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"vang" Discussed on Thrillist's Best

Thrillist's Best

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"vang" Discussed on Thrillist's Best

"Being fairly laid back and through our conversation. We're also going to be hearing from some other locals of note chefs musicians writers and more twin city residents who shared dustin unrelenting love of minneapolis saint paul and all they have to offer. Let's get right to it. I'm wolf fulton and this is thrown explorers. I think everyone should take a trip to the twin cities like super fun. I'd never say the twin cities outside of this context people in town of look me really weird. If i was like hey dude. We live in the twin cities. But that's a good question. Because what i'm reading up. These questions are oblique. Should i call the twin cities..

San Francisco, Los Angeles Police to Increase Presence in Asian American Communities

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 2 months ago

San Francisco, Los Angeles Police to Increase Presence in Asian American Communities

"California cities are stepping up patrols and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities following the deadly mass shooting in Atlanta Tuesday night. It left eight people dead, including six Asian women in both San Francisco and Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Police Police say say they're they're stepping stepping up up patrols patrols in in neighborhoods neighborhoods with with high high numbers numbers of of Asian Asian American American residents residents and and visitors. visitors. Sacramento Sacramento City City Councilwoman. Councilwoman. My My Vang Vang says says racism racism is nothing new for the community. I think just throughout the past year, eyes been incredibly hard on our Asian American Pacific Islander community on it's really a long history of racism, not just against our Asian Americans means that all communities and Until we stand in solidarity and recognized the humanity of all people of Asian Americans of black, Latino and indigenous community than hatred and bigotry will continue thing is one of several lawmakers calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to appoint an Asian American attorney general to replace heavier be Sarah. His final approval for health and human services secretary under President Biden is expected later this morning.

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Violent crime keeps rising in Houston. Could COVID be the reason why?

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:29 min | 6 months ago

Violent crime keeps rising in Houston. Could COVID be the reason why?

"A streak of violence in houston continued overnight. Ktar k tv reports. Three people were killed and two injured and four separate shootings in the area last night that follows a deadly domestic incident in western. Houston that left. Five people shot and at least two dead houston's murder rate and other types of crimes have been rising in recent months as the pandemic continues to stress. Nearly every part of many people's lives well houston's murder rate is higher than it's been in a decade and here in harris county the murder rate is also a thirty percent since this time last year. Our own brenda boundaries has more on. How much of a role. The pandemic and other factors play into that increase in violent crime logo. Police are reporting sharp rises in violent crime including domestic violence murder and assault. Dr howard henderson is the founding director. Just as research at texas southern university. He's says the pandemic has increased the level of inequality between those who can afford to stay home and those who can't with limited funds limited resources and no positive outlets a win the the day on a break and so the frustration. Vang self out particularly in domestic violence around this country and particularly them henderson matters the pandemic and a reason increasing calls to defend the police make it difficult to predict what is to come. He's as one solution for. Police is to be stationed at high violence hotspots instead of low crime areas which drained resources houston police. Chief recently announced a plan to target crime hotspots with additional officers.

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"vang" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"vang" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"So I'm when I meet a fellow. Asian Americans who are not coming from a Christian or Catholic perspective. How do you view union with your child? How do you talk about Christmas? Is it really just an American holiday at that kind of what it is? Yeah Yeah so you a and you have presence and right all of that so so I remember when I was much like high school. And what's more of an asshole I I would. I would question my Buddhist friends like so like. Why did you guys ever Christmas Tree? Like it's like and in those days. I just? I didn't fathom that because I was. I was deep in the Christian culture. I didn't fathom that Christmas is also kind of become this American secular time of year right to to have these various. Trappings in your house. Smells like a forest through. You know those kinds of things so you know I would certainly not challenge anybody today but I just think it's interesting that there's you know certain practices that have just been grabbed hold by American culture as a whole and saying no this is. This is kind of our calendar. Right this is the rhythm of our year right now. Your husband is in the military is in the army. His in the navy over Navy does he go to see his on CD. Wow how many months is that. We've been on. He's been on CD for what he's not out to see but he does go out to sea. Yeah he'll come back in the but It's been about three years since you've been in Virginia and so that's how long he's been on. Cd We actually found out that will be moving next year. So we're excited to wear yeah. Washington Oh naval space there or something. Yeah Oh okay. Yeah unfortunately when we're recording this recently there have been three shootings on naval bases. I saw that like what's going on harbor. The one is North Carolina. No Florida Florida. Pensacola Pensacola So anyway I just hope they figure out what's going on and yeah yeah. Yeah you'd think just walking around on a military base. You're not at risk but you know well. I think people would probably have the you know. They don't plan to come out alive. No killed themselves right. Yeah Yeah Well. On that very depressing note. I don't want to I think. Now racking my brain Victoria I think I I found out about you on this facebook group that we're both part of the Asian. Broadcasters Association is at Yeah Okay so shout out to Lee and Andrew. Who are the ones putting all this work? It's just amazing to me. How many asian-american podcasters are out there? Right now and and so I just want to give them credit because because of their work I founded about your podcast and causes been are always on my radar to get other than East Asians on my program. It's like that's when they miss it. You and here. We are talking. Whatever works. Thought you had about being nervous. I hope you found that you are a natural kiss. Thank you and it help. I mean achieved. What it is that you hope to gain from this. I was really excited but I was super nervous because like I said it's it's probably just as idea that you know I wanna represent our community while and and so yeah well again. I think that's the Asian voice in your head and in the American voice says. Hey you know what? Who's an expert? Yeah don't want to do it and it's better to get it out there so you're helping some people and other people think you're not qualified or I'm not qualified to bad turn it off. So that's right. That's what I feel like as a bicultural like I'm getting kind of the best of both worlds. So so there's this hesitancy like I don't want to over. Speak OR SPEAK. GotTa turn or yeah at the same time. It doesn't like I don't have something to say. So do I wait until I have a doctorate in this? And then they're going to be some of the doctrine the opposite position and then you still don't get to talk so thank you very much for for being who you are and forgetting your message out there for many of our listeners. Who ARE PROBABLY NOT MOWING AMERICAN? I still think you should tune in because there's just a lot of good human healing self worth development stuff that Victoria puts out and and even though. I'm old enough to be Your Dad. I mean I felt like that's really good and I'm encouraged. Younger is already waking up to a lot of these things that it took me longer to figure out so think you're way ahead of the curve. I think especially the young Manga Americans. Listen to your podcast. They're going to benefit so much both because of your own experience understanding of the Mon Culture but also the experience of being an American so good for you that you didn't talk yourself out of doing this. I'm yeah Yeah.

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"vang" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"vang" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"I've actually asked my grandma I asked her. Do you want to go back if you could? Would you go back and she? Interestingly said no that she she understands that where she is now is much better than where she was Back then But that she doesn't deny that the struggle is real. It's hard but that he is blessed to be here what Southeast Asian country. Were your grandparents from so The most most people most people like my parents and grandparents they came to America from loud and then and then from Lhasa Thailand when they were fleeing fleeing from the government during the time the war so they came in Thailand and then to America assumes refugee camp refugee camps in Thailand and then to how long how long they stayed in the refugee camp in Thailand I wouldn't I couldn't tell you but they I know they stay there for at least a year or so even or more Even now they're probably still individuals who you know. Yes they have a lot longer than they want to. Yeah those are not great places to stay a long time. Do you remember growing up hearing them. Tell some stories of hardships and the refugee not my grandparents. You know they don't talk about it unless you ask. And even if you ask they may not want to talk about it Even my mom and my dad I do ask them. But my mother says that she doesn't have much recollection of what the refugee camps were really light except that it wasn't the best conditions and that It was cold. Yeah so I don't really remember or my mom. She says she doesn't remember much with with a young kids then in the refugee camps. Yeah yeah on. The among came issues young kid. My Dad came and he leads Maybe like teenager okay. Now what I was able to find on the Internet So you may have more current numbers but as of twenty eleven two thousand eleven there about two hundred fifty thousand a quarter of a million Mung Americans and mostly living in California and Minnesota. Do you know if if the number is much bigger than that now. Probably yeah definitely and I can understand moving to California and and My experience with Mung in California's been mainly in the central part the Central Valley Fresno Right Y weather wise. Why in the world would mountainous monkey route to Saint Paul Minnesota? I'm in Minnesota of all. That's a good question. I don't know I couldn't tell you but I know that many families came on sponsorship. So it it be just you go where the families are where you have relatives and you kind of hunker down regardless right. Because they don't really have a choice so I'm but I can tell you that many people do move at my parents. They weren't in California. My mom she came to Colorado first and then her family moved to California so there are a lot of people that move around especially if there's family there already than than it's easier for them to move and build a life there I I've come to understand that Many of the people in Minnesota were talking about mostly white American MINNESOTANS. They missed this really hospitable attitude towards New People Right. I mean some of the largest number of Chinese adoptees is to Minnesota families. I remember being at us. I Dunno saint. Paul was a small regional airport waiting to catch a flight to somewhere and a plane landed. And all these Chinese infants were coming off in the arms of their watchers. Whatever guardians and there's all these white families waiting to receive the right and with their balloons and stuff and as thinking you know I again. I don't know the circumstances that made all these usually girls There was the one child policy in China. But now here the are now. They're going to grow up with that kind of Minnesota accent with blonde. You know family and so it wasn't surprising to me when I also heard how many Christian families in particular's in Minnesota sponsored Southeast Asian refugees. So I think I think you're spot on right that basically the door was opened in Minnesota. Yeah I also remember reading in the La Times of decades ago when this first started happening and the the monster showing up in Fresno Lot of these folks were mountain people they. They hadn't really lived in residential city kind of things and they were put into low-income government housing. And the article was talking about. And you know maybe this is not all the families but this one particular that they were highlighting. They said they'd never seen a toilet before and so they are won't. This is a great place to wash our rice right and clean and then they oh I guess this is the wash button and then the rice disappear right right or they would. They'd never used a stove and so it would build a little charcoal fire. There and I was just I still remember this because my mind was just being blown. Because it's like. Wow these people it's like they're living further back in time and then they're just kind of through a time tunnel dropped into modern society. I would imagine that that kind of stress especially on the parents to head put tremendous pressure on the families and stuff I mean is. Is there a history? Were those initial families that came. They really had to struggle. Not just with language and stuff but just a different way of life. Why Yeah Oh. Yeah definitely and And you know I I feel like it's unfortunate 'cause for me. I wish that I could speak to my grandparents more about their experience. But there's a language barrier so I I can't them and like I said for my parents when they came to one story that I remember is my dad said that when he got off the plane the first thing he noticed the snow he's never seen snow before and he was just amazed by this white thing falling from the sky and how he lives just fascinated with cars in that there were so many different types of cars So yeah think that that the.

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Pastor Ken Fong on His Daughter's Evolving Relationship to Christianity

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

11:30 min | 1 year ago

Pastor Ken Fong on His Daughter's Evolving Relationship to Christianity

"Wife and I when we adopted our daughter even before we became parents. We had made it. I think mental decision to not be tiger parents and more specifically when it came to religion that although we have a preference Both of us were raised as Christians. Well my wife doesn't come rechristened family. But she was going to church ever since she was a young kid We definitely WANNA raise our children that way but with the understanding that they had to kind of come to make a decision themselves at some point In order for it to have any meaning. And when you you know understand things that way you understand that your children as they grow older aren't always going to make decisions like you hope they will so our daughter now is twenty one and she's home studying online because of this shelter in place order so we're having some unexpected family time like every day that normally having a junior in college you sitting out of state you wouldn't have so we actually were talking last night over dinner and we were sharing with her some updates about kind of what. I was talking about and last week introduction Waiting to Kinda here the decision from the board of my previous church where I retired Whether starting this coming July with a review okay for me to return to the church or nut and Our daughter just blurted something out and she said well. I think this is a good time to share with you. That this whole thing with the Church Has already kind of really messed with my understanding of what is what things should be like and I guess I grew up thinking that church was a place of no politics and quickly corrector wherever. They're people guys of what they claim to be. There's always politics but does not have to be nasty but you know she just said well you know it's it's really soured me so e even if they say he can go back I'm pretty sure I'm not going back and not sure on that interested in going to any church right now. In fact I'm I'm kind of thinking more like an atheist. Now What's interesting is that You know she chose to go to a Christian liberal arts school and it's not like Bob Jones University or Liberty University with Jerry Falwell JR senior. It's a it's a pretty. I think moderately progressive school and yet. She has so many friends who she's met there. Who are atheists agnostics? And you know I. That kind of really surprised me. Like why would atheist or agnostic. Choose to go to a Christian College in. She was explained to me that well. You know maybe the This particular school has a program and some majors that are highly regarded. And so you know you go and you just kind of turn off to out all the Christian stuff you don't go to chapel. What have you and Most of our daughters closest friends are in that camp. Our daughter did say that she She still has an affinity to some of the essentials of the Christian faith. But she's really trying to figure things out you know if this is really her faith talk about the chickens coming home to roost for years and years. I did workshops on the development of of people's faith and just like our physical buildings develop over time like if you threw a fastball at three year old and an expected here she'd have the physical coordination to catch it. That would be cruel and unusual. It'd be child abuse. If on the other hand you know the person is thirty. Years old and you throw a fastball. They should have some capacity to catch the ball. They have developed physically and the same kind of thing goes with like intellectual capacity unless some kid is a genius. You know you don't bother teaching them higher math or world geography. You know when their third graders but or even philosophy but you know when they get older that there's more of a not just a curiosity I think there's a there's a building of the brain to actually manage more complex thinking and I found over the years that the same is true for how spirituality and so Lattanzio taught you know there's four identifiable stages of our fake develops the first ages. Imitative so this is where you know. Let's say you're born into this family and it's a Christian family and you could be religion right Guy Christian family and so without knowing what it's all about without exploring it for yourself because you're little you just imitate but rebels is doing and especially when you're a baby. I mean they just put you in the armed put in the stroller and they take it to church or temple. Or what have you and you see? People Bother head so you buy your head. See PEOPLE CLASS THEIR HANDS? Either you see them do the incense. Whatever happens in that particular religion and that doesn't make it fake for that person. It makes age appropriate to be imitating you get to a stage Maybe in later. Elementary School no Middle School. Where it's adoptive and so now there's enough capacity to think to consider so you now can choose if you will to adopt the beliefs and practices that you were initially in imitating now a lot of people a lot of us if we go on these kind of spiritual journeys we kind of stalled out either. Stage one imitative or stage two adoptive and so some people. Just just keep going through the motions imitating everything. That's going around them imitating the beliefs. The stated positions. What have you without giving it much? Second thought or they just get stuck in adoptive and so they're choosing this but they've never kind of thought about what else they might choose and this leads to the third stage of spirit veldman which again paralyzed parallels Brain capacity because usually around young adult time is when the brain is most able to deal with deep Complex sort of issues and this is called Searching individual so this is when the I think you know perfectly describes were daughters at offset your questioning things that you dated without question and you adopted pretty readily but now you're saying well. That was my parents that came from my church that came from whatever my peer group but Now I'm really wondering like what do what do I believe and It's it can be very lonely time. I mean no one else can go on this journey of a real searching and I think it's scary enough that some people put their toe in that uncharted water and they run right back to adoptive. Or Imitative and this could even be pastors and priests right and and leaders And I think it really shows over time if someone who's even in a leadership position in a religious capacity has not gone on this journey because their beliefs are pretty shallow. They haven't really come to own it which then leads into the last fourth stage which is owned faith gay and It doesn't necessarily mean that when you if and when you get through the third phase of searching that you're going to land back into faith that you originally started with you did start with one you. May You may. But you may find that. You're much more enamored of. Let's Jesus then the church you see now the church will all of its Hypocrisies and and so. You're much more focused on the person in the teaching of Christ or the Buddha. You know if you will Or You come through on the other side and you're you're just a straight up atheist or agnostic or you're going to try something else altogether so what what so. I definitely commend our daughter for being so forthcoming with us. And you know a lot of ways This is how we raised our daughters so that she has this space and this personal capacity to ask the hard questions of us and her faith and everything else you know. It's too soon to predict where if anywhere she's GonNa land but I just have to say that on this Memorial Day in twenty twenty. It's just fascinating to me that something a theory of development that I've taught for years and years and years is now coming home to roost. It's it's we've got our own living breathing. Human young adult who is is wrestling with these. And I'll tell you it is. It is scary when as a parent you still. Even though I've gone through my journey and I've owned in think my wife has to you still realize that part of the authenticity in the validity of believing these stages especially the third stage is truly give this person in this case your our child the freedom and the affirmation that she needs in order to do this without thinking. She's disappointing us. You Know I. I can't imagine how that must feel for someone who's Pastor's kid to right. It's not just having Christian parents. But you know retired pastor so that's just interesting update on life. I think parents who don't understand and others imposters who don't understand kind of how this development works. They see the phase at our young adult daughters in as running away like as discarding disbanding. And I think that's a mistake and clearly what she share with us. She's really wrestling with with some of the things that are still holding onto her but she wants to make it hearse and you know as her dad and pressure. My wife would agree if that's her goal is to land somewhere or she's not just going through the motions where she's not just mouthing things that she's been raised hearing all the time that's worth that's worth the struggle and we're going to walk with their way with her.

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Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are over

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are over

"Over the weekend. Miley cyrus and liam hemsworth announced that they were taking a break and i specifically said break because the announcement was not that they were going to get divorced. Let let me read to you what the announcement said liam and and this is from official spokesperson liam and miley have agreed to separate at this time ever evolving changing as partners and individuals vigils they have decided this is what's best while they both focus on themselves and careers. They still remain dedicated parents to all of their her animals. They have they share while lovingly taking this time apart. Please respect their process fan privacy. What is it's very interesting to me was the timing of that statement. If you were not paying attention or not the aware that statement was not released until after earlier that same day photos sweat viral of miley cyrus making out with another girl on vacation and we'll get more to that other girl in a second but i'm still trying to wrap my brain around that also to give you a little context you know it's early august miley and liam were together at least until early july there have been photos and videos of the two of them shared on social media. They did a little vacation in seoul vang which i went to in may wonderful place to visit by the way if you've never been and i don't know i don't know because we spoke about this a few podcasts ago actually about about their marriage and what. She said that she didn't want to let people in because it was too complex. Remember that hope overseas yeah yeah yeah so if we are working on the assumption that miley and and liam had an open marriage but then the thing is we don't know what kind of relationship it was we. We don't know what the the rules were. There could have been an open marriage where they just invited third into the bedroom but they weren't really allowed to fool around if if the other partner was not there there's a lot of different kinds of open marriages. Let's just think of all the possible scenarios if they were fully open and they could both do do whatever they wanted with anybody else at any other time then i'm not bothered by miley cyrus making this other chicken italy f it it wasn't that open if it was open but not fully swung wide then. I think it's tacky and disrespectful to have done that before. A statement was released to have done that so soon. I don't no no. I'm still trying to wrap my brain around at

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"vang" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"vang" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Thera Vang the wall from the five fifty KFI newsroom. I'm Debra Dale, President Trump got a look at a section of new border wall in California today much of its reinforced heavily and very very hard to climb. If you want to climb that deserve whatever you can get the army corps of engineers expects nearly four hundred fifty miles of new wall to be completed by twenty twenty Phoenix police make an arrest in the murder of ten year old Summerbell Brown. The girl in our father were shot. After reportedly cutting off white pick-up truck Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams says investigators were able to solve the case with the help of numerous tips from the public this tragedy came down to critical information and the tips, and solving this case the community involvement, the compassion truly sit in bringing Justice for summer and her family twenty year old Joshua Gonzales has been booked into jail on first degree murder. Under an aggravated assault charges. Gas prices in the valley are headed up as supplies dropped the price per gallon risen forty cents in the past month. Gas buddy petroleum analyst, Patrick John says prices could hit three dollars twenty cents a gallon or more over the next month. If those unexpected refinery outages reverted and refineries don't return to normal soon. It's simply going to act as a continued crimp or kink in the supply of gasoline into the Phoenix area supplies have been impacted by problems during seasonal maintenance at refineries at the same time. Ethanol deliveries have been disrupted because of midwest flooding. The Deepak are just about ready to play ball at chase field. They're opening their home season today with a new playing surface and expanded virtual reality experience and some over the top menu additions the debunked. Josh Ross which says one especially decadent addition to the chase field menu is the all day breakfast on gravy, and cheese, and bacon and eggs all on top of the hot dog. And then we also created a Ruben dirt on it, which is a Reuben sandwich. Eighteen inch hotdog with MAC and cheese and fried pickles. Bring your appetite I pitch today at four ten a look at your money. The Dow Jones industrial average added forty points today closing at twenty six four twenty five five fifty KFYI news time for to look at east.

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"vang" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"vang" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Promo code. Vang accusation. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. A second woman claims current Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted her. Second a woman named Meredith Watson who says this happened back in two thousand while they were both undergraduates at Duke University. And she claims at the time she shared the account with several classmates who have apparently provided statements to authorities willing to back up that claim now her lawyer also say she shared the story with friends in a string of emails on Facebook. And if that's the case, they would clearly be a fairly significant social media footprint on this story. The woman calls this a premeditated aggressive assault. She's not offering details. But she says the details of her attack are similar to the one described by Vanessa Tyson. Fox's trace Gallagher Dr Tyson came forward earlier this week. She says Fairfax assaulted her in two thousand four Fairfax. In a statement denies the latest. Nations and says he will not resign. The Virginia GOP statement reading this is the second series sexual assault allegation leveled against the Lieutenant governor in the past week as with Dr Tyson's allegation it needs to be investigated. Tough questions for the acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker as lawmakers grilled him about his comments about the Russia investigation. Fox's Jared Halpern. Live on Capitol Hill, Whitaker repeatedly told the House Judiciary committee. He has not interfered with the special counsel's investigation question. I have to the president.

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Roseanne apologizes for tweet on Hannity show

WBZ Morning News

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Roseanne apologizes for tweet on Hannity show

"And more prepared the fire tripled in, size overnight to around forty five square miles in her first televised interview since she was fired by ABC Roseanne Barr says she is sorry for. Racist tweet that led to the cancellation of her, hit show, the comedian appeared on Sean Hannity's time Show last night she spoke of the, damage her tweet about Valerie Jarrett has cost and apologized to her I'm sorry. For the misunderstanding that caused my l. worded Swing and you know I I'm. Sorry that you feel harmed and hurt bar reiterated she is not a racist perhaps a. Last summer blockbuster of the year is hitting theaters today Mission. Impossible fallout, reunites Tom Cruise with his, super spy team including Simon Pegg Vang. Rains and Rebecca, Ferguson, the sixth installment of the franchise should easily win big. At the box office this. Weekend early reviews from both fans and critics have been overwhelmingly positive.

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"vang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of stimulating the spine refined that to shock is a much better have to tell you but as an alternative and there's some really revealing stories of individuals who just to get out of bed had to take a couple of pills a couple of opioids just to get moving where people who used to be athletic an injury and then they weren't and then through the stimulation of the spine their physical ganor active again absolately that's one modality you know we see people with a variety of injuries and you can look at an mri or cat scan of his spine onto people at both looks terrible one is perfectly functional the other has severe pain and disability pain is very complicated we can't measure it like cholesterol and blood pressure it's very subjective your mental state your emotional state the way you grow up there are a lot of things that influence how you deal with it but we have newer ways of dealing with pain even legalized marijuana cannabis thc cbd can help with pain certainly some degree vang's iety influences a paint tolerance we have spinal stimulators a little more invasive to put those in but it's fairly standard medications there's a rise in gabon penton rotten which is an anti seizure medicine that we use as an adjunct which can help a variety of kinds of pain like neuropathic addictive though is it as well if it relieves you're paying you're gonna keep taking it right you can't overdose on it although i can create some sedation so pain treatment pain management is complicated everyone is individual there's no one standard approach getting people into pain management specialists is hard we have them they're usually booked up so that's how important the availability the pain management specialists in terms of how they help what are they t to patient that they show the different options that are out there the they have a variety of options they also do invasive procedures they can inject steroids for example the ones who are trained to do that they can facilitate spinal stimulators biofeedback meditation and narcotics as well so they really that's all they do all day and certainly primary care docs like myself and gi we deal with some pain but patients who were not responding to simple medicine really ideally should see pain.

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"vang" Discussed on Courageously Go

Courageously Go

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on Courageously Go

"And then so all of the people that are working with the massage therapists the facial vang also are involved in that opening ceremony so it's very much coming together as a tribe as a sisterhood race where we leave nology behind and we immerse yourself in this day and so just that ceremony alone really speeds up the process of us coming together and then i take them into a little gentle yoga and this is yoga for people who have never done yoga before so this is a way of getting yourself back into your body often we are so stressed that just that after loan connecting back to your physical body can have immense healing and feelings of relief right away so we do that people can begin to just relax their shoulders down away from their ears and maybe actually take a deep breath in for the first time in leaving months and then we break from there we you're little beautiful food that melissa and kim have prepare paired we always do a plant based meal at all of our function so while we'd make not necessarily provide you with nutritional counseling that said you should only eat food because it's just one day together with we want you to see that it's possible to eat a day without having any meat or dairy and we support all businesses so he snacks that we provide we often have tea or booja and that will all be from local businesses because we like to support local and then there is a schedule but it so while we try to keep a schedule we also schedule in time for people to just go relax and journal if they like maybe they wanna come and have a conversation with anyone of us about things that are undermined on their heart and then of course they will each go in and have individual time with melissa and kim to talk about nutrition because that is so keen to living a healthy and a life where you can thrive so don't start from the inside an awesome.

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"vang" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And this is the final chapters of the book that marlins been writing for the last decade they'll be a new book written after this but let let let's end this with vang let's do something compelling and it so let's get into some of the nitty gritty stuff so the film starts picks up in some ways off the heels of of ragnarok and you kind of coming mid battle was that always the the opening was that scene is intended to be the we have gone through rations of the script there were a lot of different drafts and the story played out in lots of different ways and part of what you do in a movie like this because there is no template for it that he's ever taken this many pre existing franchises and try to combine them in one film so we really couldn't look at anything as a template for it there was a real discovery process over course year and a half i think this scene in particular who was this thing came about when we really started to commit to thanos as the central character of the movie and ocean that we wanted to smash grabs home which was a movie that starts at go and doesn't stop until you get off at the end and it also sets up for the audience that anyone is at riskier because you question a bunch of characters i stakes are high no that the stakes were real and that the movie was going to go to a totally complicated place we do that from jump street fans dispatches of the the the the reigning villain of the marl universe within five minutes of the opening of the film right and not to mention the very key is that that fight between him and hall accepts up like are our greatest warrior is just pulverized yes is the gang is kind of his universe the whole pfizer rage and you know as a bit it's a messy process when the hulk fights thanos is precise and incredibly well trained and an unbeatable one on one on a battlefield so we wanted to illustrate to the audience dismantling the whole graphically in violently that that they didn't you know the vendors one on one or alone did not have a chance against him.

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"vang" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Shorter sugar yeah i'd say i say radiator i know it's probably only wrong it's radiator i say re radiates heat forest i do i love that you know think round lane you thanks thanks thanks i don't say like thanks i say banks g and they're like vang's no not at the top thing front end instead of a thank you it's thank you i think i said i'm because i got some i think it's milk oh i hate people you say melk milk it'll say milk melk known i people say pillow and i refused to know what about what about you you you put your clothes in thing and you open it up drawn drawer drawer drawer well people say draw they just don't say the er that you're talking about when people have drones and they say draw a fucking on the end say the whole word kid me divorced is a tough one though you've got to work on that but i think it was my dad says a lot of words wrong and i think like can you learn how to speak from your parents and then they did you dirty then he also says height right that one that really manager says it to him i'm expel hif can't my mom always called doesn't parmesan cheese now and i was positive it was me megyn we've been steered her on all right fellows we appreciate you coming through the new movie is game over man it's out march twenty third oh atom is i'm biggest pitch perfect plan on fan of the planet i just the troublemakers were robbed thank you.

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"vang" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Busy away from the manager on the back of the story that came amid weak about an alleged meeting with with the players on their core for coal considerable lack of leadership it's it really is pre than a really bleak picture for us afable club i felt sossio this austin ceo these season and then chief jim this summer but getting what we've seen over the last 70s he's got to betsy goes no but i think not rates located in of you've read between the lines is the a look in his efforts all gonna crumble for hammond and this but the other side of the coin as if these somehow perlov for europa league when and buttons and to the champions league next year via not looks a long shot at the moment but if that happens that's going to be the wall street one of the wolves things for this club in terms of future because that's going to convince him and potentially the bald and probably the ball the is going to go for another year maybe another two years jim we know if anyone in his anyone in football you've courted arsoned vang you wanted to get your club on around madrid madridl two three occasions wanted him then talk of the england international jobs what is this done to stop regarding where he will go next well i think he's done a lot of damage to the reputational obviously keeps saying that he turned down the whole world to hear our sorin to respect his contract that sees line anywhere that the line has been given us for the last 10 years or maybe more five years.

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"vang" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It was always been this feeling the patriots don't have the best players but they win because they got the brilliant coach and quarterback you you know know boston feels a little bit to me like the patriots where i think they have this brilliant coach brad stevens and this brilliant point guard slash quarterback career vang and then a bunch of jaylen brown an owl horford and they've got some interesting parts but the differences in football new england only has to beat seattle once in the super bowl and atlanta once in philadelphia once in jacksonville once in the nba boston outplayed them for big portions but you'd have to be golden state four times in a week which is why i have always argued you should shorten nba playoff series listen in a threegame series if boston played golden state and one that opener the psychological pressure on golden state would be huge i think it it into a people say the nba there's not enough drama we know who's gonna win that's reduced even further when you consider you'd have to beat the warriors four times which nobody's going to do and i watched that game and unlike you know boston can play around and win this game and boston's very much in it and but but in the end even if they had won that game they'd have to beat them three more times over the course of like thirteen days and it's not going to happen so i think you can win with a little less talent with brilliant coaching in football because i only have to beat your for three and a half hours there's the element of surprise i can get a break i can beat you situationally can you imagine if new england would have played the seahawks another six times and the element of surprise is.

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"vang" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Vein vang thank you if one young during uganda you'll was though canaveral book no i know that up you'll know i know you know annoying right no no big deal all but you make your move to still trying to get new sheets gaza gaza on on on on may dubois within inland marriage seawater beal lag mirrored gil no no more drama like marriage if you on and on ending you love one undergo go me oh vein thanks gary nunn nine one young girl among no nordic you'll was open of them will meet you know no bad up nominee i'm a vain language derozan binding.

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"vang" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Vein vang thank you if one young during uganda you'll was though canaveral book no i know that up you'll know i know you know annoying right no no big deal all but you make your move to still trying to get new sheets gaza gaza on on on on may dubois within inland marriage seawater beal lag mirrored gil no no more drama like marriage if you on and on ending you love one undergo go me oh vein thanks gary nunn nine one young girl among no nordic you'll was open of them will meet you know no bad up nominee i'm a vain language derozan binding.

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"vang" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"We gehrig a complete count and registration of every single one of them they were put in a special envelope and analogy any commie which is pittsburgh pennsylvania um your vote will count but see your you just said an absentee ballot and what i was talking about were provisional ballots was add to that too we had we add envelopes for all the most private but as we did official count and they have good me filled out you could not leave adds judge of elections until doubt wise gone in total and taken to facility and they checked every found and then you weren't allowed to go hot that's great so you actually counted the provisional ballots in in west virginia or not you're in pennsylvania in um anson vang on yeah so they were you actually cod of the provisional ballot we counted everything as we colonnade everything we had different color envelopes for each and we counted every phone we did not leave fight and tell all of that was deadline then we had begun to it's called cain hospital and that's where they collected every fang had trucks out there you had to go through the whole line and that were um uh people from the headquarters all wind out there may check everything you weren't gone intel they took every envelope out and verify everything and then you were allowed to leave your job well that's that's great i mean that's that is how it should be run and uh it's it's good to hear that suit thank you.

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"vang" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"vang" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I almost hurt your feelings and did seahawks rams for this i almost hurt your feelings because the game on the most excited about iraq's rams but wasn't alec seven three last year see hawks i just can't they this is it the rams ever is gonna blow smoke up asas all week shaw mcveigh oh my god it's so grade joerg off todd early this is a erica prove it can kissing racism sunday markey dallas hosting the packers you wouldn't have green vang's we're we're not very good right now packers i have favored by three points in dallas oh wow i add cowboys by two it's cowboys by two and a half or you're really down on the can really i am helene you'd make this the marquee match up downer is hebert on at that you defense was shaky any way an ally shanley and now it's a you know they don't know but it's going to be it's going to be back i mean there was a mass exodus for the dbacks this year from dallas and i didn't even lavinay on my like buried churches a harder united but then mars clairborne no use ford car played but you know serviceable but never got hurt but these replacements are not gangbusters by any stretch and you lose john lee and it's a different story marano talking about defence of coordinators it might be in trouble yeah but usiran explosive either i don't see how you keep pace with them this game dezes in the top eight half saver anymore don't you think the packers will be favored by the end of the week maybe it can make them down and then again they're playing on ten days rest against dallas another.

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"vang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"vang" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"This is what the reagan friday is all about sharing your stories telling us who you love to do business with and it makes such a difference only think in a doesn't really matter it absolutely does he bet matters in the biggest of ways that starts that he had just this small thing about throwing in a of throwing up pedal a pebble in the water your it's the small little ripple that that starts out from that puddle but then the ripples grow and expand and spread out enter they fill up the entire body of water yep that's what a fan break starts is this ripple effect of kindness ingratitude and goodness not just for the company that you can't brag about but for you as well is shifts your the the energy going on in your own body is shifts the energy going on in your company and we know that the companies that me and brag on a regular basis they have incredible business growth coincidence i don't i think sell new no i don't think so i mean you might think selling you can't really track it i'm being bragging vang fan bringing about other people and in the meantime a businesses exploding because if the the shift that happens in your brain in your attitude in your momentum in what you focus on because what you focus on becomes a reality yup you focusing on negatively and m and you know a new kind of a yet negatively and and disappointment and all the stuff that goes with it or are you focusing on abundance and and and treasures that are out there and opportunities that are out there there you go out quick break this is the perfect olympic of revolt give us a.

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"vang" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"vang" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your purchasing power up to the degree don't lose the lifestyle that you'd planned out for yourself and you mentioned the government in their rich sell let's talk about taxes to that's not necessarily something that's hidden noor all aware of taxes is being something that exists but what are some of the hidden things about taxes we might not necessarily be aware of until it's too late where you got everybody stopping money into these tax deferred accounts that's yes you because i i always say you have three buckets your taxable bucket tax deferred bucket in taxfree bucket it's that mental balk at the tax deferred bucket lose we're the lion's share of the money is going which means when you pull that money out it's all going to be taxable when it comes out so the question is is where our taxes going in and then the third bucket taxfree 'cause we wanna keep moving money to the right from the taxable to the tax referred to the taxfree bucket and start taking advantage of things like the roth ira and possibly a bunch of your network may be a municipal bond portfolio cash value life insurance vang's that are going to give you taxfree income an ultimately the fourth market is that while transfer bucket and if it set a properly your estate will go incumbent estate taxfree you to your benificiary so there's some things you can planning you can do their back in uh can be very effective in minimizing the wealth transfer when i call well treasury tax so again it takes creating a tax plan of something that we do make available the end in structuring things properly and making sure that every die that you have fog is going to be a tax because we don't over taxes are going to go down the road we have no idea what you refer going to get back to those more historical norms of sixty seventy percent on the the high marginal tax rates and then gotta wrap up here in a second and take a break but is there any other hidden expense that people need to know about be aware of well i mean you when.

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