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How Chris Wilson Went From Life In Prison To A Life Of Meaning And Purpose
"Chris. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks so much for taking the time to join us. Thanks for having me. It is my pleasure to have you here. So i actually came across your story up because of an article that you wrote on medium about the books that change your life in prison and i remember reading through that and my first reaction was jesus this guy Learn to speak multiple languages. Read all these books for hey. I went to berkeley. And i didn't do anywhere near that in four years of college So we'll get into that. But i think i want to start with what i think is a fitting question that i tend to ask a lot of people and that is what did your parents do for work. And how did that end up. Impacting the choices that you ended up making throughout your life in your so gr growing up. My mom started her career as a nurse. How after she graduated from college and then she went back to school and she got a couple of certifications became a paramedic and pretty much work in the medical field. Emergency response feel for For like the rest for life and so. My dad was Electrician so he worked for electric company. So that's what they did. What what impacted they end up having you in terms of the direction you end up going well. My mom Had raised me by ourselves because my dad and my mom got divorced when i was eight months. No my father wasn't really a part of my life growing up but the impact of my mom had me is like my mom because she was a paramedic. She worked twelve hour shifts. So i was still with my grandmother Monday through finding a civil my mom on the weekends and so i would. Just kind of like a hybrid. So my grandmother's neighborhood was like a really tough neighborhood. washington dc. This was late eighties early nineties and my mom lived outside of dc maryland. And a pretty like you know. Middle class neighborhood was nice. It was mixed white people black people in everything was like really cool around a but My mom when i had time to spend. What does she instilled in me. A good work ethic entrepreneurship in and being nice and respectful. Mom for the most part at least initially when i was younger mike. Thanks changes certain point. So i wonder what that point changes because i remember you. There's something that you said in the book. And this is one of those things like i. I look at basically took everything that a highlight and underline and put it into a document. But you said you know when you start from a place like division avenue. Life's fragile you don't get to make mistakes because you don't have a safety net but and you know when i when i read that and i was going through the book I remember going to school an probably. What was the worst neighborhood in a place called bryant texas and it was in seventh grade and it was by far the most dangerous area of town and i used to have to stay there late at night because i worked at the university. So it'd be terrified as this seventh grader after basketball practice but i also think that to some degree probably i have certain biases about that neighborhood. Ob just baked into how. I was raised by And so i wonder what about what about those kind of environments. Do you think that we have misperceptions about from you. Know media like my immediate thought was. Oh this is probably just like boys in the hood rob so like how accurate is stuff like that. Well i would look at it differently right a little bit. I would say. I mean you're right in the sense that folks have their biases about Neighborhoods like that. But i think what people don't think about is what would have conditions in policies that will put in place to make these neighborhoods. The waiting. Were you know so like police Name was policed in. You know people just being harassed by the police. That's what happened with. Like when i was growing up. Only come through his jump out. Pakistan folks didn't own a home folks Couldn't get jobs so there was a lot of stuff but these were like based off for policies put in place that kinda like creed atmosphere what he's neighborhoods dangerous so always important for people to remember that So that's something that you know. I don't think people think about no well. I mean you. And i were talking about this before we hit record here I remember dave chapelle talking about you know with your an african american men. Your relationship to law enforcement is fundamentally different than that of other people like you actually have a relationship of fear of the very people who are basically put in society to protect you absolutely absolutely Better than us especially at my neighborhood on weight it was just all black people and so only interaction while white people were police and when they would it would pat down. It wasn't like nice. It wasn't like it would ask. Holiday was so we grew up this way and then when stuck what happened in our neighborhood. I'd say shoot something like that and like folks like neighbors or call the police. It'd take a mike thirty five minutes. Get it twenty. Minutes or maybe. Sometimes they didn't even show up so this was a relationship with them growing up in. So is this like naturally like and then we see people on. Tv shot by police like all the time. So it's something like it's a survival mechanism to just be you know worried police.
Take the Plunge With Suleika Jaouad
"Our guest today is to lak- jawad welcomed feber. Thirty five salako here. We are so excited to have you Slake is the author of the instant. Best selling memoir between two kingdoms. She wrote the emmy award winning new york times column life interrupted and her work has appeared in the new york times magazine. The atlantic vogue and npr among others a highly sought after speaker. Her main stage tedtalk was one of the ten most popular twenty nineteen and has nearly four million views. She's also the creator of the isolation journals community creativity project founded during the covid nineteen pandemic to help others convert isolation into artistic solitude over one hundred thousand people from around the world have joined and her book Yes overbook just came out on february ninth. It's wonderful congratulations. Thank you spend so exciting and so overwhelming in a little. I'm so that are for the course. Hannah's book that came out during the pandemic which is just a whole other layer of stuff and it's a memoir which is a whole other layer of stuff layers so many layers to peel back. Well before we really get into it. We we love to ask our guests at the beginning of an interview to share a self care practice that they have in their lives. It can be quite literally anything And so we would love to hear if there's one that's resonating with you right now. I just did it actually before talking chiku and it's A new self care kind of ritual that came about during pandemic and involves thirty five minute screening meditation and then cold water punching other currently although assuming holes nearby frozen could coach our which is why my restricting Yeah l. okay. So i'm so excited. This is what you started with. Because i've been following your cold plunges on your instagram and we already have a question in the document about them so we can just get kate. Kate is very cold. Plunge curious we've had a lot of listeners who have really into us about how Either cold showering cult bathing has helped with insomnia nervous system trauma experiencing things. So can we start from the beginning. Like how did you come into this. What has it done for you in your life. And how do you maintain the practice especially like now that it is twenty two not even twenty degrees. I'm sure it's colder than that where you are very good question that i ask myself. Every time i find myself submerging. My body freezing so I live not far from the great elizabeth gilbert and the first time we had a friend date. We went for a walk. And we pass mccall. She proceeded to rip off her clothes. Jump in the water. So naturally i did the same and it felt so good Especially in this time where you been spending a lot of time out my computer on-scene who calls And it has its way immediately. Resetting are nervous. i'm And so we decided that we're gonna do it every day and because the kind of get more of a ritual and because the best can't stand being cold water for longer be added into screaming meditation and became really interested and but pops and the science behind breathing. So at is what we've done every day until recently just got too damn cold So now i take a cold shower and of jumping in the freezing water. But i think you know. Part of it was My lining to get into meditation on someone who always struggled meditation. I'm incapable of sitting in a chair with my eyes closed for like five minutes and something about the breathing fouts Not just Actions that kind of focusing on the states. You're you're meditating. you're also. Jimmy's pretty strenuous breathing. Exercises and the other piece of it might fat. In this time. Pandemic Really became kind of creative approach to gathering
Restoring Common Sense in Business
"I guess today's martin lindstrom. He's the founder and chairman of lindstrom company. The world's leading brand and culture transformation group operating across five continents in more than thirty countries is also the author of a new book. We're gonna talk about today. Called the ministry of common sense how to eliminate bureaucratic red tape bad excuses and corporate bs. So martin welcome to the show. Thank you. John is a place to hear your voice again so since the subtitle has a bunch of stuff that people think of as negative. What led you to writing this book. I tell you what. Let's meteoroid it many years ago. Charlie bell where the former former former c. e. o. of mcdonald's reach out to me and he said hey martin i would love if you could reinvent the happy meal and i said sure bring it on a just have one one condition. Can we make it healthy police and challenge. He was a really good man so he said absolutely so my vision was to make six year old each broccoli and we began with storytelling so we had the forest the forest broccoli and the cucumber with the of Tomatoes with blood and kids lofted and parents loved it and even the franchisee loved it. We will not these pilots. So i went to the headquarters of of mcdonald's chicago and they said interesting. I never heard that word before in that context so i went back to europe as it is interesting. Nothing happened for two years. Nothing was silent for julius. Finally the new happy meal arrived and it was that drum rolls. It was a happy meal as we know it today with issue sugar bone and the french fries now included an apple. And that was where. I learned that if you wanna do transformations of organizations if you want to understand your consumer company have what i call an immune system so as a consequence of that. We had to the employed two psychologists to work with me in order to understand the dynamics in the corporate world because a good idea is no longer enough. A great consumer inside is not enough. You need more and you need to understand that immune system that defense mechanism for chains and that actually led me to writing this book. Because i realized very quickly that eighty percent of your work is to operate at lack of common sense and bring it back and then to transform copies towards the good. I'm sure anyone who's worked in particularly at corporate environment has experienced. I think they've come a little bit immune to it because it's just the way it works but has certainly experienced. Can you give a couple of examples of of what what is just really common rampant corporate. Bs longtime do you have. I mean i mean. I'll just let from from the end. Kobe nine jamming on a plane. The other day. Right as i sit in my seat ready for takeoff the frankly sounding was on the speaker saying. Welcome ladies and gentlemen aboard this flight. I regret to inform you that all cabin service has been completed suspended on the entire flight. Also need to inform you that the laboratories in front of the plane has been blocked. There are only now reserved for capping personnel. And by the way if you wanna use laboratories you can use the one laboratory in the back now that was because of covid nineteen. I don't need to tell you. But then i just need to ask you. That was thirty. Seven is a rose in this in this plane. So i literally had to pass by every single one hundred and seventy nine passengers and end up in a long line where i could breathe in a freshly brewed smell of toilet mixed with covid nineteen and then i was sitting in the seat. The second idea that came up with these contact tracing forms now in the old days you had to fill out all sorts of stupid forms with no one looks at an array and so this was the latest and greatest in that innovation pipeline. And here the first question was listened to this john. it's crazy. the first question was have you been in close proximity with any people you don't know within the last to allow us. The only thing you had to do was basically just to turn your head ninety degrees and that would be a stranger sitting there so you could take yes to that box. This hakin bulks was even worse. You see people don't have pen symbol because also with us multiple devices so bright. Young talent was barring the pen from the stewardess in the very front row and that pen was not walking through the entire plane and the second chris was. Have you taught anything in one have taught over the last twelve hours. I had to tick yes to that one as well. This is the minister of common sense in reverse gear. I call it call it common sense. I call it nonsense really because he's the rally not we've completely lost sense of what makes sense and for me. Common sense is seeing things as they are. Okay and doing things as the to be done set in another way. This is super important. It is to treat customers and employees as they themselves would expect to be treated. And i do think as companies grow. They lose that sense of reality the more busy dealing with himself than actually thinking about what the customers are. The consumers want so. I have to tell you one. I work with a lot of small business owners but i early in my career took project or pretty much from anybody and so i this project with a very large corporation and it was a very small project two thousand dollars semi invoice off and i gotta check ninety days later. Of course that was for two hundred fifteen thousand dollars and change that translates to france. But that was about one hundred times what i build them and i saw. I called them up. You know i thought about cashing the check. But i called them and said you know there's been a big mistake here you know. How do we rectify this well. After getting transferred to three different people. I actually then was sent for different forms that i had to fill out in order to return money to them. But i tell that story all the time because it was it was a watershed moment when i said you know what. I'm just going to start working with small business owners we. We won't have to deal with this anymore but you're so right and and johnny. It happens everywhere. But i think he's my view about this. Frankly speaking we living in a period now was unprecedented. And i don't think there's anything anymore. Cold going back to work uncalled going forward to work and by that i mean we onto situation right now where we actually can afford to reset what we once did. Rather than desperately replicating an old format and squeeze it into new way of living. I mean think about it. We all sitting in front of suman teams eight hours a day weighted. Those holly breaks go. I don't know no on any of the calls have been sitting on. Believe me just like you. I'll be sitting on a lot of those kohl's single person ever said. Hey guys at. We just had a five minute break here at just need to go to the toilet just a hole infamy. None of what people do is put the post pitcher on the sneak out to the toilet comeback after seven minutes and pretend like they're were not no away and then they asked. The question was awesome minutes. It goes so we can go back in a circle and even worse. We then continue exactly one hour. No matter how mundane a relevant conversation is because we actually did so that problem. Thirty five minutes into the conversation but the realities. We don't wanna look like we skulking or cheating in any way shape or form so we just decide to hang on clinch on and then they alternate break up here is. I have to jump on another team guys. Sorry and that sort of the ultimate. Kat is common sense going here because my property as we adopting a world of trivialities from the past onto a new format of living. And i think right. Now it's time for us to sit alone in the stat in the sand. Basically say hey. That's redefined my daily lives. Let's break it down. See where. I'm doing things which are ridiculous. Look at things which just make sense and then build up from scratch. This is the moment to do it right. And that's why published this book now because quite frankly i haven't done it myself. I'm sitting doing it right now. Realizing how much time wasting
"thirty five minute" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Attract the adam read more for more colors. Loves and i'm partial to as well to be honest i've got the thirty five minute version. I'll be walking home too. We'll be back next week in some form. Keep your tires us. To which free can they get. If you're listening live enjoy the treats that mother may i brings. You.
Night Time, When You Can Log It and Some Tips
"What's up while inc. Bobby how are you. i'm good here. We go again another week. Another podcast and today happens to be december. The twenty first. What's special about today well. Today is the winter solstice. It is the shortest day of the year. If you will as far as daylight is concerned and so this would also be the darkest day of the year. That's correct and we are going to talk about. What is nighttime question. That i get asked a lot around. Aviation what are the definitions. And when can i log it and win. Can i land in it and canada's a night landing that kind of comes up around the fly school lot and we'll share some stories and tips and tricks about some nighttime flying as we go through this as well while you're dp probably look at logbooks a lot and make sure people got there three hours of night and there other accomplishments at night I would say as a as a recreational pilot for a number of years before about the flight school. I would make sure i did my night. Flying in my night landings every ninety days. But i really had to look it up almost every time because it's not something that i spend every day thinking about and i. It's confusing to a person who doesn't do this every day for a living it is. It is You know obviously. The requirements to be current tonight is three takeoffs and landings within the preceding ninety days That's that's the daytime requirement and all or or the just normal currency requirement but then To become for night you out to have three takeoffs and landings to a full stop Within the preceding ninety days now The question is well. What counts as nighttime. Yeah i think it is. The definition of what night is is. What's hard for me as a recreational pilot. Probably many others to know when they can and can't log their landings and when they can and can't log nighttime. I think i think what happens and and try to teach this out of all my instructors. The instructor guides all this for private pilots. Right they call you. They say hey solo. We've done cross country. You're getting check ride ready. We have to do this and they talk about three hours night. Nighttime and talk about ten landings at an airport with the control tower and blah blah blah. Whatever the wreck say the cf. I guides that and so then you go do it and they log it on the log book for you and then they sign off on it and you're done and you know now i gotta do that again in the next proceeding ninety days. But you don't know what that really meant because you were guided and that's why private pilots struggle with some of these wrecks because the kind of thrown out into the ocean on their own. And now you've got to figure it out. So i would constantly try and figure this out so i'll refer people back to this podcast forever. There really are three periods. That i think the faa and the foreign talk about these three periods. There is a sunset to sunrise Which is when the sun. I guess i'm not an almanac guy but when the sun crest goes down a row across the horizon and normally i look at weather bug because it's the front app on my iphone home screen and if you scroll down the now it says the sun's gonna rise and set it's got a little depiction and i know what that is right so i know that that timeframe of day i need my position lights on and i need my anti collision on if my aircraft has that pretty pretty simple rules there Far ninety one two nine. If you want to go look it up. The the second period is the end of civil twilight to the beginning of morning civil twilight. So that's a period. That is not as easy to calculate and have to look that up in an almanac. There's a great website. I use probably disco searched. Google for tell me where civil twilight starts today where i'm at and this website will come up and it really shows the daylight and the brackets of night civil twilight and daytime and the. What's nice about that website. Is i know how long it is. So civil toilets. Somewhere between twenty and thirty five minutes after sunset depending on where you're at in the world Let's assume none of this applies to alaska where it might be daytime all day or nighttime all day But the civil twilights are. Are the book ends between daylight sunset and then really what is considered nighttime. And then really what you. What i've learned after looking at up. Many many times is the third period is really that period one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise. And that's where the faa says you can log your night landings for currency to have passengers with you at night and that's far sixty one point five seven b. bravo Which talks about that so really three periods. The kind of before the sun goes down in the sun comes up that sunset to sunrise. Then we got civil twilight on both ends of that as well and then we've got the one hour of time between that after sunset and before sunrise where i can get my currency done to have passengers with me at nighttime
Laura Jackson Of Towpath shares Her Roast Chicken Recipe
"Name is Laura. Jackson I'M The, head chef and CO owner of Towpath, which is on the regent's canal in East London. And I'd like to share one of my favorite recipes with today, which is race chicken. Obviously. A very, very simple recipe but I think one that is quite hard to pull off properly and. Rest of chickens in my life. So I think by now I think got the recipe down to T. it's a great one to cook at home because it is so simple and it's a crowd pleaser suits quick to prepare, and the reason I chose this recipe is because while one is totally delicious but. For me my sort of philosophy and the way I love to cook is not anything and the great thing about roast chicken is once you've served the chicken, you can then make a stock with the caucus. which you to make lots of different stews and soups and broths, and then there's also tends to be quite a lot of meet the you miss from carving, which can then be used for another thing. So essentially, you can get three or four dishes from one thing which makes me very, very happy. So all you need to do is get roast chicken. Of Asli, I would say, definitely. To get chicken that has had a good life. So free range organic or from a farm where you know that the having a nice time and I used to always roast chickens with butter but then maybe seven or eight years ago I had to give up Daria had some health issues. So I switched to using olive oil and actually feel that it is much better than using butter because the crispiness of the skin, you can take it to another level because. The burning properties of olive oil much lower than butter. So definitely go for olive oil. For Chicken you definitely want one big juicy lemon, and then head of garlic. If you've got some Tarragon, obey leaves to stuff up. It's bumpy can do that as well but that's not huge thing. So really super super simple. What you want to do I get your oven I would say almost as hot as possible. Obviously if you've got very strong oven, I would do it at about kind of t twenty to thirty, and then I would cut the garlic in half and. Stick. It up. It's bomb with some bay leaves. Tarragon if you have. Cut The lemon half squeeze it all the juice out like you can possibly get out and squeeze all over the chicken and again, then put the lemon up. It's bum. It just cooks more evenly if you've got lots of things stuffed up inside it. Then I put lots of pepper and some Odin Sea salt, and then a really really generous gluck of olive oil. Than, just get your hands in just rub it all over. And then pop it in the oven breasts side up an idea between twenty five to thirty five minutes at a super super high heat. Basically, this is the stage where you want the skin to go. Really really crispy. So, anywhere between that time, and then once the skin is super crispy, you want to turn the heat down really really low. So I turn it down to about one forty, one fifty. And then Cook it for another twenty five to thirty five minutes. So total, you want to cook the chicken for an hour. So if it's super high for twenty five, then you delay for thirty five. Vice Versa and then you basically take out I. don't based or touch it during its cooking and let it rest for a good twenty minutes to half an hour and then it's good to go.
The Future & AI
"This week's theme comes to us from Eugene Leventhal and is called the future and AI. Here's why Eugene chose this theme. He writes the increased use of a I to decision. Making has exposed amongst other issues problems with bias and the potential automating more than many might imagine. Here the episodes chosen by Eugene for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from with a side of knowledge, and is called on a I in. We need humans and Tiger King. It's thirty seven minutes long. Here's the description. After ai for the people CEO. Mujtaba Lena Conde's visit to Notre Dame had to be cancelled due to the corona virus. We asked her to join US virtually to discuss artificial intelligence bias, and whether Tiger King broke the brain of the netflix's algorithm. The next episode comes to us from consequential and is called the black box. It's twenty eight minutes long. In this episode inside the black box, important decisions are being made. That may affect the kind of jobs you apply for and are selected for the candidates. You'll learn about and vote for or even the course of action. Your doctor might take trying to save your life however when it comes to figuring out how algorithms make decisions, it's not just a matter of looking under the hood. The next episode comes to us from sleep walkers and his called chocolate chicken chicken cake. It's thirty five minutes long. If there's one thing that sets people apart from machines. It's creativity right. Automation may take over certain jobs, but what happens when algorithms start to learn from our work to create their own. In this episode, the hosts speaks with people using AI to generate films, poetry, music, and even recipes, and the founder of Google X. Sebastian thrown explains what's powering this new wave of AI? The next episode comes to us from ninety nine percent invisible and is called the Eliza effect. It's forty five minutes long. Throughout, Joseph Wise inbounds life. He liked to tell people. This story about a computer program created back in the nineteen sixties as a professor at Mit. It was a simple chat bot named Elisa that could interact with users in typed conversation as he enlisted people to try it out. Why inbound saw similar reactions again and again people were entranced by the program. And the last episode of the week comes to us from invisible LIA. It's called raising Devendra, and it's thirty minutes long. Here's the description. What happens when you treat artificial intelligence with conditional of? Those are the episodes chosen by Eugene for steam, the future and AI?
One-Stop Reality Escapes Week
"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Name the last two or three health commissioners in the state of Ohio I have no idea really Dr active and if you after Joe burrow was heating pads are state map Goddard pump in our our ground hog blues groundhog day over and over again Ohio did he think Joe burrows probably are a little you know our little mascot he doesn't got a liquor he would know who I had the ball coaches the P. after me not to make this work the issue because he's ruined I mean think about the economic disaster of college football cancel the ripple effect of all the students and all the other sports and you know you know what is the user fees what whatever baseball team soccer team that had booted I'll tell you they were going to say this I do not believe in conspiracy theories and Mike DeWine has a good heart and he believed what everyone and he's a good guy but whatever he does Bashir doesn't Holcomb does and I think I got a heads up I believe in thirty five minutes he's going to change this completely and I later Michael little William ari I know your body I like that all day thank you for your call and and I'll say this that listen another thirty five minutes and the wind is not the Lone Ranger practically every governor and including the president the trump stir I believe the modeling to be accurate and now here we are dealing with a medical issue that the media pops up and then we're dealing with economic issues a self inflicted suicide that it's difficult to get out of but dammit we gotta get out of it thank you for your call bill Cunningham the great American live at your home of the Reds news radio seven hundred WLW I first you're a little worried now you're.
Here's when and where the Navy's Blue Angels will fly over the Dallas-Fort Worth area
"North Texans who are on the frontline of the corona virus pandemic you're going to get an aerial tribute tomorrow play metal reports the navy's blue angels will fly over the metroplex Wednesday morning as part of a nationwide effort called America's strong were the angels flying over big cities to salute health care workers and first responders Christina Kerry with the bill for worth alliance air show says for McKinney to fort worth people have a good look at the planes and how to cuddle in the parking lot take a glimpse of the blue angels flying over our city the flavor is expected to begin around eleven Wednesday morning and last about thirty five minutes Clayton Nevil WBAP
Trump plays campaign-like video touting response
"On it president trump says everything his administration is done on the corona virus has been right I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington president trump used the first thirty five minutes or so of the briefing to air his grievances against the news media the fake news is saying all he didn't act fast enough playing a several minute campaign style video saying his corona virus response has been perfect everything we did was right tangling with one female reporter you know you're a fake you know that your whole network there were you covered his face the president said he'll unveil plans in coming days to re open the country for
ContraPoints with Natalie Wynn
"I've always kind of liked YouTube. I like the chaos of it. I don't even mostly watch politics. I watch a lot of makeup videos. I watch cooking videos. I WATCH VIDEOS OF COMPETITIVE EATING. I just I. I like the kind of like the way that it's so. Diy in the way that these personalities that would never make it not not any chance of making it in conventional media to cut millions of followers on Youtube. Natalie is joked that she failed her way into youtube stardom after dabbling as a musician dropping out of philosophy. Phd Program and attempting to make it as a fiction writer. Natalie pivoted to video this was in two thousand fifteen soon after she moved to Baltimore and the same year. The city's black lives matter. Movement rose up in response to police killing Freddie Gray and online gamer gate. Trolling and harassment was in full. Swing watching that situation and the black lives matter movement also just incredibly ignorant response from most people on the Internet. That kind of sparks. I think my early interest in trying to talk about these topics on Youtube especially once I saw that a lot of the politics that was going on youtube was like ignorant at best and like Senator Fascist propaganda at worst no things to the power of algorithms the more videos Natalie watched on youtube about things like feminism racism et Cetera. The more crazy shit she saw and the deeper she got into the radicalized rabbit holes of Youtube. My recommended videos feed on Youtube was suddenly full of these videos. Titles like feminism is cancer. Black lives matter is a racist terrorist organization. You know Like these are the talking points that were sort of growing on Youtube in two thousand fifteen. I knew enough to know that was bad. Natalie decided to launch her own YouTube channel. Contra points as a new wants to entertain encounter to all the right wing propaganda. She was seeing on the Internet and as a way to understand why these movements were bubbling up in the first place. Her first video was on in. Cells Aka involuntary celebrates and it's been watched more than three million times and this video. I don't WanNa mock insoles or lecture them or even sympathize with them. I just want to understand who they are. And why they're like this to start with. Sometimes the over thirty five minutes Natalie. Deconstructs in Selma Sajjan step by step grappling with their ideas and even offering some empathy. And that's the key to our videos and a real part of her success. So in your videos you confront a lot of toxic ideas around things. Like in sells for instance. So what is your goal? And how do you approach? Debunking these arguments while it is anthropological. I guess in some sense that is. I'm making a video to inform like a general public about this unusual online subculture. Most very aware that the people from that subculture are going to watch the video. So I I TRY TO MAKE VIDEO. That has like an escape hatch or like a life. Preserver a rope thrown whatever metaphor. I WANNA use that basically allows someone who's watching videos as an incentive to not feel like I'm simply just antagonizing them but also the at least making the effort to understand where they're coming from but my natural inclination when I'm reading this stuff is to be like. Oh Wow this is like these. People are horrible. Impossible to get along with their credit misogynistic but they're also like really really lonely and unhappy and I can try to make a video that doesn't just caricature them but 'cause that's pointless to me so. I try to give people three dimensions what I'm describing them when I'm describing these toxic online subcultures. Do you get the kinds of comments along the lines of like Yeah I mean Natalie. One's pretty liberal. But she's not like all those other liberals like I feel like that's a common trope among lake. I don't know in my conservative comment culture. Oh definitely like that's not not like other liberals is definitely kind of part of the brands like the one I hear the most actually is people say they don't feel judged by me They don't feel like I got a call from someone who said like I was only like transgender person. Could stand to watch Because I didn't make feel a dirty word during that. They would claim that about myself. But I'm glad they feel that way because that is exactly what I sort of go for. I guess WanNa make the videos. I mean I noticed early on that. If you're gonNA talk about especially the social justice kinds of issues. People are so defensive about it. And if you'RE GONNA get through to them you have to make a lot of rhetorical concessions. That might seem totally unreasonable. Like you just can't say the word transphobia most of the time it's just it's just people hate it. People hate accused of anything phobia. Just shut their brains. Doubted Shits shut their ears down. They stop listening to you and same with like calling calling. People Racist Sexist misogynist. There's a turn the time and a place for life using these words But it's not when you're trying to persuade general audience. In my opinion it just causes people to shut down. I think that's such a interesting in really important point in terms of like making the rhetorical concessions and it comes up a lot even just in terms of like you know questions we get of like. Should I call myself a feminist? Well that'd be to alienate. I mean just like basic is that. Is it more valuable to make some rhetorical concessions? If you are going to get through to a person versus using the kinds of words that will to use a term trigger trigger a lot of like hybrid conservative or like. Red Pill types. Well it's always it's always a give and take it's a question of. I mean you lose something when you make the rhetorical concessions often but for me it's about I guess I tried to start a strategize. I'm writing a script like how I can make rhetorical concessions without making ideological concessions to of my own
Cory Booker discusses overwhelmed New Jersey Coronavirus testing center
"Joining me now to discuss. All of that is former presidential candidate and Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey and Senator. Good morning and thank you so much for your time can warning joy and I hope you're taking care of yourself. We appreciate your voice needed on the air. Thank you so much in the same to you and let's first talk about New Jersey about your home state. I have a headline here that says per the New York Post that testing sites at least one testing site has reached capacity and it reached capacity thirty five minutes after opening. The Governor Phil Murphy has issued. Stay at home orders for nearly all of the states. Nine million residents. Can you give us the state of play in New Jersey? And from your point of view as a senator are there enough tests available so the short answer to our test is no our governor however is doing extraordinary job in getting these dry through testing centers up the first one was up and it was oversubscribed right away but we have a few others that are online to come up a very very soon but again we are still doing nationwide a fraction of the number of tests that we need to do. A lot of this was a problem caused by this administration that they did not Really do enough proactively to prepare. This country had mistakes and bungles along the way about a lot of our governors As particularly Governor New Jersey is doing extraordinary job making the best out of a bad situation slowly catching up so new. Jersey as other states will see the numbers of tests being done. Continue new up. One word of caution to all Americans do not go get a test if there is no reason to get a test if you're showing those symptoms and haven't been around somebody that had the corona virus don't clog our testing centers one of the things you might want to do before you go get. Tested is just consult with your doctor to see if you need one because what you do if you go there then you prevent others. Who might need a test and based on the results of that test we could be actually helping to bend this car so so again. Make thoughtful decisions When it comes to testing please
"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations
"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in brain food into the search bar and the playlist will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Brain Food. This is usually the section of the show where we talk about. Podcast news brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter skype Pillsbury. The writer of inside podcasting actually manage to put out an episode of the newsletter. This week. That didn't even mention corona virus which is super impressive this week instead of stories from inside podcasting we're going to direct you to sign up for the newsletter at inside dot com slash podcasting and in lieu of. Podcast news. I'M GONNA shout out a few podcast. Creators AND PODCAST. Industry folks who've been tweeting about podcast news as it relates to the corona virus. I make sure to check out. James Cridland his twitter handle is at James Cridland that C. R. I. D. L. A. N. D. He's the founder and editor of pod. News Dot net. Which is an awesome podcast newsletter? That goes out every single day. He's got a lot of statistics. You might find interesting. Plus he's keeping up with all the PODCASTS that are being launched to cover the pandemic next checkout alley award the host of the podcast apologies in each episode of Allergies Alley Interviews Different August about their profession. Her most recent episode is with not one but four allergists each covering a different aspect of the corona virus situation. This episode is entertaining but it also gives some practical advice for how to stay safe. Plus she's keeping up with the news on twitter. Find her at Ashley Ward. That's A. L. I. E. Ward Last. Twitter highlight goes to Michel Yousef at twitter. Handle 'em Yousef that's the letter M. E. U. C. E. P. H. Michelle is a podcast producer. And she put out a tweet. That perfectly shows the connection between corona virus. Podcasts and podcasts advertising. I'll let you see that tweet for yourself when you follow her. That's all for our twitter recommendations. We'll be back next week with podcast news from the inside podcasting newsletter.
Julia Mejia on The Art People Podcast
"I became the poster child. Of what every really means and how important it is and no matter. How nerve wracking was. I mean I went to bed not knowing whether or not I really want and I never really felt like I had any real sense resolution. 'cause my election night party was. Kinda like well you want. But we're GONNA go into a recount and then after the recount. Well you wind but it was only by you know it wasn't until I was walking down until the ceremony when I got sworn in which I actually got sworn in in the place where I became a naturalized citizen so that was beautiful but I I had on in strategic. I had like these big long eye lashes. Have my full face on because I was not going to cry because I had been on emotional mass. I've been crying ever since I really one and I tried to contain myself but I couldn't I like when they gave me a standing ovation. Oh I started crying like a baby I just. It's just been such an emotional journey because things like this don't happen to people like me right in the fact that. I'm here in City Hall. Even if it's just by one vote it just really makes me feel like if I can do this. We all can right. And I'm a single mom right. I grew up in a life of poverty. And here I am representing my people and I was unapologetic about who I was here to serve. Because I was not going to be myself at the door so other people can feel comfortable so I was coming in here to do the work. And so that journey here I carry with me everywhere and I kept thinking about all the people who I met along the way at the nail salons at the laundry mats and I just kept thinking about who I was here to represent. And that's what I'm here to do them to do that. Work and I already. If you've been following me I got a little bit of hateful voicemail and then you hear about that video. I turned it around right now. Your your experience with MTV makes sense this very media savvy person that was really powerful video my therapy when I heard it I had to. I had to recycle that anger. So somebody sent you a very really messed up attacking you and basically your integrity your existence since a bully bullying and you know yeah and for us it was like I think about everybody else in. It's not just you know immigrant communities. It's like there's so many groups that have been bullied and marginalized here in this country. Lgbtq Jewish you know. There's just so many folks who have who have bred the brunt of the new administration and so from taking a stand was really important and it was really about uplifting those voices because when you're an abusive relationship you just take it and you don't say anything less how they keep doing it. So you're enabling that hate and I felt like I needed to do something about it so you put this guy a blast. Yeah and I love the way you did it. Swiftly concisely and using the tools that we have today you made a media but it on your instagram. And you just all you did. Was You took the voicemail and you cut it images of yourself of your mother of civil rights activists and it's it's really. It's really moving. Thank you moving. He you know he called me today. Oh my gosh. Please tell me what happened. I know right but he I called my I wasn't here when the first morning early in the morning when he called he spoke to my chief of staff and he spent thirty five minutes on the phone with him and he turned around and I spoke to him and I fell. I'm so glad that he reached out. It took him a lot of courage to do that and he apologized to me to my mother. He told me that this is my country and that he could be a high head sometimes but he's seventy years old he fought in Vietnam combat. he loves this country and I told him I do too. You know and we had a really good talk. And that's why. I'm glad that I did my video about calling people in yes. It wasn't wasn't about calling people. That's the problem that we have in social media right now. All we WANNA do is calm all falls out yes. I've been talking about this. I Love I'm friends with a lot. Chica ANNEX WARRIOR PEOPLE TO MAKE FUN of them but to make fun of them and like. Y'All call people it's like okay we understand. Bullying is a problem online. But when you start calling people out like you're also being abolished telling people in this. Offense is what it's about and let me tell you that this man called me a week ago Friday and I put this out on Wednesday. I think Tuesday or Wednesday and he got a lot of calls because he calls in a lot. It's like you like everyone to recognize my voice and they were calling me that I just need you to understand like. He wanted me to understand what he was coming from. And that is how you. That's how you confront. These issues is with compassion. And I think we're losing sight of that. That's why this world is so divided right now because it's US versus them and it doesn't have to be that way and that's really what I want to change and the fact that he called me today speaks volumes. That may calling him in was a part of that. I think a big factor in that there was moment in the video where there was all these these children of color holding signs. That says I am human. That's what I saw this all your life in that video where you came from my mom your mom and her journey here relatable to him he. Cassini told me that he his parents is that he was Irish descent. Will he understood? He understood and that to me was great too because he understood it. I was so moved by the fact that he called. I am I was shocked to. I was like yeah. No one's GonNa believe this. I didn't believe it right. This is weird But I feel like everything in my life has never been coincidence and I believe that everything even winning by one vote. No one will believe who would believe something like that would happen. I just think that right now. We're at a time that if we don't act with urgency and if we don't lead with love and if we don't really intentional about how we create space for people that we're going to find ourselves in some really bad situation because we never took a moment to pause because we're screaming and yelling when I hearing we have to stop because that's not gonna get us anywhere so that's my hope and bringing developers into the conversation who have displays people who are no longer can afford to live in the city like this is restored of justice time. There's about all of us changing the conversation but we all have to get on the same page for us to do this because it can be US versus them. It's not gonNA work. It's not hasn't worked. That'S WHY WE'RE HERE. Never has and this is going to get worse. And that's what I'm here to do. I'm hoping he don't have two years to prove myself right because every two years. I gotTA run again. But I'm an exponential learner. You know I wanted to run my campaign I wanted to learn. We ran an amazing campaign. I got a lot of great feedback about how we how we did this so I'm feeling really
Snoop Dogg apologizes to Gayle King following vicious rant over Kobe Bryant question
"Snoop Dogg went on an angry rant against CBS's Gayle king after Gayle king brought up the rate that accusation against Kobe Bryant in an interview with W. NBA star at Lisa Leslie and in the rant Snoop Dogg we think threatened yeah okay okay okay way out of pocket what do you gain from that I swear to god will works we expect more from you Gayle don't you hang out with over why are attacking us we people you may come after Harvey Weinstein asking them questions I guess the yo I wanna call you would forty dole hit how did you try to towards my mother always reputation respect the family back home before we come get you some effort to may I be scared house I was the original the original and so then after room was like oh my god Snoop Dogg threatened Gayle king Snoop Dogg said now I did not threaten her that's not at all with that was good for us all right was well now Snoop Dogg has apologized okay probably throw you down by coming at you by the time that they stop motion may be angry questions that you have over reacted so I would like to apologize to you privately for language that I used to call you by your name and just be in this respect I didn't mean for it to be like that I was just expressing myself right I wasn't here okay college of religious fanatics all five have a good day I really no thank you yeah you have to have the worst possible audio for the right orders on that I sound like it we got the threat loud and clear but when it comes to the apologies I I'm sorry what a weird thing but anyway Snoop Dogg did apologize and just for this refresh my memory because this was like kind of out of context because why yes so Gayle king did about a thirty or thirty five minute interview sitting down with W. NBA star Lisa Leslie and in the thirty to thirty five minute interview at some point Gayle king did ask her how she felt about the Kobe Bryant rape allegation and now that he had passed if it made her feel any differently about I guess vice versa really now that he's passed as you feel any differently about the rape accusation and let Lisa Leslie into the question and it was like a very small snippet of this long interview well that very small snippet was posted to CBS online and then even smaller snippet of the small snippet was posted on to an Instagram video that Snoop Dogg reacted to so basically I so he'd be thought that was the whole interview well I don't know if he thought it was the whole interview but he thought that the snippet wise disrespectful and so and I don't know if he that in turn listen to the full thing or if you had listened to the whole thing and still reacted to the snippet but he when he was angry about was that the small snippet was posted right now king herself came out and said the next day I understand if I was just going to CBS online and I heard that I would be angry at my own self for just posting that she was angry Gayle king was angry at CBS for just taking a small sensational part of her full interview in posting just that clip yeah but she the news game for so long that she should know that that's what they hear she's done it before which is getting the backlash she was yeah they set up to be in a bad situation right so even Gayle king spoke publicly about saying yeah I get why people are angry I also would be angry if I didn't listen to the full thing so that you know and then Snoop Dogg was called out by a lot of people a lot of celebrities recorder saying to him one out of pocket so to speak you're the one who's acting inappropriately and so now he has apology gelding to get death threats and has high security and you know was on Oprah's crying about it all the same she wasn't doing well as you can
"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.
Woman crushes hands changing tire, calls 911 with toes
"A dangerous ms have for a woman in South Carolina who is trying to change a tire a jock holding up the car slipped well she was putting on a spare on the side of the highway the other night crushing her hands she ended up using her toes to call nine one one or her hands remain trapped for about thirty five minutes the woman was taken to a hospital with severe injuries to both hands as well as all of her
Fire at Los Angeles high-rise apartment building injures 13
"All right christening Carlo Hey is reporting gonna tell us about the suspicious fire in a high rise building in Los Angeles left eight injured and then there was a another fire within a couple blocks of that fire it was unbelievable and we all saw today on TV we saw the picture is of the building and and someone was about to jump yeah and the fire department was able to get a ladder up to them yeah I was horrible all right bye bye I'm in and happening in one of the fifty five buildings I guess did they say do not have sprinklers in them and he they didn't say that this was one of the buildings but we think it is and Chris and Carlos been out there all day long with a suspicious fire Chris what do you say what he now yeah a long day but I think a successful day for firefighters by the the account that nobody died in this fire there is one person who's a grave condition right now another person in critical condition and you guys were just talking about the the dramatic scenes there we believe that the guy that was hanging on the window ledge is the guy that's in critical condition at the moment apparently there were two thirty year old men who were both in that unit that caught fire there on the seventh floor of this apartment building and one ended up in grave condition that firefighters actually had to do chest compressions on him and then the other one is the one that escaped out the window there were seven other people that were taken to the hospital and they were treated the at the just on them is smoke inhalation I guess at least a couple of burns and then there were four other people they were treated at the scene and released to how a two firefighters were also treated for some burns and smoke inhalation and they were taken to the hospital their injuries have been described as minor so we've got thirteen our total people that were injured in this in this fire that again I mean the scenes were just absolutely stunning as firefighters ma'am add to bring helicopters the hallways people off the rooftop yeah it was I mean is reminiscent of that you know hi yeah that horrible fire that was downtown LA in the interstate billing it was unbelievable Hey I I does your you're probably not here you're still and but you may still been and an infant at the time I'm are you it do they have any idea how this thing started no they don't in the investigation you know it's interesting with there was just a news conference about thirty five minutes go forty minutes ago and they started to walk back the idea or the notion of this being called a suspicious fire so question was asked to the LAPD and they said NO I were not ready to call as a suspicious fire yet however in the morning they were pretty quick to call the suspicious fire so we're still trying to understand how this fire started arson investigators have been on scene throughout the day as is normal when you know fire starts and you don't know what happened what caused it so they're looking into all of the trees you know details to figure out exactly how this thing back on it may take a couple days before we know may even take longer before we know how it started my day and what what did you happen to see the fire that also starred across the street so that that's a nother good point to bring up because we're out the day we yeah a very weird very happenstance and the I mean honestly human nature is okay you see these two things and they must be connected in front the day we were working with the theory that they were connected however again at the six thirty news briefing they said definitively that the two were not connected it was a matter of a blind unlock that you have two fires into to high rise buildings within about two hours of each other into blocks of each other really stunning stuff that's amazing Hey there I'm I didn't I saw are heard somebody I think was John the John and Ken show say that the guy walked all the way down and the door of the stairwell was locked yes sorrow I'm talking to this guy and I I apologize I don't have the audio audio pulled up right now but I'm talking to this guy and he was on the seventh floor he was on that floor he had to escape it up reading through his shirt in order to just catch air he said the smoke was impossibly thick and initially when you went to you know one of the stair wells to get down there that first one was impassable because of the fire and so he had to go all the way down to the other end of the building and E. as he's working his way down the staircase yet he and another guy and his floor they get always on of the first floor when they get down there the doors locked they can't get out he said on the door in the back of his mind is thinking about what his friends are going to have to tells family when they called you to tell them that he is dad and finally they just went back up to the second floor found another way down but he said in his heart was just pop in throughout the entire course of that any idea why that's locked I mean that's incredible meal I talk about a lawsuit in a fire has the could killed you know a hundred people if if it was indeed locked which again it sounds like I mean he said he checked it that's pretty stunning because again that is that is your point of view grass that is your fire escape right here it is a fire and you can't escape it should also be noted that this building had a fire in twenty thirteen and the owner of the building just settled a lawsuit I think it was last year over that fire over I think faulty fire alarms and they also have sprinklers in there so they were grandfathered in for not having to have sprinklers because of the code they were built in nineteen sixty one the card was update in the nineteen seventies however Mike bonding this is his district and he tweeted out earlier today that on Friday he's gonna introduce legislation that'll force these older high rise buildings to get sprinklers because there's fifty one of them throb owl aid that don't have the sprinkler systems and we saw how you know in powerful that can be today Sir yeah that's incredible I mean that's a number that's an amazing amount of buildings you know in Los Angeles fifty or fifty I heard fifty five heard fifty one whatever it is it's over fifty and that's over credible that is a problem exactly right buddy I really appreciate coming on thanks for us staying up so late and even on all day long and is any more information would love to check in with you I will let you know as soon as I know all right thank you bye are there going going present Carlo with that suspicious fire out a off of bearing ten and
The future of Podcasting with Minter Dial
"Welcome to the practical futurist podcast. My guest today is a return guest. MINTA doll thanks for being back on the show my pleasure. We're GonNa talk about something close to your heart and more recently close to my heart. The future of podcasting you'll first episode was November. Twenty ten. What got you into podcasting? Well at the time I just left Liau. And and like so many things things I I wanted to do what was digital and so I started blogging in two thousand and six while on the executive active committee worldwide and at the time it was considered illegal if not improper to self promote where they considered itself community company in a big company. Soon as soon as I left I'd been listening to Pud cosmic wine. I try this out and so in a very amateur manner. I started cussing. I actually believe my first ones were right after I left and we're done in French the time I was in Paris so I started podcasting and I wanted to explore what it's like and and and then little by little home not just the technical aspects but mind skills. I remember years ago in Adelaide. I was offered to be on the university radio station and ahead. A slaughter was three in the morning and I decline that but I always look back to think what would have happened. If I'd actually taken up the offer so now I get to do that. Because essentially podcasting is a radio show right. That's why I use first of all that would become might have become a night owl and secondly I used to start off a Pud cost. The word is seemed so Gauche Woodward came from. Well I think the law basically says it's it's The different senior broadcast and politics. And so so the PODCAST IPOD and that's probably came together. So what are you gonNA add. podcasting I so the very first and most important thing is I learn so I I seek out individuals. I think are interesting. Done something and they don't need to be grandiose people they just I think if you get your listening skills feels turned on everybody you can learn from so I I seek out people that I'm interested to hang out. With and by the nature of recording inevitably inevitably. The other person feels like they need to show up and so then in that moment you get to learn stuff there they you just not gonna come with your b-game. We don't WANNA come to be games because Zeros like everyone's going to hear what you're saying it's a you think podcasting is replaced blogging. Well I think the blogging certainly has come under pressure and so for having blog for so long I can see that the volume of of people listening in common reading and commenting has declined and so put customers competing with blogging in terms of getting our attention span will it. Has It replaced. No I think that there's still a place ace for writing and reading and commenting But I do think it's a really interesting avenue for individuals authors of course worse but also companies. What do you think now is the time to podcasting? I think it has been the time to put costs for quite a while I think that people are now becoming coming more accustomed to the idea podcasting. There have been certain podcast shows that have really generalized the ability like cereal in the United States or your pet show down in Australia. And so you've you've seen the major media companies creates more regular well produced. podcast shows that are consumable on your time. So that convenience factor the more seamless experience downloading it. That it's now come round as opposed to weigh. It wasn't the Beginnings Finance Asia has made it easier and yet there's still plenty more room to grow so now maybe because there's still plenty more to go yet I would say that you shouldn't just launch podcast for the sake of doing a podcast. which is what I did at the beginning? I because I was just in the experimental mode. If you podcast you you should be thinking about as is a long term engagement engagement just like blogging in the day. And you want to think about why you're doing it because by the way it takes energy efforts resources. Yeah and so. If you're going to do it you better be aware of why you're doing it. And that's going to help you get up and do it. Do you think podcasts will become the new influences when we've gone. We've got fatigue from these instagram influences and brands realized they don't get anything out of it. Do you think podcastone will step up to have that level of authority. I think it depends on the platform that you have. There's there's definitely really You know all the major Pud Kosters where you have thirty forty million people downloading it every week. Yeah that's that's that's significant influence getting on their shows by the way. Good luck really. Well of course because Joe Rogan's Harrison so yes you'd love to be on the a show but it's going to be difficult so much more selective and and they're much more aware of their influence now the beginning when you were an infant service sort of kind of fun. Oh I've got a million followers so it'd become much more sophisticated and much more demanding and ultimately the thing about podcasting. Which is interesting is that it's hard to hide? You can manicure a beautiful photograph on Instagram. You can cut and pastes deletes REEDIT A blog post I. But it's a whole lot harder for you as the podcast producer in this case to edit mentor. So what's coming out of my mouth with the IMO emotion. The intonations you as a listener are much more capable of detecting bullshit but I think also for the podcast. They are on show. If you're not an expert it'll come out and if you're having a conversation like we are and obviously nodding and saying that's nice next question without actually being involved in I think that's what draws people in because and the reason why I'm doing shy we'd guests rather than just made no one wants to my voice. I want as intro. These voices choices that need to be heard. Well that's kind and yet I think what's interesting. Andrew is the more you know as put coster it also can create a much better environment virement and conversation and so by the nature of the questions. You're asking you of course in my opinion demonstrate knowledge because near the end it also demonstrates who you ars individual they they get your vibe and by the way they're going to hire US speak they better wanted us into what you say but I think there's this This rawness to it that makes it in the in the intimacy of the ear a really interesting medium in order to vehicle messages you mentioned before about about what brands and companies can do. I've started to listen to a few branded podcasts. You think that's the next area that brands can really explore. It really depends on what they're trying to achieve Steve. So if in their strategic overview in imperatives they have a specific need maybe put costing his answer put. Custody is not necessarily early. What needs to be done and so if you feel that you have an engagement I was even in B.? Two B. is probably far more interesting and Abebe environment where you have specific shared expertise within the business that you're operating where you will get. Experts in the interest of long form in podcast can be real interest and yet on the other side. You know. There are various formats for podcasting whether it's bite-sized two to five minutes. Get fifty minute slot. You Got Twenty Minute Commute. Got The forty five minute jog. You got the one and a half to four hours. You know people who just like to spend their time in a constant Audio matter maybe while the ironing or doing other activities Anyway so many formats and so what are you trying to achieve the type of audience and I think the key point then is to think about it as a long term ambition because by the way at the beginning for the most part you're GonNa get very very few people listening getting people accustomed to you understand that type of audience them the different types of people you have on the show get them coming along on a regular basis. You need to do this regularly and have constant interesting compensation of course they do a weekly format. How does it work in terms of production time and effort even put into that all right so a my general idea is to have a thirty minute type of view when you add in the post production that the pre-roland the postal it? All ends is up to run about thirty five minutes. I never have to do the interview and then I have to listen to the whole interview at the end to make sure that it's all good so from the the time I find set up. Do the interview postproduction. I think every show takes around three hours because I also had the show notes and everything is
"thirty five minute" Discussed on KTRH
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"thirty five minute" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"thirty five minute" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thank you. Sorry. I had to say that because it drives me nuts. Right. I mean, you know, you studied these things for five years, and I couldn't offended any better, Honey. I mean it's the truth. I, I would not sit here and try to convince anybody who has a skeptic at these things exist. All I can tell you though, is that when I travel back and forth from Denver to Cincinnati. I flew a lot. During these five years back and forth. And it would strike me to go from being close to one of these things just an hour before. You know, thirty thirty five minutes from Cincinnati from from downtown Cincinnati that close to a populated area. Yes. Get it in an airport without the people passing by the in. I think my God if these people only knew. If they'd only seen what I seen, or experience in so many people go about their lives with the, you know, with no knowledge. It is. And, and so, again, I would not be one who would try to convince people I tell them what I've seen when experiencing what I know. And so be it, you know, I it's just one of those things that you just you just have to experience Connie and get yourself out there. Get yourself in the right area, the right time. And you know, you gotta be persistent you. This is something that just is not gonna happen at we'll win. You've, you know, the Chinese guy to be right. You're to be in the right place, right time. But if you do it long enough, you are going to have an experience, you will. It's very true. And most people that study this or go out and research it. I mean really go out and research, it's because they've experienced it they have seen something heard something. And when that happens, your life changes your perspective changes everything about you changes again. What I say is the human experience goes away. You become addicted to it. You wanna be a part of it. I I I've done it all. I've done it all I, I know most people know me with, with radio work, or they know me with television, work selling stuff on home shopping, networker QVC, or no me in the culinary world or the sports television world. I get that. That's cool. That's all still love it. Thank you, for those of you say stuff. And now you know, male my new little on the road with kind of show. I love it. But this is my passion. To go out there. And you know, growing up with goes and getting your on beyond open and all this empathic stuff happening. So you'll know where the thing is in the room. So you can run the other way that was me as a kid and growing up. But then you're open to all these other things and you see him on you watch him and it's because you look up or you go out into the woods. And when you see a footprint that is like three times bigger and wider than your foot, and you see another one and you're right in all the right situation to where you can see another one myself and squash, man out of Kentucky, Anna. We saw there were like twenty nine and a half inch foot twenty half twenty nine and a half inches of a foot, and then another one and another one, and they had puddles of water in them, because they were that big and thick and, you know, deep I was like, oh my gosh, there's online stir and here, why? Why are we here? I thought that that's what my mind. That's what my body said. Why are we? We must run. Now. I saw all these movies, you know. I don't think the lip sync. Yeah, it's one of those things where you just say to yourself. Well, if the, the things that really do exist, what else. That's right. Myth and legend out there. And that's what it's done for me. It's really opened my eyes pretty rooted. You know in reality, I still feel that way. I, I am with you. And we'll, we'll talk more about some of the other portals and things like that to where he's just talking about the fact that other things come out that people talk about, like cyclops and things like that. All right, Connie, Willis here, we got more to come with Dennis full, please. Join me on my show on the road with Connie taking you to these places actively it's a membership. So please go to. News, weather, and traffic station, NewsRadio eight forty. You'll love it. DDAT delivers the technology, transformations. The world depends on explore the art of.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Couldn't see much of that. And that was thirty five minutes. Did it come, did you call? What? Yes. Yeah. It's like it's like the build up to when you lose your virginity. You know what I mean? You're, you're, you're so hyped up. You think it's going to be this whole thing. And then, you know, thirty five minutes later, you're like, oh, I didn't see much of that. And I'm pretty tired. I would know can't wait to find out someday. Next year. Thirty five minutes. Take that Kyle North Carolina. Wow. There there, we're, we're going to be talking about this getting so excited for, for all the shit that happened at the end of the day, book Richardson, it's going to get three more months in prison, that's going to be as rule it back. Tony Blair gets probation and book Richardson gets another month and prison. And that's that's all it comes at Bill. Self gets a skate. Moving onto the other story that's going on in Calo. Breaking news. Coach K has joined the rice commission. Oh, goodness. What an addition finally someone in there with some basketball knowledge and experience, just Schindler's List. I don't know. Although those funny, it's not funny. I wish that we had so many wanted to hear that just sticks. Sometimes. David attenborough. Let's talk about let's talk about this. This happened yesterday. Lamelo ball. Lamelo ball is going to play in Australia's. Well quickly. Did you see the lavar ball on first take and I know that, you know, a lot of people may not watch. I take like I do have have for a long time. Followers since way back in the day back to cold pizza. Almost look who got the idea of it before everyone else did when everyone else was going like they're just yelling. I hate these guys. You're like, that's what makes it great. And then now people are coming back around to, like, like it's so funny people say, like protect Stephen Smith at all costs like five years ago, disguise ruining our industry. But all the sports media types, it feels like are loving student Eggen. Anyway, you are on the you shot at your genius. Start is it's always been entertainment. And if you didn't know that go watch Shannon Sharpe show, you but anyways, basically lavar zone there and he is.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Little extra sugar election, sweet low in your coffee, whatever whatever you need to do. And just I'm just asking you just to think about because I want to beat this animal because while I am in New York. I will be seeing guerrilla tooth Gary face to face at the Howard Stern wrap up show. And there's nothing worse than having to look at those fucking green teeth after losing to him. There's nothing better than having to look at those green dusty teeth after beating his fucking ask enough said so. Because of my trip to New York City that I'm going to. Which I'll be at the UFC two thirty with our guy friend of the poor stereo podcast. Derek the beast Lewis in Madison Square Garden the couple of things my parents, bauble bloods, fall in New York City. I'm excited to to get there. I had to vote I had to early vote. And I went early voted yesterday morning, and I have to tell you. It was a little bit of a drive not that big of a deal thirty five minutes, forty five minutes from where I live, and I got to the place. And there wasn't that many people there I got there at eight thirty. The polls had opened up at eight. I was registered. I was concerned whether or not it actually worked because at one point I tried to register by mail because I knew I was going to York, and whatever I didn't know what the fuck it worked got there. They were ready for me. They said, please take a seat. I took a seat and eight to ten minutes later, they called my wife's name, then they called my name. And then I went behind the little the little area to vote. It's not like you're in a like one of those like old school voting boots that had a little thing with cardboard and adept setup. I had to lean on it with my bursitis stricken elbow and vote and I'm gonna. This if you are planning on early voting, which I suggest there's less lines. There's less pressure is less chaos. There's no protesters that stuff where I went in Lancaster, California. I'm sure every city is different. But I would imagine in every city across the country. The early voting has to be less chaotic and less crowded, you need to I implore. You you need to give yourself five ten minutes come up with a cheat sheet. Whether you listen to fuck in CNN NPR, Fox News,.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"How long does the aging process with wrestlers lest by picking your brain a little bit about this, but I'm kind of fascinated by it and I'm thinking of questions I've been asked before, like if you if you're working on a fifteen minute, TV or pay per view match is at three minutes is at thirty five minutes. How long does the process of sitting down with guys in the match in the agent last. Time, and it depends on the guys, you know, if you got like soup to super high quality, hot guys, you know, they might not need that much. You know, especially when you guys that like to go out there and feel it, you know, you know, what am I going to tell you? You know, a lot of the, the important agency, I think, comes after to the fact, and that's what teenager that's what they were missing the boat on that the show was over. They were ready to move onto the next show like, no, we need to talk about the mistakes me because that's how you correct them. Yeah, Nestle, my of from eighteen you know. And I told guys, like I look at it like an editor, even Stephen King was politic author of our time. He needs a editor somebody and say, hey, you could've used a common here. You know, you could've used a tap here. Does this thing. This is too much of a run on even. He means that. So even some of the graves go out there and they, there's a little era, you know, maybe they would just blown up at the time. Who knows that's when guys will come back and they wouldn't understand how it works at guys like tire. So come back and will walk through me goes, okay, what did I do. Bad way because he wanted to get it better. And those are the guys, you know and that those other guys that get really good, because if I if if I don't have nothing to talk about, you did great. I don't need to sit there and Pat you and you asked until you everything to do good. You know to say, this isn't grateful. I'm not here to say you take your down either, but we want to correct the mistake, then there'd be better better better. What I hate from agents is an assault this when I was leaving by another agent match have was all over. The place in psychology was brutal, very direct. Those guys came back and agent was like great job guys, great job..
"thirty five minute" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Dr Ken crown house joins us with his overview of a number of things. He's researched from the various medical journals. That's part of the tradition of the hour that we spend together every week. So let's get at the things that you have found p your interest. Anyway, can the. The fact that you're a cardiologists the things that I look at when I look at the list. I always try to pick out the things that I think you go to first because of your being a cardiologists like the people who are well. Well, built or keep themselves in better shape. Do not have to worry about strokes. Or if they have one you're bound to come out of it better. I don't know is that news to you. That was news to you. It is news, and it's been proven your intuition. Sometimes is the head of the medical journals. But I have to wait for those meth. Don't wait for that stuff. I have to wait for those publications before I can say this comes out this week in the medical journal neurology. This is really good news. It's well known as he said that regular exercise can help cut your risk for a stroke. But the news this week is that fitness may have an added bonus cutting, the severity of a stroke. She one occur theater. People are twice as likely as sedentary folk to have a mild stroke rather than a severe one. And there is no sign that intense workouts are necessary. The benefit was seen among older adults who walked for an. Average of thirty five minutes a day thirty five minutes a day. So what does that say for you and your exercise program? It says to me I'm well covered. Well, I feel the same way frankly, and I'm not gonna make a commercial message out of this. But with all the talk that we do hear about staying in shape and losing weight that sort of thing, it sort of brings to mind or underscores the value of products like Caliban that help people lose weight safely intelligently. If you and then encourage exercise because that product Caliban works on collagen collagen protein when you are working out you build up your muscle pushes the fat out. And you lose the weight so all of this. If you want to get to that point of being fit, would you say walk thirty five minutes a day. That's all how many steps many ever measure. How many steps there are in thirty five minutes of walking what we have you ever used that? Whatever those things are call pedometer Dahmer. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it depends the size of your steps. And how quickly you walk. So it varies from person to person. But there's a number out there that people who walk throw around the goal being ten thousand steps today. One of the things that I would say to people about you, and your clinically cardiology, and what happens there with the professionals. You have on your staff a lot of people ask me from time to time. If I don't do a good job of reminding folks, how well accomplished can is. And he gets embarrassed when I blow smoke in his ear because that's not his not his MO. He's just not that way. But it is really refreshing to know that you are as good at what you do is. You are. And he kind of proved that with the way we discuss issues here on the air. But also, how will you give your one of the most giving people? And so when people ask me because they hear me talking about going to you should I really go see can if I have a problem, and I would tell you that he's unique in a nation. That is full of people who are trying to hurry up. Get you in get the charges down. Twenty minutes is up later, a cancer is not that way. He's one of the most giving people doesn't expect anything. I mean, obviously, he's charging. So he needs to have a recommends to pays twenty staff people. But I'm talking about expecting anything else in return and oftentimes with people like that. And I know Ken gets embarrassed. If I tell me these stories, but which you don't expect is what you're going to get. I think that maybe it goes for every active giving in our lives. But oftentimes, we just we don't. We go through things quickly. We don't really. We aren't we don't say what we are thinking about people. And or a circumstance Ken is abundantly qualified to do what he does. And he does it abundantly. Well, just because that's his personality. I think as much as anything else gray bedside manner. So I don't wanna go overboard with this. But I think if you ever have a chance to go visit Ken at his clinic lake cardiology ought to do it and his numbers three five two seven three five fourteen hundred in Florida. It's three five two seven three five fourteen. I don't know. I was just thinking about you and this business about how you advise people certainly strokes are in your wheelhouse. A lot of people come to. You are candidates like time bond. You must look at them and say my God, what do you they come to you too late? Almost isn't it. Interesting. Don't you get disappointed sometimes people don't come to you sooner? Well, yes. But we do what we can when we can. Very understated. Thank you for after. I went on for three minutes, you put into three seconds. What it was? Trying to express right next item. From the Ken study review of all of the various journalists are out. How many people have diabetes our country, and is it Taiwan type two. I know. That's always studying. We talk about diabetes a lot because it creates health probably mostly heart. Circulatory problems, right absolutely head to toe. Circulatory problems out of the CDC this week one in seven Americans has diabetes, and many do not know they have the blood sugar disease..
"thirty five minute" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Designed to not only honor their memory and enshrine the history of September eleventh two thousand one for future generations. But to also inspire those that take time to bear witness to the sacrifice. Thirty five minutes a fraction of an hour. A lifetime to our loved ones. Thirty five minutes during which a choice was made. The course of history was changed and a more devastating impact of the terrorist attack against our country was averted. I'm often asked what if anything can we learn from the events of September eleventh. It's a complex question and one that could provoke our upon hour of discussion leading to many ten gentle responses. How I firmly believe that the heroes the flight ninety three set standard reminding us what we instinctually know to be true. But all too often the to realize the diverse individuals aboard flight ninety three the morning of September eleventh two thousand and one could easily have been any one of us. They ranged in age from the unborn to those enjoying retirement from varying backgrounds professions. These countries and religions whose diversity clearly added significant value to the choice that they made. When faced with the challenge that hopefully far exceeds anything that most of us will ever have to face. They were able to come together in mere minutes, not as forty individuals. But rather as one unified force they chose to stand together and fight as a single United group in their case. It was a hastily planned attack to retake control of the plane on the ground in New York, and at the Pentagon, it was a choice to run into buildings or if already there to assist others from fiery infernos on the verge of collapse. How do we honor these heroes? How do we help keep their memory alive? So that they can continue to motivate us an impact the course of our history. The answer is I've been trying to articulate for years is by choosing to do. So we have to choose to actively. Remember, this should never be a time when we willingly sit back and opt to remain idle when evil threatens our freedom, we have to choose to be inspired by the collaborative actions have our heroes and most importantly choose to rise up and be better. He's our loved ones did in their final moments. They deserve no less and we as freedom loving people can afford, no less for if we choose to forget, the lessons learned on September eleventh two thousand and one through neglect apathy or distraction, we will become less honorable less and less free. Memorial ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Thank you Gordie. I'm truly honored to call. You my friend. Now, I would like to introduce the United States Secretary of the interior. Ryan, Zinke secretaries inky was sworn in as the fifty second secretary of interior on March in March of two thousand seventeen he leads an agency with more than seventy thousand employees who are Stewart's of many of our public lands, including wildlife, refuges, national parks. National memorials such as this one. Tremendous individual and truly Stewart of our public lands at this time, ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome the United States Secretary of the interior. Mr Ryan, Zinke. It's been seventeen years now since September eleventh two thousand one most of us remember where we are. And where we were on nine eleven. For me. I was a navy seal instructor. Call. We're looking in the is the young seal candidates and knowing that time their lives change forever. The last lines national anthem. Tell us that America is the home of the brave. On that day. Courageous patriots exemplified, Deborah NRI and the isles of flight ninety three. No, it's been seventeen years. The pain of their passing remains. I visited the site last year with vice president Pence was honored to share the sound the first time the families. Great park system. Tell stories the stories of our conservation ethic or the great epic parks the west to our battlefields. Our civil right monuments women's rights sites. And this flight ninety three memorial that were honored to be up today. It really is a story of heroes a story of tragedy. And most importantly, a story of our shared values of America as self sacrifice duty and honor. His also story that reminds us that the fight for freedom. Never ends. It has to be earned every day. The crew. And passengers a flight ninety three gator lice for this great nation and their sacrifice. She'll never be forgotten either here in the fields of the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We're across our great nation. And it's in their name in the name of all those who gave their lives for our country. That we never forget this tragedy in remain vigilant against those who wish to destroy our values and our nation. Today. As a combat veteran. It's my distinct privilege and honor to be here with the president in the United States. Donald J Trump and his beautiful first lady Melania. And I would like to thank Donald Trump President Donald Trump. For his leadership on national security. His support of law enforcement first responders in his unwavering support up protecting our borders. Ladies and gentlemen. Please. Help me welcome. Our president Donald J Trump. Memorial ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on C span radio WCS PFM Washington. Thank.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on The Big 98
"Song is still. The jam I don't know how every song I hear about ten thousand times. I go. I'm tired not that one Okay so here's. What we're going to do because Morgan number two you don't know the gender. Lunchboxes baby, now I don't Huh Amy do you? Know. No one of our listeners got on Facebook yesterday and made an observation that because lunchbox hashtag baby box in blue in. Minutes a. Boy, oh how do you hashtag something in a? Color you. Don't everything's, already Okay Yeah, yeah. Yeah, but but then let's start. Going, oh that's. It so what do we If you don't. Know what, your. Guests, because, we'll, review coming up at six thirty. Seven, minutes or. So go ahead Amy It's a girl. Amy gets, girl Morgan number two The, boy a boy Hey Raymond though do you know what the sex? Of the. Baby. Is no idea okay you're, gonna go. A girl, a girl I've, got, to. Remove myself from this you know I can't I can't? Lie and. Act. On a can't act where, the crap I. Have to remove myself sag card I know I. Do I do. I was gonna play it up and. Down but, I do. So I'm going to take myself out of it so we have Do you know what do you want me to. Do you know Now Oh my. God I may drop a hint if baby if hashtag baby box trends on. Twitter I, may drop a hint early okay okay like that, so, hashtag. Baby box on Twitter you know coming up next half hour or so? We'll do hey Raimodno do you know the process where, we're gonna do what's going to happen there was a box in up here with the gender. And. You're going to open that up and then that's how you're going to see. The gender okay. So it's a gender reveal on the air in thirty five minutes or so I feel good about this Eddie. Has. He's. Pulled from. The internet his top five tweets, from yesterday, now what capacity at these us tweeting that's us, as, we. Were waiting for the baby to come we were waiting on Twitter yeah? We weren't at the hospital so I think everyone on, the show it's kinda just wouldn't make funny jokes about what they were going through or what. They. Thought about the baby okay number five in your list of funny tweets Eddie The first one is, me number five number five I said lunchbox the baby better come out looking like some kind of fruit or vegetable or I'm going to feel like. You've. Been lying. To us on the baby box, update I thought that should have been number one Thank you David And I did think that he's been describing it as fruits and vegetables. The whole time what if the, baby name it like corn on the. Cob pineapple. Box All right number four Eddie number four Morgan to tweets might theory baby box has arrived. But lunchboxes passed out during the? Delivery so can't give us an update All right number three Raymundo, tweeted baby box has confirmed he or. She will box Morgan number two Okay Thank. You got. Him I didn't see that, one but. Hilarious The whole story of that was. Lunchboxes talking smack about, how good of a boxer he has, Morgan number two says I, used to box and challenge them and then he goes now then it was, a whole dramatic bit and he's. Not gonna. Hit a. Girl but I can beat, you up But that's, funny that's a good one number Oh number again. Tweets to things that went viral this year Yana boy, am baby box. Just missing the cut lunchbox.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Yeah i'm just saying because he's like acting all weird about it so my wife and i typically exercise on the second floor so you know they're my backpack not want him to pick up on those jews black so we usually do our our workout on the second floor on the second floor there's also the big room or they have like body pump and zuma and all that all that instructor led classes that you can do and they're always going on my we're up there exercising and i've been telling my wife i said hey we should try one of these classes near looks like a good workout fun break up the monotony of just you know weights this and that and so we decided on wednesday i kind of broke her down and she's like all right we'll go in here and do this so we're going to do this class called absolution and go in there i don't know why pick up on this but it's an all apps class for about thirty five minutes so far with abs solution i mean i didn't i didn't make the i didn't make the connection i got i got i mean i mean what's i was in there turkey get it lightbulb went off has okay avs got it so we did that he's about forty minutes it was cool we got a good workout good burn and then so we left the room to go do our normal workout and as relieving the next class is coming in and wife goes hey isn't that kerry and kerry is a woman that we go to bible study with carries also like i don't know specifically how old she is i would say maybe fifty around that age and obviously bible study she's dressed quite modestly i would have never called her a large woman but she was in all spandex now and she is obviously since she's about to leave the next class she's pretty dag on fit now mistake number one we walk in and say hi to her so she's she of course says hey you're gonna stay for for stay for my class it's called pound and of course now we have to but what was in your head at that point like i couldn't figure.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Ios rank above but the being a member of the maximum fun podcasting network really has changed my life and so here's some some history in two thousand nine i graduated from college at marshall and travis and i moved away from huntington me for the first time to a town called batavia ohio which was about a thirty five minute drive from cincinnati it's a zero minute drive from the mall we lived immediately next door i did a lot of eating at sort of bad of food fair what are those called in mall's food court food courts not food fairs anyway i didn't know anybody in batavia new very few folks in cincy like the only friends i ever made were through travis's theater company that he will all food court and the mall food court employees new me by name and knew how i took my low main but even then like seeing the the friends i made through travis's theater company it entailed an hour of driving if i actually wanted to go out with did you guys pick batavia was just affordable yeah we i was broke i had i had no money at all and so as a result like i had been i lived for year just hold up in our apartment eating rahman and riding around the clock for for joystick where i was working at the time i was a weakened editor and also a week day editor as seven days a week writing a hundred and eighty posts a month i was i was writing nonstop and not socializing not doing anything and i had some occasionally good times with my brother and his friends but for the most part it was a really strange and lonely year for me and because of that long drive that i had to take any time i wanted to do anything but go to the mall i needed something to do in my car and so i started listening to podcasts i think it was just in that recommended you look nice today which was first podcast and i got hooked on it immediately listen to the whole thing in a month and one of their episodes was alive titled the monsters of podcasting which was alive show double header that they did with jordan jesse go and after i listen to that i got hooked on them to real hard i was i was really fascinated by jj going.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Here's a fundament fundamental difference between me and somebody all right if i'm at a restaurant a nice restaurant which i don't go to but man once every few months if that really some restaurants do this thing where they'll be like hi how you doing can i take your can i take your drink order and you're like yeah i'll i have love you know whatever club soda colour wine beer whatever the fuck and kale come right back to think you're in the back in like high would you like to take your daughter yeah get the fucking squash ravioli and the fuck in salmon or whatever the fuck and like okay now would you like to order dessert because the desert takes thirty five minutes to make and if you want dessert you can order later but it'll take thirty five minutes to make so if you know you want now you can order the now this way it'll be ready for you after you eat my answer is always no fuck do i know if i'm gonna want dessert i didn't even eat the meal yet who knows how much i'm going to eat who knows if i am going to have a hankering for some sweet ship if you say yes at that moment hi welcome to fucking wherever do you know if you want to yet before we get things started off in your like can you take my drink order they do the valet park they're like hey ticket here's ticket this going to be ten dollars when you come back do you know if you want to tell them inside.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"To their moguls do this we have mogul tiny little bumps at the bottom of a ski run that's what kind of mobile kind of moguls we are and so like we saw anyway it's about you know you guys go into town we try and experience as much as we can't in that town in the right comedy about it so we set the challenge plane lands on thursday if you're doing thursday friday not shows can we write ten minutes material about the town that we're in guys like selfimposed yes we did this on this project in so like local material that then speaks to a larger broad so it's an audio book it's each cities chapter they follow us from the second we land throughout the economic situation of each is about thirty five minutes long forty minutes long and so you know he's basically three documentaries in one what it's like to be comedians at our level traveling around right now i grew out different level then what it's like to be in those cities right now what what is what is denver dealing with house house we changed ever can gay people still live in san francisco they can't because they've been priced down by tech bros what's kansas city grappling with right now like how light what's houston like after the hurricane were there for the hurricane and then after the astros won like what are they what's their mindset so it was all that and then it's about what it's like to create a joke like how do you observe something in the moment like when we were up in buffalo we did this like a long time i didn't know that rick james is buried in buffalo mugging buried that should be on their airport.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The thirty five minutes after one o'clock gorgeous thursday said as a sixty three degrees right now forecast with high sixty three down of fifty tomorrow with a chance of rain since too long boy more speaking now doesn't sound like he has any intention of pulling out of the rich with against slamming mitch mcconnell they hated trump he proposed a though we've learned that then it or menendez will not be serving back on the chain gangs aung trial in his case filagree ago go no yeah dow was headed toward jury amazing day weird day in news 36 minutes after one o'clock so let's get away from it all and head down to one of my favorite towns down two grant county and silver sitting in mexico ellison civic is down in down in silver city yeltsin good afternoon it afternoon richard good to be with you how's the weather down there nice day oh absolutely it's gorgeous about seventy five zero stop it crazy and he clouds any chance of rain for you guys know unfortunately it we're we're back into a drought now no are you really yeah yes we haven't had any rain in over a month hate to hear them beautiful place though the he loved that you got the river walking all the things that we get the black black hills right well it's the black rain lankhree forever beautiful area love that area i can live down there all right let's start with a hewlett version now.
"thirty five minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was how i started my thirty five minutes and then i went on from there i quoted ludicrous right after that prevails hey if you remember that's off new workers and i did have a meaningful things to say parents thanking parents teachers were very close at the teacher sermons small scorer targeting essentially a homeschool riots so gang of some of my past forty five minutes is wrong i can't man wow okay any other vintage school supplies talk about the hassles multicolored pens it's kind of fun pencil harper's were fun oh yeah you like a little mini ball up their armies and the sticky the stick yuanzi can thoroughly gives the y yeah those guys they still have those i got one from my dentists once oh yes had no cavities two for unicef when i see my childhood doctor dr plotkin i i'd get a big law pop oh see four sounds like israel the dr seuss's book doesn't israel darker blunted and i remember jansher blocking left and then i was nervous because i was twelve and i had to get a physical so worried about having a showman really tell us rodman cough yes there yet a happy you don't have to do that anymore there's modern advancement of medicine i just found the south three months ago when i got a physical my first one in like 15 years has what do they do they don't count you're not anymore sort available wow we they go they did because they found out there hitting too many false positives back to plotkin and i know we gotta go to bring my gosh bob so dr blocking left at i was really nervous in hire a female doctor to do the physical no no no no and when you're twelve mm hmm here too vets they were unto you are a night no.