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"sixteen years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"sixteen years" Discussed on WTOP
"You need every time you listen nine twenty three a quantico man will spend the next sixteen years behind for the brutal stabbing death of a northeast d .c. man four years ago the u .s. attorney and acting d .c. police chief say thirty -year -old colin potter has been in custody since his arrest in the stabbing that happened in twenty nineteen he pleaded guilty to second -degree murder in february according to the government's residents of the two men met at d a .c. bar then were alone together in vongle lugo's apartment on wisconsin avenue when potter unprovoked grab the kitchen knife and stab the victim forty two times lugo's cries for help alerted neighbors who called nine one one police say they arrived to find potter covered in blood standing over lugo's body in a hallway potter was sentenced in d .c.'s superior court on friday virginia military institute is facing a lawsuit after prospective a student says she was sexually assaulted in twenty twenty one the unidentified woman claims in her federal title nine lawsuit that v -m -i violated the law which prohibits sexual or racial discrimination against public schools students future students or employees the suit says in september of twenty twenty one the had woman a campus visit for an overnight trip and was assaulted by a roommate her father reported the incident to campus police the next day three months later the university said the claims were unfounded the lawsuit filed in federal court in lynchburg charges the university environment was dangerous and there was a deliberate indifference to campus safety no comment from v -m -i dan ronan wtop news sports at twenty five and fifty five powered by red river technology decisions engines are in black and white think red nine twenty five let's get the update now here is frank and
"sixteen years" Discussed on WTOP
"Have killed a sixteen year old Palestinian happened during a confrontation in the West Bank Saturday's shooting marked the latest violence in what has been one of the most violent stretches of the Israeli -Palestinian conflict in nearly two decades. The death of the teen brings to 185 the number of Palestinians killed in the West Bank so far this year that includes 30 under the age of 18. It's 1134. Hurricane Lee could start impacting the East Coast this weekend with dangerous drip currents and large waves. The weather channels Kelly Cass watching the storm. Hurricane Lee has weakened over the last 24 hours but not enough. It's still a major hurricane. We're talking a cat 3 with winds of 115 miles per hour thankfully missing the islands here north of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands but still the wave action significant for those islands and we're going to continue to see it moving at a pretty good clip today but then it really slows down over very warm water in the western Atlantic Basin and that allows for further strengthening. Lee became the season's first category 5 storm before it began to weaken yesterday. The new queen of USA tennis is a teenager. Coco Goth wins her first Grand Slam title at the age of 19. Goth comes back after dropping the first set to win the US Open Women's Championship. She is the first American teen to win the country's major tennis tournament since Serena Williams did it 23 years ago. 35 and the Social Security Administration's trust fund is paying out more than it's taking in. Right now it has about three trillion dollars in it. When it runs out retirees could see cuts to their monthly
"sixteen years" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I'm Dr. Anthony Lizowitz and this is Climate Connections. Sixteen -year -old John Bramson of North Carolina grew up taking bike rides with his dad Brian. You know Sunday mornings or Saturday mornings to go grab breakfast so biking was a big thing for our family. This year the father and son embarked on their biggest outing yet a week -long trek from the outer banks of North Carolina to Richmond, Virginia. They were motivated by their concern about climate change. The Bramson's worked with a non -profit Climate Ride which helps people organize bike and they raised more than $9 ,000 for the Triangle Land Conservancy, a non -profit. Brian is doctor a and he worries about how global warming is contributing to the spread of infectious diseases. John's concern about climate change was sparked in an environmental science class last fall. That I think was the catalyst. really Like I started paying attention. John says the trip was tiring but rewarding and Brian says was he grateful to spend the time with his son. I am acutely aware of how precious is all our time together and for me it was just really wonderful to be together kind of laying down some more memories for us both I hope. All while helping the climate. Climate Connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. To hear more stories like this visit Connections .org. Hi, I'm Marcel Spears. Keeping our global neighborhood safe is a tough job. One made just a bit safer with the help of America's brave military dogs. These dogs, who often take the same risks and make the same sacrifices
What Does the Espionage Act Actually Entail?
"Aircraft for photographing defense installations section publication 797 and sale of photographs of defense installations section 798 publication and sale photographs of defense installations section 798 disclosure of classified information section section 798 temporary extension of 794 section 799 violation of regulations the National restoration NASA this was never intended to apply to a president or an ex president which is why it's never been applied to a president or an ex -president the espionage act has been in existence since 1917 it was Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson used it to prosecute opponents World of War one including Eugene Debs who was a socialist candidate for president Wilson had him put in prison and he ran for president from prison and he two thousand people it's been amended since then but in its hundred and sixteen year history and it's been amended since then but in its hundred and sixteen year history check that hundred and six year history it's uh... it's uh... never been used against a president until
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
Contenders tout credentials in close vote to replace Merkel
"As election day nears the pressure is on to see which direction Germany will go in off to sixteen years on the top Flagler medical miracles parties scrambling to beat his center left rivals as recent polls suggest a tight race to the finish Medical Center union block is expected to trails slightly behind the social Democrats with the Green Party eyeing at least a share of the power about sixty point four million people and is able to go to the polls and elect a new parliament who will in turn elect the head of governments I'm Karen Thomas
The Ride of Sybil Ludington
"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.
How to Cultivate a Strategic Mindset to Accomplish Anything
"Today's guest teacher. Hanukkah antonelli was born in south africa and has become an accomplished author and award winning life coach with her sixteen years of experience. She's been helping people up level their lives so much so she launched a new book called the up level project. But guess what she's here today to teach you how to change your mindset. How to think more strategically so that you can cut through the fluff in the fog in your head and actually accomplish the things you set out to do. I'm gonna pass that onto hanukkah. But i'll be back to wrap up today's episode. Give my takeaways but for now. Take away hanukkah. Hi there everyone. I am hanukkah and thank you so much for joining me today. I am going to be teaching you how to cultivate a strategic mindset to achieve success and accomplish anything. You want and. I'm going to be doing that today by teaching you. An easy and scientifically backed formula. That will help you to step into a more strategic mindset. So let's get down to business so first off. You may be going to yourself okay. So why is it so important for me to step into a strategic mindset. Well this science now proves according to articles that were published on science daily dot com and proceedings of the national academy of sciences that the reason why successful people are so exit successful is because they are more strategic these sources also go on to mention that it's possible for anyone to shift into a strategic mindset and i know this to be true through my work in my business. Coaching practice where i work with multiple six to seven figure entrepreneurs to help them to step into that strategic mindset. And so now you're gonna go okay. So how do you do that. Hanukkah and the way i do that is by helping entrepreneurs to understand how their mind works
Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault
"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate
Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist
"A more immediate crisis unfolding in louisiana and parts of mississippi lily before we talk about bringing power back to new orleans. Tell us what happened. So in the situation with hurricane ida what i've heard repeatedly is just that the winds were really strong instantly. You know hurricane katrina comes to everyone's minds and in this case the levees flood gates pumps the all the systems that you know. The federal government and louisiana have spent billions on over the past sixteen years Those were very successful at keeping the water out of new orleans and in the city itself. There wasn't that sort of mass flooding issue but the winds in hurricane ida were noticeably. Very strong and they caused a lot of electrical infrastructure issues This massive tower that holds crucial transmission lines that survived katrina. Actually and sort of memorably was still standing after hurricane katrina. That tower collapsed during ida Sending equipment into the mississippi river in fact all eight of the major transmission lines into the city of new orleans. are down because of various issues that crews are still trying to figure out right. You know right now. And all of that is sort of combining to produce this mass blackout
Ida Aftermath: Power Outages in Louisiana, Mississippi Persist
"Today. We're talking about the power outage in new orleans earlier this week. Hurricane ida swept through parts of the southern us leaving widespread destruction in its path also knocked out power across louisiana leaving over a million customers in the dark and the city of new orleans was especially hard hit now. Officials are saying it could take weeks for the power to be turned back on so today. We're talking all about power in the second half of the show. We're gonna talk about another dire potential problem. We'll talk about threats to our communications infrastructure from solar storms but first there's a more immediate crisis unfolding in louisiana and parts of mississippi lily before we talk about bringing power back to new orleans. Tell us what happened. So in the situation with hurricane ida what i've heard repeatedly is just that the winds were really strong instantly. You know hurricane katrina comes to everyone's minds and in this case the levees flood gates pumps the all the systems that you know. The federal government and louisiana have spent billions on over the past sixteen years Those were very successful at keeping the water out of new orleans and in the city itself. There wasn't that sort of mass flooding issue but the winds in hurricane ida were noticeably. Very strong and they caused a lot of electrical infrastructure issues This massive tower that holds crucial transmission lines that survived katrina. Actually and sort of memorably was still standing after hurricane katrina. That tower collapsed during ida Sending equipment into the mississippi river in fact all eight of the major transmission lines into the city of new orleans. are down because of various issues that crews are still trying to figure out right. You know right now. And all of that is sort of combining to produce this mass blackout situation.
Power Grids Feel the Pressure of Intense Storms
"Hurricane ida crumpled a major transmission tower. That survived katrina sixteen years ago building infrastructure. That strong enough is hard when the target keeps moving because storms are getting stronger energy consultant alison silverstein says utilities and their regulators can take planning cues from murphy's law. We need to assume that everything possible that could go wrong is going to go wrong. Simultaneously and murphy is always gonna win. President biden's climate plan includes a much bigger role for electricity electric cars. For example cutting carbon footprint says easier with electricity from emission free sources like wind solar and nuclear. But even those have to stand up to extreme weather putting wires underground may seem obvious but engineering professor destiny. Knock at carnegie mellon university says that won't always work in hurricane country where you might have under grounded. The lines to protect them from wind putting them underground makes them more susceptible to flooding knock. Says it's never just one thing that's going to keep the lights. On energy experts. We interviewed agree on a few basic ideas though. They say the grid should be more decentralized so the whole thing doesn't shut down at once. More generation out in communities such as solar power would accomplish that but new orleans utility energy has resisted calls for just that to the frustration of local activists at mit engineering professors. Or up. a mean says not all the fixes are technical. He says power companies also need to become more agile and do more when responding to storms the fact that some utilities are not able to sort of respond immediately is also another kind of failure which is perhaps as drastic as the infrastructure. Failures is assuming outages will happen. Amin says utilities should focus more on dispatching generators even before a storm to make sure important facilities and vulnerable populations get electricity restored as soon as possible. All this cost money that usually ends up in utility bills. Congress is working on major funding through infrastructure bills. That could address some of these issues. There also focused on president. Biden's climate goals including zeroing out greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five.
Millions Swelter Without Power in Louisiana Heat in Ida's Aftermath
"Than a million homes and businesses in louisiana are still without power today and it may be weeks before all the lights and the air conditioners turned back on. Hurricane ida has slowed to a tropical storm and moved north but it has left behind a tremendous mess flooded roads toppled power lines. Cars and houses swept away. At least four people are dead. Senator bill cassidy. A republican from louisiana joins us now from baton rouge senator. Thank you very much for making time for us today. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it look. I know you're no stranger to hurricanes in louisiana but when you recently flew over the southern part of your state in a us coastguard plane. Did you see anything that surprised. You were just just the grandma for example which is often had hard had obviously been completely washed oliver and one of my one of my colleagues said that he thought this was the worst. He's ever seen granddaughter Now maybe we should be surprised. It is an incredibly incredibly powerful hurricane and so we're not surprised On the other hand just to see the flooding. The devastation was heartbreaking in thankfully the levies. That protect new orleans held this time. Unlike what happened. Sixteen years ago during katrina. But senator as you well know. The power is out for a million people and businesses across the state and could be for weeks. It is very hot d. Do you feel like this could be a situation. Where many people survive the initial storm. But perhaps not the disaster that follows. Why don't think they'll die as long as they commonsense precautions but to your point the aftermath. We have to take care of just as much as we did preparing for the storm itself.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"In june in mexico. A caravan of some five hundred asylum seekers including young children were assaulted by mexican authorities. Saturday as the group made its way to mexico city to demand expedited asylum proceedings. The caravan was mostly made up of people from haiti central america cuba and colombia who've been blocked from leaving the southern state of chiapas while their cases are processed. This isn't asylum-seeker from nicaragua. If we could live in our countries we would not have come. we were not oppressed. We would not have come from our countries as you can see. Most our young people people in need we only want to work. In britain climate activists with extinction rebellion and staging a series of daily actions to draw attention to the climate catastrophe on friday. Demonstrators poured red paint symbolizing blood money on banks in london's financial district call out their ties to the fossil fuel industry on sunday. Activists rallied outside london. Science museum to protest shows funding of the museum's exhibition about greenhouse gases elsewhere in london christian climate activists including several clergy members staged protests inside saint paul's cathedral to demand the church of england. Stop investing in fossil fuels. Meanwhile in brazil six thousand digits people representing one hundred seventy six groups have been camping out. In the capital brasilia to condemn the construction of the amazon rainforest in the genocide of indigenous people the massive gathering and protests come ahead of a pivotal supreme court decision that could either help restore or severely limited indigenous sovereignty over their ancestral lands. California officials have ordered evacuations for parts of lake tahoe basin after gusty dry winds pushed the cul fire toured heavily populated areas overnight. The cold or fire has burned. About one hundred seventy thousand acres. Just one of several major wildfires raging in california which is on pace to top twenty twenty s record shattering fire sees him. Senator bernie sanders in michigan iowa and indiana over the weekend to push the democrats three and a half trillion dollar spending bill in town halls and other events with voters sanders chair of the senate budget committee said he wanted to speak directly to working people. About how the bill will impact them in their communities by investing in childcare worker rights free community college and creating well paid union jobs that will hope combat climate crisis spill real put hundreds of billions of dollars into transforming transportation in this country. Make our homes and buildings more energy efficient make agricultural era green and also on top of all of that. We are gonna put many billions of dollars into a civilian climate in california. The los angeles city council passed a resolution to commemorate disappeared of el salvador on august thirtieth today coinciding with the international day of the victims of enforced disappearances between one thousand nine hundred eighty and nineteen. Ninety-two some ten thousand. People were forcibly disappeared now. Salvador during the brutal us-backed military dictatorship overall an estimated. Seventy five thousand people were killed over one million internally displaced or forced to flee el salvador with many starting new lives in los angeles and the beloved hollywood actor and longtime activists. Ed asner has died at the age of ninety one at his home in california on screen. He was best known for playing newsmen. Lou grant first on the mary. Tyler moore show than in his own spinoff offscreen. Ed asner was an outspoken activist for union labor rights including during his tenure as the president of the screen actors. Guild he condemned. President reagan's support of the right wing military government and salvador and raise funds for medical relief in the country his activism led. Cbs to cancel his program. The lou grant show in nineteen eighty. Two ed asner frequently spoke out against american imperialism and perpetual war in october. Two thousand two. He spoke to democracy now shortly before taking part in mass protests against the iraq war and just after then president george w bush received backing from house leaders to invade iraq. This is to demonstrate that These acts will not be done in our name. We did not selling onto these acts. Such as a unilateral invasion of iraq And to the abrogation of civil liberties in this country to pursue these warlike acts by this administration to see our full interview with ed asner at the time and our addicts studios at the firehouse in downtown manhattan. Just blocks from ground zero. You can go to democracy. Now dot org ed. Asner has died at the age of ninety one and there was just some of the headlines. This is democracy democracy now dot org the warren peace report when we come back hurricane ida slams into louisiana leaving a million people without power including all of new orleans will speak with two new orleans residents. The storm hit sixteen years.
Hurricane Ida Batters Louisiana
"Strong winds gust across southeastern louisiana after ida made landfall sunday exactly sixteen years. After hurricane katrina did ida has now been downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm as it continues. Inland much of new orleans has been left without power amid the wind and rain. At least one person is reported. Dead in louisiana's ascension
Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow
"One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the. Us made landfall over the weekend. Hurricane ida directly hit port fouchane louisiana with one hundred and fifty mile an hour winds flooding rain in life threatening storm surges. That were more than seven feet above normal. The storm ripped the roofs off homes businesses and at least one hospital it snapped trees and power lines flooded streets and left more than a million electricity customers in the dark. In fact the entire city of new orleans lost power the winds were so strong they reverse the flow of the mississippi river near new orleans something the us geological survey calls extremely uncommon only four stronger storms in history of ever hit the mainland. Us and as of early this morning hurricane ida has weakened a little but it is still packing hurricane strength as it moves inland tornado. Watches have also been issued for parts of louisiana mississippi alabama and florida. For a lot of people this is all too familiar ida hit on the exact same date as historically devastating hurricane katrina sixteen years ago. I came ashore about forty five miles west of where katrina first struck land but the area was more prepared. This time since katrina hit newer stronger more sophisticated levees were built to hold back storms. Like this and it seems they've been able to hold up this time much better than the ones that failed following katrina more than eighteen. Hundred people died after katrina. This time. it's too early to know what the human toll may be. Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated ahead of hurricane ida but not everyone got out so there are twenty one search and rescue teams from about fifteen different states ready to find survivors as soon as the storm calms down the federal emergency management agency or fema also sending more than two thousand emergency workers hundreds of extra ambulances and millions of meals and leaders of water. We should also get a better idea of the overall damage. Once the sun comes up
Louisiana Braces for 'Life-Altering' Hurricane Ida
"This is it for residents in the path of ida expected to make landfall Sunday as a potential category four hurricane mandatory and voluntary evacuations are in effect for residents of New Orleans as well as coastal Louisiana and Mississippi Jamie Rhome acting director of the national hurricane center says folks need to take this seriously you really really really have to get going because today is that in terms of protecting life property he says category four hurricanes bring winds in excess of a hundred and thirty miles per hour heavy rain and flooding right American risk reduction system or the federal levee system could be looking at life threatening storm surge in excess of ten feet I'd as expected to make landfall on the exact date Katrina devastated the Gulf coast sixteen years ago but that was a cat three hurricane I'm Julie Walker
Ida Aims to Hit New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina Anniversary
"Hurricane ida could hit New Orleans on the anniversary of hurricane Katrina if the forecast holds up hurricane ida is going to make landfall in August twenty nine there which is the sixteen year anniversary of hurricane Katrina Brian McNoldy it was a hurricane researcher at the university of Miami the chance for quite a lot of identification where we could be looking at a category three or four hurricane New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell ordered the evacuation of everyone living outside the levee system however she also pointed out what's improved since Katrina which was a cat three storm science's change based on our ability to get more accurate information from the National Weather Service so we had in our communications have been improved as well over time hi Charlie Adler
Psychonauts 2 and Aliens: Fireteam Elite Reviews!
"To use weird and wonderful wonderfully written story of interesting nuance characters. That i instantly fell in love with most of its fresh ideas. Go a long way toward elevating the second thoughts formula into the modern era. Though it's enticing new equitable pin system can be a little little too stingy. Double fine has also done a great job of expanding. This universe toward both grander and more intimate threats without losing the joyous childhood adventure vibes of the original. It may bring a bit of that. Mid-2000s action platformer clumsiness. Along with it. But second thoughts to you is still just about everything i could have hoped for from a sequel to one of my favorite games. Andrew reiner given former gave it a nine out of ten and says over. Sixteen years have passed between sacco games but not much. Time has elapsed protagonist response Okay raza quavo. His scratchy high pitched voice still screams of youthful inexperience and his actions. Almost always show an eagerness to learn. That's precisely what developer double fine productions has also done over the years. Time is allowed this art house studio to hone it. It's platforming craft sharp already hilarious wit and creates a sequel that shows off the tremendous complexity of the human brain and the thrill of unearthing. it's wonders i adored. Almost every second or second to it achieves something. I don't often seen games a continual sense of all as each of its worlds and falls. It took sixteen years. It took sixteen years to reach release but double fine has delivered incredible sequel. I hope we get a third installment that doesn't take nearly as long to create
Interview With Ryan Star, CEO of Stationhead
"Ryan style. Welcome to the voice podcast. Thanks for having me okay. So you're recording artist. How did we get here. Why are you on the voice by podcast. Jump right in that fitting on the voice fought. Podcast might might earliest memory of how i would have gotten here a started with my voice. It's the most degrade say that. I remember memories memory. Strike me one would be like you know. Thirteen years old sitting down with guitar Knowing records and using my voice the voice was there to dream to inspire. You know a world of people that that through music and songs the way the way. My heroes has fired me to do that. Thing right like a very star the voice at the same time at that age. My mother environmental was taking me around town Beginning townhall in my local community. Things like that to get recycling for the school districts and bish again understood the power of voice and actually. I'm assuming that the voice. Maybe other generations grew up believing in more but i grew up in who cares nineties grunge generation and i felt like i was the only kid thought. Not one voice can change the world. I really carry that. My whole life especially artistically. When one day radio found me made me. I got a call on a z. One hundred the morning zoo radio contest. Night i fifteen years old or sixteen years old going into senior year of high school elvis durant famous damon voice and bon. Jovi called me on air and announced that. I'd be opening for them jones beach where i grew
Talking to Your Teen About Their Sexual Identity
"Dear. dr mc. My sixteen year old daughter is experiencing i issues. She doesn't talk with me about it but she has to her brother and some close friends. I wanna reaffirm to her that it's okay to be a girl and straight and still struggle with your sexuality and identity and that you don't have to be non binary or change your pronouns or be bisexual. She did experience some sexual abuse. So i believe a lot of this stems from how she's dealing with that she's also in theater and has been exposed to a lot of people who've changed their gender identity. I want to get some therapy but worry with a culture today that it would just reinforcer feelings and desires. Please help my little girl. Well first of all thank you so much for writing you know. Our kids are living in a time where life is extremely confusing particularly when it comes to their sexual identity and their sexuality. We're living in a culture. That sexualizing is our daughters and our son's it makes them feel as though their sexuality is the most important part of their identity that they're worth comes from their sexuality that their sexuality trump's their identity as a human being and this is wrong. Here's what i would encourage you to do. This is what i do with kids in my office. First of all. I would address your daughter in a larger context and i would say to her honey. I understand that you're struggling with your sexuality and your sexual identity and you know a lot of kids your age do but here's the thing. Why don't we put your sexual identity on the back burner for awhile and focus on you. Developing bigger parts of who. You are focused on developing your character. Your skills your natural gifts so that you're not thinking about your sexual identity as much because many kids your age become obsessed with
Chris Reed of Morningstar Ministries on How He Started Preaching at Age 14
"Have a fascinating story. I want to tell my audience really that you. I guess this is so strange. It's hard for people to to think about but you began preaching and an extremely early age. Tell my audience about that because now you are. You're thirty six. You're very mature beyond your years. But you were preaching like as a kid. How old were you when you started. So by the time i actually got started speaking on a regular basis i was fourteen and just my parents were driving me to i respective opportunities to to speak in such and then So by the time. I was eighteen. I had ministered in over two hundred churches so i started pretty young. Here's here's a dumb question. But now that i'm in my fifties i think if fourteen or fifteen or sixteen year old or seventeen year old or eighteen year. Old guide in the pulpit. I'm not sure that i could sit there. It seems odd to me that a kid would really have anything to share homily speaking or whatever. Now what do you. What do you think it was kind of curious thing. Now that you're older. If a fourteen year old gets into the pulpit what do you what would you even make. It almost seems like a parlor trick like a crazy thing like like the midget batter. You know what was his name back in the nineteen forties. They put a three foot eight midget into bat. So the strike zone we. It seems like it seems kooky like you can't really take it seriously but obviously it was serious but so what do you make of it today. The idea of a fourteen year. Old preaching so i look back and think how thankful i am that i would even have crowds of people especially adults. Sit through and listen. Listen to that but i not only thankful for that but i also am appreciate the fact that even at the young age i felt like that one of the gifts that god gave me was just the gift of wisdom and so beyond my years. You might say i seem to be able to study the word of god. Break it down and with passion and excitement share it and so i think that maybe helped make up for lack of age. I have no doubt that it made up for it. And just as i know you. Now you're you're you're wise well beyond your years and i imagine that they wouldn't have put you out there as a fourteen year old unless you actually had something to say and listen. The people in the congregation would immediately get that they would immediately understand that wisdom wisdom. There's no such thing as fourteen year old wisdom as either wisdom or not. But it's just amazing that you got your start that
"sixteen years" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences
"You know for about sixteen years now and it's just it takes practice right like we do take practice and this does as well being vulnerable takes practice so when we get discouraged and we just say forget it. I'm not doing this. I'm going back to my old ways and okay you can do that. You can go back to your old ways. You can go back to the because there's a part of you that wants to look good right in. This goes back to parts language. To of course there's a part that says i'm not doing that again because it didn't have a good outcome as we talked about mindy in terms of That experience of like shutting down right putting up the way. And so i really encourage is just that that the mindset right the mindset of growth mindset versus a fixed mindset and that is really really powerful. There's a lot of psychological studies around what happens to us as humans when we stay in a fixed mindset versus a growth mindset in this concept of old reality really needs to be explored in a growth mindset. So good laura. So i So from here will probably start. Tying things up i do Would love to invite you back for another pipe. We had at podcast recently on domestic violence I think that there's a lot of shame and judgement and stuff that goes along with that that would be a great follow up podcast for our listeners that maybe interested in ways that they can cope with that And i feel that we might be able to do some podcasts. Just on Some of the other topics that are coming for For women so. I hope that you will say yes and come back absolutely okay. Well thanks so much and is there. Are there any other resources that you'd like to give our listeners. tied to vulnerability or do you feel like you covered them off. Everything you've mentioned just the you know. I will put in the show notes so that they are easily accessible Anyone listening okay..
"sixteen years" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Thirty years for each aggravated substantive bank fraud charge a two year mandatory sentence for each charge of aggravated identity theft and these would have to be served consecutively for a total of sixteen years and twenty years for.
"sixteen years" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth
"I don't know because i now i resonate with the would half this idea that i can sense or the people's feelings and i feel inside my own body and then so i don't know if i was absorbing that from the family dynamic from rather emotionally stifled dodd and mome who even now when we have conversations that she still exploring how to show up in As his south fully. And which is everyone's story i think is we're told that we have to tell a story. That is easy for someone else to digest. Don't ya and i think i- overpowered my sister. And and i think that was about it came from having hyperactivity and not not really being clocked straight away so you know e numbers in fizzy drinks and sweets and things like that would five in his life. I'd be bound liar all all over the place. so Yeah and don't i. I wasn't one of those people. Because i'm not too now american. I've been doing it for sixteen years. But i wasn't i was. I was an introverted. Extrovert allowed me. I found a way of hiding when all of my differences will points it out at school. It's you know it's a story has been told many times the idea of you find humor a new find deflections and you find quick wickedness. Yes in order to deflect people's attentions on you happen ages yes and so i. I think i learned that there in those formative years ago. And you have to protect yourself at all costs so you need to be in control of where you are when you are and how you are i see now was that a result of just children can be cruel at sometimes and growing up in that space. You know When you're in your own home you didn't notice that you were different but when you started going to primary school you know. There's all these differences and the children calls out so when they call it out and you're trying to find the place where you fit in is Who was was that bring on the manifestation of what you what you just mentioned. You know you. You need to be very alert on where you are what you doing what you're.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Life of an Architect
"That was a really really helpful piece of information that i learned you know it might have been the most painful thing that somebody told me. It's up to that point my life difficult to possibly tank that hurry stage in your career. Also any there's a possibility that you might have discount often denied that unity. And i don't care what you know anything right. Silicon are sometimes have that attitude criticism right even when it's good and constructive. He know the way you put that makes sense. I mean i. I liked him. I got along really well the sky it would have been easy for me to dismiss it but you know i think when someone tells you that if you do dismiss it. It's probably even more true than you think this. Oh one while the other thing that always kinda resonates with me. When i think about the you gotta eat your vegetables. I was the idea you know. There's the whole each your dessert. I and this had to do with this article so these things were at like a battle in my head because i was reading all these articles about healthy eating and all this kind of stuff and this is not that long after i had my daughter kate and she was a little kid and she's now sixteen years old. They're still always parenting skills. That you kinda discover almost daily but when she was really little. I knew that she like all kids would much rather eat sugary stuff and hot dogs and chicken nuggets and all that kind of garbage as the grownup here. I know that this is not the sort of food that i wanted..
"sixteen years" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Much for being on vermeer and welcome to the show. I know you're doing well and you have to tune in to answer that question. But i'm hoping love all is what you're feeling right. Now go ahead and talk a little bit about what you're most excited about in your business at love all five dot com. Today we well. I can only speak for myself. And i feel really excited about the fact that we are getting ready to make appearances on podcasts. And start speaking about what it is that we're doing in who we are in our journey to get here out. We're ready to take love all to the collective and that's something that has taken as not only many many incarnations on multidimensional levels but in this timeframe it's it's taken us almost sixteen years to get here. We're really excited to be here. Meco you get to say something to. I would thank you. Thank.
"sixteen years" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Am so smitten with this little girl to keep reminding myself. She's only sixteen ways any longer. Let's do it now. Teenage activist greta sundberg elevated the issue. I'd say more than most some are calling the greta effect. You could call it. The greta effect i mean. Of course i. I wished this more not focused on the but more as a whole she's amazing and so committed at such a young age just sixteen years old. It's incredible when i became. Maybe i became depressed and the climate crisis was a huge cause.
"sixteen years" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"And there's just been so much good and such as salt lake's almost sixteen years of of obstacles becoming opportunities and ings working out different but better or like you know so the unexpected has i've had sixteen years of what was unexpected becoming the greatest gift. So i i it's not. The emotion isn't as devastating and it doesn't feel like it's determining future which in the toddler years those statements or that setback was like. Oh my gosh. This is just shifting the entire trajectory in ono. What are we going to do. And he's just ruining her life. And i don't have those emotions anymore because i know i know with the of her life. No it's nothing is like an end. All be all that nothing is actually going to be the end of her education or the end of her relationships are or just taking a turn and here we go and is just looking looking different but it will be better than i have imagined someway. Somehow the emotion now is has i am. I now have sixteen years of watching a little human develop and grow and become a.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"What's the next form that you're supposed to file. And what time do you file that. And where do you submit it and it should be this hard to just follow the rules and trying to do it right. The system is broken. What do you see the future on that here. Any good signs that that might be getting better or Politically it's still such a difficult. Yeah no it's. It's something that going to be solved overnight. Obviously yeah it's gonna take a couple of years if then to to fix that so even with all of that pressure and knowing that they're facing all this difficulty it was still worth it to your family to come here. I think so. Why why. Why did they knowing that they were facing this challenge. Why did they still want to do it. Just just I guess we just had hope. Yeah hope that We would have a better life here. Yeah because you know. Mexico's it's where i'm from. It's hard to find good paying job and then you have the the drug cartels down there too. Yeah it's really unsafe. So which one is somewhere. We're working be safe. Have a family not have to worry about somebody. Trying to mess with that totally. What did it feel like when you finally got all your papers. And that was all done and he didn't have to worry about it anymore. What did that feel. I it was. It was a huge relief I even got to travel. I have played for events parole. And i got to go to mexico in two thousand sixteen to see my family on ice. Yeah my dad's side of the family so that was just that was amazing just after not seeing them for so many years. Because that's the other thing if you're undocumented you can't know visit crazy. How many years has it been since you saw them So i was sixteen years. Sixteen years that you hadn't seen your family over there Crazy what was that. Like to walk in the door and see them again which is just got a shock on my spine. It was a it was great awesome. How much family do you still have in mexico quite a bit. Basically my whole dad's side. Yeah yeah and all his brothers and sisters and then obviously all my cousin. So it's yeah it's quite a lot. Yeah those two weeks weren't enough. I'm sure are you going to go back anytime soon. i would like. I'm hoping once this corona just goes away in get back to normal exactly so every day just computers and tech. Gogo yup for you. What's it like working with The employees on the farm. Do they like the tech. You know because a lot of people who have been around farms farmer's farm workers you. Those kinds of people aren't really in detect. Usually i know like my dad isn't too bad. A lot of people of his generation working on a farm. You just get it done the old way. Is that a challenge It is a challenge. Because you know most of them are not very tech savvy and just the language barrier because it's oliver softwares in english and everything so a challenge but little by little. We start teaching them. You know they start understanding once they really fully understand it. They love it because it makes their job easier. They have so much information.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?
"Real fast. I but he's out of there title to write it down before i forgot So so you get some flowers and take some hospital to visit his grandpa grandpa. of course like i told you i hate visitors eight but you geez like the. You're you're in a bed Fuck off. I'm going to do what i want. You're gonna die momentarily so so His grandpa's like hey. Can i tell you about your parents and you geez like nope. And that's that's where we're leaving that. I assume that has something to do with his superhuman. Since it's mmediately after that last scene but okay schroeder also not addressed in the maggie kalon columnist shot right But as they're hanging out the grandpa's like hey You you're a young strapping man. What well you can just go out and save as many people as possible. Don't die alone like me. Dead just like felt it was like this is it. Good night It's less like he just died suddenly like he chose to stop living after he was like. Check me out. I'm done quick. I the last thing on my bucket list. I need to motivate a protagonist. I can let go. My grandson is finally the protagonist seven animated. I knew that god and it's happened that you knew what was born with pink hair and i was like giving give him sixteen years. I'm out. I'll hold on just until he strong enough. The only relative killed off the rest of the family. Fun yeah we. We have super long longevity in this family not anymore no but yeah so He dies So of course. He has to like deal with that he calls. The nurses like does all the paperwork and he's like yeah hasn't really hit me all all but he's holding together all right but then Brooding curse man comes out of the shadows the shadows and the hospital because it start And he's like hey you we got business come year. You're probably not dealing with stuff in this hospital especially when you're talking about like yeah. I saw process how my grandpa just died in the world to deal with that. Hey you're not alone anymore come here. So.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Pantheon
"Being mean a sixteen years later there was another soundbar now king show so it's nice to know that we're not going to say goodbye to these guys. There's been a couple of bands house jeans rana and it just it's always. It's always very melancholy for be will do that. I feel is just sixteen more years to get through. Well i'm fine with that and get back to we have that go back to the grun. I still think we should name to of sex drugs and rock and roll. We said oh the night bird. I was like. That's what it is about.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Know they should nazrul man. What was your around the trolling along the biggest total in the world. I remember tonight jones for all right so it was that night i watched that i came going hoster governorship. We talk in almost fifteen sixteen years ago years. I'm saying this when people used to have them big bubbles crib late at night and play my xbox anger we play the xbox control the make sounds. Yup she's trying to sleep and john played. I were drilling jopling. You know play either regression now. And i'm like shame waited and i left my cell phone only and she was like. Oh fuck you leave. you've got your focus yourself home. So she took the cell phone at the top of the specs in a big bubble because the pockets used to be big on the bubble right. So she's doing down the steps on break but the mother fucking shit right into my pocket and the bubble coat. I thank you council. So i'm walking down the steps. She chased me down the steps with a mother fucking knife. Oh i see tonight. A butcher knife out would knife but hoste the public safety seen it and they were like. Oh we got tonight grabbed. The knife kicked out of the school next thing. Go to court because they found a domestic report. Now anytime you have a domestic report at. I didn't have to say nothing but automatic charges out. So i'm like i'm not scared. You know to get out you know to be very next day and you know the judge pulled me over. He was like armed woman as she putting impression on you to say this and i started laughing now you know. I'm not scared. And they released was used on probation. And all of that shit bro. This is the same as he was talking about. He was waiting for for a long time. Game check it got some experience but you got some stories. Women is having a podcast day. Fucking around new york man. Good now we still keep in touch. You know a beautiful woman. Yes i'm saying cool. Go you know she got children now. You know you know she she straight.
"sixteen years" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"That was a helicopter dropping me in to tell you shut up i love it. I am joe. Cabrillo here with sasha filer. Welcome everybody to our podcast. Thank you for listening. This is a podcast where we invite a very special guest to talk about something. I'm degraded underappreciated. Maybe something that people forgotten bogged because it hasn't been around on their minds for like sixteen years. I don't know could be a movie. That's kind of well known. I don't know. I'm revealing the topic of today's podcast. What are you doing that. Could we have today in the room. We have a writer producer. I mean he's just such a great dude. I can talk about him all day. He's kind of a genius and many direct like renaissance kind of guy. I don't know he's he's like already not pleased with me. So he's going to yell at me at some point going to yell back at him. Welcome carlton gillespie. Hello.