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Dallas officer arrested on 2 murder charges

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 14 hrs ago

Dallas officer arrested on 2 murder charges

"Dallas tonight. Police officer arrested and charged with two counts of capital murder officer Brian Riser, a 13 year veteran of the department, was arrested in connection with two murders that occurred in 2017 chief Eddie Garcia says that a man came forward, saying riser had directed him to kill 31 year old Lisa signs then ordered to do the same to a man named Aubrey Douglas. According to witnesses. He was also kidnapped and murdered. Unfortunately, his body was never recovered. In May, 2017 riser was arrested after being accused of misdemeanor assault, family violence causing bodily injury. The investigation into the murders continues. Austin York for CBS

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Fresh update on "aubrey" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

07:39 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aubrey" discussed on All Things Considered

"Anxious for more freedom. Seeing loved ones traveling going out to dinner. Yes, please. But given that only about 20% of the adult population in the U. S has been vaccinated so far, infectious disease experts say it is still important to be cautious. So What is it safe to do after vaccination? NPR's Allison Aubrey is here to tell us Alison Hey, Mary Louise. Let me start with the thing I I personally and most turning to do, which is travel from the world. See people of here's a scenario top of mind for I know so many people. Say your parents or your grand parents are now fully vaccinated. Is it safe to go visit? You know, the risk really depends on whether you've been vaccinated, too. I mean, for months now, infectious disease experts have been telling me they would not personally take the risk of traveling to see elderly relatives. But as more people get vaccinated, this, fortunately is changing. I spoke to Judy Guzman Cottrill. She's an infectious disease doctor at Oregon Health and Science University. She is now fully vaccinated and has planned a trip. My elderly parents live in the Midwest and I live in Oregon, and they've they've received their their first dose of vaccine. And I've already booked my ticket to visit them in April. It'll be a few weeks after their second dose, and I can't wait to hug them. Lots of people are waiting for those hugs, you know, But she says she will continue to take precautions. During this trip. She will wear a mask. She will avoid crowds. Wash hands and play it safe. All right, But let me stop you here, Alison, because just two She's vaccinated. Her parents are vaccinated. Why does she still need to take all those precautions? You know, it's a point of frustration, even confusion from any but this is the bottom line. It is very clear that once you've been vaccinated with any of the three vaccines authorized in the U. S, you are very well protected against illness, especially serious illness from Cove. It But what has been less clear is whether people who are vaccinated could get exposed, infected and perhaps transmit the virus. We've been in a holding pattern for a while, as the data have come in, and there's not a conclusive answer yet. But I did speak to infectious disease Epidemiologist saw Omar at Yale University about this, he says, Theory risk appears to be quite low. More information is coming in, for instance, from Israel, where more than half the population has received a vaccine. I think things are changing, and I do believe we have increasing, directing and Indirect evidence that suggests that there is substantial protection against getting infected and transmitted. That's encouraging. So it's encouraging. But not yet conclusive. Officials at the CDC are actually mulling over now. How best to gradually relax restrictions, and it seems the place they may likely start is to signal that small groups of vaccinated people. Congrats er. The term the CDC director Wolinsky has used on this program yesterday is Baby steps, It will be gradual. Let's talk about all the people who have not been vaccinated yet, which is most of us Can we go visit? Grandma and Grandpa are others who have been vaccinated. You know, the risk is not zero. But Dr Zeke Emanuel of University of Pennsylvania, says there are things you conduce to limit to reduce the risks, he says timing is important. Wait two weeks after your your loved ones have received their second dose or in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. They're single dose, Then the ideal scenario is short. Frequent visits. Keep a good mask on and make sure it fits. Well. I prefer the N 95. Do the visit outdoors, if possible, and their spring is coming, and it's going to be a lot easier to do that go walk in the park, and if you're going to have a meal together, the meal should be outdoors and with good distancing because you're gonna have the mask off while you're eating a manual says. For now, Bottom line, it's best to err on the side of caution a few months from now, when a larger share of the country's vaccinated hopefully the virus isn't circulating his widely all of this guidance will continue to evolve. Cannot wait. That is NPR's Allison. Aubrey. Thanks, Alison. Thank you very much. Mary Louise. In March of last year, a group called the Reclaim Ear's Brokenness, um empty homes in Los Angeles and occupied them. The houses were owned by California's transportation agency, which had bought them to make way for a freeway extension. But Caltrans never built that extension. Some of the homes had been empty for decades. Remarkably, the state let Rick Lamers stay others who were inspired by the reclaim ear's haven't been so lucky. Cardiff, Garcia and Robin, You're a bitch from our podcast. The indicator from Planet money bring us the story of one of those people. The story starts with Sasha Atkins, she said. 31 year old single mom, she's a hairstylist who before the pandemic, had a second job serving food at sports stadiums. But when covert hit, she lost both of her jobs and her housing options along with her job's Sasha was facing the prospect of having to live on this street. She was Desperate and so as a result, she did something extremely risky, something illegal, but also something that an increasing number of people around the country are doing to put a roof over their heads. No one wants to break into a home and have to reclaim our home. The night before Thanksgiving, Sasha left her son with her mom grabbed her phone, blankets and a laptop. Along with a dozen other families. She went to the El Sereno neighborhood in northeast L. A. Where there was a cluster of more than 100 vacant Caltrans homes, the group waiting quietly, but not in secret. That group outside near the homes would be locked, so they brought lock picking kids along. Sasha learned how to use hers online. YouTube is into me, okay? Yeah, It was actually really easy. Scared the easy, you know, so she had never done anything like this before, So there was a scary experience. Later that night, when officers from the California Highway Patrol the CHP arrived on a nearby street things got even more frightening. Aren't watching Instagram live in and I was just watching how the thief we were coming into the homes and, you know Forcibly removing people. That was scary. I just moved. I do not want that to be me. Eventually, officers did come to the house she had occupied and another group of re claimers helped to hide her. But it was just clear to Sasha that this was not going to be a replay of the reclaim his victory of seven months earlier. I'm sorry you can't get it was just it was a really crappy feeling. There are vacant properties private and stayed on all over the US that could be used to house families like Sasha's politics, legal issues bureaucratic inertia. Have all made it hard to read, develop or sell them. But there are officials in some urban areas that are stricken by homelessness, who are increasingly willing to consider some newer, innovative solutions to the housing crisis. And so one of these innovative ideas that's gotten some traction is twofold. Vacant government owned dwellings into something called a community Land Trust. Once Holmes Aaron, the trust they could be developed for affordable housing. But Sasha's still searching for permanent housing for her and her son, she's still in touch with the re claimers who are keeping the pressure on elected officials. They're hoping to convince these officials to include those Caltrans houses in El Sereno in a land trust. And if they do decide this stage another takeover. I'm ready for them to let me know. Okay, let's do this. Robin, You're a bitch card, of course. Shia NPR news..

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Johnson & Johnson rolls out single-dose COVID-19 vaccine

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

Johnson & Johnson rolls out single-dose COVID-19 vaccine

"Four million doses of a new vaccine for the Corona virus or shipping out across the West. Today, the single dose shots developed by Johnson and Johnson received the green light from the FDA Saturday. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports with the third covert vaccine in the U. S demand still exceeds the current supply. Nearly four million doses of the one Does Johnson and Johnson vaccine are ready and will be allocated to states and local jurisdictions. Some doses will go directly to retail pharmacies, mass vaccination sites and to federally qualified health centers and could make it into arms this week. So far about 20% of the adult population in the U. S. Has received at least one shot and 25 million people have received both doses. But many more who are eligible are still waiting. More mega sites at stadiums and civic centers are set to open and supplies are expected to expand in the coming weeks. Johnson and Johnson is expected to deliver 100 million doses by June.

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California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

The KFBK Morning News

03:10 min | Last week

California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

"In anti Asian hate crimes is prompting state lawmakers to stand together in solidarity and take action. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino has more on new bills being introduced to combat this situation. Aubrey tell us what state lawmakers are doing. To address this. We've seen the video, and it is so disturbing these hate crimes against Asian Americans in the state to many of whom are elderly. Ah package of bills has been introduced by the Asian Pacific Legislative Caucus this month to address hate crimes here in the state. San Francisco Assembly member David Chu is co author of a B 5 57, which would require the Department of Justice to create a statewide hotline for reporting hate crimes. And he says this week's $1.4 million carved out in the state's budget to track the hate surge is also progress. We had a resolution of the sword this past week around condemning the anti Asian hate and we had colleagues representing every straight and diversity of our state, who spoke up as Black. Let necks LGBT female Jewish colleagues to say this is unacceptable. And if you're coming for any buster coming for all of us Hsu explains that money will help to study and documents in a phobia and hate crimes against Asian Americans made the pandemic through the initiative. Stop a P I hate, which is recently documented nearly 3000 incidents of anti Asian discrimination and did the pandemic. So Aubrey, you know, Kristina just talked about how many of us have seen these videos and how disturbing it is. But you know, the question becomes when you see something like this online or you watch your newscast. You wonder? OK, Is this an isolated incident or how prevalent is it and I'm just kind of curious. What did you find out? I asked Assembly member to about that, given the large and diverse population of Asian and Asian American groups here in the Bay Area and the Greater Sacramento region, and he admits it's been shocking. There are incidents being reported all over the country, but data suggests California leads with more than 40% of all anti Asian hate crimes happening here. And he suspects most are in and around the Bay Area, despite all of the strides that we have made is a community that we're seeing so many manifestations of continued discrimination and hate and racism. Manifested in all sorts of ways from name calling and slurs to vandalism, discrimination in retail environment, physical assault and Some instances, murder Q says he is deeply disturbed by the recent murder of an elderly Thai man in his district and beliefs. Officials need to address the uptick in violence to make sure these incidents don't continue and that those responsible are brought to justice. All right, Aubrey, thank you very much. We appreciate that. Well, I know that in the Bay Area, there are groups now offering escort to an elderly specifically, specifically elderly Asian community members not to, you know diminish the importance of this legislation because it is highly important, but you also need to see Changing the way people think. Right? You know, there needs to be a transformation. Absolutely. Yeah, But in the meantime, those folks need to be protected for sure. For sure. 5 50 is the

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Storm, power outages impact vaccine distribution

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Storm, power outages impact vaccine distribution

"From NPR news. I'm Jack Spear about 1.7 million vaccine shots or big administered every day in the U. S. As NPR's Allison Aubrey explains, there may be a temporary reductions in some areas due to weather and power outages as winter storms have disrupted vaccinations in several states, including Missouri and Texas. Biden administration officials say governors may extend hours when sites reopened to keep vaccinations on track with more than 55 million doses administered. Dr Anthony Fauci says the vaccines will not only protect the people who received the shots but also help slow the spread over all when your turn to get vaccinated comes up. Get vaccinated. It's not only good for you, it will have a very important impact on the dynamics of the outbreak found, she says. It's also

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‘Nonessential’ California small businesses struggle amid changing rules for staying open in the pandemic

The KFBK Morning News

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

‘Nonessential’ California small businesses struggle amid changing rules for staying open in the pandemic

"This morning on California lawmakers to allow restaurant owners to open up indoor dining Cape because Aubrey Aquino has more on the story, countless small businesses and restaurants in the capital region have taken necessary measures to survive the past 11 months of the pandemic. Now John Cabot check of the National Federation of Independent Business is calling for lawmakers. Give these owners and even better lifeline by allowing them to open up indoors. Ah, lot of this pandemic is happening at home and in other settings and not in the small business, But more importantly, that small business owners are taking those measures to abide by the right rules to keep our customers and their workers safe. Capita credits factors like P P p dollars the vaccine and the pure grit of owners for helping keep businesses afloat in the pandemic. They're still many small businesses who are facing permanent shutdowns. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 Kiss became Kristina Aubrey

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Mask mandates can work, CDC researchers say

Ask Me Another

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mask mandates can work, CDC researchers say

"The CDC has released a new study that finds statewide mask mandates are linked to a decline in covert hospitalizations. NPR's Allison Aubrey has that story. Researchers evaluated data from hospitals and states that had masking mandates between March and October of last year. They found three weeks after a mandate had been implemented. Hospital growth rates declined nearly 6%. During a White House press conference, Dr Anthony Fauci says it's critical for people to continue masking to prevent more contagious strains from emerging viruses will not evolve and mutate. If you do not give them an open playing field to replicate, so found, she says. It's important to double down on masking. It will still be many months before everyone can be vaccinated. Allison

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California Lawmakers Propose Legislation to Reopen Theme Parks More Quickly

The KFBK Morning News

00:47 sec | Last month

California Lawmakers Propose Legislation to Reopen Theme Parks More Quickly

"Has been introduced at the state capital to open California theme parks gave because Aubrey Aquino has more now on the assembly bill. Before 20 would place all of California's theme parks and orange moderate Tier three Under the state's covert 19 industry guidance for reopening Assemblywoman sharing court. Silva is one of the lawmakers throwing strong support behind that bill. We also know that through tourism, our entertainment industry has just been devastated over a million and a half jobs lost in in my particular district. Which hosts not very farm and Disneyland. We have over 20,000 employees that are home This every woman also says we've seen theme parks and other parts of the country responsibly reopened. So it's time to get a plan in place for California to recover and reopen to

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Colleen Aubrey On Amazons Huge 2020 And What It Has Planned For 2021

AdExchanger Talks

08:39 min | Last month

Colleen Aubrey On Amazons Huge 2020 And What It Has Planned For 2021

"My guest today is calling. Aubrey the vp of performance advertising at amazon. Who has been a mainstay at industry preview. Now while colleen's title focuses on performance. Her purview goes well beyond that. I think a lot of our previous conversations focused on the branding side of things and it's always a big year for amazon and advertise advertising. Twenty twenty was big in particular. It was on advertising reported. I believe a fifty one percent year over year surge in its last earnings called and booted in great part of by e commerce. So of two thousand twenty was huge for amazon. What does twenty twenty one bring will calling is here to tell us all about that calling great to have you on again. Thank you mine. It's great to be here so you know. Obviously we've all been endorsed for the last thousand million years in that. Interim heavier picked up any any new hobbies new ways of passing the time yes to be honest. Twenty twenty is not going to go down as my favorite year while in the first few months it was a little bit novel working from home experimented with a bunch of new things to take advantage of the opportunity so we don't example as we did a bunch of virtual dinner parties and so we had different cuisine types and then was like shopping. I'll challenge but really the end of the day. i do. Miss the variety of life. Before the coronavirus and i really miss the less structured creative process of sort of working with people in the office having said that I reflected actually on twenty twenty one. I returned to work on the full. January and amazon's cultures really grounded invention and focused on our customers. And i was. I realized how incredible it has been the ways that we found new in creative ways to work together. And i think i'm very proud of the work that my team did we scrambled we adapted and we kept building and we also Cya different that. I think we spent more time looking out for each other up. More time recognizing the difficulties. And i think we became more flexible and then for me personally had develop new ways of engaging with people and be willing to share a little bit more of a puzzle experience and encourage people to take care of themselves. So you're from visual happy. Hours to all hands to community in employee. Donations match programs We worked really hard to be safe and civil customers each other and the communities. We work in the in the past when you and i talk in person. Remember those days You know you always have a lot to say you always have a lot to say about you know new products. That amazon is building the way you guys are kind of increasing the capabilities within amazon advertising. obviously twenty twenty was was a year of tremendous change. There was a huge surge ecommerce companies. That might not have been familiar with ecommerce. Suddenly in it So how did that impact you know your roadmap in two thousand twenty and how does all that activity from twenty twenty impact impact. Would you guys planned to do. Twenty twenty one. Yeah there's questions. I think the first thing was that we realized very early in twenty twenty that it was even more important for us to keep inventing and keep delivering new features and capabilities advertises. You know we. We know that brands are facing a myriad of new challenges and uncertainty. And said you know the the impetus asta keep delivering became even greater because we need to give brands the products and features to be able to adapt and create maximum value from their advertising investments. And that also includes empowering the partners which agencies in tool providers they work with to help them to adapt to this set of very rapidly changing landscape and increase their efficiency by eliminating eliminating some of the more transactional pots of of managing ad campaigns. So i know you can't probably detail your entire twenty twenty one roadmap few free to if you if you want to but can you give us a hint of how you know how specifically things might have might be changing for amazon advertising this year. Well this year. I guess is really a- a case of sort of building on what i think of being pretty significant of focus in twenty twenty And so for advertising specifically we continue to improve the programs and services we have available full partners and these partners airport supporting now sellers who continue to be a big focus for us a vendors and our office and i think twenty twenty was a breakout year in terms of the pace of wanting features to our api and as such getting hat into the hands upon us and into the hands allow advertisers to adaptor that shifting environment in customer needs so as an example we launched four times as many features to our advertising. Api in twenty twenty twenty nineteen and we made progress moving beyond campaign creation management to address content marketing so we won't post than amazon attribution emission product to the api we also launch Api's for product eligibility keyword translation content moderation invoicing and manager account operations. So you know despite working virtually i think we we found ways to accelerate out delivery of features we found ways to work more closely partners and across the full funnel said advertising products. And i think that will drive out. Twenty twenty a roadmap his ford. We've also seen like a new categories of companies jumping into all nine retail due to the due to the pandemic has that has has has amazon advertising had to change or rethink those features in order to accommodate some of those e commerce newbies. Well i can't really speak to the broader category chen's but i can say that your small and medium-sized businesses. Continue to make over. Fifty percent of all units sold in amazon stores and in fact during the past holiday season small medium sized businesses in the us so nearly a billion bucks in our stores and we continue to invest heavily in supporting these businesses so amazon teams launch more than two hundred eighty tools and services to help as i last year. And i think this continues to be a priority as the before do those. Those small medium sized businesses interact differently with amazon versus like the the big corporations you think about what's essential to To a business. There's there's a lot that is that is common And so you know that sort of foams the basis of where we start like. What is the common advertiser will business need. And then of course you have variants in the way that this needs sort of as you get into more of the specific challenges that each segment of customers that we have will be will be working to address. But i think there's some common pieces that are really important regardless you want You wanna be too operate efficiently. And this is i think we're focused on. The api partners in and that group of of businesses will serve on the very wide range of sellers vendors and authors from the quite small to very large on markets. And so you that way. By focusing on that it's a way for us to actually enable everyone to have full access to a feature said to to operate Efficiently and to operate in a way that suits their business whether they using the advertising council or whether they're working with experts on that help them drive growth of the

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US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

Morning Edition

04:43 min | Last month

US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

"More more than than 3000 3000 people people dying dying from from Corona Corona virus virus every every day day here here in in this this country. country. There There is is a a sign sign of progress. Though the number of new cases is declining significantly, vaccines are the key to making sure that trend continues. But getting the vaccines where they need to go has been problematic. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us now. Hi, Allison. Good morning, Rachel. All right. We're gonna start with some numbers about 22 million shots have been given which is good. That's about half of the total doses that have been distributed across the country, though. So you've got 20 million other doses available. And yet some cities in hospitals say they're running out of the vaccine. How is this disconnect? Explain this, right? Okay, so I know it sounds counterintuitive, but they're actually two things happening at once. Right? Okay. So manufacturing is accelerating. Visor and Madonna have distributed more than 40 million doses around the country to every county, every state. But many more people are now eligible to get the shot at a time when states are just figuring out logistically Rachel how to scale this up, and that's creating a bottleneck. I mean, some places they're doing better than others. I spoke to Dr Mark Boom, he's CEO of Houston Methodist, part of the colossal Texas Medical Center system. Now they're using doses as fast as they can receive them. But it's not enough. Each week. We run out waiting for our next shipment. It's really a supply constraints issue. We coordinate across our city's about doing this as quickly as possible. So we're confident we can do this. As a community. It's just a matter of getting more supplied more quickly. Yeah. So at this moment, the vaccines are still think of them as a scarce resource, and that creates anxiety. It creates confusion right and this helps account for all these stories. We're hearing about people who get an appointment to get the vaccine, and then they get a phone call or an email saying your appointment's been canceled or postponed. So, I mean, can the vaccine makers just produce market they produce enough to help meet the demand and the Biden administration's goal of 100 million doses in 100 days? Well, you know, administration officials think so and look to be fair, even as the new administration came in last week about a million doses a day were already being administered, which is what's needed to meet that goal if we stay on track, but there are now lots of head winds to keep this going, White House Chief Chief of Staff Ron Clean said on NBC yesterday. There are multiple challenges. It's a very complex process that needs help on all fronts. We need more vaccine. We need more vaccinate whores. We need more vaccination sites. So he's saying there's a lot of challenges there, including the need to produce more vaccines, huh? That's right. We got to go back to that. I mean Fizer of modern it need to deliver millions of more doses per week. Rachel to stay on track, and this is tricky. These companies have to scale up factory capacity deal with supply chain issues. And remember this is brand new. It's the first time I am already technology has been used at this massive scale. I spoke to Dr Josh Sharfstein of Johns Hopkins University. He's been being considered for the top posted the FDA, he says. Given how complicated this is the urgency, Majorino, Fizer and other companies may need help, including maybe the use of the Defense production act to boost shortfalls. Just hoping that the company's alone will come through may not be enough. And so one of the key aspects of the Biden plan is to roll up the government sleeves and say, How can we make sure you have the supplies? You need the machines you need and potentially even expand your production capacity. So big picture here, Rachel, this is going to take some time. Many months. I mean, another potential challenge occurs to me. What about folks who've gotten their first dose? Right? This is a two does vaccine So they've gotten the first shot. But what if they can't get the second shot on time? Is that okay? What? Mm. The CDC says the second dose should be administered as close to the recommended intervals possible, which is three weeks for the fire, Sir vaccine four weeks for the Madonna vaccine. However, if this isn't feasible, that agency says the second dose can be delayed administered up to 42 days after the first toast. I spoke to physician Gabe Kelen at Johns Hopkins University about this. He's overseeing the vaccine distribution there at the university. So in their preliminary studies, you know when they looked at what is the shortest reasonable time to give a booster turned out to be three weeks and four weeks? That doesn't mean giving the booster at six weeks isn't justice affected for longer term? Community. You know, he says there is limited data here, so no one knows exactly how long this gonna extend out. But it makes good sense that there's legal room here.

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When Could Normal Travel Resume

AFF on AIR Podcast

04:21 min | Last month

When Could Normal Travel Resume

"Fifty two of af on and the first episode for two thousand and twenty one. It's saturday the twenty third of january. Happy new year firstly. And i hope you had a nice break over the christmas holiday period when i recorded the lost episode on the twelfth of december two thousand and twenty things looking really good in australia there was just one state border closed. It was judiciary put on christmas day and that border from south australia westminster. We did infact to reopen on schedule but sadly we own i things otherwise. Didn't quite go to plan. They was Nineteen outbreak in sydney's northern beaches. Shortly after that last episode went to air and there were also small outbreaks in melbourne brisbane. Over the summer which have caused havoc with state border restrictions. The holidays so where are we now will later in the episode. We'll look in more detail at the current state border restrictions and also coming up. We'll discuss when international borders might be able to reopen and win. Travel might be able to return to normal as well as the plight of trillions currently trying to get home and yes. You've probably noticed that the podcast does have a new intro believe it or not af on a recently celebrated its second birthday so we decided it would be a good time to freshen up things be with some new music and also a new podcast artwork which he might see if you're listening to this episode on a podcast streaming service. The background image. By the way the police sky in the puffy white clouds is actually a photo that i took somewhere. In japan on japan airlines flight took care a couple of years ago. This is the first major change we have made since the very first episode was released in december. Two thousand eighteen so hope you like it and although the podcast might sound a little different now dowry we're not making any changes to the podcast format. Well as always. Let's begin this episode with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news and today there is more news to talk about than usual since it has been over a month since the last episode. Well let's start with an update on the qantas and virgin australia. Airport lounges quotas has now reopened thirty of its thirty five domestic. Airport lounges. Well virginis trulia has now reopened five of the seven lounges. Eight plans to reopen virgins lounges. And now back up and running in brisbane sydney melbourne the gold coast and perth one. Although virgin is currently only using the apple level of it sending lounge and in melbourne passengers being sent to what used to be agents. Vip club lounge. I visited the brisbane lounge a couple of times over the summer break and well it was nice to be back in the lounge and it was pretty quiet and social. Distancing was observed. Well unfortunately the catering was very limited. There was no hot food just a few basics like syria and muffins in the morning and they were sandwiches in the evening and despite the limited food virgin is also now banned lounge guests from bringing in outside food. But i'm pleased to say that the barista's station was opened. The coffee was excellent and beer and wine was also available after twelve pm unfortunately both corners and virgina now restricting lounge access on a rival so passages that have just come off a flight and neither a-line between full nick hamas of the change when they made them. Virgin australia has hasn't read the benefit for business costs flies. Platinum and goldman is indefinitely while qantas doesn't really seem to have a policy. Although many quotas platinum members who should be allowed to use the lounge off to they arrive at nation have reported that they were denied entry. Virgin australia has now updated their website but qantas has not meanwhile quotas has permanently closed all of its airport meeting rooms and it is permanently closing. Its valet parking services in brisbane and adelaide airport in some happy news. Qantas will launch flights on seven. New regional routes in early two thousand and twenty one and cl including two to new destinations qantas announced a raf of new regional routes late. Last year for melvin to newcastle marin bela mount gambia woke up and aubrey quavos. Top flats from sydney to griffith and from adelaide to mount gambia. The knee flights will be operated by cornices regional subsidiary qantas link the announcement enraged regional rival wrecks. Which currently has a monopoly on many of those routes prompting rex to complain once again to the triple c. Corrects which is about to start boeing. Seven three seven flights on qantas invasions lucrative golden triangle reads complains that quotas trying to force it out of its profitable. Regional routes

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10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers

Trivia With Budds

03:32 min | Last month

10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers

"Jake. Seven dollars trey songz hundred and fifty dollars and someone named Kill boy is fifty bucks so there you go a bunch of wrappers on cameo just wanted to lay it down with some prices before we get into today's episode. We're going to do that right now. Ten questions unreal names famous rappers. Let's get into it here. We go it is real names of rappers time. Here's question number. one. Sean carter number one. Who is a rapper. Aka. sean carter number one and number two belka lease almonds are belka lease almonds are number three. Aubrey graham. who is that number three aubrey. Graham question number four. Christopher wallis number four christopher wallace and number five naseer jones naseer jones number six on ika meraj number six on onondaga mirage. Rapper number seven austin post number. Seven austin post anna berate dwayne carter junior number eight. Dwayne carter junior followed by number. Nine william drayton junior number nine to juniors in a row number nine william drayton junior and your last one number ten chancellor bennett chancellor bennett. Those are all of your real names of rappers. Let's see if you could decode who they were with their stage names. In just a second we are back with the real names of rappers number. One sean carter was none other than jay z. Rapper and mogul jay z. Sean carter throwing the diamond up number two belka lease elman. Czar cardi b. is the translation there cardi b. number three. Aubrey graham is drake from canada number. Three drake number four. Christopher wallace r.i.p. The dettori is b. I g number. Four chris wallace notorious. B i g number five naseer jones took the first three letters that name became. Now's a ass now's number. Six mirage is pretty close to nikki. Manosh that sounds like Like how my mom would be like. Yeah i saw that nikki massage. But she would get all wrong and she'd say mirage number six number. Seven austin post is post malone who i read got his name from online rap name generator which would be very interesting. Austin post post malone number. Eight dwayne carter. Junior is wayne lil wayne and number nine william drayton. Junior is flavor flav

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US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

Morning Edition

01:31 min | Last month

US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

"Hopkins coronavirus Tally finds the United States just below 400,000 deaths as of this morning 400,000 debt that's like eliminating the entire population of New Orleans. The whole population of Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is roughly equivalent to every single person in Arlington, Texas, and close to every person in Minneapolis. We reached that number of 400,000 almost exactly one year after the first case of coronavirus. Was identified in the United States. NPR's Allison Aubrey has joined us live every Monday throughout the pandemic to talk things through Alison. Good morning. Once again. Good morning, Steve. I got to tell you is pretty hard when the numbers were a lot lower to imagine we would ever be at this point. You know, that's right. We went from the confirmation of the first case almost a year ago to the virus quickly spiraling out of control. Steve, You might remember this. I'm gonna play some archival tape from one of our segments early on. Something just happened to the document on the computer screen in front of me. Just a moment ago, it said There were 31,000 coronavirus cases confirmed in the United States and then in instant the number changed is our editor made it 35,000 coronavirus cases. And here we are a year later with about 24 million documenting it cases in the US around the globe 95 million cases and over two million people dead from the virus. Yeah, We looked forward to far lower numbers than we're at now and found them horrifying.

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California Minimum Wage Rises To $14 An Hour

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | Last month

California Minimum Wage Rises To $14 An Hour

"$14 an hour for businesses with 26 orm, or employees and $13 an hour for businesses with fewer than 25 Employees Cape Because Aubrey Aquino has the story, Sacramento Small business owners are feeling an even tighter squeeze with the minimum wage increase. Kicking in along with the new year. They say they knew this was coming. But the timing couldn't be worse. Most of us will be raising our prices because all of our vendors have already raised our prices. That's actually in my opinion hurt those that it's in that this minimum wage increases intended. Help Jamie Desmond Ison own Steamers Cafe, an old Sacramento and predicts she'll also have to cut back on employee hours and be more selective with future hires as a result of the new law. Aubrey Aquino News

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"aubrey" Discussed on Daily Grace

Daily Grace

07:09 min | 2 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Daily Grace

"What you're feeling in that moment feels really important like you need to express it and then another thing that i think is really helpful is having an accountability text group of people that you know. Maybe you've been struggling particularly with with one way that you lean towards simpler anger and so maybe it's an environment that you're going into whether work or A friend group or a hard situation. Maybe it's a specific person. Whatever it is you know having this people that you can in the moment just quickly techs. I'm really struggling right. Now to refrain from being sinful with my anger Can you pray for me or can you share some truth with me or something and i think to just hold us accountable to our emotions and holds us accountable to our responses. Because hopefully they'll ask. How did you end up responding for did you end up saying and then you can be held accountable for that and then some really simple ways the probably sound silly but you know taking a step away or going on a short walk really can just tell us out You know and again. Give us the opportunity to be slow to anger and to think about what we are tempted to give vent to And then if it's late go to sleep. If you're hungry gets on. The henry is a real thing. And you know even when you're tired and you're just exhausted you don't have the mental capacity to talk through what you even really feeling and you're saying things that could be hurtful that you may later. Think like what did i didn't just say but just remembering that we're weak and we we can't always power through in those moments even if we want to But just taking the time to to really exercise that slow to anger that god continuously reminds us to do and that it's loving to do that right to just pause and be like. Hey let me catch my breath on me processes for a minute. Like i'm gonna come back and and we're gonna work through this but it's loving to just pump those breaks absolutely and you know. I'm so glad that you actually mentioned like food and the sleep. These like physiological things. Even when you're talking about hormones earlier because i will say you didn't ask like a preventative measure. I find that on days when i get too busy and like skip breakfast. I find myself very quick to anger get very easily frustrated and you know. I don't think that we should use those things as an excuse while. I'm this angry because they didn't sleep enough. I didn't eat enough. But i think that it is a really healthy reminder that god created us to be dependent on him yeah and even dependent on him for nourishment and he gave us the good gift of rest and sleep and we need to be good stewards of that And that even if our anger is being caused by something like hunger or lack of sleep. Maybe there's a deeper issue that we are not honoring and respecting the good news. That god has given for us. Yeah so there can be deeper and other sin is there but seriously the power of a snack. That's like healthy fats. Team and like good complex carbs like it can make a world of difference and praise god for that. Even i would add having some kind of exercise routine really helps to kind of those emotions and helps helps your mood. And a way that you can be self controlled. So i think that just goes back to stewardship of our bodies and we're not saying that like oh the solution is just do all of these things. This this checklist because solution is spiritual but god has also made our bodies and we are called to be good stewards of all of it. Yeah that's good and so yeah. I think those are all really helpful. Like preventative measures. What to do in the moment but sometimes we mess up and we can feel a lot of guilt and shame and we have to ask ourselves. What do we do in those moments. We reacted in anger. We've yelled we've said something really hurtful. What do we do now. Well i. I'd say confess your sin to god. Nay even if your anger didn't make an outward appearance even if nobody else knows about the bitterness that you're harboring confess it to god because god has promised us that if we confess our sins he is faithful and just to forgive us into cleanses us of all unrighteousness so even if nobody else sees it god does and when we confess he actually sanctifies us. He helps us as we move forward. And then i would say if you need to apologize to someone. If there's someone that you've harmed do it apologize to whom ever you have reacted to whether that's your spouse if it's your friend even your kids and this one feels hard but i would almost say special your kids. It can feel hard to apologize to our kids for being angry because we don't want them to think that like that means that their behavior was. Okay i don't know if you've ever struggle with stephanie. But sometimes my child will do something wrong. And i'll lose my temper. And i'll yell and i'm like should i apologize. I want them to think it was ok to do that. Bad thing i do. I'm always asking for forgiveness. Yeah i don't get that way right and it's it's been. It's been helpful to see that. And whenever i do apologize to my daughter it's like i can just see her warm to me and she actually wants to then respect what she's supposed to do. Not because i got angry but because she saw that. I love her and i care for her and i want to treat her with grace Hey even if it's the cashier at the grocery store that you got short when they weren't taking your debit card that was coming back as not accepted or you know whatever it may be. I think it's worth even going back. And saying like hey. I'm really really sorry that i reacted to you. That way makes a world of difference not only for you but for them as well yeah And then i would also say to find somebody to talk to tell a friend a trusted christian friend who can like you ladies both said hold you. Accountable asked them to pray for you. Ask them to check in with you and see how it's been going so. I hope this conversation was helpful. I know it was for me and convicting for me In our show notes we're going to have aubrey's new study that she just wrote and it's such a beautiful job emotions and the heart That just released on january first. So we're all trying to get a hold of our emotions. Deal them in a healthy way in this new year. And i hope that you guys will check it out. You can always find those at daily grace podcast dot com and we look forward to talk with you next tuesday..

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"aubrey" Discussed on Daily Grace

Daily Grace

10:10 min | 2 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Daily Grace

"Grace. We believe that the bible is true trustworthy and timeless and we want to help women like you know and love god's word the bible shows who got is and who he is changes everything. My name is joanna. i'm stephanie. Come join us as we chat about the truth of god's word in our everyday lives anger is a tricky emotion it can well up inside of us and overflow in hurtful words and actions or better hearts. Anger is typically emotion that we tried to avoid but there are also places where the bible seems to encourage so in today's episode. We are joined by one of our coworkers. Opera kumon to talk about the difference between righteous anger in simple anger and how we should respond to this emotion. We hope that you join us. We'll welcome back everyone to another episode of daily grace stephanie. And joanna here hello. Hey so today we actually have a third co host us. And if you've listened to our podcast for some time her name and her sweet voice are not new to you joanna. I are excited to have. Aubrey komen back with us so aubrey thanks for joining us on the podcast down so glad to be back so. Aubrey is a fellow staff writer on the daily grace. Co- team and she was on episode. Sixty four the beauty of cultural and racial diversity in the church and our bonus episode on how to respond to racial injustice. Both of those episodes were really really helpful. And we'll be sure to link them shuts. If you have not listened. Please go back and listen. Because they're so good man arbor. You're like a veteran on the podcast. Yeah this lake and our roundtable kind of like group. Podcasts this is your fourth caesar fourth appearance of while i love it. Yeah but we're excited to have her on to talk on this topic today because she wrote a study on emotions that released on january first. That were also excited about be linked in our show notes in that study. She looks at you. Know what the purpose of emotions are how we should respond to them. What are they and were excited to dig a little deeper into one of those emotions and it's an emotion that i think we could all use appreciate some guidance on and that is the emotion of anger but before we do aubrey. You're that we start every episode on like positive high new by sharing a fever thing of ours from the weeks. So what is your favorite thing to share with us. Okay so i really tried not to make food related so stayed really deep into things that i'm using and lacking right now but it just started to get a little colder here like i mean yesterday probably started to but i used to use a lotion on my face at night But i just started using thing. It's called argon oil. I don't know okay. I haven't but i've seen it everywhere. It's i don't know what it for. Some reason feels like it's moisturizing. My skin better but as to put on my elbows and my knee and making it a full body oil basically. But it's been really good. So i use beauty counter which i love. I've used it for a couple of years. But i'm always like asking around to but my mentor from fort campbell kentucky. About ten or fifteen years older than me. She has the best skin and she just uses on oil. So i think that's the way to go all right try. Yeah you're on the right we have put on. My christmas happens. Okay so joanna. What is your favorite thing. So i recently ordered a piece of art which i feel like an adult actual piece of original art. It's small so i'm not getting crazy like i'm not like putting van gogh and my house or anything. High love this piece of art. That i bought it is from an artist actually found from kristen. Our boss Her name is hope. Helms and she has this beautiful beautiful work. And it's this picture of like it. Looks like the field of wildflowers. That has like a path that someone is just like a barely walked through and the skies all pretty and soft and pink. And it's just really really pretty and the other cool thing was that. When i bought it she was giving all the proceeds from oliver sales to this family. Who was trying to go through with an adoption and so she found this organization that would like match the gift so it was like doubled so it was. It was just a cool opportunity. And i've been wanting to buy something from someone who was doing this kind of really beautiful original art and yet it was a perfect time to make the leap so will incur in the show notes. Because she's just as beautiful art and just seems like such a kind wonderful person. I love supporting small businesses. Who also are so giving. I feel like small business. Owners are so generous all about art stuffing. What about you so. I cannot think of anything but i will say we did. Get a golden retriever. Puppy this week from now voice. I can't tell if that's a. That's not my favorite thing. My favorite thing is seeing the joy that puppy breaks to my husband. You're spending you're going to say your daughter no wall. He's a little fighter. You know because all puppies kind of nippy now and so all of my kids. I say are playing floors lava on a permanent basis. 'cause they're just like scared of him because he's just friendly he's jumping he's nipping. We're trying to work on that but this dog brings my husband so much joy and off. That's my favorite thing seeing him Just love having a dog. Even though it's driving me crazy a little bit but sweet a an exercise in self sacrifice. it's sanctifying. i will say that sanctifying man. Well like stephanie mentioned. Today we're gonna talk about the emotion of anger and how we should respond to it. And i honestly believe that whether or not we realize it. This is something that we all struggle with. So even if you think like i don't deal with outbursts of anger whole tight. You might be surprised that we probably all have anger issues that we might not even realize anger but before we kind of jump into that. I just wanted to give a brief word about emotions in general and we discussed this a lot in episode. Thirty two of the podcast. Also aubrey's new study emotions in the heart goes into detail this too But you know. I think we can wrestle with how we should view our emotions a lot of times and we hear a lot about the data between the head and the heart and i think it's easy for us to fall into one of two extremes because on the one hand we hear people saying things like emotions are bad they're deceptive or even the sign of weakness and so that means we should just always focus on logic and reason that's what's going to find us the right answer and then on the other hand we hear a lot of people saying things like follow your heart do what feels right for you and so we kinda get confused like. What are we supposed to do here. And the truth is the bible doesn't call us to a withdrawn stoicism or to an emotionally driven life. That is devoid of reason. Emotions are a gift from god. And it's actually part of what it means to be. An image bearer to be made in his image is that we have emotions because is a god who has emotions but sin entered the world in genesis. Three at the fall in it marred the image of god in us and that also includes our emotions so that means that they are distorted. they're affected by sin and that means that our emotions can be misdirected. A lot of times we can find ourselves rejoicing and being happy over things that we really should over and vice versa. And so the truth is we can't always trust our motions to tell us the truth because they've been tainted by sin but they do tell us the truth about the state of our hearts the way that we respond to things emotionally reveals what we believe and what we value And so while our emotions don't always reveal what is true or valuable. They do reveal what we believe to be true and valuable. Yeah whether or not that is actually the case. And so what we want is for the things that we believe to be true and valuable to align with the things that god says are true and valuable and when that happens our emotional responses will be healthy as well. I love that you said that. Joanna that it's just such an important thing to know that in order to engage our emotions in the way god intends first to really have to know and understand what is true and valuable to him and since we are honing in particularly with anger. I think we can sometimes difficult to understand how to engage this motion. Like you're saying We can think of it in more of the negative sense of lashing out or being passive aggressive or bitter or unkind or violent Clinching our fists or displaying in mostly negative ways And then trying to think okay. How can we possibly engaged. This emotion godly way. But when done right we can engage in the garden pinterest. Who can actually be really good in godly. And that's why..

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A Man of Wealth of Taste

Unexplained

04:34 min | 2 months ago

A Man of Wealth of Taste

"The quest for immortality the urge to escape the inevitability of death has long been a preoccupation for us as evidenced by the ancient sumerian poem the epic of gilgamesh the oldest example of written literature known today in the poem written sometime around eighteen hundred bc in mesopotamia. The titular gilgamesh part hero part. Arrogant demi-god undertakes nordic Mission to find the secret to immortality ought to being confronted by the inevitability of his own death though we might not be demigods like gilgamesh his desperate refusal to accept the inevitability of his fate is a deeply human one and something that many of us can sympathize with whether we elect to place our hopes in the promises of religious teachers or in the invention and imagination of our leading bio gerontologist those that studied the mechanics of aging throughout many of us. Who haven't contemplated the possibility of existing forever in one form or another however although some of those may want for it being mortal israeli portrayed as something desirable and at the very least. There's something that can only be achieved at a great cost from the burdens of connor macleod in his pursuit to become the only remaining highlander to the pitiful efforts of melmeth the wanderer to convince another soul to take on his pact with the devil in return for another one hundred fifty years of life. In fact we take great pains to dissuade ourselves from wanting it. Perhaps this is simply to provide some comfort in the face of such a futile desire. But it doesn't stop us trying back in october this year. A team led by tel aviv. University professor shy f ratty published the results of an extraordinary study in the journal aging study to determine the effect of pure oxygen on the aging process involved placing thirty five adults over the age of sixty four in a hyperbaric chamber and giving them pure oxygen for ninety minutes a day five days a week over the course of three months through this process of frats team found they were able to successfully limit the build-up of senescent cells in the body cells. The today's to the point where they can no longer replicate leaving the body. Susceptible to many age related diseases incredibly not only to this delay the aging process but actually reversed it. Aubrey de grey. One of the best known by. Oh gerontologist has long insisted that medical technology will one day allow us to control the aging process. Even making the stunning claim this back. Two thousand and eight that the first person who lives to one thousand years old is already alive today through some however who'd say that this person isn't just a live right now but they've already lived to be a thousand years old. You're listening to unexplained. And i'm richard mclean smith. It was sometime in the seventeen. Seventies that counted adema marie-antoinette's personal attendant. I met him for her. It was his is most stood out. They were like nothing. She never seen before his teeth to were immaculate and all the more noticeable for being framed by such a thick head of luxury jet black hair and his clothes were simple they were nonetheless made from the finest materials decorated with the most exquisite jewellery. It wasn't a period. She assumed would be accompanied by a certain steely if not arrogant countenance however when she finally plucked up courage to approach one afternoon at the court though was penetrating so too. Was it soft and inviting despite everything countess. It heard about the man. It was quite something to see him. Finally in the flesh looking no more than forty five years old and yet it was back in seventeen forty three over thirty years previously. The first appeared mysteriously one day at the palace of versailles home to king of france. Louis the fifteenth looking exactly the same age

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U.S. hospitals at breaking point amid COVID-19 surge

Morning Edition

01:07 min | 3 months ago

U.S. hospitals at breaking point amid COVID-19 surge

"That are part of the surge right. Yeah, the most alarming numbers the significant increase in deaths about a 50% increase compared to just two weeks ago. You look at the number of new cases the rising hospitalizations. It's clear the situation is getting worse. It's my doctor, Anthony Fauci and Dr Burke's both say some parts of the nation may need to take more drastic or stricter measures just slow the spread in California. We're seeing lots of that strict limits on businesses. Yet Dr Burke's says We're not seeing enough restrictions in other places. Right now. Across the sun belt. We have governors and mayors. You have cases equivalent to what they had in the summertime. Yet aren't putting in the same policies and mitigations that they put in the summer that they know change the course of this pandemic across the South. So it is frustrating. Because you know, as the virus circulates so widely know out there is a real concern. We see this rising hospitalizations and hospital re sources are just being stretched thin. NPR's Allison Aubrey. Thanks, Alison. Thank you, Noel. Alright. So Alison measured

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'Happiest Season' Makes the Yuletide Gay

Tim Conway Jr.

02:07 min | 3 months ago

'Happiest Season' Makes the Yuletide Gay

"Actually got kind of Ah, new wrinkle in terms of Christmas films with happiest season, which is basically Hannibal Hallmark Christmas movie style. Look at a relationship between two lesbians in Love. Who go, Tonto. The family of one of the women. And obviously, mom and dad don't know about their daughter's Proclivities. And, you know, I guess hilarity ensues, but it zoom in here or is it a good nature? Romcom ish kind of thing, Or is it home isn't a hallmark E Christmassy. What is it? Yeah, I would say, you know if you ever said to yourself, where are the corny Hallmark Channel style movies about same sex couples at Christmas? This? Well, here's your answer. Happiest season is actually made the Elsa cut above most of those films because you have good actors involved here. Kristen Stewart that's right from the Twilight franchise and a few better films plays one of the young women and Mackenzie Davis, who some people will recognize as the android heroin from the recent Terminator movie. They're the two women and they're going to spend Christmas With the parents played by Victor Garber and Mary Steenburgen. They didn't stand in terms of the cast. You get Daniel Levy of that very popular Emmy winning a sitcom that has Creek in its name and Aubrey Plaza on the gas tire. It's a good cast and obviously You know you're gonna have some meat, cute stuff going on and some deception and what have you, but But truly, it follows the standard formula for these movies, except it's a couple of women in love. And of course, they've got to, you know, kind of keep the secret until everything is revealed and get a basically it generates some laughs and real emotional tension and, wow, moments it. You know, you could see it on Who, Lou, if you have

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"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Aubrey gordon otherwise known as your fat friend on twitter and instagram and all socials and just in the world. Welcome to iowa. Hello thanks. i'm so excited to talk to you. Always and it's weird and great to do it on a microphone. Same face for the whole pandemic. It's so nice to see you been ages back at you. Bud what a treat into this like hounds tooth situation. I'm just so fucking cold. They've got the mad. So i'm i'm rocking the hoodie outside of the blazer. The new fashion. Just let everyone bunnies justin timberlake. Pandemic fashion is a real. It's a real take. Yeah i've talked about it on on this before that my boyfriend had stage like several interventions with me about why i've chosen to whack. He's like hey. I love you no matter what you were but also sometimes we have to have sex and being covered in. Food isn't not sexy necessarily obvious shot in three days. I see your instagram video. The other day where you're like fully just like picking hair out of your picking food out of your hair rather not like this is extremely relatable content but are- related to. My best friend is videoing me. I thought it was the main thing. I've ever seen to normalize women eating. And we need to normalize. That solid is really really hard to eat gracefully. We need to we just again. We need to stop being embarrassed of being all caveman monkey selves barrow. Maybe a million things. I want to talk to you about today. And i'm so glad that you're here. And i think first and foremost i need to introduce my audience to you and so i know you as a great social commentator as a writer as an activist. But would you kindly explain how you would like to be known by. So i have been Known best onto the internet as your fat friend I am a writer. I mostly rate personal essays. In some sort of research driven work around fatness and fat people and A newly minted podcast And sort of generally fat lady about town. You're also an organizer you've you've spent years. And years and years on the ground actually organizing change for many different marginalized groups not just For within those within the fact community for so many different people. So yeah. she's legend buddy. Yeah i spent about a dozen years as a community organizer so like turning people out to vote getting them to talk to their lawmakers getting them to take action together for things like a trans rates and immigrant rates and racial justice and voting rights and more than that kinda stuff so My work as a writer now feels kind of like an extension of that. You know your Your journey to becoming an online in a figure who so many people look to and learn from is so interesting to me..

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"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"The i think is really important just to especially in these times to hold onto the exciting moment to things that we got to do. And i feel mega grateful anyway. This week i have the guest for years. She was the first person. I approached. When i knew i was going to do a podcast will half a podcast and i said to her icon. I can't do this without you. I'm going to need you to be a part of this at some point and she graciously accepted however she was very busy at the time finishing her book. Which is what we don't talk about when we talk about fat. Her name. is aubrey gordon. Until now most people on the internet have known and worshiped her as your fat friend which has at y all fat f. r. e. n. d. And she is kind of positioned herself over the years and we go through her journey in this in this chat but she positioned herself as a kind of aggressively kind educator and aggressively empathetic and inclusive speaker on line. She's just the best writer one of the great writers of our generation. One of the great thing because of generation one of the great humans. The i've ever had the great on and pleasure of coming across honestly. I cannot tell you how much more star struck by her then by really anyone famous in this world because of the way the mind works. I'm completely in over totally obsessed and she delivered so hard in. This trap comes with facts. She comes with history. She comes with empathy kindness a firm understanding and such defiance in the face off so much vitriol and rejection and ignorance on kindness that we show to people who get them. What society has decided is acceptable. And so we get into that. And i think considering that the holidays are coming up and people are gonna be spending even more time with ebola. Families and thanksgiving was a trickery. Time and people are eating more food for christmas and you know that parents especially their mothers and grandmothers but generally your family is making you know unkind comments about your body or maybe a bodies change this year in particular and everyone feels as though their opinion is necessary or fucking helpful at all. It isn't Maybe this will send you into battle somewhat prepared and so. Please listen to this episode. Send it to other friends. Who struggle with that. You know with how they feel around their way or who struggle with their family members and the way they speak about that bodies. You will learn so much from this conversation. I did and i've already been friends with or for such a long time. I Accomplished finally here. And i cannot wait to hear your thoughts on how eye opening this episode is. I'll never really be the save afterwards. And i feel i feel fresher and smarter and happier for sitting down with her identity as possible to picked this up enough and that was bold thing to do. Because now i've set your expectations so.

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Biden Virus Advisers Press for Access, Say Delay Is Dangerous

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Biden Virus Advisers Press for Access, Say Delay Is Dangerous

"Death toll now tops 250,000, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. Experts advising President elect Joe Biden on the pandemic and vaccine distribution plans say it is critical that the General Services Administration recognize who won the election. Until that happens, NPR's Allison Aubrey reports that the official transition process is stalled. Biden's advisers say they do not have access to real time pandemic data or to the scientists and administrators within the government who are working on vaccine distribution plans. Biden adviser Rob Rodriguez and the ER physician at UC San Francisco. Pointed to the urgency. Given the toll of the pandemic, The current administration needs to step up. I really need it. Think about the help of the American people and start granting this full access, a vaccination program and tails complicated logistics, and Biden's advisers say they need to begin collaborating as soon as possible. Allison

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"aubrey" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly misteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on working working talk working his good. Now here's your host to why we work try and be a bribery and this is why we work today. Have the great pleasure. Speaking with aubrey. Burg our. She is the ceo of changing the narrative in her.

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As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital

Morning Edition

03:10 min | 3 months ago

As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital

"Everything is bigger in Texas, and that now includes the pandemic. It's the first state in the U. S to have more than one million confirmed coronavirus cases. Among other places. El Paso is in crisis intensive care units across El Paso County. We're reaching capacity more than two weeks ago, Things have grown so much worse that the city has turned its convention center into a field hospital. Remember when things were that bad in New York in the spring will cases across the U. S R lot worse now than they were then Mallory Falk of our member station. K E R A is in El Paso. Good morning to you. Good morning. As best you can tell what makes Texas different from other states. Well. Texas doesn't have tight coronavirus restrictions and place like in some other states. The governor issued a statewide executive order on Cove it and it doesn't allow individual communities to implement their own restrictions. Texas very much is a place that lets people do what they want to do. And I should also point out Texas has a high rate of residents who are uninsured or live far away from hospitals and medical care. So there are many people here who have the type of untreated underlying conditions that mean they'll get sicker if they get Cove it and that's part of the problem, too. So Texas is taking a sort of freedom first approach to the pandemic, but what is being done to try to limit the spread? Well, it is all mired in politics here, and Al Paso County, the judge who's the top elected official. Last month, he ordered a temporary shutdown of nonessential businesses. But several restaurant owners and the state attorney general sued. And on Friday, a court sided with them and blocked the order, saying cities and counties can impose tighter restrictions than what the governor allows. And I should mention geography to El Paso is right on the border with New Mexico and the governor there just implemented a two week statewide shut down something that hasn't been done here and I'll pass. So is right on the border with water is Mexico and in that city has a nightly curfew there tighter restrictions in place. Then an El Paso. And so there's this delicate balance because people are moving across various borders with different rules and restrictions. You know, I'm remembering that just a couple of weeks ago we checked in on El Paso and found the hospitals filling up a couple weeks ago. And now Allison Aubrey is telling us that things are infinitely worse than just a couple of weeks ago. What's that mean for the hospitals? Yeah, Hospitals are at capacity. There 10 Mobile morgues here that are now needed because so many people are dying so quickly that the regular Margus full and in fact, some inmates are now being paid $2 an hour to help move the overflow of bodies at the medical examiner's office Funeral home's air overwhelmed I spoke to a funeral director right to convert one of his chapels into a storage cooler. Um and nurses have been speaking out publicly pleading with people to stay at home to suspend family gatherings. For now on, they've also been pleading with state officials to let El Paso leaders respond to the crisis and implement that. Shut down. Okay, let me stop you there if I can. Mallory fuck of member Station Ktrh in El Paso, Texas, Thanks for the update. Thank you.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of your money so people need to invest. And again with the extremely low interest rates of federal Reserve in keeping in straight zero, trying to stimulate the economy, literally, you have to invest. You may not like investing, but you must invest in order to just maintain the purchasing power. And again the federal funds or it almost zero prime rate is a little more 3%. Money. Market rates are 1/4 of this, folks. 1/4 of 1%. How does that sound? Ah, it's a terrible situation. You must invest and again. How should you end this? Well, don't necessarily chase yield. Force me. We can talk a little bit about how we determine how people should determine what their investment should be in a lot I have to do with with forced their standard of living, and we have an expense sheet that we provide people that ask himto spend sometime and jot down how much air their expenses And force. We didn't compare the fixed expensive with hopefully guaranteed income that people have perhaps with Social security or a pension, and if it flits, then we invest for growth and stocks and bonds and real estate. And where we don't many times or other investments like annuities that I could make a comment on any thoughts one way the other, But I just said for us Yes, I think Aubrey. It's also helped. It helps to stage the various portfolios that someone may have. You know, frequently. We've We've referred to various models that we used from short term money that needs to be 100% liquid and primarily, very reliable. Maybe to cover cash flow needs. For maybe the 1st 5 to 10 years of someone's retirement. Then you could keep a midterm portfolio for maybe 10 to 20 years Where that portfolio is going to be left alone. It does include some stocks. Some real estate and maybe some higher yielding bonds. And then the third traunch Aubrey, and this is just keeping it simple. That's where you have something with the 2025 30 year time horizon money you're going to use later in your eighties, maybe even your nineties and that could be something that's very growth orientated heavy and stocks. It's going to go up and down. It's going to be in create credibly portfolio the riskiest portion of your portfolio. It's also going to have the longest time horizon to be remain invested over the long term that essentially ends up becoming your portfolio. Everyone is unique with their income needs. So something like that could be customized for a couple's unique situations, and it'll vary again. We have spouses that air various ages. We have some spouses that start retiring in their seventies. We have other spouses that start retiring in their early sixties so we can help with that with overall retirement planning. And forced. Obviously, the best thing a person can do before they make any investment to see is to see what their financial conditions all about eight years, folks we have made available and you can see it on our website. By the way that money talk radio dot com rather on the home page, you'll see information about our August workshops by the way. On real estate strategies. But right under that is a little booklet that's entitled Are you Financially Organized is a little 10 page booklet. It has literally a page on various investments and retirement planning and weird look on your tax return. So you can see how much you actually paid in taxes. It has a page on retirement planning and estate planning insurance playing, we would suggest before you make any investment decisions, get a little booklet. Are you financially organized? We can email it to you, by the way, along with a three page questionnaire called the initial planning guy. And I sort of compare that with having a medical exam with your doc before you decide to make any suggestions or follow any recommendations from your doctor. So get that little book Are you financially organized actually has a paid on real.

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"At the same time. Preferably Spike. I wanted you know this just occurred to me, do you? Are you a fan of the musician? Nick Cave Aubrey Yeah I am I'm not. I know who is not super familiar with like all I'm not like a crazy fan. I know all of this stuff, but. Cave girl. Thing but yeah I dig is thing for sure, but. For those that don't know, he's he's awesome. Sort of. Boutique. Australian Piano Driven Rock and roller for the last like forty. Years, or so he is a band called the bad seeds that see wordy here. Yeah, and anyway he this. His is really great thing you can get. His like an email list called the red hand files that you can sign up for and fans. It's how sort of addresses the question of Fan Mail so he chooses questions and sends out this e mail letter, answering like one or two questions, and I just got one yesterday, and they're always really good. He's really wise. He's really got a wonderful sense of empathy, and he's I think he would really love like he's got a dirt sense of romance. I am a big fan of his, but split the reason I. Bring it up is. To recommend people check out the red hand files from Nick Cave. Specifically on this one, he's asked by his fans like. What see? How are you creative? Like? What are you doing during this time when we're all lockdown at home? And his answer was really interesting I. He lists all the things he could do. Which I think is true for a lot of us. In this in entertainment is he can like write an album. He can get online and like do a solo concert from his bathroom and all the. You know the myriad things that we can be doing even. Like we're doing this podcast right now, but then the second half of the thing he says. The another fan said. Why is this the time to get creative? And he says and I'll just read a little bit of it together. We have stepped into history and now are now living inside an event unprecedented in our lifetime every day. The news provides us with dizzying information that a few weeks before would have been unthinkable. What deranged divided us a month ago seems at best an embarrassment from an idol and privileged time we have become eye witnesses to a catastrophe that we're seeing unfold from the inside out were forced to isolate to be vigilant to be quiet to watch and contemplate the possible implosion of our civilisation in real time. And he goes on a little bit, and then he says perhaps. We will know something of our resilience, our capacity for forgiveness and our mutual vulnerability. Perhaps, it is a time to pay attention to be mindful and to be observant. As an artist feels inapt to miss this extraordinary moment, and so what he's saying is. Maybe we maybe we should give ourselves permission not to buckle down and write a symphony right now and let it be okay like the world is being. Kayode like being punched in the face, and were staggering on our feet like holy cow. How will our society whether this punch? And let's give ourselves permission to like. Be Witness to it and look to one another and take care of one another and not feel like we have to. Be involved in capitalism right now and. We need to get back to work. You need to get the. Economy back on its Blah Blah Blah and instead say oh, let's. Look to our loved ones and our families. You know and and see if we can survive without selling each other athletic shoes. I feel that I feel! I've been thinking about that a lot actually just the idea of like. You know how taking the. Time to just be alive and just stop 'cause. I have that urge to be like productive. You're pretty prolific filmmaker. You produce an seems like you're always in three new films, and you're producing them, so it is a really good time to just be still. Because when.

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"Bears. Suppose. Anyway. Props so this is how you're keeping yourself. occupied, and offering your service to humankind will do. something. And I. Don't know why that the power runs through me. At night and an I. My desk has had all these things on it for so long that I finally just been able to use them you. It's like I've been waiting. Light. Just shut US I'M A. Votive candle with US Saint Miss Divine. What's divine dressed those leg sheva autumn. Yeah I. Mean I'm telling you guys I have multiple crystal balls. I mean these things are just all over my desk I. Guess I didn't realize that ear. Your witch thing was as real as it's turning out to be. I didn't ask for this power. Now it's It was bestowed upon you. But I think the night at the women's which party that we had really solidified this for me. Made it failure talking about that yesterday? I've been having these. Girls night parties with. Just? All women obviously but. You know it just had a really interesting mix of cool. Women and Aubrey came to the that was the first one. There have been three so far, and she was on the first one and she went up on. Our Balcony and This.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 8 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of audio. Judo I'm Kyle and I'm Matthew. Thanks for joining us today. Today? We are very lucky to be joined by photographer filmmaker artist Aubrey Powell. now if you don't know who Aubrey is, that's okay, but I guarantee you know his work. Aubrey was half of the artistic group known as hypnosis. This group, which also included Artists Storm Thoresen was responsible for some of the most recognizable and legendary album art. The late sixties to early eighties gliding led Zeppelin's houses the Holy Peter Gabriel's first few solo records, and of course, most popular record cover of all time pink floyd's dark side of the moon. hypnosis dissolved in Nineteen eighty-three is busied himself with movies, documentaries as well as artistic directing tours for Sir Paul McCartney and numerous other projects. He joins us from his home in England. Welcome, Aubrey. Hello, so Yeah, I'm joined by my co host Kyle easier with me. Hello Aubrey. How's it going? How are you I'm very good. Thank you first of all. I WANNA. Thank you for joining us today. This afternoon for you. And so how you doing with this whole quarantine business i. hold up well I live on A. London else have a farm. in Oxfordshire so I'm kind of locked down. I mean it's comfortable. So. It makes no difference to me so to be honest. Review you know this field and bicycle rides and walks and. Also in the middle of writing a book so I have plenty to do another pink floyd projects to, and so you know being looked down. The country's about as beautifullest hits, so don't really affect me too much. The only thing I find difficulties. The lack of social connection by you know. I kind of friends around. says. That's that's it. But apart from that. It's. Kind of Nice. It's been a wonderful spring. Hands been very sunny and warm. and. Beautiful so I. I ca I mustn't complaint. If it went on for another year, totally would be. Uptight I think. The moment no, it's good. That sounds Nice actually. Go for those out there for our listeners. Don't know who you are and what you were involved with. Can you tell us a little bit about how hypnosis came to be since show? That's kind of what you're most well known for. Especially in the music world I started. A company called hypnosis way back in nineteen sixty seven. with my partner Storm Phil Jackson and Began by doing the second pink floyd cover. It was cool Sosa full of secrets. Were both students and both. Extremely Amatya I would say and didn't really know what we were doing, but We were enthusiastic and had had some experience and learn about darkroom. Work and also how use a camera so. More by luck and judgment came up with quite a good idea. It kind of worked out. I'm that. Was the stocks search? And from then on throughout the seventies, we worked weekends. Rolling Stones led Zeppelin the Floyd again. Many times Peter Gabriel. Genesis and on and on it went, and we became and album covers studio. I.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"When I finished with recliner, we wrapped it in butcher paper and loaded it into a van to keep it in the property room until trial. I went upstairs to survey the loft bedroom. There was no indication that any violence took place in the loft, but the area needed to be searched clothing with scattered all over the floor, the bed clothes were rumpled, and the bathroom looked normal contained the usual variety of personal hygiene stuff. There was a single dried blood drop on the top of the bedpost at the foot of the bed I scraped it off with a scalpel into a glassy envelope with the hope that belonged to Joseph. Picked up each item of clothing and looked for evidence of cleanup or blood, and there was a White Basketball Jersey. It had been wanted up between the bed, and the dresser, and I picked it up. There were red stains all over the front one stain in particular, stood out a transfer pattern consistent with the front and back of a knife, as if the wearer took the blade and pulled it across the fabric to wipe it off. Aubrey Joseph could have been wearing this Jersey when he committed. The murder kept one of the bloody knives in his hand, and wiped it off on this Jersey or he just used it as a cleaning cloth, but this was another detail that would help disprove his quote. Unquote panic defense. The additional spatters cast off and transfer patterns were documented, photographed and diagrammed and released the scene at about nine o'clock that night. Nearly two years went by, and the case went to trial in February of two thousand eleven. All Joseph's defense was crime of passion as he alleged during the interrogation. He said that he recalled cutting Trina. He didn't remember his actions as being severe enough to kill her. The Defense Counsels Opening Statement to the jury mitigated Aubrey's involvement and instead focused on his lack of faith in their relationship and a suicide attempt he made by drinking bleach and taking pills several months before the murder. The prosecutor countered that argument in her opening statement. The prosecutor said Trina Joseph is dead. Because this defendant wanted her dead, she was killed in a most horrific and brutal manner at the hands of her own husband. This defendant useful knives, a large butcher knife. He thrusted into her body so hard that the blade snapped from the handle, but that didn't stop him. He just went back to their kitchen to get more knives. He continued his brutal attacks, stabbing her numerous times in the forehead above her ear by her lip in her belly in her cheek in her jaw in the top of her head in her clavicle in her hand. She sustained stab wounds to her thumb, her ring finger her middle finger wounds that she would have sustained while trying to protect herself. This defendant stabbed her with such force that the neighbor awoke to the brutal screams of Trina Joseph as she struggled for her life. This defendant stabbed her with such force that her ribs were fractured. Her lung was pierced. Her liver was perforated and her voice box was cut. But what could Trina Joseph have done to deserve this? The answer. Absolutely nothing. According to the defendants own mouth. He thought that Trina Joseph had disrespected him earlier that night. He thought she was going to leave him. So in his words. He stabbed her up. He killed her and when he had completed the task he set out to do. He drove himself down to the jail turned himself in, as as could be no emotion, no regret. You'll learn that on July thirty first Trina Joseph the defendant and some friends when out to have some fun. They went to Jim's place a place they usually went to, but once they're. The defendant started getting upset at Trina, Joseph Trina was sitting at the bar, talking to another man and this defendant didn't like it when he went up to Trina Joseph to confront her in the man Trina Joseph tried to calm the situation down. Chill everything out. But the defendant took this as Trina. Joseph picking the other men over him and disrespecting him. After opening arguments, the medical examiner took the stand. She testified that Trina Joseph likely bled to death after living through each and every stab wound and fought back until she just couldn't anymore. The doctor described each injury and detail and photographs were shown to the jury. I was called to testify on the second day to detail. The line required to leave the various stains and altered patterns behind. The photographs of her injuries flashed up on the big screen in the courtroom. Trina Joseph's father was seated in the front row of the gallery and he was unprepared to see them. The victim's advocate gently escorted him out of the courtroom after he cried out, and the judge took a short recess. It was heartbreaking. The father remained in the hallway for the rest of the trial. After the prosecution was finished and I, explained everything that I had to say about the blood same patterns, the knives, and how I conducted my investigation, the defense attorney took the podium, and asked me questions about the cleanup of the bloodstains on her body, and why Aubrey Joseph would leave the rest of the evidence to be found if his intent was to hide evidence of the murder, the defense attorney asked me a couple of innocuous questions about my experience, and then she moved to talk about the knives collected from the crime scene. Now, you collected a couple of knives, a blade and a handle right that's correct and several of those items. They appeared to still have red stains, perhaps blood on them. That's correct. They didn't appear to have been wiped clean or wiped off or cleaned off and I, said it would be difficult for me to make that determination, but if they had red stains or were anywhere in the apartment, they were collected. It wouldn't appear through your experience and your view of the scene that the assailant in this case had tried to mask the crime scene. The woman's body was still there correct, correct and knives right there next to the recliner. That's correct and there's blood on the wall and clothes and other parts of the apartment. Is that correct? That's correct, so it didn't look like somebody had done a thorough job in trying to hide or mask, scene and I said the only thing I saw with the altered bloodstains that we discussed earlier, and that was basically it, and you wouldn't be in a position to speculate as to why a stain a drying stain may have been wiped off of her left cheek. And I said I can't tell you why I can just tell you that somebody or somehow it was wiped off after it began to dry. She dropped it at that point, but she moved forward to the blood splatter on the wall and surrounding areas, and she said I believed you use the term medium velocity, blood, splatter correct, and you're not able to give an opinion as to the force or thrust. You know the speed of the blood moving or anything like that, are you? And, I said for this particular scene. It would be difficult because I didn't do a full reconstruction. It was unnecessary. However I can tell you that medium velocity spider in general travels at a distance of five feet to twenty five feet per second. That's how fast it's traveling. which is indicative of either Blunt Force Trauma or in this case, a multiple stabbing? Would it be fair to say that it would be slower than a gunshot, but faster than just dripping and I said that's correct. I have no further questions your honor. When I finished my testimony the DNA analyst took the stand. The analyst was to testify about the results of the swabs taken from the knives the scene she said that there was a mixture of both Trina and Aubrey Joseph's blood on three of the four nine and a one in a quad.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Hope to see there. And in the meantime, enjoy this chat with Aubrey Marcus. I think entrepreneurship is probably the greatest portal the personal development in this other conversation in that's how most of us met each other. And you have seemingly continued to scale and grow and build and from outside often looks like. Just kept going and going and going going from inside as up in the case. And if so how. Yeah. I mean, I think we we really understood what we were in why we were doing it in that. It wasn't like immediate. I had to make a hard pivot like right off the drop. So basically started on it began, and I was making hangover supplements. But people who were partying that hard. Don't really wanna spend the money on their young. And they don't really care, you know. So we pivoted hard into our first which is still our flagship product which is offering which is a universal product for performance Robbins Ason everybody can use. It wasn't just specifically related to partying too hard or some niche kind of idea. This was a universal expression in with that came and understanding of like, all right? What is on here for on? It isn't like the remedy to some destructive behavior on it is something that can help people live a little bit better today. Feel a little bit better. Day than they were yesterday. And like that identity of who we were and genuinely authentically expressing that has been our superpower. But it's been our secret sauce, and that's attracted people who were attracted to that vibe attracted to that feeling that emotion the truth of what that is in on it as an organization, if you keep peeling away the layers in me, you're the people around you just find more on it. And that has been like this force that's attracted more and more people mean even someone like JP who's been a huge ally. For on. This wasn't some big plotted out strategic six figure deal or ink and contracts and sort of shit like that was like we met we got to feel the vibe he dug the vibe, and we dug his vibe, so we started collaborating and working on stuff and then that introduced to audience. And you can do Kate this over athletes and all kinds of different influencers. And and so I think we have grown year over year over year and scale than added employees and and grown. But I think it's just been this natural gravitational poll, and then the more gravity you have the more gravitational pull you have in the more. So it's just seems to be as we stay in alignment. We have the biggest effect now where we've grown completely out of cash flow to. So I raised one hundred ten thousand dollars to start on it pretty much wasted at all in my party supplements and.

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"aubrey" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"And also by partnering with joe rogan aubrey has a new book out that i just finished and it's called own the day own your life we get into that in the episode he's a super interesting guy and he's the ceo of a successful company he's an author and he also hosts the great podcast called aubrey marcus podcast outside of being a successful entrepreneur podcast or an author aubrey is also a proponent of raising awareness for psychedelic medicines through programs like maps dot org and the half dir institute we fully dive into psychedelics on the show and the potential benefits of psychedelics when used as a medicine instead of recreationally what was really a curveball for this interview is this aubrey and his fiancee whitney miller are completely open relationship yes you guys heard that right completely open relationship meaning they're able to see date other people with the full blessing from one another so when aubrey showed up with whitney we had to have her on the show to dive into it we were actually planning on just having aubrey whitney was there and we invited her on the show because we wanted that him in her aspect we've never really had a conversation on this podcast around psychedelics and open relationships so this is new having the conversation with actual practitioners and people we know to be successful in their own rights was really interesting and i think you guys are gonna find it super super interesting yourself so without further ado here's aubrey marcus and whitney miller this is the skinny confidential her.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I think it'd be fun for you to do like a big literally what i'm writing right now my own mrs doubtfire and believe me i've been around town pitching this thing and everyone's looking at me strange and just wait until i pull this out of my a little more i can't we can help you now i can't let's just say yeah i will be unrecognizable ua laugh and you will cry never will be heart you know bring back tutsi oh yeah yeah what movie have you seen more than any other what would continue to return to what you can you quote by heart what's the comfort movie that comfort movie turn on and it just puts aubrey eighties makes the world of better place the matchmaker oh i don't know okay expected the first thing that comes to mind that's fun legion season two wrapping this up in a big book that flew by we'll get that feel you why by for you what do you mean what happen but you're saying these last forty minutes to summarize we let's just listen to it really quick and then we'll finish it take back whatever i said really good plan what tease us for the rest of legion we always i always dance number in the first episode more dancing to come it feels like that's a legion staple now you need dancing if you're going to legion gas i didn't sign up for that by the way what's going to happen i don't know.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"Really i i would say though see this is what it was is like the chocolate frosties but when you dip the yes oh my god this food richard diane keaton diana ross diana realit and or diana goddess of the hunt dinah got us the hunt was also a lesbian icon so i feel like a half to go with her i would say i mean dying aw love hangover i can never resist that song ever ever ever she's also so mean looking and sexy it's such a turn on i'm like have you ever seen that photo of her with the ten foot wig on on she's got like these pursed lips on her face and she's like you can tell the wig hurting her aubrey o'day aubrey plaza aubrey graham or album pain and for those of you don't know avi graham is drake's real name oh i did not i did not know what i'm going to abstain 'cause i can't fuck with any of those even like wait no kids it's not cuba i will say that like like like ten thirty getting into the train station at philly and it was like the only thing open and i was hungry as it was like i was like food we were evaluating this based on which is gayer i have mean would have to pick drake drake album pain i'm not sure definitely ivory plazas pretty gay too though is that she no i don't.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Aubrey markets podcast ride dive deep love it man you killed it like i said your protests and thanks you just showed it thanks i appreciate it yeah we did it so yeah all right there it is i hope you like it especially the end when he was talking about that the ideal day just a little sample of what's in the book i'm really excited to read that book i'm going to do a giveaway on my instagram once again that's at drama i'm going to give away to win ten books of his new book as soon as it comes out i'm gonna buy them when they come out so stay tuned on that pay attention to my post i will be doing giveaway on there check out his podcast i'll be markets podcast and that book comes out preorder now we'll get it on april fourteen as always phillies feedback on store podcast app on your phone subscribe to my newsletter y n our la slash drama youtube dot com slash drama drama over there and subscribe be on the lookout for all my new content and then sharing keep sharing the keep show short story long keep telling friends keep spreading the message all the feedback that i've been getting just insane more and more people are coming up to me when i'm out and about or writing messages on social media and telling me how it impacted them or certain episodes they liked the most in that really goes a long way and means a lot of and all the views and all the everything all the numbers everything helps me get bigger better guests keep pushing this thing and pete making it bigger can't thank you guys enough i'll be back next.

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"aubrey" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"You know psychological damage it's just love and pleasure then go for it you know live this life and that's that's what it teaches you and that's just the way aubrey's aside of the levers live so thanks for the question thank you again to express for having us here i want to finish with one final question but makes you guys check out the new book it's called on the day own your life optimized practices for waking working learning eating training playing sleeping and best of all sects by remark is so you can check it out it's it's out next month you can preorder it now on the day on your life final question for you it's called the three truce if this was your last day and many years from now and you were able to achieve everything you could imagine you brought it to life every experience every dream happened every business every book you wrote humane but you had to take it all with you and no one else could experience it anymore you have to take it with you when you die all of it but you got to leave the world behind with three truce three lessons that you knew to be true about your experience that you would want the world to remember you by what would be the three lessons or the three truths for you that's a really good question i think you know the first is that heaven isn't someplace that we're going to later heaven is available to us right now and it's going to take going through hell to find it usually it's going to go going through the hell of dealing with your own ego dealing with your own shit but there's a way to enjoy this live so that it is heaven and to really feel that and that's that's what i think our birthright here is and it's great to help other people do the same thing so for one experience that really truly experienced life as heaven find the ways for you to do that number to help other people.

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