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With hospitalizations up, France weighs return to masks
"Tourism is booming again in France And so is COVID-19 I'm Ben Thomas with some details New coronavirus cases have been rising in France nearly 93,000 per day by Johns Hopkins latest count and government data shows nearly 1000 patients hospitalized per day over the past two weeks Still tourism is booming there this summer Asked to tell hotels president Serge cachon says it's only taken a few months to return to pre-pandemic levels Not only to recover but to overpass the best result we ever had in Paris in the trees and I think it is the same all over France The French government has invited or recommended people go back to using face masks though they stopped short of renewing restrictions that might scare visitors away or revive protests I'm Ben Thomas
"serge" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Trauma healing and the concepts of trauma healing can seem like motherhood and apple pie, very simple. And the whole point is not to forget that actually it's when you're in the midst of trauma that you can not have access to that simplicity. You know what feels obvious when you're out of it does not feel obvious when you're in it. And so when you're out of it, yeah, of course it's evident. But the point is, how is it that you communicate that to the self yourself when you're in the trauma mode or in the addiction mode or to other people when they are in the trauma mode or the addiction mode? And you know, that's really finding a pathway back to this right. And that there are like you have in your book practical ways to get there. Yeah, that you can do these things and we know, especially I think with how we understand trauma now and like you said earlier the nervous system and more of this brain science, we know there's a way to get there. Yeah, yeah. And so let's talk about that process of change. And how that happens and as you move through the proactive 12 steps, how is that change going to manifest? What does that look like? Yeah. So it's a step by step process where essentially early on about step three, you start to develop to be curious about what happens when you take a mindful pause. And so that mindful pause becomes the DNA of the process because it's something that moment by moment helps you orient. But is also something that helps you stay. And be more progressively more able to accept at first start with tolerate and then accept what is actually very powerfully difficult in experience. So as you progressively develop staying with that mindful pause, and it's not just something that is about pausing as if you stop the video. But it's something that you engage your curiosity. So as you start to play with that and just discover what it's like, then little by little, you start to deconstruct the structure of what happens to you in life. You start to see patterns, not just situations where you say behaves badly. And you have to correct an individual situation or apologize to this person or that person. But discovering there is a pattern. And as you discover there is a pattern. Again, you go deeper into it. And then you discover that the pattern is actually something that is a solution. It's a misguided solution, but it's a solution that's brought about by the pressures of the moment. And you have limited resources and you jump into the only thing you know. You know, and then you start to understand better the nature of the pressure. And the nature of the fear and vulnerability that's under there. And how much it's difficult for most of us and certainly for people who are in trauma to tolerate the vulnerability, because the consequences are so strong. But as you have developed over time, you know, this is not just something that happens right away. But over time, over the steps, you have developed more of that ability to stay present with it. So you develop more of the ability to tolerate and accept. You know, what is so painful? And you start to see the possibility of acting differently. And you rehearse these new possibilities in a safe environment, because if you just went out under pressure, you just wouldn't. You know? Right. Right. And as you start to actually discover that you can progressively apply these new behaviors in situations that were stressful, essentially what you have is the process of memory reconciliation. You know that the reality is now, you know, the as you saw it is now confronted with fresh reality, which is different. And that's how healing happens in therapy. And that's how healing happens in the proactive 12 steps. Because you have actually given yourself the possibility of engaging with reality in a way that destroys your old preconceptions and gives you a new view of reality. Right. Right. And what I'd say, one of my thoughts came up as I'm thinking of someone in pain, they would go, but I need out now. It's got to change now. It has to happen now. I'm in so much pain and talk about the process of that over time. You know, because I think when we're in a lot of pain, we just want out. Yeah, and that's a reality. And that's why, for instance, in recovery, a lot of people don't make it. You know, in recovery, sometimes even in treatment centers, it takes people several stays and treatment centers before they do. In therapy, when we see clients, we all have head clients who simply don't stay because it's too painful for them and they can't handle it. You know, I wish I could say that I had a way that helps everybody stay with the difficulty and I certainly don't. So it's very sad, it's really very, very, very sad to say that there are people who I don't know how to help, but we don't know how to help. And the best we can do is a sense of that presence that connection the reason I like the concept of peer groups is because peer group has believability that peer group is somebody who says, you know, I've been there, I'm still, you know, sometimes I'm where you are and on the whole, I think it's working for me. You know, to keep doing it, and I see enough in it to go ahead and I'm going to give you support if you're willing to stay. So yeah, I think there are ways, but it's within a context where it's not an obvious easy for everybody. I think it's one of the reasons I say, no matter what, if you're struggling to reach out for help, get the support that you need, because sometimes these emotions are they're just difficult. They're just hard. They're painful. They're and sometimes we don't know how to support ourselves and having someone else there can get us through that moment that time frame. Where we can continue to eventually create this virtuous cycle within ourselves. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So if there was one thing, it would be to look for Kindred spirits who are willing to engage in together. Right. And then having a structure to do that and a guide is just incredibly beneficial because a lot of times we don't know what we don't know. Yeah, yeah. So Serge, I want to thank you so much for coming on to the addicted mind podcast and just sharing your wisdom, talking with you, I can just, I can feel that you live this process. I can just, I can tell that. So I really appreciate that. One thing I'd love to do before we go is to just say, ask a question, which is if someone is out there struggling, they're having a difficult time, and you can tell them one thing what would it be? What would you want to tell them? So the one thing I would do is connect to a Kindred spirit. And realize you're not alone. You're not outside of human experience. But other people have gone through that. And other people are going through it. And together, supporting each other, you can do it. So the book that I wrote is not something that people can do by reading a book, just I'm encouraging people to read the book by themselves that they want to. But really, as something that functions as a guide for people to maximize what they can do with each other, which is the beauty of human experience is we can help each other through things that are very, very difficult. Yes, absolutely. Where can anybody find the book? Where can they get it? So they can look for it on Amazon or Barnes and noble online. And also I have much of the material three to access to anybody on the website proactive 12 steps dot com. Proactive 12 steps dot com. Great. I will put all of those links in the show notes..
"serge" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Episode. Hello everyone, welcome to the addicted mind podcast. My guest today is surge Pringle and he is going to talk about his book. The proactive 12 steps. Serge, please introduce yourself, tell us a little bit about you and we'll get into your book and why you wrote it and all of that stuff. Well, hello, hello, very happy to be here. I'm a therapist. I'm very much into experiential therapy. Somatic psychotherapy. And as a therapist, I tend to think that everybody is very different. And every situation is very different. So it's kind of a parallel track for me to look at something that presents a track that people would all follow. You know, as a therapist, I tend to more get into the nuances of each person and how each person is unique. But I've had a long-term dialog with the 12 steps for the past 30 years or so. I discovered it through friends who in recovery. And I always admired the power that the 12 step culture, the idea of having a common path. And the community that it created to create a system where people can have peer support and basically pull themselves together out of something that would feel like a morass. Right. So you were able to see this community come together. There's something going on. Something at work in a community of this 12 step community that you could see people pull themselves out of that pain and suffering and you could see that. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And so for me, the dialog has been, you know, this is another poll. This is different from the very specialized care that you have as a therapist. And to see what it is, you know, that inside this is appealing to me. You know, I tend to, as a therapist, I tend to distrust something that says, here are some steps that are coming to everybody. And here is something that will give you a solution. If only you follow these 5 or 6 or 12 steps, then you're okay. You know, and it feels like it might not be justice to the complexity of the human mind and the complexities of each situation. And essentially, I also have had some problem with the concept of the 12 steps. The reliance that they have on divine intervention or how your public call it, but something outside. But at the same time, I see that there's something working. So the dialog over the year has been, can I instead of simply dismissing something? Because it's not what I do. Can I try to understand better what it is that works? And how can I have a dialog with it in order to learn from it and at the same time to translate it in ways that makes it something that I can understand better? And if I see what it is that's working there, you know, can I put it into terms that are actually going to be more effective for people to follow that path? Right. So it's being able to see that nuance in everyone. There's a statement I kind of try and live by, you know, beware of the tyranny of the one right way, we can get really stuck in that and but at the same time what you said being able to see that there's something going on here that is benefiting a lot of people, I want to understand it. I want to get that value out and also bring it to the uniqueness of each individual. Yeah. Yeah, so it's not that there is a right way, you know, that is a rigid way. But if you understand what the essence is of what it is that helps people heal. And if you find a way that it could be similar between what we do in syrupy and what people do on their own and in the 12 steps. And so use that concept to find a way to express a path that would be healing while at the same time respecting the fact that no two people are alike. Right. What brought you into this work to do therapy to dig into the human mind to understand this? And then write this book. I want to understand the motivation and why do it. Well, like many people who become therapists, I did it to because I wanted to I needed to understand more of who I was, why I was doing what I was doing, how to be who I really want to be. So there's a very deep motivation in that sense of understanding. In a sense that in some ways, there is a virtuous cycle between understanding myself and helping people understand themselves and deal with their situation that my being actively involved in it is actually something that helps people, but also seeing people going through this path and helping them is also something that helps me. And so it's a very active process. Being very much engaged in this process for myself makes me I believe more effective with others, but also seeing others helps me. And so that's something that gives great satisfaction. Yeah, I love that you said the virtuous cycle because it really is like that as you help others and explore others stuff and explore their whatever's going on for them, you learn, and then as you grow, as we need to do our own healing, it.
Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images
"Came out with some sort of stunning news on thursday. A new page was launched on the company site under the heading expanded protections for children saying that it wanted to help protect children from predators use communication tools to recruit and exploit them limit the spread of child sexual abuse material or see sam. The company lists three changes coming to. Its all encompassing ecosystem. I the company says new communication tools will enable parents to play a more informed grohl and helping their children navigate communication online next ios and ipad. oh s. will use new applications of cryptography to help limit the spread of c. Sam online while designing for user privacy and finally updates to siri and serge provide parents and children expanded information and help if they encounter unsafe situations.
Tropical Threat Takes Aim at Gulf Coast
"A tropical system is expected to bring heavy rain store. Serge and coastal flooding to the northern Gulf coast through the weekend. A tropical storm warning is in effect for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards issuing a state of emergency due to the potential weather
Jackson's jumper gives Clippers 100-98 win over Pistons
"Reggie Jackson sank a jumper with two point three seconds left against his former team giving the clippers their seventh straight victory one hundred ninety eight over the pistons they will be using our product when Russell's Russell measured them yeah but we'll move on to some strong words the clippers rallied from an eleven point deficit in the fourth quarter despite playing without Kawhi Leonard Paul George Serge Ibaka Patrick Beverley and Marcus Morris Jackson finished with twenty nine points and expressed in Lucan art had seventeen with ten rebounds the clippers trail by five in the final minute but Terrence Mann made it ninety eight ninety five with a dunk and Jackson connected from three point range to tie it with nineteen seconds left I'm Dave very
King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts
"Bad news type of update from the Seattle King County public health officer. Dr. Jeff Duchin likes to start his weekly UPDATES by comparing the covert outbreak to the weather forecast. This week's forecast is for continued mostly cloudy with storms possible. Over the past week, 255 new cases were reported daily, which was similar to the week before end up almost 80% from mid March. But a lot of people coming down with Cove it are not the most vulnerable incident rates have been trending up for all age groups, except for ages. 65 older and under five years with the highest rates in the 18 to 24 year olds, followed by 25 to 49 year old In the 5 to 17 year Old age group. He says he remains the geographic divide in the county. Overall Cove in 19 incidents remains highest in the cities and south and Southeast King County. Including Covington, Enumclaw. Auburn can't federal way Burian renting to quell A and C tech and, well, people continue to be hospitalized. The good news is that deaths have fallen dramatically since the peak of the fallen winter, Serge On average. Over the past week. One King County resident has died of covert 19 each day, compared with nine deaths per day during the winter peak. And although most of our oldest adults are protected through vaccination, not everyone is vaccinated. And went transmission increases in the community. The virus still confined its way to those who are most vulnerable and remain unprotected. And with that in mind,
Clippers hit 19 3s, beat Bucks 129-105
"The clippers had a real good showing against the milwaukee bucks clip raining down threes resembling that squad. That got out to the hot start. They had a quick giant as the west number one seat earlier this year. They've won six in a row but no one is going to believe them until the playoffs but they do have all the parts. Even though a lot of them are sitting out. Paul george out of this game. Patrick beverley out of this game. Rajon rondo to this game. They're starting backward in this jackson. And luke kennard had a combined eleven threes. What happens when beverly comes back. Does he go into the starting lineup. Does canard come out more of a ball. Who has been impressing. Good problems for tyler. No problems for the clippers serge ibaka. His fashion stays on point as it did with the toronto raptors. Yes he does fashion. He does art as surge. Said with that bucket. Had in that fancy scarf slash mask
Health Experts Warn US Is Nearing Fourth COVID-19 Surge
"Health experts warn. The United States is nearing 1/4 surge of the Corona virus. They say this possible to turn the trend around brick. Conway looks into what's causing the recent rise in cases and what it would take to prevent another search. New cases of coded 19 are on the rise again. Doctors. She's Jaha, Anthony Fauci and Scott Gottlieb caution that it's up to us to keep this rise from shifting to a search. Now variants are playing a part in the case count. This is basically what we were all saying was gonna happen around the second half of March. The variant, first identified in the UK is more contagious and now likely to become dominant, But it's not the only reason behind the rise. What will likely Seeing is because of things like spring break and pulling back on the mitigation methods that you've seen now. Several states have done that. A lot of the spread is happening among younger people in the 19 but also 20 to 29. That's the group that is moving around, you know, kind of relax and getting infected, Experts say it's not time to relax yet. We need to hold onto our masks, avoid crowds and hold off on travel until we can get more people vaccinated, especially in areas with rising case counts. I think what we need to do is try to continue to vaccinate surge vaccine into those parts of the country. So the incremental vaccine that's coming onto the market. I think the body administration can allocated to parts of the country that look hot right now. Then it comes down to patients. We're weeks away from a point where we could begin to do these things a bit more safely. But if we could just get two or three more weeks of around three million vaccines that day that Gonna be a pretty big backstop against a true fourth Serge I'm Brett Conway
Even with vaccinations on the rise, epidemiologists urge caution as nation reopens
"With more than 2.5 million people getting a shot each day in the U. S. Covert 19 vaccinations up, But so are new infections in 18 States, ABC, Stephanie remote In the last week, Coben cases have been on the rise in nearly half the country just as the vaccine distribution ramps up, and people are heading out on spring break. Dr Anthony Fauci telling ABC News every day that goes by that we hang on a bit. It makes it less likely for Serge to occur. But if people just put aside all public health measures, namely, put the masks aside, go to bars go to restaurants. You're going to see a
Severe Winter Storms Pushed Consumer Spending Down 1%
"Winter storms in much of the country helped push consumer spending down 1% in February, with personal incomes falling sharply as well. The drop in spending came after a sharp gain in January. Personal income plunged, though, after a big January Serge due to covert relief checks. With those March checks coming in the mail spending should pick up again next month.
NBA Trade Deadline: Winners & Losers
"The trade deadline podcast part four. We've done three parts already. It is now twelve fifty four pacific time three fifty four east coast. Time ran. russillo is still here. We go all day. We might do to ours. Jackie macmullan is joining us. The hall of famer Cholera was not traded jenny. What happened what happened well. It's funny i was talking to someone in the raptors organization a few days ago. And they're sort of this sense if you look back on that great championship season. The next year Koi leonard walks for nothing. Danny green goes for nothing right them gusau and serge ibaka for nothing and i think it. Just maybe it's just like okay. We're all right with kyle. Stay in here. He's okay more more importantly like cows like me out of here man. This is a sinking ship. I think the results would have been different. Perhaps and i think he was like. I'm okay with being here. You know his bird rights don't kick in till the you can't extend him till the summer so if you trade for you're interested in his bird rights much harder now to sign kyle hours of free agent because you no longer has his bird rights so for people that most people on. I don't need to explain this on your podcast right. Everyone knows what that means yes. I know it's helpful though. Yeah okay so what it means. Is that If you had if you trade him at the deadline and you wanted to extend him you had his bird rights. You could go over the cap you have to worry about it now. If you sign him you have been able to fit him. And it's it's more difficult for teens. So i think in the end they probably just like. How much of this can we ask our fans to understand. He's so good with the younger guys. And you know let's face it siachen nick nurse. They got a little thing going on right. Now there's a little back and forth. Kyle lowry i think is a great buffer for that. You know maybe he rides you through. That rough time comes apart. Future
Growing List of Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine
"Of the list of countries halting use of the AstraZeneca vaccine continues to grow. Sweden became the latest to suspend use of the vaccine, joining more than a dozen others, most of them in Europe over fears of blood clots. Experts in the UK and elsewhere in Europe are calling it a disaster for the region's already slow rollout even as covert cases Serge At least one person in Norway has died from a brain hemorrhage after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Clippers snap 3-game skid with 130-104 rout of Warriors
"Led by all stars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George the clippers wallop the warriors one thirty to one OO for LA led by sixteen points at the break and got it up to as high as thirty nine in the second half Leonard finished with twenty eight points to Georgia at age seventeen Serge Ibaka had sixteen with fourteen rebounds Stephan curry majors one of eight from three point range and finished with fourteen points as Golden State dropped its fourth straight game mark Myers Los Angeles
"serge" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But markets they're focused on the bright side and increasing chance of a deal on a new stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Ling claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund Christmas. Phil says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payroll support expired. Frank column, factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month, it's sent home a lot 200 workers with full pay and benefits. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. Hurt. Radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to get a feel for.
Power Rankings: Can the Clippers stay atop the West?
"Espn's nba power rankings. Talking about how great everything was going in. La or how much noise l. Making right now in the sports universe but the lakers no longer number one in the rankings. So maybe la's fallen down a little. Except the clippers have assumed the number one spot kawhi leonard and company. The nba's best record the clippers. Have a six game. Swing with leonard and paul george entering quarantine due to health and safety protocols and patrick beverley. He's out they had a seven game. Winning streak snapped in atlanta. The co and paul george back after missing just two games due to contact. Tracing the clippers are a deep team. There were deep team last year. But i think bach gives them a premium over mantras harrell because he can spread the floor. He can shoot the three and he can rim defend. He can defend the paint at certainly blocked shots. At least he's very good defender. As is harold box more versatile moreover more versatile player you can play a lot of big next to a bacha because he can do some things that some modern pigs can't but serge ibaka is not the reason that they're you know this good. They've played together another season. Tyler is doing a very good job. Don't forget and this goes for what i said about the nets last segment to we're in a covert year. Still where there's not practice like. They're normally is and people are socially distanced so first year teams that come together like the nets last year like brooklyn. This year are at a disadvantage but brooklyn's now going on their second year with sorry. The clippers are largely with the same cast. And yet you know. Lou will mantras harrell reggie jackson nick tomb. Which was a big pickup nick. A tumor he got a max deal or something close to it. Because he was the status all star. I mentioned this last week but at that time. Are you sure that you knew who was going to be better between kawhi leonard klay thompson and nick platoon. But he was in that category people when he got his deal. Weren't even like oh. That's too much for nick petunia. Like oh he's really good player. Lost interest on a noncompetitive team. He looks interested again. Remember he got a max deal wasn't no one. Did him any favors. He earned it so. That's a big pickup for them. Interested nick we can play making do some things but none of this really matters to me for the clippers and i understand power. Rankings are based on regular season performance. Guys until paul. George shows up as like this if paul george showed up his normal self. The clippers are still at a disadvantage against the lakers because kawai and libron or both superstars as is a de. Paul george is the next thing to a superstar. Paul george is not a five star player. He's a four and a half star player. So even if paul george it shows up as his normal self. Ain't going to be enough for the clippers in the playoffs. He has to be just to see but instead of that or even stay the same. He gets in the playoffs. So i don't believe in this clippers team in the play. I don't care what they do. In the regular season. Until i see paul george show up when it matters in the playoffs. A believer
Clippers beat Thunder 108-101, tie for NBA's best record
"The clippers picked up their seventh straight win and improved to thirteen and four by jamming the thunder one await wanna one quite Leonard had a strong game just two days after scoring thirty one against Oklahoma City finishing with thirty four points nine rebounds and eight assists or you know we have a summer home standing up you know level headed the same positive no just for Serge Ibaka had seventeen points for the clippers who led by seventeen in the fourth quarter before hanging on J. gill just Alexander led the thunder with twenty three points against his former team I'm Dave Ferrie
"serge" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"You're wearing a mask to make eye contact for people to say hi it's like it doesn't mean that we all have to turn into these like zombie. People like find the good and each day and and don't forget to say hi to your neighbor. They probably need it more than you know. Yeah that's interesting. Because i i try and say when i put happy birthdays birthday dates in my calendar and then i'll text them. You know happy birthday. I don't make super emotional or anything but a lot of people get here. That from other people Yeah and it matters. It feels good. I know feels good when people say happy birthday to me. So simple gesture. They cost zero dollars. I think that that would be cool. Like experiment and twenty twenty one like do all the things that cost zero money and see how you feel and how everyone that received those things felt. That would be interesting. Yeah so much for talking with me today. Air preteen and we could talk all day for both the efforts. That's not a good thing. Yeah again appreciate the time. I'll make sure to include all the all the links and for the website and your instagram podcasts. The fossil and the book. Yeah thank you so much. thanks. I appreciate it i..
"serge" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Of what you're consuming. It's a really important see. And that's why. I totally agree and you know my girls grew up there. Twenty five taught turning twenty seven in a week and a half kind of grew up. I think it was sixth or seventh grade when they got their phones and it was a big deal and they they needed their phones to be liked friends. And so i just for me. I always told myself. I would have hated it because when i was out getting in trouble. My parents couldn't bring me right. I was going to get in trouble when i got home. But i'm gonna have fun until that. I said the last thing i want us a kid. It was a leash. So yeah yeah. They're being tracked. that's for sure. That was the biggest punishment. I had was automatic phone away. No okay. let's do it like for me. It was just opposite. Cool here you go now. You don't know where they're like even think it's freedom but maybe it's not. Yeah so but having to deal with that. I think it's so key what you're doing. Thank you so so keep it up. Thank you very much. We love what we do. It's it's beyond the passion project. it's what i do full time. And we just keep growing and growing and we really appreciate everybody that joined in volunteered or giving us a platform like you're interviewing us like that kind of thing. It's really important to just keep going and keep growing when when. When did you start your podcasts. Already or are about to why. So we're gonna start our own pod and twenty twenty one and they'll probably when everyone's listening to this which is exciting to make sure 'cause all i'll make sure to put the lincoln so they can go right. It'll be called the girl powerful podcasts. We're gonna use the formula the audiences for women because we every time we talk about what we do for girls to teacher anybody. One of our peers. They say oh. I wish i had that. When i was younger i needed that. And that's always the feedback and so we're like well. Hey who is healing. The women that are saying that. Let's make sure that they're being taken care of because then that's more feet in the streets helping teenagers and that's more people role modeling positive behavior and the grocery store. That's more people you know online being their authentic selves. So we're going to do a back to school kind of podcast theme where women would. We're gonna seem at like school. So it's really mac last and it's gonna be like financial planner on and talking to you about money because no one ever talked anybody about money and we're going to do p. e. n. Sony and i are going to go try something new like a new kind of workout or something like that and then give our opinion. So it's gonna be really fun and like veggie and every week we'll look a little different and then obviously we're going to have guests so that's exciting but we're going to call that a substitute teacher. I would be taking 'em and yeah it'll be fun it'll be. It'll be a good way to keep growing our network. And that's what's so important with the nonprofit is to grow your network so you can grow your donors and that's how this happened. People donate so. I was gonna say i was gonna ask you how how often or how much of your time is spent trying to get donors. Yeah i mean. I'm the main fundraiser. sunday. And i have totally different skill sets. Okay and Most of my time most of my time is about connecting different kinds of people or brands and therefore at the end of that or in the middle of our relationship. Yeah i'm definitely going to be asking you for money. And that's okay and that was something i had to learn and understand. There's no ego involved in that. I need sponsorship dollars so these girls can come to classes. Zero cost for them or their family. And hey i was that kid. I was a kid that wasn't able to go to the camp. I wanted to go to or play tennis app week. Because my mom can pay for the clinic so i think i never wanna turn a kid away and i always want there to be in I own united taking care of and the girl so that's refineries for and it's been working and i have been digging more instant grew bigger grant writing and that sort of thing but it's hard i'd rather honestly i like working with people and i feel like i'm more successful when i talked to a donor or brand before sending hours and hours on this grant and then unknown even tells you you know you're going to get it or not and you normally doubt i would rather just talk to people and see work out get asked quite often about like other podcasters reach out to me. And said hey. How did you get all these guests. And i'm like. I just asked but without expectations. But it's not personal. No yeah i. I've had some yeses that a blown me away. I'm like yeah this grammy award. Winning person wants to talk to me but they said yes. Great it's so great. If you don't act you'll never know and that's true. Yeah people are so scared of that app that it's like well. That's what i was telling you delegating for me. If they say no usually. It's a no reply. It doesn't bother me. It doesn't affect my day and for me like my bosses had a lot of people. Ask me what are your bosses with your day job madison. While last year. I had my largest. You're ever in sales. Because i think having the podcast made me focus my time more because i was like okay. Well i'm gonna have this interview now. I've gotta make sure to get my orders. Sooner or i got a schedule this so it just made everything more efficient for me that yeah makes sense so my boss was like. Hey if you keep exceeding your cells keeps keep of the castle cool. Yeah and it's a creative way for you to connect and have conversations. Yeah i mean we all love our but you gotta talk about other things too. Wasn't that was but see for me. Perfect because when i'd go out and said it'd be on road for a week or two at a time. I'm always talk. Be a choice. What do for or on an air out. That's i kinda wanted to set this up but my podcast. It'd be more like if you and i were sitting on an airplane said oh so what do you do for a living. Yeah east to do that. I have a girl power. I'm running nonprofit for for girls. I'd be like oh what's that about and you'd go right. That's that's kind of the game in practicing on the plane. Your whole life had no choice. Yeah my daughter's the technical people that had helped me literally get the apps and the programs and all that stuff on how to actually do this stuff so talking. I'm glad that help you. That's like our our mom. She's always like can you help. I'm always like sonia not have the pay sonia does see. I'm just opposite like like my daughter is super chill and she's her are very much alike so she'll just figured out by other one has no reasons. My shoes are not about to help. I help all day is my job. I'm like i'm a. I'm off the clock mom..
N.B.A. Investigating Kyrie Irving Over Maskless Party Video
"Back here. First things first and we're talking about kyrie irving the brooklyn nets star has been inactive for the nets last four games due to personal reasons and now a new report says it will be at least another week before he rejoins the team. Yesterday video emerged that appeared to show maskless at a birthday party. Reportedly dad of his sisters this on top of a picture going around of kiranas zoom call last night for a political candidate twenty minutes before his nets were slated to tip off so much going on. Here here's head. Coach steve nash on his point guard. And where things are you sure. Can you sure like. I said right now. I got to focus on coaching. The team even get the best out of him. So i can't make any predictions are prognostications about things that are outside of this building this evening. We got our hands. The you know we've had this five games in seven nights and we're in a place where we're really trying to put our foundations and saw my hands are full there. Then that's really what i gotta focus. I don't know if i was asked to. Curry was coming back. My answer would be of course not sure i was getting more comfortable with of course than a shore but crisper serge's is joining us. Now broussard will. What did you make of the latest news surrounding kyrenia in. What's natia to say in all of it. Well i let me start with this caveat. hopefully you hope and pray that there's nothing serious going on with kyrie irving whether in his family or mentally or something like that from talking to people about various people about this situation. I don't think there's anything serious like that going on. I think everything is fine in that regard. But i just had to throw that out there. I want to say a few years ago a couple years ago a few people around the league told me this and it's pure speculation but they said don't be surprised or i wouldn't be surprised if one day kyrie irving just shocked. Everyone and walked away from basketball now again. That's pure relation on their part but it's based on their knowledge of his personality and just seeing his moves in the nba. Then we have kyri last june about six weeks before the teams went to the bubble sane on zoom call with other players. I'm willing to give up everything for social justice reform and then last night we have him on a zoom call for the democratic candidate for manhattan district attorney while the nets should be are playing their game or right before when he should have been at the nets game. I kyrie irving is acting like he does not want to be a professional basketball player and i stress professional. There's a difference between professional basketball player and a basketball player of professional basketball player. Plays when he doesn't want to at times. A pro basketball player play is available understands. He has to go out and earn that paycheck of pro basketball player or athlete plays through life circumstances and dramas and the nets have got to get to the bottom of this pronto. If kyrie does no longer to be a professional basketball player they. He asked to make a decision he asked. Let them know. If i'm the net. I think i re down and i have this conversation with him and i also tell him. You're not getting paid for the games. You've missed already and you won't be getting paid for the games you presumably miss. Because i assume that leaves gonna put him under quarantine for colby violations from that party. If kyri says he wants to play a he does want to be a pro basketball player. I accept that. And then as soon as i'm done talking with him i pick up the phone and start calling around the league to trade him and i don't know who would take him at this point but if the houston rockets would take him. I would trade him for james harden yesterday.
Covid-19: Rapid tests for asymptomatic students to be rolled out
"Is is grouping grouping together together Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 tests tests results results from from school school kids kids a a technique technique meant meant to to streamline streamline and and reduce reduce the the cost cost of testing. Watertown Public schools and a few others, including Wellesley, have been using weekly pull testing to test asymptomatic students and staff and evolves, mixing several samples together in a tube to be sent for testing rather than testing individuals, Watertown superintendent explains nurses there perform quick painless No swaps results are quick. If a pool is positive, the school calls each person It has them getting individual rapid test first thing the next morning of another positive results, they enclose contacts will quarantine allowing all others to return to school pool testing allows a lot of people to get tested in a cost effective way. Watertown administrators believe along with preventative measures, it's the reason kids have been able to stay in school even as community covert rates, Serge That's W S XT. Boston's Christine McCarthy reporting. Officials plan to expand pool testing toe all Massachusetts schools. Health experts
Is This An End Of An Era For The Raptors?
"Yeah, this was this is Rock Bottom in the Navy for actors team that everything I said about them State of the Union. Okay this moment. I can't believe what's happening this team a team that could execute defensive game plans, like nobody's business box and one Tatum out of games cut off camera from a playoff series. I don't like it's just hard right now. I don't know what's going on with that you okay though. This is what I want to know. Now I'm going how are you doing? Yeah. Yeah, like I'm worried about you seeing an end of an era with this team and they were fun Squad they what they wanted the most unexpected Championship ever in 2019, 2010-2020. They delivered us one of the best playoff series we've seen, you know, serious that needed a crowd looking back on it was so good that we needed like the memory of the crowd reaction to those games. I know it's dead like this team is just in shambles. I I like I don't know what else to say. And you know, Nick nurse was kind of laughing free game talking about all the adjustments. They were going to make an do any of them really worked extra Wings some of the deeper bench guys Matt Thomas and seriously. What are we talking about here Serge Ibaka was great in the playoffs. We all know Marcus all struggled immensely them. So those losses were something there. I gave the team still intact and they just aren't locked in. We know Pascal siakam is in a different world than where he was before the contract extension and the last postseason berth. So they have an issue on their hands and Jimmy you said a couple of games ago has Nick nurse lost that team. It might not be any of his own. I mean they they really are in a tough position being down in Tampa Bay house where nobody lives where are beans is renting a condo and like everybody's just kind of camped out hundreds of miles from home and they're playing you two straight games on the road there in an impossible situation, but one in fact, I mean that's just
COVID Field Hospital Set To Open Monday In Lowell, Boston
"Hospital said to open tomorrow in Lowell, The city of Worcester has the only active field hospital accepting patients, and they're preparing for a post holiday, Serge. Dr Gregg Leslie says the D C U Center expects 75 of their 100 beds to be full by the end of the day. Today, we're getting so many calls to send patients here from other hospitals in the state. We know that they're dealing with the exact same issues. The field hospital opening tomorrow will be located at the U Mass Lowell Campus Recreation Center. Nurse
"serge" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news 1000 and FM 97 7. We think that you would need somewhere between 70 75 80 80% of the population vaccinated if we get that way, would develop a umbrella of immunity. That would be able to protect even the vulnerable who have not been vaccinated or those in which the vaccine has not been effective. You can get that kind of immunity with that. Percentage of people. Dr Fauci there and how much of the American population needs immunity to the coronavirus for life to return to normal for more. Let's bring in surgeon general Doctor Drome Adams and Dr Evans. I want to ask you you, among other public health officials have been urging people to stay home for the holidays to forego large family gatherings. All right, but we've seen a lot of people traveling. The T. Essa says that seven million people were screened in the week leading up to Christmas. Are you concerned that we're going to see yet another post holiday, Serge? Well, we're very concerned, and we always see a little bit of a bump after holidays and sometimes Ah, large bomb. But what the important thing for people to understand is that even if you traveled, it doesn't mean you just throw your hands up in the air and say, Oh, well, there are measures that you can take in the CDC. I'd like to remind people recommends that 3 to 5 days after travel or after you've been around people without a mask on You go out and get tested. And getting that test now means that if you were exposed to asymptomatic spread from someone else we can find out and we can limit your ability to spread to others. And you should definitely stay away from vulnerable people. Your grandmother your aren't over the next 14 days or so if you traveled, so you don't give them a corona virus from your holiday gathering. The CDC is now requiring a negative test for any travelers coming from the UK, But officials had been downplaying that the threat of these of these new strains that we're seeing these variations in the UK I think you had said earlier this week that a mutation doesn't mean the virus is more dangerous. Or more deadly. And Dr Fauci said that these thieves variations may already be here in the United States. So why Why this new step? Why this new restriction? Well, important for people to know that we're layering protection on top of protection on top of protection. No individual protection is going to be 100%. A lot of Americans don't know that back in March through the presidential to 12 F authority we restricted the ability of people to come to the United States from the UK and travel is down 90% even pre knowledge about this new variant from the UK, So we've already had severe travel restrictions from the UK Testing within 72 hours, even 100%. It's not perfect, but it does further decrease the number of people who will come in and then what we recommend to people, according to the CDC, is that once you get here you still isolate for seven days if you've had a negative test or for further longer than that, if you don't get a test on this and 10 to 14 days So those things later together will significantly decrease our chance of exposure to a new variant. But here's what the American people most need to know. Mitigation works. The science shows that it works. So if you're worried about a new, potentially more contagious variant, it is that much more important that we follow the four W where a mask wash your hands watch her distance on the fourth one is wait on gatherings, especially with one last holiday coming up. New Year's. We need to be very careful. So, B before you go. I want to ask you about you know you have these warnings, T o urging people small gatherings, you know, forgo the traditional holiday, You know, large gatherings, and then we saw Vice president Pence on Tuesday. Go to Florida and I got a picture here of this rally. He he addressed packed people no social distancing. Not a lot of masks. I mean, what Had dismissed. Dismissed. Hurt your ability. Your effort. To model good behavior and to urge people to act responsibly mean why Why is the vice president doing something like that? Well, I can only speak for me and what I consistently say if we need to understand how this virus spreads its breadth person to person when we're close together, and especially if we're not wearing masks. So we need to do everything we can to protect ourselves from this virus because we've got vaccines. Hope is here. It's not on the way it's here, and we're quickly getting people vaccinated. So everyone out there Get the facts about vaccines from a trusted resource for that you can get the vaccine when your time comes because that's how we end this pandemic. But we need to remain vigilant now and all quarters where mask wash your hands, watch your distance weight on those gatherings that we can get if many people as possible across the finish line. That's how we beat this virus. And I feel confident that we have the tools. We just need to have the will to actually utilize those tools effectively so that everyone gets across the finish line..
"serge" Discussed on KGO 810
"Manzini Sleep World. Wide selection of savings is available online, by phone or by private in store appointments. Visit them at sleep world dot com a little bit more on the top story on ABC, and that is Gavin Newsom, choosing Secretary of state Alex Padilla to replace Kamila Harris in the U. S Senate idea will become the first Latino to represent California in the Senate. He's a former state senator, former city councilman in Los Angeles, and he was elected twice as California secretary of state and is the first Latino to hold that office. California has recorded a half a million Corona virus cases in the last two weeks alone, and Governor Gavin Newsom says it could lead to an extension of a stay at home order. Crease. We are anticipating a substantial increase in the hospital, Serge you're correct some of the modeling suggest in that 90 plus 1000 range. No seams. Top health officer, Dr Mark Galli says the state fears that some hospitals will exceed their existing surge capacity. That's not not even counting the ICUs. Another freeway has become a crime scene in the Bay Area. The CHP is investigating a deadly shooting along one on one in San Francisco happened you're Cesar Chavez about 9 30. Last night, One person was killed. The second was hurt. And this news update A sponsored by the ex surgeon temporal scanner. Everyone's temperatures very throughout the day. So it's important that you scream for fever in the morning and in the evening fever is a sign of covert 19. So stay safe with the ex URGENT temporal scanner. That's update your driver on the Bay Area, checking in with kgs Mark Nieto when the Children auto body traffic death westbound 80 in Solano County. There's a crash at Meridian of Onion overturned car, The right lane is blocked. And it's fact that beyond midway where there might be another rack now, if you're on the Nimitz, there is slow going south bound. Into San Leandro. They have been doing some roadway sweeping their meantime, North found 8 88 High Street erectus got clear to the shoulder with traffic. They're backed up. The Helgenberger and an accident on South found six CD right around south mission that is over on the right hand shoulder even heading out of San Francisco eastbound on the sky wage flows from fourth Street out to the lower deck. Meantime, heading into San Francisco, just a minor toll plaza delay, But there might be a fender bender right before the island over on the shoulder on the westbound Bay Bridge. Hazy sunshine this afternoon highs will be in the mid fifties to the low sixties, and this is basically the trend up until Christmas Day on Friday more clouds late in the day, bringing rain and then you can expect rain on and off through next Monday. This weather report sponsored by the Commonwealth Club become a sustaining member of the Commonwealth Club for just $10 a month join a community cultivating civil discourse. Stay well informed while improving access to enlightening and thought provoking programming for all I'm Red Burkhardt, ABC seven's Dan Ashley in for Mark Thompson. Next on K G Away. 10 like.
"serge" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Between eight inches and 12 inches, and it could dunk and power for residents across the water in New Jersey with wind gusts of up to 40 MPH. In fact, New Jersey Board of Public Utility says crews are ready to respond to outages throughout the region. Elsa, reminding residents to charge their phones and do travel carefully if you have to go out food insecurity in the tri state area getting worse duty Covad 19 as Lisa G reports Tuesday morning, David Kissel back of the Meadowlands, Y M. C. A said hundreds of cars lined up at the Meadowlands to get free meals. Blinds today are actually longer than they were during the summer Thistle, Beck says at the start of the pandemic. They were handing out 70,000 meals a month and now it's up to 200,000 month. This is the Meadowlands Y M. C. A s 43rd distribution event. I'm Lisa G W. O R. News. A female worker is dead, the victim of an elevator accident inside of a hell's kitchen supermarket. It was about 4:30 P.m. at the Food Emporium on West 43rd Street. She was struck by the freight elevator and fell down the shaft of 39 year olds. One woman's name is not yet been released. They're DiBlasio proposing a full shutdown of New York City again later this month. He's got Pringle with more. The mayor is expressing concern about rising coronavirus. Hospitalization numbers. Clearly these numbers that I went over a moment ago. They're going in the wrong direction. So de Blasio's proposing shutting non essential businesses in his words right after Christmas, he says This would be similar to the shutdown in the spring. If we implement that, with some good luck and hard work, and with the vaccine starting to help us, you know we could be out of that in a matter of weeks. But having stopped the worst of this, Serge de Blasio says he's been talking to Governor Cuomo about it. The governor has final say. I'm Scott Pringle. Double the orgs hoping tracking projects is on Tuesday. More than 2900 Dance were reported pushing the toll in the U. S past 303,000. The number of people hospitalized continues to break records, The project says over 112,000 Americans are currently in the hospital with over 21,000 in the ICU..
"serge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All throughout this year and up to this very moment. To make sure the American people have access to the health care that we want any member of our family to have us. We'd meet this pandemic, he said. Help is on the way with the vaccine president like Joe Biden is expressing regret it. The lack of leadership is. He spoke after a video conference with some state governor says all feel there needs to be coordination from the federal government first. Delivering economic relief to the city states and travel communities. Lost revenue from Cove. It The cost of cover recover is devastating to state local budgets. As governors, as all indicated. We've got to come together. The federal government has to deliver this release sooner rather than later. Yeah, he says he has to be working together and he needs to have information from the Trump administration. Now is the U. S. Continues to set records and Serge, he says there needs to be masked mandates test should be available to everybody. When asked what the world is witnessing, and the Trump administration blocking his transition. Let me choose my words here. Think their witness seen incredible irresponsibility, says the president will go down as one of the worst presidents in U. S history, he says it's hard to fathom how Mr Trump thinks the Trump campaign is continuing to try and disrupt the transition process. This is Georgia has now ruled that its recount that Joe Biden has one, but Rudy Giuliani up front and center is saying Yeah, he expected it doesn't matter. The recount being done in Georgia will tell us nothing. Because these fraudulent balance we'll just be counted again because they wouldn't supply the signatures to match the ballots, and President Trump has personally called elections officials in Detroit And I suggested that state legislatures in Republican controlled states name their own electors to go to the electoral College. None of this has gained any traction, and the Hong Kong government says it firmly opposes and strongly condemns the joint statement by the foreign ministers of U. S. U K and three others on China's decision regarding disqualifications and alleged go It says the statement contained deliberate mis representation is on internal affairs of China in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Doug prided. Thank you. Mark Conan is our guest. He is a group chief financial officer at a Joining us from Hong Kong Mark Thanks for being with us. It's pretty dramatic. The contrast between the covert cases in both the US and Europe and what we're seeing in Asia. How does that inform your strategy at this point? Greatly. It's at the corner stone of how we're seeing the world clearly. With China emerging first assess a significant a major global component or component of the global economy by emerging first and not having to Take the same route. If you like the same pathway that other great economies, large economies have in the world in terms of stimulus and physical support. China comes out of this crisis in a very different shape to the rest of the world, and that really does inform The way we think about allocating assets, and the easiest way to your reference to that is just look at where interest rates are in China versus the rest of the world significantly higher. On DCI. China is now attracting inflows into its bond market at the same time that it has the intention to liberalize its financial system on attract those flows, which is becoming a sort of virtuous circle in terms off strong currency. Growing economy, almost getting back to levels that we saw pre crisis on dlim, paralyzing capital market, So if you think about that Relative to the rest of the world. It's a it's a radically different position. You're putting money into Chinese bonds, because, yes, this high return, but that does carry with it. Higher risk, doesn't it? Yeah, of course. I mean that you have to assess you know, from where from where you're investing. So this is not advice to go out to individual investors sitting, you know, sort of upstate New York or somewhere in Europe. This is this is about institutionally institutionally investing on bond markets. As we know are global. On as these capital controls over time, the liberalization of the capital account continues to make progress in China. I think international institutions will build up their positions in Chinese. Bond issuance on do this is we're on that journey. And yes, we are in very constant question. We are adding to our portfolio in that regard. He is a very difficult At the moment globally to really get yield on a risk adjusted basis that balances out this sort of various risks that you need to consider markets are stretched as a result of government intervention in many places in the world. We haven't seen that level off intervention in terms of the manage money supply in China. And there's every reason to believe that the financial system comes out of this in in relatively good shape. Is there a need very quickly here? Mark four for the Chinese government to do a little bit more when it comes to infrastructure. Yes. So I think we will be very much focused on what emerges from the forthcoming five year plan, and I think there's great expectation to see any additional support coming through the form off infrastructure investing. I think it's fair to say that Authorities have bean pretty cautious in terms off both providing monetary and fiscal support through the crisis because learning the lessons from.
"serge" Discussed on KOMO
"Of color were still denied at that time, even when it was supposedly extended to everyone. Native American women were not considered citizens. A lot of women of color. We're not allowed to vote or we're disenfranchised for various reasons. The creators of the exhibit teaches a great deal about the marginalization of voters. Disenfranchisement voters depression. It opens today and runs through Sunday at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma. Carleen Johnson. COMA NEWS Come on news time 6 51 that's trying to get to our propel insurance Money. Update BOTTLENECKS. INCAPACITY Strained supply chains are becoming more evidence in the earnings reports of retailers. Some clothing cos they're telling investment analysts at the delays caused by a crush of imports heading into USC ports have pinched there. Restocking efforts, creating a dragon inventories. Justus. They're trying to get goods lined up for a critical selling season. Transport equipment and containers remain out of position because of earlier disruptions. Ah federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon that accused accompany failing to stop the spread of the Corona virus by creating unsafe working conditions. Referring to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Four employees at Amazon Staten Island Fulfillment Center filed the complaint in June. That's your money now. Jennifer Cash Inca Co. Moh news Wall Street is off and running this morning, The Dow Jones industrial average is up. 476 points or one and three quarters of a percent. The S and P s up about 1.5% of the NASDAQ's up over 1% Come on news time. 6 52 coming up how to protect yourself and your family is covert cases. Serge, I'm her wife's bomb with some expert advice. Go to brands are go twos for a reason, because you know what works Best for you and for your customers. Lows just added another program. Brandt Eaton's arrow heart products available exclusively in our isles and online, making us the first retailer to carry the safety and reliability.
"serge" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Corona virus. Serge has 21 states hitting the pause button. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Some places that were loud, open or closed again from California to Texas to Florida. Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez has signed an emergency order. It takes effect on Wednesday. And what it does is it shuts down restaurant dining. Room's Jim's fitness centers and short term vacation rentals. Fox's Jonathan Serrie President Trump wants the media to focus more on a decline in Corona virus deaths, and he wants kids back in class this fall. Today, the president and the first lady are going to be participating in a national dialogue on safely re opening America's schools, something that is absolutely critical to get the economy fully back up and running. By allowing parents to return to work boxes. Kristin Fisher Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is waving off the president's offer to send federal help after spike in deadly shootings over the weekend to kids. Among those killed, he could help support passage of common sense gun control After a violent weekend in Atlanta, Georgia is governor's declared a state of emergency. They're foxes Evan Brown as more live today, Five people were killed in Atlanta over the weekend. Overall 30 worship hidden shootings and now Georgia Governor Brian Campas. Sending in the National Guard to help keep order. He's getting praised for that move. This is the thing that has happened because it shouldn't take a tragic death for somebody all the time, but, wow, we need to enforce the law. Georgia Congressman Doug Collins, a Republican. Some Democrats, however, say the governor has reacted little to covert 19 issues. And that deploying troops put puts lives at risk. They've I've been a deputy U. S. Secretary of state's in South Korea trying to rekindle stalled nuclear talks with the North. South Korea's president is proposing 1/4 meeting between President Trump on North Korea's Kim Jong Eun. But the North, saying it has no intention of holding a face to face meeting telling South Korea to stop. Fox is Simon Owen, America's listening to Fox News. Another fatal shooting at the Hoover Galleria put safety measures for shoppers.
"serge" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Serge has 21 states hitting the pause button. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Some places that were allowed open or closed again. From California to Texas to Florida. Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez has signed an emergency order. It takes effect on Wednesday. And what it does is it shuts down restaurant dining rooms, Jim's fitness centers and short term vacation rentals boxes. Jonathan Serrie President. Trump wants the media to focus more on a declining Corona virus deaths and he wants kids back in class this fall today, the president and the first lady are going to be participating in a national dialogue on safely reopening America's schools, something that is absolutely critical to get the economy fully back up and running by allowing parents to return to work boxes. Kristin Fisher Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is waving off the president's offer to send federal help after spike in deadly shootings over the weekend to kids among those guild could help support the passage of common sense. Control after a violent weekend in Atlanta, Georgia is governor's declared a state of emergency. They're foxes, seven Brown as more live Today, Five people were killed in Atlanta over the weekend. Overall, 30 worship hidden shootings and now Georgia governor Brian Camp is sending in the National Guard to help keep order. He's getting praised for that move. This is the thing that happened because it shouldn't take a tragic death for somebody all the time, but, wow, we need to enforce the law. Georgia Congressman Doug Collins, a Republican, Some Democrats However, say the governor has reacted little to covert 19 issues. And that deploying troops put puts lives at risk. They've Even a deputy U. S. Secretary of state's in South Korea trying to rekindle stalled nuclear talks with the North. South Korea's president is proposing a force meeting between President Trump on North Korea's Kim Jong Eun. But the North, saying it has no intention of holding a face to face meeting telling South Korea just stop Fox's time unknown Americans listening to Fox Now here's your Storm Team, 10 forecast today. Highs reach the upper seventies with some sticky humidity.
"serge" Discussed on Family Secrets
"serge" Discussed on Family Secrets
"I'm Dani Shapiro and this is the way we live now. Today is day number thirty five since many of us have gotten the memo about social distancing and staying at home and Dana number. One of this podcast before I introduced today's guest. Let me introduce the show like all of us. My life changed on March eleventh. That's the date it seems. The global pandemic became inescapably real for most Americans the TRIFECTA of president trump's travel ban the cancelling of the NBA season and the news. The Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson had contracted cove nineteen all happened within a crazy couple of hours. I was home alone with my dog in rural Connecticut. My son who's a college? Sophomore was in London for this semester. And my husband. A recent cancer survivor was in Los Angeles directing a film within days. We were all home. Maintaining social distance. Even from each other self quarantined movies. Semesters abroad plans. Travel suddenly put on indefinite. Hold thirty five days later. This is the way we live now. I imagine that we all have an emblematic moment. In which we felt in our bones that life was suddenly different unrecognizable. Mine happened at a bakery. I drove to our local small bakery to buy a loaf of bread when I parked my car and went inside. The shelves were empty. Two loaves fresh loaves were on the counter and wrapped to go. I'll take one of those please. I asked the young woman behind the counter. We're out of bread. She said. You're out of bread disbelieving. I turned around and walked out. Another car pulled into the small parking lot. I recognized the woman who got out. Our kids have been friends when they were little. They're out of bread. I told her oh I called. And they're saving to lowest for me. She answered both of us kept moving. I drove home empty-handed.
"serge" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"To take that week off yet. Yeah I'm not. We're not being so hard core about our Thursday night. Is Roy but pretty much every Thursday. Yeah pretty much. For instance this coming one will be after for my my Christmas party from work. So we'll see what state I'm in. New Hope was not too wild part of all right as we wrap up do want to Promote another one of our podcast Sunday podcast. That's our interview show and This coming Sunday Bob. You've got a chance is to Talk to another youtube reviewer. Who goes by the name of metal? Yeah Metal Complex Man. This guy has put out so much content the last almost two years. He's only been two years and he's got hundreds of videos why and he's got different series series about finding the perfect budget knife finding the perfect knife life up just different different angles at which he approaches his videos. This guy knows his stuff and has he has a coterie of people pull sending him sweet knives to borrow and check out and I need that Coterie and the accurate I need a group of people are like your up. Take this knife borrowed indefinitely and then send it back when major brilliant video right so if there are any of those people out there. Maybe that's the part that we're lacking is the brilliant video art. Jim's been on me to make more videos. It's true I will. I will well anyway. That's enough janke dot com slash YouTube. That's the knife stuck his youtube channel. So yeah that'd be fun though to get some different knives that You don't have in your collection. Kinda give your honest review and opinion and get some interaction action going so yep were shot there. So we'll see what happens with that. All right wrapping up the supplemental edition lots of stuff. Covered here. any thoughts from you please. He's called the listener line at seven. Two four four six six four four eight seven let us know your thoughts about any of the topics agree or disagree or have suggestions for anything. You'd like to here in an upcoming podcast. We'd love to hear from you and definitely want to get your ear Engagement your the feedback and also an honest rating or review so whatever podcast APP. You're listening to please give us a rating review. Let us know what you think. Come out and I'VE JACKIE DOT com. PODCAST got a question or comment. call the knife junkies listener line at seven two four four six six four four eight seven all right so Robert. I think we're running out of time although there's not a time limit but hey we try to keep it short as we can but you know cover the point but anyway wrapping up this supplemental podcast. Final thoughts lots from the knife chunky. Well One thing I was thinking about As this gift giving season if you're GONNA buy knives for people I understand that overwhelming desire to buy knives people but think about what they would want and what they would find useful and by that even if it's as kind of a square thing to you it's a product that doesn't appeal to you. Think about what they might want because there are a lot of if you put yourself in a different mindset. There's so many cool knives out there that you earn even considering good advice for any gift I think about what the person receiving it would want and get get that for them. Power for Bob. The Knife Junkie DEMARCO. I'm Jim Person. WanNa thank you for listening to our right. Midweek edition of the Knife Junkie podcasts. Thanks for listening to the Ninth Junkie. podcast if you enjoyed the show please rate review review the PODCAST DOT COM for show notes for today's episode additional resources into listen to past episodes visit our website the night junkie dot com. You can also watch our latest videos on Youtube. The ninth jokey dot com slash. Youtube checkouts. Great night photos on the knife junkie dot com slash instagram and join our facebook group. The KNIFE JUNKIE DOT COM slash facebook. And if you I have a question or comment emailed them to Bob at the knife jokey DOT COM or call our twenty four seven listener line. That's seven two four four six six four four eight seven and you may hear your comment metre question answered on an upcoming episode of the Knife Junkie podcast..
"serge" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Vikings Twenty one twelve. Will you mentioned into a couple of Knives thereby folks. You've had the pleasure to talk to on the knife Chunky. Pike and so I just want to kind of reiterate some some links here for folks if they haven't been names that's Astrid name-dropping Fan Mike. Knife drop in case Some folks didn't get a chance to listen to those in a couple of those were episodes way back in. The pasture Astra mentioned Jim Skeleton. That was back on sewed number twenty four. So then I'm chunky dot com slash two four and I've Chunky Dot com slash twenty four. Kurt Zepeda was on episode number number. Fifteen way back in the day. So the knife chunky dot com slash fifteen chunky dot com slash. One five mention the brothers Todd Knife and tool that was a fairly recent one number fifty four. I've chunky dot com slash fifty four. So definitely want to check those out as well. You hear that that was that was three cross promotional L. Name drops there. I'm like I'm a I'm a marketers. wetering okay sorry sorry. That was good okay. There goes our clean rating on. Yes or no teasing are yeah but It's interesting though as we look back on these things. I forgot to Mitch Kevin Clearer. You you mitzi yeah. He was actually on episode number thirty two of the knife Chunky podcast. I've jog dog whose line milk collecting connives knife chunky. PODCAST number thirty ready to live check. UPS is thirty two but anyway I was gonna say it's so cool that you've had a chance to talk to these folks that constantly seem to be in the in the knife if news segment or drop a new knives and that kind of thing. So yeah yeah in a lot of these guys are like Kevin cleary and others Nick Shabazz. They always have these these knives before anyone else seems to have them. It's never been my priority to kind of get the newest knife and review it. That's not what what I'm about but I'm so happy. Glad that there are people like the youtubers I've had on the show who are at the forefront of getting new knives getting new material from. I'm not only production makers but also custom makers and kind of seeing what's at the at the vanguard of knife design and manufacturing right now. It's it's valuable quick question. I WanNa ask you that kind of came up as you were talking about the the knives that you sold to get a couple of new knives and then you you know something. We've been talking about credit epic snuggle bunny. Who's been on the podcast before this Reduce and refine initiative. And the thing I thought about that was. Does that mean now that your collection is going to have a finite number because if your goal is knives so I'm gonNA carry that means. There's only a certain number that you can have so a gym. I'm going to answer that The quick answer is no but okay but but the but the more complete answer is Do you remember knife Thursday. I told you about night Thursday. They were guys who blog. And I'm sure they're doing something anthony. I'm I'm not exactly sure what happened with knife Thursday but it was a it was a blog and and Youtube Channel and to me for a while they were the experts they were Kinda alike at the forefront of. What's what's out there? What's going on but I? I remember one random video that I watched from them where where they were talking about. What is the number of knives you should have now for them? At the time they were they were custom knife collectors so so so it wasn't like they had you know Z.. T.'s and spider COZ and Emerson's and production knives at the head to worry about collecting slash wanted to correct but they came up with this number. Twelve knives twelve knives because twelve I can carry on a somewhat regular basis and appreciate but if they're expensive expensive that it's not so much that you know. The family is suffering or whatever. Have you heard so twelve knives. Now I'm way beyond that but the way I justify am first of all they're not God so so twelve knives might not be the number one. I'm pretty close to twelve already movie. That's what I'm saying. Jim You gotta leave room for the for the wilder pay pal money so I I have much more than that by the way have been justifying. It is that I have a lot of. It's almost all production is so I'm not buying twelve hundred dollar eighteen hundred dollar. Brian does marching. So I can make it up with volume but but not you notice how I'm talking faster and I'm feeling nervous you. You actually asked me to put an arithmetic at a numbers I limit. And it's kind of nerve wracking. Well I take it that. You're not going to limit her. Just going to not GonNa do the too much of the reducing do a little bit of the reducing to get to the really refining. Yes yes I cannot. It does make sense and I cannot so you know I cannot lose this Curator's mindset overnight. So you know maybe I won't exceed five Horn cliffs and and five boys all titanic. You know that kind of thing and then moved to fix blades and sorts NOCA- because you can always move to fix blades or swords resor. Other things weren't well The evolution of collection will only die when the collector decides to quit collecting. Getting so I think your your collection is always evolving. So there you go. I think you're right man. I just put out a door words of wisdom tonight I feel L. Tears all right. We'll grab a Hanky and I'll transition into something else you mentioned the was at the Roxy Roxy four from todd knife and MM tool that you're gonNA be getting here very soon that will talk about on this podcast and we'll see a video on youtube channel. I'm sure at some point and if you're not subscribe to the Youtube Channel. Oh please do so. The knife chunky dot com slash. Y T subscribe and I've junkie dot com slash white t subscribed that way. You'll be subscribed to that. I've Chunky Youtube Channel title. You won't miss any videos and you'll get notifications about win. The knife Chunky goes live for instance Thursday night knives. That's an junkies. New Live Thursday Thursday night video show on Youtube which you can watch their on youtube. Beth and I've junkie dot com slash youtube or the knife chunky dot com slash live and a Interesting show this past Thursday. That's where you kind of did the video edition of the Ninth Junkies. Most carried knives twenty nineteen. That was pretty cool. Yes it it is but what I wanted to say is if you appreciate the beautiful production value of this podcast. That's due to Jim now. When we do Thursday night knives Jim is behind a video switcher and the man works magic? It's not just me putting a a an iphone camera my face and go and live for an hour on you you too. This is like a fully produced this is like MSNBC or Fox News for knives the way Jim produces it. It's beautiful check it out and This last week I went up so low and talked about my ten most carried knives of this past year and it was a fun episode The episode before that. We had Alex to so from Alex's knife box on what a great guy he's become a good friend of mine and he comes from a high end collectors perspective. Steve I come from a different perspective. We great conversation and into the future will be doing the same. You mentioned the Roxie. Four designed by TERRILL. And Seth. Todd the todd knife and tool. That's also Zell Rick. Forty two you know him. From his youtube reviews he is going to be a regular co host on Thursday night knives. He'll be coming up this Thursday night night Malka and I'm happy about that. He's got a width and breadth of knowledge. Not only in He's been he's been putting out some of the Some of the top reviews of production and other knives over the past five or so years but his knowledge just gleaned from the design Zayn work. He's done with his brother. And then and then the collaboration work he's done with we and Best Tech. This man knows what he's talking about so her be great to have him on the show well in this Supplemental issue of the PODCAST is published on Wednesdays so Wednesday night. So if you're listening to this right when it came out Thursday night knives Is tomorrow. That's with Zoric going to be the CO host with Bob. On Thursday night knives. That will be the Thursday December twelfth addition edition of Thursday night knives which is a live show. He can't make it well. The stuff that's okay we'd love to have you live that we can come in and interact but you can always watch it on replay on the night junkies youtube channel so Every week Thursday night knives except for Think what the week of Christmas I think. We decided.
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"Podcast your weekly dose of Knife News and information about knives and knife collecting. There's your hosts Jim Person Bob. The knife Junkie Demarco took Hello Junkie and welcome to the supplemental episode of the Knife Junkie. PODCAST it's episode number sixty seven and I'm jim the knife newbie person. And I'm Bob. The Knife Junkie DEMARCO. Welcome to the show. Welcome to the mid week seeks supplemental edition of the Knife Junkie podcast the place for knife newbies and knife junkies to learn everything about knives and knife collecting. And you know Bob. It's amazing we. I always able to put some stuff together to to talk about mid week where you get a chance to kind of go. A little more in depth about some of the stories in the news new knife drops and talk about knives in general. And I'm hoping I know we're enjoying the show and hoping Listeners are enjoying it too. Well Yeah I think it was necessary to take some of the some some of the Yam ring off the beginning of the interview shows because people just want to hear the interviews India but there are things I want to say you know I do love the sound of my voice and I want to hear it a little bit. So you'll I'm sorry I'm sorry. What were you saying? I wasn't listening. So you'll find us on Wednesday right here Yama ring about knives. Yeah well and if you'd love to give us a comment about whether you like the mid week as supplemental what you do like which don't like suggestions gestion were more than willing to take constructive criticism suggestions anything we can do to make the mid week show better yet or or you could just mind your own business bob. A knife Junkin DEMARCO. That said that no anyway Good show coming up a couple of things we want to touch on. Then we've got the knife life news with a couple of tidbits and then a special kind of thing. We're going to talk about her boobs GonNa talk about. He's been on the the knife selling kick the past several several months. Kind of more of that reducing refined. So we're going to talk about some of the knives. He sold in the past couple of months. Maybe whether he regrets it and Some of the new knives lives. Maybe that have come in to replace. That's all that's coming up on this episode of the podcast. Visit the Nice Junkie online at the night Junkie Dot Com our. Before we get into a do you WanNa remind you that Our podcast today is brought to you by audio books. Now in listening has never been more convenient and affordable get fifty percent off your I audio book. Just go to the knife. Junkie Dot com slash audiobooks. Start Reading I e listening and say fifty percent off your first audiobook and I've chunky dot com slash audio books. That's with an S.. On the end then I know that's the only way I read as by listening to book so I love audiobooks Jim I never ever would have consumed moby Dick. Had it not been for audiobooks and man it is awesome to listen to. That's true I think reading it would take me about a Ninety years because I can I can only get about five pages before I pass out at night exactly. Yeah that's about my limit as well. You're listening to the knife junkie podcast guest and now. Here's the knife junkie with the knife life news so you remember a few weeks back. There was that terrorist attack in London. Where a guy was yes Had had a couple of days leave from prison to go to a a convicts re-education Class. It was in right in downtown London. Right right near where my wife used to live in the in the London Bridge district and During a break from that session he ran out with two two knives was and killed two people and stab some others along the way and ran across tried to run across London Bridge so two guys one was a Polish Cook. And I can't remember the other gentleman but one grab day a fire extinguisher in the other grabbed a Narwhal Tusk. Yes the Tusk of an are wall that will that looks kind of like a Unicorn Lives up in the north sees and has a giant test protruding from its head anyway. There were two on the wall of the place. This guy was in and he saw what was happening happening. He grabbed one of those narwhal tusks and went after the guy. So this combination of a chemical attack with the fire extinguisher and And Good old fashioned when lansing attack with the Narwhal Tusk. Plus the addition of a couple of other Residents and then the police stopped this guy this crazed lunatic but The the fact that it was done with a Narwhal Tusk. Kind of Whiz news you know and It made me personally. Feel a few things like hang. Maybe if they weren't so restrictive with other weapons this guy wouldn't have to rely on a museum exhibition something. Hang on the wall exactly but at the same time I I salute the spirit of that person in that culture that society that has the Puck to grab a Narwhal Tusk off the wall and and get after it but anyway around the UK. Now popping. Up Are these NARWHAL TUSK surrender bins. And of course it. It's a joke. It's a joke by a certain. I think conservative member of parliament. But it's sort of a A riff on those gun and knife by back bins and programs that you'll see in different Disarming societies and I it's just funny to me. You know drop your Narwhal Tusk here so you so. It doesn't fall into the wrong hands one when Anthony nor wall. Tusk don't make a fuss surrender your task. That was their little Hill tagline they got a great slogan Yemen they got a great sense sense of humor to the Brits over there all right more serious Well I mean that was serious or killed. Sorry I mean to demean that but couple of The recent terrorists that were taken out but an interesting little thing here about that Bob that you wanted to share. We were talking off air. You told me about this and that I had no idea this is just way cool and and and Jim. It's hard for me to tell whether it's an onion story and it's just a big joke and I'm not getting getting it or what but You know we went after this guy. al-Baghdadi recently killed him tears leader and then we went after someone last last week and actually the name of the person it escapes me. That's embarrassing in the moment but the important part is how it was done. Frequently we A commonly used weapon of assassination by US is the Hellfire missile and it's an air to ground missile. Agm One four and they ride around around on Attack helicopters but chiefly these days Drones like the Predator and the and the Global Hawk in that and the reaper. Those kind of planes that are it just kind of up there remotely loitering and waiting and so it's no no great surprise that we took out a terrorist with Hellfire but but these last two were taken out with hell fires that didn't have explosive warheads. Then bring the Hellfire didn't bring the Hellfire what it brought was A. Ah You know several thousand pounds of Connecticut Pain. These are totally Connecticut Warheads and in addition these Hellfire missiles have swords. What's that like out the out the side switchblades the blades facing forward pop-up upon deployment kind of like wings that sometimes pop out of certain bombs and missiles those once they're dropped from airplanes and so this is a a missile that is who's intent is to avoid collateral damage? Aren't you you. You have a target rolling through a city in a car and you drop a Hellfire missile on him with an explosive warhead and a lot of people die and a lot of damage is done. You drop a missile with incredible accuracy. That has Only kinetic warhead and no explosions. Well it's GonNa just demolish the people inside that car and that's about it so that's what they've created this weapon of but they had swords to its switch swords if you will like yeah yeah. It's it is amazing taking the very oldest weapon the very oldest tool and putting it on the very most sophisticated most modern and targetable weapon and Making a hell of a combination Marion Hellfire a combination right bringing knife throwing to a whole new level. If she will yes exactly from Guy I sitting in what wall swigs flying drone and going through throw US Loyola. Deploy the knives. Oh well we laugh and we joked it's serious business but I'm glad that technology is on our side. Yes absolutely more knife life news. Let's get to a knife drop. A new product case knives lives the sharp tooth. One talk about our friends over at Knife magazine have been talking about the shark tooth recently. They did a great ex expose. That's so dramatic. They did a a great big spread on the shark. Tooth to two months back and It is a a great modernized version of a case knife well along with their collaboration with southern grind last year. It's the shark tooth is pretty much. They're they're only modern kind of locking night. I I believe they have a couple of they. Have the copper lock in a few others that lock but that fit the sort of modern profile. The Shark Tooth is is is pretty unique. But they've just added a flipper to it and S Thirty five years till s thirty five yen steel also on bearings so in one sort of fell swoop case kind of emancipated themselves from the eighteen nineties into the twenty. Whatever were INS twenty questions and they're making not twenty twenty yet. I know not not not quite yet. But they're making a knife now. That is like totally modern. It's an it's in that modern format I look forward to checking it out and seeing you know really seeing what. It's all about that. That collaboration they did was southern grind was beautiful and I I know a number of people Jt from TT's knife life POPs to my immediately but people loved that knife but it's hard to tell how much of that was case in how much of that was southern. A grind. You know southern grind is one hundred percent adept and born in a modern folding.