35 Burst results for "Sonya"
The Migration of the Monarch Butterfly
"On the show today. Migration there are many hundreds if not thousands of species of birds that migrate. there's caribou across canada wildebeest in africa. There are migratory fish like salmon and also a lot of marine animals migrate long distances like sea turtles and whales. But right now. Let's turn our attention to the humble but tenacious monarch butterfly. I think of monarchs is the tanks of the butterfly world. so they're small they way only a half a gram but they can travel thousands of kilometers in the wild. This is sonia. All tyzzer many colleges at the university of georgia so i study the ecology of animal migration and sonya says monarch butterflies are different because their migration is multi generational so the same monarch never makes the journey twice. It's their grand offspring and great grand offspring of the migratory generation that will migrate again the following year sonya's specifically talking about a migration path east of the rocky mountains. These monarchs travel thousands of miles across international borders every year. Ecologists think they're looking for the precious milkweed clamped in arguably the most important driver for them is food and especially milkweed plants where the females can lay their eggs. Another reason why they migrate is to ride out the winter in the sierra madre mountains near mexico city
"sonya" Discussed on The Empowered Ladies Podcast
"And here's michael. Shelby shall be here. I am the goddess coach. And i hope women just remember there got a self within and Inner child and just live out their most authentic off so we are so excited about our guest today. We have a beautiful beautiful soul sonya. Hi feel yes. She is a wealth expansion coach khalil. Tell us a little bit more about what you do. Girlie yes thank you so much for having me So i call myself a wealth expansion coach and I'm all about helping creative. Entrepreneurs expand their wealth and wellbeing richly strategically Build profitable business and a life that they love And for me. It's really important. That people know i use the original definition of wealth. Which is the condition of well. being way. that's the original definition of wealth. Yes only learn something new every day.
Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin
"Thought sonya car. She is a true celebrity facialists. Having worked on everybody from blended paltrow to madonna and her beautiful daughter mimi to carberry. They are both now working on sonia. Takhar skin skin-care and of course have fabulous skin clinic in beverly hills. Hello ladies thank you so much for joining me today. I got thank you so much for having us. You have this fabulous blog. And i noticed one of the post was on textured skin we are now going into. It is like the kick off to summer. I don't know about you in beverly hills but here in new york. I feel like we've all been you know basically hiding under rocks you know and we're ready to come out now but our skin you know whether it's something like caritas. Polaris or maybe it's just we've got dry scaly skin we all want to come out and be gorgeous and glowing for summer Do you have some tips on how we can sort of tackle that when it comes to her skin skin on the face and on the body. It's interesting you bring out because when we were louis wanna right. Barry educational law goes on walk. The estimate just per website nobody talks texture skin. I even researched it. There's very few articles about it and the thing people talk about acne or wrinkles made even rotation but textures in anything as soon as you and you can't cover it with makeup sin as the light hits your skin specifically right now right this summer people getting vaccinated people are starting to go out and right now. Cbc just released. You don't have to wear masks. You actually go see your skin for the first time in over a beer this socket. That light hits your skin. Anything that's not baby smooth is texture skin. Acne dowry reina's. It's one of the big things that sony has been treating at the clinical. Let you talk about like honor. Different tips on what you happy. Ball but it. It could be from a variety of skincare dermatitis. Something huge at sony's been seeing in the last two years anything could really lead to texture skin
A Conversation with Michigan State Representative Padma Kuppa
"Pomme welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me again. Sonya it is an honor to be here with you and your listeners. At the dc woman podcast. I'll we are so excited to have you here. And i wanted to start with a bit about your journey to this country. We have a large number of listeners from indiana in particular and i know you came to this country for graduate school. I know that you came here briefly as a child and then again for graduate school and so would really enjoy your end where you are from an indian a bit about your journey to this country becoming a mechanical engineer a business analyst experience executive in early the manufacturing finance and now elected official for second term and the first indian and hindu to be elected to the michigan state legislature and spiring journey. That began began in india. That'd be here for me about much. So i actually was born not in where my parents are from. My mom is from regimen dri. My father is from ten ali and then whatever reason you know mothers women go home to their parents or their family to deliver a child so my mom went to. Her eldest brother was working in a city called lie. It was in madhya pradesh. Today it is in check. These cut so is born in july and then my dad had come to the united states in the wave of immigrants that came to study here in the late sixties early seventies and my mother and i followed him. My mom also did postgraduate work here. She's a biologist. She did her phd at the state university of new york at stony brook. And so after living here for so many years in northeastern part of the united states my parents decided. My brother was one year old. I was fifteen and we moved back to india so that they could take the education that they had acquired here and then helped their country. Now i spent eleven years here growing up when i landed in india. I do feel at home. I had an american accent had an american attitude. And so i think that it wasn't just the best age to move to shift cultures in this was pre internet so really had no idea what i was getting into and i would be very outspoken. I come from a traditional seth indian family and you know as the girl amongst many boy cousins. I would always end up arguing with them and associated a lot of the patriarchy that i experienced and that i confronted with
A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org
"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So
The Mystery of the Treasure at Rennes-le-Château
"In nineteen fifty three eighty five year. Old marie dinar. No lay on her deathbed. She spent her entire life in a tiny hilltop village. In the south of france ren lucia cto penniless and never married. Marie had no one to care for her except the family that had bought her home years before the core booze in return. She promised them a deathbed confession for much of her life. Marie was the housekeeper of the town's former priest. Baron jay sewn year decades earlier son. Years struck it rich overnight but never disclosed the source of his sudden wealth except to his ever-present confidante marie. Marie had hinted to the core booze. That when the time was right she shared the of sonya's fortune making them rich beyond their wildest dreams. They recalled her saying quote. You're walking on gold. You could feed the village for one hundred years and they would still be some leftover sadly. Marie suffered a stroke. That left her unable. To speak or write she died on january twenty ninth nineteen fifty-three taking sauniere secret to her grave. Ever since hundreds of thousands of travelers been drawn to ren lucia toe in search of ancient mysteries and one very elusive treasure
The Power of Radical Self-Love
"Welcome sonia i thank you so much for having me you know i was so excited to have you be part of my podcast when your team reached out. Because i've been a fan of your book ready. And i follow you on social media and was so exciting to hear that we're talking now about your revised and expanded second edition along with the workbook. Bet you're gonna be. Is it in april in march march. Sixteen okay great. So why don't you tell me why you decided to revise and expand your second edition and how the workbook complements the initial book. Absolutely so first of all. Thanks so much for having me glad to be in conversation so my publisher approached. My publisher approached me to write the book. The very first time i wrote and then they came back and they were like a second addition and what really was useful in maybe be willing to entertain the idea. Was i knew that the very first edition was really about our individual journey with radical. self love. How do we use this concept of radical self love to transform how we feel in our own bodies how we feel about ourselves how we relate to ourselves based on a clear understanding of the messages we see received from the world and the piece that always matter to me was great now that we have dealt with this internal relationship. How do we use this framework to deal with how we deal with other bodies because that's the structural that's the systemic. That's not we begin to you know. Really tear down the walls of oppression. And so the second edition really felt like an opportunity to have that conversation. Now the challenge in a second edition is they do away with the first edition so the first edition which i thought was so necessary. Valuable in terms of giving folks practical fools about how to apply radical self love to their own lives. We were gonna lose some of that in creating the second edition
Channeling a spirit
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. So i'm your host kid crumb today in my month long. Look into all things around ghosts. I take a close look at channel. Lena spirit the practice of channeling a person's body being taken over by spirit for the purpose of communication has been around for a millennia. There are countless stories of shaman which doctors prophets and others who claimed to hear voices or received some supernatural knowledge from the spirit world. Chandler's also sometimes known as psychic mediums. Often use what are called spirit guys friendly spirits who give them knowledge and help them help others with the spiritual journey according to experts sonya. Roman and dwayne packer authors of to channel. How to connect with your guide. Channeling is a powerful means of spiritual unfoldment unconscious transformation as you channel you build a bridge to a higher rome loving caring purposeful collective higher consciousness that has been called god all that is the universe universal mine. Channeling involves consciously shifting your mind and mental space in order to achieve an expanded state of consciousness to achieve the expanded state of consciousness channels usually meditate trying to break free of worldly influences and tune into a higher consciousness. They may imagine themselves seeking out specific spirits of the dead. Or they may be. Contacted by unbidden by some unknown force. That wishes to communicate while most people channel to seek inner wisdom entire books have been written supposedly by ancient spirits. Channel through modern mediums and factor are hundreds of such books many of which can be found in new age. Sections of bookstores are libraries round. The world. the most famous american writer channel. Or was jane roberts who claim to channel an ancient and wise entity name set for her nineteen seventy-two bestseller. Seth speaks as well as several popular sequels. Roberts as seth dictated esoteric information to her husband about a soul the nature of consciousness spiritual truths higher planes of reality since the nineteen eighties. New age mystic jays. He night has claimed channel round also known as enlightened one thirty five thousand year old warrior spirit who described among other things being born on the continent of atlantis. Night became a multimillionaire writing books and offering seminars. In dvd's teaching the wisdom imparted by her rump. Thought another prominent chandler in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety s was actress shirley maclaine who wrote a bestselling book and a popular television mini series on the subject. Channeling has waned in popularity in recent years so it is still practiced and it's widely accepted in a new age community channel. Information from different sources is often a dozen different spirits presumably dwelling in the same after world. Give a dozen different accounts if the spirits are truly imparting be important cosmic wisdom and universal truths you would expect different channels in different places and times to say the same things instead. Studies have shown that channel information changes with the times and tends to reflect the idea's popular in the culture at the time because there is no way to verify information and descriptions of different planes of existence the nature of the soul. And so on. There's no way to know what if any of the channel information is accurate but clearly much of it cannot be correct would help verify channel and as a real phenomenon would be to have accurate concrete and verifiable information revealed that only the spirit world would know for example. A person who truly channel einstein should be able to continue making important discoveries long after his death or a father who died unexpectedly and left his affairs. Disarray should be able to tell his wife and family through chandler were important. Documents are located to help and settle his estate.
"sonya" Discussed on Books and Boba
"Hey it's marvin. If you're like me being cooped up indoors for almost a year you can snacking a lot. And while i enjoy this next to get at the local supermarkets. Sometimes i just really create some ancient snacks. That's what i'm super excited. That urban salted egg chips are now available to the. Us in case you haven't heard before they are singapore's number one snap made with real salted duck eggs that's been bright for thirty days then stink and had mixed the chips and on top of that. They're also seasoned with real salted duck egg yolks fresh curry leaves and red pepper spray into the bag. Their chips also have a spicy variant of that Really brick relief. I've hyphen cooked on urban. Ever since i discovered their booth taipei one on one a couple of years ago and there hasn't been a cryptic one way or having bought at least one or two bags back with me. Smuggled in my suitcase but those days are over now that irvine's is available in the states. You can order yourself. Some servants salted chips by going to the website. Eat irvine dot com. That's ipe vervins dot com and use the promo books and boba all caps for free shipping on any order. The website again is if bourbons dot com and the promo code for free. Shipping is books all caps and we're here with author sonya lally the author of the book issing flips the which came out last week. Welcome to the show sonya. Thank you so much for having me on. Yeah we've talked to so many as authors and it's always amazing to hear how everyone's path to become an author a difference. I just wanted to also add for a lot of american and asian dice foreign authors. They don't discover that that being an author as an occupation. They don't know that it's a job that an actual career path for them. So when when did you realize that being an author was possible. Yes that's that's a good point and one. That is definitely true. In my case. So i think with a lot of lake with immigrant parents regardless of where you're where they came from like when you come to a new country there's this craving for security in building up the family and this end power and status and all these things to make a life in a new country so i mean often career paths are very much. You need to be a doctor or an accountant or lawyer things that are very defined in very stable and will guarantee income to make your family. Get them what they want. So that's definitely how my parents brought me up to and it wasn't a malicious by any means it was just sort of You know they want what's best remained. They they understand that these career paths will get me security. So that's what they want from me. So yeah i grew up Always loving reading and writing not really understanding that writing and working publishing which i also do is a possible career path. I went to law school in my hometown of saskatoon saskatchewan. I live in canada. And i went on and like worked for a year and after that i kind of went i was twenty five and i didn't feel like i was ready to just you know work in the same office the rest of my life. I had done things very quickly and very straight narrow. And i kind of sold the idea of moving to the uk and pursuing a writing and publishing Program as kind of a gap year for my parents kind of said okay. You know what i've I've done the right thing. And now i want to try something else for a year. And that's how. I sold it to them and they were very supportive. They also were always very supportive of my writing aspirations. I think they understood that. I did have something to fall back on Which i think helped garnered their support. Anyways i moved to the uk. And i did this one year writing and publishing programs half the classes. Were to sort of help me. developed my writing skills. And that's where when. I my first book and the other part was to set me up with some skills to actually work in the publishing field. And so yeah. That's how i got to that place. And then i ended up staying on in the uk for two more years working legal publisher during the day and During my free time. I would work on my book and i went through that whole process of trying to find agent and then a publisher Yeah so that's kind of how it happened. it's always. We'd have like that game plan when you approach eastern parents about creative backup if needed. We can get a real job job cook for sure. There's definitely a not a trend but there's definitely a club for asian writers who went to law school or worked as a lawyer and then they decided to pivot into being coming writers. It's something that we've noticed as interviewed other authors on this podcast and i find that like really fascinating. Yeah i mean. I think law for me was never really good or that interested in science and math. I mean i. I did it but i didn't really wasn't natural to me. And so law. Kind of i think law is sort of the field that a lot of creative people and people who like writing and critical thinking they gravitate to that sort of field. Maybe that that's one reason. I know i know that's why i chose law versus a different career path. You've spoken a lot about your own multicultural. Background and feeling pressure. Representation going reps about. You're representing your community as well and you know it's become a talking point. Four is an american reputation as not a monolith. There's lots of different kinds of asians and you yourself have a mixed heritage even within the diaspora. Now that you've released your third novel has your relationship with your your own heritage tation. How's that developed at all. And yeah for sure. I mean when. I wrote the matchmakers makers list. I for sure didn't really know what i was doing. I mean i. I didn't i guess i was trying to figure it out as i went along and when i wrote that book seven years ago i didn't Didn't really understand like how i felt about myself. I think a lot of screw up just sort of accepting that we're not really in In media were not really in books are we're not we're not represented and so when i it's whenever with the matchmakers list i kind of understand that stood that i was doing something that was kind of new and i did feel the burden to be like. Okay there aren't really that many rom coms with a south asian lead like is the how we're gonna people's gonna feel about this I definitely have more confidence. That i don't need to write to everyone's experience because there are there is more representation. Obviously there's a huge like a really long way to go but there is my representation in there should be more representation. Because that's the only way that we're actually going to have everybody's experiences in and looks and backgrounds reflected in in culture so yeah i think i think more confidence to just sort of right what i know i am. You know my mom's side of the family is bengali. And they re hindu The my dad's side of the family has been job and they're sick and i grew up very much both in equal measure and i've Sort of sort of picked different parts of myself and my background just sort of expressed an elaborate on in each of my books And then maybe one day. I will write a book. That sorta represents exactly who i am in this mixed way but.
"sonya" Discussed on Books and Boba
"And hey will come to look boba of a podcast retrieval by asian asian american authors. My here and i'm really you and on this episode. We have an author interview with sonya lally the author of the book the seeing flips the script. We had a really conversation with her about her book about her journey as an author and about representation in the media rewrote. What some serena sing about So serena's flips. The script is about a smart confident and just pretty much a kick ass indian american women in her mid thirties who is at the top of her advertising firm in washington. Dc a after. Her sister gets married and is about to have a kid. She realizes that she doesn't really have that many friends anymore because her best friend was her sister and now she believes that her sister won't have time for her because she's pregnant and getting becoming prepared for family life so this book is mostly about Learning to make friends in your adulthood the struggles that come with it. A and the difficulties of sustaining old friendships and ord relationships. So it's more of out. I would say it's like a friend romcom like have you seen the movie. I love you man. Yeah it's kind of. It's kind of like that. Where not a bromance. But what would you call it like. I mean just as equivalent to a friend. Friendly friend.
"sonya" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Sonya Sonya bald spots while I said in the front and wept closest to the bus driver became the soundtrack of my most visceral in securities, the music of my adolescence. My first date. Sonya Sonya Bald spots the first time I kissed a boy, Sonya Sonya bald spots. The first time I fell in love, Sonya Sonya bald spots they would be singing just behind my back. Was beginning to believe that there would be no respite from the chasm of hair. Shame. That is until the 19 nineties. L. Cool J told me. He wanted a girl with extensions in her hair. And I thought finally on realize that could add hair to my head, and that's what I did. See, I had never heard of. We've until ninth grade, with I realized that black girls all over the landward sprouting shoulder live looks no one would have to know the shame lurking beneath the piles of possibly human hair on the top of your hand. And I knew that I had found my panacea. But quickly, my hair heaven turned into a hair. Hell is I spun in a decade long cyclone that always lived up the same pattern every.
"sonya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The whole bus would join in Sunia Sonya bald spots. While I sat in the front and wept closest to the bus driver became the soundtrack of my most visceral in securities, the music of my adolescence. My first date. Sonya Sonya boss spots the first time I kissed a boy Sonya Sonya bald spots. The first time I fell in love, Sonya Sonya bald spots. They would be singing just behind my back. Was beginning to believe that there would be no respite from the chasm of hair. Shame. That is until the 19 nineties. L l cool J told me. He wanted a girl with extensions in her hair. And I thought finally And realize that could add hair to my head. And that's what I did. See, I have never heard of. We've until ninth grade. When I realized that black girls all over the landward sprouting shoulder lives looks no one would have to know the shame lurking beneath the piles of possibly human hair on the top of your hand. And I knew that I had found my panacea. Quickly. My hair heaven turned into a hair. Hell is I spun in a decade long cyclone that always lived up the same pattern every year. Get a relaxer, usually leaving painful chemical burns in my scalp Used glue. Add. We've watch my own hair break off like splintered wood as a result of the glue, get a relaxer and start the process all over again. Until 2000 and one When I discovered the holy Grail of hair solutions. Oh, discovered Well, actually, it's more like wigs discovered me. Seeing you can put on it up. Until then, I thought of weeks is like some sort of terrible 19 seventies relic something my grandmother would wear. But no, not these wings. Thies wigs were beautiful. And these were my ticket to being beautiful. They allowed me to forget about the chemical burns in my mama's sweaty knees. They let me forget..
Africa and museums: shaping the future; rethinking the past
"I just on your lawson. The founding director of the paloma in togo and andrew santo. Who's just written a book with twenty eight interviews with museum leaders across the world. I also speak to. Dan hicks about his book. The british museum's about the bronzes and for our work the week christopher repeal of the national gallery in london talks about san mateo painting of copernicus. That's coming to the national for an exhibition next year before that a reminder that you can sign up for the art newspapers free daily newsletter for all the latest stories goes to the art newspaper dot com and the link is at the top right of the page. And while you're there you can also sign up for a range of other newsletters including the book club and the art market. I now a new book by the writer and cultural strategy advisor andhra santo features twenty eight conversations with directors of museums and other institutions oldham during the covid nineteen pandemic the future of the museum. Twenty eight dialogues. Include voices from across the world attempting to define museums and the challenges and opportunities ahead of them now and in the coming days among them. Direct is of african museums including sonia lawson the director of the paladin loma in togo in west africa. Andress and sonia join me to discuss the role of museums today and look at how sonya's togalese institution reflects a new coq drew dynamism on the african continent andress. I wanted to begin by asking you. This book was written on zoom. Just as we are now essentially so you talked to twenty eight museum or cultural institution directors about what they were doing. It happened to be done in the covy deer as it were but was it. Germinating is an idea for a much longer period this spring. I wrote an article in art. Net news actually wrote it over easter weekend. So i remember did very well I guess that was early april. I can't remember the exact dates and it was an article about reopening museums. And it just hit a nerve. It really got a lot of people talking at the time. And i heard from dozens and dozens of museum directors and just became part of illogic conversation. And that's when we really realized that this is the moment because it gave us an editorial frame because it it really was a moment that made us ask what is the future about. Still trying to figure it out. I think there's no doubt in all of our minds that this is one of those years in the calendar that will be a turning point. A historical marker where new phase is beginning persona. I think this phase is the one that started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine just ended. Now we have a new face. So what does that mean for museums. Once i figured out that this would be a book not just of conversations with museum. Directors conversations about the future not necessarily revisiting. Why museums have been great in the past of which many reasons to talk about that too but to really have a forward-looking and that is what led to choices like this extraordinary new institution in togo. Which i think is such a taste of where museums or cultural institutions or cultural centers are headed All around the world so so in a way this moment. This covert moment crystallized. How such a book could come about and how we would choose directors to be in it before we speak specifically about sons institution. I wanted to ask you about a phrase that you use in the to the book where you talk about how. The paradigm smashing experimentation in museums and cultural institutions is happening in effectively in the global south so in africa in asia in latin america. Can you expand on that a bit now. Because what do you think lies behind that. Well first of all i. That's not to say it's not happening elsewhere. And i think the book provides lots of examples of how people are thinking you in original ways about museums all around the world. But i think that there are perhaps two main reasons. Why so many of these truly interesting. And i would say inspiring. Examples of new practices are often happening in the global. South one is that many of these institutions are brand new. So it's you can speak to this. They have an opportunity to really design for the now and for the future. They're not dealing with a legacy infrastructure. They're not trying to retrofit something. That was already there and tried to adapt it to the future.
WTA Year End Awards for 2020
"Everyone john worth. I'm hearing sports. Illustrated tennis podcast. Jamie joins me for a grab bag topics. We are midway through the final so hard to make any definitive conclusions there but we can talk about the the back of played so far. We'll talk about twenty twenty one tennis and what the picture is looking like. It's slowly coming into focus but still considerably Blurry and uncertain. We'll talk w. t. awards. There are no more women's tennis events on the calendar. But we can start distributing some honors and just sort of a catchall of tennis topics as we want to say to the finish. But we're not exactly sprinting. Either a stranger that is Finishing under strained conditions and we talk about sort of where the sport is here in mid november twenty twenty so jamie welcome. it's it's been a while. how are you. i'm good. i agree with you. It's a weird year. And i feel like we've been talking a lot about the atp and obviously the atp finals are happening. So i am happy to start by out talking about the wpa and some of these awards all right. let's go. let's let's that. I that's a good idea let's go to That'd be the w. t. a. Does not unlike the wto does not have a finals or twenty twenty. Unfortunately that's An offshoot of having events in china where international sporting events were cancelled months ago. So the vendor playing as we speak in london and there is no there is no comparable women's event. So let's say yeah let's do that. Let's start with the women season over. Why don't we hand out some awards. We genda pivot to london. Mvp award is always a bit strange. But if we're going to give player of the year honors. I feel like the player has to have won a major. Do you agree with that. Yes definitely agree with that. But this year of course We had one less. And i think that i would also classify the majors in two creek corona and post corona. I would almost give a little bit more weight or just feel like there's more discussion for all the majors. That are not the train open you know. Of course that was when all was normal and before all this happened But i know you. You went to your pace in your mailbox but are you. Who's your pick. i think it. It sounds sounds a little. I think you've got to say that the so you can is your twenty twenty. Mvp she won a major and got to the final of another If we play this game sometime if your life depended on a player Would she be your pick and the answer is is probably not and do i think in a head to head match. There are players who are superior. If if she and i o miyasaka played ten times i would think naomi osaka with the majority of those matches. But yeah in this straight year. But i think you're right. There was no wimbledon. There there was a us open but it did not feature you know six top ten players including ash barty the number one player including simona halep included the defending champion and that was That was one sock than we had. The french open which also did not feature ash party. Who is the defending champion. It did not feature. Naomi osaka the australian open before corona had the most flush field. So you can in one that and she reached the final of the french open so she is the only player to have won a major and got into the final of another and in this stranger. It's probably appropriate. We have a strange choice but sonya sofia kenyon is my Twenty twenty mvp will by you. I hear you on that. And i think those are all good points. I in you know so that we aren't agreeing here on all of these under some Interest to this conversation. I'm going to take a different pic. i'm gonna go with naomi osaka and i think that In speaking about mvp sort of in the Like a of a lot of awards that are giving out at this time of the year including essays own award sportsperson of the year. It's not just about what's happening on the court. It's just not about results per se about other things that This player has done. So i think that For me. I think niamey osaka. Of course like you said kennan if you're just talking about reaching a final winning final In a major. She's done that but osaka has not only one. But also use her platform and she's spoken up and she's gone beyond the court and i think that you know if we're talking if you're looking at that list of choices here And you check the box with a major win in for me. You check the box with all the other outside stuff off the court that she's done so that's my pick.
"sonya" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"I am. I am a master of the human psyche. A with anything know that's a that's a good made up one because people always say like dogs mouths are cleaner and that's why they look their own wounds because it speeds up the healing or whatever so no that makes perfect sense. Thank you so much sonya. What a delight while detail. We totally enjoyed this. Thank you so much for being on the show. Do you have anything to plug that. You want to plug on the show for our tens of listeners. Shored donate your placenta great. That's good that's important. Yes definitely and Yet keep donating. Just keep donating your pulls every time you go senta disc- give it a science. Keep supporting our universities. All other research institutions because they do a lot of hard work and especially during times of kobe I think a lot of people realize how little of the money that we actually spend as a country Actually goes to research exactly. Yeah and if you have any questions You can always email me. You can post my email or forward the emails that would be great. And yeah so yeah. That's awesome thank you sonya. Yeah thanks so much for listening. Guys we also wanna plug are thing turns out we have merch now Yeah i don't know if you saw it on our social media channels or on our website but we have a link to t- public Where we now have a storefront and we have one design out there right now with just our logo that you can get on t shirts and hoodies and baseball shirts and mugs and masks and notebook all kinds of things and it's been really fun like i've gotten four texts in the last week of people like showing me pictures of the of the products they got with our faces on intimates. It's hilarious and we also have a couple of other designs in the works right now. So been out for that for this upcoming holiday season yeah. She's by herself. Misinformation t shirt or by left one misinformation. We have sizes up to like four x. yeah they do really obser- their products are great There's usually sales so. Oh yeah oh. And i've think we just recently got an email that there's going to be like a pretty decent holiday sale coming up in the next couple of weeks so some inside baseball for you. So thank you to everyone who's already supported us on the public site and bought some product. Yeah we really appreciate it. Yeah we totally appreciate it and by the way. Listen this far in the episode. Next week we have a much more appetizing topic for you for reminding me next week is cheese along at home. Yes so we are going to provide you with a shopping list. Yes if you so choose if you eat along with us. We're going to tell you list a four cheeses that why that seem like you should be able to get them in any of your grocery stores You know grab one have have ready on a plate and you can listen on to our episode next week for american thanksgiving yeah so definitely check out our facebook and our twitter. We are at misinformed pod on twitter and we are misinformation colon trivia podcast on facebook and we will be providing a shopping list there. I never thought we would do this. But i'm just so glad it will be a nice and moose bouch for the americans for our american thanksgiving later that week. So yeah by a t shirt by some cheese. Sit at home and cheese. Along with us next tuesday so after all that housekeeping thank you again to sonya and thanks so much for listening guys. We'll catch you. Next bob hi..
"sonya" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"The placenta measures about nine inches in diameter and zero point. Eight to one inch in thickness on average. I did it in imperial units just for the dinner plate. Yeah that's that's too big. Frankly i mean. It's about the size of a frisbee to give you an idea. Okay no i mean enjoying this i am. It's just a lot coming at me about you. Know stuff about my body but yeah please. So so it's actually a figure in the center and it thins out on the edges because the center is where the umbilical cord is attached. Okay so it's a lot thicker so kind of like a little funnel ish going into the. Yeah a little it because you're going to get sicker. Blood vessels in the center. Where the book where it is is attached and the blood vessels will branch out towards the end so The placenta typically weighs about one and a half pounds which is lighter than i thought. Yeah my my friend maggie. Sorry i'm new you on the podcast had twins in her. Placenta weighed ten pounds No and the doctors were like writing it down by the placenta. Like we're going to put this paper. The lancet will hear about this ten pal. Goodness bless you maggie. Her daughter were very healthy. Big big big when they want to as twins so you my goodness. I haven't asked my mom. I'm sure she doesn't remember. But i was a pretty big baby. I think i was eight. Pounds eleven is pretty big. My mom gained a skinny gained hundred pounds and pregnant with Goodness good for her. She was a home. God she's going. We always at that. Don't worry about it. so yeah she gained allows. Why is a pretty big baby. I'm surprised i wasn't bigger with ad. Hurried gynecologist was furious. So the umbilical cord attached the placenta averages a length of about twenty two to twenty four inches which is so much longer than i thought. Because it doesn't have that you don't really have that much no base ya. I don't know it just gets folded up in there. I guess so. The umbilical cord inserts itself into the placenta and it branches out into smaller blood vessels over the surface of the placenta and throughout the placenta itself and it results in avila's tree kind of structure And villas i just mean baynes And it it's very similar if you look at the top of it. It looks like the tree of life. Symbol okay ooh that's kinda cool. I thought that was pretty interesting. I've seen a bunch of memes elaine. but it does. It does look very similar so you get kind of the thicker veins and arteries from the umbilical cord in they branch out to smaller and smaller little blood vessels so if you were to kind of slice the placenta in half and take a perfect cross section. You'd see a few things so on one side the side that's attached to the umbilical cord. you would see the fetal side of the placenta and this is also known as the corey on as i mentioned earlier and it is composed of cells with genetic profile of the fetus. Now throughout this corey on you would see these. Large blood vessels that come from the umbilical cord that branch off into these smaller blood vessels and they get smaller and smaller as they go deeper into the placenta. So you end up with these branch. Structure is filled with fetal. Blood vessels That sprout from the quarry on and that are called corey onic. Bill i so you have these little tree. Structures that branch from the fetal side and are kind of pushing their way and growing towards the maternal side. So that's how it will develop. It's trying to get closer and closer to the mother's life source so kind of like tree roots again. yeah like growing into Yeah absolutely so these corey. Onic bill i. They are actually lined and covered with placental tissue. So you don't just have the fetal blood vessels. They are protected by a layer. A few layers of cells on the surface of these browns structures and these layers. This is the main barrier between the mother's blood in the fetus. Because around these corey onic villa structures is just free flowing maternal blood so yes you have so in the placenta. It's basically a kind of a giant pool of mother's blood with little lord. Yeah so okay. So i'm imagining this. There's a lot of plant imagery in this. Which i was not expecting coming into this episode. So the blood vessels on the fetal side are like dipping into like the water table of the mother's blood. So it's not like two separate sets of blood. Vessels like combining which other it's literally like the fetal. Blood vessels are like sipping from giant of mothers. Yeah that's essentially a good way to describe it because the fetus at that point had already restructured. The mother's blood vessels to create this pool so it creates this pool. That is going to bathe in julia. That happened to you. So here taco bell here to tell the tale. Yeah so so. Yeah so bs restructured. Maternal blood vessels. They are constantly being and circulating blood into this pool and this pool is specifically called the intervals space so these maternal blood vessels are constantly dumping and circulating blood into this pool which is called the intervals space because it exists between the corey on intravenous shir although if you were say a bunch of gynecologists who had their own trivia team inter space would be a great trivia team name. I mean think about it sonya. I think it's a really good idea. He great notoriously terrible at trips. Ironically it's fine all you is a good team name and you get you get street cracks. Now that's true without keep that all right that on my list of Potential trivia team to it. It's very good. So we've described essentially the leedle side of the placenta until now. The maternal side of the placenta is called the maternal deciduous so the word the word deciduous having the meaning of falling away Because it is shed during childbirth. So this tissue. The maternal deciduous actually used to be endometrial tissue so like i described the inner lining meters this is restructured and it becomes the maternal which ends up being shed with the placenta. Okay so it. It has the same properties as an enemy tria. because it's eventually shed. Yeah exactly it is eventually shut. And the the changes that undergo to the end dmitri. They are guided by hormonal shifts. And so i guess the most important things to take away from this So far is that. The placenta is composed of both fetal and maternal cells and there is a very thin barrier between the maternal blood and fetal blood that controls the passage of nutrients waste and oxygen. So those are the main takeaways. Unfortunately the placenta is always formed properly. End the initial blastocyst cell. Ask that has the future sita's in it does not embed itself in the right part of the uterus. So this is one year going to get placental complications. And for all of my fellow hypochondriacs. You want to skip ahead of you minutes four. Because i just want to say that these complications are not common. Most of the time. You'll have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy placenta And that if there are any complications they are usually detected during routine tests. With your gun apologised or The onset of symptoms so it's not something that You're coming into towards at the end of your third trimester and have no idea. Yeah yeah so. There are a few factors that influenced the health of your placenta and the risk that you have with developing a certain complication. And it's going to really depend on things like your ethnicity your history of smoking whether you have high blood pressure if you have twins triplets if you have multiple justin pregnancy you're generally increasing your risk of complications from i it as.
"sonya" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"We've already immediately alienated fifty percent or listeners. And that's fine. Maybe not. I mean we have met a lot of our listeners in various contexts and they are weirdly mostly men and no matter what we talk about so true. I take back. That's what frankly. I feel like men need to learn more about. Oh women's bodies exactly whether they're interested in women's bodies are not so sonya you're providing a service today and we're very. I absolutely agree. I really hope we didn't have a. I do think it's a really interesting topic and just something tera. It's good to know in general exactly. I totally agree. So sonia whenever you are ready please take us into the lower abdominal region of a female presenting body. Keep going thank you. So i'm going to start off by giving a really brief overview of human reproduction. I think it will be a good way to kind of start us out for people that aren't as familiar with us so human reproduction is defined as any form of sexual reproduction resulting in the fertilization of a woman's ag also known as an ovum by a man's sperm. Now the ovum is normally stored in the ovaries and it is released from the ovary will travel and meet the sperm in the philippian tube. So sperm actually have a longer distance to travel to make this trip. But it's fine because they're much better swimmers so exiled so these two single cells combine and may create a single cell called zydeco. And these zygote still contain chromosomes from each parent. Half half <hes>. Do either of you know how many chromosomes are in chicago. Oh really do you remember this. Twenty twenty. Three's ooh three twenty as good job yes. Gonzaga contains twenty three chromosomes from each parent. And this basically gives the zygote the network material from each parent so whether you have blue eyes. Green is calling your skin. You know certain habits even now this is going to come from the generic material of your parents when he three and me. Yeah that's what i immediately thought of. Yeah there we go exactly so they'll code your jeans. I'm pretty sure they ask you whether or not you. You wanna release your genome data for science. I think that's how it works so <hes>. What happens in the first twenty four hours after fertilization. This single cells i go. It'll rapidly. divide so it'll split in half and you'll end up with two cells and then those will each split again you'll end up with four eight sixteen and they'll just keep dividing until you end up with this tiny little cell mass that's about zero point two millimeters in diameter. I know it's metric just to give you an idea it's about the size of medium coarse grain of sand. So that's very tight. Yeah yeah so. This all happens at by around day for you. Have this tiny grain of sand. This selma's will then hollow to form something called a blastocyst. It is around fluid-filled. Shell with a cell mass. That looks as if it's squished. Onto the inside of the inner cell wall so the inner cell mass will eventually four embryo and then the fetus whereas the outer shell of the blastocyst <hes> is composed of trotha blast cells and that will eventually compose the placenta. Okay have their nice. Yeah so you have these two different cell types that give rise to do two different parts of the embryo in the placenta. So like i said the blastocyst the outer shell is composed of a cell type called trophoblast cells and these we are going to come back to them later. They are super important but this cell type basically allows the this blastocyst to embed itself into the woman's uterus. Okay yeah so so. They tend to have a little bit more invasive properties. So they will. It sounds a little aggressive but it is essentially. What happens. <hes> it'll invade into the mothers tissue and that's how it allows itself to grow and feed off the nutrients of mother
A Moment-a for the Placenta (with Sonya Kouthouridis)
"We've already immediately alienated fifty percent or listeners. And that's fine. Maybe not. I mean we have met a lot of our listeners in various contexts and they are weirdly mostly men and no matter what we talk about so true. I take back. That's what frankly. I feel like men need to learn more about. Oh women's bodies exactly whether they're interested in women's bodies are not so sonya you're providing a service today and we're very. I absolutely agree. I really hope we didn't have a. I do think it's a really interesting topic and just something tera. It's good to know in general exactly. I totally agree. So sonia whenever you are ready please take us into the lower abdominal region of a female presenting body. Keep going thank you. So i'm going to start off by giving a really brief overview of human reproduction. I think it will be a good way to kind of start us out for people that aren't as familiar with us so human reproduction is defined as any form of sexual reproduction resulting in the fertilization of a woman's ag also known as an ovum by a man's sperm. Now the ovum is normally stored in the ovaries and it is released from the ovary will travel and meet the sperm in the philippian tube. So sperm actually have a longer distance to travel to make this trip. But it's fine because they're much better swimmers so exiled so these two single cells combine and may create a single cell called zydeco. And these zygote still contain chromosomes from each parent. Half half Do either of you know how many chromosomes are in chicago. Oh really do you remember this. Twenty twenty. Three's ooh three twenty as good job yes. Gonzaga contains twenty three chromosomes from each parent. And this basically gives the zygote the network material from each parent so whether you have blue eyes. Green is calling your skin. You know certain habits even now this is going to come from the generic material of your parents when he three and me. Yeah that's what i immediately thought of. Yeah there we go exactly so they'll code your jeans. I'm pretty sure they ask you whether or not you. You wanna release your genome data for science. I think that's how it works so What happens in the first twenty four hours after fertilization. This single cells i go. It'll rapidly. divide so it'll split in half and you'll end up with two cells and then those will each split again you'll end up with four eight sixteen and they'll just keep dividing until you end up with this tiny little cell mass that's about zero point two millimeters in diameter. I know it's metric just to give you an idea it's about the size of medium coarse grain of sand. So that's very tight. Yeah yeah so. This all happens at by around day for you. Have this tiny grain of sand. This selma's will then hollow to form something called a blastocyst. It is around fluid-filled. Shell with a cell mass. That looks as if it's squished. Onto the inside of the inner cell wall so the inner cell mass will eventually four embryo and then the fetus whereas the outer shell of the blastocyst is composed of trotha blast cells and that will eventually compose the placenta. Okay have their nice. Yeah so you have these two different cell types that give rise to do two different parts of the embryo in the placenta. So like i said the blastocyst the outer shell is composed of a cell type called trophoblast cells and these we are going to come back to them later. They are super important but this cell type basically allows the this blastocyst to embed itself into the woman's uterus. Okay yeah so so. They tend to have a little bit more invasive properties. So they will. It sounds a little aggressive but it is essentially. What happens. it'll invade into the mothers tissue and that's how it allows itself to grow and feed off the nutrients of mother
How to Make This Winter Not Totally Suck.
"Hi Sober sellers. It's Lynn. Oh, my goodness one more week when this comes out, I will be moving in one more week. So yeah, I'm really excited had some hiccups along the way I don't know if you all remember living in an apartment buildings. That's where I'm moving from and moving to I'm not buying a house quite yet in my little village in evidently something happened to me every time I move and this time it was kind of a big one I was moving into this brand new building with four stories although I'm GonNa live on the second floor, right above the shops with. Florida ceiling windows kind of like a loft and wouldn't you know that Kovin interruptus happened? Yeah. So the elevator people can't put the elevator in and this is quite a complex project from what I understand even in twenty twenty, they are I don't know six months behind as what I'm told, and now I have to move into a temporary residence which I'm now wrapping my brain around but it's one bedroom instead of two bedrooms. So I have to downsize a little bit more than I thought I was going to and I might be in the. Apartment for about three months. So there you go Bobbin we've in our way through two thousand, twenty I'm still so very excited. So after some contemplation and some you know. Anger and disappointment whereas my feeling wheel and some other things I got through it and decided to make the best of it and that's what I'm doing. Now, of course, there's lots of stuff in between all there. So you know I have to pull out my tools from my buffer zone just like you do. which brings me to today's topic in the spirit of all of us who have moved before. Yeah. I'm expending a lot of energy right now and I'm excited and I'm busy and I'm forgetting stuff. So I'm trying to keep the next few weeks of podcast episodes brief or if I don't win that battle with myself, which is very difficult to keep things brief I'm going to choose things that tickle me and that I wanNA. Share you and I came across one of those just this week by a writer who writes a lot for the Atlantic she was on staff there and I haven't really followed her I'm not a writer follower type but I know I've read a bunch of her stuff. Her name is Seagal Samuel and the article I'm going to read you she wrote for Vox and you gotTA. Love the title how to make this winter not totally suck. According to psychologists. Many of us are throwing her arms up in the air and still going what the heck is going on here. in the United. States. Election will be shortly upon us and were quite uncertain about what that's going to bring. Nobody really knows t leave readers all over the place but crazy stuff keeps happening day by day. So we'll just see ultimately the goal for those of you listening as you well know for me is to share with you how are we going to cope with all this? Tabei Day week by week sometimes minute by minute and second by second. So. That's why I love this article. And I thought today. y'All might forgive me if I kinda just read it to you. You know I can't help myself from jumping in and give him my own little take on things which Typically you'll hear me change my tone of voice or Interject Lynn here my plan is that you'll actually be able to decipher that. And enjoy the little nuggets of wisdom that is Samuel has shared with us. Again the article is shared on Vox V. O. X. DOT COM. and. The author is Seagal I hopeful that I'm pronouncing that right but you know there's a fifty fifty chance of everything last name Samuel and it was published on October fourteenth twenty twenty. She begins I'm GonNa go out on a limb and say, you're probably dreading this winter. We know it's going to be harder to socialize outdoors as the weather gets colder. We also know there's probably going to be a surge. Yeah. In New Cova. Nineteen infections many of us are feeling anxious about how we're going to make it through. The lonely bleak months ahead I see a lot of people trying to cope with this anxiety by drumming up one off solutions y'all are going to love this. By a fire pit better yet by a whole house or like I'm doing move. Those may be perfectly fine ideas as far as they go but I'd like to suggest a more effective way to think about reducing your suffering an increasing your happiness. This winter studies show that anything we can do to direct our attention off of ourselves and onto other people or other things is usually productive and makes us happier. Said Sonya Lia- by Mirsky, a psychology professor at the University of California, Riverside and author of the how of happiness a scientific approach to getting the life you want. She goes on to say a lot of life's problems are caused by too much self-focused and self absorption, and we often focus too much on the negatives about
Multiple boats sink at Trump boat parade on Texas' Lake Travis
"Several boats sink at trump parade in central Texas. Lake Sheriff's. Office says by Sonya months or. Several boats sank. Saturday. During a trump boat parade on lake travis in central Texas according to the Travis County Sheriff's Office. Our Agency responded to multiple calls of boats in distress throughout the parade and several boats did sink a spokesperson with the sheriff's Office. Told time she added that a I call of a boat in distress came in at twelve fifteen pm and the latest one was responded to just before two pm a spokesperson with the Austin. Travis County Emergency Medical Services said they had not received reports of any injuries related to the sunken boats but had heard that at least four boats sank so far.
In mock funerals and '42' jerseys, kids mourn Black Panther
"The fans German young government and old are trying says Russian to come to opposition grips with leader the death at Alexei the age of forty Navalny three of Black was poisoned Panther star with Chadwick the same Boseman type of Soviet era nerve agent Bozeman's death the prompted British authorities Black Panther identified Wakanda salutes into twenty around the country eighteen and mock attack funerals on a former Bobby Russian and Lenny spy homes live in mesa chancellor Arizona Angela Merkel's we got spokesman a lot Steffen of action Seiber figures that says testing out you a military saw facility and met before had inside now shown the movies proof without and then doubt put the them chemical around nerve him agent their arms from outstretched the know the chalk Gavin group Batiste lives I think in Lafayette it's a Louisiana dismaying event thank you that there not is only gone was I the victim don't know what of an to attack say with I a never chemical thought nerve this agent would happen in in Russia my day Germany has this demanded is a response from the Russian government nine his mom the Clinton Sonya says says Bozeman it hasn't and been its characters formed yet in the movies all the bounty represented being a poisoned sense of reality with a nerve agent and hope a I'm sense Charles of the of last dreaming month and to jazz embrace you are eleven year old Nick coming says when he heard Chadwick Boseman died it felt like a part of him got erased I'm a Donahue
"sonya" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Junk Science Shoddy Investigations and law enforcement misconduct are only some of the reasons innocent people can find themselves wrongfully convicted and locked up for life or even sentenced to death. The American criminal justice system needs reform. Our rate of incarceration is higher than any other country in the world. Some studies estimate there are two hundred, thirty, thousand innocent people in prison right now from Campfire and AK studios comes a new ten episode podcast series that tells real life stories of abuses of power in our criminal justice system. Dad sometimes reflected incompetence but often involve intentional wrongdoing the abuses rarely if ever result in adverse consequences for the government officials who are responsible but can steal decades of time from the very people, the criminal justice system is supposed to protect. I'm Sonya Pfeiffer and I'm David Rudolph as criminal defense and civil rights attorneys. We fight these abuses of power in our practice and also in this podcast by educating our listeners on how to protect themselves and advocate for others search for abuse of power with David Rudolph and Sonya pfeiffer in the apple podcast APP or wherever you get your podcasts and check out the first episode out right now hit subscribe so you don't Miss an episode to get you started. Here's a clip from episode one the State of North Carolina versus Tim Bridges. On Mother's Day Nine, hundred, thousand, nine, eighty, three year, old Modine wise was brutally attacked and raped inside her home in Charlotte North Carolina the next day wise was discovered by her sister-in-law Virginia who immediately called police when officers arrived, they found an array of evidence left behind by the perpetrator immense coat a cigarette but a dirty towel aunt a bloody palm print on the wall above the bed where Modine wise was raped. But for months, the investigation sputtered no matches to the palm print. No hot leads from the other pieces of evidence the case seemed to go cold. then. A tip came in from a police informant naming twenty-three-year-old Tim Bridges. Tim. A former drug addict and male prostitute who had just gotten out of Rehab was arrested. He would be wrongfully convicted of the horrendous crime and sentenced to life in prison in Tim's case, a range of police abuses from withheld exculpatory evidence to the use of unreliable informants contributed to his conviction. However it was the fabricated report of an F.. B.. I.. Trained hair analyst that would imprison Tim for twenty six years. David I joined Tim's Legal Team Twenty sixteen so David will walk us through the facts of the case. Later, you'll hear from Tim himself as he talks about the emotional toll that the justice system has cost him and the irreparable losses.
Animal Crossing adds bad luck and Valve's Gabe Newell prefers Xbox Series X
"Animal Crossing New Horizons Ads lucked into the game which may have larger implications regarding its future valve boss Gabe. Newell says, he prefers xbox series and X. playstation five but doesn't really explain why and CD project red warns against clicking links in emails about a cyberpunk twenty, seventy, seven, begum. Animal Crossing has been updated to include bad luck animal crossing received a second summer update recently after adding swimming a little while ago. But this one will make you fall over in drop balloons more, which is weird and further proof that maybe animal crossing isn't for me specifically but I suppose I, could see why adding that random to the game would be. Fun. Basically. As you're running around the island, sometimes you might trip and fall, and if you're holding a balloon, a newly added item, you will drop it. It will fly into the sky. You will also apparently be able to now create a King Tut mask if you find some gold but if you wear the mask, it will make you trip more. The implication there is that luck and specifically bad luck may have been introduced to the game, which is something that has been an animal crossing games in the past Patricia Hernandez reported on the update for Polygon and explained how this mechanic was implemented previously writing on a good luck day everything is amazing. You'll get more money from rocks. It'll be easier to befriend villagers and you'll have a better time avoiding bees because they'll. Move more. Slowly, the world's your choice. Ter- on bad luck days. It's the complete opposite you'll find fewer resources it'll be harder to raise friendship levels the money rock will become stingy and just to pour salt on the wound you'll trip and fall on your face wearing the King Tut mask will immediately lower your luck which is why you'll trip way more often it's probably an Easter egg hinting at the masks cursed nature The full story complete with some embedded video showing the tripping mechanic and action is linked to the show notes. This is such a strange, but this is kind of where animal crossing tends to shine weird little additions that make the overall experience more interesting, and in this case, a little unpredictable. Valve's Gabe Newell says he prefers the xbox series x when it comes to next Gen hardware. This is a quick story because. Honestly, there isn't a lot to report on here but Gabe Newell Generator of Countless memes and the boss over at valve appeared recently on a New Zealand talk show called the project and he was asked which next generation platform he preferred and he said without much hesitation the xbox series X. C. Nets Daniel von Boom reported on Newell's preference and wrote in their story appearing on New Zealand talk show the project Newell was asked by a host which console would be better the xbox. He said emphatically to a year from an audience member when pressed on whether his preference stems from his years. Working at Microsoft, he added I don't have a stake in that race we do most of our development on personal computers but the two I would definitely go with an xbox that story is linked in the show notes. But that's all knew really had to say in the past he has been outspoken about not being a particular fan of playstation not in a vitriolic way or anything, but it just mostly because it was difficult to develop for playstation three for example, in Valve Games do just fine with their PC releases but valve and Sony did for some steam applications on the playstation three not. Came from it but for a time, there was some compatibility between certain steam games like portal to Andy playstation three version of portal two, but it sounds like. Relationship was there has just not sustained. There are plenty of suctions that can be made here. Of course, maybe Newell and Valve are just million with the xbox series XS development tools since they do all stem from pc architecture, maybe newell doesn't like how Sonya's investing in unreal and how epic is using the playstation five to showcase. The next unreal engine epic and Unreal Do Represent Valve and steams biggest competitor in the digital PC. Game storefront battle may be newell just pates Ratchet and clank. It's all currently unclear. But if you're a valve fan and want to see more valve games on consoles, it sounds like xbox series x might be your better bet. Here's what released today liberated is out today on it's a puzzle platformer game that takes place inside a comic book. I actually gave it a full proper review on the June fifth episode of the Gaming Ride Home podcast. It has some cool ideas, but ultimately, kind of came up short for me when I played the switch version, some of my complaints were related to technical hiccups though. So maybe the PC version will be a little smoother
Cultivate Calm During Chaos With Neil Pasricha
"Welcome everyone to this lead x Webinar with Neil Pastor Rita. Thank you so much for joining Neil. Past reach is the author of seven bucks including the book of Awesome. The happiness equation Awesome is everywhere, and you are awesome. His Books Are New York. Times and number one international bestseller's and have spent over two hundred weeks on bestseller lists and sold millions of copies. Neal is one of the world's top brings speakers and his first Ted Talk. The three days of awesome is wearing to one of the ten most inspiring all time. He thinks rights to an speaks about intentional living, and all of his work focuses on the themes of gratitude, happiness, failure, resiliency, and trust welcome Neil. Well. Thank you so much for having me guys. On this cold slash hot sunny slash cloudy Friday afternoon slash morning. I am in Toronto Canada. And it is cold and cloudy and the afternoon here, but I can already see people chiming in on the side Jason's. That's good morning from. Kansas, happy Friday everyone. Guys, please. Let's the chat open that box open on my screen the whole time. I would love to be reinvented time. Why because right now? During coronavirus, one of the biggest sort of needs I feel that I need and I feel like you probably feel it too, is community. Connection. betsy, high from Boulder, Sonya Hi, from California. This is wonderful for Michigan Los Angeles anyone not a not from America it'd be great to hear as well. I don't know. Who I'm talking to the other thing that would be great to salvage front before we get into our exciting conversation. Cuban a love all the texts coming in, thank you is who knows me so when I ended up. Speaking to groups of people, hundreds of people like I'm doing right now. What I don't know is who have you have read the book on some or Oj Geek from India I'm hearing these great ones Calgary. High highly shot cloudy Gog always touting car, isn't it now I'm just kidding but I almost called love. coury loved the Chart Cut Restaurant downtown props to independent restaurants bookstores. Guys got to bring him back. So I. Don't know who's read any books book Balsam the happiness equation you are. Does anybody listened to my podcast three bucks? Maybe some of you were when you get to hear me other places has anyone ever heard me give a speech a Tedtalk? Have you seen like dislike me? Know where you touched my stuff, if at all, or maybe you're like I have no idea who Zappa at me so? You quit your Yapper, but let me know so I'm seeing a seeing I'm seeing some Yeah, Berta, I've never heard of you until now. Diane says you are not unique to me, but I'm already intrigued. The says I've read the happiness equation. oh, I watched you on. Ted Ted or lead Ex. Yeah, so there's lots of I like the newest Story never heard before. Guys don't be sorry. There's eight billion of us in the world right now. I'm one person My community, which I'd like to welcome you into. Is You know one hundred thousand people? These are people that want to live a deeply intentional life. The reason I want to do that is because about ten years ago. My wife left me. My best friend took his own life. These two things happened in the span of a few weeks. I was devastated I stopped. Eating I stopped sleeping. I! Was a skeleton of myself mentally physically psychologically, and then I started a blog called one thousand awesome things, dot com, and for thousand straight weekdays I wrote an entry. Cheer myself up like old dangerous playground equipment like the smell of bakery, air or wearing warm underwear from out of the dryer. The blog took off one best log on the world two years in a row one hundred million hits. It turned into a book called the Book of Awesome so that book here the black. One came out sold. A million copies was a big bestseller I thought that's my fifteen minutes of fame. I kept my job at Walmart the whole time. I got my blog went by. Everyone gets like one viral fleet in their life and their life, but it kept going, and it turns up. I needed to when I got remarried five years later I ended up writing a guidebook to my unborn child than how to live happy life that became my book called the happiness equation more recently. Now I have three boys, five three and one very happily married my wife, lastly on lucky say, and ever in a brand new book all about Resilience Okay so you are also came out last November. On Book Two right now, but of course everything shut down that about resilience. The subtitles had navigate change, wrestle failure and live in attentional
Yannick Noah Interview
"We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special.
Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department
"Four prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigns following a scathing report outlining complaints of discrimination and retaliation within the police department's more from WTOP's Kate Ryan prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigned hours after the ACLU of Maryland released in ninety four page report alleging dozens of incidents of racist conduct by white officers the same reports said that when black officers complained of racism within the department they suffered retaliation Bob Ross with the prince George's county chapter of the N. double ACP said his organization had called for a no confidence vote against storing ski who is white prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks issued this statement announcing Stravinsky's resignation effective immediately Kate Ryan W. T. G. O. P. news and I'm Michelle bash the report supports a lawsuit filed on behalf of thirteen officers of color prince George's county police lieutenant Sonya's Allah coffer is one of them I think your report was able to gather understanding of the police department and provide a clear understanding of the unfair practices under chief Kaminski she believes the chief's resignation was coming because she and others were asking for change for so long and nothing was done we want to see equity fairness unbiased policing and genuine transparency Michelle bass WTOP news also Brooks is holding a news conference tomorrow at noon about there's the ACLU also releasing a report that says DC police disproportionately targeted targets African Americans when they stop people on the streets we are still awaiting a response from DC
Video appears to show a white woman setting fire to Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed
"Talking about the police shooting in Atlanta Georgia Friday night riot Saturday night the Wendy's burned by some white girls the some of those some of the audio is actually a little bit humor with the bystander apparently a black guy watching this white girl try to torch the Wendy's and he's like don't give this one else there's that making video of this white girl trying to not doing a very good job but I guess eventually got it set on fire real good and there's a ten thousand dollar reward out for this handy for looking white girl who was there being an arsonist because you know they're not very well adjusted something like that it is a another at that no matter how you slice it another tragic situation with a twenty seven year old man Richard Brooks who was shot to death on Friday night drunk driving stop failed to preserve radi testa place went to put the cuffs on him to arrest him for his drunk driving offense he decided instead to start punching them and fighting the man down and that was a pretty capable of doing that and two police officers fighting and everybody's on the ground there there did at least minor injuries being doled out and and brochure Brooks grabbed the taser from one of the police officers that tasers going up he's running away the taser goes off again and Mister Brooks is shocked and and he was killed and and it was one of these situations where I gotta tell you know we all sit here like referees watching instant replays on on these these circumstances because everything's on video now and I watch about an hour and a half worth of body cam video yesterday and and I I don't know him did he did he have to shoot Richard Brooks when he's running away did you have to know what is the training what is the what is the normal procedure he was being perfectly reasonable during the sobriety test and so on until they went to put the handcuffs on him and told him that he was impaired and they were placing him under arrest and then a felony assault on a police officer repeated counts of stripping the place up sort of taser weapon they're evading the police running away on foot and then turning on and fight if he hadn't pulled the taser and turned and fired the taser I don't think there'd be any question and that the police officer should not have shot and and still let's look there's going to be it's going to be hotly debated there's not going to be a lot of agreement on this I can I can assure you that it's a terrible set of circumstances then came the riots and the burning of the Wendy's at the CNN crew was assaulted by the mob and their their camera was damaged or destroyed or or something and and so there is some is tab for more riots and and and it's not perfectly clear cut some eye witnesses and this is a classic example I witnesses who who saw it from afar said everything was perfectly going perfectly they're having a reasonable conversation all true until bystanders said the witness said that until they went to arrest him for nothing well they didn't go to arrest him for nothing they went to arrest him for drunk driving after going through what they call an investigation the procedure that sobriety tests and and and you know walking follow my finger and then blow into this tube and I had a failed miserably at the sobriety test he was being taken into custody because drunk driving is taken very seriously and they don't just let people go when you're caught driving drunk these days and so he was when he was being taken into custody decided to fight the police grabbed a taser and run and and it ended up being fatally shot being killed by the police now whose fault is that if that's the question that made that the answer is relay the escalating it to that judge to that level was the fault of Richard Brooks you know he's the one who assaulted the place and took off and took the taser and fired at now are in police training says that if you may be incapacitated as they buy a taser then you may lose control of your service weapon and that's very much frowned upon and if somebody's willing to beat you throw you to the ground punch you take your taser and and and pays you you should also probably assume and I think training would teach that that person would also be capable of taking your pistol from you and then your and a whole nother level of danger and and so I played audio from the fraternal order of police guy who said that in most your as the training is that a taser is a lethal confrontation because you could be incapacitated and you have a firearm and so it is according to most police training that the FOB guy said that he has a lethal encounter or a potentially lethal encounter and that and that legitimizes lethal force watching the video you might not come to that conclusion and I know I'm kind of I'm kind of angry about it to tell you the truth because I wish that this hadn't happened and and wouldn't happen but the ideas don't drive really really drunk passed out in your car in the drive through line at the Wendy's when the police come a day they told him to pull his car over there and he drove it up over the curb and crashed into the bushes and stuff and then when you're caught for drunk driving in the place got a put the cuff Sonya don't attack them and commit felony assaults on police officers and take the taser and run away shooting the taser at them all of that is behavior that is not recommended behavior at and the police officer shooting I can't get inside of his mind at that moment and know exactly what he was thinking but he had just been punched and kneed and thrown to the ground and pummeled and and was in a fight the adrenaline was pumping and piece of art police equipment was taken that can incapacitate a police officer who has a pistol and if he is incapacitated is pistol could be taken and so goes the training all right so according to the F. O. P. anyway so there we have it and and it's and it's just a horrible situation another tragic horrible situation
"sonya" Discussed on CharVision
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"sonya" Discussed on CharVision
"I would love for you to order the book and let me know what you think of it. Right a review for us. If you feel like it thanks so much. Hey everybody it's sunny and Shire and I just wanted to answer a couple of questions. People have been calling the office and texting and e mailing. Do I do private sessions will? Yes I do and I Love Reading. For My. I do phone skype facetime and in person if we're in the same city I also teach intuition so if you have an interest in doing that or if you have to if you're interested in getting your family together and you want a group reading I do those as well so just call two four eight nine nine two four two seven s for Nicole and I look forward to reading for you thanks. We're back thank you Tony. Relax on your Tony. You have somebody on the line that Once they're animal read. I'm looking through here. I'm not seeing that. I think I may have somebody I believe her name. Is Annie from two five zero? So let's go ahead and bring her on? Okay this is this. This person's name is Andy. You're on live high on my Sonya. Thank you for taking my call. Flava thank you. It's a pleasure what do you have? I have a beautiful Siamese cat. Name Nica M. E. K. A. Yeah ME UP. You got any questions you want to Oscar Yes. I traveled recently with my husband in January and February to Thailand or a month. This is the second time we have done it and I just WanNa know. How does she handle us being away for so long that me ask who was looking? After she quite like looked-after we had Our Renter Take care of her So she got to visit the basement a single guy and then we also have a neighbor and hurt. Oh he it was kind of a first time for him to take care of a cat but He's in key very nice guy and we also had our neighbors teenager daughter come and spend time and have free range to come to the house and hang out with Mika as well yes. She loved it but she said that. Snow One. Don't you though mum? She said the Arctic unless you she said but they were very colleen and she said. I hope you know going away a game for a song. No we don't know. She said you thought about her a lot. I did I do talk to when I'm far away. Yeah she said you had your pick the picture with a you have to pay. I did I did at one point over to someone I did. Every hotel we went to I had her photo up beside her bed. Amazing she loved it. She talked her. Doctor was pretty good with her. Good you know she. She took their pitcher Having she's having some issues with her ear and I'm concerned that is it. Just maybe some wax build up or is it something more concerning and it's difficult time with what's going on to maybe get to a vet right. Now yes she said that it's It it sometimes. It feels like a wetting. Sorry yes on. She has to not painful bit nuts. It's not paying for as much as it's uncomfortable role. If the right hand it is. Yeah 'cause I'm being it's the right is she's telling me just annoying people. I would not try it. Takes you in Hawaii to cry out a little bit? I will do that yeah. She liking us being home a lot. More got yeah. 'cause I'm like yeah? There's no one like mom and Dad. No one she said on your always. They say she said you're always cleaning. I am trying to keep busy. I like to say good night to her and very talkative being signees. But only in the morning yeah. They're very different on a Siamese cats in a lot of from ways I liked him now. She wants to know if you'll be getting any more cut we thought about it. She is going on maybe thirteen years old and we saw no maybe just let her just continue to have her. Indoor House healthy well protected lifestyle alone. Yes and let me tell us that. If he were to get a cat he probably would be a young one property. Jump on us when she would like that. Oh No I. Oh P P. Harvard been around other cats in her life. Yeah and she's been okay with it. Yeah she said just not cats that jump on. I'll tell you what you know mother. Mummy would say that they didn't jump on you. Another question go I'd like to know if salmon upsets her stomach. It seems to be one ingredient. Whenever it's in a food that she throws up. Yeah well what do then donning what she likes it. Though tasteful for food mom keeps me. Okay so no saying you greatly no more salmon. Thank you so much for calling. I just WanNa say during these times. I hope everyone is enjoying their time with their love of furry friends home because I know they're loving ir presence being home more. I we thank you for your kind words. Thank you somebody really appreciate that of repealing Sonia. We're going to bring Kathy back because her friend Melissa is at her house with her cat and Melissa lost her other cat and she thinks her cat misses him. Can you let her know in your she comes? This is Melissa. Hi Melissa I'm fan is on this is Princess Caroline. How are you Yes so basically Princess Caroline and. She had a brother that she grew up with. 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"sonya" Discussed on CharVision
"To all our babies who are taking care of us during this really hard time so cookies. Thank you you know. 'cause okay so I WanNa thank you guys for tuning in it. It means the world to me before we start. I wanted to tell you that I wanted to show you about my oils. But also my guest later on Sonya Fitzpatrick who's amazing. She's like the most amazing animal psychic. But I know a lot of people are trying to to meditate and keep positive in so I have oils that from my office there that That we use in its Holy Spirit protection and in ing so the when you wear the crossing it takes away any negative. That's around you. When you put on the Holy Spirit it takes you to the highest level of goodness loving died and then the protection oil is to protect us from any kind of negative things that are coming at us. You know we live in a physical world. We live in an energetic world. There's positive and negative energy in both and also Sometimes people like to like candles for themselves. But if they do that you can write your name in the candle put the oils on it and then you want to let the candle burn all the way to the end but If you're interested in that you can go to Chard Dot Net N. Nikki will help you out. I also WANNA thank Nikki in my office for helping me out. I WanNa Thank. Stuart has now talking about how special the animals are in helping produce my show today. He's right here in Palm Springs. He's waving and Tony Sleet Linda. Thank Tony and I also have a special shoutout today to Scott Monroe in I. He's my dear dear friend. I can't even tell you. How many kind things she does for me and never expect anything back and I WanNa wish you a happy. Happy Healthy Birthday and we will celebrate. When I see you and I'm able to to be close to you guys so take care. Happy Healthy Birthday Scott. Alright now I wanNA introduce Sonya Fitzpatrick who is the number one. Animal Psychic in the world. She's been on Michael in Kelly and Michael. She's been on every show you can imagine. And there's there's nobody who has lived up to her standards. She is the famous animal psychic. So Hi Sonya acushnet Dot and they much on your show. Oh thank you well. We're so happy to have you so So you're gonNA take callers today right. You're so when people call in later they need to know that we're only taking collars for your animals which is such a great tree. Thank you so much for doing that. In in So Sonia do Do you have anything to say about how the animals are doing now would he? Actually they knock it because everyone is home. They love it because often people working and they have them the day orgy. Animals are around a up when he's going to name they can be so human companion. Oh excuse me by your home with your animals all the time. I saw your dog before. I'm lucky because I went from home to appointments from home so I might catch doc sweetman. That's also in Eh your no I. I was reading your bio. Tell us a little bit about Judy. About Judy. Yeah unique mytalk Judy dive. She's on poetry. She's passed now but she teaches so much. You Beg really do rely so much on our animal. I know it. But that's how how you learn to communicate right. I was talking to animals the or I've ever speak to people. I speak permanent and they thought I was dumb. The we can. Is it possible for you to get a little closer to the Speaker leads you're breaking up. Yes hashtag any grew up on a farm but my my uncle's role thumb. I used to spend a lot of time thumbs and I used to spend a lot of time in the country and in those days you could wander anywheres it charged when we were saying and everybody everybody though I used to talk to the cows and machine and the goats and of course the dogs and cats that were around me. You would do your doctor. Doodle do little before Dr Doolittle told me amperage from being very young. They taught me language. I could hear them when I couldn't hear people because I had severe hearing loss and you know I still have but fortunately I wonder for where helped me to hear it clearly but I could always the animals language so I kept them too so you felt safer with the animals than they used to say. I used to pay around the my father. He was in business. Now you do a paper round for him and I pick up the talks. Not Having eight dogs. Won't I will in the morning as as taking my papers and then got when came to the house you knock on the door and go in and people you tae and the Catholic junk on the table and I always used to get to get the cash. Something rarely buy something enough because they jump on the table and then they have cream o.`Neil so that have been a country blatantly. What I read was your dog. Judy was old in would win. Your dog was in pain. You felt the pain within your own body. I did and I can do that now. You're not his head. Coaching for instance. One site talking to a dog for instance. I see I've got these are my front legs and my legs Aches and I see the world from how they see an. I smell what they said. Smell even the scent is it's it comes through. Taught me everything about Animal Communication. And they do feel that they're sensing now the the fear that's going through the the world. I can feel that so much because there's so much going on right now and it says you're GonNa people are staying home so the benefits the animals because they happen to like that but it's very sad this happening. You need to worry too every block. Okay so I have Our friend Cathy Sotoudeh's here in. She has a cat S. What's coned a Kathy? Her Way we can hear you. And what is the name of fifth cast? Her name is Rio. Rio R. I O. R. O. Like the river. What did what about Rio? He set the US very well. Behaved tax okay. So we have. We have a video to show you. Okay Still Tony can.
"sonya" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"So you know with that again you gotTa Grind. You gotTA grind it out because somebody else will do it for you if you don't you know. I'm curious if Dell knows who this I'm not gonNA say the players backing to say the player's name. Pros told a story once a few years ago. You were with Steph Somewhere he wasn't might have been during the off season and maybe in a restaurant somewhere there was another player who had not grown up with his dad. And who was there and observing you and stuff that evening and when when you got up to leave together said to some people around him. I wish I had that. I wish I had that in my life and I wonder for you like the relationship you've been able to keep with your kids and and have a childhood relationship is the dad and then a relationship now is a grandparent with your sons is now watching him. Raise his own family. Like what does it mean to have like just for someone to observe you guys and think that not not so much regret someone else has but but but but just what they see when you're with your kids I tried to just be is involved in in my kids. Lives as my dad was in mine. And it's that's it seemed real easy for me. My My dad was my baseball coach He helped the basketball team. We did everything. I'm from a small community anytime when he came home from work. I was by side. Twenty four seven So I try to just emulate that in raising my kids and it was natural from the time they were little. They'd like to do the same things I did. Hunt Fish Golf basketball and so it was. It was real easy We have a great relationship. is just natural so we we don't go out of our way trying to say out trying to prove the relationship we have. It's natural and once they became men in you know in the NBA. Still a big part. But I didn't WANNA hover. They have to live their own lives. Start really when they chose their would go to. It was their decision. We gave them advice. we could still give them the advice but they're grown men. They have to make their own decision. So we we try to be involved but be at a distance and not hovered and let them liberalizing and grow their family so It was just something that came natural for me. I don't know when that was who the player was because we that's things happen all time. We're especially in the summertime. I try to spend as much time as I can with the both my boys so Yeah I'm just fortunate to have two guys that like to hang out with their father. The podcast is raising fame sports edition with Dell and Sonya Curry. It is produced by cadence. You can find it anywhere. You listen to your podcast. You GotTa March Madness addition coming as we talked about from caches Winston Michigan State Anthony Edwards at Georgia. Who Else am I missing? Open-top and OBI topping from day we've got Junior del forget the lady. Sabrina Serena on the pods. So you can catch catch that anywhere. Del sonal thank you for coming in. Thanks for jumping on. The podcast really really enjoyed this one. Thank you for having us and happy birthday work. Tom.
"sonya" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Everyone welcome to another addition of the word pod here in New York with the first family of the NBA. The curry's Dell and Sonya poor now. Not only the parents of NBA star Steph Curry in Dallas. Mavericks Guard Seth Curry but also the host of new podcast on cadence called raising fame. Sports edition will talk about their new pod. We talk about Steph. Seth daughter Sidell in a lot more and speaking of podcasts. Make sure you're also listening to the low post with Zach Lowe Brian Wind hearst and the hoop collective and the ESPN P. pod with Scott Van Pelt and now Dell and Sonya Curry. Welcome into our Manhattan Studios. This is one. I've really been looking forward to Dell and Sonya Curry who many of you know as merely the first parents of the NBA. Father and mother to Stephan Seth in and their daughters sidell. But also the new hosts of a PODCAST RAISING FAME. Sports edition on cadence. Which is a great podcast. Company used to host the world's pod. And you can go back you. There's already a small archive guys started last month of conversations with Dell and Sonya I about how. They raised their children as parents around sports. But then I how a lot of other parents did everyone from Patrick Mahomes Shaquille O'Neal dwyane Wade Damian. Lillard there's a march madness edition coming caches Winston and Anthony Edwards coming up in March. I welcome in guys. Thanks for literally getting off the plane from Charlotte and and coming right in here. Thanks you know we. We've had a lot of fun with it. we look forward to this Early flight up and off the plane came right here. So we're looking forward to. This is for me now. This is I I. I know this is won't record. I've had steph on the pot of had seth on the podcasts. And now now we've got four curry's who've joined in so let's start here and what we'll talk a little bit the timings. We didn't time it this way. But but stuff's return is is imminent and Golden State. How much elite. It's funny early stuff career and it was a very different kind of injury that there were a lot of. There's always a lot of doubt about those lower leg injuries. A foot ankle injuries. He had you know that really there was a time. His career was he thought might be in peril. Broken hand is it's not certainly wasn't career-threatening nude comeback this year but his parents a little different feeling around this injury now and where stuff is in his career versus the uncertainty early on when he was fighting through those first few years in a League one. He's a little more secure now financially. Secure that he was when Early in his career when he went through the ankle injuries in any talked about his NBA player. Pretty much any professional Player you gotTa have the the legs and the ankles knees. You gotTa have those things working So this one a little different in the hand it was. It was a severe injury Don't get me wrong but you cover the bones with hill System have him. You know. Stay impatient with it. It's low frustrating. That happened so early in the year But he's excited get back. It's been a long process and they've taken their time. I obviously make sure that. Their main guys healed up but He's anxious to get back on the floor and get the body moving again and that kind of have a little slight Different perspective on that. I mean you Never WanNa see your child hurt and we're very competitive family and we know that that passion is just in him to be on the court. He's just always been like that. He's never looked for a reason not to play. But I guess on on my end I was kind of you know we believe got all things happen for a reason and you know he got an opportunity to Congress mentally physically With the makeup of the team this year coming in you know all the focus was going to be on him and from my mom's perspective and an ex NBA players Wise Roussel. Hoecht if it was good to kind of see him resting and see him home having more time with his family But but also watching him you know mentally recoup some and regroup and Rehabilitate not only physically but also mentally doing this time. So that's an interesting point too. And I think People Steph may not show it the way other people do or other players. He's you know I think from the outside and even being around him he's Kinda the same guy every day and he he's not he's not low he's stays in that place where it's a lot easier for him and for people to function but you talk about five straight years of deep playoff runs playing to the end of June. Lots of games. He's played some trying to think of the last time. He played international basketball. But I know he hoped to play. That was on the rise and trying to play playing on the Olympic team. Juice sense that it had taken maybe more of a toll on him than he might lead on to people. Oh absolutely because even during those runs he was playing with injuries. And so you know now getting you know a little bit further into his career. It's hard to to stay game ready mentally and physically all the time and I think you know having some conversations with him Recently about returning or not returning for the rest of the year. That definitely was playing into his psychic. About what decision to actually make you know if he doesn't play you know the cons are if he doesn't play then getting his body back into real game Shape and you know. They want to start off this season on a serious run for another championship. So you won't have much time to get into game shape if you don't get on the court and start playing Sooner than later so absolutely you know we were talking a little bit earlier about staff and Seth and now both of them very secure in the NBA set signed his first big contract in the Lagos four years. Thirty two million with Dallas coming off a a really good season in Portland and I wonder like parents. It's funny when you have kids and you watch to me. One of the interesting things is apparent as you watch. Especially when they're young they fight and they go at it and then you sort of see like you. Kinda know that you've got that they've got someone in the world maybe even when you're gone that's like they've got each other's backs and they're there for each other and that's what I guess you. You probably hope for that. Your kids have that and I talked about Meyers about this in the past and GM golden state. And at a time. When Seth and he played with the G. League team in Santa Cruz he played with the words G. League team he was in and out of the G. League he was in the NBA and ten day contracts He had gone undrafted out of Duke because he played injured essentially his senior year. He put injury that really limited him and it took them longer to and never once did Steph go to Golden State and say you know what Po Po come on like put Seth on the T. I can give roster spot because that's happened through the years there's plenty of stars who have whether it's family or not family. Who Have you know you know who the players aren't illegal? Have the power to add a player. Two or even three on a roster. You ever even remember that idea even coming up. No those never never mentioned And it's something that we just try and still all of our children growing up in that you know you earn everything nothing's given to you You know even while I was an NBA. We have given them everything and made life real easy for them but now we I mean. They had chores around the house if things they had to do And you know if Stephanie done that. is still not know secured thing that seth would've played well and been able to you know sticking NBA So now that was never never mentioned never thought of What have absolutely 'cause we don't even talked about Tom for after finishing his second g league season and last thank God he you know talked to him about playing for the warriors. And of course you wouldn't turn down being put on their roster or assigned by them but he was like no he. He's always wanted to do his own. Thing you said in in the PODCAST is raising fame. Sports edition with Dell and Sonya Curry. You said in one of the pods Were you talked about your own journey with your children and raising your family del that you wanted to keep it normal through your kids childhood. They were growing up around the NBA. I wonder like when you look back now. Was it easier to keep life normal for your kids at the time you played in the NBA. Vers parenting the way. The League has grown and the attention and everything that goes with it. How well known the players are now even role players who are really well known you think it might have been less of a challenge when you were raising your kids. Then it might be now for for staff and for Seth as he grows a family. No question I it was easier With with social media there's no cellphones back then. There was no League pass you can go on and on the NBA's grown so big so much since The days that I was in it was it was it was it was not easy Keeping it normal because the kids knew that they dads and NBA is making some money He's traveling around. We can do pretty much whatever we want He could afford to get anything that we wanted But my wife did a great job of making sure that those that are kids state as normal as possible that they they earned the right to go to the game to go to my practices To do things that You know normal kids would do nothing again. It goes back to the fact that nothing was handed to them we. We gave them the resources that we could but we made sure they stayed hungry but I can't imagine trying to keep things normal in today's NBA. Tell hard and one of the things that I've learned have loved about this experience with the podcast is when you're interviewing these other. Top athletes very accomplished athletes. That that was a common thread that I was surprised to hear about that. I felt like he was more of just our personal beliefs and how we were raising our kids but it was a common thread with every parent. We've interviewed so far Or Guardian of these professional athletes that said when they came home they wanted to make their kids life normal and So it's it's really important It's been interesting seeing how they've kept it normal for their kids in the different sports because they look different so yeah. I wanted my school for twenty seven years. It's hard on parents nowadays. It's a lot of pressure to follow the crowd And so it takes a lot of courage not to and to not feed into the fear of. You'RE GONNA mess your child up. Just parents love them and let home be home. So yeah what what's interesting too about even so far the interviews you've done and the families that you've players and the families that you've talked to a lot of different kinds of family structures A lot of different paths. Listen whether it's a mom whether it's parents whether it's a mom whether it's dwayne Wade to parents separately. We'VE HAD SIBLINGS RAISING SIBLINGS. Younger siblings is that part of like the real. Obviously you..
"sonya" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru
"And how will become wiser and more conscious human beings our guest today sonia co tae is an actress author singer and speaker who shares her powerful journey journey to fully embrace her body in her new book. I'm not naked anymore. Memoirs of a contemporary jazz abell a survivor of childhood sexual abuse the stories of sonya's life center around creative self expression and fully owning her body while having fun in the process after my first edit of her conversation. I became curious as i do about why sonya refers to herself as a contemporary jazz ball and i hadn't asked during the interview so i wrote to sonya and in this story that she sent back to me in email and i thought instead of love condensing it that i would share it with you before jumping into the conversation so in sonia's words when i was fifteen gene and stuck in a small town the only thing that i could do for excitement was attend weekly bible studies that ended in youth group activities. One of those lessons was on this woman named gel from the first testament. King ahab arranged marriage wife. I fell in love with her as much for what was not said about her. As what was the clearly cut out most of her story and only included the nasty parts where she took over her husband's politics when her popularity calamity with her people fell though seeking to take over her husband's office attack the only thing that they could do with a strong woman like that her sexuality. It seems that was the best they could come up with for an insult about her. It was later added on that. She cavorted under full moon ceremonies having wild orgies. This is what was said about pagans and wiccans in my mind she was a strong woman said to be a redhead. A venetian queen allowed out to keep her pagan faith and when her executioner came up for her she sat in her tower and applied her makeup and brushed out her long hair making herself beautiful so so that she could face death in her most regal state the expression thrown to the dogs comes from her death where she was thrown from her tower and her own dogs six eight <unk> her body low leaving only her hands and feet and had. I think she's a hero. If i had that much courage and tenacity vision in and follow through she represents a strong independent incredible woman with admirable qualities is only because of christianity largely erasing or rewriting history of women that she is misunderstood and maligned. It's amazing what happens when you ask. A person question isn't isn't it. I would like to put forward an argument that <hes> sonia coattail makes for a very strong independent tenacious woman. Enjoy the the rest of the episode with sonya. I saw yet welcome to free your inner guru. It's so glad to have you here. I'm so glad to be here. Thank you laura. It's great to see you again so let's jump in with <hes> talking about a little bit about your story. You've written a book called. I'm not naked anymore her and or i'm not naked and in parentheses anymore and giant and let's dive into your story and take the conversation from there because i know we've got a lot of i got a lot of possibilities that we can jump off of well. I wrote the book <hes> the subtitle which is called memoirs of a contemporary very judgemental jessie belle being my former stripping name. I wrote the book <hes> for a number of reasons most notably because it was time that i got got it all out it starts with it was post me too when i decided to rehash the entire book and publish it finally the and it started with my sexual abuse child which in my opinion while it says source of strength for me now it was a rates <hes> impediment to my beginning of my life even right up until probably my early thirties <hes>
"sonya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Sonya what did you have a long night still girls I don't know what it is I feel like with me and my fiance is soon as I have to get up and do something in in the morning that's when we're like really fiving the night before yeah yeah arguing with each other I don't have them to do the next day yeah yeah but I feel like a totally if I have to get up that's when it's like I'm having fun we're playing games is like you know I can you know I got to get up at three forty five yeah and I see a blue cocktail that I tell myself sign you gotta get up you got to get up top people are more now that you just you just wait for it anyway the one that the opportunity is there yeah because we may very well be arguing that exactly you never dollar Jana good mood taken advantage of yeah hi this is don knows I do a girls night on on Tuesdays and this came from my my best friends Jen and Lisa Lisa lack Corsi a lot we decided that we are no offense to our significant others but we wanted at night to ourselves and and I and and I really wasn't doing that a lot I was realizing in my in my relationship with Colin that I didn't I really wasn't have I wasn't having a lot of like a long time our our like friend time with just me and it's so this is back I think in December January we started this so every Tuesday I go out of my girls and and and Jen and Lisa the same way were like you know let's have a night without without disposable justice so yeah just a girls night so every week we do this and we try to go to some place that we've never been before so we accomplish two things we do some bonding actually it was the three things we try to accomplish reduce some bonding we also wanted on all three of us have this little kick in our personality and that is we all really enjoyed having something to look forward to a lot of people have that but I I always I would like to have something that I'm like oh I'm looking forward to this weekend little get away I'm looking forward to my cousin coming into you know what I mean guys you know I I saw something down the hill and down the road and the Tuesday Tuesdays are kind of innocuous like who looks forward to Tuesday you know just kind of a it's Tuesday so we decided to make it Tuesday for that very reason we so we wouldn't be dreading the beginning of the work week someone really has accomplished all of that I look forward to Tuesday's I love it I love trying new places now we did not try a new place yesterday we we went back to something that I named AB fab and the and here we go if you are were missing people in your city last night I know where they are I know where they were last night well go to Chow downtown Minneapolis the need to place the bomb how yeah current me off more than me dawn alone we walk we walked in and you know downtown you know he depends on I have been avenues under construction I told the horrible for the businesses there just because hello it's just it's well a lot of folks that live in the burbs they already fear coming in to downtown because of dealing with traffic and parking I understand but now that they have the construction of Hennepin just making it worse anyway a lot of the restaurants you know are a little slow on a normal Tuesday if there's not a twins game or whatever we walk into Fogo last night then you would have thought they were giving away babies because it was insanely packed and what makes it even stranger is the fact that the facility pogo recently during a before the Superbowl in large their space so it is eight so the fact that it looks busy it means it's really busy because they have I don't know how many tables they can service but it is a giant restaurant I want to like but I yeah I miss the my Tuesday night look at all these it was crazy and I I I I think there was a twins game last night I'm almost positive there was because we went to a secondary location for a post dinner cocktail gosh this is when I feel bad for all of you my straight female friends out there four of the do she is okay I in I mean if you look up douche canoe in the dictionary there will be a picture of vis four guys in a canoe going to do of course light what I mean going down their favorite.
"sonya" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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