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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
Health Care vs. Money
"On a hot summer day in twenty nineteen word got out that one of philadelphia's big hospitals hahnemann was closing its doors for good it had served some of the city's poorest patients for well over a hundred and fifty years patients doctors nurses and other hospital employees flooded the streets demanding. The hospital stay open a year and a half before the hospital had been sold to a for profit company and many blamed the closure on corporate greed closing made national headlines senator and then presidential candidate bernie sanders even joined the protests healthcare human rights. And we're gonna fight back when you mentioned prophets and healthcare in the same sentence. Emotions are bound to run high. All talking about lives that are at stake something. We should value much more than money. But house economists sherry lead says there are many factors at play here and boiling it. Down to human need versus prophet is too simplistic. I think the whole debate about the for profit aspect of this is a little misguided. The right question is what is the best way to get to the people. The things that they need at the lowest cost for starters. She says we have a mixed healthcare model with four profit nonprofit and government funded aspects and also this complicated behemoth of a system evolved over decades growing and changing all the time. This is an enormous enormous part of our economy. And the idea that we're going to just turn it on. A dime is is just unrealistic. At least in my mind it's very unrealistic
94-Year-Old Alabama Woman Honored With High School Diploma
"Your money now. For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Preston nearly 80 years ago, Grace Lee McClure Smith had to drop out of school in Alabama at just 16 years old when her husband went off to war. She never ever mention regretting anything in life. You know, she would never take it back. But her granddaughter, Erin Wilson, says she did leave something undone. Her education Instead of now, 94 year old went to work, eventually becoming a school bus driver in Madison County for 30 years. She drove me actually on the school bus. So I rode with her to and from school, and she always encouraged me to go to school. Make sure I finished school. And now she encourages my girls. And now Grace has finished what she started so many years ago, Hazel Green High School in Madison County, awarding her a high school diploma this week. And so the last word words of wisdom for all of us goes to the new high school grab. Am so grateful. Thank you so much. Better life than ever
Here’s a Tip To Improve Your Online Dating Profile
"So i think a lot of people don't think of it that way. That's kind of the overarching mindset. I would say that should be a shift for people where it's don't think about. Oh my gosh. I know everything there is no about myself. Where do i begin. Its think about the kind of person that you want to attract well. Ab and she said what what would be interested in hearing about you. What are the kinds of topics. You'd wanna talk to them about. Because one a mistake i see is people just pick prompts. You know a lot of the dating apps have prompt like Acute bed and they just picked prompts. Just answer the question honestly. I'm not saying people shouldn't be honest. But i think they should think about the questions that they're picking and think about strategically the answers of their choosing because a lot of a lot of apps question like what's your biggest fear and people will say bugs and it's like well. Most people are scared of bugs. And do you wanna talk about bugs with your potential d. I don't think so so. That's kind of wasted real estate on your profile is so. I don't wanna tell people not to be honest. It's just really about being strategically honest and figuring out. What are the prompts. That are going to be answers. That are gonna generate conversations. That i want to have with somebody got interested in and the kind of person i'm interested in will think are interesting and make conversation with me about So that's i don't know if that's one tip or more than three to help because a similar clinical rotation. I've had with friends before because like safety. Take me my best friend would probably looking for something quite in terms of the types of guys we like and are interested in the lifestyle on commitments of those guys. But i think it's a really interesting point to client have not like ideal person in mind when you right. You'll profile about thinking about like how do you market you'll sense to dock specific like to everyone because i think also i've seen some people like these guys but some people write it like the writing. Cv and it's like really dry in link stiff unnamed. Some people right it like over sherry like a conversation. They would have with night way like you do realize the potential tall. Now you're trying to attract like that's really interesting to think specifically about the past and he will be reading it.
Elise Stefanik: From Republican Moderate to Trump Favourite
"Coming leadership ouster of liz. Cheney is about much more than the sacking of the number three house republican it is an unconditional surrender by one of our two major political parties to former president trump. And his big lie that the twenty twenty election was somehow stolen. Cheney's crime is not that she isn't conservative. It's that she's not conservative as defined by today's republican party which apparently means unquestioning loyalty to the defeated former president. She stands accused of telling the truth that the election was not stolen and for criticizing trump citing the january six capital interaction. This episode is just the latest chapter in the party's purging of its legacy the bushes the mccain's the romney's and now the chains names that appeared on eight of nine presidential tickets for one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand twelve all now. Essentially excommunicated by the party's base and leadership and for one reason only the message go along with donald trump and his lies or just go away. Will this help. Republican election prospects in the short term. Perhaps but what does it mean for. Democracy when a great political institution refuses to accept free and fair election. Results and rejects. Its own who choose principle over party. I have heard from members concerned about her ability to carry out the job as conference chair congresswoman lizzie cheney facing a vote as soon as wednesday to ouster from leadership after criticism of donald. Trump's big lie at the election was stolen and his role in the capital attack. We will not forget what happened on january six and that the single greatest threat to our republic is a president who would put his own self interest above the constitution sherry me writing in the washington post this week. The question before us now is whether we will join trump's crusade to de-legitimize and undo the legal outcome of the twenty twenty election. The house republican leaders have answered. That question you know i. I've lost confidence boosting. New york's elise stefanik who trump has endorsed. My vision is to run with support from the president. What they're saying is if you don't go along with the big lie. You basically need to go so phonic voted with president trump. Just seventy eight percent of the time. Criticizing is border wall opposing him on nafta and trade even voting against his signature. Twenty seventeen tax cuts. Cheney voted with trump ninety three percent of the time once trump critic has been insulting women stefanik became a high profile trump defender during his first impeachment when she opens that mouth you at killing them. Elise trump meanwhile has denounced cheney unremittingly. This week he called her a warmongering fool who has no business and republican party leadership. The good news is in her state. She's been censured all seventeen. Republicans who voted to impeach or convict. Donald trump have faced censure votes or rebukes at home. Utah senator mitt. Romney wants the party's nominee for president booed at a state convention last weekend though the vote to censure him fail.
Finding The Perfect Name For Your Baby
"It's a popular name a gender neutral name or even made up name in the environment. We're in right now. They're all created equal. Now you just have to pick a name. But how do we move forward. Let's turn to sherry. Suzanne susannah is a new york-based professional. Baby names consultant. Who's been doing this work for over two decades. She gets to know her clients through a discovery interview where she gets a sense of their name. References okay so without giving away all of your secrets. What is the first step when a parent reaches out to you regardless of what stage. They're and their pregnancy well for for parents at home. Let me say one thing. You're not going to make a mistake when you care this much. For starters start paying attention in stores start paying attention on television. Listen to perhaps colleagues talk about their children and pay attention to the type of name style that seems pleasing for example you hear a parent and a store. Call out a very unusual name. Think to yourself. Oh i find that intriguing. I might like an unusual name to Whereas you're watching television show and a child might have a very classic name elisabeth and say i'm more comfortable with that. I like that sound of that. So i asked parents to start paying attention to that. As for my questionnaire. I will ask how they feel about their own name. What is their experience with their name when they were called honest child. How did they feel about responding to the name and those experiences with their own name are always very telling about the type of name or the type of experience they their own child has with their name.
"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Has been cleared vivid. At least i hope so. Thanks to the foundation for sponsoring both clear and vivid and our sisters series science clear and vivid. the copley foundation is dedicated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humanity. Sherry turco is a professor in the in science technology and society at mit and she's the founding director of the mit initiative on technology and self. Her books include the second self computers. In the human spirit and reclaiming conversation the power of talk in a digital age sherry. Join me on clear and vivid a couple of years ago and have a conversation about conversation. Check it out at season. Three episode three. The book we talked about in this episode is the empathy diaries. A memoir episode was edited and produced by our executive producer. Graham shed with help from our associate producer. Jean chamois are sound. Engineer is dan zula. And our publicist. Is sarah hill. You can subscribe to our podcast for free at apple podcasts. Stitcher or wherever. You like to listen.
"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Have their facts wrong. I say this. I'm a teacher so it happens all the time i come from. I need some footnotes here. This this looks a little kapiti Check just go back and get me some sources. Look that looks a little wikipedia. It's like it's like in fifth grade. They told you you couldn't use the encyclopedia as a source like that like that. Do you ever get introduced to give a talk by somebody who's obviously found his entire introduction in wikipedia and including the errors all the time. Okay number three. What is the strangest question. Anyone is ever asked you. I was being interviewed about this book. And there's a scene in the book where my mother thinking that she is being very modern throws me into a shower with her naked second husband which is a lot of time on this in the book. And i like really like really. It's a turning point in the book and somebody asked me. How'd you feel when that happened. That's that's a strange question. You know i was like I mean i really became like really. I was like retraumatize. It became like three years old again. Five years old. Wouldn't happen no good very unhappy. I mean i sound like an idiot so that was the that kind of like very strange. Yeah okay next question. How do you stop a compulsive talker. Well if they're not my patient right. Yes i guess you. What a compulsive to crook. You've not music there my patient. I'll say this is interesting. A are you trying to fill up the space here. If they're not my patient but a friend. I might say You know we're chatting. But but i'm i'm wondering if you're anxious about something. We're talking a lot. But i feel there's something you're not telling me there's something you really wanna tell me. And then they shut up usually. They're talking because i don't wanna say the thing that they're really thinking about. Okay let's go to the next question. Let's say you're at a dinner party when they become more popular again. And you're sitting next to someone you don't know how do you. How do you initiate really authentic conversation. I said what's keeping you busy these days. I don't really think that conversations are authentic. Because i do something special to people. I don't think there's a two people are ready to have a conversation. Because they feel trust and they're willing to vulnerable to each other and the way in to encourage that is not in the beginning of the conversation but some place in the conversation. You make clear that you're willing to be vulnerable. I've just written a book. In which i tell the story of my mother throwing me into the shower with a naked father and my father doing experiments on me. You know people think. I'm willing to be vulnerable so no. I think you should do that. Story right after the suit. No i think it has to do with with with with with showing that you're vulnerable. The chances of it happening are higher. If you show some vulnerability in some way great ex- great okay next to less. What gives you confidence. Finishing this book gave me confidence finishing a piece of work. That i really care about is very confidence building for me because i've put a lot of myself in it and then i say i did that. I set i really a That has given me confidence throughout my life. It's been my go-to thing. When i've wanted confidence this last question excluding the book that you just finished what book has changed your life. Pride and prejudice on. Why because i realized that you could write about people and not like the psychoanalyzing them. Not sort of like just really talk about their conversation and their manners and their way of being and really show a world and i just i. It was like a light went off. This has been so grid. I'm really grateful for your honesty openness. Willingness to talk personally about yourself in the same breath as you talk about big ideas and i'm grateful for that by cornell i'll see you again when i opened pages of another of your books. Okay okay but it'd be lovely to chat before that is i'm i'm a little.
"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"This is clear and vivid and now back to my conversation with sherry terkel. You mentioned that you were not the most popular person at. Mit was because you had begun to write in a cautionary way about the computer and artificial intelligence world that they were so dedicated to the midden. Wanna hear an alternative point of view. Is that part of you grow. Your work was growing in a direction. That there's wasn't yes i mean. I think i'm i'm sort of sympathetic. I mean they hired me. Because i had written a book that about psychoanalysis that asked the question why do people pick up a theory and really without understanding it. In a deep scientific way use it even as a metaphorical or in a loose way to think about their lives and mit said. Oh my god. She can do that for artificial intelligence. She can do that for cognitive science. She can study how the computer metaphors can get out into. The culture and people can use them to think about their lives. But i got there. And i thought interesting that when you start to use these theories to think about your mind certain kinds of things drop out. You're not a issue. A writer exactly certain kinds of things drop out and i began to explore really what it meant when we go from thinking about the cells in terms of meaning too when we talk about the self in terms of mechanism and my first book. The book that was posed to get tenure was called the second self computers and the human spirit in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and it was about that shift from meaning to mechanism an mit. Looked at it. And say no. I mean i was the only person writing about this. At the time i was alone in the field and they said oh my god i think they said oh great tendering in-house critic for the rest of her life where you will also suffering from the was. Carl sagan affected more popular. You were alleged series. They thought he were. You know i think in the empathy dire is i tell. The story of my grandparents obviously had raised me and had very little money and they wanted a color television set and they had real financial troubles because they had supported me after. My mother died. And i mean. They needed some financial help and i. I was offered an advance by simon. And schuster to write to publish the book with simon schuster and thomas kuhn who is a great historian of science and very very famous cold me up and said i heard that you have signed a contract. Publish your book with simon and schuster. Don't do that. You will not get tenure. Don't do that. And of course i'd signed the contract and i bought my grandparents to color television. I remember when. I got the call from thomas. Kuhn i was at their house and they were playing with the remote. And i'm looking at my grandfather and remote in the color televisions nineteen eighty two. And i said it's done. You said undo the deal. Tenure is more important than this contract and i said they're not you know i sort of it. Was that moment when i saw. I felt the the weight. A kind of academic privilege and academic you know kind playing by the rules. And i said you know i'm publishing this book and then actually i've never regretted it because actually i wanted this book in the hands of a lot of people it also. I would have to say that it. This conversation clarified my own intent. Which was i really am a communicator. You know there was a style of what i was writing but there was also the substance i mean basically engineers Talk about for example using engineering concepts and they apply them to people so for example they talk things relationship should be friction free. What is this value of creating a world in which people wounded have friction. Who wants that. And i i ask in the embassy. Diaries i mean as i tell the story of watching a demo where they try to create relationships among people that are friction. Free and i asked the question. You know who wants relationships that are friction free. And i answer the question. Technology does technology does. And so i had that critique of engineering really from the very beginning that engineering was great but engineering values of were not necessarily the values that would help us understand each other presented. Something that i would have expected people engaged in a field of cognitive research. With regard to computers neural networks and artificial intelligence. I would expect them to want account availing view to test out there on the right tracker but they didn't seem to want this from you. Well no not so much. I mean i think i mean i'll give you an example. I've many colleagues who were trying to create a robot. Psychotherapist a computer dialog program psychotherapist. This is like this is so important to them. And this is the thing i really love to hate. I mean think of covid think of my anxieties. During this time. I mean. I was filled with anxiety and dread and i needed to talk to friends and people who cared about me. Why would i wanna talk to a robot who doesn't have a body you know nothing against the robot away from anybody that you can simulate feelings but simulated feelings are not feelings. So what would a robot care so a new york times reporter. I didn't. I don't think this story made it into the book. I think it happened after yet happened after the book was turned in and the new york times reporter called me. And he said he wants my comment. Everybody's downloading this chat thought code replica. And using it as a computer. Psychotherapist what did i think so. I said i'm going to go on. I'm going to talk to replica and to give replica chance to wow me so go online and i talked to replicant. I said in the middle of the pandemic. Can you talk about loneliness. That's really my problem. And replicas said and i'd given replica name and created kind of avatar. This woman is virtual woman. I made said to me. Loneliness is warm and fuzzy and you know it was a programming mistake. They fixed it that night. I mean it'll never happen again. I took a screenshot. Send it to the new york times reporter and i said look. I'm not mad at the robot that it doesn't know how i'm woman feeling about loneliness. Why should it.
"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Tell apropos of that. Which is when i found him. He was very excited. Of course that i was. Mit professor because oh my god. He'd spent years sending his disprove einstein to mit professors. And now he had it reprinted and dedicated to me and he had all these envelopes ready ready to mail to all these fancy people at mit dedicating his. You know saying use either ignored me all your life my life and he now my daughter's a professor at mit. And i'm dedicating my book to her. Well i was coming up for tenure. And i told this story to date and i said his name was harry hanan. He was just a lovely wonderful man and he was really on my side. And i said harry Here's the deal with my father. And i say look. It's not gonna really hurt my tenure cases it if you know these people making the decision get this crank thing. And he said sherry stopped him. Stop him don't let him. Don't let him dedicate this disapprove of einstein to you so and send it to you know the president and provost of mit and all the faculty. This is not know i wasn't like. Mit's like favorite person anyway at the time. They didn't give me tenure because they fired me before they re hired me so he's is don't don't do that but here he was. Here's was your father. Happy to use you as an object is an instrument again. You're important to him because he thought you could finally make him be a genius to the world and we all about him and you were you early there to be used at. That must've been crushing well. But that's where when you say. Did i reconcile. That's where i learned this very important thing that i think we need now in our country i mean i don't discuss is the book. I don't get political in the book but the question is how do you show empathy for somebody. You really disagreed with. You know somebody who really can do you damage and that's how you put yourself in their place but you learn to keep them at a distance and that's what i did. This is a good time to give us your definition of empathy i. They're almost as many definitions is there are people who use the word yes. Empathy is a skill. it's a it says it's something we need to teach children. We need to teach friends. We need to teach relatives. We need to teach politicians but it's not approval. It's it's understanding. You had times in your life amphitheater modeled for you. I think the passage. I remember from the book about that seemed to indicate that it was a revelation to you that somebody could talk to you and actually take into account what you going through. They spoke with. Yes on actually the The story that i tell is when i went to radcliffe as a freshman and i was totally a loner i was from brooklyn. I didn't know how to dress. I didn't know what four six in the right order on. I mean. I was like really at a loss and there was a thief in our dorm and i found out that some of the girls thought it was me not because i was a thesis but because i used to go into their rooms and ask for change the coke machine in order to strike up a conversation and they thought that if i was so desperate to make up these excuses to just have a conversation may be i would take things from them in order to feel close to them. It was terrible. It was humiliating. And i needed to talk to somebody about it. And i've found a woman a woman named lynn. A classmate who set to who who who sat down with me and to the way. I put it in the book. She didn't just put herself in my place. She put herself in my problem. A big step. Yes and she didn't say i know how you feel. She said. I don't know how you feel that that's really good. Open the world to me it all. Those two things have stayed with me as really what empathy the kind of embassy that we need now even as a country those two things. It's not just understand you. Oh i understand you. I can put myself in your place. It's i'm really in your problem. I have a commitment to you to be there for you. And the second thing is you don't begin by saying oh you've been divorced. I've been divorced. You know i've been there. You begin by saying. I don't know how you feel. I'm here to listen. I mean we need to understand the people who believe all kinds of conspiracy theories in this country. It's not enough to say. Oh they're crazy. I don't wanna know about them. I mean you. I you need to really understand in a deep way. What they're protecting themselves against what their anxieties are what. Problems are being solved in their psyche and their mind. They worldview by the things they hold dear but it's not an approval but it's a skill and i believe it's the crucial skill for all of us moving forward when we come back from our break sherry turco tells me about her unfortunate experience with a robotic psychotherapist and about her growing alarm. The way technology is threatening our privacy even our democracy. Don't forget if you enjoy listening to the fascinating. Guess we have one clear and vivid. You can help. Keep the flame alive by becoming a patron of the show. Clear and vivid in the all. The center for communicating. Science are both nonprofit and your patronage of clear and vivid. Help support them. Both he can become a patron at any level. Get early access to special videos at the highest level. You can get fun in sometimes weird benefits like my recording of your personalized voicemail. Message either with courteous dignity over the rambunctious among you a message with a certain amount of attitude. 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"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Your father. You tantalize the reader. Right want to. I don't want you to give away anything i'll give it with. The story is is that. I begin the book with the i find him. You know i find him at. After my mother dies. When i'm in college she is very young and you know she dies at a terrible time. Because i've been angry at her really all my life for keeping my father from me and and just as i'm starting to express myself and to talk to her about my feelings she dies and so i never had a chance to have that conversation and ten years later i i take it upon myself to do what she begged me not to do and i hire detective. I signed my father and it turns out that it was a transformative experience. Not because i've found somebody so great. But because i've found the reason that she didn't want me to know him and so what was the reason the reason was that he was a when i opened the door so i miss that the scene i opened the door and of course he looks just like me and he says to me. I'm my breath is taken away and he says. Did you find who the new york times. And at that time there with these ads on our remember these ads. I found my job to the new york times. And i'm thinking oh my god. He's been advertising for me but he hadn't been. He hadn't been advertising for me. He had put in ad in the times. That said e. equals mc squared is not correct queens. High school teacher disproves einstein and he was kind of a rogue scientist who thought that he was the next einstein. He disproved stein. It was some. He found some arithmetic mistake on stein. And when i was a baby he did. Experiments on me likes canarian experiments. He would leave me alone in a room and not talk to me. He'd leave me in the dark. He would you know he would talk for five minutes and not talk to me for five minutes. I mean very you know things that really were very destructive Not good to do to a child and my mother had come home one day. And she had found him these experiments and she took some bags from the a. and p. and put some clothes and diapers in them and she called my aunt mildred. Who was a a single woman living with my grandparents in brooklyn near prospect park and mildred came and picked us up and we went back to live in brooklyn with my grandparents. And that's really where my life of begins so my mother was afraid. She fled this man because she was afraid for me and Finding him mean. Come full circle to your question. Finding him was transformative. Not because i really found my father for found a father that who who could relate to me. But because i had this reconciliation after her death with my mother i finally understood why she had taken me and not wanted me to see him and why she was afraid for me. And i felt in terms of empathy. I felt empathy for her and how frightened. She was for me and for herself. And how over her head. She must have felt with this kind of mad. Scientists doing skin area experiments with our precious and I felt close to her. I reconciled with her. I felt empathy for her long after her death shown is so he incapable of actually regarding another other person as a person specially a one year. Old baby actually. I talk about the the way the book brings together my life and my work is exactly on this theme. It's about why we can't treat people as objects and why objects are different than people. Which of course is the theme of my work. My work i tell many stories in the book about ai. Scientists telling me children shouldn't see bambi because they should learn that you shouldn't form attachments to people because children will be raised. Robots not mothers. I mean you know. I mean i try to describe the atmosphere of that. I work in. Mit which is really to see people and objects as interchangeable and in my view inappropriate moments. And it really began with him. Were you aware before you wrote the book that your personal life and the life of your work or intertwines intimately or did you discover it as you wrote the book. Well the truth is that i discovered a surprising amount of it. As i wrote the book for somebody who had been i you know. I've been analyzed twice. I've been trained as a psychoanalyst. I i mean. I really have spent as you say a tremendous amount of time thinking about my life and thinking about my process but i discovered details and made connections in the course of writing this book that i hadn't made before i've learned empathy for myself in a new way i it and and i've connected my life and my work and my passion and my intellectual life in a way that i wanted to be able to share with people because i think that that's what makes you know that's really what life is about. It's freud said lavin work. That's what life is about and i think that we don't the people don't often enough allow themselves to be vulnerable and share. Why their life's passion connects to their. Life's work. I tried to do that when you were talking about. Reconciliation screw empathy for your mother. When you realize would she had been up against. Why should behavioral. Which did you made me wonder. Did you ever reconcile in your own. Mind with your father. Yes i did. But in a way where i learned how to set boundaries between myself and people who could harm me and that was the way i reconciled with him in other words i saw him as someone who was part of my life and i took care of him when he was dying and he needed me. I didn't abandon him. I tried to respect the fact that he had given me life. But i learned through my relationship with him How to be in a relationship and also set clear boundaries and relationship does i saw someone could was really there to hurt me and actually there's a funny story that i'd like to.
"sherry" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"And this is clear in vivid conversations about connecting and communicating the way the book brings together my life and my work is exactly on this theme. It's about why we can't treat people as objects and why objects are different and people. I try to describe the atmosphere That i work in at mit which is really to see people and objects as interchangeable and in my view inappropriate moments that sherry terkel whose life work has been to challenge the technologists. She works on to think hard about the way. Their inventions can threaten empathy. Her challenge began with a book. She wrote over twenty five years ago called the second self. She has a new book now. The empathy diaries of memoir. And in it she movingly and candidly weaves together revenge in her own life with the dawning understanding of the way technology can weaken connections sherry. This is going to be so great because you know how fascinated i am with empathy. Yes and your book is the amphitheater diaries. And it's such a clever and smart way to combine empathy from your own life and empathy that. You've studied the threat to empathy that you'd studied in our culture. Now so we go from you and your personal life to all of us in our cultural life in one book and it's so poignant thank you so what i love is hell honest. You are net comes to a great extent. I guess out of your life story itself because your mother kind of puts you in that position. Didn't she of having to observe her figure out. What was the best. What was real. And what was her reality right. Well i think that my you know some people learn empathy. Biggest people are empathic towards them. And i learned to be detective of my own life kind of nancy drew of my life because people were asking me to lie. People weren't telling me the story they were telling me to say my name was bonowitz. A with when my name was zimmerman. My name was terkel when my name was zimmerman. And my name was you know. The point is that in order to try to figure out why people were asking me to lie. I had to figure out what was in their heads. I learned empathy kind of by needing to be a detective to find out what the truth was. So what was the event. What was the event the triggered that the event that triggered all this was that my mom had been married to my father. Charles zimmerman And left him. When i was one and i didn't know why and She went back to live with her grand- with her parents. My grandparents robert and edith bonowitz in brooklyn and my aunt mildred bond was living with them to But i was never to mention. My father's name wasn't called sherry zimmerman referred to me a sherry We didn't talk about my father. And my mother remarried a took the name terkel even know my name was still sherry zimmerman and i went to school and i wrote cherry zimmerman and then i had to hide all of my papers when i came home so nobody would know. My real name was and and so really. The my book is the mystery story of me trying to figure out what had happened. That had made my mother field that she needed to race. My father and that that being told to lie and being sort of carrying family secret taught me a lot of lessons. That i you know i detail in the book one lesson is that there's always another story next to the real story because i was the fake story so i knew that there was always in any family or in any situation. You should look for the story next to the story and it also gave me a kind of outsider perspective. An embassy diaries. I talk a lot about how that outsider nece has allowed me to look at situations with kind of a fresh. I political situations personal situations emotional situations and i think it's.
How to Snack Smarter
"Is snacking important for all of us sherry. So basically snacking is important and it really depends on your meals so if you're eating something small or something isn't very filling to begin with then. It may not hold you over to your next meal so having that snack is gonna keep you satisfied in the meantime which will prevent you from overeating at your next meal which can lead to excess calorie consumption now however that snack itself should not lead to excess calorie consumption. So you wanna make sure that you're eating something nutrient dense not calorie dense a nutrient dense. Food will nourish us give us lots of nutritional value while low in calories and the calorie dense foods are higher in calories get provide little to look nutrition so meal planning should have also some snack planning and it and should focus on those nutrient dense foods and if something has a long list of ingredients it's probably highly processed and doesn't have much nutrition so focused on foods that are in their natural state and have minimal ingredients. Think an apple versus a slice of apple pie. Well that's no fun actually just gave my son some apples right now every afternoon. It at like three thirty. We have apple slices peanut butter and popcorn. That's like our little go to snack. Kimberly is there anything you would add to that. Why is snacking important. And do you have any general tips for how to make snacking healthier. I think sherri didn't really good job in that. You know that it's important. Add that into your meal plan. I think that's one of the things that people time to get more often is that snacking should be part of the meal plan. You have your meals but if you don't put it in your snack time to run to the nearest thing in your refrigerator or cabinet and that's when you'll snack unhealthy so i think it's really important to put that in part of your meal plan like sherry at mentioned but also in you're thinking of its neck and you think of your meal. Planning it should incorporate in macronutrients or shouldn't just be popcorn by itself. It should have more macronutrients like the high protein or the fiber also some of the carbohydrates in fact the shot a little bit of
Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre
"Hi by us on tiles on a data scientist cherry. Do you remember how you first got involved in the area of data management sites good of interesting routes in my career first and foremost physicists. In my condemning track originally was aimed for working in optics tonics when i finished my started working as a tonic designer for not to go communications company and then one day one of former post. Docs invited checkout chevy's office. He started working there at school. People come to get health and it was really kind of an immediate hits so jerry really met all the criteria that i have where it's still again. Perspective projects specifically the working on a really challenging problem defining domain model for bela states. There were working on high impact issue and it was work with smart people really smart people right so type. Problems is very challenging. And then what you're doing really to think about the real estate industry state as it is right now so the would be kind of what speed trading or is dead for the stock. Market's really changing the way the real estate market's looking at tech. So all that looked good. I joined sherry and they learned about the domain afield state so then who is one of the founders and learn about functional and object oriented programming test driven design micro services from medicine. Sterling is a senior engineer i learned about. Nlp knowledge grass from the awesome john madden or head of machine learning engineering. Who you've answered before. And zoya from ron beckerman bizarre. Cdo in data science professor. So it's been really great working all these people. It's been an awesome learning experience
The Hockey Shaman Who Rebuilt the NHLs Hottest Goalie
"So james first of all. How many nicknames does jack campbell have in the big one for sherry soupy or soup and that is very common in hockey. Anyone that is named campbell and there've been a lot of them mostly. What you hear is yes and then you know some of the other nicknames that you get are going back further into his past and his family calls a little jack when he played in texas in the minors they call them. Happy jack which is a fitting nickname for the way that jack campbell axe but around the leaves it soup or be all the time is what you hear and seems like this guy is pretty universally loved like took to an unusual degree. Why is it's just his personality and his media availabilities obviously. He's in the biggest hockey market in the world. So there's a lot of attention on him and he's very very quickly won over. A lot of people fans coaches teammates media with just his disposition. Definitely oh the boys a nice red lobster dinner. How that's for sure off. Definitely not what i expect out of myself but thankfully a great team and the curated jeremy tonight and it was just a lot of fun nets endeared himself to his teammates into the fan base really quickly off. Matthew said soups awesome. soups awesome. He comes to the day and Smile on his face knee. He works extremely hard and been You know he's been on real us. The players really just gush about him and his story has come out and been told and all that he went through the more. The team is kind of rallied around him and kind of really embraced him as a team. May
In-person learning returns for most Massachusetts elementary school students Monday
"Across Massachusetts set to resume in person Learning tomorrow is WBZ Sherry small, It's been a long time coming starting Monday morning. Most Massachusetts elementary School teachers and students will be back in the classrooms for in person learning as mandated by a state order. They're all going back to school soon, so it's stressful. Scott re spoke to WBC TV. His wife is a teacher in Hey, Real, he says. She has some concerns. She's worried that you know there's gonna be Bodger outbreaks and things with the kids and potentially some teachers that haven't been vaccinated. Report shows 801 new coronavirus cases among students 244 among school staffers for the latest reporting week together, that's the largest number this academic year. There are some exceptions to the reopening, the state has granted more than 50 school district's waivers, allowing them to bump out a complete return to full time in person. Learning to a later date. Kerri Small
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Mass. Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say
"From Bedford, Mass. Is facing murder charges accused of publicly beating his girlfriend to death in Maine. WBC. Sherry Small has more beach goers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four p.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock. On the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina dead Behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head.
Massachusetts man charged with killing domestic partner on beach in York
"Bedford, Massachusetts Man is facing murder charges in the beating death of his girlfriend up in Maine. Beachgoers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four P.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock on the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina Dead. Had behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head Sherry small WBZ Boston's news
Massachusetts Reports 2,362 New COVID Cases, 35 Additional Deaths
"Covad numbers for Massachusetts. The latest daily count goes over 2300 WBZ Sherry Small breaks down the numbers. Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports slightly over 2300 new covert cases and 40 additional deaths in the latest daily count. As a Friday, 622 people were hospitalized with Corona virus related illness. That's down just a bit from Thursday's count, and there are an estimated 28,810 active cases. Right now. Throughout the state. Seven day average testing positivity rate is 2.32%. Since the start of the pandemic, nearly 588,600 people in the state have tested positive for Corona virus. The death toll has surpassed 16,700. Sherry small
Boulder shooting suspect to make first court appearance Thursday
"The suspected gunman in this week's deadly shooting at a grocery store in Colorado, is expected to make his first court appearance today in Boulder. Allison Sherry with Colorado Public Radio says the suspect is facing 10 counts of first degree murder. This will be the first time the public has seen Ahmad ELISA since he limped out of a boulder grocery store, half naked and bloody after he allegedly shot and killed 10 people in the parking lot and store. ELISA will be charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and will be advised of the charges he faces and his rights as a defendant. Authorities believe he was the sole shooter on Monday, and they're still investigating what happened, including a possible motive. Lisa is expected to be held without bond in the Boulder
North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan
"Say Kim Jong un has launched missiles that have fallen into the sea at Baxter covering it all from the number 9 16 years room. Sanford Yeah, exactly exactly right. Douglas First enforcement, Japan's Coast guard and then confirmed by South Korea's chief of staff of Bloomberg's sherry on we have heard from the Japan Coast Guard, saying that North Korea had fired this time around a ballistic missile. Now this would violate a United Nations ban on ballistic missile launches by North Korea. Sherry saying to ballistic missiles, Japan has said they fell outside the easy And the almost the same time as the launch. The Biden administration issued a statement about the two launches over the weekend of the smaller cruise missiles, saying they were just business as usual. No response from Mr Bayan of the White House at this point to this launch after a rather rocky
Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago
"Took part in the Protect Chicago Plus Initiative today at the U. N Health Miles Square Health Center, said he's back of the yards neighborhood on the South side. It's same is to ensure vaccine equity and communities of color. What we've seen is a swell of people who are excited about getting the vaccine in really neighborhoods across the city, but particularly among our black and brown Populations that were more reluctant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health Doctor Allison or would he was on hand at that clinic today for the initiative. It's in the 4600 block of South Bishop. And there are so many community based organizations that have stepped up to partner with this health center to bring vaccine and the news of vaccine to this neighborhood. Chicago's back of the yards neighborhood is made up of mostly Latin ex residents that groups on 80% increase in its death rate last year. The largest of any group, followed by black residents who saw 40% increase in their overall death rate from the previous Parents of Chicago Public School students are demanding a say, and how the $2 billion from President Biden's on covert 19 relief bill that's earmarked for Chicago school district will be spent. Sherry, Miles says she wants the district to be more transparent. We have been told the CPS has spent millions millions of dollars on our
Health Experts Fear COVID-19 Surge as States Lift Restrictions
"To growing evidence. The uk very could also be deadlier still twenty states moving to lift restrictions in the last two weeks oklahoma to drop its remaining mask requirement texas after lifting. Its statewide mask. Mandate suing the city of for keeping the mask rule in place but health officials urging restraint but despite caution from health officials the cdc's guidelines for fully vaccinated. Americans are allowing for some big first steps. Abc's andrew denver has more americans eager to restart their lives inch closer to normalcy. The cdc issuing new guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated suggesting americans who have received the full dose if covid nineteen vaccines can get together indoors in small groups with family and friends without masks or social distancing. They say if grandparents are fully vaccinated they can visit an even hug family members who aren't vaccinated as long as no one is high risk. The cdc is still advising against travel. Abc sherry preston breaks down the guidelines with one health expert. Cdc says fully vaccinated people can visit with other fully vaccinated people and healthy unvaccinated people as well however doctors are still warning against unnecessary travel for now infectious disease expert dr yvonne maldonado with more on why we are still concerned about variants that may be occurring around the world and we don't want to bring those home we already have enough here and we want to keep the transmission down as low as possible when you're out in public the guidelines still hold. Keep the masks on and socially distance again to keep transmission as low lowest possible sherry preston. Abc news abc's. George
"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 Asian, Not Asian
"A poll worker gave props. Well thank you very much has been raised soon and thank you so much for listening. Sherry cola was our guest. Thank you so much for joining us. Share where can fans find you. Just look me up on. Instagram share cola. That's where i am honey's podcasts or anything like that but youtube page. That is been a conversation for many years. But i haven't committed yet. I can't commit quite yet honey. But it's coming it's coming. I'm sure she's definitely busy. Check out her amazing vietnamese accent in her out on. Good trouble playing honolulu. That's mesa yup and work in our fans. Fine assuming you can always find us at asian asian part on all platforms. I'm also on instagram twitter at the f. b. find me on instagram and nice pants bro. Please leave a review and listener and check out. Our patriot patron dot com slash asia asian part for bonus episodes behind the scenes. Standup stuff. we release extra race news on there. We got some feedback last night we might do a live twitch streaming we among us like. We're just gonna try to release bunch of funny content. It's winter because we can't go outside so please join us for five bucks a month you get access to all this cool stuff You also get a shout out on the podcast. And we've got a zoom stand up comedy show which sherry would love to have you do shows. They'll do that. I promise you i know. Zoom shows can weird. Our show is good. It's a fun time. Our fans are so adorable. They love comedy and i think it'd be a great time so good fans. I think this one's going to be january eighth eighth because next week at christmas and the week after new year. So comeback eighth producer. Reach out to you. It'll be a good time but ailes sherri thank you. So much everybody have a amazing christmas hanukkah kwanzaa happy new year. Stay the goddamn inside. Happy holidays we love you bye..
"sherry" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Yeah because it's like when i was seventeen. I didn't tell her when she blatantly asked me a question to which is so fun. I had a high school. Boyfriend named yousef shadowed. Where are you. i can't find you ha- let's call up. Let's let's go national ethic national ethic. I'm trying to find trying to find yussef. Fenian nine p finian. But yeah like i remember having a boyfriend like shoot up like like i was dating guy in high school and Basically was night and we didn't go to prom. 'cause i was like sherry doesn't dance. That was like the whole thing was like one hundred percent. I totally relate to you as far as a strange non trait as your trait. Don't eat broccoli. Okay that's my thing. It's my brand. Everybody knows my doesn't hey eat broccoli. The headline of the school newspaper sherry doesn't fucking dance like whiskers in the hallway. So ironic. Because i was another thing you never explained. I was on pep. I was nuclear cheerleader. And like so. I did do danc- things and of course today dan. I won't stop dancing but in with the had like that. Yeah honey a off..
"sherry" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Was so incredible. I could talk just about that on the show but one of the cool things was I also during that whole process was learned about the exploration, the first group that went through the Grand Canyon Powell and like the it's fascinating. So we've got that here too those crazy things that they ran into, they lost all their food they were GONNA die. And it's here in the US too which is it's really cool to enter. It totally is I. Before we get into the books I wanNA talk about that and I wanNA bring up the point because I haven't thought about this at all during the whole covert until you mentioned it was that other people can't travel to and that's why I don't feel bad because I. Thought I was maybe just matured. Like. Oh you know you're cool with like slowing down at forced you to because both you and I are Gogo Yep. You're just you're just mature. You're more enlightened and travel and you're right. I'm not. I'm not that you said it but I'm saying I'm I not it's just that other people are doing it too. So I, how about it? Yeah, exactly. All right we're all stuck in the same boat. This kind of part of me. There are times like when I'm in the middle of a project or something like the middle of that book where like I Kinda don't want this to end because then I'm going to probably put this down and never finish it because I feel like awesomeness everyone going places and I'm like Oh my gosh, I got to do something i. need to do something it's. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure you do. We probably have mutual friends. I have a few friends that are traveling are doing stuff either because half to. you know for certain circumstances or they just you know are choosing to what have you? I have a friend in Costa Rica's learning the surf fly I'm trying to learn to surf here and so on like looking at him like I, could do this Croatias been open to. Americans. One of our favourite countries so I see a few travel friends there they can do. We just go. You know it's like it's it's still there but it's such a small little push because there's so few people doing that it hasn't. got. It has wherever yeah. Right I wondering when that will happen I can't wait to see your instagram of when it happens for Sherry that domino falls maybe on the next of Onoda. Fall because here is going to be a point where we just say, right all right. We'll. We'll be safe going like we got to so yeah. I don't know maybe after this call, we both get off with a high we got to do it. So do flirt around with it. I still enjoy kind of the the flirting around with the idea and planning just just they were talking about I'm like. Go spend the winter in Mexico City. But. Yeah I. Don't know it depends for heather and I it is probably like what we've talked. I was like January. If. It's okay. You know where we are right now and it's okay to go places and we can be saving. We'll probably that might be the the the pushing up. It's January. It's called. It's Dr Up let's go. Let's go to Mexico. Exactly because I I've always said since the beginning of this, I'm worried about the winter really worried about the winter subtlety falls night. Yeah. Give me out. Yeah and I don't I'm not a skier. So I don't. Know, I'm not GonNa hit the mountains or anything like that. So it's really like, yeah I'm GonNa want to get out definitely. Yeah, I think. We I think words set and maybe January eighth is as the drop that night of like we gotta get Outta here. I've actually said that to heather on my. Birthday January third fine. We can be around friends family but like as soon as that days over, I got nothing years so it might be time to go. It might be. Yeah. All. Right. I like that plan I liked that plan I keeping Bruce Kratz. All right across famous grandmothers fired for sure worried about yeah me too I see the pictures like Dubrovnik and always say like all this would be amazing with no tourists here will yeah there's no tourists. Post pictures and I think I am I. I still feel am I missing a once in a Lifetime Opportunity I. Think the answer is. Yes. It might not ever be this drastic. Hopefully, it isn't this drastic again, but they're still going to be. I don't know I'm like you. You just feel like you're always let me get it in right now and it's like, yeah. I think what? What holds me in on this because I think we probably are missing an. That once in a lifetime opportunity of seeing Bennett's or whatever without tourists but. I think what holds us in is this is still bad enough that. From social norm. I mean we are people that are ready break social norms but I guess it just proves that we had some limits. Yep Which is okay. Thing I mean I think so too. Yeah I think. So it is this like I'm not willing. To put travel or this? Yeah. This once in a lifetime I head of my safety, my kids safe. The families, the other people's safety you know setting the wrong example whatever obviously, it's a continuum, Agana Vlad, what example you should set. So some people might listen to be like what you said you might go we're in January. It's like, yeah. But Yeah All right I speaking of place you might go on. January. Let's talk about this book because when you sent me This email and was like travel i. got this book that. Marie. Oh my Gosh I can't wait to get. This is perfect like. The exact type of travel book that I want of. Good choices but not too many because. Like you give someone too many choices like, Hey, traffic share you can go anywhere in the world a right yeah. You gotta hours could we're going start it by his but here it's like here are three different types of trips here. Are you know why to go during this time and so it's like a nice hand holding. But not telling you this is the only place but here's things that you can do. So I love the premise. How long have you been thinking about this because you mentioned discipline on your list for a while and you just never doubted. So how long have you been thinking about writing a book like this? Probably four or five years. Okay. Let's say enter Tis and I'd been keeping a little like evernote. No like. Ideas of these are the things that I would include for different months. And it wasn't until the pandemic that sat down and started really like moving those pieces around and figuring out like Oh and it might have even been then that I decided I would do the three types of trips per month because I was having a hard time. I couldn't just pick one I could never get one. Like, we said we're GONNA people options. It's just not thousand options. It's maybe And I realized that the way that I did it. I was listening all these super epic trips, candidates, some of this stuff in the bio right? And I realize well, okay. I don't WANNA turn people off because those are also time consuming and normally more expensive So let me try to give people some other varieties of type of trips and Yeah. That's where I came up with the Epic I did one that was kind of a mix of international and festivals and then one that is completely a group completely domestic. US based for those people that were like, no I want I didn't even think about the pandemic honestly at that time it.
"sherry" Discussed on The Storyteller
"Thankful that. that. When I've rededicated my life that. I wanted to be. Be Serious about it. and. That the Lord would. You know through the different trials that I go through. Before this, like even after this that the Lord has helped me through. All that and. Facing. Different situations like dealing with death that. Of A mom and of a brother. If I. Didn't have the Lord in my heart it would be very hard. To deal with some of that in how he's helped me through lake answering my prayers and. Having different. Ones. Being there encouraging me and. Through getting to know him to through his word. My mom and I didn't have. The greatest relationship? But. Through the power of forgiveness it was. So neat to see how the Lord work things out. We both had keys when my mom passed on and. There is no. Regrets but like how the Lord worked it out in his time of to make things right between us and. I'm just so thankful for the parents said he did give me. And I, look forward seeing her in heaven again someday. Each of us are centers and we need to be. If we have that heavy conviction like if he's speaking to us. Not to let that go and. This is why I chose to give. Her to accept the Lord into my heart because. I needed. My sins to be forgiven for the things that I did against. My parents in a whole lot of other people. and. Now that. I did. He no longer uses. Her Caesar. Sin In my life. At that time. And each of us have to do this. Because we have to stand before him. For Judgment. And given account for our life. It's a miserable thing for a child, of God to wonder away from him. But Sherry story reminds us that there is a way back. God tells us in the Bible in First John One nine. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from unrighteousness. Did you get that. God will forgive and cleanse us if we will come to him honestly with our wrongdoing. That's God's promise to those who belong to him. Do you belong to him? Have you wandered away? It's time to humble yourself and come back to the Lord don't waste another day. And if you haven't yet put your trust in Jesus Christ as your savior, there's no better time than now. Interested in what you've heard, write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five, six, six, one, nine that's Po box one, thousand, one, Bemidji Minnesota five, six, six, one, nine. Our phone number is eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight, that's eight, seven, seven, seven, six, six, four, six, four, eight. Our web address is without reservation dot com, and you can also find us on facebook at without reservation. Thanks for listening and remember the greatest story took place at the Cross for the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is Eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends, there are more amazing stories to tell. So be sure to join us again next time as we listen to the storyteller..
"sherry" Discussed on The Storyteller
"When I think of what Jesus really did for me. I'm very thankful that he did that but. Like I feel unworthy that he. Did. All that but yet He does it for each. Each one who comes to him. Stay good day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native north. America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. On today's program, we'll hear from a young woman who put her trust in Jesus as a teenager but soon, found herself wandering away perhaps you or someone you know is in that same place if so you won't want to Miss Today's program. My name is Sherry Cardinal. I come from. Keith settlement here. It's an BERTA. I grew up here in. Kikuko, with my parents. And two brothers and three sisters. Growing up. We had to do chores. To haul water we had to. Scrub, the floors do the dishes and. All of that stuff that helped me later on in life. My parents used to take to church a lot when we're little and. We. Go to camps in the summertime in. That was so much fun. Singing the different songs and listening to the different stories. and. When I was. Seventeen. It was the last camp at Qa Tin. That they had the camps over there and it was my last year that I can go to camp. It was during one of the messages that he was giving and. was then that I knew that I needed. Like I needed the Lord. To cleanse me from my sins. Because he said for all have sin income short of the Glory Gaden? While he was speaking I felt. A heaviness over me. That I needed to get things right with the Lord and. After the meeting I put up my hand and I talked with him. And it was then that he. Showed me through the Bible and. That I needed to get my life right except the Lord. During some of that time at Camp I learnt that Jesus did die on the Cross for my sins and that. He was he didn't sin and here he put all arson on. Like, he died for it and. To me that's. You know a lot of stuff that. I did in my life they key. He died for my sins and then he made. A way for me to be free from that and. It's not accounted for its. That verse in Psalms. One, hundred, three twelve says as far as the East is from the West. So far has he removed. Our transgressions from us. Verse means that he doesn't see our sin anymore in. That is just like. Asleep that's wipe clean. It was then that I accepted the Lord. And after that, it just felt like. But to something was lifted. then. I went to Bible school the following year. And it was neat learning. God's word and. Just growing, there But during that time, I made some bad choices. and. I didn't go to Bible school the following year by so my choices and. then. It was then that I start drinking backsliding and Then became pregnant with my first daughter. and. I tried to fit in. With the crowd and going out and. Doing. Drugs. and. I still felt empty. and. Then I. Got Pregnant. Again. Two different fathers for my children. And you think you learn the first time? But. You just keep going into your sin like keep doing things that you're not supposed to. And I used to leave my girls with different babysitters. And for the weekend. And then when. I. Come back on a Sunday or something I'd try them gifts just because I was away from them and. This is the. Early part of their lives and My brother Eric in ninety six got into car crash. and. It was then that. Even during this time, there is an emptiness that I've found like going out and come and like doing all the stuff I used to do. That it wasn't filling. The inside for me. and. During all of the going through with losing a brother. So sudden. Averse came into. My mind. It's in. Hebrews nine, twenty, seven where it says it's appointed for man wants to died and then. After that judgment. And that really scared me because of the way was living. And? If my life was taken suddenly Howard brothers was. Like where would I go? Would I go to heaven or would I go to hell and? It was.
"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 From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl
"Thank you for Sherry. You're going to be a great MO. But he. What scares you? Scares me. The most is. Failing in life and failing myself. Standing my own ground and respecting my own limits. In order to please other people. Is that something that shows up in your regular day to day life? Yes. What wait? Going out when I don't want to having an extra class wine when I don't want to. Staying plate and not respecting what my body wants at times. And so I struggle with that. At work. And also when I'm home. What's the fear? What's the risk of that? Makes you push your own boundaries. Like that. That I will end up being rejected and. Left alone. That I won't be loved or. Yeah. Just generally rejected. If you're too close your eyes right now and just for a moment. Imagine that. At that fear wasn't there or that the fear wasn't so big that you felt safe in expressing your needs and your wants and your boundaries. Really? Clearly, the people would still be there. Not all. But that's okay. What would that be like what would be different in life? If you had more of that trust. I would be happier. I would be proud of myself, and I would. Before filling my trim son going after what I truly want to not what other people are expecting of me..
"sherry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Sherry preston. South Carolina is home to a mega millions ticket worth one point six billion dollars. ABC's? Kenneth moten says that's where the only winning ticket was sold the mega millions balloon to mega billions last week. Breaking a world record the jackpot just got bigger and bigger no winner since July the jackpot and unprecedented. Cash pay out of nine hundred four million dollars had lot of fever spreading across the US. I just want to be a New Yorker that win. I could I could use one point six billion mega millions confirmed early this morning. There's only one winning jackpot ticket in South Carolina. You can stay anonymous Turkey's president today is renewing his demands that the suspects in the killing of reporter Jamal kashogi, face Justice, ABC and panel is an Istanbul. He says the US is revoking visas as some of the Saudis believed to be involved just some of the individuals that they think are responsible for the murder presumably this is some of the individuals who have already been detained by the Saudi authorities. So what actual impacts that will? Have intangible action will have to wait and see the migrant caravan making its way through Mexico toward the US. Splitting some people now say they may try to cross the border into Zona ABC's. Lana Zak is there. Higher to this caravan actually, the biggest issue that I was hearing from people out here when they were talking about immigration policies was President Trump's policy of separating families that was causing people to turn away from the Republican party. One person is dead after a crash involving a school bus in Alabama. The school bus was on interstate twenty taking students from a Tuesday night football game in the town of leads back to Roanoke on the eastern edge of Alabama state. Police say a westbound pickup truck crossed the median and collided with the bus both vehicles ending up on the shoulder of the freeway. One person in the truck was killed eleven other people were hurt including eight students. The bus driver was taken by helicopter to a Birmingham hospital. Jim Ryan ABC news. This is ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom video conferencing. Turn any size.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Who may not know this when we're talking to sherry lansing we are talking to the first woman may be the only woman i can't think of another who ever ran a major film studio i know how it actually um i was the first but i'm happy to say that since that time there have been several women at that have had the title of chairman an shame to help now i think i'm not going to remember everybody but but certainly amy pascal instead lead nikoil stacy snyder and i hope i'm not leaving out any one i'm at the mercy kharazi had a very big title at a network so i'm happy to say that um the doors were broken down and all you did a lot of the breaking thank you and i were very young at the time because your gorgeous and young rent rush put gorgeous and young together one doesn't have to be young to be gorgeous and you have been beauty for your life what just have to live with them you that's a really great compliment feeling a kid when you took over a tarom on was fairmont first now at 20century facts was first and i was thirty five thirty and so i was quite young but actually i had done every job within the studio system when i got the title of i think the title i got was president later on and became chairman of paramount pictures chairman of burma pressure vital'o but the title president then actually meant the same i mean you know titles there's a lot of title inflation in this business um title in herat.