35 Burst results for "Same Society"

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

"The with kevin mason story on the tv news the night. That was both heartbreaking and just frustrating was about a woman who got taken for thousands of dollars trying to buy pets online. She was trying to buy some little yorkie dogs or something like that and got taken by online scammers. They didn't really have the dogs but she answered some ad and they were wanting prepaid cash cards and she didn't see the red flags and now the seventy year old woman has spent thousands of dollars basically broke and what bothers me. More is with all the pets that are in shelters all the pets that are strays all the stories. We see online of all of these people hoarding pets. That people even go buy something online that she wanted to have this particular dogs so badly. She was willing to go into debt because she needed some companionship. It's kind of sad when you're that gullible to spend thousands of dollars on a scam but more importantly if you just need companionship you could have just gone down to your local animal shelter. It's a sad statement in many ways but buying pets. I really do have a hard time with that. I think that's just another thing we've got to figure out to fix.

Kevin Mason
Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

"The with kevin mason story on the tv news the night. That was both heartbreaking and just frustrating was about a woman who got taken for thousands of dollars trying to buy pets online. She was trying to buy some little yorkie dogs or something like that and got taken by online scammers. They didn't really have the dogs but she answered some ad and they were wanting prepaid cash cards and she didn't see the red flags and now the seventy year old woman has spent thousands of dollars basically broke and what bothers me. More is with all the pets that are in shelters all the pets that are strays all the stories. We see online of all of these people hoarding pets. That people even go buy something online that she wanted to have this particular dogs so badly. She was willing to go into debt because she needed some companionship. It's kind of sad when you're that gullible to spend thousands of dollars on a scam but more importantly if you just need companionship you could have just gone down to your local animal shelter. It's a sad statement in many ways but buying pets. I really do have a hard time with that. I think that's just another thing we've got to figure out to fix.

Kevin Mason
Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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Biden signs 30 executive orders first few days in office

New Yorker Radio Hour

04:40 min | 2 d ago

Biden signs 30 executive orders first few days in office

"So Joe Biden walks into the Oval Office for the first time and sits down and, in essence, signs 17 executive orders with more to come, and they range from everything to rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Extending the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures. This is all about undoing the trump presidency. To what extent can that be accomplished by executive order? Well, there are things you really can do. I mean, it's it's quite remarkable. The degree to which he is able. This is the nature of our system to walk in. And with the stroke of a pen, you really can undo the Muslim ban. Now you can't undo the damage it has caused of the last four years. But there's a reason why he believes this. What some people are calling shock and awe approach to doing it is important. It's sending a message. To the public. That these things are not permanent. But what I think is interesting is when you talk to You talk to the people who are sort of plotting the legislative approach. What they say is there's basically two steps. There's the rescue. And then there's the recovery. The rescue is what you have to do immediately like getting vaccines out like imposing a mandatory mask policy on federal property and interstate travel. And then there's the hard thing. That's exactly the hard thing is big legislation, isn't it? And that demands encountering someone named Mitch McConnell? We've heard for years about Joe Biden's belief in In politics in the way that Barack Obama found distasteful. Remember Barack Obama saying? You go get a drink with Mitch McConnell. Joe Biden seems to thrive on that stuff. Is he deluded? How far going to get Well, he and Mitch McConnell have a relationship in that you know, it is. It is worth both identifying and then identifying the limits of it. It's worth mentioning that Mitch McConnell was the only Republican senator after all, who attended Funeral for Beau Biden in 2015. These two have a very long history. And one thing I'm hearing is that they are in fact, talking quite a bit. They have been in recent weeks now. None of that means that Mitch McConnell is gonna wake up tomorrow and suddenly be a compliant, enthusiastic Promoter of the Democratic Party's interests, But what it means is that there is a basis for communication and a basis for some calculation of the interests of both sides. And that is the core of what Biden basically believes about politics in 18 61. Abraham Lincoln comes forth. It gives his first inaugural address and it's addressed largely to the South, and it's an appeal for unity for the country to stay together the union to stay together. It's an amazing piece of rhetoric. But it failed. Who does Biden have to reach to keep this country from going mad from from becoming so disunited that it becomes non functional. Well, I have to tell you, David, you know that 18 61 address was very much on my mind as I was listening. Abiding. I mean, he summoned as you remember the words of ST Augustine, he said. People are defined as a multitude defined by the common objects of their love. And when I heard that I thought of Lincoln saying, of course, that he was appealing to Americans Bonds of affection as he put it there mystic chords of memory. And six weeks later, the civil War began. So this this fragile notion of coherence of national unity is It's a risky bet, and there's I think the temptation is to assume. Well, well. Biden needs to Somehow reach the people who have been lost to politics. You know, folks who have the kinds of people who are drifting further and further from From, I mean reality to be blunt about it. I think there's another view of this question of the pursuit of unity. And I had a really interesting interview in the days before the inauguration with Reverend William Barber, who is Civil rights leader. He's the co chair of the poor People's campaign. And he's been talking to Biden often on for months, actually, because They both believe in this idea of unity. But Barber is is fairly hard boiled about it. And what he said was look, the Constitution does not call for domestic tranquility. It calls for justice and what that means is that in order to achieve real unity That means you have to attack some of the underlying problems in society, and that may cause you more political disunity in the short

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Quinn Martin (MM #3594)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Quinn Martin (MM #3594)

"The with kevin mason. If you're an adult of a certain age you hear the name quinn martin and you think of one thing cop shows on tv or usually private investigator shows on tv. I know it started with like the fbi. With ephram zimbalist junior back in the sixties in the seventies it was frank cannon it was barnaby jones and those shows ran for a bunch of years and times are much simpler while those private eyes were all around man l. a. was tough town back in the day frank cannon worked in la barnaby jones worked in la. Lots of private is lots of cop shows on tv and for quinn. Martin was one of the kings of those shows and of course he passed away in the nineteen eighties. So we don't have anymore quinn martin productions anymore but they were unique in how they were presented and he had some big successes like cannon barnaby jones and the fbi. But also a bunch of mrs including one with burt reynolds. That i'd heard about but don't remember watching back in the nineteen sixties. It's kind of funny. How a name just kind of jogs a memory and jobs at time. And let's memories again. There are always so good. I gotta admit i can get lost in the barnaby jones or a cannon every now and again.

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Quinn Martin (MM #3594)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Quinn Martin (MM #3594)

"The with kevin mason. If you're an adult of a certain age you hear the name quinn martin and you think of one thing cop shows on tv or usually private investigator shows on tv. I know it started with like the fbi. With ephram zimbalist junior back in the sixties in the seventies it was frank cannon it was barnaby jones and those shows ran for a bunch of years and times are much simpler while those private eyes were all around man l. a. was tough town back in the day frank cannon worked in la barnaby jones worked in la. Lots of private is lots of cop shows on tv and for quinn. Martin was one of the kings of those shows and of course he passed away in the nineteen eighties. So we don't have anymore quinn martin productions anymore but they were unique in how they were presented and he had some big successes like cannon barnaby jones and the fbi. But also a bunch of mrs including one with burt reynolds. That i'd heard about but don't remember watching back in the nineteen sixties. It's kind of funny. How a name just kind of jogs a memory and jobs at time. And let's memories again. There are always so good. I gotta admit i can get lost in the barnaby jones or a cannon every now and again.

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | 2 d ago

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | 2 d ago

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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Multilateral Disarmament Treaty  Is Signed

UN News

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Multilateral Disarmament Treaty Is Signed

"First multilateral nuclear disarmament treaty in more than two decades came into force just after midnight on friday development hailed by the un secretary general as important step towards a world free from weapons of mass destruction in his message. The un chief commended the states that have ratified the treaty. On the prohibition of nuclear weapons attorney tarik also welcomed the instrumental role of civil society in the negotiation and entry into force of the pact. The survivors of nuclear explosions and nuclear tests offered tragic testimonies and were immoral force behind the treaty. He said adding that his entry into force was a tribute to their enduring advocacy. The accord was approved. Initially by one hundred and twenty two nations at the un general assembly in two thousand seventeen. It's security fifty ratifications. It needed to enter into force at the end of last october. The main nuclear powers of the united states the united kingdom russia china and france have not signed the treaty

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Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19

The 3:59

06:13 min | 3 d ago

Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19

"Thomas driving is on the topic of one ahead. Our companies have been testing it for a while. I think they'll the lockdown. But the social distancing status quo has made the idea of the self driving car former attractive. Here's how five helping to make a time. Striving more reality yes. This is one that i could visualize. I think about the difference between a four environment. Gene i did we talk about this for a long time. When will come to. Fruition will be real. We're seeing this being tested today in pockets throughout the country. And it's not just for driverless. Vehicles thomas eagles. It's also drones. Iii sauce announced this week. Work that we're doing with. Ups on jaw hit ability. When you think about four g Urine at a time of the world today in a forge ecosystem. You want clear the harm front of you on your clearances about four inches. They sung lazy kicked very inefficient to eat assistance. Because you bet latency Attended mills Also used to find yourself in environment where you've got four foot clearance to the carn- primarily because the low lazy kimberly allows that we're having conversations with cities of around the contrary to really understand their planning cycle. Talked about san jose this week at. Cbs in work. We're doing with them. Generally bills smart city capabilities. You build a smart city capability. Five g capability of low latency and bandwidth capability ability for the signals to travel at sea allows a barrier differentiated in a very real experience for smart cities or thomas vehicles and for jobs kicker to be very real as you think about the ups deliver against the demand that they have for home. Delivery drones will played important part of that worry. See not in project and testing. Come faster than you imagine. Because we're finding new in different ways to use power a and how much work has been directly inspired by what's been going on over the last year and in all these solutions are they quick fixes of the problems that we've seen exposed now or solutions that can be applied to society of the long term. I believe tree pandemic everyone was talking about digital transformation and we talked to that everybody will go through digital transformation. Everybody's planning board. What we've seen over. The last month is real time her information. When you're in the middle of a crisis we gotta see patients. They can't come into an office. Got to educate kids and they can't come into school environment when he watery magin entertainment. We've found all kinds of ways with the bronco system to reimagine. And i really do believe that. We've cut three four five years off of the planning cycle going from planning for digital transformation actually deployed digital transformation with our customers is. They're beginning to see possibilities of five jeep whether it's in our lab environments whether it's in cities were of actual diet deployed it's just creating warm more sheer yossi non-commitment to accelerate transformation. It's one of the reasons why i'm really excited about the work that we've done with. Aws in huge. His wouldn't rule that out. Is we now have developers access to whatever it is. They're developing they wanna pull in the power. Uwb work done with edge. The he do that through the normal process that they follow near all cyclone. So we're really bribing out crazy all kinds of exposure to what's possible and if we're truly power five g received look celebrate the potential and identification of those solutions igloos accelerated lead accelerate. Nali as we imagine a whole host code but really we reacting responding to reimagining. An reimagining is happening real time. We think about having dry cheese today. That's good for today and really crisis management to what will be good in different in the future that will have strong society benefits. It's one of the league's About strategy we've said we create the networks roll forward that's the nar defying purpose todd We live now ever before because we have a responsibility not only to employees customers. Shareholders that to society as a stakeholder all right lastly assuming five j works exactly as promise but snappy speeds responsiveness all the way and see. What is your dream application for this technology. What is my dream application. Well how much time do we have to talk about dream applications. I believe a feigen working exactly as we've defined it. I'm super proud of the ability for us to deliver on the timelines. The we've many brown. 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Fish Fry (MM #3593)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Fish Fry (MM #3593)

"The with kevin mason. I was talking about cheap steakhouses the other day and for some reason that got my mind wandering to the good old days with the fish fry. My wife informs me that length is coming up here in about two three weeks. So we've got to be thinking about that and the catholic. They worried about that. Needs to always have a fish fry whether it was the church during the fish fry or the vfw are rotary or kuwata's fridays. During lent many little towns a fish fry now in addition to the fish fries. I remember the pancake breakfasts on saturday. Sometimes a boy scout troop sometimes a again. Sometimes or a rotarian. I've noticed those things don't seem to exist anymore. Maybe not in the town. This is nashville. But i don't even notice them online. When i have friends who live in small towns across america. Maybe they're not doing fish fries anymore or pancake breakfasts boy. I love those things as a kid and again. It's all kid memories but something is missing. Something has changed. And maybe it's just the world maybe it's just the economy or maybe the times have changed. I missed that fish fry. I missed that pancake breakfast and boy. Those were good memories.

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Fish Fry (MM #3593)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Fish Fry (MM #3593)

"The with kevin mason. I was talking about cheap steakhouses the other day and for some reason that got my mind wandering to the good old days with the fish fry. My wife informs me that length is coming up here in about two three weeks. So we've got to be thinking about that and the catholic. They worried about that. Needs to always have a fish fry whether it was the church during the fish fry or the vfw are rotary or kuwata's fridays. During lent many little towns a fish fry now in addition to the fish fries. I remember the pancake breakfasts on saturday. Sometimes a boy scout troop sometimes a again. Sometimes or a rotarian. I've noticed those things don't seem to exist anymore. Maybe not in the town. This is nashville. But i don't even notice them online. When i have friends who live in small towns across america. Maybe they're not doing fish fries anymore or pancake breakfasts boy. I love those things as a kid and again. It's all kid memories but something is missing. Something has changed. And maybe it's just the world maybe it's just the economy or maybe the times have changed. I missed that fish fry. I missed that pancake breakfast and boy. Those were good memories.

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Be Mighty with Jill A. Stoddard PhD

Anxiety Slayer

06:24 min | 3 d ago

Be Mighty with Jill A. Stoddard PhD

"Dr jill stoddart's be mighty leads you on a bold quest to gain a deeper understanding of your anxiety by exploring your own or story how your early experiences led to thoughts and behaviors then may have offered comfort and protection at one time but are now keeping you from living your best life. After reading this fabulous. You'll learn to respond to present-day triggers in a new way making choices from a more conscious values driven. Place jill a stoddard. Phd is founder and director of the center for stress. Anxiety management a multi site outpatient clinic in san diego california. She specializes in acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and related issues. She lives in san diego with her husband to kids and two french bulldogs. Welcome to anxiety slayer jill i shan. Thank you so much for having me so happy to be here. It's a pleasure. And congratulations on the success of your latest book. Be mighty what a fabulous book. And i know that you reached out to us quite some time ago to to get on and i'm and i'm glad you're here. It took us a little while but were here in. Your book is still out there and doing so well. So many great reviews. Yes and actually. It's great timing because the book just past her first birthday. Yeah be a celebration of about a year ago. I had the pleasure of speaking with dr steven hayes and he told me that that time that he pioneered act to help people with mental health issues feel fully think freely and live lives that reflect the qualities they choose and i'd like to begin our conversation with you sharing with us. How act can support women who often struggle with anxiety. Health things -iety in anxiety attacks. Yeah well act is a little different from some of the traditional ways. We go about attacking anxiety in that. The main goal of act is about developing psychological flexibility. And so this is really tuning in to the life you want and the person you want to be and showing up in doing what matters no matter what so. We often get caught in a trap where we do this waiting until thing you know like oh you know maybe i have a huge dream so i'll give you a personal example. I had a really big dream of doing a fedex. Talk one day and an opportunity arose to be able to do that. And i was terrified. I mean can feel my anxiety rising right now just talking about what we often do is say well i just i just need a little more expertise and i just need a little more practice and once i get my anxiety under control and i feel more confident and less insecure. Then i'll go ahead and do this. And what act is all about is becoming an observer of all those thoughts and feelings that we often get really hooked by and sort of we allow those thoughts and feelings to dictate our choices rather than letting what's important to us lead the way. The thing about doing what matters is it's going to come with anxiety because if it didn't matter you wouldn't care. Oh so well said. I used to do a lot of speaking an moved away from it moved into other areas of interest. But oh my goodness the number i would do on myself before speaking and i was very good very well prepared new speaking about once you got me on stage there is no turning me off. You couldn't shut me up right. But what i put myself through before it was something else and over time over practice and everything that lightened up but there was still that My my speaking coach would say try and take that anxiety and turn it into excitement and some days. I could do that and other days. It was just a matter of forcing myself really to just do it right. And and i think you know the all gets a little bit confusing for human beings because sometimes when we feel panicky when we feel fear it's because we're endanger our body is saying you need to fight or flee if you're going to be safe but sometimes were having those feelings and it's you know it's a false alarm. It's a perception of danger when it's not really dangerous or what it is it's a quote unquote social danger that you know when you're public speaking you care that people think your competence and interesting that you have something of value to deliver and you think evolutionary early early humans weedon have fangs or clause or we didn't run fast. We had each other where social beings early humans who hunted and gathered and travelled together had a survival advantage so to constantly be checking your status in the group to make sure you know. Am i doing my part. Am i valued or am. I gonna get kicked out because if i get kicked out i'm dead and so we've really evolved to be creatures who compare ourselves to others and of course. Social media has made that far greater than it was ever intended to be. But it's this very normal natural thing we do to care what others think so that we don't risk getting booted from our tribe and so sometimes when fear and anxiety and panic and all that arise. It's not a sign that we need to go run and hide run to safety run to the comforts on. It's a sign that we really care about this thing that we're doing and when you're laying in bed at night and you can't sleep and the wheels are spinning in its to mayhem. You're not worrying about whether netflix's is going to go out of business. That's not what keeps you up at night. What are wheelspin over. As our family our loved ones our jobs the things that really matter the most to us and so part of act is really recognizing that our pain. Barring society is not the enemy. It's everything were doing to move away from it

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Do You Want to Write a Book?

Women Worldwide

05:35 min | 3 d ago

Do You Want to Write a Book?

"I everyone welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in for always sharing how you're doing what you're feeling this really help us to bring the gas that can inspire motivate in really offer you some help with your challenges. So let's get right to today's topic we're gonna take storytelling and the author to a whole new level. It's the legacy maker. So i have a legacy maker today. Who's helping to transform the publishing industry joining me. On the show with andrea albright l. andrea is a serial entrepreneur as she is publishing mogul. She's published twenty six bucks and she's helping other authors to find the same success. And i could say so much about andrea talk about her latest book which is visionary boss so andrea. I think it's time that you share your advice in your journey with us. Welcome welcome to women worldwide. Thank you so much gear drive for having me. I am thrilled to be here. I love what you're up to supporting women worldwide and. Thank you for having me. Your welcome will twenty. Six books is huge. So i've written a few books. I i know what. That's like an absolutely amazed and what you're doing. So maybe you can start off just by sharing a little bit about this past two serial entrepreneur punching absolutely while i started in corporate america right out of college and i had a nervous breakdown. I learned early on that making money without her business and meaning didn't fulfill me and went and started my own company. I became an entrepreneur. When i was twenty six years so i've been on this journey for a while. I decided i wanted to help people get and get fit and my mentor at the time said well you have to write a book in order to stand out as an authority and so i wrote my first book in two thousand six and i remember being so terrified that no one was going to read it. Only my mom was going to buy it. I could sound. But i said you know if i can help one percent then. It's worth it. So i released that book and it went on to create thousands of success stories around the world. People would write to me and say your book saved my life. I was going to kill myself. And then i found your book and now i love my body i love myself i love my else and so it was messages like that. That kept me going and everyone said fitness and weight loss is way too competitive. You can never compete. But this thing called. Youtube came along and i was like what's you so i was really part of that. Social media revolution back in two thousand six two thousand seven and because of social media. I was able to reach my audience. I learned internet marketing. And every time. I would publish a book for myself. I would use marketing to bring people to my website. I eventually got on the front page of google. Very important key. Words like weight loss. Secret and flash forward. I wrote over twenty five bucks and health and fitness. I reached over ten million views on youtube. One hundred thousand. Facebook fans and women's health and fitness magazine. Put me on the cover of their twenty first anniversary edition. So that's really what defined my authority as a thought leader in women's health. And i saw that. So many authors are struggling to get their audience to pay attention to their book. And that's when i became publisher i started beverly hills publishing so that i can help other authors to publish books in ninety days and reach their audience through marketing in ninety days. Tat's unbelievable so from somebody who works with traditional publishers. Absolutely unheard of now. Isn't it interesting that you had some push-back around you of the competition and you know you even yourself said a. maybe only. My mom will read my book now. Is that something. Do office come to you. And do you find those same topic. So i guess yours or challenges that they think they're going to face as absolutely being visionary is both a blessing and a curse because we can see the future. We can see a possibility for humanity. I believe that anyone who wants to write a book is truly coming from that place of being visionary and seeing something that they want to share with the world but then the curse is that we doubt ourselves. Who am i to bryn this vision on the planet who am i to tell society and culture that we can do better and so it comes with that inferiority complex

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Little Red Circles (MM #3592)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Little Red Circles (MM #3592)

"The with kevin mason. I have one pet peeve when it comes to my smartphone my iphone and that's those little red annoying circles on your screen that tell you you have an update anytime. They update the ios. You get that little pop up screen there. Does you got an update their. I've got an app that us kind of as a to do list each and every day and it me how many to do items. I haven't i need that number there but it's still drives me crazy looking at him and of course you can get them to where you can have them set up for your emails. I turned that off really quick. Because when you're getting hundreds upon hundreds of emails that little red circle turns into a bigger oval as the keeps going up and up and up as a screenshot of somebody else's phone the other day and they had red circles all over there. Ios green with all the updates. They needed to fix now. Most of them you can turn off. It's not a big deal to turn them off some. You can't some you need to have their but just seeing that little number whether it's one or a two or three just annoys me to no end those little red circles with those little white numbers. Drive me crazy and i know i'm not the only one.

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Little Red Circles (MM #3592)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Little Red Circles (MM #3592)

"The with kevin mason. I have one pet peeve when it comes to my smartphone my iphone and that's those little red annoying circles on your screen that tell you you have an update anytime. They update the ios. You get that little pop up screen there. Does you got an update their. I've got an app that us kind of as a to do list each and every day and it me how many to do items. I haven't i need that number there but it's still drives me crazy looking at him and of course you can get them to where you can have them set up for your emails. I turned that off really quick. Because when you're getting hundreds upon hundreds of emails that little red circle turns into a bigger oval as the keeps going up and up and up as a screenshot of somebody else's phone the other day and they had red circles all over there. Ios green with all the updates. They needed to fix now. Most of them you can turn off. It's not a big deal to turn them off some. You can't some you need to have their but just seeing that little number whether it's one or a two or three just annoys me to no end those little red circles with those little white numbers. Drive me crazy and i know i'm not the only one.

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Interview with Angela Deem

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview with Angela Deem

"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can and we take care of her together in. Would that make him dependent on you financially as the okay with that given this whole sort of male dominant kind of society he's grownup grown up in. Well you know. I think i really think i'm his first real relationship not girlfriend but real relationship. I am a song minded person you because i'm experiencing owner and that's what i try to tell them. I don't try to like. I know herbs because i honestly don't have done all this stuff you're due at your age and this is why when we first got together. I let him know how i am. No no flaws. No

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"same society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Go check it out right now. Let them know. We sent you. Okay. So the the update with regard to these bombs that there's return address that was put on the labels, Debbie. Wasserman Schultz is office that doesn't mean that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is actually sending these bombs. It means that somebody's probably trolling by doing. Exactly that. Okay. So I wanna talk a little bit about a little bit more about, you know, where we are as a society, and how we how we cure all this. Again, we need to start with the premise that the people that we are talking about generally do not have harm in mind that their goal is not to destroy us in any way, if we figure that then we can have normal elections. Yes. Fraught heated elections, but we're not going to be trying to kill each other. Because we can assume that most people in the United States grew up in the same boat with the same value system weeded and they did. The reality is that we all grew up in the same milieu are are not all that different. Even the most right wing members of the United States and the most left wing members of the United States, theoretically agree on certain basic values like freedom of speech and treating each other compassionately indecently and why because we all grew up in the same society when you grew up in the same society, you share a certain level of baseline values. Now, I think that's splitting I think. That's one of the problems that the country, but one of the ways that split is exacerbated by simply assuming that political disagreement reflects underlying character differences now, speaking of political disagreements, and, you know, the polarization of our politics that social fabric, those common values, I say are being split. And you're seeing it in in some of these democratic campaigns one of those campaigns from Stacey Adams, she's the Georgia. Gubernatorial candidate for the Democrats, and she was caught on tape talking about free markets. Here's what she had to say. Her. So they can have. Stacey abrams. If you can't hear her. She's.

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"same society" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Both anything come up on cash for dallas living breathing to smoking them murderers have not probably fash the same society government in may kick over one day us democrats poverty republicans tyrants neither party hardly trust the government was mccray the people give your poor still have not hustling cra tying kim of course he'll have not screening mary shay jerry again had a still killing game a comeback with me you brito share the six like middle state down never ever roll pockets late because over show if you wanna really downers one take seamus can go really thanks.

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"same society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And then you know i am avoiding twitter like the plague i mean tony cats and we post you know things we britain in in videos things like that but if twitter's become this crazy place but man am i enjoying and i'm joining in on the how well people have exposed the new york times the new york daily news and celebrities like chelsea handler bette midler and rosie o'donnell and the rest for siding with hamas in what's going on in israel their signing with the terrorist organization that's what they've done quote me i don't mind chelsea handler when i said quote iming quote me chelsea handler has sided with hamas quote me bette midler has sided with mosque quote me rosie o'donnell has sided with hamas quote me the new york times has sided with a moss quote me the new york daily news has sided with hamas this is this is what's happened they all have turns out of the sixty two people who have died there in the fighting along the border fifty them are hamas members so they're not just some people they're not poor oppressed palestinians they're all in on it of course it was a moss from beginning to end exactly what we said and now the world knows it and now you know who's in favor of actually living a free life living a safe life and who's in favor of terrorists being able to get what they want when they threatened violence we should be clear all the people i just mentioned they will kowtow to terrorists that they're they might as well just don the berko right now just put it on people come on chelsea get it on this this is this is the world you want this is the world you want we want a world where muslims can live their lives jews can live their lives of christians can live their lives and their by the way in the same society no one's trying to kill one another you want to be treated like a second class citizen because you support terrorist groups like that view you as a second class citizen enjoy that good times good times cam edwards will be with us in just a few minutes from nra tv his show cam company they're nra news because the.

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"same society" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Is what it is i do want to reach out to him we are going to reach out to him so we can get him on the air i don't think we're having when the at the same time we have cheat on the air but because there's some crossover there's never i'm but the point is is that i think that you know i'd like to get his opinions on this because you know he he he's you know you could almost make the argument that maybe he's trying to be provocative for the purposes of eliciting this attention and there's certainly a possibility in the plausibility of that but you know what you know who's not getting any heat is chance the rapper and a few others joy villa she's gotten some heat but she came out in the article the other day on kanye west and his position but you know if if we've gotten to a place let me just put it this way and then i'm done there's always this discussion about race relations now i'm officially confused as to what the end game looks like here because the white community is not asking the black community to assimilate i'm assuming the black community is not wanting the white community to assimilate equality in its high article sense knows no color if people can't change their mind because him supporting trump is not pro white from my perspective is procon yet right if we cannot see people come together in the center on some form of consensus then the race debate is officially over there's nothing left talk about now what people think about that for just a moment there's nothing left because it's not a matter of kanye west employing whiteness that's not what this is about at all because white people we don't celebrate our whiteness i know people just think we do ball we don't it's just not something i know but michael you don't understand y'all got privilege so i'm not really sure about the whole privilege thing but anyway that's the point what is the point is is that we're not hoping to assemble at one culture into another or one race into another because you're may technical bite or the same culture same society but if people can't find common ground there was what's the point of having the debate but here's.

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"same society" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on WJR 760

"Same society eric harley and gary mcnamara red eye oh man just when we're talking about jobs and the micro facebook page and bernie sanders and guaranteed jobs and all that you know his his plan and where the democrats plan on going in twenty twenty guaranteed jobs free money for everybody and you know but when we talk about jobs i do think that you know with our youth it's important and my my father told me and it was very important i realized how important is advice wasn't i was only fourteen so we're going back a long long time ago i was fourteen he said look it's the economy's not going where once was you're not going to hold a job the same job for forty years right because that isn't going to happen now he told me that in nineteen sixty eight yeah well anytime you're not gonna be able to hold a job at the same place for forty years he said you're going to have to be good at three or four different things in order to always be able to put food on the table i because your dad lived through the great depression my both parents were born during the great depression and you i saw my dad after retiring from the military for good he worked a couple of different jobs and then i became a truck driver and had a second retirement and when i think about what he was doing or i guess what i had never seen my father unemployed he wasn't unemployed he was retired but for him he was unemployed he wanted and he was still young enough he wanted to go out and work more and a lot of people who many folks who retired from the military do that and it was interesting for me because i was thinking man 'cause i felt like dad was unemployed again he was.

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"same society" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fm same society eric harley and gary mcnamara read oh man just when we're talking about jobs and the micro facebook page and bernie sanders and guarantee jobs and all that you know his his plan and where the democrats plan on going in twenty twenty guaranteed jobs free money for everybody and you know but when we talk about jobs i do think that you know with our youth it's important and my my father told me and it was very important i realize how important is advice wasn't i was only fourteen so we're going back a long long time ago was fourteen he said look it's the economy is not going where once was you're not going to hold a job the same job for forty years or was that isn't going to happen now he told me that in nineteen sixty eight yeah well anytime you're not going to be able to hold a job at the same place for forty years he said you're going to have to be good at three or four different things in order to always be able to put food on the table you know i because your dad lived through the great depression my both parents were born during the great depression and you i saw my dad after retiring from the military for good he worked a couple of different jobs and then became a truck driver and had a second retirement and when i think about what he was doing or i guess what i had never seen my father unemployed he wasn't unemployed he was retired but for him he was unemployed he wanted and he was still young enough he wanted to go out and work more and a lot of people who many folks who retired from the military do that and it was interesting for me because i was thinking man 'cause i felt like dad was unemployed and he was retired.

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"same society" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"same society" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's great to be at georgetown we're altogether in seattle last weekend for john carroll weekend with my dear husband paula pelosi's there on the board of the foreign service school and tear it for a long time i'm on my banton liam in the fine service school and we had three of our children attend georgetown oh in graduate and that word at ten and i'm proud to have an honorary degree so i feel very at home here and i salute you for your leadership i think the daily for his welcome and christian for his as well and all of you for taking the time to have a conversation about what christian mentioned is public policy and its relationship to politics the and i wasn't going to be very political today but most seems to be so i would say on the other side there's a dollar sign on one side of the of the piece of paper i would put values on the other side of it and how was that personified how's that drawn children all about children it's all about the future it's all about justice and it's about the contrast for example that twenty made in his history of civilizations said there's some societies there's an emerges a creative minority lease that is there for people to reach their fulfilment encourages that to happen or there's an exploitive majority minority which is only about power and money and he said sometimes these exist in the same society it causes the schism of the soul a kid schism of the body politic of that community does that sound familiar to you because we do believe that more than ever that distinction between the two parties is emerging in a very sad way for our country so what is it that how do we manifest i different how do we manifest our values and priority no places that more obvious then the budget the national budget statement of our national values should be where we put our resources and right now we have a situation where with a tax cut which is a dark cloud hanging over other budget priorities we have that conflict that conflict and that.

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"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is that we not ask what america can do for us but what we can do for america that what we're our obligations to one another as members of the same society that was a topic that actually people spend time talking about certain link classrooms we spent a great deal of time talking about it we got into the habit and then when watergate occurred i should say actually vietnam i there was at least in my generation a sense of betrayal that was very deep there was somehow as a sense that lyndon johnson we didn't know the tonkin gulf resolution that had been basically conjured up but but we knew that there was something fundamentally wrong and many of us left college i know i did and was i was i was clean for gene i went around the country for gene mccarthy in nineteen sixty eight but we were motivated by some sense of ideals it's that the vietnam conflict violated ideals that we knew we had that's what drove us and then watergate was a further i think crack in the foundation but what made that so awful for some many people in america was the idea that that richard nixon was was just didn't care about these democratic institutions and that infuriated so many people it's that sense of betrayal or that sense of anger the ideals are being violated that i think began us on the downward the downward path well why wouldn't that anger right have really sort of shoring up those feelings for correction.

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"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is that we not asked what america can do for us but what we can do for america that what we're our obligations to one another as members of the same society that was a topic that actually people spend time talking about certain link classrooms we spent a great deal of time talking about it we got into the habit and then when watergate occurred i should say actually vietnam i there was at least in my generation a sense of betrayal that was very deep there was somehow as a sense that lyndon johnson we didn't know the tonkin gulf resolution that had been basically conjured up but but we knew that there was something fundamentally wrong and many of us left college i know i did and was i was i was clean for gene i went around the country for gene mccarthy that in nineteen sixty eight but we were motivated by some sense of ideals it's the vietnam conflict violated ideals that we knew we all had that's what drove us and then watergate was a further i think crack in the foundation but what made that so awful for some many people in america was the idea that that richard nixon was was just didn't care about these democratic institutions and that infuriated so many people it's that sense of betrayal or that sense of anger that the ideals are being violated that i think began us on the downward the downward path well why wouldn't that anger right have really sort of shoring up those feelings for correction right it sounds like it just you feel like there was just a further erosion from that time on you know there's that and then if you wanna talk a little bit too about just the effects of erosion as time goes on but i guess i just don't understand if if there was a shared sense of outrage right and betrayal nixon's actor why didn't we correct.

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"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is that we not asked what america can do for us but what we can do for america what were our obligations to one another as members of the same society that was a topic that actually people spend time talking about certainly classrooms we spent a great deal of time talking about it we got into the habit and then when watergate occurred i should say actually vietnam i there was at least in my generation a sense of betrayal that was very deep there was somehow as a sense that lyndon johnson we didn't know the tonkin gulf resolution that had been basically conjured up but but we knew that there was something fundamentally wrong and many of us left college i know i did and was i was i was clean for gene i went around the country for gene mccarthy that in nineteen sixty eight but we were motivated by some sense of ideals it's the vietnam conflict violated ideals that we knew we all had that's what drove us and then watergate was further i think crack in the foundation but what made that so awful for some many people in america was the idea that that richard nixon was just didn't care about these democratic institutions and that infuriated so many people it's that sense of betrayal or that sense of anger that the ideals are being violated that i think began us on the downward the downward path.

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"same society" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on WLOB

"Vietnam started us down this but i really do believe that something happened in the nineteen eighties having to do with the notion that people didn't owe much to america anymore you you remember nineteen sixty sixty one the inauguration of john f kennedy he asked he said not ask not what america can do for you but what you can do for america that was a ringing statement of the kind of understanding we had the question was what do we owe one another as members of the same society we don't hear that anymore nobody talks about that anymore that seems to me to be the great missing piece or do doc in wilmington delaware for robert reich good evening thank you for taking my call mystery on to host statements and a quick question for dr rice shop at a big fan of his ever speak almost twenty years ago in the nineties while he was started to here in our local flagship university of the university of delaware in delaware here like him then let him now i voted for mr trump for the simple reason that i thought the election was stolen from my first choice senator sanders by the super delegates and the clinton campaign and the machinations democratic party for richard get somebody this time or therefore four somebody lastly i have a question for this team doctor does the offerings book which i wanted to get this is i can't solutions to our problems in the book you offer thoughts on that.

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"same society" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"The supreme court ruled on it have lighthouse put a rainbow like john the white house taylor sure so yeah are at any rate it and he used the term constructive society uh now i be one of the state's on the eastern seaboard it and i'm not sure i may be wrong on this it may be delaware but but the legislature of that particular state is toying with the thought of allowing five year old children to decide what sex they want to be and or what race they want to be and the parents are not permitted to intervene can u of send us the this nation the that verifies um this reporting well i i'm i'm vein i'm saying i am senior pointed out it was very tower aim with that come along come of this for of samesex marriage as opposed to anything else right well i would you repeat your question because live liberties if you count that he thinks of delaware hasn't it is considering legislation that would allow a fiveyearold who make a ovalles a legal decision about them what their sex is and and what rate they belong the yes yes yes so richer what's what's the question which reporter or coordinated this i'm i'm lay without for entertainment of put reflect public early are in and and weird began i i don't know but uh i in in lieu of your communist speaker began in the enlighten when when when the coq became on the individual the instinctively in society of a western world but tension between the collective and the individual and at the moment the individual seemed to be attendant for global real so object that he worked objected then then is bottom bottomless bank accounts in a bus the challenge yet yeltsin's these objectives standard in just eight genuine a challenge for everybody sms seems to be valued in the west yeah coommunity in six states in europe and all that sort of stuff is what owned res has very frank frank assuming that roma figure opposed to samesex marriage and on and i happen to be can we collectively live in the same society well i might support something in you might be a polish do the same thing the.

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"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And to draper richards kaplan foundation and now to race juarez while gentleman of bypassing the tax bill you're not only making a decision about how government collects money your implicitly in expo lucidly rewarding some economic behaviour discouraging others and similarly when you pass the budget a spending plan that's a political document is well it puts the administration that proposes and the congress that disposes on record this is what we think is important robert rice what are the priorities that you see in our budget proposals while the priorities ought to be to help people get ahead that is education cab training also to invest in our productive capacities as human beings through healthcare uh through the ability of people to make the most of themselves uh even if they are not fully healthy equal protection of the laws equal opportunity it seems to me that our most basic responsibility as members of the same society is to join together and to support the capacities of each of us as individuals to their fullest and do you see that in the white house's budget proposal for 2018 nineteen icy just the opposite i see major cuts in programs that have been at least minimally necessary for helping people to go forward uh there are in fact even cuts in medicaid uh there are pretend perspective cuts in medicare uh there are cuts in all sorts of individual programmes that have been very very important in terms of uh investments in in people uh in education the tax bill though already reduced taxes dramatically on corporations and on the wealthy adding in these budget cuts in investments public investments in the capacities of people to uh to basically get what they need in terms of healthcare and that opportunity uh i think puts the nation back to the years it was before the new deal greg if when you look at the spending proposals what would you direct our attention to what is interesting is that historically we could have said.

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"same society" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Greece in the 1970s starting the late 1960s did go through a good oldfashioned collapse of democracy there was a military coup in the 1940s there was a civil war greek politics was incredibly violent in the 1960s 1970s greece still has a very well funded army because greeks still think with turkey might invade at any moment they will not be a military coup in greece because greece is no longer that kind of society i just don't believe it if it hasn't happened now it's not going to happen and i don't think is going to happen the fight in greece greece's between bankers and accountants and european civil servants it's not between soldiers and democratically elected politicians and yet i think it's also possible to ask the question has greek democracy already filed given what greece has been through and the inability of democratic politicians to find a remedy for it there is no historical parallel for that we look at a sasaki like contempory america we think it must have a lot in common with 1930s america contempory britain with 1930s britain because with the same societies so the contemporary society that most resembles 1930s america is egypt egypt's could really it the 1930s i mean maybe you might say it already has relived the 1930s american median agent of 1930 was about twenty four in egypt it's about twenty fool american percapita gdp 1930 was about four thousand dollars and in egypt it's about four thousand dollars unemployment in egypt has not reached great depression heights yet but it's pretty high of course egypt in so many ways is nothing like the united states but just the fact that if we want to make a comparison about who risks rerunning the 1930s we shouldn't think because we share the same political institutions we share the same heritage it's us it's not us.

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"same society" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Tend to be a little bit more modest i think we should probably dampened down the sexual frizz on this society puts up constantly but that's not the point that is not the point we're all living in the same society and we don't all do this it is these powerful guys and look it's not about the left it just we're we're we relish this a little bit because it's about the left is not bill o'reilly it's not rodger ales but of course it is about powerful guys abusing their power but the point about the left the point about the left is what this says because this goes back to the opening of the show was talking about is this or these little feuds is this just reality tv or is it a civil war in the gop but this this harvey listing serie is also about the civil war this happening on the democrat side okay because when jimmy kimmel's says oh we may jokes about bill cosby that's disingenuous bill cosby operated assuming that he was guilty assuming he was doing these things and i've talked to people who i believe who say he was did it to them you know bill cosby operated like that for decades and decades in decades and was only when he started to decline as a star that then people started to to take these complaints seriously and as for bill clinton the left almost uniformly defended him i mean this is marine dowd at the new york times the only person's hands are clean on the left because he actually did go after a but this is indicative something lease smith in the weekly standard the fact that they're going after harvey weinstein now the fact that this major major.

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"same society" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

News/Talk 710 KNUS

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

"Document all this stuff so we see it now but even more than we did in the past austin and these things are being investigated they are being dealt with and dealt with quickly and in harshly win wrongdoing has been proven so from that perspective as an nfl football fan as a conservative as a white conservative i i see these protests and i feel like i'm being blamed for something that is actually being addressed in is being fixed but no it's not good enough it's never good enough it'll never be good enough and eat talk about us wanting to come together and and be part of this same conversation be part of the same society be equal be truly equal and what i get on my side of the argument is constant were rating four having gotten their first because of my skin color or something in all for for being conservative and therefore wrong i you know i mean everything i do i am getting beat up for everything i am i'm getting beat up four by our culture by our media by our news by our universities by aarp pot news ache by every thing they are all telling me that i am wrong i'm just wrong it's not that you're wrong gives it is a disadvantage sometimes to be advantage in i i say it like this um and we have a couple clips by a gregg popovich that explains it as well but when you are as the race the leader a epa economically empower in might um that's where it can become a disadvantage because guilty by association you might not have all the power might and all of that good thing uh good stuff to chat to be able to create change but as the leader you have to take the good and bad that this that's what we teach our man if you're going to be a real man you got to take the good and bad of what happens with your family you can't just you know i don't deal with this this section of the family i'm only going to deal with washington a car in buying groceries it just doesn't work that way right so as leaders economically in in the world road as a race it is a disadvantage but you have the power in some instances like with this conversation to start creating changed and to be.

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"same society" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"same society" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Best for society in fact the fundamental goal of business to maximize assets and profits while extra n allies in clawson liabilities is often destructive to the public good as becomes particularly obvious when business owners do not live or otherwise participate in the same society and culture as their customers a small business owner can't run sewage out his door or or pay as workers below are living wage because he has two faces next door neighbour and his nextdoor neighbours kid who may want to work in his shop same is not true however for multinational corporations executives large corporations don't live in the same society as the people who work for them or who live next door to their factories as a result the legacy of unregulated big business and the concentration of wealth in the hands of the few add legacy as pollution worker exploitation cuts to workers safety and the bestowing of profits to the company's elite while cutting benefits to the companies rank and file this is the book screwed gummer rainier with you the the the situation in puerto rico is really really bad and in other there were not ever reminded of it because it happened to or you know on the watch of a republican president but about two thousand people died in hurricane katrina in large part because of the failure of appropriate response by the bush administration i'm guessing there's going to be more than that we die in puerto rico and the us version and i mean so far it's it's you know in the 30s i think uh literally thirty people which is really good and and let's hope it doesn't go up from that but were just starting to get a sense of how bad things are and now comes the news that the trump administration is saying if if you leave the island if you if you're an evacuee believed the island even on a military plane you know even if the government evacuates you you owe the government and amount of money equal to the full price of a commercial airplane ticket.

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