Boeing 737 MAX

KIRO Nights

00:37 sec | Last week

FAA begins re-certification flights on Boeing 737 MAX

"Boeing trying to get some of its grounded airplanes back in this guy, more from CBS News correspondent Sam Let's occur. The Federal Aviation Administration says it's approved key certification test flights for the grounded Boeing 7 37 Max. Boeing's bestselling jet's been grounded since March 2019 after two crashes killed 346 people faint pilot Sully Sullenberger, who lent a damage plane on New York's Hudson River. Once told Congress the aviation system had simply failed. These accidents should never have happened, sources say. During the test pilots will intentionally triggered the re program stall prevention software that was faulted in both crashes. Sam. Let's sing Your CBS News

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Boeing’s beleaguered 737 Max completes first flight in 15 months

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:37 sec | Last week

Boeing’s beleaguered 737 Max completes first flight in 15 months

"Boeing trying to get some of its grounded airplanes back in the sky more from CBS news correspondent Sam let's figure the Federal Aviation Administration says it's approved key certification test flights were grounded Boeing seven thirty seven Max Boeing's best selling jets been ground since March twenty nineteen after two crashes killed three hundred and forty six people fame pilot Sully Sullenberger who led a damaged plane on new York's Hudson River once told Congress the aviation system had simply failed these accidents should never have happened sources say during the test pilots will intentionally trigger the reprogram stall prevention software that was faulted in both crashes Sam let's singer CBS news

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Rolling Stones threaten to sue Donald Trump over use of songs

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last week

Rolling Stones threaten to sue Donald Trump over use of songs

"Of his musical choices. President Trump or at least some of his people seem to be rolling Stones fans, This stones tune is a staple of his big public gatherings. But the feeling apparently isn't mutual. After telling Mr Trump what they want is to make him stop playing their song. The Stones are now working with the performing rights organization to try to force him to knock it off. If he doesn't he could face a lawsuit which presumably would give him no Sam. Let's sing your CBS News W. W. J NEWS TIME.

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Game Scoop

Game Scoop!

04:52 min | Last week

Game Scoop

"Whatever they welcome. Is you in Games Cooper Murals? Hadfield joining me this week is Tina Amini Acrobatic Sam clayborn I m renaissance with this week. Oh. Hello, there and we've got a great show this week. We're in talk. About Marvel's avengers. Read talk about EA doubling down on Star Wars but I. Today is Cyberpunk Day. And I actually had my my my body, a modified to be more of a Cyborg with this hit his head implants on top of my head that that throwing by a very special message for the viewers of this show we've. Got An augment to. She's partial. Sprouted out nowhere finally found my ripper doctor. They installed this this whiny, but also very affectionate cat. cattails anybody in that game I'm going to go. Yeah. Hopefully everybody's got to see the night city wire presentation earlier today. Actually Miranda got to play. The game got to play four hours of CYBERPUNK which is very very cool, so. As I understand it Miranda at the beginning of the game. You have to choose one of three different locations to get yourself started in. Is that right? Yes, so you actually choose one of three identities that Kinda like for your personality, little bit as well so you can choose no mad, which starts to outside of my city in the badlands, just kind of like this big dessert area that's just philosopher nomads, and like different groups of people been behalf, the corporal, which is like the corporate path, and so you're kind of an Asshole, you live in late. The corporate skyscrapers USA There's nobody. To people. Have Ryan chosen incidents of videos and then. To do. We had on our PREPO show. Yeah. The third one is a street kid like you kind of night. This other area and there's a couple of bars clubs in that area that you start in so those three places have completely different starting quests, 'cause they're related to your background so like with the Corporate Staff Ryan about this bunch is about like you're working. You're their boss like all of this other corporate drama. I don't really I. I didn't play that one. I was just like man I. Don't WanNa do that. The for the nomads. You're kind of like this rundown town and I guess with the nomads a usually stick with your with your group, and your character has kinda split off on his or her own, and they are kind of going through this town, and the sheriff is just like. Get Out of here, so It's not a very friendly place, so you're trying to figure out how to get into night city. Then you meet up with Jackie to go on your quest, and so regardless of what you choose, you always meet with Jackie to do something, and then once you fulfill that you get tonight city, so it's not super long. I think it would maybe take. Maybe thirty minutes to get through that part. I was doing the thing that I do which is like I've been a look at everything in here. There's not a ton and drive. Everywhere I do too late to the edge of the map. which whenever you get there within haven't talked about yet. was it? It's like yet the map and then it just turns you around. So where I was it was desert okay I'm sure it'd be different other places, but at the end of the math also prompted a loading screen spirit, and that also could interested for the preview belt who really knows but like loaded me back in? It's like no. No, no, you can't be here. and. You're like walled off as a in the desert like its own thing. So I'll assuming silk. There's like a a border patrol to actually go through like you can't just drive up tonight. City from the badlands like you have to get the checks by security. And that's actually what kind of kicks off. A big part of the quest is that you're trying to smuggle something thorough. And the thing he smuggles early cool. I don't spoil it for you. Guys so that was a really neat way to get kicked off. Those kind of like a scoop related topic that we always talk about about streaming games. Are you allowed to talk about your preview setup for this? One said that I couldn't. I. I was curious logistically how you played this game. Yes, so they've I. Try to use this another streaming program and I hadn't heard of previously and I don't think it really just worked out. We tested with the witcher answer that we tested with G. Force now which is been around for a very long time. They had like the shield forever ago. I remember before I was eating working at Gen like seeing them reveal that so I just since that tech is so old and they have it It seemed like work super well. I didn't have any yeah. I didn't have any issues as far as like. Notable latency or anything? I was like a really strong connection. To which is another thing? We tested beforehand

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3-Year-Old Bronx Boy Burned When Illegal Fireworks Fly Through New York Bedroom Window

Brian Kilmeade

00:51 sec | Last week

3-Year-Old Bronx Boy Burned When Illegal Fireworks Fly Through New York Bedroom Window

"New York city's new legal fireworks task force has announced twelve arrests for a legal pyrotechnics New York City mayor de Blasio says it being on target I don't know what the suppliers they'll be all sorts of actions taken under cover by sting operations finding where the supply isn't cutting it off at the knees this is Sam from video at the very moment a three year old Bronx boy was struck by illegal fireworks set off in the Bronx a shell came flying through an open window hitting at a yell Rosario in his arm as he walked to his bedroom the boy's father David Rosario rushed the boy to the hospital the boys suffering second and third degree burns to his arm and he also required stitches police are looking for the person

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Is it Selfish to Pay Yourself First? by Joel of 5AM Joel

Optimal Finance Daily

04:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Is it Selfish to Pay Yourself First? by Joel of 5AM Joel

"Am Joel Dot Com. When you hear, pay yourself first. What do you think of? It sounds like something. A rich and greedy person would say. Let's break it down. Pay Equals something money related yourself. I equals something selfish, the complete opposite of what our parents taught us. Okay now let's see what happens. If we include the words in a full sentence. Pay Yourself First, so you can help more people later. Pay Yourself first a little bit, and then pay others allot. Your family will never starve if you pay yourself first. Giving becomes easier when you pay yourself first. doesn't sound so selfish anymore. Maybe the people preaching this are onto something. You may be familiar with to pay yourself first rule for saving money and growing wealth I. I read it in the old book. The richest man in Babylon the book tells a story that makes you rethink your priorities when distributing your hard earned money, most people out there are living on a tight budget. They have their income minus all their expenses and afterward they WANNA save every cent possible with what's left over the problem. Problem is what's leftover. What's left over might be a decent amount, or it might be a little amount, but most of the time it's not very much or nothing at all. Saving might be a priority for people, but for some reason it's usually the very last category to get paid. If saving money is a true priority, you need to treat it as such I drew a quick illustration in this post showing the difference. You may have noticed the pay yourself. First method involves both pre tax and post tax savings. We can chat another time about avoiding Uncle Sam. Paying yourself first insurance. You never skip out on your savings. No matter your income, no matter your age, no matter your debts or loans in life paying yourself first out of every paycheck means you are consistently growing wealth. Time. Pay Yourself first is not always a money related saying is, isn't time supposed to be our most precious asset just like money? Most people have good intentions of saving their time. We constantly learn to be more efficient and create shortcuts wherever possible to gain more free time, but again most people have the what's leftover mentality with their time. Although personal time might sit at priority number one in their brain, it's the lowest paid category each day just by shifting the clock and moving priorities around the person who follows the pay yourself first method. He's never missing out on personal time. The always have spare time. Do you know anyone like this? I know you're probably sick of hearing. My five am stories. You might even argue that you're most productive. Hours are between nine and eleven pm each night. If that's honestly true for you, I'm jealous of your gift. giving. So far, we've covered making sure that you're always paying enough time and money to yourself, and it may still sound a bit too selfish. What about giving to others? It's a common belief that rich people are greedy, and that people with too much time or lazy, but life is taught me the opposite, and so I've developed a theory. When you're in abundance, you usually share more when my wife and I I moved to Los Angeles. We lived on the outskirts of a very fancy

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'Black lives impacted by two inhospitable climates'

Climate Cast

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

'Black lives impacted by two inhospitable climates'

"The black lives matter movement is creating change in policing at an unprecedented pace, but the fight for black lives extends beyond public safety. So how does the movement intersect with efforts on Climate Change Sam grant is the executive director of Three Fifty, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and fostering climate solutions. Hi, Sam, welcome to climate cast hey. Paul. Thanks for having me on. Let's start with the black lives, matters movement and climate change. What connections do you see the way that I like to explain it? Paul is that black lives are impacted by. Too inhospitable climates, we have the inhospitable climate of structural racism which joins with the inhospitable climate generated by climate injustice, which means that in our inner city communities were more impacted by the heat island effects and as a meteorologist. You know that that heat island effect is generating quite a bit of heat and distress on bodies. We have a higher utility rates because we live more likely in substandard housing were more impacted by air pollution, because there's a pocket of structured bad air over North Minneapolis, so even while Minneapolis passes ambient air standards. Standards Collectively, in North Minneapolis, there's a higher rate of respiratory illnesses including asthma, because of the way that flows in his blocked kind by all of the buildings in downtown, sort of circulates over North Minneapolis for a longer period of time in any also joined that with all of the other forms of injustice. There's housing injustice police injustice, educational injustice, economic injustice media injustice in the list goes on and on and on so if we want the best approach to fighting for climate justice, we have to center racial justice in that equation. When George Floyd was killed, and people took to the streets to express their anger and grief. Your office was out there volunteering. How do you see your work in the environmental space fitting in with the black lives matters movement. One critical thing for people to appreciate much more consistently. Is that there is not the separation between people planet that we have constructed in the mainstream environmental movement. People are part of nature in so when human beings are hurt. It's just as important as deforesting an important forest ecosystem or causes massive pollution in water ecosystem, so when we have massive examples of injustice, such as the murder of George Floyd by the police We feel like it's necessary for us to show up. In force in those moments, so I'm really proud of the imagery, fifty staff were being on the front lines providing medical care. Coordinating food drives cooking in their own houses, and getting that out to people on the front lines in coordinating safety on their own blocks in their own communities, and entering this constant question of in this particular moment, how do we honor what the black lives matter? Movement is asking of US in solidarity it. How do we reconsider away going forward to more deeply align racial justice climate justice in the way we do our work.

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"sam he" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:05 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Okay so we're calling Sarah. Hey Sarah. It's on A. How are you? How are you? Good. Hey, thanks so much for doing this. I'm here with Sam. Richardson WHO's awesome? I. It's nice to meet you guys. Nice to meet you as well. Are you doing okay and all these crazy time? Sarah Yeah I'm doing great. I just think going through this emotional rollercoaster for almost about a year now. We'll tell us what's going on. At, the time when I met this guy, I just got out of this long term relationship, and we both agreed that we weren't gonNA look for anything serious and we didn't want any of that commitment, and we just wanted to have fun getting to know one another so. We went on a date than the chemistry. The connection was there. The congress.

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"sam he" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:36 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Yeah and I thought that might be of interest to you specifically very much, but it was a surreal experience for me, but I'm not a fan girl in this way. So, what can I sell this for Sam? I hate hear this news. I've got a I've got a an amazing spider man comic that was signed by Stanley. What do you think Stanley meets the amazing spider man featuring Stanley in the book itself. I don't I'M A. Sentimental reasons I would sell that. I would think that's going to go for. A cool two zero Q in a box. I would I would say. Well! It's Stanley Museum where? The Amazing Spiderman sentimentally a million dollars of course. But you're the buyer, right? Here yeah, yeah, all right. I'll give you a little discount maybe. Half of milk, please. Will you tell me what you collect now and what you collected when you were like, let's say ten oh. Okay, well, I collect now like the light of Franco pop sexually let. The Fun. You know those fun Copa infected. With that is. A bunch of ramp of me and you can see my pants that way. But he's like fun. Co Pops League's little Vinyl figures K. in how many of those do you have? With accounting around the room, let's see. Maybe eighty of them right now eighty. Eighty of those and you keep them in the box. And keep these all in the box. I Open. One regretted. It goes like the. Package much better like packaging is so great on him. So what what are you going to do with these? Is it an investment plan? I don't know of it is is like pop culture so much. They're Nice, little touchstone things I. can feel like oh I remember I like the Power Rangers. I remember. I Like pee wee Herman I like to think that. When you pass at one hundred four that thank you. It's like it's a particular kind of torture for your children. Your state. They know that you love to them. Exactly so we can't just get rid of them right..

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"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

05:51 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

03:35 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

04:56 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"This episode I caught up with Sam Hunt. We talked about how he went from college football quarterback. One of Nashville's best songwriters about the work he did to get his life together between the success of his first studio album and his new one southside also I kid you not about why he packs some Nici in his suitcase when he heads to Mexico. Now given the current quarantine conditions. We connected from New York to Nashville so it was part inside the studio. And part inside my living room. Did. We get zoom bombed. We got soon bombed. Though it actually came from inside my apartment. In a cat fan? Yeah, yeah, you gotTA. You gotta excuse. My cat just decided to join us. and. That's how Sam Hunt got to meet one of my two cats kit as in kit. Kat and Bo as in Bo Diddley. Guess which one my wife named in which one I got to name. And actually this is kind of a tricky question. Because, my wife got to name both of them. Sam Hunt though is more of a dog person on the cover of Southside, which debuted at number one when it was released in April hunt is standing with Kai his Huskie, one of his three dogs in front of a white clapboard house, and if you haven't seen it. It's pretty close to a snapshot. It's six foot, three guy in Khakis with a dog on a leash, and there's a truck nothing fancy, but the house he's in front of is the one where he was living when he wrote the songs on his twenty fourteen breakthrough album, Montebello. And since then a lot of ways, south side is about the distance hunt. His traveled since Montebello came out. It makes sense in the story behind the picture is apparently that hunt was on his way home from church. One Sunday and he stopped by their. He sold that place to his brother since he lived there, he had the idea that it might work for the album covers. We got out the photographer. He was with snap that shot and they were done. I mean he brought along some clothes that he thought he might change into. They never even made it out of the back of his truck. He did not want to overthink it. And that may be the only thing about south side that he didn't overthink. This album was a long time coming six years during which time Montebello became massive singles like leap the night on, Take Your Time House party break up in a small town, absolutely dominated the country charts and also became top forty pop hits. Thanks to their careful blend of country pop are in be hip hop. Maybe a little rock guitar kind of whatever you've got. In February of twenty seventeen hunt followed up all that success with a single. That became up until that moment the biggest hit. In country history. Body like a back road spent an astounding thirty four consecutive weeks on the top of the billboard. Hot Country Songs Chart. Now. You don't need to be a master marketing at a record label to know that that was probably a good time to put out another album. But. Time went by and then a little more time almost a year, and it wasn't until January of twenty eighteen. The hunt even released another song. That wasn't really a song for the radio. The somber drinking too much is more like reading someone. Else's late night I'm sorry texts. It's hunt apologizing to his ex girlfriend Hannah Fowler. The woman who's now is wife. She comes from Montebello Alabama and he begins the song saying he's sorry for naming his album after her hometown for robbing her of her privacy drinking, too much is a pretty extraordinary song, and it's full of the concrete details. Make Sam Hunt, a truly extraordinary songwriter. In the song he talks about wishing she'd let him pay off her student loans in return for all those songs that she gave him about how she over-packed when she came to see him in Nashville, and they went to the CMA's together about being drunk two years later on stage at the as now that he'd become a star about being in a hotel room in Phoenix, thinking about telling her a lie and about. Imagining her lying in a bathtub with her face under the water crying, I've sat through to our NETFLIX's movies with less narrative and character development than hunt puts into the three minutes and fifty two seconds of the song. So one of the reasons that's outside took so long. Is that hunt was getting his life together and putting their relationship back together..

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"sam he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:42 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Welcome viewed from the cheap seats. We have a sklar brothers an unbelievable show today our buddy, our good friend, our old friend Sam Webb from in Michigan. He does the Michigan insider. He's a writer and contributor and creator of the site, twenty four seven site, which is recruiting site. And he's now has a brand new podcast Michigan recruiting insider which is amazing now. He talks very specifically on all this stuff about Michigan Sports, but we have on the show today to really explore the issues of college recruiting during the pandemic, the transfer portal what means and how that has changed college recruiting social justice that coaches put forth in how that will affect in recruiting. He's just an amazing amazing discussion and some insight into the possibility of a college football season from what he's hearing from on the inside Before we get to that, let's stay in the world of football Let's talk about. A little hypocrisy that came out and that was definitely called out when Roger Goodell. Head of the NFL. When he made statements about people protesting in his acceptance of people protesting the George Floyd tragedy, which of course is what is on most of our minds right now aside from covid nineteen that is the lead story in all of our news feeds, and the fact that Goodell in his statement was able to. Allow people to express themselves and willing- willingness to be open to it. Okay. Yes, that's a positive thing, but let's rewind back to the Colin. Kaepernick moment when Colin. Kaepernick was ostracized and we've heard all the arguments on the other side. We have heard on everybody say well. He said this about Cuba, but he's disrespecting this that the other. Let's go back to a cabinet. Did Cabinet consulted with a navy seal? Said I WANNA. Do something that shows that I am not protest during the national anthem. I am just using this moment. Moment during the national anthem to raise awareness all, he ever said to raise awareness to the mistreatment of black people by police officers in the United States and here we are okay, so I'm GonNa read you what the NFL. What Roger Goodell set in this is in a tweet that the NFL from their officials is the NFL. Family is greatly saddened by the tragic events and cross our country. The protesters reaction these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel. You didn't feel it back when cabinet was. Our deepest condolences to the family of Mr George Floyd. Those who've lost loved ones including the families. Brianna Taylor in Louisville Mr Ahmad. Are Brie and the cousin of Tracy Walker who is accustomed tracy walk of the Detroit Lions as current events dramatically underscore day there remains much more to do as a country as league. These tragedies informed the NFL's commitment to our on In our ongoing effort, their main urgent need for action, we recognize the however platform in the communities and the part. We recognize the power of our platform. Think about that Jay. In communities, and as part of the fabric of American society, we embrace that responsibility do you in are committed to continuing the important work to address all these systemic issues together with our players, our clubs and our partners? You make forty four million dollars a year. You have an opportunity to tell your owners. Shut up and let these let these players peacefully protest. What's going on? You have the ability to stand up and deliver the message. These guys aren't protesting national the American flag what they're protesting something different. They love our country, and they are protesting something different than WanNa see a change and they're doing it nonviolently. They're not looting. They're not breaking into stores. They're getting down on one knee to say look. Something needs to change. He could have sent that message and he can still send that message. He can allow those players right now because what had ad rock. Rock. Say in the Beastie boys documentary. It went talking about how when he was when he was younger, and he said all those things about women that he is now was now disgraced that he said that his like. Thank God I'm I'm not a you know. Thank God I'm being called a hypocrite. Thank God I'm being called a hypocrite. Because a hypocrites someone who can change and I need to change because it would be bad if you're saying that. He hasn't changed at all and I. think that that visit is a real opportunity now out the NFL. You know. I, think if the NFL wanted to make strides, they could simply come out and say Colin Kaepernick. We're sorry we're sorry we didn't stand with you. We are sorry we that we didn't understand quite fully the full scope that's on us and moving forward. We're going to try to a better job. Simple statement. It got new power. Adam silver of the NBA would do that. That young NBA, smaller more nimble, but I'm telling you. Adam silver would do that. The NFL cannot do that because of their ownership and a certain faction of leaders all right. We have a great interview. I don't WanNa go too long because we have a fantastic interview with Sam Webb, we get his quick hits about Australian rugby announcers who are basically do the worst crowd. Apt To put faces on a cardboard characters out. There ever will talk about the Marquette. Female Lacrosse player posted something on Snapchat that got her scholarship revoked lots of stuff, and then later on the show Michael Jordan Talks about Michael Jordan in a voice mail that you have to hear his roofing, the cheap seat Sam Webb on the other side of the break. Stay with us. Very hobbles. WHO's. Never WanNA. Guys WanNa talk to you about something. 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"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

05:48 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Test when you go to modern fertility dot com slash obt. You need to know this information people. Check your eggs check. GEHRIG's get you discounts here for your eggs. Stop Okay. When did you become a stepparent? Like when did that little family become solidified? So as soon as both are I got divorced. I moved to Atlanta I. wanted to be close enough to my wife to where. I could see her if I wanted to. But not so close to where I was in her face was about four hours away from where she lived. When? Her divorce was final, which was about a year after mind, so she took a lot more time to think about her life, in which he wanted, and she wanted to be sure and with kids again. It's so much more complicated and it's a big decision. So when she got divorced, we had a ceremony commitment ceremony. His marriage wasn't legal, but we had like a little thing with just two or three friends of backyard of a friend, and we dressed up and in dresses. Those of us. That gender thing you will not be seeing those pictures. And then the little kids were dressed up with super cute and They got like a little treasure chest with like a promise from us, and they had all super cute, and that was the first day we wanted to make it official for the little kids that first day I spent the night so that it was real to them. It was like a real thing like regardless of whether it was legal. We wanted it to make it. You know to show them like this is what this is a new family starting now. It was so new to me to have these two little kids in my life. There was like a purpose all of a sudden I aside from being in love with my wife and so happy that I was with someone that I really wanted to spend time with all the time. I used to find myself when I was married to my ex husband standing in the middle of the room in Santa, Cruz we were lived. One block from the beach is Santa Cruz is beautiful. And stand in the route like see myself from above like what am I? There's so many things I could do with my day, but just paralyzed, not knowing what my purpose was for the day. Let alone the month or the year like just just lost kind of and that just disappears with little kids. You know exactly what you're supposed to do because there's no time to be sitting in the middle of the room. You know wondering what you're going to do with your day like it's. It was I loved I loved that sense of like well. We didn't get anything done, but Kids are happy. They're fed sleep. They didn't die today. Describing my life now, right Sam! Yeah, there's no. There's no bigger like. Maybe I'll write a book someday. This no time get through the day. Get through this shower. Today exactly like that in there was a silver lining to the divorce part, because the kids went to the dads half the time, and so we got to be a young couple at the same time you know so I, had this whole new family and these two kids in my life that I just instantly decided like that's you know we're? We're one unit everything together, but then at the same time we would have this time. Just the two of us without the kids that was also fantastic and very honeymoon like we can do whatever we want with our day because whenever I'm home. I'm usually not working, so my wife wasn't working, so we would just kind of perfect. Hang out and. It was a kind of perfect in a weird way. Exactly argument for a divorce right there. Yeah Hashtag divorce rocks. My wife Mary and I talk all the time about how we want to be divorced, but we stay together, but there's just an ex husband that takes our kids. Wednesdays, Fridays so we don't know how to make that happen. We just. Friends to be the ankle that takes them. That's what we know. That was the rude awakening with the second batch of kids like Oh, Shit. There's no eggs husband to like. Take them, and we can like. Go travel for a week or something there with us all the time on you now all on. Before you get to the second set of kids, did you? Did you want kids before all this happened Mike will what were your thoughts about? Kids I always I always wanted kids and my husband and I were very careful about not having any. Because, we weren't ready and I used to secretly hope that something would go wrong. You know so that that we didn't have a choice. You know it was. It would just be there, but at the same time I have to say and I always wonder whether there's has something to do with my. Makeup, my my translates I. Being Pregnant always felt wrong to me I always wanted kids, and always felt wrong to be I did not see myself that way. I was trying to visualize it and like no. That's so weird like that. It's just going GONNA look weird. It's GonNa feel weird. So. I had always thought about adopting like that. That would probably be you. Know I want a family one kids in my life, but I just don't see myself I. Don't see myself that way. And said these kids came along and it was Kinda like the perfect. Solution to that. Yeah, it was great i. mean it's it's the parenting is for the stepparents listening out? There I'm sure they can relate. It's very very tough job because. You, you go all in because it's the only way to go, you know you can't. Can't make distinctions you can't you know like you have to emotionally financially just be one hundred percent otherwise. You can't hold back, so you throw your whole self in there? But you're always third wheel. You know where never the decision maker. You're never the final person who says like wait. Wait wait now. That's not how we're going to do it, so you're the.

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"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

05:57 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"I had some quick like relationships very intense friendships, and there is definitely some physical stuff involved when I was a teenager and I always. Attributed to Oh. That's what girls do you know? Girls, being girls, and then I look back like no. That's not girls being girls. That's that's girls having sex. With each other. That's. Crash, yes. That's quite the crust that everyone does that at slumber parties apparently not. Did it come as a shock to your wife that she was gay. She can ahead similar teenage experiences so a couple of boyfriends, but then also a couple of girlfriends kind of made me not and so it was kind of the same thing to where we don't think I had the language to be honest with you. I knew one lesbian, and it was Martina Navratilova and I thought she was awesome. And she was telling people talked so harshly about her. That's what I that's what I really remember I remember where tennis family, my parents were tennis players, and so we would be watching these beautiful matches between her and Chris Evert, and they would talk so harshly about her how she was like a so masculine and unattractive and. Her jaw that was so straight and it looked like a man's face and I didn't really think about it at the time, but it must have really done something to me because why would i? Why would I remember that? Them talking about her in that way and I used to defend her. Because because she was such a great tennis for is that why? Why are you talking about her that she volleys all the time. Why? Why aren't we talking about that? So for some reason I really felt like I had to defend her. Yeah, so lesbian was Martina Navratilova period. There were no other people there were no examples it wasn't. Everyday conversation even when I was in highschool, kissing my friends and Kinda messing around a little, we didn't talk about it as lesbian. We didn't use that word now, so it was. It was so far away in Belgium. Is that right? Yeah? I grew up in Belgium. Think it was like culturally less open. There've in here. I mean not that it was open here then, but do you think? Think that played into it in any way I don't know if Belgium had anything to do with it. Because in general Belgium like gay marriage was legal long before it was legal here and Yeah Dade. Belton is pretty progressive when it comes to things like that, but I do know and I hate during mom under the bus, but she was so happy every time I did anything remotely feminine. or or every time I had a boyfriend, so she must have deep down been really worried that maybe I was lesbian, so everything that happened. That was kind of more normal. In her mind, she was just it was like a celebration and yeah, when boyfriend broke up with me, you know I'm talking like when I was fifteen and it was like a three month. You know relationship. She would lose like ten pounds it's. Like I'd be over at like twenty four hours later, and my mom and my mom had like a one month. Grieving period is just like. So at the time, I didn't really realize how weird that was. You know, but now I'm like all right, so there was definitely some I had two older brothers, and there was pressure for me to be the girl. Yeah I wasn't allowed to play soccer on a team. I was allowed to play in the backyard and in school, but I wasn't allowed to be on a team. How in my parents defense girl soccer in Belgium was not a thing like it is here. It was very very rare, and it was kind of like a little bit of a had a little bit of a low class vibe. But still it was all I wanted to do. Yeah and I wasn't allowed to do it, so there were definitely a message is being sent that I was expected to be a girl and fitting in, and as much as I always thought of myself as being such a an individual and my own personality and make decisions am strong. I must have also been such a pleasure at the same time. That's what I think. Now looking back like I was really thinking, I was kind of like breaking barriers in some way, and then at the same time I was really really still trying to fit in as. Deep. Cultural significance like you bring up the Martina story like I. Remember all of the announcers. All of the fans everyone was rooting against Martina all the time. And so there's that subtle undercurrent to not just coming from your family's coming from socially. That like that's the person you don't WanNa. Be Yes, the new. That's so weird. Yeah, that's so weird that that people were uncomfortable with her yeah! Overpowered everything else about her? And at that time it wasn't the way people weren't training the way they do now like you know the like. They weren't as muscular and size like it was just this. There's this masculinity to her that people were very uncomfortable with yeah, and and I I so hope and I know it's changing, but there's still so much work to be done, and that's I. think that's one of the most exciting things about. This new generation of young kids that don't care about gender that much anymore and don't care about fitting in that much. We, look at Serena Williams now and her power celebrated. You know who she is so strong, and if she I mean if she had played tennis in that era. I don't even know what people would have been saying about. It wouldn't even have let her letter yet. I know I know so i. like that idea where it's definitely changing. People are celebrating individuality and women that different are a little different present differently so much has changed again so much work to be done, but compared to when I was growing up. It's amazing. How much changed? So Jamie.

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"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

05:08 min | Last month

"sam he" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Feel it's GonNa feel like a little less celebratory? No, we have no bake shop to make it virtual wall pride. You know what I noticed have in the suburbs. At least all the kids put rainbows in their windows right now. It's like a thing in the several is that I didn't know that four like during this social distancing time, everybody has rainbows in their windows. They had him for like two months, but it wasn't right or something. You know it started in March when we started this whole fiasco, but I'm going to call them all rainbow flags kids. Are because we don't get to like walk around and see all the commercialization of pride like the game show, and all that, which by the way that's not a bad thing, I. Don't Care What Citibank thinks about pride last year Rosen. I took like a pride tour of the city, and just took pictures in front of all the beautiful rainbows and colors, and and you're right. We can't do that this time. Well, listen I don't want to say that gladstone idea of virtual pride videos, but gladstone idea virtual prize videos and it wasn't even actually. We stole the idea from our listeners on their lives. But. Let's not, but we do WanNa tell you guys want you to make videos of how your family is celebrating pride, virtually the sheer make them creative and fun and funny or whatever we're just have fun with it. Meet a like a minute, and then I'm sending it to us, and then we'll. We'll share it on her social feed. Ya I'd like to reiterate for Robin. Please don't make them too long. Because because Robin like keep them short and long time limits. Time there. What do you do? I'm just I'm just making fun of you know they need to be short, so we can fit them. All GonNa would hate to make a great video on the. We can't play. It's all Jamie I just last week. I ordered pride shirts for me, and hopefully they get here and. What do they collins will one of them is to of the Disney princesses making out which is awesome. I know it's really hot, and then the other one is like a rainbow and you do you or something like that? That sounds like that's only a different message you. Do you saying that the sounds like cried? Well, it's for pride. It's more. It's more muted one for hearing. She's not going to wear the princesses kissing. That's more my jam. Jam Jam Disney is yet. Let's see. Before we get to our guest today which we don't want to say too much up front because he's amazing, we have to get to him, but. Then we need to give a shoutout to all the folks who joined our Patriot community. After we asked for help last week in our big patron pitch, it wasn't an easy ask for us, but we are just a whole, so honored and thankful that so many people answered the call. Brandon I have to say it was so much, not an easy thing that after. After we did it and all leading up to the Monday, that aired I was on the verge of sending you an email. Let's take it out out. It's so much about area and yeah. Yeah, so we did it and you responded, so thank you so much, so we have to say a huge. Thank you to Melissa. Feldman Danielle Lally Alicia Romero Emily Pearson. Or is it Wynberg? Will you need to tell us in the livestream? 'cause she's always Oh. Yeah, we love you. Jessica Smith. Okay, and for the rest of you if That was weird. Great transition there were so good our jobs Jamie on, but for the rest of you if you're like what did I miss last week's episode Patriot is our community where you can support, but also where we have all kinds of bonus content at varying levels, and we have video some some of the interviews. We have swag that for joining and we even put. Put up some interviews unedited ad free videos, so you can watch us. ramble through interviews with people in my mother. Really love the video, so you should know that too well. Guys if Jamie's mother loves the video, then you better, you better get up loves the videos, but also we appreciate your support, because we don't want Robin to have to go back to work cleese. This. Won't we really don't happen if province to go back to work? Two job offers, and I'm like. Why is the universe doing this to me I'm like I'm trying to pursue our dreams here and the universe is I. Don't know. Maybe tell me I shouldn't have these dreams because it keeps down lake. Here's some job. No wait we'll, we'll let's watch those patriot. Members come rolling in and there's your science. Get off a patriot. Okay. Let's talk about our guest today all right Sam batons the lead singer of the Band K's choice and rex rebel I mazing I've been such a fan of him from back in the day, but what was so cool is one of our listeners A. Vendor Vander Jack Need. We never know how to say her name, but she's delightful. Anyway we'll. She is part of our Patriot community and she was emailing us, and she said you gotta get Sam. He's this Belgium singer and I was like Oh, cool, and then all of a sudden I like looked up his name and I was like Oh crap. I was the lead singer for case choice because I was such a fan, and so then, of course we started stocking. Yeah, exactly and just about two years. Years ago, he began transitioning. Yeah, and he's got of log about it and we were like. Let's get him on here and he was like I. We didn't even have to really stock. He was just like yeah. I WanNa, do this, which is awesome. We love it when we don't have to Stop People Helen. Shut up. We know we gotta rolled up. We're GONNA. We're closing the in showdown, Helen, she just needs only talk about stocking now I know how stocks and up loosen up how fight Helen! Audio go roll the interview I think we need to get Helena gifts I'm so mean to her Helen's. Her Job all right, let's go. Let's go to the interview. All Right?.

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"sam he" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

Killer Knowledge

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"sam he" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

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"sam he" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

Killer Knowledge

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"sam he" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

"Approached the car and opened fire question number one. In what New York borough did this first son of Sam Shooting? Take place a cleans be the Bronx See. Brooklyn the right. Answer is b the Bronx Donna. Lauria was killed instantly in the attack while Jody Valenti survived and was able to give police a description of the shooter which included being a white male in his thirties that stood about five foot nine and was around one hundred and sixty pounds with dark short curly hair. Other witnesses claim they saw the same man in a yellow car prior to the shooting now over the next few months from October. Nineteen seventy six to January. Nineteen seventy seven. Berkowitz would kill or wound. Six more people all in the borough of Queens. It wasn't until the January shooting that police finally publicly acknowledged. The crimes could be connected. The bullets used in the crimes matched in the age and appearance of some of the victims. Were similar in all the cases question number two. What physical attribute did the victims have in common a short red hair be long blond hair? See shoulder length brown hair. Most of the victims had see.

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"sam he" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

13:53 min | 3 months ago

"sam he" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Ken Foam Welcome to episode number. Two hundred thirty seven where we revisit this issue of racial ising the novel Krona Virus with my guest today and old friend and prisoner Sam Louis Sam used to be broadcast journalist and he is currently marriage and family therapist up in the Seattle area and I hadn't thought about him for a while. And then I came across in my news feed a column. He wrote for the magazine. Psychology today called racial ising. The Corona Virus. Why President Trump's description of the novel? Krona viruses that China virus validates ratio hatred. I will say that At the time he wrote in That in headed published The president had yet to back away from Is Use of that term He has since done that as the recording. This particular episode. But that doesn't mean that the problem of racialism of the novel coronavirus isn't still a problem for many Asian Asian American people and I just really appreciated What Sam brought to this particular column a he had written a couple of other previous columns that had to do with very similar Aspects one was called the krona virus and Asians Phobia and one other one was whitewashing. Dimona fisheries of racism. And so I immediately reached out to Sam and Invite him to come on and I think you'll really really appreciate the frank and sensitive way that an informed way that he he addresses a wide. This is hugely problematic. We will continue to bring other guests on to this program as There are still problems out. There that relate to Asian Americans and this particular pandemic I was unabashed early. Fan and supporter of Andrew Gang when he was running for the Democratic nomination to be president of the United States way back in June of twenty eighteen just a few months after he had declared his candidacy. He came on this podcast and As soon as I finish up that episode I started supporting him to the tune of ten dollars a month all up until the month that he actually dropped out so if do the math and math was his little acronym. I don't need to two hundred dollars to his campaign now. That's not a giant amount of money. But it's the most that I've ever contributed anybody running for president and it wasn't because simply he wasn't Asian American and I was just excited to support in Asia. Merkin. I was excited that he was Asian Bergen and running for president and even one as far as he did but it was really because I liked his ideas. I especially appreciated and valued his focus on how automation and official intelligence and robots were continuing to steal jobs jobs disappear with no replacement jobs and that was the basis where his ub I universal basic. Income I was more keen on him adding that concern to the democratic debates which I think he succeeded to a small degree but I also was impressed with his character. A one of the things that still resonates with me is when I asked him the bar interview. You know just where he stood as far as any kind of religious faith and I really was blown away that he was just honest with me and he said well. I wasn't raised with any religion but I've married someone who's buried about Christian and custom very devout Christian family and so we as a family go to church every Sunday. Our kids are in Sunday school but I could. You know personally tell you that. I'm I'm not a place yet where I can say that. I am a Christian and you know I thought man you know he could have easily just with all that evidence he could be said that but he says No. I'm I'm highly impacted by the person of Christ and his teaching and I think you can see that in much of the platform that I've built for my candidacy but yeah I'm not quite there yet. So you know anyway I. I was very excited about him as a candidate. Not just because he was Asian American. And so you know he was going on with this campaign and then you know there's a couple times were a lot of Asian Americans. Were really upset with him because of some of the things he would say like. Oh I'm Asian so I know a lot of doctors and I tried to defend him as best. I could one because I felt like he and I had a chance to have an hour long conversation. I felt like I knew where he was coming from. Inside and number two I felt like well come on. You know he's running for the highest office in the land. He can't sound like an Asian homer. E Can't you know? Just take the side of Asian Americans to to the apparent disregard of anybody else and I felt like president. Obama ran into similar. Things After you know he he won his two terms. Because there are some SPECI- African American friends who would say well? He doesn't seem very black anymore and I would say well you know He. It's it's a tough position to be in where you can't look like you're just trying to represent people that look like you. Okay so I. I kept supporting him through through all of that. Well somewhat recently. He came out with an OP. Ed Piece in The Washington Post and in this op ED piece Yang urged Asian Americans to combat a recent surge in anti-asian hate by quote embracing and showing our Americanise in ways. We never have before. And then he went on to praise japanese-americans who volunteered for military service from were to concentration camps to quote demonstrate that they were Americans unquote all the time conveniently ignoring that. They felt the pressure to do this because of injustice in anti Japanese racism that was occurring at the time. When I read this I thought Oh Andrew I I can't defend you now. This is just such a misunderstanding of misread. What was really happening in? History I served as a pastor at historically japanese-american Church for forty years where most of the Japanese Americans there had gone into those been put into those prison camps and yes some had even gone onto volunteer from those camps to serve in the four forty second. And what have you? But it was not lost on me. After putting in that time with that community to understand the whole pressure to prove their patriot. Patriotism grew out of this injustice that they had to prove their Americanise and so for Yang to hold this a up as an example to be emulated. I think hugely problematic. There are other people from that era japanese-americans who sounded like Yang like Mike Matsuoka with the Japanese American Citizens League and he was basically before the executive order. Ninety six six. You know saying very loud and clear publicly that Japanese Americans need to step up and stand up and and show that you know. They're not loyal to Japan. And what have you and there are many Japanese American leaders who joined muscle okay in that chorus and yet executive order. No six six still happened all the West Coast Japanese one hundred twenty thousand gut thrown into those prison camps. I mean it was hugely problematic. Then and was divisive amongst Japanese American community. And I just think gang what. He said what he wrote there. I just can't defend that so I think it's significant because as I said I was an early supporter of his. I donated to his campaign. One of my nieces I happen to go to his rallies in the northeast before he dropped out maybe a couple of months before and She went up to shake his hand afterwards. And said You are? My uncle's pint. Cast and he said Oh Kent Kim's a great guy so hey he thinks I'm a great guy. I have another reason to continue to defend them but knowing what I know I just can't. This is completely off. We as Americans do not need to prove that we're good Americans. There was a wonderful article written by Nina Wallace. Who I'm hoping is going to be my guess pretty soon on the PODCASTS. The show dot organization. Who really spelled it out then show is all about capturing oral histories of Japanese Americans who were in the camps before they pass away and let me just read how she ends her piece. She says Yang is severely mistaken. If he thinks the lesson we lesson we should take away from our history. Is that Asian? Americans can or should escape racism by appealing to racists. Japanese-americans tried to prove their loyalty to this country during World War Two through military service through quite endurance and in some cases through the vilification of those who chose to exert Americanise in acts of civil disobedience. These demonstrations did not prevent the uprooting of our community the years of incarceration without trial or the onslaught of rhetorical and physical hate directed at Asian bodies. Should we as Yang says in his? Op Ed step up and help our neighbors and do everything in our power to accelerate the end of this crisis unquote. Absolutely many Asian. Americans are already creating community support networks to supply our elders with groceries and ensure that Chinatown and knee. Honmachi businesses stay afloat but flag-waving allegiance should not be a prerequisite for ending anti Asian violence putting on a model minority show of hyper patriotism. An unrequited loyalty will not protect us. What will protect us is solidarity with black folks creating pathways to liberation through both white supremacy and anti blackness from other people of color with indigenous peoples fighting to protect and nurture the land in which we stand with survivors who are already intimately familiar with the consequences of victim blaming an actively engaged in building a world will we need not quote prove unquote are worth and with asian-americans striving for truth justice not proximity to whiteness. Now's not the time to call the dissenters and resistors from our communities. Now is not the time to retreat to the center and erase those who live on the margins. Rather than appealing to notions of loyalty and quote Americanise Unquote that demand. We sacrifice our cultural and political identities price of admission. Let us instead build our own power and mutual support. We are enough and we have nothing to prove again. That was by Nina Wallace. Who is part of the staff at didn't show DOT ORG and I'm waiting to hear back from them early this week whether she's going to be able to come on and Unpacked at some more. But I just want to give her shadow. Thank you for expressing cataloging. The the history of what happened to Japanese Americans after the attack on Pearl Harbor and how that was just wrong been and is wrong to encourage any of us. Any Americans especially Americans have colored to go out of our way to wear red white and blue as input to prove that we are in fact. Not The enemy right. I just. I can't defend that. And I'm thinking if the email address that we were communicating with a back in two thousand eighteen is still good. I don't know if it is or not I'm thinking have writing him a note and Attaching Nina's column to it because he's he's an intelligent person. I I do believe he cares. And you know on the one. And he's not a candidate anymore So you know. He doesn't have to sound like a candidate. Maybe this is how he actually really thinks and that was on display. When he was a candidate. You can also argue that. He's hoping to be a candidate for other offices going forward or maybe part of a democratic presidents administration..

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"sam he" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

10:05 min | 5 months ago

"sam he" Discussed on From Scratch

"Sam served in the Peace Corps in Benin West Africa. Welcome thank you your first foray into the developing developing-world was not in the Peace Corps after college. You grew up with a family. Who caused you to live in several places? Your mother For example was focused on maternal health. Right in your father. I am agriculture. What are some memories you have of that? Well a lot of them especially when I was growing up where the some of the amazing vacations vacations. We took actually flying into a drug trafficking strip in the Amazon rainforest. You had to take a boat up Amazon for three four hours and it's just surrounded it by animals howling at night. Things like that which are pretty unusual and very sticky in a child's mind. What are some impressions of what Your Mother did for instance that stuck with you outside? These exotic Well I just remember especially in in India. She got plaque saying you know thanking her for making a contribution into the lives of ten million women and children in India and it was sort of like. Oh my gosh. My monsoon is really interesting work and she wasn't trying to make huge technological shift. She was trying to make sure that women understood that they should breastfeed. How was the experience of the Peace Corps? Different from what you expected since you had tangentially been in this world previously That's a good question. There's no substitute for actually doing it in living at yourself you can. You can read about it you can watch movies about it. You can theorize about it but when you go out and actually do it and you live there and you feel the seasons and you eat the same food everybody else does and you go and you work in the fields. NC How long and how much effort it takes to grow yams and then to turn them into a food food and and how unreliable your source of income is when you're dependent on the weather and the and the crops and food prices global all these little things that after a while you start to really. I understand what is important to people and it was in the Peace Corps where you had your first experience with kerosene lamps. Were you discovered how ineffective and dangerous. They are Dr and that had a deep impact on you. What was your exposure to kerosene lamps firsthand? When you're in the Peace Corps in many countries certainly West Africa you're giving issued by the government And kerosene lantern. And so I use that for my three and a half years of Peace Corps Service And you don't want to use it and the really the game. Changing experience appearance for me was when a a friend had bought from Walmart. Kmart or somewhere in led headlamp and they left the country. And I got there headlamp and so I I just switched over and started wearing this headlamp all of a sudden I could see things and I could cook inside and I wanted to read because it was more pleasant. I didn't feel sort of lightheaded when I was reading under the lamp and so and that's when I started writing. Led companies and saying. Hey here's this unmet market need. Can I distribute for you. We gotta make this happen and just simple battery-powered led lamps and saying what like. Why isn't this wise? There's a total market failure. Why isn't this happening and literally? Not One person responded to an email or a letter. So when did the idea for a solar lamp arrive the thing that really took me over the edge. My next door neighbor. WHO's a fifteen year old boy? At the time he got in cares he had a kerosene fire fire accident and he almost died and he got degree burns all over his body but he survived. And he's he's fine now But that got me research and I found out that like a million people a year die from increasing fires once it starts it spreads all over the place that causes a lot of harm. So people are they're scared of kerosene. They're spending a lot of money on it. It's unhealthy for them And it's really terrible source of light. It doesn't it's not very bright solar magical is you put it outside and it just delivers you free power and this notion that you're not going to be dependent on somebody else to charge and you don't have to walk or drive to a charging station you won't have this constant outlay of cash. It totally changes. The they've never been had. They PAT independent power control over their power independently. Before so you had this grievance with kerosene lamps kind of in your back pocket you made your way to Stanford Business School how does a biologist and Peace Corps enthusiasts Decide to go to business school planning to go to business school. I was when I was in Peace Corps. Essentially I I was I was and I was an anti-capitalist. I was violence environmentalist. I've ridden my bike across Canada kind of doing this climate. Change your out. It was doing all these things and then when I got to have been in I realized the only thing that was really really changing the country and changing quickly was business not none of but a lot of the NGOs and the public sector activities. I was seeing in my distant village. College of two thousand people. They just weren't having the same impact so I decided I wanted to go become a social entrepreneur and applied only to the schools that were really on the vanguard of that and Stanford one of them So I was told that you Used to have a beard used to wear a lot of necklaces. Here's what did SAM look like ten years ago. Gosh well well so I didn't have any money and I didn't have anybody. I had to impress for any reasons. So you were a lot of the local garb so very long flowing khloe close You know my best friend in my village was Taylor could be a living patterns of a living room all over my body or bananas or it was really sort of fun You know if you've seen west African close they're beautiful and they're gorgeous and their their creative Yeah and a big beard and sometimes colored hair and yeah just having fun fun. This is your Peace Corps years come Stanford Business School. How long did that last Well you know you drive up that palm-lined Boulevard and and you know every leaf that falls off a tree get somehow miraculously swept up by someone somewhere. It's hard to be quite so and you don't realize you you just you know. We're humans right. We adapt to our circumstances so when I was in a village. There's no washing machine anywhere. You do it by hand. Nothing ever gets clean and so that was just the way I kinda was. But then once I shifted Focus Lucas. She is kind of cleaned up. My Act I'm Jessica Harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is Sam. Goldman Co founder of delight a company that that produces solar lighting and energy products to consumers at the bottom of the pyramid in developing countries. were one out of three. People does not have access to reliable energy the idea and prototypes for delight grew out of a class that Sam took at Stanford Business School with Co founder. Ned toes them called all design for extreme affordability. Now I say it was out of the business school but it was really out of the Stanford Designs School Where Pioneer David Kelly? He founded did this program. Can you talk to me about how the idea went from just that to something more concrete In in that in that space yes absolutely the Design school was almost a startup. Within within Stanford the first semester was essentially learning how to do design and human centered designed the way Idaho kind of teaches it with all sorts of mini projects on the second semester. Was We had a client a customer which was an NGO based in Myanmar and we had to go and actually produce a produce something valuable for them that they could take the market. I worked in the water space predominantly and. For whatever reason there was a small group of us who we just weren't as excited excited about doing something in the water spice and we really wanted to energy and I personally was pushing a lot for doing something in energy. Because I've been peace corps and I had lived for a couple of years with a kerosene lantern iron and. I knew that there were better options. And so I am. I knew that was true. Also in Myanmar and so we kind of coalesced and talk to this Ngo about whether we could go and and would they be interested interested if we could come up with a better source of lighting than what the typical population in Myanmar would have. If we could design something would they be interested in taking market and they said yes. That would be a good project. Let's do it. What how did you discover in Myanmar specifically because of the totalitarian government? I mean the country Used to be a source where people would go to me on mark for higher education education. All over South Asia was recognized. There was actually somewhat of a grid that went out to these villages and there was electricity. And it's all falling apart they didn't even have kerosene which is sort of the worst farm leading for most people on the world that you carry sing was banned so people would burn diesel as their only source of light if they could get it. Or if you didn't WANNA burn diesel which as you can imagine pretty noxious way to live your life life. You would pony up for very expensive. Tiny little candles burn quickly And then if you had a little more money and wanted to splurge you could buy these really noxious office lead acid batteries. which would run for like a day or two and they would charge them up on these massive like Nineteen Twenty and nineteen thirties generators And they would tell us like. Oh yeah you know that. The batteries are being charged. Well if the acid is boiling the whole thing was so amazingly wrong and backwards that that it really it blew our minds and I think the story some of the stories were what allowed US I think ultimately to get some of the venture funding. We got in the valley. What are some of those stories? You know we So we participated in this one called the J. Venture Challenge Being Draper Fisher a leading venture firm. What they do is they take all the winners at the various business school competitions and they pick them all up against each other in this one? Dj Venture Challenge. We went into just sorta tell the human story and the story we told was about a woman named Mia and and we had gone to her village and less than some very early prototypes. Nothing like what we have now. It was a large family and they would essentially get up at like ten PM. Go out and dig up the earth and work all night making these mud bricks which they sold for half a penny each later and they would have to work all night and then get done in the morning and leave them out so that during the during the day they baked by the sun and then they could sell the bricks and so these lies completely changed their lives but she literally started crying when we said you know we have to take these prototypes back. They don't they're not gonNA work long term. This is just something we've put together. This is like one lady out of two billion and this is going to matter and it's going to matter a lot what did the initial oh prototypes out of the D. School look like yeah there were I mean and obviously the methodology is done and get it get it done fast and learn as quickly as you can right so I mean we just had we. You know you'd slap a battery into a box and run a naked wire off to a little circuit board with led sutter to it..

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"sam he" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

11:57 min | 7 months ago

"sam he" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Me that's my idle a friend of mine charlie curtis who owns across fit jim book it looks like you god bless ask you could have ever said to him charlie got probably thirty pounds of muscle on me okay well i want to start by saying from the second we started working together i thought god i would love to get him on the podcast but you live in malibu i no i'm not going to be a pain in the ass and go come do my silly show in my attic but luckily net flicks was like hey what about interviewing sam and i said if you ask them i'll i'll be there to party they have no shame their that's their the job yeah i was like oh let them fall on their sort if he's into it then great to leave malibu i it's a it's nice out there right it's it's heaven so yes ma'am now you wanna leave we've been out there for like forty years through all the shit you know the fires floods old malibu getting pushed out by nouveau malibu and we're not finding it as much fun as we used to all really we're looking north we have a place up in in oregon and i think ultimately if we live long enough we're going to get out of here you are now when the fires came last year you state.

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"sam he" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"sam he" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"But if someone in the audience has of a Ferrari F f and they want to sell to me for sixty cents on the dollar. Let's talk. Okay. Great. Okay. Sam. Sam harris. Austin fact, chided dizzy, I mean, I guess we'll tell our listeners like we could we could talk for seven hours on in. This fact, check about stuff that was sad. And I'm not gonna do that. I picked a few things that we can talk about that. I thought maybe needed saying after listening. There's a lot of may be could be considered controversial opinions, and I'm not going to pick apart every single one. Okay. So. Okay. Well, I you said four out of five guests of ours. We site Sam exaggeration. I didn't luck. Yeah. That's an exaggerating is probably an exaggeration at the beginning. Yes. Tapered off a little bit. Because we've we also heard about all these people. But what's interesting is even when I'm not actually saying Sam, but I'm talking about something. Paul bloom wrote about empathy or I'm talking about something Brett Weinstein said or on talking about even Yuval Harari, they came from his podcast. So even if I don't say Sam, and I just go do you heard this, Paul bloom thing, really, I'm talking, you know, I got that from SAM's cast. That is true. Okay. So he mentioned honor killings, and he said. I don't actually know what he said the percentage was or maybe just a high percentage of Islam believes that we that honor killings are okay. And the Washington Post in pew in two thousand thirteen did a survey and in fourteen of the twenty three countries where the question was asked at least half say honor killings are never justified when a woman stands accused similarly at least half in fifteen of twenty three countries. Say honor killings of accused men are never justified in only two countries Afghantistan in Iraq. Do majorities say honor killings of women are often or sometimes justified. But you know, it's interesting is it almost declares your your position on this topic. Even the way that was just said, which is to say they found that half of people don't believe in honor killings. You could also then say half of people believe. In honor killings, which is very dressed of it though. That's what it's saying into it. It's pointing out the countries in which the majority does. But even even if half of population believes that that's very troubling of a country. Yeah. It is. These are also like well, my take away from this. When I looked at the whole last with. Yeah. The country's the more modern countries have have small number that really troubled war ridden countries have a high number met to me was clear in looking at that list. That was my takeaway. I mean, it's scary and bad incredibly, I guess, the I think this is what gets frustrating for me in these conversations and probably for other people is and I think it's largely would Sam gets frustrated with. Is. Ee you have to knowledge this large amount of people that have these views. That's just a statistical fact now the more important thing that no one ever gets to. It's like the left wants to deny the less. Big messages will the vast majority of Muslims are peaceful and wonderful, and that's true. Absolutely. But then you read stuff like this, and you have to acknowledge a pretty good hefty amount of people do believe in honor killings. That's troubling. That's that's a big concern..

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"sam he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sam he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just it's just having Danny let's listen, to say Sam He's doing, so this is him talking about different accents. That he did you get acting. Jobs okay here we go No you really have something going on when you're fans give. Themselves a group name yes informa- community yes we have a. Great group of fans. That. Called the hooligans Scottish accent in outlander you an English accent in this movie yes, in he did a little bit of an American accent? In the movie also do? You have to do they know like before you. Get. A job offer like this do they know for sure you can do those? Accents. Or do? You. Just album I generally tell them anything they want to hear I'll just lie A lot of situations and they. Really, just. Live. Yeah. Basically yeah yeah and then they find out that you're lying very. Close few, times you know when I first, came to LA pretend, that was American but then they'd ask you. Where you're from so like every spy you try and stick as close to the. Truth is possible so I'd say you, know from Scotland but my dad is. American or Canadian maybe then developed this accent that is slightly. Scottish slightly Canadian Would you do that Confident that you? Could do the job. I just, wanna job, I said. I said I can I can ride a horse juggled tightrope walk. All. Of our struggle no Of those g then find yourselves on a horse or juggling or anything like that I've had a few situations especially when I first started as. An actor and I. Found myself, being being, chased by. A posse on a horse that I can control the toll boundary. Wien I want to get off the horse shaking I didn't fall KOMO comes, over and says. You wanna do it again I was like. I'd love to You. Know what's funny about that we. All do that so he's talking about in his world I thought, he, was doing accents I'm. He's talking. About in his world.

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"sam he" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sam he" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'm hearing rate flares music it is reminding me that all beyond six two eleven the next week when you be working my show yes at his current we're doing nothing in but a wrestling me for the music for the that's all we're doing okay i will have that done for all my goodness cause that i tell you i'm not a big fan of of current wrestling like there's a little bit where i watch not have to watch begin because my son's will deftly be into it but man when you get to the the end of the way in six so five turn in a turner time baby in dusty it is talking about the i'm they and me learning about jogger free not knowing where the hell the on the was those with a glorious times where someday i have a black lab mix now name sam he's is a great dog but someday i'm going to have four and i tell you about this you have run this is all new to me okay i i don't know if i'm telling you the story at against a stout effect i'm getting for wiener dog sunday liz's agreed to this i'm getting for winner dogs them naming them before horsemen that's extra phenomenal it you know yeah because the first i was going to i was thinking about the i was i was kind of thinking about the fabulous free birds it was like no okay let's get the body eriksson that we could do some more because that never never mind and that i thought we could do the we can do the four horsemen and i have ole in our earn and rick in that i would have kelly and telling would probably be my favorite one of the donks naturally tell is already a good dog name so you know i can't just get to somebody also told me i should get to really rough looking cats and call on the nasty boyce i yeah for a run next sunday i'm in for sean and i will have to has on of eleven correct i don't know if it's officially up but i think you just broke the news both start well they didn't you can down but if you want to so we don't know what's going on eleven but i'll be like secs to eleven next week okay i got sick still love the next week in for sean and then at eleven somebody's.

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