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Lawmaker calls for investigation of Oregon ballot fiasco
"A state lawmaker in Oregon is calling for a formal investigation into a ballot printing fiasco that will delay results from Tuesday's primary by weeks in the state's third largest county As many as 60,000 ballots in clackamas county are unreadable by vote counting machines because a blurry barcodes The good barcode at the bottom is very intense black ink with crisp lines The one that's bad at the top is got some white wine It's got a little more figured out in the barcode area County elections clerk sherry hall says the process to count the ballots is painstaking It needs to be duplicated as exactly as the voter voted there original ballot There is a key house race in that district in Oregon Jamie McLeod skinner has the lead in the democratic primary We just expect all county offices to uphold the integrity of our elections Hall says she's used the printer for ballots for ten years without any problems I'm Ed
Edwards ousts Cawthorn, Budd Trumps rivals in GOP primary
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In Latest Gaffe, Biden Eats Before Troops Are Fed
"We have in studio one of our newest Friends former cabinet member of the Trump administration served in the United States Air Force in the naval intelligence of the United States and rose to veterans affairs secretary. Secretary wilkie, and of course now the newest national security senior correspondent or contributed to newsmax. So let's just number them. Number one, he said that we should use chemical weapons against Russia, which is illegal. He said to the 82nd airborne, you're going to see soon yourselves in Ukraine. And then he said, that man has to go, we have to get rid of Putin. All of those had to be pulled back had to be deleted, had to be winding out by The White House. And then, as a man who served this nation in the uniforms of two different services, can you explain why it's so important that whether you're a second lieutenant or the president, you don't eat before the troops have eaten, and he did that. No. In fact, that is the key to any great military leader. You see that your troops offended you see that they are bedded down. The greatest I think of all British officers was field marshal slim. And there's a great story there were two members of the House of lords who are lieutenant colonels. In Burma, it was the monsoon season, their troops were out, on the ground, pouring rain, mud, they were sipping wine and sherry in their tents with a heater. They were private that evening. If I can't slim, master them down to PFCs. Yes, two lords. That's how important that
Sheri Hooper, Founder of Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK), Saw a Need in Her Community
"But sheri has a unique story and one of the things we're gonna focus on a lot on this podcast is taking conservative ideas and putting them in the mainstream where many times those ideas or either hijacked is something only government can do and or that should only be in the realm of government or schools and others and sure you had this great idea and we're gonna talk about it today about a neighborhood for kids and we're not talking about a little neighborhood. We're talking about a kids where they can go and learn and explore and be themselves. But sherry, first off to our listeners, let's just jump right into this. Here you think about it. Tell us a little bit about your background and then sort of what led to this. I mean, you're a girl from lumpkin county. I mean, you know, what else tell us a little bit about you and then we'll get into the story. Okay. Born and raised in delonge. And with great family, background. And met the love of my life when I was about 21 in Maeve away. We quickly had kids three within 19 months apart. That would be twins if somebody's trying to calculate. And we moved back to Gainesville after my husband went through his fellowship residency and fellowship in Charlottesville, Virginia. And moving back into the community with small children, there was it was a challenge to find a place to go and have the kids play. And me as a mom feel safe. So starting out trying to get back in the community, met up with the sum of my ladies from church that had kids the same age. And we started play group in the basement of my home. And make a long story short, it grew so quickly because there was not only did I have that need, but many of the other moms in the community had that need to be able to get together, have their children play together and also have community within the moms or the
United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate
"I am going to be joined in this segment by captain sherry walker and captain Dave Morgan of airline employees for health freedom. They happen to be United Airlines pilots, and they are pretty good at what they do. 7 87 international 7 67, these guys are experts. They keep us safe. They make the skies friendly. They get us from point a to point B and now they are going to tell us their story about their experience with these vax mandates that have been spreading across the country. There is news today that osha has now at least temporarily sidelined this plan of vax mandates, pending circuit court, judgments that have fully put a stop to it, at least for the time being. So we're going to keep monitoring that. Dave Morgan, thank you so much for joining us, captain sherry walker. Thank you so much for joining us. Tell us a little bit about what you guys have been going through the floor is yours. I've got some tape, by the way, that we can play at some point in the segment of the CEO of United. I know you're not speaking on behalf of United here, but I do have, I think it's partner to what we're discussing. So I do want to get to that, but tell us what you've been going through. Tell us a little bit about your background. Are you guys getting paid right now? I went on unpaid leave a week ago on Friday. I'm a pilot for United Airlines. I was hired in continental airlines in 1998, so I've been here 23 and a half years. We've spent many years out in the island of Guam for Micronesia and three years ago, just before the pandemic, we moved from Guam to the great state of Arizona, and I'm on a fly 7 87 out of San Francisco. Pandemic came down the pipe and we pressed on. We are the front lines that we're willing to do whatever it took. What we are team of many, many people, and I'm just representing I'm a voice representing thousands who I wish also could have this opportunity to speak. But we work through this thing. And with a really can do cooperative spirit of let's get through this because I was also a pilot during 9 11. I remember that vividly. We worked through that. And then suddenly, on the back side of this, here comes this vaccine mandate. And those of us who pressed on and made the wheels turn airplanes fly, the people who were able to fly for point a to we were there to get them there. And all of a sudden, Scott Kirby says, we're not safe anymore. You're done. So as of last Friday, I've been placed on unpaid leave, and they've basically cut my cord. I have no insurance, no benefits. I can't retire. I have no access to anything. They have shut me down and to make it worse. I can't pass travel. I can't even jump seat on other airline jump seats. So I'm scrambling right now to see what I'm going to do with insurance. I have three boys, 12, 16 and
Halloween Special Repeat of "Walk Like an Egyptian" a discussion with Comedy Club waitresses. Show 8a - burst 01
"We're gonna talk about what it's like being employees to comedy club ladies and gentlemen. Let's hear for patty soule sherry lane stove owner well. That was pretty incredible. Alright so let's get thing kick things off of padding sherri. We already talked to lenin earlier. Podcast she was a hostess kitchen manager house. Mc and being an entertainer in managing so my club so historically very important but the club also wouldn't have had it success without a really tremendous staff that stuck around for many years and part of that staff patti and sheri who were cocktail waitresses back in the day. So patty will start with you. How did you come to work for me. It laughs well first of all. I'd like to say that i was head. Waitress knows what that's all. She earned the title but above where we got that out of the way. Any millennial listening out there. It was okay to say that back. Then i actually got started laps unlimited. Because i was dating your bartender one of your bartenders. There and i came in one night with him. just to see the show and It was a birdcage secret person who this was. This was ben tony. Oh i didn't. I thought you guys met at the club so you guys previously and he brought you in. We had been dating for awhile then. Tony is another a entertainer slash employee that we interviewed in a previous show. So i knew you guys at data for a couple of years. But i didn't know it was. I thought you meant out laugh so it was pretty laugh. So that's interesting so you came in as a guest an audience member. Did you have a good time. I had a great time. I remember it was wonderful. And i just i loved the whole atmosphere of the club itself and they happen to be short a waitress that night and ben. Tony mentioned to you. Lyn was could have been. T- may be or bob bob. Probably you know my girlfriend is out there in the audience. And i know she's had cocktail waitress experience so so i i just kind of went. Sure i'll do it so i was waitress that night night instead of being in the audience. That's hilarious great
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"We have a number of coaches books. Come out and i've been doing. This is about my thirtieth Interview i think We've have increased interest in having people wanting some coaching mentoring in the life. That nasty principles which we expected and so we have developed a few more Several experienced coaches and couple new ones that have brought on that have been doing have been practicing these principles for long time us. That people this to these are people who've been are ex clients of my or still clients of mine and they've been doing practicing these things for years and years some of them for well as long as almost as long as i've been teaching them and so we have that available for people who would like read the book or don't read the book and they are interested in these principles and how established daily habits. How little well rounded productive and successful life in would like some not just a lot of the coaching that we see is kind of like a raw sort of thing like go get up there and go get him. We teach some while we have plenty of Spending time with people and their visions in their goals we also teach them real skills to make dream systems. Most people like systems in their goals and runs at. That's what them so we teach real systems and then of course you've got your count ability so that we have that available and you will i get link or to that too so i can so so other people can get a hold of that and also i'll put a link on for your book but I would like linked to your coaching and to use so is that in. In the publicist material they received material. And it's like master info dot com that simple and i'm available sherry life master info dot com. I'm very accessible. If people want to talk to me well email me. Don't call me so they want they want to interact with me. Email me or do social media. I'm very. I'm very responsive to people got questions because i a mission charlie. I've got my own mission. So i make myself as accessible as i can bless you. What a wonderful. What a wonderful attitude. thank you so much sherry. It's it's been it's been a pleasure chatting with you. It has already. I really appreciate you helping me. And and i wish you well in the things that you've got going on you're trying to make a difference yourself and i feel that i appreciate that and i suspect you have a good following of people who are learning a lot from you thank you. That's very kind of you. I also want to thank our listeners. Tuning into the next chapter with charlie and until next. This is charlie hedges signing off by.
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Them you once again to the next chapter with charlie and my very special guest sherry sterling fernandez. Who has written a book life mastery and sharing. I have talked about life. The universe and everything about social responsibility personal responsibility about how you develop an entrepreneurial and a life that will make a difference on this planet. And i'd like now to do a bit of focus on cherry's book and the very astute principles that she put in there and sherry. You told me that you found a mini successful business. People can fall into the trap of a primary focus on business. Productivity business and productivity to the detriment of a balanced life that the life becomes their life becomes only business oriented. And so you right. You started a fitness program but then you also turned it into a life program. So you had the the fit body and then the fit life tell me about the transition of how you moved from fit body and a very successful jim would. It be called yes. It was about teak witness that we had voted very high in the boise right. Yeah and we did. Well we were. We were voted. Best in boise. Wendy or second another year and we had hundreds of people who the dorm wing. It really made a difference. Because we because. I didn't need to make a living off of it. I was able to do it anyway. What fitness top business. But i knew what was right and so we were able to do it. The right way and help people teach two principles and lifestyle and we really did make a big difference by me and my staff and my husband later When he retired from his business helped. So we We did make a big difference in that. So that was that me. Even almost from the beginning we had a personal development segment of meaning which was life What once people started getting fit. They were and they had these principles. They were learning in the self-discipline. They were learning then they wanted to go on and see what else could do right. I'm going to apply these principles my finances your to my work or To spirit my relationship or my spiritual life whatever it was so it was natural segue from fitness in two other kinds of personal development for people is why visit the physical self is the first chapter over of the eight segments of whole life. Because it's so often starts. They're not every time but most people will start they learn the disciplines they need and the the the joy.
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Grow from them are just gonna keep making the same mistakes over and over. that is so true sherry. It's so sad that that so many people cannot get over the past and believe the false stories that were told them believe the negative experiences. And just think that they are somehow cursed or destined to continue to experience that when that just is not that is not. the truth. doesn't come just with an overnight insight. It comes with commitment disciplined work. It comes with open mindedness. Willingness to to see that other people may be treated you unfairly but there was also maybe some of it was your responsibility and that you you have access. I mean you know you have agency to change those things that were negative in your life and and there's so many people and as they get older you know it seems seems to go a couple of different directions. You get deeper into your negative pathology or you sort of rise above it. And and i don't know rise above it is the right word but to mature and immature into what is almost a lost art. Many old people in that is wisdom. And that you use your experiences and and to me does not mean that you know what to do next but you know for other people what other people should do. Next is But that you have the right kind of questions to ask them. You're the right kind of have you considered x. or y. United just was speaking with a friend who wants to make a a major career shifted seventy years old and i asked him a set of questions in each said. Gosh we need to talk. You know because to me. They were wise questions. And i and i wasn't trying to guide him in any particular way because the guidance has to come from him it has to come internally but but my role as an advisor with him or coach or whatever you want to call..
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"We discuss the details of her excellent book. Life mastery personal progression toward an infinite potential. We talk about so many different things. We will talk about being victims about getting out of victimization about how we can pursue life in a way that makes sense that we can't truly take control and be masters of our life and sherry is fine life coach. She has had several businesses gone from personal fitness to life fitness and she has a desire to share that story with us and had done it so well. So let's welcome sherrie sterling fernandez to the.
"sherry" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Really get over it. I think you learn how to handle it. I agree. I agree. I who hardly agree with that. So you talk about there's no rule book in life. Yes. What do you mean by that? I mean that there's no book that tells us how to live life. There's no book that tells us how not to live life. We create our own rules. When you become a parent, there's nobody that says, here's a book, go raise your child. Just follow this. There's a lot of books, but there's a lot of books. Yeah. There's not enough information. Yeah, I need an operational manual. That's what I do. After the baby comes, it's like, wait, I miss a chapter. Hold on. Yeah. And when you take them home. Exactly. So there's no book and I feel like rules remain to be broken. There are rules there for a reason. And I feel like those are guidelines or things that people have learned along the way, say, hey, here's some guidelines. Here are some, here are some pointers. However, there's no reason to live by those guidelines. Guidelines say, go work in a little office square and say that for the rest of your life, because that's where you're going to be safe. Are you going to sit there and be miserable? Are you going to say, hey, what else is there out there that I can do? Are you going to be one of the people that follows the rules? It doesn't live your life, or you can be the one who follows the rules to an extent, but pushes the boundaries to see what else is out there. So I don't live in your life. Yeah, actually. Live your life. It is. Absolutely. A lot of people don't do that. They say this is what I need. This is what I was told to do. You go to school, you go to college, you get a job and whether you like it or not, you stay there. Yeah. Are you happy? How do you done anything? Have you gone outside of your state? Right. So. A lot of people have the thought that they don't deserve to be happy. And that's a whole other conversation. And you do. You do? Absolutely. And happiness is one thing to have. Exactly. It's not created by anybody else but yourself. And you're the one that has to dig deep if you're not happy and figured out how to do the work on yourself to get to that point. I don't think nobody should tell you how to live your life. You should tell you how to live your life. I whole, heartedly agree. Now, how do you, if everything you've been through, how do you, how do you not give up? Have you not given up? What is it that drove you to not give up? You know what? I had to learn to grow up at a young age. I started working when I was in fourth or 5th grade. That was my first job. And I learned to take care of myself. I learned to be independent, I, you know, I had challenges throwing at me all the time. But I was, I just, I never let anything stop me. And I just learned over the years and learned as I was growing that I could either let things stop me and I could essentially fail and just be miserable or I could say, okay, this is something that life is thrown at me. What am I going to do with it? How am I going to handle it? What ended? Eventually, what did I learn from it? So I either don't want to do it again or what can I take from it and go forward and use that as a life lesson to succeed? So everything that was thrown at me was like, all right, what am I going to do with this? Why is it? And I would question why is it being thrown at me? And how am I going to overcome this? Because I can't let anything stop me. I just, I had that mentality in that driving me. And even when I was homeless, I was like, I got nothing to lose. I've got my son. I've got everything. He's got a roof over his head. He's got his clothes. He's got things in providing food for him, but I've got nothing to lose. So let's go. Throw it at me because I was not letting anything stop me. Wow. You are a powerhouse, sherry, like. Seriously. You are the epitome of transformation. In your life. Thank you. You're thank you so much for being here today. I really, really appreciate it. Oh, thanks, I loved being here. It's always great seeing you. I love you. Oh, thank you. Thank you. If you'd like to reach out to share, you can reach her at sherri capy dot com that's sherry, SH ER, CAP, ET dot com. And if you do reach out to her, let her know that you heard about her here on life transformation radio. And thank you for allowing my very special guest. Sherry cafe. The judge your heart. Move your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm rob actis until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete..
Vaccinated Texas School Counselor Who 'Had Done Everything Right' Dies After Contracting COVID-19
"The dallas morning news vaccinated. Texas school counselor. Who had done everything right dies after contracting cova carrollton texas try. Vm academy six hundred student. Charter school from her hospital. Bed sherry wise went on facebook to contemplate. What went wrong sixty-six-year-old woman. she said. She did everything right. She was fully vaccinated early in the pandemic mask-wearing to avoid touching people. The one thing that changed however was her new job. She was a secondary guidance. Counselor at vm. Academy she wrote on facebook. Is that where i got it. Who knows it proves the you can do all the right. Things and still succumb tragically. She succumbed two weeks. After that post she died. Now these stories. You're not hearing much about in the mainstream media.
Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack
"The star of better call Saul is back at work after a health episode is back on the job six weeks after suffering a heart attack he has tweeted out a photo of himself getting made up to play the title character in the AMC series announcing his own return in the Tweedy says he is happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people he even gave a shout out to make up artist sherry Montesano soap making him quote not only for shooting holding crickets fifty eight he had what he described later that's a small heart attack on the set of the show in Albuquerque New Mexico on July twenty seventh I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Where Do Afghanistan's Refugees Go?
"Abc's sherry preston has more on what happens to those afghan refugees who are able to get out and seek asylum among the first things that afghan refugees would have to put down on the special immigrant. Visas or siv's that get into the united states is where they would want to go jennifer. Simon is in charge of resettlement at the international rescue committee which works with the us government to find places for refugees to live those coming into the country. Have either of family relatives. I wish is something that they would note their applications. There are several regions of the country with relatively high concentrations of afghan families already including northern california northern virginia and parts of
How Sex and Mental Health Are Connected With Dr. Sherry Ross OB/GYN
"This before people don't talk enough about situa health and it needs to be spoken about. It sought some something that we should be hiding something that should be absolutely open and honest about sir. What's the easiest way to help. People understand six health mental health and being a woman in enjoying six year at well and this is so important. I mean here. Here's the problem. Is that our sexual. Health is kind of a barometer for our mental health. If you think about it it's it's so true because we're just not talking about the subject enough in because mental mental health effects so many women depression anxiety and when you think about the stages of our sexual response right desire is is the most important thing right if you don't have desire right that's the starting line and of course if you have anti-depression or anxiety the desire is not there like that's the last thing you're thinking about right absolutely absolutely will your brain is your mind is going to change your brain and if your mind is worrying about stuff too brain is just going to go hand in hand with leave your mind is doing and then your body just listens to the brain so everything of shuts down so yeah that is so important and you know and it's such it's so interesting because men and women i mean we are we are so night and day in every way but especially when it comes to our you know what really turns this on what organ needs to be stimulated the most right is our our brain. It's above the shoulders. And so this is where men and women really differ in. Why if anyone that has any mental issues as it relates to depression or anxiety. You know they they don't. They're not interested. There's no desire so might. My approach is always. Let's talk about it. let's ask you know. I always ask my patients right. The legs go up. Stir up in. I wanna know how how. How sex are you having orgasms by yourself with your partner or are you enjoying them. You know you having any issues. You wanna talk about or share. Because it's just it's very awkward conversation even for doctors.
Chicago School Sends Student Home for Refusing to Wear Mask
"At a suburban Chicago high school Centre freshman student home for not wearing a mask this past week, Sherry Urlacher says from high school in Palatine dismissed her 14 year old daughter on Friday when she refused to put on a mask offered by a school official. She says her daughter return to school later that day Wearing a mask, she says it's her daughter's right to choose what's best for her body, and that decision is not for the school or the government. Governor J B. Pritzker says students from preschool through 12th grade must wear masks to slow the spread of Covid 19
Q&A: Is Bitcoin Bad for the Environment?
"I'm thinking about investing in bitcoin. But my sister told me that crypto is bad for the environment. Is that true. But i thought crypto is digital. So how is that possible. I know right. Crypto currency is entirely digital currency. So if it doesn't exist in the physical world how could it be affecting the fiscal world. It's a concept that can totally make your head spin but we have to study ourselves because it's one hundred percent true cryptocurrency is digital. I'm not gonna rock your world and tell you that there is a pot of dougie does coin at the end of the rainbow. The only way you're going to be holding dougie gone in your hands is if you come over to meet my dog coin penny and you can follow her at dougy cohen on instagram. Halfway so even though the currency isn't physical it is made by physical systems. And that's where the environmental impact comes in. Let's double click on bitcoin for a second because it's one of the least efficient cryptocurrencies to manufacture. And it's also been researched. The most thoroughly so there is belenky of data on the effects of its production process and here on money rehab. We do let us some data. So let's talk about how. Bitcoin is made we touched on this in our episode on. Nf teas but i think we're due for a refresher. Bitcoin is created in a process called bitcoin mining. But i promise you. The process of bitcoin mining is not what you might think of when you picture traditional mining when you think of mining you're probably thinking of well a mine with hard hats and caves and canaries but bitcoin mining doesn't happen in a mine. It happens on a computer and this is the interesting part of bitcoin. Anyone can mine. Bitcoin and you can do it from anywhere in the world so long as you have access to a computer that makes bitcoin completely different from government backed currencies like the. Us dollar. nick sherry. Note here if you want to impress your friends. The financial term for government backed currencies is fiat currencies. Okay back to bitcoin mining. Can you imagine if anyone could print dollar bills. Only that but imagine that you could just print dollar bills and do it at home. Without getting out of your. Pj's if this was a thing. I would do it. I wouldn't you so. Why isn't everyone making mining bitcoin.
Reflecting on the Tokyo Games
"Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo didn't happen without serious controversy, many questioning whether the games should have gone on at all. Given Japan's low vaccination rate, and the numbers of people who have been infected with coronavirus, ABC is Kenneth Martin is covered pretty much every corner of the Olympics while in Tokyo. And he offered his thoughts on Friday, just as the games were beginning to wrap up, Ken, you were there for a lot of the most dramatic moments of these Olympics. What's your take this year? What a year? I mean the masks the pandemic. Simone Biles, give us a rundown sherry. It's something that we've never seen before. A delayed plagued Olympics and I actually said, expect the unexpected when it came to these Olympics because We didn't know when we landed here in Tokyo. What was going to happen? We knew when it came to Covid protocols. They were pretty strict. I couldn't go out into public spaces. I couldn't walk on the sidewalks. I couldn't eat in restaurants, which is really tough for me. You know me Sherry. So when it came to what we saw here, I don't think I'll ever experience anything like it again. What were the most exciting moments do you think of of these delayed Olympics? Simone Biles was the biggest story of these Olympics, I think, and that's because all eyes were on this young woman who we had such high expectations. And she came in here and we were expecting so much. And then she said, No, I'm having an issue. I'm going to work on myself. I don't care if billions of people are watching me. My mental health comes first. And then, when she was ready, she decided to get back on the horse or balance beam. She delivered a solid routine and walked away with an Olympic medal. And what we saw is other athletes talking about mental health. So during the press conferences after a lot of these athletes competed. The American ones were asked about Simone Biles asked about mental health and they really opened up. They had honest conversations, and for many
Are the Democrats Using Creepy Cuomo To Distract From Nursing Home Scandal?
"Psychology. There's something called projection when you project onto others. What you yourself are actually doing andrew. Cuomo is now been credibly accused by charlotte bennett. Lindsey boylan anna rush analysts. Karen hinton jessica bakeman elissa mcgrath and sherry ville. That's a long list and possibly in violation to the law now. These reports are just remaining civil for now but that does not mean that there is no criminal conduct now. Being a scumbag or being a sicko is actually not unique to american politics. Being a scumbag and being sicko actually happens in both political parties. No party has a monopoly on scumbag. Ary what is unique and something that we cannot lose. Focus on through this entire investigation. Andrew cuomo harassing multiple women. which is of course sicko. Type behavior is the nursing homes. The nursing homes are actually a bigger scandal. Then andrew cuomo being a typical new york style politician. What andrew cuomo know about putting infected chinese corona virus patients in nursing homes. Why did the department of justice dropped their investigation into that. These are really important questions. And why is new york all of a sudden coming out with this report against andrew cuomo today. Are they trying to distract from something or trying to get ahead of this. Are they trying to put this kind of in the dead summer. New cycle
To Vaccinate or Not To Vaccinate: It's Your Right to Choose
"Have to all wear masks now because the stupid unvaccinated people says the president says the. Cdc are perpetuating the pandemic now. It would seem to me that if it's the unvaccinated who are getting sick and dying and i'm not saying this to be cruel i mean this out of one hundred percents sherry if it's the unvaccinated who are getting sick and dying that is on them that's on them. I mean if you smoke five packs of cigarettes a day and you suffer from lung cancer. Use smoke the cigarettes. I can't stop you from smoking a cigarette. If you engage in behavior risky to your health that is on you. How does your decision to about your body. Become my problem. You know what i did. I did what i thought i was supposed to do. I know that many of you have been critical for me of me for doing it. So be it. I got the vaccination. As soon as i possibly could. I believe president trump who recommended the vaccine vaccination who's operation warp speed delivered the vaccine. I believe in the science of the vaccination and i could be wrong incidentally might wind up with an eyeball grown out of my forehead and five years. I don't know that's my choice. My body my personal decision and you know what you should respect my personal decision. Just like i respect yours
"sherry" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey i have another amazing guests here. Today i have mrs sherry gutter serve remain. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Great pay ten. I'll listen audience Bit dodgy so i spent most of my career creating content in animation television kids by produce shows like the simpsons. Family guy grabs. I was part of the team that helped launch the cartoon network as executives on in head of production for dextrous laboratory power puff girls johnny bravo count chicken and more also had a career as a serial entrepreneur bring building all kinds of gaining virtual worlds and toy products for for kids so digital tack content sarah and currently i am producing a series for net flex and as well as i have launched a new venture that is in the educational space that is bringing engagement to learning so we are platform for kids that that really hopes to help kids fall in love with learning and get more engaged in better retention excellent so you michio some about favorite cartoons that i used to watch as an bill actually dixon's laboratory in johnny bravo those pump girls great chas but i wanna talk about kazoo and 'cause judean it's excellent So kazoo would do is educational app. Education always wanted to do something for education. I watched by kids go through the public school system for the good in bad of it in wall their now thriving adults in their early twenties. They're mazing. They struggled with education. And i always wanted to bring something from my world of engaging entertaining kids to the learning space and honestly with the pandemic bringing the issues to life of lack of engagement. Obviously distance learning brought it to the four fund of everyone's concern and opened up some opportunities for people to be more open to solutions in also technology continues to evolve as technology has evolved. It's it now is possible to do so much. More than for instance. When i thought about it in the past it was like why. Can i bring history to life with these amazing videos than storytelling in in storytelling was always at the forefront of it but it was gonna be about passive videos and nowadays we can go so much deeper we can do so much more and more and more kids are not learning the way that we're teaching them. Kids are consuming information in a very different way and this was an opportunity for me to think around a solution. Another factor in this is that i grew up living on various continents moving from know seeing cultures people stories and experiencing life and learning languages. Immersive lee seeing ruins the history to life for me and all those things shaped me into a storyteller myself in shape me into obviously the the entertainer that i am for that reason in. I think that the opportunity to bring that to learning was really exciting for me. And so that's what the impetus of kazoo excellence. So kazoo is an immersive at which students will be able to explore certain activities that the teachers will have for them. The question is what activities do they have their now. That students would use so kazumi who has not launched public yet. We are currently working on our first game. Which is a civil rights movement game. So it's a perfect opportunity to demonstrate. Is i tell you about it. The the world of do is a fantastical immersive. Virtual world is sim world. Which is a fantastical garden in kids. Walk around and take paths into different. Lands in each subject is a subject land in so when they go into the history forest they're able to click on a jerry blossom in the embark on a nineteen sixty three bus in their avatar ends up in the middle of the march on washington in nineteen sixty three in august on august. Twenty eighth nineteen sixty three specific. They're able to join the marsh so they speak to people of the time with stories to tell. They're able to collect artifact that the the secondary sources for them to evaluate in read and understand they're able to witness events of the times famous speeches etc. They get to pick up a sign so they learn when each of the signs represents what people are finding for in in decide what they want to put themselves up behind by picking up the sign and walk joining the march by hearing people stories. They start to understand the context of what brought the march to life. What would the events the prompted it in the cause and effect part of it so they learn about clinic kovin. They learn about montgomery bus boycott parks brown versus the board of education. Cetera et cetera. In really get to be there to get to witness if they get to experience get to talk to people they get to hear stories. They get to witness events in all of those things. Make it experiential in make it story base learning in fact that we retain information so much federal. When we're told a story were we need someone in have a conversation with them rather than being taught asks rather than being taught through a book or lecture where we to out and it goes. It's not relevant to us. It is our mission to bring that life to every subject for that matter into create a context in an application for the child to experience what they're learning about in the first game is the civil rights game. Eventually you guys will build our entire curriculum ago. V8 exactly our focus will start with third through fifth grades in across all subjects. Science math jarreds foreign languages as well as social studies history and then we will expand out to our music and other things as well in we will also then start incorporating some of the earlier grades but we wanna go deeper into content for for third through fifth grade but ultimately this'll be a k. through five platform. What curriculum are you guys basing your application so our intention is to. Our platform actually invites teachers to submit lesson plant. Because we wanna make teachers our partners so we want teachers to bring their wealth of knowledge in insight into what we do in then we bring the content to life in. It starts with the submission from teacher. Based on curriculum settle will be across all states. Some of it will be federal of at least state specific but we will find interesting subjects. That teachers submit will create a game. Are lesson quest around it. We will bring to life in. The teacher will get to monetize every time. That game is down in a while. So the curriculum will almost be like a net flicks based games where you would pick a lie to use netflix as bigoted. Like how you would watch a tv show but you just pick a game that is curricular based one of the things in the pandemic taught us that we can't just give kids games in and work. So what kind of data with the teacher being.
Child Tax Credit 2021: Payments to Be Disbursed Starting July 15
"Government in a partial advance on the annual child tax credit, Let's find out more half of the child tax credit families would have gotten next year when they file their taxes will begin showing up as early as Thursday in monthly payments. It's estimated that this could cut child poverty in the United States near The amounts have been raised somewhere between 1600 to 1000, depending on the age of your child that works out to $300 a month for each child under 6 $250 a month for each child age 6 to 17 monthly through the end of the year. The remainder will become available when you file your taxes or claim your credit at the end of the tax year. Neighborhood villages is a nonprofit advocating for child care policy reform. Lauren Kennedy is co president. These expenses don't get all lump. Together at the end of the year. What if you have a hospital bill that you weren't expecting the cost of childcare keeps going up and up. Certainly, this will help make it more affordable to raise a child. Sherry Small WBC Boston's NewsRadio, Massachusetts
The Inside Story: Niacinamide
"To google trends searches for niacin him. I'd hit a five year high last july. That's around the same time. Content creator hiram yarbrough started gaining traction on youtube and tick-tock and singing the praises of niacin tied to his millions of followers. The new york times has called yarborough a gen z. Whisper for his ability to make or break. Skin care brands among the under twenty five set he's previously told allure that niacin abide is his quote favorite ingredient. Chock it up to coincidence or consider it a testament to the power of tick-tock either way it's undeniable. That niacin has recently gotten a whole lot of attention in the skin world and to that we say it's about time now that we've piqued your interest. It might be nice if we explain what nias cinema. I'd is Dermatologist sherry march. Brian says it best noise cinem- my is a derivative of vitamin b. Three which the cells of our body need so. This is a necessary vitamin for our cells to function properly. The exact mechanism by which it works on. The skin is not entirely understood but there are lots of really good studies that show that both topically as well as orally it can affect the function of ourselves and the skin in
"sherry" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Welcome to another episode. Working experience podcasts. My guest today is professor sherry terkel. She is the. Abby rockefeller maza professor of social studies of science and technology at mit and the founding director of the mit initiative on technology. And self she has also licensed clinical psychologist miss magazine woman of the year and author of six books among them. The empathy diaries which i just finished and really enjoyed Some of that is because you grew up in brooklyn and i lived in brooklyn for about almost twenty years so welcome professor charcoal. Happy to be here. Lovely to have you. Yeah i loved all the. I love the paddle boats Be a an ice skating rink a few times and just really. When i moved to brooklyn i was so happy. I was at grand army plaza and at the park and the library was there and all of that. So it's really nice So can you Can we just start off. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself. Can you still hear me. I struggle ela you out for a second. I lost you for a second. But i think you tell me a little bit about yourself. Yeah so why. Don't we just start off there. Okay and welcome professor turco. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Well i was born in brooklyn and I was an academically oriented child from the age. Zero and i always My aspiration was to be brand to star girl reporter or nancy drew girl. Detective or anything. That would get me using my brains And i ended up Going to radcliffe which was the sort of intellectual girls dream. Mr nation in my day and The empathy diaries is really the story of how of how i tried to I try to show how my lifelong career interest in making the point that when technology races concerns about empathy caring human relations that my passionate interest in them rim comey towards me and my having to really struggle to get the necessary amounts of embassy in my own life And i. I've always wanted to write this book because i've always been interested in the question when people work is kind of lit. You know when you send. The people's professional work is passionate. Why is that. Why is that that people are driven to do their professional work. And so i kind of wrote a book about myself. Which is a book that i wanted to read about other people And so this. This book is the story of how i did. A kind of interrogation of my own case to figure out why my Personal life drove my professional passions and it turns out that empathy meant everything to me growing up than. It's meant everything to me in my purse in my professional life. So do you think people who are drawn to filmmaking. Federal mean whatever. It is teaching i mean. Is there something that you can identify in their background. That was a catalyst for that. That is something they draw on. Yes i do now. It's not always. Like what i discovered in my life. You said it's not only it's not usually a dramatic moment. It's not an aha you know. It's not necessarily like there's a smoking gun but there's a pattern of of concern. There's a pattern of disappointment. There's a pattern of seeing. This is a path out of something or this is a way to escape something Give you an example in in my life I was told mother had been married and divorced and i was the product of that first marriage and when she remarried. She told me not to use my name. My name was sheriff zimmerman. Which was the name of my first of my biological father at. She didn't want anyone to know about this. First marriage it. I was keeping this secret. And that went on through my teenage years that i would write a certain name at school and then hide my papers under lock and king so that my my half sister and brother yushi had more children with my stepfather Wouldn't know that. I wasn't detroit. Terkel milton turco later. Adopted me in turkey became my legal name. But for the longest time my name was not sherry turco and that That experience of being illegal of being a story parallel to the real story made me realize that in many families than in many situations. There's another story next to the official story and that was a great training. For a junior apologised. You know to learn debt next to the official story. There's another story the other story right right so you're sitting in a cloud you describe it. You're sitting in a classroom and you're one person at school and you're another person at home and marry. The twin can meet. Never few times. That i slept. It was devastating for. My mother was devastating for my relationship with my mother. It was a crisis in the family and because of the world that she lived in in the world that she wanted to construct for herself for us to have a divorce in the family for me to not be part of this one happy family was was completely unacceptable so i guess. I'm saying that these that experience of realizing that when you go into a situation that seems like brooklyn normal better it good idea to look more closely because there may be another story there. Do you think this was like a bridge into. I mean. I'm not very experienced with psychoanalysis. But i get the impression a lot of this is trying to dig into these layers and understand people's motivations and do you think that like.
What Are the Health Benefits of Astaxanthin?
"Nutrient? Now? Nutritionists love it because clinical research shows that fights fatigue while promoting muscle strength and endurance by one antioxidant measurement. It's 6000 times more powerful than vitamin C. It's 800 times stronger than CO Q 10. It can improve your depth perception, and millions of people in Japan use it every day to fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry torque owes is here to reveal the secret. She's practicing pharmacist and author She's written more than a dozen books on health, including the Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry Toko is good to have you here. Hey, there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrients we're going to be talking about. It's called asked Xanthan and Reader's Digest. They featured it brilliantly in an article called The latest it antioxidant Esta xanthan is a fountain of youth. As you mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from for promoting beauty from within as a capsule, But here in North America, people just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has 60 human studies, solid dating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention, and this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of, and diet. It's founded famine, but you'd really have to eat a lot of sand in like £5 just to get a good daily, though, as much as I love salmon, but I'm not going that far. Sherry. I didn't
"sherry" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok
"At the but yeah sherry antena convey clean and not saying that the rest of us were we going within. Its wholesome. You guys are wholesome and aesthetically speaking. You make a beautiful couple. I don't know there's a death barada video. I was talked into that one likely story. You are welcome honey card in. There was a little bit alcohol involved with that one so that is not my typical to mirror. The force lead three sleep to sleep videos. Here are a little bit. Call that pushing my world world bedcovers on it was like i thought we were going to get so personal for the sake of listeners and tina other on christmas day and they've been doing a countdown duet back and forth for the rest of us that are watching and they're you know personal and we also gave me permission again. If you don't feel like doing that it's not a big deal whatever. Skip day that we've done since nine been kind of fun to have the project in hopes the days go a little more quickly We did that your first trip. Didn't we honey we did. We did a bit like we got told you guys who he really got tired of ourselves with a couple of days ago shares like i think people are tired of cnn. Some look i don't care where you right. it's not. we're doing it for each other. That's right are you tired of seeing them. Wendy no not at all not at all. Enjoy all right good. Speak on behalf of all of tiktok lesbian. Tiktok keep going and go and do you guys you guys friends besides us with any other lesbian couples that have met on tiktok not like not the same level of friendship as you know. We haven't zoomed with anyone else or up with willie met with with tracy tracy an suv. have Become a couple of recent you get freely with the tracy looking at taps into so we met up with her tina that the android he we talked with when tina was here. We met for coffee and just got to know her little bit. Bird sued story so follow a couple of couples on piper in christie. And you know there's a lot of those majority of ones that are on the facebook group you know kind of follow along with them definitely heart for connected to but some the connection with you and marlena step very special very different yet. We appreciate you all are on a similar path. Yes it does like sometimes when you guys are talking about your story. I know it's like it's so selfish but it's like it. Sounds just like marlena on. I feel like it's almost a blueprint like nothing. That you were saying sherry about watching on tina's tiktok and just seeing like just seeing her story and her being so open and like the message he was delivering and she was like consistent. And like all those things i just like. I think there's just a lot of commonalities abbott. i'm not. I'm not as quiet as tina in son. I wasn't gonna say an like. Would you guys have any advice for anybody. Any lesbian couples that were doing the long-term take talk. You know dating term long distance relationship going back to work not being true to yourself now. What you need what you want. And that's whether it's long distance or around the corner thing again going back to being cleared. What you communicating. What you need and want and not letting yourself get stuck or frustrated and we've talked a couple of times about different. This is from at you. Know dating when someone's thirty minutes away that you really you really don't get the date you're living with each other. Basically from the first time you meet that you're not going to drive six hours and then have lunch and go home typic- The weekend together. And then you're gonna want to spend weekends together than weeks together so the date really become your your living together your cohabitating for a period of time. Were really have to be conscious of that. That's a different scenario than if you were actually dating so the earlier on you have to be aware of gear. Your own needs in that to lose yourself ended the communication like um tina's mentioned. It is huge decision. You know maybe. I need a little space. Right now are excellent. I'm not. I'm not too much out of my routine. I need to get back in my routine. Do you know that constant communication starts tips. That's would probably be the most important thing to be clear verbalize. What what you're needing because if you you don't ever want that resentment to come in at right because you know i'm hosting someone for two weeks but i still have to be doing things to keep myself happy that my regular routine things i would too and she needs to see that as well what you know what my life really is like you know. It's it's really wonderful dancing mixture of you know you're here and i'm excited i want to entertain you. I want you to the best experience possible but also still need to be treated myself. Do you think that being able to see each other in the content that you both share in advance. Do you think that that made a difference versus a dating app. I had experience with dating apps and the dating sites not some okay some not so okay what i really i think honed in on tiktok. Is that people who allow themselves to be vulnerable and continue to post consistently. You can get a really good idea of what their spirit is who they really are as as a person and if they're genuine in this you know I mean even looking at tina's picture. I was like there was something about her picture. Even it was like wow. It's right but then when they saw post the end saw who she got a glimpse into who she really was without her was kind of like looking through people right because she can't see me or see my reaction but i can see you see who you are. Epo can see who you are near. Definitely somebody i wanna get to know it. When you're on a dating app you know match dot com or whatever you can see a picture in the might be ten years.
"sherry" Discussed on i found HER on TikTok
"Hi and welcome to episode. Three of i found her on tiktok podcast lesbians who have found love on the social media app tiktok and seeing how we're in corona virus times kobe times we do our interviews via zoom and which means since marlena. My partner is away from me. We are doing this on zoom. Today's podcast is kind of special to marlena because full disclosure tina and sherry our friends. We actually made friends on top. We saw that. They were sharing a similar path. A similar journey and we've managed to connect outside of tiktok and i'm so happy they are here. I'm so happy. They the share their story. I know marlena is too. I thought we could start the podcast with a little behind the scenes conversation with marlena and i before tina and sherry actually joined our zoom conference. Call hope you enjoy this podcast. Forget we also have a facebook group if you met your love on tiktok and you're a lesbian feel free to join our facebook group. It's private it is. I found her on tiktok and actually have some really good conversations. Really good bonding. And to be able to share stories and content that others are going through on similar paths as just been super fun. Yeah so questions yes if besides the you know we know we're going to ask about who met who reach the her. You know yada yada yada well. This one's going to be easy because we know them. Yeah i know but we also want to have some zingers tossed in there. You know you look weird. Had are no hat okay. That's fine that's fine. That's a ringing endorsement. Right there on on child M dreaming of a white screws mma asking about their holiday and their plant getting holiday. How holiday. I think that we need to address how we've become friends with them in some way because you made in the mentioned in the last one that we've made some in the i i listened by fogcast last night of it. I'm you made a mention the first one that we've made lifelong friends. And these are those human. so yeah how. We became friends. All right. wanna lake zing out an introduction. Real quick. I love you so fucking much. But i do you want to Zing outta an intro real quick. I love you me frozen now. Oh okay i was drinking. Um oh no. I liked this. I can see you. You have both hands free three. You're in a good mood. I don't know why where are they. It's literally so one they're here. The come comes tino. Eighteen here second sherri. How are you the challenge for them good. I'm doing this on my. Pc's like actually like you know you guys. Have you seen each other today. each other. We talked on the poem. Me had be We were on the felon but we're both doing other stuff while we are on the phone were kind of together but also doing own thing The al how often do you facetime facetime like every other day. Probably sometimes sometimes i find tiring to be to do facetime because you could do it so much for work to that. Even though i'm not working. I mean i don't have to work right now. Just feels kind of exhausting. Sometimes for me. I was actually this reading this article about zoom burn out and house like are legit thing anybody that makes one longer than like thirty minutes is like come on from on a about forty. Five minutes is limit. Yeah i'll keep that in mind. Snow talk every day. Yes yeah we talk every day. So every day since we. Yeah every day. Since october eleventh circuit slid into your dms so yeah we wanted to talk about sliding into the dm's and how that worked and tiktok in general and like the story of how both of you got on tiktok and and met will just looking back at the dates of win way for both i gun on tiktok. And then we met each other end of july when i first got on tiktok and posted a video couple weeks after that and then it was An trae when did you first get on tiktok. I was like august Couple weeks in august in a couple of weeks. After that that i post it first video i come. We have to make sure the story is straight wall. Minted firs on sherry's videos couple different times man on september fifth and then. She slid into my dance on october. Eleventh and the league talk every day since october. Eleven you made the first move. Tina i made the first because share. You wouldn't have slid into the dm's would you had it not been for those comments. You know if i'd seen her a big would've anyway. Even if she hadn't commented was all. I'll save mine was removed. I it was dipping. Your toes in guess definitely left an impression. There's no doubt about that. Because i was actually a little overwhelmed by the comments that i had gotten sergei and then i will just getting back into social media after being of it for like you know eight or nine months out. So i'd actually was reconnected with somebody in my past that. I thought you know that i was supposed to reconnect with a net. Turned out to be you know. We just need to be friends kind of situation in so as soon as i was clear that in my mind i was like. Oh my god. I'm like. I need to text this woman. I need contact contactor like now. Because i just had that feeling like you know in your gut like do like right now. Like i couldn't wait a day. I couldn't wait another couple of hours at be like. Yeah like sherry said. She posted that she was reconnecting with somebody. So then i've kinda like backed off a little bit. But i still think about her throughout that time and then there are a couple of guys that i was talking to kind of during that in between time. I didn't know between time.
"sherry" Discussed on When in Spain
"Difference things, local flavors, I do a Moroccan Day with flavors of Morocco Do Gourmet Tours of the area where we will have one cooking day here and we go and Cook Thunder people we do. Tuna David. Do. We got two Cardi B. Spent three nights in cody county not we haven't even touched on the fruit and coty awhile caddy phys. That's another episode. County the history of candy the joy of the gun tunnels and I do tours in Morocco would mind tours for nine nights. So I'm looking forward to be able to do in those. Again, we we leave from Spain. We arrived in Morocco by boats just us as they did in the old days, the doors dead on the also Naidoo food wine tours in. Minorca from the farthest West in Spain for I am to the farthest in Spain where Minorca as it Minorca such gourmet gold mine bids going to be hinting. The headlines Big time in the years to come. So I do probably one or two weeks a year there with groups food and wine tours and you pull there's something. So important I've forgotten to tell you about food and Shari matching I I don't know if you've heard this before, but it really works. If you're sitting in a restaurant, you don't want to order a glass of wine you want to order gossip. Sherry if you think if it swims, you drink fee known Montagna if it flies, you drink a multi-ad. Or. If it drowns, you drink all are also. A Great Way of remembering the food parents. The other thing I just wanted to touch on which possibly worth mentioning is all of the wonderful Ferrier's happen across. That's particularly in the province of candy I been too many of these barriers over. The classic drink that people who? Get Pretty Merry with is these big jugs off rebel Hito which is Sherry mixed with lemonade Fanta sprite or something a Santa I guess up not yes. Lemonade seven up. It's cold here if it's a fatty in had or AL, it'll be pheno of its fatty on Luger. It'll be antea. Portland have added to be pheno Freddie posted and stuff. Delicious and you know if you go into a bar here, any other time the not for rebel Kito, you can't top one. You've got to buy your Shari's month separately endure sunup separately and you gotta mix it yourself but you take. Very sad this year with a with no pharaohs that's really hitting the sales of Shari. So anyone who is listening to this police try make rabbitohs atole more experiment with some Monte Nido or Wherever you're listening from around the world and looks have listened in the US, go and buy a bottle of Sherry. The next time you're in your wine store or the supermarket if they had an again by Sherry, but I think we both made ourselves very hungry and very thirsty. He thank you so much for taking the time out to join a winning saint, poke us today and thank you for your amazing in-depth insight into the World Sherry Paul, the absolute pleasure I just love chatting by Sherry. So hopefully, the next time we meet, we will have one in hand. Let's do that show..
"sherry" Discussed on When in Spain
"So that Selena's talk talk with the pheno from the data above that's the first create era sitting vocal the Salida and I see a data whatever's going down to the Selena that's then top top was sherry from the second data. The second data talk Sherry from the third create data. Lending rotation, lending, Bala Fractional blending, and the the final data is talk up with the new fortified Palomino wine that's been waiting in stainless steel vats probably to enter the SELENA in Korea. Data System. So in theory when you drink Sherry, a percentage of that Sherry could be. Decades and decades old or mall. Hundreds. depit depends when the Solana was started. So it will be at least a hundred you'll be you'll be tasting particles that are. At least a hundred years old. It's tops fascinating. That's why fetal month years never ever ever been judged. It's the young unsure. It's always on the mood Sherry always on the move pat the price is right in saying that they cover the talk of the Sherry in the barrel with a layer of afoot is like floral yeast yes it's cold floor and it only ever happens with the months Aena. This layer of yeast that sits on top of the level of Sherry. In the barrel protecting its from the oxygen, the floor not floor lives off the sugar in the wine and that's what makes funeral month India. So bone-dry that Lara floor keeps the pheno month Aena Brash that's Larry floor stalks pheno month Aena from oxidizing. That's why it's that beautiful white collar. So if you think of it, it's like an apple how beautifully white an apple is underneath skin you take the skin. On the apple oxidises you take the floor you're removes floor from funeral month Aena on that can be done by Adian. Stroke Hall. So you would extract. pheno rocking the Bodega L. but you extract pheno from the Selena. You fortify it up to eighteen degrees of alcohol because funeral month is fifteen degrees and floor only survived fifteen. You Ford fire funeral months. India up to. Sixteen seventeen, eighteen of that becomes your Monte Nido it goes to different part of the they got into the. So let on Kea data for a multi-ad do. So on a multi-annual, a double aged Shari, it's go ahead. It's I li- as you know or month Aena, and then it second line is Animal Tato goes through the on data for a month. Yeah goes through Selena yet Derek twice, how many years would that take to produce your youngest a multi Atta would be eight years old..
"sherry" Discussed on When in Spain
"Am I writing songs for to find at the end of the process. Yeah. After fermentation as fortified other grapes than are used to produce other varieties the other two grapes are mosque title and Petra Jimenez which is known as PX. Mosque atoll very popular worldwide. Had Their Jimena. Very popular here a little bit less on the rest of the wild. But most it'll and Petro Jimenez. They are some dried for the production of Sherry. Those two grapes have to be some dried, they become raisins and then they are pressed. And then go into fermentation to they must have a more. Intense Flavor sun-dried on I'm guessing they lose some of the water on the sweetness intensely sweet on the fermentation is cuts with all coal so that the sweetness still still there and then those two Sherry's Moscow Petro Jimenez take the name from the Great. So the one in the middle, the cream sherry, which is bland normally it's a bland of older also and through Jimena or cream Shari and walk us through the process they use a system called Celaya he there. So if you walk into any Sherry Bodega and all these Sharia dagoes are in towns by the way there in these three tonnes, they're not in the countryside. The harvest happens on the countryside, but the action and the aging happens on the tons. So when you go into any sharia bull data, you walk into these amazing amazing cathedrals B.'s rooms these bathrooms with barrel stock on top of each other. And each talk of Shari will have its own saliva career data within the Bodega. So for example, you're looking at the Salon Korea Dera of a phenol Sherry in Alberta to Santa Santamaria. The Very Bolton Lehrer is the sole. Atta. It takes the name from the Spanish word for ground swell SOLITA. And that is the bottling task..
"sherry" Discussed on When in Spain
"Salta. WHO's called studies so that names bring to his mind his mind since he said, it's cold Sherry and even though the people here are calling pirates. Francis Drake, they do admit he was the best salesman that Cherry has ever had. I guess. So opening up new markets in the UK eventually, I think it was his third raid here. The Spanish had older little posts built with cannons and said to him you're going to pay for this. Now, we're going to sink your shakes. So eventually after I think the seconds ship was sunk, he said, okay, I'll pay for it and that started Britain's Love Affair Sherry, Britain will not the love affair but the commercial trade with Sherry. On for hundreds of years after that, Sherry was shipped to Bristol from cody in American Oak casks under it was bottled in Bristol than what happened to the Empty Sherry casks. What did happen to the Empty Sherry tasks they were sent to Scotland for the whisky industry is that right? Wow and to this day, whiskey is still aged in Shari bots. So must take on some of the characteristics. Then absolutely whiskey takes on the characteristics of PX solar also. No self-respecting Shari but data sows eat loads of their sorry casts they need though Shari costs for their Solanki So Most Sherry casks are actually aged in Cooper ages and harass filled with all their sore PX for years and years for their central Scotland but occasionally, you will find really great bottling out of our. Cask from say cloudy and I and Isla did book-length with Fernando de Castilla Sherry and The have done bottling with Glenn going, whiskey. So you do get some specialists. Sherry. casks bowling's the put the shark, the Sharia. Bodega name on the bottle fascinating. I never knew that there was a relationship between Sherry and whiskey. So we have a lot to thank. Sir Francis Drake Four. Spanish might differently. And as you said, Hera. The city of Herat that's where the wind takes its name from heff. Sherry sh-sh-she and Cherry, but just touching on that. British. Influence I believe after that a lot of British families came and settled in the area and founded their own BODEGAS..
"sherry" Discussed on When in Spain
"Cola or When I started as much as I didn't know what time it is way you're listening. But what I do know is that you're listening to the wind in Spain podcast eighty. You can escape to Spain with me your host pull badge a very warm welcome tea wherever you're listening from. Thank you for joining me for another episode of winning. Spain. D-. This week I've got a fantastic guest for you guys Spain lovers. I'm going to be chanting all about Sherry Sherry Wine with any Manson Aka. Any be any runs antibodies Spanish kitchen. She's a Foodie food writer Sherry expert, and Qualified Sherry Educator. In fact, any hails from Scotland and she's been fifteen years running her own successful catering and corporate hospitality company. In London, before falling in love with the beautiful whitewashed and Lucy in village of Becker de la Frontera. Now, as you said, any runs, her own business, anybody Spanish kitchen what she likes to call Culinary Adventures, she cooks out Tov Cassar Allegra, which is home in the her and the official center for. The Gourmet Association of her where she runs cooking courses using local ingredients she runs food toes across Andalucia, and in fact, toes as far away as Morocco and Minorca and of course, she runs Sherry tastings I just love up Thursday Sherry for single type of food you name it there's Sherri to go with it and also I just love the history of Sherry. When you are drinking Sherry, you're drinking history because you're not drinking the last harvest Shari 'cause that's the way Sherry is made and as any shares her passion for Sherry that of course what we're GONNA be talking all about in this episode the intriguing. Showed off Sherry and he's going to run us through the history of Sherry, a fascinating connection actually between Sherry and Scottish whisky, which I had no idea about really interesting story and he's GonNa talk us through the different varieties available. She's going to be talking about the famous Sherry Triangle in the province of Kenneth home to the three cities where Sherry is produced. She's also GONNA be talking about the production process and stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear any share her food pairing inspiration, and her favorite per day embossed to visit along with some practical advice for visiting but eggers and drinking sherry itself. But before we raise a glass with any, just a quick note to say a big thank you to all brand new in Spain patrons. I would like to say a big graph. Yes. To me wit to Elena Teixeira gator. Karen Hobart. In wicks Jason Olden and Chris. Mimi Elena Karen, Ian Jason, and Chris Thank you so much for signing up to become a win in Spain patron and join the fantastic group of existing patrons who.
"sherry" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"For no purpose. And so the more that we can continue to tie, or to be super aware of why is that? We choose to hold. To put together our days in this way to to do this thing that thing to have this conversation, and not that conversation. Those are the things that protect us from feeling like. Our work is ineffective, meaningless and Not satisfying. Before actually witnessed my first bone out. I could not relate to someone else telling me. What episode of not was. And only often i. Witness it for the first time that I understood. What was happening and How to get help. became part of that journey. So I asked Sherry who deals with entrepreneurs everyday and he's married to one successful one herself. I asked. What is the question that entrepreneurs should be asking themselves? So I. I hope that we. As Entrepreneurs As we as we grow and mature are finding wise that are about more than I've got this thing to work out. Or I have this drive in pain inside of May, but are about things that bring us joy. The make the world better I mean. These times sort of lofty and I feel like I could roll my eyes at my own south, but when we think about it at the end of our lives, we're gonNA. Take stock of like. How did we spend our time and the questions that we're going to ask is what did I. do that was important. How did I? I make my life better other people's lives better. How did I experience joy? How did I how many beautiful sunsets did I see? How many heart problems that I saw that made me satisfied and made me proud of myself. I think maybe the question that we don't ask. Is House going to plan the deathbed? That's that's the question, ask. What are we going to regret? What are we going to be sad that we missed? When our time is up. Are you going to miss when your time is up? Psychology of Up The psychology of entrepreneurship..
"sherry" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"Believes that the reason why a lot of people think that graze our Evil or bad is because Humans fear when they're around these when when you're around someone that's so unknown your fear response kicks in and that veer clouds your judgement or your opinion of a situation. I mean it. It makes sense but also you're being abducted against your will. Well maybe maybe after a twenty year gap Shiro. Yeah a longtime Sherry was revisited. It was September twenty ten and Sherry was sixty years old. They basically visited her while she was within For tilleke age shake xactly fertilizer. Yes Sherry said that. It was unusual for grace to stay involved in a woman's life after menopause because a lot of their activities involved harvesting AACSB. Okay so nailed it. She questioned she's like. Why are you guys here? Don was kind of annoyed. He's like seriously thought we were friends. Daw explained some thanks Sherry though at this time. According to the book Sheri's purpose was to help the planet during this time in the planet's Development the planet was essentially going through an evolution of sorts. And it's very complicated and convoluted and I'm not really going to get into all of that four times sake already a lot. So if you're interested read the book it's pretty interesting. I mean it's like I've heard similar theories not same exact but all like in the same vein of like having to do with the sole purpose in reincarnation in raising your vibration I mean yes. It's definitely interesting. You are in any way interested in learning. What basically Dr kind of told Sherry what her purpose was which we cannot go into. Its way too long. Please read the book. Yes if it's it's if you kind of mashed up cool ideas about reincarnation the multidimensional thinking Karma and. It's just it's a lot. It's very very interesting. And it's cool but yeah it's it's it's a lot to get into So another thing Sherry became aware of was that she had been used to create hybrid children. My favorite part. This is Cassius. Jam Sherry had at least two dozen hybrid children and in two thousand eleven or twelve. The day wasn't exact. Sherry was allowed to meet them so sherry was taken to what she said was a farm rolling pastures outbuildings all that and it did not specify if this was a physical location or a vision but she did describe the foliage as strange so perhaps it was in another dimension okay. This experience really helped validate Sheri's New Perspective on her alien interactions. They were not trying to harm her. In fact going back to what you said in another time Sherry had agreed to be a part of this experience. Oh really yes so. She had agreed to work with the aliens to help. Facilitate the earth's evolution so that hopefully sometime soon humans and they're playing it could rejoin their cosmic family. Okay sounds like guns but that's actually just of our brains exploding. Yeah we're not our sound. Our sound technician has the week off. So so your favorite part is hybrid. Children which is my scariest part. My favorite is this She asked to kind of explain about himself. Explained who he was where he was from and also said that he was a seventh dimension. Voyager of the universe going where the creator needed him fucking same same. I love that and he also explained that many visitors to our planet. Use The gres tight body because it's highly functional in this vibration. Well and see I was came away more annoyed with Dawes explanation or Sheri's explanation of Daw that he gave her. Because I just have so many questions and I would have said Okay Da. Why don't you want you in a human shell? Maybe maybe it's hard to find a human skin or maybe maybe the whole point is to not look human so humans. Don't think it's just somebody kidnapping them right. I mean I guess but I mean of all shells I mean. The eyes are like goggles. I think the idea is that. That's a very conducive to our planet like goggles long arms. Okay more passionate baby seriously and I was just like okay. But why wouldn't he choose like a that he? She described it as a box. They were in a box like it was a there. Hey described in the video that I watched he decides. She described him describing himself as like an energy And this his energy or I guess like more of an essence is I got an essence was inside this box. That looked like a gray and I'm just like but why wouldn't they just choose something more familiar to a human well? I don't think it matters though because they wipe your memory anyways. I guess you're right. I think it's just like the best tool for the job. Say Wonder if they just harvest grays for for these boxes these essence containers. I don't know I mean I got I hope not but I think this goes back to what we were talking about on our last episode with the ghosts is how e- e- tease whatever you want to call them are not from another part of our universe but from another dimension the same place where ghosts are Ghost remain the sole right So it's like if an et is actually an essence or a soul or whatever. That's why they're kind of on the same plane is right right right okay. I'm just GONNA finish this up by saying what I kind of hinted at earlier. The main lesson that the aliens imparted on Sherry the three important things to know and she explains in greater detail. He's a very summarized shortened version. One we are one with our creator. We're all one all living. Things are one everywhere throughout the entire universe to multidimensional beings on more than one level simultaneously. Each dimension has an effect on every other level or every other dimension we are living multiple lives at the same time and if a major trauma happens in one dimension it will impact all the other dimensions and the spirit is what connects all of these different dimensions or levels together likewise our spirits are all connected to each other and to create And the final thing to know is to monitor your thoughts. Our thoughts become a reality which only reinforces are fearful thoughts and the cycle continues. If humanity changed its thoughts it would change the world which is kind of explained as we live in a three dimensional world so when we see things happening in real life it's our negative reinforcement and because we live in the three dimensional world. Do not understand the power of things like thoughts because they're not tangible right so we do not put enough value on our own thoughts. We do not realize like how much they affect everything. So monitoring your thoughts change your world type thing and I think you put it perfectly. They're not tangible at because there were berry and this is from another Visit another idea from an I just heard recently actually referred me to this Podcasts won't shout them out at the end but the idea that we in this dimension the third dimension our third dimensional world. We are very focused on material things such as the material body the material that we surround ourselves in were very materialistic and we forget about the idea of the soul and our thoughts having the powers that they do the weight that those things carry a we value materialistic things over thoughts and the so the spiritual or or soul parts of our beans. Exactly I find that. Very interesting It's very much like the secret The secret is all about your thoughts. Create your reality and you're in charge of your own reality and it's how you respond to things that kind of creates your path in life and everything is on a certain vibration and there's certain levels and the highest level of vibration is love and the lowest is fear and anger. And and that's definitely. Stop this that Sherry touched on the spoke. And that's how that's kind of what we were saying is. It's a lot of different concepts. The spiritual side of Sherry's journey is a lot of different concepts that I think most people can pull from right some understanding from a lot of different ideas and The so the spiritual side. That's why it's so hard to explain because it is like kind of so vast and so much stuff Some of it I definitely can Wrap my mind around some of it. I it's a little over my head but that's okay. I don't have to you know I don't have to get all of it quite well. I I fully. I fully subscribe to the secret. I I. I've tried to live by those ideals and I do think that your the way that you think and what you think really does change your reality. You can really create your own reality with your thoughts. Thoughts are so powerful. And if you have negative thoughts about yourself you're going to feel negative. You're going to be if you're GONNA whatever your whatever vibration you're on. You're going to draw those things near to you so if you're on a negative vibration if you're living out of fear or if you're thinking a lot of fearful thoughts you're going to draw those to you and it's the reverse with positive if you're living out of love if you're on a very high Frequency vibration. You're going to draw those things to you. And that's a lot what Sherry talked about and Planetary scale as well. Yes yes not an individual's individual it to a planetary scale like a societal scale Humanity scale Secret IS MORE WO on one. It's on an individual scale. I mean they do talk about the secret. They do talk about the universe and the vibrations. Everything's on a scale of abrasion anyways. I could talk about the secret. All Day What did you think so getting back to share his story if we can? I know it's hard to rain on the spiritual stuff because it's fascinating and we could. We love to just get into it but coming back to share his abduction story. What did you think of her story? was there any points that you really appreciate it or that freaked you out or that you thought no way. Any thoughts Well I believe that Sherry experience. Something I don't know what she experienced I mean. I think that there's a hot things it Sherry said that I'm like how could she like? Say those things without having experienced some kind of like contact with at's but also the idea of the men in black being involved. What were they trying to to to stop the doctor from doing from her remembering? I think that the men in black were basically saying outsiders are not going to interfere with our experiment anymore. Because Sheri's family had.
"sherry" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"She was like there's no imminent this how could I and and Replied you will forget. You must forget and Sherry did. Forget at the end of her hypnosis. Mitchell asked her if she wanted to keep the memories open or close the door on them once again and Sherry chose to remember. I appreciate that Mitchell gave her that option. That is so cool in my opinion because you know those obviously are going to be very traumatic memories. That are now in her life and life as she knew it from that point on completely changed from what she thought it was. So I mean imagine your entire life crumbling down around you I mean I. I think it's cool. That Mitchell gave her the option to say like okay. Goodbye to those memories or you're going back in the box exactly. I think that she chose to remember them because if they were forgotten again she would never be able to fully recover from the trauma I mean I would have done the same thing she did but I think it's cool that she had the option exactly and like you were saying. Sheri's life did change that day dramatically. Obviously right because Jerry wasn't really belieber before this happened. She didn't want any of this to be true. She said that she honestly hope that. She suffered from a mental illness and that she could go to a doctor or take medication and be better She also felt a lot of shame for a long time when it kind of got out that she'd been abducted her father which is kind of weird because her dad was somebody who was into aliens. He loved. Watch you know. He loved the programs he loved reading about. Ufo's aliens and he believed that that we weren't alone in in our universe right But Her dad refused to listen to her story or have any part of her abduction experience. Which I think is strange. Right totally strange. Her husband also became distant and she really only felt comfortable telling one friend the friend who She was on her way to go visit on that roadside abduction. It was like her best friend growing up so she talked to her about it and sometimes her sister about her sister was suffering from depression at the time and she didn't want to put a burden on her sister which is understandable So she sherry just felt very very isolated and alone and pretty much. Just try to put on a happy face. Run Her business which she was in real estate and raise her children. I mean I could imagine that people I you know just putting ourselves or myself in Cherries position I you know I could imagine if I came home and told my husband you know I have these recovered memories and I was actually an abductee I I mean I can't even. I can't even imagine his response. I'd be here for you baby. Just you and me so I can understand. Sheri's feeling of isolation definitely Sherry decided that she needed a little bit more clarity on the situation and they decided to do another Hypnotic regression this time. Her memories were clearer and this hypnosis was less traumatic because she had already been through it obviously the doctors at the UFO Institute decided they should also talk to her friend. The whatever I say her friend I'm I'm referring to the same friend. The friend that she was visiting the day of her roadside abduction. That was her best friend like I said and they had pretty much together. Their whole childhood so When her friend was interviewed she actually corroborated a lot of sharing stories and also had memories of things that Sherry had blocked like the day that she came home or the the day that Sherry had actually showed up at her friend's house when Jerry I got there. She said that she saw aliens on the side of the road. But then after like thirty minutes Sherry completely forgot. That was kind of interesting. It was like the memory blocking took a little bit of time to kick in right. Yeah and her friend. Forget on her own or never mentioned it or do you think that they da had something to do with that. I think that our friend just thought that she was being funny for being late and just kind of blew it off like if somebody says something really bizarre to you and then never mentions it again. You're just like whatever right. Okay you're like I'm I'm two hours late to our meeting. I'm like Oh God. I ran into aliens on the street and start saying that I will and then I don't bring it up against you're like Oh cassie that Wackadoo. She's joking about aliens again. Exactly okay exactly. So on top of a remembering the roadside incident because Sheri had decided to keep her memories open. She began to remember so much more than just that day. Oh fuck so. I'm going to explore a few of these experiences now. I can't even get to everything will make sure we have a no of the book if you want to read it or listen to it because there are so many different things that we're not even touching on in this episode for the sake of Time. I'll put up the Like a link to the book on Amazon in our Episode description perfect in nineteen fifty. Eight Sherry was abducted from her backyard. She was living on a one hundred twenty Acre non-functioning dairy farm in Wisconsin. She was eight years old. This is my favorite of all of the stories. So she was taken aboard a craft by three or four grace. She had been outside with her brother at the time and her brother with frozen in place when she was taken while on the craft the grace showed her an image of our planet at first she saw in the typical. Blue Green orb. That we all know when you see an image of the earth from space but that orb changed into a charred sphere she watched as oceans rose coastlines washed away and fires overtook our planet. The head gray. Da told her that this was the future. If humans didn't change their ways Sherry asked him. What can I do? I'm just a little girl. Why did you tell me all of this and replied it starts with one? So as a child Sherry was given lessons by the aliens visited her. She learned about their ships. How they can walk through walls and pull people through walls. How humans can cure themselves with their mind How some people can see a UFO and a person right beside them. Won't how to read the light in people The lifelong lesson was focused on the three important things to know which I will explain at the end. She was abducted multiple times growing up one time. She was taken from her friend or best friend's bedroom. While they had a sleepover and then dropped off outside in the snow in the middle of the night her mother said that she talked about alien abductions as well and she had saved. Sheri's notebooks where she had dude old aliens that look like grays in the margins. Grays would be around for two months to more than a year. Then leave for years at a time. During her pregnancies they were around even more she could lose eight hours at time. Sherry believes that gray's pushed her to have her first child shortly after getting married at nineteen typically these stories about abductions or contactor interactions. Whatever you WANNA call them. Were kind of. I don't WanNa say peaceful but not particularly jarring but the night that she had her daughter. She said that she saw a gray in her hallway. Moving at her in a way that her mind could not comprehend because it was moving so quickly and jerkily and it was honestly the most terrifying part of the of the only part that really scared me in the book the rest of the interactions like. I said we're kind of unusual but not scary but thinking of a jerky moving fast and weird angled gray walking down your hallway at night while you're alone in your house is terrifying well Hamas dark hallways are just scary by themselves. See you at any other kind of unknown limit to a dark hallway a fast weird movements a an an No yeah and that was the night she conceived her daughter. What the fuck okay. Later on in this pregnancy she was a spotting and afraid that she was GonNa miscarry so she called her doctor and her doctor said There's nothing we can do right now. Just stay in bed and in the morning call me. We'll set something up sherri woke up in bed. No memory of getting there. She was upside down headwear. Her feet should be. She sat up in bed and when she sat up she looked into her dresser. Mir which is scary because this is also. My Room is set up with my dresser right next. I could picture it when she sat up and looked in the mirror. She saw the reflection of that female gray from the ship reflected into her ear. Freaky right yeah. Sherry just stared at the reflection and the female alien told her everything would be okay and it was important for her daughter to born. Her daughter was born and later on Sherry remembered. This story she remembered it but remember to as an angel visiting her and telling her that everything would be ok before she had her regression. Okay so Before it was she found out that it was actually. At encounters it was kind of like a story. That shape probably told her daughter. Like I was worried when I was pregnant and then an angel came and visited me and told me you are going to be okay and that you it was important that you are born in you. You and I are going to be fine. Exactly the the the freaking way your mind works is is so fascinating During this of time Sherry was also compelled to move every few weeks. Shut up this lasted for a few years. What she she was clearly trying hide but at the time she had no idea why she was completely compulsively moving shed. No because she didn't remember any of these things happening right. She didn't remember. She didn't know that she was being abducted or visited by aliens. She just was compelled to move. She said one time. Her husband was doing finals in college and literally. We've while he was gone and left a note with a map a hand drawn map and their new address. She was like I can't be here. Oh my goodness I know I know. wanted her daughters. Were small the alien. Et's came to their house. Her daughters had seen something and they brought sherry out to the tall grass on the outskirts of their property and showed a flattened swirling pattern in their grass and the her daughters claimed that one time Sherry had told them that if aliens come do not be afraid of them but sure he had no memory of saying this to them and she was like I would never say this to my little kids right because it was when her kids were like Pre Teen or young teens. It was they were younger and she was like had. She said that she had no memory of.