18 Burst results for "dimity"

"dimity" Discussed on Another Mother Running

Another Mother Running

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"dimity" Discussed on Another Mother Running

"Welcome to another mother runner. This is sarah bowen shea. I'm joined the second week. In a row. By dimity mcdowell. Hello demi repeater streaking. Sarah and keeping a streak and it's good because nyc can give us a update if people. I hope people listen to the big news. Last week re refresh their minds as to what you announced last week. Sure update sir. Yeah i am going to do the. Hopefully the aqaba bike national championships which is outside of nash. Outside of new york city at the end of september. And i have hired coaches in gen to be my physical spiritual mental guys. Journey there. your shop there. you're shaman. I saw women so yes. So trading started officially on march first which was monday and that was arrestee and then yesterday i went to the pool for the second time in twenty twenty one. It was very nice to be in the water was forget about how i it's the Preparation that. I was impeded me from going to the pool. Right changing having the equipment showering driving home feeling all scratchy and chlorine e like the this woman that self but every time i get in the water. I'm like oh yeah that was worth it that worth it you know kind of got over that mental hurdle a have to have to ask what type of restrictions do you have at your pool. Well you have to walk in with a mask audited. They're very few. You'd have to make a reservation anymore. Can you go back into the locker room after swim to jank. yes larry. Yeah but i got to say nothing against the goodson rec center and actually is very nice and clean and all that. But i've just never cared much for public locker rooms a- as a rule you know my flip flops and i'll be all right but then i'm like and my showering and my mask play. How does it work. I'd rather just basically. What i've been doing is what i did yesterday and what i think. Continue to do. Where my suit to the who. All with some sweats and a t shirt..

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"dimity" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on WTRH

"The second child with also. Represent truth because of questions were asked so carefully. You know, has not seen it. So he didn't that be seen. It do you believe it ever happened? He says he doesn't but he he. My husband, text messages, begging him all hitting mom thought the violence. He wouldn't have sent that message. Three years ago. If he didn't believe that was doing it. Hit the side, what they they've decided that we're not gonna talk to bomb. We will not speak to her. She will see us. We will not answer attack notes on the side with dead in the divorce. We will rally around. They didn't do anything for my mother's day for my birthday. They do not speak to do not answer me. They I did to them and they said, they really harshly. They're all this because they have sick of me claim about the. Sticking my daughter-in-law road very letter to. Defense attorney. That I wouldn't call please. Inciting suit, says, I'm impossible to reason with. Not insane. If someone is being hit over and over and over as nobody will stop him and. It's exactly arriving and all the. Was divorced dourson, voice him. Married to. Cheated adulterer irresponsible always unemployed why speeder just to get a divorce while in cancer. I tell you help me understand. Then you said you had evidence now. Okay, Kate tons of evidence. So help me know if there is going to be this trial by jury, what would be the most convincing examples set a number several examples of evidence Iraqi letters to my son, the youngest time the youngest daughter and her friends apologizing to them for the? Episode, or whatever it was he call, where he was hitting me and bay ran to the defense in pulled him away and defended mates till you have at pick, you have the actual letter or a copy of a letter the actual letters and copies of the letters and pictures, and text messages that I sent his friends dating them to talk to him about the vital every time he would be. Been six or seven excesses, which is one reason why the kids evaporated secured about it. They we don't want to be involved with all up, and then my daughter. Divorced. I'm divorced, picking up. You can't kick a man out. Six three and violence. Take him out, though, lift my terrorists have both dive. I really had nowhere to go and. Didn't work so hard taking tons of all this Cal plate coincidently the two arrested him. You will get the help you need a year and a half. My ex husband has not had a single on the violence. They didn't have to get a psychiatric evaluation. Why why teeth? Dimity fancy, the kids man. He's just lawless that he doesn't have been the kids decided that if I wanted to say the kids, I had to go. So get myself to evaluation..

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"dimity" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The warriors game number two from oracle arena. Coming up does the thunder's chances against the blazers ride on Paul Georgia's shoulder. That's coming up next. But the mindset in the postseason certainly changes for players the intensity rises to a new level. None more evident in the opener of the series between Golden State and LA aka Kevin Durant versus Patrick Beverley. Arkansas. So I kind of know what he brains cargo Q grew up raises areas do with different type of group, you know. So I appreciate that about that. Gobert the six eleven Kevin Durant. And he says Absolutely I'll take challenge. This guy's on tough to know even bring to the table, you know, just to physicality Pat Beverley jump off to the left elbow jumper. No good. But he was fouled Beverly the foul and draft will shoot a pair. We wish we could have played a little bit more without the call on game. One trying to fully game Durant post against Beverley boards off fades hits on a fifteen footer. This is the playoffs. You know, people wanna come see the basketball game and. This doubt court running drank. On the baseline is going up for another jam packed. Beverly more words on the muck up the game a little bit with his physicality is talking his everything. That's what he brings each team. He plays Kevin's got a big file pack bay smile on his face. I want this guy. About David Goliath. He does he could care less Dimity. They support him with the clippers. So for me. I know that coming into the series. I thought it was still talking now. Kevin durant? Silence of words. Technical foul. They got both double check that out there. Beverly court nearly lost it against Iran. And now he gets it his face. Offending. Grecia of the games a little closer for minutes left Kate with a little bit more constrained, but he would've concept the tone the way they play physical. They were stuff does which makes him who is know we ready for all of this technicals, again, Beverly Durant's are taught in game on as Beverley does we talked about it the last couple of days a hell of a defender. Plays hard got a lot of respectful that you cannot take the bait because you know, that's bad trade for us clippers have made a lot of good traits this year, and that was maybe their best course the warriors though taking game one of the series just a second career playoff objection for Kevin Durant..

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"dimity" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"I wanted to. Just relax into my identity. My Dimity as the guy who wears the watermelon outfit as wanted to be that guy. But in as I'm getting that picture taken all the people who are eating breakfast at the restaurant that overlooks the beach or just like looking at me like look at this douche. You know what I'm saying? This guy obviously thinks this is cool. And I want to be able to be like, I know that this is fun. I don't know why. And I told Jesse I was like that's my New Year's resolution. Just just quit caring quick hearing about what people think create your own vortex be your own for Tech's. That's what my t shirt says, but Photoshop the leg wound after I will add that. No. But you know, what that's all airbrush. It's all part of the story though. It's all part of the story. And and you know. That's that's the im- by the time. This is out that picture will be on my Instagram as well. I mean shut out the red himse on Instagram haven't done that a while. But you know, what there's a vortex happening over there on Instagram right now. And you could be a part of it. Maybe if you double click that picture, you'll create your own vortex right there with your thumb. I don't know how the internet works. But if you wanna get into my voice ex create your own vortex. We'll have a just a web of war Tech's maybe the whole world will become a vortex, and it starts with going over to read him. See and liking that photo. Sorry. So I that was kind of I mean, it's kind of selfish. I realized that I mean, you know, especially in contrast with how you wept you wept in the presence of your family for me. I think my holidays really just comes down to that single photo of me in the watermelons. Oh, gosh. No. I had an incredible time with my wife. It was we needed the time. Even though it was just a few days. I got offered coke on the streets of Kabul, you know, by at least seven people like diet coke was the diet. Coke cherry coke and just coke classic coke zero. They had every kind of coke that you can imagine. How was it? I didn't I didn't trust it. I just didn't trust it. And didn't say yes to that. Okay. For the record. You said no said, no, I am not interested in that. But one of the more notable things out never forget. And it's one of those things that there's these things that happen to you. And then they become part of your ca- your personal cannon whenever you interact with it object. And let me explain we have some of these things between the two of us. The pool and I order a case of DEA. You know, it was like poolside restaurant. Bring you whatever you want. Yeah. Great service would have it. And they bring me a case of DEA in the guy comes and sets it down. And it's you know, it's the sort of the Half Moon. It's it's the folded over tortilla. As a case of d is pre recognizable food product. Okay. An old. Old man walks by comes up, and he's like, what do you call that? Really? Yes, said what do you call that? And I was like a case of. In instead of saying like, oh, I didn't. I didn't know his case DEA like he was like, and then he goes over in talking to his wife, and like they discovered Honey I introduced someone to a case dealing never believe this thing. And so then you and you'll never you'll never believe how they spell it. So so now, this is what I'm getting at this whole personal cannon thing, which is one of the things I love about life. So then when we when we Jesse I are at the airport getting ready to leave Kabo, and because we have a certain credit card we get into this lounge area. So they had and they had a case of DEA. And I bring it back and put it I got on my plate. And I am what do you call this?.

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"dimity" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on Are You Real

"But also because it's a customer service industry. And it helps me get my eyes of myself. But what that really taught me was not a super glamorous job. It's kinda fun. You don't get paid that much. But what it really Tommy was as believers like every work. We do is meaningful. It doesn't matter. What your title is? What? The work. You do is everything has meaning and purpose because of Christ. And so that is such a gift it, doesn't it? Frees us up to lean in fully into where it got houses in what we're doing because it all has purpose in meaning in in light of eternity. So I think I think there's some great things that we can utilize believers to to really own in Onen that calling the God has in and did not have identity Oltman wrapped up. But it takes work a his not just a natural thing. We have to constantly be preaching that truth to herself. It was funny. I'm working on my book right now that we're releasing next year. One of the questions was in the book that I was asked was how do you what is identity look like in so many times like you said, Microsoft, we wrap our identity up in sayings. But if it's so important, I can Second Corinthians in Peter talks about like our Dimity has to be in Christ because it has to be our foundation, and I was just really meditating on that this morning. 'cause I was thinking about like, you know, you can have all the gifts and talents the world has ever seen. And I've seen some really talented people in the church, but they're foundation they knew they knew the Lord, but they didn't know the father like there wasn't this deep connection. So they lacked foundation of character in our Dimity. If it's not built in Christ in that foundation. Isn't there a home builder remodeler by trade? Yeah. And if our foundation concrete isn't solid in we go to building all these things whether it's writing or or building preteen all those things if you don't have a solid identity in Christ. It inevitably always comes crashing down. And the the bigger the building the more brutal the fall, right painful. Yeah. Tumbling. It really is. And it's a good reminder for all of us that we have to constantly like, I think our number one job is just to preach truth to ourselves because we forget, that's the human condition. We. Get over and over and over again. And so our daily task is preaching that truth or self. And then also a leaving that truth believing that truth is mean were acting on it, you know, it's not just a preaching. It's believing. It's that acting in for me, it looks like honestly, I have to start in my day and God's word if I don't do that. I'm not going to be on that foundation. I'm gonna see that starting to Kate into slowly crumble inch by inch his like, that's like a non negotiable. I have to Prejean believe that truth myself of this time with in Gaz word in the morning in the evening is a non ago will have to do that in. And so my actions, I have to believe that. And I found that to be the most helpful like reset and also realignment to keep me where God wants me. I like that. What what it hit on saying is talking about making a transition shifts because I think a lot of times people maybe they don't like their job or their career what they do or they even feel called to. Move into different direction. But they're just maybe a freighter there's that fear to step out. What did that look like for you?.

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Selfless Expression Of Our Pain

Jamesone Podcast

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Selfless Expression Of Our Pain

"How will we express the pain? We feel. But we simply let the pain feel become our Dimity over the explore a deeper understanding of ourselves in the water around us. If we are dire circumstances where we soak complain where we persevere and think of others as a human being we naturally want to help others. But we want the credit for building the connection we want people to understand our pain. But our messes comes off like an autobiography with it in a chance Tempa thighs. Deep humility. Simply overcoming our pay attell of me becoming stronger. And better me, are we not to use are paying to look beyond ourselves and enrich the lives of others. Simply exclaiming are Nepta twos. Improve or hope someone's life are pain would benefit others. When there is true, genuine empathy when our Perkins continues, but another person can be healed and helped.

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"dimity" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on Download This Show

"I was reading was coming from as well, it feels like the racist being used even if Netflix say that they don't know the nationality, or they don't know they rice that you know, this still using their preferences. If the you know, what she would of movies, we've on those kind of actors in them, but it's it's very manipulative. And I think it's it really needs to be looked at. But it's marketing the all marketing manipulative fees Hollywood would make movies with that would cost it and rolls to appeal to certain quadrants is this any different to that. Or is it just the fact that it has like a. A technological component algorithms doing it. Instead of like somebody's sitting in a marketing room at Paramount Pictures, going we got this this demographic to watch. I know why he sounds like this in my mom wouldn't a better way to do. This is actually have more movies with more diversity in it rather than just pretending the ones existing on Netflix do people like that's switch people feel a little bit like funny about it. I think the fact that the the example earlier which from the movie that had Kelsey grammer and Kristen bell. I think that the really alarming thing about it was the fact that those characters that were in this post really detect like ten minutes of screen time. I think that might be that fades into that conversation that we have a lot of the time on the show, which is about if you're selling somebody a product that doesn't deliver on what you're selling it on people will always going to feel a little bit shaded. Does that is that reasonable? Yeah. Hundred percent. All right. Download the show what you're listening to end. Jeremy can somebody still my phone number? Give me six hours. Brought this really fascinating story which you can find right now on Bank info security, and it's called gone in fifteen minutes strategy as far number theft problem, and I will be honest with you, Jeremy cook, I did not think that my number was in danger of being stolen Dimity diner, being stolen, but not my phone number. It's kind of all the above. So basically criminals are taking advantage of how easy it is to port your phone numbers. So since mobile phones, kind of came to prominence about twenty years ago. The government told Milwaukee we want you to enable a system to be able to move your phone number quickly to another operator. And so that was designed to prevent operators. From saying if you wanna switch to us you have to change your phone number. So now they have porting process, which is really quick it takes like as little as fifteen minutes. Most ports are completed in like three hours. The problem is that takes just very basic personal information to be able to port number. So you need a name you need an address a reference number you need the mobile phone number and also like an account number referenced. Oh, it's just like your account number so depending on the type of count, and so what you can do. So if I bought a new sim I wanted to move my number from another provider I'd activate that him. I put in my personal data and that number would move. But because this is just such basic personal data. It's easily obtainable now in the air of these big data breaches and so the only bit of information that's kind of slightly difficult is possibly the account number. So I mean, I call a mobile operator pretend I'm you say, you know, I really just need my account number because for my expenses for the and I get that. Account number and like one o'clock in the morning Sunday morning can go to a website type in the personal information and your phone number. We'll come to me in three hours..

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"dimity" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So of course, you know, just as far as transaction value that is the most obvious makes the most sense use case. But Furthermore, from there. I mean, I think things like Syria and online assay, ios, but you know, platforms like that, who will, but I don't get the huge insane value behind the tokens use on the platform. So I mean, I think that the the technology's cool. You can do cool stuff with it, but the valuation doesn't make sense. But as far as things that I see really making a difference in the world would be use cases like Dimity using a blockchain to confirm your identity, for example, in democracy in voting. I think that'll be very big thing over the next fifty to one hundred years. I mean, I don't know if you've been watching what's going on, but it seems like there's a lot of voter fraud or potential voter fraud going on. So you know, at the very least, let's make sure let's it's put on the blockchain. Now, of course, as lot more complicated than just thrown on a blockchain. But I feel like Macci technology does allow for a very. Transparent way to store the information. In there, I would say. I think it'd be really cool to see blockchain in healthcare. Exactly what that form is. Gonna look like just yet, but I've been looking at a few different projects. I'm not gonna show anything right now. But yeah, we're going to few different guys that are doing some interesting things in healthcare with blockchain, but just being able to transact information privately and without having to trust anybody that's enough to make a difference in a lot of different sectors. Yeah, Healthcare's big one that's always stuck out to me also. Because if you think about right now you go to a doctor, you submit most of your medical history to, you know, as much as they can access to them, but there's no like kind of central source where people can access all of your data from all the different doctors you've ever visited and really have a comprehensive look at, you know what your medical histories like. And I think there is like a better record keeping system to to do that, you know, into store your information in a safe way, but in a way that all of your different doctors can access and really make the best decision regarding your health. Exactly. Yeah. Just a a nice electronic health record database where you know cure your private key up to your turn to your doctor and be like, hey, Yep, here's all medically history forever. That would just be phenomenal. It would really be huge upgrade wrote. We have now most of the world. Do you have a coin that's like very, like clearly your best trade ever or the coin that's been the most profitable for you or beneficial to you or anything like that? Honestly, nam episode bitcoin on that one. I mean, theory was really great last year. It's what really got me into the all coins, but I can't say there has been one. I mean, there's one. There's one that got away Nanno I'm sure you guys have heard of. Yeah. So I bought that one back in the summer last year. I think for like somewhere between fifteen hundred to three thousand Saotome she's I put probably like I think it was around point three bitcoin at that time. So you know, my investment was what maybe seven hundred bucks or something, but maybe I don't know. But yeah, that that investment would have been like, I think million at one points if it held sold on a double, I thought, oh my gosh, I sold on a on a bitcoin double. So I think it was six thousand six. Oh, she's went to what two hundred thousand something like that..

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"dimity" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"It's not a went one. We don't have time to do this. It's very positive. Yeah. I mean, people often say, you know, how do you, you know, find the time to go for runs like, well, you know, there's not some closet I have in my house. It has, you know, magic extra hours in the day. I just make accommodations, which might mean setting my alarm earlier than I like, you know. So there's you just learn how to make the time. You don't find it and also not being shy about expecting other people in your life to step up to handle too. I mean, I do remember that the article or one of the articles that you guys wrote for runner's world. I think around the time that the run like a mother but came out, you talked about how your husband was taking all three kids to church. I got. I love the to remember. We have similar issues like in terms of getting icing in our church choir, which sounds like it'd be able to take all of that, but I can't actually have four children in the choir loft with me while I'm singing. So my husband is the one who's dealing with getting them to church. And sometimes he just decides his, he'd rather neglect his spiritual growth in stay home with all. Your your husband was taking all three to mass. They could go on your long runs, and he does quite a bit of time in in the crime room as I understand it. So remember, you know, things are bad when the priest at his church actually like really express kind of almost sorrow for us for having twins. Originally, just remember he got this. He's like, oh my God, this looking at Mike, did we just doubled, you know, one little. I o two of your of your parish by having to at one time. And so, yeah, he, I must say the, I can't remember the last time. Jack went to mass in the kids definitely have been time go. Go. At the worm at gun? Yes, exactly. Yeah. So he so I mean, it is also so important. I think so many women try to. I know I'm very much in this line. I try to shoulder a ton of stuff without asking for help, and that I think particularly as athletic women, we appear strong because we are strong. And so I think a lot of times people in our lives in people, my lives think, well, she can run all that way. So of course, I don't need to offer any help whether it's carrying in the groceries or you know, taking care of the kids or handling carpool or something like that. So I think it's important to ask for help and to to be a vulnerable in that regard and saying, you know what? I can't do this all like you need to shoulder some of this with me and, and that that for you know, for, let's take a training cycle, you know, if you're signing up for half marathon, that means maybe sitting down with the stakeholders in your family's life in saying, hey, you know what? On these Saturdays. I'm gonna. Be gone for two hours, three hours, whatever it is, what's going to be our plan of action for taking care of the kids in the dog and whatever else needs to be done. What is your goats you strategy with that? Will your kids are older now, but clearly things have changed also question. Does your partner run at all, or does he have his own other thing that he likes to get into that would be called football professional, watching professional football. That was one thing. I mean, so you know, Dimity night the we, you know, we're both have husbands in. So her husband is marathoner name was on the quest to qualify for Boston for several years which he finally achieved..

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"dimity" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"Yeah. All right, welcome back. Black on the air. So many things going on in the rope. We got time to talk about it because. I was just thinking of Trump and it always makes me laugh. You know that is healthy reaction. Yes, exactly. And the voice you're hearing very special guests who I really wanna thank for being here today because he actually had a lot of trouble getting her chapel bad about, but he just wrote a awesome, but outside the wire in its ten lessons, I've learned in everyday courage. I want to ask him about that too. He's ex secretary of state of Missouri and part of the organization. Let America vote Mr. Jason, can-do, Howdy, JC with you. Welcome to back in the air. Thanks for being here, man. I really appreciate it. Sorry about that. Host fhu and everything. But you've been in Afghanistan man? That's nothing. No. I mean, I'm fine. I don't think gave the address that was the I think it's your fault area. Okay. Yes. Imposs- I like to soom lame. I, it's kinda Catholic of, you know, 'cause I know how to deal guilt that I can deal. This is navigable. Hey, exactly. But I don't even think that Catholic right now because that's a whole nother thing. This so many horrible things going on. Do part of your book. I want to thank you for giving us some late. Thank you know some positive things to think about. You know, I guess the question everyone asses. Why are you writing this book right now outside the wire, and I love the metaphor that represents. Yeah. So I wrote it because two reasons one during my time in politics which frustrated me allot is how many people are feel like the hardest thing they've ever done in their life is the campaign that got him into office trae and and that tends to be why they act like losing their job would be the worst thing that could ever happen to them and they don't take any political risk at all. All yes, and define themselves by that absolute personally, Dimity look in the mirror and they see a union, the title, right? That was part of it. And then the other part of it was just I had so many people just asking me in like one of two questions either what I refer to as a crack the code question, like, how did you communicate with this kind of 'cause I got a lot of votes from people who voted for Trump even though he and I don't agree on anything. Right. And I wanted to answer that question, but I also wanted to answer the question of how is it that you're still hopeful when you're still engaged. And so I call it outside the wire because as you alluded to that term, that means going off the base safety, the.

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"dimity" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"All right. Nearly half of gay men report being victims of domestic violence. These drops can't spice this up a staggering. I write edge of men in the same sex relationships have been abused by partner according to a new study on gay domestic abuse is what we just now studying so much of this shit. The the study published this month in American journals of journal of me and tells found at forty, six percent of respondents had suffered intimate partner abuse, including a motion abuse, controlling behavior and physical and sexual violence research at the university of Michigan center for sexuality and health disparities interviewed three hundred twenty million in one hundred sixty couples. If you just looked at physical or sexual violence and male couples about twenty five or thirty percent, roughly the same as women ahead of sexual couples were stuck in this mental representation, the domestic violence female victim male perpetrator while that is very important. There are other forms of in all types of relationship. In addition to the usual factors, fuelling abuse, unemployment, drug abuse, money problems. We start just found a strong correlation between internalized homophobia and abusing gay male relationships and. Music grappling with his sexuality may lash out at a person perceives the embodiment of that Dimity right while also like we've talked about on the show, we talked about it from a hetero normative perspective last week, but the performance of maleness in our society entails a lot of hours is a lot of I have to hurt you to prove that I'm not week. I'm so strong. I can't hurt you. It's I don't cry, but I but I can be angry. I can be violent, I can be. I can mock. I can be cruel. Those are the most of have, but being happy of in a way that's just about me, be happy and not about hurting someone else. It's almost aren't a lot of men. You know the same way that men are dangerous towards women in heterosexual his head on normative relationships. You can be dangerous towards another man, especially if one of our struggling with what is a man and what is my. Truth and what does this mask I put on and your mask is to mimic his head men who are very violent, you know? And especially when you don't have that fucking. Chivalry to even protect you. Like there's a lot of men who threaten women who pushed who are abused tools towards women emotionally stuff, and only thing that stops them from physically hitting them is that chivalry quote, unquote in their mind, not all men stop, but I, some men are very fucking like out, you lucky you are woman and what they really trying to say is wanting physically hurt you, and I'm scaring you by basically threatening you, but I would never hit you, but I just did kind of intimate that I would, you know, and so there's that, whereas I would never hit my hands on the woman, but I take some, you know, some stupid shit like that. And so you end up in these situations where you don't even have that line when the two men. You know, doesn't matter once more fan presenting quantum quo or none of that shit is your man. I can say I hit a man and call it a fight when the police show up. I wonder. They did with the lesbians. Yeah, I wanted and probably the same similar to it because you know, when you dealing with these quote, unquote gender roles, and even some of the key to a lot of them except of straight people, gender roles and their relationship, not all, but some of them do. And some to be interesting because you know they're a miser lives group. So just like women under reported not reported at all and not not going to be taken seriously. Women ain't taken seriously at all, but a gay man and another man is beaten on you. You do going to be taken less seriously than that woman, you know, because in as fucked up as it is and and you know, 'cause people already don't take crime seriously anyway. And so you're gonna have people with their own prejudiced and raced real racism. Is they black racism and home. Homophobe an artist of shine to a lot of this shit, miss 'gendering people all kinds of things to happen than that. Right. So I'm not surprised. In. Hanged male, male, gay relationships that you have this? Like, especially like I say, I, like you said, the police probably are taking this series and then you don't have that chivalry..

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"dimity" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Breakfast, lunch and dinner driving car pool, and it was in the very beginning, I was like, whoa. Really. But payroll, this kind of really boring and they can. I take and. So many times could I make Meatloaf and tacos and make it interesting, and I kind of drove myself crazy end and yet it's what I wanted to do, but it was a really hard transition and I had to surrender to motherhood. And it took me a few years to do that and really come to the point where I could feel confident about my decision and in myself. But the work that I had to do in my Christian faith impacted it incredibly. I mean, it was it was everything that changed me into who I am today is far as is walking with the Lord and walking in my faith and wanting a relationship with God. It all change because I made the decision to stay home, which then gave me the time to let my relationship with God. Because before that, I really didn't have one with him. I just was a believer, but by word not. By action it it really changed everything for me, and but I still had to realize the work that I had to do was about becoming. A child of God and beaten honoring my life before God and not before man, because all of my value and worth up until that time was really wrapped up in who I was as an actress because I didn't know anything else and so become a stay at home. Mom, I wasn't getting the praise I went. I'm getting the well done at the end of the day and I like I, I had no value even though wonderful kids and hope that they valued me, but you know, had to change my whole perspective. So when I started having that relationship with God and seeing that, like, oh, it doesn't matter what my resume says. It doesn't matter how much money I make. It doesn't matter how many people compliment me. The only thing that is worthy in my whole entire life is to honor God with it because I'm going to end before him when I die. Not the world. Well, I love that because. So many of us had a career and then decided to stay at home for a season just so identifiable. I remember thinking like just when your net deep in grilled cheese sandwiches and and everybody is crying all the time and nobody knows how to have a conversation. I remember just thinking, I'm smart. Like I went to college, I, I used to be in charge of things like, I people think of something. This is my life. How is this my Monday, but I love what you're saying because it really does strip away a lot of the things we glean value from and accolades. And I mean, I just, I don't know if I've heard anybody crystallize it in that that clearly that a really beautiful outcropping of that season was faith and Dimity, and I think the did you develop that? Were you connected to church? Did you have a women? How did that begin? Developing for you in the in the baby season while I wasn't going to church regularly, but it was in thinking about how I wanted to raise my children and did I want the faith to be important. Is when I started thinking about it. So I did find a home church when I had these little babies, we were living in Florida at the time, and my husband at the time was really the same kind of believer that I was. We just had an understanding of God and believed that Jesus IDF arsons, but it didn't go beyond that. And so I just pursued it. And once I found a home church, I started going every week I was going by myself because my husband was on the road most of the time, and I would take the kids with me. And then in my community, I started becoming friends with some of the neighbors..

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"dimity" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"You know the the desire to cheat in a relationship could stem from some similar cognition as cheating although it's not a perfect similarity cheating in relationships oftentimes occur because of an interpersonal need for connectedness in evolutionary psychology is a different perspective but this idea of meeting to connect dimity n a you know there's a there's a cohort of people that propose that that's more of a baseline need than being monogamous they're different perspective but but that's that's one end in that need for in a personal connection is different than per se than what we're seeing more in this particular australian cricket situation which is what we're we're seeing that in that instance in the heat of the moment they're making a decision to take a risk that seems worthy to them true just want to take this to another level if chuck athletes well only one of us can laugh at that and that'd be okay so this this is obviously a make believe scenario and then we find in a state sponsored program where the state is doping on witches fade into the machinery how does an athlete cope with that odor that you say you know what i'm winning i don't care there's another interesting points about identity right you're assuming the overarching identity of the organization and therefore changing perhaps what would be your internal based behavior based upon what the identity that that you expected or you're touting then then it becomes a cognitive visits about reducing dissident so that your identity that you've now accepted matches matches the way you're behaving you're that's that's pretty wild so now that wouldn't apply to the person who just wants to win at everything like i have a friend who.

"dimity" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"You know the the desire to cheat in a relationship could stem from some similar cognition as cheating although it's not a perfect similarity cheating in relationships oftentimes occur because of an interpersonal need for connectedness in evolutionary psychology is a different perspective but this idea of meeting to connect dimity n a you know there's a there's a cohort of people that propose that that's more of a baseline need than being monogamous they're different perspective but but that's that's one end in that need for in a personal connection is different than per se than what we're seeing more in this particular australian cricket situation which is what we're we're seeing that in that instance in the heat of the moment they're making a decision to take a risk that seems worthy to them true just want to take this to another level if chuck athletes well only one of us can laugh at that and that'd be okay so this this is obviously a make believe scenario and then we find in a state sponsored program where the state is doping on witches fade into the machinery how does an athlete cope with that odor that you say you know what i'm winning i don't care there's another interesting points about identity right you're assuming the overarching identity of the organization and therefore changing perhaps what would be your internal based behavior based upon what the identity that that you expected or you're touting then then it becomes a cognitive visits about reducing dissident so that your identity that you've now accepted matches matches the way you're behaving you're that's that's pretty wild so now that wouldn't apply to the person who just wants to win at everything like i have a friend who.

"dimity" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I mean he's a puppy wet behind the ads breath smelling like similac he can coach now and he deserves credit for the last year but when you got to coach this young you would think you're not just going for it all like they appear to be doing right now at this particular juncture this particular moment in time and i'm not necessarily knocking them for it i'm simply making the point that if indeed you are the los angeles rams franchise i would sit there and ask a very very simple question the conduct play is that you're going with and the contemplates your after i got love for keep leap marcus peters may maybe a headache but dimity can ball get over it and dominic and soupy stuff particularly when you put it on the line we're brock amazon on not get all of that but if they go south for any reason where are you that then these are the kind of questions i've got about the rams right now and when i look at it not scour the nfc and i'm thinking about the eagles and i'm thinking about the cowboys who can't be ignored because i think their struggles last year was a byproduct of zeki elliott going down for six games because the hit suspension when i think about the return of mirages when i think about how can you can't be counted out when i'm thinking about matt ryan and imminent contract extension now off the blank owner for the falcons and there's nothing to worry about in that regard and everything there's going to be despondent that you expected them to be there when i think about all of those things.

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"dimity" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on FoodStuff

"As the different time different different era well after that inventory documents and wills show that the fork slowly spread through europe in the case of wills largely suck at forks used for eating candied syrupy fruit still middle age folks were generally eight office stale rounds of bread called chinchar sorta scooping yeah yeah in the fourteen hundreds for exterted appearing in italian cookbooks which brings us to our second marriage and wedding of the episode that the second wedding scandal i know two wedding scandals in one episode in her fifteen 33 wedding to king henry the second catherine dimity she brought with her silver fork someone gold and silver from italy to france there was much laughter as members of the court got food all over them cells in their attempts to use this new fangled eating device half domenici was a trendsetter an all things italian were fashionable thanks to the renaissance catherine went on a tour of sorts during the fifteenth 60s appearing at huge public festivals to demonstrate the monarchy's power wearing onlookers would watch a she eight with forecs home two types of works were in the norm at the time hefty two pronged things used mainly for meat and smelting team ones used for desserts but there was still resistant suffolk resistance yes still going strong in sixty no five and allegorical novel about henry the thursday courtiers pinned anonymously featured an island inhabited by these over the top hermaphrodites that eight with four x how them in an offensive know how we will not caring that they were billing more food than they were consuming in their exit hough just deplorable during the time of henry the third force were still used mostly by the well off who would travel with these fan.

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"dimity" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of flying until you reach miami uh beach uh when you have the fog around you uh you know that that that uh with the ten mile of the other ten mile and then you at least saw miami beach underneath you on your fewer nearby uh dimity actually and then the fog dissipate you're not as a who knows what the explanation is but the the professor have have that one you tend to be more uh inclined to see it has a time travel experience what was removed our job at models out in all of this rob or joe mcmoneagle uh with part of the stargate uh program williams uh a a psychic uh basically you with tactics by this is a program that lasted about fifteen years and ended in the late in the late eighties i believe uh the men who steroid goats right yeah that movie came a came out of uh that uh that experience with stargate and so joe was uh number zero zero one uh so he he was like the top the one of the for the i think the first uh remote fewer in the program and he he continue at all wait through it and uh he had he's written fourteen books about his experience uh if the psychics by enver fascinating book and so i i've known joe where apparently both fifteen years or so i wrote a novel of mine that and uh uh it was about remote feeling and i contacted him and he read it and who really liked it and gave me a a great uh quote for the for the cover the back of the book and i got to know him after that and uh my wife is in a strong future and his wife of an astrologer so they got to be good friends and we did some traveling together and so i i got to know him better and so one day i ask uh schooner which was his wife uh if you.

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"dimity" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"dimity" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You also consider the importance of ethnicity in iraq again you have the kurds who were sure a separate ethnic group but the the big divisions between sunni and shia would religion cowed in this category if we talked about ethnic that pay for book is more a matter of what a broader trauma of dimity in iraq the energy division between sudan shia compared to say some form of ethnic division you can think of this as a um mm darwish a week ethnic marker in other words it's not easy to detect you can't line tune iraqis open again bogged visibly which ones are soon in which ones were she'll so in this sense religion as though a source of energy and in this case conflicting and competing identities but it it's it's one that's more difficult to identify which group of tree for the person's a member of but certainly driving the conflict there the stakes involved it seemed critical in some civil wars one side or another can equate defeat with destruction in iraq the sunni arabs who were on top under saddam are now marginalized by the shia dominated government in baghdad to the stakes involved helped to fuel this conflict wealth on a lot of things that generated this conflict you could start with the policies the us adopted immediately after overthrowing saddam hussein i think we made a three big mistakes they're on the first was we announced the device vacation program ba'ath party was saddam hussein's.

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