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Chatbot Message Strategy That Converts With Mark Bryson
"I am joined once again by mark bryson. How you doing man today. I'm doing good. I'm glad to have you back on So today we're gonna talk about you. Know how d- right great. Cta's for live chat for chat bots for sales and marketing to get people engaged in in you and your team to a lot of work with that but for those those people that don't know who you are and what you do like. Just tell us a little bit. I'm like you said my name's mark handy run the consulting team here at chat funnel so that means i help People are our clients implement chat bots to help them achieve some of their sales and marketing goals. We engage their site visitors and helped convert them into conversations eventually leading to demos Meetings and another engagement goals go you guys do great job to So like. I said we're gonna talk about. Cta's how do you ride a good see ta For for live chat for a chat get people engaged so I'm just gonna turn it over to you. They'll let you talk about you. Know what's the team's general philosophy when it comes to to writing good. Cta's yeah thanks So we wanna make them as humanly possible is the first thing you know. People kind of the old school way of a building. A bomb was without much thought into making it an enjoyable experience for people and People made him very robotic We want people to feel connected to it and similar to they do when you're chatting with a person of text on your phone or other other application We like to match the c. T. a. to the messaging tone of the site using similar acronyms. Similar technical verbiage Maybe they're more slang. Maybe they're more professional Trying to to be in sync with the other language that the marketing team is using.
A conversation on content and language
"We want to start this episode by getting to know our guests a little more. I have quite an interesting question here. That i've asked allie and d to think about so the question is how did you become interested in supporting subject teachers with english. Language needs of the students. How does this relate to your current work alley. Would you like to start. Yes so longtime gay back in two thousand and three. I became a substitute as lots of efl and temple teachers become and that was when i really became passionate about teaching teachers realize impact. You can have if you are training and developing teachers. And then if he is later. I was the head of a language school for the bell educational trust. That was down in kent in a place who bej bring a huge forest and in this forest. I was out of the language school on the same site. There was an international school. And so i also live manage the english teachers there and their role was quite different as it to. We didn't realize that to start with everyone was doing the same thing. And then through observations of subject teachers and the english teachers in the international school. I and the team realized that what was students at the international school needed was quite different. From what the students language score needed and so together we researching to kill some research into what those students who needed to help them. In their subject lessons the english language teachers really canes help to help skill the subject teachers however one thing that really fascinated me and something love encountered in most of the schools i worked actually was was a resistance to this change and whether it comes from people being concerned they don't know grammar enough confident enough in language themselves but it was something that really touched me and because i really feel so much to be learned from both sides and english language teachers and from subject teachers and yet there wasn't this cross pollination going on so after that i did my key ta i realized quite quickly seemed to be happening. Was that if you if you're not a qualified teacher. Actually teachers can be quite resistant to listen to a open. Maybe to hearing what you have to
Following criticism from lawmakers, MBTA says it will accelerate plans to restore service in Boston
"Figure out how to continue their education. As the MB ta plans have returned to full service Busses and cut roots are a sticking point. As we hear from WBC's Karen Regal as the MB TA promises to return to full service as fast as possible. Team management is being pressed to restore cut bus routes and accelerate service. There's a reason that's hard right now, explains Mbita. Assistant general manager Jeff Gonna bill because Adbusters. You have to have drivers and the tea can't hold training classes right now because pandemic So if you begin thinking about the hiring process, the training process getting people to the point where they are fully start ified. In driving a bus for us and picking up
MBTA Extends Shuttle Service On Orange Line After Boston Derailment
"MB Ta says service will now stay suspended on the Orange Line until April. 11th shuttle Busses will keep running as they have been between Sullivan Square and Oak Grove again. The rest of the line is running. Okay, but it's this stretch here where you will have to take a shuttle bus. Course crews have been out there doing repairs since last week when the train derailed right by Wellington Station. Workers still have to replace the track crossover where this happened, and they also have to replace track on both sides of the station platform. By the way, investigators say, they still don't know what exactly caused that derailment. Alright, 6 33 as promised. Let's go back to the highways now in traffic
The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are
"How i navigated getting a job weaves atlassian And for those might not know. Atlassian is i- unicorn. Australian a tech company Very prominent so The set of mondale. So it's a great article and the the international women's day very much. Appreciate alice's tom coming on today. Today's insides alice. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me great now. You wrote an article a post on link theme that grabbed my gives. You mind tanna Kudos for that because she locked it in It was tomorrow attention on lincoln. obviously And i think it's really important to share. Obviously this is part of international. Women's was trying to align with that. But there's a lot here so the unpack May be stop with how. I never got a getting a job. We've atlassian and sort of what motivated j. It's your story i. Ta joe The joke with atlassian. Clay was really about knowing their products having used them in the past saying the role come up having an israeli and check unical unicorn and their security journey as well. I was absolutely intrigued at to. What a software company Looks like in terms of their internal security and win these role popped up. It was actually in my group. That i'm hot. On linked in close trailing women insecurity network. I'm one of the league's over and so it was part of that group. That is on the job bro. Papa with. I was so excited as like music is a new role. It's a new tame as. I think i can do this. I think this would be one of those positions where i really make an impact in had value quickly being relatively new. Come up show you the security industry very good and it's there's a lot i mean. We won't even go into the we try to avoid the story of atlassian is that's a big big story. I'm pack their bags up new offices in in in sydney here as well i is that the wanting for you at all. Was that not a consideration. It was the atlassian story. Or were you thinking of getting out of it and coming to the east coast anyway. Well you have have. We accurate about the roughness island A stubby holder up the top there that there for my memory is being assessed boy but yes so. You're prepared to to move to this. This role yeah. I was one of the considerations that i had to tie it with a roll off in in sydney as things have evolved and his new project internally detained anywhere where our workforce of nearly five thousand across so many different times irons and There might working has really embedded ange. Now go to foam last how that can work and what best. It's really focused on the team. Coming together
How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard
"Coward. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Hi thank you brett fridge. Finding me here yeah. I'm excited have you. So i've noticed that you have been very active on clubhouse. I'm looking forward to getting your perspective on it but before we get into that. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about you and your role in the voice industry great so i am the ceo and founder of smart goals. And what we do. Is we create voice apps in the tech space specifically geared toward helping the supporting kids with social emotional learning conversations skills. So we've been doing that. We actually got into it around right before the pandemic on a small team of women got together on very focused. And we're really intentional. When we create those apps because we think about things like fine motor skills. We think about things like reciprocal communication and we think about things like building vocabulary. So it really really intention. We create the apps. That's amazing it's like voice tech- for good yes. Yes yes yes. So we are really excited about it. we partner with schools as well as non profits to kind of get those Apps within the to to the kids who have been need them the most and the one thing that we find that they're fun right. They don't really know that they're learning. So i was really really fun and then it also gives something different from just looking at a screen all day of pink playing a computer game so the people that we partner with a really excited about goes apps created. Yeah what time to launch it is. Everyone is remote learning from home. Now they're looking for tools precisely like what you're offering exactly in the big thing about it. Is that his exposure for us. We understand that yes. Most people have a device on. But they're only using it the weather or directions or to order something and so this exposes the kids to something different especially for those in underserved community who may not have a device at home it gives them extra exposure to understand it. Hey this is something that i can do. Which has led us to start creating courses or classes for young kids so that not only they're exposed to it but also learn how to create apps of their own great all right so i'm really glad to have that background. I'm sure there's you've piqued the interest of a lot of listeners. Who are probably going to check out some articles which will get into it at the end. We'll give give everybody to see. Ta that they can go and check it out today. We're talking about clubhouse. I would say we're clubhouse friends. We've been at a lot of room together. We spoke together on which has been great because we didn't really have any interaction before that maybe a couple of times twitter or something like that but We hadn't had a chance to formally so this is extending it further. We're at the podcast together. I would say someone in the voice industry. Why don't you start out by telling us a little bit about when you joined and what your first experiences were on the on the network so i joined in november. Maybe kind of late november noel. Silver is actually invited me so she myself and another friend of ours. We actually met at the conference in new jersey. The first voice conference there. So that's where we met and we kept in touch on Motive exactly And so that's where we met. She invited myself. And another lady denise to the platform my initial experience was that it was a great place for really rich conversation. So i can just bounce from room to room here with people are saying and joining i likes. I really really enjoy the fact that i can either be just a listener and just soak all the information or i can actually be involved in the conversation and i think that's the point that we miss a lot in that when we're listening you we love podcast but we would love to acts that person who's leading the podcasts or the host to just ask one question so that was the big thing for me and besides not having to get on video all the time so it's always a great bonus but my first day was like a twenty four hour marathon twenty four hours twelve or twelve hour marathon just really feeling the full of a voice what clubhouse actually causes people to feel and But then i kind of sell the into. Where the niche did i wanted to actually start participating in which was tech. I'm still around businesses startups. And so those were the main room said i really gravitated to so it. Sounds like you started out mostly as a listener but you've become increasingly more active. And i think you're you're hosting rooms now. So what did you talk about what your evolution was like. Why you sort of moved to where you are today and how you're using it today. Yes so that was one of our goals would know out in these night got onto. The platform is to educate bis small businesses about voice So obviously we had to get acclimated to the environment. What was going on. But we quickly schedule rome every friday at two central to just have it introduction to 'em where we saw amazon alexa right just as most people know about that missile. We hosted those roads every friday little small sided with a small group than it grew a little bit larger. We don't have large I would say has gotten large over time. But it's not like hundreds and hundreds of people but we often get a lot of people who kinda combat time after time
Pokemon community divided over Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl’s graphics
"Pok mon everywhere. It's focus on the first. One is the pokemon legends. Look at all. This is legend arkadiusz. Our our kids. Yes and it's an open world. Rpg that we've been driver out for as. Tom said ten years fifteen years easy ever since the game cube came out. I would say like pokemon stadium. i think. Yeah that's what. I'm saying like the first three games came out and that wasn't like immediately after red blue. Yeah we five years. It's only been twenty five years guys. Yeah that's only been twenty four years. It's it's a free cau- to every single pokemon game that's ever happened in the snow and the snow snow area. You're getting these steam punk wooden proto balls. They're called to catch pokemon and you're literally out there in the grass sneaking up on pok mon two toss and catch. That'll be fine and then the one. I'm very excited for as well as we're getting a remake of diamond and pearl called brilliant diamond and shining shiny shiny. Is it shining shining pearl. Thank you which. I was in the digital green room talking about how. That's probably i mean. Obviously red and blue pave the way. But man i spent i think i sold my parole game somewhere. There's like four hundred five hundred plus hours on that on a little game. So i'm going to be getting that day one. I'm a pearl guy all day. I love me that pollock but it looks really cool. I want to add one. Quick thing about pok mon arcus and i made it apparent on social media all mad that jif is pronounced jeff. I'm still mad. That arche is is arthritis. I can see. That's it's but. I will say that game. I think is going to live and die by. It's how well you move in the area the poco on catch ability and the battle system. If one of those things are not good. Well it looks like it's still turn based battles which is fine but and like if it doesn't look great it's going to be really boring and stale. Yeah and showed a showed in the video showed a pokemon using what looked like tackle. They're actually hitting each other now. Which is like we haven't well. Yeah that's what. i'm saying. The battle animation. If the battle is just gonna be really boring. That's that's what a lot of hardcore poem on like fans get upset with the newer games because the battle emmissions. Don't get better when you have games like pauken tournament. And you're like you do this you can do it. Yeah excited for those coming to the switch Signed me up for both but man pearl my heart. Strings were plucked. When i saw that. I zoom in on the old they zoom in on the original and then it starts up with that like loading. Obviously i've seen that screen for five hundred hours and it was just like it's
Cyber conflict between Ukraine and Russia
"Security firm proof point this morning released a study of chinese people's liberation army threat actor ta four thirteen. That's deployed a militias fire. Fox browser extension fryer fox in a surveillance campaign directed against tibetans. Ta four thirteen has also used scan box and support your malware in its operation so far this year the units targets include tibetan groups both domestic and in tibetan diaspora proof point assesses ta four thirteen tool said as limited but quite effective against dissident communities. Which after all have what proof point aptly calls a low barrier to compromise the campaign also suggests a shift to more open source tools on the part of the p. l. a. ukraine's national security and defense counsel has accused moscow of compromising a ukrainian government file sharing system the system of electronic interaction of executive bodies zd net thinks. The group responsible is gamero. Don a group widely regarded as a proxy for russian intelligence services. Kamera don has certainly been active against ukrainian targets in the past. But it's an odd duck while often thought of as an advanced persistent threat that is a government. Run operation in some respects. It doesn't really act like a government agency or even a straight up contractor like iran's mob group for one thing gamero don doesn't restrict it's targeting the way government operation normally would nor is it entirely indiscriminate in the way the lower end criminal gangs tend to be for all that gamero. Don is both noisy and aggressive. Research by cisco's talos group suggests that gamero don is also a mercenary player in the criminal. Criminal market talos wrote in. Its recent report on maradonna quote. We should consider the possibility of this. Not being an ap t at all rather being a group that provides services for other ap teas while doing its own attacks on other regions and quote so Kind of contractor perhaps a criminal organization that hires its services out to intelligence services but that also does business with other criminals while its principal state sponsor by general agreement russia turns a blind eye so gamero don is one of the most active and undeterred actors in the threat landscape it does the work of an ap t but it uses a cybercriminals style. It's worth noting that the operation the ns dc describes seems to be a software supply chain compromise as an s. d. c. tweeted. The attack belongs to the so-called supply chain attacks methods in means of carrying out this cyberattack allow to connect it with one of russia's hackers spy groups this is therefore a different matter entirely from the distributed denial of service attacks ukraine complained of at the beginning of the week the de dos attack targeted. Both the national security and council and the sba you security service bleeping. Computer reports and ukrainian authorities did claim that the attack had its origins in russia in as they put it russian traffic networks. The ns dc describes the diaz thusly vulnerable government web servers are infected with virus that covertly makes them part of a button. It used for de dos attacks on other resources at the same time. Security systems of internet providers identify compromised web servers as a source of attacks and begin to block their work by automatically blacklisting them. Thus even after the end of the de dos fix the attacked websites remain inaccessible to users and quote. But it seems that this denial of service harassment was probably the work of the criminal. Gang thought to be retaliating for the arrest of three of its members by the cranium. Participants in a big bilateral franco ukrainian law enforcement sweep alleged members of gregor. We should of course say allegedly engaged in criminal activity. These particular alleged. Hoods seem to have belonged to a gregor's ransomware sub gang french authorities in particular had blood in there is because as france entire reports. A gregor was allegedly implicated in ransomware attacks against hospitals. So paris in kiev. Good hunting. go get him. There allegedly bad guys researchers at mcafee this morning released their study of uc ransomware. A new strain detected earlier this year. It's another entry into the ransomware as a service market whose operators hawkins in both russophone an anglophone criminal the criminal markets. It uses the familiar attack. Vectors common in the ransomware space phishing emails of course but also exploitation of compromised accounts index has gained through unpacked. Systems with known vulnerabilities. Babba criminal customers seem so far to be most interested in hitting victims in the transportation healthcare plastics electronics and agriculture sectors. Their activity has extended to a number of geographical regions and the malware doesn't use the sorts of local language checks often employed to keep the operators out of water in countries whose legal systems tend to be vigilant and unforgiving mcafee's notes on abbott. See an interesting division of labor across its two principal linguistic communities. The operators will use an english language for them for announcements but a russian language forum for affiliate recruitment ransomware updates
Exploring the World of Electric Vehicles and Photography
"Going back to our roots. In nimble photography thinking has always been trouble lightly and take only pictures now as we begin to think about post pandemic exploration the world of electric vehicles has become very interesting in combining emissions free travel with nimble photography feels like a match made in heaven. I hope you enjoy the show. Like many of the lightning bolts. That have struck me over the years. The concept for this podcast is the result of ideas and situations all just together today. I'm going to explain how that happened. And then where. I think we should go from here. All righty so. Let's just start at the beginning. I been interested in electric vehicles for some time. You know that on the notification list with a volkswagen buzz which is their reimagined bus. That's all electric so the plan has been when the time came. I would sell the van again. I have in a lot of you. Know about the vancouver. I've told stories about it. I would sell to an owner. Who would really appreciate it. Take care of it and keep it going. It's it's running quite well right now and then. I would use the money from that sale as part of the down payment on the all electric volkswagen buzz. Which is their bus bus. that is really futuristic. Looking at least by all the renderings. Here's the thing. I i gave myself until twenty twenty one before i would make a decision about all this originally. I was thinking that the buzz would be in production now and then. Just be a matter of alright. When does it get to north america. And how many will be coming here. Well volkswagen been working on all sorts of stuff and they've been dealing with the pandemic at the same time. And i know one of their thoughts was or still is to build a factory here in the us To build the bus well as far as they know they haven't built the factory yet and we really don't have any ta on the bus so way back when i joined the mailing list about the bus and I got one not too long ago from volkswagen. That was talking about the car that is here in the us now Called the id four and it's basically an all electric suv built on their new platform. So i took a look at it. Because really what i'm looking for in this next. Two car is something that i can road trip with. Something that you know has enough cargo space for me to have whatever gear. I need possibly to catch a few hours at a rest. Stop if i need some rest to you know to fresh up again before. I hit the road something that just allows me the versatility to do like camping to explore areas for my photography and to do so relatively comfortably so even though the eighty four is not the bus in a dozen have some of the really nice stuff that a bus brings to the table. It brings other things to the table that are also quite nice. So i said okay. I'm gonna take a look at it. Take a look at this vehicle. And when i start looking at it i really liked what i saw so i started reading reviews on it because there has been a a pre production model here in the us. For some time they've already gone through Addition one of the car so owners already have it. So there is information on it and the reviews. Were quite good. And i'm going okay. I'm kind of excited about this. And especially knowing that who knows when the bus is gonna show up. I'll deal with that when that happens so i decided to go ahead and put a reservation down on the. Id four and the way that i worked with a volkswagen program is that you put one hundred dollars down to place your reservation and at that time you design your car. You know you're on you're on the site and you know you're deciding what color you want and deciding what packages you want color interior. You know all that kind of stuff. So i designed my id four and is beautiful beautiful blue with a light gray interior different. Environmental lighting on the inside is pretty fun
In Georgia, a New District Attorney Starts Circling Trump
"Insurrection by the United States Senate, but his phone call to Georgia's secretary state of January 2nd could still trigger criminal prosecution. Something occurred here within my jurisdiction. That may be criminal. On our Sunday Atlanta's morning news, talking to the agency's Greg Bleustein of WSB Sandra Paris, where that investigation from Fulton Ta Funny, Willis and state lawmakers even could go next. Over the weekend, the district attorney describes her investigation is wide raising to The New York Times. Will that include more than this call to bread? Rapids Burger is one of fine Uh, 11,780 Well, that famous phone call to Secretary of State Rapids burgers there more there. 100% d a funny, Willis said that it will involve more than that one phone call. That's the starting point. That's certainly the focus. That might be the easiest thing that prosecutors could match onto because there's so much evidence you've got that that recording the half half the nation has heard. But she also indicated that she'll be looking at other things like Governor President Trump's calls to governor camp, urging him to summon lawmakers to a special session. Um, like the Senate hearings from a few weeks ago featuring Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani, promoting falsehoods and conspiracy theories about the election, and one letter was even since Attorney General Chris Carr, who we know was also, um Urged by by President Trump, not Torto not to encourage other attorneys generals to fight Some of these false claims in court. So those were those were at least starting points for investigation. But as she said, an investigation like this is like peeling back and then you know, you never know what you're gonna find is you start Are going through these layers. D a funny, Willis says, says she's also opening open to considering not just conspiracy, but racketeering charges connected to the Trump campaign. And George is she Brought a novel racketeering case before the 2014 criminal trial against a group of educators in the Atlanta public school system who have been involved in a widespread cheating scandal. WSB news time is
Big changes for Apple Maps
"I'm brett. Molina and welcome back to talking tech. You rely on a smartphone app to check traffic when you go out and about now. Even though there's not as much traffic these days due to the pandemic. I still use one regularly in. My favorite app is ways. I like how ways we'll give you an ta to your destination and we'll give you a preferred route. It also alerts you to issues ahead including car. Crashes slow traffic speed traps now. There's reports that apple maps is going to get an upgrade with some of these features right. Yes there've been a couple of new reports now from both techcrunch and the verge that say real time. Traffic reporting is currently available for those users with the iowa's fourteen point five beta which is available for developers an public beta testers users can report accidents or hazards on the road by using siri or through. Apple's carplay drivers or passengers can verbally tell siri there's a crash up ahead or there's a speed trap here there's also a report button which will show up on the screen and users can mark the location of the accident hazard or speech and then that input can be related to help other users. I do use apple maps some. Because i must have met when time isn't an issue. I think apple maps gives me a more direct less circuitous route and ways. Sometimes it seems like ways is too smart for its own good and puts me in a position where i have to cross a street without stop signs for the crossing traffic. But i would guess. There's some eventually
No Injuries Reported After CTA Orange Line Train Derails
"One is hurt after a C to Orange Line train derailed Midway airport. It happened yesterday morning when the train was switching tracks. Doesn't passengers were removed from the train and evaluated they were all okay. See, Ta says Orange line trains were suspended between midway in Pulaski as a result of that derailment.
Stay home on Monday, Philadelphia Federation of Teachers urges its members
"In Philadelphia. The teachers union is telling teachers to stay home this week, even though the district is calling back some elementary school teachers to prepare for in person learning Emily Rizzo from member station wh Y Y Reports, the union says the buildings aren't safe. The Philadelphia school district threatened union members with disciplinary action if they do not show up on Monday, local and state officials are urging the district. To delay reopening council member Jamie Go TA of West Philadelphia, says her office has received hundreds of calls from concerned community members are neighborhoods have already been disproportionately impacted by cold it, and so they don't feel confident in this plan. There was no way that I could stand behind what feels like Self imposed deadline open, Jordan says This isn't about teachers wanting to stay virtual. But needing a safe reopening plan
Atlanta Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is dangerously kooky. Apparently, that’s just what her voters want.
"Meets module retailer green in congress. She represents georgia's fourteenth district right outside atlanta and in life. She represents some views right outside of reality. Marjorie taylor green. She won her house race for a district in northwest georgia. She has in the past promoted. That cunanan conspiracy theories q. Is a patriot. We know that for sure but we do not know who q. Is people believe that q is someone very close to president trump. according to him many in our government are actively worshiping satan or they call moloch. I mean is it going to be true that the child pedophilia and the elites in the washington. Dc is that what we're really going to see them out is it going to be satanic worship q. Was in the house of representatives Loops now marjorie taylor. Green is hardly the first member of congress to hold some out their beliefs. I mean ted cruz believes that bid as working for him but cunanan is not just extreme. It's usual people. How are you going to be in the government and believe that the government is full of satan worshipping sex predators. It must be exhausting to be walking around the halls of congress. Just constantly opening doors like ta. Now just a supply closet. Gotcha now just a copy room fire. Now that's my office man. I'm so lost and it's not just cunanan. In fact it seems like green has a conspiracy theory for every letter of the alphabet the trump backing republican embraces completely false in on conspiracy theories and in a newly uncovered video from twenty eighteen claimed former president obama is muslim. The clintons had jfk junior killed and even questioned whether a plane crashed into the pentagon on nine. Eleven it's odd. There's never any evidence sean. For a plane and the pentagon facebook posts have surfaced in which green called the deadly parkland high school suiting. Fake along with video showing her harassing parkland shooting survivor. David hogg red light gun laws that attack our second amendment right. How do you get avid gun. Owners and people that support the second amendment to give up their guns and go along with anti gun legislation. How do you do that. Maybe you accomplish that by performing mass shooting into a crowd that is very likely to be conservative. Is that what happened in las vegas. Have you seen the picture of ruth. Baiter gingrich walk into the airport. Butler hillary clinton so is interesting. So i do not believe that was ruth negga. I don't think so. I don't need wow okay. So our bg has body double. Hillary clinton has a body double one makes it sound like everyone has their own body double. I mean that's such a silly thing to believe you'll the weekend they're onto us get out of them and raw but the big question is how did osama bin karen get elected to congress in the first place well it turns out she was lucky to be one of nine republicans running for the seat. So everyone's attention was spread around instead of focused on her kind of like how. There are so many different kinds of oreo. Now that you hardly even notice that one of the flavors of human flesh and while some of the cuban on stuff did come out mostly what voters knew about her was that she was a hardcore trump supporter. And yet she sometimes sounded like a crazy person but only in a comforting familiar way. She's a former trough in gym owner. Who has a few roles editor father's construction company but really has no political background at all. America's the greatest country in the world. We need conservatives in washington that will keep it that way. The democrat party is no longer an american party. They are now the party of socialism. They wanna rip our borders wide open. They wanna kill babies up until birth. And maybe even afterwards i have a message for antifa terrorists. Stay the hell out of northwest georgia god. Damn i'm no which house. I'm skipping on halloween. And by the way everyone's freaking out about greens cunanan on beliefs. But if you ask me. The scary cultures involved in is crawford's scientology jumping jacks but yes aside from the cul stuff a lot of greens. Beliefs are typical for today's republicans. But she also has a little extra something that makes the far right. Love her even more. It's racist
"ta" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"These friends. Physicians you know. These are the positions of people that are action. Were actually working in. The very house got invaded yesterday. And it's sometimes they're just majority. Republican birtherism was majority republican position. I mean the yesterday that happened. A majority of republican house members voted to block the elect the seating electors. So then what i mean. What either of the election is being stolen. Or it's not you know either. We suffered eight years of an illegitimate president. Did not you now. And so i. I don't understand how people who either trade in these lies at the minimal Advance them you know. In other cases can somehow Be surprised or condemn the actions yesterday. If what a significant portion of the republican party and its leader by the way we leadership it's later says is true than a coup. D'etat is the correct action. I don't know why wouldn't be justified. So i don't know how. On the one hand you condemn the actions of of the crowd yesterday and then you know on the other hand. I support everything we've been told about about the election and election pass up until now. Yeah it's a great point that like if the premise is our true. Which is that. The election was stolen stolen stolen fraudulently stolen by a conspiracy cabal of shadowy forces that have wrenched away the rightful winner and replaced it with the loser which again is actually trying to happen in the opposite direction. Right i mean. I'm you go sit. Sit at home and let it happen again. We'll like the thing i was thinking. So here's the thing. I was thinking. I was like what i thought i had. Yesterday was to run the thought experiment other direction. Which is this like. let's say let's say trump pulled it off. Let's say that enough. You know that that enough state officials cooperated or he had majorities in both houses. That would do it where he basically was able to knock out electors you know with whether through just sheer majority votes in both houses that seat electors that were you know. These alternate slates. These ridiculous you know sham electors. Let's say he pulled it off. What would the proper response of like anti-trump forces beat of that like you shouldn't you shouldn't draw your gun on the capital but there should be millions of people millions of people in the street for sure..
General info about BI SIG with MaryBeth Osborne
"Everybody to the brain injury sig podcast. This is our first podcasts. And we are so excited to have mary beth born as our person that we are interviewing for this podcast so as our inaugural version here. We figured we'd do is talk about the sig in some influent in some Can up-to-date versions of what's going on with the sig. So mary beth is a physical therapist who initially got her degree from the university of north carolina at chapel hill in nineteen eighty nine and then went back a few years later to get her. Dpt in two thousand nine as she has clinical specialization in neurologic. Physical therapy which She was board certified in two thousand fourteen. She has professional experience in a lot of different settings. I'm a large portion of her time in brain injury community based re entry and then supported living program. She was adjunct faculty at unc chapel hill for five years and then has been at university health for five years in their outpatient narrow clinic in serves as the co director of the neuro residency program. She has expertise in the hippo. Therapy and aquatic therapy so. Welcome mary beth. Good to have you thank you. I'm delighted to be the first gassed on your podcast. And help promote the sake right so i guess i should mention the reason why you're here as our guest for the big is that you have quite a lot of experience helping out with the brain injury sig in general in the a n. P. t. on so could you maybe just tell us a little bit about your role in the brain injury sake. Sure i'm the immediate past chair of the brain injury special interest group and served two terms And it was an extra year is well because it was We transitioned from chair. Lacked position which i served that year so i believe it was seven years as the brain injury. Sick share I started as the chair so A lot of people know came back or karen mccullough she nominated nominated me from the floor at a csm meeting and That's when i started being involved with the big. Wow awesome and we thank you for all your work that you've done for the many changes in the accomplishments that you had over the years with it so for people who don't really know the structure of organization of maybe kind of umbrellas. Ap ta in a n. p. t. could you just kinda give a brief Overview of kind of how the brain injury falls into place where really falls amongst the structure of the aneka ti. Of course that abt a has a number of academies sections and so the academy with under which the brain injury special interest group falls is the academy of neurologic physical therapy or a. n. p. t. and so under a. n. p. t. There are eight special interest groups or six and so the brain injury special interest group is one of those eight special interest groups and the intent is just to break down the content area or Interest area of clinicians and their pets Into common interest areas so that the special interest groups kind of interface directly with the membership on a smaller level. Right right thanks. That's really helpful. I think to kind of know where everyone falls in alignment and kind of how they all work together. So the brain injury sig than is part of the a. N. p. t. Does the brain injury saying have its own particular goals or kind of missions or things that it's doing to can help on conditions who are had interested in helping individuals with brain injury. Yeah so the jury's special interest group mission aligns with the economy of neurologic. Pt's mission and is basically. And i'm paraphrasing. But it's basically just a forum to promote health wellness Optimal function and quality of life for individuals with acquired brain injury That's kind of the overall arching thing is to gather people who are interested in providing care and assisting individuals with acquired brain injury From the physical therapy perspective.
Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings
More than 300 Nigerian schoolboys kidnapped by gunmen Were Rescued.
"Of cat scene state said bringing relief to many families. I think we have recovered. Most of the boys governor me bella. Massari said in a televised interview with state channel and ta abduction grip the country already incensed by widespread insecurity and evoked memories of boko harms. Twenty fourteen kidnapping of more than two hundred seventy schoolgirls in the northeastern town of chiba took last friday nights gunmen raided the government science secondary school in sina on motorbikes and marched the boys into ru forest in the biggest such incident in the lawless region in recent years massari said a total of three hundred and forty four boys held in the forest had been freed in neighbouring zamfara state. The boys were on their way back to cat zena and would be medically examined and united with their families today. Massari said a retired health worker whose thirteen year old son was. Among the kidnapped boys could not contain his joy at their release. He's only concern now. Was reuniting with his son. He said boko haram has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping in an unverified recording the video which features boko haram emblem shows a group of boys in a would pleading help us help us the father of one of the missing boys who gave only his first name. Emma said his son was one of the boys who is heard. speaking in the video. Boko haram has a history of turning captives into jihadist fighters if it's claims a true its involvement in northwestern nigeria marks geographical expansion in its activities. But it could have purchased the boys from local criminal gangs with which it's been building ties armed gangs that robin kidnap-for-ransom widely referred to as bandits carry out attacks on communities across the northwest making it hard for locals to farm travel on tap rich mineral assets in some states such as gold. Such gangs killed more than eleven hundred people in the first half of twenty twenty alone according to the rights group. Amnesty international a former acting chief the us department of homeland security's intelligence office has told congress. The dhs
More than 300 schoolboys abducted by gunmen in northwest Nigeria have been released, says Katsina State governor
"The governor of Nigeria's casino state says more than 300 school boys abducted last week by gunmen in northwestern Nigeria have been released. Governor Amino Bello Massari made the announcement Thursday on Nigerian state TV and TA from his office in Katsina State. He said that 344 the students have been released and handed over to the security officers. Boco Haram has claimed
"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST
"Minority women. Oh and key sleep we have to sleep home! notice This generation is team no sleep. I sleep when I'm dead. And you know just go go go. I have recently with my retirement learned how impactful sleep is because I was on that train of like do all the things and really doing nothing when you look at it. I I am so glad you touched on how important sleep is and also water intake. I think that just proper hydration is also something that we're missing the mark on. You think about how your body has to function how all of our organs need water to thrive you worried about your taste buds. And I don't like how water taste but do you know that you are like your heart needs water your lungs need water our whole bodies need it . G et you a pretty bottle off of Amazon WATER COSTS US NOTHING . Nothing else hydrate hydrate hydrate all day. You know, it's good for the organs its good for the skin . its good for the hair You're right. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. You're right. Right. So the big thing now is self-care. I hear a lot of conversations about self-care self-care, you know, I am seeing facial massages trips, but don't care could just be doing nothing. Yes, just relaxing drinking your water getting you know, Getting your sleep eight to ten hours minding your business, but overall provision is anything that is related to early detection is absolutely imperative in the medical field dont be afraid of the mammogram its uncomfortable. But like you said, you know, we bear children we have children. There are things that are way more painful. It is a very quick exam. It doesn't move along and your breasts actually do get a rest. Awesome. Thank you! Sheer Squad with this being October. There are so many people , providers and places that you can go for free screening in the event that you don't have a primary care doctor if this conversation with Brandy has like heightened your interest because she has given us our lives and let us know where we have dropped the ball and I want you guys to make sure that you check out the show notes for resources. I am going to compile some places that you guys can check out if you are looking to get a screening not just this month, but overall this is something that is very very important and we Absolutely have the opportunity to do what Brandie said and move the needle in another direction that tells a different story from black being the highest or most often losing their lives to breast cancer. So I really really really appreciate you for coming on for sharing this information and for just having a heart for people as a whole but for your people, I would love to have you back you are just a wealth of knowledge at these conversations are absolutely necessary start talking about the tatas with your friends. Your family member its a necessary in conversation and it could save lives. So I will chat with you guys next week check out the show notes, and if you would like to connect with Me outside of podcast check me out on Instagram. All of my links are in the show notes. I look forward to chatting with you guys. Very soon. Keep living keep learning and most importantly keep loving! Bye buy home.
"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST
"The premise is behind the chemicals that are found in deodorant. Okay. Now where there are chemical that or anti-perspirant, you know different things we put on our body that can enter the skin and that may can cause damage. None of it does the research doesn't support it being linked to cancer cells. So this $8 aluminum-free smells like nothing deodorant that my husband keeps wanting me to use I can I can now tell him that my Secret that smells like flowers and rose gardens is to use. Yeah, please tell your husband and I shall I shall and I'll save that $4 extra dollars from Brand I shall not mention , which I will not insert here and see what else I've heard same thing with underwire bras . You know, I hear people say if you wear and under wire bra because of the wire it can increase your risk for breast cancer. That's not true. I've actually heard and been concerned about it. Yeah. Yeah. They press I've heard that it presses on a lymph node or something and can like overstimulate. Yes, so here's the thing with myths and this is not me denying that there aren't chemicals out there that can cause change or there aren't products out there that can cause changes but when you talk about a link to cancer and cancer-causing cells, you know, it's just not supported. Oh good. We should we or do I support a very holistic and homeopathic regiment absolute. but to support supplements and all these things is just not true. You know, the biggest myth I hear is the phone putting the phone in your bra, you know, a lot of us. I feel do that. I still put on a bra and radiation something right radiation. Absolutely and I have an aunt had breast cancer and every time she sees me with my phone and my bra she just take it out and I always say auntie it's okay. It spark something for her shall not sit by yes. Yes. So that's the thing is myths. You can do everything right we can try to do everything right and we can still be diagnosed with not just cancer and breast cancer but diabetes, hypertension. Okay. I promote a holistic health. I promote physical activity. I promote tobacco cessation limiting alcohol eating healthy. All of these things they improve quality of life and they help decrease our risk factors and knowing your family history is so important because if you know your family history is just kinda of gives us a one up to try to prevent, you know cancers or any other illnesses. So it's just very very important. Yeah. Absolutely. Oh I have learned. Yes, I have learned quite a bit about myths and oh another myth that I wanted to make sure we made public is that men don't get breast cancer and men and absolutely do get breast cancer. Yes men are can be diagnosed with breast cancer. Good one good one good ones. Yes, man can be diagnosed with breast cancer usually in the pectoralis muscle which is just that chest muscle and that one we love, you know, don't want to just look glistening when it off for me it is so shea butter, upon it right absolutely, but they have amounts of breast tissue. So the number that are lower compared to women are like 23 to 2,500 a year and about, you know, little little over four hundred, you know can be severely infected and die from it, but men can get breast cancer. Absolutely. Yeah, so usually it's not yes. Yes. We're getting rid of it man. You can't have breast cancer as well. Absolutely. Okay. So you talked about just your approach to not just people who may be dealing with cancer. But just to your patients as a whole any tips best practices or just habits for life that you would suggest specifically because we're talking about the tatas, but what if some things that you would like to see more my first and foremost which I mentioned a little bit is literacy. I think this is a great way to raise topics about various health conditions that have women so we can talk about it. We can dispel myths you can ask questions and just feel more comfortable talking to someone who you can relate to so literacy is very important just really understanding your body and knowing your body. Another thing is Conversations among friends and family. Advocacy is huge. Okay, and those two things are very big to me because we cross once we cross those barriers of the discussion, then we can get everything else. You know, I promote a lot of physical activity among my women very good vaginal Health. That's another thing breast health and one thing over all, which is a totally different podcast but GI Health GI health is important . There's a new emerging field called functional medicine and it touches and in research has a lot about how the gut is related to inflammation. So overall, you know, we had these anti-inflammatory diets or alkaline diets or organic diet. So just kind of takes all of that information and it it tries to correlate it with us overall birth. Hormones are moved everything is highly affected. So if I had to sum up in a nutshell us overall, I would say be consistent with your doctor's visits home, you know be consistent when it's time with your preventive screenings your Pap Smear the mammogram the colonoscopy be pay attention to your body. Don't be afraid to ask questions as I mentioned earlier ain't nothing wrong with a burger every now and then but I think it's best that we try to decrease risk factors, you know obesity. Yeah hypertension diabetes, you know, no one is saying go out and spend cause food is expensive. Trust me. I know and you know really about choice is about choice that you can there are so many ways to make food healthier at home, you know, I work in a community where a lot
"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST
"It hang behind the head on the shoulder and just kind of perform a circular pattern around the whole breast nipple and sometimes women will feel something some kind of will not around cycle time. It varies just because your hormones are high and low so for the breast hormones very active. So, you know do it towards I would say do it towards the end of the menstrual cycle. And if you do it towards the beginning, that's okay too because you can notice the change but don't worry during that time because of the hormones the breasts to change. Okay, so do it towards more towards the end or you can just be randomly. You know, you get out the shower one day looking in the mirror and you just rub, you know, some women have came in and said I laid down and I was playing with my kids and boom. I noticed a lump or something. It's so Random . So the biggest thing is knowledge of your breath and having good knowledge of your breath is always keep so self-breast exams. I definitely recommend them but like I say, you know your breath so, you know changing and notice changes and when you have those changes that's when you come in and you call your provider and you have that conversation. Absolutely. Okay. I'm going to be more adamant. How often put it on my calendar when stuff gets on my calendar. Absolutely. Okay. So we talked about family history of breast cancer and Cancers and general. I actually just paid attention to when you said not just breast cancer, but also cancer in your family in general is something to be mindful of what should you do different if you have a history of family history of cancer. Okay. So first thing is I want to touch on breast cancer in young women, which is more common than people actually know and before I even became a provider I worked in cancer and I did not I just be honest. Like I did not understand the magnitude of young women under forty being affected by breast cancer. And if we think about it, I'm under forty some of our concerns are a little bit different than women over forty, you know research and I studied in myself like, you know, we care about our hair and our faith in our breath. You also have women who don't have children when they both had children all those are concerns and they affect resilience. Now, we are very resilient, you know them, but those things the resilience actually causes people to live, you know, which we're going to talk about myths we're going to talk about myths later, but it's about For instance about support. So when you talk about cancer in young women we experience because I'm thirty-six. I'll be thirty-seven but we experience something a little bit different than women over 50, you know, our concerns are a little bit different just because we are younger and you do have women who don't have children. You have women who have children and they want to have more children, you know, and like I said a appearance is is is huge. So those are conversations that we have as friends, you know that was ever to happen. Some of us have like breast parties. Okay girls and we talked about the tatas oh wow! G etting back to yes girls so fun, especially in the month of October, you know, it's support it's all about support. Absolutely. Even if you have not been diagnosed, we all know someone who has cancer know I can't for history is important because they they're Representatives that can be used to detect early. So not just the breast not just a mammogram but pap smears. Absolutely. PAP smears is a way to detect cervical cancer or precancerous very early because there is a difference now you talk about your faith in that population colonoscopy, but one thing I say about health younger and younger men and women are being affected by cancer. So it's important to know family history about cancer so that you can we can at least educate ourselves or be more aware of the signs and symptoms to look for and I think health literacy is very important when it comes to me as a provider. provider. I love when my patients come in or with family and we can talk and you understand I'm all about teaching so you can go to your provider and ask appropriate questions about cancer so that you can get the appropriate testing. So it's good to know so you can educate yourself and at least advocate for your own health. Absolutely. Absolutely. So what about the myths? You know where it on the street and somebody told somebody and I remember that game that you play in the grade school where I tell you something by the time it gets to the other side of the classroom. It is a totally concocted story. So are there some just like ridiculous myths that you have heard or you want to just dispell while we have people's attention about the tatas. Yes, there are so one that I hear a lot
"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST
"Be transparent. So when I have my first name that I am I'm a little nervous because it is uncomfortable and although I'm in the medical field. I'm still human and I'm a woman and my breasts is sensitive as well. And so the people are usually really nice, you know, they you go in you get undressed ask all of same same questions and then they show you this one little machine. I mean, it's big in retrospect, but it's a little machine and it's like your face off. Are you facing you have to look the other way and then you literally lift your entire breast up and you play some of the machine. Okay, once you place your breasts on the machine is usually only three photos but it's a few different angles. Okay, and the most important thing is to include the chest wall. So yes, my lovey lovey women was smaller breasts wage takes a little bit extra work because we have to get the chest wall. But the most it is is uncomfortable. It is not painful and timewise, how long does it take over all ? When I a mammogram takes 20 and a mammogram does not take long at all. You are in and out. We actually not to wear deodorant. you know, if so cute because we have all of these slogans. I stay here because I care they the tatas, you know, and when you go to the radio radiology department now we put l ittle covers on your nipples and you go in takes about 20 minutes and usually the results you get the results back a couple of days. They usually just varies on how fast your health system the radiologist reads your scan and that's it. Yeah, and that's it. So its not as bad as people think well, I guess it depends on if you're apart of 80 Itty Bitty Titty Committee or you know you out here just shaking and baking whether or not you know you a little bit concerned. I am concerned but at the same time I know that it is necessary. So it's just like girl you have let whole human people come out of your vajayjay. You can smash your breasts in the machine for twenty minutes and how important is early detection? In the event that someone does, you know have an abnormal mammogram. Is it worth going through all of that? Yes one hundred percent. It is worth going through all of that and let me just say too like for my all my itty bitty titty girls. The machine is only like ten seconds per picture. So once I've finished then you take your breath out and it gets the rest so you don't have to keep it smashed there and it be uncomfortable but it's one hundred percent absolutely necessary and it is absolutely worth it. I'm sure all of us know people who are affected by not just breast cancer but cancer in general and although black and white women we breast cancer is detected the same black women usually die from it the most and that's because fear I mean that's a whole nother podcast for a week talk about access and barriers, but it's absolutely necessary and worth it to be screened early detection is key and prevention is key. One of the reasons why minorities die the most is because we catch breast cancer so late. And so sometimes we catch you too late and they have spread or moved around to places where it's harder to treat. So the earlier the better, you know, we can catch an abnormal tumor or cell that we can you know, they are confined in a little one specific area of your breasts that is much better . So I am an advocate and I tell all my patients off soon as they hit forty years old. It's time for your mammogram. You know, you have to get it done. I'm very call so and so and so make sure they got it even my friends and family you get your mammogram I turn into a little stalker because it's very important. And then once you get that mammogram if if you need another mammogram sooner than the recommended time that's also important as well. So after your 40th, so depending on depending on what they find and depending on the guidelines that They follow so you have like the American College of breast surgeons. You have the United States Preventive Services Task Force all these are organizations that provide guidelines for framing some organizations. They every year some organizations say every two years some organizations. They don't start until 50. We are screening at 40 . And so if you have a normal mammogram, it is recommended every year the most common guideline is to have a mammogram every year. Abnormal normal mammograms those the Imaging will will depend on the abnormality. So that's specific to the person. Yeah. I'm curious about people who are younger than 40 because we absolutely know that people may have had cancer in their family and are not forty yet. Can we talk? A little bit about self exams and just how that goes and you probably need to go in a little bit because I don't think that we know how important it could be to detect something or to even see your breasts to look at your breasts so that you know that there are changes or abnormalities. So self-exams. Let's let's get the tea on that so, okay. Well first personal question, do you perform self-exams Bran? I do I do probably not as regularly as I should because it would be a monthly thing. That's how my brain would trigger like around Cycle time sometimes I forget but yes, I'll say yes, but your fussing if you fussing your ffussing at me too.You're fussing at Itty Bitty Titty erratic Self-exam Brandy too. This is a brandIe fussing. So and of course. You actually made a really good point some women who don't have mental menstrual cycles. Sometimes things just don't trigger. Okay, so that is so common. So many women say that like back. I'll just be or Brandie just be honest. I just forget but I do perform these exams. So I must say that, you know your breath, right? So a lot of times women who come into your clinic they'll tell me what's wrong. Why because you're familiar, which our body no one knows your body better than you know one knows your breasts rather than you you spend time job. Y our whole life. We spend time with our breast of our whole life. So as far as self-breast exams, those are very important. Yes, I recommend that women do it monthly but you could do it standing up in the mirror. You can do it in the shower. You can perform a breast exam lying down and most of the signs you'll see you again. We'll say okay, whatever breast you're examining take your right arm, let it
"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST
"Hey, hey, welcome back Sheer Squad 2 episode 7 of the Sheer Resilience podcast. I hope that you all are doing amazing, as amazing as you can be given all we are dealing with in this world sending out a huge hug from the top of this episode because you know life gets real life. So let's go right into the dope things that I am digging this week. I could not wait to share this with you all so, you know in a previous episode I shared with you guys about my retirement from my twenty years nearly behind the chair as a hairstylist. So I am learning to navigate the space of life outside of the salon and this dope thing that I am digging right now has been clutch in helping me rewire my brain to priortize more self-care and slowing down a bit and this is the LA . This is a sister that that I ran across on YouTube who is a Los Angeles-based esthetician and she is like a guru for skin. I have been binging her videos and just learning about the why behind why we do some of the rituals in regards to skincare. I am rounding the corner of leaving my thirties. So I am being very mindful of the things that I need to do to keep this. Melanin Poppin if you understand what I'm saying, and the LA beautyologist gives me the keys and, I like the fact that it's the key. So what I should be doing and what I should be using to keep my skin at its best, but I always thought Understand the why and as someone who is very well-versed in Beauty. I thrive on knowing. Okay. Yeah. This is what I should be using. But why should I be using then? What's the benefit and she gives me all of that. So I would love for you guys. If you are interested in skin care and specifically the skin care of melanated skin because we all know that there are differences in the way our skin p ops & other skin pops. If you are interested in developing a self-care regimen that includes your skin you're curious about how to care for your skin as the seasons' change and all of that good stuff. Then I really suggest that you guys head over to the show notes and check out the La beauty. I'll just I'll make sure that I have her page link there so that y'all can get some of this good old skincare ea that I am absorbing that's the dope thing that I am digging this week and now for The episode! I so excited to introduce you guys to our guests for today. So, you know, if you heard episode 6, I ended off letting you guys know that we were having a conversation about the tatas today. It's October which is breast cancer awareness month and I wanted to check in with you guys about our health. So today we are joined by Brandie Yancey. She is a certified physical assistant and a certified health education specialist. It was important to me to bring Brandy and to chat with us on this topic because she is so passionate about advocating for underserved populations. She's also worked with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on a national breast and cervical cancer early detection program without further Ado. Let's get into my conversation with Brandie and see them. out the Tata ask Hey family, what's up? Everybody? I am excited and talking about the tatas Yes around here. The family is called Shear Squad. So you are officially a part of the sheer Squad. Welcome welcome and thank you Brandy for you know joining me today so that we can have this very relevant conversation. So this is October ladies and we know that in October, we recognize and celebrate the champions of breast cancer. I looked up in this just blew my mind the statistic about breast cancer. I saw that one in eight U.S women will develop breast cancer over the course of her life time. Now this month is this not even the entire world. So it just helps to enforce how important this is right? Let's start from the top a lot of times people. Struggle wrapping their mind around the precautions the mammogram actually going to get their breasts checked. So I want it to have you talk a little bit about just the process of mammograms. I will be having one in next year. It'll be my fortieth . So this will be the time where I get mine smashed into the machine. But for those of us who have not done it yet have been reluctant or for whatever reason talk to us a little bit about the procedure and why mammograms are important Mammograms or first thing first mammograms are important because they are used to detect tumors mammograms is the modality used to do what we call prevent breast cancer. So what happens is you like Brandy will be forty next year. She'll go in and she'll say okay. You know nurse practitioner physician assistant. It's about that time. I need to make sure my tatas are okay. What do I need to do to get a mammogram and then we will usually ask about family history we ask about any kind of breast changes. So those breasts changes would be have you noticed any nipple discharge or any skin changes like the redness is or thickening or swelling of certain parts of your breast is the skin dry or flaky or have you noticed dimpling in the breasts or do you think Your size has changed, you know, most women some breasts are you know one breasts are bigger than the other one breast is bigger than other some women have natural changes in the nipples and it all she not not mean breast cancer, but we just really like to have an extensive Conversation Piece about the breast because it's very very important. We asked about you know, if you are at home checking your breaks or have you noticed any lumps or concerns, that's all physical that we asked about when it comes to family history. Usually this is a little tough because most of us don't know our family history. Okay, so we asked questions such as has any specifically mom or Aunt or cousin been diagnosed. Not only with just breast cancer. But any kind of cancer.Once you reach the age of forty and up, okay, we classify you lower risk, high-risk medium risk and we say, okay. I'm going to order the mammogram. And you're going to go to the hospital or whatever Clinic that particular health system uses and you are going to obtain a mammogram. Now, I must say I have had three mammograms. Okay and most women say are they uncomfortable and let me just be honest. They are and often women with much smaller breast is often very uncomfortable. Okay. Well, we're way to give me prepared me and my little tatas , so and I'll be transparent.
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"Tallahassee welcome back to the podcasts what numbers this? ? Number seven. . I think it might have been six. . It's crazy. . I can't even remember it used to be when we did a new one I would go back and listen to the old one. . To See what we talked about before make sure no repeat myself. . I just can't do it anymore. . I can't listen to six. . An, , our audio. . Preparation, , so I gotta go off my <hes>. . My Memories. . Yeah. . It's been a lot. . It's been a lot <hes>. . I WanNa say I feel very fortunate. . I feel honored really that you are willing to have this conversation because I know you recently. . Lost Friends Chadwick Bozeman, , who is you know the world is experiencing that loss but I know you're experiencing it in a different way. . Thank you for taking the time to do this even despite that. . Now it's okay I mean we had committed before and. . It's an experience to. . Meet somebody. . And you know I don't want to overstate Khushab was like a really private dude. . And I think whenever you have people who are up at a certain level certain currency. . That people try to deal in in you know <hes> overstating their proximity. . So you know this wasn't a cow who I talk to every day or anything. . But we did know each other we did it on. . You know pretty much in the same circle. . You know this guy met. . Jesus. . Nineteen Ninety seven ninety eight <hes> when. . The students in the fine arts building decided to. . Take, , the administration building at how to prevent. . Called it the absorbing of the fine arts college into the broader Liberal Arts School Indus- turn basically terrifies into a program as opposed to independent, , which was crazy because. . So much of what you know how a calling card is turning out autism Donny Hathaway To puffy to Tony Morrison just this long history. . So it seemed crazy anyway him you another close friend of mine basically led the takeover and. . are coveted for the hilltop for. . You know some like at the beginning of my career I've probably been working for David. . been mentioned several times. . You know in other caucuses we we've done a couple of years at definitely maybe a year two years something like that. . But anyway else coming in for the student newspaper and I say all that to say to watch him. . On this arc. . To see him you know <unk> student plays at Howard. . He was always such a serious serious office. . An intense and probably like the dude, I , would least. . Be Likely to pick to become. . A major Hollywood leading man not because he lacked the talent. . But he was so serious I'm. . Dead dead dead serious about his art in and you know he really really didn't play and didn't have time. . For Shenanigans. . So just watches I mean he's one of those. . Really really rare case, , there's so much in the world it makes people feel like. . Taking shortcuts in messing around and And Chad. . Rare case that did it on principle and. . Basically you know. . Hard work you know. . I know when people pass folks alight. . They say this I never did any wrong or you know, , etc. . That's not what I'm saying. . But I I was privileged to watch his as office. . By went back and watched the onstage interview you did with him at the Apollo. . And one of one of the things you said there was you sort of started off by saying because it was about Black Panther obviously, , and and you said something like I didn't know that I needed this movie until I watched it you know and Kind of wonder how much of that? ? Connected with him being in that role or just. . Yeah. . No I mean. I . would that was part of it. . You know what I mean chat always had like this kind of you know otherworldly <unk>. . About himself. . When he got past it's not like I was like, , oh, , he clearly can't this. . You know what I mean is I said it was unexpected. . You would be on this rise like this. . I. . Guess I'm more doubting. . The system Hollywood. . I think like an by point or somewhere around I point started writing a comic book. . So it was like crazy. . You know that you know he would be Erin I'll be right in the book and then I just so proud of that. . So You know and even at that moment. . He agreed to do conversation at the I mean you're talking about you on a billion dollar film. . Again I knew. . That they were. . Promoting film it you know how exhausting? ? Because I think this was after they had gone on this global tour promote I knew how exhausting that was. . After they had done grueling Toyota, , he would just sit there and you have to remember what we know now was he was diagnosed about it. . Yeah. . Yeah. . So he's been diagnosed with. . You know what I mean and he sits up on stage in. . But we had a pre call? ? His Russia with very very assistant. . You know about that. . You know we cheat the time limited data and I'm like, , okay I'm. . Trait. . Up there with that, , we got on the stage he has so much to say. . And you can tell if you look at the interview, , he just has so much to say and I think there was some point isn't Chin who has a black me the mask could come the and wants to get. . Out At enchanted signs it. . You know he was very conscious about what they're meant. . And what what their moment met and it is. . I just spe is it is hard to be sitting here talking to you about this in the past tense. . Yeah. . He has so many lighters just enviable qualities that relatively brief moment you know he really was king you couldn't have picked a better person to to carry it. .
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"A bizarre twist to the story of the member of the dispute over a reserve to truck parking spot edit TA truck stop on I. forty here a couple weeks ago you talk about a twist of the security guard who shot and seriously injured the truck driver over that reserved parking spot has taken his own life multiple media outlets reporting the forty five year old George Gerald Bischoff killed himself last Thursday now he was confirmed to be the security guard who shot the truck driver on Friday the fourteenth Valentine's day the dispute the altercation over the reserved parking space at the TA truck stop near I. forty and south council road during a press briefing following the altercation the Oklahoma City police department said Bischoff approached the trucker and ask him to move his tractor trailer Gilmore said that the trucker was parked in a reserved parking space which he had to pay for that's when the truck driver allegedly became angry and aggressive that led to a physical altercation the security guard discharged his firearm investigators said Bischoff fired one round striking the trucker they say detectives questioned the garden he claimed he feared for his own safety but how about that a bizarre twist hi Doug what can you read into that maybe the fact that he didn't really feel he had any reason to pull the trigger and knew he was going to be in trouble I guess you will not be charged with assault now all right hello B. again are you sure it's very long yes you've been all right okay I'm gonna get bombed out live welcome home hello all it takes one all right click on order what you know I got it now what is what about hearing your but you end up giving me a year Dargan then I don around Champawat card very much I had that but it just down by that date well because I want to enter but it I couldn't get it done that day I got about still was coming in shorter women turn it not wanting to get another extension and then there's the you got to do it but then our you know we're going to cut it off you know a big gold what Brickell I don't know why because when you really when you start looking at the record okay our twelve month they call get the insurance board they should extend that unusual court thirty day are you with me okay I would draw that right handed mine why I mean not once I got to sleep at night for years you have to submit something in writing or video go one I want to complain Dr okay now it or only grown emergent practitioners but that does give political our production line but most doctors doctor you know when you come along with truck drivers are you would mail me I'll give you another thirty days knowing that when you're twelve months has come and gone you can get them try gov your physical all right what your body hello no work out when you get thirty nine ninety what your doctor you know Barsaat organically free time but what broke open I did my first car sure for further testing right right reporter trying one car even if he got thirty day detention that is not what are you you know usually when I go I dropped about fifty miles away the card well but what you know about really I think they will but then I might not go go to gold where you get your friends or even not you know please record family doctor right well what what doctor what what your got a word Richard your call morning how long our account here no yeah no doubt while working I would what well democratic any Democrat could walk if they would just listen to what you say and what are you trying to do it do you go back all the way back when rogue I knew stock what about you mid term or if it our full year my god with what he was saying and what he is trying to slam open different from Donald Trump the mobile what don't drown if you don't you'll be democratic you know what I'm a conservative Democrat we don't know what's going on with Bernie Sanders number one look what you're talking about well right if you don't believe me and let the Roosevelt three thirty five nineteen thirty six large I would hope you know what eastern but for her country hello world social it was well the console log truck don't drop it it blew my mind what what's different from what dish my obsession what Donald Trump because Thurgood right alongside mark American and for the country I'm a big girl what you will bring that up calmly told everybody great what I'm saying but if you don't disagree you all are but I'm telling you Donald Trump it started conservative Democrats want but I'm pretty sure I hope I don't vote or broke okay I would okay checks in the mail right we'll be right back on America's trucking network it nature stoning never replace your basement flooring again concrete is uneven damn and not healthy harden piled don't last read more the mildew and give worthless warranties nature stone currently correct uneven concrete it is not affected by deafness.
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"TA dot com and see if you can score some passes there now we've touched on the the fear and greed one the other one of my other favorite ones and and correct me if I make some mistakes on this one but with Warren Buffett is he says you know about the market's going down and when the markets when the market with the markets go out you find out are you find out who's not wearing any shorts yeah so my dad came exactly have you close there with that is when the tide goes out you find out who is swimming naked yeah and that's so interesting because you know look at the markets right now right now I see complacency sure in in in frankly though those are coming to our our free workshop you come in there you're probably going into actual workshop to live fighting it out and learn how to make money and you give the markets are going up in this I'm going to go down we're here a lot of that sincerely interesting it's the same type of talking that we used to hear in conversations back frankly in two thousand seven and nineteen ninety nine and sees are going like all right is this the market top I don't know the market tops Mike's gonna fall next week next month next year but it sure sense of feel more more like everyone's think and there's no end of this thing yeah and that's scares me the quote that I was trying to think of goes something like this but it is the it's it gets off of the rising tide lifts all boats a rising tide lifts all boats but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked and that's the whole Hey they can lead to that complacency the you're talking about because as the markets are going up most stocks are going up you actually don't have to be that good at trading in a bullish market and and I don't like to be mean but I'll I'll times I'll tell people don't confuse skill for a bullish market you know those are two very very different and in a bullish market it's like back in the nineties I I've met so many people I did meet them in the nineties I met them in the two thousand they would tell me about their experience in the nineties we just by in the morning and sell in the afternoon you know and that and they were daily or day traders they were making money hand over fist but when the market changed direction and they were buying in the morning and selling after in the afternoon they were losing it all and so that's a great kind of parallel to that the rising tide lifts all boats in the market's going up pretty much everything's going up but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked when the market goes down you find out who actually doesn't know how to treat because trading is buying and selling it's doing it in multiple directions and and and you really see when the tide goes out who doesn't have a bearish strategy you know one other thing that's interesting about market crashes is there's billionaires made in market crashes why we go back to like Paulson how much money he made during the financial crisis yeah it's it's crazy how much money but nobody talks about those guys when the market's going up because everybody's making money is the market's going up it's the time period when the market goes down the average the kind of uneducated average investor out there loses half their life savings while all the sudden this guy makes another billion and now he's a criminal what really just has a different it also means we'll talk with the workshops we introduce the concept Tamana tends that the concept of shorting right how to make money when the markets are actually going down we all know by low sell high but at the workshop to learn about selling high and buying low yeah the workshop is a is a great place that reminds me of of another quote this quote is on my grandfather's office wall has been since I was a kid it's a Benjamin Franklin quote it says if a and who doesn't love Benjamin Franklin yeah it's all about the Benjamins baby but Benjamin Franklin's quote of his work where he says if a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him an investment in knowledge always pays the best interest and so right now we're going to a quick little giveaway we're gonna give away some passes to one of our upcoming workshops led by Gregory and his team which will give you the opportunity really to to invest a little bit of your time to raise that financial IQ be like band absolutely V. like that included with your passes you're gonna be able to win two passes take somebody with you include with your passes were also can be thrown in the professional insiders kit packed with information from some of our top instructors were my favorite topics in there is what we're just talking about opportunities when the market goes down Hey you're going to be getting those two free passes of the upcoming class you can get the professional insiders kit which makes it so you can start learning right now and also I know Gregory loves this as it because you are one of our radio listeners were going to be giving you that.
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"TA dot com and see if you can score some passes there now we've touched on the the fear and greed one the other one of my other favorite ones and and correct me if I make some mistakes on this one but with Warren Buffett is he says you know about the market's going down and when the markets with a market with the markets go out you find out are you find out who's not wearing any shorts yeah so my dad cameras that could have you had those there with that is when the tide goes out you find out who is swimming naked yeah and that's so interesting because you know look at the markets right now right now I see complacency sure an Indian frankly though those are coming to our our free workshop you come in there you're probably going into actual workshop to live fighting it out and learn how to make money and you give the markets are going up in this I'm going to go down we're here a lot of that sincerely interesting it's the same type of talking that we used to hear in conversations back frankly in two thousand seven and nineteen ninety nine and sees are going like all right is this the market top I don't know the market tops Mike's gonna fall next week next month next year but it sure sense of feel more more like everyone's think and there's no end of this thing yeah and that scares me the quote that I was trying to think of goes something like this but it is the it's X. off of the rising tide lifts all boats a rising tide lifts all boats but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked and that's the whole Hey they completed that complacency the you're talking about because as the markets are going up most stocks are going up you actually don't have to be that good at trading in a bullish market and and I don't like to be mean but I'll other times I'll tell people don't confuse skill for a bullish market you know those are two very very different and in a bullish market it's like back in the nineties I I've met so many people I did meet them in the nineties I met them in the two thousand they would tell me about their experience in the nineties we just by in the morning and sell in the afternoon you know and that and they were daily or day traders they were making money hand over fist but when the market changed direction and they were buying in the morning and selling after in the afternoon they were losing it all and so that's a great kind of parallel to that the rising tide lifts all boats on the market's going up pretty much everything's going up but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked when the market goes down you find out who actually doesn't know how to treat because trading is buying and selling it's doing it in multiple directions and and and you really see when the tide goes out who doesn't have a bearish strategy you know one other thing that's interesting about market crashes is there's billionaires made in market crashes why we go back to like Paulson how much money he made during the financial crisis yeah it's it's crazy how much money but nobody talks about those guys when the market's going up because everybody's making money is the market's going up it's the time period when the market goes down the average the kind of uneducated average investor out there loses half their life savings while all the sudden this guy makes another billion and now he's a criminal what really just has a different it also means we'll talk with the workshops will introduce the concept Tamana tends that the concept of shorting right how to make money when the markets are actually going down we all know by low sell high but at the workshop to learn about selling high and buying low yeah the workshop is a is a great place that reminds me of of another quote this quote is on my grandfather's office wall has been since I was a kid it's a Benjamin Franklin quote it says if a and who doesn't love Benjamin Franklin yeah it's all about the Benjamins baby but Benjamin Franklin's quote of his work where he says if a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him an investment in knowledge always pays the best interest and so right now we're going to a quick little giveaway we're gonna give away some passes to one of our upcoming workshops led by Gregory and his team which will give you the opportunity really to to invest a little bit of your time to raise that financial IQ be like band absolutely V. like that included with your passes you're gonna be able to win two passes take somebody with you include with your passes were also can be thrown in the professional insiders kit packed with information from some of our top instructors were my favorite topics in there is what we're just talking about opportunities when the market goes down Hey you're going to be getting those two free passes of the upcoming class you can get the professional insiders kit which makes it so you can start learning right now and also I know Gregory loves this as it because you are one of our radio listeners were going to be giving you that.
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"The charge would not allow black man to be clergy and so they went to the coach to talk about a protest and kicked all of them off the team. Just for walking in the door to talk about it right. They didn't come. They ain't even get the chance to embarrass them in front of nobody they just brought it up right and they toss them all off and so a one level. I think we look at this and say you know these cats flex their power. They can throw all Nevada here but it's kind of like fit on like if I parked illegally in his. Everybody else do it. They can't tell all our cars trucks will happen to them. They went to other programs in recently. Wyoming is tried to do some measure reconciliation. But they won't go so far as to apologize in you know taking black because how else we all going to be any good at football y'all in Wyoming right off off the beaten path places. They always were about that diversity. Yeah come on over here to the middle of nowhere you know show up we got you and so I wonder like how hard is the power structure willing to go on. Somebody's mad as to where they'd put everybody out because it feels like you can't do that in the money is to Straw. But we don't see people said money on fire forever in the name racist. Oh Yeah Oh yeah in a second and a second I mean I would argue. There's probably some financial incentive for bringing cap back actually long term. You know what I mean like. I would argue like there's something in you could. You could make some sort of financial case for that. Will maybe. It'd be hard this year but you know what I mean. Two years down the road. You know what I like. You certainly can make that case especially for somebody really needed a quarterback you know But and if anything VIC shows how quickly why people forget things when folks winning you know what I mean like how like football even in that case even as much as they loved it dogs me as much as they love their dogs once. They've got that started winning. You know too much about dogs. No more don't ask. That was the study. 'cause I was stunned when they signed him. That people were still so mad because I thought they got over it and then I remember. Kevin Cobb started that one game. He got her V. Came in and you could tell Eddie read. It always wanted to do. He was good enough for me. New Starter that guy right there. That had a Yeah he's crazy. I sent Donovan mcnabb packing for Kevin. Cobb are you. Hi that Guy Right there come on over and you write. Everything was cool because then they were winning. And that's what I always said about cabinets people compartmentalize in a very interesting way that Colorado up on a team and was able to make a little something happened on twin. It go out the window here. Bet on the titans. This year he'd been on the forty niners four. They would've won the super bowl. Yeah it'd be very very very different conversation very very different conversation. Perhaps folks know that if he had been on a team that won the Super Bowl. Disneyworld is not asking him to say. He's on the way absolutely not imagine collar on that float with a black leather jacket fist. Up Ride down past the badging. Do No it's crazy. It's crazy this is. This is a very interesting time to be watching these dudes and to you know be dealing with the ethical issue of whether I should be watching it in the first place you know what I mean and what that means and what what we're supporting and yet you know what I mean. This is this. Feels like a really really revolutionary. You know moment For this forgiven the centrality of football pro football to to American life. You know What do they do? We have three four black quarterbacks in the playoffs we had a shot and all black super bowl for a while there. I think we had six anyway. It was very high and I was afraid that it was going to take out like the Democratic primary. Thank yeah you know you look up right Jimmy Garoppolo right right right right right down. A suitable ball is big and to me. You are from Baltimore and like I wanted this like if you were kid in Baltimore right now and the more Jackson emerges is there any other store in your orbit? No absolutely not actually does the sucked for forever Since I was in high school We had a brief ninety. I guess absolutely not I mean it it. It is an incredible incredible thing and especially for town. You know what I mean where the Colt having laugh and avoid that. That laugh and then. It's wow how ravens leave. They leave. Cleveland you gotta be come to immediately become a winning franchise. Yeah well I thought about that. Those is horrible. I think maybe like a gotTa be within five years leaving Cleveland Lewis John Ogden immediately after they left they drafted those dudes Ozzy draft the first draft in Baltimore two hall of Famers First Round where Israel first round first round. Boy that's cool. I thought about that but I remember like when I saw the mar and look somebody along. The way made the decision where we watch cam not camphor this in fact I probably would encourage some of the same. We WATCH PEOPLE NEED. Limo Polish right. Like if you're going to be the front of this franchise in this way and all of us get a little more policy as we go along the way no matter who you are like. I don't think that ideas necessarily offensive. But we're Lamar. They may be telling him to get some Polish autumn. But take your time because I love him for that Speak Speak. I respect it like in some ways. I'm like your public. You could probably improve right even if you speak how you speak. Because he's new but now the ravens have been like now. Whatever you gone up here. We understand what he said. And that's always by by the way you understood what I was talking about. Why we what are we doing? What do we do not understand? What did he say you know what I mean? You know? Long as he can understand it when he called him audibles okay. We'll go to the end. I'm like it's all good while it's all good now to be fair good but at pilots wouldn't save. We've gone bad anyway. Dak Prescott getting out here starts stinking. Ain't nobody going to be firms in Angola matter but part of that is he just associating How you talk with Intelligentsia which is you know always and forever incorrect and wrong and nobody you know anybody should know more about this than southern. White folks. You know what I mean. Yes but of course. That's Kinda normalized. In a way that you know how stuff is not so yeah but but also also wondered part of that has to be endearing the Baltimore because everybody trying to trip how y'all talk and I'm not even being funny like Oh. Yeah there's a video out there with like accent doing a Baltimore Act. I can't remember what the sense but they make them say a sentence and they try to get them. I guess to pronounce it the way it's supposed to be the my wife always like with the he said. I was like all right the city exactly what he says. I do something what I earned. I'M GONNA say it denying earn. Which is I guess. In America is Aaron burned an iron earn? I didn't know that there was a Baltimore exit until I got to college and I was like. I didn't know that you had to find out that the rest of us did talk like that bad. Oh man no. I didn't know I didn't know but Nah no you know we. We kinda used to that. You know what I mean and and other things like there's a whiteboard accident ain't the black lorrimore accent. You know what I mean. You couldn't do that with a white dude from bald. They've got their own accident. Which is different you know but like I got to college. My roommate was from Philly in that is a whole world like phillies like Oakland. East Jato News. Any words that anybody else uses does not travel across city. Line state lines anywhere else. Yana though only people who talk like this. I'm like Oh board from Tina. I grew up in Texas. I'm like bowls show the Bulls. Okay Gotcha I guess I get into here now. I have no idea like in the college for me was just a whole lot of like. I listen to a lot of rap. I thought I knew how people talk. I did not not at all event. What else you got going these days man so Trying to figure that out man I published a novel came on. Our dancer came out. You know Last year you know. We're lucky to do you know reasonably well and trying to figure out just trying to try and trying to figure out man. I you know it's like you know having been at the Atlantic for all those those years it was like it was always clear what was knacks and now you know. It's not always you know so office. Harthill view to do I. Yeah no that's true. That's exact fact. That's exactly it? That's exactly exactly. Yeah I mean I. I will always continue to write books. That's definitely gonNA happen. I just really enjoy that that practice but you know it's like Every time you do a different book it really is a different book. You know And you've got to figure out how to write it and you know I. I really really enjoyed that. So you know. Probably look at something you know in that range. One of the most admirable things badge and I thought about it with all this. Kobe stuff was like Kobe. Had this outright. Lack of fear of failure is the cloud. Kobe for the idea that he was trying to wrap but I read this story. That was like Kobe battle. Anybody Cobos Battling dudes in hotel lobbies just for saying that he could not rap and he just didn't care if he didn't go well like you're always looking for something else that provides the challenge rather than stay in as something that you demonstrated that you can do. And that's just wildly impressive to me. Yeah no man I think it has to do with your self esteem is though like My Self Esteem for the most part I mean it goes back to where we started this conversation with like. When do you get on it? And if you get on in your thirties a lot of times you have to build yourself up as a person and an identity separate from what your career is. Your vocation is made. That's not going so well. Why didn't go. I mean book. I was unemployment when I was thirty. Two you know what I'm saying so I had to develop some sort of sense of who I was in other places and believe it or not while my writing is really really really important to me. it's probably not at the core. You know what I mean. It's probably you know. Probably my kid is at the call. My wife had to call my mom and dad and my brothers and sisters. You know my friends like that. That is you know like when you want unemployment you better have other qualities that people around you value for right you know what I mean so. Hey I'm a good friend. I got you know what I mean like. You have to figure out other things. People value good friends they actually do people value family members. You know what I mean who Who was alad and that sort of thing and so with all this other stuff started happening. It was like what is going on. You know so I you know I i. if it goes it goes bad. I don't want to go back. You know but thrill of trying something new to this. You know you know Trying to make this shift over to fix it you know With significant and in many ways you know But I think you'll get it's like you're always just trying to tell the story that that part you know what I mean never never leave you know but the thing I gotta she was was Kobe. Any good y'all rapper was good wasn't bad. That will probably be the best way to put it but you know it was wild. I'm evaluating that. According to what the game was in nineteen ninety six I feel like if I go back and listen to some of that stuff now. I might be like Yo Kobe bars. Don't because like would it mean what it means to have bars..
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"Name is Bomani Jones. Thanks for listening. Wherever you get your podcast rate. Us review gives five stars. You only get four stars. I'm inclined to think you are a hater This is the time a week where we do interviews and I was talking to a buddy of mine about the Michael. Vick documentary. Does the thoughts that we had and so I thought it'd make a pretty good podcast joining us now. He is the author of four books. The most recent is called the water dancer. Be sure to check that out. His name is tied to Hussy Coats. What's going on man? Hey how you doing vocal to talk to you too? Great to have you at I wanted to. I've been actually waiting for the right time in the last two years to get you on. The documentary was one. That really got me right because part of it. We've also been talking this year. Bellemare Jackson and a lot of stuff that you'd be from Baltimore so I just thought it tied together with so many different things I thought was like what was Michael. Vick to you like as it was going on. Did you see him as something beyond just being an entertaining football player because one thing the documentary did was look at him as almost like a paradigm change. Yeah you know. There's a moment in that doctor. I think about actually answer your question Where he's actually with the Eagles if the latter part and he comes out and eagles have like sort of a throwback joint on he's wearing number seven and I was watching it with my wife and I got emotional because I said Oh moment like he looked like Randall and so like I like the first person really like I thought it was incredible. And this is you know. Take Away but you know like I thought about Randall. Having that can of rambled through a ninety five yard touchdown united joined Fred Barnes and I thought about random and how run around all those incredible plays and you know what I think about is like where league was Randall. With an where it was with vic and where it is now and I you know I have to say like you wonder if if if it had been where it where it is now like for vic and for Randall. You know what I'm saying whether things would it would have been different and you can see the you know the difference in progress. I think they've got to do some things. Rental didn't quite get to do And became an icon in a way round. Didn't really and then you want to do like mahomes. I mean you know just incredible. Just incredible Sean. On any of these guys Lamar any of these dudes man. The the black quarterback thing is interesting for me because I grew up in. Houston so we get to Houston eighty seven. We Got Warren Moon. I saw a black quarterback playing every week like somehow. I don't think I fully understood like what the deal was but I knew at random when he was at I was like okay beyond the fact that he's black. This dude is running like this is a whole different. Like level of excitement. That comes here and I don't think I was able at the time just because of limited experience till I really do the math and understand what was going on with any of these guys and what they were overcoming in order to get to the place where they were now. I understood it when they ran worn. Out of town. Kota Carl's all of a sudden. Everything was like crystal clear. It may says that. Boy Right but I- Randall. Randall was dead. Do but I find interesting. Because I don't like I don't remember people thinking of Randall. Quite as a pioneering kind of figure in the way that in with vic really jumped off the screen just like Oh wait a minute we never see no and I. I feel like he might. They might not even referenced him in that Doc. I don't think not really like Randall came up. I don't I could be. I could be way way wrong and it sounds a little too surprising to say that but I kept waiting. I mean and that's that's that's no disrespect to the dock. One of the things that you know I didn't understand was like Tony Dungee. You know the fact that Tony Dungy. They you know have played a call. You know play the quarterback position that had you know you know contemporary warm Moan and I get that they would probably trying to provide a you know a more historical perspective and everything but you know. I knew Randall was doing something different. I mean let's be straight. He didn't run. He's run a four to forty. He wasn't as fast as I mean he. Just wasn't you know I? I know that so. I'm trying to say the same dude you know Vick was just extraordinary man. I mean vigorous. He was absolutely absolutely extraordinary because he had that Canon. You know When he wanted to he could be so accurate. And just the sheer speed. I mean I think it's you who says very early in the DOC. What would this cat have been if from jump? He said you know about football and it's scary. It's got I've forgotten. How good he when he came back to the Eagles too. I've forgotten. He's actually that good. You know what I mean. We just pretty. Maybe wasn't as good as he been. You know what I mean but it was. It was a decent Second Korea. You know what I mean right and like I think like I had thought about vic because part of the disappointment was the interesting thing in watching that dock. Where like Tony Dungee example for me? They're like hey. Tony Dungy was a quarterback and then they made him play defensive back well to be fair. Tony Dungy was six foot. One hundred and eighty pounds right like. I don't know exactly what quarterback it was that he was going to be and then he wound up being a different pioneer. 'cause he was defensive coordinator at age. Twenty six right with the Pittsburgh steelers like that. That was a big one when moon hours remembered like hearing about how Warren Moon went undrafted. And I thought well okay. Well maybe there was this thing or whatever and then you go back and look at those clips of him in college. You're like what the hell was anybody. Talking about. Here is the racism. Then how do you remember that game against Kansas City? We do for like five hundred year. Kansas City was like the number one ranked. I know they planned to run a shoe but Kansas City Recalling the number one defense that year and he went out there and. I had never seen anything like that. I know I mean so even for me and I guess you know Not Being in Houston. It was clear to me that this dude is on a just really really on another level and it's only one of you know it's really only one of them out there right now but it wasn't until I was an adult and I realized the Warren Moon Mad at anybody else. Now I love one more. Yeah now he made any black quarterback that was at that level matters a lot to me. I mean I I remember my dad. You know for instance you know When when the Redskins go to the Super Bowl with Doug Williams and j straight gets hurt and Doug winds coming I can. And my dad was so ecstatic was like you know what I mean. He wasn't a big sports news but he was ecstatic. You know what I mean. Watch it watch it Doug Williams do his thing you know. Don't WanNa Ricky Sanders and Tim Smith. I mean he was just off the charts excited man that Douglas Zohar to explain to people. I talked about it. I said look I don't fully remember. I remember Doug winning that Super Bowl but I don't really remember what it was like at work and stuff the after right but I remember what it was like what Obama got elected and I imagine that would williams what suitable it had to be something that had to be Louisiana so doug was a whole different level them in that and adopt one. That super bowl boy I just. I wish I would have been more. Like contemporary coming out of grambling. Fear you know brother coming out of. Hvac you to do that. Doug was like like I was saying if like a couple of moments from the eighties. Their speak to like this is what life is like being a black quarterback one Doug Williams guide the Tampa Bay buccaneers a quarterback when they went to the NFC championship game. And then they offer. Alpina my contract that worse than the contracts of half the backups in the NFL evaded the early nineties. Warren Moon had a clause in his contract. That said if I am one of the top three quarterbacks in passer rating at the end of the year my contract gets bumped up to the average of the top three quarterbacks Eddie. Nfl and he did that but Adams the owner was like. That's Nice we're not gonNA. Hey Are you serious? I haven't haven't he I think he did but they told me. I was like a billion bucks or something like that and there's like. Nah No thanks. Does this right like this. Is like the condition of the black quarterback coming up. And so then you do have Randall Cunningham. Of course cats were killing it in college. You know and all that stuff came around and then Donovan. Mcnabb comes and him. Being booed will always stick with me in the greatest quarterback in the history of the franchise. I guess you didn't know what at the time but then they still talk crazy about right. I was left with so many conflicting emotions watching that man. Like on the one level. I was really really happy. That vick turned out the way they turned out. You know what I mean. He actually was you know able to get settled in prison. Destroys people. Prison destroys people. Say Give me time to think and I put my life together and I'm sure that happens but you put that you know next to what prison you know actually does the most people. I mean it. Just sort of see him you know. Turn out okay. You know what I mean. The way he did you know it. Just it just left me feeling really really warm but at the same time you know being in this moment. Right now We're black quarterbacks being so prominent and also being in this moment where. Ct At head trauma is so well known. Why do things happen to thank Tom Right? You know what I mean. So it's like this this man I gotTa tell you this. This is the shadow over everything anytime you know. I'm watching a game or fear and I was looking at this. Joint of Deshaun Watson and still had a boardroom Sean. So impressive this an impressive dude. You know what I mean and just think about like how much you know. Head trauma is just hanging on a C. T. is hanging over this stuff man like I was thinking about. You Know Steve. Atwater is going into the hall of fame and I was like. Are they going to be able to play? The Steve Atwater highlight reel at the hall of fame. Because we don't do that anymore right like I think about the hits that we use to look at. It'd be like yeah you now it happens. You're like yeah. Yeah Yeah and now yet. That's what's the guy in the hall of fame speech about what it was. He did that thing. That's right like what is your primary skill. You don't want these problems right right. Right right over. Here is a world problems. That's what I thought that and I'm wondering what is speech. He's got a big bitch into the fact that like Yoga and they'll never be another guy like me in the hall of fame because they don't let you do this down. Let you do this anymore. They don't let you do this anymore. Now it's crazy is is is really really crazy. I was a huge Steve Atwater Fan. Dennis Smith Man. I you know. And that's what they did. That's what they did. You know it's it's it's really really interesting but I enjoyed it man I I was I saved it you know. I taped one and didn't watch it until the second one came on. Because I didn't want to have to wait. I knew it was GONNA be Stanley. Nelson is like he's the broader. It is right now. You know these Docs. I knew what it was gonna be but it struck me in so many ways you know him. And I've thought about this a long time but I thought him discussing the dynamics of why you bring your people which you was probably the most powerful and the most clarify for folks who are not you know outside of the experience To see but you know like for somebody to say you're at this point and now everybody was around. They can't come or most of them. Maybe not everybody your Momma can come. Wife can come right but these people can't come with you and you gotTa be around this new group of people and this new and let's be clear what the NFL is. This new group of people are trying to take from. They're not people that are going to be on your side. No matter what happens you know and so like just the loneliness man. I mean must be incredible. You know you know it's funny. You mentioned that because like you and I have a similar thing. Now you know you genius now you know you live. Chain is a little bit. You get a little more behind you. But that happened to us in our thirties right. And so like the people around us were kind of formed and they were in their lives and probably settled and what it was that they're going with going to do like. I always say the greatest luxury I've had is hardly anybody's ever asked me for money. People have but it's not like this long line of people who now expect me to take care of them. I can't imagine being twenty one years old and you look back at everybody and you use the not having nothing so the idea of using all of it to bring somebody with you. You don't think you need extra money. Extra money is not a contract you know. It's not a concept. I mean. Not only did it you you know. Does it happen to you at that age? They're looking at him in high school. Like always GonNa Happen is GonNa Happen. He's going to beat I. Do you know what I mean. He You know takes them to college and everything and I I get it man. We're talking to. The brother was the financial advisor and a brother Well Mike said to me. If I'm steak you know I want everybody around me. Eat Steak and I was. You know literally talking to a body about that you know. And he was laughing. I said you know this is hard but I can't it like it's actually you know like who what kind of wife psychopaths jog you know. You gotta be a certain kind of person. Now maybe you will end up in. The situation ended up in. But I mean maybe you won't be unhealthy and a Lotta other way story. Woodsy told about the first time he went out with. Arthur blank steakhouse any order. Chicken fingers because he just didn't.
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"Seven two three or go ahead and register online at free TA class dot com Hey Gregory it's already your worldly halfway into the first like ten minutes of the show tomorrow and so much fun with it and I've got to say one of the things I love about having you on the show that I really didn't realize was going to happen until we kick this off you are the first guest on the show with an accent you know that you access everyone and not me you you you you you guy I just want to say you know all who put a nickel and you know its it's so it's so it's but it just makes everything sound so much more funny because I'll teach classes and we'll talk about these indicators that are behind so Moster chuckle indicators that people you know we'll look at your yeah I could give you for free there was called lay in indicators and everyone makes fun of the perfect well that's L. AG G. I. N. G. but I say it correctly I don't you guys are here and but I say lake in perfectly fine we're all we're all wrong and you're right I got you know what what is it one of the things so easy even in those classes that you teach I love you brought up technical indicators because there is there's so many things where the average individual goes man this is just overwhelming a lot of times we've been here and I'm sure you've heard this but you know their stats on this a lot of people don't kind of engage with their retirement accounts they don't engage with the financial markets out of fear and sometimes we will refer to it as the the ostrich head in the sand type of mentality it's like right or or like a little kid right they cover their eyes so nobody can see and it really doesn't work that way everyone might you my son six now is telling you about him the other day but when he was we used to I'm sure your kids did this the cover their eyes hide and seek okay cover as it it doesn't work that way we can't hide from the markets we can't hide from the the our retirement accounts or responsibilities towards it but when it comes to that stuff so many times it can seem overwhelming and people get scared and they turn away what is it that you guys really do to help people feel comfortable and feel confident in the fact that I can do this you know I love the analogy of cover your eyes and really what we do is you come to the workshop it's you know a couple of hours long two three hours long and we don't cover your eyes for a little while in a safe environment no we have people to come to us they have never traded before they don't know a stock Moroccan we're okay with that will hold your hand for that little process interaction makes you feel comfortable that and we have others are say look I've been trained forever and usually the question is why are you here comes the answer we hear is they're just they want consistency no other people after they get good returns the markets they just don't have the consistency that they felt that they that they would desire get a lot of times you know that kind of comes from doing things eight different ways you know it's like it's hard to be consistent we do it differently every time there were you taken this advice from this guy on TV and then you got this newsletter you got this you got this together I mean it's almost it's almost kind of a self fulfilling prophecy goes over a hundred and fifty different indicators tackle indicators you can look at and and ideally you're supposed to pick two or three or four of those writing combination wall I don't know the math on that but it's it's gonna be astronomical number combinations of thinking three four out of a hundred and fifty so how do you know which ones are the right ones and you know it's interesting of the ones I've been working now for the last but eleven Mar eleventh year the market's going on yeah with one to been working probably aren't the same ones are going to work on the market so it's going sideways or down so they get picked new indicators it's crazy in most of those are you ready for it a game playing games late I got to learn how to say it right leading indicators but but yeah there there is a lot of kind of confusion out there there is a lot of even concern you know it's like oh yeah and the great point did you make of the markets are going up or do you need to do one thing at the markets are going down you need to do another thing and and how do I switch and how to identify and how do I work through all this and I and there is just so much of that kind of confusion but I feel like probably does drive a lot of that fear one of the one of the great ways I feel like to get past that fear and to lift that kind of weight of confusion is to get educated right usually that comes from not knowing what to do I don't know what to do and so I cover my eyes right would go back to that that example but we know how to teach people just like you the skills and the knowledge that could empower you to take control of your financial future so you can spend less time worrying about life and more time living it right now we have a class coming up in your area and this class is where we've introduced thousands just like you to our patented core strategy designed to teach you how to make better investing decisions no just a second we'll be able to get you registered.
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"Seven two three or go ahead and register online at free TA class dot com Hey Greg it's already your worldly halfway into the first like ten minutes of the show tomorrow and so much fun with it and I've got to say one of the things I love about having you on the show that I really didn't realize was going to happen until we kick this off you are the first guest on the show with an accent you know that you access everyone and not me yeah you you you you guy I just want to say you know all who put a nickel and you know its it's so it's so it's what it just makes everything sound so much more funny because I'll teach classes and we'll talk about these indicators that are behind so almost your tackle indicators that people you know we'll look at your yeah I could give you for free there was called leading indicators and everyone makes fun of the perfect well that's L. AG G. I. N. G. but I say it correctly I don't you guys are here and but I say lake in perfectly fine we're all we're all wrong and you're right I got you know what what is it one of the things so easy even in those classes that you teach I love you brought up technical indicators because there is there's so many things where the average individual goes man this is just overwhelming a lot of times we even here and I'm sure you've heard this but you know their stats on this a lot of people don't kind of engage with their retirement accounts they don't engage with the financial markets out of fear and sometimes we will refer to it as the the ostrich head in the sand type of mentality it's like right or like a little kid right they cover their eyes so nobody can see and it really doesn't work that way however one might you my son six now is telling you about him the other day but when he was when he was too I'm sure your kids did this the hard cover their eyes hide and seek okay cover as it it doesn't work that way we can't hide from the markets we can't hide from the the our retirement accounts or responsibilities towards it but when it comes to that stuff so many times it can seem overwhelming and people get scared and they turn away what is it that you guys really do to help people feel comfortable and feel confident in the fact that I can do this you know I love the analogy of cover your eyes and really what we do is you come to the workshop it's you know a couple of hours long two three hours long and we don't cover your eyes for a little while in a safe environment no we have people to come to us they have never traded before they don't know a stock Moroccan we're okay with that will hold your hand through that'll process interaction makes you feel comfortable that and we have others are saying look I've been trained forever and usually a question is why are you here comes the answer we hear is they're just they want consistency no other people after they get good returns the markets they just don't have the consistency that they felt that they that they would desire yeah a lot of times you know that kind of comes from doing things eight different ways you know it's like it's hard to be consistent we do it differently every time and were you taken this advice from this guy on TV and then you got this newsletter you got this you got this together and it's almost it's almost kind of a self fulfilling prophecy there's over a hundred and fifty different indicators tackling the Gators you can look at and and ideally is supposed to pick two or three or four of those writing combination wall I don't know the math on that but it's it's gonna be astronomical number combinations of thinking three four out of a hundred and fifty so how do you know which ones are the right ones and you know what's interesting of the ones I've been working now for the last but eleven Mar eleventh year the market's going yeah with one to been working probably aren't the same ones are going to work on the market so it's going sideways or down so they get picked new indicators it's crazy in most of those are you ready for it they gain laying glare I got to learn how to say it right leading indicators but but yeah there there is a lot of kind of confusion out there there is a lot of even concern you know it's like oh yeah the great point did you make of the markets are going up or do you need to do one thing at the markets are going down you need to do another thing and and how do I switch and how to identify and how do I work through all this and I and there is just so much of that kind of confusion but I feel like probably does drive a lot of that fear one of the one of the great ways I feel like to get past that fear and to lift that kind of weight of confusion is to get educated right usually that comes from not knowing what to do I don't know what to do and so I cover my eyes right go back to that that example but we know how to teach people just like you the skills and the knowledge that could empower you to take control of your financial future so you can spend less time worrying about life and more time living it right now we have a class coming up in your area and this class is where we've introduced thousands just like you to our patented core strategy designed to teach you how to make better investing decisions no just a second we'll be able to get you registered.
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"ta" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"But we didn't get it. And you know, ever since then, of course, we've been in a bear market, so that's kind of my story. Yeah. So everyone knows I'm a big hater of of ripple a have traded at the one thing that I like more than hating anything as making money. So agree to piggyback on that, you know, it is what it is, but while we're talking on bitcoin, I think it's it's essential to maybe one of the first segments that we do to talk about that since that is, you know, a lot of the traders and stuff that I talked to, we talked to, I do all of us. The big thing that everyone wants is, you know, the reason I trade all coins is to accumulate more bitcoin, obviously, so bitcoin kind of rules the market it is, you know, everyone's might say it's the mother mother bitcoin. A father, bitcoin, whatever you want to say. So you know, saw today is the twenty third were in my opinion, and I'm not trying. I'm getting kind of windy here in your, you know your lot smarter than I am, but we saw bitcoin to seventy eight hundred today kinda got semi rejected, not too bad, sit and been sitting around about seven thousand seven, twenty five for most of the afternoon in the United States. So what what are you seeing now? I guess before we get into this be good time to say, you know, none of this financial advice Josh's not telling you what to buy. He's not ever gonna tell you what to buy. We're just basically help using this to help educate people that are listening. Maybe dive a little more this. We realized on on the podcast that you know we might lack in the TA FA department. So we're trying to to help our listeners and cover all of our bases. So Josh and I'll just let you kinda take over on on that from their rate right now right on so. So I think everybody who listens to the podcast knows. I mean. Obviously, we've been in a bear market since December our January February. And the issue is, is that we keep hitting these lower lows and we keep hitting these higher highs..
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"Ta within his own and in soccer attack on time on dotto and is a very big dave juice in studio and bounty hunter four three your memoir my wife in combat for marine scouts sniper demar sock is out now and it's been a long time coming i mean it's it's almost two years in the making for the actual book and then you know a year or so prior to the the blurb mentions and the other books mm yes super anxious anticipated this for a really long time really nervous at that too you know um i just a it's a very humiliating personal matter humbling or humiliated and humiliating ruining all that yeah because you know i i speak about things that you know maybe people would want to admit you know and i i just i wanted to keep it real wanted to keep it you know raw water i want it to be reflective of the lifestyle we live which is unapologetic it'sit's aggressive type pace it's you know eights fight hard love hard you know it's all that it's all all the mistakes trials and tribulations warrior someone who grew up in a warrior culture goes through more so after the fact as well to i i like you know i spend a lot of time kind of a.