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"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

Viral: Coronavirus

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

"From three and Kenny. Four this is viral a- show about covert nineteen. I'm your host TJ Rafael today. On show we're going to do something a little different so I'm going to hand it over to a reporter. Emily saw thanks TJ. I WANNA start by venturing out for some reporting in the field. I'm out reporting in the field. Literally my fiance is a farmer. And so what that means for me. Is I get to wake up every day on a farm and make podcasts. I'm very very lucky but despite all that I've still been struggling with mental health and so I'm out here. Misfield standing in the middle of all of these apple trees. I've been coming out here a lot and I'm out here right now. Because this morning I was inside trying to eat breakfast and I started shaking. My head was spinning and I thought I was going to throw up. I've been having a lot of trouble and I know a lot of other people are having trouble too so today we want to explore what happens when a crisis like this brings up mental health issues olds and new. And what can we do to cope? That's what our show is about today. Not My anxiety but mental health or more specifically struggling with our mental health. But first I want you to meet my friends. We are approaching Dems Paddock. Cute little a frame. He's another reason I come outside. You're eating later. He's a baby doll. Ram He looks huge any moves like he's huge but he's actually just one hundred and ten pounds. He weighs less than I do. And he has this big poofy belly and dainty hove's and his winter wall is so thick and matted it covers his eyes. He's approached the fence enclosure and is sticking his tongue through the wire trying to eat the Mike. He can't eat it. But but I brought something for you okay Bud Indigo Life. Us more stressful. These days stores are empty. Travel is unpopular laws. Work is uncertain with social distancing. We need support now. More than ever talks base online therapy gives you the support. You deserve an A. Schedule works for you. You can match with a licensed therapist from the safety of your home and get twenty. Four seven messaging access on any device and hear back daily one month of talk space costs about the same as a single in person therapy session but with unlimited messaging and daily engagement. There's no need to travel for support or wait for relief. Talks base therapists have experienced testing a range of issues including depression. Anxiety substance abuse trauma relationship issues and more. We all need to talk through. Life's challenges talks offers the support. We deserve at a price. We can afford match with your perfect therapist and get one hundred dollars off your first month with the Promo Code. Viral SIGN UP AT TALKS BASE DOT COM or download the APP and don't forget to use the Promo Code Viral for a hundred dollars off your first month. It can be hard to be open about our mental health. I've had clinical depression and anxiety my entire life. I've been in therapy since I was five years old. My anxiety really bad. After I moved to New York to work at a newspaper after college I started regularly having panic attacks on deadline. Literally hiding under my desk trying to get it together so I could get a story out. I found a good therapist. I started taking medication that works and I figured out some tools. My best coping mechanism was trying not to think about the problem. Because most of the things that caused me anxiety go away pretty quickly. A deadline a passing wave of emotion. But this thing this pandemic is not going away and I can't ignore it because its defining every second of my life. Things are happening to me. That happened in years four different times the other day. I had to mute myself on a conference call. So people wouldn't hear me sobbing. I'm not in therapy at the moment. A mix up meant that. I didn't have my medication for three days last week so I needed help.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

Viral: Coronavirus

08:53 min | 8 months ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

"At eleven fifty nine. Am Eastern time. So it's likely things have changed by the time you're listening. But here's where we're at from three uncanny four this is viral a show out Cova nineteen. I'm your host TJ RAFAEL and. I'm reporter Emily. Saw If you're just tuning in be sure to check out our first episode known unknowns the virus in the market or we covered the basics and discussed how anxiety surrounding Cova nineteen is likely to affect the global economy on. Today's show. We'll be diving into the science behind. Crooner virus how does a virus make the jump from animals to humans and what scientists actually doing to try to combat this pandemic as cove nineteen continues to spread more and more people are wondering? Why isn't there a vaccine? The sooner we get one the sooner the global third goes away right today. We go inside. One of the SCI fi like labs working around the clock to understand this virus and learn why. It's actually going to take a while but I the news emily. What's the latest across the US? Eighteen different states have reported cases of Corona Virus and eleven people have died. Ten of those deaths were in Washington. State the other in California. There are one hundred sixty three confirmed cases nationally. Globally there are over ninety thousand cases and more than three thousand deaths attributed Dacoven Nineteen Congress's pledged eight point three billion to battling the outbreak yet concerns remain regarding the availability of testing kits from the CDC. Meanwhile the markets continue to swing wildly sliding again Thursday.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

Viral: Coronavirus

04:29 min | 8 months ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

"Of all if that supply shock lasts longer if it's more equally spread around the world and then if it leads to companies realizing Oh we're not going to sell stuff so we have to start laying people off we see. We're not just shutting factories because of An illness we're GONNA shut factories because for economic reasons because we can't afford to keep them open and that starts creating a demand shock where people either lose their jobs or worried about losing their jobs and they stopped buying things. Now we've been through many many demand shocks. We've we've had lots of mild recessions where people kind of lose confidence for a while and then it comes back. The concern is right now. We are still believe it or not using a ton of tools the Federal Reserve the tax policy government spending both in the US and central banks around the world and governments around the world. We're still recovering from the financial crisis of twelve years ago and we don't have a lot of tools available so if there were to be a deep demand led recession it would probably be harder than usual for government to step in and kind of boost demand and get us back on track. Although I should emphasize we are still in the land of uncertainty there was already a lot of us that we are heading towards a recession. A global recession China's growth has been quite bad for China. Europe has been growing very very slowly and they both seem very easily tipped into something like a recession fairly quickly. But I should remind you. Yes the last recession we went through was really bad But most recessions can last a little while they can create higher than normal unemployment. But they're not all disasters. Yes Oh how are we gonNA know all of this Adam? He said that there's uncertainty but you said the stock market loves risks. So where's the where's the balance between there? Where do we go from here? So there's some basic stuff that hopefully will know very soon. We'll know not just for economic reasons. Prefer just human safety reasons. We're going to have a better sense of how infectious diseases. What it's death rate is we're going to have a sense of whether or not governments and international agencies are really stepping up in a good way or not and that information will be really helpful in placing a better context. Are we heading towards more a best case or more a worse case or most likely somewhere in the middle will also get a better sense through time at precisely how the spread of this disease is impacting the supply chain and therefore companies and therefore our jobs and our livelihood? But I would not suggest paying a lot of attention to the stock market as a bellwether of how we're doing. The stock market is sort of engineered to overreact positively negatively to everything so I recommend ignoring the stock market certainly on a daily basis And tune in to this show or other trusted sources of more sensible long looking economic information. Thanks so much. Thank you guys. Well Emily we did it. That was the first episode of viral. It's true it was our first episode. But we're not done. We'll be following the story as it moves. Look back on your feet later. This week for new episodes. I'm your host. Tj RAFAEL FOR UPDATES. In the meantime you can follow me on twitter at Tj Rafael. Just like the turtle and I'm reporter. Emily saw you can follow me on twitter as well. Let's emily underscore song underscore? Although I'm not much of a twitter so I would actually recommend you follow the CDC and W H up for further updates. Thank so much. Thanks for listening. Viral Corona virus is three UNCANNY for production rate and review the show in Apple. Podcasts HELPS LISTENERS. Like you find us. Our senior producer. Is Lena Richards? Our associate producer. Is Rima Naza additional? Help this week from Dan. Bobkov Shane McCain Adam Davidson Laura Mayor Jack Packard..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

Viral: Coronavirus

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Viral: Coronavirus

"Okay I know what you're thinking. Should I be scared of current virus? Should I be panicking freaking out feel like a lot of people who normally have a really good head on their shoulders are losing it right now and it's really hard to know what's true and what to think? I'm TJ Rafael senior producer. At three UNCANNY Ford and I'm reporter. Emily Saul we're launching a new podcast. Viral Corona virus. We're here to walk you through everything. You need to know no hype. No rumors no. Bs just the most factual reporting as up to date and accurate as possible from the most authoritative sources. We are facing new dance. We learning and mistakes can be made. We'll likely see a much more significant outbreak. I'm not scared but I'm worried. I think wearing a mask may feel good like we have some sort of barrier but I am very sad to tell you. It just doesn't work. We'll tell you what you can do now to protect yourself and your family and we'll explain calmly and clearly why so. Many people are freaked out and walk you through the reasons that this virus could disrupt her life Kovin. Nineteen is likely to have a big impact on the economy on the upcoming presidential election. On Your Life. We want to be your trusted honest. Not Sensationalized source for everything you need.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

"So epsteins dead. There's no sending him to jail but his victims can still go after his money in a civil suit. You can't sue dead person. You have to sue their state. That's Roberta Kaplan. A lawyer who has argued cases in front of the Supreme Court including the one that brought down the defense of Marriage Act and now she represents one of Epstein's victims her client who did not want to be named was referred to as minor victim number one one in epsteins criminal indictment as the indictment says he asked and she told him her age at the time so which is why she was such a crucial person for the indictment Dighton because had she given that testimony would have definitively proved that he was engaging in very serious federal crimes now that he's dead Kaplan in the victims victims are looking at a civil suit to go after Epstein's assets but he made that really hard it's unclear exactly how much money he had or where he put it but more than five hundred million dollars is locked up in the US Virgin Islands so that makes things very very complicated for my client and the many many other women in her position when someone dies their assets go through something called probate a judge rules a will is valid which starts the whole process of distributing attributing all the money and property this is also the time when someone can sue in a state and argue that they should get some of it under normal circumstances like when a not very rich person dies and leaves their money to their children uncontested probate takes. Maybe a year but none of this is normal. The Virgin Islands is a small jurisdiction I'm quite sure they've never really handled anything like this before. It's not like the New York where they're used to dealing with huge multi hundred and million dollars Assets Epstein killed himself exactly four days before a new law would take effect that allows victims of childhood sexual abuse to sue their abusers years years after the crime occurred that doesn't seem like an accident and what's more he signed a new will forty eight hours before his suicide so two the days before he died in the federal prison he assigned a new will the executives on that will or the two attorneys who help him problem for years structured his assets and as he brought to people supposedly made him judgment proof if he knows he's going to be dead. Ed and he does this and two days later. He'll be dead. I mean what does that say just trying to mess with these victims from beyond the grave. What does he care. What's happening adding to his assets. If he's going to be dead there's quite a bit out there that talks about him bragging to people over the years how he had made himself judgment proof and how all these women who eat abuse could not get at his huge wealth because he had entered into all these complicated mechanisms trust etc ought to to keep his assets safe from these women on given the fact that he bragged about that. I think I have to assume that that was his goal. Well before he died in that was his goal and changing the will why anyone's kind of psyche would do. I'm not a shrink I can't. I can't give you an opinion about that but my guess is. That's what he was thinking. A civil case against an estate in probate in the Virgin Islands would probably drag on for a very long time like years and there's no guarantee that the victims would end up getting what they want so Kaplan's trying to arrange a group settlement. Obviously these women were were terribly damaged. My client was terribly damaged. Our judicial system has ways of putting a dollar figure on that and it should and she should get compensated up and stated for the injury. She suffered well. It might not it's not like a broken arm feel like you again in a in a car wreck or something like that what what she suffers actually far worse in far more damaging to her so she should get compensation for that on top of that. I think for her to finally get a a dollar figure from the man or the estate of the man who so abused her for so long will feel to her vindication. It is not the same thing as vindication education in a criminal trial obviously and the only reason think about it the only reason she was willing how gutsy of it was for her to be willing to show up an open open federal courtroom in testify She's not going to get that but I do believe that she will feel some sense of of vindication in I hope peace that she truly will get that fresh start that she's hoping for Attorney Roberta Kaplan so how do we look at Jeffrey Epstein and what what he got away with. What does this story say about who we are as a culture at this moment. Epstein Cross paths with everyone from Bill Oh Clinton to Donald Trump and they all seem to have something in common they were rich and powerful men crossed the political and professional spectrum and they have an abiding biding tastes for much younger women and they're willing to abuse their power to get them perversely and not unruly women. WanNa look young forever. That's why there's a multibillion dollar industry boxing foreheads and coloring grey hairs so he's the Epstein case extraordinary or is it representative Jeff how come you didn't have to hide it better. Maybe because it was so easy not to have to hide we'll follow epsteins trail and examine the elite circuit that runs between Park Avenue in Palm Beach Jefferson. Yeah likes to hang around with beautiful women who were also younger like I could say that about a lot of men I know like I'm not a lot rich met. He's just he's literally. Almost a half a step away from many people that are in the line of the law stepped over it. We'll hear from epsteins friends and those who witnessed his rise to power firsthand I would really amash the marine on Wall Street Greece and a criminal Mesh to my we'll hear from epsteins accusers. They'll tell us their own stories. It's not how Jeffrey died but it's how he lives and we need to get to the bottom of everybody who's involved with that starting with. Gillan Maxwell and I won't stop fighting. I will never be silenced until these people are brought to justice a- We'll talk with researchers about what drives this kind of abuse. There is probably at other Jeffrey Epstein Right now happening in this country and our systems are failing victims it is happening right under our noses and when people do come forward they are not relieved and we'll hear from people who have worked inside the federal legal system to find out what comes comes next. This investigation was backwards on every level from the get-go the only conclusion that I draw from all oh that kind of behavior is the diversities off the rails. None of that shit should ever happen ever broken. Jeffrey Epstein is produced by three uncanny four productions our senior producers. TJ Rafael and Krista ripple Dan Bobkov is our showroom. Our research team is Jack pandered Oliver Lazarus Matt Hauser our engineer and Casey Holford composed the theme our special correspondent and executive producer is Julie Brown are other executive producers are Adam Davidson Laura Mayor Adam McKay and Kevin Mesic ethic for questions or comments about our show email broken at three uncanny four dot com share your thoughts on twitter with the Hash Tag Broken Jeffrey Epstein Esteem. You can follow me Avio Skis which is AV L. S. K. I. E. S. Follow Julie Brown at J. P. Journalist Rate and review the show at Apple podcasts it helps other listeners like you find us and one note we know about Epstein in his crimes because of local journalism Alyssum because the Miami Herald supported Julie Brown's investigation. It's a good reminder of the essential value of old fashioned reporting subscribe to local local newspapers like the Herald which still have such an important role to play in our civic life for broken. I'm Arielle Levy. We'll be back next week..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"On his good heart guys, a nice guy respectable guy. But. There's got to be a, but it's gotta be a but had to be. But you've got this dickhead out there. They're just still wife 'cause people is crazy. Let me tell you something. I'm about to show you something right now. Hold on our speaking of one of my kids. He sent me this December first your what? You're what happened? I got jumped when that it out right now, they charge a slice me up. But look what he sent me. Eric shows me this photo of one of his kids in this program. It's a selfie. He's probably thirteen or fourteen with a huge bloody gash running up the whole side of his neck up to behind his ear. They jumped them you. Don't think yet the fight for his life. Little look close. That is to us dope. They tried to get his throat. You don't think he? Think the fight was life. I'm telling to get u s in the gym, you you see what my power was get yo ass in the gym. You don't think he's trying to fight? Like this little world that make believe world that you people made up on. No where we love everyone. Yeah. Okay. That's how I was supposed to be. But what goes as a supposed to be? You're a human on human. And we make mistakes. Right. We fuck up. Right. You don't think it's going to be a fight? If they if there's gonna be a fight that mean, everything is perfect. You know, perfect world use your head for more than a hat rack getting into a fight. Got fight. You got to learn. Pick one note go to the gym go take jujitsu come to my gym south box gym, it's about not putting yourself in that circumstance. But if you're in that circumstance, you know, how to handle yourself. What's wrong with insurance? Worried about whatever it was saying that to be a man you had to be willing to fight. I don't think that's true for every man. But for people like Eric who needed to fight so often that it became the basis of his identity. It took a lot more for him to let go violence as a baseline as I get older, those impulses are disappearing for me, and to be honest with you that direct line between violence and man. But nowadays feels like it's been keeping me from growing. But the truth is, I know exactly what Eric is talking about. It's how we came up. A lot of kids do. Week. We're going to talk about how boys learn about sex. My guest will be someone who went through her teens is the only girl in her circle of friends inexperience that led to her to teach sex Ed as a calling if you want to join the conversation, call eight oh, five main oh, seven or eight oh, five six two six eight seven seven and leave me a message about where you got your first ideas about what sex is or what it's supposed to be. And up is hosted by me, eight minutes. My producers, Cambridge ruse. Daniel Hewitt are executive producers Jeffrey bloomer and low and loo Gabriel Roth is the editor aerial director of slate podcasts. And you Thomas is the senior managing producer of slate podcasts TJ Rafael is the senior producer of the slight podcast network. You can Email me at man up at slate dot com and tell me what you think of the show and offer suggestions is there a conversation. You think we should have let us know please leave review and apple podcasts over ever you like to listen, we'll be back next week with more men.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"I definitely am. Thank you very much. All right. Well, thanks for joining us on hip parade the bridge. Thank you, Chris. Oh, man. Chris record. Here is really not good. I think it's been about six months since I've actually gotten that question. Right. Well, I kinda love our listeners for it. But I mean that was a hard question. I I was really hard. I didn't know that Creedence Clearwater revival was from California. I always thought that they were some sort of, you know, Louisiana swamp ban because that's sound like, right? No that much I knew and that's one of the interesting paradox of credence as a band is that they sound like they're from the by. They even had a hit called born on the bayou, but they are from California, and, you know, their leader, John Fogerty is this really interesting figure he he's almost like the ultimate American hit maker fifty years ago in the sense that he had you know, elements of rock and country and pop and even a little bit of in be like their first big hit was was an R&_B cover all baked into this music. He wrote in and he he wrote these just irrepressible songs that were instantly. Catchy. And in the case of a song problem. Mary iconic. There's a reason why that became a hit twice not only by credence, but then just a year later for continue Turner, as you know, in a much more Aren be rave up for him. So I wanna talk about this unusual record that Creedence Clearwater revival has it's one of the fun bits of chart trivia, if you talk to billboard Chartered's, everybody likes to recite this data point that credence have five number two hits. And they never went to number one. But also talk a little bit. As you saw that last trivia question about the number one hits that blocked credence some of them are classics. I I mentioned three of them in that question. Some of them are not and one of the things I like to remind people of that as great as the sixties were and is amazing. The music of the sixties was a lot of the hits of sixty eight sixty nine seventy we're not classics. You know, they were, you know, goofy little novelty records that you know, were just a massive hits in their day and credence was blocked. By songs as great as bridge over troubled water, and let's call the more minor hits. And we'll we'll talk about them when we do our next full length episode. So I'm really excited to listen. Because I think this is some trivia, you probably don't know. But my go-to karaoke song is proud Mary really excited. Yes. It is. It's it's it is the credence version. Interesting. Yeah. I think it's just one of the reasons I pick it for karaoke strategy is it's a song. Everybody knows and loves so the singing of the crowd around you really drowns me out. So it's it's really more strategy. But I can't wait to listen. I'm a big fan of CR, so I'm really looking forward to it. And thank you so much again for having me on this episode of the bridge. It's always a pleasure to have you on teacher. I'm TJ Rafael, the senior producer for this league podcast network, and I'm personal anti coupon marching on the one..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"Give us a chance to catch up with our listeners and enjoy some trivia this month. I am delighted as always to be joined by the colleague who helps me take it to the bridge slate podcasts senior producer TJ Rafael. Hey TJ. Hey, chris. Welcome back. Great to have you as always think you so much for having me on I feel like we have so much to talk about today, especially me being Gaga superfan. I know I don't know that you've ever been more excited about a hip parade up. So then you were about the guy. I am I wrong. I mean when you first emailed me about it. I was like, yes, please. Let's do it. So I'm really glad that you chose that as a topic. But one thing that you mentioned in the show is that lady Gaga has come under fire recently for her collaboration. Her twenty thirteen collaboration with our Kelly and her comments kind of following that in her defense of him. She kind of said something to the effect of people make up a lot of things about me and kind of deflected really the allegations the very serious allegations. That have followed our Kelly's career for very long time. And it kind of surprised me in a way given Gaga twenty fifteen song till it happens to you which was written and performed for the documentary the hunting ground, which is about rape on college campuses. And because lady Gaga has been such a vocal advocate really in the year sense that song for victims of sexual violence. Sexual trauma. You know, it really got me thinking about the metoo movement in the industry, and R Kelly, and you know, I really would love to know your thoughts about it you touched on it a little bit in episode. But can you give us a little bit more on that? Sure. Well, as you know, we did not play. Do it you want the duet between lady Gaga are Kelly in the upper sewed. It's one of the few big gogga hits that we actually did not play in the episode, and it wasn't a tough call given the mute are Kelly movement. I felt it was important to stand with those who are not playing r Kelly's music this time, and particularly given the fact that Gaga herself literally during the month that we were putting the together walked back and polish sized for her comments. And as I said in the upper sewed actually removed. Do what you want from art pop her album on Spotify and apple music and other services. So that wasn't a tough call the larger question is, you know, how are Kelly has continued to be. Supported by this music industry by other artists. This has been the sixty four million dollar question. For me, too is when is the music business out of all the content industries..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Does. And that's it for today show. We now present to you in verbatim form a text interaction. Among the members of the staff today nine fifty one AM Pierre, amac. Hey, I've got some neck pain and looking to visit my masseuse at one today. I'll be working from home this morning and coming in at two thirty to forty five as long as that's okay with you. Both sure you're now Daniel Schrader, of course, thumbs up be aware. This will be mentioned in the credits. Oh, I hope. So it's from poor form jumping jacks. If that helps the writing in my defense, they were power jumping jacks. Look them up. Ask your masseuse frantically digging a larger hole in this matter is good for your neck. Aka no mouth emoji ELO. This'll be fun TJ Rafael is senior producer of slate podcasts. She put in a full day despite Ralph ING to combat a nasty injury incurred during a spirited session of tournament. Red Rover the gist. We're looking forward to seeing our chiropody to counteract the turf toe. We got during the World Series of duck duck goose Debra do Peru and thanks for listening. At merrill. It all starts with you, the U who's a caring parent, the U who's carrying four apparent no matter. What your priorities are Merrill provides advice and guidance to help you live the life you want. Learn more at m L dot com slash you.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Does. And that's it for today show. We now present to you in verbatim form a text interaction. Among the members of the staff today nine fifty one AM Pierre, amac. Hey, I've got some neck pain and looking to visit my masseuse at one today. I'll be working from home this morning and coming in at two thirty to forty five as long as that's okay with you. Both sure you're now Daniel Schrader, of course, thumbs up be aware. This will be mentioned in the credits. Oh, I hope. So it's from poor form jumping jacks. If that helps the writing in my defense, they were power jumping jacks. Look them up. Ask your masseuse frantically digging a larger hole in this matter is good for your neck. Aka no mouth emoji ELO. This'll be fun TJ Rafael is senior producer of slate podcasts. She put in a full day despite Ralph ING to combat a nasty injury incurred during a spirited session of tournament. Red Rover the gist. We're looking forward to seeing our chiropody to counteract the turf toe. We got during the World Series of duck duck goose Debra do Peru and thanks for listening. At merrill. It all starts with you, the U who's a caring parent, the U who's carrying four apparent no matter. What your priorities are Merrill provides advice and guidance to help you live the life you want. Learn more at m L dot com slash you.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"So why do I think that that might be better? Than the good guy who just can't get it done. Well, sometimes failure can taint a worthy goal. So sometimes a president with a bad agenda who fails serves out to be in the public interest because when the agenda fails, the agenda is discredited exhibit one President, George W Bush's plan to privatize social security the plan failed. It was very much discredited as an idea it proved unpopular and no one thinks it's a good idea or good politics now, so bad agenda, failing better for America. Then good agenda failing exhibit to let's go to Woodrow Wilson. We have his domestic policy representing what of these strains and his foreign policy representing another. Let's take the foreign policy that is a good agenda that failed. So he wanted to join the league of nations he wanted to engage diplomatically that idea failed cut you World War Two when the president with a good idea fails, it's pretty bad. But you know, domestically especially with race relations. He was a president with a bad agenda who passed that is clearly the worst because we got more segregation and more racism in America. Thanks, which are Wilson. So bad ideas. Failing might actually be preferable to good ideas. Failing just in terms of the long term health of those ideas when Hillary Clinton she had a good idea about healthcare, but it failed. I think that probably set the idea of healthcare back quite a bit. Of course, succeeding would have been better. But an and I'm glad she tried. You gotta try but failure it taints. It discredits it sets back. Good ideas. Now, let's go to Trump Trump is a president with terrible ideas, and ideas have mostly been failing. They've been failing to become policy. Yes. Of course. He got his two supreme court justices on am not going to wish away that. But in terms of what he can do from this point forward. I think he can mostly be I hope he can mostly be a fail. President with a failed agenda, and that's not so bad. Of course, just him being there and saying the things he says that has costs the costs are some somewhat psychological the idea of normalization, I'll give some credit to. I mean, it's not good. It's going to depress us every day. But here's a failure. And I think he will continue to fail. So a lot of people heard that interview with Chris Wallace as a confirmation of President Trump's sad state one story even said that you were in a quote cocoon of bitterness and resentment Trump rebutted that idea right off the bat. But then spent the remaining interview confirming it with his every denial deflections and inter-nation so there he is trapped in that resentful bidder cocoon from which I strongly doubt a splendid butterfly will any day emerge. And that's it for today show here be anime and Daniel Schrader produced the gist. They do so with a vicious violence in a violent terribleness characteristic of find journalists everywhere TJ Rafael is the gist senior producer, she's not vicious or suspicious. Just a lovely delicious. The gist. We're not terrible or unbearable perhaps overly cerebral and uncomparable. I'm working there. Br Debra do prove and thanks for listening. At merrill. It all starts with you the U who's a caring parent, the U who's caring for a parent. No matter what your priorities are Merrill provides advice and guidance to help you live the life you want. Learn more at m L dot com slash you.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Imagine a podcast that might go. Like this. Hello. I'm calling TIMMY Haggerty. This is Tim Hagerty. Yes. This is Mike Pesca of the gist. And we're trying to reach TIMMY, Haggerty to talk about the issue of three D Nanno scale maps of bacteria's, chemical composition. Well, I'm Tim Hagerty. I don't really understand what you're saying. Well, according to my notes, there is a TIMMY Haggerty. Residing at this address. Who will one day be an expert in this of of a nine year old son to me? Oh, very good. Is he good at science is could you put him on the phone? Hi, TIMMY, Jimmy, have you ever thought of being a scientist? Yes. That's what I want to be. When I grow up. Well, we wanted to an interview with you about the three D Nanno scale map of bacteria's, chemical composition. Okay. And I was wondering would you mind getting good grades in high school to get into a good college and majoring in biology do that and doing graduate work in a lab? Sure. That sounds good. And then coming on my podcast to talk about three d Nanno scale maps of bacteria's chemical composition once you've gotten the appropriate credentials and knowledge that's swell. Mr. might take twenty two years. But can we talk then that's great TIMMY, just hold the line? Okay. Maybe that idea is a long shot. But if you think citizen Kane was a great movie what you're really saying is that you like this long elaborate setup for the one relevant piece of information, which was Rosebud in the case of citizen. Kane you watch the sopranos not for don't stop believing. But for all the stuff that came before what is art other than the setup that gets us to the credits. I say ponder this as we are joined now by former deputy secretary of state during the Clinton administration Strobe Talbott, thanks for joining us, Mr. Talbot. Glad Had to be be with with him. him. And that's it for today show that just was produced by Pierre bien a man Daniel Schrader way peer period there. Daniel Daniel, you Pierre Pierre can you hear Daniel Daniel. Can you guys be? Okay. Okay. No. All right. Then I guess I gotta go to TJ Rafael, she senior producer of sleep podcasts. She wants worked a catering job at the Brier country club and has a full leather handbag from H M she's hoping for the believes post, but will hold out for Costa Rica, the gist. Think of us is the blue steel for your ears. The.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"So they get that recognition from those other people. Ultimately, though human motivation is kind of weird. I think if you if you think Paul Allen in that first space x prize, the prize was ten million dollars and Paul Allen spent twenty six million dollars to win it. But Paul Allen co founded Microsoft. I mean, he's worth billions of dollars. So it seemed like it wasn't really about money right prizes work to spur innovation just not in the simple way. We might think. If you had to make a pie chart of John Harrison's motivations, kind of like weighing out, always x percent. This x. percent is what kind of what would that pie chart work like his motivations for solving the launch problem. I would give them a good ninety percent for just because it's there. And maybe the other ten for the money. I'm Seth Stevenson. I'm Tom Standish. The secret history of the future is joint production of sleet and the economist it's produced by Bart warshaw and Kate Holland editorial help was provided by Gabriel Roth, the senior producer for sleep. Podcasts, TJ Rafael executive producers are Stephen tie for sleep podcasts and macelroy for the economist especial, thank you to Hudson river community sailing, which us sailboat for this episode HR is a place that I've been sailing for years. There are wonderful nonprofit that teaches math and physics and leadership to New York City public school kids by getting them out on boats. Oh, you know, you could do though. Tom, when we come around, there's not when we come around to pull out a sheep. Well, you when we when when the when the gym goes across after across, you're gonna take this off in the way to do is just pull straight up and it was kind of unwinded so that it okay over here. Yep. Yep. Get here. You might have to hang on that to to this. We'll see how it. Okay. This is going to be you're gonna. Tell me what to that that rope coat. In your hands and pretty obvious, but I'll tell you when you can release the all shouted out to you all be real skippering, bark out commands ready about. Tell me you're ready crew ready. Hard, a Lee that means pushing the tiller to lead lured to the side. This further in the win and we were coming about, we are tacking, we're going through the wind, the nose of the boat is going through the winds days. We were on a port tack. We are now going to be on a star tech, released the windward chip. She Tom. Job hall in the Lou. The working Keith one on pulling all that. Seating and good sheeting gyp. Okay. Go any further. Okay. And now we are sailing south with the current. We have committed sailing. We that was the ceiling maneuver. That was the ceiling maneuver that was attack. Yeah, we came about leave. Event. A nice breeze again.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"Gonna make you use these calls instead of having your own. So I think you probably can't get to that vision, but it may require quite coalition to do it the other, that the spectrum. But I think you've got the dystopia d- view in places that have a very laissez faire approach. They'll say, look, they're gonna just back on that. People do whatever they want to do. So today, when you'll say, has an argument about whether there should be congestion charging, whether there should be HANA taxes on Ugo, whatever. It's really all those little decisions that are going to shape the future. And that's why I think is really important that we don't just think about to in a tactical way, but we can say, once the final vision that we won't and and how will these decisions that we make today contributing to that because there isn't a single future hit possible options. Need to sort of signed off and five for the one that we won't. I guess the important thing to remember is that none of this is set in stone just like an eighteen ninety-nine. It wasn't preordained that the automobile was going to be king of the road central park west didn't have to look the way that it looks. Now we just let this accumulation of small decisions happen over time. We have one hundred or thousand different Thomas vehicle futures. I think we have to decide what future we want and recognize that the technology is a tool we can use for the future we choose instead of as this inevitable future that we have to line up behind. I'm Seth Stevenson and I'm Tom standard. The secret history of the future is a joint production of slate and the economist which produced by Bart warshaw and Kate Holland editorial help was provided by Gabriel Roth, senior producer for slate. Podcasts is TJ Rafael. Executive producers are Stephen tie for sleep podcasts and and macelroy for the economist next week on the secret history of the future. It's sort of delightful that the first network history also had the first hack in history that attacks are as old as systems and that any system that can be subverted eventually will be thanks for listening. If you haven't already subscribe to the show on apple podcasts or wherever you listen..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"And this guy's retiring after this term, I wanna say this. I think preponderance of the evidence is too high. There's another lower standard, substantial evidence. I don't know exactly what percent to put on these enders. I know this preponderance of the evidence is anything more than fifty percent. And then there's been a lot of study into what reasonable doubt means in terms of percentage their studies that you can do to figure out how jurists think of beyond all reasonable doubt. Ninety five percent is the number that most of these studies come up with a round ninety five percent. But what if you thought there was a forty percent chance that the sexual assault happened? Would it still be okay to confirm him? What if it were a thirty percent chance? If there's a thirty percent chance that you're voting for a person who could become a Justice on the supreme court? Would you still vote for that person know this if there were two justices or two potential justices that came before you and you thought they each had a thirty percent chance of committing some horrible crime, then it's more likely than not that one of them would have committed the crime. So I don't know what the lowest number is that you would accept as an acceptable chance that the sexual assault actually occurred. Ten percent is two percent to percents. An interesting number to think about ponder this. Let's say every democrat votes against Cavan on the Senate needs all fifty-one Republicans to confirm him. If fifty one. People press a button, and that button has only a two percent chance of electrocuting them. It is more likely than not that one of those people will be electrocuted. Look, I'd knowledge it's getting kind of metaphysical. We're not talking about all senators playing percentage odds which has a distinct, two percent chance. This isn't a game of plink. Oh, and I don't mean just in terms of seriousness or the stakes. I mean in conceptualizing this, this is one thing that happened with one percent chance that it happened only. There's not really a chance at happened or didn't the thing either happened or the thing didn't happen, but I'm talking about the judgment that senators make in the acceptable percent that they are wrong. So what I'm saying is if you were to be a good person, responsible legislator fully, executing your responsibility to advise and consent. If you think there. Is any reasonable chance that this happened defined how you will? I would say somewhere around the mid to high single digits, then you should probably vote against putting Cavanaugh on the court unless you're willing to say, look, it may have happened, I'm okay with voting him onto the supreme court. Despite my doubts. Now, what the senators will say is I have no doubt. But what they will mean is I don't even care to explore my doubts. I just want him as a damn Justice. Justice be damned. And that's it. For today's show. The gist was produced by Pierre BMA Daniel Schrader. They do a good job despite not fully being out of their awkward phases. TJ Rafael is senior producer of slate, podcasts. She is a practitioner of the largely controversial eastern philosophy of stretching before jogging. We would like to credit at least Fisher. She is the composer and performer of the music that you heard. After her interview ties executive producer of sleet podcasts, he understands a lot of things, but that does not include middle schoolers, the gist as an eighth grader. I would get kicked off the morning announcements for fending the sensibilities of some of the your homeroom teachers. That is not a joke. Also, my eighth grade yearbook. I was predicted to be the future valedictorian of the Howard Stern school of broadcasting. So what I'm saying is, don't worry eighth graders. We all have the capacity to change one to two percent Deborah to Peru, and thanks for. Winning.

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"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"I don't think the case is closed, but I think it's really important to think about the reasons why she didn't tell anyone at the time and the reasons why she hasn't come forward until now. And what do you think about that? I think that knowing. Again, the behavior that young man at private boys schools around Washington behave indulged in that time and knowing the culture of the time. I think it's very credible like it. It comports very much with it sounds a lot like things that I saw or heard about happening in the mung people. I knew and the idea that she would mention it seems a hundred percent congruent with with what I would expect from a woman that time or girl at time just was the was the culture was not welcoming to it, and it wasn't. She wouldn't have been taken too seriously, and it would have been dismissed as, oh, you know, just these boys being boys and and it would have been a, he said, she said at best and. It's not. Yeah, and no reason to think that she would have this young? Yes. Yeah. There's no reason to think that she would have been able to come forward successfully and gotten anywhere. I mean, especially given that there was no as she describes it, there was no, it wasn't a rape. It was an attempt at, say, rape, nothing, half there. I mean, nothing Mazda things happened, but there was no sexual. This meant that she didn't have any like physical evidence. You know, as soon as it was over, she wouldn't have had that. Alright, Emily, I found your, you're just a flatter you before we leave your analysis about why why this nomination might have to go down while Republicans might think this needs to go down extremely persuasive. And I think you're right that if like either it will go down. Either they'll pull it or there won't be hearings because they have hearings as you say, it will be too, too risky. Sure at all right. I mean, one person we haven't talked about in all this is President Trump has demonstrated lots of affinity for standing by men who denies sexual misconduct allegations himself in that group. Right? And so the idea that he's gonna agree to go down without a fight like that's kind of wild card and all of this. But you know, I do confess I had a lot of conversations over the summer with male law. Professors telling me that this confirmation was inevitable that Cavanaugh was the best liberals could hope for that. Everyone should just roll over for it. And I have obviously had no idea this was out there, but you know, like sometimes the world is an unpredictable place and all these claims that he was such a great guy like maybe there was something else going on there. It's certainly the case. Another thing comes out if there's some other story about some gross misbehavior relating to women that comes out about him, especially. One where he's an adult. I think that is unsurvivable. That is for sure. True. Yeah, but let's not decide that we need. No, no second cues are like, let's not set that bar. I hear you, but I just want to make clear that we're not saying we think that's necessary. Right? That is your special edition of the gab fest for an we've as lawn. I'm David plots. Thanks to Daniel Hewitt TJ Rafael for engineering and producing the show. We will be back for regular show on Thursday..

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"tj rafael" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tj rafael" Discussed on The Takeaway

"In fact what every economic model that takes into account the extra debt has found and i think actually over the longer run would ever small benefits there are two cutting tax rates would be more than outweighed by the economic cost of a large increase in the debt we'll jason firm and democrats have not gotten a say in these tax bills and they're not going to if it reaches the president's desk what's your line when you look at the balance here between tax cuts eliminating some of the tax write offs and the estate tax cuts at the top i think on balance this is a bill that will exacerbate inequality that will add to our budget deficit that may cause a little bit extra growth especially in the short run but over the longer run any of those benefits will be undermined by the increase in the debt so i think overall no it was a real missed opportunity to actually do a meaningful reform of the type that we did on a bipartisan basis in 1980 sex jason firm and former chairman of the council of economic advisers under president obama jason thanks again thanks for having me well before we leave you today it seems like a good day to do something we don't do very often on the show and that's credits the takeaway is produced by isabelle angel alexandra bo t j cow it vince fairchild rob guenther amber hall oliver lazarus ethan obermann dana roberson and elizabeth ross we had helped today from sarah kirsan nicole rothwell is our intern tj rafael is our digital producer david gable is our administrative assistant ellen franklin is our senior producer and our executive producer is ergun show i'm todd's willockx interim host of the takeaway thank you so much for listening and for being with us today more tomorrow this is the tickled.

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