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Fresh update on "tasha" discussed on Sean Hannity
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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
"tasha" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep
"Hello and welcome to lights. Camera upkeep the podcast about filmmaking pop culture and anything else you want to throw into the mix. I'm corbin and as always i'm joined by will charisma trek for me. I i actually don't have a de twenty in front of me so i'm gonna roll A bunch of sixes don't failed. It's fine your your natural charisma bonus even with a net one year own ho that is insanely complementary but unfortunately you actually do fail at the net one. We've always wanted but unfortunately you still fail unless you didn't get one you got to get it to. I don't know. I l d sixes is such an arbitrary thing that a to that one just because the one is the natural failure you no matter what fail but that one different with a rogue a one is really the only thing that reliable talent ignore. That ray. There is actually. We're going to get into it. 'cause there's there's there's subclass in what we're talking about today. That kind of approaches the whole natural one thing and sidekicks which is completely unrelated to something. I really like but we'll get we'll get to sidekick. Psychics are cool psychics. Near the end you can be batman and robin or a dog with an eye patch. Which is much better than robin. Yeah don't tell robin raw. The eagles are always robin. Gets home one day and there's just a dog with patchy like oh i see i understand. I'm being replaced. It was a good run so cool today. We are reviewing talking about enjoying tasha's cauldron of everything the latest source book for and dragons. We are way past the release of this but We really wanted a good chance to like pour through the book even though familiar with it use some of the builds And i think we had the chance for that so We're just gonna go through the singer and gave you guys are thoughts. I have heard other brief reviews of it I will tell you that. The only big complaint. I've heard about the book i don't think is that relevant. I have complaints about the book. Of course. But we'll get into those points to but i don't think during that important bl- you want to start with a new race origin options the new race and origin. Our well they're meant for more flexibility Basically where you can alter.
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.
"tasha" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"You know there's not an audience here. And i remember praying about it and saying you know. We worship leaders leaders in general. We always say. I'm doing this for an audience of and here. I had the opportunity to literally do it for an audience of one. It was one of the most beautiful just so rich. One of the most rich experiences i've ever had in the presence of god and to think we did full production. I mean we had banned singers. Everything i wanted to do it in a major way for an audience of one of the things. I don't think you'll ever forget that moment. Not at all. And just think how please god was to think you know. She says this is her heart on no air. I know her heart. But i also get hurt. I get to see her do what she says she believes. Well i'm imagined god's perspective of watching you give him the glory he deserves. Yeah i mean it. I great tears to yeah and again. I think that's why god continues to say you know what i favor. People who have my glory as their main intent. My favor falls on people who prioritize me. Well and i don't understand it but i do believe it you know. I can't quite figure out how god determines in what he sees and knows about us. You know in our intent not in our actions in our intent. And that's what he says he's judging you know. Man looks at outward appearance but god is staring at our hearts. he's looking directly at our intent. And i believe that you know even in this case it was a it was a practice for you to say. My heart's intent is to bring glory to your name. And now i get to live that out in this setting right right beautiful so beautiful you keep talking about favor one of my one of my mentors and in our leader. Whose name is darius daniels. And i know many of us have heard of him and the other night he was kind of sharing with us and he said something quoted. Something that i'm just gonna take with me for life. He said favor is not what god gives us to accomplish. Our wishes is what guy gives us to accomplish his wheel. That is just so powerful. Always so powerful when he's he's accommodating so much of our desire yeah. It says that he wants to give us our hearts desires. His glory is uncompromised uncompromising compromise his glory to give us our desires yep his glory yeah he knows his glory needs to be our main desire and so he's gracing us with the idea that yes put your heart before me. Tell me what you want in life to express your vision in prayers for your life but to the degree that it coincides with my glorious to the degree that i unleash my favor exactly. Yeah so that's where it all comes in and it's just powerful to watch it happen especially in your life talk for a second tasha about we talk it as groove girls around here a lot about life that flourishes how to live as oak trees planted by the stream where we are in community with each other growing up to be strong growing long limbs that provide incredible shade for people who are in such desperate need of cool air. Well and how. How do you feel like in this season. And maybe even speak to the season. That's coming for you. Maybe the vision that you can see god leading you to. How do you feel like you're establishing that flourishing life as as you were speaking to things came to mind that is pouring into others and receiving from those who from whom you glean believe in order to flourish. You have to continue to study to show yourself approved and i and i don't say i'm not saying that just for scripture yes. We study scripture. Yes we read a lot of books. But i also studied people allow people to pour into me and then i and then i empty myself out into others. I have mentors all over all around the world. I'm constantly pouring into them. Those things that i've learned over the years. You know when i you were talking about covering and being becoming shadow and that's what i think. I think ham call to cover this next generation. They are when you think of i have. I have god children who could play any instrument in the world. It's like they pick it up in this generation is one of the most gifted my god they i mean they can do. In speaking in in academics. They are just they can excel. I think one of the places that's missing. The most is that place of process they have to go through process. And so one of the things that i pour into my mentese's and those that i'm able to just encourage pour into is that hey though seasons where you feel like oh. This is too hard for me. Those are the seasons that are making you stronger. They're preparing you for what's to come in life and we can't just skip over those you know for even for twenty twenty. We talk about the year. Twenty two million. Everybody's like just throw it away. Throw it away One of my mentors told me the other day she said. God doesn't have a throwaway year right doing something even in this year. You know you know all things work together for the for them who love the lawyer so some god is doing. He's doing something with twenty twenty and we can't just miss that moment and say man. Twenty twenty was too hard. And god's saying no. But i want you to see this. We talked about twenty twenty vision. And he you know he laid it out like hey. This is what i want you to see. This is an airing your life that i need to correct in order for me to put favor on your life in that area but i think we've been so caught up in saying all twenty twenty was terrible. It's hard yeah right it. He doesn't have a throwaway years. I think pouring and receiving you know i. i believe. That's that's a place when you become someone who who's open to receive in someone who's transparent enough to poor then you thrive flourish. Yeah i always think about the idea. That god doesn't give it to us but he wants to give it through us and if we just become reservoirs for holding the things of god we're just he just pours an pours in and then we just it's stale water because it just stays. Yeah i feel like that. God like wait a second. I didn't give that to you just for you. I gave it to you for the nation's yeah. Yeah i gave through you. What i was giving to a lot of people in instead of passing it through you. Just start it up for you sorted and it feels like that. Just doesn't release the power of god. And when i watched she lied not just on a stage in worship but in life. Yeah i can see that. The things of god aren't coming just to you that they're coming through you all this. It's such a it's so powerful. Tasha it so it doesn't ever feel like i'm looking at you going. These are the things tasha thinks. These are the way tasha. This is what tasha would like to say. It feels like you're a carrier of some way greater than yourself and that you're just simply a pass through for the things of god to come to his people and i love watching you minister in that way..
"tasha" Discussed on The Grove Podcast
"Louis and shelly gig. Leo and actually recorded her album heart. Passion pursuit live here at passion. City church tasha and her husband. Kenny helped found the purpose place. Church in spartanburg south carolina and today shelley has an incredibly encouraging and life greeting conversation with her as they talk about life in the spotlight pouring into others and how to leverage ministry on and off the stage. So here is shelly. Gig leo with tasha cobbs leonard. Hi tasha i are you. I'm literally so thrilled to be talking to you. How are you today. i'm doing really well good to to you today thank you. It's my greatest joy always to talk to. You brings such joy to my life. So thank you for saying yes absolutely and thank you for friendship. Tell me what's going on today. Where are you are you at home. yes we're home. kimmy is right here. Recording me kenny. I just was thinking this morning as we were preparing to talk about how much activity we've gotten to have in life just sporadically along the way. But i was thinking about the moment in particular where you were standing on our stage at passion city recording and literally i started reliving the powerful moments that we stood in together and i got tears in my eyes i just kept saying to god over and over. Thank you god. Well i cannot believe we got to do this together. So well how special is gone. You know what. I started thinking back through those moments as you were just speaking Just for one to be able to do ministry and to inspire people to spread. The gospel of jesus christ is phenomenal. I mean wrestling honor. Yes yes such a privilege yes but to do it alongside people that you love people that you share life with you know outside of that those stage moments. We have the opportunity to have a friendship. You know where we when we come together. The bible talks about when the chair been faced one another. That's where the mercy seat is created. And i think we face one another those moments on the platform you know so to have opportunities to share together and then come together and worship is just you know i can't explain it. It's awesome well. It's the way. God intended it but i think sometimes even with ministry i'm instead of bringing us together at pulls us apart. You know the schedule pulls us apart the the Even our commitment sometimes feels like it can be so isolating And i think one of the greatest privileges as when you see. That's not god's intent at all so true. God's intent for us to stand in moments together in the unity of that as where the beauty unfold and we're meant to share it and sometimes i think the very thing that we feel called to do like the thing that separates us and it's hard for me to fathom how we've kinda gotten it to that point but i think when we have moments like we share together we can feel the camaraderie and the spiritual growth shared in space. That was intended to be that way from the very beginning. That is so strong. It's so true I think a lot of times. We don't well up until now we. We didn't take the time to stop with. Our lives were so cluttered that we didn't stop to think about shared these moments with other people. And and i mean even a little more intimate with our our families you know sometimes ministry a lotta times. You've pk growing up. And so though my parents they are very intentional about family time. Sometimes it's so easy to get caught up in the clutter of ministry letter of work That you forget. Hey let's just hang out with the kids. let's go outside. I saw you the other day on your instagram. You guys were outside fiasco just playing games. And sometimes we forget about those moments that they are just as important as the moment standing up leading setting up teaching those family. Moments are just as important. And god's given us a stewardship. You kenny do that well you have. You know that your stewardship is is as much if not more to your family than it is to. Every other person in the world absolutely. And that's a priority that god has set into motion for our lives and the overflow is where everyone else gets touched so true. It's so good. And when invert that or or i guess message up which we have a tendency to do. I know i do all speak for me. Yeah then god. I think god has to withdraw some of the favor that he's intended for our lives. Because it's like you're not really stewarding when i gave you a steward you're too interested in trying to get a platform so that you can produce something out to the rest of the world and i feel like with you and kenny that i can feel your priorities all that so awesome and what it does it gives it power so true and even with one another and in the marital relationship we call it. The ministry of marriage Just a few weeks ago we were. We took a vacation. Prado is thinking. Hey we gotta get away. If it's just a week you know so. We can look each other in the face. You know talk communicate you know have those conversations that we need is so necessary for minister even in pastoral leadership or any form of leadership. You have to make sure that your house is in order before you lead others so i. I totally agree. I think this is something that everyone who hears needs to take a moment. And just say how. Been to my family you know. What's my position there right. What's my priority checklists looking.
ABC Sets Premiere Dates For ‘The Bachelor’, ‘American Idol’, ‘To Tell The Truth’ & New Game Shows
"ABC has set the premiere dates for some of it shows. Here's the list. The Bachelor will be back on January, 4th. With American Idol following a few weeks later on Valentine's Day, February 14th, the popular game show to tell the truth returns January 26th and the brand new game show. The Hustler hosted by Craig Ferguson will debut on January 7th. Season. 16 of the Bachelorette restarts tonight on ABC. Tasha Adams takes over after bachelorette Claire Crawley found love with Dale Moss in the first three episodes got engaged in left Kind of made me nervous that you know the guys. Already dating Claire and will they be accepting of me and There's some things that I was worried about. But I definitely got clarity on Adams had appeared on season 23 of the Bachelor and later on bachelor in Paradise Winds. News
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
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
"tasha" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"I'm taking. I do. You. Guys you guys need me more. Better. Computers to hack into the subway of. Put more. Put more sugar. We'll make. What do you have? Derek So. What I have found. Pretty. Cool. But also very scary since we're on black MIRATEC AMAZON has a flying indoor security drone. That they are getting ready to sell and that just screams. For. ME. Minority report a I love Ron. Wyden because we're living in now. What is developing the future crimes? Is One of my favorite movies and it's so crazy that I remember. Seeing that. Science fiction and crazy but it's we're moving very very close to a life said, this is an indoor securities. On Indoor security owns. The ring. Ring security drone that will fly around your house for security purposes while you're not home and it will keep an eye on the entire property and then they'll. Then fly around and stuff that that seems You know a little bit of overkill, but it also seems not very fun like you remember a couple of years ago I remember this I think we I think years ago I am almost certain that years ago when we were at the office that was in the old bank building I, think we bought one. Of these and it was one of those balloons that are shaped like a shark right? It has a helium and it has a little motor where you can do the tail and you can control it. You know and it looks like a shark swimming through your house. It'd be way more fun if you just put a couple of those that voice out sharks. They're hilarious and it's not like. It's not as terrifying having to draw like if I'm a burglar right and I'm at the house peeping in and a big blimps shark comes fly Goten by I'm I'm getting a good laugh and be like, okay I'm Outta here messy. Yeah. That seems like categories like home alone level right there like happy more afraid to break into the House that I feel like a child has booby trapped drone sharks are blimp sharks that I would with some Weirdo with a with an indoor Amazon trout. There is there's a kid weight behind that doggy door with a BB gun. Face with an iron hiding in the seal it. My only thing is like people already. Are Skeptical of of cameras getting hacks, people a Lotta. Times. They'll put like electrical over there their. Camera on their laptop and things like that. If somebody hacked into your ring and count yeah you're asleep done and. You wake up and that drone is just over you lying around asks you the cameras. Like yeah. I'm good I'll pass on that one guys' as. They say when this is coming out, I saw it happier next year. There you go. I'm I'm a pass and early adopter tech stuff. So now for you guys and then you can. Just watch me whenever you want you can. Yeah Yeah This'll.
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.
"tasha" Discussed on Toure Show
"May have obstacles it doesn't mean I'm going to quit and it doesn't mean I'm going to stop and it doesn't mean I'm going to become a victim to the circumstances of life that have been placed around me of anything. It's GonNa make me fight harder. It's GonNa make me empower more people to be confident to have faith you know to be inspired and encouraged about the reason they believed that place them. In this world, we're black and we ain't GonNa Change and guess what? It's the reason why I'm courageous. Tasha Smith is a veteran actor who's been in a million things. You may remember her as cookies sister on empire she came up on the street. And she still has that fire and the energy insider from those people who took care of her when she was young. Now after all these years she's acting and directing and teaching acting and her thoughts on the craft. Really Fascinating really interesting to listen to her talk about how to act. For more of this episode, you're going to go to patriotdepot dot com slash Toray show supporters over there. You'll get this full episode plus our Friday on exclusives for now let's go. It's Tasha Smith on Tori show. We mainly. No you as an actor. What do you love about acting? Why do you act? Why do I act I? I feel like one is like it's part of what I'm supposed to do in my contribution to the world you know of storytelling as a black woman and it was it was always a dream for me is as long as I could remember of wanting to do that and wanting to Utilize my instrument to tell stories. You know what I mean. and. Then I pursued that when I was about. When I was I was when I was eighteen I moved to California lights to where we pursue the dream but even prior to that I try to get opportunities to do that it was just this burning dream and desire in my soul. You know I thought it was part of my purpose I. thought it was just part again of my contribution to. Creative storytelling you know and I don't know how else to say I mean I. Wish I had this like. Dynamic res. It's part of, I guess my makeup and the god-given Jr Passion and desire that I had in my heart you know from from as long as I can remember, you make it sound like this was always the dream and the only dream is that is that the way it is yeah it was always the drain and you know my grandfather had he was an actor he he wasn't like a famous actor. He was a He did a lot of like like horror and he did like stand in work and even though grant granddad was like like playing an extra on a show called taxi, just walk ask the camera as a little girl in Camden Jersey and I was. Like wow. GRANDAD's on TV you know what? I mean and it was like I could do that and so I spent like my us begging my twin sister. To do scenes with me, you know what I mean like. We would improv scenes than I will be like singer your Diana Ross. Ross. Your shock collar. You know I'm such as yours and less like act out this moment you know what I mean. You know it was just yeah I remember taxi I mean it was a little over my head but it was one of the big shows of its time that's where Danny de Vito got his start right I mean in the seventies, it may be hard to realize is in the seventies being on television even for a moment was rare. Now everybody can get on television even for a moment for reality shows something but so that to see, I could see how like the see your grandfather on there for a second would like break something like Oh real people can get on there. It's not just people far away really that's that's interesting Can you talk about the first time that you did it and you felt it like, Oh, this is for me. because. It wasn't the first time I did. I remember trying to audition for something theater company in Philadelphia. Called the Freedom Theatre and ice sucked and I was traumatized and I would I know? I had drug dealer friends help run lines with me. You know what I mean. Yeah And I like ran. To philly got to Philly and I went in there for my audition and when I saw all those people I just froze. You know at froze I was like I was so afraid and I felt so insecure and indecisive about about what I wanted to communicate. You know what I mean and it was a very liked traumatizing experience for me But when I did it and I felt like. This is for me. I would probably say it was when I worked with Robert Townsend on his show called towns in television. You know a lot of people don't know this but before I, got like my big job on NBC with the show called Boston Common I had gotten a job with with a Robert Towne stint on this variety show he was doing call Townsend Television and he wrote is this part about a young mom with two kids and it was called Mama Tasha in and and you know the little girl had my name and I remember Eileen night at the time was the casting director and I remember auditioning and Robert he understood How to pull out the emotional energy that I had. You know that I would hide because I started off doing stand up comedy but I would kind of put the comedy was my persona in a sense..
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
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.
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.
A Democracy at Risk
"Welcome to the this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a PC perspective I Medina wholesome and I'm. And today we have to Itt all-stars, call you their homes in quarantine. Yes. Yes. From Winston Salem North Carolina is Tina Vazquez but she's a senior reporter with prism and a twenty twenty I to be wells fellow with type investigations. Welcome back. Tina. High for happy ache and joining us from Atlanta Georgia is the fabulous Russia. Brown Co founder of black voters matter what's up? I'm so happy to be back. All is well and we're so. We're so happy to have you back to. so it's been. Intense that's kind of. An understatement in China. Living here has been intense in this country from the pandemic to racist police violence I mean even this Sunday, there was a five point one earthquake in North Carolina where you Live apparently the largest and over a century. Right. Here in Harlem trees fell down last week because of the storm. So this is just a very first question to ask you how you doing. So Tino, we're going to start with you how you feeling I am tired all the time like I can't complain really too much everything is. Fine but I'm very tired. Okay. Yeah. Short and sweet the TASHA. Who would be a podcast in itself I told you I. Felt. New podcast. How feeling? Is. What. I am I'm having actually every human emotion you can have, and I'm having an all at the same downtime. I'm angry, sad, scared frustrated hopeful fired up every motion human emotion. You can have I'm having and this moment of few weeks ago I myself actually tested positive for covert Nineteen Latasha. It. was the most nerve wrecking name Sweetie. It so I'm here for you sweetie. Oh you understand. Thank you so much and I'm so glad that you are will I had a mild case of but I think more than anything. It's the worry because you don't know how it's going to respond to Matty and then I'm worried about people being around me and being around my family. So I am just petitioning for a twenty two over I was just like a lot of talk to about this. Talk to the manager I need to recite twenty. She's a woman by the way. Exactly I know. So listen. I know first of all, thank you for sharing that. Latasha and. My heart goes out to you for anyone has to go through that especially in this time but we do want to discuss the twenty twenty election. It's less than eighty five days away. As if we're not on edge enough this year and honestly I'm going to come in as the Puerto Rican reporter. I have news to share with everyone in the world. What are we just had a primary election on Sunday complete Shicho. Alison show up two pressings. There's calls of. Delaying. It and moving into next Sunday and it's just it is complete. Chaos down in my home island colony, and I'm very worried now that this is just a prelude to what's going to happen in the united. States on election day November but we want to talk about the power of voters of color and the issues of voting rights. The backdrop of this election season is the coronavirus pandemic. There are now five million confirmed covid nineteen cases in this country, and the number of those infected has doubled since the end of June and then we still have to mention. Joe Biden's comments last. Thursday during a joint. National Association of Black Journalists and a BJ and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists which was an h j of what he said. What you all know. But most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. This completely overlooks sees issues of race identity ideology, intersectional communities, I honestly think that this kind of statement, the trump campaign's like bring it on because it's just GonNa be used to divide and conquer Democratic voters.
75 years after Hiroshima, they're still feeling its impact.
"This bomb has this frank for twenty thousand tons of TNT. Harnessing, the basic power of the universe. What I fifteen I am on August six, nine, hundred, forty, five, the US Air Force dropped the little boy uranium fission bomb on central hero. Shema. Making it the first city ever to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb. On August nine Nagy became the second when the bomb exploded around thirty percent of Hiroshima's population that were killed instantly many more died in the months and years to come. Now, the bombs brought to an end to world war two but the wool was horrified at the human cost. Russia has since become a byword for nuclear holocaust forever linked to the words never again. Now, this week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki joining me to reflect on the legacy of those events. Tashi. Tauch. She is assistant professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and the author of political fallout, nuclear weapons testing, and the making of Global Environmental Crosses. Welcome. Tasha. Thanks for having me and Michael Gordon Professor of history at Princeton University and Co. it is a of a new book called the age of Russia. Welcome. Welcome. It's very good to be here. Now, Michael the fear of the nuclear age is the period after World War Two when the US dropped the bomb. The fee was that the nuclear weapons would become a common part of conventional warfare but in the seventy five years since he Russia and Nagasaki, there's not been a single bomb dropped in a conflict. Question is this because deterrence works or have we just been lucky I would say we've mostly been lucky It's quite rare that there are conflicts between nuclear-armed nations. The major example is the nineteen sixty, nine border conflict between the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union. So there haven't been many occasions for things to escalate, and there's a strong incentive in those cases to de-escalate. There have however been very close near accidents whether missile just that needing on its own or people launching almost launching in fear of an attack and there. Have Been Plenty of conventional wars that could have escalated that way. So by and large, we've been lucky but we've been abetted by the fact that there has been an ambient taboo that has grown over the years against nuclear first use although that is rarely the policy of any nuclear power. Okay. Now from an Australian perspective, Tic- Japan was seen as an aggressor in the war, the war crimes but also as a victim because of the destruction wrought by the nuclear bombs have is the wool remit in Japan now aggressor and victim. Tarshi. Many pass through consider themselves as victims thinking that Japanese were misled by the government inter- Disastrous Wall Conquest. In this view here stands at the as the ultimate symbol of Japanese victim. But today is victim narrative faces two competing accounts. One is to recognize Japan's acts of wartime aggression, including tweeting massacres, forced labor, and sexual violence. If we see hero Shimmer from this perspective, it takes on a whole different meaning not. Not as a national tragedy, but rather as international event. killed not only the Japanese residents but also many colonial subjects and allied. POW's who are present in the city at the time of the Tom Bombing. The other interpretation that has also gained for Japan is to see the wartime conduct Japan as an act of self defense. This This lesion is narrative recaps here. As the ultimate proof of Western aggression. So fitting the predation of Japan's Joel Roles as. Aggressor and victim during the war will gain the upper hand in the future will depend on how sweet society around the world comes together and develops a shared understanding of the complex legacies or Corna reason on the war in the Asia Pacific region and back to the United States markle. There's a popular conception that Washington had to drop the bomb that it was the only way. To win the war, of course, the war in Europe come to an end in May of forty five. This is early August two, forty five is that true I mean what? What President Truman's options? So. This is a great question and it's one with a lot of confusion around it. Functionally. The only way the only government that had any power to end the war was the Japanese government which was in a position to surrender and the question was when would that happen would have happened later or earlier by summer nineteen, forty, five, it was already clear that the war was militarily lost. President Truman and the US government in general had basically fixed options of what they could do to try and encourage the Japanese government to take that move. There's only two that people usually talk about dropping the atomic bomb or invading the home islands of Japan. Both of those were on the table also having the Soviet Union inducing them to enter the wars of belligerent which happened on August eighth increasing the intensity of firebombing tightening the blockade of foodstuffs into the home islands. and modifying the terms of unconditional surrender to allow Japan to keep the emperor. The interesting thing is all six of those happen Truman pursued all sex and the war ended. It's unclear which ones were determinative. But the point is there wasn't like we had one option or nothing else. The US had plenty of options and exercised actually all of them. On the one level target for the bombs was obviously Japan on another level. Real target was the Soviet Union. How did the Kremlin of you? He Russia Mirror Negga? Second Markle. So. Really, the question here is a small set of people within the Kremlin stolen and his closest advisers and you that there was an atomic bomb project going on in the United States for years they've found that out from spies from Britain from spies in the United States, and they had their own uranium enrichment and bomb development program that was going on at I would say a medium scale What happens after the destruction of Hiroshima is I in absented himself for a few days he went into a depression and didn't. React to any of his advisors and then immediately massively escalated the Soviet development of their own atomic bomb. So they were both caught by surprise and not caught by surprise. It's true that the Americans didn't always think about the Soviet Union as a factor in any decision related to how the war was going to end but they also very strongly, we understood that the key issue was trying to get this the Japanese government to surrender faster because the faster they surrendered the less impact. The Soviet entry in the war would have to how the end game would play out in Asia, my guest, Michael Gordon, and Tashi Hitachi, and we're reflecting on the seventy fifth anniversary of Hiroshima. Tashi. One, hundred fifty thousand atomic bomb survivors still living in Japan. In fact, as a guest of Japan's Ministry of Foreign. Affairs this would have been in September twenty, sixteen I met one of one of the survivors now they're all in education and public law has plied an important part in shaping Japan's post-war Pacifism. Now, as generation dies out, is the role of pessimism in Japanese politics is that diminishing especially in the face of Rausing China Toshi? I don't think the passing of the atomic bomb survivors will diminish the strengths of pacifism in any short-term. The correctly memory of human magazine Japan has been fairly robust and the taken deep roots in popular culture. I can think of a good example that is Japanese animated wartime drama film released just four years ago in two thousand, sixteen cold in this corner of the world. This picture accounts of the wartime life in here she was a smash hit in the box office. Be, atomic bomb survivors will also active in passing down lessons from the world's first nuclear war to the next generation. The city's over here streaming nagy training. Many Japanese Ron Tears as storytellers who share the testimonies are waging victims and a second generation survivors are spearheading efforts for peace unjustice. Well, that brings me to today and really in the last that he is the end of the call was thirty years ago the US. And the Soviets on Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty non stop this was President Bush senior and Gorbachev in Russia in the inside at Union. Then just as it was collapsing now, both agree to significantly reduce their nuclear stockpiles and of course, the updated treaty between Moscow and Washington that expose I. Think it's February Knicks Jeez. So that's just a few days after the next president is warning Michael Do you think it will be resigned. I think that's entirely dependent on the results of the election. Joe. Biden has indicated that he would refine the treaty The trump administration has had many opportunities to re-sign the treaty, but they have not taken advantage of those opportunities yet. Russia's indicated that they're very interested in extending
Tayshia Adams Is The Bachelorette!
"Is less the Bachelorette than benefits this last will week. have a black And female some folks lead just for received the second checks time in below the show's history. $235 It's been confirmed that to live on for Tasha the entire week. Adams House will finally Democrats get the are chance demanding to find that the love. extra $6 After a week appearing be paid by on the Colton federal government, Underwood's season and that remains and in place bachelor through in Paradise January because they 2021. are after love after But all, Senate Republicans, yeah, Adams the members of the Trump is following administration, in the footsteps say the extra of six Rachel hundreds Lindsey, of kin to paying who is Americans the franchise not is tow first work, ever given black the 2/3 lead in of 2003 Americans have actually received Move comes more on the money heels and unemployment of the reality benefits. shows decision Then they to make did Matt from their James, former jobs, the first black bachelor Intermittent Romney. for the upcoming His proposal season. calls for I
Native youth talk about struggles of mental health issues during COVID-19
"This is national native news I'm Antonia Gonzalez native. Youth are warning US lawmakers in the midst of the COVID, nineteen pandemic Indian country is struggling to combat mental health issues, which can lead to suicide correspondent. Matt Laszlo has a story from Washington suicide rates in substance. Abuse problems in Indian country are always alarmingly high, but officials fear big spikes during the pandemic. That's in part because these summer months are usually marked by important native social events like powwows or canoeing few friends just to name a few. But most social gatherings are now canceled. The TASHA Gonzalez of California's Bishop Pie tribe is with the unity mission. Feels like. Has Been. Under all this in many younger travel members are confused especially, because many tribal communities haven't seen any coronavirus cases yet, Margot Vonda as a youth leader with twenty, five, hundred, twenty five. So it's been really tough time for them to grass that sort of new reality of staying home to keep safe from a threat that they can't see. Cutty Miller's CO president of the National Unity, council, he's a member of Washington State Swish Indian travel community, which he describes as a small tribe in a small town or their stigma, already surrounding people seeking mental health services. Part of it I think would just be like education. Everybody advocating that you don't have to go. You don't have a problem to go to the counselor. That's Miller and the others are asking Congress to increase mental health funding in the next corona virus stimulus package. For National Native News on that Laszlo in Washington the Executive Director of the National Council of Urban. Indian health says urban Indian centers have been hit hard and have many unmet needs to address Cova Nineteen Francis Curvier recently told the U. S. Commission. On Civil Rights, the federal government is failing in its obligations to native people living in urban areas despite the government's failures are facilities have done everything they can to keep their doors open for the patients who rely on them with or without the pandemic. She says urban Indian organisations were recognized by Congress in the nineteen seventies to assist with healthcare needs of native people living off reservations and native people who lack insurance often rely on. Others crea says many centers have not been able to keep up with the pandemic loading tests, equipment and other resources and funding, and does calling on the federal government to uphold its obligations. Leaders of the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw nation say more dialogue as needed on potential impacts of the mcgurk case, the US Supreme Court recently ruled. Congress never disestablished the Muskogee creek reservation, affirming reservation boundaries, which has led to tribal state and federal jurisdiction questions in a joint statement Monday. The tribes committed to more discussions with stakeholders and the public. The leader say the path forward requires collaboration. Collaboration with the Cherokee chickasaw choctaw seminal and Muskogee Creek nations. The statement follows proposal from Oklahoma's attorney general last week involving jurisdiction in a video message to tribal citizens, Cherokee, nation, principal chief, Chuck Hoskin Junior, said he spent the day listening to citizens and leaders, none of the leaders of the five tribes support eroding sovereignty or turning back the recognition of our reservations achieved through mcgirt. This isn't a stork ruling for Indian. Country and we would never ever undermine this monumental decision. On those points, we all agree leaders at the seminal Muskogee Creek. Nations were quick to disapprove of the state's proposal Friday and called for meaningful government government discussions. I'm Antonio
The Muswell Hill Murderer (Part 3)
"With the Dennis Neilson committed to stand trial for the mode of six men and the attempted murder of two out this the public and press questioned how he could have gotten away with the. Crohn's facade along the reality was that most of Nelson's victims was social outcasts without solid family structures so dot dresses many associated with drug users and sex workers who were unlikely to approach the police making it easy for their disappearances to go unnoticed. In fact of the fifteen men Nielsen claimed to have murdered only three billy sutherland. Kenneth Elkin condensed and Steven himes wherever confirmed to have been reported missing. The Guardian newspaper reported that Nielsen insulated himself from detection by choosing victims. Who were quite young s Dan in debt homosexuals and surmised? The reason why nobody knew that Nielsen was killing. Was that nobody accepted Nielsen. Knew that any killings were going on. The article also highlighted how the banality of Nielsen's Public Persona Claw. T's true character quite. Nobody knew or even suspected because Nielsen not only possessed Dole. The trappings of a thoroughly normal suburban life. He was positively dreary delay star catching man in the crowd. It was not only. He's neighbors that saw him without noticing him. Most of those who worked with him or drank with him board by him as for the attempted murders. This evolve as were luckily hesitant to follow through with police reports due to feed. They wouldn't be taken seriously. On account of Bain Gay. The attacks were rule size so bizarre and inexplicable that the survivors themselves could barely comprehend what had happened. The Guardian reported that Nelson himself expressed disbelief. At how long he's crimes went undetected stating on was in a quasi god-like rall author could do anything wanted while this was going on there. What people upstairs and people next door and nobody knew as Nelson's trial date approached. The prosecution continued investigating and were able to identify several more victims. When examining the skull of one unidentified victim forensic investigators discovered. There was a metal plate in the jewel using dental records. They determined that. The skull belonged to twenty-seven-year-old seven year old. Graham Allen discarded heroin addict to Nelson had met in September nineteen ninety. Two after Graham had an argument with his girlfriend. Leslie Nielsen had taken Graham to his house. Well Hill Flat Coltie Momoa and then strangled him to death when he pasta midway through waiting the meal Nelson had previously told police about this murder but couldn't recall the victim's name referring to the incident simply as the Omelette death. But the Tom Graham was identified. It was too light to add a seventh most charge to Nilsson's dot men but the prosecution intended to use the details of Graham's murder as evidence at trial Japanese chef Tasha Mitsu Ozawa who escaped to Nelson's attempt to strangle him at the muzzle hill flat on New Year's Eve in nineteen eighty two was identified. When police fanned the initial report. He'd made against Nielsen Falling. The attack. Toshimitsu hadn't followed through with a formal complaint as he felt. It was too much work
"tasha" Discussed on The Big Ones
"I'll take it baby all. Sit a TASHA. Would you rather have your house robbed or your phone hacked? Oh that's scary in most situations. I think I'd actually rather have my phone heart because I'm really bad with technology surprisingly enough. I don't keep a lot of stuff on my phone. having somebody in my house and robbing it would be much more stereotype especially because you have all those fancy jewels again treasure chest so that makes sense scare someone coming into. Your House is a lot scarier I think. Okay so grace. Would you rather where dirty laundry for the rest of your life or brand new clothes with the price tags always exposed this while? Okay my dream. Superpower is to always have clean laundry right behind her you can. I know you seem to be in some sort of laundry room with also an extra fridge which is like. I'm very jealous of whatever situation you're living in. That's just the traditional. I'm just in like an apartment. It's about your kid. That's your kitchen of the apartment. Yeah it was like a whole kitchen I see okay and you got a nice a nice you got a nice washer and dryer. I would probably have clean clothes because he could probably just stick tags I feel like I've done that on accident before in people to tell you or something having to always wear dirty clothes but you can't the tags and they're exposed. I still feel like the clean. If you like. Were Tags out enough. You'd become just like us to it. And then people think you're cool because you didn't care and then it might become the trend statement. Yeah statement tag and then anytime anyone told you you go. Oh my gosh. I'm so embarrassed I just got this and then you just walk away bright. Amanda yes would you rather be a creature of the night or have to hibernate? Every three months long for three months hibernate every three months for three months. Where did it go nuts? You mean a creature of the night it means that you only come out at night and then your day. You'd sleep like vampire war. Would you have to hibernate every three months for like okay? I don't know how long you don't to hibernate. I I'm going to go with like a month. I guess hibernate because if I could only if I had to be a creature of the night I think that would I think that would affect my lifestyle more than just disappearing for a month every three months. And where do I hibernate at a SPA? I never said that I think in some sort of ditch somewhere in a cave but I go to bed right. I go to bed and then I come out totally transformed yet. Well you just come out and you're like Yawn and you're like oh I feel refreshed. Yes that sounds Nice. I'll do that. Yeah that does sound nice okay. Should we do one more one where we all answer? It asked me one waiting. Okay gets me Okay Maria. Would you rather have free coffee like coffee? Shop Coffee for the rest of your life or free. Netflix Hulu Prime Qube Apple subscriptions forever. Well I guess I'd have to just figure out what the monetary value of all. This is. Okay ahead well. I'M GONNA go with all of those. Subscriptions is probably what like altogether? It's probably like fifty dollars a month. Maybe is that fair And then with coffee. That's like five dollars a coffee a day for. I mean I'd go free. I go free coffee. I'd go free coffee. I think that's yeah. I think that's where I want to land on that. Yeah okay all right yeah. Let's do a final round. Everyone answers this question. And and it's GonNa be it's GonNa get crazy so we'll start with you TASHA. Would you rather be stuck with someone who talked nonstop or be stuck on an island all alone? Oh God this is such a reflection of my life rain. Geez I feel like I kind of had the both of the best of both worlds. My mom talks known still settling. I've lived before and right now. I live alone at Noah so I would probably choose island with no one to talk to my also on an island with the talking is Blake Bali or is it like a crappy. I'm Ali it's again. There's no resorts or anything they're aiming it's nice looking but you know you are stuck there achieve. I think I'd go with the talking person just because then at least somewhat else with me. It's pretty boring to constantly be right this honestly. This question is making me anxious. Grace what do you think I was just thinking about because I am also quarantining alone so but I don't think I would want someone here those talking I'm fine just like calling on an island. You couldn't call people or paying and stuff but I'd probably rather be alone. Amanda I guess. I take the chatterbox. Because at least then I would have help building shelter and finding food and I think that would be I can. I've mentioned before I have the gifts to leave my body and hover above a nation. So I would just have to use that Maria I would. I think I would be the OH. I can't answer this. It's so hard I think I'd rather be with the person I think I'd get too lonely but man would that get annoying. But I just feel like I'd I'd rather be annoyed than be like a depressive lonely person with no one around And I think that's you know kind of where I matt. Thanks for your honesty. Yeah I thought it was important just list. We'll guys this has been so great. Thank you guys so much for being on our it's very sightings you put face guys. All right guys will. Thanks for being on an thanks. So much for listening to the area..
Lara Lee, author ‘Coconut & Sambal’, shares one of her favourite recipes
"My name is Laura Lee and I'm the author of coconut and SOM- ball which is an Indonesian cookbook and a collection of recipes. That belong to both my grandmother who was from team. Oh originally and also the many generous Indonesian locals that I met across the Capella Go. As I raise such this book I wanted to choose for you today. A recipe that I felt could Bryson even the dullest of meals as we all? Sit at home during lockdown. Thinking about what? We're going to Cook Nick so the recipe that I will teach you how to make a tomato. Samba and somehow is a chilly. Relish that Indonesians loved to aid in fact. They can't live without Samba and they eat a little bit of Psalm. Bal with every meal so this particular. Samba is very very simple to make. And you'll need a few ingredients. I would always recommend having a food process. That will blend on hand if you want to keep life easy for you when you make Your Samba. All but the most traditional way to do it is to use a lodge and Ula Kahn. Which is an Indonesian version of mortar and pestle but you can really use birth. Start to start with. You'll need twenty long red chillies. I like to keep the seeds in but you can deceit if you have a lower chilly tolerance. But I'm all about the heat's you'll need to garlic cloves about twenty grams of Jinja. That's about four centimeters shoe. Small Banana Chamot's or four TASHA lot if you can't find shallots during lockdown than you could also use roughly about a quarter of an onion. You could also use and eighty grams of cherry tomatoes or you could also use normal red tomatoes so if you place the chilies garlic. Ginger locked and tomatoes in a food processor you can blend them to a semi fine paste and you want to try to retain a little texture. If you want to go the traditional route then please do Ryan those ingredients in your mortar and pestle and start with the hottest ingredient first and then work your way up now to place a frying pan on a medium heat and add around about four tablespoons of a neutral oil such as sunflower oil. You want to add the pace to the pan and stirred around continuously for around about ten to fifteen minutes. I'd almost even suggest saying fifteen minutes is Betta just because you want the fragrance in Roy to release from those ingredients and you want to see the liquid from the tomatoes evaporate as the pace cooking wants the Sambas dockand in thicket consistency. You can now remove it from the heat and you want to seize the Psalm Ball with one teaspoon of tamarind paste Hafa teaspoon of palm sugar or brown sugar up and a little bit of sea salt and black death up now in lockdown. You might not be able to find cameron paced so a great substitute would be one teaspoon of lime or lemon juice mixed we have one teaspoon of Brown's show got you can also substitute the brown sugar palm sugar with normal sugar. It's a very forgiving recipe and do season with a little bit more. Tamarind and she'll get to taste as you see fit what you can eat ball with his anything and everything. I will dollop it onto pizza. Omelettes fried rice noodles. Anything GOES WITH SAMBA. And what is wonderful about? It is that it keeps in the fridge for a roundabout awake or you can freeze it for up to three months. So it's a really versatile condiment and it will transport your taste buds to
Raising money in a bear market, and what's happening with Peloton?
"Seen here the stock markets have gone from bad to worse. We're in correction territory. It's a bear market. Danny this is the end of the eleven year bull run. I think yeah you know since the two thousand eight global financial crisis which which saw the market crashed thirty forty fifty percent depending on metro looking at. We've had this massive Ron. One of the longest runs the postwar era eleven years of growth on the Nasdaq the Dow and across the economy and all that came to screeching halt in like a week with the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Averaging down I think right at the second about twenty eight percent from its peak just a couple of weeks ago we were just doing. Alex and I were writing a story about the last ninety days of Corona virus and Nikon News and with shock me was the Dow hit a peak on February twelfth Nasdaq's peak was February nineteenth. This is twenty two days ago. So we've now seen completely the Go the other direction so both hit correction territory by a week and a half ago that means it was down ten percent and then we hit the bear market which is twenty percent. Now we're entering. I don't even know what we see. I don't think we have an animal for for this but now we're down thirty percent. I guess we're a Unicorn death doing market Dung Beetle market their now trademark right there so so I mean what reversal in so quickly. And I I just was told by Chris our producer that Dung beetles do not carry Kovic nineteen so if you do have Dung Beetles on. You can feel free to keep them around So we're going to keep watching this story. We've actually covering the public markets more than we kind of like to we already. Private market focused publication. But we haven't been able to look away. Tasha even looking at a couple of different stocks inside the markets have been doing things I think zoom and Peleton have been on your radar. I'm kind of curious why. Peleton was kind of a joke yesterday and the New York. Times came out with the story today about people taking it more seriously at home fitness in general scientific spike. And I know personally I plan on starting to run. Quit my gym membership. So it's definitely happening overall. Though I think for a lot of people it was a moment where they're like. Hey even if even if we don't have a million cases or hundreds of cases of corona virus. We're listening now so I think it was only a pause for anyone and everyone was certainly a pause for me. I mean I I usually get about twenty thirty steps in every morning on my commute from my bedroom to my tech crunch work desk approximately fifteen feet away but I think that the shocking part is you know. Exercise Bikes have been around a long time. Peleton had this controversy run campaign over Christmas. Alex remind me. Ipo last year our call early twenty nine lead twenty in September of last year. That's how fast the news accelerated. Everything seems so far in the in the rear view mirror. And you're like that was two weeks ago. We were at the top but Peleton. It started really. Well it's declined and now the argument is like who's going to go to equinox when economics potentially could give you corona virus so huge increase remote classes are a new thing and that sort of zoom. But I want to talk about the scale of Peleton's reason declines because we've seen the markets where price a lot of companies lately Peleton's a great example of a company that had a return to form that has been obviated by the recent market movement. So if you go back to. December peleton spiked at like thirty dollars a share. It was up quite often peo- price as accessible run today. It's nineteen dollars and seventy cents a share and it's off nearly ten and a half percent as we record right now so you start. That people thought would do well is really doing the opposite of showing you that. No one's really safe in today's public markets. Everyone's GonNa hit travels getting hit volatility is up denny sashes. Even down in Cryptos are down. It's really kind of holistic bit of value destruction across every asset class that I track at
Which of These Four Attachment Styles Is Yours?
"Have you seen the show how I met your mother? It's about a bunch of flawed but lovable New Yorkers trying to find or hang onto love as they go through life challenges which ranged from silly to momentous. It's a funny feel good. And sometimes poignant said calm but what I like most about it is that it's a perfect showcase of human attachment styles if you don't know what attachment styles are or have an ever seen the show. Don't worry once you hear about the characters and how they personify each attachment style you'll be sure to recognize yourself or people. You know Ba. I what is attachment attachment is the bond we form with our first primary caregiver usually apparent. It's a universal human phenomenon thus starts as early as in the womb. And THE WAY WE'VE DEVELOPED. It eventually affects the way that we find keep an end relationships therefore major attachment styles that people form early in life and generally tend to keep into adulthood. These styles are one secure too. Dismissive avoidance three anxious preoccupied and for fearful avoidance also known as disorganized to figure out what style of attachment you tend to have their quizzes. You can take they ask you to agree or disagree with statements like I easily develop emotional ties to others. If a partner pushed me to establish a commitment I freak out inside or if I'm not in a relationship I am. Nobody you can see that. These items are probing the way we think of others and ourselves in the context of relationships and intimacy so wh- attachment style. Do you think you have well. Let's see if you most closely related to Ted Barney or someone else from how I met your mother in this first in a three part series on attachments. We'll let the beloved how I met your mother characters guide us through the four major attachment styles before I go on although how I met your mother came to an end in two thousand fourteen which I cannot believe is six years ago. It lives on digitally in case. You're in the middle of your first. How I met your mother marathon. I should warn you that this episode contains a few spoilers the show so let's walk through the four types of attachment and the characters that personified him so attachment style number securely attached and this is lily and Marshall Lily. And Marshall are the quintessential cute couple. They how quirky jokes. They have cute nicknames for Each Other which are lily pad and marshmallow. They finish each other's sentences but none of these cuteness overload explains why there's securely attached when a person has a secure attachment style. They feel confident in their relationship and their partner they feel connected trusting and comfortable with having independence and letting their partner have independence even as they openly express love. They reach out for support when they need it and offer support when their partner is distrust. And this is where Louis Marshall Really Excel. The relationship wasn't all puppies and rainbows for all nine seasons of how I met your mother. There were times when they broke up. Had family tragedies worried about building their own family and had awful fights house seemed to shake the very foundation of their future together but through it all. They fundamentally trusted. Each Other. Openly showed affection sometimes enough to make you gag. They told each other their thoughts and feelings even when it was difficult and they offer support when the other was sad and gave each other space when the other person needed it this type of attachment styles starts when early in life. A child feels that their parent is a secure base. So that even though they're happy to be with mom or dad they also feel confident enough to explore the world on their own. Kids grow up this way when their parents themselves are securely attached people and when they use an authoritative parenting style meaning they are involved and firm but also warm and allow independence given lily and Marshall's own security and they're loving style. I bet their kids will turn out to have very secure relationships of their own attachment style. Number two is dismissive avoidance. And here. We're going to talk about Barney Barney. Stinson may have been one of the most legendary Sitcom characters ever his whole life and career was a mystery and he certainly knew how to live life in the fast lane with his womanizing ways and through his romantic relationships we can see that he is the poster boy or at least on the surface. He is for the dismissive avoidance attachment style. People who have the dismissive avoid into attachment style tend to be very emotionally independent. Perhaps overly so they find it uncomfortable to get to mostly close to others or to fully trust them. In fact those around them may describe them as actively trying to avoid closeness. They seem to pride themselves on not needing emotional intimacy and when they're rejected or hurt. They tend to pull away. Although we see Barney with a lot of quote romantic relationships they tend to be mostly one ice stance. He even has a system for getting rid of women the morning after seducing them because he doesn't want to get to know them or spend any more time than necessary with them when we do get a glimpse of his vulnerability like the time. You finally get to know the father that he never knew growing up. He immediately leaves the room when he feels hurt. And then he tries to steal the men's basketball hoop which is not a very securely attached kind of way to solve problems. Barney's dismissive avoid an attachment style is quite understandable because the dismissive avoid an attachment style is associated with having had negligent or absent parents and generally having experienced rejection. Not only did Barney grow up without a father but his mother was also dismissive towards him even going as far as the casually light Barney that his father was Bob Barker from the prices rates and from flashbacks. We know that Barney was also rejected by his peers when he was a kid and his first serious girlfriend also brutally broke up with him but just because Barney ACCI. He doesn't need emotional closys most of the time. That doesn't mean he truly doesn't want intimacy and relationships. Research has shown that even people who are highly dismissive feel happier and better about themselves when they feel accepted or when they anticipate having good relationships with others and we do see the side of Barney shine through. He does end up cultivating forgiving attitude and relationship with his father and even shows his willingness to commit to romantic relationships by getting married. Even though that marriage ultimately ends we see him making efforts and potentially turning over a new vulnerable emotional leaf when his daughter is born. Now Talk About attachment style number. Three anxious preoccupied. And here we're GonNa talk about Ted. Have you met Ted? He's the lovable hero and narrator of the nine season how I met your mother. Saga there are many sweet and admiral will things about him but sometimes the way he handled. Romantic relationships was a bids cringe-worthy to say the least for example. He can't help. Say I love you within days of meeting someone? He made one girlfriend get rid of her dogs because they were inherited from previous boyfriends and he felt threatened by that for someone who has an interesting career in New York City and great friends. He seems to be totally consumed by his search for the one. He's always easily falling in love. Even an unhealthy situations not to mention that the entire nine seasons of the show built up to him major spoiler coming by the way asking his own kids for permission to date. A- LONG-TERM LOVE INTEREST. These are not just symptoms of being goofy awkward or a hopeless romantic. They actually pointed heads anxious preoccupied attachment style. People with the style tents crave emotional intimacy even when their partner is not yet ready or the situation doesn't call for it. They need a lot of approval responsiveness and reassurance from their partners. They can get anxious when they don't get it. It's not fun to have this Tasha's style. Often people like Ted field dependent on others for approval and doubt their own self worth. That's only reinforced. When the target of their clinginess never seems to be as interested.
Somali troops still vulnerable to al-Shabaab outside Mogadishu
"Twenty how should Bob is showing no signs of slowing its deadly fight against government forces in Somalia the crisis next door host Jason Brooks talks about the conflict with her room a roof journalists for voice of America and co author of the book inside Alicia Bob a room when we chatted last may the U. S. was ramping up airstrikes against al Shabab targets as part of its alliance with the Somali national army and the African Union coalition how big of an increase what is there in airstrikes compared to previous years and are they having any noticeable impact on degrading al Shabab capabilities well last year the United States carried out affect card number off at his tracks that gays Tasha about mother sees the atis tanks it never happened before at the United States have been targeting just like belief yes yeah it is last year the US about food store and level three shot is those who are bringing explosive peace into town is the operatives that are moving between that at Tom this in order to carry out attacks so that has been the main focus but the United States also Tackett did a Q. official at back in December I had the estates at us tax kidded one of their top two I live and within the US about group at this thought and the fear of that S. tax could be a T. T. in our Shabbat eighty S. is significant and it can be as given from outside the U. S. defense department issued a report saying that troops loyal to Somali as federal government in Mogadishu are not yet ready to stand up on their own against al Shabab in the country south with there have been a spate of deadly attacks to star twenty twenty the report says operation by Badu has resulted in limited progress in recent months why do you think the operation has struggled and why is al Shabab so entrenched in Somalia's self there has always been a struggle in order to rebuild a some on the national army and that is because that has not being a unified focus it is strategy in order to order five the somebody at me that I always a distraction is a member of this online out of fighting at that time and when they are also being distracted by politics when they're not elections every four yet is whether there are also about about Todd square and they actually seeking different training from different countries so they are trying to repeat some of the national army why and Adam is also fighting you were also understand that comment but that the African Union mission is to protect the government to but during the last three before yet he's on his own house completely halted all related offense if he sat
"tasha" Discussed on For Realness Sake
"About their day because that day on December. I should've woke up sad. I suppose woke up. Happy that Eh alive that God save me to know and I'll walk set out like ever since the first I've been waking up at four o'clock in the morning tiffany on my own border that they had been what I coulda did. And what are you know Eh. Did I finally got it together and I was was like little guy up. I'm sorry I shouldn't be waking up. Thank you like I should have been thankful and I Apologize Because I felt bill pad I felt like I was grateful You Know Yeah Right so oh and I finally got together at. They got it. I told him like nature. I'm not be sad to have somewhere to go. I've got to go by because alleged true we was together. We was at Miami. So I said I'm going to play a lead for the C.. J. Wears it's like wake up. Jay Wears the baby and I want to be happy. I don't WanNa keep me a sad day you know. Would it be happy. What is what life I would rejoice life? I understand that but you know that is normal for you to feel that way. We talked about this. Before is called survivor's guilt you went through a a traumatic experience with your friend. You lost her. You know you beat yourself up because I could have saved or I could have but a reality is. We really won't know. Oh but don't don't beat yourself up for feeling. Dow is is a normal part of your grieving process. You're you're still grieving your friend and this is your best friend and I think a small part you will always have that sadness but I like how you I said. I don't Wanna be sad anymore. I don't WanNA remember my friend in this way. I want to celebrate the life that we had to. Yes on. I see the picture you guys on the beach so you have all these great memories and when you do find yourself getting getting sad grieving your friend think about those times but never beat yourself up for surviving. Never be yourself so for for that if the roles were reversed. I'm sure your friend would have did everything she could save you so when you think about this. They acted everything I could say my Afrin. Thank you that I know that my friend is in a better place you said. She had cancer. She was going through. Who knows yes but I oh hey for you to see your life as a burden because somebody didn't make it celebrate your friend? Love your friend shoe always live on in you waking up at four o'clock in the morning I know that could be over and you know I I believe in things like that like with guys I feel I guy wakes me up at a certain time like one time I was looking up at three three thirty and I'll say must must be time for me to pray US something. God Miss Hair my voice so you never think right you know. Let me just let me pin letter to Tiffany. Let me let me talk to her. Because I come right here out to learn but the relationship that you had with her was beautiful. Yes that's now Argonne. You'll always have that so feel strong and be stronger filling powered in effect that I had a good friend his. Yes this did that was my baby is but I plan on being sad anymore for two years is time but like you said rejoice with my friend be happy with her. And that's my plan and I'm also kind of write a book about who is GonNa call be called a mother's love so I I have already started on it. I just awesome I get in my feelings. Is the fire the process. It's I couldn't stop. I wanted to ask you Did you ever go to therapy. I just as crazy to me that because all the while in hospital the people killed trying you need their opinions is unique. You know I'm I'm so no I I don't think the wrong with me. I don't need them people. I don't know if finally this year that yes I do I have appointment wanted twenty third. Oh yes I do do need it you know for a needed more for guilt You know I I don't know why but but I do feel guilty. You know I feel mostly guilty when I be around her kids because I know they like they mom going. I'm here you know like you know when I talk to you about that that you know they probably don't feel that way but that's I feel guilty. You know so. I think that's mostly what I really need An at night needed for more things. I just don't know but I know for a fight. Yeah congratulations decided to go to Ebby cute. That's something that always encouraged people to do regardless of what the situation is but therapy helps you sort through your thoughts. You made it this far on your own and you've done a great job but have the extra person to bounce your feelings and your emotions off of will help you go. Even further again have long lasting coping skills for when you do feel sad when you do feel guilty. We do depress you like you know nope. I learned these to get out here and I'm about to be Miss Tasha. Yes so I I I fi list that I do need it one one day at a time so he can really do to. As by my mrs to people is never give up Never never never give up like what are we. Do you have to be strong. You have to be strong because it's days where I can't say I never had thought of giving up I days of being higher Um You know being tired don't WanNa do it. Don't you know I never thought of giving up. I never thought a given a but depression depression depression that that's that's that's one heart. They like my scars. That's not a problem for me. I I have accepted my scars. You know I have is out. My scars is is people. Know my story behind my scars ours you know and even people that don't know my my scars. I'll tell them I'll tell you my scars show my heart and I I s up to that but like is is is nothing to Har. It's nothing nothing too hard. If you put your mind to do it like walking can again. I put my mind what I wanted to walking in talking again I wanted. I wanted all these days. Whatever you want you have to go forward and and do it you have to do with James Land in this Arpaio self is not route and I did do that but I got up? Yeah I got you keep going. I just want when I see like I said I I was so glad to meet you before this and when I saw you have have a or about your so bright and like so positive but I knew obviously because I saw a youtube stuff. But that doesn't come from not going through anything right. You gotta go through some stuff to know. Hey this is sunshine. I WANNA stay over here. I'm Ab- been through the rain. Storms ormes this and you. Wow y'all under just like I'm in Awe Amistad Shema Monte now right of anti Tasha because there's been so many times where I felt like I couldn't go on in you. You know when you sit and you look look when I look about when I think about the things I've gone through no way. Do they compare to the things that you can't through. But still I see you and I'm like I gotTa keep going. How can stop right? How can I start? When I know that there's people like you who have gone through loads more than me and you had a determination to go through? Who Am I saw? How Dare I? How dare you strength strength breath? And that's that's what I want to be like how I feel like how motivated you I want to be able to go by the Tampa General People. That's land leading their bid like I was. I WanNa let them see my scars. Let them know it's GonNa work. It's called you get better but you want to. I I am going to class is now. I have to pay for them on the reason. Why haven't finished -cause? I have to pay for to go through the class. The beat the volunteer uh-huh and once I get my once I get my certification. I can be that person and I'm GonNa do temperature and Oh this I'm going through that. Well maybe you'll get an anonymous donation so you could go in take care of so i WanNa do that. I WANNA I wanna I wanNA beat light for someone because you land now. You don't know that is light at the end of the role you feel like it's over you know and I want to be there personally. It looked at me and know that I done been through and they know that I'm telling them the truth. You know I don't want to be as you go and say if you're going down pretty and stuff and Woah. Oh I know I can help you with and I showed them us cars and I let them know I was in that. Same they in this light at that Gerda Gonna be hopping beaten McConnell. Baby Dude is this what you had to do these that that you know. I want to be their motivation. Yeah I wanna I I also want to be the person at teach kids. Don't play with okay. Lie I want what I WANNA be. I WANNA be somebody out that is I wanted. I'm on I WANNA help people I wanna I wanNA teach people WANNA hell. That's the beauty behind the dough. Because you could be so different you could just go into sit in your show. It'd be like don't talk to me. Leave me alone but you WANNA help in. That speaks of your heart. I want help I WANNA be vacation. Will you motivated me. And I'm pretty sure you're motivated. Everybody that's listening to you right now but I hope I did down. Noise is nothing too hard for God. They counted eight. They said I wasn't gonNA make it. It's all my mom and dad. I WANNA a goal make. They told me I won't walk again told me I want to go through this pad. If y'all see me now jumping reading I've been it's all I'm doing everything I couldn't do but God but God but God that's all that matter you prove everybody run you even prove yourself o.`day yes. I'm so excited to see what the future holds with you. I'm Lake Jake I know your kids probably big super. I'm like number four on support okay. I'm rooting for you. So high in. I'm just so appreciative. Should've you even coming here. What are your if you if you could? Let's see if you could encourage someone. There may have gone not going through but fell how you felt those feelings of loneliness an abandonment depression and Gil speak life to them. What would you say nobody? No Bat in. His world is closer than God numb days that I felt lonely and sad. That's why taught out to get motivated. Me Gave me my strength and he told me Babe I got no people around from around you. They want no good one. No good for you know people that you keep looking for. I moved away. Move them away. They want for you. So if y'all anything else learn from me is you could feel alone because sometimes that's what you need the ler pets what you need. You need some alone. And that's what I needed. I needed that. I felt like everybody had a heart. Lyonnaise don't don't my dad told me pay based on what the you only one at. You baby stopped leaky for. The person is only one you at found that my strength come from my God not much straight whereas the shrink and I love I love you miss todd. It Tasha instead of people where they can find you just just socials and everything okay Take up sounded crazy. That might instagram. They real Tampa ruled Tampa stuff. I hear you on my instagram. You can find me on hits. The ground missed. Three piece is M. I. S. S. The number three and pcs please exit. What stand for.
"tasha" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"I do to make sure that doesn't happen again or probably doesn't even have to be that self healthy right? I mean not that. That's particularly self help you. But that's like a very useful question. A lot of us are going to start out saying. What did I do wrong in this particular situation which isn't great great but also not super terrible like maybe? Oh well what it was is. I took the first job I could get because I was afraid of going broke. I don't probably shouldn't do that anymore. Something like that. There's a lesson there instead of just like a post to attach yourself with. Well you flagellate right self flagellate in whip yourself into a fraud or punish yourself about something you did in the past so. This evidence shows that translates our emotions into language as you say in the article here versus simply experiencing erasing them that can stop our brains from activating our fight or flight command center so this helps us stay in control so instead of just going. Oh my gosh I'm unemployable. Here's there's this catastrophe scenario that I'm now playing out in my head. We come up with a plan to change our course of action or something that we can keep in mind for the future so that we don't make the same mistake that's it and you just zeroed in on what I think is one of the most powerful. What questions especially in times of stress? It's as simple as what am I feeling right now. And there's a lot of evidence that that question activates a different part of our brain so if we're asking ourselves why questions what scientists have discovered is that kind of gives our amid della our fight or flight response center free rein to wreak havoc over all of our decisions but asking asking a what question activates the part of our brain. That's more in charge of executive function and logic and being reasonable. And just that question you know. What am I feeling right now? You can give us a moment to kind of override. What's happening in our brain so that we can be more solution focused? Ravers is getting so spun up in the problem that we're not helpful to ourselves or others. Are there any exceptions to this ask. What not? Why rule is there any place where asking why make sense? I get asked that question a lot and I think at the end of the day. We shouldn't ever be too rigid about things like this rate. You know I've had people kind of create. Why questions that I think really are what questions they say? Isn't that a good question. They say we'll maybe but but I actually think that is if you take a step back and you are are focusing on are the questions. I'm asking myself propelling me forward to action insight or are they misdirecting me and getting getting me stuck and what we've discovered is that what versus y you know. An I found it really powerful personally. Since I've learned it from our UNICORNS it makes a big difference and if we can even be aware of the questions that we're asking ourselves that is a huge improvement but yeah again I think just like in psychology we can never say anything one hundred percents But it was a powerful enough fact that I think it's worth paying attention to one thing I loved in your research was that all age groups have shown marked increases increases in narcissism thirty years. 'cause all these boomers are like The young people they're all narcissists now and then even millennials are like man Gen Z.. And Jesse's probably GONNA I gen- is just tear insufferable but the truth is were all fricken insufferable. These days we are and the cult of self is a a surprisingly consistent phenomenon all around the world. That is tempting us to become more self absorbed and therefore less self-aware and ends. You mentioned this. It's really important emphasized that this is not. Just you know my generation the millennials. This goes back. You know since the nineteen seventies and the the nineteen eighty s so there was one study done with a million high school seniors and twenty five percent of them put themselves in the top one percent and their ability to get along with others and only about two percent rated themselves as below average and a lot of times. If I'm speaking about this I'll ask. The audience ends one was the study done. I say two thousand ten two thousand five dancer is nineteen seventy six and there are similar. Examples calls that just over the last thirty plus years were not all narcissists that would be incorrect but we are as a whole gaining more narcissistic tendencies. Ace and that really flies in the face of our self awareness journey. If we're self absorbed it means we think were awesome regardless of the objective reality versus being self aware which is knowing the objective reality in choosing to accept ourselves anyway. And that's a really important thing for us to think about is if you were a member of the cult of self. How'd how would you know? That's a really good point. You wouldn't because you're not paying attention to other people anyways but I think that there's something to be. What are we gonNA have to do? Eventually redefined find what narcissism means because now we all have it. I don't know where this hopefully not but I think it's a meaningful question. Jeez what of your recommendations and is to be to be the an informer when left to our own devices. Most people are me formers. What does this mean? How do we utilize this so the data are pretty compelling if you think about on a daily basis how much time when you're talking are you spending talking about yourself and on average the answer is about sixty percent in real life and then when you go online it jumps to about eighty percent so a me former is someone who intentionally or unintentionally is focused on themselves right you? Everybody has that instagram person. Who's posting pictures of their meals every day? Or that annoying co worker. WHO finds a way to slide in and award? They won every conversation that is antithetical to self awareness. Because this goes back to some of our research that the highly self-aware we're also tend to be the most humble and there's a paradox there. It's like if I see myself clearly. It allows me to see and focus on other people with our self-awareness unicorns. One of the findings that was really shocking to me in the context of all this was when we looked at how much time they spent on social media and and I was expecting you know it would be much less time. These are these evolved. You know brilliant clear thinking people but we found that they actually spent thirty percent more time online than everybody else so then we said okay. What is going on here and what we discovered was they were spending more time online but but they were spending it very differently so whereas most of us especially online are using social media as a me former vehicle they were using using social media to focus on other people so posting? A beautiful photo took that they thought might make other people happy or a useful article that would be eh helpful to others or a funny joke. That would brighten someone's Day their entire Lens that they look at social media through is not about them. It's about other people. So that's the distinction. A me former is. Here's what's going on with me on and off line. An informer is focusing on improving improving other people's day to day experience. And as much as we can do that that is kind of the direct antidote to the cult of self and. I think you know one challenge Andre off and give to people as the next time you go to post something on social media or the next time you start to tell a story in your group of friends. Think about your motive for doing that. I started asking myself that on social media when I I was discovering this with our research team and I found that almost every time the secret motive I had that was me former motive and we convince ourselves that we don't write but what's at the heart of us. What am I trying to accomplish? I think we should all ask ourselves that a little bit more more. I find this tricky as somebody who who's supposed to be self promoting a lot on social media so a lot of people will go. Why do you only post on instagram? Like once every month and the answer is because it's actually really hard for me to get into a mindset where I can sit down post a picture of me sitting next to Kobe Bryant or something and be like look how cool I am which no matter how you structure your caption is exactly what your frigging doing in so the conventional wisdom is. Oh talk about something you learn so that other people learn from it and I'm like okay. How do I do that? It's a whole thing. I've got to sit down and think about that whereas some people and I was up to a point kind of jealous of these folks would be like look at this person just filming themselves eating Spaghetti with a celebrity in the background and they're just with reckless abandon. They're having yeah no problem. Talk about how great their life is all the time every day. Seventeen instagram's stories before launch. But now I realize maybe that's not super super healthy to be able to do that as a reflex without thinking maybe there is something to be said for not having an immediate skill set that you can deploy without even thinking that just advertise your b s on instagram or wherever. I think you're right and like anything. There's probably a good middle ground. One of the things I've experienced as I've been strongly encouraged to get on instagram and trying. My best is Sometimes I over think it right like just like we shouldn't be posting everything without considering you know. What am I trying to do here? We shouldn't be so focused on that that it is paralysing. And that's actually. What I found is in a very similar way as us? I definitely want to be somebody who practices what I preach and social media is set up in some ways to be just a me former platform platform. I definitely post because of that and I think sometimes my own detriment right because the people that follow us want to know what's going on and so I think the happy medium is a good place place to live if we can. What our kids? How do we get our kids? I mean I have a three month old. So he's not. He's either completely self absorbed or not self absorbed at all. I'm still deciding hiding. But how do we get them when they're older to think more of others and be more informed than me former. Are there things that parents do wrong that we can stop. Doing that. Might be a good place to start. Let me give you one thing. That is really powerful so there was a study where the researchers asked a bunch of parents of young children to answer is is your child more special than the other children and then six months later they went and they actually measured. How self absorbed the children were behaving from kind of an objective standpoint? They asked them questions. Like do you deserve more than other kids deserve. And what they found was the parents that said their child was special tended tended to have children who behaved in a more self absorbed narcissistic manner but what they found was when the parents instead of emphasizing the specialness specialness of their child emphasized the love that they have towards that child and showed them warmth so instead of saying you know you are the smartest kid in the class you would say I love you and I believe in you and that small change of sort of warmth versus specialness. Those kids tended to have not not just less self absorbed behaviors but they were more self accepting. So that's the holy grail rate is being self accepting without having an overly optimistic view of your contributions so I think if parents can make that one change what the research shows is it has a pretty powerful impact so we just reinforce their self esteem mm-hmm but don't do that necessarily to the detriment of other people. That sounds so obvious and yet I'm totally not sure how to do that. It's the call to self. It has a hold of us in in our parenting. Just as much as it does in our social media use and I think we hold specialness as the holy grail we think about reality. TV or even even the self esteem movement which we could probably do a whole nother podcast on as as it turns out self esteem is actually not that helpful and many of shown sort of more harmful than it is helpful helpful and so it just requires us to be aware of those gut instincts that we have to praise based on your the specialist kid versus. I love you the most I I mean. It's not terribly hard to do but I think it starts without awareness. You're listening to the Jordan Harbinger show with our guest Tasha Uric. We'll be right back back after this. This episode is sponsored in part by by optimize irs. You probably know this by now been case you didn't most probiotics. They don't show up in people's gut analysis also in other words ninety nine percent of probiotics. They don't colonize your gut.
"tasha" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"You and you're listening to the talk house podcast. It is up. I'm your host eliot. Welcome back to the talk house podcast this week. I'm joined by associate editor and you and i had a fantastic time at pitchfork twenty nineteen truly incredible each year talk house podcast heads out to pitchfork and sets up backstage to record some of of our favorite artists playing the fest and from the city in conversation. This year marked five summers of collaborating with bitch fest on the podcasts. It's been great. We've had heavy hitters like brian wilson with carly rae jepsen kumasi washington with thunder cat and hyme with churches and just like pitchfork itself. We've also i've had a lot of artists that as i like to say are your new favourite band artists you discover there and realize just how fantastic they are this week we feature to chicagoans to young people who are playing music relatively recently and of course both played the festivus year tasha aka tasha wieck van leer and and la la la as lilly west. Yeah pitchfork always does a really good job of highlighting the music that's coming out of chicago and so with this talk we wanted to play off of ah bring together these two artists who have put a lot of time into the scene and it's been so cool to watch both tasha and la la la la grow beyond being just local artists to tour nationally and internationally in the last year so now tasha is a sooner songwriter an activist and poet. She grew up in chicago on the north side and embraces what she calls radically soft music. It's very powerful very gentle sounding but of course the meaning packs. It's a hard punch. Sometimes her music is heavily inspired by her experience as a black and queer woman as well as her community work now tasha debut alone at last s. came out in november of last year on father daughter records. That's one of my favorite independent record labels and i listened to anything they put out any. They always cal at they really do they really do you and and when they sent me tasha's record was taken right away. I was also inclined to check it out because tasha has collaborated with jamila woods and louder than a bomb. I'm i'm a big fan of jamila and jamila is somewhat of a poetry mentor to tasha yeah. She participated in the young chicago. Authors program yet such a cool organization in chicago. Oh now i got to see tasha play earlier this year at form festival in arkansas and i was completely blown away. I knew we had to have her on the show next time we were in the same city from alone at last. Let's check out a clip of tasha song new place. Throw your prison up to us now. Nyc grand mamma coming down black folks love.
"tasha" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Tasha Robinson, welcome back to the slash cast tasha. How are you doing today? I'm doing fine. It's been so long that there are actually cobwebs on my my microphone. I haven't cleared off sides because this this is my special slash film. Cast Mike phone, they don't use for anybody else's. We all you'll have one. Yes. That's correct. Rid phone rings. Yeah. But but the spiders have gotten into my red phone. It's actually a little disturbing FILA. It's kind got a haunted house ambience. Now, you gotta stop sending people spiders with their microphones. We do. That's a mistake in retrospect agreement when I opened the box. I thought it was just a piece of spider verse swag. So I I was fine with it. Well, we are so pleased to have you on tasha Robinson is one of my favorite film. Critics working today. And so it's honor to ever ever be here. And what an episode to have Ron because we have so much talk about tonight. It's kind of insane. We got some follow ups from last week loss you weeks? Actually, we got a very brief what we've been watching because we got to get to the main event today, which is our discussion of the Oscars, which is something we've all been watching and then follow that up with an in-depth review of how to train your dragon the hidden world the third and final question Mark film in the how to train and Greg and series. We shall see. So that's what we got on tap for you on this. I guess if we have time we'll do an after dark as well should be a lot of fun. So let's get to it. In terms of follow up. We've got a couple of items we want to follow up on. I want to say that in general we recorded the last few episodes in a row like we recorded them in a very compressed period of time. And so it's actually been a few weeks since we've all been together. And so there are a couple of items that I wanted to follow up on one of them was a few weeks ago. We were honored to have April wolf on this podcast, and she joined us to discuss the Netflix film about the art world velva bustle. And at the end of that episode. I asked everyone to chime in with their thoughts on a movie that does the modern art world has has an interesting take on the modern art world because we felt like of a bus didn't necessarily do great job of that. None of us mentioned the square, which is a great film about modern art that I think several of us have seen. We I I've seen it. I really enjoyed it. Some reason is slipped. Our mind in several people tweeted at us about it. I just wanted to give that movie a shout. Because it is a delight tasha Robinson. You've ever seen the square by any chance. I have not did you guys cover a Roger Clemens bucket of blood? No, I don't think. So what else can we because we did it whole double episode about velvet buzzsaw on bucket of blood? And that was something that one of our listeners suggested pairing those two movies korman's bucket of blood to take place in more or less in a beatnik coffee house where there's a young man who admires all the artists around him and desperately wants to be one and that leads him into a place of murder. So we don't do research here. Okay. That's for years Lee completely unaware of a bucket of blood is anything, but a snazzy title on until somebody suggested. But it made a really good pairing. It litter literally thought you were making that up to snow as a movie, but yes, book a blood, and of course, tasha's alluding to the fact that on her show, the next picture show, the discuss a movie that's kind of a precursor to movie that's just come out and kind of pair them together. It's a really great idea for podcast. And I'm always humbled. And I always learn things when I listen to that show. So would highly recommend the next picture show. Pod dot com. Right. Is that where it is next tetrapod.
"tasha" Discussed on The Queen's Court
"Deal though. Will be a tennis dealer with me. And it wouldn't be deal to it will be Feodor. Contrary to popular belief tonight. We're going to be doing. Tonight system a little bit different for tasha tasha is very expose in very come o'day. We we like laugh tonight. We just to do a lot more laughing about stuff that we do and blessing them hoes down 'cause tasha Kate buses down on her on her program. Program. Tash K bursts that I'd be over the craziest like Jesus father, please lit up. Get your foot off the name now tonight. We're not dealing with any names anything we're not doing if your name in the headlines and twenty nineteen we aint talking about you. I needed shake if you're the fucking shake, don't worry. Clap bit. She got into an eighteen but Twitter nineteen. Before the knives. This tell them all they got the washer show, and if you'd unwash- show you got to come back and listen listen here. Craig put the DACA together. Low creek, you know, this because Craig has deemed himself show run deemed myself anything at take ten percent of the earth. Yes. And able. Actually. Because you've got black knees and black able and what you got to understand about a bitch with and. Hareb bills be bay. Yes. To have these. I was going to interview and all this stuff. I gotta go through people who you is. They've watched you they see whatever. And I'm not sure. He's. I know, but I touch none of their let me your name. On the last two old one. We ain't interested. We're not interested. Hormone that. Does. She looks so pretty messy. She got me looking good. Yes. You put a lash out. Go coming there. You go there, but he goes slam. He could position the. Another baby in that model. You know, this is the type of show that we have tonight for those of you that was expecting foolishness controversy. Like, we're professor we're gonna laugh like we go we go we go Jones. Now, we definitely Joel's archaic gar, Can't Ken. listen. He likes. Quarter to these sources like the savannah our Kelly store which out there say that man like thirteen deal van the Becky about all recant. And he only likes seventeen year olds the put them there. They said he upgraded from twelve to seventeen they say he'd like his girls like they liked it. They realize back in the nineties Chad Tway. Okay. Oh Oh. to what if oh that's too. Good. Dulack ottosson. From the city..
"tasha" Discussed on The Queen's Court
"Stop the baby we have an Carla. And I'm so excited. I've been getting calls, Texas, emails Facebook, Instagram, all of the things of all the things Chow and girl. My guest is here. The invite. In famous shit on me. I would infamous. Tasha K bitch. I got calls from freeze enemies Couzens. They told you bring their bitch. Listen one thing I had to let the children know that this is my show. Okay. Hey, tashaun, you people don't know that I'm gonna spill DC right here on the thing when I was going through those situations last year toxic K was actually on the salads a system helping me to try to get my channel bet and all of the things or whatever so tasha Kate has it done anything to personally nothing to me. Now. I don't know what them then got to that hot water. But hey, it is. Mega-dam? But hey what? Honey, it's all. I mean tonight, we got overflowing. Docket like overflow dock and tasha K is actually sitting checking her makeup touch. Do reading. We'd be it's. Good over here. Baby Lissette tasha Kate roller that lethal master in five is my first time he person she got armed guards. She does have one. God his seems. Had his baby. I would I would let his aunt. No mere here. Real nice, man. He don't drink don't smoke ladies. If you looking for men that don't smoke. I got a crush on a straight, man. Straightening me like me, like the fed on like, you know, listen to hit you for the. I'm not. Listen..
"tasha" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"Address whatever's going on, but there aren't really real conversation so to speak that we actually see onscreen also for for a couple who seems to have lost their way with communication. So greatly in like just are not really talking with one another, how would you help them even get back on the same page in terms of communication? Yeah, that's an excellent question. So one of the things I would do is I going out to them that their conversation seemed to be lacking validation, and I think one of the misconceptions about validation is that people think validation of greatness. And so I would really educate them that your job in a conversation would be just to listen and understand before you respond as right now, what we see them do is justify the fans in Yale and brain. So I would lead their conversations by modeling for them. How to validate one another and have to draw their relationship closer by having impetus for one another. And so, but by that, I mean, I would want out a lot of the emotions, and I would highlight that they both share some of their the same emotions. I would encourage stand to do things to build up their emotional Bank account. Because right now, James tasha are very, very good at putting on public appearances. You know, they look amazing together, but they don't really spend any quality time together. And so I'm gonna take them back to the drawing board, a joy. I would say something like, so when you first met each other Woolworth bet she liked about James, what was it that you liked about tasha and then help them to build on those things by just starting from the bottom, asking questions, even things that you think you might already know. So who am I to best friends. On a more superficial level, you know, they call it the love map, but asking things about what's my favorite movie, what's my favorite color own down to the more serious questions. What are your personal goals?.
"tasha" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Loved her so much and two you've never confronted tasha about unwillingness to let you get out of that world yeah i think a a love it it's interesting because you know to me stephen a knowing on mario's younger brother you for minute now and you being my older brother the reality is you're talking the reason you and root for draymond so much because all three of us are aggressive aggressive right whenever never passive aggressive which i don't have a lot of respect and space for passive aggressive humans particularly men just in terms of the way i was raised them no bottom to them if they're passive aggressive but the level of of of action that omar would take obviously aggression aggression or aggressive aggression and so i would i would definitely be what you wouldn't have an issue with because i would have been very forthright very forthcoming and said to the wife or whomever's playing the wife i would've said a litany of things and laid them all out and so when i gave her walking papers it was there and it was all clear and definitive but goes i think the issue with him and part of what makes him so complex in a different way complex is that he still a broken kids even this is still a man who wasn't raised with a mother his mother saragan is is is obviously tommy's mother who is a drug addict father was an alcoholic we don't get into that much so cornelis really created this guy to be a loner of sorts but he's a broken loaner so he there i say kinda goes direction of passive aggression at times he'll call you out and as retains to man i think that he's aggressive aggressive when he's dealing with men when he's dealing with with women all of the women that are players in in this thing even the women that he's worked with them in the nightclub scene he's definitely one of those that shows his boyish nece his jamie maybe you know that three months of ghost jamie and james i think is jamie shows up as retains to two women obviously can be a little bit more aggressive with tasha because they've got a family together and you know how to goes he's right made kids with this woman but he's still a little afraid to really kinda smacker figure speaking as we gotta watch that language today but figuratively speaking which we need that child sized bowl print and put red on it and the whole thing it's difficult for him to to do that because he's still on the fact that she knows secrets about them if that makes sense he knows things that in the beginning of the show at least in the genesis of the show me lose angela did not know so he stands to he's seemed as this guy to sorta straddling offense but realities he's gotta pain mosh in fact tasha knows some things you know that's that's the body is glide all of that being said how much longer are you going to be doing power i love it the hill seems like it could go off several more seasons but you obviously have incredible aspirations for your career big grand plans on the horizon how much longer are you good for this man i think into the truth comes to in you know the truth of the story you know i really believe in and those even a lot of that were raised on good films and you know would come into the bedroom and if we didn't have pots at home at least grandpap so uncle will be watching incredible movies that you crawl them next to him on the couch and you know you figure out what they're watching these start to learn how to pick out quality programming obviously tv now has a lot of quality program and i definitely think and and humbled by stating that we will go down perhaps one of the great twenty dramas of all time but i would imagine that when we watched the end of one of the great programs of all time that definitely is the precursor to to power net being sopranos by the time it came to an end seven seasons yeah there are people that might argue the fact that it could have gone three more seasons or the story wasn't complete yet but as long as coordination and curtis in.
"tasha" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"I'm back there today i thought for sure you'd see it again in love it what about causes history would make you know because it's so obviously great but god but what about you john well i saw the first gremlins when i was way too young to see it on h s in one of those scenarios of the bunch of like family friend kids all shoved into the basement and put in front of a movie and i was the the youngest of the group you know and and i think i was probably like four or five watching or being put in a position to watch gremlins for the first time i don't think i stuck around for it i have very vague memories of just being very upset and not liking gremlins and i've never really felt a need to return to it because of that really scarring experience but i actually did revisit the original gremlins before watching gremlins to which i had never seen before because of that early experience of the first gremlins but really it really doesn't matter it doesn't know what to do my home or my boyfriend had never seen it it was like in like gremlins good i didn't really find it scary that's point in my life but i absolute understand why would have terrified me as a child so going into gremlins too was kind of prepared for all the because the background discussion we had of making this choice and like i knew that tasha is not a fan of the film it's gotten keith are very strong fans of the film and i was just like very curious to see where i would fall and should i drag this out a little little more.
"tasha" Discussed on V103
"Tasha tasha flavor so damn hard i say the white kid is dead tasha man tasha really oh man yeah she good you're gonna have to give now all the muscles tuesday there girl dez woolsey right there that statement you just made yeah jim every everything here they they will be fully you know what hey we we put a stop to this morning waited it was gone on tommy is on the way folks all right you made it i do slice you up like a turnip did you not hear you know the rules dining pretty i hear jail you the gel on this ship i didn't let wasn't on first of all utilised see he was he did you boy oh he did there's somebody say dale how long is the ceremony combat not only is she a principal she's teacher of the year also oh congratulations that must make you feel really good with my dumb behind is that what you're saying that's what i say iheartradio this girl principal and teacher day leaks yes all right listen it's time for something funny you know steve always have the funny story fell over the weekend family feud started over the weekend so we'll hear from steve and the crew when we come back at thirty.
"tasha" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Seven golly hello my name is tasha tae host of nominal tasha tate and my is is operating in my gift of encouragement because i love to encourage people to live life encouraged them in who they are and just give people push so many people need pushes pushes to live to really be who they are so that is my jeans because jeans is common cana canete you on take you take time to find time just space do you.