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Why Is a White Soviet Defector in 'Uncle Tom 2'? Chad Jackson Explains
"We're delighted to have with us the man who wrote that book starred, wrote that movie director of it, tra Jackson, welcome back to America first. Hey, doctor G, thank you for having me on. So I told you privately, I'm going to say it now again in front of all of our listeners. This movie from Larry elder in you guys is even better than the original Uncle Tom. If you haven't seen it, I'm sorry you're missing out. I don't care that it's on our website. It is that important. But why is a Soviet white Soviet defector in your movie explain the relevance of that besman off clip? Well, as he says in that clip, the name of the game was demoralization. And really what they were able to do were to demoralize all of America. Black activists were just in and amongst this whole umbrella of demoralization that took place in our country. And so as our title suggests, the film isn't just about black America, it's about America at large. That's why we call it an American Odyssey because we wanted to demonstrate how Marxism this disease has infected all of America and it reaches its peak in the 1960s, which is around the time that Yuri is talking about
"tra f." Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Another government asset Steven Robson I said Stephen Robson worked as an informant during the investigation but is no longer involved After pleading guilty to various felonies and the government star witness FBI agent Robert Trask TRA SK was fired by the agency after beating his wife following an orgy at a swingers party Suffice it to say it's very hard to tell the cops from the criminals in this matter The court may determine that none of this matters it depends who the judges are if they're Obama judges or Biden judges You're hitting a you're hitting a wall And that even though the defendants were clearly goaded into the action by the very law enforcement agent seeking to ensnare them they still made the colossally stupid decision to proceed Historically victims of entrapment have had a tough time prevailing no matter how duplicitously the FBI behaved But in any case it is now clear Whitmer was in no real danger You know what I would like to know as a matter of fact If Whitmer was tipped off to this at all stages of the alleged plot the FBI was aware of every facet The agents and informants were intimately involved not just surveilling the militia members But actively offering guidance on how to pull off the kidnapping Yet whitner has become a more sympathetic figure on the national stage because she's perceived as a victim of former president Donald Trump's reckless rhetoric and embalming of right wing domestic terrorists Every time the president ramps up his violent rhetoric every time he fires up Twitter to launch another broadside against me My family and I see a surge of vicious attacks on our way wrote Whitmer and he Atlantic article titled the plot to kidnap me The thrust of her pieces that Trump's criticism of governors and blue states inspires real violence She cites her own case as a near example And so we go Then he starts trashing conservatives of respecting January 6th If that fascinates you entices you or you think that's something new you can go read that part yourself But I read this part because he details the Whitmer case Of which there is no case If the informants in the FBI weren't involved it sounds like none of this would have happened What are they doing Why are they wasting everybody's time and resources Is there not enough to do here Ladies and gentlemen I would say there is We got a lot of criminals out there murders rapists illegal aliens coming across the border violating our laws Every time the FBI comes up with a budget they say their numbers are stretched thin Or maybe they should stop setting up citizens Even those who are gullible I'll be right back On 77 W ABC Hey folks sit here this winter a warm welcome awaits you at the breakers Palm Beach where you enjoy everything under the sun Sink your toes into the soft sand of the breakers tropical beachfront and relax at four beautiful refreshing pools.
"tra f." Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello, from wonder media network, I'm Jenny caplan, and this is romanica. Today we're talking about the first Latina director of the American public health association. She was a leading advocate in the women's health movement who pushed institutions to better understand the social and economic determinants of health. Let's talk about Helen Rodriguez tries. Helen was born in 1925 in New York City to Puerto Rican parents. Her mother, a school teacher, fought for the right to teach in Spanish, rather than the English language curriculum that had been implemented when the U.S. Military invaded in 1898. Much like her mother, Helen would also become invested in advocacy years later. When Helen was ten, her family returned to New York. There, she faced discrimination in her school system. Despite high grades and excellent academic performance, administrators wouldn't admit her to advanced classes. Similar injustices barred her mother from getting a teacher's license in New York. Her bilingualism was considered a detriment to her career. Helen and her mother came to the conclusion that Helen should attend college in Puerto Rico. In 1948, Helen enrolled at the university of Puerto Rico. There she pursued two passions, a career in health and a growing involvement in activism. She joined the movement for Puerto Rican independence. She also took part in a university wide strike to invite nationalist leader Don Pedro albizu campos to campus. But her brother, who was helping her pay for school, refused to continue sending money if she took part in further political protests. In response, Helen returned home. She married Edward Gonzalez junior, a Professor of labor studies, and they had three children together. Helen returned to school 7 years after leaving and received her medical degree in 1960 when she was 31 years old. She completed her residency at university hospital in Puerto Rico. There, she became invested in work around abortion rights in women's health. She saw the consequences of clandestine abortions and a lack of access to birth control. Helen established Puerto Rico's first infant health clinic. And within three years, infant mortality declined by 50%. In 1970, Helen returned to New York, where she headed the pediatrics department at Lincoln hospital in the south Bronx. The hospital served a majority black and LatinX community and was often cited for public health violations in outdated care facilities. Helen worked to bridge the gap between her team and the patients they served. She saw the way social and economic issues including poverty and equality, sexism and racism impacted healthcare. Helen believed that public health workers should take those factors into account when providing care. In the 1970s, Helen grew increasingly involved in the women's health movement. She attended her first American public health association meeting in 1971, where she helped create the women's caucus to fight for women's reproductive rights and work towards ending sexism in healthcare. Helen took a particular interest in ending sterilization abuse. She saw clearly how class and race affected women's ability to choose when and if they have children. In the 1960s and 70s, middle class white women were denied sterilization. At the same time, low income women overwhelmingly women of color were misled and coerced into sterilization across the U.S.. In Puerto Rico, particularly, government programs inspired by the eugenics movement promoted sterilization as a method of birth control. And performed the procedure on women physicians had judged unfit to reproduce. Between the 1930s and 1970s, nearly one third of women of childbearing age in Puerto Rico had been sterilized. Helen founded two committees that advocated to end sterilization of use. Both helped bring about federal sterilization guidelines in 1979. In the 1980s, Helen continued to be a pivotal figure in public health. She worked as a medical director of New York State's aids institute, and in 1993 became the first Latina director of the American public health association. She also solidified her work in women's health while coordinating the Pacific institute for women's health in Los Angeles from 1996 to 1999. In 2001, then president Bill Clinton awarded Helen, the presidential citizens medal. Later that year, Helen died of lung cancer. She was 72 years old. All month, we're highlighting women who changed the landscape of health and wellness. For more information and for pictures of the women we're talking about, check us out on Facebook and Instagram at romantica podcast. Special thanks to Liz Kaplan, my favorite sister and co creator. As always, we'll be taking a break for the weekend. Talk to you on Monday. Hey listeners, before you go, I want to tell you about another show you should check out called in case you missed it. Slate's podcast about Internet culture. It's a show for people who have a healthy relationship with the Internet, made by people who really, really don't. It's hosted by slate's Madison Malone kercher and Rachel hampden. Twice a week, they'll explore what's trending at the top of your feeds, investigate the ghosts of Internet past and help you sound like the smartest person in your group chat..
"tra f." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That's under a new law, signed by Governor Kathy Local law largely eliminates New York's practice of incarcerating people for technical parole violations that include being late for an appointment with the parole officer missing curfew, changing the residents without approval and failing to attend a mandated program. Supporters say incarcerating people for technical parole violations is costly. The Republican minority in the legislature have accused Democrats of focusing More on perpetrators of crimes than victims. John Scott reporting. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing a tough re election battle against his conservative party rival Erin O'Toole. Trudeau called an early election for Monday in hopes of winning a parliamentary majority and strengthening his government. But he struggled to explain why he's in a rush to schedule the snap vote during the pandemic. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Federal officials are giving the go ahead for temporary storage of highly radioactive waste in western Texas. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission granted a license to in terms storage partners to build and run a facility that could take up to 5000 metric tons of spent nuclear fuel rods from power plants and 231 million tons of other radioactive waste. That sets up a showdown with state officials. Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently signed a bill to ban storing or shipping high level nuclear waste through the state. Environmental groups have also sued to block the project. Jeremy House reporting the facility would be built about 350 miles west of Dallas, near the Texas New Mexico State line. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez open the door wants to leave questions of human rights and democracy to the U. N as part of his continuing criticisms of the Organization of American States. More on the stories of town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tra High pressure locked in into the start.
"tra f." Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
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"tra f." Discussed on Post Show Recaps
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"tra f." Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
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"tra f." Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma
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Humanitarian Crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray At "Tipping Point"
"We start today here in africa. Tens of thousands of malnourished children are at risk of dying in ethiopia is to gray region. That's according to the united nations and humanitarian groups. Working in the area. Tommy thompson is emergency coordinator for the world food program. This is a crisis of certainly food security. But it's really a crisis of access protection issues preventing us from doing work it's rewire it's an incredibly dangerous environment for. I'll be working out. There have been mind. Humanitarian have been killed thus far on every day. We have our chain senses. The ngos partners everybody who's trying to operate north find themselves challenged checkpoints. They're increasingly hostile on in some of these checkpoints. We have our beneficiaries having the things that are given luton for men if opium prime minister abby amid sent government forces into tegray in november to disarm leaders of the tegray people's liberation front. He blamed the group for attacks on army camps but international watchdog groups accused government forces of widespread atrocities against civilians and now humanitarian agencies say ethiopian forces and troops from neighbouring area. Tra are keeping relief shipments out of the region the un estimates more than a quarter million people into gray now face famine conditions.
Impact of the Death of 3rd Party Cookies With Vlad Zhovtenko
"My big question about the death of third party. Cookies is what was wrong with third party cookies. What was wrong with the ad tracking and attribution and data collection on somebody else's sites. Why was there a need for the regulation and the departure from this tracking technology in the first place. I think the decision to remove the focus is doing by the biggest tech place. It's basically epo facebook Essence google because adults are the companies have the highest amount of i by data which would meant to say this gives them a very strong competitive edge against all the other companies clues to strive on. Stoplight tra- marketing where you don't need to have huge database. Don't anything can program medically blog into worldwide exchange of precious and hunt for where cheap efforts of specific people on some websites while those people ayatollah to audience. And you get the results. You guys are the conventions. The first result of death Those days would begun forever. Okay so the large platforms the facebooks. Google's the apple's of the world who have lots of first party data because they have access to an account for everyone. Everyone's using google facebook and apple. They don't want you to go onto tabua an out brain and the trade desk and all the other places where you're buying your programmatic dorian. Just say gimme cheap clicks for this profile and then i'll retarget them on some of the other platforms that we mentioned before basically facebook apple and google want you to come to their platform and pay a premium to get access for users where they've collected their first party. Data exempt whereby. I think it's a good move for arrows web published just because now that data is something before that pro. Everybody could This business this website. So i have his profile now to find out that somebody wasn't particular website you need to pay for the data or basically to by the ads on the particular website in advertising
Hendrick Motorsports Tops All-Time Win List
"Daniels is already there. On the line with us to join us here. On nascar america motormouth cliff a great guys. Thanks for having me. Yeah man good to see you. So i want to talk about the win but i wanna talk about the significance of two sixty nine. Getting that record breaking win for mr hinder. What that meant to you and kyle to be able to pull that off. Yeah it was a special day special win. Of course. I think race was relieved that it happened. Because he knew how well are companies performing right that we re edit potential to do it and of course you know all the individual teams were certainly gunning to do it But it's really cool to energy that we have entertainers tra- now. Everyone is working together so well across the board You know between the teams in shops That that the momentum the energy we have now is really cool. And i think that probably means as much to mr h right now because the last four years Things haven't been super right for injured. Motor sports kinda had to scratch and claw and work To to get ourselves back in contention every week so to have three wins that rover motor sports and then ticket that a record breaking for him. day
Hyundai Recalls Over 390K Vehicles for Possible Engine Fires
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Hyundai recalls over three hundred ninety thousand vehicles for possible engine fires Hyundai has announced three calls for more than three hundred ninety thousand vehicles in the U. S. and Canada due to two different fire dangers two hundred three thousand Santa Fe sport SUVs from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen are being recalled because brake fluid can leak into the anti lock brake computer and cause an electrical short that can lead to fires owners are being told to park those vehicles outdoors away from structures until repairs are made the other recalls for nearly one hundred eighty seven thousand twenty nineteen and twenty twenty alon tras twenty nineteen through twenty twenty one corners and Veloster is all with two liter engine's piston rings on those vehicles may not have been properly heat treated hi Mike Crossey
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Women Making A Difference In The Community
"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our
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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: One Month Later!
"Twenty. Twenty one has been a year to forget already in many respects but from a gadget perspective. There's the galaxy s twenty one series. It's coming gone. We've done our reviews. But i haven't talked to you about that So i want to start there. Because i'm currently using it galaxy. S twenty one all tra- i'm also reviewing a galaxy twenty one plus and what's interesting. Is that the the maximum of never buy a samsung phone. When it's first launched comes back every year because yesterday as we're recording this Tuesday february ninth. It was the first time we've seen the s twenty one series go on sale. So the ultras down to a thousand. The twenty-one pluses down to eight hundred and the s twenty one is down to seven hundred so cast one hundred two hundred one hundred dollars off respectively and i wanna get your sense of. Is that at the right price for these phones. What do you think about them overall. And where's your head out. Had at a month after their release. I think it's a better price for those phones. But it were kind of caught up in this commentary in this hype machine and i feel. We're quickly plateauing on this notion of the yearly. Refresh being aggressive and hype train. And you gotta have this. There's some flomo happening. Maybe you're flipping your phone through your carrier on some kind of lease program and the s twenty one kind of highlights to me a trend in samsung commentary and in samsung marketing. A little concerned for sort of diversity of the android landscape. And i'm i'm not really feeling these phones. The reduced price helps but were were inclined in the tech review space to sit here and go look at this. How generous or how great. What a great deal. Because these phones launched two hundred dollars more now you can save some money. When another manufacturer engages in a price cut we act like that some kind of critical failure. He couldn't even sell their phone at their launch price and now they had to cut money. I mean like the duo is currently selling for four hundred dollars off on amazon. While we're recording this and there's a tone of that commentary like what a failure and i. Yeah but the duo held onto its launch price. Way longer than the note. Twenty did and a longer than the s twenty one did. So i feel like these. Ms rpm he's are somewhat disingenuous. Samsung is gonna launch at a higher price. That's the ms rpm sticker price. That goes to the carrier store that allows the carrier to keep you paying more monthly on a phone. That's going to devalue way faster than your contract is going to be up so if you wait two months and you can afford to buy on locked. You're not going to be upside down on phone lease two months after you buy that phone so i i just feel like it's a moment it's a good time for us to just kind of look at our commentary you know we know that these deep depreciate we know that they devalue we know there are going to be sales and bogota's and trade ins but we only seem inclined to put the positive spin on a samsung product for having great trade deals and we don't recognize the rest of the landscape so fondly whenever we see those price flips. I i feel like the ultras probably a decent by It's a better buy at this price. It kind of puts it in line with wherever we might feel like a one. Plus pro device might end up and that's better than that is better but on the whole i kind of feel like this generation of samsung is probably going to be looked back on as being kind of a lateral move. You buy less phone on this generation of samsung than you did last year.
Cauliflower Rice Makes Its Mexican Fast-Casual Debut
"A question for you what's a burrito bowl without rice. Well one fast casual chain wants you to find out this month chipotle. They rolled out a new item at all of their. Us and canadian locations salon tra- lime cauliflower rice it's essentially shredded cauliflower with a little salt and lime juice it looks a bit like rice and the chain is hoping you think it tastes like rice two or something like rice anyway. It's january and that means one thing for the fast casual record industry. A focus on healthy eating right if you've made a new year's resolution eat fewer carbs to go vegan to start the paleo diet. Well this is the month where you see if you can actually stick with it. Japodlay says customers wanted healthier options that align with quote the latest health trends those trends less starch more plants. Sorry rice you've been eighty-six on tripoli's menu are four new bowls made with their cauliflower rice. One is certified ho thirty compliant and another is totally vegan. But if you want cauliflower rice in your regular burrito bowl it'll cost you and up charge of two dollars about as much as dollop guac cipolla just the latest chain to hop on the cruciferous geoghegan. Rival cuba rolled out cauliflower mash last month. It's roasted mashed and mixed with sour cream and pico de guy. Oh definitely not rice like in any way. But yoga says their mash is more innovative than regular cauliflower rice. Ouch take that chipotle innovative. That seems to be the word of the month for fast casual chains mexican chicken chain el pollo loco said recently they would be adding a quote culinary innovation to their menu as well Any guesses yup. It's cilantro lime cauliflower rice in their announcement last month. The chain took a more direct approach in explaining why they're offering healthier options. They say the pandemic has made too many of us replace the gym for the couch with undesirable consequences. Okay that one's things a little bit so is cauliflower rice in it for the long haul that remains to be seen. The forecast certainly looks bright. At least on twitter one user said she was pleasantly surprised by coil locos option and other said shapur as was good but the two dollar up charge makes it a one time thing so perhaps the fate of cauliflower rice comes down to how much green customers are willing to spend to go greet
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Becoming What We Already Are
"Good morning happy thanksgiving plenty to be thankful for rural alive and kickin which is good. So today i wanted to talk about the the buddhis- original statement all beings the wisdom and virtue of the awaken one to the snus but because of our upside down views failed to see it. We talked about buddhism. We talk about saying we talk about all kinds of religions and ultimately it comes down to this this moment in time but maybe more important than that is a relationship to quite often You know as slight. Yeah go to practice this things so that these things will happen but is very difficult for us to actually swallow own existence this the whole existence of of having a whole you know usually we play our own criteria on it. You know like one. I will become Walt what. I have what i haven't A lives in competitive in comparison with other people's lives all criteria. We add add over the top ten to ten to get us confused about what life is The old teaches they. They tend to tell us. Basically everything's okay all you know so. That's the first thing intrinsic pa. Everything's okay you know why. Why make any more work than than the life that you already live in and then others I'm more concerned with method. You know so. Many people will get confused over those two. Things seem to to be jokes poems to one another you know ultimately in our own life it comes down. you know. he's the. Are you satisfied with the life that you have is this okay. I mean if you satisfied. There's not an awful lot of work that needs to be done. No matter how deep or shallow you feel your understanding. Is you know if you feel that this is complete and is not an awful lot to be taken care of and you can appreciate the the life the life that you have doesn't doesn't matter about the the whole tra paktika all of the buddhist teachings all of his n teach and they really don't mean an awful lot because that just additions or descriptions of the life that we have all movement towards the life that we already have this point in time This morning i was thinking about. You know i was thinking about this. And i was looking at a call on to to sort of illustrate the because it'll get it gives us you know slightly different sort of perspective on life so this is from the the gate lewis gate soon. Japenese so get loose by your moderation. This is a case. Nine called died suci show once among carelessly asked prese joe of koyo died. Suci show buddha sutton meditate in the meditation hall for ten calpers but the dhamma of the the buddha did not manifest itself and he could not attain buddha hood. Why was this joe replied. You'll question is reasonable in date could elected that the monk said he sat end in the meditation whole. Why did we not attain buddha hood. Joe replied because he is a non attained buddha milnes country. I approved the old barbarian realization. But i do not approve. The bob barons of the standing when an ordinary person has realized that he is a saint. If a sane understands it is nothing but an ordinary person the verse far better than realizing the body is to realize the mind be at peace if the mind is realized there is no anxiety about the body if the body and mind
"Mary. I love your meditations. I would like you to guide us in this time of grief and fear about the corona virus and as you get ready to put closure on this year of twenty twenty and celebrate holidays. Many of you are celebrating hanukkah and soon will be celebrating christmas and many other holidays. I encourage you to not let fear. Hold you back from celebrating. And what i mean by this is that the antidote to fear is joy so to be fearless is to be joy fall and this is considered one of the most joyful times of the year. So it's time to let go of fears and worries and to embrace joy. That's one of the main reasons why i wanted to share and inner indi- meditation series with you this week so that you can focus on the beauty within yourself and on their beauty within others as well and there's beauty all around you. I encourage you to notice the saddle quiet moments of beauty that you see within your life that you see within yourself and within loved ones i invite you to settle yourself down now and get ready to meditate on joy and this is a meditation to help you release fear by request from rosa as you sit with your spine straight and your eyes closed gently. Uplift them to the point between your eyebrows. This is a place that helps you to experience. Clear thinking it helps to uplift your mood when you uplift your eyes to this point between your eyebrows you may place your hands again. In the dharma chakra mu tra- connecting your thumbs with your index fingers making two wheels or two circles and then taking the thumb and index finger. Your right we'll on your right hand and touching it to the middle finger on your left hand holding this new era at your chest with your palms more facing your chest or in your lap. Whatever feels right for you not sure. Inhale and exhale the year. Now's reflect back to your childhood. Recall a time when you felt care. Free without a worry or concern or fear each day you woke up excited ready to jump out of bed and start your day feel with in yourself. The same excitement the same joy and think about something in your life right now. That makes you excited. That gives you great joy. Feel the excitement and the joy about something happening in your life right now these moments that seem magical feel within yourself this joy this release from worry and fear simply by focusing on your joy
Because of Vaccines, Ultra-Cold Freezers Are the New Hot Buy
"In a sea of stress. Inducing headlines there is one seemingly perennial bright spot these days vaccine news the scientists researchers and doctors that have been working on a covid nineteen vaccine seemed to have made great strides toward finding effective inoculations to help protect us from the virus. Pfizer was the first to announce its vaccine in early november. The company said it showed more than ninety percent effectiveness but the vaccine also has an inconvenient distribution issue it has to be stored at minus seventy degrees celsius. That's colder than antarctica in winter. Maderna's vaccine announced later in the month had similar efficacy rate and similar storage needs. Both vaccines must be sold in special ultra cold freezers throughout their journey from manufacturing plant to where the vaccine will be administered. Those super cold freezers cheap. Their price tags may be as high as thirty thousand dollars but those frigid freezers are selling like hotcakes. Hospitals in government entities have been snapping them up to help distribute the vaccine to the masses even employers are getting on board. Automaker ford bought twelve ultra-cold freezers last month. In an effort to ensure its employees can get the vaccine tra- cold freezers. Aren't your garden variety ice cream and frozen pizzas storage units. They're typically the domain of university labs in hospitals that need to store cell extracts dna or other specialized materials at extremely low temperatures. Both a ba leading vaccine's use a relatively new technology called synthetic messenger are in a or emaar in a which attaches to the virus helping the immune system recognize attack it. The challenge is that ima- a needs to be kept super cold. Keep enzymes from breaking down according to smithsonian magazine when the team at so low environmental equipment manufacturer of these units got wind of the pfizer. Vaccines storage requirements. The company started ramping up production so low vice president dan hesler toll cnbc quote. It's been crazy. The company stockpiles been depleted in orders or taking six to eight weeks to fulfil one of solos biggest. Competitors thermo fisher. Scientific was ramping up production at the fastest rate in its history according to a company spokesperson talking wwl a local abc television affiliate in asheville north carolina. The company expects fourth-quarter earnings to grow about sixty percent over the same period last year driven by covid nineteen response but even with ultra low freezer manufacturers. Hard at work to meet demand. These vaccines have unveiled another weakness in the supply chain the cold chain. Most vaccines need to be kept at a specific temperature until they're administered. That's typically around thirty five to forty five degrees wired reports but the super low temperatures that the most promising covid nineteen vaccines require. Make it tough to distribute the vaccines widely in the highly developed north american economies. Let alone in places where equipment capacity isn't close to sufficient like parts of africa. Asia and south america wired estimates that upward of twenty five percent of all vaccines are lost because of a lack of reliable coal chains in some countries. Just one ten. Health centers have a proper vaccine refrigerator according to that report and that includes rural hospitals in the us. Allen morgan chief. Executive of the national rural health association told stat news that poorer hospitals can't afford the pricey ultra-cold freezers nearly half of us. Rural hospitals were operating at a loss as of april of this year and the pandemic has only made things worse that means that workers and residents in these areas may not have access to the vaccine. It's possible that the manufacturers may update their cold-storage guidelines or that new vaccines. That don't require such ultra-low temps may come along. But for now lack of a stable co chain to distribute the vaccine to some people who need it most is a situation with legitimate chilling concert
NIP Drops Out of Dota
"An ip also known as nip depending on who you want to be casting. Your games are no longer together in terms of the org so the oregon has dropped the doda to team completely. The in case you forgot the roster is charlie supreme saver light sonoko and my boy arrow is michika but in the official roster. I think he might still be listed there. But he hasn't played with the team for a while. He has another team entirely michelle. Maybe still officially on tryout. So that's why he was not added to the official ip roster. So i guess they're still they were still technically a four man team but so are you surprised by this not really it's just it's really How to say this is a great example of the times right. I'm gonna. I'm gonna read out the quote from there From the coo. About why they chose to do this. Because i think they're trying to make it very clear that they're not leaving doda because they don't like the game or like the team that they have or whatever but its economy right so says this year has taken a massive toll on what was already an unstable ecosystem with the indefinite postponement of the deep sea. And the international we find ourselves in an increasingly unclear path to financial stability within the game. We're seeing a high concentration of town in the region meaning that the cost of keeping up is markedly higher while revenues are dwindling. Ninjas in pajamas is one of the most iconic teams in the world competing for the biggest trophies is a core part of our dna and the road so that through is simply not viable at this point because of that we have decided to shut down our doda to department in its current format and rethink our strategy regional presence completely a special thanks go star players who have worked hard to improve. Take all positively to our all our ideas on how to rethink the current way of approaching doda to. It's an incredibly talented group of players. Who have no doubt go far. I wish them the very best of luck. So there's a couple of things here right one. Is they talk about how europe is just too expensive like the cost. Benefit here is not good when there's no d. c. n. ti. It's way cheaper on the team and other regions because the salary expectations are lower. That's one well in addition to that. Obviously you like we just said is the highest tier doda right now. So if you're not in the top echelon which they're not yup then. You're not going to be doing well either. And then if you go to another region like for example if they picked up an a team like that in the current form even make sense. I don't know with the new. Dpc calling in january. Maybe it's possible but we've talked about this before and we just can't be surprised dr sure there's teams that are actually winning right now. That are doing decently. Well that are still losing money. And that's the problem with doda in not shun. Hopefully things will start changing as a result of the dp A big problem here. Is that an order of this magnitude. Needs to pull out of the game because of economy. That's the red flag right. It's not that big leaves. Doda can have different reasons for doing it. You can leave it because your team just isn't doing well. Or you want to reinvest into another game and you want to focus on that instead but this wording to me is pretty clear it is. We can't profit off this game and it sucks because we like it. You know that that pretty much seems to be the case and they're not the first ones right the reason this is making more headlines as that it's an ip there's been other teams doing the exact same like in Multiple teams have shutdown orders. That were investing just ended up quitting. Was it crazy. The team was zoa and It's a tra- the org left first. And then eventually the team disbanded but like and they probably ended up disbanding because they had no financial support and terminally so you know it's kind of a ripple effect and all we can do is really hope that whatever valve does in the start of the next year i just hope. It's not the bare minimum. You know. I really hope they understand. And see how much value there is in getting invested in this. And how much there is to lose really by not doing it that we don't just settle. I feel like we've settled for pretty long and we need some sort of like active interference. Or whatever you wanna call it.
What is happening with the Uighurs in China?
"In China's northwestern province of Xinjiang the government has locked up more than a million workers a Muslim minority in a vast gulag. The whole province is a surveillance state within a surveillance state. The government claims it's de radicalizing population prone to separatism. People in Xinjiang in your happy life people call for older to restored each in. China of course, is strongly opposed to any torture and prosecutor and discrimination of any avenue. Good people. This is not the case in. Child. The reality is that it's carrying out crimes against humanity. We're going to take a look at how the repression is tearing families apart and preventing leaguers from even having families. We'll speak. With. googlers forced always to look over their shoulders. And will find deeper complexity in the party's ethnic repression on a visit to a tourist town in south western China. Own. The government is persecuting not only adults but hundreds of thousands of children to. Reporting by the Economist has unearthed government documents that show not de Radicalization. It's a campaign to crush the weaker. Islam. Faith to erase their cultural identity to chip away in their minds and in their bloodlines at what makes them weavers. It's difficult to get firsthand accounts of what's happening. Clearly the weaker inching John are unable to speak. But some brave souls have managed to escape and to tell their story. Our China Affairs at its her Gotti Epstein has been speaking to one of them. Presume Daoud and her three children, Fridays? We're probably the most terrifying day of the week. That was the day when officials would question students and schools in. The interrogators were looking for clues about the students lives at home. They wanted to know whether parents prayed or used Islamic greetings or talked to the children about the Prophet Muhammad. If the answers were in satisfactory they could result in a family member being sent to what they call a vocational training centre. or The camps in Xinjiang New Gulag. One Bologna. Bake. As. Miss Dogwood told me her children would be nervous that they would answer. Wrong. And get her sent back to the camps where she spent two months in two thousand eighteen. Kept. A. Terrible. saw. The Donald Families Experience in this regard is is quite common and Chin John. Absolutely. People Focus when talking about the workers on the detention camps but really Xinjiang is an open air prison. For twelve million dollars, their surveillance both low tech and high tech Miss. Dodd Dawood told me of an APP installed on her phone and where afterwards when she. Used traditional Islamic greeting on the phone. She was called minutes later by her. Local police asked her why she did that. Victim get little bug Emerson S Allama. amendment. Get. Across the region, families will be appointed to write and read articles praising Seton King. Others might have to write and read hands to ethnic harmony and some have to praise other policies that the party is imposing on them including the placement of quote unquote Han relatives in their homes and given that much of this has has come out now in how do officials in an Giang justify that that level of surveillance Chinese officials say that they are doing this in the interests of the weaker pupil they say that they are fighting the three evils of terrorism extremism and separatism. They say, they are making Xinjiang's safer and they say they're making the weaker pupil happier. But in reality, the experience of workers in the camps and even outside the camps is one not of training for the workforce but of indoctrination of trying to strip them of their relief, zero city or of any sort of cultural practices which stripe them as efforts to be distinct and separate from China. So what happens to those who were deemed to broken these many tiny rules? Well, leaguers like Ms Dour are placed in the camps Kerr offenses was for. From Pakistan, where her husband is from visiting. Pakistan. A number of years earlier. Accepting money from a foreigner who has a family friend who lived in China and securing an American visa these are all things that police asked her about a four sending her straight off to a detention camp but she's apparent. I mean what happens to the children of Leaguers who are who are detained? Well, this is the problem that the Communist Party itself is having to face up to because they are struggling to deal with the children of the parents of detained in local work documents that we obtained the officials us a chilling tra- -nology to refer to children whose parents are being held by the state. They're called Don Kuhn or single hardship or swung double hardship depending on whether one or both parents. Has Been sent away and what the documents also reveals that they're struggling to keep pace. They want to place these children in boarding schools basically, and so they have spent a tremendous amount of money expanding boarding facilities at schools across sin John just in the last couple of years, and what are these schools like is not like kids version of the Gulag you described for adult that's not too far off I. mean. These schools many of them have high security fencing and that's even true of free kindergartens and they are places where the kids are kept. These are cited even in state propaganda sort of celebrated. But those kids are as young as months old the propaganda describes as being well fed well, cared for happy learning the national language. Chinese. The point of this propagandist to convey the notion that they are helping the. Wiegert children but obviously, the effect is much different. We've seen testimonies from Chinese teachers who volunteer work in these areas that described children in pretty bleak conditions and in terrible emotional states. But what do you mean by diluting the culture on the surface of it? This just looks like oppression does right and suppression, but it's pressure that's really designed to reduce the influence of the weaker people and even their numbers. Their policies supporting confirming ethic marriage trying to encourage weaker girls when the girl enough to marry Han men and their rewards associated with that those included job of flat or even keeping family members out of camp. And then there are other ways that they're literally trying to reduce the growth at least of the wieger population China enforces limits on families is in John. So women are being fitted with you at a much higher rate than the rest of China. Women with three children, which is the limit in rural. Xinjiang. are subjected to sterilization or a great risk of that. Ms Dawood yourself says, she was subjected to sterilization two thousand eighteen. The most abilities maintenance, this hustle bonetti based. So what do you think is going on here? Any seems the goal for the Chinese authorities is more than simply to to break the spirits of the weaker. I would say the situation meets every category of crimes against humanity literally has been defined by the Rome Statute International Criminal, court have forcible transfer population. You have imprisonment the prosecution against the identifiable group have the enforced disappearance of persons. It's a term that's codified international law and I think it's pretty clear and given that how should the world respond what is to be done about this? The most important thing is that governments need act they should offer asylum seekers. Should sanction officials in Xinjiang that are responsible issue banned goods made with forced labor I most important governments should speak up I think the right moment to call for action. You could see maybe China's cloud cracking a little under the weight of these horrific revelations. There are more people standing up to China and fewer standing with him today. There is a sign of hope for human rights and there is a sign of hope for the oppressed we were people in China.
"Hey welcome to the podcast about politics race and culture from the OC perspective I'M A. And I'm Hutagalung arena. Today, we have a very special guest joining us from yonkers new. York is Jamal Bowman he's the. Democratic nominee for Congress in new. York's Sixteenth District Jamal. To the show. Hello thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. We don't often speak to you know members, of Congress or potential members of Congress few like somebody maybe unexcited Cossio go. because. You're win like hers was a a really big deal. You defeated Longtime Democratic incumbent Eliot Engel in a huge landslide lead your the likely winner in the twenty twenty general election because you represent a very blue district. So it's really been a super big year for you. Your Primary Win came at the height of the conversation around justice for Black and Brown lives inequity the pandemic. With. It. So really your wind came kind of on the backs of all of that. So. Give us just a quick back story shore. So the back story I guess begins you know being raised by a single mom in the projects along with my three sisters. During the crack cocaine epidemic, which projects I gotTa know which projects Oh Easter projects one hundred, fifteen first avenue in Manhattan. WanNa raise on the. Upper East side East Harlem Section Manhattan went to public schools by entire life lived in the projects in rent stabilized apartments started teaching in nineteen ninety nine in the South Bronx in one of the poorest zip codes in the country, and you clearly can see the inequality the inequity in how wherever you go in a city state or country black and Brown people seem to be suffering more than everyone else. So growing up as a black man in America who has been a victim of police brutality. The first time I was beaten by police was eleven years old and notice I said the first time happen again, the a later on. IOS Eleven hanging out on the street with my friends and being rambunctious in boisterous in doing what kids do and I guess someone may have called the police because we were maybe too noisy a too rambunctious. and. The police came over and tried to live saw curtail us and tell us a comma down. You know we kind of push back in had a few words for them. Next thing I know like I'm being done up against the wall thrones Grou- face dragged all over the floor. In the back you know except Tra, and then we'll take into the precinct and US well to my mom about this later were taken to the precinct in a coma mom to come pick me up with a birth certificate because they didn't believe I was eleven am. makes. Me Think Tamir Rice as I say that out loud rain. She comes with a birth certificate picks me up and takes me home. Didn't explain to her what the charges were if any why they approached us to begin with, they just allow her to take me home in my mom and I didn't even think to you know press charges. Report anything like that. We just kept moving and it just tells you how internalize sort of our oppression is. Right like we just accept we have accepted in I have accepted that okay. There's nothing we can do where powerless. So becoming a teacher. Being a social justice advocate within education and having the opportunity to be a founding principle of my own district, public school charter school, and being education organizers around equity and restorative justice in culture, Responsi-, schools all of that led to me. You know think about a potential run for office and why Eliot Engel while I looked at twenty eighteen election and I saw that me thirty thousand registered Democrats in the district actually voted and he won with twenty two thousand votes. Yeah. Some like, wow. This person has making trillion dollar decisions that impact millions of people and he only got twenty two thousand. Volts Yep you look at who supports him right? Who Funds his campaign we're talking big real estate. Yep Big pharmaceutical companies, weapons, manufacturers, hedge fund managers, and every institution that is hurting our community hurting the working class. Those are the people that are institutions that funded his campaign. So that's why we decide the challenge chairman ultimately were able to win in the end
Nintendo delves into ‘Pikmin 3’ and ‘Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity’
"And welcome to NBC ends Nintendo podcast this week, we will be talking about Pittman Three Deluxe Higher Warriors, age of Calamity Monster Hunter of course, and the lack of Nintendo voice chat on it Nintendo switch. Would we have talked about before but you know this time we got Europeans. So look forward to that I'm your host cases in this week, I am joined by Pear strider. Day. Marks Oh and Zach Ryan top of the morning to each and every one of you. S. We are now recording on Thursdays so we never have to scramble to cover a Thursday morning announcement ever again. Even move everything to Friday it only two two plus years of intendo absolutely us. Before we decided we'd better move this stuff so. It's time this time we put our foot down. So, Great. But yeah, let's get started I guess the the biggest news is that we got to see a forty five minute long presentation on Picton Three Deluxe and a think twenty, five long minute presentation pyro Warriors Age calamity, and they were both treehouse presentations. So it was basically gameplay play with people talking about said game play Let's talk about Pittman three because that demo is available now and also Tom and pair have been plane. So did we learn anything in his treehouse presentation that you didn't already know? From play. we learned about the ultra spicy limit, the ultra spicy difficulty mode, and how it's going to limit Sixty like you can only have sixty pittman in the field at a time, which is kind of interesting like I don't know if that's the type of difficulty increase I would want because I lake having lots of Pitman following me, but it's it's an interesting thing to to hear about but yeah. Tra- spicy, not only great difficulty mode, but a wonderful flavor as well. I completely disagree with that but. Their own. But we did get to see person photo mode showing off, and we also got to see that whenever you encounter a new creature. It gets entering the PICCOLA Pedia, which is new at least for pick three, and there are new levels with Louis, which we saw the split screen. This was announced with the announcement victory deluxe, and now we just got to see it in action like I said the demos out now but I didn't mention that save from demo transfer over to the full game, and also completing also gives immediate access to the ultra spicy difficulty mode in the full game which Tom just mentioned. I'd stuff. And I'm actually going to be on the review for this one. So I've been playing I've been playing in a little bit more than what the Demo has well. And Man I still just love. This game holds up. So well, the the graphics aren't really any better here beyond like there's not lag when the juice goes into the bottles anymore like there was on we you but it was already such a good-looking game that you know it holds up in a lot of different ways are talk one of little little quality of life things that are just so so nice that aren't going to be on like the box or the store page, but are just like if you played the original, you're gonNA feel how much easier it is to control this one in little ways. Juice lag removal obviously is the top selling point. I've Hewlett back of the box to i. saw got very excited. Okay. I played it last night with my daughter. I played the demo not the full version yet but. We immediately jumped into op to see how that would work and I thought it was going to it in the demo of the final game. I. Thought it was going to lock you out until you had other characters on walked right in the picnic games picnic three everybody's scattered, and then you find each other and then you can switch back and forth. But the game actually lets you do you know laid at the same character twice from the from the very so you get this vertical split-screen arden the noise I. Think my wife is printing something on this year printer. Way Yeah, you get a vertical split screen and it is is completely de couple. So it's not a it's not keeping you together. One person can go into a cave and the other person can be outside. You can toss pigment to the one player and the other new obviously split the maximum amount of a between the two, but it worked really while it ran well, and it was just kind of fun to be doing these tax separately. Now I don't know how that impacts. The game because. Can Get way more done. I was battling a Boston. My daughter was like bringing strawberries back so We'll see how that impacts the game, but a works like a cinch and then. Play with a pro control in has two different Gyro moats. So has warned that is more like a pointer away you move around your target on the screen and the other one is more directional with like slight till to adjust. But I felt like the regular controls with the lock on feature worked just fine so. That's how a play on the we you as it was into great man. That's my biggest love that game. That's my biggest question is what the deal with the touchscreen integration was the handled that pretty well with Super Mario Galaxy with the pointer. So I figured it would be sort of a similar situation. Can. You can do joy concept shortly inside ways all of that, and the pretty smart in how the describe it, and it has reversible camera mode. So. Everybody was upset about the Mario Collection. It sounds like Nintendo is adding adding some of that feature stuff. Nice. Yeah the the funny thing about pigment to me is that. Pittman has now been on four consoles right with this. It's it's stretched across four different Nintendo systems five view count the three D. S., but we don't we don't. and. The funny thing about it is that it has never really been quite at home control. Wise on any of them. Right like the we you like the we moat is like not a much. It's a good way to play it but like it's it's got sacrifices in other ways the game pat I really liked but also then you have to like hold the game pad with one hand and right. With the other in our sometimes using buttons like like this, really as always had little control issues. So that's still sorta here but the the options they give you a lot of options and the options that they give you feel really good and the lock on feels really good and some of the the the quality of life things I was mentioning that just make things easier and quicker to control are like. Really little things like I'm getting into the nitty gritty here. But like when you disband when you do the whistle to dismiss the people or dismissed the pigment and let him out of your
Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?
"Nick. Thank you for being on this week's episode. You've been on plenty of them this past twenty twenty. So thank you for being on the pilot episode of Cuny. A thanks for having me it's always a pleasure. Yeah. All right. So great question for you Someone as let me scroll all the way back. If I can get all the way back there because I g TV can be a little bit hard when it comes to this stuff, somebody asked about the galaxy full to own Brandon Brandon asked, are you going to get accustomed galaxy full to and? The here's where I landed on the fold to once I tested it, and did my reviews for for jv in particular My main question going into using a foldable device on the daily was. His this phone going to provide more for me than just a more fun and bigger smartphone experience. If the question if the answer to that question was no, then I did not feel right mending two grand on it that ultimately became the case I. Love The fold too. I think it's a great device. I enjoyed my time with ED call of duty mobile and Rochman X. Dive on that big screen is. Literally experience you can have anywhere else unless you are willing to play on a tablet by. Yeah. I just. It's a fun device and that's all it ended up being and that's why ultimately said no, it's not for me. So you got your hands on it. You've been doing cameras enough do do you have any thoughts? So. I'm kind of with you on you know seeing if affordable device is the right device for me, my my previous experience with foldable devices got the test out the fold last year just for a couple of days not a full review. But then I got the Z. Flip and I actually really liked that device. But with the fold to my review approach is not me just reviewing the advice it's more of is doing already a blog style review seeing if. A week with this device can convince me that foldable displays are the future and this is where we should be going with smartphone technology. So I'm on day three of that As you said, I've tested out the cameras so far I've been using the phone as my main device. There are some benefits to having that larger screen. I. Honestly think that you know having that cross device between a phone and tablet. Can Be useful for some people But then you mentioned things like gaming and I I saw a lot of people doing this playing call of duty duty mobile on the fold, and you have a much bigger experience but actually I had to put it down after fifteen twenty minutes because of a different couple factors. The the weight of this thing is incredible. It is heavier than a tablet like this thing this thing is just as heavy as what an eight. INCH or nine inch tablet is just because of the metal building the glass on the back it's extremely heavy. So it's not really comfortable for playing for a long period of time but then also the aspect ratio while it does lend itself for what seems to be a more immersive experience. It's actually a cropped in experience. So you don't get any of your peripheral vision that you would get on a sixteen by nine display. It's it's literally cut off so if you have. Especially for first person shooters, you're literally cut off from about twenty to thirty percent of the screen that you would get on a regular smartphone but. That's left to right though right because it's taught top and bottom. You get more on the same about them you get the scene. More on the top and bottom no, you get you get the same view. It's so it's like yours. It's like you're on a smartphone. If you're you're here and then they're just cutting off this and you get that wider or taller aspect ratio by it's it's the same. So I had to quit after I don't know fifteen minutes and the other reason I quit was because it's you're feeling the plastic on the screen and so scrolling your fingers with onscreen controls isn't that smooth as A. Little bit more friction there and especially when it's a larger display unless I hadn't calibrated my controls on spring controls yet to make them a little bit smaller so that there and more responsive. So the ONSCREEN. Controls for call of duty mobile were driving me crazy after after fifteen minutes and I was like, no, I'm going back to my won't plus a pro. Just because it's a much, much better experience for me at least but as far as like it felt bigger and it's because like because the screen is bigger, it does feel more immersive. You're in the game more but I don't think it gives you a competitive advantage with with that feeling because of the other detractors that it, you know it's it's heavier the screens not as smooth. So your your finger scrolling on the screen aren't as quick and responsive, and then for me at least I felt like I was L-. I lost my peripheral vision. In it so But, I I. I think for for call of duty the whole peripheral vision thing. Maybe that is great but I can tell you sir on a platform like Rochman X. Dive it definitely rendered more of the top and bottom because there was more of that. They're so on a regular phone if there was a platform underneath me that I would not see until I fell off the current one I could see it on the full to scum that was literally there. Yeah. So it was literally showed up there. In the same vein of the fold to question someone did ask, would you pick a no twenty all tre or the full to and I think that's an interesting question because these are two very. Niche devices, Nisha lines that Samsung have created for themselves. So it's has pen or fold as penfold. How for me? I. Would Go with the note twenty ultra For for a couple different reasons, one of them being the cameras, the cameras on the no twenty tra- better cameras. that being said, I have been enjoying taking selfies with the fold since you can use the main cameras on the back. So if you're in the SELFIES, the full would be the better option there you can use the altar wide or the standard especially in low light conditions you to see a huge improvement But as far as overall usability of the device I would say the note twenty trump from me personally would be a better fit for my my use cases.
David D. Burns: Feeling Good During The Pandemic
"Well, it's no surprise that depression and anxiety are up to record levels during this pandemic what can you do to deal with this? Well, here to help is David Burns MD adjunct clinical professor. Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, his weekly feeling good cast by therapists and the general public with tips overcome depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, habits, and addiction. He's got a new book out called Feeling Great. The Revolutionary New Treatment for depression anxiety David. Welcome to the show. Thanks Perry well, this is a huge issue for us and I know give them before this happened in the mid nineties I suffered from huge depression anxiety. So I'm very familiar what's going on why is it peaking so much more now during the pandemic Well. I don't think I can answer that question but it is a fact that it is it is peaky and I've done research myself on the. Incidence and severity of depression than men and women. Before the pandemic and since the pandemic and certainly. Doubled in and women everything had has pretty much depression, anxiety anger and hopelessness. And in man anger has has doubled but I guess the reason we got upset at anytime is because of our thoughts and that idea goes back a couple thousand years to the Greek philosopher epoch. Titas who said. People are disturbed not by things or events, but by our thoughts about them. And so when people are depressed there, you're giving yourself negative messages when when you're anxious like I'm a loser be depressed forever. And those thoughts are really why you you're depressed your your thoughts in the here and now create all of your emotions. And the cool thing is. When you change the way, you think you can change the way you feel. You in the Book David Vet. Discovered that depression anxiety says something really good. Great about you and your core values what are those? Well. That's that's one of the new new discoveries and feeling great that has led to the ability of all Tra rapid recovery from depression and anxiety and the old days I would say up until now most therapists think that the people with depression and anxiety get stuck in them be for for negative reasons like you want to feel sorry for yourself or you you watch secondary gain, you get attention from people and those ideas are are really kind of put downs and and hurtful, and they're generally not even true. We've discovered is that Depression anxiety result from what's beautiful about you your core values, for example, one of the. People that I discussed in the book was a woman named Karen who had been depressed for nine years because our daughter got shot in the face by some neighborhood boys. Who Snuck up on her with a high. pellet rifle and it bullet. Pellet whatever it was hit or her her teeth of one of her tooth's exploded and get a lot of damage to her mouth and face and she ran indoor. She was twelve years old. She was screaming and this led to nine years of surgeries and treatment for her daughter. The treatments for PTSD was not successful and when Karen came to me, she'd been struggling for. You know all that time with severe depression anxiety guilt shame hopelessness telling herself I'm a bad mother. It's my fault. I never should have. Let her go out to play that that night things of that nature and what and before I try to help anyone crushed thoughts I save what are these thoughts and feelings show about you that's that's positive. An awesome. And that's the opposite of the way psychiatry and psychology. Work and but it's pretty obvious. You know she's very Karen is very self critical and that shows she has high standards. And her high standards have caused her to accomplish a great deal for herself. She got a PhD she has She's a clinical psychologist as a tremendous practice. She's done a tremendous amount. For her daughter, for example. In addition her feelings of guilt and shame and Italian yourself I'm a bad mother actually shows that she's a good mother, a loving mother and she's done everything she can to to help her daughter and continues. Right up to the day when when? I, what I treated her Her anxiety is a great thing because the last time she let her guard down and said, it's okay to go out and play her daughter had a horrible traumatic event and so her intense anxiety is an expression of her love for her daughter and to protect her daughter she's like a mama bear protecting her cubs. And then her her sadness and depression is also an expression of of for love. I said Karen if there was a magic button here, you press at all your depression and anxiety instantly vanish. And you'll be euphoric would would you press that button? She says Oh. Absolutely everyone says that everyone who's suppressing they wanNA press about then feel happy but when you think about it I said so I take that you wanna feel happy and euphoric to be. All. Your daughter is suffering incredibly. Is that correct? She said Oh no. No, that sounds horrible. And so you. So you see her her depression isn't a bad thing to get rid of it. It's a good thing. And together we made a list of twenty five things that her. Negative feelings and her negative thoughts showed about her that was really beautiful and they were obvious powerful things like her anger. What is that show about her well arrangers healthy. The those boys parents never should've let them go playing with neighborhood kids with a loaded rifle. So is this why we see so many very successful and creative people in the world suffer from depression anxiety. I don't think I know the answer to that question and I'm not even sure that's true I know that's a kind of a myth that people people. Do like to talk along those lines and certainly true that a lot of famous if two people have struggled with depression, a lot of people who aren't gifted. In that way have struggled with depression to what I'm referring to this a little different not that Karen has some or people who are depressed have some special. Aptitude that just that their feelings are the expression of what's beautiful about them they it's not due to mechanical imbalance in the brain or some mental disorder but here's the bottom line once she saw this and I said maybe Karen we don't want to press that magic button which style your emotions down to a lower level where you feel better. But you could still keep all these these beautiful qualities of high standards and love for your daughter and humility was another. Quality that she had that was you could see in her depression herself criticisms and she said Yeah let's do that. So I said how depressed would you WANNA BE BETWEEN Today and for the last nine years, you've been hundred out of one hundred. How much depression would you need? itchy. So ten percent is enough. And I said, well, can I show you on twenty? She started laughing said no tennis plenty and she gave numbers to dial down her shame or guilt or anxiety or rage to like five. Zero ten in that range, and now her resistance has disappeared and then I was able to help her crush her negative thoughts which were distorted like I never should have let her go out and play. Well, you'd have to be a fortune teller to know that she's being so unfair to herself but once that resistance disappears and she and her shame disappears and she sees that are negative. Feelings are beautiful positive something to be proud of then it's paradoxically easy for her to smash those thoughts and recover, and that's why I wrote feeling great because the. When I work with people now, they generally recover in just one session. It has to be ninety minutes session like with care to our session to to go through the various steps but ninety percent of the time people recovering now in one session, and this is revolutionary in new, and the reason I'm writing feeling great is because the general public can use these techniques whether or not. You're in therapy to vastly accelerate your your recovery and it's a very positive it's a realistic but but but positive message and I think it's a major breakthrough in psychotherapy.
Finding Peace Within
"This week you are on a wisdom quest. Each day I encourage you? To write down your reflections. AFTER YOU MEDITATE Keep a wisdom journal. Began to notice and listen to your site they're out the day. As you reflect on challenges, you may be struggling with. Or circumstances in the world that causes you. To feel distressed and disempowered. Allow yourself to settle your thoughts. By reflecting on how right this moment? You're doing one of the best things you could do for yourself. As you listen to your inner wisdom. Share with you a quote by famous Chinese philosopher Loud Su. If you want to awaken all of humanity. Then awaken off of yourself. If you want to eliminate the suffering in the world. Then eliminate all that is negative. In Yourself. Truly, the greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self transformation. Right now you're giving yourself and others. The gift your own transformation. I invite you. To touch your thumb. To your middle, finger. To do the shooting mood tra-. For patience. And discipline. It's not easy showing up for yourself day in and day out. It takes great patience. And great discipline. Here, you are today right now right here. Listening to your inner wisdom.