35 Burst results for "Werner"
The Charlie Kirk Show
Can We Sue the Vax Traffickers?
"There are a lot of people that have been harmed. Because of the mRNA gene altering shot called a vaccine. But when you have a lot of people harmed, how do you then pursue justice? How are you then able to remedy that? Well, typically, you're able to go through the courts. That's why the courts exist to be able to resolve civil matters. To be able to figure out if somebody was wrong and then be able to get a remedy. Well, joining us now is Robert Barnes, a constitutional attorney who is here to explain a new effort as well as Warner mendenhall from the mendenhall law group, Robert and Warner, welcome to the program. Glad to be here. I'm glad to be here. Thank you. So Robert, we'll start with you. Robert, thank you for taking the time. I'm going to admire yours. You're very clear on constitutional matters. Tell us about your upcoming event in Atlanta. And then tell us about this journey that you are on to be able to represent people that were significantly harmed by the vaccine. Absolutely. So, you know, Werner helped put together the vaccine safety research foundation conference. It's going to take place in Atlanta at the towards the end of March. The goal is to bring a lot of lawyers together that are in this space to discuss what options and alternatives exist for those that want to be able to get remedy for the various injuries being caused by this vaccine. As the vaccine adverse event reporting system designed by Congress to monitor and measure potential adverse effects from a vaccine has set records with this vaccine, I mean, you're talking about ten X 30 X hundred X ratios of injury compared to prior vaccines. In fact, this vaccine has caused more injuries than all of the vaccines that have ever been recorded and reported by the VAERS data since VAERS inception. You know, almost three decades ago.
AP News Radio
Chief: 6-year-old shot Virginia teacher during class lesson
"Police in Newport News Virginia are calling an elementary school teacher a hero for evacuating her classroom after she was shot. Originally, police said Friday shooting was an argument, but now chief Steve drew alleges, the 6 year old boy simply opened fire. She was providing instruction. He displayed a firearm. He pointed it, and he fired one round. He says the gun came from the boy's home, it had been purchased legally and now they're investigating how it was stored. As to how the little boy knew how to handle a 9 millimeter Taurus handgun. That is a great question. And I wish that we never had to have it asked. Chief drew also calls the teacher Abby's Werner his hero. For getting the other children out of the classroom, even though she'd just been shot. I believe she did save lives because I don't know what else might have happened if those kids would have stayed in that room. School officials say they're reviewing security at the city's elementary schools and considering the use of metal detectors to help keep guns out. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Fetterman's rocky debate raises anxiety among Democrats
"Will a rocky debate 5 months after a democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate had a stroke effect opinions of some undecided voters candidate John fetterman of Pennsylvania acknowledges that Tuesday's debate was rough Pennsylvania voter Michael Werner who attended a fetterman rally Wednesday night in Pittsburgh says he still supports the Democrat The idea that he should not be elected or that he's unfit to serve because he's having some difficulty hearing or processing words Is essentially saying that somebody who is death is not not able to serve in the Senate which is crazy Democrat and former Pennsylvania governor Ed rendell says the only way for fetterman to recover from the debate is to be seen in public and do interviews as much as possible to let people know he's ready to take office I'm Donna water
Ask The Health Expert
"werner" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"By day three of my virgin diet experience, I was having those intense cravings that you talked about in the book, so. So you thought this is fantastic. You know, it was, it was crazy how good I felt, but even in the first two days. The mindset had changed. It wasn't, it wasn't just trying a diet. It was just different. So I got through day three and day four of the cravings. And I guess I'm one for self torture because I left, it was coming up on Halloween. All over my house because it's a big big deal in our subdivision. And managed to get through my cravings and it was wonderful. I had fun finding things that didn't have the high 5 foods in there. It became a game almost. Hear that, everybody. Fun. It's a game. And you know what's so cool is when I first wrote the book, we're redoing it now and it's going to come out and swap to drop in January 2024 because there's so many swaps now. There's so many awesome things, right? It's so much easier. Yeah. It was. I really enjoyed it. It really was fun. I got a couple Friends on it as well. I had one friend that had been battling like a skin issue for two years. And I'm like, dude, I'm telling you, it's got to be this, or it's got, you know, you got to read this book. And so her and I had fun, you know, she would find something that I hadn't found yet. And then I would find something like you got to try this salsa. There's zero sugar in it. So it was fun. Cool. Okay. So what happened? So I am down in my weight. I have stayed away from gluten because that was a huge, I mean, I triggered with a I don't know. 30 minutes of eating the pasta that I had. And what happened? I bloated out to like I was 7 months pregnant. I couldn't breathe, like that feeling of, I think you talk about it in the book too. Like when you eat a meal, you're supposed to be contently full, but not like I can't breathe full and while eating that, I was like, oh, I just feel like I'm so full, but I hadn't even, I don't even think I'd eaten a quarter of it yet. I've already felt the fullness, but then after that, the bloat came along, and I was, I was miserable. Like I was showing my stepdaughter. I had a T-shirt. Look, I'm not pregnant. You know what I love about that? Is it takes away this idea of I think I'll have a cheat day. Because you're like, oh, no way. No, no. I mean, it is legit of somebody offering you something, and you're like, oh, I can't have that. No. I do think, so I've noticed, I mean, I'll be completely honest. I didn't have a reaction to soy. So okay, you know, no reaction whatnot. And do we know anything about your thyroid nodule? Is your eyes your thyroid normal? It got smaller, so the nodules started to get smaller. I mean, I couldn't even wash my back in the shower. Without pushing it into my airway in sending me into a coughing fit, right? I don't want to have surgery. And so when I talked to doctor Werner, he said, you know, he goes, I'm not saying that surgery is completely out, but let's do these things, right? Let's do the elimination. Let's do.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
'What in the World Happened to Elise Stefanik?'
"Got to tell you now. Finally, last story of the morning, New York Times Pete Werner, says, what in the world happened to at least defend it? Whenever you see one of those headlines what in the world happened to. It's a hit piece. I've been the subject of lots of what in the world happened to you here. When someone disagrees with you, they suggest that you've changed. But in fact, they changed. And I said, that's what you got to understand. Pete wehner has changed. Not at least the fan it. A least of fennec is a Republican leader who is leading a different kind of Republican Party that Pete wehner had a big role in pizza friend of mine, but those kinds of pieces are hit pieces. And mostly it's pizza upset about the attack on the one 6 committee.
AP News Radio
Comic-Con returns in full force with costumes, crowds
"The pop culture extravaganza in San Diego Comic-Con International is back after a two year hiatus The pandemic forced Comic-Con to go virtual Fully costumed David Werner says it's nice to be back This was a tradition I had and then I brought my wife on our first date Two common cons So it's a very special thing for us And as soon as my son's old enough I'm bringing him in as well As required a Comic-Con nearly all wore masks the protective kind not the supervillain kind ariella lander off is okay with that I would say a tiny bit of meat up nervous As everyone is all the time but I mean they're really good about making sure everyone has their proper identification People like Valerie Lawton feel they fit in at Comic-Con You're in line in somebody's talking about Pokémon and when you're in real life you're the lonely person talking about Pokémon So it's just nice to feel like everybody around you is just an invested as you are People were dressed as Star Wars stormtroopers The Mandalorian even Chucky from child's play emerged from one cosplayer stomach I'm Ed
"werner" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"On my shoulders, and carried into the helicopter and put him on a helicopter, and we took off. And as we took off, the pilot sent word back that he was sorry that he had left so abruptly the previous day he didn't know there were still people on the ground and this was only his second or third evac flight. So he just wasn't used to all the gunfire. Doc, let's pause right there. We'll be right back with much more of your story right here on veterans chronicles. I'm Greg karus and our guest is bob Doc Werner, U.S. Navy veteran, maybe corpsman in the Vietnam War. This is veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus, our guest in this edition is bob, Doc Werner. A U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. He served as a navy corpsman and is the recipient of three purple hearts in the previous segment. He described in powerful detail how the was wounded the first time as a result of shrapnel from a mortar and the harrowing evacuation that lasted much longer than I'm sure he prefers having to wait overnight with a with a marine with a broken leg. And so Doc, when you got back, when you finally evacuated the next morning, how were you treated for your injuries? As I alluded to earlier, they were just shrapnel wounds and which it was just involved stitching them up a little bit suturing them up and I was in the field hospital for no more than a day or two and then I reported back to a unit to get ready to go back out in the field. So you were back out there pretty quickly. Yes sir I was. Okay, so when did the second Purple Heart incident occur? Well, it was several months later. I don't recall some of these dates are a little unclear time frames are a little unclear.
"werner" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Eating in mud and everything else. When their work casualties, and perhaps maybe the first time you had to deal with one is still fresh in your mind, how do you respond to that, particularly if the fighting still happening? You just do the best you can, the first couple of times it was very difficult for me to tell myself to get up from where I was and proceed through incoming fire to find a wounded man and to deal with him while the bullets are going back and forth over my head. Doc, we're going to take a quick break. Why don't we come back? We'll have much more with bob Doc Werner, U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam War serving as a hospital corpsman and he is the recipient of three purple hearts. When we come back, we'll learn about those particular instances and how he responded to them. I'm Greg Columbus. This is veterans chronicles. This is veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus, our guest in this edition is bob Doc Werner, navy veteran of the Vietnam War, serving as a navy corpsman. Just before the break, we learned about how he adapted to the combat climate, as well as the actual climate in Vietnam, given how rainy and wet everything was over there. Going forward, we're going to be talking about the different instances where he received the Purple Heart for being wounded in action. And so Doc, let's start with the first one. How do you recall that particular encounter? Well, I was we were on a patrol I was with a squad unit with a couple of extra people. I believe there are 15 or 16 of us and it was an extremely hot, dry day, and we were walking on a raised area of berm, if you will, on one side, or rice paddies on the other side was jungle, we were spread out as we were supposed to be and all of a sudden we started taking small arms fire. The AK-47, you could tell it was an AK-47. AK-47 has a unique sound and once you've heard it, you know exactly what it sounds like. Oh, everyone hit the deck, hit the ground, and immediately I started hearing calls for Carmen on Facebook and other places you'll see coming up, but Corman was hit, save your breath, call for corpsman.
"werner" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"I'm Greg corumba. Our guest in the sedition is bob Doc Werner. He is a U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam War, where he served as a navy corpsman, and he earned three purple hearts during his service there, and Doc, thank you very much for being with us. Thank you for having me. Where are we born and raised, sir? I was born in the Los Angeles area and pretty much raced in that area. Was there a history of military service in your family? Well, it's kind of a difficult question to answer my birth father left before I was about three years old, but I believe he was in the navy during World War II, but I really don't have any thing to back that up. How did you get interested in joining the service? Well, I early on I had when you entered when you go into boot camp in the navy, you're given a blue jackets manual, which is a book that talks all about the navy and how to do things, how to fold your clothes and brush your teeth and literally everything. You do, and I had a 1940 edition of that as a child that I believe my father left behind, but again I don't have any facts to back that up. My mother didn't talk about him or what went on. So I had read that several times as I was growing up, so I developed an interest in the navy early on and that's where that came from. So even less than in 1963. Yes, sir. And so at that point, Vietnam was in the news, but we weren't extremely active there yet. So as you enlisted, were you expecting to end up fighting there? When I enlisted, I was 16 years old. I had had less than stellar home life, I ran away from home and a friend of my mother's signed the paper stating those 17 so I could join the navy. If you had offered me a $1 million to find Vietnam on a map, I could not have done it. I don't believe I heard a Vietnam until I went into training to be a corpsman with the marines. So you had somebody other than a parent sign you in? Did they act as your mother? Yes. Wow, at 16 years old. Yes, sir. What was it like being 16 years old in training and doing all this stuff? It was overwhelming to say the least, my wife, my lady I'm married to these days, describes me as self domesticated, my childhood, I spent a lot of time roaming the streets and what have you. So everything I learned, I learned on my own, and the navy was a shock, all of the discipline and being ordered around and told what to do and when to do it, was pretty much overwhelming, and it took me quite a while to become accustomed to it.
NPR's Book of the Day
"werner" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"Renowned filmmaker Werner Herzog has published his first novel, and the story behind it starts in 1997. Herzog was in Tokyo to direct an opera, and his hosts informed him that the Japanese emperor might be open to meeting him. When this was reported to me I said to my Japanese Friends for God's sake, it will be only for a boulet and pleasantries in order real conversation. I shouldn't do it a private audience with the emperor is an enormous honor, and Herzog knew instantly that he'd committed a massive faux pas. It was so embarrassing that there was silent silent silence. And then somebody asked into the silence whom else, if not the emperor, would you like to meet in Japan? And I said, oh no da and they ask, I'm not honored and I said, yeah, here go onoda hero onoda was an icon in Japan. An officer in the Imperial Japanese Army with a story stranger than fiction. He was the last soldier to surrender 29 years after the end of the Second World War. In late 1944, onoda was stationed on a small island in the Philippines, when the Japanese Army evacuated onoda was ordered to stay and fight. And so when the Japanese surrendered in 1945, here just offshore from bloody Okinawa, the town number one, carrying part of the Japanese surrender delegation onoda's private war went on for 29 years he waged a guerrilla campaign from the jungle, first with a few other soldiers and ultimately on his own. He stole food from local villagers, he killed civilians and fought gun battles with police officers he believed were enemy agents. And he resisted all attempts to convince him of the truth. Leaflets dropped from planes, copies of current newspapers, even a personal appeal from his own brother. Onoda was sure they were all fabricated enemy propaganda. His story so big, very, very few stories that we have in our cultural history like let's say some dark or Hugo honora or a few more and that's about it. And so nearly 20 years after their meeting in Japan, Werner Herzog turned onoda's story into a novel called the Twilight world.
"werner" Discussed on ESPN FC
"He's young, he's somebody who I think would have a market. I think Chelsea know that they could get some money back for him. And he may even agree to take a step back and maybe sacrifice a little bit in terms of wages for more opportunity. But this would have to be down to him. Otherwise, some Chelsea's perspective, I think there's other players they would rather shift first. Timo Werner. So I've gone with a three here. And this is I think obviously the thing with Werner is I think Chelsea would probably happily move him on. The issue again, Werner is one of Chelsea's higher earners. They spend a lot of money on them. And he hasn't been that effective. You know, he certainly not for lack of effort, but the goals aren't there. And I think he's also had a bit of a rough time as you saw the other night with Germany. I think it's very difficult to shift them and I think from two horse perspective, rather than an unknown with Werner on the pitch, you know, you might not get finishing, but you know you're gonna get a shift. Hakim ziya. I'm going to hire with ziya so I've gone with a 6 here. The thing with the edge is his natural position is either in the hole or starting out on the wing and cutting inside. He's not going to play in the hole because mason mason mountains there. Starting out wide and coming inside, well, Chelsea don't play with wingers. So he's been there a while now. I think he's been generally being good when he has played, but the minutes have been hard to come by. Again, he's somebody I think, whether alone or whether more likely on loan or possibly permanent move. I think if he decides, you know, I want to get on the pitch, I want to contribute. I think he's somebody who could make a loan deal happen. And I think there definitely would be a market for.
AP News Radio
Not everyone is cheering the queen’s milestone. Some would rather abolish the monarchy.
"Fans of the British monarchy have started to gather in London as Britain marks Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee with four days of festivities Dana Werner who comes from Connecticut is a lifelong fan of the British royal family And we don't have anything like this I mean with the castles and the carriages and the you know just everything that embodies the monarchy And I just love it I just love the history of it I love following it Like Werner already seated on horse scars parade for the trooping the color Mary Jane willows from England's most westerly county Cornwall hopes the queen will stay on the throne for some time to come When she took The Crown she said she would take The Crown for her life She would be loyal to the people
The Eric Metaxas Show
Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton on the Story of Richard Wurmbrand
"The story of Richard Verne brund is just unlike anything I had ever heard incredibly moving. He wrote a book called tortured for Christ, and I'm sitting here with the head of the ministry that he started one of the people with the ministry Todd nettleton here from Oklahoma to share about a film that's coming out, Todd, welcome. Thank you. It's great to be with you. Listen, voice of the martyrs, for ever since I've been a believer. I have just been thrilled to know the existence of voice of the martyrs, and when I heard the story of Richard Werner and got to meet him, I couldn't even believe it. I said, this is a living hero who experienced the most wicked persecution imaginable, the communists who are inveterate atheists. They hate God, they hate the people of God. He lived through that and had to love of Jesus in his heart even for those who tortured him. It is unbelievable and there's a book. There's a movie, tell us what is out right now. Well, as you say, he's an amazing hero of the faith. And one of the things I think is so remarkable is Richard managed to keep separate the sin and the sinner. He would often say, you know, I hate communism, but I love communists because Jesus died for them. We need to talk to them about Christ. And so all through 14 years in prison, three years in solitary confinement, tortured again and again and again, he managed to keep that love even for the people who were persecuting him. And so this book, the film, really we want to tell this story to a new generation who maybe isn't familiar with Richard and Sabine ore brand. Frankly, may not be familiar with communism. Right. We want them to know these stories of, like you say, heroes of the faith. Well, people need to know the evilness of evil.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"werner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President spoke after he had another conference call with allies such as an earlier one he said that resulted in coordinated release of reserve petroleum the war in Ukraine is going to continue to take his toll on the world economy He's going to take his toll on energy awful lot of people are hurting across the dozen age cost of a gallon of gasoline It matters President said earlier he would send additional artillery to Ukrainian forces and more sanctions against Russia or in the works In Washington of Chapman Bloomberg radio Independent autopsy results of a black man killed by a Michigan police officer indicate the victim died from a shot to the back of the head Patrick Leo was recently stopped by a Grand Rapids police officer resulting in a confrontation that allegedly ended with the officer firing his gun Doctor Werner Spitz conducted the autopsy The only injury on this body was a typical bullet wound of entrance Doctor Werner Spitz says his death was instantaneous The official autopsy results have not yet been released The NFL is launching an investigation into allegations that Cleveland Browns lost games on purpose during the tenure of former head coach Hugh Jackson Sources say the league is looking into statements made by Jackson implying he was paid or offered pay to lose games so they could secure higher draft picks Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and.
AP News Radio
Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death
"Lawyers lawyers lawyers lawyers today today today today plan plan plan plan to to to to release release release release the the the the results results results results from from from from an an an an independent independent independent independent autopsy autopsy autopsy autopsy performed performed performed performed on on on on an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed man man man man fatally fatally fatally fatally shot shot shot shot by by by by a a a a policeman policeman policeman policeman in in in in grand grand grand grand rapids rapids rapids rapids Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month that that that was was was attorney attorney attorney Ben Ben Ben Crump Crump Crump last last last week week week denouncing denouncing denouncing another another another police police police shooting shooting shooting of of of an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed black black black motorist motorist motorist today today today the the the family's family's family's legal legal legal team team team plans plans plans to to to announce announce announce the the the results results results of of of a a a second second second autopsy autopsy autopsy performed performed performed on on on the the the body body body of of of Patrick Patrick Patrick Leah Leah Leah Leah Leah Leah a a a refugee refugee refugee from from from Congo Congo Congo fatally fatally fatally shot shot shot April April April fourth fourth fourth video video video from from from a a a bystander bystander bystander shows shows shows Lee Lee Lee oil oil oil was was was on on on the the the ground ground ground when when when he he he was was was shot shot shot in in in the the the head head head during during during a a a struggle struggle struggle with with with the the the officer officer officer who's who's who's heard heard heard demanding demanding demanding legal legal legal yet yet yet drop drop drop the the the officer's officer's officer's taser taser taser the the the official official official autopsy autopsy autopsy results results results haven't haven't haven't been been been released released released but but but prominent prominent prominent pathologist pathologist pathologist Dr Dr Dr Werner Werner Werner Spitz Spitz Spitz now now now I'm I'm I'm ninety ninety ninety five five five years years years old old old has has has conducted conducted conducted an an an independent independent independent autopsy autopsy autopsy I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Any mozart. Beethoven you know. What was it like for you. I think for beethoven it was i think i compose on the level but more along the lines of process of a beethoven. 'cause i think i would rework things rework things and then they turned into something else whereas you've probably never heard of fat jones but to me. It was one of the greatest jazz big band. Right is the twentieth century. Definitely on anybody's level. Do gallon campus. Whatever and he would write scores and he would do the parts without hearing them. You know i could do that too. But i mean what his draft was was. It and i'm told that that's the way mozart was whereas beethoven would rework things in rework things and then they'd morph into what he wants but they. They had that depth because they had that polish and evidently mozart which just do it guy sad. Do the saxes. Ain't put the trumpets over there on end up so i would want to talk with either or both of them. You know to find out how that how that works out for them. I guess kenny. We're we're gonna make sure everything's linked up Both with effortless. Mastering the new book. But where do you want a direct listeners. where they stay in touch with what you're working on what you're doing. Continue to learn from you. Well first of all if they go they they should put their name on my mailing list. And that way when i very often i do Forums online now. That's been introduced. That's going to continue and everybody's invited. I'm going to be doing later this week. a webinar. But it's on harmony limitless harmony. I call it where you can harmonize anything anywhere. Vivian has the information. I don't have in front of me. But i'm actually doing the webinar this week. I'm pretty sure if not next week and then we're going to give an online course if people already know harmony. I'm going to teach week after week how to attach it effortlessly to stuff. That's moving forward without getting stuck trying to do it. Like i just finished a twelve course about the first two steps effortless mastery But if you we send us Where should i. I guess to me. Kenny werner music at g mail kenny werner music at g mail for now or get an email from. Vivian vivian. the one they usually contact cheek keeps the mailing list. And then you'll know if i'm doing a live four or if i'm doing a course you'll also get a newsletter not too often about where i'm playing. Actually that's the address. You should have I i can't find right now if you would get it from vivian. I appreciate yeah. Of course we'll have everything linked up In the in the show notes and transit. Peer ken kenny. I have to ask any chance for even thirty seconds. You just play a little a little piece for us What's it called the minute minute walls.
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"And it won't be intuitive now. That's the same thing with golf or anything okay. Now you've learned how to do something. Now get out of the way and let the body learn to do it with such regularity that it's relatively easy for you to do that makes you. Above the competitor at one point the dipping one level and another is just the ease of doing it because everybody knows the same thing at a certain level. So what else explains it and yet learn to play. Something with ease is never mentioned once also the assignment of way too much material which just ensures that almost everyone. The most talented of us will only semi learn everything just enough to know. They're not doing it right and develop a negative thing about themselves. I practiced by you. Don't get better. i guess. I'm not very talented. Which they have to submerge because whenever they think that they're in pain so they submerge it with what it could be alcohol. It could be partying. It could be rationale a lot of people living in a sort of purgatory because music has been nothing. But am i doing it. Well oh now. I didn't do well on doing it. Well they missed the entire gift of music. I'd rather play badly and constantly be aware of the gift that it is just a play. Then play okay and be constantly on this balancing myself like humpty dumpty trying not to fall off the wall and feel and crack you know that's just one of many. Don't get me started..
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"So my new book is called becoming the instrument. It means it's goes beyond being a player. Become the instrument to play the instrument then learned that teach that instrument allow that as mental learn the most efficient way of playing the instrument and that raises your technique a level above anything. You could have done with effort. So effortless mastery is like using a fork your precise every time you may think nothing of that but there's only i don't think there's any of the species in the world that's even capable of it. If they are it takes a lot of concentration. That's effortless mastery. You could be doing five things and you still never miss your mouth. You want every actor doing sports or music to be as close to that as possible. Who is for.
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"One is they've had well of course. I was always talking to musicians. That one or two gigs where it was all happening and when it was all happening they almost were watching themselves play. They had that separation now. That's an ancient principle from from from india that the vega's even The witness they call it the witness consciousness when you are the witness consciousness you watch the physical person or the body perform or you watch a situation you watch. The sadness doesn't mean you don't experience the sadness but that part of you that witnesses it is already kind of risen above it and the more you practice witness consciousness the more consistent the thing. You're witching watching tends to be so everybody's had that experience where for whatever reason they didn't care and it was the best gig of their life. They've also had this experience. The next gig was terrible because they were more interested in that result. Then what got them there. If if not caring at least in a strategic way not obsessing about their performance made them play better than logic would dictate work on not being attached to the performance though but let the body perform. That's a very much of a sports thing. You program the body but the mind is best left out of it. That's what creates those super moments. So but once someone's had that result they're thinking about the result the next time they're more concerned about having that result again and of course it goes worse than ever and then they can never choose to have that experience and they can never show it to anyone else and that sets up the the appetite for effortless mastery evidence. Mastery is the study of having that experience more consistently and eventually that just being your experience and you don't even react to it and the way it is is by touching the instrument or doing the action without attachment learning to do it from the body or.
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Are you doing today very good. Thank you thanks for having me. Yeah you you're works. Had a big impact on me. I'm really looking forward to exploring this. But i always loved pulling back the curtain and kind of getting a better understanding for the person behind the journey Sorry love to know. Just kinda here. You articulate some of your early days in the early version of kenny. Werner looked like well. I was kind of a prodigy which was a positive and negative so the early days looked like dazzling teachers and parents and but nobody really seeing all the deficiencies.
What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"werner" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"I'm sean delaney and you're listening to what got you there. what got you. There is a must follow for entrepreneurs creatives high achievers and change makers each week. I sit down with some of the world's most influential people and focus on the journey behind their success. We uncover the strategy tactics and routines. That help them get their now. Your journey so it's time to learn what's going to get you there the podcast then you might want to check out some of the other things. I'm working on behind the scenes. I put out a weekly newsletter called momentum. Monday which is just a quick synthesis of everything. I've been reading listening to and watching during the week. I also do a once a month. Deep dive called the distillery which is a long form distillation on someone who's thinking has greatly impacted me. You can check out past distillation of josh white skin. Yen-liang and nick conus and everything else we're putting on at. What got you there dot com. I'm so excited to bring this episode to you with kenny. Werner and kenny's a world-class pianist and composer. Who's been doing that for over forty years and nineteen ninety-six six. He wrote his landmark book effortless mastery liberating the master musician. Within and the reason this had such an impact on me. Because i have a musical background. Which i don't actually don't play any mutual insurance but his book is all around the mastery and unlocking creative potential and masters available to everyone and he uses music as the metaphor in the theme of what the best musicians has done. Have done. and it's all about dropping your ego and getting out of your own way. It's kind of when you're not thinking about playing you're performing. That's when you do your best work and this book this conversation. This is all around the creativity unlocking our own mastery whether that be around sport art or business and i just love this conversation with kenny. I've learned so much from him over the years. I think you guys are really going to enjoy this conversation.
Sowing Seeds of Solidarity, After the Tree of Life Synagogue Killings
"On the twenty seventh of october twenty eighteen. A gunman shouted eleven people and wounded six at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh in the us state of pennsylvania. The youngest victim was sixty nine. The oldest rose monning was ninety-seven all of those who died. Were members of the synagogue's congregation. This was the deadliest attack ever on the jewish community in the united states and took place the time of rising antisemitism as well as increasing levels of hate crimes against other groups including african americans and muslims in the us four days off the shootings the secretary general of the united nations antonio cherish honored the victims. At new york's park east synagogue. He denounced the mass shooting as a horrendous act. And as you just heard noted that antisemitism is the oldest form of hatred to have endured in human history. There's a big jewish population score hall. So is easy for me to stay really close to my jewish roots. I went to jewish preschool. Jewish elementary school. I spent my summer is a jewish summer camps. Why on the swim team. Kenny werner is a high school student in the squirrel hill neighborhood of pittsburgh the shooting the tree of life. Synagogue was a home away from home for her and her family. By the time. I was six or seven years old. I'd be able to run around that synagogue tree of life in just do what i wanted. We felt safe. One of katie's relatives was among those killed at the synagogue. Although she wasn't in the line of fire on the day of the shooting her mother malla says that the family has struggled to come to terms with the attacks. I think if tree of life and what happened there daily still. It's part of my everyday existence. Part of the fiber of who. I am and who my family is. My children have all been scarred to different degrees knowing people that were there knowing where certain people were standing at the time that they were likely murdered.
Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote
"I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge joining us to run through this. Big labor battle is laura. Atallah our amazon expert. Welcome lor so. Can you give me a quick quick recap of what this vote. There are five thousand. Eight hundred warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voting on whether to or me union. It would be the first. Us amazon union. And it's also one of the largest if not dealer described to vote on forming a union in the us for amazon. And so there's a lot at stake here. It could kind of not like a beachhead free unions if it inspires other warehouse workers in other locations to organize. And what are we expecting the results so the results could happen at any time. The national labor relations board is counting up to balance and they could be this week or next antezana pretty vocal there. Obviously against this. And they've made the argument that they already pay their poise fifteen dollars an hour which is above the national minimum. What exactly are workers asking for. What's really prompting this. Push to unionize down in bessemer right. So the workers invest myr say that they would really like more control over their breaks and rest time and that comes from the fact that are ten hour shifts and they are extremely physical so people who are picking up packages from tote santa putting them on conveyor belts to be put in boxes are walking upwards of ten miles a day in their shifts bending down at santa gap again bet. Certain say there's other jobs where there's a lot of movement all day and amazon does offer breaks course and allows people to go to the bathroom whenever they need to. Workers say that the requirements to fill werner's are so onerous that they don't really get to take extra break on pop up those like hour rest period total of by ryan the the debris down thirty minutes. Relaunch to fifteen minute breaks right
Chelsea Mike'd Up
"werner" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"That shirt and carrot. Southgate kind of had a common for the haters. Joe i was saying they also supposed to pick in. Probably everybody will agree. When it was frank kitten count some raisin but no he's an exceptional player he finds space intelligently. He mimic products the bowl very well. He creates chances he can score goals. Authorities performance was excellent and this comes after mason mount scores against albania and it is kind of interesting that for some reason. I don't know what it is about mason and look i'm someone who has criticized mason mountain in the past and i don't know what it is about him. Where you kind of need some validation from like like the coaches of the ones that are providing that assessment of mason where you believe it. And i wonder if it's because it's hardworking and generally we tend to gravitate towards talent players or creative players or flair players and makes out in an attacking position has some of that. But that's not what defines him as a player and yet all these kind of testimonials that he's got now from managers that kind of came through with him. I think is the reason why it didn't feel completely real right and gareth southgate thing is a little resentful the fact that while. It's a frank lampard. oh sorry. Broadened the darby. That doesn't mean that. I can have a neutral assessment. I managed ms youth player..
Chelsea Mike'd Up
"werner" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Walk everybody to the official chelsea. F c podcasts. You're listening to chelsea mic'ed up. I know it's international breaks or you're trying to figure out. What exactly are we listening to this. Podcast four access team. Oh verner arguably mounting late player of the season campaign for chelsea will get into that and the season that was for team. Oh verner he is actually very honest about some of the struggles. He has really engaging personality. We think you're enjoy the time that we spent with team verner. We'll get into all of that and more on this week's episode of chelsea miked up von medical mike ryan ruis your host co host neutral observer. Chris wittingham on board here in chris. Up to the minute reaction here on the official chelsea. F c podcast. We got to watch it again. We got to watch the game another victory. this was Shoutout two volts burg's official youtube account. That's where we watched this one really early. Start here on the east coast enjoyed that it worked out for me this time and full sber fast. They got some fast players. Their speed were presenting problems for chelsea's back line early on chelsea. Survive it and go through to the champions league semi-finals really easy second-leg advice bird and three nil and i don't want to sound too hyperbolic here chris. This is a massive achievement for this club. I really wasn't aware of how massive until i started digging into the history in this competition between these two clubs and a hayes the manager of chelsea's women's club who's arguably one of the best managers in the history of the sport gave voice to this being one of the biggest wins in the history of the program. What does this mean for you said at the end of the game people like drew and hannah call myself poll. We've been in from the beginning and we've at lose.
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"werner" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Natural pleasure and it's also very rich in antioxidants to to help combat oxidative stress. Yes sir there. Regard chocolate is medicine. That's right and number ten. Lastly is jinja. Ginger source are great. Powerful anti-inflammatory i find a lot of my patients to drink ginger either in the morning or at night before bed just to help them to reduce their sugar cravings on all sorta helped draining the lymph fedex system and oftentimes makes people feel a lot tighter and cena going back to the doctrine of signatures. It looks like a strong muscle or digestive systems very good for the digestive system as well and certain ginger is number channel sir. Great on job as well put it. Induces media's yeah you could even take just like a small little chunk of ginger very small because it's very bitter and And pungent by just choose on that before meal actually. Activates your vegas nerve. So the the astringent properties of it and the the really kind of strong bitterness to it. Activates your vegas nerve mcginn. Your vegas means wanderer. It's latin for wanderers cranial nerve. Ten comes down your brain goes to your heart your lungs your digestive system and it's what turns on your production of stomach acid bil- And pancreatic enzymes for many people. There vegas nerve is not functioning well especially in our society. Roy's eating on the go and things like that so we're not producing enough stomach acid. We're not getting good. Bile flow and pancreatic enzyme production. So we then we don't digest our food. Well we get bacterial overgrowth. We have a lot of different problems so chewing on a little bit of ginger before meal can actually help alleviate that issue the right us Digestive juice production so powerful for that. And it's also very anti-inflammatory love that that's great. Hack to chew on before our meal to stimulate the judge s enzymes. it's awesome. Yeah really good stuff. Smells talk about some of the neuro toxic foods that we should be avoiding. Yes sir love diving into this pot of light okay. What are the worst bruise on. Earth toxic foods on the planet surge. You'll probably guesses but number one is refined sugar. Refined sugar is the culprit or majority of health issues that we're seeing today but also mental health issues anxiety depression sir. Refined sugar includes white sugar and includes colon syrup and it's just so far emerged from nature. It's not fruit. Is i believe that. Candy that god gave us to enjoy to have a bit of sweetness in life but refined white sugar From from that natural process and serve the body just doesn't what to do that. The brain breaks out. The number system. Breaks out it's near a talk sic. Its offer for the guts. And i just. I don't think there's a balance when it comes to having white sugar and some Again a lot of you know aggressive people online attacking me for this saying you know. How can you tell people not to have any sugar like well you know. It's the cobra for causing merciful health issues than we don't need it we have. We have maples. We have money. we have dates. We have words. We have stevia. We have monk fruit. And one of my specialties. Within the nutritionist. Is sugar addiction. So i helped people go from being sugar addicts to completely being free of craving refined sugars and there is a bridge to cross and sir. I'm a big advocate for replacement therapy so if anyone's listening in their super addicted to sugar and you know it's really hard to give up then try replacement therapy which is what i did and in the beginning i when i first thought of this. You are mentioned. Wherever qatar's day. I saw the juicing. I also made chocolate bowls with cacao powder almond flour some honey and bit of vanilla extract sometimes almond butter peanut butter in it and i would eat twenty of these a day like twenty chocolate which sounds insane and now i couldn't even try if i tried but back then that was a major upgrade and way healthier than what i was previously eating. I would eat in a day already. Package tim towns. I would eat a whole kabri chocolate. I would eat chocolate biscuits. I would eat like sore much worse. And that had refined white sugar plus learn quality dairy and emulsified select than i saw a healing. My body was eating. Compass amounts of these tropical every day. That had a lot of honey and also back then. My juices needed a lot of fruit because helped me not crave the refined sugar but over time or using years. We crave less and less sugar until we get back to that balance and sir. I have a lot of studies in here as well about in house. Sugar is linked to depression and anxiety. I mean to me it's commonsense and g. You are sure as well. Obviously it's like it's bad for the guts of the brain by you for the people who really want to see the science on sugar. Wyatt's damaging Some people just need kind of like a little wakeup call to to read it. And be like whoa. Okay it's really bad I'm ready to cut it out. Yeah i mean exactly. Sugar is really problematic to the brain so we got to keep our blood sugar. Stable sustainable blood. Sugar is super super critical for the brain. If the brain feels threatened feels like it can't get the sugar that it needs because your brain can either run off sugar or key tones. All the rest of your cells in your body can run off fatty acids. But you can't get fatty acids through the blood ray barrier into the brain so it's dependent upon either sugar or this compound called ketones which is a. What the liver does it takes fatty acids and pretty kito when insulin is very very low. We need low. Insulin and order precedes key towns. That's where people go on a ketogenic diet or they do fasting and they get keystones elevated. But if you're not doing that if you're eating our you know three four or five times a day or whatever it is and you're eating. Her amounts of carbohydrates blood. Sugar starts coming down. Then your brain starts freaking out. Okay because cells start to die. It's not getting the glucose it needs. It needs a continuous supply. Literally have to eat every few hours if you're constantly running on sugar or the brain is not going to get the sugar at needs. Gonna freak out elevates stress hormones and you're going to have amplified levels of emotion right and that can obviously result names -iety heart racing on different types of symptoms and so we've all been there hungry. We felt angry right And so keep your blood. Sugar sables really really key. So reducing the amount of sugar and overall carbohydrates and consuming more fats. Replacing those calories. Fats healthy proteins. That is going to be more blood sugar stabilizing to where your blood sugar's going to stay more stable. You're going to be able to go for five hours but with meals and not have a hypoglycemic reaction and You're going feel a lot more calm a lot more peaceful a lot more at a state of bliss and you're going to be free from constant need to be eating right and that's so important. Yes so important and refined sugars puts us on edge so something stressful happens in day which happens every gave more people than where less likely to be able to have this great stress response to it and just when they're on edge from sugar. That's when we get really emotional and go into those like mood. Swings and heightened anxiety so definitely a good one to focus on cutting out. Yeah right there with you on that yet and some of the others are the second. One is the bad fats. So the bad fats. As i talk about how. There's good fats thoughts and that trans fats sir. A lot of fried foods and fast foods. That are obviously coaching really bad. Fats are really really toxic for the brain. And then i give some options for some really good fats like coconut oil. Avocado not secedes olive oil. Also for.
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"werner" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Transformation can learn more about it and of course you can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys well. Hey guys welcome. Back to the podcast. Today we're gonna talk about anxiety free with food. And we have the author of this great new book liana werner gray. She's a good friend of mine. She's written the earth diet cancer-free with food and now her new release anxiety free with fooding zaidi's such a big issue. There's so many people that are dealing with at especially with everything that's been going on in the world today and definitely a key link between gut health in the foods that were eating and how our brain is handling stress how reactive we are The way that we are processing the things are in our world and sewing. Zayed's is not something that is You know it's not a. It's not an end destination there. There's a lot of hope for a lot of things we can do for it and really starts with our nutrition lifestyle choices that were making so liana. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on wolf for sure and again. This is such an important topic. And you know you're a young woman and so anxiety. Obviously all all all genders all demographics steel with anxiety but especially women and would love to hear your story. Yeah so anxiety. Apparently this year the stats have gone up to one in. Three people are really struggling with anxiety versus one in five last year in two thousand and nineteen. Now it's already into two one now. Yes so it's anxieties to skyrocketed and it does affect everyone end a small amount of anxiety to as a stress response is considered healthy. So if something happens to us and we naturally feel that stress. It's the mind in the body's way of saying okay need to have a resolution for this but anxiety that is happening for hours or days days. That is a severe anxiety that we need to be suffering worth of struggling with end. What i discovered was that there are actually some really simple and quick effective ways to clear out anxiety and he'll it especially with focusing on nutrition. Sir i was experiencing heightened amount of anxiety and i was curious as to where it was coming from because i have a lot of faith believe in god and goddess like dart have anxiety costs. All your kids on me. And i was constantly doing that so i was like. I don't think it's coming from from a spiritual reason. And i thought i don't think it's coming from a mental or emotional reason either and i thought this might be purely chemical and it could be a chemistry balanced my brain and so i went and got a blood tests. Done and sure enough isn't in one of the main things that if we're deficient in that we will have anxiety. According to science so short enough. I was deficient in her mega. Three fatty acids and my started taking fish oil supplements Wild fish and then eating more cheese hemp seeds and a matter of days. I could feel the difference. My brain felt more if that's visual. Nfl less scotteri. My nervous system felt more common for chris. I didn't feel more tired. I felt more alert and energize and it was incredible feeling and i thought wow if this is if it's as simple as this and a lotta people are also chemically imbalanced with their physical buddy than i wanna share this answer. I really went down the rabbit hall set of researching putting this book together and found out a lot of other nutritional reasons for the causes of anxiety and then do a lotta research. What foods can help clear out. And then what food. You're actually proven genetic that actually causes anxiety as soon as we put them into a mouse. Yeah it's a really good. Really good intro to this topic. And so we know that fish oil. Epa ya the long chain omega threes really play important role in the brain and also play important role in our inflammatory process. And so you know where people have been told when they have mood disorders that these things are chemical imbalances but the chemical imbalance is really downstream. It's you know it's not. The root cause cause oftentimes has to do with nutrient deficiencies and chronic inflammation. In the brain. We have inflammation in the brain. Were going to be more. Reactive are neurons can be closer to thresholds. they're going to be Firing off from stimuli. That probably probably shouldn't be firing off from right. Which makes them more reactive. And you know makes you have a lot more. Cha challenges just trying to control your emotions and so glad that you're able to figure that out and make a threes are really critical at this. So let's talk about the relationship between the gut and what's happening in the gut and what's happening in the brain. Yeah we'll i know you're a gun expert and i love the work that you do on this and serve all of the studies on anxiety pointed to the gut brain connection and how connected they are and that we have certain gut microbiome fascinating studies. That i found was that people with anxiety have a difference dot microbiome than people who dart have severe anxiety. That was fascinating to me. So then that tells us that we can change our gut microbiome and that will therefore change the anxiety that we experience and then we can also work on the the brain pot a bit and the part of it will reduce that. That's also going to change our gut microbiome so they work hand in hand with each other and so in my book. It's full of recipes and foods that really helped cultivate are very a very healthy gut. Microbiome and healthy gut environment and helped clear out d talks. I'm a huge advocate for detoxing especially people are just new to getting into this then. A detox is totally critical to clean out. That you know the dirty water so to speak dirty water we can fill it out with the clean water so doing a detox to clear out the gut and then start rebuilding it with all the good stuff and that helps out brain sorry much. Their source are connected that gut brain connection. Yeah so key. So yeah the brain. Actually there's a nerve called vegas nerve that travels from the brain down into the gut interns on stomach. Acid production bile. It's our key para sympathetic nervous system. And there's constant communication between the brain and the gut through that nerve then on top of that we've got all these different bacteria more bacteria in our gut than we have. Sales body in those bacteria are actually producing different nutrients right and so they are eating toxins. Good wash say healthy. Bacteria microbiome eats toxins and produces b vitamins and short chain fatty acids and minerals and all those things sport our brain whereas bad bacteria or bad microbiome despotic or abnormal balance of bacteria they end up eating nutrients so the nutrients we need. They eat them and then they secrete toxins and those toxins get up and trigger inflammation in the brain and that is a major factor when it comes anxiety all different types of mood disorders so really really key that we nourish you know. Obviously like you said we go to detox. Gotta get rid of the bad stuff and we've got to really cultivate. Nurture good microbes in our guts so critical. And so what are some of the best foods. You've got a whole list like top ten best anxiety free foods. So let's talk about those..
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
Beating Anxiety With Food With Liana Werner-Gray
"Well. Hey guys welcome. Back to the podcast. Today we're gonna talk about anxiety free with food. And we have the author of this great new book liana werner gray. She's a good friend of mine. She's written the earth diet cancer-free with food and now her new release anxiety free with fooding zaidi's such a big issue. There's so many people that are dealing with at especially with everything that's been going on in the world today and definitely a key link between gut health in the foods that were eating and how our brain is handling stress how reactive we are The way that we are processing the things are in our world and sewing. Zayed's is not something that is You know it's not a. It's not an end destination there. There's a lot of hope for a lot of things we can do for it and really starts with our nutrition lifestyle choices that were making so liana. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on wolf for sure and again. This is such an important topic. And you know you're a young woman and so anxiety. Obviously all all all genders all demographics steel with anxiety but especially women and would love to hear your story. Yeah so anxiety. Apparently this year the stats have gone up to one in. Three people are really struggling with anxiety versus one in five last year in two thousand and nineteen. Now it's already into two one now. Yes so it's anxieties to skyrocketed and it does affect everyone end a small amount of anxiety to as a stress response is considered healthy. So if something happens to us and we naturally feel that stress. It's the mind in the body's way of saying okay need to have a resolution for this but anxiety that is happening for hours or days days. That is a severe anxiety that we need to be suffering worth of struggling with end. What i discovered was that there are actually some really simple and quick effective ways to clear out anxiety and he'll it especially with focusing on nutrition. Sir i was experiencing heightened amount of anxiety and i was curious as to where it was coming from because i have a lot of faith believe in god and goddess like dart have anxiety costs. All your kids on me. And i was constantly doing that so i was like. I don't think it's coming from from a spiritual reason. And i thought i don't think it's coming from a mental or emotional reason either and i thought this might be purely chemical and it could be a chemistry balanced my brain and so i went and got a blood tests. Done and sure enough isn't in one of the main things that if we're deficient in that we will have anxiety. According to science so short enough. I was deficient in her mega. Three fatty acids and my started taking fish oil supplements Wild fish and then eating more cheese hemp seeds and a matter of days. I could feel the difference. My brain felt more if that's visual. Nfl less scotteri. My nervous system felt more common for chris. I didn't feel more tired. I felt more alert and energize and it was incredible feeling and i thought wow if this is if it's as simple as this and a lotta people are also chemically imbalanced with their physical buddy than i wanna share this answer. I really went down the rabbit hall set of researching putting this book together and found out a lot of other nutritional reasons for the causes of anxiety and then do a lotta research. What foods can help clear out. And then what food. You're actually proven genetic that actually causes anxiety as soon as we put them into a mouse. Yeah it's a really good. Really good intro to this topic. And so we know that fish oil. Epa ya the long chain omega threes really play important role in the brain and also play important role in our inflammatory process. And so you know where people have been told when they have mood disorders that these things are chemical imbalances but the chemical imbalance is really downstream. It's you know it's not. The root cause cause oftentimes has to do with nutrient deficiencies and chronic inflammation. In the brain. We have inflammation in the brain. Were going to be more. Reactive are neurons can be closer to thresholds. they're going to be Firing off from stimuli. That probably probably shouldn't be firing off from right. Which makes them more reactive. And you know makes you have a lot more. Cha challenges just trying to control your emotions and so glad that you're able to figure that out and make a threes are really critical at this. So let's talk about the relationship between the gut and what's happening in the gut and what's happening in the brain. Yeah we'll i know you're a gun expert and i love the work that you do on this and serve all of the studies on anxiety pointed to the gut brain connection and how connected they are and that we have certain gut microbiome fascinating studies. That i found was that people with anxiety have a difference dot microbiome than people who dart have severe anxiety. That was fascinating to me. So then that tells us that we can change our gut microbiome and that will therefore change the anxiety that we experience and then we can also work on the the brain pot a bit and the part of it will reduce that. That's also going to change our gut microbiome so they work hand in hand with each other and so in my book. It's full of recipes and foods that really helped cultivate are very a very healthy gut. Microbiome and healthy gut environment and helped clear out d talks. I'm a huge advocate for detoxing especially people are just new to getting into this then. A detox is totally critical to clean out. That you know the dirty water so to speak dirty water we can fill it out with the clean water so doing a detox to clear out the gut and then start rebuilding it with all the good stuff and that helps out brain sorry much. Their source are connected that gut brain connection.
Future of Tech
The Future of Digitization, Innovation, and Customer Experience
"Bit back into history. Because i recall once we spoke about a journey that you had within comcast obviously building x want so i wanted I alone if you can share with the audience you know what is x one and then maybe few lessons from the journal making x one such a big success so the x one l. Backup the story. Where when i first joined comcast and was leading the advance video. Products group are set. Top boxes were the user experiences where we always called the blue screen but it was. It looked like something that was built on visual basic rank. The screens were little ovals. And you could pick something. And then there'd be a bit of a delay and you go to the next menu with a bunch of ovalles' you've probably a bit Then your commodore sixty four but not not the not much not much not much and none of us were really proud of the experience back. Then but that was the stated technology back then and we had partnered with a couple of companies to try to bring it to a new interactive level. And we just could not like the technology in cable had just was fairly stagnant when it came to video interfaces and so we ended up starting from scratch. It was originally a project called caliber. Where we went. And from the ground up in this was really tony werner in sri coattail with our organization started this initiative which eventually became x one where we decided to build a new video platform from the ground up and so the user experience. Now you would probably take it for granted but when we were doing back you know. I'll say ten years ago. It was stated the are where all the video was very graphical the menus or graphics and tyler and very easy to navigate and it's blended between linear tv and on demand as well as internet video. So everything's blended together. We have music in there now. So just it's really a entertainment system at this point and so that's what we ventured out to build and in winter number trials but then mass launch not just comcast but we also provided as service to other. Ms owes so for instance. Communications in the united states is a customer of ours. they use the x one platform rebrand. But the main lists from from this. If you need something to happen you need to develop on your own. Or i think the funny thing was. We didn't really set out saying we wanted to build something on her own. I think we tried to partner with a couple of companies in the past against inter. We get there. But i think one lesson for us was when you really do have to. You know transform a product space or an industry. Sometimes you just like we took team and put them in another building. You kinda sometimes you just have to step away from from all that you know and go start fresh and i think we tried multiple times not do that but we finally realized that was the only way to really break the paradigm in so that was really important. We felt as the largest broadband operator in the country that we needed to start to become more of a leader in less as less a follower of technology and so i think that was our way of figuring out how to serve lead in this space. I will say we did learn mean first and foremost we learned how to build software italy. Which was that was really. The biggest challenge for us was we'd always built. Software is oh saying earlier where someone wrote a big spec you know the product team would write a big spec handed over to engineering team. The engineering team either term to a vendor and give them that spec or start to build it themselves and the exxon was really the first time where we took on a massive initiative and singled out how to build software and build products inevitably. And that was. I think that changed the company that that changed us from being a buyer of technology to understanding how we could build it ourselves and the right way to build it ourselves it also impacted the way. We work with technology companies. Because when we did that we decided that's the way that's the way we want. Our technology partners should go software so it it started to create a bar when we dealt with technology partners it vade it and build software that way we really didn't want to be buying using their software like we. We started pushing all our partners that if they wanted to have a strategic relationship with us long term we expected them to injury and build more modular solutions and iterative quickly with their
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U.S. Space Command Headquarters May Land In Alabama
"In the South. Several states, including Colorado, Nebraska in Florida, were hoping it would be them. But instead, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is announced. The space command is going to Huntsville, known as Rocket City for its rich space history. Werner von Braun. His team developed the first American Rockets and the Saturday five used during the Apollo program at Huntsville's Redstone Arsenal. Huntsville is also the home for Nasa's Marshall Space Flight Center and Space Camp. Space Command is not to be confused with space Force, which is a different branch of the military. Peter King. CBS NEWS
Kottke Ride Home
An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert
"A helicopter crew from. Utah's department of public safety. Were on a routine assignment coming bighorn sheep in the southeastern part of the state when they spotted a mysterious silver monolith in the middle of the red rock standing about ten to twelve feet tall. Perfect shiny triangular prism the crew. Says it definitely looks like it was planted there on purpose not dropped from above on accident. Short of some nasa experiment pilot brit. Hutchings thinks it was probably put there by an artist maybe fan of two thousand one. A space odyssey. It does bear a striking resemblance to the black monolith that appears in that film but the department of public safety reminded people in a statement that installations on public land require permits quote. No matter what planet. You're from end quotes. They've also said they won't disclose exactly where they found it. Because it's in a location that could be dangerous to navigate for amateur hikers. And they don't want to cause curious visitors to injure themselves or become stranded. But they did post a bunch of photos and videos taken by the crew with the monolith including one where one of the guys standing on top of another one's shoulders to get a measurement of the monolith against lincoln. The show notes. So you can see for yourself with this mysterious structure. Looks like i'm kind of curious how long it's been there you know. How often do people fly over this part of red rock country looking for sheep or otherwise paying close enough attention to have noticed it. The guardian pointed out that some people have noticed. The monolith bears striking resemblance to the works of artists. John mccracken who did live in nearby new mexico but died. Eight years ago he's galleries. David's werner did not return request for comment from the guardian. Is it possible. The monolith has been there for over eight years just waiting to be discovered or was it planted by someone else or some thing else. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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Pelosi and Mnuchin Discuss Possible Coronavirus Aid
"Democrats yesterday offer two point, two, trillion, dollar coronavirus relief package and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin immediately engaged in talks Ansi policy in mnuchin spoke last night and agreed to talk again today the running out of time to reach a deal before the November election but their planned talks this week appear to be the most extensive engagement they've had in more than a month Senate Republicans in Mnuchin have also said, two point, two trillion it's too much to spend but MNUCHIN is said he's open to discussing it. It's not immediately clear whether the talks will bear fruit or whether Democratic leaders would use the bill to provide. Political cover for moderate. House. Democrats who've grown increasingly anxious over Congress's inaction on pandemic relief MNUCHIN has said his priorities in a new round of spending would be eight for small businesses and children. He's also talked about providing more assistance to the airline industry and approving another round of stimulus checks. There are some overlap in the White House is goals with things Democrats included in their new draft bill. The bill would fund a range of programs including many that Republicans have supported in recent months. For example, it would extend the paycheck protection program and provide one hundred, eighty, two billion dollars for K. The biggest budget item in the new package would be four, hundred, thirty, six, billion dollars in aid to states, cities in territorial and tribal governments that have experienced. Major budget crunches this year. The bill also would support an assortment of other programs including seventy, five billion for coronavirus testing and contact tracing. But my colleague Erika Werner reports that several Senate Republicans oppose spending any more money at all and it's unclear how that dynamic coupled with the Senate's focused on filling the Supreme Court, vacancy could affect the chances for any kind of deal.
Two deputies in critical condition after being shot at Los Angeles-area train station
"Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies are in critical condition after they were ambushed by a man in a transit station in Compton Saturday evening at Lake County Sheriff Homicide Detective Captain Can't Werner says Both deputies are currently out of surgery but remain critically injured. Giving Detective is a vague description at the scene. We have a very, very generic suspect description. The dark skinned male And that came from one of the deputies, one of the victims a manhunt this morning for the suspect, Billionaire
True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
A strange Blue Flame
"Welcome to catch myths and mystery signer host kid chrome today a little insight into a different kind of fire at the heart of many seafaring stories going back hundreds of years detail of a blue fire coming up from top of a master crackling along the railing along the gunwales. Some sailors described how they had watched a blue crackling light move along the top of the water climb up the side of this ship wind around the mass where would vanish into thin air. Today we would refer to a sailor's description of a blue light moving around their ship, a saint elmo's fire. This is a weather phenomenon where a sharp or pointed object is passing through a strong electric field in atmosphere not dangerous if it can be an indicator of a charge difference around you making lightning more likely to strike you despite your location in eighteen ninety. Nine Colorado Springs and experiment by Nikola Tesla that utilized undoubted waves caused horses at the livery stable because suddenly Bolton kick free of their stalls, even the insects felt the effects of the electrical barrage butterflies became electrified helplessly swirling circles, their wings, sprouting Blue Halos of saint almost fire during World War One Germany had dozens of rigid airships called Zeppelin's they could travel eighty five miles an hour and carry up to two tons of bombs by the Nineteen Thirties Dr Louvred cder who overseeing the design of this upland step aside to allow the head of the company Hugo. To design the huge Hindenburg class airships in all tour bill designated L Z one, twenty, nine. The HINDENBURG was one hundred, three feet long with a diameter of one hundred, thirty, five feet is gas capacity was just south of seven million cubic feet I I flew in March nineteen thirty six American Airlines contracting with the operators of the Hindenburg shuttled passengers from Lakehurst Newark. Connections to airplane flights she carried thirty six passengers with a crew sixty, one and two thousand, nine, hundred trainees. The airship was hours behind schedule WANNA passed over Boston due to these headwinds landing at Lakehurst was further delayed by foul weather that included thunderstorms the captain opted to pass over. Manhattan. At six, fifty, five PM, the storm had passed and the captain directed the Hindenburg in the direction of it's more at Lakers were the ground crew waited. At seven PM local time the Hindenburg made his final approach from an altitude of six, hundred, fifty feet. The ship would drop rope in cable and be winched tied to more in tower. It began to rain the ground crew grabbed the mooring lines at seven twenty, five a number of individuals on the ground witnessed what they later would state look like a blue. Flame climb up the back of the HINDENBURG seconds later it burst into Flame Werner France was a fourteen year old cabin boy who is dazed by the fire. But when one of the ship's water bladders burst, he was drenched and managed to get out of a hatch used to load food into the kitchen once on the ground, he ran from the burning inferno. The only survivor to escape without any injuries he was also the last surviving crew member and died at the age of ninety two in August two, thousand, fourteen, another survivor was Joseph Spa. ADVIL COMIC ACROBAT. When he saw the first sign of trouble, he smashed the window with this movie camera which had been filming the landing. The film did the disaster by the way that's ship near the ground. He lowered himself out the window on hung onto window ledge letting go when the ship was perhaps twenty feet above the ground his acrobatic instincts kicked in and spa kept his feet under him attempted to do a safety role. When he landed, he injured his ankle nonetheless days Woodley crawling away on a member of the ground crew came up, swung the diminutive SPA under one arm and ran him clear that fire days lady during an interview and investigation was determined that sabotage was. The, cost of the flames but Saint Elmo's fire and that had caused the initial spark that caught the gas on fire. A different