35 Burst results for "Younger Age"

The Keys to Start Innovating in Your Business

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

The Keys to Start Innovating in Your Business

"I our conversation with brett. His nonprofit journey started with a trip that inspired him to think differently about housing and homelessness. Brad thanks so much for being with us today. How are you georgia great. It's an honor to be on with you. So you have an amazing story. You're a very accomplished person. Just reading your bio. I got tired. I literally it. Was you know cancer survivor. Y combinator graduate forbes. Thirty under thirty top one hundred most interesting entrepreneurs in the world by goldman sachs or speaker angel investor. What haven't you done. What is on the bucket list for you at this point. No dude it's a. I think. I just got started at a at a younger age. That was really just. Did you know out of college Starting a first startup that ended up failing. And so that that just gave me. I think an experience insight and Yeah the last last five years have been better but but yeah. It's it's still very early. So it's clear you've always kind of had this entrepreneurial bug in you but it wasn't always that you were you know this aspiring kind of business owner so talk to me about the story from you going on a life changing trip to haiti to go on all right. I'm not going to be a missionary. I'm gonna go be a business owner. What was that. like Yeah it's a great question. So i took a trip to haiti and It was actually for a for profit. Startup that i had and We were starting to give back a little bit of the money. We're making to a charity wasn't a lot. It was a little bit. And that's what put me on that trip. And then what. I saw was families living in extreme poverty without shelter. I mean just just horrible tents. And then when i came back george i didn't think i would start A charity necessarily in my early twenties. I always wanted to be more of a technology. Entrepreneur was kind of the the hope one day and so. I try to find other organizations that i could get really excited about and i could champion and i could really behind

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Nightlife Industry Joins COVID-19 Vaccine Push for Young People in U.K.

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:54 min | Last month

Nightlife Industry Joins COVID-19 Vaccine Push for Young People in U.K.

"Get America's vaccinated continues across much of the nation. So far about 75% of adults have gotten a shot. It's a similar picture in the UK, where three quarters of adults are vaccinated. But deaths there are going up at London, in particular has had weak vaccination numbers. Now London officials are on a mission to get more shots to young adults. A large part of the efforts centers on the city's club scene. And Bloomberg's Leanne Garance brings us more in the special report from a club called Heaven. This is a soundtrack for Saturday night out at iconic Club Heaven, But I'm here on a rainy Sunday in heaven sounds just like this. That's because today it has turned into a pop up clinic offering doses of the Pfizer vaccine for anyone needing a first or second jab. It's midday, and only a few people was standing in the queue. I've been speaking to some youngsters who crawled out of bed and braved the rain to get a job. I had it booked by got Covid, so I don't have to cancel it. And then way so that was that you were hungry Done. And then this come up, and I'm like, Why not like I come so much anyway, I might as well come and get it done here. I guess so in brand for me when I think you do for the option. If you still want to do a normal life you need to carry on with society and how we are keeping safe to each other. If you don't want to have your vaccine, you can do your life but not socialized Heaven joins a long list of cultural spots that have turned into pop up clinics is now the first London nightclub to open as a center in the hopes of encouraging more younger people to get vaccinated uptake of the first dose among people aged under 13, England is still well below two thirds, but new figures show hesitancy among younger age groups has fallen. Moon

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Fresno County Health Officials Seeing an Increase of Covid Cases

Ray Appleton

00:52 sec | Last month

Fresno County Health Officials Seeing an Increase of Covid Cases

"With new covid cases growing across the country, Fresno County health officials say they're noticing a surge in cases and younger populations, according to the data shared by the Health Department. Younger age groups are driving this surge. Now, If we look back to January of this year, when Covid 19 cases were surging people 65 older made up a big chunk of those early cases. Nearly 25%. Now they make up less than 15%. But 18 and younger category has done the opposite. They were at about 15% back in January. Now they make up nearly 20%. This is concerning because the under 18 population is not all eligible to be vaccinated. And so their only protection is the people around them. The Fresno County Department of Public Health is urging people to mask up if you're not vaccinated, the rules really haven't changed. That's Fox 26 news reporter. Shelby brought show,

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As US COVID-19 Death Toll Nears 600,000, Racial Gaps Persist

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

As US COVID-19 Death Toll Nears 600,000, Racial Gaps Persist

"Racial gaps persist as the confirm U. S. cobit nineteen death toll nears six hundred thousand an AP analysis found that while the coronavirus death rates among blacks Hispanics whites and Asians a relatively close to their share of the U. S. population adjusting for population age differences native Americans Latinos and blacks are two to three times more likely than white people to dive code nineteen and Latinos are dying from the virus at much younger ages than other groups Hispanic people between thirty and thirty nine died at five times the rate of white people in the same age group gaps in vaccination rates are also persisting with blacks and Hispanics lagging behind the still incomplete data suggest that a racial gap is emerging again in Michigan for example blacks are fourteen percent of the population but accounted for twenty five percent of the over one thousand deaths reported in the past four weeks Jennifer king Washington

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Duchess of Cambridge 'Hugely Grateful' for 1st Vaccine Dose

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Duchess of Cambridge 'Hugely Grateful' for 1st Vaccine Dose

"The Duchess of Cambridge has received her first dose of a covert nineteen vaccine as Britain extends its inflation program to younger people Kate the thirty nine year old wife of prince William receive a shot at London's science museum a mass vaccination center near the couple's home at Kensington palace according to a photo posted on the Twitter feed she got backs needed a few weeks after husband Britain this week extended its cove in nineteen oxidation program to everyone over the age of thirty the program has been gradually expanded to progressively younger age groups since it began in early December and more than seventy percent of adults have already received at least one does other members of the royal family including Queen Elizabeth the second and prince Charles have publicized their backs in appointments take courage people to get shots Sir shockingly London

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15

the NewsWorthy

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15

"For the first time. American health regulators have okayed a covid nineteen vaccine for adolescents. The fda says the pfizer shots can start going out to everyone twelve and older this week before now. It was sixteen enough but a study found. The vaccine was safe in the younger age group as well and highly effective. The fda says it did a rigorous review of that data and confirmed phasers findings. Now health officials say the expansion is a big step in fighting the pandemic. Remember even though children have a lower risk of covid nineteen than adults. Some can still become seriously sick and some can spread the virus to next up. The cdc also needs to endorse the vaccine. And it's expected to do that tomorrow. Then health officials say adolescence could start the shots. As early. As this thursday

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Moderna announces COVID-19 vaccine trials for children

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Moderna announces COVID-19 vaccine trials for children

"Has this nugget this morning tweeting out. The big news. Moderna announces the first child participants and their Kid Cove study have received their first doses of their coping vaccine babies as young as six months, two Children younger than 12 or taking part more than 6700. Kids from the U. S and Canada are enrolled in this clinical study. Modern, his top executives says they're encouraged by the early results on their vaccine, safety and effectiveness in this important younger age population. This is a two does

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Jim's Recovery Story

Big Book Podcast

06:02 min | 9 months ago

Jim's Recovery Story

"I was born in a little town in virginia in an average religious home. My father a negro was a country physician. I remember in my early youth. My mother dress me just as she did. My two sisters. And i wore curls. Until i was six years of age at that time i started school. And that's how i got rid of the curls. I found that. Even then i had fears and inhibitions we live just a few doors from the first baptist church and when they had funerals i remember very often asking my mother whether the person was good or bad and whether they were going to heaven or hell i was about six then. My mother had been recently converted and actually had become a religious fanatic. That was her main neurotic manifestation. She was very possessive with us. Children another thing. That mother drilled me was a very puritanical point of view as to sex relations and as to motherhood and womanhood. I'm sure my ideas as to what life should be like. We're quite different from that. Of the average person with whom i associated later on in life that took its toll. I realized that now about this time an incident took place in grade school that i have never forgotten because it made me realize that i was actually a physical coward during recess. We were playing basketball. And i had accidentally trip to fellow just little larger than i was. He took the basketball and smashed me in the face with it. That was enough provocation to fight. But i didn't fight and i realized after recess. Why didn't it was fear that hurt and disturbed me a great deal. Mother was of the old school and figure that anyone. I associated with should be of the proper type of course in my day. Times had changed. She just hadn't changed with them. I don't know whether it was right or wrong but at least i know that people weren't thinking the same. We weren't even permitted to play cards in our home. But father would give us just a little tidy with whiskey and sugar and warm water now and then. We had no whiskey in the house. Other than my father's private stock. I've never seen him drunk in my life although he'd take a shot in the morning and usually one in the evening and so did i but for the most part. He kept his whiskey in his office. The only time. I have ever seen my mother take anything. Alcoholic was around christmas time when she would drink some eggnog or light wine. I remember my first year in high school. That mother suggested that. I do not join the cadet unit. She got a medical certificate. So that i should not have to join it. I don't know whether she was a pacifist. Or whether she just thought that in the event of another war it would have some bearing on my joining up about then too. I realized that my point of view on the opposite sex wasn't entirely like that of most to the boys. I knew for that reason. I believe i married at a much younger age than i would have had not been for my home training. My wife and i have been married for some thirty years. Now was the first girl that i ever took out. I had quite a heartache about her then because she wasn't the type of girl that my mother wanted me to marry in the first place she had been married before. I was her second husband. My mother resented it so that the first christmas after our marriage which was in may of nineteen twenty-three. She didn't even invite us to dinner. After our first child came my parents both became allies. But in later days after i became an alcoholic they both turned against me. My father had come out of the south and had suffered a great deal down there. He wanted to give me the very best and he thought that nothing but being a doctor would suffice on the other hand. I believe that. I've always been medically inclined though i have never been able to see medicine quite as the average person sees it. I do surgery because that's something that you can see. It's more tangible. But i can remember and postgraduate days and during internship that very often i'd go to the patient's bed and start a process of elimination and then very often i'd wind up guessing. That wasn't the way it was with my father. I think with him. It possibly was a gift. Intuitive diagnosis father through the years had built up a very good mail order business. Because at that time there wasn't too much money in medicine. I don't think. I suffered too much as far as the racial situation was concerned because i was born into it and knew nothing other than that. A man wasn't actually mistreated. Though if he was he could only resent it. He could do nothing about it on the other hand. I got quite a different picture. Farther south economic conditions had a great deal to do with it. Because i've often heard my father say that his mother would take one of the old time flour sacks and cut a hole through the bottom and two corners of it and they're you'd have a gown of course when father finally came to virginia to work his way through school. He resented the southern cracker as he often called them so much that he didn't even go back to his mother's funeral. He said he never wanted to set foot in the deep south again and he didn't i went to elementary and high school in washington. Dc and then to howard university. My internship was in washington. I never had too much trouble in school. i was able to get my workout. All my troubles arose. When i was thrown socially among groups of people as far as school was concerned i made fair grades throughout. This was around. Nineteen thirty five and it was about this time that i actually started drinking during the years. Nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty five due to the depression and its aftermath. Business went from bad to worse. I had my own medical practice in washington at that time but the practice slackened and the mail order business started to fall off

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Zelda & Chill with Mikel

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

05:33 min | 9 months ago

Zelda & Chill with Mikel

"We're gonna. We're gonna i don't think we can last longer than the simpsons but maybe we can last longer than a true crime. Podcast guys at the bar lower. Get behind that. Maybe we have more memorable characters like his leg in forni gumbo. We'll get there but yes. Thank you everybody for listening. We have a special show for us because we have a special guest show We've listened to some of the music in the past. I know i have mentioned the album's in the past. So on the label game chops we have The the producer the musician of the album. Zelda and chill and most recently zelda and chill part two which is a lo fi. Sell the series. We have michael all the way from germany. Joining us on the show. Michael thank you for joining us for big show So yeah i love. How and for me. It's a fairly recent thing of seeing not just a lo fi hip hop or hip hop instrumentals becoming so popular on the internet and worldwide. But seeing a lot of a video game arrangements insi- within hip hop within the lo fi. Can you tell me a little bit about how you got interested in hip hop and then how that intersected with with zelda yeah. I got interested with hip Pretty early when there was five or six. I rap songs and thought i always loved the beats and stuff but when it was i think whether it was fourteen was when i started making own beads. I've always liked sorry. The i've always liked zelda games and games in general and soundtracks and think about two thousand and eight. When i started making music i made my first remixes but i didn't release them and I think two thousand seventeen when notify was a bit bigger. That was when i did it again. 'cause these were finally hippies got really fit to yoga music yes i feel i feel that and i'm not sure if this is the same for a lot of people that i feel like my musical tastes have suddenly become mainstreamed more popular so the instrumental music that i really enjoy suddenly. There's there's an audience audience for it. And say i can also say that people like me who weren't generally into that style of music when you cross sect it west v. Gm which. I am a fan of It has a way of getting you in the door to appreciate what you were missing out on before the now definitely before we get into some original game music some music that we really enjoy. I'm curious about some of your musical influences. You said you you listen to a lot of got interested in rap music at a younger age while we're some of the the early artists and songs that really got you interested. Well i think the biggest inspiration was abducted raped western east coast hip hop in the nineties. Yes and then. The eminem fifty cents and a lot of german rep. Oh yeah. I'm not familiar with a lot of german rap. Artists is are there any names that maybe we could take note of and explore Seo the is He also reps on these Boom bap beats yes. Yeah and kinetic also from my hometown. They think mostly inspired by now. We have a friend of our show who lives in the uk in britain and he also has a podcast of music. And do you know of the wu tang clan playstation game. So there's a fighting game but all of the characters are members of the wu tang clan and they did it and they wrote a soundtrack to the game. You might be interested. It's it's very instrumental. But there's a few there's a few vocal tracks cetera. Okay sounds cool. Hundred very quick the only game villain. No of his Def jam york. That's with a lot of weapons and stuff up when the kids out there. It's always so it kind of makes sense that they would fight each other. But at the same time i always imagined. The wu tang clan working together. You know is the main story mode is exactly that like pointing games. Do it where they'll start out with a they're just fighting because they're trying to figure out what's going on here eventually. Learn that the band is making them. Fight was something with thirty six yards. They had to fight their way through so elena. We chose specifically zelda music for today and sort of to celebrate yourself in chill albums and we ask for you to bring some music that maybe you really enjoyed or were inspired by.

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Washington DC schools to open for CARE classes Wednesday

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Washington DC schools to open for CARE classes Wednesday

"Now in the district, where the spread of Corona viruses described his moderate D C. Public schools say they plan to bring kids back to class. On Wednesday, the students in 29 schools will learn virtually with a staff member there to help them in what are called cares Classrooms. Schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair be says it will help students who are having a hard time learning from home. We believe that we have done to due diligence with health and safety up to 600 students will be able to return on Wednesday. Teachers will not be The classroom. Meantime, D c Mayor Muriel Bowser says new cases of coronavirus air rising in younger age groups, especially those in their mid twenties to mid thirties. As for new restrictions, she says, none yet for D C. We see a number of rollbacks and jurisdictions that surround us, and we're happy to see that putting those places more in line, she says. With DC's restrictions. Mike Murillo w T O P.

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Willow Smith Calls Out Jada's Parenting Style

Daily Pop

05:18 min | 11 months ago

Willow Smith Calls Out Jada's Parenting Style

"Are you running for some daily pop? Cuz we've got some Smith family drama for you today. Willow is coming after her met her mother questioning her parenting skills at her own red cable. Are you kidding me? This is Jaden was harder on her than on her brother Jaden during a new episode of red table. Talk on Facebook watch Willow shares just how differently they were treated great up. There is a difference between how black moms will treat their daughters and their son. Oh, oh my goodness, right? Let's go back through is true something as simple as just like getting up at the right time. It would be like you might like to maybe like, oh no school school is about to be you better get dressed. We need to get it would be like wage in my room like, okay got it. But then Jane is actually like nothing listed. Are you ready to and he'd be like, maybe one moment off? Thank you. She is asking for a debt said it's right there honey you to me where you have a black bar? But you don't question her parenting in front of everybody. I do think Jade is one of those people that's very open communication. Tell me how you feel kind of mother one hundred percent. But I also think in black families and I will save this growing up in a big family and the hood a lot of times moms and parents are harder on girls because there's this thing ingrained in your head that if something happens with your daughter your daughter gets pregnant or becomes a birth mother. It's a direct reflection on you. So a lot of times like people don't even care about the father they like, oh near that boy knocked her up, but the mother there's a lot of shame that goes on the parents and growing up my mother never talked to me about the birds and the bees at all. My sister got schooled in it from the time. She was thirteen years old and it's weird that that's how it works like, yep. Just saw this whole thing happened with t i, yeah and how crazy everybody was like, oh my God. This is so insane. Meanwhile, I'm like, oh that happens. All those on you know, I think has a lot to do with also on the Note just you know, as a mother myself. I feel like for a woman you have to be very strong. Like I wanted to be so secure in her self-confidence seems to be like the most important thing you can instill in my daughter and being confident means like you get up you show up on time. You work hard you put in your best and you feel good about it. And so like I can see that and it's so funny that example because literally off hook up Chase from a nap the other day, he's to mind you and I said Chase are you awake? You ready to go? Five more minutes mom and I was like, okay honey UT five more minutes. You need a rest. I don't know if it's just a little boy, but it was just a funny example. I'm like, this is already a happening in my life. And there are only two right I feel like mothers and suck. So that Dynamic is very unique. Like I definitely think that women and parents think that they can be harder on girls because I feel like they think girls can handle it. I feel like with boys. I feel like a mom. I see it with my own mom and my own old dog, like he has always been regardless of what drama or what he's had to go through. He's always sort of Taken extra good care of him. I just feel like if it's a boy and you're a mom you just have an extra soft spot regardless of race or anything like that. I just think moms and sons have a different Bond. It's like dads and daughters. I feel like whatever child you have. That's the opposite gender of you. You are a little bit softer towards I can see that I totally can totally stay. I think the dynamic is now shifting I think with the world shifting and now, you know having to have harder conversations with boys at younger ages kind of the same ones you kind of have a girl about consent and about sex and all of those things. I feel like with everybody being mindful of this patriarchy Society. I think that's going to flip and it's going to change a little bit. Yeah. Yep. Think yeah, I hope I mean I still feel like just because of how I'm positioned. I'm like I already feel like I have to be like, you know, you you fight for what you deserve you are equal to your counterparts, you know, I feel like that stuff you have to like push into daughter still because if you don't if they don't think that going growing up then they accept less than and that's where I feel like we've gotten to the point where we got to where women, you know, they were traditionally taught that it's okay. If a man makes more, you know, if and then finally now we're getting to the other side of that and we just have to keep that momentum going like we're equal. We're all very equal talk to your son and your daughter the same way is what I guess. It's still to me and Society like I'm going to still push up for Chase, but I feel like it's almost a given still for a man to get equal. I mean, I'm still like given like he's going to get it cuz he's got that leg up because he's going to be a man. Yeah and the woman I have to be like make sure you get your your peace Honey Pig. To caution her you have to prepare her for that reality because men don't face that as much which is the problem. I mean, even in our own lives and our own circumstances, we know people that are of different genders and might make more than us or do more than us, but they don't work as much as we do, that's happening right now. So it's just one of those things you just constantly have to be aware of I

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Alaska's Salmon are Shrinking

60-Second Science

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Alaska's Salmon are Shrinking

"Year salmon come home to Alaska's frigid rivers to mate, lay their eggs and die. The. State Salmon runs are some of the biggest in the world but over the past few decades, those big salmon runs have featured ever smaller. Salmon. Talk to people up there has been fishing for a long time and they're definitely able to tell you that we just don't see those really large old salmon used to see Christa a post doctoral fellow at the University of Alaska Fairbanks oaken colleagues at the University of California Santa Cruz, and elsewhere analyzed records of fish size. Going back to the nineteen fifties they included data on some twelve point, five, million, salmon, each of which had. To be measured by someone from the Alaska Department of fish and game, and there's no question about it. Salmon have shrunk sockeye salmon today are two point one percent shorter than their ancestors chum salmon are two point four percent shorter and Coho or three point three percent shorter Chinook or king salmon showed the greatest declines at eight percent. That's an average difference of more than two inches in length. The study is in the journal Nature Communications. The researchers haven't nailed down the exact reasons behind this trend, but they're analysis suggests that climate change and competition with wild and hatchery raised salmon, both play a role. They also discovered that much of the change in body size is due to fish returning from the ocean at a younger age now than in the past. Oak, says fish could be returning earlier because they're reaching maturity faster for some reason or because the ocean has become a riskier place for older salmon to survive what could be happening is the That otherwise would have returned large old. Just making. Whatever the cause this size shift has massive ramifications for people and the Environment Oak and her team calculated that catching smaller fish may have already slashed the value of Alaska's Commercial Salmon Fisheries by twenty one percent. It's also likely reduced the food available to subsistence fishers, many of whom reliance stores of salmon to get them through the long harsh winter by as much as twenty six percent. On the ecological side, the researchers estimated that smaller fish sixteen percent fewer eggs, which could depress salmon populations in the future and the Salmon Bring Twenty eight percent fewer nutrients into the watersheds were they spun according to the study after they breed and die kirk actually fertilize. Freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems with these marine derived nutrients that are really important and that used by all kinds of animals like bears and songbirds even taking up into trees with no single factor to blame for shrinking salmon there's no fix says, but there are still plenty of fish in the sea they're just smaller than they used to be.

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Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

America First

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

"A state in Mexico is banning junk food The Legislature of Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca has approved a ban on selling high calorie snack food and Children in a bid to combat one of the world's highest rates of childhood obesity. Bill, the first of its kind of Mexico has drawn protests from business groups, officials in Mexico of blame junk food and soft drinks for Mexico's shockingly high rate of deaths among middle aged people from Cove in 19 They say Mexicans diet younger age from the pandemic, in part because of the country's high rates of diabetes and obesity. The law would find shopkeepers but allow parents to approve such

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How Churches Are Reopening During Coronavirus

The Tom Dupree Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

How Churches Are Reopening During Coronavirus

"More than seventy percent of church. I'm getting these stories from a thing called Christian headlines More than seventy percent of churches are meeting again and most practice social distancing. Most Protestant churches in the United States have returned to in person. Services. And most are also practicing social distancing by closing off certain seats to battle the coronavirus pandemic. According to a new life way research survey. More than seventy percent of Protestant churches met in person in July, a stark contrast to April when only ten percent met. The survey. Of. Protestant pastors shows seventy one percent of churches met July nineteenth seventy three percent. Met July Twelfth and seventy percent, July fifth. Meanwhile, churches are taking extra precautions to stop the spread of the virus for example, ninety four percent or providing hand, sanitizer, masks, or gloves to those needing it. Eighty six percent or conducting additional cleaning surfaces. Seventy six percent or closing seats to increase distance between people and to practice. Social distancing. Fifty nine percent recommend mast. Masks. About a third or requiring them. Although, most churches did not meet in May. A majority fifty five percent said they met the first weekend in June. Still, Twenty one percent of pastor say they have not met. Since the pandemic started. One, fifth of churches have offered drive in services during the pandemic, according to the study, resuming imperfect worship services has not been reverting to worship as usual. Says Scott McConnell Executive Director at lifeway research churches are making efforts to make the environment safe. But these efforts are often second gas by those who either want more precautions or less restrictions. Although most churches are meeting in person again only twenty nine percent or holding in Person Bible Studies. Only thirteen percent are holding children's activities. Maintaining social distance and necessary sanitation is very difficult with younger ages. To complicate things further saw the volunteers who normally work with kids and students are in high risk groups who are not ready to return anytime soon. That's pretty interesting.

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Why the pandemic is getting worse, and how to think about the future

Short Wave

10:28 min | 1 year ago

Why the pandemic is getting worse, and how to think about the future

"Okay Richard, so there are about forty seven different things we could talk about to unpack the story of how we got here in where we're going, but we chose a few of the big ones to focus on in this episode, so testing was a mess at the beginning. It seemed to get better for a little bit, and now it seems like it's a mess again, so what happened? Well it is complicated. Let's take you back to the beginning of the epidemic when the decided to develop its own test for the corona virus, which is standard practice for them, but honestly they bungled it, and instead of reaching for tests developed in Germany and distributed widely by the World Health Organization the CDC fix this quickly, and they kept trying, but really that turned out to be a big mistake, and it cost us a lot of time. I think the CDC didn't really realize the scope of this epidemic early on federal health officials should have done what South Korea did for instance what they did overseas immediately spur commercial companies to produce large quantities of tests. The US eventually got to that point, but you know it was really late, and now, of course we are in better shape. The US is averaging something like six hundred thousand tests a day or sometimes even more than that, but. It's still far short of the amount of tests that experts say we should be doing. Yeah, and let me ask you about that. Because I've seen estimates that we need to be doing like double or triple, the amount of tests to really control the virus right and you know the number of tests you need to do is really relative to the number of infected people, so we have so many infected people, and that number is growing. We really need to be doing a lot more testing. For example scientists at the World Health Organization uses a rule of thumb that you should have enough tests that your when you get the results back only about five percent or coming back positive. That, means that most of the people are negative, which is what you'd hope what you'd expect right now. Unfortunately, we have states like Texas and Florida in Arizona where the number of percent positive is like seventeen, eighteen or even twenty five percent, and you know the percent positive rates keep going up, which means it's definitely not true as the president has frequently claimed at the cases are only writing, because we're testing more. No seeing more positive cases as we see more tests so okay. Let's talk about the case numbers of it back in April we were at about you know thirty thousand cases per day and now we're. Sixty thousand new cases a day, which is objectively worse and to put that in perspective, sixty thousand people wouldn't even fit in dodger stadium, which is the biggest baseball stadium in this country, so we're talking about you know. Give you a visual image of what we're talking about it right right and you know. Some of that is driven by big outbreaks in places like California, Texas and Florida. Let's talk a little. Little bit more about why cases are up in those places. Yeah, it's complicated series of reasons, but some of it is that we're what we were talking about a little bit earlier. Some of these were in states like Texas and Arizona that were determined to open really early, and we're a lot of people including politicians thought you know starting. Their economies was more important than being really cautious about the virus. Could also be other stuff at play here because you know it is summer, and those are places that very hot, so more people are spending more time in air conditioning that is to say indoors and one thing we know about this virus is spread more likely indoors among people who are stuck together for at least fifteen minutes or longer in an indoor space. Yeah, honestly like this idea of being indoors is something I've been thinking about. Because I'm looking ahead right and we're looking at the fall in the winter when you're going to have the exact same thing happening all over the country like more people forced indoors. That correlates with of course, the beginning of seasonal flu, circulating some people in the hospital. That kind of stuff right it's going to. We're going GONNA have both epidemics happening at once. It's going to be a real mess. Okay, let's talk a little bit about mortality or people dying from the disease, so the president and others have pointed out in the last few weeks that the numbers of people dying per day are down from early on in the pandemic, and that is true back in mid April. There were days where we had well over two thousand people dying each day, and in the last week or so the US is seeing more like hundred people dying every day on average, although that number seems to be rising again. Let's talk about a few reasons why that could be why we're seeing fewer deaths now than earlier right well, certainly, one of the biggest reasons is not the biggest reason that the death rates are so low now compared to the spring when New York City got clobbered as you recall is nowadays the viruses infecting mainly younger people, and they just frankly less likely to die in Arizona for instance of these days, half the cases are in people aged twenty to forty four years old and only. Only eleven percent of cases and people over sixty five, and of course people over sixty five, or really at the highest risk of death, and you know that that shift younger age groups is both good and bad. The good part diseases hitting a population that can more easily survive, though we should say some people do die should bad part is that the spread is accelerating and putting vulnerable people at higher risk, because now the virus is traveling far and wide and putting more older people and. And people with underlying health conditions in harm's way right and you know one thing to note though is that especially in the younger demographic? This is where we see a lot of the huge racial disparities up, basically which young people are surviving and dying a paper out of Harvard June showed that in this twenty five to thirty four age group, the mortality rate for black people was seven times more than for white people really matters. Who are the those young people are right? It absolutely does. Does the overall risk of death is very very low in this age group, but it does absolutely hit some people harder than others, particularly because more people of color are at risk for contracting the disease because of their jobs, they have to be out and about and also underlying health conditions may also be playing a role here. Yeah, so it appears more young people are getting sick. Fewer of them ultimately die, but to be clear. Young people do get very sick and die from the virus. So that's one reason we're seeing fewer deaths right now. Compared to the beginning of the pandemic as far as why the numbers of deaths don't seem to be matching up with the increase, in cases, yet is partially due to the fact that deaths are what we call a lagging indicator Derek Thompson at the Atlantic wrote a really nice piece on. This will make sure to put in. The episode notes for Richard Let's talk about that a little bit right. Yeah, it's a very plainly put. There's a gap in time between the day someone test positive until the day the either recover or unfortunately die, and then of course. Course there's another lag in which that death is reported health officials. So what you're seeing now. It really in-depth really reflects people who got sick. You know two or three weeks ago or even longer than that, so that's one reason why deaths have not followed in lockstep with a big spike in cases. Yeah, and then there's also this thing called lead time bias right right, and that's basically a phenomenon where data can make it seem like something new is happening, but actually just about how you're collecting. The data with the increases in testing. We've seen in these past few months. We may simply be detecting more this. This virus earlier in people than we did before, people may have been really sick and not get tested to the hospital now people are driving up in their cars right and doing okay, and so there earlier on in the course of disease, but that doesn't really change the percentage of cases that wind up being fatal. It will just take longer than it did early on in the epidemic for those fatalities to show up and of course Richard there a ton of complications that we didn't have time to get into more hospital capacity ventilators, so what sheep the hospitals in actually plays a role in who survives and who? Who doesn't and then you know even though there isn't a cure, of course, doctors have had more time to learn how to treat this disease, so we don't have a lot of data on this yet. In the United States, but it seems like perhaps more people are surviving this disease than right in the beginning right, I think that is clearly the case and you know as long as hospitals aren't totally overwhelmed with patients. They can make use of what they've learned so far to improve treatments. I'll give you just one example steroids which are used to reduce inflammation. Turn out to be quite useful in many instances. So Richard I'm curious like overall how you're feeling looking at where we are compared to. Let's say April, there are ways in which I feel like are a lot more prepared like we understand the virus. A little better were obviously farther along on a vaccine and some potential treatments, but we still don't have adequate testing. Cases are at an all time high. We're heading into the fall, which means we're GONNA, have this consolidation of cold and flu and corona season, plus the schools potentially opening up your really cheering me up here. But maybe the most concerning fig just to keep you just to keep you down. Richard is that I? Just don't feel like we are a country with like one central goal to fight this thing together. Yeah well I think. I would agree with that first off a corona virus vaccine is not going to help much at least not in this coming flu season. Even if one is amazingly enough approved by the end of the year, we'll take really a long time to vaccinate enough people to make a big difference. What really could help would be a good flu vaccine. I think only about half of Americans typically get the flu shot every year and public health officials say if they can dramatically increase that it would really help a lot against this sort of one two punch that we're going to have to be confronting. But you're right about the country, not working well together on this starting with leadership both at the federal level, and also tim states, but also including people who are ignoring all the guidance that's going all the good advice from scientists and people are hesitant to get vaccines because of misinformation. As for testing you know by the fall. There will be some help. I expect doctors offices should have a supply of Rapid Kobe tests. They're like rapid strep test, or whatever the aren't super accurate, but they can help relieve some of the testing bottleneck and sort of looking down the line a little bit farther. Scientists are also working on next generation of tests that you might even be able to do. Do at home and you know those might be ready sometime. Next year next year seems pretty discouraging, doesn't it? It's pretty far off, but you know I'm pretty well resigned to the fact that we're going to be in this for the long haul. covid nineteen is going to be with us for years so even technology that seems far off right now. We'll still be needed

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"younger age" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"younger age" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Vaccine. Mass-produce actually eat the virus to circulate. Among people who can safely get it get over it make antibodies which historically before the advent of highly effective vaccines was out and damaged ended. It is not logical that younger age groups. My somehow be isolated or maintain a six foot spacing from each other infection in low risk. Groups is still prevalent which it is socializing represents the opportunity for developing the widespread immunity eradicating the threat to the vulnerable. The problem with an interdiction strategy that starts and ends with flattening. The curb as you can never stop. Everybody's been kept away from the virus. Everybody's been sheltering in place. Nobody as immunity. And so if there's any level of viral circulation a symptomatic carriers for example. Everyone remains vulnerable the minute you release those clamps you get the spike. You thought you had prevented this. Total isolation policy prevents broad population immunity. We know from decades of medical science that the population develops immunity while wearing antibodies. You allow the virus to circulating those who can safely get through. It developed immunity. But that's the problem flattening the critical tactic to avoid overwhelming medical system at a given place in a given time. But it really can only be phase one of a multi-faced plant hundreds of thousands of people at serious diseases that are not being treated. Transplants.

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[Unedited] Ellen Davis with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:08 min | 1 year ago

[Unedited] Ellen Davis with Krista Tippett

"I'm Krista Tippett up next Mike unedited conversation with theologian. Ellen Davis. There is a shorter produce version of this which includes poetry from Wendell. Berry that he read for this show. Find that wherever you get your podcasts. I'm just I'm looking. I'm sort in an enclosed blue booth looking at a black thing that I'm pretending as you. Okay very convincing. Just close your eyes. That's what I'll be doing okay. I'm hearing Chris. I think my microphone is pretty hot and I was but I'm not. I was hearing an echo at first but I'm okay now Illinois. Are you hearing me all right. And his any. I'm I'm hearing you fine. And you're without an echo all right Help just in one more second crystal all right just before we start are you well. Is dwayne wells. I'm well yes. Thank you dwayne Zvili. Well HE'S A. He's a year into recovery from hip surgery and it makes a huge difference so things are good. Thank you and and you and your children. Yeah every everything's good I just Have been doing way too much. Travelling at this new book come out the new. Yeah Einsteins God it's It's a it's A. It's it's drawn from my interviews with scientists and it's a lot of fun to be out there talking about but I'm I'm happy to be back in. My kids are happy to have me back. I bet well congratulations on the US. Send you a copy I should. I actually think I had put that down on a list somewhere. It's important for God so Chris. I'm still feeling kind of loud or it went up again. My volume went up again Okay well now. We're hearing an echo on the other end. What's that okay? I think I'm fine now. Did you hear that now? There's an Echo Ellen. I wonder if I wonder if her headphones are up. A little bit high. If we could have allenton her headphones down a little bit okay. Is there someone turn yes? Can someone turned my headphones down. We're not getting any response to okay. How is this Test is tax defense. I think it does yes. The echoes gone. Okay okay Christie and I have also just to let the engineer now. I've also lowered the microphone. Just a bit because it was above the level of my mouth and I was sort of reaching up toward. How does that work? That's fine? Thank you okay all right so Chris I think I could have even a little. Bit less volume. And then maybe why don't I let me ask you something mundane like What you had for breakfast. I had cereal and food doesn't give you much experience. What have you need a little more? Tell me about lunch that tell you what's in bloom and a guy. Yes Virginia Sweet. Spire and the irises Just peaking and going down. The ECHINACEA is coming up. It's actually a pretty time in North Carolina. I imagine it's tulip time in it is to the people don't think of Minnesota as as lush but it really is. Our neighborhood is just incredible. It was it was. It's it's a very special neighborhood and it was. It was kind of constructed to be harmonious with the natural world and creatures and we even have the occasional wild Turkey and Fox squirrels and birds and So I was travelling in April and I missed that period where the snow is gone. But there's nothing growing and I came back and it was all their everything in bloom feeling. I it's beautiful. It is beautiful. Yeah doing good about levels. I think we're great okay. So I- slightly daunted interviewing my teacher like this and I'm going to have a different role with you I think we can get okay and You know as I was thinking about the questions I might want to ask you some of which I always ask people. I realized that even though you and I have had conversations around these things. I've never quite skewed these questions. I don't know all the answers so so so one place. I always start with people. Whatever we're talking about is Was there a religious background to your childhood and actually. I'm not sure that I know the answer to that question. Yes I grew up. I'm a cradle Episcopalian. Okay I've there's never been a time in my life when I haven't gone to church but I would say that church means quite different thing to me over. Religion means quite a different thing to me. Then I think it did to my parents. Anyone almost anyone else in my family I did not grow up in a family that would have defined itself as particularly religious although we would church always when and how did you start heading towards a career in Biblical scholarship and theology. How did that happen consciously? I was an exceedingly late bloomer. I was in my third of four years of seminary before I decided that I was going to teach But if you look at my resume it looks as though when I was eighteen and I went to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem for Year. I decided I was going to be a biblical scholar So unconsciously what they say in Hebrew Elohim Finger of God. I think I sort of being pointed if not pushed in that direction at a much younger age

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Demi Lovato Spills Tea on Friendship With Selena Gomez

Daily Pop

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Demi Lovato Spills Tea on Friendship With Selena Gomez

"Abbado is spilling the T. On her celebrity friends who okay Demi is on the cover of Harper's bizarre and she talks about is the main issue as she talks about. She's no longer friends with Selena Gomez she does say that she loves the supportive friendship that she shares with Ariana Guerande. Let's start with the start with this. Okay so she says to women who are in competitive industry. The whole world seems that they wanted women against each other. So it'd be so easy to do that so she loves that Arianna in her. Have this great friendship. And there's not any kind of competition there as she talks about how she really really valued finding good girlfriends industry because she has such a hard time doing that Do you think it's hard to find friends within the same industry your end? I think it depends on how young you are. When you get into the industry I think a lot of times when girls come up together in any industry at some point the level of immaturity in the things that you go through in life will tear you apart that I got into this industry later on in life so the friendships I have. I don't see as competition. I see more as a guiding light. Like for me Scott Evans. Who's also you know? A young black man on this type of show is Kinda Sorta my guiding light in this whole thing and had we started off younger had been going through the trenches together in our early twenties. Maybe that wouldn't be the same. Yeah you know. I haven't done this for quite a while and I do know what you're saying and I do think it's changed. I think when I was younger I do think there was a lot more competitive and it was never outspoken. Typical High School Bullshit. You know where it's like. Oh well Carissa is is doing that. I could be doing that. I'm better than her. You know things like that that would be unsteadily said behind my back and I'd hear about it was like high school gossip stuff you know and then you did you got to an age where you realize. There's room for everyone right and the better. What does honestly lift everybody up so but it takes a long time to get to that point and I don't know that any some people don't get to that point I think especially in. This is not demis industry or our industry but I think reality stars have a hard time with s because they all think that they have the most interesting lives and that they have the best stories and that's why they do make a reality stars because they have this competitive edge with each other that it's really hard for them to be supportive in cheer the others. Don't you think I think when you start a reality show early on and again at the younger age I'm going to go at it? Behooves you have drama with somebody to have that competition. I think what producers trying to do. Is they try to say this. Is Anyone show? Whoever comes up and shines the most will be the queen. Bee of the show are the king of the show. So I think that's how they set this whole I think the same thing happened with Demi Levato and would selena Gomez there were people in their ears backing fort being. You're the next big thing. You're the next big thing so you automatically became competition. But it's so odd to me that now that these girls are in a more mature age. They've gone through stuff in life. I can't believe they haven't turned around and said while we are obviously more related than we know. We're both going through different things. We've both are struggling with our mental health. Maybe let's go back to those to those moments when we were kids in talk about the things that we went through and talked about how our mental health that was undiagnosed at the time and untreated might have played A. Yeah absolutely. I think you're right but it's interesting. Because so here's the thing what she said about. Selena Gomez they're basically. She said she had mixed feelings. What's laying posted this message on instagram? After performed on the grammy's because she basically says when you grow up with somebody you're always going to have love for them but I'm not friends with her so it felt that Dadan. She stopped herself I think he was looking for the word disingenuous and I think after your friend goes through something like she went through a matter who you are if we haven't talked in five years and you came out five years later and said that you went through this. You almost died. You went to Rehab. You got you know you brought in for evaluation and I was your friend at any point in my life. I will stop. Pick up the phone and say hey. I just saw your performance. It was moving. I just WanNa let you know that I'm here for you on top of that. I would double down on that if I had been through. Some of the the same things as we heard Selena Gomez open up about her bipolar disorder and about things that she was struggling when there is no better opening. Line to recuperating a friendship like. I know what you've been through. I've been through the same thing before snow. Use the L. That Selena. Maybe didn't take that step detects her personally and the fact that she went out and did it publicly. It almost looked as though this genuine over grill. You got you know somebody who knows somebody who can get in touch `Gabon to get my number for united then connect this belief. I think that sometimes they don't take the proper steps and when I'm sorry if you would oppose that about me on instagram and tried to go that route. I would've been upset. Yeah I talked to. I can't help. But wonder if her becoming closer to scooter. Braun made her rethink what she thinks about Selena. Thank I can only imagine. Scooter has said some stories and know some things about her that we don't know about and she's probably heard them. Maybe I don't know I wonder win. Her mind about a wonder what point it became. Slain is not my friend. I mean I mean the fact that she's going on record in a magazine. Sancti is not my friend I mean to me I feel like most loved would have been like. We don't talk as much as we used to. But you know always love her and you know always support her. Whatever you'd give some sort of vague answer like that but she's like we're not friends at. I think this will happen before. Scooter Braun. Because they haven't been friends in a very very long time and I think if anything I think moving forward scooter. Braun knows that twelve step program in an INS and out the INS and outs of it I think. Scoot Ron has been a part of an has had a hand in getting a lot of his artists on the right track and he knows the steps and he knows that forgiveness is a big step and he knows that making a man's is a big step and sometimes making a men's isn't about saying hey. I'm sorry it's about saying hey I accept that we're not friends anymore but I don't have any blood because my sobriety is important. I DON'T THINK SCOOTER. Braun is going to fire up this engine. I do think though the Taylor swift of it all might have played a part in it because Selena is a huge supporter of Taylor swift and Demi Levato came after Taylor Swift after the scooter. Braun allegations have been made I. I don't think it's a scooter. Braun thing I think it's a quick thing okay. I don't know I just feel like if you already are starting to change your mind about somebody nearly certainly cut them out of life and then you cut them out of your life and then you become closer with people who also don't love this person it just as fueled the fire to be like. Yeah I don't need you in my

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Schizophrenia in Men

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

09:27 min | 1 year ago

Schizophrenia in Men

"I'm Rachel Star here with my co host Gape Howard last episode. We discussed how schizophrenia affects women and this episode. We are focusing on the gentleman exciting. We have Jason Jepson. Who's GONNA join us? He is a mental health advocate. Also a veteran. Who HAS SCHIZOPHRENIA? And Dr Finch will return to help us understand the medical side of things that are going on Rachel. I'm looking forward to a great show. I'm excited to gave last month. Rachel we learned how schizophrenia impacts women. You know things. Like motherhood and pregnancy and menopause and aging and. I don't think there's a lot of people were surprised that any illness would impact a female differently than it would a male but we sort of want to open that up because there were some big differences in how schizophrenia presents in males over females and I think that was surprising for us during the research because we just assumed that an illness hits women differently because I think society is conditioned to believe that women go through everything differently. The fact that we hear mentioned over and over is that men tend to get diagnosed far earlier in life than women. Do with schizophrenia. However as we talked about last episode that's not always true especially in families who have a history of mental illness and even amongst like different ethnic groups but due to being diagnosed younger age men often have not attained the same degree of social development as women. Do at the onset of schizophrenia and that can contribute to poor social outcomes during our research. We learned that the reason that menor often diagnosed earlier because men are showing more emotions or boehner abilities and when seen in women as we learned last month. They're just like oh well she's a woman so of course she's being emotional. Where when the exact same symptoms seen in men that like oh? This is a problem but as you pointed out getting diagnosed earlier isn't necessarily the advantage that we think it is in males because stereotypically they're looking at you for all kinds of issues as we're GONNA learn from our guest. One of those issues is violence or rage or anger. My question to you Rachel is. Do you think that men have an easier time with schizophrenia? Or is it just a different time? I would definitely say a different time being diagnosed earlier that in itself and we talked about mini episodes ago where it comes to diagnosing children where that has a huge impact on you. You know if you know earlier that you have a major mental disorder that can change just how other people view you yourself. How your parents view your future? I know that's definitely come up just in my own life. But I can't imagine. Had I gotten the diagnosis in high school. My parents probably immediately would have started wearing like while she can't go to college. Just assuming things so just like being diagnosed sooner. I think is really scary. And then the flip side not being diagnosed until your mid twenties like many women. Are you probably been dealing with this for a while? Had not been able to get help so it's definitely a different situation. I don't think either side is going to be easier anytime. You're dealing with schizophrenia. It's going to be intense across the board. Rachel do a refresh real quick and talk about symptoms that tend to impact men more than women. Men tend to have more serious cognitive deficits more the flat effect we have a monotone voice very dull expression. You don't really react the way that people would normally react in situations blunted emotional responses where it's just kind of. I don't WanNA say chill but you're just kind of you know straight across the board when things happen. Speech reduction and men tend to be less active than women. And of course just because you're male or female doesn't mean that you fit in a nice tidy box right it just just because you're male doesn't mean that you will have all of these and just because you're male doesn't mean that your family will not notice or will notice. We're speaking in generalities when we talk about stereotypically. This is how schizophrenia presents in men. Yes absolutely and Rachel. Of course we love you very much. But you're a woman living with schizophrenia. So you thought it would be appropriate to bring on a male who is living schizophrenia. And that's why we have a great guest who you spent some time with Jason. Jepson as you said. He's a veteran. He's awesome. He's living with schizophrenia. And you did a great interview. You're ready to roll it absolutely here. We go today's guest. Is Jason Jepson? Who also has schizophrenia? Thank you so much for being with us today. Jason Thank you for having me so right away. I what you to tell our listeners about yourself okay. Sure I'm a writer. I started journaling when I was in the seventh grade. I have two books out. I'm also a veteran. I'm a part of the Vet Council at McGuire. Veterans Hospital remained. Sure that veterans don't fall through the cracks and we dragged him to mineral services. It's awesome well. Thank you so much. Thank you very much for serving for US. Thank you so much. So what age were you diagnosed with schizophrenia? I was the diagnosis of schizophrenia. When I was twenty three I was diagnosed in the army. The thing is. I don't know how your schizophrenia is. But my I knew the voices the voices in my head board the other soldiers that fought in California where I was stationed in also friends from Richmond. Virginia because I saw my heaven hear their voices. It took me a little while to Except my illness. Did you have signs that you noticed earlier? Age Not really in high school. I'd mild depression. I saw a counselor for short time but I still was social. Had Friends and I've played Lacrosse in high school. Now do you have visual hallucinations. Also are yours mainly audio then in my twenties it was mainly voices that I couldn't figure out. Where were they will coming from? Stow our episode. Today is focusing on. How men experienced schizophrenia. Different than women? Do you have any thoughts on that? Do you feel. There's much of a difference Well I think everybody's experience for Schizophrenia. Is Different in general. I think we hear voices delusions but the specifics of a different. If that makes any sense okay. It's just important to find the right treatment plant for men and women you know. Find the right medication. Maybe have therapy. How does someone to trust like your parents or your friends and all that takes trial and error for both men and women. I want to ask you this because I think it has like two sides that you see. A lot of men with schizophrenia ended up homeless and I know with you also working with veterans. You hear that a lot too when you have a lot of people coming back with post traumatic stress disorder. What are your thoughts on that? Yes what kills me makes me when attack. This mental health thing for veterans is out veterans actually committed suicide in the parking lot of the. Va Can you believe that? I mean there's gotta be an answer to that. I mean. It took me a while. Ask for help myself. How do we get there? How do we combat that? You know it's just I hope. Veterans Council can reach out to them. we were still a new organization. But that's just need to ask for help and it can be take awhile but be patient. I would say men are typically known for not wanting to ask for help and I can imagine it's been doing you're talking about like soldiers you know the idea of masculinity it being even harder for guys like that exactly what you know one thing. That's helping. There's more athletes coming forward to Lesson to stigma for men. I'm sure you for that. Dwayne Rock Johnson has come out saying he gets depressed. I mean that guy's a famous actor and that's going to do great things for men in my opinion is huge. You think masculinity he's just giant muscle. What has been your biggest struggle as a man with schizophrenia? Well it's the Saudi expectations. The stereotypes gave does this wonderful on the social network but but know why kids job. I used to avoid social situations because the question. What do you do? What do you do for a living? Because I didn't have an answer then. I realized I would make a house advocate and I'm proud to be a mental health advocate when you say you're a minute health advocate that opens the door for education. What is it one in? Four people have some kind of mental illness. You know so if you open up. A mental health advocate well. My my sister has bipolar. My uncle is a schizophrenic. You know it opens it up and talking about it. Like we're doing now is the most important things to bus stigma. What advice do you have for men? That are listening. Right now with schizophrenia. Except your diagnosis is probably one of the most important things I can say when he accepted you. Get on the right medication. Be Patient with medication and It's okay to ask for help you know ask for help. It's it's okay to ask for

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"younger age" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"younger age" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ask you if you think kids should be allowed to have self on the what age because sex thing is happening at a much much younger age than people think we're talking as young as ten according to a recent survey so we'll talk to you about that get your reaction that's coming up a little bit lower later on right now we are talking about Denver school board member's name is Terry Anderson one of you think you should be kicked off the scoreboard are we not teaching children to respect me a country are we not teaching children to follow the rules and the like when they're at school look I don't care and I consider this guy part of the school the school board I don't care what kids do when they're coming to pro testing and everything like that when it comes to school you stay at school your there to learn everything that takes away from the educational process to me to me personally has no business being at a school a few teachers you want to strike strike during the summer otherwise quick get the hell out it's always been my idea you know what the job don't do it but if you strike during the school year you are taking time away from the educational process if you try to get attention on yourself like this idiot did don't be on the school board and if you're going to disobey the rules like this it when you're in charge of making sure that you are one of the people in charge of making sure that the kids fall the rules then leave go be an activist not everybody's gonna get millions of dollars from Nike okay there's only one calling Capper neck he's the idiot that they've chosen to pack but this idiot Terry Anderson sent through the pledge of allegiance at a school board meeting use newly amec elected member it's something he says he will continue to do to protest police shootings of people of color in a statement he cited the fatal shootings of thirteen people of color across the country saying they all could have been me he doesn't say which thirteen he doesn't say which shootings were justified ID hate to point this out to everybody but sometimes the police are justified in shooting somebody regardless of the color of their skin sometimes police officers are protecting the general public sometimes people have guns sometimes people don't follow orders sometimes lives are in danger so what we have here is a school board member who could be speaking out or pro testing in favor of people who are breaking the law and in favor of people who may have been willing to take the lives of somebody else I want specifics he says as a black man I am reminded today and every day of the injustices that still exist in our society wow you know not standing for the pledge of allegiance that'll fix it all done thanks now all the injustices of been cured some irrelevant school board member in Denver I decided not to stand for the pledge of allegiance all the problems have now been solved good for him and he's going to continue that stand he stayed seated during the pledge of Thursday's meeting as he wore the Jersey oh here we go as he wore the Jersey of calling chapter in it the attention hungry former back up who sparked a movement a protest of police shootings by kneeling during the national anthem before NFL games and action which many believe this kept him off the field since twenty sixteen actually its own actions that have kept him off the field since twenty sixteen he got that you got to try out a couple of months or so ago whenever it was and you decided not to do it at the very last minute do you know why by the way forget he did take his team to the Superbowl you're talking about calling happening when he when he was the quarterback of team for part of the season everybody forgets he was only quarterback of the team for part of the season but he did take the team to the Superbowl his abilities and his production was declining near the end do you know why calling Capranica moved the location of this try out at the last minute so that as few people as possible would show up because it's more lucrative for him to play the victim than it is to try and play football he tries to play football and the still playing at the level he was playing at when he stopped playing by his own decision not forget he opted out of his contract any turn down another contract because he wanted more money than he was worth look but what like nor all the relevant facts but it would be if he goes out back to the NFL and does it perform very well it's far more Lou gray loses money so is far more lucrative to be the guy who's playing the victim that it is to be the guy who has to perform on the football field because he's getting money from Nike and all these other sources so that's that's far more lucrative and far safer to do with the way the towered calling Capranica is doing it so he says here today and for every meeting in the future I have decided not to stand because we need our leaders to have the courage to fight along side communities in sending a clear message that we will not stand while white supremacy is thriving again giving no examples of white supremacy but getting attention for himself is any that's the only thing that matters says we will not stand while black and brown people are being murdered by those who are supposed to protect and serve our communities again no examples sure it happens absolutely it does but how many of those thirteen shootings that he does not specifically site where the shootings justified because I again I hate to say it sometimes they are the school board said stellar service public schools spokesman will Jones said one of the great things about our country is the ability of all individuals to express their beliefs with the rights afforded to them by the first amendment the first amendment that this chart doesn't serve doesn't support apparently because he's doesn't doesn't that pledge allegiance this right is not lost when a person is selected to become a member of the board of education board secretary Anderson has a constitutional right to express is believed by sitting out the pledge of allegiance as a board we respect and support our colleagues right to freedom of expression and are committed to protecting that critical right for all people sure it's the right he's an idiot but it's a right I will be does get reelected to the school board because he's an idiot but that's me eight zero fifty six seventy eight that's eight.

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"younger age" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I'd been exposed to more that was more my comfort zone but at the same time there's a point where being a person of color is like sort of performance around them because not so much anymore but at a younger age i was deaf expected like play up certain stereotypes like for laughs short just <hes> sometimes for blast but sometimes people were like actually series like oh. You really don't like fried chicken. That macho like food like really yeah or like real are like sulfur. It's not really it's really greasy and salt really big effort to much especially when i was going through my more like anorexic periods so that was fun but are are like well. I guess i had this one coming. There's apparently stereotype that black people play bass and i just happened to play bass among among other instruments so that was always funny any time there's a bass player need. It's like oh dan of course in what is your major again. <hes> at berkeley i'm majoring in political economy at a minute public policy okay so going back to <hes> feeling not black enough around ribs. Black people not white enough around groups of white people that was mostly the bullying centered around that yeah and it was definitely something where now i have the adult language to be able to say that that was a lot of that was just microaggressions pretty much just everyday little things. We're like oh my raise. The toy not have to be a part of this but it is or for my upbringing of the way i speak toys not to be a part of this conversation but now it is <hes> just all these little moments that together just brought me down to the point where when i came home i was exhausted from being and then of course i came home to like us really kind of toxic environment all the time and and describe that so home environment my parents <hes> they live together. They are currently illegal status sense married. <hes> i have an older brother who is seventeen almost eighteen years older than me so when i was born who's about to go off to college so we were not for lack of trying never close but there's just i now realize the certain amount does a certain level that it's kind of hard to get close to a person when there's that much of an aged different really hard. All our interests are going to be different. Y'all are like things were into. There are things we connected on. We love the same music from the same time period so like when he was is going to college all the music he listens to our like all the classics that i love.

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"younger age" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"To kind of peel back your level of responsibility in your contribution to humanity and realized that maybe you could participate in a bigger picture. And I think it's it's amazing that guys like all of us now are taking all of our experiences in combat and we're applying them, and we're using them for a catalyst for change for good. You know, we're we're not allowing these experiences that we've been through these traumatic events or things that we regret or things that we will look back on that we consider our traumas. We're now using them to learn from it. To teach others from. And that's something that I wish that I was exposed to at at a younger age, especially as a young a young young PJ young military member. You know, we didn't the guys who raised me didn't have this type of direct combat that we have now are the guys that we've been doing, but all of us are gone through those fires we've been forged in those battles. And we can take all those lessons, and that was them and pass that onto the younger generation and help them to see something bigger than just they have a they have a trigger and a job to do. We can impart this, wisdom and mentorship on them. So that they can see you know, what what their responsibility could be in the positive contribution. They could make and sometimes you're a wuss for being a leader. Like that the young kids don't wanna hear, you know, if you if you have kids, you know, they don't listen to you anyway, but the younger generation doesn't listen. So you're a wuss. Oh, you're just afraid you lost your nerve or you're just an old, man. Now. Right. Okay. Yeah. We do need the young crazy kids to come up and do the things that nobody really. Wants to do like, you know, rush a bunker. That's being shooting at you or cross the street where there's bullets flying both ways. We you know, we were all there. But you need the leaders and in the young generation needs to hear it from the leaders that that's not what we do. There are rules along the way for that. And that's not what we do. You know, we can't be murderers. It's just it's just not who we are. And if you're murderer you're wrong. I mean, you completely and utterly wrong. And it's illegal no other way to look at it. I think that that's that's exactly right. You know, I think it is important to let people know like policing and soldiering are sort of merging together. You know? I mean, they're using our police or using our equipment over here. We're using their techniques over there were sharing intelligence back and forth globally military, sharing information with police on a level that we haven't seen since before nine eleven or prior to nine eleven so you know, the two worlds are sort of merging. I kinda wonder we'll ever be a big ground war, again, we'll ever be a war even on the scale of Iraq. Again, would it ever be necessary? You know, I mean, they're stuff happening. You know in Russia and stuff, you know, everyone knows us. Nobody wants to go to war with us that way, they'll lose was in the air force in for a few few months, and then maybe they'll send some other things will launch missiles from his ship. And then then maybe true, but not not massive forms because they'll just lose the difficult to find who this secret guys are. Run around doing all the damage and get them. That's the art. I think the the real catch your too, though, and responsibility will be on the government or on the judicial system Scott to make sure that if we're doing our part, then that there is a is due process that takes place and that they actually don't go on a witch hunt. But they actually do the responsibility in the investigation to make sure that it's true without discarding information in assuming that one part of the other must be a correct. And that's the whole due process that we're supposed to be allowed to go through the that's also becoming political just was social media. Yes. Let green beret go. He should've killed us aside bomber..

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"younger age" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"How'd he actually got in training at a younger age? So just like imagine how great he could have been with that. Yeah. Least favorite scene. Just because it's sad. I hated whenever Rudy went back into his room and discovered all of his climbing things gone. And how his uncle was like, well, I can use the rope. And I can use the pick because I'm an I'm a guide. So he just gets these things. And then he just went and sold the shoes. I mean, thankfully, Lisbeth is the one who bought them, but like had enough in the case that would have just been a really crappy thing to do. It's low that's low my least favorite character is that that guy that. Katherine myers. Just because I don't know the whole time. I just got like a really bad. I think you're supposed to like a really bad feeling from him. Like, this guy doesn't have as hard in. It the way the people do. Yeah. He's just there for the fame and glory. He doesn't care about Rudy's passion. And they like this is kind of like growing moment for him. Like, this is huge. This is the chance for him to prove himself not to I think like not just everybody else. But also to himself. I really am. I father son, you know, right someone he looks up to so much wants to fill those shoes. But least seen. I don't know. I don't know if it's because I've got tired or whatever. But I kinda got really lost on the story when they were all in a big group together on the mountain. And I don't know if that's just me like, we're climbing this. Yeah. I don't know if there was just like too many. I just couldn't grasp the story at the time. Like, I need to watch it again for me personally. Meg clearly grasp it all. And she was just she loved it. Which is great. But I'll need to there were like quite a few different angles going on. Yeah time, and I don't know. I just couldn't it was just hard like Uber following the captain and the goal and you were following the guide and the refunding Rudy. And yeah, yeah..

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"younger age" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"So I think definitely a younger age like getting kids involved with learning who their representatives are in the senators and their local candidate and making Vander stand the importance of voting, even if you just take them to the polls with you. I was always going to the polls of my grandparents the young kid, so. So just showing them that side of society is a big thing when they're younger, and then even within schools, I would like to see a lot more government involvement within the school. So like a lot more time for the senators will come in and like talk to students about the issues where students can voice their opinions. I think that's a big big thing as well. Just getting students acquainted with their representatives whether their local or statewide because me personally, I didn't get involved too much with politics. I helped like on campaigns of the volunteer, but not until like my senior year of high put it I actually have conversations with representatives. And once you create like relationships with those people at the it comes a lot easier to understand government and want to get involved in the help more people. And then another thing is like just be ready to hear the the the generations, DeVos. It can be pretty hard to like be able to accept other people's viewpoints. And they know that some of the older people might not be ready to hear what we have to say about schools, and the be ready to hear what we have to say about feeling. Safer than our own school building. But if you're ready to hear a voice, Nick sept- or worries and help us overcome them and create solutions for the problems that we're facing right now. Then I don't think we're going to have an issue. I think we'll see a lot more kids get involved with politics if we can actually create solutions to the problems. But yeah. So that's the advice that I give to you guys. The good news. Is you have a lot more energy when you're eighteen than you do when you're so if we get the young people. They can do all the work that we're too tired to do. There are other things that you want to make sure to talk about I can talk about mental health for a little bit as well this past ring after talking with my representatives and senators we actually have a Bill on the floor right now in front of the Ohio general assembly and Senate Bill three fourteen house, oh seven thirteen and it revolves around mental health resources within school recently within my path, I've gone through a lot of mental health hurdles, and I know a lot of my peers that have worked on the Bill with me have as well. And it's a really hard thing. When you're in a school building every day, and you can't find the help that you deserve the student. And so one thing that we talked about with them was I see all learning which is social emotional learning at younger ages so students can grow up feeling okay. About talking about their feeling and just kind of eliminate the stigma that mental healthcare is with it to students can feel okay? Going to counselors and saying, hey, I'm not feeling all that. Great or hey, I'm a little depressed about. Something in my life. That's happening. So soon as can seek the help that they deserve. And then also it it talks about increasing faculty members like psychologists within the school building. And then it also talks about mental health screenings within schools to that students who are going through inner turmoil and don't know what to do or that. It's even whether they're experiencing, anxiety or depression. They might not know that is called anxiety depression. But if they were to be screaming, and we could get them the help that they deserve it will allow them to talk to somebody about how they're feeling and they can realize that it's something that that they can they can talk to someone about and they can get the help that they need for it not necessarily that the test would be medicine, but just like counselor help 'cause I I went through it. I didn't know was happening. And then like once I got to high school..

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"younger age" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Actually human being who may. Have kids are or the share the save favorite song. You do loved the drive, the same car or whatever that happens to be. And and once we kind of get that, we're just, you know, all doing the best we can. To try to raise our families and do whatever we're doing. We realized how much we have in common than hopefully that can open dialogue to in. And I wanna learn just from a, you know, there are people who, you know. Obviously we disagree maybe on certain issues, whether it's politics, whatever happens to be, but I think trying to understand it from a, you know, they grew up in a certain circumstances which emit certain people are head certain experiences which shaped how they see the world. And to understand that, I think is extremely powerful as opposed to just, you know, dismissing points of view that we don't really understand where they came from, and I think we just need to do a better job that hopefully we can do a better job of teaching our kids to engage in those conversations at a younger age where it's about learning, not about judging. So. Okay. Let me ask you. Let me ask you about as we kind of wind in here a about history as a as a as a classics. Years ago, I read a book by a gentleman named Jeremy Rifkin, call time wars, and in it he made an observation, and this was at the advent of the digital watch and I'm old enough to remember, you know, was the red LED and his observation was that the analog you can see the past, you can see the future. But when we look at our digital watches right now, it's always now now now. And I'm wondering from your perspective, as is a person who studied this and the place of history, and we're all parents, Leone our grandparents, and for me, legacy and significance is is a huge thing. I'm just at that phase of my life. So history matters the lessons of history matter. I don't know your thoughts. Yeah, I think it's more important now than ever because an enema. I'm actually looking at a bookshelf just across the way here this book by. By Seymour Hersh called cultural literacy as basically about all the things that are part of common knowledge, things that we should know. And again, thinking back to three networks growing up in a. I've got peers that I can, you know, be having a beer with or beyond the phone was, and we can reminisce about the cartoons that we watched on Saturday morning. Well, you know what? My kids don't watch cartoons on Saturday morning. What do they do? They watch YouTube right? And to them, there's going to be no sense of shared experience with their peers as forward because they're all watching whatever youtuber is appropriate. And there may be, you know, the the superstar youtuber that everybody knows about, but everybody's got their own set of programming goes. It goes to adults, too. I mean, when you think that the last episode of match on one hundred six million people watching it, you'll never in a million years..

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"younger age" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"To that and i don't know that that assumption is really being challenged at that younger age when we're teaching children about sex giving them sex education we're not really challenging that idea that consent has to be some sort of a boring roadblock in kind of your your path of sexual exploration when important factor con be simple as you know saying to a partner you know kinda took you there can i do this do that doesn't have to be all stop on us i know of course so what you what we're growing up with now is a generation of people who have smartphones have access to the internet on such consume pornography on other sexual information at an earlier age completely unsupervised on the other hand we have a sex education curriculum which hasn't really caught up with the times on still just presents consent this basic if someone says no no means no it doesn't really discuss that consent can be as you know not necessarily screaming and shouting no but it could be being frozen fear it could be simply not responding enthusiastically and that it's you know it's a conversation i think because of that when we have these conversations these me conversations these conversations about these watts messages in some people it has to be prompting a self examination of behavior on perhaps a worried that they themselves have straight across that line in the past and maybe a fear or unwillingness to accept that which i get that it's not easy to look back at your own pasta and think oh my god i was an athlete dope you know that time or even to look back at your pass and think oh my god i really actually i pushed someone into something that they didn't want to do and that was wrong that's that's a hard thing to do to look at yourself to look at things that you've done onto say you know what that was that was wrong i shouldn't have done that i absolutely should not have done that because these conversations sometimes prompt those examinations i guess people are a bit reaction.

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"younger age" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Cult to deal with at a at a younger age and i think that that was an opportunity missed because what this series really excels that is taking on really heavy deep hard subject matter and approaching it head on and saying we're going to talk about this and we're just gonna go for it and they kind of had the opportunity to go after the element of grief that that appears throughout all of the episodes of life strange both the original season and before the storm and really explore it further and they didn't and that was you know i think amiss i think they should have yeah no i completely agree under yeah and so i didn't want to be dismissive before i do think like you said yeah it's a heavy thing to process as max's said she also is there all of this time like so she was very clearly close to this father as well too close father as well so it's like it's off is she also grieving she's losing her friend like there's a lot of stuff that's going on with her i wish i guess they just showed more of that and explain it i guess maybe figure you'll figure it out on your own but i think it would have been nice to see yeah that teenage angst isn't real especially gone through something so tragic that most adults don't even know how to handle let alone just being a teenager and trained to process all of that i did like how he got to see a little bit more of william we didn't see him physically but we did get to some of his antics you know there is personally yeah when you're in joyce in williams room there's a flyer something in there about early childhood education and william had made a note on there and he's like if you really want to do this will make it happen so you know that joyous and i don't know if this was touched on later games but joyce wanted to be an early childhood teacher so they have like peter plan and williams support you one hundred percent also when you find the time capsule and he does his little pirate voice and he's like i you know your stuff was basically.

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"younger age" Discussed on Healthcare Triage Podcast

Healthcare Triage Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Healthcare Triage Podcast

"The way up tailed? There are different diseases for every age that puts you in the intensive care unit. You know from pediatrics that people may start to life on life support. They get born too early or have a longer heart issue. I see in the younger age tends to be people who are come in with either trauma or some congenital illness that now they survived into adulthood or the big water infections influenza. This is where we're seeing a lot of our younger people and some years, it's less than some years. It's more this year. We seem to be seen more younger people again by younger. I mean. Younger than forty chirp people who have kidney failure for variety of reasons. Those tend to be middle aged say thirty to the sixty as that even middle aged. I don't know anymore. That's I think probably I mean, I think most people say forty to sixty and then the elderly because as we get older we get easier to get infections and other heart disease and kidney disease and lung disease in eventually we all pass away by gripe. So are most of them like emergency situations, or they just sort of disease that has gotten worse and worse and worse and than people get into the ICU. So I'm gonna make a comment that I always like to say in that is when people die. It's always quick. So when they come in to see me, it's usually an emergent situation. They may have had a chronic illness for years, and eventually it just has gotten bad enough that all the sudden the kind of fall. Off the cliff so to speak or they.

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"younger age" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Did you take it like i ain't never i just i think i watched it maybe showers you know i was playing sports and you know showering but i just was you're not the quaff right just do whatever works for your hair like you you should try it out but if i did that i feel like i would look real greasy i was also told at the end of a shower use switch to cold water because it closes the pores in your hair follicles really yeah this girl curly hair was giving me advice about and like curly hair have read novels worth of literature on like i would do with the head definitely no muslim as so anything that was like oh i've been doing it wrong yeah my entire life what is something you think is underrated social skills underrated there are so many okay we're all inherently sort of awkward but there's this people like why do we not have social skills training in classrooms will one teachers not are not always well equipped socially themselves but i feel like if we taught general social skills also cultural sensitivity within classrooms at a younger age we would not have the same sort of racial issues going on today or just like just do they teach i mean q give an example one one specific one okay well i'll give you an example of something that happened recently i've been away i'm a stand up comedian but i'm here for acting stuff which is very unique to la and we all this lady in my in my class white lady older lady very sweet.

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"younger age" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Did you take it like i ain't never i just i think i watched it maybe showers you know i was playing sports and you know showering but i just was you're not the quaff right just do whatever works for your hair like you you should try it out but if i did that i feel like i would look real greasy i was also told at the end of a shower use switch to cold water because it closes the pores in your hair follicles really yeah this girl curly hair was giving me advice about and like curly hair have read novels worth of literature on like i would do with the head definitely no muslim as so anything that was like oh i've been doing it wrong yeah my entire life what is something you think is underrated social skills underrated there are so many okay we're all inherently sort of awkward but there's this people like why do we not have social skills training in classrooms will one teachers not are not always well equipped socially themselves but i feel like if we taught general social skills also cultural sensitivity within classrooms at a younger age we would not have the same sort of racial issues going on today or just like just do they teach i mean q give an example one one specific one okay well i'll give you an example of something that happened recently i've been away i'm a stand up comedian but i'm here for acting stuff which is very unique to la and we all this lady in my in my class white lady older lady very sweet.

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"younger age" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The can't do that in their own country i mean not the shooting part but they can't pickup pick up a gun and take it to arrange or use it to go hunting with or anything that's fair you think that's fair and on their lives on the line by picking up a gun but you can't you can't do that at home i don't know doesn't say that doesn't seem fair to me if i think as they want to serve their country they go into it knowing that they're going to get the proper training and these young kids are gonna get the training and have the maturity level as a result of being in the men in the military you know you you know limit when they come out you know maybe they're even be anything if you served in the military for this many years then you've earned the right perhaps to purchase a gun at a younger age but if you're just coming straight at a hey school you've never taken a class you've never shot a gun you want to go by a gun just to have a gun i think there's a difference sure thanks tania ice there's no doubt the military training i think helps mature people and and you become may be more respectful i mean the kind of breaking down in the military and then build you back up again afterwards so you know there's something to be set for that but i don't know just that seems and so that's a tough road to cross and they're not going to do it anyway they're not going to raise the age twenty one i don't think it's probably just not going to happen but if you own a gun right now and you want to shoot at safely you want to become proficient with your gun there is a fantastic way for you to do that privately and in the comfort and convenience of your own home hard to believe well wait a minute shoot my gun in my own home yes and without animal just utilizing your cell phone with a proprietary app that uses a laser in place of the bullet and it detects exactly where he.

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"younger age" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"Four pregnancy we consider you advance maternal age of which is socially it 35 okay you're not old you're 35 what we've noticed an increase in in what the research it's still being research is an increase in possible genetic mutations i'm so when you're born you're born with your eggs they don't just like replenish you're born with your store and that's it so as you kind of get older they're the same age that you are so the genetic material if you're going to want to have a baby at 40s forty has a higher risk of mutating than someone at a younger age a lot of the genetic mutations happened spontaneously so regardless of age it can still happen there's a lot of chatter about oh well if you had 35 your kids definitely a have a genetic mutation no that's not necessarily the truth if you have a family history of dna genetic mutations if you're her husband does like following that is more important really than hearing camp 35 i have to have a baby right now because it's so it's near saying like maybe there's an increase but it's not like if you have a baby on your thirty six thursday or whatever crank is for sure going to happen right because it could happen before and it could happen after it and it could not happened before and it could not have enough i mean we've had young couples that have had genetic mutation set in their early twenties you who it just happens that way yeah the genetic material is older at thirty five in its a beyond it and so the thought is is at the older material has a higher chance of mutating.

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"younger age" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"At this younger age and what i think a lot of the coaches erhtan their kids what to do which is basically um kick well you put our too fast kids of firm everyone back there is is kicking up and we're just trying set up these oneonone situations with their kids there's no possession there's no artistry there is no anything it's just basically like don't score don't get scored on and create some kick ball situations we i did i do pair corner with sao on monday's we've done our football podcasts and i did a whole pear corner we lasts through a tiebreaker knit tournament because lease goals allowed counted more than goals scored and i was like and we had scored three given up three but we didn't advance because the teams behind us said scored two and given up to and i was like that's what's wrong with our country rate is that we value lease skulls allowed over goalscorer grassy encouraging people not to get scored on is is more important than scoring and like let's start there that's just stupid that is but how do we get creativity and how do we had we change this mentality of just kicked ball kicked bucket bottom gets gorda well that's a great question for small because i think that's that as i've heard this a lot not the kick all piece of it but tom style like what is our style and we don't have a style we i'd say we d i i ruth that i don't think we have a sound one side we have more of a style and it more but i think it's more athleticism on the women's side than it is necessarily technical.

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"younger age" Discussed on The Hustle Show: Entrepreneurs with No Filter

The Hustle Show: Entrepreneurs with No Filter

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on The Hustle Show: Entrepreneurs with No Filter

"So it starts with three different gentleman that walks into my life and i was at a either younger age than i am right now i just started 22 and you're catching me on a a rare bearded day his i saw you before who's got on the call i've normally 'em cleanshaven but i when i was fifteen i started my first business and i made every single business mistake you can take us and so this is where the first of the two out of three gentleman come into play that i was telling you about my biggest mistake that i made was poor mentors selection and so above not having enough capital above not knowing may competition above all the other mistakes that i made with this first company having a really poor negative mentor was the first mistake i made uh and it was actually learning for about for about six months from a guy why eventually found out had served time in prison for securities fraud on wall street allegheny have overseen the wolf of wall street yeah green so very very similar type of crime very similar type of lifestyle before the crime had been caught or sort of proven guilty and i didn't know that this guy had had this sort of background instead i went in basically hung out with him every single day for about six months sort of using his input to drive how i was growing my business and when i found that out you i i realize that if i wanted to be an entrepreneur longterm if i wanted to be successful in business i needed surround myself for the light.

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"younger age" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"younger age" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"You know that like when he was an only child went through puberty hard and fast and um we went to separate high schools he went to publish won't to private school but whatever was at that period of time we just came together with very varying different circumstances about our allies and just connected and then have gone back off and then come back to create this thing in and connected again and i think that i just think we're like an amalgam of our experiences but but but the genetic of physical maturation of a person is like the girl who pants to me uh and also said she may be wanted to give me a blow job was also the first girl to get boobs um and so i think she was probably like sexual eyes at a much younger age two two because all of a sudden she became a physical object to men her hormone monster pants do yes that's yeah i got to blame her hormone mafia velvet that now the that's the brilliant part of the show i think like did you feel when you hit upon the idea of these manifestations of this thing happening that you really had something was sort of a big moment when it was like oh there should be a hormone sir and it's called roo monser immediately became mike and immediately made it be like this is why this should be an animated show yeah i i i think it's great yeah i think it's just just great and i'm i'm i'm disturbed and entertained that's all i can ask for commuters that has our polko yeah and then oster and entertain.

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