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You Couldn't Pay Sonja $1 Million to Put Sugar In Her Body Again
"Today we will be talking to a person who has successfully recovered from food addiction and talk about how she did it. So Sonia B. is here. Welcome Sonia. Thank you. Thank you Susan. Yes, you're welcome. So glad you're taking the time and talking about your journey. I appreciate you agreeing to be a guest today and as with all of our food addict guests, we use the first name and last initial for the sake of anonymity. So let's get started. Let me ask you, you identify as a food addict, right? I do. Okay. And let's start with your early childhood. We had a pre -podcast talk and as you look back on your early childhood, you said you knew you look back as a young child and you consider how you behaved around food and it wasn't normal. Talk about that. Sure. Thank you, Susan. So as I was thinking about this, ironically, I had a conversation in the last 24 hours about a conversation I had on a plane back 15 years ago and I had my meal with me because at that time, it was very difficult to find the foods that are not triggers for me in airports. So I was bringing my food then and I still do now if I travel, but it's a much more accessible world to those of us who are recovering from food addiction than it was back in the mid -2000s. So here's my comment to this world -renowned health professional who asked at the conclusion of a two -hour conversation said to me, well, I have good news for you. We're working on a drug that would allow you to have sugar and desserts again someday. And I said, you could not give me a million dollars to put sugar in its processed state, in its non -fruit whole food state into this body.
Fresh update on "sonia" discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Criteria in effect at the time of the 922G offense not the prior conviction. Assistant federal public defender Andrew Adler made his third trip to the US Supreme Court lectern on Monday to argue that his client Eugene Jackson should not be subject to a 15 year mandatory minimum because of his previous state cocaine related conviction. Adler is just one of the federal public defenders who have argued more than once before the justices. That's because with the Supreme Court hearing fewer and fewer cases each term the criminal defense attorneys like most first -time Supreme Court advocates face a lot of pressure from elite law firms to turn over their cases to advocates who are more experienced before the court. Joining me is Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson who's written about this. Tell us about the pressure that federal public defenders and other first time advocates have to turn their Supreme Court cases over to advocates. Well it's not a very good kept secret that whenever a case is granted by the justices the advocate if they're not a Supreme Court veteran will face intense pressure. You know they'll get calls, emails from large law firms from go to veterans offering to take their case for free to help them out but the help often means to argue the case. so And it's one way that you know as the justices are granting fewer and fewer cases it's one way for advocates to you know show their faces in front of the justices frequently and it's one that sometimes gets a lot of people to turn over their cases but the federal defenders have tried to keep their cases when it makes sense within the offices themselves. There's even been criticism from some justices you wrote about Justice Sonia Sotomayor in 2014 said it was malpractice for any lawyer who thinks this is my one shot before the Supreme Court and I have to take it. Have other justices commented as well? Yes there was similar criticism from Justice Kagan around the same time where she talked about you know the one group consistently who is getting for advocacy in front of the justices were criminal defendants and that of course includes federal public defenders. She talked about the same thing of people wanting to have their one shot in front of the Supreme Court and we've seen a lot of first -time advocates a lot of advocates of these criminal cases who do not do you know the best job for their clients but that's not always the case and again you know that's something that the federal defenders are trying to make sure doesn't happen in their cases. And the Supreme Court bar is an elite group is group two? Well that's what you know one of the federal defenders told me is that there is bit a of elitism that goes on this idea that you know only certain people can do this I mean you know these federal defenders they are appellate specialists they are criminal specialists they argue in front of a lot of the other courts of appeals so it's not as if they don't have experience but one thing that they do often have is a real clear understanding of the criminal law and the way that it happens practically and we actually saw that in action when a federal defender took the lectern this week and argued a case he was able to give the justice this is really a practical on -the -ground look about you know what it is that criminal defense attorneys advise their clients of and what sort of those interactions look like something that you Supreme Court veteran for all the wonderful things they can do probably couldn't that was yes and this is actually his third time at the Supreme Court lectern so he's one of a few federal defenders that have gone to the Supreme Court and argued more than once yeah and a few people mention that right off the bat he presented this hypothetical to the justices that really grab it them did and so you know it was in his opening two minutes the Supreme Court it doesn't sound like a long time but the Supreme Court has said they're going to give advocates an uninterrupted two minutes and it's kind of when the advocates can make the best arguments without getting interrupted and in that two minutes he mentioned this specific hypothetical and it came up again and again and again from the justices they asked the other attorney about it so he was really making good use of that first two minutes of uninterrupted time and you know ultimately I think it'll probably will be the way that the case goes and could end up in the opinion. And we will talk about that in a moment so Kimberly do you think that there's an advantage there are some advocates that have been up there so many times the justices know them and perhaps know them even because you know they attend it functions with them and things like that I mean do you think that's an advantage when the Supreme Court knows who you are like for example former solicitor generals? You know it can be I think one of the things that people people tell me is the biggest advantage of you know those repeat players at the Supreme Court is that they know what the justices are looking for they know that you know when a justice gives you a hypothetical you don't fight the hypothetical you answer their question no matter how ridiculous it is no matter how much is first your argument and you just sort of do the best you can and so it's sort of like having a home field advantage is the way that one advocate put it to me is that you you just know what to expect from them and know what's going to be the most helpful to them. Tell us about the Defender Supreme Court Resource and Assistance Panel. What is it doing? So this is probably the worst acronym name is called D -Scrap but D Scrap is really just a group of federal defenders that do have some high court experience you know it started out very informally but after some of the criticism that we talked about you know from the justices federal defenders from around the country is sort of said okay we need to do something about this we need to make sure that we aren't you know these people the who justices are talking about giving poor advocacy and so you know what they do is to varying degrees they will reach out to the
SCOTUS Reaffirmed the Individual Right to Say 'No' to Your Government
"Excellent excellent way. So Justice Sonia Sotomayor disagreed in the case of 303 Creative Violinist which was the religious freedom case. What Gorsuch wrote is that the First Amendment prohibits the state of Colorado from forcing a website designer to create expressive designs speaking messages with which the designer to be able to get a free college degree. In this case, gay marriage. Now obviously the Left is all focused on that point which is why you hear biased news reports say in a setback for gay rights. How is this a setback for of rights. gay gay The Supreme Court didn't say gay people can't have websites. This wasn't a landmark ruling ruling where the Supreme Court said no gay couple can ever get a website. Yeah I'd say that would be a setback for gay rights if that was in fact what the Supreme Court ruled. But did the Supreme Court rule that? No. Are there web designers out who will there gladly make a website for a gay couple. You bet. Are there that ones will overcharge that gay couple? You're damn right they will. Are there ones that will make one for the gay couple if they're getting a divorce? Yes indeed absolutely. So the Supreme Court didn't come out today in a setback rights for gay and say if you are a same -sex couple you cannot have a website devoted to your wedding. No what they said was you can't force somebody to create a for website somebody if they disagree. It violates their beliefs because then they're entering into expression. They're entering into speech. It's a very important point. This ruling is a landmark case. It really is because it codifies the individual's right to say no
Why do so many Black women die in pregnancy? For one thing, doctors don't take them seriously
"Black women in the U.S. are nearly three times more likely to die during pregnancy or delivery than any other race, and sometimes it's because of racial bias. Angelica and Anthony alliance are sisters from Birmingham, Alabama, and they both had traumatic pregnancies, Angelica became pregnant in 2019 at her son was due the following January, Angelica, who worked at the university of Alabama at Birmingham, says she experienced severe pain during her pregnancy and in October checked into the hospital affiliated with the university. She says she was treated for constipation but her pain persisted. I got in the bed, I felt this strong pain from vaginal area all the way up to my chest. I screamed. That was literally the beginning of literally them constantly leaving me in pain. Angelica says her pleas for help were shrugged off even after vomiting bile, and she was repeatedly sent home from the hospital because doctors and nurses claimed she was experiencing normal contractions. She says she wasn't taken seriously until a searing pain shot through her body and her baby's heart rate plummeted she was rushed into delivery two months before her due date, Angelica says she was on life support for three days and almost didn't make it. It's scary knowing that I could have died, you know? My mom, my sister, my ex-husband, would have to be, you know, taking care of my son and I wouldn't be. And even in my records, I think they have it down that I have PTSD with that hospital. Angelica lions experience is a reflection of the medical racism bias and inattentive care that many black Americans endure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that black women have the highest maternal mortality rate in the U.S. 69.9 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2021. That's almost three times the rate for white women and black babies are more likely to die and be born prematurely, setting the stage for health issues that could follow them through their lives, black Americans health issues have long been ascribed to genetics or behavior when actuality and array of circumstances were linked to racism, restrictions on where people could live and a historical lack of access to care, Angelica's sister and Sonia says when it came time for her to have her baby where she developed complications after two previous miscarriages, her doctor referred her to the same hospital where Angelica almost died. My heart kind of dropped when you said because I didn't want to go to that hospital. From which she had already gone through, I was traumatized. Alabama has a dark history of medical racism, in the 1800s, J Marion Sims, known as the father of gynecology, performed surgical experiments on enslaved black women. He did not use anesthesia. There's a statue of Sims outside the Alabama state capitol. I'm Donna water
Sonia Sotomayor Took $3M From Book Publisher While Ruling on Case
"Well they're going to have to call another hearing because it's been revealed that Sotomayor took in 3.6 million As reported by the daily wiring and excellent story 3.6 million From a book company that did have business before the Supreme Court at the time Greg price points out on his Twitter Sonia Sotomayor received over 3,000,003.6 for her books from penguin Random House publishing and then didn't recuse her stuff from the case In which they were involved before the Supreme Court where the company stood to lose money What did clarence Thomas do again In 2010 she got a $1.2 million book advance from doubles day group a part of the conglomerate 2012 she reported receiving two advanced payments from the publisher totaling 1.9 million That's a lot of money For advances on books and I guarantee she hadn't sold anything close to what I've sold Now that sound you hear is every Democrat who demanded Thomas and Gorsuch resign suddenly running away from any discussion of Supreme Court ethics While the accusations against the conservative justices were salient shallow there's actual meat on the bone regarding what Sotomayor did The publishing company in question actually stood to lose money depending on how the court ruled Yet she took millions of dollars from it anyway and then did not recuse herself from the case
Is Xi Preparing for War?
"Chinese leader Xi Jinping says he is preparing for war at the annual meeting of China's parliament and its top political advisory in March. The theme of war readiness through four separate speeches in one instance telling his generals to dare to fight. Then we drop down to orville shell from the Hoover institution. I don't think he's been before your committee yet. I think she has a pure Leninist. He does that. He has certain aspirations to reduce the inequalities in Chinese society, but his real focus is on building the wealth and power of the state. And he views party organizations the key to the goal, Lenin two is a party builder, in essence, repudiating the Deng approach. Do you agree with both that, preparing for war and party over people? I do, first let me say that John pomfret wrote a phenomenal book about China and the United States called the beautiful country in the middle kingdom that I recommend to everybody who's interested in the subject. I guess that pottinger was our first part of our first hearing. And in his testimony, he gets at something that both he and pomfret double down on in this piece, which is that Xi Jinping and other members of the Politburo say one thing to a western audience. One thing that the denizens of Davos are desperate to believe, but they say an entirely different thing to other party members to their populace. And pottinger and his testimony talked it about it as one of the great magic tricks of the modern era. And that chairman Xi would actually agree on that point because he refers to the party's propaganda and its influence activities, its united front work as a magic weapon for advancing the regime's interests and partner went on to say you could call the CCP the Harry Houdini of Marxist Leninist regimes, the David Copperfield of communism or the Chris angel of autocracy. So I commend his testimony to everybody and for a while now Xi Jinping seems to be preparing his populace to endure an enormous economic pain and sacrifice that would ensue if they got into a confrontation with the west. This is why the cult of the Korean War has become so popular in communist China as an example of a moment when Mao risked everything to confront the west and the Chinese people had to endure a great pain and sacrifice. They emerged as a great power on the world stage. So all of this is very concerning. This is why we need to do everything possible to enhance deterrence and help Taiwan defend itself. And I'm looking forward to joining speaker McCarthy as we greet president Sonia and Wang of Taiwan next week.
"sonia" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Brown. So she mixed the tones. So I was like, well, whatever, just as long. So when I did my microbladed eyebrow, I'm not even joking. It made me look a little bit more youthful because then they kind of like lifted my face naturally. And I didn't have to get up in the morning and do them anymore. It was kind of nice. Now this girl's right here is 5 years in. They have not been filled or retouched since the last time. That I did it. Yeah, so she did a really good job. I'm kind of like, no, you live in California, right? She and California, she in Washington where you're from. No, she's in love. You're gonna shout her out. Does she still practicing? No. No, she's not doing it because she works out and she's very, very young. And the reason why I know her is because she was my son's friend. But she works out. She did a great job. She's a fitness person, so she does not. She changed careers. Oh, so these are one of a kind. You have to custom Sonia Valencia Brown. No one else is getting it. Yeah, that's it. That's it. And people come for these brows too. Yeah. Do you do fill them in still a little bit, right? Yeah, I still fill them in because some of it has disappeared like the little tail certain areas and stuff like that, but it happens. I'm still stuck on the 40s thing. I mean, I think it's because it's the decade I've recently entered. I feel like I've talked about this before. We are a culture that is very like trying to, I think, it pretends to kind of be a little bit more accepting and more like embrace your age. But I still feel at least in my world and maybe it's because I work in beauty. It is still a very youth centric culture. Would you agree or no? It is. That's just kind of a funny spot. I don't know. I feel like I'm not old at all, but I feel like the culture is very like, if you're over 31, you're old. It's insane. Because when I was like 30 or younger, I didn't feel at all, like anyone who was even 40 was old. I thought old was like 70. I don't know. I think we're living in a very strange time. So anyway, you're saying like, if you want to accept yourself, you kind of have to create your own beauty standard. What are some other words of wisdom for people entering their 40s? You're going to see a lot of change within the vase. As soon as you turn 40, I'm not joking when you turn 40 years old that day, you're going to get that day. Really? That day, you turned, you turned 40, you get some wrinkles. That's your birthday wrinkle. That's your birthday wrinkle, like, happy birthday. Your skin texture is going to change. So here's my tips for you. Oh, it does. It gets more uncomfortable and drier. Drier because we lose a lot of elasticity, firmness. We're starting to use retinol, retinol dries up the face that does not matter what your skin type is or anything, and also you have to change your makeup when you get older, so if you rock the same makeup bag for 20 years, throw it away and get yourself a new makeup at home. Happy birthday, happy. And your new skin care routine that you're going to need. Treat yourself. What's the skin care routine? Tell us the Sonya way. Yeah, give us the, okay, give us yet, let's start with the skin care and then we're gonna do our 40 plus makeup. Okay, I love this. So was skin care, the basic needs that you need is a cleanser and a moisturizer for your skin type.
"sonia" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Valencia. Sonia, I love your videos so much. But I need to know how did you start doing these because obviously the medium is quite new. TikTok has not been around forever. So like, how did you get into all this? I kind of started it during COVID, but I was doing a handbag videos and stuff like that. And somebody asked me what lipstick I had on. So then I just started sharing lipsticks and stuff. What I was using for my face, like in my videos. So then I was like, oh, maybe I should do like some makeup videos. I really didn't take off until probably September of 20, I think, 2021. So this is all quite new. Like there's a reason all of a sudden you just start to like pop it up on my feed. Yeah, it was the concealer video that I did when I said, you know, if you're over 40, you can't do it like the young bitch is you have to do it like the older bridges. And so that kind of put me on this thing on TikTok. So yeah, that's how I honestly, that's how I started. Then I started going in with skin care, and then what really opened the doors for me to is when I did a documentary for Sephora. It's their little YouTube documentary that they pick certain people each month. And so I got to be part of that. And then I never even knew what the forest squad. I did not know existed. I had no idea. And so I kind of went as my followers to do testimonies, and I made it. So then I moved to Venice 2022, girl. Wait, can we back up for a second? 'cause everyone wants to know if they don't know already. What's the killing sealer for the younger bitches? And concealer for the older bitches. Pretend we're doing one on one eye and one on the other. So the first a lot of younger creators put a lot of concealer and they put it closer to the eye. I was telling everybody to apply it a lot lower to the eye and then kind of bring it up like a lift. So then as soon as the product hits closer to your eye, it's going to be less creasing. And so that became a trend. So now you see a lot of people doing before and afters on concealers. That's what they do. They do like a big square. I did a big square. And that was the end to the no. And then I did one just like about one inch down below of the eye, just like right here. And so I just said, just bring it up, bring it up. There you go. And I cussed at that video too. So I was just like, when I posted that video, I actually posted the wrong video. What happened was the other one was a little bit longer, like I was kind of explaining, and this one was more like, to the point. So I posted the wrong one. I'm not even joking, probably for the first two weeks, it was just insane. Because I had a lot of other makeup videos, so that video made my, I had like 3.5 million views on it. And back then, that was a lot. Now it's like 7, 20, now it's a lot. And then it made a lot of my other videos go viral as well. So then people just started looking at all my stuff. And yeah, it was pretty overwhelming. Honestly, 'cause I'm just a normal person. I had a 9 to 5 job, I'm a mom. I'm a grandma. So I was just minding my business. What kind of job did you have? You don't need to say the company. What kind of job do you think? Oh, I worked in the, so I worked in Washington state. It is legal, okay? First of all. Second, I worked for the weed industry. I was a processing manager. So I was a manager to ten employees, so that's what I did. I had a full-time job, and then I would do content in the middle of the night. That's why a lot of people thought that I didn't have no more outfits because I was always wearing hoodies all the time. I was either I was doing it in the morning and I was doing it at night because I was committed. Because she was working on how you go on TikTok because I was working. So you know how TikTok you get addicted to TikTok and you watch videos, you're like, oh I'm gonna be on it for ten minutes and you're on it for three hours. Yep. Yeah, that's what happened to me. So for me, I was addicted to making content because it was so fun. I could be myself. I could say whatever I wanted to say. And I didn't really care. I did meet. And so I think for that video, I was just putting my little self out there. And that's probably one of the biggest things for older women to do is put themselves out there just to see what people would say. I got like really good responses and then I got really negative responses. So what were the negative responses? You're too old to cause why are you doing that? That's too much makeup. We're too old. We shouldn't even be wearing makeup. You name it. What? I got it. Your eyebrows are too dark. Your eyebrows look like sharpies. You name any negative thing that they could say about you was on that video. By the way, I don't know why I asked what the what's wrong with me. I'm like, what's the negative? What did they say negative? I think because I think you're so amazing. What could you find out? I'm like content. Yeah, I find you so inspiring. The first video I saw of you, I was, I mean, not even just the first, I crack up at your videos. Like, I laugh out loud because you just have such a great delivery. You say stuff that's funny, we're like, I'm sure you realize it's funny, but it's so subtly funny. I just think you're amazing. So I'm like, what would anyone say bad about you? You're such a breath of fresh air. So, I don't know, I just adore you. Anyway, carry on. So I think the reason why a lot of people say negative things is simply because that's the reflection of them. I have a lot of friends that are content creators and they're like, I wish I could be like you because you are yourself and you're getting paid to be yourself now. Yeah. And I can't do that. I have to be a certain way. I have to carry myself a certain way and I wish that I could be like you. So I think that's the main reason too. And I'm very confident within myself. And I think when you see older women be confident, a lot of other women that aren't are always going to say something regardless just to make somebody feel like, oh, well, if I say something negative, then it's going to bug them. But it doesn't, honestly, I just laugh. I think it's funny. Do you think if you started making videos when you were like 22, you would have been able to do that? I think in your 20s, honestly, and I'm going to tell you this, it's all about confidence. And my 20s, I was not confident at all. So I would be like the 20 year old creators, and I'm not saying oh, I know a lot that are very self conscious of what people say.
"sonia" Discussed on VUX World
"Welcome to the final episode of VOX world before Christmas. So Merry Christmas, if you are tuning into this last episode of 2022, I'm joined by Sonia talati today of GoDaddy. And I'm delighted to welcome you along song. You're welcome. Thank you for joining me. Thank you so much. Yeah, super excited to be the last in the holiday series. It's going to be a great end of the year. I feel like people are excited for a year that's fully non pandemic. So I personally looking forward to it. Nice one. Thank you. And you've dressed with the occasion, you're wearing red Christmas kind of. I really should I really should have had my Christmas jumper on today's the only day I haven't had my Christmas jump on for some reason. I don't know why that is. As if it's down there, but it's not down there. It's next style. No, no, no. It's just a Christmas jumper. It's kind of like, you know, snowflakes and Santa clauses and all that kind of stuff. But I'm letting this I'm letting the side down to do. Yeah, you know, I was actually in New York this past weekend and New York is like one of the best places to be during the holidays. I mean, it is holiday come to life. And I found out that the amount of money that spent to make all those windows and the street decorations and whatnot is in the high millions and I was just impressed. Yeah. Yeah, like the Macy's windows. So so beautiful and so expensive to make. It's like fantastic workshop that it takes. They started in about July or something. Oh yeah, and yeah, they do. Yeah, I remember actually as a journalist I covered it. I went to the workshop where they create everything. And it feels like when the north wall, you know? Yeah, it's mad. It is crazy.
"sonia" Discussed on Animal Radio
"That window. This is what cats do and instead of picking up the phone and calling or yelling out the window. This is how he's trying to tell that. I can't get lost. Okay. Well, good luck with that Sonia and give your kitty a good scratch behind the ears for me. Okay. Take care now. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and
"sonia" Discussed on What's the 311
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Justice Brett Kavanaugh Likely to Vote for the Affirmative Opinion
"The University of Washington Supreme Court database is amazing They are an incredible repository of information for Supreme Court decisions over time And so being analytics based I go to the scorecard One of the things that surprises people we do tend to think of the court in ideological terms more than it is Did you know just a little factoid here over 70% of the Supreme Court's rulings are actually consensus rulings It's just that it's the most controversial the most prominent issues often that end up gaining attention And that's where we see the ideological splits but actually most Supreme Court decisions are unanimous But anyway when you start getting into those that aren't and the ideological split at the court if you take a look at the current court we have voting records we can take a look at in overall decisions And we know what justices are most likely to vote for what The first thing is the justice that is most likely just to vote for whatever is Kavanaugh You see that he's very much a which way is the wind blowing kind of guy He has voted in the affirmative opinion 93% of the time in the current court The two justices lace likely are clarence Thomas and Sonia Sotomayor They each have voted with the majority on decisions only 49% of the time
"sonia" Discussed on What's the 311
"Welcome to the Sanya podcast. I'm talking normally on Thursday I talk about celebrity news, but because I haven't found anything interesting I did find that making these stallion is honoring her parents with a foundation she actually made and is consist of housing, education, and wellness, which I think is very wonderful, but I don't know too much about it, but when I do, I will let y'all know 'cause I know Meg parents are looking down at her saying Meg, we are in her grandma's looking down and saying, we are so proud of you because I know they are proud of her. So I'm doing travel. And the reason I'm doing travel is because spring break and summer is coming up. And over the winter, a lot of y'all did travel. My son he went to Nebraska and he was saying that a great place to say is the cottonwood hotel. He said the service is a great and a very clean. And I was like, that's what I look for in a hotel. When I go normally when I travel, I stay at a friend house or my family house. But if I have to stay in the hotel, I look for great customer service and cleanliness. And the reason why is because I'm a temper. If you give great customer service, I will tip you. Now I have been to I know me and my daughter we had winter Lennox city the hotel was beautiful the service was awful. We stood there waiting for our keys and I said to the lady, I said, excuse me, can we get extra towels she still heads down in a computer? And I said, excuse me, can we get extra towels? Is like, yeah, I put that in. That to me is horrible customer service. Like, normally, when I travel, if let's say if I'm going to a place, there'd be like good morning, I say good morning. If it's a place where they speak Spanish, they'll be like Buenos dias. I said Buenos dias. If it's a place where they say good afternoon as they say good afternoon, sky for the place this afternoon and it's better when it's not just and they normally say, have a great stay. And I am fine with that. I love that. And the reason why I love that 'cause I'm an introvert person. I am not a morning person. Some mornings I am off. I need to be by myself. I don't speak. I don't say nothing. I just need to be exactly by myself. And I have gone to a bodega every morning. And the guy he always said, Bruno said, and I'd be like, some days I'm off. I'm just off. But when I feel really good and he says that to me, I say perfect because some days I feel perfect, you know? And but I do. I'm a great tipper if you give great customers because if you're a chipper person in the morning, you real chipper in the morning and I'm having a bad day. It kind of makes my day because it's like, you're so happy. And I'm not. I'm not a happy person in the morning. It could be anything. I have no sleep. I didn't have my coffee. It could be anything, but I'm not a happy. I've been on the MTA and some people in the morning could talk like I can never have these conversations they be having. These long conversations. I'd be like, I just wouldn't be able to do it. You know, it's just who I am. So another place you recommend is the Trinity restaurant. And another place he said is the old market to visit. I will be posting pictures from him. I'm gonna get pictures from him. I will be posting them on my Instagram so you can see what he's talking about. I am so looking for a travel agent. Cool. You know, have great deals. If you know a travel agent, tell them that I'm looking for the promote their business or my podcast on they can email me at SV 7 6 6 7 5 two a Gmail dot com. And you know I will promote their business and you know just to get everybody what they want when you're traveling. 'cause it's good that you know someone. I know my cousin do traveling, but I don't know if she's still doing it as of right now, but I also want to contact currency as she still doing traveling. But, you know, I hope I always say when you travel to go have fun. Rule number one, be safe. Be safe. Know your surroundings, let your Friends, parents, whoever close to you know exactly you are. Use your GPS system because a lot of countries and state are sex trafficking and I will be talking about that too soon. So please. No, put your GPS systems on and let you let everyone know where you're at. Second, have a blast. 'cause most of these states have some great, great places. As some of them have great food. Third, if you're coming back home, come back home safe. And fourth, follow all rules because some of these places you will not believe me when I tell you this you would not want to get any trouble with the law. So that's my thoughts on traveling. And I will be letting y'all know a lot of places to travel. You know, and I want to say thank you for listening to my podcast, please give a 5 star review on speakers incu Spotify. We're going to see podcast please share. You can.
More False Claims From the Left
"When justice Sonia Sotomayor made up the statistic of a 100,000 children in hospitals for COVID. How could she say that? Because she's an ignoramus. Most people on the left are ignoramuses. She is she's a Supreme Court Justice and doesn't know what the hell she's talking about. They make up things. Russia collusion was made up. Donald Trump is a dictator is made up. The man was president four years. How was he a dictator? He got a chance to be a dictator. How come he wasn't? It's one thing to say he will be a dictator in 2016. It's quite another to say he was a dictator after 2020. Really? How so?
Rich Valdes: One Rule That Stands out From Saul Alinsky
"So much of what we see today it's the radical left It's playing everyone against everyone else playing them against themselves One of alinsky's rules that stood out to me was a rule that I used a lot when I worked with James O'Keefe at project veritas back in 2014 2015 I ran the national field operation for James I was his director of special operations And making left wing radicals live up to their own book of rules was a big part of that work One of the alinsky rules is make the enemy live up to his own book of rules Here's a quote from alinsky Ridicule is man's most potent weapon There is no defense It's almost impossible to counter attack riddle Ridiculous excuse me So when associate justice Sonia Sotomayor from the boogie down Bronx the land of AOC all our crazy When she spreads misinformation to the masses on COVID and she doesn't face any ridicule what are we to what are we to surmise from that That we're not making them live up to their own book of
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Forced to Acknowledge Sonia Sotomayor's False Claim
"Here's Rochelle Walensky forced by reality to accept that Sonia Sotomayor is full of crap Check this out We have over a 100,000 children which we've never had before in serious condition And many on ventilators We can find from Friday suggest there are fewer than 3500 current pediatric hospitalizations from COVID-19 Is that true Yeah but here's what I can tell you about our pediatric hospitalizations now First of all the vast majority of children who are in the hospital are unvaccinated And for those children who are not eligible for vaccination we do know that they are most likely to get sick with COVID If their family members aren't vaccinated So the most important thing we can do for those children to keep them out of the hospital is to vaccinate them and to vaccinate their family members around them Understood but we also have a 100,000 It's roughly 3500 in hospitals Yes there are and in fact what I will say is while pediatric hospitalizations are rising they're still about 15 fold less than hospitalizations of our older age demographic
Laurence Tribe Warned Barack Obama About Sonia Sotomayor in 2010
"Now we were warned about Sonia Sotomayor By even the lefties No no joke not kidding Politico Josh gerstein October 8th of 2010 You know lefty lawyer Lawrence tribe from Harvard big lefty right He told Obama when Obama was thinking of a nominating Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court He said quote bluntly put she's not nearly as smart as she seems to think she is Tribe said Sonia Sotomayor had obvious benefits in terms of personal history and demographic appeal That's them saying it on us He's acknowledging the woman's not very smart and this is a demographic play That's their own they lefties talking about Sonia Sotomayor This is what we're doing
Sotomayor Falsely Claims 'Over 100,000 Children' Are in 'Serious Condition' Due to COVID
"Listen to good old wise Latina, Sonia show to my or spread one of the biggest loads of you know what I've ever heard about COVID included a giant heap of COVID mission. Counsel, those numbers show that all Macron is as deadly and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as Delta did. The numbers look at the hospitalization rates that are going on. We have more affected people in the country today than we had a year ago in January. We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people is severely ill on ventilators. We have over a 100,000 children, which we've never had before in serious condition. And many on ventilators. Well, it turned out to be completely false. In fact, the CDC director herself Rochelle Walensky had to contradict the Supreme Court Justice,
Sonia Sotomayor's Incoherence at Oral Arguments About Biden's Vaccine Mandate
"We are now having deaths at an unprecedented amount Catching COVID keeps people out of the workplace for extraordinary periods of time And there have been proof in certain industries like the medical industry that when vaccines are mandated And there's no mandate here for a vaccine There is a masking mandate no difference It's not even coherent when there's vaccine Did she not say when there's vaccine mandates but there's no vaccine mandate here mister Bruce And masks what's the scientific evidence that mass work You won't get any straight information at a Fauci or the CDC They've backed off even now Go ahead When we tell people that if there are sparks flying in the workplace where you have workers have to be provided you have to wear a mask So that's no different in my mind than this Yes but it's very different Because osha has nothing to do with medicine there are not medical experts of the sort that you have in other aspects of the federal government and the private sector In osha Go ahead Well this is not a vaccine mandate There are cost and deaths and other things countervailing to the fact that there might be one to 3% of workers who leave Absolutely incoherent in every respect And her approach is thoroughly contrary to the responsibility of a Supreme Court
Sonia Sotomayor's Job Is Judging Constitutionality of Vaccine Mandates, Not Making Policy Arguments
"Go ahead Look at the hospitalization rates that are going on We have more affected people in the country today than we had a year ago in January We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity No we don't No we don't Another lie Go ahead People is severely ill on ventilators We have over a $100,000 That's a lie Go ahead Which we've never had before Now we don't have a 100,000 children in Go ahead Serious condition And many on ventilators No we don't That's a lie Go ahead So saying it's a different variant just underscores the fact that without Some workplace rules with respect to vaccines or encouraging vaccines because this is not a vaccine mandate And requiring masking and requiring isolation of people who have tested for COVID Because none of you have addressed that part of the ETF That's right here So she's making policy arguments based on lies That's number one What is her job What is her job she's a Supreme Court Justice Her job is to determine whether or not the president has the power to impose these mandates And under what authority not to make policy arguments and by the way stupid arguments based on lies
Mark Levin: Sonia Sotomayor Is the Dumbest Among the Supreme Court Justices
"But one of the things that's also frightening is when you have justices on the Supreme Court who are absolute ignoramuses And the dumbest among them is Sonia Sotomayor Sonia Sotomayor I might as well be the first one to point it out People dance around it She is dumb She sort of the AOC of the Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor at oral arguments today says all Macron is as deadly as Delta not anybody who has spent three minutes looking at this nose that's BS And every single government knows it's BS But we have a justice on the Supreme Court who doesn't know and could care less Could care less Let's listen in part to what she had to say cut fired go Counsel those numbers show that all Macron is as deadly and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as Delta did That's a flat out lie Absolute flat out lie and everybody
Jenna Ellis Analyzes Supreme Court Justices During Abotion Case Arguments
"Jenna Sonia Sotomayor came in I don't even know It's so unprepared or I don't know She's not bright I mean I don't want to attack the woman's intellectual capability but the questions were so ridiculous and believe me I'm trying to I am an avid supporter of life I am a pro lifer through and through But I really tried to listen calmly and objectively her questions were bizarre I mean at one point she seemed to imply that the child in the womb feeling pain was not an indication of life And I'm thinking to myself wait what Did she just say that So you have a child in the womb recoiling in pain from a procedure but don't worry that doesn't mean that child is a lively That's kind of a ridiculous thing to say in it It's insane This is the same left that if you found one cell on Mars would claim oh my gosh we found life right They're so full of it This is them trying to bend themselves over backwards to not answer the moral question which is what justice Alito got at very well The moral question of when life begins And it is philosophical of course but just to say that viability is somehow more workable and that there is no advance in science since 1973 Clearly factually false And no the left doesn't have any arguments And justice Thomas raised a very good question He asked okay what right is really an issue here Because the left is talking point saying that there's a right to abortion is absolutely false that is nowhere in the text of the constitution or even implied And so what right is really an issue And what counsel for Jackson health argued is that this is a right to liberty that's found in the Fourteenth Amendment and he went back and it was so brilliant because he said okay so at the time that the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted what state constitution or statute actually provided for a liberty interest in abortion The answer of course is
"sonia" Discussed on Playfully Faithful Parenting
"That is not true. You know our this is truth in so yeah thank you absolutely yes. Do you have any other. You said there's The activity of blowing bubbles in the buck suggestive. What other activities do you have on your website or to go with it on my website. I do have free principles. Like there's like a word search scavenger hunt There's also like a kindness matters. Packets more More maybe preschoolers as the coloring. Sheet. Yeah so yeah. Those are all available encourage on listeners. To subscribe in downward that also and we will link to that in the show notes and so where can our listeners. Find you and find out more about you. Okay yeah so i Website is sonia e amine dot com and also on instagram and facebook I wanna say dr. Selling lia mean i wanna say on boats but sonia. Em mean because there are many. Sonia means apparently so great so finally. I think that moms need to play. Just as much as kids are played. Looks a little bit different For me play is a cup of tea and a good book. What does play look like for you. I'm so glad you said that. Because i was gonna say i don't know i would determine to play but for me it's like yeah i was. I guess i think just relaxing with a book whether it's ne- reading to my kids that is fulfilling to me but just reading for myself is my way to relax in. It's just so enjoyable to me. The thing i would say is. I do enjoy baking. Baking his fun again. Whether it's with my kids we love doing it together. But i actually liked doing it themselves so i don't mind sometimes you're like oh it's okay today. They don't sound like i actually enjoy baking young. What's your favorite thing to bake. Probably do banana muffins. And that's only because one day love it which makes me happy and healthy super easy. Everything into the blender. Then pour right into the the muffin cups in..
"sonia" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Other things that have to line up as well. I love believer in that. And I appreciate you saying that because it is exactly right. You do all the work you do all the preparation. You have to love it. You have to be excellent. But there is this other piece, which is things got to line up. Right, the things have to line up. It's finding yourself. Yeah. Yeah, I love it. Sonia this was such a gift. Thank you so much for your time for your generosity. Sure, thank you. You're welcome. Thank you. This conversation was such a treat, and there's just a small moment that I want to highlight because I keep thinking about it. And that's the moment when I ask Sonia if it pained her to walk away from Sesame Street, I was struck by the fact that she was so unbothered that she knew it was time to walk away that she didn't let a single role define her. I mean, can you imagine being so clear on who you are and what you offer that you can move in the world with.
"sonia" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Amelia. Yes she's real that israel little on the dark side but real real. Yeah i remember her. She was terrific. What was our chunga. How did our contestants do. I'm just amazed they can remember anything for forty five years ago. Amelia and now. We have a kind of an amazing treat. Sonia and amelia will sing a very special sesame street song. Sonia wrote the lyrics to accompanied by very own. Jonathan coulton ready ready. Do it each time we at work or the st. We always say hello but you say all right. And i say oh la in a word that we both know. Every way on the boys say ola being latins from alaska from spain fair nebraska. We'll say all out when bean. How long latins. From van or detroit all montana. That's just how the old dingoes latins from queens and greeding each green all the way we can all.
"sonia" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Welcome back to ask me another. Npr's our puzzles word games and trivia. I'm fear eisenberg and with me. Is our house musician. Jonathan coulton and our puzzle grew our chung. We will have sesame. Street's maria and louise out here in just a sec but first our next game is called tv on the radio and here to play at our tyler. Pat la and melissa ahmed tyler. You're a big traveler you've been to. How many continents. I'd been to six and you're working on the seven working on antarctica. I hope to go on my honeymoon next year. There your fiance good with this plan. Oh yes she's onboard. Okay good good melissa. You just graduated from columbia. Congratulations if your life was a tv show. What would it be called. i think i would call it. The mindy project run at the same time as the other mindy project. Well she's already basically living my life with my face so that's good to response. Just take a show that already exists. That is my entire life and my face. I want bet back while you guys get to play your music game. Lucky so i'm gonna hand it over to our house musician jack colton. Thank you for your in this game. I will be playing songs whose titles happened to contain the name of tv show but we've changed the lyrics to be about that. Show all you have to do is identified the name of the show very easy. We'll move on to the final round. Are you ready. Yes we got what shout you might get sarcoidosis or lupus could be your diagnosis. And he's not there because his name is tyler house houses correct. Now that we've voted you off so much better about the travel alliance with brig but a strong thought. A couldn't eat those boats. But i'm chewing. You've thought it wouldn't last the season i one million. I am a tyler survivor. These things that even gas grieve awesome known as an intern always dream and well. He's doing rounds urges turks couch so no dome on voice overs. I don't wanna season. Don't hang up not for the million melissa skies grubs correct. We don't want any of those. thank you. Thank you scrubs. I was working in a fetal tint late one night. When colonel henry blake appeared from beyond korean hills of grise with hawkeye and snap our surgeon. Guys tyler nash. Mash six new young tries to read with much restauration. Restauration loves his drugs and booze in the west coast of temptation. A show that set in hollywood cop melissa california case chung hundred contestants to tyler. Congratulations removing on through our final round. It's time to play a game with our very important puzzling. Let's bring back. Sonia manzano and our very special guest amelia bell. It's so nice of you to join us unless you have so. When people blur the lines of reality and the show and assume that you are married in real life which i think happens all the time. It's been happening all along. Yeah do you tell them the truth. What do you do gotta tell them the truth. Well i i said we told a woman that truth wants to remember. We were somewhere and a woman says. I'm happy to my kid. Had the opportunity to see real love on sesame.
"sonia" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"I could feel an absurd. How physical body hold in the spirit. That was who she was and it was incredible and it was so grateful for my nurse attendant in later. I said i wanted to thank her an aspirin that nobody knew who she was. Nobody had any record of her. She was not on the she was not on the hospital registered. Nobody even knew her name and it was. It was her guardian angel Mazing physical manifestation because your angels can manifest physically at times and that was an incredible experience on so many levels. Just see how our bodies house our spirits but they are not our spirits. It begets many questions that we get us way off track. But i'll go with one of them then. I'm going to come back to guardian angels here. Which is was she there. Flitting around in spirit coming in and out of existence and not fully routed embodied for her earth school until that moment where washy. That's an interesting question that never occurs or matters to me is i just feel it. She's she manifests as needed whether it's in spirit or physical and i don't concern myself with that so those are the questions that don't my mind mike. Experience ever is just at the point where i was in need of support in. Sonia was gonna be born there she was. It wasn't like a. she didn't distract. she just stepped in with the other nurse she just blended in an stepped out. And that's how the guardian angels present they will just sorta step in as natural flow of things in step out in mostly. We recognize after the fact that wasn't angel. We don't recognize it in the moment because it distracts is from from the experience often because they come in to help s so we're more concerned with what we need help with. And then after the fact it's like well that was pretty remarkable. Who who was that. And then you realize guardian angel. Where the guy with the tire jack come from..
There’s a Mismatch Between the Expectation and Reality of Happiness
"All know what it's like to want something that will make us happy. Maybe it's a dream vacation or getting a great job on meeting a soulmate. But all too often when we get what we want. Reality turns out to be very different than we expected at. The university of california riverside psychologists sonia loop amir ski explores the mismatch between what we expect will make us happy and what actually makes us happy. We began by talking about a moment when she felt this mismatch in her own life. She was in her thirties about leszek surgery to improve her ice up until then i had really poor vision. I was almost blind. I hated my glasses. And i hated my contact lenses and so i have the surgery. It takes like thirty seconds and then you go from being almost blind to twenty twenty vision. That's really miraculous right. And it was amazing. And i could see my toes in the shower. When i woke up in the morning i could see the alarm clock without searching for my glasses and when of walking the streets you know i could read the street signs. That was amazing to me but it took me about two weeks to get completely used to minute. Twenty twenty vision and then i started taking for granted and it became the new normal for me. I've worn glasses for for many years myself. Sonia and as you're talking about the wonders of of jury. I imagine the moment when i can take off my glasses and be able to see perfectly and of course. That's what i focus on when i think about getting surgery like you did. I'm not thinking of what happens. Two weeks after that exactly and whenever we think about sort of changes in our lives positive and negative. We often think about that moment. It's that moment that i call the news when you when you learned that. Oh my vision is perfect in a or you get that new job. You win the lottery but we don't sort of think about what happens you say and then two weeks to months two after
Justices Blast Texas Abortion Ruling
"All four dissenting judges justices filed opinions. Some scathing against the majority's refusal to block that texas law that virtually bands abortion chief justice. John roberts who joined the court's three liberals wrote quote the statutory scheme before the court is not only unusual but unprecedented end quote justice. Sonia so to my order was much more direct quote saying quote a majority of justices have opted to bury their heads in the sand. She goes on to say it cannot be the case that a state can evade federal judicial scrutiny. By outsourcing the enforcement of unconstitutional laws to its citizenry with us again. I kneel cocktail department of justice veteran and former acting solicitor general during the obama administration. He argued dozens of cases before the united states supreme court. Neil good to see you. Thank you for being with us. We need your clarity on this. What did chief justice john roberts in describing this as unusual and unprecedented the bottom line is the supreme court basically gave a thumbs up to the overruling of roe versus wade so abortion clinics as of yesterday in texas are essentially closed to all patients. And what the court west texas yesterday can be enacted tomorrow in other states in deed will other states Code already Said they're gonna try to enact such legislation and so with the chief justice was referring to was. This is a really weird. Texas scheme outlawed abortion after six weeks effectively. But it said the state isn't gonna enforced instead. It created vigilante justice. Any private citizen could sue anyone. Who's helping anyone get an abortion so if you'd like take an uber to the ocean clinic this law said you can the uber driver and sue them anywhere in texas including far away from their homes and seek ten thousand dollars in damages against them plus attorneys
"sonia" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"How much money you have or what your your educational level is and again a lot of is my my my spiritual belief that mom whatever we desire we can have. We just have to really get to a particularly for people of color. We have to start believing deserve it and that whatever we want is we can access and i think working change your you know the whole thing. Look the aca. Acid work Titled that way. Because i wanted it to be delivered thought process about how you go into work every day and so to say i kick ass at work. There's no doubt in that. There's no trepidation in that you're going in there being really clear about how you're going to access your work and access on the the blessings of the work right not just working to to fulfil someone else's dream you're working as well to fulfill your own and so on yesterday's really clear about have you go into office To be able to do that. And the so The the work that i would like to continue to do is to help. People realize that Yes she ran. Yeah so one of the things. I just love sung at that is that is so good. So words images and magic with the cores She's got a book. That's coming out five universal laws. I love that are can't wait for that to come out and have you come back and talk about that as well because you're on a journey we're all on a spiritual journey and one of the things that we're just using our gifts in the world to be light for others and so i love that you're doing that. S what. I love having you on this show. Give out there and get known podcast It's been long time coming. But i think it was really really worth it It's everything is divine timing right So bad so good. And i wanted to just thank the people that jumped on the side. Dr suze there and cynthia and sierra as will that they jumped on arlington live as well. So make sure that you check out the show notes. I'm gonna have shown outs For this podcast as well. They'll be in you'll you'll be able to see it again and watching iheart apple itunes and on that kind of stuff. But i'm click on the links below. We'll have all the things that we mentioned there as well and I just wanna say. Thank you so much for sonia. Ily thank you. This has been good already. So i will talk with you later. I am pam. Perry a ready set go speak. That is our membership program and you can always welcome to join their especially if you are a speaker just starting out and really want to know like you know in terms of like what sequence to do what win in terms of marketing and pr. That is what you go and you start. So i'm pam perry and i'm out. Thank you so much. You've been.
Thousands Flee Homes As Utah Wildfire Advances
"Parts of the West are under excessive heat warnings as more than 100. Wildfires burn in the U. S. In Utah, thousands have evacuated from a fast moving fire outside Salt Lake City. From member station K U ER Sonia Hudson has more Amber Reicher loaded up her white SUV as she prepared to evacuate the small community of timber line She's lived in this community is surrounded by pine trees for five years. It's kind of surreal. I think we always knew there was a possibility of it happening here, especially with what's been going on fire wise and climate wise in recent times, um, but it's a little bit different when it actually happens. The widespread consensus of climate scientists is that climate change makes large destructive wildfire is more likely because of hotter temperatures and drier vegetation. Nearly all of Utah is in the most extreme categories of drought for NPR news. I'm Sonia Hutson,
"sonia" Discussed on Architecture Today
"The museum is home in hoax in east london. Which has just undergone an eighteen point. One million transformation by architects writing right mike yesterday and neither yousef apartment racks right. Who spent the last five years if alive overseeing projects and museum's director slummy assault hikari so Sonia will how did you change your architect and what were you hoping to achieve so of the main things that we have to achieve obviously a sensitive for the historic sites because the wacky mcgrady listed. Buildings had to be an architect. You're is confident and comfortable. It really bringing out the the the rich history. Jose the positives of physicality spaces while while the puny as as a comment with somebody who kind of could really embrace that so not was one of the key. We were looking for certain neither with that in mind. How much did you approach. This is a conservation project. And how much was it. A reinvention well in the process. Ethos his fakest on a fabric. I prayed inch since the process was founded long before my time say rossall. It's very much invade at the time and that was how we approach projects over six years ago articles to lock to the existing arms houses intensive walt. They daring and how much should have much of these buildings news so we actually found that of the of the longest building the east wing. Any the middle slow. The ground floor was actually use for exhibition. Amis interesting thing about is a bit. The almshouse with bill to series of cellular residences in heavenly domestic in their fail at scale and propulsion. So is quite a thing as a museum of the. Hey it's a coincidence together. Real synergy between the buildings are in. What's on is donated. His pulse a bad that emissions as well as museum say yes. It has been soliciting alms houses. And we've brought the first continues and we've creases the a new lower floor which is occupied by the hand and galleries ajman that we were actually a needed to out. A handful live mu build elements the counter and make sure we were doing well. The museum major stays the break. But i'm interested in how you hit that balance between celebrating with a very domestic nature of what you've got and what your subject match trees and who say and creating a bi cultural brand because you attract visitors you've got trap funding you've got to make a statement a ski first nighters architect. How did you deal with that. Tension will the the building itself and his characteristics on his flaws. And it's quite extensive. They've actually been framework for design for those. That have inspired. I mean hey it's is provided the opportunity is three which the museum led by. Sony could actually curated the spaces on with them. We've also designed that the space as well and we've kind of the buildings i to lead to lead the way and we. We started really repulsive relationship with the conservation team hackney almond historic england. Say wall street. We consider and loss of the the building fabric and there are actually quite bold works to great almost building teza reactivated over meats and light round flow to create a hundred me says worth new gallery space. So there's actually quite ambitious climate balls and we structurally. They're says things that we needed to retire when the museum was originally converse in the museum of trade furniture that were detrimental social rations that were done at the time which we've corrected through this projects and he denies kind of upgrades and preserving the building up break is of things. And because they were originally houses the saturn pledges were positioned in the middle of the building in the ham. Galleries are actually already lovely. Display the display cases kind of slot into that niche and you know helped influence the design authentic on policies in las berries and presumably the fact that were released sort of tiny in close spaces and will front doors and this very strong relationship between gardens and houses. I'm guessing that soon coming to southern now with social distancing Covet has a grateful for that sonia. Yeah result me great tops outside spikes and that was always very much halted the project as well how to make these outside spaces. More flexible actually previously visited for tactical. Quiet circuitous route to get in. Talk all the time and now there's direct taxes gone so it's it's brilliant To reach sites stay. She's not rule easily But start actually ship trade inside out throughout the building so people can kind of orientate themselves. See how they may soon to get out into those spaces as well but You know the whole sci-fi next update means that wanted to go to. The museum is correct. The issue in baltimore king for some opposites through this faces. 'cause i'm very nydia spices and imitate move to the new rates. If you had arcade in the corridor was game over one else a now. You got to hydrogen how navigate space which accompanied restrictions. Because now thinking rid tensely about how we navigate since thrust safely yet. It's it's such a well and it raises an interesting question doesn't about what happens to your character and your place in the heart the committee when you do a visit to numbers and i noticed a reading history. I didn't realize that the has themselves had this long proud history of actually being about capturing greenspace and the very very dense posited the city e have you faced opposition from local so we kinda like quiet nights that this is a secret price. This was voice off. Empty while econo- catchable center stage. We haven't had that actually much. I think we have to be really mindful of the fact the notes of visiting.
"sonia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sonia King of the middleweights Save US and Figueredo depends the flyweight title in a rematch with Brandon Barredo. Oh, my goodness! And Nadya's makes his return gets Leo Network. Oh, we tagged them. UFC 2 63 Saturday at 10 P.m. Eastern fight on ESPN com slash ppb. The prelims start at eight P.m. Eastern on ESPN and the ESPN. This is part and hard way all waiting for that one season reports. English doesn't hurt something. We're waiting for that one season where Anthony Davis doesn't hurt something we thought this year was the year that Joel and be was not going to hurt something. But then he heard the need miss time and it took him out of the race for M V P. Meanwhile, you look at guys like yo kids with bad bodies that always stay healthy. Hashtag body fat and on weekdays at noon Eastern on ESPN Radio and on ESPN plus Mm hmm. K. J. C. They're moving in a direction that you want this team to do. And Anne don't great, serviceable. Fine. But this kid I feel like will be the rookie of the year. Next shot like he is a talented wake up with you. Sanjay will in Zubin tomorrow morning, starting at six Eastern on ESPN Radio and on ESPN two Okay, We're wrapping up here on Game day on ESPN Radio. This is the home stretch for us in less than 15 minutes. We will take you up to coverage of Mavs Clippers Game seven right here on ESPN.
"sonia" Discussed on Episode 7-13
"Did it just like to be honest. Okay, so this is my question for you. Yes. Is this is when I don't like people to ask me but I love asking other people off. Yeah. What do you attribute to the goal that you set for yourself in creating your style? How did you come up with a style but what do you attribute your goal. What was wrong was in your mind. What were you thinking right? Well that's it's a big question that is really is now. I mean it took a long time to develop the start the artistic style I believe. And then also I'd like to say that I don't look towards an end goal. I'm more interested in the journey than the destination and my journey was being several art classes Institute, you know, just studying various techniques but which is when I found that I wanted to do something different which was abstract for me. It's the perfect way to pour out my emotions and it was during my Fine Arts degree. That I've realized, how much I loved natural, merging of paints and the flow of colors bleeding into each other. I just find it fascinating, you know, working on paper birth. Sward. Perspex with next major is always enjoyable. And as I find out more about how I want to express myself through ART, it's a very cathartic thing for me to do. I paint away until I'm satisfied. That the images are true representation of the feeling that I'm hoping to convey. I hope that answers that, that was a wrong answer me, a coffee it. Next time I'm going to copy it next time. Somebody asked me that question. It's it really is all of those things you just take time and I think sometimes people think I can't take because my painting doesn't go to as good as so-and-so was or I should be doing better than this. And they they need to put themselves down too quickly. They're not enjoying it. And art is to be enjoyed. It doesn't need to go into the gallery or whatever it needs to be known. And enjoyed and I think when it comes out that way, people buy it because they can see your true. It's from you isn't. It's an extension of yourself. Absolutely. Yes. So true. Know you. You articulated that beautiful. It was right on. Thank you so much. It must have been that t. I've just got to go. This is the way you just answer. Is the perfect leading down to Angie's next question. And I would like to know, what would you like to be best known for? Well, that's a hard question. It is, I would like to be best known for being a good daughter wife, Mom and Grandma, and a person who truly cares about people animals and environment. The one of my favorite times as an artist when I was in artist residents locals primary school that my grandson attended, I loved teaching art to the young children as they would need sponges work log. Waste. So happily on their art and I was asked to be the project manager and helped design a layout from new prayer Garden for the children at that time. You know. So it was a place of quiet where they could sit and reflect. And between us, we all produce, lots of religious arts and Bishop, Kenny actually came down to bless the garden. It was, it was in the local newspaper that the children was so excited about it, but another exciting parts. And I think this really ties into what you want to be known for its not probably won't be now. But a lot a lot in the future is a pleasure. Is that a time capsule is better than the garden. The prayer Garden to be opened up many years from now, and inside the RA photos and messages to the reader. Some of the uniform and the scores sources is, is explained in there. That personally, I am delighted that there is a photo of me with my grandson Josh in there, too. So nice. This is I'm so excited about birth. You know, God knows how many years down the line that would be, but they find. Well, that's your legacy to some degree that and all your artwork. I know, yes. Anya, we bet on social media and it's probably a few years ago now and often you would make posts showing your mother's are photographs of you and your mom together. Yes, her birthday month. I think both in Chi and I we started to really know her through you. And then you also you shared some nice comments that she made back to us like mr. Happy birthday and all that and I know she's passed on and I know that's been really rough on you and understandably so my parents have passed quite often several years ago but and I thank you for that but the thing I want to say talked to just a little bit about is dead. It's got the impression, your mom was quite a talented artist in her own, right? Yes, that's probably why when people went into your room and her room, they probably looked at your room and go. Are you kidding me or brothers? ROM, so much nicer. Well, the thing that made me feel really good when I bought the when actually both in G and I when we got to see your post, see you guys together. You and your mom and your daughter. I believe her name is Julie. Yes, that's right. Yes. Yeah. And so the wage, the three of you. The Three Musketeers if you will. I thought it was. I thought it was very special, the relationship that you had with your mom. You and your daughter. Yeah, but I also really appreciated the fact that you and your mother supported each other artistically. Yeah, she she was really quite an artist in her mouth. What, what do you think? What do you think the big takeaway or the one thing that you learned from your mother? I know there's a lot of things you learn from her, but let's just concentrate on off on your Artistic Endeavors. Oh, I don't know what she. She taught me so many things, you know, it's off. I've got so many things. I could tell you about her, but I don't know how we're pressed for time or all. Is it? We painted together. She taught me keep house gardening. What an amazing cook. But a biggest LEGO back to me. I think cuz to teach me to be kind forgiving and follow your dreams and she's always, she was always, you know, loved my heart. She was always saying, I'm really loved that Sonia wage going to go far that one is supported me and maybe and if if the color wasn't quite right in a in a place you'd say hm that looks a bit too dark there. I'd like to and that's up. And yep. She was right cuz she she knew but any time that somebody, you know, when she read these comments about her work she wouldn't believe it. She says, it can't be true. She never realised how amazing she walks, she really didn't. Well, we saw how talented she was such a challenger. Yes. And I also, I think that we get a good impression of your mom. Yes. When we talked to you. Yeah. Well yeah. Well, she was self-taught, you know, my mom. Oh yeah. But you know, as you say what, extremely close. But I encourage you to come out with me. I'm losing my dad. She lost my dad, quite young and so that we could share the Little thoughts together. So, I says, all my mother want to go there on my own. If you come with me, get you out of the house and, and it's Company formed, so it became very apparent in each class. You didn't need any lessons, she would work happily away on their own that in 2017, we had a joint wage Mother and daughter Exhibition, at least Lodge. And it was a success..
"sonia" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"Hi sean you're welcome to the podcast. Great to be here. This is such an interesting topic is to such a fascinating lens. We can use to look at all sorts of issues. What is important about dance and dancing sort of on the largest scale what is going on here. That makes dance such an interesting and important topic whether we're looking at jewish culture or beyond zoo. I think the first thing to about is that dancing was incredibly popular leisure activity today. When we have we have television we have all sorts of other sorts of activities. There's more options for sports that it's easy for us to forget dancing. Probably the main leisure activity that men and women did together across various S.'s in various geographic areas and that this was also something that for jews as they were becoming trying to become european in french german. Even american on this was seen as one of the ways that they could do this. In addition to this popularity which hasn't really been explored in a jewish context is the fact that it was something people were really trained to interpret. That are almost to view dancing as a text. Especially when you get dances at balls. I'm where there was this big expectation of following certain etiquette norms and being able to perform the dance choreography and also a sense. That being able to do these. Things was an indication of your class
"sonia" Discussed on Scorpio Rising
"That. Which can sometime get me. It's sometimes it gets me in trouble. Because i see what needs to happen in a person's i don't you tell me what to do. So katie has the other gate kind of complimentary gate so she has altruism so it's also about people's needs but more like spiritual needs so when you come together you form a channel. That's all about being sensitive to spiritual needs so that you know when you have one gate on the other person has a complimentary one. That's like a basis for chemistry and another one. For example you have the to provide for yourself and katie has fear of failure the other gate and then together when you come together channel you form the channel which is about pulling yourself up over coming failure like that ability to withstand the challenges and create that that big picture success story. So it's like you know you create these new kind of qualities when you come together. And that's like where that chemistry lives an and obviously when you're you have things that are the same in your charge. That's more of a basis for friendship. But also you know it's important to know the other person's design because you both have single definition which means like you are very very independent and have a sense of wholeness on your own which is probably why you also you know you're very comfortable with like and there's no like jealousy or any of that so you're like whole you're very hold people and you don't need each other. As much total league i'm split definitions. I like need people a little more in order to process information in general like i might need people a bit more than you guys so just knowing that because you know if it was in a relationship who who was one person who's like a single definition is relief whole and independent by themselves but other person if split definition a needs the other personal more like just knowing that you know remove stat judgment because the the single definition person could be like. Oh you're just needy okay. Going to give you. I'm going to give you a million dollar app idea. You have to make a human design dating app because this is like It's what like what you're what you're saying to cut off but like what you're saying is is so important because like the way there's no perfect relationship like how katie and i operate when we when we have these you know communication kinda like brainstorm things like what like how we help each other out of the funk being too intense scorpio's being independent being multidimensional artists. There's a lot of different factors that can they can go right. And there's a lot that can go wrong and thank god that i waited a long time. You know and. I'm very selective with my relationships in general and i feel like people do not consider certain factors when it comes to someone's character and all of this stuff that you're saying super super important so so yeah just knowing the other person's design it's like then you don't judge them because you're like oh well you know they're just different than me and this aspect and they're similar to me in those aspects and then knowing that like yeah not everyone is like you. Some people need more time to process information et cetera. And you know or to make decisions. I mean all of us are open. Emotional weaken kind of immediately. We can make decisions pretty quickly. So that's another thing so you're sekou authority which means you make decisions with the sake role so with you know. You have to listen to that excitement that desire to that feeling of expansion in your body so and the sake role response to yes or no questions or options. It doesn't do well with open ended question so if you ask your sake or what do i want to do today. It will not give you anything but like really. Yeah but if you give it like some options like oh do i wanna go to yoga or do i want to go to the beach. So then it can maybe get excited about one option or you know you ask it. You know so. It's good to start with simple things like eating like. Do i want to have a burger or whatever yes or no will. It will get excited about an option eventually. So that's actually really important because you know my so. My previous partner didn't believe in human design and ask him. You know like because i'm also sacred authority and i would ask him. Well he would ask me what i wanted to eat and house like. I don't know like give me some options. And then i'll tell you he's like. Oh now you're just being lazy and i'm like melon. That's yeah don't tell people how they are. Pleased that anyone out there. Who's i checked out a little bit of rolling. Their eyes like please stop telling people how they are and like acknowledge people's feelings. Please do not tell people that their feelings are wrong or invalid that is gas lighting. And it's not in style anymore. Maybe like two hundred years ago. It was cool but sorry out of style. Now just yeah. It's just helpful. You know if obviously people have to be open to human designed to learn about it but yeah and also so so. That's your authority the sake role but you also so i should start with katie. So she has split authority so the spleen is more about like instinct but kind of like a survival instinct so it's instinct than in the spleen. It's also about like fear and anxiety but so it's more like a six cents kind of like you got kind of intuitive heads like really quick and so she so you know you can encourage each other like chic and ask you. Yes or no question. So you're saying grow can respond and she can encourage you to listen to that excitement. Three your sake girl and then you can encourage her to kind of be present and catch that instinct because it kind of speaks only once in the moments and you have to catch it. The interesting part is also you have a spleen defined as well so you can get quicken to of hits as well but your sake role always has the final say but you know even if you get an intuitive head to do something if it's about another person like if you know it's like oh this person should i dunno. Go at right now. You can tell them to do that. It's only about yourself style. You have to check in with your sake grow and that you know the feeling in the body it should be like an extensive feeling may be used. Set up straighter near chair. Or you're just like you know you feel pulled towards that activity so for you. The sacral has the final say for katie. It's the spleen so so knowing that is.