32 Burst results for "Stepson"
"stepson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"In 1977 at cpac, I think. Address this in a very smart way. And my. Stepson, David, reminded me of this. The principles of conservatism are sound because they are based on what men and women have discovered through experience. And not just one generation or a dozen. But in all the combined experience of mankind, what we conservatives say that we know something about political affairs and that we know what we know can be stated as principles we're saying that the principles we hold dear are those that have been found through experience. The ultimately beneficial for individuals. For families, for communities and for nations. Found through the often bitter testing of pain, her sacrifice, and sorrow. And so in many ways, some of the younger quote unquote conservatives of our day they're looking for new. New models. They're looking for new philosophies, new ideologies. They don't want to quite abandon conservatism completely. In virtually every case, they
"stepson" Discussed on KOMO
"Hazy sunshine 63°, I'm Rick fancied with Kim shepherd. Here's what's happening. Two more men from Washington state have been arrested for their alleged actions during the attack on the capitol. We get details from northwest news radios Jeff pogal. 40 year old Richard slaughter of orning in his 20 year old stepson caden gottfried were arrested by the FBI and released on personal recognizance following a court appearance in Tacoma. The Justice Department has charged slaughter with assaulting officers with a deadly weapon, interfering with officers during civil disorder and other felony and misdemeanor offenses. Godfried meanwhile is charged with assaulting and impeding officers and other misdemeanor crimes. Court documents accuse the dad of attacking officers with a long pole and distributing pepper spray to other rioters. The sun is accused of being in a mob that pushed back against capitol police. The pair are among the nearly 900 people nationwide that have been arrested in connection with the attack on the capitol. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. A new city of Seattle report is unsparing in its criticism of the Seattle police department over SPD's response to the 2020 chop protest. We learn more from northwest news radio's corwin Hague. Some seattleites remain deeply suspicious of their police force as we are learning this week from public comments during city council budget hearings. SPDs inflated staffing plans and unaccountable budget go hand in hand with systemic racism, violence, and anti democratic norm. Now comes the third and final installment of a report from the Seattle office of inspector general, reviewing SPD's response to the 2020 racial equity protests. The report slams SPD for weaknesses in leadership and lack of transparency and accountability in the department's decision making processes. It especially calls out the now infamous Proud Boys roose, in which officers chatted on the police band about a group of armed white supremacists marching on chop, the officers made it up, knowing protesters were monitoring their chatter. The report concludes the officers involved acted in bad faith and that the ruse could be seen as an example of internalized racism. Corwin Hague northwest news radio in response to the report, the Seattle police department says it is carefully reviewing the findings and will be responding to the recommendation shortly. We've also reached out to the Seattle police officers guild for comments. Coming out, Supreme Court Justices are they fairly compensated on curling Johnson as state commission that set salaries takes up the taxpayer banner
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stepson" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"I'm all right today. Hey everybody, Dennis and Julie and his prager and Julie Hartley. Episode 20, big we're catching up to your age, as you noted last week. Cracks me up. Well, now that I think of it, we're getting closer to my age too. There you go. As Julie's bike on, I don't hear Julie, Sean. Julie's Mike is now Julie didn't turn it on. All right. So much for a Harvard grab. It's the red button. Julie, I am going to ask you a super duper serious question then you have no idea what it is. I only told you that it would be about your sister. I don't know if people know you, you have an older sister who is autistic, but as I know because I have an autistic stepson who lives with my wife and me and you know him pretty well. But he is, of course, easy as easy as a person can get. So to live with, he can't live on his own, but he takes care of himself and he's actually fun. Oh, he's so funny. He's fun, exactly correct. And as I note to people, he's to the right of me. And that is true. Yeah, yes. It's a riot. It's just really. He knows a lot about politics too, seriously. Yes. He used to know what is interesting. So people who know autistic people know that the perseverate. They fixate on one subject and repeat it. So for him, it was weather about half. I know him 20 years, basically. And weather was overwhelming. He greets you with the door and tell you about the cold weather pattern over Minnesota. Right. He's addicted to the weather channel. But that has so evolved, he is now, I would say he's more interested in politics than he is in even in weather. Now he greets you at the door and he says we are going down a bad path with Joe Biden and his president in what's interesting to our viewers. I just want to tell you, you would think that it comes from Dennis. But it does it. He listens to his own shows right now on YouTube. If anything, you're telling him to come back more to the center. Oh, I could even. This is truly hilarious. So a woman we love. As worked for me and then for me and my wife, so I must know her 25, 30 years. I mean, she's just, she's a very special religious kind responsible woman. When we go away, she stays in the house to be with, to be with Brandon. And she's from Mexico originally. So he's going, you know, so when we're not there, he just talks to her the whole AT. She is, she is sort of a, she's learned her English in large measure from him. It's because he just talks on and on. Anyway, it's just hilarious when he'll say, oh, you know, all these Mexicans coming over the border. I will quietly note to him, you know, this woman whom you loves me. But it's somewhat of an abstraction and they're not good at abstractions. Anyway, so to get to the serious point, so you have a sister who's not in his league in functionality. She's quite severely autistic. And even on occasion you've told me that she's been violent, which he has never been. So it's a very difficult part of your life and your parents life, your sister. And my heart goes out to all of you, truly, and you know what those. Thank you. Well, you're welcome, but it's so heartfelt. It isn't meant and it doesn't matter. I feel for you a lot. And your parents especially. So I have never asked you this. We've never even hinted at a discussion on it, and I don't have a clue what you'll see. So you're becoming more sophisticated in your outlook on God and life, what how do you reconcile God and your sister's condition?.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The World According to My Autistic Stepson
"Going to ask you a super duper serious question then you have no idea what it is. I only told you that it would be about your sister. I don't know if people know you, you have an older sister who is autistic, but as I know because I have an autistic stepson who lives with my wife and me and you know him pretty well. But he is, of course, easy as easy as a person can get. So to live with, he can't live on his own, but he takes care of himself and he's actually fun. Oh, he's so funny. He's fun, exactly correct. And as I note to people, he's to the right of me. And that is true. Yeah, yes. It's a riot. It's just really. He knows a lot about politics too, seriously. Yes. He used to know what is interesting. So people who know autistic people know that the perseverate. They fixate on one subject and repeat it. So for him, it was weather about half. I know him 20 years, basically. And weather was overwhelming. He greets you with the door and tell you about the cold weather pattern over Minnesota. Right. He's addicted to the weather channel. But that has so evolved, he is now, I would say he's more interested in politics than he is in even in weather. Now he greets you at
"stepson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sides and by the way which parties are abusers to the genocide taking place now in communist China And their media NBC that hasn't said a word As the report on skaters and toboggans and skiers and all the rest of it as if they're in some chateau in France or Switzerland When that very same country is rounded up millions of human beings and put them in death camps and concentration camps NBC With all of its resources there and communist China not one word Can you imagine what they're going to write about this 50 years from now 30 years from now But NBC doesn't care It's seen the example of The New York Times Didn't hurt The New York Times they cover up what Stalin did to the Ukrainians in 1932 It didn't hurt The New York Times to cover up what Hitler was doing to the Jews Yes and I'll say it over and over again So they figured what the hell NBC We decide what the news is Our colleagues are a bunch of lap dogs and these other press platforms We all bark in the same tune They're not going to criticize us and of course they don't Member of parliament Melissa landsman struck back cut to go I am a strong Jewish woman and a member of this house in the descendant of Holocaust survivors and I have never made it's never been singled out and I have never been made to feel less except for today when the prime minister accused me of standing with swastikas I think he owes me an apology I'd like an apology and I think he owes an apology to all members of this house Three times And he wouldn't Three times Because the level of anti semitism on the left whether it's America whether it's Canada regardless of these so called democratic countries is growing It's growing in Germany It's growing in the full European Union growing in our country It's growing in Canada So it's okay It's okay just don't talk about any other minorities The Jews okay So here we go again potentially Now David lametti Canadian justice manner on Canadian TV yesterday has a message for Trump supporters Cut three go Look you're just compared people who may have donated to this to the same people who are funding maybe a terrorist I just want to be clear here sir this is a really important A lot of folks say look I just don't like your vaccine mandates and I donated to this Now it's illegal Should I be worried that the bank can freeze my account What's your answer to that Well I think if you are a member of a pro Trump movement who's donating hundreds of thousands of dollars and millions of dollars to this kind of thing then you ought to be working That's not what he's that's not what's going on here That people give him 20 bucks 50 bucks a hundred bucks 5 bucks That's where they're going after Go ahead What if you're a Canadian citizen who donated 500 bucks to it Well I think if you're a tracker trailer owner whose employee has taken the truck and that has been sitting here in our office for three weeks And perhaps you gave that person permission you may now actually lose your truck awards Under this And I think you ought to be worried in that circumstance And I think that's a very important tool that we've been through They're going to take your license away They're going to freeze and take over your bank accounts In certain cases they're going to take your children away in certain cases They're going to take your dog away You wonder how tyranny spreads How could people just sit back and watch this people used to say About events of the past and dictatorships and Marxism and the rise of these regimes How could it happen It's such a free country Remember the videos months ago in Canada Where the Canadian royal mountain whatever the hell they call them Remember Hello we're dragging preachers out of their churches Remember the picture about a week ago the video where they were taking an old man had to be in his 80s So the Canadian royal mountain whatever they are Remember they had one at an arm and were dragging him You remember that Take all black and white films from the old days Now mister producer David lametti Canadian justice minister You want to see if he'll come on this program Tell him I'm just an old former chief of staff to an attorney general of the United States We have a massive radio audience of over 14 million.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"stepson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"There and let him give a shot. I mean, we've lost Alabama two times with the same quarterback, you know? And you've got Alabama. Hey, that was all I was trying to say to our last caller. I'm not saying that the 5 straight positions had anything to do with stetson Bennett but he is responsible for a lot of what didn't go right. And in the second half, Alabama had that quick touchdown, Georgia four three straight punch, but stetson screwed it up because he threw two interceptions. Exactly. So and then when we went four tonight, we should have took the points, but we've got to give JT a shot. That is unfair to that kid. He's got a big arm. And you know he's but red dog. Why? At that point in the game, didn't he come in? That's all I'm asking. I have no anything else. I have no idea. I have no idea why they did. But this is where Kirby's art has opened himself up to past criticism. Justin Fields and everything. Of course, I agree a 100%. You know? Simon did it against us with tua. So, I mean, you've got to be willing to make that change in the middle of the game. I mean, one Alabama national championship when he took out Jalen hurts and put two in. So, you know, hopefully it's different next time. So, but go dogs. I'm still a fan to see Paul. Yeah, anyway. And by the way, many, many people were wrong, including myself. I'm not yelling at Georgia fans because they were wrong. I'm just trying to understand from them about all the things that they said, denigrating Alabama, all the things that they said in relation to where we would be today. That's all. That's all I am trying to say. And answering my question is Shannon did about stepson Bennett by telling me how great Bryce young wise really doesn't tell me anything I didn't already know. Clearly something is going on. There were plenty of opportunities in that third and fourth quarter for Kirby smart to put JT Daniels in. Why didn't he as what I'm asking you? Yeah, the defense played a big role. And obviously Kirby was counting on his defense to do what it had done in 12 previous games. And they didn't. But that still doesn't answer the conundrum on the offensive side. Let's take a break. We have a lot to do. We're only an hour in, even though it feels like we've been here for a couple of days. Guests will continue to drop by and so will your phone calls..
WABE 90.1 FM
"stepson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Page Stop to think about it What would happen if he did You might call him the bookend Bond the first whose movies comprise a continuous narrative showing us the beginning middle and end of OO seven's career That sort of legacy is something that Barbara broccoli and Michael G Wilson understand Though the daughter and stepson of Albert cubby broccoli who started the Bond series with his partner Harry saltman together they've produced the last 9 Bond movies It was their decision to replace prior Bond Pierce Brosnan with Daniel Craig And with their new star came a new tone Here's Barbara broccoli The films have always sort of reflected the times after Pierce Brosnan I mean we had 9 11 And we felt we had gone too far You know into the realm of believability So coming back and having the gift of Casino Royale to use to reboot the franchise and we started with such a gift I mean it was it was a perfect opportunity When I understand double those have a very short life expectancy That was Craig in 2006s Casino Royale and updated but still faithful adaptation of the first Bond novel It gave us a more brutal and more vulnerable bond than we'd seen in movies before and it restarted the story from scratch making Bond a green whose mistakes have consequences Pierce Michael Wilson James Bond is now a superhero He said human being That's one of the things that Daniel wanted to emphasize when he took on the role He always wanted a man who would bleed and be hurt and suffer physically as well as mentally And that's why you know I'm Casino Royale They torture seamless So effective It's the simplest thing to cause more pain than a man who can possibly enjoy He's a real person And that's what makes him heroic in our opinion more heroic than say a superhero The next film quantum of solace picked up the story right where Casino Royale left off making it the first real sequel in a franchise where one and done adventures had been the norm Here again Barbara broccoli This character was going to be evolving it that we wanted to track the evolution The emotional evolution of the character became very important to us Emotional evolution Bond was rarely seen to mature before or even to age It didn't matter whether he was being played by svelte 29 year old one off Bond George lazenby This never happened to the other fellow Or a visibly creaky 57 year old Roger Moore He was ageless The Craig era put an end to that too The world's new Don commander In the new movie bond is a retiree Of course it wouldn't be much of an adventure if another dire threat didn't call him back into service You get in my way I walk at a billet in your knee The one that works What separates a story from a legend Stories end James Bond so long a legend is a story now He has a timeline I'll.
Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"stepson" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"And it was from that place that kind of really got the ball rolling and personal development and then the lord really took me and led me down a path with him that your different business failures and Just life fate failures in generale calling out to the lord of y. You know i don't understand. Why aren't these things working. Why did you give me kids. If i can't love them the way that you want me your love them. You know but i continually ask the question. Why and i get people saying like questioning award and we question the lord. He can handle this. Don't go to somebody else. Go to you know and it feels funny elstein large yet and sometimes you know we're being upset that this is what was going on in your life but he's the one who can handle it and as long as you're continually coming back to him he will prove himself to be true to you and be faithful in and not that he has to prove that to a spike. Your eyes will be opened so fast for a little bit. I ended up in christian like coaching school. And in that in that space we were highly encouraged. Hey if you're going to be coaching christian you need to be walking with the lord and on a consistent basis spending time with the lured. And so i really got my habit and not place of spending daily time with the lord and that's where the real work started to happen in my life because at that point i'm able to recognize his voice cause i'm learning his voice. I'm hearing him. I'm spending more time with him. And so he led me through that in to A friend asked me to come on her podcast and talk about anger because we just had a moment where we could talk all night about it and the girl you need to get on here and talk to mom my my audience about anger and working through that and the rest is kind of history after that point moms recalling what what do we do. We're clear this. Wow that is so awesome. So how how old were your girls when this transformation took place As far as which part of the transformation as far as going through the life coaching and then realizing okay. I have to spend time with the lord. You know what i'm saying. Yeah yep yep being route was back at my my certificate for two thousand sixteen when i finished school and i'm trying to think two thousand sixteen my oldest is now and we have fourteen in eleven so they were younger little bit. You know just coming into their younger or or mid teen or teen years snow on on. I'm asking because it's so funny because your your story is pretty much like my story. I thought i was delivered from anger. Just because we give heart to jesus and everything's just you know find dandy so my wife is very passive quiet. My son stepson. He's you know they're they're just very they're very quiet. They're not expressive. Like i am. That's what i like to call expressive Yet and so. Even being a pastor a leader in ministry all of that there was this one point in time where me and my son got an his heated situation. And that's where this anger came out of me. That i had never seen before everything that i said. I wouldn't be in that thirty seconds i became and i'm like what just happened and i was teaching twelve step. I was teaching recovery restoration. All of that. I i knew exactly what to do so kind of like when when you had the the analysis you knew okay. Here's pinpoints triggers. Here's how you resolve it. Here's this here's that but then when it's in your face it's like oh my gosh and so i literally went through this twelve step program and the second time there. I was sitting there going. Why am i here. And i'd literally heard the lord. Say because i want you to see that you don't even belong here. You know exactly what you need to do. And at that point is when my whole trajectory changed and even through that my wife and my son were still kinda like on eggshells. And i finally just had that moment and i said listen. I'm not gonna prove this to you for the rest of my life. I'm making this change. I know that i'm making an. I don't want to tell you that making it i'm gonna show you and from that moment forward until now it's still that daily process people. Ask me how do you how do you. How did you get free from it. I i'm not free from it. I'm for you to understand it now. I understand where i'm coming from. I understand where those triggers come from stepfather childhood abuse. all of those things And so that's why. I was just wondering about what age they were at and then just them seeing the transformation like yeah how. How did they cope with that knowing. You know one day moms this and then now she's this. How did how did they go through that transition. Yeah awesome question okay so It was very gradual for me and i would definitely say that my youngest. We actually chuckled about this. I don't know probably a couple of years ago. My oldest and we. We were laughing. 'cause shame youngest looks at me and she's like you're being so mean and scare you know because i was seen stern and raise my voice a bit to her. You know and and i look at each other and she like she. You got no idea. What mom's meaning can be and slow which was true because through my growth it got less and less as far as my destructive bieber and what i was doing. I wanna talk about that in a few minutes with that. Difference between destructive behavior in regular anger or normal bombing or.
Overheard at National Geographic
"stepson" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"The sprawling capital of the philippines and the center of a violent government. Crackdown on the drug. Trade city is awash with crime scenes. Neighbors come out of their homes to look at the victims and watch the authorities. Take them away. Hannah reyes morales was among the reporters who cover these crime scenes between twenty sixteen in two thousand eighteen and she saw how people tried to go on about their daily lives amid such violence. I had seen this family where you know. Of course the baby was crying. someone was shot And the baby was having trouble going to sleep. And i just saw a mom. Trying to sue the child. And i thought hm super interesting you know like lullabies are actively being used as a way to create safety in this very very violent and firemen also thought about winter. Her four year old stepson moved into an apartment with her not too long ago and how she tried to soothe him with a lullaby then the sounds of the place of the city was new to him. The environment the bed he was sleeping on everything was new so he was just getting really apprehensive. I had a moment of panic. And i picked him up and then i started singing and i realized when i was doing that I started to ask myself. who's fears. Was i really assuaging. Was it his or was it also mine. Ns curiosity led her around the world. Documenting songs nighttime rituals for a project called living loa buys is they do love is e no learn by have been. He loves have buso. Mona is is one of those grandmother. Very involved in her grandchildren's lives. Mona idrees is a syrian refugee and a met in thai turkey. Mona's neighbors would threaten to call the police and report her grandsons crying so in the middle of the night she would get up and in fear you know. She would hold the baby and start singing and for her. The lullaby is a prayer to god showing how people comfort each other when things are tough strong theme in hannah's work then i think between the story and all my other stories where i've always been asking the question of what constitutes how we make safety for ourselves. One of the things that i learned from what low bias is. How how much the song. Which is so old and so universal really connects us not just across geographical locations but also through time and i think that gave me a lot of comfort you know that as human beings. We have this instinct. We have this instinct to to comfort to suv in the face of all these sort of difficult things that i've been photographing that has been truly one of the greatest gifts of working on this story. I'm peter gwen. And you're listening to overheard at national geographic. A show where we eavesdrop on the wild conversations. We have here at nat. Go and follow them to the edges of our big weird beautiful world this week. I talked to photographer hannah. Race morales. who's covered. The war on drugs in the philippines enforced marriages in cambodia. She'll share what it was like growing up in manila. It how she got her start in photojournalism. Inner journey to document ways. People find refuge in mr turmoil. More after this guy. Kyle and national geographic are working together to make your life a lot easier getting quote with gyco mentioned your nat ju affiliation and you could get a special discount on geico's already low rates visit geico dot com slash nat. Go to see how much you could save. That's geico dot com slash nat. Go great rates great service and a whole lot more geico dot com slash nat go. I grew up in a very messy manila. I always say. I'm from the messy parts of an alarm for manila manila What does that mean. The messy parts had an insular childhood. In that i wasn't really allowed to go out into the streets My mom didn't feel safe for me to go outside the streets but my house was very much a bustling home. It was you know we had about a dozen to to fourteen. Sixteen people at a time depending on which relatives were visiting. Who is coming in and out of the diaspora. It was a very bustling house. I grew up. I never had my own bed Really you can have your own bed now. I never had my own bed sharing or your bed sharing. We had a room that i shared with my mom and whoever relative needed space at the time And yet it was just very much a busy busy home in so said people were sort of going and coming a lot with his traveling abroad was that were they part of this diaspora that you were talking about. I think at the time. I didn't really understand the meaning of diaspora. You know as a kid from your point of view people were just leaving all the time you had your some of your best friends suddenly going into places where you can only imagine and then they would sometimes come to visit and there would be completely different people and suddenly they had an american accent. They had gone to camp things that you would watch on television You know they were going to high schools where they didn't have to wear a uniform as like what you know like in cousins really Most of my cousins now live abroad and most of my relatives and my aunties live abroad. And also the experience of just being the one left behind As everybody started leaving was an interesting experience. Because you then have these cousins. Were younger than us. Sending you hand-me-downs from the us you would get in the philippines. We have this thing called bullock by and boxes and these are the boxes that The diaspora will then send home. So you know. Every time we'd have one of those boxes at i'd be back home. And i would be looking through the objects there. And you know exclaiming how it smells like america. even. If i hadn't been there he had been to america Like what would be in the box like what kind of things it would be old clothes. It'd be toiletries. it.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"stepson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So then we moved to on. We moved to mary and mary sorry before mary. We see whitney whitney is at her house and she's planning a birthday party for her husband's children which is really good. I think it's a huge step for them because she said that he was a strange last season from his disappeared relationships. Very clearly like this show. Maybe has mended some fences with them because they could probably see. How lovely whitney and her husband. Dr stepson's arrive there win. Like less than ten years age difference attire. She here they were out of twenty. Twenty twenty twenty four twenty nine in they have twenty four or twenty nine kency twenty six twenty twenty nine twenty six and twenty three and windiest thirty four. Which i here's always so funny and did okay. So i noticed when they first came in like when he had this bathing suit odd and then as they took the shot she put on her hoodie. And i thought that was way. Because these guys there could be. This could be my girl and they could be like looking at early. All these other men there and the sweat sweat jumpsuit. That she had on was brooks merit of sons jumpsuit. If you paid us into oh. I didn't even notice that was brooks but she. They take shots or having a good time she can get. I'm pretty sure blackout drunk. All rocks her stepson's birthday cake three times twice..
Hacking Your Leadership
"stepson" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Where don't see a lot of people who look like them is the most important thing we can do is. That's how you give people a sense of belonging. You acknowledge that walking into the room and believe me as an african american man. I've lived this life all my life i lived. I went to graduate school in iowa. Okay so i remembered getting there and the dean sang now listen. This isn't florida where you grew up south florida which is incredibly diverse. You're coming to. I mean a very very white place and he said this is the world. But i want you to know i am here. Support you as you go. If you need my support. By the way he was cribs he said. I don't wanna play one of the most dangerous thing. Stepson obscene in diversity. Work is when people assume that. I'm gonna need your help. I don't want paternalistic diversity. It's the most annoying thing in the world When we come help you young black boy. I'm like no no stop it. I kind of now. If i need help i want to know that i can come to you and you will listen to me and listened to here not to respond like those sorts of things right so yes but let me say something else. That's really important. And i think over time is going to become even more issue and i tell you i worked. What reminds me of it. Is the story that you just described the. But but i worked at viacom and viacom at the time when i was there everyone knows a on. Mtv bt paramount pictures you name blockbuster and then the point is a couple of years into my tenure there. We acquired b. e. t. black entertainment television. And i got to tell you how funny it was to see Minority communities and a majority enviroment act the same way or behave engage in the behavior that we complained about right. And where am i going with that. You just described the situation. You walk in everyone's blackwell. That was a bt. I remembered literally talking to an executive saying there's another employee showtime networks one of our sister companies asian woman who wants to come work at bt. And i said she's not gonna make it here..
The Basement Yard
"stepson" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Joey why do you make it seem like this is something that would happen to people. I think it's like enough people know about it. Like i guarantee we're going to start to get messages about people only on. I found like a stiff. You know like fucking like slipper titled shit that people were just like coming gucci slide. Yeah that'd be cool. No i would not why not wait. How did you know the thing was so stiff. When you found you pick it up. It was flat and it stayed flat when i moved the bed. Because it was it was between the i already said it was whatever it was a dachshund whereas the wall and i moved the bed and it just like fell down if sock makes a noise comes on unless it's a rolled up like nike tube. Sock throw at the wall. Yeah any noises. Terrifying and this thing was sharp. This was your roommate knows my brother. Oh right right right right right. Maybe they were tandem twins. They're i'm not twin. Brothers left that part out so like if your twin and you're jerking off the other one. No he's jerking you off actually telepathically. That is weird. Wait there was. These aren't twins. i don't think i don't know. Won't they're twins siamese when they're connect is that accepted or is there a new word because i don't yeah i think it's joint people. You made that. Ah did i hate it. I think that's okay but i. There was a siamese twins. Diametic cya being That one of them was dating somebody. Whoa and a picture actually came out of one of them. Blowing boyfriend is their siamese twin porn. What do you put on the door for that. You have to make some sort of wish both to do college real in our frat we had. We put curtains over our bed when we were like trying to bang selling the other person. I wonder if the siamese twin like look like a hospital bed really upset. Now we go to target and like you know the windows are like maybe a half size window like kitchen like lengthwise. Yes we would just by those who to wrap our bunk bed with them. Then we put bungee. This is all every girl wanted to sleep well. Hdtv no let's sleep. Trevor wallis and brock listeners stepson so it was just like a bunk bed with bungee cords. And then we'd string it up and then you'd be like oh why don't you step into my fortunes fortunates interview. This is what they do in prison. I think we're going to gloss over the fact that you just said brock listener stepson and but yet one hundred percent like frat houses or like college dorms. There's no sense of boundaries. Like someone and be like dude. Don't open your eyes. i'm fucking them right. Also open your eyes. you gotta see hot. Yeah just like watching them when they're ever seen from delta game. It's not her home. But i don't know what it was like girls like when they come back they okay. Bunk bed the new. Like close the little curtain. Oh wall lights in there. Oh yeah yeah. I mean it was not good then in college. We set the bar solo. That girls are just impressed by the dumbest shit. Yeah and it's like. Oh my god you have fucking like christmas lights around your.
Reuters Reveals Biden Pressed Ghani to ‘Change Perception’ Before Afghan Collapse
"Reuters today released excerpts from last call between Biden and Ghani before the Afghan president fled. They talked for about 14 minutes on July, 23 is the Taliban advanced rapidly. Biden told his counterpart of a perception that the fight against the Taliban was not going well. Quote. There is a need, whether it's true or not the project a different picture, Biden said. Comments or indication by knew it was a matter of time before the Taliban. One. The months leading up to the withdraw by unpredicted pullout would go smoothly. Now Can we impeach the president over a phone call? This was the brilliant point made by my stepson, David. Now Can we impeach a president over a phone call? Ladies and gentlemen. He wanted to now departed Afghan president to create the perception, quote unquote that his government was capable of holding off the Taliban. This has been transcribed now. Four weeks before a couple collapse. Connie pleaded for more air support money for soldiers who had not been paid to To rise in a decade. Transcript obtained by Reuters revealed two leaders oblivious to the impending disaster, an American president focused on spinning the message. Hello. Kevin McCarthy. Where's Mitch McConnell today? Where? Where is he? At some cafe in Washington? I don't know. Quote. I need to tell you the perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I believe is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the Taliban. And there is a need, whether it's true or not, There is a need to project a different picture. Biden says.
The War on Morons
"stepson" Discussed on The War on Morons
"To snow dot com check. If he was cheating obviously they are the arbiters of truth. You know it would have said no. And then they could have saved their marriage Hookers taibbi and a lot of people. They de no leicester's wieser servility crack. Who are not true fake news anyway. Let me copy something from a usa. Today yeah snow purvis liars and plagiarists. Great well speaking of perverts. Millions were stolen from a health fund at the millions were spent at an adult website so this story gets million percent. Yeah yeah Millions of dollars on porn again. Yes you might be wondering how that prolific of a pornography addict could access millions of dollars. Well it all starts in tampa florida at if you have that much time on his hands to earn it right right well. He didn't The university of south for could florida's medical school on had an accounts manager who embezzled almost thirteen million dollars He spent most of that at an adult website. He's a fifty nine year old man and he has been. He's facing up to twenty years in prison for this Basically he camera websites correct. Correct cam girl website. So he's the twelve million dollars sin. Yes i mean money you you're in florida and you've got millions and millions of dollars. I mean there's plenty of women there that will let you fucking sugar daddy or whatever you don't have to go on the internet it'd be like eggo. Let me give you twenty dollars. Let me give you a hundred dollars. It's not getting complicated than that. There was a scheme underlying. All of this money did come back to. He didn't just spend it all on the camp girls what he would do. Is he subscribed to a channel belonging to his stepson's fiance family business and they split almost seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in profits with him taking sixty percent of that of his. So he's simply real genius businessman so he stole thirteen million dollars iraq. He spent twelve million dollars on porno websites right but he did make a profit on revenue of about three or four hundred thousand correct and he. He split the other part of that with Stepson and his stepson's fiance. This guy can work in the treasury department. These days the only twelve million award. Or i can see you in a little computer screen. She was cute. I gave her a couple of hundred grand. Might not he imagined the shit storm that took place when the university detected this fraud. They detecting it back in november. I have to imagine a lot of heads. Roll a lotta heads. i wanna know how they detected. Wouldn't it be funny if they detected it because somebody the university was trying to like you know they were looking for a side hustle to make the make ends meet and then they see as guy gives me this gave me. The three hundred thousand dollar tip is not a finance guy bracket were should we say anything. Oh my god what you know honestly well has it much more to say about that one. Yeah we can move on. I've got kind of continues on that note. Although not anywhere near as prolific. It is kinda funny so this was out of britain so there is a guy and he had a foot finish Get a foot of session and he would call some reason you would call. Nhs about so. That's like the national health service in. This is really funny so this guy would put on an act pretended to be an elderly woman. He's a forty five year old man. He did a voice like an old lady and he. Hey any calls to ask any chess workers about their feet really see how was worse when you call a clinic by all i e all year old woman and i've got cool bunions and they heard. Can you tell me about your feet. How do you take care of them. On a supple. All it's me was guy. I did it the long distance. Bill's going to be a killer. This month i worry know man somehow descendant of cost them twenty one thousand pounds. I'm wasted with the old woman would finish. I mean to be fair costs. Dna just twenty thousand pounds. He got he got off for free. Yea all lost was his dignity. There you go. Meanwhile out utah. Governor cox has responded to a letter demanding that he changed his foul dirty and obscene surname. I don't really know much more. I can say about that But i love the letter. It starts off with a great sentence. All just read the first sentence here and it'll set the tone for the whole damn thing. I do not know if you know this. But when people say you're cerny it sounds like the word cokes obscene us. Decent people here in utah will not four hundred this. This has to be the second ted. Nancy so letter from signed off love of very concerned citizen. And it's not looking at this letter and it's it's long this is a this is like a or fairs. This issue they claim. Oh man i mean if black lives matter can burn down buildings in the streets. I'm really afraid to see what the social justice movement for. Change the surname of cox. Two further down the governor's mansion because he's raping them with his horrible names every time he does the state of the state address every time. He runs for re-election they gotta see the billboards everywhere. I mean i. I'm on the side of this Concerned simpson than any does look like the picture is him. Look like this. Like oh.
Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"stepson" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Would. Just try and mask some of these payments invoices for large sums of money and he got away with it for a long time kind of weird. I'm trying to imagine a just to give an example nolan. Ben and i as a part of our duties as producers here executive producers. We have to do a thing where we cite invoices right. If we make a payment on behalf of the company for some service some good some recording equipment or some studio time we have to go through and report exactly what that is. Give her a seat you know. Give a reason for spending that money. Well ralph had to do the same kind of thing but the people around him the people you know who he reported to apparently were just not noticing or looking the other way or worse. Well i mean you know as we know being part of a large organization like like we are This seemed to be relatively small nonprofit corporation. compared to me. And i'm like iheartradio is a massive company and I think we've all you know to varying degrees Been behind on those expense reports and usually only get robo emails. It's not like we have someone knocking down our door saying hey where those expense report where those tps reports you know. Nobody is really doing that. So it's pretty common. I think for things like that to lapse. Y- we're not reporting is because we're doing anything nefarious. It's usually because we're just underwater. Haven't gotten a chance to get to it yet. And it's usually very obvious based on what we're buying and it's going to somebody you know it's not like we're stockpiling this but matt. This is not what was happening with this story. This was going to a very specific thing. it seems like it would have immediately raise the red flag if not just for this reason alone agree We're not doing anything wrong. And i'm just Stressing that but this this guy was and he was going to a weird place. Go into places. I'm gonna start on the lower end the stuff that's reported later in all the articles that you can read about this before we get to the juicy thing. No if that's okay lease spoil it. This guy is accused according to the tampa bay times of making around six hundred fifty thousand dollars in payments to llc that was owned by himself and his wife. she's like personal travel flight. Three hundred seventy five thousand dollars in personal travel. Can you imagine traveling that much. They cannot on travel a lot and we know those bills about to nowhere near that. Yeah how how will this one hundred ninety thousand dollars in rent payments trying to think of how much i've paid in rent over the course of my life. It's a lot of houses. A lot of places that i've rented. Don't think i get anywhere near that. So i'm wondering you know there's no breaking down of these numbers in these articles but yes in the court proceedings. I'm sure they're doing that One hundred and twenty one thousand dollars in house improvements. Oh no how will this twenty one grand in cell phone bills grid. Why cell phone bills like honored. Have i pay for my m. my mom's cell phone bill and it's two hundred dollars a month not a little less like what could possibly doing. But i don't know how to roaming died as a lot of romi. He also sent one hundred dollars to his wife's pay pal account. So you know that was really the nail in the coffin there but no. Let's listen to the main reason why we're talking about this as strange news. This guy found a way. Somehow i think this is one of the one of the main cruxes of why he agreed why he's pleading guilty. Why he signed the plea agreement back in june. He was funneling money to a website called my girl fund dot com now. What we're gonna talk about here. If anyone's listening and their children or younger people maybe consider pausing or skipping forward. I'll just say before we go any further. This is a. This is an adult website for adult things that we're going to discuss okay. We'll we'll continue. We only fans type stitch mad and like porn hub premium Like i just think any of the details. Say it's like a camp site if that makes sense but it's adult like chat campsite. I don't jeter bait probably chatter bait. Is that what it is. They got clearly not sorry. Sorry i really show my head here. all right. we'll start. The kids are gone. What is chatter bait. I don't even know what that is. It's just a campsite. It's a campsite that involves communication back and forth. I don't use it. I'm just i'm keyed in to the internet and the zeitgeist guys. I just know about this stuff. But it's yeah it's something where you can. Have you know direct communication. You can give gifts. You can give tips. You know it involves chatting directly and you can. Have you know the performers do certain things on how much you tip so point being is it's not a subscription service and it could be it. All bets are off thing. Where if you're really have a problem in some sort of like porn addiction rabbit hole. You could be dropping mad cash on a particular performer of your choice. That would be like Outrageous well you may think that. That's what ralph was doing but it seems like there's something else that plays well he according to the tampa bay times We said twelve point. Eight six million dollars in total that he embezzled well. Eleven and a half million of that went to my girl. Fund dot com. She's eleven and a half million dollars before you think. Wow this guy just was. Yeah like you said really into a few people and gave them a lot of money He was actually embezzling this money with they think authorities stink with the help of a family or a close family associate. Let's say i believe. They said he was his stepson's fiance. They reportedly an excel document that showed around seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars in profits that they had made through somehow giving money to this website and buying credits with that money. Because it's like a they've got a credit system where you use your your actual currency to buy the credits. Then you donate those credits to the person. The page of the person laundering. Cover up kind of kind of thing. Yeah this is. That's why i wanted to talk about it. It's really it's just something that i don't have a full understanding of what i'm interested in because it it reminds me of some of the scams. You can do with a gift card that you would buy totally from somewhere and then you put money. That's kind of. Ill gotten onto onto a card like that. Then you use that card or you can cash out that card. It's kind of like that. Only they were funneling it through this particular website so whatever they did because we don't know exactly we know that they were funneling tons and tons of money through this website. The question is whether or not the the people who run the website and the finances of the website. Had any idea it was happening because surely that was the large trip like those are large transactions. Yeah right or was it were just was it just the two of them working together. How else were they funneling. This money through this is what we have from the. Um essay according to the tampa bay times This full the full report that was generated found that the internal controls. You know after all of this stuff went down right. And several people got fired including ralph. Ralph fired his like an auditor got fired in another superior gunfire. This is why they found their controls for preventing fraud were weak. The university's internal audit team identified numerous transactions where he was just processing entries in a way that concealed his actions and it says they have since implemented enhanced control structures including upgrading financial reporting systems to better protect against criminal. Act.
DSC On Demand
"stepson" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Bar here. Oh dave battle of the sexes. I'm very excited. We have an extra special treat this morning. Battle of the sexist fans. If the ladies win today lauren for you. I'm going to play a selection from guns nut roses. If that pleases you. I hope yes yes it does. It does and paul the fellas win. Today i'm going to play the brand new rolling stones song which we just this morning called something about your heart right. So that's a little motivation here. For battle of the sexes. Everyone ready to play. Yes yes all right three questions for the guys that pretty much any lady should be able to answer three questions for the lady that pretty much any guys should be able to answer. Is anybody want to claim that the questions are unfair ahead of time. I'll give you right over. Questions are not fair. sarah run you. Girls would be easy. You say that's right that's right. Please please direct all your complaints and hate towards sarah who wrote our questions as usual today. Here we got ladies you get to go first question number one ladies who which broadcaster asked the famous question. Do you believe in miracles. I sailed faded away. Oh my i know what this is about. Can i know that it happened. And i don't know let's go out of michael. Yeah right emily. Absolutely tell michael it all right team all right ladies are up one to nothing here. We go guys tie up now and by the way guys. You're leading this contest. I should've pointed out ten kyaw tonight. An insurmontable league. It's markets the travis screen guys listening today producers in the. It's what what does he answer. The question is was courtney. Kardashian's was wasn't that the question. Yes travis travis starts with a b. yom travis baker travis barker initials ki-be travis barker eastside a basketball player. That tram something he he did say travis barker he's right he got the question without me even asking it. I think that should be two points. Don't you think okay all right. Yes delightful travis barker. Is courtney cardiac per your impartiality. Is good for me. Good for you. I wouldn't let courtney please lawrence business on this thing. Taser question two ladies. Here you go. You're up how many sons and daughters does don corley own aka the godfather. Oh paul's mad about this. Because he is the godfather daughter he knows. The sons and daughters does the godfather have. Can i answer sir. What do you think ladies. What's the grand total. Does he have sons. Does he have daughters any combination. What do you have three four five somewhere. I don't know three or four five. Something like nascar rally no come on castle. Any need an answer. Ladies give me something sir. What sorry. time's up. He has three sons and one daughter. Yep that's three. Thomas stepson tom. He considers a tom. Tom hagen your is your friend child. That's right. That's a good. It's a very good point. I can't give you that one. This is the chance guy on raw. Can we bring the congressman. And on the congressman. Here here here here yo. L woods is the main character in what chick flick. paul doesn't know l. one big little lives. The one that got drunk got yellow police officer. Big little is set. Your answer paul We don't know reese weatherspoon race witherspoon move. What she's may impose legally blonde. Good paul commercial assistance him. The answer for that guy. He's guys against girls. He started so. I all here up one witherspoon which is wrong. Every in the rain reading comprehension ca veterans to talk about focus. This unique to at least for a tie right. What does a t. v. stanford all-terrain vehicle. That's a win right there. Time vehicle right out of the box. Emily nicely done all right guys end. Tv's up guys you can put it away right now. You're ready. what term. What does the term chick lit mean. What does chick lit mean lit. What is the term clitoral mean growth. Have too much to drink a girl that was the gum. Female female is not chocolate is. It's a book that's Traditionally it's It's written for young ladies. It's ladies literature. Hot latest book targeting. You don't get that one point tiebreaker. Oh so here we go ladies you wanna go first or second today. They want to go second guys. You're going to answer the question. I the number paul. You're gonna answer this question for me. Okay in mainstream square dancing. How many square dance calls. Are there faster congress. That fifty fifty fifty is your answer. Fifty fifty fifty fifty is the answer. And now lauren. You will give me your answer. Closest wins were forty nine nine. It's silly guy. I one nine nine done sixty nine square. Dance calls from.
Rob Has a Podcast
"stepson" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"This gator awesome dude. He is awesome awesome task. Honestly he did. He's done two things in his life. That i would never has the bachelor do and so i totally respect smoke or you know. I don't know i'd like to think i'd jump in and save someone from an alligator but the truth is i don't know if i would. That guy didn't even think do he just put the cigarette stepson's hand and jumped right in official comments from scales. Entails they. They had an official comment about the situation. They called it the sort of event we hope never happens. But they've hired done As a safety coordinator even with the crisis of risks that we as staff except. Yeah they can. I don't know if they'll recover from this Or maybe the everything's requests. She did the roof Possibility that hey you know what. My season seem extra. If i'm going to scale entails shell like you never know what's going to happen skills entails i mean you go to like In the old days you one of these things it's like. Oh yeah very boring. Noth- alligators not gonna do anything it's like. Oh the might get the lady. Every party needs adani though to keep things under like. Hey don't worry donny's here. Have you got your donny. Where is he. He's out smoking. Oh that could be new job position you hire you. Hire your donny donny. On hand yeah. He'll keep these out of control okay. This isn't just any day..
"stepson" Discussed on WTOP
"Was a record year for overdose deaths. This is drug overdose deaths and the pandemic is getting most of the blame. Let's hear from CBS News correspondent Peter King Overdose deaths in 2020. How about 93,000? This is staggering and unprecedented number that beats 20 nineteen's record by more than 20,000 public health researcher Brandon Marshall tracks the figures for Brown University. He says the jump is directly related to the pandemic. Both Immediate impacts like social isolation and lasting impacts. Things like joblessness, That's the eviction and housing and stability, food insecurity. Peter King CBS News Could it be getting less safe in public housing Going forward, The Department of Housing and Urban Development is reporting is reportedly backing away from new health and safety requirements that includes fire extinguishers, a minimum number of electrical outlets and other measures meant to protect residents from serious hazards. NBC News obtained the latest draft of the new standards. Housing industry groups have urged HUD to ease such requirements, saying they would be a burden to landlords. And that's alarmed from tenant advocates. They say they were caught off guard by the recent changes. HUD, for its part, says it is not weakening protections for residents and providing safe and sanitary houses is a top priority for the Biden administration. Baltimore City police officer has now been charged in the death of his stepson, Erich Begs Jr is now facing first degree murder, second degree murder and child abuse charges in the death of his stepson, Jason Jones, Justin Mulcahy, with Anna Randall. Police says the new charges came in response to the finding of the medical examiner will dishonor Jones.
"stepson" Discussed on WTOP
"21 now W T O P The future of some Maryland transportation projects is now up in the air. State leaders say certain jobs will be downgraded unless a regional transportation board gets the governor's bridge and managed toll lanes Plan back on track. Let's find out more from double G T O P. Skate Ryan in a letter to leaders of the regional Transportation Planning Board, Maryland's deputy secretary of transportation, Earl Lewis, Says the board should hold another vote on the project that's designed to ease congestion at the American Legion Bridge and along I 2 70 opponents removed the project from the T P B s long range plan last month. The letter from Louis identifies 15 roads projects in Prince George's Montgomery and Frederick counties that Lewis says would have to be downgraded unless the multi billion dollar public private partnership plan is approved by the board when it meets again on July 21st Kate Ryan double U T O P News 6 22. In other news this evening of Baltimore police officer is under arrest after his stepson was found dead in a home Tuesday amid a custody dispute, but he's so far is not being charged in connection with that death. Eric Banks Jr is being charged with trying to grab an and Arrundell county police officer's gun while he was in a police car banks. Arrest came after police found his stepson's body behind a hole in the wall with a gun safe in Curtis Bay home, according to charging documents. Police were called to the home by the boy's mom who is concerned The banks wasn't letting his stepson leave the house after she was awarded full custody of the boy during a scuffle with police. The officer involved as banks told him you're going to have to end this while grabbing for the officer's gun officers were able to subdue banks, and he was charged with assault and other charges. The medical examiner is still trying to determine how the stepson died. Mike Murillo w T. O P News Baltimore Police would only say they're aware of the arrest of one of their own and that banks has been suspended from the force. Next in money news, the big bank that just closed all Personal loans..
The Savage Nation
Court Finds US Air Force 60% Responsible for Texas Shooting
"A federal judge in Texas finds the air Force mostly responsible for the deadly 2017 Sutherland Springs church shooting, the judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley, had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base. And the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. ABC is Aaron Carter
The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
Air Force '60 Percent' at Fault in 2017 Texas Massacre
"In Texas, ruling that the U. S Air Force is mainly responsible for the deadly 2017 church shooting in Sutherland Springs. The judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base, and the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski former
Tom and Curley
Seattle Police announce arrests related to arson, bat assault on officer
"Charging decision in the Briana Taylor case of a living back at the end of September, September 24th or so there was national protests about that decision. And, of course here in Seattle, there were protests. And that was the weekend that we saw the one protester who said the officer ruled his bicycle over his head. And in that same demonstration, there were some fires lit Dumpster fires, things like that. And then a cop that was hit in the back of the head. With a baseball bat. So originally there was an arrest of a Jacob Greenberg, who's 19 for the Dumpster fires, And that was several weeks ago He was released and then last week he was rearrested again. Shifty, has talked about the arrest today. The actions alleged in these cases clearly demonstrate the ongoing violence. It continues to be connected to some of the riots occurring across the city. Jacob Greenberg is charged with assault in the first degree for hitting an ESPY officer in the head with a metal bat. So hard during a riot that the officer's helmet was cracked. I'm sure you've seen some of these photos. These disturbing images on your broadcast and on social media. According to charging documents after the brutal attack, the national from Kirkland Express remorse Not for potentially fatally assaulting itself. For the fact that the officer was wearing a helmet that most likely saved his life. Greenberg also texted a friend that he would like to and I quote slit every SBD throat. So that was in the charging documents of this same 19 year olds who is the stepson of a former state lawmaker who Is accused now of hitting that officer over the head with the bat. Did you guys see that It was viral video when actually so he's not charged and he originally assigned said he was released to his family and the prosecutor had actually asked for a higher bail. I believe in that, but the judge went ahead and released him. Now he's being held on $750,000 bail. Thea. Other arrests related to protest that came last last week or recently, Dia's also talked about today. 20 year old Jonathan Do. Gir of Olympia is also in jail, charged with arson for throwing a flaming object. Ignited fused into a Capitol Hill's coffee shop that caused an immediate explosion. Luckily, no one was hurt. Distance regard for people's lives and safety by throwing flaming objects into a business. This can't be our new normal. Business is small and large, are struggling during this pandemic. Does that mean and it's completely unacceptable that this is the ongoing violence is on ly com pounding their challenges.
Mental Health At Work
"One and welcome into deals Metro. Meant Mental Hook podcast. Today I'm joined by Fame Guinness. She the head of what place wellbeing programs at mind, and also the lead of mental health partnership off online. I'm going to be finding out what effort line is. And how it supports people who work in healthcare and education. At same mind here to make sure that anybody with a mental health problem gets the help that they need and we have a goal of support. Your mom million people have good mental health at work twenty, twenty one. So I work in the team, the agencies over for what we do to what would. The prioritizing what place mental health. The must be really interesting at the moment in particular with the changes going on in terms of the way people working. Yeah. Absolutely. We knew that before covid there was already a crisis in terms of what place mental health we knew that the cost of mental health but web to employers was around forty five, billion every year, and we knew that around three hundred thousand people were falling out because mental health say before caved hit were ready seen an issue in relation to what pace mental health but many employees was sought into ready, prioritize it and understand actually. I over ties in what mental health was beautiful business. An when covid hey over the employers and employees see themselves facing a completely new a new situation a new ways of working in terms of people being removed, working hyme kind of losing face to face contact being out with the office environment and so many people that way of weckend has seen significant impact on the mental health. Attempt to that feeling of isolation that feeling that our not being able to kind of balance that work life. Balance Yes. We've seen a real impact on on people's mental health as a result of that Jikei in the Western world. Can we just get that says the stats wasted that because that's a really interesting but he's just through saying before the current crisis Request. What is mental health? What was causing that? So we never many factors m improvement to walk. So the right things that we hear from from employees site for for many people as kind of stigma that still exists in place. So many people feeling like they're unable to be on. The mental health and open vow. That maybe not feeling that. So we know this stigma is still massive coups and the people don't get in the rice who work that has been a huge amount of work done over the cost an. Pasta, fruit work that might have time to taint been doing as Paul that partnership with racing illness really tackle stigma typically in the workplace. So sigma has been a real issue, but we will say night many people that kind of coach environment where they may be able to get the rice of war. And meant to help with us but. Manager whether that's through kind of an HR teams or that kind of lack of trust in being able to kind of reach out. To those people in their organization where where they won't be able to turn to if they felt they could trust you all. So we see that real issue attempts at that Kinda coach apiece and that kind of lack of trust intensive reaching out. SUPPO- but also we know that there are many drivers impacting people and to helping the web play. So we hear about kind of memoir can hours organizational pressures, neca flexibility, lack of work life balance. So all of those things that we know Contri- healthy place and I think. The many years we spoke out health and safety, but the reality is that we've really spoken about the safety side of health and safety. And I always talk about the fact that you know if you're in the office and you know that was a hold on the floor and you fell down and you break your leg and your employees would absolutely make sure that that whole was covered up you can fall down and break your leg again. But we don't necessarily do that for for into health and and and we really do need to work towards creating psychology safe work environment where people feel to help his ties. Yeah. Absolutely. I couldn't agree more I'm what are your thoughts about how we can bring about genuine change the reason being of lack through different situations and it feels like it's sort of cutler ready one place he might get really supported manager who's really open minded with knowledge about to help stuff somewhere else you might get someone who's rudy knots inflexible. An what getting at the moment I, think is. A lot of businesses much of DUA. Hashtag. When it said World Mental Health Day, they might seduce pay lip service to supporting people with mental health issues. But when then when when actually comes to practically supporting people pretty much every day across the boards. It's is really not done so much. So what sort of advice can you give? Yeah, absolutely. So I think stopped by saying we have seen many organizations take some great strides, but we still have a very long way to go and so something that we launched back in. September last year actually with some equipment mental help what commitment and that commitment is assess six standards that we recommend would employees sign up to as the first steps to prioritizing placement health and so what we do with that commitment is we really look at how you tackled causes of mental health work, how you promote well-being for everybody and how you provide support for people have mental health problems. So actually you're covering the whole spectrum in terms of the early intervention prevention side things, but also making sure that you want bicycle for your employees should they need it? So we go over five hundred organizations Steph signed up back. Aw, which is really positive, but we really are encouraging more employees to sign out up to that. So you know like you say we've seen any employees for many years what we would call the low hanging fruit is an awareness raising either. Printing is a hey what we want employees to fundamentally think about is how can better design work for good mental health and that will take time that takes coach change that take some talk stations that takes into people have meant to help prominent than human about their experiences in the web ace. But actually you know you can start if they smoke stepson up to the commitment is a really good framework employers to sign up Jay
Deputy fired after punching Black man repeatedly during arrest
"Says it's fired a deputy seen on video, repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop. Clayton County Sheriff's Office said Sunday that the deputy was fired for using excessive force. According to his attorney, 26 year old Roderick Walker was arrested and beaten after Clayton County sheriff's deputies pulled over the vehicle he was riding in Friday with his girlfriend. They're five month old child and his stepson for an alleged broken tail light and ask for his identification. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex
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How To Do Scary Things (a Chat With Marie Forleo)
"So you just see you good to see you. Thanks for having me on. How is California lovely as always? It's always a nice change of pace. I Love New York City. It's my home that I also love changing it up and being in a new environment and having a new vibe. So it's great. Is this something you guys do this. Every winter for a couple of years now right started third coming up here probably in like twenty twelve twenty thirteen and then around twenty fifteen when my stepson. What away will actually? He went away to college much earlier. The LAP by two thousand fifteen is when we made kind of permanent thing. Okay and is it. Do you guys have a place out there. We go okay. I mean I love New York as well like take it is my home. We can't really imagine leaving but I've been here for a long time and having to do every winter here. I think I'm done so yeah this year. We're doing Mexico for a month month to get out but my family's in southern California so I'm I am that like do we become the bicoastal people. Yeah I mean it's gorgeous. It's amazing amazing. There's challenges everywhere in the world. Especially you know this this side of the US But I like it. You know for me I really liked to change environments. I think it's really good for me growing growing up in the east coast again. I've done the winters my whole life. Yeah yeah so it whereas I grew up in California my whole life and was like it's a winter I'm like make Ryan. It's snowing and now I feel like a decade. I'm like do you know your type. Grandma that's up in my head. I feel like I've maybe done that But never really go too deep to memorize it and get into it well. I just went off that he'd been with it and the last year and I am any room for which means that authenticity is really important to me and I realized Oh this is kind of one of the reasons why rather a crap like influence or blogger person on that side of my business. Because I don't want to promote anything if I'm not like yes. People really need this one. I want this and one of those things is books that being in our position so many people send books which is lovely and I love books and I'm so honored to get them but there's it's so rare that I actually share one that I'm like okay. The majority of my audience legit needs to read this like. We've only got some chime just really conscious of what I'm like. We you must. I have this. You've got to go by this but I reached out to you because I binged your everything is figure audible audiobook in like we and was like doc okay. This addresses the majority of F. accused that I get from my audience like this is what everyone is seeking which is basically they want to change and it's the top of the year when we are talking more about change more in that mindset but this is year round like Yes yes we want to change our health or our financial circumstances or global warming or being afraid or are career all across the board and I realized Oh everything everything is bigger audible is really about. How do you change and so it was like? Let's off on the broadcast and talk about this because this applies to all of us and we've been talking about on the podcast last couple of weeks so I'm curious what you've learned from you and all these people who you students that you've worked with people in Britain to you after your Marie talk now more more people after the book. How do we change? Yeah so that's what that's what this whole puppy is about right. Everything is figure out of all all is well. Here's what I think we have to start. We have to back up and realize that it's possible one of the things that I was really excited about in terms of writing this. This book was how to help people tap into the innate power and intelligence that they already have and when I started to who peel back that notion it really brought me back to our educational system and how at this point in time. It hasn't done a really great job for most of us. There may eighty some exceptions. But I know in terms of my own schooling and my own upbringing doesn't do a stellar job of teaching us how to develop winning mindsets and healthy perspectives. And how how to really optimize our brain how to use this thing to help us create positive change in our own lives and thereby in our communities around us and you know just because we. I didn't learn in school. Doesn't mean we say nobody taught it to us for me. It's like that's the whole reason why. I became a coach quite honestly because when I started to delve into the world old of personal development and professional development and began to understand that there were all these solid principles and concepts and science. That actually worked I was like why. Why are we not teaching this to kids when they're in pre kindergarten and grade school and high school? And why am I just learning about this in my twenties and so the way that we create change is I realizing that we have the power to and if we have the power to them what holds us back and so. That's why this idea this belief this mantra this philosophy that everything is figuring is so incredibly powerful. I Remember Hillary when I was first starting to write the book And it was struggling to write the book. Let's be real. I was out to Brunch with a few friends. And one of my friends brought along her eight-year-old time we're going around the table and everyone was talking about what they're up to in their in their life and they say what are you working on and he said I'm working on a new book and this what's it called. I said everything is figuring out and my friends eight year old son was like no. It's not nope nope it was so it was like dead silence at the table and I was like I said this is actually awesome. Please tell me more your dining hall. Yeah what do you believe is not figure out of all. And he's like well we human beings can't grow working wings out of our back and fly away this kid already. He's amazing I said well first of all have you heard of crisper. If not you need to go google that because you know maybe in the next fifteen or twenty years that actually might be possible. I said but stepping back you do know that we human beings can indeed fly and he was like. Yeah right okay. Well what about this one. I can't bring my dog back from the dead. The one that died a few years ago and in my ahead Hiller. I'm thinking all right. That's some pet cemetery. Is Ray there but that I said well that may be true. But you do know that. Scientists are working on cryogenics cryogenics and people have been cloning their dogs for a few years and he was like. Oh I get your right. So some conversations like that inspired me to create create a set of rules around this idea which gives us a mental container through which we can use it for. Its intended purpose which is to help us create change and thereby create change in the world around around us so there are three rules figure out about philosophy and they go like this rule number one. All problems or dreams are figure out -able rule number number two. If a problem isn't figure out -able it's not really a problem. It's a fact of life or law of nature like death gravity taxes roll number three and this is the big one. You may not care enough to solve a particular problem or reach a particular dream. And that's okay Eh. But find something you do care deeply about and get your back to rule number one. When I was researching the book there was actually this powerful quote quote by a British? Quantum theorist named David Deutsch. And he says everything that is not forbidden by the laws of nature is achievable given the right knowledge. It's actually from another other mind-bending book called the beginning of Infinity. Which I highly recommend on audible because trying to get through it? It's so dentists like nyquil asleep. But you don't have to take a quantum theorist word further my work for that exam for for that instance. I just invite people to try it before you deny it. Try It for you deny it. So there's some other points of potential all skepticism around the idea actually. The three rules handles most of them.
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The Murder of Ebby Steppach
"About three weeks before Ebi disappeared her behavior changed drastically she would tell us she was going some place or with someone and we would find out that's not where she was ebby was provoking arguments and wanted to move out she I left and eventually ended up with my son Trevor a couple days before he was reported missing she went to a party Expe- on Saturday October twenty four that she needed to speak to me about something important she indicated that an individual at this house had sexually auditor and videotape day there were four boys at the party she told me at two assaulted by one abbey was hysterical and an wanted my husband to go to the police station with her every that I would beat her after dinner to sit tight and I'd let her know when I was on my way for the last the question I asked her what she wanted to go follow police report and she stated yes. I'm certain the next afternoon my Stepson Trevor came by he conned acted abby about an hour later and she told him that she was outside his house so trevor went out didn't see her asked her where she was she did where she was but she knew she was with her car at that point turmeric told me what had happened told me you sounded really messed up disorders and never heard it like for to my knowledge trevor is the last person in our family to speak to abby I would like to four individuals that were at that party good evening with my daughter to come forward and give a formal interview with Little Rock Police Department to help them move forward in the investigation their name help
Texas has executed a death row inmate for fatally stabbing his 2 stepsons during a 2007 attack that also killed his wife
"A Texas inmate who claimed he was intellectually disabled has been executed for stabbing his wife and two step sons to death in an attack in their Dallas home Robert sparks received a lethal injection at the state prison in Huntsville the killings of nine year old Harold sublet and ten year old rock Kwan Agnew he became the sixteen in may put to death this year in the US and the seventh in
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Blackmon, Story rally Rockies over Braves 9-5
"Daulat third. Desmond at second Butare at I five four Atlanta two outs in the ninth mentors. First pitch. Charlie rips it into right field down the line. That's gonna score to home comes doll. Paul comes. Desmond a two run. Double by Charlie Blackmon, six five Rockies. Charlie Blackmon clutch RBI doubled to give the Rockies their first lead of the night. They brought on a new pitcher Dan Winkler Trevor. Story trying to keep a hitting streak alive. Did so in spectacular fashion in Iraqi of a six five lead to pitch driven to left field. And lone goal the streak is at fifteen on a touch of all time for Trevor story now five Rockies Trevor with a no doubt her four hundred twenty nine feet of homerun. And the Rockies said a nine to five lead way Davis came on walked a pinch hitter. Josh Donaldson to start the inning. Was able to get as all Bs on a routine. Fly ball to left field. It would Johan Camargo the hitter the Rockies defense ended the game the way they began it to one pitch to Camargo up. Daniel Murphy, grabs it stepson first ballgame superior defense and a ninth inning rally. The Rockies beat the Braves again in Atlanta what a ninth inning final score Rockies nine Atlanta five five run ninth inning, an eighth consecutive win here in
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The Future Of Wearable Tech
"What what do you think that might be glasses? Maybe something put on air. Maybe wrist watch. Maybe I don't know could be a combination of all three, but couple companies notably very very few of them are saying that it could be a hearing aid. Now, this was brought to my attention earlier today, a reader wrote in the Email, and he said any information on when and where these Mars ear buds will be available for sale. Thanks pantley. Last year will not apparently last year, we had covered the Mars ear buds simultaneous person a person. Translation, winning big at C ES twenty eighteen we had heard then that rumor was they'll be unveiling it more in terms of pricing in one it'll be out to order near the end of twenty eight teen haven't heard anything yet. No. Oh, cool. What's going on? All we know is that companies throughout these great ideas. Keep in mind at C E S Awada companies use CS as the platform to gauge kind of the market reply in if they don't get their they want they'll usually just go. I don't think we'll do that. But if it's something that they want actually in production to do it you can guarantee that especially for the bigger companies who can guarantee that will be coming out in short order. So not to mention that some things unveiled at certain events. Don't really wind up to be what they are promised to be. But well might be just a hearing aid. And I will be taking a look here really quick. We won't be going through this whole article be looking at a couple of the highlights. So when Brandon swallowed started Starkey hearing technologies in suburban new, Minneapolis. He was nineteen and they're about seventy companies worldwide making hearing aids now Buick Taylor, what are you talking about hearing aids fort while just listen, you might glean some interesting. Information off of this that was back in nineteen ninety four. His job was the clean ones mailed in for repair or occasionally returns because the user was then no longer needed them today swatches forty three there are five companies, and he's president of Starkey which employs six thousand people and sold eight hundred million in hearing aids last year, we've been right here in Eden prairie since nineteen seventy four he says as I guess author is getting a tour of the company headquarters, then corrects himself technically started a few years before that in the basement of Mr. Austin's home. It's one of those great entrepreneurial American success stories such moved from a waxy build to event to sales to Finally President the company's tap position, which he assumed at twenty sixteen in a wake of a fraud scandal that rocked Starkey. He's also stepson of the F or mentioned, Mr. Austin William Austin for billionaire company founder who built key into a privately held Goliath and have made hearing aids for seemingly every famous person who require them, including four US presidents to. Pope's Nelson Mandela and Mother Theresa Starkey is now the only one surviving big five manufacturers based in the US. What's thin the herd of competitors? He says is technology hearing aids used to be relatively simple inexpensive to make a net hugely different from brand brand today. They're increasingly complex digital product requiring teams of engineers, a robust investment in research and development if in barely visible wire curled over the top of each of his ears in vanishes into the cows were in earpiece asides of a marker tip delivers sound these are real. He says I do have some minor hearing loss, and he says it's from loud music and shooting guns in his youth. He's also wearing these thin barely visible aids. Because the company's latest and greatest development the reason three hundred of America's tap audiologist will arrive in two days time at this building be a red carpet while stunning gauntlet of whooping in clapping employees. So what's interesting about that? Sloshes fond of saying Saint Starkey makes the product that. Nobody wants almost two thirds of the people in America who need hearing aids don't have them and those who do accept their fate and wait an average of seven years from the first symptom before seeking help with these hearing aids are going to evolve he says so that you don't have to have hearing loss to want a hearing aid. You heard correction well read or her or watched that correctly Starkey is now hitching the world a hearing aid for people who don't need hearing aids launch pulls out in iphone of his jacket pocket. No pins and ABC called thrive. Bill to company this paradigm shift of a product the Livio AI as this new devices called is tiny sensors, plus as it's name suggests artificial intelligence selectively filter noise in focused on specific sound sources. For instance, the person across the table in a busy restaurant while also tracking various health metrics including steps steps
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Ex-Packers coach McCarthy confronts HS referees
"Wouldn't bet on it about X Packers coach Mike McCarthy accused parading highschool referees. Like, I was thinking I didn't remember McCarthy is really being a guy with chew out referees a head coach if your guy on an NFL sideline crepe point. What are you doing it a high school Joe, how do you turn the switch? Their a complaint has been filed against former Packer coach Mike McCarthy accusing him verbally confronting referees. After a loss for his stepson's high school
Ex-Packers coach McCarthy confronts HS referees
"Right. So I got a story here about you. Remember the guy that used to coach the head coach of the Packers Mike McCarthy. Yes. Mike mccarthy. Story this this morning. Okay. So apparently, he's not working now. So he's got a lot of energy or whatever it is. So he was I guess watching a a basketball game Polaski school district officials in Wisconsin father formal complaint against the former Packers coach for an incident with referees following his stepson's high school basketball game is on Tuesday night, the incident occurred after Notre Dame academy the team for which McCarthy steps on plays lost by point to Alaska high school. According to the the the records open records request. They obtain a video that appeared to show McCarthy following wraps as they made their way out of the gym after the game, the district officials confirmed that the man of the video was McCarthy and said he directed unsportsmanlike language at the rest. This case coaching the NFL. Like that. That's what you do. Right. So he he took it out on these rafts there in the at the stepson's high school and follow them on out. And just started reading the riot act. I mean, you know, throwing bombs and whatever the hell is doing and they caught the video. Did you see the video? I've not seen it yet. I shared I guess there was an account of quote, a verbal tirade. And he called it an unfortunate situation this when the refs there. Here's the thing. Have you guys seen parents act at sporting events with what they do, of course, herons like usually I would literally games. But you should go to a high school football game. It gets crazy. I remember now my this wasn't my dad. I was I was playing baseball with summer ball. And it was like Babe Ruth league or something like that. And I was pitching and my dad's friend our next door neighbors head big tall guy. Oh, it was. Also, like a baseball guy. He came to watch me pitch and he's sitting on the bleachers right behind the right to the right of of home plate. So I got called for a balk. And for whatever reason this set it off he went crazy. So I got called for a balk. He went the let me see I could just describe him because he's along with us RIP, but he's like six five maybe two hundred pounds just like a big tall skinny guy. Right. So they call the bulk on me all of a sudden, I see him spring out of the bleachers and jump on the backstop he's climbing on the backstop, and he's shaking the backstop. And his hairs fly all over the place. And people think it's my dad. It sounds was like. I don't know what it was. But he went crazy. Do you ever know what's going to set somebody off? And then I had explained that. Just a friend just a friend my dad's but his kid, but I think he just didn't you know, we were we were kind of tight, but he left to go crazy like that. But he was six would five guy on the backs that he was like ought to the top. You wouldn't come down.
Trump, President and Abc discussed on Sean Hannity
"Four year old stepson of the harris county sheriff's sergeant is fighting for his life after accidentally shooting himself at home near hockley last night sheriff ed gonzales says it's another tragic reminder to keep firearms locked up and away from kids we came in situations where young children in particular are getting hurt and losing their lives by gaining access to guns and so i hope that we can all continue to work together to to change that investigators haven't said how that boy did gain access to the gun medicine hospital after being shot during a raid involving homeland security and dea agents houston police say the shooting happened this morning when the man refused to follow commands at a house on grapevine near croquet police note it's not clear if the suspect was armed no other injuries were reported there's no threat to the public houston police looking for clues after a man was found shot in the parking lot of a school officers found the man in a car at hartman middle school this morning skaters say they're looking to see if the shooting may be connected to a nearby robbery at an apartment the united states could soon become the world's biggest oil producer the us energy information administration says american oil companies will pump nearly twelve million barrels of oil a day next year that would make the united states the planet's largest oil producing country oil production is up because of new fracking in horizontal oil drilling techniques russia and saudi arabia pumped more crude oil last year but could fall behind the us in twenty nineteen andy field abc news washington ktar time coming up on three oh four the markets are closed here's ktar h money man patch well good afternoon he has got yes indeed markets are closed and that's a good thing today with stocks closing today broadly lower the dow industrials finishing today down by two hundred and nineteen points closing at twenty four thousand seven hundred s and p five hundred down nineteen points that's three quarters of one percent the tech heavy nasdaq down forty two points one half of one percent for the day stocks were down after president trump doubled down on china he said he's considering ten percent tariff on it additional two hundred billion dollars of chinese exports over to the us utilities as well as biotechs they were some of the better performing groups today semiconductors oil services as well as precious metals my minors they were all among the laggards oil was down by three dollars and seventy three cents closing at seventy dollars thirty eight cents a barrel that was in spite of a draw down on.