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Boston Pops to Air Virtual 4th Of July Special; No Live Fireworks
"Day to you A lot of annual fourth of July. Events are canceled this year for safety reasons and the pandemic, But not everything is a no go. W B Z Sherry Small tells as some are still on, but in a very different way, we're hearing a lot of this Fourth of July weekend is cancelled pandemic, putting the kibosh on most traditional celebrations. Yes, the big fireworks spectacular on the Esplanade won't happen, but the Boston Pops Will still perform virtually a Boston pops salute to our heroes honoring covert 19 frontline workers and those who have lost their lives, airs on television radio and streamed online. They're more events to streamed on YouTube and Facebook is James Taylor's sold out concert. Fenway in 2015. There's a 90 minute online virtual tour of the historic Freedom Trail on Facebook, a 21 gun salute from the USS Constitution in virtual tour of Old Ironsides and fireworks. Shows from New York and Washington, D C will air on television. Sherry Small
NASA naming headquarters for 'Hidden Figures' engineer
"NASA is naming its headquarters in Washington after its first black female engineer whose story was told in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures sherry Jackson started her NASA career as part of the segregated unit a female mathematicians for the space program she died in two thousand five at eighty three years old last year the street in front of NASA headquarters was also named hidden figures
Where to Go and When
"Love Buddy and welcome to another episode of this week in travel name is. Gary Aren't coming to you from quasi quarantine here in. EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. With me is usual that laughter you can hear in. The background is Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing Sir I'm doing well? Living in a much less exciting city and I'm okay with that. But you are keeping busy. Oh Yeah Travel. Lot Of? Zip because twice within the last nine days. It's pretty good I do that on a daily basis just because I'm walking distance from like the next ZIP code. They say much also from Sunny California gentlemen. Are we doing jen? Guys happy to reconnect with you and I've been doing travel daydreaming and excitedly looking forward to a day trip to L. A. This weekend. Wow, so that'll get on the horse. That'll take you about a day to get there I assume and then exactly exactly. And what are you GonNa? Do in La we are going to have a distance barbecue with my husband's cousin. which is more exciting every day that we're still saying? In between Minnesota and California, is our guest Sherry coming from Denver Colorado? How're you doing sheriff? I am great. Thanks for having me. You've been on the show before right. A long three or four times, but yeah, it's like. Himself or so? But, it's been a while actual as in say. The last time I saw when I moved to Denver, so that was three years ago. Well. There's so much travel stuff going on now. people are just leaving their houses and going to places. We. We do have a couple of stories This one. I thought was great and I was kicking myself after reading it because. I hadn't thought of IT I. there is a woman in China who made. Over a half, a million dollars buying travel insurance on flights she predicted would get delayed. And then cashing in on it. and. You know this I. There was I. think it was windy. Perrin was like last year or the year before she made like ten thousand dollars when her family was going to go on a trip and she was in new. York and the flights got cancelled like she had a flight cancelled. Then the next flight got canceled. Whatever whatever like storm went through? And I? Wish I'd kind of put it together like if you know like a big storms, coming or a hurricane or something like that, just by like one hundred tickets get them all canceled, and then like have the airline reimburse you or something? I think you could do that. I don't know if it would actually work. But. I guess the Insurance Company that are the company's. She had different accounts that she used to to not draw attention to herself. Closed loop hole, so you can't really do it anymore. Well. That's in China I. Don't know. Maybe you could still get away with with abandoned in the US. But I know that like the Happens a lot. We have these overbooked flights and they'll you know they'll? They'll say. I'll give x number of hundreds of dollars in a travel voucher. And I also know from friends who work in the airline industry that are sites where you can look to see because they do like a non ref flights disea- If a flight is booked, so part of me always wonders if you couldn't book such a flight and then just. You know arrange it such that. You could then get the. Flight Coupon. Canceled A ticket. Get your money back and just keep doing that.
A Funny Byproduct Of Having To Buy Fewer Products
"About our fancy frame TV. Over the last couple of weeks on the PODCAST and I guess also on the blog. If you've seen our last couple blog post, we've been talking about how we've been pleasantly surprised that the furniture we moved down here for the most part fit very well and naturally into our new home. Yeah, it is kind of amazing to say. We showed a bunch of stuff in the. The pod I mean we did have measurements for rooms, and we did have an idea of what we're going to wear, so we weren't just like willy. Nilly putting a bunch of things in the pod, but we knew as we loaded the pod like there is going to be a margin for error I'm sure we'll get there and something won't work the way we thought it. It would because there's really nothing like being in a space and moving furniture around like you can try to do that in your head. When you're not in the space, it's really hard to land on the right. You Know Group of objects in the right. Lay Out I think anytime. We've moved houses. There's been this process where like some of your old furniture doesn't fit in. In the new house, for whatever reason like maybe it's because of the scale of the peace or the exact dimensions, or even a style, but you know you have these pieces that just don't land and work I think we expected that issue with at least some of the things that we brought down, but again we're grateful. Most everything has pretty much worked as it is. Is Yeah were even things John was like I. don't even know why we're bringing this. And then we brought it, and like played a very important role like remember. We talked about those bookcases that we're using in the kitchen and they have like so much storage. They're basically like extending our cabinets using as a pantry fought to leave those in richmond or sell them in Richmond. Richmond because I didn't think we had a place for them. And Sherry was right and the table in the kitchen. There's like a round white table that was like a game table in our old house in the bonus room and John was like I can't picture for people being able to eat here. I can't picture it fitting in the kitchen and it like probably won't live. Live there forever, but it is so good for now and if it hadn't made the POD, we'd be in trouble once again. Sherry was right so I think it's been nice because we didn't have this kind of like panic buying mode when we got here. We're like we don't have a kitchen table shot for one real quick and pretty much the only things that we have. Have had to buy at least the big furniture pieces we've had to buy have been things we knew we'd have to get because we didn't bring them with us. Like our beds like we had to get an outdoor dining table and other side note as we were packing the dining table with outdoor dining table in Richmond, and it was routed in the legs fell off. So we basically bought the same sized table. It was a different finish in a different color, and it works perfectly like I'm actually really glad that one did fall apart in Richmond. Has that one was like seven years old and disbar gone, and even informed the decision like that one was would, and it was rotten, so we got a metal and resin one. That will not, so you know some things were just dumb. Luck. Something's were strategy, but whatever it is that led us to where we are. We both kind of expected to land me like okay so now we need a rug dresser aside table six lamps five. Cheers. But you know what I'm saying I thought we'd land and have this list of like huge furniture items we needed, and it's like all we really needed. Where the things we knew we needed off the bat like beds. Yeah I, think that's the point here is that we've been grateful that we haven't had to go on like this sudden shopping spree and the other thing I wanted. Wanted to point out that was interesting. As we are shopping for one of the other items. We knew we'd have to get which has been window coverings, because as you have probably seen on instagram. We've been using packing blankets. It's very swanky at Casa Peter Sick. Let me tell you packing blankets. They disintegrate into like a black soot, and it's all over your window sills, it's. It's all over your floors, but we have started to receive some of the curtains that we bought, and it highlighted something interesting about downsizing and going to a smaller house that I think we consciously have known, but this particular purchase was like a good case study to help us quantify one of the benefits of living in a smaller space and furnishing a smaller space I think. Think things that are more obvious to everyone is like Oh to clean and less to pay to heat and cool like we said that over and over again. It's like less maintenance if I only have one bathroom I, worry less about maintaining four showers, enforcing them leaking and all that stuff, but I think this is one of those things where it's like when we say it. But it's just a thing we consciously knew, but then it was really interesting to see the actual numbers I. Actually don't know all the numbers. John is going to reveal them to me. Yeah, so I actually went back and tallied how many curtain panels and blinds we had to buy for our Richmond House, which as you probably heard? Her say is more than twice the size of the house. We are now living in Florida. So obviously had more windows to cover. Yeah, I can't wait to hear the numbers. John was like their staggering. I was staggered, so keep in mind. We didn't have curtains on every window so like not in the kitchens, bathrooms or anything like that and having a dining room, either yes, so this is not representative all the windows, so we had actually more blinds, and we had curtains, but we had twenty four curtain panels in Richmond. House K Twenty four, and I should point out. Out In recent months before we left, we were starting to like double up. Some of the curtain panels to make them look thicker right. Some have always been double in our living room. That was four panels instead of to on that big picture window in our office. We had a big picture window with four pounds instead of two. Did you just count those to? Double them because I couldn't remember what was doubled, so the twenty four number is probably closer to like thirty or thirty two. Yeah, that's what I would guess. We also have thirty blinds throughout. The houses were also. Roughly sixty two different window coverings. That Jack's yeah I mean. It was a lot I. Remember hanging those. It took us forever and I remember buying them, and it was so much money. I remember the blinds. We were like Oh. Do we need lines? Backpedal real quick and when we got home depot and saw the total. Yes, so again thirty ish curtain panels thirty blinds. Are you ready for the Florida numbers? I can't wait in Florida instead of thirty. We only need eight curtain panels, eight curtain panels versus thirty well, there's the saving instead of thirty blinds. We need five blinds. Five lines is my favorite and. And we're being very specific about these lines, guys. No one has researched blinds more than us. We will share what we pick when it arrives and we're sure we like it I. Don't want to jinx it. Hence all the packing blankets because we're taking our time and I also just for fun also looked at the number of curtain panels in blinds that. That we had to buy for the Beach House and the duplex. That's going to be like a million. A million I mean feel like we're. It's going to be close because it was three kids nine bathrooms like it was six seven, eight nine hundred ten bedrooms like it's a lot of juices well, and it was also fifty two curtain panels O and And Forty two blinds, no regrets right. We're glad we had curtains and blinds, but it sure is nice. When what did you say it's eight and five here in Florida compared to when we tally all of those previous homes that we sold eighty two curtain panels and seventy two blinds is so insane. Yes, and we ironed in hand
UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model
"And use we put it every a hand day full to worth fight of wrinkles these anti oxidants and fine lines into from the mac the inside blue pill out that's so why it's what that beautiful is it blue what color nutrients are we talking so you've about got this complementary well sherry Turkle action of says the benefits here to reveal of the magnesium secret from she's eight a practicing Izzy pharmacist you know we talked and about author the she's arteries written more than we a talked dozen about books the ATP on health we went including into the muscle the Canadian strength encyclopedia the brain function of natural the cardio medicine health the mood welcome to the I program go sherry
Man Missing For A Month Found Dead Inside Bedford VA Hospital in Boston
"A disturbing find at the Bedford VA hospital a body is found in the stairwell WBZ sherry small tells us the DA's office is investigating a man missing for a month is found dead in a stairwell at the Bedford VA hospital the sixty two year old last seen at the facility back on may eighth and reported missing a few days later Bedford police had initially search the building but didn't find him Middlesex DA Marian Ryan says the incident is very concerning what we know right now this appears to be a pretty tragic story someone goes missing is missing for five four are still weak and then is found right in the building where they should have had residents at the hospital say certain exits have been blocked off for months to prevent the spread of the corona virus they say they wonder if that's why no one found the ban until now the federal government runs a VA hospital the company care Thomas runs the housing complex Sherri small WBZ Boston news
Body of man, missing for five weeks, found in stairwell at Boston's Bedford VA Hospital
"What's happening the body of a missing man is found in the stairwell of VA hospital in Bedford WBZ sherry small has more on the investigation a sixty two year old resident of the VA campus in Bedford went missing for more than a month was found dead in a stairwell of the VA hospital on Friday that individual was located wearing what appears to be the same clothing that he was wearing when last seen on eighty eight in a stairwell in the building until six county district attorney Marian Ryan says how the man's body was overlooked this long and the manner of death are all part of the investigation well I basically waiting on the tops of the chief medical examiner and is well we'll be conducting an investigation around how the individual went missing back in may what steps were taken the federal government runs the VA hospital the company carriage house runs the housing
Using a Game to Improve Resilience in Teens With Rosemary Lokhorst
"Good Day and welcome to episode two hundred, sixty, three of live, happy now. This is Paula Phelps and this week. We're going to imagine. Living in a world has been plagued by a great tragedy. The. World is you know is gone. All the stores are closed and you can't see your friends. Sound familiar. Interestingly enough. We're talking about shadow's edge. A mobile game and lifestyle platform that was created to help teens and young adults build resilience skills. Today we're talking with Rosemary law forced one of the creative minds behind this innovative platform. Let's listen as she explains how this game has helped. Teens and young adults deal with chronic illness, anxiety and now a pandemic. Rosemary. Welcome to live happy now. Thank you I'm very flattered sphere. Well, we have a lot talk about because you've got so many different components to shadow's edge, but before we start talking about those components. Can you explain the game to us? So shadow's edge is a free mobile game that is helping teens and young adults build emotional resilience and the game dust that true self help content that is delivered right where they are on their devices playing games, so we incorporate principles of narrative therapy and artistic expression and turned that into a game to meet them rather. Rather at, can you explain what narrative therapies narrative therapy is the principle that you tell your story and talk about what you're going through that you're actually start to work on it internally. Bunch of research associated with that budge. The idea is that for example I've had trauma and top about various times with potentially with different people that I started incorporating how what has happened to me into my story and as I started doing rats. I Tell Louisville differently each time, and that's because. Because you are accepting what's happened to you and I will actually to move forward, and it sounds like it'd be a great thing for the teen market because a lot of times talking about your feelings is difficult and just saying this is what I need. You don't necessarily have the language for that. Yes, and especially in a try it teams. That's what they're meant to do. They're meant to become more independent, and there's so many things going on in the brain with gross and with becoming. Becoming their own person, they're finding their own identity, and I think that specific he now, even just in general teams are so much more pressure than we were when you were younger. There's so much more pressure to be the best that everything. There's so much more pressure from outside from your social media in all kinds of TV shows where people become billionaires by the age of twenty right, it can feel like some of these genes after Tuesday, full career path by age fourteen already and so. That stress in addition to just really finding out who they are and becoming more independent is just very heavy on their minds, and that's not always easy for them to the neck. Stress any in addition to that our research is also shown when we were harvesting over fourteen million conversations of teens online that they actually prefer eating out to somebody that is potentially not really in their immediate few, because they don't know if they would be understood there and you mentioned the research. You did a lot research. There's so much science and research that goes into the backhand of this and I want to get to that, but. But you have created this whole platform. Can you talk about where the idea began to get us here? Absolutely more than just a game, and that's why this is a great question, an answer a little bit so that you can see sort of how it all came together. It all started with a book. Our founders Sherry, Subroto. She had a brain Schumer when she was younger, and she experienced firsthand that there's really no tools that are appealing and engaging for young people out there to help them through that journey of dealing with something really harsh comes your way, and so when against all odds? She survived Jackson. Jackson went into psychology for years. She did lots of workshops teens with young adults, and upon her twenty fifth year of survivorship. She then decided she wanted to do more, and so she wrote a book with France, that was called digging deep, and for that she set up a foundation and the foundation digging deep, published the book and distributed to over seven hundred hospitals in the US with about thirty five thousand copies, basically two parents professionals psychologists, the male started working with the book, and they loved it, and so with that she also than established log for parents and professionals to help them guide them, you know. Know how to deal with these kinds of things, talks your team. All kinds of subjects and a lot of subjects actually came from parents requested by healthcare professionals, and that sort of where I answered. You know she was running out of books and I knew her already were friends. She knew I had a technical background and she knew I had storytelling backgrounds though she said you know Rosie. I want to do more with this and I'm running out of books. How can I make this into something digital you know? How can we reach a wider audience with this self? Help content that we've had in the book. And, so we look at what's possible. What's the other people will redoing engineers? That wasn't really a lot around. You know. There were gangs that were focused on shooting your cancer, or that were specific applications to monitor your diabetes there things to make you feel more healthy physically, but really on the mental side, and so we really set out to do something that helps teens in medium that they're comfortable with and. And, so that's why we decided to build games versus an
Project Roomkey Updates and Expansion
"Project room key launched by governor Newsom designed to house the homeless in hotels is apparently expanding to another northern California county KP case Mike Barker reports from Butte county more than four hundred and seventy thousand dollars will be coming to Butte county to help house the homeless as part of emergency cove in nineteen relief funding from the state county chief administrative officer sherry McCracken says project room key will house high risk people during this crisis which is where we are putting high risk homeless are unsheltered individuals individuals that may have been exposed or individuals that actually don't need to be hospitalized but need to be quarantined or isolated we're putting them in hotel rooms the one time grant from the state is designed to help counties protect the health and safety of the homeless populations and reduce the spread of cove in nineteen my pocket news ninety three point one
Be Inspired By Paula Peralta
"Hey Mindful tribe. We have energy in house. We're following the energy. I've got an awesome guest today. I'm so excited I've got Paulo. Peralta and Paula is just filled. She's brimming with energy and positivity and great vibes and all of that stuff. Hey Paula are you in mindfulness mode? Today I think so my goodness what an introduction. Thank you so. I'm so happy to be here Bruce. Nothing while I'm happy to have you on the show. Paula Peralta is a celebrity hair stylist. Now how cool is that? She's a business and empowerment coach. Well and according to some standards. Though I get this she has done everything wrong to achieve success. Isn't that something different? Well but Paula exudes joy and she's experiencing more success now than ever before in her entire life. She loves to share. How taking a back step from living life? On everyone else's terms was the best move she ever made. And I'm going to repeat that sentence because I didn't say quite right. Paula loves to share. How taking a step back from living life on everyone else's terms was the best move she ever made. Paula helps her clients. Visualize how they can create a new life even with a blank slate. She believes it's possible to make a career change at almost every stage in life and well. We're in COVID. Nineteen right now and we're in a pandemic and a lot of us are locked down. Many of us have lost our jobs and things can be looking pretty bleak. But we've got this amazing woman on the show who understands that you can make a career change if you need to and it doesn't matter what stage of life you're at so. I'm excited to talk to you about all of this stuff paula. But first of all. What does mindfulness mean to you? So for me. It's really about getting to who you are and really understanding that you actually are the most valuable product like. What if you being? You is actually the gift this required change the world and when you take time to strip away all of the other narratives in all of the projections expectations judgments rejections that we often face in this world are a lot of the things that we have projected us from even a very young age When once you start to strip away bats where you are. That's like the beautiful pony that you are and it's like for not space you can literally create anything and from space you can ask the question with total is what else is possible here that. I haven't even considered a not so you can actually start to create a life that you don't need a vacation from an all of that is for me. What really about being super present or what you call mindfulness mode like that's being present and being like the creative director of your own life. Looks like for me cool. So what is it about you that makes it so that you can help someone veer in a totally different direction in their life and career? How what what talents and abilities do you have? That can help people do that. Well one I made a lot of mistakes in my own life. Okay like I did everything wrong and follow purposes. I definitely am. I think by this reality standards but failure I dropped out of college just because it wasn't for me. I started at career and got laid off five years in. I completely started over with by business twice my salon business. And you know now when we're in you know we're obviously the times of Covid nineteen and I'm again looking at like stepping away from certain aspects. Business that no longer work for me. So it's like it's been kinda failure after failure after change after change. That's the first thing. And then also I'm a certified facilitated access consciousness Which is really focused on empowering people to know that they know so you know what's true for you and you know it's going to work for feel and you have unawareness and so when you're actually following your knowing when actually the greatest possibilities can show up in the universe in have your back so those are. Kinda two things but just a lot of trial and error just really using tools to to get to a space where I trust myself. I trust my awareness that I really can follow the universe. So what do you spend most of your time? Doing Paula. Well it depends on the date so I spent a lot of my time facilitating Either one on one with my clients or I will explode classes as well. A lot of my classes are focused on being you a joint business. A lot of business than money classes but the more energetic cited the more. What's true for you like if you weren't necessarily following the latest Forbes or whatever the public the business publications Is Great Information in the form? But it's also whipped. You you know like what do you know about business and if you are truly creating your own reality what would that look like and so. I spend a lot of time. This'll take not and then I also I obviously like I said I own a salon in Los Angeles California and I work behind the chairs. The hairdresser and I spend a lot of time not only do my guest hair but facilitating them on the traditional issues. That people have in life whether it's relationship or money or business or kids or you know families always a big wind or their bodies So that actually is got started as an harm coach is. I was working with so many hairdresser earth sorry while hairdressers as well while I was working with so many clients. Who are coming into bogs down by by you know all of the projections of of this reality and I started to look at what like. What can I actually choose here? That would contribute not only to them having beautiful hair when they walked out but having not pep in their step and feeling empowered to go out into the world and be them so. That's kind of how we how we got started so now for mindful tribe for some of our listeners. Who Don't know this. Can you explain what is access consciousness Sherry? So it's a set of tools again like I said. I'm conscious of the set of tools that empowers you to know that you now. So every every projection or expectation that we often gay thrown upon us whether it's because our gender or race or our economic status or like where we're at in the family or what are familiar roles are so all of those things they are. There often is a certain narrative projected and so access conscious. Actually has is a set of tools. That help you get to you if that can be part of you but if you weren't defined by all of those things like where are you and if you were functioning as you choosing for you including the reality that you know as possible which is often reality beyond this reality. That other people aren't talking about like what what would actually be possible like what could show. What could you create? What could you choose like? Who would you be and not? That's what I actually really love that. Because it's empowering you to know that you know so what's your story. How did you first become connected to access consciousness? Yes so I I read a book Dr Hair here. Who's one of the CO creators boxes? Consciousness he wrote a book called being a change in the world and there are some really pragmatic tool than it and I read the book. I've toyed with the and he was doing a like a taster kind of short evening. Kinda MEET-AND-GREET AIR I went over to it actually lived in San Francisco from L. A. So I worked two fold in the salon. I hop on a plane was like tire screeching by Uber to get to the hotel in time out to to see his presentation but it just it was. There was such a kindness. Gentleness But this strength in this empowerment behind everything that he said that was like such a It was such a gift and one of the things I love. The most to access consciousness is it's not it's not about like trusting the it is a set of tools but but Dane and Gary Gay Douglas. He's also the CO founder co creator of access consciousness. He says don't trust me. Trust you like what do you know what they you know. So it's it's such a cool different conversation of like always getting to more you. What do you know what do you know? What tools can you use? What's your awareness? If you were truly being you hear like what would you choose and for me? That's such A. It's such a different invitation in a world. That's often projecting it like how to be who to be what to be where to be. When do we so and it's changed. It's completely changed my reality so you know it's changed my relationship with my body exchange. You do business. And it's just my life just continues to get greater so
Sherry Hagerman Discusses the Importance of Education
"This Shamir young and I'm joined by my co host in of Florida. Skip calling Florida. This is really good because our guest today. Her parents live about five miles away. I don't want them to know that. I'm the King of Florida. Think that so. Yeah all right. I'll be the King of Florida. Just for the PODCAST. Cast how are you? I'm wonderful. I have some Florida envy right now. Here in Michigan is pouring rain. So I'm a little jealous of you Floridians while we had the storm this morning and got all the rain and now it's gone. Let's talk about one aspect of Plata pod. That's become very very cool if you think about it whether it's the Max or the ultra once you've got the base. It's kind of a blank canvas to do anything you want. What and I was looking at some of the things the other day and seeing some of the images on the instagram page that that Plateau pod shares and on the blog That are that are being shared. And it's very cool because everybody is taking things like the goose necks with additional lighting or changing up the kind of ball. They're using more. We've got that that I love that little square jellyfish phone holder. Because I've used that on an ultra of myself and while you could go out and you could get if you wanted something. Just hold your phone. They're a dime a dozen everywhere. But when you talk about putting the square jellyfish on Your Planet Pot and then you Wanna be able to do other things with it in terms of recording with your phone It it just changes the diversity of the product which would which are some of your favorite accessories. You know it's I. I love the goose next and I have to add by the way you know. We all have extra time right now with with everything going on with pandemic and it's the perfect time to experiment and explore with your style and creative projects and it's just very very cool and so I'm loving playing with goose necks and I mean just looking at stuff. That people are posting it so inspiring. You mentioned the blog. We've got toy photography up there. We've got Frozen FRUIT OF FROZEN FRUIT TO`real freezing fruit and getting really cool artistic shots. Someone else posted about. They were capturing images of their city from their car like not even leaving their car and the platypus helping with that. It's just it's very cool the different things that you can do and especially with the accessories available now well right now and you said it. We've all got. We've all got time so being able to play with this stuff and go from from a macro to anything with your cell phone and tie it all in together it just becomes one of these really diverse little tools that you've got to play with and it takes up no room and I don't want to turn this into more of an infomercial but you and I are both for for our listeners. Shamir and I are both involved in working on different plateau pod projects but were involved because we believe in the in the product and especially especially Larry doctor Dr t who is the founder and was down a looking for new application. So and here we go. Let's talk about today's guest. Let's get to it. We've got Sherry Hager. Men in the House and my friendship was Sherry. Our friendship is testimonial to an industry. That we all loved dearly. Sherri is an award-winning very successful. Winning and portrait photographer. But these days she's best known for a much bigger role and that's founder of Click on now just to give you some history on Sherri Sherri and I met I think it was either two thousand nine or two thousand ten when she attended skip summer school and that was a workshop series. I was doing that. Went all the way through two thousand thirteen. We've been involved in numerous projects. We spoke at different conferences together. Sherry and her husband. Jeremy and Sheila and I have all been out to dinner together. I love working with her and I especially love working with her team on. Click con- now click. Con- kicked off last summer with their first annual event Chicago. They broke all records with. I mean they just had this incredibly diverse educational and trade show event and it was amazing because you could feel the electricity in the air and I know that sounds Kinda. Hokey and sappy. But sometimes you go to a conference where it's kind of flat like a soda. That's spent left open all day long. It's got color. It's got flavor but no phys while this one had phys had a little of everything and people were so excited to be there. This year click on was scheduled to start About a month and a half August eleven so actually no. It's about two months away but like everything in our lives. The pandemic changed all of that. Now here's the cool thing team. Click con- isn't going to slow down so while this year show has been postponed to August tenth. Twenty twenty one. They're launching click con- nation on the same day that this you show was supposed to start August eleventh. The pandemic may have changed everything in our lives but moving to online couldn't be more perfect for the management team also known as the heart of Click on. So we're going to talk about education. We're GONNA talk about expanding your skill set. The challenge is building your business back in today's in in today's environment and who knows what else will come up on the PODCAST and I know I've gone a little bit too long. But it's hard not to do when you've gotta guess that you know so well so Sherry. Welcome to beyond technique. Hi. I'm really excited to be here today. And talk to your listeners and give them some good information call. We are so excited to have you. Thank you is on you now. Good information. Wow we have a lot I think between the three of us we can really figure out some good stuff here for sure for sure and you know. Let's start with our favorite first question. Just our listeners can get to know you a bit more. Tell us about yourself. Share your background and how you ended up doing what you're doing today. Well my goodness we're going really far back now so I started a while. I've been doing photography since I was six years old had a little. I don't know if you guys remember those Kodak. One ten cameras. I got one of those for my birthday but I didn't really ever take photography serious until I was out of college during college. I had taken a ton of photography courses because I loved it. I got my first real. Dsl are when. I was eighteen for graduation from high school graduation and When I graduated college I was actually going to become a Animation artists and work on movies Lake Toy Story and things like that for Pixar But I ended up shooting. Somebody's wedding and I fell in love with it so I became a wedding photographer. Spent about sixteen years now. But I've been doing that and I absolutely love it. I had a hard time coming out of the gate. Which skipped can attest to. And that's how I met skip. I actually attended skipped summer. School in That's pretty much. What gave me my left or my push and also really gave me the wants to educate other people so I think skipped summer. School is really where the photography part of it came out where I started catching on to pricing myself. Right and doing things right as well as wanting to get back to the community so both of them actually started right there with with his show that he had had But yes sixteen years. I'm number two in the. Us number one in the Midwest and Voted number six in the world.
tennis without crowds
"Thank you rose for introducing this edition of the tennis podcast. Catherine Matt and Myself David Law are here to answer your questions today. Because it's Thursday. We wanted a podcast. We've only answered about five or six in every other previous listener questions podcasts. So we've still got loads and loads to get through plus about another hundred and fifty came in with matches putting out single tweet. So how you doing both Matt? You're fine thank you. Yes busy waiting through those questions that has been completed and we are ready to get going ready ready to rock and we'll have to rock because one of them's about entrance. Music Castro in for us to come into call wait for that one nice boilers today. I'm all right. I've worn. Put a Cardigan over over my dressing and to try and disguise the facts that I am not dressed. But it's I'm I'm looking at myself in the in the camera and I'm realizing it's it's a flimsy disguise. Isn't it fooled me? It did it. Oh okay I needn't have mentioned anything. Twenty seconds ago it's coming to say look down and everything okay so little insight there folks stuff. We didn't do. We both thought Catherine had dressed up for the occasion. But apparently this is our earliest recorded lockdown. I think it is a bit early. Isn't it Crikey ten thirty in the morning folks that doesn't exist on Catherine's clock she's have to borrow on. I write questions. We are going to get cracking immediately. Matt's what have we got first game to Sherry be on instagram. Who Asks probably in response to our pod on Monday when we some this topic. How can we make tennis more enjoyable without an audience? Pool is a big ask is probably something we should be thinking about though. Isn't it rather than I mean you know? We settled on the last that we will have reservations about tennis behind closed doors about crowd. Whatever you WANNA call it But it's a very real prospect I've done a couple of interviews in in the in the last couple of days one with Sergio Bruguera with Michael China. Be Hearing bits of the move the over the coming weeks we. We touched on lots of topics but I asked them both how they felt about tennis behind closed doors and their opinions could not have been more polarized surgey yet. I'm absolutely all four. It just bring tennis back as soon as possible. No matter what you have to do just bring it back. He he's panicked. He said bring football back. Bring tennis back. I need to watch Selena as a matter of urgency needs tennis return and when he first onto the question he was. He was definitely talking from a spectator's perspective. And I said what about what about as a player would imagine playing French. Open final with with Nike Crowds. And still he said. I don't care I don't care to bring it back. I put the same question to Michael Chang. And he said the opposite he said Noah I I just can't visit it's it's it's It's to wizards comedy get get my head around it. So there is going to be a massive divide in the tennis community. If one the first actual tool level event gets gets announced that it's going ahead you know this is GonNa be little debate flying around so we're getting in the we getting in the. I wondered if I covered a champion's tour event in two thousand and eight in Istanbul in July. It was my first one flying so lame and Istanbul in July. It was about forty five degrees. I'm not sure why they decided. That was where it should be in the calendar but anyway it was to be outside for long periods watching sports so there was just nobody in the crowd nobody whatsoever so they pumped crowd noise in and it was. It's of course it was weird but maybe it helps a little bit. I do now is like what she they've been doing. The the Graham Norton show haven't they with him from his from his house with a little sort of mini studio setup and he still does his little comedy. Bits in between guests and what he's saying is funny and he's still the same guy he's still is charming and funny as ever hearing those jokes land without any crowd response is really really painful. It puts a completely different complexion on it. I'm of finding myself a company of I'm saying this because I've spent fifteen years talking about. How candle do is the only bad thing about. I'm Alan Partridge but it makes me sort of cry out for some canned laughter. Deny what is this? What is endemic doing to me? So this is going to be like sports office style. Isn't it great? Things Happen to utter silence. And that's going to be a bit jarring all. I think there's two things one think it'll be interesting to see whether we adjust as viewers. It is a different world. Let's assume it's a different world for a long time and we just have to. Kinda of get used to it and we can't do what we used to do anymore. John macular used to fly a Concorde to London every so often he can't do that anymore yes to go on a on another planet. That's the same unknown but there are certain things that Diane Struggle Israel but it is still only sports is not so. Maybe you knew of the game. That doesn't ECON. Flippantly say at a time when we will disgust and made hot felts given heartfelt accounts of whites not just sports come on e. Can't flippantly say I wonder whether we'll find something else within the sports other than just the sound the look. I don't know I'm just. I'm wondering whether whether I will watch the sport. In different ways other senses will become more. Attuned yeah possibly may or may fall out of love with it. That's also possible. I think ultimately the fact that it isn't just sport is actually the strongest argument to bring it back without fans because it's what players need for their livelihood so if they if if there's a way to get the tour back up and running and get the economics of it back up and running without fans that is going to be more important. I think than consideration of whether fans in the stadium will not if if we're going to be able to give these players chance to play with prize money and all that kind of thing then they need to take. That opportunity is going to be weird. But we're going to have to accept that. I think I think that's more. I think that's more important consideration than whether it's a bit weird or not for
Harry and Meghan share video of Archie on his 1st birthday
"Duke and Duchess of Sussex releasing a video of Meghan reading to their son is they mark Archie's first birthday today the family of course resides right here in Los Angeles this three minute video was a tape by the father happy father's friend sherry shows making sitting with Archie on her lap in reading one of his favorite books duck or rabbit the next paycheck arch the cover let's go to the next page wait listen did you hear that I heard that sounds I distinctly heard rabbit sounds now the talk is waiting for this one no it is hiding in the crash video posted this morning on Instagram promoting a campaign that helps children whose families are struggling during the coronavirus
The PODS Container Has Gone!
"Well we started last week's episode with our pods container just having gotten delivered and we started this week with it just having been picked up. Yeah it was a momentous thing to see it. Roll out be well. God's all the things I love yes it was a little bit more nerve racking than I expected it to be because we have used a pod before when we had our floors refinished and this house just downstairs so we had to move all the furniture and our first floor out of the House and we put it in a pod in the driveway. But you know that didn't have to go anywhere. It didn't get transported on a truck states away to new place to be dropped down. It just sat still rate. You know what I'm realizing right now. We have never not been with the stuff that we've moved ever in our whole lives. Yeah every other move. We've done up to this. Point has been basically a local move between places in Richmond apart from moving from New York here fourteen years ago but minivan van me and John Oliver Steph. It is the first time in a while that we've made an interstate move and so when we moved from our first house to our second house and then later to our current house. Our Third House here in Richmond like those are all within miles of each other and we did like just little trips like packing the car with stuff one day coming back the next afternoon like it was really easy. I think we took one truck for each move like we did. Use A u-haul rented truck for just like an afternoon like it was not a big deal right and that's how we also furnish the duplex and the beach us. We rented a U haul. Once put our stuff in it but we've always been like the driver of our things and it's not that I think we have any mistrust in pods driving. It itself is just a funny feeling to watch all of your possessions leave. You like going ahead of you and we are here and what. I have dubbed pod Purgatory. Because as we wait for the PIE to make its way to Florida over two weeks. We can't get there. The House isn't ready for US ANYWAY. And we wouldn't have any of her stuff so we just kind of hang out of the. House for two weeks wait for the pods to land and then in two weeks we do the journey. That pot is doing ahead of us. Yes our timeline. Right now is that we are hoping to make the move to Florida sometime. The first week of May because that's when the pod is scheduled to arrive there. That's when our contractor says. It should be ready for us to come move our stuff in and so that starting to feel like the week things are GonNa Happen. I'm knocking on all the wood because everything seems to be up in the air these days but I think that two week window is another thing. We didn't really wrap our heads around until recently because again having only done local moves before it's always been this kind of like a gradual process into the new house. Where if we forgot something at the old house we could like run back and get it. But that's not really an option here like we have to be much more organized and basically just have one shot at getting everything packed between the pod. That's going down and then we can fit in our car when we actually go down the first week of May. Yeah so what remains in our houses just like you know the linens on the beds that were still sleeping in because we did sell the beds to the new owners along with about fifty percent of our stuff because that house being less than half the size of this house means we certainly would be not smart debris one hundred percent of the seven this house because it would have nowhere to land in Florida. Yes there's a lot of stuff here. I mean I should point out. We're also fortunate that because we sold so much to the new owners that it's still fairly comfortable here while we wait out these two weeks before we can go because like Sherry said. We'VE GOT BEDS. We have a TV. We have a couch upstairs. Bonus Room so like apart from having the discomfort of like not having all of our kitchen stuff and not all of our close like. We basically packed a suitcase that we're living out for two weeks. Yeah but it's really not bad and then you know what the cool thing has been as we've shared this stuff. We're sharing a lot of stuff as we've gone in stories so if you ever want like real day to day stuff that's where to follow us but as we share it we've heard from so many people who've done these big moves even those who are you know in the military or who have done these like international moves to other countries and they have said it's fairly standard to be without your stuff for a while. Sometimes two weeks sometimes even four weeks and so a lot of people said. We do folding chairs. We do air mattresses. We do like basically camping as a way to make your food. You One pan and you have a hot pot and all this stuff. I think we really are lamping. We have four burner stove like this. House has all the appliances still. We have our beds but we do have fully empty rooms some pictures in the show notes of some rooms. This house vacant and some rooms like our entire dining room remains our entire bonus room still here except for one table that we took. Actually I think this week on the blog post a video tour our house in two stages so one will be how it looked when we sold it. So like right before the showings happened and everything was cleaned and in its perfect spot. We took video. I haven't watched it yet so hopefully it's good but that will give you a sense of what the house looked like at its finished state and then we're going to try to shoot a video this week of what it looks like now. That has been packed up. I think that will answer a lot of questions for people who are wondering. Like what exactly did you leave? What did you take so you'll be able to see the contrast between those two things so that should be on the blog this
Community support in the midst of crisis
"Amber Alice. Thank you so much for joining me. How are you guys doing today for having us live talk about a couple change the organization has gone through some changes? In the last W- it's almost been a year now The episode itself launched in May. But I had the conversation with at the time todd McNeil who was the executive director then back in March so it's been over a year now. let's talk about some of the changes that handed has gone through what? What's what's been going on with you guys great so after your conversation with todd last year todd is our founder and the executive director. At that time he decided to retire. Sadly was in the middle of a project with US remodeling a new safe place location as a shelter. So that's been completed in open so during that time from December until just a couple of weeks ago I served as the interim director and then was offered. I accepted the position as executive director. Congratulations that's that's fantastic. So let's talk about this new because I recall that there was. I think this is at the beginning stages at that point the new facility that was being built and so that's been completed. Now tell me a little bit about that what. What kind of changes that brought about so safe place is our seventy two hour shelter that was created to meet the needs of youth entering foster care after hours and so for ten years of safe places life? We were in a office space that we turned into a home and so we realized that in order to best take care of kids. We need to be able to provide at home type space in that shelter. So it's less of a shelter but more of a home and so in January of this year. We actually moved into our safe house. It's absolutely beautiful and the kids have absolutely loved it. That's great so yeah because I remember it was more kind of an office park. This is a house that you guys have turned into the Safe Place Program. But it's definitely more of a house field than it is an office. Feel that's correct. Yeah you know. I think we did the best that we could in an office space. We made that office space like a home and so now that we are House. We still want to feel like home has led to any programmatic changes. Or how changed? How you guys kind of do services differently or is it pretty much the same just a lot more comfortable because it's home? Instead of a office building surprise it stayed the same. But now we're in a place that we can best take care of kids you know. We have places for them to play outside and they can help cook in the kitchen. And it's just great all round so this speaking of safe place because that was the the big change with the home. Let's talk a little bit more about that program. And what's safe? Place does just to remind our listeners. Who weren't able to catch the first episode? So can you tell us a little bit about safe place? And how you got. Served these kids that come into your program absolutely so I'll give a little bit of historic historical content on hand in hand as well so safe place actually started in two thousand and ten to meet the need of youths entering foster care after hours on weekends. And so. That's after five PM on weekdays or Saturday Sunday and historically what would happen is his would ride around in the back of the social workers are awaiting placement and so thinking about a kid being in that situation. You were just removed from your home and now you're in the backseat of a stranger. Listening to the story of what happened to you over and over again. And so that three traumatizing in of itself. An so safe place was created to meet that need and so now kids no longer have to ride around in the back of a social workers car they can outcome directly to safe place where we can provide emergency shelter personal hygiene items initial health screen. They go to the doctor. And then just get the opportunity to be a kid's again if so and if I recall that's for a seventy two hour period from when that child comes into foster care. Is this for kids. Who are first entry into foster care? This is their first foster experience or does any child who needs an emergency placement. Can't find a home. For whatever reason are they able to take advantage? I guess I can't think of a different of SAFE PLACES PROGRAMS. Sherry asset safe places for kids initially entering foster care or for us to have a place spent disruption through no fault of their own plan. Changes or anything like that is not something that safe places for you really intended for. Hey you're kind of in a moment of crisis man either. It's your first time or like you just mentioned the disruption not of their own fault so either foster parent health issues or other emergency than you guys can step in for that. How many kids can you serve? What's what's your capacity. At this point you can save up to five at one time in generally speaking. What's kind of the experience from one child? Or when you guys get a call saying hey we. We need some support. What does that look like to exit? Where do they go? Afterwards can enter foster care for three main reasons. So whether that's through police custody your court order through voluntary placement agreement and some kids enter safe place than once in safe place recently. Actually seen a lot of kids go back home. Just their reunified with their families. Maybe their family just needed a couple days ended and find some supports. Just get back on their feet and we really wanted to be the organization that really supports all families in that Sometimes kids do enter formal hoster air and then sometimes inskeep replaced with a suitable other adult. So maybe that's their teacher. Maybe that's their daycare. You know someone at their Jay care or an aunt and uncle and so you mentioned initial health screen surreally in those three days. You guys are trying to do everything you can to get a kind of comprehensive view as much as possible within those seventy two hours of this child to help give them the appropriate care whether they go back home or go to a foster home or as you mentioned suitable adult. This is another community member or person that they have a relationship with so the idea is to really equip the other people to best care for these kids absolutely. Yeah we just really want to wrap our arms around you know the child or youth but also the family as a whole and so do leave safe place. We have resources more on our outreach side that they are able to have access to that they need additional closer. Maybe their caregiver needs help paying their rent. Our utility bill. We just really want to support that family. As a whole as they transition to their next step so the seventy two hours then that that's the period of the children are in your home. What you're providing direct care. What but you continue providing services beyond that then to the family. Well okay tell me a little bit more about that. So they ended up going to a foster home. How do you guys maintain connection with that Charlton Foster Fan so at that point? You know. It's voluntary hand has always been about relationships and so we want to build a relationship with at and wherever they're going next and so if they want to continue that relationship were always here for them? Whether that's through service delivery. Sometimes that's just a listening ear. Hey I have a question aid. You have them in it and just being present with them through that hand-in-hand has two main programs. We talked about safe place a second programs outreach and outreach was really designed from what we saw in safe place and that was the same story happening over and over again. That story was why he threw entering foster care in that way to neglect and neglects can be classified in many different ways but the neglect that we saw was actually the effects of poverty and so hints outreach program is able to provide those services to meet that additional need host safe place within. That's rent utility assistance or personal hygiene items. You know kind of like I said before we're all about that full circle and all about family and relationship so this outreach than really to address poverty you mentioned I remember when we had it when I had the first conversation. There was a lot of community programs going on. Kinda soccer outreach at todd was doing and some of that was things that he had done. Are those types of things? Still things that that safe places is doing or you more focused on the outreach efforts. Being to help address these poverty issues that are leading kiss to getting into foster care. Actually say it's both are we. We've seen kids that are involved in our homework. Labs on the outreach side then enter foster care so we see them kind of on both sides of I think the most Communist. Oh Hey I know you. I was in safe place and then we see them again somewhere in that community and so I think they're coming from both
Jobless claims jump another 4.4 million
"Labor department just out with its latest numbers on unemployment across the country last week another four point four million people filed for first time unemployment benefits adding to the twenty two million people currently out of work it means in the past five weeks a total of twenty six million Americans have found themselves either laid off or furloughed and that still doesn't include those who haven't been able to log on to state unemployment sites this represents by far the largest streak of US job losses ever on record this month some economists think the unemployment rate could reach a twenty percent again nearly four and a half million more Americans filing for jobless benefits according to the labor department this is been a special report from ABC news I'm sherry Preston nine oh to the coronavirus responsible for over forty more deaths in South Florida the Florida department of health announcing twenty more yesterday each in Miami Dade and Broward for more deaths in Palm Beach county Miami Dade state high death toll climbing to two hundred fifty two and statewide sixty deaths were reported yesterday Florida will soon be able to increase the number of code nineteen tests that can be processed per day by eighteen thousand after the state signed contracts with two new testing companies come around his chances in dissipates we'll be able to provide results within a two day period these tasks that these labs will primarily be where we send our samples that we collect in the long term care and assisted living facilities and at the community based walk up sites and governor Ron DeSantis says that these walk up testing sites will be in Miami Dade Palm Beach orange Hillsborough Duval and Leon counties nine oh three Broward county teacher is in need of life saving help to beat the corona virus fox trail elementary Stephanie Miller is is on on a a ventilator ventilator at at memorial memorial west west hospital hospital her her mom mom says says a a plasma plasma donation donation from from a a recovered recovered patient patient is is needed needed those those interested interested in in donating donating plasma plasma can can contact contact one one blood blood more food dot drives are taking place today our own mobile Mike is out of the U. S. manor academy in Hialeah he's been hosting a luncheon for hospital worker exactly link clinic in Weston feeding South Florida is out and about just all over the place they're hosting a food drive from now until eleven at mills pond park in fort Lauderdale in Hialeah they're a good look Park City and Miami holding a drive thru only distribution and ultra down that the Catholic Church from ten to one and the city of north Miami has went from ten to one also at the Joe Celestin center in the fifteen hundred block of north west one hundred thirty fifth street and small business relief bills being voted on in the house this morning after sailing through the Senate the bipartisan measure will pump more than four hundred billion dollars into a popular small business loan fund that's run dry southwire congresswoman Debbie McChrystal pal says the bill provides three hundred ten billion for small businesses fifty billion for disaster landing seventy five billion for hospitals and health care workers and we've also secured twenty five billion for testing which is the key to re opening the economy and resuming our lives she says she's working with banks and lenders providing assistance so that they're ready to process applications as quickly as possible no word yet how long it'll take for the money to be doled out Sino foreign tonight is a must see TV for sports fan even though there's no timetable for football to return to the field of the NFL is going through with a virtual draft it'll be different we're ready to go Miami dolphins general manager Chris Greer says because a social distancing coaches in upper management will be in different draft rooms urgency about this process if and start the day with fourteen picks in the seven rounds including the fifth overall aircraft Regis news radio six ten WYO D. sun five universal Orlando plans to use modern technology to help it reopened safely universal exact John Sproule says that doubt they didn't actually say when the park will reopen but when it does yeah that virtual line technology will be used to enforce social distancing guidelines virtual line technology is already used at volcano bay to minimize the amount of time someone has to wait in line and spouse wants to to expand it to as many attractions as possible also adding that when the park first reopens there may be restrictions on how many people are allowed inside chipotle is now donating burritos to those fighting corona virus just buy a burrito on the website or app and add the code the number for heroes that's the number four followed by the word hero is in all caps each time that happens the restaurant will donate a burrito to health care workers coronavirus it's affected all of us we want to hear from you please go to W. 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Officials find 17 bodies in NJ nursing home morgue built to hold 4
"Much we're gonna continue on that health right with a CBS news investigation that reveals a corona virus has been especially deadly for one of America's most vulnerable populations as people in nursing homes in a disturbing new development we're learning in over one facility in New Jersey put seventeen bodies in a morgue that was only big enough for for Jonathan vaguely ani reports on these nation wide concerns the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center in Richmond Virginia is one of the hardest hit facilities in the country medical director Jim Wright has lost forty five residents we have been fighting a battle with covert nineteen for the past months now and it is a battle that at times we feel we're losing it's a grim scene repeated across the nation prompting governors in several states including Massachusetts and Florida to deploy the National Guard to run tests experts say the lack of mandatory testing for residents and employees staffing issues and a shortage of personal protective equipment are the biggest problems in nurse sherry Martinez asked us not to identify the California nursing facility where she works one thing that I've been doing is getting garbage bags but I'm over my arms federal officials are also facing criticism for not publicly tracking infections and deaths in these facilities we've reached out to every state but only got complete data from nineteen we also included county data and information from facilities themselves officials confirmed more than thirty five thousand seniors and staff have tested positive more than fifty seven hundred have died it sounds like our most vulnerable the elderly are sitting ducks in these facilities there are people who work there are the most underpaid I used to call the ugly stepsisters of the health care industry because we don't pay enough attention we don't pay the nurse's aides enough some employees presumably fearing for their own safety are refusing to come to work last week at the magnolia rehabilitation and nursing center in riverside California only one nursing assistant showed up forcing the county to evacuate eighty four residents Donna Reno's husband don was a patient there ambulances lined up ready to you know take everyone out and you know get them out of that facility Dan Marino tested positive and he's now running a fever let's have to hang in there and you know hopefully everything will be good for everybody and we know tells me after her husband was evacuated from this facility and actually took a more than a day to locate him she had to call the police department the centers for Medicare and Medicaid which oversees nursing homes says it is now working with the CDC to increase reporting but how they will do so and what numbers will be made public at this point unclear meanwhile Anthony we will continue to make those calls state by
"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.
Deborah Treisman Reads David Foster Wallace
"Chosen a story to read and I asked listeners to submit questions for me to discuss through our twitter and facebook pages. The story I've chosen is good. People by David Foster Wallace which was published in the New Yorker in January of two thousand seven all the different angles ways. They come at the decision together did not ever included the word for had he wants said. It avowed that he did love her. Love Cherry Fisher then it all would have been transformed. It would not be a different stance or angle but a difference in the very thing. They were praying deciding on together. I chose a story in part because it was the last piece that I worked on with David Foster Wallace before his death in two thousand eight and because our correspondence about the story stayed very vividly in my memory and came to mind when he died. The story was eventually part of the Pale King. David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel which was published in. Two thousand eleven at the time that he sent it to me in December of two thousand six. Though I'm not sure that he knew it was going to end up as part of the novel he was working on. It may have been a separate story then or it might have been an outtake that he wasn't planning to include in his note to me. He identified it as a short fiction. Submission the fact. The story is in a sensory thinking of Hemingway's nineteen twenty seven story hills like white. Elephants also makes me suspect that it was first written as a self contained piece. In Wallace's story and in Hemingway's a young couple for would not be convenient to have a baby talk awkwardly around the idea of abortion without ever using the word in the Wallace Story. Unlike in the Hemingway. The young couple are devout Christians who have to grapple with the concept from that point of view as well as you will hear. I'll be talking some more after the story but now here's good. People by David Foster Wallace good people. They were up on a picnic table at the park by the lake by the edge of Lake with part of a down tree in the shallows half hidden by the Bank Lane Dean junior and his girlfriend both in blue jeans and button up shirts. They sat up on the tables top portion and had their shoes on the bench part that people sat on a picnic or fellowship together and carefree times it gone to different high schools but the same junior college where they had met in campus ministries. It was springtime and the parks grass was very green in the air suffused with honeysuckle and lilacs. Both which was almost too much. There were bees and the angle of the sun made the water of the shallows. Look dark there had been more storms that week with some down trees in the sound of chainsaws all up and down. His parents street their postures on the picnic table. We're both the same forward kind with their shoulders rounded and elbows on their knees in this position the girl rocked slightly and once put her face in her hands but she was not crying. Lane was very still an immobile and looking past the bank at the down tree in the shallows and it's ball of exposed roots going all directions and the trees cloud of branches all half in the water. The only other individual nearby was dozen space tables away by himself standing upright looking at the torn up hole in the ground. There were the tree gone over. It was still early at an all. The shadows wheeling right and shortening. The girl were thin old checked cotton shirt with pro coloured snaps with the long sleeves down and always smelled very good and clean like someone you could trust and care about. Even if you weren't in Love Lane. Dean had liked the smell of her right away. His mother called her down to Earth and liked her thought she was good people. You could tell she made this evident in little ways the shallow slapped from different directions at the tree as if almost teething on it sometimes when alone and thinking or struggling to turn a matter over to Jesus Christ in prayer he would find himself putting his fist in his palm and turning it slightly as if still playing and pounding his glove to stay sharp and alert and center. He did not do this now. It will be cruel and indecent to do this now. The older individual stood beside his picnic table. He was added but not sitting unlooked also out of place in a suit coat or jacket and the kind of men's hat lanes grandfather wore and photos as a young insurance man. He appeared to be looking across the lake. If he moved lane. Didn't see it. He looked more like a picture than a man. There were not any ducks in view. One thing lane did was reassure her again that he'd go with her and be there with her. It was one of the few safer decent things he could really say the second time. He said it again now. She shook her head and laughed in an unhappy way. That was more just air out her nose. Her real life was different where he be was the waiting room. She said that he'd be thinking about her and feeling bad for her. She knew but he couldn't be in there with her. This was so obviously true that he felt like a nanny that he'd kept on about it and now knew what she thought. Every time he went. Set it it hadn't brought her comfort or ease the burden at all the worse. He felt the stiller. He sat the whole thing felt balanced on a knife or wire if he moved to put his arm up or touch her. The whole thing could tip over. He hated himself for sitting so frozen. He could almost visualize himself tiptoeing. Pass something explosive. A big stupid looking tiptoe like in a cartoon the whole last black had been this way and it was wrong. He knew it was wrong. Knew something was required of him. That was not this terrible frozen care and caution but he pretended to himself did not know what it was was required. He pretended it had no name. He pretended that not saying aloud. What he knew to be right and true was for her sake was for the sake of her needs and feelings. He also worked dock and routing at ups on top of school but a trade it to get the day off after they decided together two days before he had awakened very early and tried to pray but could not. He was freezing more and more solid. He felt like that he had not thought of his father the blank frozenness of his father even in church which had once filled him with such pity. This was the truth lane. Dean junior felt son on one arm as he pictured in his mind an image of himself on a train waving mechanically to something that got smaller and smaller as the train pulled away. His father and his mother's father had the same birthday. A cancer Sherry's hair was coloured almost corn blonde very clean the skin through central part pink in the sunlight. They'd sat here long enough. That only their right side was shaded. Now he could at her head but not at her different parts of him felt unconnected to each other. She was smarter than him and they both knew it. It wasn't a school lane was an accounting and business and did all right. He was hanging in there. She was a year older twenty but it was also more. She had always seemed to lane to be on good terms with her life. In a way that age could not account for his mother had put it that she knew what is she wanted which was nursing and not an easy program at Peoria Junior College and plus she worked hostessing at the embers and had bought her own car. She was serious in a way lane light. She had a cousin that died when she was thirteen. Fourteen that she'd loved and been close with only talked about it that once. He liked her smell and her down the arms and the way she exclaimed when something made her laugh he like just being with her and talking to her she was serious in her faith and values in a way that lane had liked and now sitting here with her on. The table found himself. Afraid of this was an awful thing. He was starting to believe that he might not be serious. In his faith he might be somewhat of a hypocrite like the Assyrians in Isaiah which would be a far graver sending the appointment. He has decided he believed
"sherry" Discussed on Cults
"J.. Schreiner was born on December eleventh. Nineteen Sixty I. Five in Cleveland Ohio into a devout God fearing Christian family. She attended private Christian schools and went to church every Sunday. Surrounded rounded by discussions of Jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing or reading the Bible while Sherry was a very reprised person. Much of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled Bible Codes revealed the coming UFO FO invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which he described in vivid detail Sherry wrote a figure would stand stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as I lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror would grip every muscle and bone. I had had. It was at least seven feet tall dark and evil I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and I certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa.
"sherry" Discussed on Cults
"Pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old Barbara Rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun gone. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my God. He's dead police rushed to the scene. There on the floor of the Tan- double wide trailer late thirty two year. Old Stephen Minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara Rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm Dr Nearby Barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love Barbara. Even used Stephen's last last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations Barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps Barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory Internet search revealed that Barbara and Stephen were active members of an online cult. Old Run by a woman named Sherry Schreiner. The detective search for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and Vampires. Hi.
"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 KOMO
"Sherry preston. New demands for an FBI investigation into allegations that supreme court nominee Brett cabin all sexually assaulted a woman back in the nineteen eighties. Those demands coming from the woman making the accusation. Here's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Christine Blasi Ford is calling for an FBI investigation into her claims against supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. She wants that before she agrees to testify before. Congress Ford's lawyers write quote, a full investigation by law enforcement officials will ensure the crucial facts and witnesses in this manner are assessed in a nonpartisan manner. Rivers are still rising in the Carolinas days after the rains from Florence stopped ABC's. Ryan burrow is in Fayetteville. The cape. Fear river swelling over sixty one feet in the overnight hours. The highest it's been since nineteen Forty-five officials have closed bridges over the river including interstate ninety five. In fact, there's only one bridge that remains right now connecting the east side of Fayetteville with the west the water's been rushing into neighborhoods near the river. Cumberland county. Ficials say they've already rescued more than one hundred and thirty people storm is blamed for at least thirty seven deaths. President Trump visits North Carolina today. The woman who helped kidnap Elizabeth smart is due to be released from a Utah prison today. Wanda Barsy has been behind bars for fifteen years in Iowa the man accused of killing jogger Molly Tibbets is expected in court today to be arraigned on murder charges promises and agreements in North Korea. In the latest summit between the north and the south on day two of the summit. A major promise from Kim Jong UN South Korean president moon. Jae-in throw translator has decided to permanently abolish the tongue Chang ry engine and missile launchers with the attendance of experts from relevant countries. In return, the north wants the US to take what it calls corresponding measuring ABC's Tom rivers at the foreign desk. A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by NFL quarterback. Jameis Winston while. She was under his Uber driver. She's not suing him. You're listening to ABC.
"sherry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And sherry and trey gouty is absolutely eviscerating michael horowitz i want to just take some of this audio very quickly this is live from capitol hill house hearing on the inspector general as he comes in a talk bit about his report let's hear some of that audio that we're fbi agents and attorneys who decided to prejudge the outcome of the hillary clinton case before the investigation ended i want you let that sink in for a second they prejudge the outcome of the hillary clinton investigation before the investigation ended and these exact same fbi agents and attorneys prejudge the outcome of the russia investigation before it even began yeah say like he is absolutely right i'm really sad that he's actually leaving washington but there's a number of things that he touched on there and just to kind of set the stage for you the inspector general michael horowitz he's been having to make the rounds on capitol hill because of that report the report that he put together five hundred sixty eight pages on the investigation into hillary clinton's misuse of classified information in as we all know 'cause we've been talking about it ad nauseam now for the past four five days but the report came out and they talked about how the fbi was so incredibly biased for hillary and against trump yet somehow the investigation itself into hillary was not biased now what the inspector general has been trying to say is that the agents were able to essentially check their bias at the door but my commentary on that is if all the ingredients are biased then of course the finished product is also going to be biased in trig audi i would say agrees it prejudging the alcohol and i'll do that one more time it prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it ends and prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it begins is not evidence of outcome determinative bias for the life of me i don't know what would be that is textbook bias drinking a lot of water.
"sherry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sherry a you're a big tea drinker you'll dig this has got a unique compound it's called l fenian it induces alpha waves in the brain that induce alert relaxation and better focus like having a couple of medicaid meditation so both coffee and tea other than water are the healthiest drinks on the planet they both get green light sherri do d put anything in your t what do you do with your team okay alcohol in the news doc we hear all the time to drinks today are okay for men but now a new study came out last week found no overall health benefit and it even suggests that men should reduce daily consumption of alcohol from two drinks a day to one and what is currently recommended for women so what what's going on here doc what's the research okay brian you know here it is the more studies that come out about alcohol it was the more we learn there's a fine line between health and harm the upside you have possible heart benefits but they seem to max out at about a drink a day and on the downside you have a definite risk for colon and breast cancer there is no safe amount you know my vice is to play it safe if you don't drink there is no reason to start and if you do keep it to one drink a day when it comes to your health and alcohol brian think less i haven't have that nightcap a lot of people have a little glass of wine the evening sherry maybe an alcoholic beverage in the evening because they say it helps me get to sleep is that true or not i i like you said i have a little sherry the evening not you're not talking sherry of course they have a little sherry in the morning yes so the question is doesn't nightcap before turning in make people sleep better you do fall asleep faster that's true.
"sherry" Discussed on Zealot
"All the bible is me if you only pay attention to book of revelation and song of songs did not a release been you may seeing from six drugs enroll israel proiraq yet kazaam yeah like songs hassan whiteside probably why christian rockface seal it like proliferate on nar take up the gap govern the market do you in a pick another synonym yet i agree off laws rocca not well good 'cause i have acquires from sherry and she says and this is the along the beliefs theme at she says did you know a peasants memories can be downloaded like a software program the person killed then an alien can take over that humans body with all he's slash her and memories then uploaded so the dominating alien can play that human think it's fiction think again this is what is becoming known as being sold she'd i the inspection he didn't where she said thing his fiction think again i thought he was going to heed news in actual fact but then he did think again you like yes still on the same coach yep after a full again i sheri's written three books which is throwing one in may it's two and a half more than may so far but i can say it now i'm going to be writing a book called zealot nitz about cults going multiplatform armed barmby old lady itching some hreik lifts and it's giving wiles i'm going to be doing some smoke signals spitting some paint onto my hand but it's called zealot youths about cults.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Larry anya deal yeah so we're lucky to we're lucky we're lucky to have this audience were lucky to have finish this hour in some minutes and i have been lucky for forty years or widow of knowing you sherry lansing and and you have known sherry a good many lessons and paul my favorite part of this is that if we go back to the beginning sherry said i was a legend so that means i can already lansing said i was i this after the woman has to have the final word i just have to say i really lucky to have spent an hour in some odd minutes with the two of you and it has been a total delight and a total pleasure so thank you for having me by the way i love the book thank you thank you oh yes leading lady leading lay you get the book it is so great read stephen galloway did a great job awesome american story and this has been all of the above with norman lear paul hip and the delightful guess star won the womenonly what's your name again jerry lance a guy this is fun all i could have done that for two more hours early so bridge is the this live this day and night so i'm norman lear and you can find it should you wish to lead down you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter via norman lear and you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter paul yet.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Oh my god you can't retire need i think he's retiring he's now eighty four live now it's yang let us array of i don't want him to retire but he will and i said what can you make it was terrible you'll have a phone yeah that's exactly what he said this is exactly what he said but it's great to have a place to go but that you could talk about things and i'm not saying it has to be therapy it could be you know a priest a rabbi a good friend ashley you don't dump it onto you know acted out i guess a sore knee are keep it in chard it out i don't know how people get through a day a little hope of life without without that roads come up before bring these conversations i i recall seeing it this morning to this crowd it's hard to be a human being in eight it simply eight easy but acts the kicked two i mean getting through all of it is with the right attitude is uh i do not just getting up in the morning is here with your mind is seven a ride ks right there's no legitimate reasons that people should be depressed to you love someone they get sick judo i mean that we are real reason you know i have a friend who i adore was just diagnosed with stage for lung cancer rightfully so i'm crying know what i'm saying i mean if you're not going to allow yourself to feel really bad when someone you love has bad things you can you know so i i don't think he should you know think that you're going to be happy every day because you're not do now you can be diagnosed with stage four before you've known about one through and that's correct as correct she was an athlete never smoked were just like that so that is what you do learn when you turn 73 or ninety five or forty that life goes like that you know you're really feeling happy i'm having the greatest time today and you get that phone call or murray headneck higher and the proverbial truck hits you grow it does go further as the ion opener above i'm now the same ridges body hollywood i thought buddy holly was an old herself.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Um i started but didn't have a good one arm so i stopped in my 20s after i got divorced and i thought while i'm getting divorced went very nice man i don't really you know the marriage was working i'm just going to do the same thing will repeat the mistake over and over and over again better understand that then it wasn't a good i didn't have the right doctor that's the i think the best i could say um and and and then i didn't go for a while and then i started again uh when i was probably a might late 20s early thirties i'd have to look remember the exact date and i had a great analyst who was non judgmental or any other great if i don't know about that right here in ireland to it for five years and that's gave me self esteem it it let me understand what i wanted it let me uh find you know kind of battle the demons that i had an everybody has them judo and uh i'm very grateful for that i think if i hadn't gone through analysis i i would have never had the life i have of not just the careered that's great but the life geno i would have never had a good marriage i wouldn't have been a good mother i wouldn't have been a good friend i mean just too many things were battling a me is that man or woman joe river swelled so i see him whenever something's really bothering me and of course with my mother died i by i swear he must have a whole new house i saw some out so at last time i saw retiree who has got to retire.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"One of the best films image i'd love to see that list of unjured that he gave here um i actually saw the mall okay built up i learned my lesson he was married earlier to richard rogers doerner that's correct it was her first name oh mary was her sister linda lender takes a village to remember these linda was in therapy with a fellow by the name on that brecher uh who have also had another patient named francis loeb who then married norman lear me so and so i have that connection with emily would such a word mason that the us could action which is chest i think part of the pain nick danny had to go through is that the therapist snap brakha while he was treating linda and danny yes and at marrying linda now that is a violation of story violation of ethics like you can happen a little bit i don't need a little bit so then you think happened this man ever trust again because finally you go to a therapist you pour out your heart and soul and the therapists must have been telling linda i this is only conjecture so i am at an an and in an unimportant less important a circumstance in this whole thing was that dan was a beautiful man and the purpose were talking about was uh infirm the short old and infirm as compared to dan not like and yet she left him and now that you ought to matter i'm as i am i am trapped in my generation.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Before of us did this podcast i was in his barbour chair today and that's what reminded me my god suri is is gonna be on the podcast and we share this memory of danone and that intervention it every chair something else before we danny can i just say glee notably now living there yeah okay i just as a because he's one of these people though he is no longer here he's still here you know you you always think of nancy you see something and you said gee danny would've loved that g danny would have loved that a night at all he died of cancer so i don't think he died of substance abuse but i i'm not sure that he i'd i wouldn't know because he would keep it from you that he ever licht the problem and so i might hats off to you in great respect because it's hard food israel dan because i might never have met my white flynn but for now because i was married to another woman we were having a difficult time we were separated we decided we would try weekend's together to see if we could pick up the relationship again the very first weekend we had a dinner party i saturday night so that we wouldn't be alone dealing trying to get along and and dead dick torso and betty his wife where the two people who were coming over late in the afternoon dan melwert what are you guys doing the door succumbing coming over can i come yes it can i bring somebody yes and he brought all i gather that there are three i didn't now yeah i met her at my front door say a loaded than melo wow that's great near no he he influenced certainly um my career because he i remember when i first was like i don't know what my title was but he was my boss i guess it was vicepresident or something and i remember he mentioned movie and i didn't know it and he said you should be ashamed of yourself gave me a list of a hundred movies that were classics to see and he said you cannot be in the business unless you see all these movies and he he read every scripted so i learned his supposed to read every draft and he was on.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"And as the culture is ageing it's becoming more of a problem for kids in their sixties and seventies for parent would parents who earned their ladies and 90s and more of that is happening all the so i'm one of the things that i'm most interested in um is redefining aging and i think probably with all the problems we have in the world one of the biggest prejudice is that we have is the aging population and um i i think some of the programs that we work the hardest on are saying you know it's not my expression so i can't take take credit for it but we wired doubt retire we wire and when trying to put people who are healthy and vital and young back to work do you now in volunteer a paying position so we have a program that takes people who have skills and math and science and we're retraining them fbi math and science teacher and some of our best teachers are in their seventies are 80s let's because we again suria's that brilliant the sherry lansing foundation and the program along for honored art enzo rps we should be called perennials that's the new name that i heard that i'd like you know because we're a vital group of people and we're not what what our parents were and i believe if you're lucky enough to be blessed with great genes which in need of course in health if you don't do anything you're gonna age prematurely you know and and the idea that you're going to be retired for as long as you worked most people want to be relevant they wanna keep going our german this morning.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"You know what i keep raising the title studio for the almost the same job though it was a a different job at paramount at twenty century fox i just had production with reporting to me and when i was chairman of paramount i had the whole studio reporting to me marketing distribution everything but you know i had done every job within the studio sister and when i was promoted it got this wave of media attention i mean it was actually the new york times that put it on the front page and they said exmodel becomes head of twentieth century fox and i remember thinking wow if women were truly equal it wouldn't beyond the front page would be in the business section and also they gest eliminated you know the last 10 years of my work life when i had done every job within the studio system and today that would be a big class action lawsuit put them i was just fbi had the job you had agree edberg per one your may be the greatest run that he really is heard loud thank you that's very car and we had a really really good at some of those um forrest gump brave higher type floor and adam brown origin impossible i mean you know and you know a lot of movies that that aren't that big that you know that i still love bobby fischer wonder boys self first wives club which was also ike is quite big um i'm i'm really proud of every movie you know you put your heart and soul into every movie not just the ones that work goes executives who are like you put your heart and soul and others put their ass you know i loved movie said was the only reason i ever wanted to do any job was to make movies i cared about nothing else was really important to me and i cared about all the movies and the ones that didn't work i would just as hard on you were justice heart and you do the same thing on the wants to fail quote i don't think they failed at just failed commercially and sometimes critically as well um but you care about them the same you know like a saying which child you like the best you run while your children pearl.
"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.
"sherry" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"A terrific guests i mean literally bewildering guests young alleged a legendary guest at a woman you may usually desert things were that the culture applies to men uh but we're talking about a woman who is just one of the great people of our business which is the show business the film business the ear at center uh visit door we're sitting on the table there's a window i'm looking out edward glass and as a door that's to open a natural it's opening paul they're jewelers antall hippies here taking a look at the ads really it is she's wearing green she's wearing a green blouse and she is tall and darkhaired and gorgeous and the inner doors opening hello share sherry land say i sent red to be here and i have to say i was able to hear the nice things you said about me and i have to say that i feel like i'm with alleged and norman i have looked up to you my whole life and so unreal only each other a great long were very very long time in lou have been not only the genius that we all know but you've been an inspiration to me in the way that you age backwards and you get younger highway there you conduct july romero's you sort is if you haven't heard this podcast before is 95 i know him very well i do i get undressed with him every single night and the twelve euro that still there that i south oh you know about the 12yearold that we all live with forever and the and paul hit my sidekick here not a legend but reineri match alleged in very much someone i respect have also known for pretty locked i have you had guys don't each other for thank you yes ashley kevin marsh are that's right yeah so when we're talking for those of you listening.