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How to Tackle Tough Conversations at Work with Brendan Wovchko
"My guest. today is brian. Wasco brendan is the senior technology officer. Here ramsey solutions he oversees all our product engineering teams and through his career. He's had to have a lot of uncomfortable conversations and he's actually gotten really good at it. He's done it in a way. That's very effective. In fact he's become resident expert with our leadership team on how to do this and he teaches it internally in. It's really good stuff so we said let's bring him on the podcast because we know business leaders everywhere dealing with this issue before we jump into brendan's process i i wanted to ask him about. Why is it so hard as leaders for us to embrace uncomfortable conversations. The hardest part about leadership is you have to lead from a place of giving what you never got. When you're in that position like you just you don't have any instrumentation at all. You know and If you've never been in a situation where somebody has had a healthy conflict with you. It's really hard to know how to it. Yourself re reproduce what is healthy conflict even look like is in most parts of life not just work healthy conflicts. Not we typically another one of the things you've taught us and worked with a lot of our leaders on is really thinking about the come that you want before you just kind of parachute into one of these conversations. You won't have plan for the which we'll talk about in a second. I'm but say more about that. The idea of beginning with the end in mind. Yes so. I mean. I think if you're about to have your first hard conversation with someone you do have to keep the end in mind you know. The end can be one of multiple things but probably the two most obvious conclusions. Are we talk about it. Once it gets fixed were done which is which is kind of a you know. That's the kind of thing that you wanna do. A brain all go that they don't go that way so you know if all you do is walk into every conversation just assuming that it's going to be a one time thing you're probably gonna end up getting yourself in some hot water in the long term
BGN Predicts the 2020 Oscars
"Welcome to this episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast. My name is Jamie and I'm your host. The Oscars are coming up. You guys coming up very soon and we're going to do something a little different in the past pass when we have done Oscar shows. We've done a breakdown of the Academy Awards this year. We're doing a predictions Shows so we're going to run this episode before Sunday night ceremony. And I'm excited to do this prediction show with myself. And I've got an Jelica and Ryan here are wonderful podcasters to give some predictions on Oscar night this Sunday Sunday ladies still all right yeah. Let's go ahead and break this down. So we'll we'll just start from the top right so Oscars twenty twenty best picture. We've got the nominees as Ford versus. Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite now Before we discussed what we predict. I WanNa say what I believe will be the pick but I also want to add the film that I would not to win. Yeah so if you have a film that you want to win you can select that and then the one that you think will in fact when so for me the film that will win best picture are is going to be nineteen seventeen That is a film that has already won best picture by way of the Golden Globes. It won in best picture for the critics choice and it is the favourite right now amongst the Hollywood industry community so nineteen seventeen is the bet amongst everybody for best picture. I really do want parasite to win. I saw parasite I loved it. It is one of the greatest films of twenty nineteen. If you have not seen parasite for are those relisting please go see it. It is just brilliant I just love the metaphor of a socio economic onomic class and welfare and how they use those metaphors into suspense and psychological adjective thriller in this film. And it's just so brilliantly done and I'm not really one for like foreign films. I'm not really that kind kind of you know movie Fan. But parasite blew me away and it is by far one of the best films again of of Twenty nine thousand nine so I hope that people will and myself will be surprised. And that parasite will walk away with best picture but I think probably the likelihood of nineteen seventeen will be the one that will walk away with best picture which I got right. Yep I mean well I mean that's basically how nineteen seventeen. I saw that you know Golden Globes a lot of buzz about that one but yeah I think parasite will be a good look look for the Oscars. There probably won't do it but I think like seeing like the interviews with the cast and stuff like that. I think we'll be something different for them that I'm always pushing for Oscars but yeah. I'm pretty sure they probably going to nine hundred seventy. I agree with my two thousand eighteen at but I want joker to win best picture like how wins Wasco I Want I want joker to win. Best win has not released a superhero. One has a comic won the best picture ever
World leaders tackle climate change at COP25 summit
"Today the twenty fifth the U. N. climate change conference called cop twenty five starts in Spain's capital Madrid the conference was supposed to be in Chile but there were a big street protests over the economy there so Spain stepped up reporter guy hedge goes in Madrid the build up to the cop twenty five has already been eventful the last minute change of host city from the Chilean capital to the Spanish one this added an element of drama to the event what's more that change of venue was decided just as the United States was formalizing its withdrawal from the twenty sixteen Paris agreement on climate change the Spanish environment minister that history better so that her countries offer to host the conference was a demonstration of multilateralism to counter the US with Kroll prevented a important tickets in Dallas is Hassoun with the discouragement coals by the withdrawal from the Paris accord of one of the biggest economies on the planet she said it was important that the international community found a way to resolve the challenge created by Chile's inability to host the conference the change of venue has also affected teenage climate activist Greta tune bug she was in the United States preparing to travel overland to Chile for the summit when it was announced that Madrid would host it instead she has raced back across the Atlantic on a catamaran in order to attend much of the conference will revolve around the frame work of the Paris agreement which seeks to keep the global temperature rises to well below two degrees centigrade David Wasco director of the international climate initiative at the world resources institute is hoping the summit will see countries signal that increased commitment to concrete an ambitious strategies for the reduction of emissions something they're expected to formalize and twenty twenty I think this has to be a can do climate summit and we've seen that kind of can do spirit from Spain and Chile working together and now is the moment to highlight that countries have a can do approach to strengthening their action under the Paris agreement next year and also finalizing the last parts of the implementing rules so that those can go into full affected that's the core of what the climate talks and all the process surrounded in Madrid can achieve but one big question going into this climate conference will be who is willing to take the lead on the international stage with two major economies the United States and Brazil stepping back from their commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions there is a vacancy for an international leader contents of state I do believe it's going to be easy to see one leader it is more likely to see some form of distributed leadership Lara last several is a professor of political economy of climate change and the grades on E. university for example the E. U. that has been a directional leader leading by example setting itself tough goals and showing other countries that it can be done along with countries like China and perhaps also teaming up with Latin America and his Spain could be a bridge builder these kinds of events all too often fall short of expectations but environmental activists will be watching the cop twenty five with a critical eye hoping that it will lead to genuine progress in battling
"wasco" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me
"Yeah <music> welcome to pod dirty to be where we don't give you just a tip. We go balls deep and the jason. I'm in booking grandy. This is kelly. Come join our. I guess uh so ill wasco 'grande. What's our topic today. We have a guest host in the household and he's going to take the lead on our topic. What is the topic. Today's topic is you get intimidated or do you feel on your wife uses the toy. It's bigger than you i. I never happened to me but we'll talk about it. Pretend never had not before we get to the topic. <hes> let me start with our word of the day. This is a pretty funny when i think the word of the day is chick-fil-a i either twice a day their definition when a man is penetrated aley by dildo usually one as a strap happen by his female lover. Here's it used in a sentence for o._u. Spelling bee people out there her boyfriend's kinda homophobic but a here he loves chick-fil-a come so late sheikh is on him. She goes yeah. She's never been a chick-fil-a several times really really yeah. Why not for for you buddy. Did you like it. Yeah okay yeah. No eat the chicken. I i live later all right. We have a very liberated person here with us today because see defined liberated willing to try anything l. l. level. You gotta get dirty. Sometimes you know what i'm saying. Is that dirtiest raunchy wanted. You know you gotta do one of the other play <hes> so you don't so you never you never know if you'll like it so you should try anything. Basically i guess evita on just don't feel scared. Never tell anybody. I ah never tell anybody about this but god damn it. I love it. I love chick laming again again. I think the number and i think the women would probably like that with the power. Have you ever repegged chick-fil-a at anybody. I actually have did they like it. They seem to how big was the bailout normal yeah well. This leads us right into our top lead the way my friend the aww bands you know like i've tried different things and stuff like that but i mean i was a little skeptical of i you know i've been with some different girls and stuff like that and try. I you know things here and there but you feel a little awkward because you're sitting there and you're like wow. That's the way bigger than me. You know it all depends what they bring up aw bother you in the beginning it. You know it did yeah yeah. We've mentioned this before and some previous podcast. I do toys or not the size of do does that freak out if i think if if the prisons never been exposed to bid or been <unk> culturally informed and stuff like that you'll times are changing your so many things going on now but i think the guy's never been exposed or you know they've been more of a sheltered altered life..
Monterey Car Week 2019: Hi-Tech Meets High-End
"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york with a look at monterey car week to be rich and to drive cars. The esteemed auto gathering has just wrapped in california. What will the world's top manufacturers come up with next by way of fast electric supercars they are the most expensive cars on the planet high tech gets high-end after these type cabins. A group of states is preparing a joint antitrust investigation into who big tech state attorneys general is expected to formally launch the effort as soon as next week. It is likely to focus on whether a handful of dominant tech platforms used their marketplace powers to stifle competition google facebook amazon and apple are four companies likely to be a focus on the new investigation all declined to comment john. D mckinnon covers more at wsj.com. You can also listen to the what's news podcast for the very latest exacts from amazon alphabets alphabet google and facebook. Tell us officials that they face difficult and expensive challenges to comply with a retroactive french law that puts a tax on global the digital service providers the trump administration is investigating the french law under a trade provision that allows for tariffs to penalize illegal or unfair trade practices ask for where things stand monday executives told a panel at the u._s. trade representative's office that they don't currently have precise data to monitor french users of their websites and add services in order to calculate the tax tesla will not making electric cars again offering to rent solar panels to homeowners homeowner's rentals are available in six states arizona california connecticut massachusetts new jersey and new mexico tests customers can cancel these leases at any time. The smallest system can generate fifteen to nineteen kilowatt hours of power on average daily. If california is an indication tend to fourteen kilowatt hours have been bank banked in new jersey according to tesla solar panels can still be purchased from tesla in all fifty states last month. Tesla told analysts at an earnings call. It was optimistic for its future consoler saying it's quote energy products business will grow and quote coming up electric vehicles reigns supreme at monterey car week better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduced the cost and environmental impact of your are enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com this year monterey car week proved electric electric vehicles rain as high end car fiends. Get eco-friendly wrapping up in california. We're left with but some of its greatest hits a stock cars. We saw rides is like the s._f. Ninety straubel in honor of ferrari racing's ninetieth birthday. It is the company's first plug in hybrid also graced with the first british electric supercar per car dubbed the most powerful series car ever made this means two thousand horsepower and a zero to sixty miles per hour acceleration of less than three seconds just two million dollars. I give you the lotus via c._e._o. Filipo ffom tells us more. Its all electric <hes>. It's a beautiful car. We have to say hi. It's <hes> it's actually carved by air. I'm sorry carved by air zone the way that the <hes> the flow see the car to create downforce into reduce due strike and obviously helps to give the performance. We've made a real design feature of it. So is a beautiful wasco drako motors unveiled its new electric g._t._e. One million dollars eight eight modern supercar at least according to shave sickened drako motors executive vice president for us is very important of a usable com. So what you see here is actually you know a grant coupet or a grand coupe bright that can seat four people and carry their luggage one of the key. Things of our electric car is usability. That's what we want to give you with all these autonomous happenings. Let's talk control the all electric e. x. P. one hundred g._t. Is self driving and it gives the driver for the choice to take control or stay luxurious. It is a concept car and bentley says they're aiming for a twenty thirty debut brett boy del bentley head of interior cheerier design has more we just didn't buy in the future of sustainable electric future vehicles needs to be cold or needs to be unemotional and so that's why observation is still based on our heritage and our dna of emotional beautiful journeys connected to first class travel mid range cars also get their due at the signature event the quail for example acura showed off its type s concept car its upcoming tillich sedan a four motor electric super sedan they will seat for and propel them to two hundred six miles per hour gordon mccall the quail co-founder explains. How old meets new at the car show. Virtually every major manufacturer represented here with primarily their concept cars. They're giving everyone a look into the future about what they're up to. There's a lot of media that comes along with that to kind of get a glimpse of what these companies are up to and it's a great balance. We get to look back and see what the companies created years and years ago. We get to take a peek at what they're <hes> what they're thinking about rain the us in the future that does it for this edition of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.
"wasco" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"It's on sixty nine I embrace my zodiac symbol, which is a sixty nine to the crab claws and make a sixty nine I'm just like I love if I can leave a tip and make a total balance at a restaurant, sixty nine sixty nine I'll take a picture of it. But like I this is one of my jokes love is sixty nine but I feel like a sixty-nine appropriators because I don't do it. Just thinking that this episode to waiting. I am appropriating sixty nine culture. Like I feel like I shouldn't be allowed to joke about it because I'm not doing it. You are. So route loved to pull the audience, though, like how many people are exactly like you on, just like you crack the code. This is a great job. Do you think there's sixty diners out there? They're like, why are you talking about sixty nine you don't even do hit my walk by, like sixty nine th street. I like them like that's funny. Take a phone. I said, it's everybody put my Instagram story like ha I'm not sixty nine ever you haven't ever happy. No, maybe not never like when I was like eighteen. I let somebody convince me it was like smart or cool. But like I'm not out here like while somebody's going down on meat and I'm like let me make this lesson. Joy -able for me. I don't even get mannies and peddies at the same time, let me enjoy both separately. Like when you went the Manitou, I'm like, no, I wanna be on my phone. And you wrote my feet, and I want to be able to be in the moment. I don't want him. And I love that. You said eighteen because I thought about this, too. I legitimately. Okay. Maybe one drunken, I think this guy hooked up with this. It was a few years ago. He was like younger is in Wasco, always, of course he was this young guy. I think we may be did it for a second. We were wasted. I woke this is one of those nights, I like fell woke up with bruises like not like whatever. You know what I mean, I think may be why you know. Right. I've been there before sixty nine hundred DUI so maybe over the course of when I used to get so drunk, maybe but, like SARS a boyfriend and actual like we're doing this was literally my boyfriend when I was eighteen and I think you do those things because you think you're supposed to or something. And I remember vividly the first time I sixty nine at age eighteen being like what the fuck is this, not a good angle for? Addictive on your mouth. And what am I, why am I doing this basically like I'm stuck in your dick and your nose is in my butthole? Exactly. I didn't know we're doing butthole STA I'm Brad for about whole stop. Also, I'm sucking addict like I'm at work. Okay. I'm taking a break to have an orgasm at work. I'm just a map my job. I'm doing a job. Right. That's what I wanna do. I don't want to, like try to also balance like can I have an orgasm is my butthole on your nostril, like I.
"wasco" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"And get ready to experience whatever the medicine is going to show you in. What was great is that at rid mea they have these little signs above there that help remind you of things that give the medicine intention and the three things that they talk about. That you should be asking with the medicine or that the medicine is really good at showing you are the three things that are really going to change your life and provide you that miracle that I wa- SCA provides to people and the first is to show me who you are show me who I am. And if you think about this if you were to ask God source, whatever to see who you are. This would be a three sixty view of the way that you interact in the world the way you enter act with your relationships of the person that you are. So from this perspective, it would show you a really non biased view of everything. And you would see who your parents are how you interact with them. What you were like growing up. What you're like at work what you are like to your partners. So there's all this beautiful data and information that's provided to buy mother Wasco. When you ask her to show who you are. And the second one is to heal my heart. So a lot of us have had heartbreak in our life. And there are various ways that we experience it. Whether it's for with our parents with a relationship with ourselves and Wasco can help you to heal your heart and the third is to show me who had become heal my heart and then merge me back with my soul at all costs. So our souls and our bodies are meant to separate in our lives. It's just part of the human experience, and it happens. You know, when your parents accidently left you at the grocery store or you were abused or you are bullied at school. So there's, you know, very situations in your life that really prevent your soul from being merged in your body as a protective mechanism because it loves you so much that it doesn't want to be there. Truly experienced that pain and not hurt of this experience. Call it sex lube. Call it level call it a snack called a snaky snack delicious. Jackie.
"wasco" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"And every Friday, we get to get our special time with John. And here, we are John you're on vacation last week, we missed you. But we're happy to have you back. Thank you very much. I was in Costa Rica, but instead of a Wasco I seven year old child. So I. Which part did you go to? I'm not even sure we didn't leave our hotel ground being. It was really like we just went down there to a nice little place that had a wild animal rescue preserves. And I bought a lot of LEGO sets. And I didn't listen to American news because none of the news channels and Costa Rica were broadcast in English. And so I had no podcasts I need to listen to music for a week. I marvel movies if I could so I can get ready. Uncontrollably. At the end of end game. I can't think of a better way for you to spend your time. But don't give away anything on endgame. I haven't seen it yet. I'm gonna try and go this weekend. So good good. I bet you buddy ticket. Person to. All right. About to America. You asked me to come here defunding. Getting harder. Like Ingmar Bergman directing the Star Wars. That is really true. I said John before we started. I said be funny this morning because I really need a laugh. So let's start with something hilarious. I like Leonard Cohen and funny bump Bulow dinner theatre production of the gin game in a cemetery in Hoboken. That's how it's been. And if we're gonna kick it off with the clearly the funniest story of the week. You would have to be attorney general bars rather remarkable testimony the other day. What did you think? You know, I thought it would. Tells me that I've actually got a good shot at getting the the contract adapted. It's nonfiction form. And I'm really excited. William bar has covered up more crap than cat litter. And it's remarkable to see the doings men who have decided Bego care what history says about them once they're gone. Isn't it strange? I gotta tell you when when bar was appointed attorney general, I and you know, me I try to give people in public office the benefit of the doubt until they show me why I shouldn't which obviously is taken. And I thought you know, the guys in 'institutionalised he's at the end of his career. He has absolutely no reason to behave badly and yet boy as he behaved badly. What is it about Donald Trump that takes these people? And when there's every reason for them to behave in honor. Terrible way, they are willing to sell out their soul in order to work for Donald Trump. I don't understand it. All of the money. William is run against him for the nominations on probably runner gets the nomination. There's still a fifty Trump won't be running twenty twenty guys like Lindsey Graham always have people say to me, oh, how can Lindsey Graham both teaching president over height of oral sex with an insurance protecting who commits real crying. And I'm always like Lindsey Graham has been consistent as entire career. He is slavishly devoted to pandering to the base of the people who write checks for his campaigns that was to the nineties, and it's true. Now, he hasn't changed a bit and William bar. I guess I'm in the minority. I wasn't expecting anything. But this from him all the signs were there under H W Bush. He was the one who helped say it's illegal for a president to kidnap a foreign leader feels like it Iran contra up until the war was the greatest scandal of my lifetime. I mean, it was a big scandal deliberately made Americans. Doubt about it. But we were on both sides of the Iran. Iraq war, selling weapons to the Iranians illegally killed marines and Beirut using the money to legally concert in Central America. After congress passed the law saying they couldn't and William bar was instrumental in getting all of those quintals partying on Christmas day of ninety two. He wrote this nineteen page audition. By most saying, Mr President, you it's not even possible beauty break the law. And if you're that much of a sycophants. Holy Trump will bring you into his circle because he's a beta male who lives to be surrounded by more beta veils. So I wasn't surprised one bit that he could his hand on a bible. And why and I mean the lies are so demonstrable. It's just I almost I almost admire. You're listening to me on dashiki of just saying these things knowing that in a few weeks, they will be able to be a head of the story anymore. Knowing all the facts will come. Out realizing all they do is get one third of the population to go along with it. Because that's all you need to control the other two thirds in this country. It really is interesting. I mean as you said, it was just what on the seventh of April. The man sat there in front of a house committee? And he said, no, I got no way of knowing how the special counsel feels about my four page letter. I don't know. And then we find out the day before his testimony. I guess it was Monday. We we saw the letter that Muller had sent him and he was indeed flat outline now I've gone back because I'm very curious as to whether or not it can meet the legal test of perjury. I actually don't think it does. He's not stupid. He's just evil, and I. Which part part because the part live what he said, he didn't know that Muller and the team disagreed with. Yeah. You're right. We said the decision as to whether Trump obstructed Justice was left him. That was a lie. He claimed the opinion by the office of legal counsel wasn't a factor in Muller's assessment committed any crimes that was a lie. You said the White House fully cooperated with the investigation. The report itself says how and interview raiders. Slow down. Pollution. I'm trying to make a point here. Stop it. So everything has said he is protected under the law, by by way of opinion, the fact that he thought this or he thought that our opinion the one thing where I thought he was at risk of actually being in perjury situation was his testimony in India answering Charlie Chris question about the letter. The problem is is that when you do a deeper dive into the law, and what you have to prove to prove perjury. It's not going to happen. And so, you know, I have actually had a conversation or two with a couple of the democratic members of congress making the point don't go down the road of perjury because you end up losing very much go down the road of showing that this is our attorney general he is the leading law enforcement officer of the United States, and he is just so clever that he come by in a way where he knows that. He can't be punished for it. Is that really what we? We want in that role. I mean, it's absolutely extraordinary, and he is clever. I'm telling you, I've gone through all these things you just listed and in almost every case he said it in a way where he protected himself from legal consequence. Yeah. Plausible deniability all over you've been mind. They don't care about perjury unless they're trying to get rid of Bill Clinton because you know, sessions recuse himself in the first place because he committed perjury during his confirmation hearings. Brad Kavanagh committed perjury during his confirmation hearing, if you really believe devil's triangle at the drinking game, you're white frat house offering to play. These guys they they lied because they know they can. And and I appreciate the model your adopted which is kind of Pelosi model, which is look we're never going to get these guys piece. So let's shine as bright light on and as we can and make them whipping boys and raise funds off of the obvious obvious corruption that they are embodying right now. It's it's really outrageous. And it's really unfortunate. I John we have a lot more to talk about that. We're going to get into the next segment. I just want to tell people quickly if you're in the New York area, John and TV's Frank are going to be performing tonight at stand up New York. Right. John and New York on the Upper West side. The the unstable genius and store we're doing two shows tonight and come on down. We might you might even get on the audience. I think he probably will spot Rick under in the audience. Let's take our break here when we come back much more with John. Jon Fugler saying right here on the Rick Unger show. We continue right after this. 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Spurred by measles outbreak, FDA may make vaccines mandatory
"All right. Let's do it y'all. So I'm throwing anti vaccine directly in the soft corner today, and that's because the head of the US food and Drug administration came out last week, and they're gonna get so sick, though, they're going to get so fucking. And Mark that's a good point. Here's the problem. It's not about them. It's about the unlucky fuckers that did get vaccine get sick because these goddamn anti vaxxers kids. So the head of the US FDA came out and on Tuesday warning states that he might have to quote forced the hand of federal agencies. If these states continue to allow vaccine exemptions amid an ongoing measles outbreak. No, that's right. You heard it. There is a measles outbreak guys. And you're also corrected is twenty nineteen with a fucking measles outbreak. How needles that are resistant to vaccines? This is just like kids. Weren't vaccinated. Measles are making a comeback because of these anti vacs. Exactly. So in Washington state public officials declared a state of emergency after measles. Outbreak spread across anti an anti vaccination hotspot near Portland, Oregon. That's so shocking. Shocking. Yeah. There's been twenty convert cases of me of measles. Twenty of those who contracted the highest contagious. Highly contagious virus were not vaccinated against measles. And the other three were just very very unlucky anti vaccine. Make vegans look like the fawns. But there's also a lot of them are like in the same van diagram the middle part of that. Really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So a professor at Baylor told Wasco that quote, Portland is a train wreck when it comes to vaccines. Maybe that's because the culture of Portland is such that it creates a haven for alternative thinkers, Washington is just one of seventeen states that allows phil- philosophical belief vaccine exemptions because a personal moral or other beliefs and nearly all states allow children to attend school. The vast majority of states forty seven allow parents to opt out for religious reasons. Yeah. And he had to get like a specific vaccination before going to college when we were growing up. That's true. But I don't think that applies to public schools not colleges. I don't know, but we had to manage vaccinate. Yes. One other thing Bella to look on the on the religious tip earlier this year, New York face its most severe measles outbreak in decades with Costa two hundred confirmed cases, actually over two hundred firm cases, the infected almost exclusively among the Alterra orthodox Jews, which is sad because orthodox Jews are widely considered to be one of the most caring inclusionary and reasonable religious groups out there, especially to the women in the ring. Yeah. Measles. Also killed nine hundred people in Madagascar, which is half the population of Madagascar. It's not true. That's not
"wasco" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Harm's away, and you do it purposely, and you do it mindfully where you're actually trying to stay calm in the storm. Whether that's a cold bath or fighting in front of twenty thousand people and millions more on TV like that mindset, actually is a trainable thing. And when you get through that it allows you just quiets the noise of life. It turns the volume down on all the other bullshit similar deep psychedelic journey. Somebody cuts you off in traffic after you got back from Peru doing Wasco like, it's okay. Go ahead. You must be you must need to be there sooner than I do think. It's no big deal. Right. It just turns down the volume on all the bullshit and life. Right. It's is it like. Is it is it is your fear diminished? Do you think it has something to do with or a duck Shen in fear? Is it a is it that to me? You know, losing losing a fight or even getting punched, but certainly getting punched publicly and certainly getting punched publicly in your hometown. Certainly all of those things it's kind of apocalypse, almost it's like, you know, people put in front of you like, what do you not want to have happened? Right. That's definitely one at one of the things you wouldn't want to have happen right under that ice bath. There is a good bring them both up because they both. So is it because like I've experienced defeat..
"wasco" Discussed on KPCC
"On eighty nine point three KPCC welcome back to the frame I'm John horn the filmmaking brothers McLean and Chapman way co directed an engrossing. Six part documentary series on, Netflix called wild wild country tells the story of how the followers of. The Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh built a compound, in Oregon in the early nineteen eighties the show. Has earned five EMMY nominations including outstanding documentary or nonfiction series the way brothers interviewed members of the, Raj community including the guru's spokesperson slash enforcer Ma an-and Sheila Sheila was, a key figure in the group's effort to. Gain political control over its corner of Oregon which involve taking advantage of, liberal voting registration rules in the. State slowly but surely the ranch She just starts to increase their political power as they start to try and. Take over Wasco county the. Nineteen Eighty-four Wasco county elections. Are coming up the Russian she's figure if we control Wasco county a lot of our problems are going to get solved so they institute a plan. To bus and five thousand homeless people from across America and they do they bus five thousand homeless people try to. Register them to vote. That doesn't go as planned because basically Wasco county officials suspend registration of voters just real quickly a lot. Of these homeless, people were Vietnam, war veterans and so it created an incredible situation where people had fought for our country we're being told that they wouldn't be allowed to vote which I don't know we tried to do a lot of. Research we couldn't really find, any other instances unlike the history of America where computerisation was just completely. Shut down and no new people were allowed to, vote and so that's also society but it is. Really interesting the pressure that this group put on our American institutions that we value so much and, to see how how we as Americans responded to the situation the Raj, Nisha idea was to Legally pad the voter rolls with these homeless people that they. Bussed in from other states which soon led to more, trouble in the community. Yeah there was this inciting instant where Sheila. Thought that she could calm down this homeless man who is kind of woke from all accounts border bordering on the edge of psychosis little hair told. And this homeless man grabs. Sheila by the neck and, Sheila has a line in the documentary where she says I thought I was going to die and she says it pretty seriously and I think sincerely. She felt she was gonna die So she overreacts in. A way that is almost like imaginable which is they have howled all tranquilizer, for schizophrenia and they spike it in the beer. That, they give the homeless people and then that's just the beginning of a long list of criminal activity in the series we wanted to, give the viewers an idea of what the intention was of this community but as you work your way. Through the series I think you start seeing missteps after missteps, after missteps that lead them towards.
"wasco" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So he's running kind of like this, this ceremony and this week out Montana and a bunch of guys going Smith. He's going to it and then we're gonna hang out with all them afterwards and Wasco party. You guys gonna run around the woods naked, there's going to be going down. Yeah, yeah, sacrificing sheep. Yeah, absolutely. So we're doing that and then we have. I have one of my vents here, and then we're going to see Attal, you know, Becky Lynch, w wrestler a, she's a good friend of mine and she's a huge fan as well. So bunch of growing up just seen, Pearl Jam and hang out and Seattle, and then we're going to Chicago Rattlers at sometimes weird sometimes I do know them and I don't realize it. 'cause it's like the wrestling name versus the real name? Yeah. Yeah. I'm always like, I don't know. Yeah. I might know who she is like a red hair. She she and Charlotte flare best friends. She made even come to my gym now that I think about it, maybe. Yeah. Yeah. But so we're doing that and we're going to Chicago and they're probably going at some point. We're going back to New York and New Jersey to more stuff there and do some stuff there. What are you trying to do with the content. Like what? What type of content you guys producing is kind of based on lifting or based on kind of the adventure? Like is a little bit more like a little both Matt Minson issue as a little bit. What would I do both kind of? Yeah. Yeah. So just going around visiting people doing blog kind of stuff. All the above kind of, how's your diet and stuff of, especially when you travel, you able to kind of keep keep up with it and and staying intact with it, or you don't care too. So what's interesting is because you had said, now you doing more of a bodybuilding, like hire car blow fat diet. I actually tend to look better and perform better on that kind of diet. But when you're traveling, it's hard to find sweet potatoes and rice like the only car being get his fries half the place, especially if you're going to middle America. Really interesting. It's so weird. It's a really weird thing that you can't find a healthy carb. Yeah. And so then carbs get a bad rap, right? And then we got like our war on carbs, but and that's kinda why there has to be a war on carbs is because there's such shitty carbohydrates that are available every once in a while at some of these places, you can get some fruit that's about it really find you're not gonna get like a regular dry potato. 'tatoes kinda rough eating white rice isn't so bad. He throw some salt on soy sauce. Good to go. So when I travel, I tend to go lower car because you could always just get meet somewhere, just get meeting salad and that's easier. But you got to cut out something, right? Yeah. I mean, if you're if you're trying to balance trying to balance out the energy system, I don't love the whole calorie thing because I think it can sometimes be like an inaccurate measure, but it is the only thing that we have to measure the energy and so you have to figure out like, yeah, my going to eat more fat and less carbs or eat more carbs, unless fat gotta figure out a way to balance it out. Yeah, I for so many years. Why h shit just to, you know what? I used to spend a ton of time with when learn Tate. I used to eat a ton and like I graduated high school, same hide. I am now one hundred and forty, seven pounds, and I was like, open the twenties, but my face was like this. And I was just eating like day. Dave like David is the hang out all the time. He would come stay at my house and we'd have six muffins for breakfast with a gallon of milk and look like this. And I thought I was huge, but I was just like fat. I'm getting so strong..
"wasco" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And welcome back Mark Eden with us he was the editor with, Dennis Wasco on. The supernatural in society culture and history and primarily it dealt, with investigators who dabbled in this field but also people who really think of themselves. As vampires and really play the part. We'll, get into that in a second now how long did it take you to do this study Mark My research started in February of two thousand twelve and my last. Investigation with a, team was last year so you could say five and a half, years I just. Call it six years because I'm still in the process of, writing the book that will be based solely on my own research so a good. Solid six years of hanging out with. Investigators, participating investigations doing the interviews and then going to the conferences And? You, went to, several of them what, about five yeah, yeah I went to five I'm in the midwest and so, you know, the conferences that I was able to. Travel to where in the mid west region but I made sure they went to a variety of different conferences so I, didn't get the same. Thing over and over and over whatever your conclusions been based now on these investigators what have you concluded, I I mean I think you know first of. All looking at the motivations we spoke about that before the break you know in terms of why people get involved some of these are. Intrinsic motivations loss of, a loved one searching for evidence to kind of, sways our fears of death those sorts of things But? You, know one, of the things that, I'm looking at, in in my own research is that the how a process, right like, not so much how you definitively proved. The existence of ghosts but how people come to the conclusion that what they had was a paranormal experience so you know, for example on investigations There's always the what was that moment there's a knock a bomb someone feels touched and, and, there's a process that unfolds after that of making sense of the paranormal and so you know one of the things that, I think, my, research contributes at least to the, sociological understanding, of paranormal investigation is looking at the kind of, moment by moment processes by which investigators discount certain types. Of events and say. Oh that was just the floorboards creaky in and then incorporate, other events, into an, unfolding narratives that that, culminates in them, saying you know yes your house is definitively haunt actually you know I, think if you fix something in, your? Basement probably this feeling of an easy uneasiness in your home we'll, go away Mark how did you come across people who believe that they're vampires for. Example you know, are in, the process Is putting together. This book we came across research by a religious studies scholar named, Joseph Laycock. And he has done work for the? Better part of a decade looking at real, vampires and so you know Dennis and I both were drawn to his research really. Early on in this, process of putting together the book because I think it's just so intrinsically interesting for people to think that there's people out there who you know not only would say put on some plastic fangs or something like that, around, Halloween but really deeply within themselves believe that they are vampires and so you know we were we were drawn to that, and he, wrote, a really outstanding chapter for the, book about, this subculture real vampires he's been studying for quite, some time we'll get into these vampires Mark Eaton with. Us he with a. Dennis Wasco wrote the supernatural I feel like I'm Elmer Fudd, when I, say Dennis's, last name you Wasco Here's a bit of, a wacko and how did you to team up you know I it was really funny it was I guess we were sort of kindred spirits both of us completely unknown to one another were studying ghosts and haunting internal, investigation within about a, four and a half hour drive of one another here in, the mid west you know, we we both have kinda. Ben in the sociological, circles for, some time now and maybe, past each other at conferences but didn't really know each other until I, submitted a. Paper to a session that he was. Hosting it a sociological conference and. We really sorta, hit it off almost immediately because it's probably..
"wasco" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. And welcome. Back Mark Eden with us he was the editor with Dennis, Wasco on the supernatural in society culture and history and primarily it dealt with investigators. Who dabbled in this field but also. People, who really think of themselves as vampires and really play the part we'll get into that in a second now how long did it take you to do this study Mark My research started in February of two thousand twelve and my last investigation with a. Team was last? Year. So, you could say five. And a half years I, just call it six, years because I've still in the process of writing, the book that will be based, solely on my own research so a good solid six years of, hanging out with investigators participating investigations doing the interviews and. Then go. Into the conferences and you went to several of them? What about five yeah yeah I went to? Five I'm in. The mid west and so you know the conferences that I was, able to travel, to we're in the mid west region but I made sure, they went to a variety of different conferences so I didn't get the same thing. Over and over and over what of. Your, conclusions been based now on these investigators what have you concluded I think you know first of all looking at, the motivations we spoke about that, before the break you know in terms of why people get involved, some of these are intrinsic motivations loss of a loved. One searching. For evidence to kind of sways our fears of death, those sorts of things But you, know one, of the, things that, I'm looking, at in in, my own research is you know that the how a process, right like, not so much how you definitively prove. The existence of ghosts but how people come to the conclusion that what they had was a paranormal experience so you know, for example on investigations There's always the what was that moment there's a knock a bomb someone, feels, touched and there's a process that unfolds after that of making sense of the paranormal and so you know one of the, things that, I, think my research contributes at. Least, to the, sociological understanding of paranormal investigation is looking at the, kind of moment by moment processes by which investigators discount certain types of events. And say oh that was just the floorboards creaky and and? Then incorporate, other events, into an unfolding narratives, that that culminates, in them saying you know yes your house is definitively haunting actually you know I think if you fix something in, your? Basement probably this feeling of an easy uneasiness in your home will, go away Mark how did you come across people who believe that they're vampires for. Example you know, are in, the process Putting. Together this book we came across research by a religious studies? Scholar named, Joseph Laycock, and he has done Worked for the better part of a decade looking at real vampires and so you know Dennis and I both were drawn to his research really early on in this process of putting together the book, because I think it's, just so intrinsically interesting for people to think that there's people, out there who you know, not only would say put. On some plastic fangs, or something, like that around Halloween but, really deeply within themselves believe that they are vampires and so you know, we were. We were drawn to that and he. Wrote a really outstanding chapter for. The book about, this subculture real vampires he's been studying for. Quite some time we'll get into these vampires Mark Eaton with us, he with a Dennis Wasco wrote. The supernatural I feel like I'm Elmer Fudd when I say Dennis's last name you Wasco Here's a bit of a wacko and how did you to, team up You know I it. Was really funny it was I guess we were sort of kindred spirits both of us completely unknown to one another were studying ghosts and haunting internal investigation within about. Four and a half hour drive. Of one another here in the midwest You know we we both have kinda Ben in the sociological circles for some time now and maybe pass each other. At, conferences but, didn't, really know each other. Until I, submitted a paper to session that he was. Hosting a sociological conference and we really sorta hit it off almost immediately because it's probably as.
"wasco" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And welcome, back Mark Eden. With us he was the editor with Dennis Wasco on the, supernatural in society culture and history and primarily it dealt with investigators who dabbled in. This field but also people who really. Think of themselves as vampires and really play the part we'll get into that in a second now how long did it take you to do this study Mark My research started in February of two thousand twelve and my last investigation with the. Team was last? Year. So, you could say five. And a half years, ish just call it, six years because I'm still in the process of, writing the book that will be, based solely on my own research so a good solid six years, of hanging out with investigators participating investigations doing the interviews and then go into the conferences and you. Went to several of, them what about five yeah yeah I went? To five I'm. In the midwest and so you know the conferences that I was, able to travel, to we're in the mid west region but I made sure, they went to a variety of different conferences so I didn't get the same thing. Over and over and over one of. Your, conclusions been dais now on these investigators what have you concluded I mean I think, you know first of all looking at the motivations. We spoke about that before the break you know in terms of why people get involved some of these are intrinsic motivations loss of a. Loved one searching for, evidence to kind of sways our fears of death, those sorts of things but you know one of the things that I'm looking at in. In my own? Research. Is, you know that the. How a process right, like not so much, how you definitively prove the existence of ghosts but, how people come to the conclusion, that what they had was a terrible experience so you know for, example on investigations there's always the what was that moment there's a knock a bomb someone feels touched. And there's a process, that unfolds after that Of making sense of the paranormal and so you know one of the things that I. Think my, research contributes at least, to the sociological, understanding of paranormal investigation is looking at the kind of moment, by moment, processes by which investigators discount certain types. Of events and say oh that was just the floorboards creaky and and then incorporate other events into an unfolding narratives that, that culminates in them. Saying you know, yes your house is definitively haunting actually you know I think if you fix something in your basement probably this feeling, of? An easy uneasiness in your home will go away Mark how did, you come across people who believe that they're vampires for example you know are in. The process of, putting together, this book, we came across research by a religious? Studies scholar named Joseph Laycock and he has, done worked for the better part of it A decade looking at real vampires and so you know Dennis and I both were drawn to his research really early on in this process of putting together the book because I think it's just, so, intrinsically interesting for people to think that there's people out there who you know not only would say put on some plastic, things or, something, like that around Halloween but. Really, deeply within, themselves believe that they are vampires and so you, know we were we were drawn to that and he wrote a really outstanding. Chapter for the book about this subculture real vampires that he's? Been studying, for quite, some time we'll get into these vampires marketing with. Us he with a Dennis Wasco wrote the supernatural I feel like, I'm Elmer Fudd when I say Dennis's last name Yu y. Here's a bit of a wacko and how did you to team up You know I it. Was really funny it was I guess we were sort of kindred spirits both of us completely unknown to one another were studying ghosts and haunting internal investigation within about a four. And a, half, hour drive of one another here in the mid west you know we we both have kinda Ben in the, sociological circles for some time now and maybe pass each other at conferences but didn't really know each other until I, submitted a paper to session that he was hosting it a sociological conference and we really hit it off almost immediately because it's probably..
Eating dinner earlier could reduce cancer risk
"Of control in northern Oregon. And the substation fire as it's called his burned forty five thousand acres east of Portland it killed a person in. Wasco county, authorities believe the could was using a tracker to. Try to build, a fire line. On his property, when he was overtaken by flames several communities. In that area have been evacuated some research shows people who eat dinner. Earlier in the. Evening reduce their risk of. Getting, breast and. Prostate cancer the studies from the Barcelona institute For global health they observed the link between the two. After looking at eating. And sleeping habits and found. That people who. Ate after nine pm had a. Higher risk of cancer although, researchers aren't exactly sure. Why that is an. In Maryland Baltimore, is banning sugary drinks from kids menus in restaurants and becomes the first major US city to take such a step that ban that took effect yesterday is, aimed at promoting healthy habits and. Families with young kids by making water milk and one hundred percent fruit juices the default beverage options on the kids menu parents can still order sodas or other sugary drinks..
"wasco" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Really really powerful meditation and you mentioned pharma wasco iowa i've actually had more profound visionary experiences from doing really intense neuro feedback like dissolving into the universe and you know things that probably many spiritual traditions would call pass lives you know you could describe as entirely made up or whatever you wanna call them but just very very powerful visions more so than from the pharma side of things just from visualization and just from sort of like i believe probably turning down the default mode network using feedback to do it and so a lot of people it's like why did breathing in my yoga class or did a ten minute audio courses like that but there could be some really profound things that happen and usually it involves a teacher like teaching how to do it did you get taught that that thing did you come up with it yourself like what did that emerged from i love it emerged from my research and my curiosity about things and of course a study off a lot of the traditions were on energy and energy healing i'm an informal student i always very interested in shamanic healing all over the world if these kinds of things they sort of like emerge almost almost gone kelly from all of the studies because you're able to piece together all of these different different parts of it and interesting what you said about your feedback providing same thing actually very simple technique now that you remember that the listeners can use you know when you go close your eyes and meditate you're focusing your breathing right and and we have so we are so fucked up so the license.
"wasco" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"You still have to play i get that but that helps and you know what to intensify to come in brand new come into a franchise that has no uncertainty of the future don't know what's going on actions and wise variables variables falling all over the place they just lost their best player in this key came into that this willingly i do not see this coming from wasco i watch basketball no saw him in college it didn't stand out to be something over the top he's taken his game to the next level he is on another level of playing basketball confidence wise and for that man i gotta i gotta salute down to the maze man that's that's tough to come into a as a rookie but those type of intensive income on us come on man good team to go bear has a very very good team i like his team i like utah things do not want to see them in in the playoffs they're going to be a minister and i think they're gonna make some noise but if i had to take man i love ben simmons but i gotta go with donovan mitchell but i wouldn't be mad if they did a do rookie of the few more minutes left with kevin going at fifteen time nba all star mba champion mvp nba mvp host of area twenty one here on the rich eisen show so are you not buying so adelphia is a real deep threat in the eastern conference or are you definitely didn't say that okay i'm definitely bassem stock in in in the process i'm trusting in like everybody else in philly i'm just sitting back waiting to see how it cook up what about being lebron if they face lebron with joel back healthy a lot a lot you know you gotta you gotta be on your game you when you re trying to dethrone with somebody he's trying to take somebody off they spot you're trying to be somebody i want to turn on ask the question you risk do you think that we are fans are tired of the narrative of lebron going to the finals every year you think elitist a bit tired of that you think that they're starting to be a bit weather.
"wasco" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"It's hard to make this claim but it seems like awasa and lsd seem to the seems to have those are the cases that i've heard of i haven't heard i think i would venture to say that again totally anecdotal that md may due to the way that md may works with less likely lead to this kind of experience although it could maybe but i think it's much less likely now my fear is that like i've said this now and there's going to be some journalist out there who's going to say it was gonna turn the tide of this may be my paranoia but they're going to say like headline like iowa lsd caused psychedelic ptsd which is not the that's not the take home that i'm trying to the liver here it's more that we need to look at all sides of this but the media sensationalism particularly today is so intense anything for the clicks that scares me yet and it's very reasonable fear but i think i think this is definitely right option we can't kill ourselves guided by lousy journalism win these negative experiences that lasts forever do happen it does seem to be pretty damn rare for the amount of psychedelics and amount of bad actors who were giving wasco apple all over the place and still goes okay right whereas right formative this that speaks about something yeah something but the the amount of you see from the sixties and from the eighties lsd is is harder to abuse in some in in in a lot of ways but md may is much easier to be doing for a couple of months straight every night and it's a pretty it's a pretty safe nontoxic drug as far as things go but you know you can't you see what happens if you take that that that plays havoc with your hair your serotonin system and all these systems brain can't take that to speak to them you may i had i seen very rare to me but i do actually know of two cases and other thing we should mention about this this is probably less case less likely for wasco but when people are using empty may recreationally there's also usually alcohol on board and other substances and the cases that i know done.
Republicans Are Unhappy About President Trump's Tariff Announcement
"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi saying fears over a trade war pitting Republicans in congress against the Republican in the Oval Office. Senior members of the GOP are publicly and privately lobbying to persuade President Trump not to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a spokeswoman for House Speaker. Paul, Ryan has issued a statement warning. The tariffs could undermine the economic growth, Republican lawmakers promise voters. When they recently overhaul the nation's tax code. Well, it appears congressional Democrats are no closer to securing an immigration deal with Republicans that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program passed during the Obama era was due to expire today under President Trump's orders That's been delayed pending, legal action boat with no new agreement insight on Capitol Hill Senator Dick Durban says everything rests on the president. The only way it moves forward is if the Republican leaders give a signal from the prism of something you will exempt boats. The situation court, William, I'll look for every opportunity every opportunity to bring this matter before the Senate and House, but being in the minority, It's a limited set of options. President Trump's, demanding a multibillion dollar border wall, and he wants to tighten family-based immigration Also on the agenda today, the Middle East N Pierce annual Esperance's President Trump hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today The US will open a temporary embassy in an existing consulate building in Jerusalem in mid May to mark Israel's independence day President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. He is considering traveling to Jerusalem for the occasion by look forward to being there. And I'm very proud of that decision. Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital has angered. The Palestinians who also have claims in the city. They say they will no longer participate in US led peace efforts. President Trump said he thinks the Palestinians are quote, wanting to come back to the table very badly. If they don't, you don't have peace. And that's a possibility also. Netanyahu. Who said he'd be speaking the Trump about what he called the biggest threat in the Middle East Iran, Daniel 'Sarin, NPR News. The White House e- Las Vegas victims fund is distributing more than thirty one million dollars for victims of mass shooting and Paracel Afato has details to families of those killed in people with paralysis. And brain injuries will receive the biggest chunk of the money. Two hundred seventy five thousand dollars each ninety thousand donors contributed to the fund, and it's being distributed by volunteers more than double the number of victims compensated by similar funds in the Boston marathon bombing. And the shooting in Orlando at the Pulse nightclub, The number of victims was much higher in Las Vegas than in Boston in Orlando, more than eight hundred and fifty people were injured, fifty eight people killed and some twenty four thousand people, including vendors in people working the concert were there. When the shooter open fire survivor, say families need more help as they struggled to deal with both the physical and emotional trauma of that day later follow reporting, This is NPR. Scientists are reporting progress in the long battle to revive the Chesapeake Bay. NPR stand Charles reports, beds of seagrass are expanding in helping many aquatic creatures. The Chesapeake Bay has been in ill health for a long time, And one reason is nutrient pollution. Many of those nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus come from farmland around the Bay and alongside the rivers, the drain into the bay, nutrients feed the growth of algae, make the water cloudy. And that means seagrass on the floor of the Bay. Have a hard time surviving intern That hurts crabs small fish waterfowl. But farmers have been doing a lot to limit nutrient run-off. And according to a new study, in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, It's succeeding. Nutrient levels are down and see. Grass beds have grown dramatically providing food and shelter for other species. Dan, Charles and Pierre news in EU economic data out today, U S service firms grew more slowly in farewell. Very, compared with the previous month, whoever it still expanded, healthy clip Associated, Press reporting. The Institute for Supply Management says it's services. Index slipped to fifty nine point five from fifty nine point nine in January Wasco winners har still basking in the glow of the attention of last night's Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The MI-2 movement against sexual misconduct in the industry was front and center throughout the evening at last check on Wall Street, the Dow is up three hundred seventy points one and a half percent at twenty four thousand nine hundred eight I'm Lakshmi saying NPR News in Washington.
"wasco" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs
"In just now is actually with our wasco which is a the component being dmt so this very broad range of different compounds that are considered psychedelic a different levels the thing that links the mall lili in terms of sucked that a therapies is using the compound to provide a normal a normal newly state of consciousness in which you can carry out saga therapy and this is really interesting concept because it's almost the antithesis of psychotherapy as we understand it today if you ask your average psychologists about psychotherapy tell you psychotherapy is something you do on the sober mind you know you go into a session if yo in any way altered so this is this is really the opposite of that it's like we're gonna make this person althood for this session and use that unique mental state to see if we can actually do work that you couldn't do in the ordinary state of consciousness several others many different drugs that all use boldly in the same way and what really important about science therapy however is not just the drug experience it's the course itself so a typical course of psychedelic therapy with any of these drugs might be say ten twelve weeks or so weekly sessions only one or two or three of which would be drug assisted and the the nondrug sessions before the drug session and the integration sessions after the drug session are crucial to the totality of the effect it's not just take the drug once you get better it some use the drug it a couple of times as part of a course of non drugs like therapy to unharmed.
"wasco" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Knowing it's going to be recorded yeah and played nationwide and peng millions bliss and to and pastas airdie and this is someone who i'm telling you i see nothing getting in martius way okay now for nicole she has demonstrated such versatility i think i have the versatile queens on her episode of wasco to restart restarts she i don't think so honeyed quote you showed me the movie choi on an airplane and um i believe one of her a little soundbites and not one was i would rather the plane go down with the president on it and the at the time this this was preinauguration this was president obama and she was so willing to be no sacrifice a life of one of our best presidents and just so just to dry one of the best one of the best and um you know she is not afraid to throw her political alignments aside to make a point and then her a second i don't think so honey was at the live show second life show she was the first trouble drought that show jennifer garner via troll ball she i believe she used the phrase capital one bitch you know i think she did really well with that with jennifer garner because then she shared afterwards when we spoke to her afterwards at the admission she said the she actually loves jennifer garner and the fact that she's able to turn that part of her brain off her you know let me just go easy because they love jennifer garner no she's ogle's replied hard she if i'd even came for her marriage chicken firm internet to me presents a problem okay because if you're such a feminist while you're trying to tear down another woman for her marriage and also why are you attacking a movie with a female lead i think the coal silverberg is a wolf sheep's clothing i think i will say is branded as a feminist and someone who shakes facebook up in a good way but i see through it and i see someone who wants to end the careers of young actresses who embody spirit grit and grace i won't question marshes feminist.
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"After graduating from college i worked for about ten years before i went back to wasco and i did that with the encouragement and support of the people i worked within four at the time and in fact my employer at the time was very supportive of my um going to law school which i did part time at night always a challenging circumstances appeared me for um prepare me for the life of uh of a lawyer uh and while i was practising law um here in columbus um i specialized in uh government relations work which includes both uh state administrative and regulatory law as well as legislative work and i do yes actually admit to having been a lobbyist um at the state level here um and then my substantive specialty though i represented a number of clients in uh in my government relations practice my such should specialty was in the insurance field so um there uh as you know there are a lot of insurance companies that are based here in columbus and so i was privileged to represent a number of those companies in my in my legal career faith you were doing this at a time when it was probably not common for women to go to law school and to be at the level you were with your law firm um that's right i would say uh you know well it currently when you look at with law school classes at least fifty percent of those classes now are female um when i went to law school was which actually was not here in columbus at which law school in washington dc there was a fairly high percentage of women but but definitely less than half um uh and so it was an interesting journey and um certainly today in the legal profession uh.
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"Do get back their spending their time trying to contact uh mumbo i'm job but the mayor here uh gary boko and saying that uh you know she doesn't want to distract the focus should be on being lives in trying to get uh this city and this island back up and running in spain riots barcelona are firing rubber projectiles trying to clear polling stations the catalonia region voting on an independence referendum that stains government has deemed illegal handle on government spokesperson georgia truly those people who will see the voting station closed down or blocks for any reason they will be allowed to go to other places throw the voting stations in edmonton canada police are investigating two incidents a stabbing and two vehicle attacks as an act of terrorism police say a man drove through a barricade and stabbed an officer who is directing traffic at a football game commonwealth stadium a man later arrested at a separate incident you're listening to abc news fairways radio time is four rockies can't get the win last night the dodgers but no worries wasco brewers earlier in the day for the rocks in the playoffs for the first time in eight years one game playoff set for wednesday against the arizona diamondbacks great opportunities a second baseman digital may i think it happen now we're going nothing to lose a lot of people have arizona in that already got nothing to lose and i know the daughters don't wanna see us either saw i think he'll be exciting courage wednesday begins with rockies countdown live from phoenix at 430 rockies on decade 520 first pitch at sex with jockan jerry or the biggest beer festivals in the us gets underway next week and at the colorado convention center and you're in denver before that happens great american beer festival week is underway as of now go all the way through great american beer festival which is next weekend but what that means is that there are more than two hundred sixty beer related event going on all around the city as justin bressler with visit denver one of events lonetree brewery raising its hop zombie bruno you can find a full listing of beer events this week on the great american beer festival web page and we have a linkup of honor koa news radio twitter feed they wait for.