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"tasha" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

07:46 min | 6 months ago

"tasha" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"In dating and generally in life. And you're basically touching upon this, which is what are some of the most common misconceptions about self awareness because to me that was mind-blowing to even to know that the two aren't correlated the internal the external. I just always assume if you're self aware enough, you know how other people perceive you. So what are some of the other myths and misconceptions? Well, let's get to the most uncomfortable one and we'll just put it out there and deal with it. Let's go big first. So the biggest misconception about self awareness is that we have it. Bingo. So people that think they're self aware generally aren't. Is that what you're saying? That is exactly what I'm saying. And I have the science to back it up. So here's two data points that I think kind of say it all. What percentage of people believe that they're self aware, according to our research. 95% of not surprised. 95 out of a hundred people would say, yes, oh. I am very self aware. Thank you so much. And the actual number is about ten to 15%. Wow. And how did you measure that? Well, I don't know if as a self awareness nerd, that's a very loaded question. Maybe I can definitely answer it. As Tasha Natasha takes a sip, she's like, you ready? She's like, how much time do we have? The condensed version will draw conclusions on our own that a lot more wedded to it. Yeah. So basically, there are 7 types of self knowledge that self aware people have. Things like knowing our values, knowing our passions, knowing our impact on other people. And what we did was we measured people's self assessed of each of those 7 pillars of self awareness, as well as someone who knows them well. The other person's assessment. And for them to be self aware, they actually had to tick both boxes. So this gets back to that paradox of if we overestimate our self awareness, there has to be a check and balance. And that was why they had to clear both hurdles. I have to believe that I know myself, very specifically, not just in general, but do I have a set of values that guide how I live my life. Do I know what makes me jump out of bed in the morning and design my life to make that happen? A, and then just someone else agree. So it's a pretty down in journey process to measure that, but that's where I think we can draw some conclusions that are pretty astonishing, that it's not just most of us think we're self aware. 95% of us think we are compared to the delta. It means 80% of us are essentially lying to ourselves about whether we're lying to ourselves. That's insane. So what's maybe like an example? I think this would help me just wrap my head around this too, especially in the dating and relationship context of someone that thinks they're self aware, but they're not. So let's make this interesting. I'll give you two archetypes. Well, no, I'll give you, yeah, I'll give you two archetypes. On one hand, think about someone who is completely absorbed in their own internal experience and totally oblivious to the way other people see them. So this is the person I was watching. I don't know if you guys have caught up on the latest season of misses maisel. But I don't have it. I'm a little behind, but yes. So good. And she goes, I won't spoil anything, but she goes out on a date with this one guy who apparently lived in Spain for a year. And at the beginning of the date, he said that, like, I lived in Spain. And she goes, oh, that's interesting. And then it turns out that he starts talking in Spanish to midge who doesn't speak Spanish to the waiter who doesn't speak Spanish. And it's the only thing he can talk about. Right. So, and I just thought to myself, this is the perfect example of someone who has low external self awareness. He is totally unable to read the room and the date goes miserably. She ends up using her phone call and someone invents a family emergency that you have to go home. Right. So that's one. And I think we all probably have had that experience ourselves. But then the other side is just as interesting, although it's a kind of a different problem. Someone who is so focused on what the other person is experiencing and what they want, that they don't focus at all on what matters to them. So they might try to seem a certain way to someone, but not really believe that themselves. Like, oh, you like to golf? Oh, I love to go. The person doesn't like to golf, right? So it's a different problem, but those are both examples of what it looks like practically. And for the first one, you're probably going to have a lot of first dates. And then for the second one, you might get into a relationship and things get serious, but then you might wake up one day, 20 years later and say, this isn't what I wanted at all. This isn't right for me. So it's kind of both ends of the spectrum there. That's fascinating because the first one I feel like is classic. That's what I would have said if I was to think of an example, that person that talks nonstop throughout the date. And they don't realize they haven't stopped to ask a single question. We've all been on that date. But the second one that you mentioned is interesting to me because I don't know if I would have correlated that with self awareness. I would think it was more people pleasing or low self esteem, something like that. How does that correlate to self awareness? It's an interesting balancing act. It really is about understanding who we are and what we want just as much as it is about the impression that we create with other people. And I think for a lot of people, and by the way, the archetype that we use or that I use in my research is I call those people pleasers, by the way, I am one of those people. I didn't know what color of new car I was going to buy several years back. So I crowdsourced it. I asked all of my Friends what color car I should get. But I couldn't figure it out myself, right? And that it's not what we think of, but it's a lack of self awareness and that it's not allowing us to make decisions in the spirit of our success and our happiness. And when we see ourselves clearly and completely in compassionately, you know, works in all the goods about an ugly, that's when we are really, it's almost like a sweet spot. We don't totally neglect one of those two areas, but at the same time, we can live in both worlds. When a lot of times, they don't agree, we might see ourselves in a completely different way than other people see us. But the important thing is recognizing it. And that's I think a really practical takeaway for all of us. Well, Tasha, here's another loaded question related to that, especially when it comes to dating. Do you think dating apps are playing into the lack of awareness of people, making them think that they have the awareness because we always hear people don't know what they want, but dating apps force you to tell them what you're looking for. At the end of the day, maybe we think we're so aware of what we're looking for, but we really don't know. I mean, I'll just use a personal example. My husband on paper is not the person that I thought I would never end up with. All the time. And there's something about that chemistry where I think you're right. If you exclude a whole type of person because you don't initially believe that's who you want, you're leaving it up to chance. Might you find the perfect person in your created parameters maybe, but is a great person for you, maybe outside of those parameters. I can say with a, we say, in science, an N of one, one person in this study. That was my experience. Yeah, this is really fascinating because I think I've thought of people that are I'm thinking of like a past partner of mine specifically. I thought he was extremely self aware because he was able to see some of his faults and shortcomings very clearly. But he wasn't able to see the good that he brought to the table. So it's almost interesting that you're saying that self awareness isn't just being aware of the faults, but it's how you show up as a whole. And I think a lot of dangers that we see too don't recognize the catch they are. Like, how can people start.

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"tasha" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

07:49 min | 6 months ago

"tasha" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"The dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating that The Huffington Post calls one of the top ten podcasts about love and sex. On each episode, we'll talk to real daters about everything from sex parties to sex droughts, date fails to diaper fetishes and first moves to first loves. I'm your host UA Shu, former dating coach turned dating sociologist. You also hear from my co host and producer Julie Kraft chick as we explore this crazy dateable world. Hi Friends, welcome to another episode of the dateable podcast. We are UA and Julie, and we want to discuss everything about modern dating and the dating culture. But at the root of dating is human connection, something that we are very passionate about. And something that we sort of lost in the last few years and so many people we see in our community are trying to get that connection back absolutely. And I feel like before this episode, I would never have connected self awareness with human connection. Clearly, they're in the same vein, but I think this episode really ties the connection of human connection. And I was so excited when you found doctor Tasha urich, her TED Talk, and she really breaks down the science of self awareness in a way that I think we hear the word self awareness. It's almost like this buzzword, kind of like personal development or attention, or even communication. It's like, this is what you need to do to be successful in relationships. But what do these actually mean? And I love that we were able to break it down actual definitions of self awareness. And spoiler alert, none of us are a self aware as we think we are. And I like her a point of even if you are a self aware or working towards that, you have to use that information. It doesn't just sit idle. And this is also related to our upcoming course, finding your person, the finding your person program is something that we launched last year. It was very popular, and we are about to relaunch it again, but as part of this program you'll learn about self awareness, yes, learning about yourself more, but we also have a proprietary positive refactor method where it helps you put your self awareness information into action. Yes, it's all about the action. I feel like it's both, you know, you can't just do do do and not think ever. I think that's problematic, but also just getting into a state of rumination. We talk about the difference of rumination versus reflection. In this episode, in that's really important. How do I reflect on what's happened, but use that information as power to move forward and make action happen? Yeah, we had so many conversations in the last few years about people putting their personality test results on their dating app bios or they're putting their schemas on their bios. It's great to know this and we are all identifying with these results. But what do you do with these results? And do you want to still be this person? And something we've uncovered recently is that you're constantly evolving, taking a snapshot of who you are in this moment, but there's also a snapshot of who you could be in the future and how do we get there that comes with self awareness and using the self awareness information. Yes. She also talks about a quiz that she has that you have to answer that you send it to your friend. I still need a few a yesterday. It's not completed it yet. It's been less than 24 hours. I guess you're excused from it. But the whole point is to see de jure perceptions match how other people perceive. That's huge, right? That's huge if you're, if you think you're a certain way, but does that really mean other people perceive you in that way? It's like if a tree falls in the forest and nobody's around, did a really fall. I don't know. Oh, it goes. I like that. It's like if other people don't acknowledge you as being that way, are you actually that way? It's really interesting information. And this is why we feel like when it comes to personal development, you can't just do this work on your own. You can't just be in silo, thinking about who you are, you have to interact with other people for this to actually come true and be realistic for you. Yeah, has this ever happened to you, 'cause I definitely have been here before. Where you do take that time to do the personal development. In fact, I took an entire year off from dating at all. After a brutal breakup, I did not date for a year. And I did a ton of self development and then when I went back into it, you know, things still come up. And a lot of times you think, oh, I thought I was past this. But I think what I've learned over time is one at the journeys never over. But then two, of course, if you're doing this at a silo by yourself and doing reading the books and doing the exercises, but not interacting with people that are going to trigger it in some way. Of course, everything's going to be good. It's the true test is you can never control the people out there. So how is it that you're going to react once you get this information? Have you ever had that happen? We're resurfaced for you. You know, certain things we had an episode about positive intelligence and we talked about saboteurs and certain people can trigger your saboteurs to come out and it's just the way we're conditioned. It's so much of our conditioning that we've had ever since we were little kids. So I've definitely had situations where I felt like in the academic sense, I could see myself and say, okay, you should respond in this way. But in the current practical sense and the emotional sense, I was not able to put it into practice in the moment. Like when I get into a fight with my partner, it's never the way I imagined it to go. It's like hindsight is 2020 as cliche as that sounds. I'm actually gearing up to go to Austin this weekend. So I will be coming back from Austin when this episode officially drops, but I will be there over the weekend. And I was thinking about it, I'm going to my college friend's wedding, seeing a bunch of friends from college that I haven't seen in three years, which is nuts. And I was thinking about it. I had a friend that went through something pretty serious with her partner a while back. I mean, they've been buried for years. And I remember I was really upset she didn't tell me, because I was like, this was in a stage where I felt like Friends shared everything. And I was kind of like even personally offended that my friend didn't share this thing that she was going through. And you know, it's taken years later and self awareness. I was like, wow, I was kind of an asshole that I even expected her to tell me that. And made it about me. It's like there's certain things at one. It's her partner's thing that he was going through that really had nothing to do with her to even share. So there was that piece. And then second, she doesn't need to share every last thing with her friends. It's not like she doesn't value me as a friend because she didn't share something personal. They were going through. But I feel like I was lacking that self awareness back then to even realize that. I wasn't the center of the world and didn't need to know every last thing. Yeah. It also friendships are just so different when people are in relationships. Your idea of a friendship of always being there for each other and telling each other everything changes when you get into relationships. And rightfully so, I mean, we've seen it. There are certain friends that were like, you shouldn't have told us that about your partner because now I see your partner in a totally different way and I'm not sure if I can be in the same room as him, honestly. Yeah, but I have like thinking about it even with myself if I was going through something personal that I shared with my partner. That's different than him sharing it with a bunch of his friends, you know? That isn't necessarily what you're signing up for. So I do think.

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Cardi B Speaks Out After Being Awarded Additional $3 Million in Slander Lawsuit Against YouTuber

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Cardi B Speaks Out After Being Awarded Additional $3 Million in Slander Lawsuit Against YouTuber

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Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting hundreds of fed ex packages are found in the Alabama woods an estimated three hundred to four hundred FedEx packages were found dumped into a ravine near the small town of Hayden Alabama on Wednesday what county sheriff's office said deputies were sent to guard the scene until FedEx workers could arrive to pick up the packages sheriff mark moon said fed ex was sending multiple trucks and drivers from across the south to load up the packages the Tasha Abney told WBMA TV that her neighbor found the boxes on his property in a statement FedEx said it is reviewing the situation and will take appropriate action hi

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"tasha" Discussed on How to Be a Better Human

How to Be a Better Human

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on How to Be a Better Human

"You're listening to how to be a better human. I'm your host. Chris dummy i've heard it said before we all have a blind spot in our lives that the exact size and shape ourselves. They give me really difficult to see ourselves accurately or to know how other people see us. I have over the years of doing. Stand up comedy. I've noticed that almost every comedian. I know has some joke. That is about how they look or how they're perceived. Maybe it's something like i know. I'm also surprised that i'm a comedian. Or i'm aware that. I looked like a dance teacher on vacation. Okay but regardless of the specific joke. It seems to me that audiences laugh at that because they don't expect the comedians in no so specifically how they come across. There's something delightful and unusual in actually being self aware in that really specific way and today's guest. Tasha uric she has some fascinating ideas and insights around what self-awareness means in practice and the difference between thinking about yourself versus knowing yourself even written a whole book about it. Here's a clip from tasha's talk at ted mile high. It's the ability to see ourselves clearly to understand who we are how others see us and how we fit into the world. Self-awareness gives us power. We might not always like what we see. But there's a comfort in knowing ourselves and there's actually a ton of research showing that people who are self aware are more fulfilled. They have stronger relationships. They're more creative. They're more confidence and better communicators. They perform better at work and in the world of self-awareness. There are two types of people. Those who think they're self-aware and those who actually are we like to think of our brains supercomputers rationally analyzing information and arriving at accurate conclusions. Unfortunately that's not what happens. But don't worry i am not here today to tell you to stop thinking about yourself. I am here..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"He said instead he needed jesus so lead and so the perfect. Keeping of the law that name synonymous with the law not having access but by jesus is what we're here over get even giving of these hard laws and the justice that even moses succumb to justice to what was right in the eyes of god and jesus likes again in the end moses gotcha see the promised land with jesus. I just think that's beautiful. Absolutely jesus okay. I know where at the end of our time we are. But here's the thing that we just can't mess you know tasha that we love to spend our opening god's word and in this case deuteronomy and talking about the beauty goodness and truth. We found there honestly. I just want to thank you first of all for solo and you showed it to us. And i'm so so thankful i knew this conversation was gonna be good. I loved it so thank you to and then at the end of our episode. We like to ask you our guest wearing your life. Are you seen beady goodness or truth. That just points you to jesus well. That's an easy question right now. Because of where i am and i've just got to tell you something. My husband got a national park pass. And that is what we've been doing. I've actually been on a guys trip with me and my daughters and my husband. We've been off. But i just don't just reminds me so much especially in old testament how god screams through his creation if anybody could think any of this is accidental his goodness beauty the fact i mean even being in a desert like i am in utah right now that god could have cared for his people in a place like this for forty years. I mean that. They're i'm telling you i have already torn up my toes from you. Know like my where literally. It's just like the scripture is just coming alive. I think i really loved that. I've been studying deuteronomy while i've been here because it's just i can kind of transport myself to a similar type place and realize god is so good to the other thing we just finished summer. Bible study at this past summer at preston would and just see the moments when women get it so we've started just going through the bible like that's what we do. Just go through the book of hosea. You know it's not big homework things. It's we're going to read the bible. We're going to ask whatever questions you want to ask. What does it say. What does it mean. What does it mean to me. What does it tell me about god. You know all the things you know you guys have been doing this very well for a very long. that's what we're doing. We're taking after what you guys do just reading and and when you see that light come on for a woman in her seventy s came up to me recently and said i have never read the bible like this i. I don't know where i've been. I mean you know. And so. Golly i just feel like the lord gives me a frat row seat to see what he's up to is one of the highest privileges i have in my life honestly to to see women get it to see them getting god's word and realize i know something about god that i didn't know for the years up to this point because i've his word and to find it for ourselves. Yeah nobody and reading it..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"That's the great commission and so at this point. If we're the epicenter of israel is the epicenter of what god is trying to do. Then they have to be pure and so it's keeping that bigger picture. I mean we know that god does not want anybody to perish and so he's making it very clear he's giving them the opportunity to know what's going to get them in trouble. He's repeating it. He's showing merced not a sneak attack. It's not it's not. He's not going to just one person condemn them. I mean you know. It says that there's going to have to be the testimony of two or three. I think i've lost where you're right. It's again it's just. It's understanding who god is an understanding to and you'll know this i mean we all deserve death. Our sin has already put at like. This is what we all deserve. Justice means that everyone of us should be taken out and stuff. That's right that's right. Everyone of us on this call and every one of us listening and that dislikes such a hard thing to say or here and it is true. And that's where we see. Jesus the standard is god's holiness. That's right we cannot attain. Yeah that's right. I'm so thankful tasha that you reminded us me sitting on your floor. That god is so near to them and he is making a point a very intentional point to live among them and give them away to dwell with them. It reminded me of something we read last week. And this is back in deuteronomy chapter four in its back when moses is still kind of giving them the flyover of their story. As god's people this is chapter four verse seven actually back up to part of six so when they they other people when they hear about all these statutes they will say this. Great nation is indeed a wise and understanding people as moses says for what great nation is there that has a god near to it as the lord. Our god is to us whenever we call on him and what. Great nation has righteous statutes and ordinances. Like this entire law. I set before you today and it just. We can't compare tried last week. To compare god's law a little bit too like other laws of the time and we can't compare god's law to other law because they don't have the benefit of god at the center of that of the one who is perfectly just perfectly righteous perfectly loving and with his people A god who dwells with his people. I'm so thankful for that. Reminder that he gives thanks for this law as he's delivering and reminding so. I mentioned that we're reading deuteronomy in the law. That church right now and one of the things that had never thought about before we've talked about how moses and we're going to read about it more as we get further and how moses won't get to enter the promised land right because has disobedience story that we read is actually i think numbers twenty. We've talked on this podcast before. We talked with lisa harper about this. How like the beauty is that while he didn't get to enter the promised. Land we get to see on the mount of transfiguration that moses does get to stand in the promise land with jesus by his side and it just this beautiful redeeming moment. And that's every time. I think about moses not entering the promised land. That's where my mind goes but in church one of our pastors paul. Lim was talking about it. And he said there's no name more synonymous with the law of god than moses. It's right like he. He received the law he gave the law. He interpreted the law like moses. It's called the mosaic law. Like it's named after him right. And he said that. Moses the name synonymous with the law did not get to enter the promised. Land means that perfect keeping of the law is not what gives us access to the promise land..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"Observe these specific festivals. And here's why it's to remember in it's in that remembering we have clearly demonstrated. We're very bad not great at. We're not so if it's on the calendar even better. Yeah yeah it's because it feels like chapter sixteen takes this like hard right. Turn like we were talking about. Giving an we're now we're talking about festivals but it's all so intertwined obedience and recognition of who. God is we give because of who got his and what he has done and these festivals are just these church calendar like it's they're like regularly scheduled time lest they forget to remember and worship god for what he has done. We sometimes think let's worship god for what he's going to do like i praise you for what you're gonna do. I know you're gonna do it more for what he's done for me today or this week or this year. The israelites are being asked to remember and worship god for what he has done. And so are we. That's we get. That's why we have our church. Calendar advocates coming and we have on our calendar. Not because we love lights and christmas presents but because it is our time like lint like it our time to go. Let's never forget what god did. Ill for us. And let us never stop worshipping him for that but lest we do stop worshiping. It's gonna come around again next year and we're going to remember again we're going to worship him for what he did a man who's the things we say will never forget. Yeah i'll never forget this. Never forget this for sure. But i probably will likely yes probably for me personally. I'm gonna ask you guys how you felt. The most difficult day of reading for me in this week was for sure day. Twelve getting into deuteronomy seventeen. And the i see you smiling. Yes tasha and i'm still. I'm thinking of all of our friends listening and i'm thinking of the women have your turn gathered round opening this for the first time you know and then like if we were.

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"This is the victory that has conquered the world. Our faith beautiful are little faith. Yup my it really is and it's so beautiful and you spend your time a large portion of your time with studying the bible with women right and lutely and leading them and so i just want to pause for a second and talk to our friends who are listening to each other about that connection between obedience in love like in maybe. I don't know psych. What is when you're talking with your gals at your church. How do you address this like. How does that come up because it can strike our ear different at different seasons you know it can seem harsh and then it can seem like oh yeah of course. Yeah then when we get to words like require it's hard yes no and that is i mean. This seems try. But i always tease. Because of course what you think of when you think. Church ministry and women's minister is will she leads the bible study and so my big sane is bible. Study is not a class. You take a rhythm you keep as a believer and the reason frame outer tasha allowed. What else do we have. I mean what else do we have. There have been people through adam and eve or more set up for success than anybody in the history of ever and they failed in so women. come in. and y'all oh my gosh especially even since copays like there is some hard stuff out there and we just hand not be going through life. Riding the roller coaster get off. The rollercoaster like truth is in scripture in so i think amanda when you were talking a little bit before we we just read that last section in first john you were saying like what is it about us. There's a requirement for obedient. I think that little ways that we get up every day and we're obedient. We get in god's word we spend time worshiping we. We talked to him in prayer. Those are the things that keep that love because otherwise we do. Just forget it in so when women come in i mean. I can't tell you like y'all some of the things i hear. I will sit there and think lord why have you let her walk through that. That is too much you know and i just and so the only possible thing that we can give anybody else is god's word in his truth and having faith in knowing him well enough you know it says the victory that's conquered the world are fade we. You don't have that kind of victory conquering faith. If you don't know the god that you have faith in in the primary way right he has revealed himself is through his words. We have to know his word. And i don't think it's accidental. That i mean moses swan song if you will which is basically. The deuteronomy is him. He's recapitulating the law. He's reminding them he he's giving it to him again. He's telling them everything because that is what they're going to need to know and i don't think that's changed. I think that's what we need to know to. It's it's i always tell people. It's really the only thing i have to give. You is god's word. I don't have great advice. I haven't done it right. I don't have a counseling degree. I can pray for you. I can be listening ear. But you have to know god's word it has to be in you and you have to have paid them that god that you serve because this life is hard..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"But here's the warning. Be careful that you are not enticed to turn aside serve inbound and worshiped other gods then and so instead of so that we could then. Then the lord's anger will burn against you. He will shut the sky and there will be no rain. The land will not yield it's produce and he will perish quickly from the goodly. And the lord is giving you like you said tasha like in a covenant it's bilateral there are blessings obedience and then there are consequences to disobedience. That's right and how sad it is that we have to be reminded so often. I'm going to get a little. I'm gonna show you my age and the age of my daughter's here but this always reminds me all of these remembering of. There's a song that taylor swift scenes. Did i put that on my bio. That i can often connect scripture to taylor swift lyrics. It you did not. But i feel like you should include that at next time..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"And just like seeing those echoes is the wrong word. But the way that the new testament echoes the old testament. Like these appealing to the lord for the souls of manhattan. And i mean yeah just. The veracity of scripture from beginning to end is amazing. And i don't think it's accidental. Of course this comes right in front of chapter ten which is where we get the priesthood and just that precursor to needing a mediator needing somebody to come and help in this situation to remind them right law to intercede on their behalf. And that's where we get the tribe of levi then getting asked to carry the ark and being set apart and just like you said kind of pointing to that that great mediator. That is to come in the new testament. It's just all so intricately amazing and I don't know how people don't fall in love with the bible they do. They win they get into no absolute the thing. That's exactly right. you can't help it's just. It's a deep ocean that we can swim an awesome. That's right that's exactly right and we are friends listening. Who read with us. Atlanta are going to remember about about levi. I mean that's just one of the things that you know you'll just keep hearing those Those little connections and it's just it's just so beautiful. The payoff of reading scripture of time is so rich to be able to. I mean i experienced this personally. And i got excited for community reading the line. Where the levi's aren't getting a piece of land as their inheritance and the scripture says the lord is his inheritance. And i just thought like oh i know that i remember that and i just. I'm so grateful for the joy. Green scripture over time yup and i love that reminder tasha that it is god's kindness that he gives us this law and it is that he's giving his people law in its this passage and deuteronomy chapter ten starting in verse twelve. Actually could i ask you tasha to read some of that for us as maybe verses. Twelve fifteen do twelve through twenty. It's also it's so good. It's underlined okay. Stop whenever you want. I'll go all the way. I'm all in okay. Okay starting at verse. Twelve and now israel. What does the lord your god ask of you except to fear the lord your god by walking in his ways to love him to worship the lord your god with all your heart and all your soul. Keep the lord's commands statutes. I'm.

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"But this is how you should live in then. Promised land though the phrase that jen used was 'cause we talked about it was kind of like moses is sending his kids to college and you can't go but she said he's giving them roots and shoots. He's reminding them of where they've come from and telling them where to go. And so that's just a helpful framing for me as we go into deuteronomy week to anyway. I'm excited yeah and this reading plan that we have so. We breathed everyday and with the plan that we're in the study that we're in right now. We call a reading plan and in this reading plan. We're approaching deuteronomy in four sections. So last week we actually did like a section and a half or the start section two and so we talked about god's faithfulness to israel because these are the chapters where moses is just being no telling the stories and then he gets into reciting god's law and reminding them and expounding on god's law again. It's not really new information. It's just more information. And so this section is life as the people of god and that still where we are here. In week two were in this life as the people of god section so we're establishing like god his holy goddess faithful. How are you nation of israel to live in response to who got is and who got has been and is and will be to you like how are you gonna live now and so that's where we are. We picked up on day. Eight and moses telling the people of israel the story of him receiving the ten commandments. And of course. We remember how that went. But here's what i know. Tash you told us before we hit record that you have personally enjoyed the study of covenants and specifically like the mosaic law. That's where we are unday. He's saying this is how like in i love chapter nine verse. Ten on the day of the semblance of the lord gave me the two stone tablets inscribed by god's finger which just feels like absolutely mind blowing but then he goes on to tell the story about the shattering of the tablets and then then got inscribing them again. Talk to us tasha about the mosaic law. And what is exactly. How is this a covenant will the thing that i love about the mosaic law and this covenant is it's one of the very few bilateral covenants and what that means is for instance that abraham covenant will. That was something that was accomplished by god alone. And obviously anytime you enter into a covenant with god he's gonna do all the heavy lifting but by the mosaic law. We see that the israelites. Kind of have some skin in the game right. They are not just put to sleep. Like abraham was they are actually told like you were talking about that. There is a way in which they're supposed to live. There is something they have to do in it sets up this like reciprocal relationship between the israelites. Between god that if you're going to be obedient if you're going to follow this law then you're going to experience blessing. And when you know. God's character. I mean he's infallible. So he can be counted on to uphold his end of the covenant. And of course covenants. Were so familiar back. Then so this would they totally understood this type of relationship but they also had could count on the fact that if they were disobedient they were going to experience punishment. And i love how when you read verse ten there about god giving them the law and then of course what happens is broken. That's not an like an angry thing you know they broke the law. So we're starting over again and so this reciprocal relationship that they have this. Covenant that's bilateral. So god has a part in it and israel has a pardon at both of them have to participate..

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"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"I'm your other host. Amanda bible williams and this is week two of our deuteronomy series. Love the lord. Your god and we are really going to start getting into the thick of it this week. It's going to be great. We are excited about this book of the bible. It has so much to offer teaches us so much about god and we're just so thankful for it and we're thankful for our guest this week. Tasha calvert the global director of women's ministry preston would that is a really big title. I'm going to summarize it for you and tell you that this is the woman who knows and loves her bible and she loves to walk the women of her church through books of the bible which she does regularly one book at a time with the women of our church and we knew immediately that we would be kindred spirits with tasha in that proved to be true. So i think you're gonna love this episode. We all learned a lot together. We talked about the things we didn't understand and we just gave. Thanks to god for his word so i hope this.

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"tasha" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

The Toy Reviewer

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

"Man. We're going to be good at babysitting roy guys. I'm not too sure about that. Like i'm better at putting on my makeup. The baby sending some kid guys. I mean i guess we get money out of this. We do a good job. Yeah i agree of likely. Get money out of this. So it's totally fine. So who cares. I forget another babysitting plaza money. I'm not going to be wrecking my hair to chase after some kid who wants to make troubles and break the rules. Who said that the kid was going to break the rules in. Start troubles mike. Haven't you ever heard of watching tv. Everyone knows that. I the babysitter comes. And the child acts call until the mother leaves and then she started taxing chaotic and messing. Up your hair. I do not want that to happen to me. Okay my whatever sassy pants. What on earth did you just call me. these used. communists sassy pants. How rude. Well i mean. I don't see the point of just like babysitting. I mean we're going to be pretty good at it. Yeah i mean. We're the most excellent team ever. Nothing can stop us guys. I'm a little bit nervous. I pol babysitting. But i kinda wanna prove the tower of you were hong that we are going to babysitting wherever she likes it or not. I don't care what she thinks. I just don't want to ruin my marvelous hair that i took two hours on this morning. This kid is in chaotic. While i guess here we are. Here's a location. Who wants during the doorbell i can. I'm the brave one around here. More like the wimp hang. Well did you say about me. Nothing just bring the doorbell. Ding dong honey. The babysitters are here. Mommy won't any dumb babysitters to babysit me. I'm old enough now to take care of myself. Honey you're only five years old okay. I can't let you stay at the house alone. What i won't get into any stranger danger. i promise. Want a bunch of strangers. Taking care of me. These aren't strangers honey. Maybe they are. But they're your babysitters are going to be taking care of. You don't want anyone to take care of me. I can take care of myself. I'm a grown woman. Like you said you're not a grown woman. You're still child child. Yes you are honey. You're you're of young. Whatever these babysitters gimme a cookie. Because that's what i deserve. No honey i wanna tell you. Do not actress the babysitters and make sure to behave. Okay fine whatever. Let's just get this over with. How long were you gone numb. Maybe a couple of hours couple hours. I'm staying a couple of visa and who are complete strangers for a couple of hours. This is ridiculous. sweeney behave. Hi it's so nice to see you. My name is sky. this is my daughter. S- cussing low children. Hey what did you say me. Curly haired yellow lady. Nothing i sad. I love your hair. It looks like a bunch of piles of sticks up together. I mean it looks like so nice. I took so long to make your hair. Well thank you well. Are you blake. Well i silver hair. Thanks why does everyone keep complimenting my hair. Because it's amazing blakey pu i mean what did you call me all. No not this again. Dude i think the cuomo shush okay. Mic fine. I think susie called hugh her ear. Your her blankie ace top. It boogered gyms right now before slim yawn door. we've met. what did you say. Come on guys get this over with and get our money and get out of here so My daughter's pretty nice. If she had an emergency please tell me. I will be on it and i will. I will help you guys out. Okay so this is our home and make sure she doesn't have any deserts and sometimes she likes to take naps throughout the afternoon but not all the time so if does everything. You really need to know all right. Oh what's your daughter's name. Oh her name. Her name is tasha. Yeah my name is tasha. I know it doesn't excellent name for me. I'm i i mean it's an okay name now. What did the on. Mr guarini head. Hey hey hey hey hey tashaun. It'd be nice if tasha's starts acting police. Call me. But i did tell her that if she acted nice and behave that she would get a cookie. The cookies are on the cabinet but make sure she doesn't feel any because sometimes she likes to climb on that counter and steal the cookies so make sure she doesn't do that and Yeah that's the near free to go all right bye. I'll be out for a couple of hours. Don't worry we'll take care of a really good. Yeah you better we would sell. Let's go play with my dolls Actually i'm going to stay on my phone and just scroll going to look at some photos. Okay you guys can take care of this little stick girl what you call me nothing terra. Leyla whatever your name is. My name is tara nor northe- it's tash contest show. Let's go to the living room and play dolls. Seeing the silver boy understands me. None of you all do. I the silver boys my favorite. How dare you you're very. You're very very picky picky. You're kind of like a spoiled brat. What oh my ears are like bleeding will make us up. Quiz tasha's shush shush deserve to be honest. We already made her cry. More like humana crying. What are we supposed to do. I don't know you're the one who made her cry. Do something what about. We play some soccer seriously do. That's the best thing cometh sock ill. I like soccer. What you don't like soccer soccer's like the best ever existed.

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"tasha" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

MAP IT Marketing

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

"To learn a little bit about how you could use to talk for your business to welcome everybody to method marketing this episode fourteen. And i'm so excited because today we are going to be talking to tashaun I've already missed out the night after practicing beforehand. Jump out and tosh is amazing. I have been watching here. I feel like a bit of a stoker which is gonna make you feel a little bit. Oh quiz but before we jump on and get tasha told you about who she is doubly ounce does i just like to say. Thank you so much for tuning in and listening to this. I'm super excited about this. Because i know when. I took my clients muslim. Free cat about to talk and i really worried about this but i also wanna talk to task. Because she's an artist whose values who will has found a way to monetize that. And i know so many creatives find that difficult is working at a way to build a career around your creativity and what you love without worrying about i am hey can i pay my rent this. I'm sure tash correct in saying that you've had both issues as well as the parent weeks. Occasionally yeah absolutely all right. I'm gonna run iva. I'm the some other Hustle but about you and and how it can be. I will thanks so much for having me on the shore at sorry I started about twelve years ago. And i really started it because i serve a gap in the market. 'cause i couldn't find any jury that i liked Make my iron and it's evolved. Over the years. I now focused. Mainly on things like lapel pins earrings tight bags patches but we really specific messages on them and they sort of motivational messages messages from people who feel different to wage so sort of not a mainstream approach but i think the people who find it really connect with it..

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"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"Even though it's it's definitely not rags-to-riches much more complicated. Aside and i find interesting about that. Is that people kind of have complex desires or kink on all think a lot about real world power disparities and those are things that fascinate people and have been written about law. And why really like about seeing it in fantasies fantasies dealing with those power disperse. He's on like a huge level. Like it's actually you have a colonizer and you have the colonization and dot. Nation may not be colonized by the end of the novel and you see on the micro level in a relationship and also see the ways vats and author can depict the kind of the fantasy of being able to take control in a situation. You would never actually be able to take control of in real life. So i think that the on broken does this in a really interesting way so i won't go further into because i don't wanna spoil it but i really recommend that but essentially i think real power dynamics have very complicated stuff them that people bring to the book when they read it and have to be dealt with in a really complicated way whereas when you're doing something like magic or someone's a superhero all. Someone is literally a robot because why not it's different you kind of take some of those really complicated things that you bring to it out and you just have the power stuff and then i think you can just have the kind of the fantasy of somebody having power and being able to use power but in the romantic contacts you get the kind of like the thrill of. They could kill anybody but they will do that to protect me all so and so and they will take me flying because we love each other and i'm making. That sounds really shallow. But i guess it's just it's nice. It's really nice. I like it. That's it. I mean there's also.

"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"It's something that feels real i. I've always found it very interesting. That kind of when you read a romance often familial trauma coast hand-in-hand like i still love mills and boon. I used to read a lot of the kind of billionaire books. And what i found really interesting about. Those ones is that you would have this. This guy would come along and it was about the romance between two people but it was also often about terrible families so there was often distant or there is a distant father or their siblings. Who do terrible things and part of learning to love each other is also dealing with all the family baggage and that seems to be of genre convention but it's also kind of of life because everyone has family baggage there is nobody in the world who has a perfect family that gives them no baggage. Nobody so everyone has to contend with the reality that the people who love you can also hurt you and that can be in very serious ways over a small ways which means that love is inherently in some way a weakness but also a source of power. I really like exploring that in books. So in the jasmine thrown has a lot of characters. But you have on the relationship between marlene pre the princess and the maid servant. And you'll have lots of familial relationships. So there're lots of really bad brother. Sister relationships brothers do use the sisters love against them to make their sisters to they want or vice versa and you have parents or parental figures. Who do wrong out of a sense of love will betray the love that children have in them. And you will have the relationship that marlon imprio- halfway maldini uses up to a certain point pre his affection or careful against her and that becomes a big thing yet. Love is always complicated by pain. That sounds very depressing. But i kind of think. It's true. But i really like the idea of the ways that understanding that kind of love and deciding what to do with it can also be strength could answer. Yeah do you think there are certain kinds of trails or sutton things that characters just cont did do if they're going to somehow managed to come back from that if they can rescue the romance of the love between them whether or not. It's romantic level. Not.

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"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"This is just thrown up loads of existential questions to me so so touches for that. Sorry no welcome. I was just thinking. Because i'm an editor at a quite low of romance and i've been on courses on how to write. A good amount will have to break down. I'm one of the things. I detect fund. Y brought up this question. Buddy story is because at the essence of it the riots on the buddy stories about two very conflicting characters initially sort of butting heads but then realizing that they had nothing common that they can be friends but more importantly the weaknesses unless strengths matchups. So i wanted week when strong and they bounce back together and that's kind of the essence of what you look for in a really good romance and what And i'm thinking buddy movies like russia may turn when huge and all that kind of stuff you know where it really is two usually two guys from the eighties examples but when we think about frodo and someone like you saying that i think that kind of a step to the side because they never really bud heads. It's never a case of them coming together on funding that witnesses. All the weaknesses of privatizing the strengths and they kind of melt together and fit like look key. I always found that frodo. And sam would people he might bicker bit but at the end of the day was solid. Friends would watch out for each other in a world where everyone was turning against one another and it wasn't a bad then coming together from complete opposite ends. It was about them during closer. For me i think raimondo often His idea and had like pride and prejudice. And all the other things in history way you do have to compete people getting. Wow okay you know what ashley quite like you when we don't quelled gathering and look weak complement each other quite well so maybe romance conventions are too limiting and don't income post love in all its complexities..

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"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"tasha" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"At breaking the glass lipa. We believe it is important to have conversations about women and issues of intersectional feminism within science fiction fantasy and horror to continue to do so. We need your help. Please consider supporting us on patriots. Join the conversation by following us on twitter. Facebook and instagram oakland augusta. I'm megan lee. I'm lucy handsome. I'm charlotte bond. Love can raise us up. Love can tariffs down. It can be a strength out. Weakness and everything in between and inevitably love makes fools of us all while we enjoy reading a good romance. A love story is rarely just a love story. It has so many other uses a narrative one of the most common uses of romance in which is motivation and three we would really like to see the fridging of women trip die. It can be used effectively. But how else romance. Subplots wet to serve the great narratives. How old is on the characters. Use low to their advantage. Joining us in this episode discuss. The power of love is an author who has made me cry for books across the room in frustration and get rather hot to the cola while quietly sitting in my living room. We are very honored to be welcoming. Tash surrey to raking the glassless. Tasha's would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Yes i really love that introduction. Hello i'm tasha. Serie and i write mostly epic fantasy novels with very large romance subplots on the author of empire of sand of cash which make up the books of embiid eulogy which mughal inspired fantasy novels. And i have book that has possibly just come out called the jasmine throne. Which is the first in the burning kingdom strategy and is a wrote an epic fantasy an indian inspired world about more ready great as beings who set an empire ablaze. I love that as rich line is great. I was really delighted when i came up with it. Because the one thing. I really struggled with with my first books was coming up with a good pithy pitch and the minute i worked out for this book i was like yes. I finally accomplished the goal. The marketing goal honestly. That really is a marketing. I cannot do the elevator pitch to save my life and they're will must do the elevator pitch and i'm like no no it's just impossible to condense this book into a pithy sentence so kudos right. I mean you sit there and you write a whole novel. And then you have to distill it down. It is not impossible. Yeah no one tells you when you become an you're going to have to know how to make your own books and talk to people not necessarily a skill that we all have. What are some of your favorite romantic love trumps. and i. i do pull out romance clo- because there are obviously other kinds of love. Do you have any particular romantic love trips. That you love for speculative fiction on different ones that you see coming up in speculative fiction. That don't necessarily come up elsewhere. All you know like fridging. Any other romantic traits. He'd wish would just die. I mean i think. The speculative fiction lends itself really well to the mistaken. No secret identities trope. And i love that one awhile. I was just thinking one of my favorite tropes which i don't see enough inspector to fiction. I wish i did was the pessina. A is evil and immoral about to will do anything for pass in be and would never harm person. Being thinks pass be is perfect. I think that's a really good trope. Some ethical trope. But it's a fun. Trope dr horrible..

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'COVID to COVID' Lung Transplant Patient Grateful

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

'COVID to COVID' Lung Transplant Patient Grateful

"A man in Chicago is the recipient of the first known Kobe to coal bed double lung transplant I feel wonderful Renato Aquino was working as a phlebotomist caring for patients when he came down with the case of the virus so severe it destroyed his lungs and nearly killed him niece Tasha Sundstrom says he did look good I actually went to the funeral I did all the arrangements and then the next day he proved us wrong he wanted to live Dr on kid parotid northwestern says options were running out to save the call that lungs were available from a donor who previously had a mild to moderate cold at the donor's lungs did not have permanent damage Aquino says he is grateful yeah yeah thank you I'm alive keno says he now has a second chance at life I bet Donahue

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The Color of Food: America's Invisible Farmers With Tosha Phonix

We Live Here

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The Color of Food: America's Invisible Farmers With Tosha Phonix

"As black farmers continued to lose land and lack resources to continue their work their contribution to agriculture and flew justice are at risk of being diminished locally environmental groups in the saint louis region employ fewer or no people of color even though there are areas of the saint louis region that are close to have black. That's why we spoke to tasha phoenix a former food justice organizer for the missouri coalition for the environment or mc and an outspoken champion for black farmers during her time with mc she noticed the lack of diversity in the local food justice movement and struggle to make her ideas heard so in november twenty twenty. She created evolve. A saint louis base food justice organization. Where black growers could drive and mentor other young black growers one of the things that i notice was the the face of urban egg in saint louis was white but when i started going there wasn't my reality my reality was they know a black people who late this foundation. They taught me how to grow. They were in charge community gardens. There was a grocery store in bayden. Call yours market. That's why learn how to grow as a black owned grocery store in the middle of the so. that's why i learn how to grow and so inmate. I'm like man this narrative being pushed it's incorrect. Not only is it incorrect about. Who's more food but is also incorrect from a standpoint of community right so wanted things from community stand point that was incorrect was that the issue was of corner stores. This is why. I said i'm intentional. About full justice closed. We talk about food justice. We can't just look at it and say hey put in a food pantry here is enough or hey couldn't fresh. Fruits and vegetables in a corner store is enough. We have to deal with systematic racism. The hairs allow for these things even put in place.

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Crowd protests after officer near Minneapolis shoots motorist

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Crowd protests after officer near Minneapolis shoots motorist

"In a suburb of the U. S. City of Minneapolis. Riot police have fired tear gas and stun grenades as they confront crowds of protesters angered by the fatal shooting of a black man. Minnesota National Guard troops have been deployed on a curfew imposed to try to prevent a second night of unrest. Barbara Plan Tasha has this report. Crowds outside the police station refused to leave despite a curfew. They broke into frequent chance of Dante right. Some threw bottles and shot fireworks toward police lines. City officials had said the shooting could not have happened at a worse time. With tensions high over the George Floyd case, and it seemed to have been a tragic mistake. An accidental discharge. The police chief called it He showed body camera footage that suggested the officer who shot Mr Right meant to fire a Taser, not a gun.

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Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding

Look Behind The Look

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding

"So daniel. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am very. I've been wanting to have you on forever I just started this. in september. and one of my best friends is troy and nathaniel. And they they were like yeah. When are you having daniel on and so much better you in the city. Yes oh my god we yeah. I live on the upper west side. Oh okay we're we're getting together. I'm half vaccinated. So he to me totally okay. So we're we're definitely getting together. I can't lay god. I can't believe we're talking about like that now like it's happening we're actually able to plan like summer and spring get togethers. It's very a turning that cova corner. So my god thank god covid for you has been kind of interesting because you were blessed with this position at tasha. Yes hiding out did that. How did that come to fruition. Had been in the works before. Call it oak. Yeah yeah totally so I saw vicki of gosh. I wanna say it was the summer before the new year and She was like look this and it was during the time of the acquisition with her with now unilever. Okay and It just came out of the blue. And i was like well. I'm on contract with dior and on his beauty and you would have to. You know for me to accept this. You have to get me. You know basically me out of my contract and then see yeah. She came back in there like we can. And at this point. I was six years in with your three years. In honest i have such an incredible relationships with brands but i was always able to play with with tasha because they knew my history with vicky. They knew that in both were exclusive. They were non-exclusive able to have my hands with other brands. That were non compete okay so very fortunate to have that opportunity but at that point i was like i kinda. You know it'd be. I would love to get in full time so to speak to really get into product development education. And just kinda slow my roll down.

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'Harry Potter' Hit-and-Run Crash Kills Federal Judge

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

'Harry Potter' Hit-and-Run Crash Kills Federal Judge

"A bizarre crash in florida leaves a federal judge dead at twenty three year. Old north. lauderdale woman. Claimed me harry potter after cops say she killed a federal judge who served the eastern district of new york for seventeen years. They hit and run crash friday morning on a sidewalk in boca raton. Leaves seventy five. Judge said feuerstein dead and a six year. Old boy seriously injured cops arresting tasha snob with first responders say was disoriented an aggressive and claim she was harry potter. According to a police affidavit. Cj papa the washington post reports police found bottles in her bag labeled thc cannabis and drug known to cause erratic behavior

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The History and Development of Oral Torah

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

03:13 min | 1 year ago

The History and Development of Oral Torah

"Today i wanna understand the history of the transmission tower and a little bit about the nature of the transmission and the perpetuation of torah. How torah evolve. How tour was innovated. How torah change for moses until today of course that's a big subject and we're gonna only take a small piece out of it because it's very vast but we're going to give the the outline of how torah change and how it developed until today Mental today but give the the the inside the big picture of how these things work now. The first mission on practice of os tells us that the torah was transmitted from osha at sinai motion gets from god and then he passes it off to joshua with this means is that moshe passed the baton of leadership the responsibility of maintaining the accuracy in the perpetuation. The torah he passed onto the next leader of the generation namely to joshua and after tasha chorus he led the people with great skill and he passed onto the elders and the elders to the prophets and the prophets. Pass it onto the men of the great assembly. This mission of the first michigan avas actually covers around the thousand years from the time of moshe until the beginning of the second temple era around three hundred and fifty years before the common era rambam actually enumerates a more comprehensive list. He gives us the forty generations all the way from moses until arrive ashi the compiler of the babylonian talmud now over the course of these centuries and these generations we're gonna have change the torah development innovation of the torah learn about the dynamism of torah. What changed and of course what. Stay the same. And i think this will illuminate are subject in general the divinity of torah and thrilling understand. The relationship with we have today the core of which we got from moses at sinai and all the things that were added and what is the nature of those things that were added. And how does it relate to us today so we spoke about moshe already in the past. He of course received the torah sinai. Anything just get the laws. He got the details the principles the nuances and over the course of the forty years in the wilderness. He conveyed those principles and those details the people but the tells us that there were parts of moshe's transmission that he did not receive from god. The thomas in the of shabas page thirty a moshe rubbing mozart master. Gaza are comedies aeros. He decreed several decrees and he enacted several ordinances and behold they are upstanding there immutable forever. This i think adds another layer to our discussion of torah.

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Coursera files for IPO amid online learning boom

Equity

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Coursera files for IPO amid online learning boom

"Turn into the weekend now. Just as the weekend started at tech unicorn core. Sarah filed to go public for a great number of smaller edtech startup to the ipo. I think really matters. I got to dig into filing tasha. But here's the gist. Of course. Sarah has impressive growth but also rising losses that means that public investors will have to balance its growth against its deficits. And we don't know at this. Remove how well the cruiser ipo will perform. But the company's s one filing is just not as clean as you might have hoped for a company that was so accelerated last year by the move to remote learning and attack in general. Is this a warning shot for the edtech. Boom

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GitHub alumni are building Rewatch, a solution for your Zoom fatigue

Equity

03:22 min | 2 years ago

GitHub alumni are building Rewatch, a solution for your Zoom fatigue

"Gonna kick off actually with some good hub alumni. That are trying to save us from the thing. We're all suffering from most in the last couple of quarters. Zoom fatigue the dawson. What's going on. So we're seeing a precede company. Come out of get hug. But connor sears. And scott goldman have teamed up to create yet another solution zoom fatigue. I think that's been on top of mind for almost any engineer right now in the valley or in startups and so their bet is that they're going to create an internal youtube of sorts. Which was an internal hub tool that. They're now making to accompany the goal of dot. Is we do a video conferencing. Call alex on the call because he's recording equity but he can go back after the meeting check and see if he was mentioned see if he has nothing to deliver and kind of chime in after search through old meetings. Making live meetings into more as greenwich meetings. Does that make sense. It does but the question about this. So let's imagine that tasha team. And i are not we both have ten people on our teams instead of having like eight of twenty people. Get into a room. You and i could meet record. It make it available to our teams and they can literally just watch our decision making process and then we wouldn't have to have. Everyone stopped work to come to the same meeting. Is that the kind of advantage to this. Yeah and the interface include transcriptions. You can tag people so quite literally. You'll get a notification through the watch channel to see if you were mentioned. The idea obviously is all in calendar. Hell because of remote work. And so this could maybe make you watch the all hands on a slow moment in the work day instead of stopping during breaking news definitely apply with way too much to journalism but juniors and start up clients for rewatch so far. I think the key obviously is going to be the transcripts and summaries ation tools particularly in large companies. Oftentimes these all hands meetings. Go on for a very very long time. And since the pandemic it there are more and more all hands meetings all around the weakest people. Try to synchronize communications and so my hope here is that they also are helping people communicate better because i have this theory that like all content should be reduced by one format to like an hour long. All hands meetings should be like a ten minute phone. Call ten minute phone. Call should really be a to email a minute. Emails should be like a tweet. I think the more that we can try to get efficient communications that to me is the hope was rewatch. It doesn't just become a video library and a youtube channel but it really becomes a for the thinking around what the company is doing. I think the question that a lot of people in remote work are trying to answer. A lot of different ways is can we see consumers who are now tired of zoom which is what we're comfortable with them becoming people who are comfortable with coming back to a meeting once it's already been done like we'll consumers actually be not lazy people and go back to the designer up and given their two cents and more importantly will the designer lead. Look at those comments. Once they are made. Possibly i will say guilty of. I think we record all of our meetings here and i've only been to one and it was just to see if i was fired or not and i can confirm because i'm on this show was not But that was the only reason i went to maybe the fear of missing out. Maybe the fomo effect using tagging and trying to get people involved in this communications but also be interesting over time if it goes from just like. Here's the recording of what happened to an actual edited video meeting. Hey maybe we should change parts of this space on other feedback from other team members and again it becomes kind of this artifact that that adapts based on the team's feedback

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Top 10 Films of 2020

Filmspotting

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Top 10 Films of 2020

"Michael and tasha are gonna come back. We're going to get to. I'm going to call it the consensus between the four of us top two films of the year. Because there's a fair amount of crossover. We didn't maybe all put them in exactly the same slots but it's close enough and we'll also hear the other movies that round out their top five of the year but to get started is a longtime friend of the show formerly of film spotting. Svu with matt singer and critic for buzzfeed alison willmore. This is her choice for the number one film of the year. Hey films leading team. It's alison willmore here from the late almost budding. Svu podcast hoping. I'm slipping voicemail in with enough time under the wire. My favorite movie of the year is buck. Arou- the greatest neo-western anti-colonialist most dangerous game variants. That you'll see this year And also just kind of incredible exhilarating disturbing work that if feel keeps Showing me new things. The more i kind of think on it and revisit it so definitely a feel for twenty twenty For many reasons and one worth checking out if you haven't gotten to it yet it's not right. It's been a tough year guys but hopefully the next one will be better. I mean not so. I don't know about you but i am still wrestling with back row. And i i saw it caught up with it because i had seen so many lists including allison's And it was kind of on my radar all year. Long in one i had to catch up with and sort of squeeze it in here at the end so maybe not entirely fair viewing. I glad i had the experience. I'm just not entirely sure. What sort of experience i had. Which maybe you can. sense from. Allison's voicemail there it's just it's it's wild. It's it's maybe insane. It's i think my first viewing was. I really was intrigued by all of those ideas and genres that were coming you But on a for sitting like they never it. Didn't like really hit me directly in the experience. I almost needed. There are two different groups here. There's this small town of this village really. And then there's this this group of I guess they're americans who come for. We won't give too much. We don't spoil too much but neither of those. I needed more context for both of those sections of the film for registering for me as anything more than like this intellectual experiment. I guess which is kind of how. I did appreciate it. I'm at last. I can say. No i i did as well. I think described it this way for our listeners who support us on patriot and we did some bonus content and i mentioned back arouse being basically battle royale but mixed with the seven samurai and there's probably seven other films you could merge with this movie it does feel truly uniquely its own and that's why it's worth seeing but it's also this weird kind of mashup hybrid of other types of movies. We've seen before. So i am curious to hear what our listeners think about back row came out a long time ago right earlier in the year. Yeah i think so. We just caught up with it. But maybe as it is appearing on more or less like allison's in that number one slot more people are experiencing it and maybe more people can explain to us josh. What we miss definitely worth seeing not gonna make our top ten definitely not gonna come up here in our top five. Why don't you go ahead and get started all right so you heard mentioned there that earlier. My top ten. I had dick johnson dead number six actually right after it. I have another film that deals with dementia. In dick johnson is dead. That is the struggle that Her father kirsten johnson director. Dick johnson is facing and they explore that in a very unique way In that documentary but a very different way than my number five pick explores relic This is a horror film. And in her. Directing debut. Natalie eric james. She basically chooses to confront dementia via metaphorical horror. So the main character is an adult daughter played by emily mortimer who votes her aging mother played by robin navid in rural australia. And this is on a family estate. A family home that's been held for generations and as the movie goes on the walls in this home gradually disintegrate It's a very you know. Obvious symbol for what's happening to her mother But the movie the just the way. The movie handles this. Metaphor is delicate. creepy scary unsettling frightening and it captures all of the emotions that you know you would have in the mundane experience of an ageing parent with dementia it. It makes dementia demonic and liberalizes. That which you know how it can feel. Even if you're not in this sort of heightened scenario and so. I just think that's a strong that such a strong visceral connection to make and natalie erica jeans Just handles it so expertly. Her command of the genre. Here is is astonishing and i think why relic landed on my list and this high is it's ending which i am not going to give away but this is where you know you might be saying especially horror isn't for you. Oh i get it. I get the metaphor. I can imagine what happens. i don't need to see it. You know But this ending manages to involve body horror unconditional love in a way that was completely jarring Of a piece of the horror genre but also incredibly moving and that was kind of like when the movie concluded that way. I was like okay. This is one that's Not only am. I appreciate but probably gonna end up sticking with me to the end of the year

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Three indicted in Houston's Harris County on allegations of trying to illegally influence state House races

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Three indicted in Houston's Harris County on allegations of trying to illegally influence state House races

"District Attorney Kim Ogg has announced that there are grand jury indictments against three local Democrats accused of election fraud. Democratic political consultant Damian Jones Jones was was indicted indicted today today for for coercion coercion of of a a public public servant servant and and false false caller. caller. I I d d information information for for an an anonymous anonymous threat threat that that he he texted texted to to then then state state representative representative Gina Kalani. In a separate scheme, Ogg says Richard Montagne and Natasha Deming actually created a ghost candidate named Tasha Ruiz, who received 20% of the vote against longtime state representative Harold Dutton.

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It's official: Clare Crawley exits The Bachelorette — and gets engaged!

Jason and Alexis

02:27 min | 2 years ago

It's official: Clare Crawley exits The Bachelorette — and gets engaged!

"That Claire Crawley walked away into the sunset with her choice, Dale Moss in the middle of the bachelorette season. This has never happened before. This is 1/16 season of the Bachelorette because she fell in love in the middle of the season, she thought it was not worth the other guy's time. To waste their time. She's like I already know who I want. We are into each other, and we are going to be together until the day we die. Like all bachelor and bachelorette contestants are no. But she left the show very unprecedented. And so they brought in a new bachelorette. Her name is Tasha. Adams. She is a flat bottom miss and she, which means she takes people's blood. If you don't know that she's a nurse, and so the guys were braced for her entrance. He was a little bit concerned about blindsiding the suitors, Claire's former suitors, and she said, I just know that this process moves very quickly and you start to invest a lot of feelings Early on. I don't know if that's the case for some of them. On def, So I'm more than happy to have that conversation with them, and if they don't feel like this is the right time for them, or I'm not right for them. They can walk away at this point. She's not going to get her feelings hurt. S so you know, that's that's good of her. She is absolutely gorgeous. I think this is going to be great. In August, she was seen in Palm Springs wearing a teal bikini. And then there was a teaser for Theo episode that she was in season and bikinis a lot basically. It's like when they show the bachelors coming out of the pool or showering. It's like OK, thank you. We know they shower. Ah, and so there's was a to be continued at the end of the show. Next week's Caesar promised. Possible cases of cold feet of some of the guys walking away from this, plus some more answers from Claire and Dale. So they're gonna have a portion of the show. That's like, all right. Well, how did this happen? How did you you know, because there was also talk that during the pandemic when they had to stop filming that they were still in contact with each other. So that's sort of how their relationship blossomed. And, Yeah, I mean, I give a tour. You know why drag it out? If you know you're going to pick and well, she is getting a lot of hate. Oh, it's like this is real life. It's not just a TV show, you know. She

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House Lawmakers Condemn Big Tech’s ‘Monopoly Power’ and Urge Their Breakups

CNBC's Fast Money

01:23 min | 2 years ago

House Lawmakers Condemn Big Tech’s ‘Monopoly Power’ and Urge Their Breakups

"House releasing its antitrust probe into big tech Kayla. TASHA's not the detailed. Kayla. Was the House subcommittee on antitrust released. Its long awaited report into Amazon, apple facebook and Google. After sixteen months of investigation, it finds that each company wields a unique type of monopoly power over third party sellers over software developers over social networking competitors, and the advertising market now counsels for the subcommittee said e mails the obtained from executives describing some of these practices were white hot documents that prove their case and. They said that it wasn't just customers that were outraged over some of this behavior, but it was is also who are operating on some of these platforms, calling it a civil war, the Democrats recommend structural separations, breakups, prohibitions on big mergers and running adjacent businesses and regulations that limit some of this data collection but it would take an act of Congress to implement any of this they acknowledge and bipartisan support to. Get. Both Chambers on board CNBC reach out to all of the companies named in this report for comment Amazon. So far is the only one who has posted any sort of response to this four hundred and fifty page report. An Amazon says an blog posts at the subcommittees conclusions based on fallacies and that the presumption that success can only be the result of anti-competitive behaviour is simply wrong. Melissa Kayla. Thank you. Kayla Tau she

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Experts: This is THE MOST unequal recession in American history

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Experts: This is THE MOST unequal recession in American history

"Look at the economic collapse resulting from the Corona virus Pandemic shows what has become the most unequal recession in American history Economics reporter had the long takes a closer look for the Washington Post and talked with comas. Bill O'Neill. The recession's typically hits some harder than others. We know that but the difference is in this one are pretty stark. It was God smacking when we ran the numbers. Ah, low wage workers. So we're talking about people earning $13 or last were lost their jobs that eight times the amount of higher wage workers. And here we are. Seven months into this recovery and low wage workers are basically still in a depression like state with huge job losses. Meanwhile, spokes in the top 25% of the income distribution. So a lot of white collar workers they basically fully recovered. Now, why are certain groups recovering more slowly than others here? It's really the nature of the Corona virus, and we can all see it is be drive around our town. This is just so decimated the service sector generally a low pain jobs that Aaron Hotels Hospitality and restaurants, and many of us can name those types of industries. Not to mention a lot of people who are paid in cash, Maybe clean homes or take care of our baby said or nanny. Those types of jobs and those jobs are overwhelmingly held by black women, for instance. Blackmon and people without college degrees. Now the federal government, of course, was quick to step in and help out when the pandemic began lately. Not so much has there been any kind of talk of assistance for these groups in particular. Well, everyone is watching the White House and Congress with bated breath and the latest tweet. The latest information coming out is they still don't have a deal on some sort of further stimulus bill And that worries me a lot in this story. We we did a huge amount of data analysis. To show that this is the most unequal recession in modern history, more so than the great recession we all suffered through, but we also talked to a lot of unemployed workers. And I just think about talking Teo, a single mom that Tasha Smith, who used to work in a casino in Louisiana, that casino Eyes, not just shut down. They've decided they will never reopen. Her job is totally gone, and I asked her. You know what's in your refrigerator, and she opens her refrigerator. And she said, I've got a pack of wings and a pack of size And that's you know, obviously, the impacts of a recession on any particular group can drag the economy down as a whole. Even if your group has recovered. How much of this? Does this impact our overall recovery? When we look at it that way? Obviously we're a consumer driven economy, So not only are these people live Being decimated. We have people falling from the middle class into poverty, like Natasha Smith were just speaking about. But this hurts the recovery in the sense and the overall economy because obviously these people do not. Have money to go out and spend. They don't even have enough money to go out and buy food or pay rent. A lot of people we talked to our unemployed are no longer pain ran. Several of them are no longer paying their car payment. One of them was behind on their electric bills. And no wonder those landlords going to do what are those car companies going to do? It starts to impact the whole economic change. That's Heather Long read more online at washingtonpost dot com.

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The Power of La La Anthony

The Nod

05:35 min | 2 years ago

The Power of La La Anthony

"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art. So power was truly one of my favorite shows I've talked to breathe way too much. I still found myself wondering what carers from the show would do if they existed in the real world. So We'd love it if you could just indulge us in a little bit of a game. Okay. We're GONNA throw out a scenario and you tell us which character from power best fits the situation. All right. Okay. So we all know that Joe Biden made good on his promise to choose a woman to be his running mate. On the democratic. Ticket but we want to know which female character on power would have made a better choice as a running mate. Okay. So You already know off the top of the dump quick witted she's smart. She knows the system how to get through the system I. think he'd be a great running Angelo for sure I mean she kinda got caught up by the system that numerous through it and she knows the law whether she was part of breaking the law or not. She knows the law. So I think she would have been great. All, right. Second Question. So none of the men on power were necessarily winning awards in the a good boyfriend healthy relationships department lynch two men from power. Do you think could go head to head in a horrible boyfriends verses? Who would you like to see? I think draze caring. There was a horrible boyfriend who said the daughter the always mentioned that he didn't care what happened. Durham mom probably ghost I don't love how he handled the situation between you know Tasha Angela and how he did that I wouldn't say Tommy 'cause. You did kill Holly. You're right. Maybe that's what I was gonNA. Relationship you've really love Kisha and things that he would have never heard. Anything to protector. So he might not have been the ideal boyfriend, but I think he was getting to a place where he was really trying to eat. Better. But he did last gopher. No

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A look at Gladys Bentley, American blues singer

Queer as Fact

06:07 min | 2 years ago

A look at Gladys Bentley, American blues singer

"Before we get started as we normally do at the start of a person's life I'm going to jump in when gladys was forty five years old in the year nineteen, fifty, two revolutionnaire. Arcada. Their time travel is upset. Yes. Heavens the reason why jumping in he is because nine fifty two is the at that one amount main sources was written and I want to talk about that. Source. Pot, Abou- review before we actually. Talk about that. So in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties in the USA politicians like Senator Joe McCarthy was spearheading moral and political panicked about queer people in the understanding that we who are not only immoral but also susceptible to blackmail and therefore more likely to become communist spies. Goddess Bentley had built her career on being an openly queer and gender non conforming blues performer in nineteen, Fifty, two in. The African American magazine Ebony, she write an article titled. I'm a woman again in which she talks very late at queasiness before renouncing it and championing heterosexuality and Hetero normativity. In this article, she says, I became a woman again when I discovered unaccepted the one glorious thing which for so many years I had bitterly fought with all my heart mind and body the law of antennas, the devotion of a man. I thought it was kind of Jesus. Is, the man Jesus, the matters not Jesus She did definitely become more involved with her church later in her life, but she doesn't necessarily link that to her. Queens. So like Jesus here but only incidentally. Background character. Incidental Jesus is my Christian rock band. Do you come across. Do. Christian covers rock songs. Both I anyway. What happened YOU CLAP We'll talk a lot more about the background to this article and what was happening in life at that time. When we get to that I, think the sort of political background McCarthyism is. Hardly the main you need to know that, and the reason that I wanted to bring this up and mentioned at the start is because this article is the only information we have about Gladys inhering voice. Well, that's quite a pickle. It is quite a pickle that we are. And it's also the only source of information we have about her childhood before she was about twenty one. Okay. So that's that most by graphical information comes from what can be gleaned from newspaper is nobody's ever written a biography. All Gladys on the work of like interviewing people who knew anything like that is that is something that could still be done. Do you think she was born in nineteen ninety seven so like a lot of people anyone who knew her in her early life is GonNa be dead. Yeah. But from headlight alive that would probably still be some still alive could talk about her bought definitely have to be done pretty soon. I'm not aware of anyone working on unfortunately, but hopefully, someone is yeah. So I just wanted to raise that heavy keep in mind that that's the source of wealth with before we start talking about glass at life. So I got us was born in Philadelphia on the twelfth of August nine, hundred seven to George and Mary Bentley. She was the oldest of four siblings in a black working class family according to Gladys's article in Ebony Mary had wanted a son and she was very disappointed when she had a door refusing much as tasha child on Nessa Child. Gladys. Intern says she always felt repulsed by men including her father brothers and uncles and she says. I suppose the reason was that they will admire while I was scorned from ninety nine or ten. She began to steal her brothers choirs at first to feel she was getting even with them but then I began feel more comfortable in boys quarries than dresses have parents teachers objected to gladys as masculine dress. The gladys was obstinate and she and her parents eventually reached a compromise by gladys wear what's called a meaty blouse. So that's what you'd pictures like kind attritional Salas like a navy ship and she went out with a skirt during elementary school gladdest about to crush on a female teachers she tells us in Class I sat the hours watching her and. Wondering, why I was so attracted to at night I dreamed I didn't understand the meaning of those dreams until later. I. WanNA mention this because it's got his first experience of being attracted to a woman that we know about and also just think it gives you a bit of an idea of how in her article the Ebony she does talk openly about like being que- and being attracted to women and wanting to present in a masculine way and these kinds of things like she doesn't deny that this is an aspect then renounces it and decides that Hetero. normativity is better suicide angle on this that she used to feel this way but she has stopped. Or the she feels this way but has decided that that's not any good. I tell you. It's more than she used to feel this way but has stopped. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It's hard to say because she does sort of talk about talk about there are other people who have the same who had the same experiences in she refers to those groups like she uses like way if she's talking about painting society and she's still kind of identifies with those groups. But at the same time, she says as things like I've become a woman again now I love man I'm able to Vin into this female role Besse so I'm interested to hear how gender and sexuality. Interacting glasses life. Easier we go through what I was saying I've become a woman again. that. Yeah. I really interested to hear your thoughts on that. I, don't really nine because we have so little in gladys invoice except this. Has a lot of a lot about the stuff going on and influence why she write this article. It's hard to say how gladys feels about gender, but we will talk about Nemo. As. Gladys grew older cy when she was a teenager, her mother thought taking doctors. She doesn't explicitly tell us in Ebony article the reason for this but it's apparent that it was connected to fairly to perform femininity in the way that was expected of him. Gladys tells us she believes parents meant well botched quite what my family did not know was that. I didn't need a doctor, but love's affection and healthy interests to supplant the malignant growth festering inside of me, and she seems to argue at this point in the article that it was the original rejection by her mother that fest push towards her gender non conforming behavior and that her parents subsequent relations attempting to force her to conform to femininity. Ireland. Encourage to.

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The First Dog With COVID-19 Has Died, And There's A Lot We Still Don't Know

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The First Dog With COVID-19 Has Died, And There's A Lot We Still Don't Know

"April when buddies family I started to notice that something was a bright buddy started breathing really heavily, any hadn't mucus knows, and this was the first thing is family notice that you know the first sign that he was not himself. That's Natasha daily a wildlife reporter with National Geographic. Buddy was a German shepherd who Natasha says by his family's account was a very, very good boy. He loved running through sprinklers, Keitel's love like running and diving right into the lake. His family loved address them up for Halloween, is also photos of him in a bunny costume and you know he's just it looks like he's just grinning at the camera and so when buddies started getting sick this spring, just before his seventh birthday, his family, Robert Allison Mahoney and their daughter Juliana. While, they were worried I mean he'd be completely healthy, and then all of a sudden in the sprain he. started. Struggling to breathe and the first thing. I thought was he has the virus. Meaning the corona virus in the reason they thought that. They had also been sick. So specifically, Robert Mahoney, the husband had tested positive Alison Mahoney. Robert's wife had not been tested, but she was showing symptoms. So she had it to. The daughter Juliana who's thirteen tested negative. But when it came to getting buddy attest, that was a lot harder. But he's regular vet wasn't seeing patients. The Vet significantly said, there's no, he has like just you know there's no way and he prescribed the antibiotics over the phone. Another vets gave buddy ultrasound and x rays. But also didn't think he could have the krona virus remember no dog had yet tested positive in the US. And many vets didn't have the tests for animals anyway. But one day. Robert, Mahoney sister saw facebook post about a vet where they lived on. Staten. Island that had just gotten some test kits. Robert. was like great like let me call right now. Get down there, make an appointment, and so he was able to make an appointment for ten PM on a Friday. So it was a very strange time, but it was the clinic was really busy, and so it was the the first law they had available. That was Friday. May Fifteenth a full month after he started showing symptoms a few days later, but he finally got test that revealed. He was positive. This was a huge deal. Buddy was the first dog in the US known to have the virus and the USDA announced the news in a press release on June second. Buddy wasn't named in that press release. The government only identified his breed. In fact, we only know the details of his story because of Natasha's reporting. The USDA said in. June, that quote the dog is expected to make a full recovery. But Buddy didn't get better. He got more and more sick in June. It. All came to a head one weekend in July. And a warning that the details coming up are pretty tough to hear. So Allison. Came downstairs the morning of July eleventh and found buddy in the kitchen in a pool of modeled flood He was throwing up blood. It was coming from his nose. It was just horrific and devastating for the family, and at that point, they brought him into the vet and the decision was made to euthanize him which was obviously really really difficult on top of two and a half months of stress and confusion that the family had already been through thirteen dogs and eleven cats have tested positive in the US for cove nineteen according to public. Records and while those numbers sound small, they raise big questions about how virus can affect people and their pets. Today's episode. Natasha. Daily on why. Some of those questions are still so hard to answer. Allison Mooney said to me that you tell someone that your dog tested positive for Cova. Did they'd look at you like you had ten heads. You know there's no rubric for navigating covert in your pet. I'm Emily Quang and you're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. First off the current CDC guidance that there is no evidence that pets can transmit the coronavirus to humans, and that's partially why testing for animals isn't more widespread. We do need to say to that test for animals are different than the test used to detect the virus in humans. All animal tests are processed in different labs are processed in veterinary labs. Not, there's no overlap between human testing and animal testing. So. While some of the mechanics of the tests may be the same. It's not at all taking resources away from humans. But because a covid positive animal isn't seen as a danger to humans, there's been very little scientific study of how the virus can affect those pets or even how it can interact with other diseases are pets may have. That's where we're going to pick up buddy story with an Tasha daily. Yes. So new blood work was taken on July tenth the day before a buddy died, and it was on July eleventh when the Mahoney's brought buddy in. To essentially be euthanized that they found the results of that blood work on and the blood work indicated that he very very likely had lymphoma, which is kind of cancer, right? Yes. Lymphoma is a type of cancer So I I asked a couple of veterinarians who were not involved in buddies case at all to review his full records and they said that, yes, every single one of the symptoms he had could be explained by lymphoma, you know A. A big open question is deity SARS Yovany to present clinically in buddies body, and what that means is did the virus cause any symptoms? For example, the trouble breathing was, and so I think it's it's tough and we'll never have an answer to this was every single. One of his symptoms are the lymph, Oma? Or was some of it, the COVID and the breakdown of fat isn't something that we have an answer to, and you also pose the question. Will. We won't know whether the cancer made them more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus exactly, and that's sort of a big takeaway from his case You know our dogs or cats with underlying conditions like cancer as it turns out. More likely to contract the virus because we know humans are humans It's thought that humans that have suppressed immune systems maybe more likely to contract the virus, but not only that maybe the virus may be more likely to present in ways that are more significant in their bodies if if they're already immuno-compromised. So the same question remains for animals and we just have so little data to investigate it.

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