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"sarah good" Discussed on WTOP
"O 8. You got a precision AC tune up for only $69. Michael and son. Traffic and weather on the 8s, let's go to Steve dresner in the traffic center. Sarah good evening, we're actually in decent shape around the listening area. We had some heavier precipitation move him through a plate of what I can say is if you're traveling up the three O one corridor, let's say la playa area up to the Clinton area in the capitol Bill, do you use a bit of caution you may encounter some heavier precipitation. Also, we're finding folks backing off the speeds heading up toward elegant city through Howard county on route one O 8 29 heavier systems moving up that way one 44 in I 70s, so use a bit of caution. We're going to start off in Virginia still dealing with a broken down in fairfax on the eastbound side of 66, approaching the fairfax county Parkway block in the right lane, but no delays were in pretty good shape over on I three 95 still finding it slow, northbound, I 95. Wow, we're still jammed up leaving the area of thornburgh up through Fredericksburg, traffic thins out a bit, once you're north of Stafford county, finding a little bit of rain from the quarter of triangle up through Dale sitting, but once you're north of Dale City, it opens up over the aka Kwan straight up to the Springfield interchange southbound, you do bunch up and lure in past the yaka Quan past one 23 and when you can find off and on delays just spoke to a caller down near triangle, he says it does remain slow, but once you get to acquire harbor, south of acquire harbor, could ride all the way down to the Fredericksburg area. Crash activity and Sterling northbound 28 before Sterling boulevard only a single lane does get your bike. In Maryland, slow and print storage is counting on the beltway route one down to two 14 just volume at best no incidence to report over in Montgomery county. Steve dresner, WTO traffic Thank you, Steve, and now we go to storm team four's Steve prince of alley. And a good evening, Sarah, as we watch the storms on storm team four radar. Nothing is severe right now. I should stress
"sarah good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sarah hall's with today's top stories good morning Sarah Good morning Caroline The U.S. Federal Reserve has raised the bank's base rate by 75 basis points as it looks to rein in runaway price pressures fled sheds your own palate knowledge in the move may result in a recession He held out the distinct possibility of another jumbo three quarter percentage point increase in July Now that blockbuster fed decision comes as the Bank of England gets set to deliver a 5th straight rate hike later today investors and economists are betting the UK Central Bank will increase the base rate by a quarter point to a 13 year high of 1.25% The leaders of the EU's three biggest economies are making their first visits to Ukraine since Russia invaded at the end of February German Chancellor Olaf Schultz French president Emmanuel Macron and Italian prime minister Mario Draghi a planning to visit for talks with president Vladimir zelinsky the trip comes ahead of an expected recommendation Friday from the European Commission that Ukraine be granted candidate status to join the EU Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Sarah halls This is Bloomberg Stephen Thanks very much Sarah Well let's turn back to the European Central Bank there and emergency meeting yesterday seeking to stave off a potential resurgent sovereign debt crisis at few details though from the governing council about their plans and what exactly they might do to combat that Let's speak to Bloomberg's European correspondent Maria tadeo for more Maria was there enough for detail in that ECB statement to calm the concerns over the spreads on bond markets Look I think that when you look at the reaction and the BDP it tells you a story of this is about stabilization It really is about nothing further For the time being purely because of the lack of detail the you alluded to but nonetheless the statement makes it clear that a new tool is coming and this is a new tool that clearly is designed to calm some of the nerves particularly in the periphery I think there's still major question marks in terms of when is it going to be available I think there's a lot of expectation now that it will be fully unveiled in the European Central Bank meeting in July which by the way we're expecting that first rate hike of 25 basis points in that meeting too I think there's also questions and this is where it could get tricky It's the conditionality that will come to it So if the tool is applied what are the conditions for it And I suspect there's got to be some light conditionality attached to it Okay interesting yeah And of course whether it's going to be targeted how targeted it may be Look the fed height 75 basis points the Bank of England decision today The ECB and the bank of Japan really look like they're being left behind here don't they Is that signaling from the ECB changing I think that overall when you look at the hiking path clearly the European Central Bank looks behind I think that what they say is you have to make a distinction between not going out there straight out of the gate the first wants to light being fully behind the curve because I would signal of course of the Central Bank God the timing the forecast and everything that comes with it wrong So the European Central Bank does tend to push back on the narrative that they're behind the curve They say the U.S. economy the European economy have very different fundamentals In terms of where we go from here she really has calibrated the market so clearly and so almost vocally and explicitly that the first rate hike is due for July 25 basis points nothing more than that And then in September of course there could be a much bigger debate that goes to 50 basis points I think the market clearly believes that 25 is not going to be enough but I think for the first hike and just the initial liftoff it would be very it would be such a U turn that I'm not sure what it means for the credibility of the bank if they undo something that you almost said in stone a week ago Yeah Maria I wonder how much this emergency meeting gives us an idea as was of how things are working within the European Central Bank at the moment Are they projecting an image of being able to control what is happening in the Eurozone Yeah they clearly don't want to do it And I think it's pretty obvious now for anyone that follows the European Central Bank that you've had ten years in which the doves were in command and clearly the balance of power has shifted and is the hawks that are now running the show and who also do a very vocally you know what they say were a negative rates with inflation at times almost quadruple the target of the European Central Bank It doesn't make sense We need to go faster But I think yesterday they clearly wanted to signal there is consensus to be supportive that they take the fragmentation and the monetary policy transmission seriously But again I think it goes back to the initial point we meet This tool doesn't come cheap and it doesn't come for free So I wonder what is the conditionality they want to see in return is a faster rate hikes is that conditionality for the countries that will be supported by the tool I think that that's essentially where the debate is going Yeah absolutely And just speaking this morning sort of trying to back up all of this was the European Central Bank's vice president Luis de guindos speaking to a Greek newspaper saying that the ECB is determined to tackle fragmentation that they're going to be dated dependent though come September for any further rate rises there but talking about an interest rate rise of 25 bps for the July meeting at least according to de guindos So try to underline that the ECB will do whatever it takes that it is for flexible but also data dependent So yeah I thought that was quite some interesting fresh lines really underlining that ECB emergency meeting Okay Maria today on Brussels thank you very much for the latest on that Let's go next to natural gap Mama is treating me to breakfast Yep let me see your phone Huh Look here I download this McDonald's app because when you buy any bagel sandwich like the steak.
"sarah good" Discussed on WTOP
"Starting salaries applied today at join MCP dot com Steve dresner WTO traffic Thanks Steve And now to storm team four meteorologist Steve prince of alley And Sarah good evening to you as we watch these storms rumble through the area Remember they have prompted a flood warning already for our friends and fairfax and Prince William counties as well as the city of fairfax until one 30 in the morning just some light rain there now is the worst of the storms have pushed south and eastward Speaking of which southern prince George's county horse had a nail or getting slammed over towards lower Marlboro also into Charles county seeing an intense line of storms right now from saint la Plata bell out in over towards welcome acres as well as from the Malcolm area on the east side That stretches across the river then into Stafford county from Brooke and over towards fines corner then towards a stop to the east of Fredericksburg into king George county Near whedon and south of whedon some heavy rainfall gusty wins lots of lightning there So if you hit any flooded roadways turn around find an alternate route We say that all the time and it's so important because people die from trying to drive through flooded roads Certainly lightning is a killer as well So get inside and away from windows as these storms rumble through the area Chapters tonight will be into the 60s with some patchy fog doesn't look great for the total lunar eclipse up and coming at 1129 but a few communities could see some breaks Tomorrow another storm team four weather alert day We're talking about a partly sunny warm and humid day with some late day storms with gusty winds hail downpours even a possible tornado Low 80s the high then sunshine and pleasant weather back Tuesday highs near 80 It is 70° in ironside with some of the cooling rain and 71 in chantilly sir Thank you Steve and it is 68° in Chevy Chase outside the WTO studios brought to you by new look home design for pay for.
"sarah good" Discussed on WTOP
"And son Traffic and weather on the 8s over to Steve dresner in the WTO traffic center And Sarah good evening will start off on the capitol beltway in Maryland in Montgomery county the issues continue on the outer loop residual delays starting on the big curb all the way down and over The American legion bridge and a Virginia we've crash activity after river road near the Clara Barton Parkway long gone but as we're seeing in our traffic cameras while the delays are still there we also have one broken down on the outer loop and the area of kohlsville roadblocking the left lane Bryn storage's county the interleukin delays begin right around route one in college park coming around all the way winter south of route 50 a better ride all the way to the Woodrow Wilson bridge Still dealing with a crash in the green belt area on the northbound side of the BW park where you write your one 93 only a single right link that you buy We are now seeing delays all the way back to the area four ten 95 indecent shape between the two beltways as well as I two 70 however in the Frederick area on the westbound side of I 70 approaching route 85 where port a crash activity with at least a lane block no problems to report neither direction on route 50 we're good to go with the Chesapeake Bay bridge currently we have two lanes heading eastbound three west bam In the district traffic moving a bit slowly eastbound side of the freeway Once you get off the case bridge we are backed up a bit all the way to the third street tunnel we are finding volume delays in both directions D.C. two 95 it is slow from Burroughs avenue to Pennsylvania avenue all volume delays no incidents for a porn either direction on itune 95 Steve dresner WTO P traffic And now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore I know the winds have been really strong for the first half of our weekend tonight.
"sarah good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan Thanks Michael It's 5 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is Bloomberg daybreak and we're joined now by Sarah huh and managing director and head of Europe and America's research at standard chartered as we await the latest street on consumer price inflation coming down to the September CPI in just a couple hours Sarah good morning Thank you for being with us I think there's little question that we do have price pressure in this recovery How do you expect the September CPI to further add color to the picture we're getting Well we're going to be looking at in particular for some of the components of CPI I mean our forecast is broadly on consensus .2% month on month for core CPI staying at 4% year on year But risks are clearly on the high side If we look at some of the special factors that could influence today's report then car prices are of particular interest used car prices client sharply last month relating to hurricane damage and possible spillover impact on car rental prices could also be evident New car prices also rose in September The other upside risk that we see is rent if we look at what's been happening to rent then that's been on a monthly basis that's been higher since March and only equivalent rent as well as you put that package that together Shelter rent comprises quite a substantial amount around about a third of consumer prices altogether So these factors are some of them will be transitory Others will be more long-lasting in particular the rental aspect is something that could play catch up over the coming months So if we see a sort of pickup in September then that may flag that there's more to come in for the rest of this year We heard from the president of the Atlanta fed Raphael bostic sort of urging us to call it the T word I guess when it comes to whether inflation is transitory or persistent But where do you stand on that Where do you see price pressures going in the next several months And how persistent could transitory be Yes I mean we do broadly see these current pressures of being transitory but obviously lasting a lot longer than many people expected The issue over the coming months is that we have the latest increase in energy prices which is going to be sort of feeding through ultimately to core inflation which is what the fed is looking at in particular And so we see inflation high for fourth quarter this year and for the first quarter of next year perhaps not peaking until the first quarter of next year And then we should start to see something of a decline Now what results in this being more permanent of course is what happens to wages We've had some perhaps early signs tentative signs of wage pressures building although it's clearly wages haven't broken out of a range in recent months that they've moved to the upside of the range if we look at what's happening to underlying wages And inflation expectations are very high That could potentially be something of a toxic combination if we see an ongoing decline in the unemployment rate So full employment and high inflation expectations rising wages that then could suggest that inflation becomes embedded into a more long-lasting output spiral We have less than a minute left here Sarah Where do you see the risk of stagflation in this economy right now Future growth coming in for downgrades of late along with price pressures It is a risk of risky we associate stagflation with much much higher inflation and with recession This is a sort of term from the 1970s So we don't see that being the case But if we look at what consumers and households are saying sentiment is weak because of high prices and rather than accelerating purchases actually people are delaying purchases of big items homes because of high prices So that does put you at risk of being in a stack stationary environment where we have sort of rising cost pressures that aren't going to go away anytime soon and demand on the weak side Thanks for this Sarah Good having you on with us this morning Sarah huan is managing director at standard chartered head of Europe and America's research there as well We get the September CPI 8 30 Wall Street time We will have full coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio S&P futures right now higher by almost 11 points staff.
The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD
"We have staff writer and editor kelly cervix. She's here to talk about the future of md m a this is a controlled. Substance sometimes called ecstasy or molly that has had some success in clinical trials for ptsd alongside talk therapy. Okay kelly how you doing. I'm doing okay. How are you sarah. Good i'm good. Let's start with the recent clinical trial results of md m. a. and therapy that was tested on. Ptsd patients. how did that go. How did that work. So there were ninety people in this study who were revised to get kind of a unique course of psychotherapy. They had a series of preparatory sessions with a trained therapist and then they got three eight hour long experimental sessions where they got either. Md ama or a placebo and then they got this series of sort of integration sessions to process that experience and the results were that two months after the last experimental session the difference between the drug and the placebo groups was pretty clear. Sixty seven percent of the participants who got md may no longer met the diagnostic criteria for ptsd at that point compared with thirty two percent of those who got placebo so this is sort of the the biggest and most thorough study of its kind to really find potential benefits of this drug in ptsd. What are the effects of this drug and people. I think maybe from popular culture people might think of it as something you take in a nightclub. Yeah this has definitely a reputation of a club drug that. I think that these investigators are really trying to overcome and may have a lot of complicated mechanisms and we don't understand all of them but it's thought that many of its effects come from its ability to increase certain neuro transmitters in the brain including dopamine and serotonin and so people sometimes described euphoric experience. Sometimes a sense of openness and sort of a heightened ability for empathy and you can imagine that something that in the case of ptsd therapists might aimed to exploit if a trauma survivors facing intrusive flashbacks in israeli avoiding these disturbing memories of something that happened to them. This drug might give them sort of less. Fearful less judgmental state in which to reflect on and process. What happened to them. That's the
Texas Lifts Its State-Wide Mask Mandate, Some Businesses Disagree
"As of today. Texans are no longer required to wear a mask. In public businesses restaurants included canal. Operate at full capacity without restrictions governor greg. Abbott announced the change last week. Despite objections from public health officials sarah self walbrook of texas tech public media joins us now to talk about the change in policy. Hi sarah good morning. I just explain how bad the covert situation is in texas right now. Yes the governor's new order ins mandates that had been in place since last summer at least somewhat helped texas. Is kobe situation. Abbott insisted there are fewer people in hospitals now and more people getting vaccinated although it is worth noting that vaccinations are taking place at a much slower rate than elsewhere in the country Texans are really split on whether the mask requirement should continue many think. It's too soon to not require masks but others say that wearing masks should be a personal decision and not a matter of public policy so now that there are no state restrictions on this it becomes a local issue right so howard different cities and counties responding one example. We've seen so far. I mean austin a local public health ordinance was established. Yesterday that will still require mask. Wearing the governor's executive orders specifically prohibits cities and counties from doing that. But austin city council in health authority found a loophole that they think allows them to no word yet on how the governor or other cities and counties will respond. What about schools. How how does this change schools. The texas education agency has allowed school board to decide what works best for their districts We've seen a handful that have ruled that mass will no longer be required but most districts are keeping their current rules in place through the spring governor. Abbott made his announcement last week at a mexican restaurant in lubbock. Which is where you are heard. You checked in on how that restaurant is planning to respond to the new policy. Which you learn. I did so. Owner rudy. told me yesterday that when he agreed to host the governor last week at his restaurant montelongo does. He did not know exactly what the governor was there to announce he had expected business capacity limits to be lifted but he was just as surprised as everyone. When the governor ended the mask mandate roselle has decided not to change how he does business so he's keeping his restaurant at about fifty percent capacity and will continue to require employees and customers to wear masks. He said it's up to each individual business and each person the responsibility for their health so really. This variety of responses is exactly what the governor intended with this new order. Sara self walbrook of texas tech public media. Sarah thanks thank you
Texas governor lifts mask mandate and allows businesses to open at 100% capacity, despite health officials' warnings
"Texas Governor Greg Abbott is ending coronavirus restrictions in his state. He announced this at a restaurant in Lubbock, where he also said businesses should reopen a week from today, Quote 100%. Now this is exactly what the CDC has said not to do and these public health measures early. Sarah self Wall Brick is a senior. Order a Texas tech public media and she was there covering the announcement. Hi, Sarah. Good morning. Practically What does this mean for Texans? So governor, Abbott said that starting next week, businesses will be able to open it. Full capacity and mass will no longer be required. He says he wants businesses and other entities to make those decisions. So, for example, supermarket chain H E B has already announced that they won't require customers to wear masks in their stores. So Abbott says, people should still do. It protects them. Right eye's rescinding the statewide mandate. So here's what he had to say yesterday. Personal vigilance to follow the safe standards is still needed to contain covet. It's just that now, state mandates are no longer needed. But did he explain why now? Dad, is it just that things are looking up across Texas at least when it comes to co vid hospitalizations air down even in regions like Laredo, and I'll Passo that have seen the worst of it. Vaccinations have gotten off to a really slow start here. Texas is obviously a big populous state, but less than 7% of the population is fully vaccinated right now, which is one of the lowest percentage is in the country. So you have mixed news case is going down, but vaccinations going slowly. How are people reacting to abbots announcement? It's definitely been mixed. So based on what I've seen on social media, I think a lot of people see this is a political move, especially after the fall out of the winter storm that thousands of Texans are still dealing with. I talked with a few lobby guides after the announcement yesterday because the mask me a date wasn't well enforced anyway. Dr. Craig Ryan with Covenant Health says We're sending the mask order may not do much. And he hopes that common sense prevails. I think that the people that have grown accustomed to wearing a mask and have gotten a sense of safety and security from wearing a mask will probably continue to do exactly that. Chris Bury owns a local restaurant is president of the Loving Restaurant Association. He hopes at its announcement will lead to higher consumer confidence. If everyone feels more comfortable and getting out and going out to eat and getting back to the quote unquote normal life, that's what we're looking forward to, and that's what we anticipated. Okay, That's how many businesses I would imagine might feel, But I'm curious about medical workers. The people who work on the front lines. Did you talk to any of them? I had. So I heard from one woman in particular. Christie Ginza, Who's a nurse practitioner who's been volunteering at Love Eggs, covert vaccination hub. Have a hard time believing the governor is taking advice from medical experts. He's put in labs and our economy at risk yet
"sarah good" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Can learn from it. Ability to distances in the classroom. And I think most importantly, being able to work with public health regarding contact tracing of cases just so that school districts and schools are able to see if in their particular studying if there is bread going on from that level study focused on students and staff at 17 different schools. Alex GROW. WTMJ News. Wisconsin's mass mandates still in place after the State Assembly backed off a vote to overturn the emergency health order earlier this week, But Jeff Mayors Resident of with politics dot com tells WTMJ Assembly Republicans are planning a new vote sometime soon are quite sure where they're going to take it up. It could be next week, but they wanted to make sure you know about the wooden Have any unintended consequences. The vote was called off earlier this week after it was revealed Wisconsin Kalou's $50 million in federal food assistance without an emergency health order in place whether or not U. S Senator Ron Johnson decides to seek a third term in the Senate. Marquette University professor Charles Franklin tells TMJ four news. Don't expect recent success by Democrats. Guarantee a win for them in 2022 expect we'll see yet Another tough raised and the national stakes are high, whether Johnson runs or not, so this will be a very important race for the National Party. As well as here in the state Politics so far out of game. A county executive Tom Nelson, has declared his candidacy for Democrats. Others possibly considering our lieutenant governor Mandela, Barnes, State Treasurer Sarah Good Lusky and Buck's executive, Alex last three in Milwaukee Woman in serious but stable condition this afternoon after being shot while inside of a vehicle early this morning. Happened just before three at the intersection of Hampton and fondle Lack Avenue. Milwaukee police say the 32 year old woman was a passenger in a car that was stopped at a stoplight when shots rang out, and she was hit so far. No arrests have been made. Sports traffic and weather are next, Citing unlimited WTMJ news time for all three.
"sarah good" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Oh, viruses mutate. But most of you mutations don't lead to any changes in characteristics of the virus. But certain key mutations that we've been keeping our eye on. Ken lied to Increased transmission potentially increase death, and that's what we're seeing with some of these various joining us now is Sarah saying staff writer at the Atlantic. Thanks for joining us, Sarah Good to talk to you. We're all you know, hoping that these vaccines get distributed fast, and they're very effective. I know we've seen some stumbling blocks already. But there's a lot of talk about these corona virus variants that are popping up. We have three main variants right now, one coming out of the UK, South Africa and Brazil, and there's a pattern kind of coming out around them. So you wrote an article kind of exploring some of this. Tell us a little bit more about what we're seeing with these variants. Yeah, these variants have some of the same mutations and you know that in itself is not necessarily concerning the virus has been beating this whole time since it's been in humans, and you can't just expect that given sighting of people, you'll say mutations will show over and over again. It's what's really unusual is that these three variants All seem to be becoming more common, so it's possible that might be a bit more transmissible in the case of the South Africa. Brazil variance, maybe being might road previous immunity like if you had the virus before pretty, like previous version, the virus before this new version, maybe a little bit better of eating. That means system. I would say it's this is like not a reason to freak out by the vaccines. Right now. There's no evidence to say that the card vaccines are going to be totally ineffective. But it's something that vaccine maker should watch. And they should probably think about dating vaccines at some point. You talk about how often these mutations happen. We usually get something like two mutations per month. But these latest three variants have had, you know, a ton of new mutations happen all in a very short little bit of time. Away. Some scientists have described it. If you think of like all these viruses, as like, you know, in like a tree of how they're all related. These three variants there on very, very long branches. They're quite different from the other viruses that the most related to so that's the just that something maybe not typical is going on and how quickly we're getting their mutations. So one hypothesis is that it's possible they arise in a long term or chronic infection. Someone who's immuno compromised. So what this means is that you know normally, if you get the virus, your immune system, what kind of clear within two weeks. But if you have a weakened immune system, maybe you're living with his various for several months over that time, your immune system like you know, that's a name, you know, compromise person. That's kind of almost like a training ground for having the virus bill, but better at dealing with the human name system. So it's possible that these cases he's like, probably pretty rare cases my end of have a pretty big impact on the trajectory of pandemic. There are some commonalities to these three variants that we have right now and a lot of it with everything with Corona virus that has to do with that spike protein and this mutation. They call it in 501. Why, and it could make that spike protein stickier, which lets it get into sells a lot easier. So this particular mutation is on a part of B spike protein. That kind of comes directly in contact with yourself when I was trying to enter ourselves. So that tells us that this is a pretty pretty important part of the protein. We know Spike is a brilliant part protein on the corner virus, and it's on thing tip that is really important for have enter self so that kind of gives us some idea that Maybe impacting how easy it is for this virus is stick on to whistle. You might think of it as Maybe in a normal case, like, you know, it's kind of like a loose fit onto the cell, and this is like a slightly tighter fit in Brazil. We're seeing people get maybe not necessary reinfected, but cases rise and places that already had a huge number of coronavirus cases. That's kind of an interesting one. And that's why it leads people to believe that these things are more transmissible These new variants. We don't have enough data yet to say that this new particular strain is causing the second outbreak. But it is kind of unusual situation where as you say, the region in Brazil the had a huge outbreak already last year, so you would think even if it's not her immunity. It has like some substantial portion. Maybe 30 40 50% of the population has already been infected yet it's seeing another huge surge right now. So you know, there are a couple of reasons I could be helping right one maybe is just fewer people actually got sick in the first wave than we thought. Another reason could be that maybe immunity to this virus, even without limitations does start to wane a little bit after several months. A third possibility is that maybe this variant is just a little bit more transmissible. So even though you have a little bit of union up, there is just so much more transmissible that You're still seeing it. This huge wave. The fourth is the possibility that these particular mutations in this variant, maybe helping the virus escape a little bit of that previous immunity. I want to be clear that this doesn't mean that the second infection is going to be as bad as the first infection. It's very likely that the second infection, maybe ease into medic, or you might be a lot less stick the second time and just because immunity is not like all or nothing things. It's just better to think of it as like kind of aggregation, So any time you've had some sort of beauty, it's going to be a little bit protective. You know, it's no 100% protective. The thing is like when you're talking about, you know, kind of thousands of people, Lance people at scale, even like a slight advantage for the virus. If it's just a little bit better be infecting people. We're going to start seeing it become more common. So hopefully over the next few weeks, we'll get a little bit more data on exactly what the reason for the second search. Maybe Sarah's saying staff writer at the Atlantic Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, thank you for having me again..
How To Love Your Body
"Hello. Welcome to Diet Starts Tomorrow on Alien I'm Sammy and this week we are so so so it deserves three so's to share the all are amazing guests we have Sarah Nicole Landry also known by all of you as the birds Papaya on instagram maybe you're one of her one point seven, million instagram followers or you know her from her famous post about self love and body positivity will come Sarah. No well. Thank you so much for joining us coming on this podcast I mean we have been talking extensively about the process of loving our bodies like the few of us have been. We recently leaving diet culture at recently like of the last year I would say, yeah, and so the whole except we talk all the time same and. Yet text twenty, four seven were always talking about like how loving and accepting your body is is almost the case the key. Wild. It's. So it's one of the only things that we actively like I don't I don't mean to compare it actively too many other forms of addiction. But when we're in this form of recovery from Dia Culture dieting or even if you were as both ledges like eating recovery from disordered eating, you have to exist with food every day you have to exist with this advertising every single day these bystanders every single. Day It is like eight doesn't just like all of a sudden you wake up and you're okay with it I think you just constantly learning the tools as you go I still feel so new and honestly when you say you're a year into kind of like unpacking this stuff I'm like still within the last three years now pregnant. So it's like as soon as I was like, Hey, I've got it. It's like Now you will be all the way walk in your body will change and you can't exercise anymore everything's going to be. You're going to have to eat mashed potatoes look for three meals a day. Everything Kinda the second. You feel you've got it stopped Kinda comes back at you. So it is such an interesting conversation. Why don't think should ever truly go away because we are unpacking and and kind of. Like retroactively saturating market that has been so prevalent in all of our lives and in the history of women and men and everybody for years and years and years. Yeah and even on top of the food that we're constantly faced with you know the three meals a day that were just generally used to having when you I think the other piece of it that that is so unspoken because it's just like a a given are the images of images that essentially suggest been equals better and there are many ways that were sent that message through images but I Since this has been a major piece of work for me I've noticed I've just become a lot more in tune with like how different images of food or bodies are are affecting me and my you know I noticed that when I see you know like One of those images that is sort of like projecting the idea of thin being goal. I immediately, like I go back to, Oh, I have to look like that and it's and it's crazy because like I never even like occurred to me that that was driving so much of my by decision making goals. Yeah, and how can it not I mean it so deeply embedded. So for a lot of us we we think we're just existing in surface level life and thoughts, and then all of a sudden it'll be one thing and it brings you back like so far like to to to this point how To this point. Extinct about the first time. Somebody ever made a comment about your body that hurt your feelings in a way that like stayed with you I can remember and I thought about this a lot I was in grade and I just come home from a family vacation and on this occasion I buy New Velvet Corduroy Light Purple Pants, and I had a velvet. crushed. Crushed velvet crop top daisy shirt a similar color was this matching sack. They were flares I loved. It was so exciting for me and I showed up to school this day and this one came up to me and he goes oh Sarah good to see her back from vacation looks like you enjoyed enough burgers on it though a like kind of like pointed out my stomach. This is the thing that was like over twenty years ago it was twenty three years now and I still remember what I was wearing where I was standing what was happening. So we have these instances were almost embeds our in our brain like a trauma. So even when we see these images when we talk about triggering a lot in the mental health leg languages, WTI can trigger a diet culture so much. To you and your brought back to those comments, rob back to that time to that one person to that one instance to that one change room were canceled and get up the same way that they used to. It just brings you back into that seem you know fears and fat phobia over and over and over again? So it's it's a constant learning of what we have been subtly been our entire
"sarah good" Discussed on WTOP
"Cleaning for only $99. Traffic and weather on the AIDS. Let's go to Steve Dresner in the W T o P traffic Center, Sarah Good evening. We're going to start off in Maryland on the South bound side of the B W Parkway is still dealing my grandson activity right before a route. 32 had slows down single right linkage by but the delays continue all the way down a 1 97 north bound not much better. It is slow beginning at the 50 split heading north past the Beltway in 1 93. There is no letting up. Until you're well past 1 97 on that north bound side of the B W Parkway, good ride in both directions and 95 between the two beltways. Now much do went on to 70, a rude 50 at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, two lanes heading. He's found three westbound. No incidents to report on the capital Beltway in Maryland in neither Montgomery County or in Prince George's County. In the district. A better ride on the North Bounce out of D C. Tu 95 just minor delays between Pennsylvania Avenue extending north upto burgers have mute buying delays at best to no problems. Report on I 2 95 are on the Southeast Southwest Freeway over in Virginia traffic moving much better on this south bound sound in 95, basically no delays over the Kwan. North bound. Good right, leaving the Fredericksburg area up to the Springfield Interchange. Traffic moving well on the Beltway in Virginia. No issues on 3 95 or on I 66 W T O be Reporters air driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mom shop fits first and save money. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's Fitz way, Steve Dresner. W T o p. Traffic. Thank you, Steve. And now we go to storm Team four. Meteorologist Samara, Theodore. Overnight lows headed to the low sixties. Mostly cloudy chances for fog are gonna be.
Planned Parenthood Improperly Claimed $80 Million in Coronavirus-Relief Loans
"Morning which organizations should get money from the federal government's coronavirus relief programs like many Planned Parenthood chapters around this country received funds from the paycheck protection program several Republican senators now want Planned Parenthood to return the money NPR national correspondent Jeremy cameras on the story Sarah good morning good morning Steve what did the Planned Parenthood chapters receive exactly so what we're talking about is the federal loan program under what's known as the cares act the one meant to keep small business workers on the payroll during this crisis so small businesses and small nonprofits with fewer than five hundred employees can apply for forgivable loans and it's important to note that while Planned Parenthood federation of America is a big national organization the national groups as they did not apply for these funds instead it's the local Planned Parenthood organizations that operate clinics around the country that received the money I talked with Stephanie frame the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of southwest and central Florida she says they got a little over two million dollars mostly to cover employee paychecks economic uncertainty at that moment was profound and the two weeks while we waited for this loan we spent having some very tough conversations about what we do we didn't get a strong so it's not clear how much Planned Parenthood or its affiliated groups have applied for or received nation wide fox news has reported and some Republican senators have repeated a figure of eighty million dollars combined nationally but the small business administration which administrates these loans would only say that the agency doesn't comment on individual borrowers okay but in any case the money was loaned to these Planned Parenthood chapters loans that they may not have to pay back if they keep people on the payroll like a lot of other businesses and non profits but this particular nonprofit does work that some Republican lawmakers are ideologically opposed to what they say right a Florida senator Marco Rubio who's chairman of the Senate small business committee says that Planned Parenthood isn't eligible for these funds under the program's rules he wants the money returned immediately he wants the SBA the small business administration to investigate why and how Planned Parenthood got the money and I talked with Republican senator James Lankford of Oklahoma who's also objected to this he also wants Planned Parenthood to send the money back that's what the Los Angeles Lakers are done that's what check check is done that's where risk Chris is done so other organizations arms exposed that they should not taken the money have returned the money so that would be the reasonable thing for them to be able to beat and Lankford says because Planned Parenthood affiliates nationwide have many more than five hundred employees combined they don't qualify so Steve there's some dispute about how to interpret these rules but let's not forget there is a big political element to this I mean currently it is illegal in most cases for federal funds to pay for abortion but there is a long standing political debate about any federal funds going to Planned Parenthood because of what it has come to represent about the national debate around abortion and of course Planned Parenthood has argued they do a whole lot more than that perform abortions how is Planned Parenthood responding to the specific criticism here well they say they haven't received word from the SBA small business administration about this they only know what Republican senators are saying and what's been reported by fox which says that the SBA has sent a letter to Planned Parenthood affiliates informing them that they're not eligible for this money and instructing them to return it but again SBA isn't commenting on this are you able to figure out what the rules actually say and how they actually apply to this particular organization it's hard to say for sure Steve I talked to a few lawyers about this and I'm hearing that there is just a lot of confusion Republican senators insists Planned Parenthood doesn't qualify under the rules Planned Parenthood says each local affiliate looked at the program decided whether to apply for this paycheck support but a lot of lawyers say the rules are unclear and they've been
"sarah good" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Wild stories the next day in the meeting house where she accused Sarah good and Sarah Osbourne of being in league with the devil it certainly explains her eagerness to please the paints elaborate pictures full of rich powerful detail he had asked for her cooperation at the end of a painful switch entity but clearly delivered I think it's safe to say that we can look back today on the interrogation and see the man essentially leading the witness or said did you experience anything odd the other day they ask questions out of the blue like was there a book and why did you sign it did you buy a female human slave the lowest of the low in their society was already in jail so she would have done anything or said anything to prevent execution any of us would have and you can see them guide her answers over time first she never saw the book and then the tall man showed it to her that evolved into holding it and reading it wasn't that she was slowly remembering more and more detail it's that she was paying attention listening to Hawthorne core when his if her life depended on it and giving them the answers they were looking for Emerson Baker one of our guests historians throughout this season about obscured discusses this in his book a storm of witchcraft one wonders he wrote what would have happened had perished in the judge's not coerced to to buy into confessing the Salem witchcraft outbreak might conceivably have been limited to three people a typical case of no particular notes and certainly not a pivotal moment in American history but that's not what they did instead they approached a.
"sarah good" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"While I have no idea how she made this next leap in logic she told her uncle that the wall served one which in particular they're a good the grumpy beggar who went door to door for handouts later that day she claimed that another woman Sarah Osborne was also tormenting her elsewhere in Salem village another family was encountering their own problems Thomas Putnam junior was a veteran of the war is on the main frontier so he had seen a lot of evil in his life it was also most likely one of the friends who witnessed Betty Ann Abigail's new symptoms on Friday and in the middle of all of that at the same time Elizabeth Hubbard was seen demonic walls how Mrs twelve year old daughter Anne began to convulsed and ride on the floor storm blasted Salem next Sunday penny most people down inside their homes when it lifted on Monday morning now Thomas and three other local men made their journey to Salem town where they requested to speak with the local magistrates there John Hawthorne and Jonathan Corwin they told the magistrates about the events of the past two months of two two by and Sarah good and Sarah Osbourne told them about the spear that was creeping into the village and that was enough for Corwin in Hawthorne they called two constables to assist them and drafted the arrest warrants for the accused witches before setting an examination time toward the very next day they were hoping to stop the evil before it spread to contain it and remove it from the village but they started something else entirely something that would leave a mark on history that we can still see.
"sarah good" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"A combination of depression Being intense intense the glass for a long time combination of the the intensity and long lasting people with experience symptons for at least two years at about one point five percent of American adults experienced experienced asya each year. Sounds like a motherfucker What even is depression really? I think most of us have a vague sense. It's a feeling of sadness. Let's find it a bit more properly releases were here Depression is often characterized by loss of interest or pleasure. General Sadness feelings of guilt or low self worth difficulty fallen asleep eating pattern changes exhaustion and a lack of concentration and depression is simply the result of imbalanced brain chemicals. It's not just a lack of enough serotonin on an as is often depicted So you can always take some pills to make it go away rather several forces such a genetics life events medical problems and medications can combine to bring on this illness in its most severe form. Depression lead to suicidal thoughts and were suicidal actions. The most effective treatments for depression is cognitive behavioral therapy or psychotherapy and in some cases. Also taking antidepressant medication the least effective treatment for depression that I am aware of is getting repeatedly kicked in the Dick and or Pussy. Walter Person Kicking you yells sex for the baby sat for the savvy. I'm guessing now. Did I say that I'm not a licensed therapist earlier. I feel like I should point out that. I'm not a licensed therapist. Another form of depression is experiencing a MD or major depressive disorder characterized by feelings feelings of extreme sadness or hopelessness that lasts for at least two weeks. This condition is also known as clinical depression people with MD may become so upset about their lives that they think about or try to commit suicide about seven percent of Americans experience at least one major depressive episode each year now. Let's talk about another very common form of mental illness anxiety. It is not uncommon for a person experiencing depression to also have anxiety and vice versa. Tricky because anxiety can be normal and often healthy emotion however when a person regularly feels disproportionate levels of anxiety. They can cross over into becoming a medical disorder. Like if you're feeling really anxious because your spouse is going through your phone and you've been texting with someone you're having an affair with. Yeah you're supposed to feel anxious in that situation not feeling anxiety in that situation to speak to mental illness. You like. You might truly be a sociopath feeling super anxious to go outside. Because you're worried you might run into someone you know and they might say hi to you and you're afraid you won't say hi back the right way so he decided to stay locked in your house. Well now are probably talking about mental illness. Anxiety disorder that affects forty million adults in the US or eighteen point one percent of the population every year to varying degrees. It develops Dell's from variety of factors including genetics brain. Chemistry and life events wallet is a highly treatable illness. Only thirty six point nine percent of those who live with anxiety actually seek got an access treatments and this may sound really stupid but I do wonder if a lot of people who suffer from anxiety. Don't get treatment because the thought of getting treatment ironically makes them feel very anxious doesn't that suck anxiety disorders former category of mental health diagnosis or diagnoses that lead to excessive nervousness. Fear apprehension worry common coming Zaidi disorder is Gad. GED generalized anxiety Disorder Gad goes beyond regular everyday anxiety like being nervous before presentation caused the person to become extremely worried about many things. Even there's little to no reason to worry about like the example I made a moment ago those with Gad may feel very nervous about just getting through the day they may think things just aren't gonNA work out in their favor sometimes worrying can keep people with Gad from accomplishing basic tasks and chores. Like going outside to get the mail because you word you might run into someone you don't know right. The whole thing is laid out in about three percent of Americans every year another common anxiety disorder social anxiety disorder also very prevalent social anxiety disorder sometimes called social phobia is defined by an extreme fear of social situations. People with this disorder may become very nervous about being judged by other people people who are Mesh Tank tops and Capri cargo pants and white tube socks with black crocs. Nice restaurants are much more likely to suffer from this disorder disorder since people are definitely judging the shit out of them but seriously this disorder can make it hard to meet new people attend social gatherings at approximately fifteen million adults in the US S. loan experienced social anxiety each year. Another common mental illness is bipolar affective disorder. Someone who has bipolar affective disorder will experience both mannequin in depressive episodes. Sometimes book ended sometimes featuring moments of normal or stabilize mood and this illness impacts approximately sixty million people to varying degrees worldwide. No idea was that common a chronic form of mental illness that affects about two point. Six percent of Americans each year Mariah Carey Mel Gibson Demi Levato Russell so brand. Brian Wilson the Beach Boys Ernest Hemingway Turner Broadcasting and CNN founder. Ted Turner Cast Jones Frank Sinatra just a few of the many famous people who suffer or have suffered from bipolar affective disorder manic episodes can feed your elevated or irritable mood hyperactivity inflated self esteem and a lack a`desire to sleep depressive episodes are often characterized by feelings of extreme sadness hopelessness little energy in trouble sleeping and while the cause of bipolar is not entirely known mixture of genetic neuro chemical and environmental factors play a role in progression in the progression of the illness. which can't be treated usually very successfully through medication and counseling? It's very important to seek treatment if you have bipolar disorder due to a dramatically increased risk of suicide study from Denmark spanning four decades. Eight percent the mill bipolar patients and five percent of the female patients eventually died via suicide compared to point seven percent of the men and only point three percent percent of women in the general population as a huge difference. Another common and brutal form. Mental Illnesses Schizophrenia Schizophrenia. Impacts roughly twenty three million people worldwide worldwide characterized by distortions in thinking perceptions emotions sense of self and behavior. Those who these illnesses can experience hallucinations and delusions. geons starting in late adolescence or early adulthood making it difficult for people to to work study or interact socially. Yeah I bet hard to focus the final if you Here voice telling you that Hitler is still alive and hiding your socio sociology professor and the only way to expose him as to fill your backpack with one hundred beanie babies that open their eyes and become alive. The second closes ever not having control of your own thoughts hearing a voice inside your head to truly feels foreign how terrifying dementia dementia is another all too common frightening mental illness. Dementia is generally chronic or progressive in nature and entails a deterioration of cognitive function beyond normal aging impacted about fifty million people across the globe from memory orientation thinking to comprehend calculation language. The decline in cognitive function auction is generally met with degrading emotional and social control emotional and social control. A dementia is caused by a variety of disease. Impact the brain. There's currently no cure available but there are treatments designed to ease the suffering confusion of the suffer another well-known disorder that affects millions of Americans in millions more across the globe is is OCD. which is not obsession? Todd candies dancing. No it's obsessive compulsive disorder. OCD causes constant and repetitive thoughts. Obsessions the assaults happened. with unnecessary and unreasonable desires to carry out. Certain behaviors are compulsions many people with. OCD realized that their thoughts and actions are unreasonable reasonable yet they cannot stop them. More than two percent of Americans are diagnosed with OCD at some point lifetime and I looked over some OCD case studies. Online and I know finding some of them hilarious may mean that I am mentally ill but I did laugh at this one. Ms X.. Is a twenty one year old undergraduate studying accountancy who has been distressed for the past few weeks leaks by some disturbing dots. She thought of slapping her friends for no reason when they studied together and also has mental images of them indulging in sexual acts she finds these. He's thoughts and images to be repulsive and disturbing but they continued to be intrusive and difficult to resist. She's even more distressed when she goes for regular prayers she will have sudden impulses to blaspheme the name of God. She is afraid that she might lose control. One day and shout blasphemies I just keep picturing this poor young lady talking to her therapist and what recurring thoughts do you have. When you're studying with your friend Sarah? Nothing nothing nothing nothing. It's Okay Sarah. You're in a safe space. What what do you think about? When you're studying with Rachel and Janelle our slammed stupid bitches almost without their faces? Good Sarah Good. This is good to talk about about. And what else do you want to do to Rachel. Gino I WANNA I WANNA slap those bridges nature pussies. Forgive.
Minnesotans in the mix at UN climate summit in Madrid
"MINNESOTANS in the mix at the international climate summit in Madrid. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Paul Kutner with climate cats. The world's latest COP twenty five climate summit wraps up in Madrid this week. What's the specific focus of this latest climate summit? Sarah Sarah Good. Speed is the youth and policy manager at Minnesota's climate generation. She attended the meetings and joins me via skype from Madrid this week. Hi Sarah how. Aw what are the key. Areas of focus and negotiations at this particular meeting. Well there are a lot of different working groups trying to work out. It's a rule book on the parents agreements so this includes how countries will be counting their emissions reductions. What kinds of projects counts? And what kind of regulations. Those projects need to fall under in order to safeguard communities and to effectively reduce emissions rather than just counting counting projects. That folks we already doing or double-counting those projects then negotiators are sent in to amplify their own countries perspectives. I want you to listen to this comment from Executive Secretary for UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa. And get your reaction on the other side each year the call. We're told that the window of opportunity could close soon ministers. They window of opportunity. Is this closing now Sarah. We know that climate scientists are conveying. The sense of urgency is that getting through to policymakers in Madrid. I would agree with the sentiments of Patricia. The NOSSA WE are hearing that from all sides youth are calling for indigenous. People have been calling for it and that's really not translating into the action that we need you know we've for years been talking about the potential for things like sea level rise and forced I migration were actually seeing that already begin to happen in certain parts of the world and right here in the United States. What's the discussion about forced migration due to the already early impacts of climate change forest migration is actually one of the themes that climate generation is looking into this year ear? As we're here at COP I've been in a number of discussions both with frontline communities we're experiencing migration or who are facing displacement from their homelands homelands as well as with countries were trying to prepare to receive migrants and so there is a lot of discussion around looking for different ways that we can model solutions in. It's not necessarily translating again into formal commitments by countries to support those solutions yet. And what have you found most interesting cop twenty five so far I have been very powerfully struck by the representation of youth and indigenous voices. They've been incredibly powerful voices and I hope that our negotiators across different countries are really starting and to hear them and stand behind them as they create these new policies. Sir We talk on climate cast and we know people can all make personal changes to reduce our carbon urban footprints but how important are the bigger structural changes. There's no amount of personal action that can equal the systemic structural changes changes that we really need to achieve our goals. We are here in Madrid and advocating for those larger structural changes that make it possible for for individuals to make the right choices and for all of our infrastructure to reflect the green feature that we really need Syra goodspeed. Youth and policy manager here at climate generation. Thanks for joining me from Madrid on skype on climate casted. Thank you Paul. That's climate cast. NPR chief meteorologist call
Help I'm Surrounded By Naked Posh Boys
"I'm more deal deal your more dire yes in my all my God we we have a producer on his feet here he's just shelter power was shot so ben is back from his holiday on his own shut so foul of his CIA and yeah the good one that's one of the best ones shall we have already started a a needs to stop all this I don't Santita them Tom Yes please I had been kicking around for smells like just monitor that been that's an I think that's on the turn anyway two just depending on punching smells like a pro sandwich sandwiches so I think one right who we tasting today to tell us to bonfire night phone finite finite finite it's fine I mean I prefer it to Halloween Halloween is Halloween has celtic origins is predominantly the American T. fast whereas at least bonfire night is a bit of historical clout to it because of the boom fine this time of year is a young challenge the best isn't it CALC- phone plays it was very important test for my mother because the the local council have agreed to build four hundred and fifty houses in the fields opposite talk family house and everybody said Oh the bloody who oh I feel for the about every been knocking on every door around yours get petitions going on yes him over that with a white long gloves darling Washington Cold Sarah Good Sarah from thirty two and so Sarah from I love that that you think we live in a house that has a number oh well she cows go oh yeah just give out the address darling it's just Hanson manner I can and do the best Williams Darling and Saturday from hunts and monitor I'm so sorry to knock on your door like common but I've I've heard that building four hundred yes stalling four hundred and fifty houses across the field from US would you like to sign my petition and please Dahlan can have a stiff if one I need a drink it's only August ten right so let's move on j James Williams President listened to the podcast I'm sorry I'm jokin actually caught wait to meet you wound up meeting team and I can't believe I've known that you moment that what does that says a lot about our friendship you keep me hidden away I'm like a secret boyfriend audio moving even know about me so if you want to help with something you can take y you can send your towns of trepidation to help my don't come rude you you can send out I can't believe they do know view do they I've never met them I don't right now on the edges I just worry what you'll say yeah but don't let what you say on might yeah but don't forget like when when we do the podcast I play update wind you all the time like you really don't really are like this in fact this is a sanitized tossed as I went to tell you I went to a little bit longer than what Williams like where have you been sorry I dropped the kids off also and you'll say that to my parents because you'll think hilarious and that you see you find it funny Sara sorry I just dropped kids off in downstairs downstairs Lou they don't tell you about two piston not trump darling come to notice darling trump trump darling get your mother never drank it's ten o'clock in the morning darling I WanNa meet my they love you because you brought them to show I talked about y'all tax darling it's so nice to meet you Jordan tally me whereabouts in the country are you from darling okay how's your week pinch has been really good actually I've been back home back home that's nice he's just a really good time your parents have moved yeah like you know just check the handgun yeah got stuff to do okay okay good didn't you get recognized on the train when you come back up North Oh yeah is in a peculiar way I'm GonNa say well it would have to be peculiar recognized you yeah it was really because I also think with with radio presenters when you recognize radio presenters mean I would say probably two thirds of the people that listen to you don't know what you line thank because radio yeah you have to actually have gone onto the website or follows you on a social media platform to no you look like and that third is automatically clean wit so for us to be recognized you all being recognized generally by Weirdos some of us that do t television it's relevant feel like we've changed as a sous he's got on always talk about Al how great career anymore officer this anyway but yes you got nine right first of all it's very what you said and when people see me for the first time they say they expect me to look like Ashley from Konate History got from this England fat really skinny and Ginger it was really weird so on the train speaking this lovely go and when you say go what she was sixteen sorry a lovely lady called Hannah she was titled Lady She's Lady Offer Oh I if I was next to a woman on the pitching train who had a dog with a call the dog the dog was called Noman is he sir Norman Norman Norman the dog she's actually a lovely lady she really nice and we were just chatting away about less than our intelligence I was reading reading my book and she was ready Tonight Volk and she said Oh you're at just look after Norman I said yeah sure and I looked hope on this pogo she'd gone a shade of white she was Paler than you you want to talk she looked like a ghost and I've seen it goes before a gay ghost ghost like k. and she she was shade of uh-huh set your eyes feel really sick and she can't travel quits but it was really busy we facing backwards well why did she sit there because there's Nova seats it's available okay so I had I went to shop and bought a bottle of water and it got some very kind of you got some keep the receipt bloody two pound hound up those balls of war and and you know those paper bikes they wanted you to six six hundred pounds overdrawn all those paper bags that they put you yes in the shop so it's not that and she started being in sick no given the wall and I should be sick she was like Avon's watching and I was like your eye she turns me mouth went oh my God he's your baby Oh yeah that's me yes you do lou itself as I after you've been sake yeah but it's not the first time I've been recognized that waist really yeah just before on weird look weird just before started working on said radio station England then how can how can I explain why I know this story I think you're about to say I had to go for a routine checkup a routine gene check hope and this specialist right east straight out Younis is not much older than me and I got that will make you could smalto he could tell you a nervous fellow bill so I'm talking to him I don't like making the most awkward small talk about the weather about the cycling in all this kind of thing that he says right in its papillon occur and I'm gonNA give you a prostate exam I said yeah that's fine totally fine he said just get you down to your knees and putting as t- chest I am that Canadian behind in the global literally like a fulfilled in this league and he's finger we still talk about impeaching cycling in the weekend all would smalto opens boom shake soon as he sticks his finger up it goes I agent radio at the weekend I went the joke an air lock down that these days I capability he's having a full on chat with me about radio one career while he's fingering me ours so what does the girl on the train it's the BBC and if you do guys have any problems get yourself checked out I was at the doctors over the summer and everything was fine it was I remember I was there and I I thought I was being recognized derived checked in went to the to the Lou and came out in this young ish guy came up to me uh-huh and when excuse me you will and I only here we go properly poku snow like one of ours and puff chess down yes yeah you've been cold because how dare he can try my name did I tell tell you what else told about me when is it not rocket fan dot com with my face on the bag yes basically at a car was examined local the name on the side of the car and it was in the gym anatomy I'd phones in this gill short do you work for them off off the I'm sweating me now you've left you break because rolling down literally finish Mr Foe Watson yourself you all have you ever had prostate takes them not sufficiently speaking of doctors and is it ever okay 'cause I do this all the time and way moves is that what okay to rip the pages of my no is out without permission mission of the of the receptionist thing I always say stuff magazine's knitting patterns I'm starting to mood board Oh I'm buying a house in the New Year are oh you why have you and I'm I'm talking about this later I'm starting a mood board for like I did some some medical and my interior on a sofa magazines ripped out a written out really loud noise and everybody waiting room we're looking the council Christmas with that I was going what was was the page it really inspiring a cellphone off from DFS the fabric leather fabric it was my skin like scandi style right yeah this woman Game Eagles giving me looks like a lot well so we all thanks thanks Linda Balka so anyway how how's your week been it's all about me Joe Weeping yes fine I guess what I went and so for the fourteenth time we've just been told you don't need to keep this bit long so he's going to be guess what I saw for the fourth time Mary pissing poppins Yes yes I am I was having a very bad day last week and I wasn't planning to see it and I was in town and walk past the print side with hr and I walked into space you happen to have any Stacy's returns and they said no but come back in a few hours we might do so I did and and and they did they had one so I bought it it's cheap and not telling you so not any and it it was it was in the stools let's put it that way and that's you know the Labor bitch about the seat I mean there could but it was pretty good and I found myself sitting next to Mary poppins mother this was the mother of the actress playing Mary poppins when I saw it the week before on its opening I have noticed that Mary during two scenes drinks tea from a teacup and had been holding a teacup with little finger extended which we don't do is we Do because as I think I have explained on this podcast before can you remember it's because they used to do it in the fridge olden days what was it the Court of Louis Fourteen fifteen sixteen and it meant that you had the club if you get drunk you take a little pinky oh P- yeah it was a code for saying I've got the KLOPP up you've got the club yeah we can have into 'cause well yeah you it was not polite to sleep someone without letting them know that you had syphilis so you put your little finger out when drinking tea at court of an evening the other school of thought because that particular strain of syphilis was so strong at the time it made your joints stiffen up so you physically couldn't wrap your fingers round so either way gets it's syphilis related so I was having chat with easy Stalin's mother and during the interval and we were chatting about one or two things and she said Oh some of the costs went shore if they they should be saying mammal mom and I said Oh 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"sarah good" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Against the cold and then walked off into the night down the road. After a few minutes of brisk silent walking both of them and claimed they heard a noise ahead of them down the road it wasn't this sound. They could identify and kept repeating itself over and over. But they needed to get home. So they pressed. That's it mean it was easy though. Soon dark shape began to materialize in the darkness ahead, slowed, their pace believing, there was some sort of animal hunched over beside, the road, a moment later that shape exploded upward, and as it did it unraveled into the forms of three people women if the men had to guests vanished almost as quickly as they had appeared as they did both men were certain. They recognized all three of them. Sarah, good, Sarah Osborne, and Ticha. Sarah good. However, was miles away in switch jail along with her baby. Actually, that jail was the barn belonging to her relative Joseph Herrick, and his brother Zachariah, and there was a bit of irony in her new situation. Remember Sarah and William good. We're doing so well by naturally, they lost all of their land and had no way to provide for themselves. Life was hard for them to say the least. Two years prior to the of sixteen ninety two Sarah had approached Acharya and asked if she and her daughter Dorothy might sleep in the barn for a few nights. Sarah's sister had married into the Herrick family many years before I have to imagine she felt that if anyone was going to say, yes, it would be the heck brothers instead turned her away. That's when things got weird Sarah known around the village to be a Grumbler and all around bitter woman told Herrick that his heartlessness would cost him dearly, perhaps, she hinted one of his best cows might suffer Zachariah teenage sons, escorted Sarah author property and a short time later to of Eric's best cows. This appeared. This night though. The Harris had no choice. Joseph was constable for Salem and had been instructed to bring Sarah good and her infant back to his farm, where she would be locked in the barn overnight. As gathering Dr Griggs house took place, complete with Elizabeth Hubbard's claim of an invisible. Sarah, good, the heck's settled in what they assumed would be calm, quiet night. But something went wrong, Sarah, good escaped, for whatever reason she slipped out of her shoes and stockings and carried her infant out into the cold night air, most historians think that she was out looking for a place to hide a walking barefoot through the cold snow, and mud of early March. What have been painful? Guards noticed. She was gone by the time they summon, the courage to inform. Joseph, Eric the son had already come up and Sarah good had returned to her. Makeshift prison cell Joseph check Donner down her arm covered in blood and probably wondered aloud about what the woman had done to herself. And then he began his day. That new day Cain with new news word reached Herrick about the events that Dr Griggs house the night before, and of the appearance of Sarah, good without her shoes and stockings. And how Samuel Sibley had struck her with his walking stick? I realized we look back on this today with a bit of incredulity put yourself in the mindset of a superstitious fearful puritan in the middle of a community at the beginning of a witch hunt. This was red flag and assure sign that something evil was at work. Most people probably tried to get on with their normal lives that morning. There was always a lot to do to make sure your family in livestock, retaking care of after all, magistrates, John Hawthorne, and Jonathan Corwin had servants for all of that. Instead, they paid a visit to the Salem town jail. They had some questions or one of the prisoners. Here's Pulitzer prize winning author Stacy Schiff the conditions in the jail really deplorable New England jails had not been built for long term stays, this was a culture that essentially dealt with malefactors quickly and effectively. No one was really mental live in jail, the way, these people ended up staying in these jails Salem jealous described as a suburb of hell. From the Boston described as gray for the living. So I think there you have it between the two tiny spaces unventilated prisoner had talked about the fact that he couldn't breathe for the pistons. Khris stink as he puts it the feted their armies of lice and insult to injury in Cuneo. New England you paid for your keep in jail. So you paid for your straw, you paid for your food, and you paid for your shackles. This was the place to tuba found herself the night after her examination in the meeting house. She probably awoke the next morning full of uncertainty. Fear with a hang her without a trial. Would they drag her back for more questions? Instead Hawthorne, Corwin visited her and began anew interrogation behind the closed doors of the jail. But the magistrates were in for a shock when they arrived Ticha began to rise and convulse in much the same way the four girls had done. So in front of everyone in the meeting house the day before when she. Could speak. She blamed the attacks on good and Osborne, which gave Hawthorne, an idea. They now had a direct line to the truth. They asked about how the witches were attacking her, and she described it in detail then almost as an aside. She mentioned that the tall man had urged her to write in his book, which struck a chord with the two men what book they asked was it big or small. Shook her head. He did not show it to me shape replied, but had it in his pockets. After that, the questions flowed. A river and tissue did her best to keep up with current. Did he make you sign it? No, my mistress called me from another room. What did he say? You needed to do with the book, he told me to sign my name in it. She said and did you do that? They asked. Yes, one time I made a Mark in the book with a red ink red like blood, did he take that red ink from your own body. No. But he said he would get it out of me the next time he visited. And then the magistrates dug deeper, they believe that Ticha had seen. The devils book his tool or recruiting humans into his evil mission among them. So he asked about that. Did you see any other marks in this book they asked? Yes, she said a great many some in red some yellow. He held it wide open and showed me a great many marks in it. What names were in the book they asked that he tell you good and burn. She answered there were more. I couldn't read. Hawthorn and Corwin must have felt a chill run down. Their spines more names, meant, more witches. They had already found three which felt overwhelming as it was. But now they had learned that there were more among them. They prayed it wasn't an insurmountable number. How many marks do you think there were they asked her? Did you looked at them both with fear in her eyes? Perhaps, she was afraid of her current circumstances, or maybe she was afraid of what her answer might mean imagine. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath. Then finally. She answered them nine she said there were nine marks. Corwin or stunned? They had believed all of the witches affecting the girls had been identified and captured. And yet here was a frightening new revelation. There were nine names in the book nine which is to torment than nine individuals who had signed on to help the devil, destroy their great puritan experiment. In the new world. Of course, they wanted to know who those other witches were and they asked to, to name them. She shook her head though. She claimed they had only made marks rather than writing their own names down. So she didn't know who they were. But there's something else going on here that needs to be pointed out. Puritans were absolutely obsessed with books, Jane Kamensky professor of American history at Harvard University. I did a piece of work at one point that I never published about the image of the devils book in the Salem which trials looking at the book trades in New England at the time. What does it look like small, and they hide in his red? It's not read. This is a moment in the late sixteen eighty s and early sixteen nineties, where small secular print materials histories. Geographies satires joke. Books playing cards are coming into the bookstores in the port cities, so yeah, this idea of a book used by the double to establish contracts with human helpers was a big deal. It spoke to the very nature Puritans as book people reading with central to their faith reading the bible reading, sermon notes reading, educational books. And while most of the women in Salem were unable to right? They could certainly read. Here's Kaminsky again. Women in puritan New England have an unusually high level of reading literacy, because it's thought to be so important for everybody to be able to read the bible, and from others to be able. To read the bible to their children, but they have a pretty low level of what's called sign literacy, so she can sign her name. She has some rudimentary written literacy, but probably, not the fluency to write an entire document the last detail these questions about the devils book reveal to us is the seriousness of the accusations to appear puritan membership in the church was about confession. Sure. The halfway covenant loosen those requirements of it. But whether you were confessing your sins and story to minister in private or while standing in front of the entire congregation, you knew the final step was to sign a covenant with your church. So the devils book was meant to be a shadow of all of that. The dark opposite to the light of God, if the Puritans believed that you are, which it just made sense that you had also signed a covenant with the devil. You had switched sides after all. Now, one of the books that would have been familiar to Hawthorn in Corwin was a sixteen twenty seven which craft reference work called guide to grand jury men it offered a lot of advice to help the authorities properly examined accused witches and one of those pieces of advice was that someone of spiritual authority must help the accused prepare for their examination for Tichy by that person had to have been her master the Reverend Samuel Parris. It would be fair. Guess to assume that preparing Ticha involved asking her questions and testing her knowledge of the bible, but not prepares the day before her examination. He chose instead his simply beat her. It wasn't justified a course, but I have to wonder if he did it out of anger over the witch cake, incidents and a bit of urgency from her living under his roof and responsibility. So Paris beat her, perhaps, that explains her wild stories the next day in the meeting house where she accused Sarah good and Sarah Osborne of being in league with the devil. It certainly explains. Her eagerness to please the paints elaborate pictures full of rich powerful detail. He had asked for her cooperation at the end of a painful switch antibody clearly delivered. I think it's safe to say that we can look back today on the interrogations, and see the men essentially leading the witness. They never said did you experience anything odd the other day? Instead, they asked questions out of the blue like, was there a book and why did you sign? It's. Tissue by a female heathen slave the lowest of the low in their society was already in jail, so she would have done anything or said anything to prevent execution. Any of us would have. And you can see them guide. Her answers over time. I, she never saw the book and then the tall man showed it to her that evolved into holding and then reading it, it wasn't that she was slowly remembering more and more detail, it's that she was paying attention listening to Hawthorn in Corwin has her life depended on it, and giving them the answers they were looking for. Emerson Baker one of our guest historians throughout this season of unem- scared. Discusses this in his book a storm of.
"sarah good" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"The night down the road. After a few minutes of brisk silent walking both of them in claimed. They heard a noise ahead of them down the road. It wasn't the sound. They could identify a kept repeating itself over and over, but they needed to get home. So they pressed on. That's it mean it was easy though. Soon dark shape began to materialize in the darkness ahead. They slowed their pace believing. There was some sort of animal hunched over beside the road a moment later that shape exploded upward and as it. Did it unraveled into the forms of three people women if the men had to guess they vanished almost as quickly as they had appeared. But as they did both men were certain they recognized all three of them, Sarah good, Sarah, Osborne, and Ticha. Sarah good, however, was miles away in its which jail alone with her baby. Actually that jail was the barn belonging to her relative Joseph Herrick and his brother Zachariah, and there was a bit of irony in her new situation, remember, Sarah and William good weren't doing. So well, financially they lost all of their land and had no way to provide themselves. Life was hard for them to say the least. Two years prior to the events of sixteen ninety two Sarah had approached Acharya and asked if she and her daughter Dorothy might sleep in the barn for a few nights. Sarah's sister had married into the Herrick family many years before I have to imagine. She felt that if anyone was going to say, yes, it would be the heck brothers. Instead turned her away. That's what got weird, Sarah. No one around the village to be a Grumbler end all around bitter woman told Herrick that his heartlessness would cost him dearly. Perhaps she hinted one of his best cows might suffer. Zachariah teenage sons escorted Sarah off their property and a short time later to Eric's best cows. Disappeared. This night, though, the Harris had no choice..
"sarah good" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Adults to testify. After Betty, Parris was moved to a safe home. In Salem town. The three accused witches were transferred to jail in Boston where they went away a whole criminal trial. The three remaining girls seem to become more calm then on March third Anne Putnam claimed. She was tore minted yet again. And this time the attackers were new to her. One. She said was a woman. She couldn't see clearly, but the other was clear she claimed it was Dorothy good. The five year old daughter of Sarah good, the little girl, according to anti Putnam was holding the devils book out to her and demanding she signed it, sadly, the people around her took her seriously. A week later. She managed to put a name to that other attacker. Elizabeth proctor. Elizabeth was the forty one year old mother of five children and pregnant with her sixth. She and her husband John Proctor own tavern. North of the village at the intersection of too busy roads. They were part of the wealthy. Proctor family members of the church and owners of a lot of land. There was a lot to respect about Elizabeth. But there were other details about her that might have made her an easy person to accuse of witchcraft the biggest those was that her grandmother goody birds had been accused and tried for which craft roughly three decades earlier the assumption was that it wealth and godliness could run in families, and so two could allegiance to the devil. Her husband John was twenty years older than her and had inherited all of his land from his parents who had moved to Massachusetts in sixteen thirties by sixteen seventy four he lost two wives and number of children. But Elizabeth seemed like the perfect balm for those wounds. She was smart Bruegel and of formidable presence. And both of them were a bit more progressive than their neighbors. They were known to allow the local native Americans to drink in their tavern, which was a huge deal in those days. The native Americans were seen as agents of the devil. They were the enemy who stood opposed to the puritan mission. And yet, John and Elizabeth serve them beer. Hatred. Ran so hot that at one point someone took them to court over it the angry man Giles Corey had a bit of a reputation for being a hothead though hairs. Emerson Baker hid been accused of setting arson on the house of his neighbor, John Proctor, and he had also been convicted really of manslaughter back in the sixty seventies of beating his simple.
The best and worst places to be a woman in Canada
"Today is International Women's Day global Dave reflection on the hard-won rights now enjoyed by the quote, unquote, fairer sex days. Also, a reminder to keep fighting on behalf of the women and girls round the world who don't get to enjoy a lot of those rights just yet Canada, if a pretty good the least compared to a lot of those other countries, but was sharing perfect women are still disproportionately affected by poverty. Racialist indigenous trans disabled women face far greater risk of sexual violence and barriers to employment than white women. Women in rural areas have to jump through all the hoops, if they need to get an abortion. No life is not all roses for women in Canada. Despite having a feminist prime minister who might not be having the best International Women's Day of his time in office. We know about this persistent inequality, thanks in part to an annual yardstick that measures the gender gap between the lives of women and men in this country since two thousand fourteen the Canadian centre for policy alternatives has published the best and worst places to be a woman in Canada. The report their fifth out this week. It's a snapshot of the differences in economic impersonal security education, health and representational leadership. Roles for women twenty six cities across this country. I'm Sarah bows, vowed sitting in for Jordan Rawlings on International Women's Day. This is the big story to chat about the findings of this report into also just reflect on that general idea of quality of life for Canadian women right now, I'm joined by Maclean's columnists and senior writer and Kingston Haim being here. Sarah good to be here at love to start by talking about the creator of this report and honoring her came back and turf. So brilliant, feminist economists you and I both knew she passed away last summer of cancer. She's forty nine years old. What can you tell us about her vision for this report why she sort of created it to begin with Kate? Yes. It was she was the genius architect of this report. And it had a couple of functions. I as I understand them as she told me about them, obviously, it's to to gauge the fact that wage inequity exists in Canada. And also that it exists equally. She also wanted to highlight. certain, you know, certain metrics by which we could see improvement or sort of see ground level local involvement in certain issues. So for instance, they're five measures. They include health include security things like intimate partner violence, really important, measurements police responses wage inequities and whatnot. So so it was a way to take kind of a snapshot of the country, and but more importantly for her. It was a platform for conversation and one of the her sort of focuses was the importance of local community were and women women's organizations. She firmly believed that you know, sort of investing in women's organizations was a great sort of gateway to better equity between the genders. So that this is a wonderful report because it allows, you know, people in Windsor people in got no or Vancouver. Wherever to sort of use the data that is collected and use it to. Advocate, use it to discuss things with their own governments. It's it's so it's a tool very practical tool as well. So as feminist to can, you know, and you've written a lot on data in this country and the lack thereof to she was really big on. Let's get some real numbers here. Let's crunch. Let's like show how gender equality inequality affects us day to day Lutely, but the other part of that is also showing where we don't have the information. I mean, you look at something like, Robin doodles. Series. The you know, the fact is that you know, you have to drill into these numbers. So we're increasingly learning. I mean Kate was again a pioneer in. This regard in that respect even though it was only twenty fourteen the importance of Dada to make these measurements. And what data we should be looking at and what data's missing what do you think?
"sarah good" Discussed on Unobscured
"New England witchcraft cases were women who had unusually direct lines to property holding either because they didn't have living husbands or they didn't have sons or they didn't have brothers. Some unusually direct relationship to property in land. John D moss and his great work entertaining. Satan tracked the. Number of female witchcraft suspects who were postmenopausal who are through their child bearing years so who had completed their great function in puritan society. But nevertheless, persisted in ways that were uncomfortable or could get uncomfortable for for their fellow townsfolk about four out of five which crafts suspects in New England was female so way out scale for the proportion of the population. And when we look at the percentage tried and the percentage executed, the predominance holds thinking of a story of Mary Webster and Hadley in the sixteen eighty s she was accused of witchcraft take into Boston was acquitted in brought back, but the complaints were what you'd expect? She was she was cranky. She's moved out for herself. She wasn't religious. And there's a. One of the themes. That's popped up. All of the interviews. We've been doing that. There's this. What seems to be the the tight normal focus on suspects at the start in the typical other Sarah good, Sarah Osborne. And obviously, a slave Tibetan. Sarah good was that as you say, she was a mumble her. She was she would she would mutter things under her breath foreign cob pipe. Exactly, right. She didn't fit those norms in bothered people. But, but then that circle starts to get wider, and you get people like Rebecca nurse and Martha Corey and do you have a. Your own view on. Why that circle started to move outside of the normal others and move onto people you wouldn't expect some of these covenant members of the church in it starts to spread in a way that you wouldn't expect does that seem to still follow these rules of women should be behaving one way. But now, they're not or I, you know, I think one of the reasons we keep going back and back and back to Salem, which I I don't have the numbers at the tips of my fingers. But I think it's it's under ten percent of the people who are accused of witchcraft in the in the seventeenth century New England rights, it's a spasmodic incident. It's not the only it's not the only spasm. There's there's one in Hartford. There are other. You know, there are other clusters. But the reason we keep going back and back and back to Salem is. Because of the ways that jumps the tracks. It goes outside of the normal abnormal witchcraft. Suspects. There are a higher proportion of men suspected and and tried and even executed in Salem than there are elsewhere at other times in the colonies, and it goes up up up the social spectrum touching eventually even the governor's wife herself..
"sarah good" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"sarah good" Discussed on Unobscured
"Raid on an Acadian sixteen ninety who was serving really kind of as a prisoner of war slash servant. Who was the daughter of that, by the way that Indian chimp she bought he bought the land from and also a French nobleman was was the granddaughter of a French nobleman. So she would have been half native, American half, French all Catholic, and so you have these these sort of people as I think of this is your four children in this ungodly house. Sold. So to me, you know, it's it's me. It's really remarkable that that lady Mary Phipps isn't accused of witchcraft until the fall until October sixteen ninety two and as soon as that happens, sir. William brings it to an end. And I think that's one of his key factors throughout the trials. Is I think he wanted to be very hard on you know, it was like you don't want to be soft on crime. If you're politician right in sixteen in the sixty nine is you don't have to be soft on which is a politician. It's bad for politics. But it's particularly bad because if Phipps had done the right thoughtful thing is many of the ministers including cotton Mather originally, arguing for, you know, be careful with the spectral evidence. And be careful who you is judge fits wasn't in political position to do that if he wasn't fully behind the witch trials, I think he knew that sooner or later people were going to start saying, so Sir William why are you being so soft on witches? Could it have anything to do with maybe some members of your family? How about the fact that both you and your? Wife's family are we're in the parish person. Here's our Reverend George Burroughs up in fell Muth main. You know, George Burroughs the ringleader the of Satan on earth here in Massachusetts. I mean, it's just goes on and on the potential connections. And I think I think Phipps had to be. Fips could not come out against the witch trials until it became clear when his wife and the wife of increase Mather were accused that that it was clearly not all these people could be witches right now. Could we have the best people that call any? How could we have all of these ministers? How could we have all the all the relatives of ministers? How could we have members of the general court? These people all can't be which is can they are. We all witches. We'll you know. That's that's one of the things that that is so intriguing about the Salem case. Specifically is that you go to England in Europe and accused witches fit a very particular profile. Most of the time they are again, the outsiders that we talked about some ways that you're religious or the poor the outspoken. They're typically women, you know, they're the they're the not the non ruling class. Yes. Seems to start that way. Exactly. Yes. Sarah good, Sarah, Osborne and Ticha right at the Bill. Right. Right. But that that lens begins to white and rather quickly. Why does it widen and so him? Yeah. I mean, it's typical right data as as the slave and Sarah Osborne, kind of the the woman of ill fame, perhaps because she married. Her indentured servant, and sir. Good that adults tempered poor women traditionally witchcraft is a working class crime. Right. His on the other side of the tracks. And it involves things like cursing, and begging and right and right. So what happens in Salem is again to me. It's the storm. It's all these forces that make people realize, especially when Titib here's the thing. The sad thing about Sam there are there are times throughout the spring and summer of sixty nine hundred we're could've come to an end, right, right. In one of them was even when Ted of confesses it could have come to an end. But when she says, I saw nine names in Satan's book that he went where he wanted me to sign that's telling you that. There's there's more which is out there. Ended expands right? And I think what happens is again, initially most of those early people are your typical types. Right. But it does start to escalate, and I think that's evidence of the state of Massachusetts at the time. I think it's evidence also to people being really scared and really angry right which craft interesting thing about witchcraft, historically, we know from the work of Wolfgang Barringer that two of the major factors is to win witchcraft accusations. Take.