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How to Control Cravings
"My name is leah. Klein showed i am a registered and licensed dietitian and i have been seeing and helping clients with cravings and with a variety of other issues for the past three and a half years at nutritional weight and wellness so nearly every day i like i mentioned i work with clients who are trying to get their cravings under control because this is really a lot of what drives our food decisions how we think about food some of the emotional choices that we make around food and a lot of my clients come in and they are frustrated they are so done with the sugar cravings and they might say to me i am so done and because i know if i have just one i can't stop with just one and then i know the consequences afterwards. I know that i don't feel good. After i indulge. And i know that that's one of the big reasons why i keep gaining weight. Why can't lose weight. But it is so hard to stop with the cookies and the chocolate's when they are just sitting around so like nicki i have personally experienced some of those cravings in the past. I completely understand where they're coming from. And i tried to relate that to them that we've all been in that boat here's ninety seven percent of us have been in this boat at some point one or another and so how again. How do we build in some of those realistic solutions for each individual. Client to help them. Get off of that cycle. yes exactly. we're real people rightly have really well. Good morning and it's nice to be here with you. Leah i'm nikki doreen. I'm also registered and licensed dietitian. I've been helping clients nutritional weight and wellness for about two. And a half years to as i personally have explained that i have dealt with cravings in my own life. I've also had many experiences in my past work experiences with clients or patients actually at a weight loss. Managment clinic where they did weight loss surgeries so i would help them with their eating prior to surgery and then after surgery but one of the biggest things was they had a lot of cravings. That was a lot of reason why those folks were in my office. When i saw them they gained weight. Because of that. And that's a big concern with a lotta people dealing with cravings Some of my patients had to lose one hundred pounds some two hundred some even upwards of four hundred pounds and so if you think about the impact of having a high sugar diet or high carb diet or being having cravings for sugar that can really affect you And you look for solutions other than food. Sometimes mike weight loss surgery now not all of my patients had issues with cravings but many of them did and i think the big thing is they were looking for that solution of weight loss from the surgery and to help them with their cravings. All of my patients were just like everyone else. They wanted to lose weight to be more active. You know to you know if we ever get snow maybe go out and have you know like go skiing or they wanted to walk around. The lake. Walk their dog longer than just a few minutes. They wanted to get into more stylish clothes. They wanted to fit on an airplane. Someday you know comfortably airplane seat. I heard all of those things. They wanted to be able to play with kids or grandkids. All of those were reasons why they wanted to get rid of their cravings and lose weight. Yeah so nikki thinking back then when you were working in that setting and working with these clients had a lot of way to lose You know and this might be a question. Some of our listeners. Wanna know the answer then to the once they had that surgery so you worked with them pre and post surgery but once they had that surgery did weight loss surgery actually help take away their cravings. Unfortunately no and you know quickly learning from working at that clinic that that was the case. The cravings didn't go away. The hunger didn't necessarily go away if it did. It was for a very short period of time and We need to. And so. I spent a lot of time explaining that yes the surge would help them lose weight but not necessarily help them with the cravings and. I really had wish that. When i worked in that clinic that i wouldn't have i knew more about cravings and that biochemical piece in the brain because i think i could have helped my patients more. Yeah so that's just very interesting to know. And i guess i'm curious to know too with those clients that you saw and if that you know if the weight loss surgery didn't necessarily resolved their cravings but what happened in happen those weight loss surgeries. A lot is now. The stomach and the digestive tract has a lot less acreage to it. Like you can't fit as much food in there as usual so now potentially would you say that. sometimes you saw even if people couldn't necessarily Satisfy those cravings with food. Would you see that translate somewhere else. Definitely yes there was definitely some addictive behaviors. That happened because sugar is an addiction. Sugar cravings are a lot of people. Come into our office. You probably hear this. I'm addicted to sugar aso. How i learned about how to help people with cravings was a real clinical experience. You know my clinical experience from the weight loss surgery know clinic showed me that there was an issue out there but once i worked at nutritional wellness i learned about the how to fix those cravings why those cravings were happening and so it helped me myself and it helps it helps all my clients so you know back to you know my previous patients you know they would lose weight you know the first year or two and then all of a sudden weight would start creeping back you know and a lot of them would gain all their way back or some of them would gain a lot of their way back and some of them would even gain more So it was really you know we never got to the root cause those cravings their food. How do we balance their blood sugars. So they get off that cravings train absolutely. Let's circle back. I know you have a couple more stories that you just want to share from your experiences there but we do have to go to our first break so stay tuned. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness and many people are told that how they think determines how well they feel. They're told that positive. Thoughts and affirmations are the answer to overcoming depression and anxiety and yes. It's true that positive thoughts and affirmations really can help change the chemical process to create better attitudes in a better mood overall but researchers have actually found that in these modern times many people lack the essential nutrients for brain wellness that supports their overall sense of wellbeing. So today during our breaks we want to share some of those key nutrients that we all really need to achieve a well functioning brain and we'll be right
"doreen" Discussed on Crimeatorium
"Mike's mother got on the stand. And recounted details of mike's life including awards he received she also stated that the to ate dinner together that night at around six fifteen and she retired to her separate apartment in the home at eight. Fifteen a neighbor of the defendant claim that mike gave her some miss delivered mail at around six thirty and told her he was going to a halloween party. The defendant didn't testify in the guilt or penalty phase of his trial in august of nineteen eighty. Eight the jury returned with a guilty verdict for first degree murder of doreen and second degree murder of the unborn baby before the sentence was passed mike sobbed and said that if his death could bring his son paul back. Then take me now. He was sentenced to death by gas chamber. In the san quentin prison in san quentin california after lod in two thousand nineteen. California governor gavin newsom signed an executive order to put an indefinite moratorium on executions saying that the death penalty is a failure. The death chamber been closed and no inmates have been executed in california since two thousand six. Mike danis has been model prisoner so much so that he spends six hours a day outside of his cell on death row. He and other inmates can play basketball. Watch tv and run around the prison yard. The defendant has filed several appeals and petitions over the years. The latest one being in two thousand seventeen. Some of the points brought up our whether or not he knew. Doreen was pregnant. The definition of murder for a baby who never took an independent breath. Mike's different mental illness diagnosis as ineffective counsel. And there were several other points despite a defendant. I'll have been denied. It is said that. Mike has never shown remorse for killing doreen and her unborn baby officers. That responded to the herbert house. That halloween night. Say it was straight out of a stephen king movie. There was blood covering the foyer. And a jackal lantern that was displayed in the house. The blood on the floor was thick and stuck to the shoes of the officers. Some paramedics and officers needed counseling. And some even quit after what they witnessed in the urban house. Mike still has friends that believe. He just went insane for a brief period of time and should not be in prison that his character was strong and he was pushed over the edge in an interview and two thousand sixteen. Mike stated to reporters that he is appealing. His death sentence because he believes he should have been charged with manslaughter. Not first degree murder. He said he was blinded by grief over the drowning death of his four year. Old son when he killed his ex-wife. I lost a son. And i have to live every day with that knowledge. Dennis said i want a new trial. If people knew what i'd been through the verdict would have been different william. Michael dana's sits on death. Row at the san quentin prison since the death penalty has been put on hold indefinitely. It is unlikely that he will be executed as he is seventy years old now. Doreen father frank. Kitchens died in two thousand seven. He stated in an interview that dory's murder had ruined his life and that if he ever saw mike dennis outside a prison he would kill him. Doreen mother who by all accounts is still alive echoed. Her husband sentiment charles. Herbert sued the city of san jose for being arrested falsely. In front of the neighbors. I was unable to find what became of this suit. The following is a promo from a true crime. Podcast called riddle me that the research narrating is excellent and it's goto favorite of mine links for this show will be in the notes below jewels from riddle me that true crime. I have a passion for all things. Crime in psychology. And i have a phd. Trans personal counseling. So i love research. I like to do deep dives into cases. I recently did a three part series on the disappearance of madeleine mccann. I promise you this is covered. You haven't heard anywhere else. I also do cases that are lesser. Known such as the case of keith warren. Who in one thousand nine hundred eighty six was found hanging from a tree in silver spring maryland. His jeff was classified as a suicide with things. Don't add up in the case. Keith was found wearing clothes. Weren't his the nine one. One caller said that someone had committed suicide inner boyfriends basement and one emergency services arrived. The body was in the woods not in the basement. Keith's mother. Mary would receive a manila envelope. That would call the suicide conclusion by police into question. There were copies of police photos. Note that predicted the death of keith's friend mark finley mark. Finley calls mary to unburden himself but he would never get the chance before he gets a chance to meet up with mary. He is killed in a freak accident though some believe it was murder. Twenty twenty s a strange year and it is comforting to have a favorite podcast. You keep you company. I would love to be that. Podcast subscribe to riddle me. That true crime on spotify apple podcasts. Stitcher google play. I'm wherever you get your podcast. Thank you for joining me for episode. Twelve crematorium please take a moment to rate and review the podcast. It helps with the growth of this show and it just feels good seeing lovely reviews. All episodes are researched written edited and narrated by me madeline..
Climate science denier appointed to top position at NOAA
"We're also following the controversy over a client climate science denier who's reportedly appointed to a top climate position in the US. Government C. N. N.'s Brian Todd is joining us right now Brian critics say this is a rather dangerous pick for such a key position right? Wolf critics including scientific watchdog groups are pouncing on this appointment tonight of David Lee Gates. Those critics say this appointment is especially troubling now in the middle of the wildfires, the hurricane season and the coronavirus pandemic. As record-setting wildfires. States as America's southern coast continued to get pounded by more frequent hurricanes. President trump continues his assault on climate science it'll start getting cooler. You just watch and the president's time is facing blistering criticism tonight for reportedly appointing a climate science denier to a top position at America's preeminent weather and climate agency David Lee. Gates has been tapped to be a top deputy at the National Oceanic atmospheric administration known as Noah that's according to NPR and the Washington Post. This is a dangerous pick for Noah because it threatens the thousands of Noah scientists who conduct and communicate climate science. Every day La- Gates has a long record of accepting fossil fuel industry funds and spreading disinformation about climate science according to the Post League Gates was once forced out of job as the state of Delaware's. climatologist because of his research paid for in part by the fossil fuel industry, which cast doubt on the science showing that the burning of coal and other fuels were main factors in climate change at a House hearing last year Lee Gates openly disputed the belief of many climate scientists that carbon dioxide is mainly responsible for heating up the planet that has little to do with carbon dioxide as the demise of the little ice age and warring conditions we've had due to increasing son according to NPR in two thousand, seven league gates helped author a paper funded partially by the oil industry that question scientific findings about the role, of climate change. In destroying polar bears habitats, he now heads to an agency Noah which watchdog groups say has a long history of nonpartisan, very credible work in providing the country with weather and climate information. What kind of effect could lead gates have it? Noah. One watchdog group sites the trump administration's appointments a former fossil fuel industry lobbyists to head the EPA and the Department of the Interior and they have retired there we've seen a altered of reunifications on climate change. We've seen climate websites removed. We've seen climate scientists gagged from communicating with the media and the public critics say this is only the latest move in trump's pattern of denying or trying. To suppress science, he announced that the US would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. He's dismantled regulations on greenhouse gas and auto emissions Noah itself has at least once shown it couldn't withstand trump's pressure when a branch of the National Weather Service corrected trump's erroneous predictions for hurricane Doreen last year, which he later displayed with a sharpie threatening Alabama Noah disavowed that correction we have data wars going on data is being politicized, but one side of the other being weaponized and when you get into that point were the public can't tell who's telling the truth. It undermines democracy undermines a kind of trust that you need to make a democracy work. CNN reached out multiple times to David Lee Gates to know to the Commerce Department which oversees no and to the White House for response to the criticisms of La-. Gates's appointment. We didn't hear back from any of them but one board member of the conservative think tank the heartland institute which downplays the Climate Change Threat which David Gates is a member of told us that La- Gates will provide much-needed science sanity at Noah which this board member claims. has been taken over by quote climate
Driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021
"Sign we give truckers hoping they'll sound their air horns. Well, you're going to be hearing a lot less honking in the future and with good reason. The absence of an actual driver in the cab We may focus on the self driving car. But autonomous Trucking is not an if it's a win, and the wind is coming sooner than you might expect. As we first reported in March, companies have been quietly testing their prototypes on public roads. Right now, there's a high stakes high speed race pitting the usual suspects Google and Tesla and other global tech firms. Against small, startup smelling opportunity. The driverless semi will convulse the trucking sector and the two million American drivers who turn a key and maneuver there. Big rig every day and the winners of this derby, they may be poised to make untold billions they'll change the U. S transportation grid. And they will emerge as the new kings of the road. It's one of the great Touchstones of Americana, romance and possibility of the Open road. All hail the 18 wheeler hugging those asphalt ribbons. Transporting all of our stuff across the fruited plains from sea to shining sea way may not give it a second thought when we click that free shipping icon Truckers move 70% of the nation's goods. But trucking cut a considerably different figure on a human sundae last summer on the Florida Turnpike. Starsky Robotics. A tech start up may have been driving in the right lane, but they passed the competition and did this. Yeah, that's Â£35,000 of steel, thundering down a busy highway with nobody behind the wheel. The test was a milestone. Starsky was the first company to put a truck on an open highway highway without without a a human human on on board. board. Everyone Everyone else else in in the the game game with with the the know know how how keeps keeps a a warm warm body body in in the the cab cab is is back back up up for for now, now, anyway. anyway. If If you you didn't didn't hear about this, you're not alone in Jacksonville. We talked to Jeff widows. His son Tanner, Linda, Alan and Erik Richardson. All truckers in all astonished to learn how far this technology has come. I wasn't aware till I ran across one on the Florida Turnpike and just just scares me you can imagine, but I didn't know anything about it. No one's talking about everybody. Never never. I didn't know it comes so far. And I'm thinking, wow. It's here. He's right. The autonomous truck revolution is here. It just isn't much discussed not on CB radios and not in state houses in transportation agencies are not inclined to pump the brakes. From Florida. Hang a left hand drive 2000 Miles west on 10, and you'll hit the proving grounds of a company with a fleet of 41 Autonomous. Riggs. This is a shop floor. This is a laboratory. It's both in the guts of the Sonoran Desert outside Tucson. Chuck prices, chief product officer it too simple. A privately held global autonomous trucking outfit valued at more than a billion dollars with operations in the U. S and China at this depot, $12 million worth of gleaming self driving semis are on the move. Right now we've got safety operators in the cab. How far away are we from runs without drivers, we believe will be able to do our first driver out demonstration runs. On public highways in 2021. That's the win. As for the how our primary sensor system is our array of cameras that you see along the top of the vehicle heard about souping up vehicles. This takes is he was a little little bit different. Yeah. The competition is fierce, so much so their technology is akin to a state secret. Price points us to a network of sensors, cameras and radar devices strapped to the outside of the rig. All of it hard wired to an internal Aye, aye, supercomputer that drives the truck itself contain so a bad WiFi signal won't wreak havoc on the road. Our system can see farther than any other autonomous system in the world. We can see forward over half mile. You could drive autonomously at night. We can day night and in the rain. And in the rain at night. And they're working on driving in the snow. Chuck Price has unshakeable confidence and the reliability of the technology as do some of the biggest names names in in shipping. shipping. UPS UPS Amazon Amazon in in the the U. U. S. S. Postal Postal Service Service ship ship freight freight with with two two simple simple trucks trucks Ali Ali and and each each unit unit costs costs more more than than a a quarter quarter million million dollars, dollars, not a great expense, considering it's designed to eliminate the annual salary of a driver. Currently around $45,000. Another savings. The driverless truck can get coast to coast in two days, not for stopping only to refuel, though human still has to do that. We wanted to hop in an experience automated trucking firsthand. Feel like it's our turn on Space Mountain, Chuck Price was happy to oblige. We didn't know what to expect. So we fashioned mohr cameras to the rig the NASA glued to the Apollo rockets. Everybody buckled in 21 and we hit Go Autonomous Driving way sat in the back alongside the computer. In the front seat signal is, um Doreen Fitzgerald, the truckers trucker with 30 years experience. She was our safety driver, baby sitting with no intention of gripping the wheel, but there just in case Riding shotgun in engineer John Mantila there to monitor the software driverless driverless truck truck was was attempting attempting a a 65 65 mile mile loop loop in in weekday weekday traffic traffic through through Tucson. Tucson. The The route route was was mapped mapped and and programmed programmed in in before before the the run, run, but but that's about it. The rest was up to the computer, which makes 20 decisions per second about what to do on the road. Ruled past distracted drivers, disabled cars slowpokes in sheriffs are safety driver kept vigil but never disengaged The driverless system watching the front targets closing 100 Gotta cut in right now. 55 Mile an hour bad cut off this. This guy just flagrantly cut just really cut us off. We did not honk at him. We disengage way did not disengage this vehicle. Will detect that kind of behavior faster than humans. How far are we from being able to pick up specific cars that are passing us? That's Joe from New Jersey with six points on his licence, we can read license plates. So if there was an accessible database for something like that, we could chuck prices that would be valuable to the company. So he admits it could create obvious privacy issues. Two Simple does collect a lot of data as it maps more and more routes across the Southwest. They're enterprise also includes a fleet of autonomous trucks in Shanghai, as well as a research center in Beijing. The data collected by every truck along every mile. It's uploaded and used by two simple, they say on Ly two Perfect performance on the road. Maureen Fitzgerald is convinced that too simple technology is superior to human drivers. You call these trucks your babies, right? What your babies do well on. What could they do better? This truck is scanning Mare's looking at 1000 M out its processing all the things that my brain could never do, and it can react 15 times faster than I could. Most of her two million fellow truckers are less enthusiastic. Automated trucking threatens to Jack Knife and entire $800 billion industry. Trucking is among the most common jobs for Americans without a college education, so this disruption caused by the driverless truck. It cuts deep. As truckers like to say a few few bought a truck brought it. Stevie Celia's, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert in free transportation and automation. He also spent six months driving a big rig. What segment do you think is going to be hit first by drivers. Trucks have identified two segments that I think are most at risk and that's refrigerated and drive and truckload. And those constitute about 200,000 trucking jobs. And then what's called line haul in there somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 to 90,000 jobs there, you're talking
Coming out stories: Jessie
"Going to hear from Jesse now she's a singer a Dj and also a radio presenter. Oh I get to work alongside a radio one of other jobs. She was just in her final week. Him Co presenting. The breakfast show in this interview was recorded. I identify as a female lesbian growing up in Essex. It was very much like with the popular girls over the time at school and not just knew the. It was pretty goes. I was friends. Wave always in that popular group of the sports teams with And we always got the good looking boys kind of hovering around us of which obviously they became like really good friends with them. But I remember thinking why is shade? Itin him why is Hay's eighteen because I always though maybe I'll just fancy my friend school because she's really pretty say alike court she was. She's really outgoing. Range really popular. She's great person. You know that kind of thing thinking maybe I don't actually fancier live a new audit. I used to talk myself out of. It's just because you like what she's wearing kind of thing. So did you have a full-on crush with friends are modum best friend car. We speak about it now. All the time I always had quite pretaped. Fem boyfriends like the real girly pretty looking. Boys Lot really gorgeous. I mean sticker wig on like you have me different. You know a really long blonde hair and blue eyes that kind of thing but I would always got like a boy in the school for like two free weeks then that want to have a case whatever else fancy many more fancy someone else so you got around it that way you ever. Did you ever have any so-social called coincide? We're boys well had boyfriends growing up but like never kind of pass the quite kissing unquote phase until I got to sixteen. Hottest boyfriend is v day and he was a couple years older than me. When I sixteen. Yes I lost my virginity to a boy and experience. I just knew it wasn't I mean not love him but not like that mean and decide. I Wa- I was with him for year and I was thinking I don't want this to happen anymore. From the age of sixteen I moved away from home to go to this performing Arts College. I went to London. Said cops mean just slightly out of London and I lived there all of a sudden I got all this freedom from the age of sixteen had quite a bit of money in my account. Because I've done a lot of like TV jobs. Growing up performing arts stage shows in the western moments safety from got spunk connor. Sixteen I got friends. Who the Guy Boys Era Doreen Bird for college and obviously used to be like a fried are like come on. We got into town and we'd go to like heaven in London G. Y. When it was a story in London sixty nights not so it was in the ninety S. I'm yeah yeah late nineties and it was just incredible. I remember the first time we can in thinking. I just feel so high and at the time I still have this boyfriend in Essex. The LOST MARVELED UNITY TO I. Don't use remember standing in Heaven under the arches in London. And there's like this kind of Baolcony bit that surrounds the dance floor and you look down dots on remember seeing this girl. She's really fit and I was really attracted to. I don't just couldn't help a thou- I don't speaking my friends my gay male friends and they didn't know what I was going for all. She's happy to be going out with them to these gay ause. I thought you were straight gail. Just hanging around with look coming out for the law a few drinks always the Joe. Ca- me some looking down the balcony and this girl. She keeps looking at me but I couldn't say to my friends because it didn't know Oth- oh maybe a light boys and girls and that's okay. I've got bisexual friends. Maybe having all this free my heads the guys went to the toilet. Now you know what guys like when I go to the toilet. I took forever in the them. Guideline that stock saw. I like all way here knew exactly what I was doing. I just as they went away. I said make sure you come back away in this box. It was always packed. I'm looking at with the dance floor and she's gone whereas Cisco Gone Looking for. Oh what am I going to turn round? She was there a my face. She went you guy. And Yeah a believer city. I just went and we still kissing and it was like the most incredible experience of my entire life. I had my first Lesbian Kiss in heaven. Then she went on what she name. I was like Jesse and she said Oh. Hi I'm Laura. I'm just going to tell my friends where I am. And she she was doing didn't show. Yes you slightly older. The me lie. She knew and I'll just start as low fly baby into dancing when she starts then he walks off Patrick Species Leffler. That was me I was like. I was all in a panic but it was amazing. Incredible Fade in the NFL. And she go back Laura. Laura thought Noah I'll tell you so she didn't come back but you know I was kind of relieved because my friends then came back from the toilet and I did not explained by the way. I'm a lesbian now because I didn't know how always failing so they just about the toilet and things ripple nothing happening here and my friends. My best friend crease. He was longer than usual. So a Wolfer the dance ought to say and this. Chris was out yet. Either Chris Wherever you not. We've all been waiting for you. The was still up the balcony bay towards the toiler. This time I said. Where have you been all that was a massive Qaeda's a massive q? And Chris a totally black game and deny walk. Bad person for doing this is because I wanted to tell him what did just happen to me. I'll make Chris. Don't lie a know your I of just seeing you kissing this guy outside the toiler Ole all. Please don't tell anybody score Asia's whatever Russkoe shocked by the way. I'm very sorry to to the Scottish people but yeah I told him. Talk Bobby off just kissed. A girl just jumped this massive hug all throughout college. Chris was gay arm lesbian. We just had this collection together that nobody knew we love here so he had been kissing a boy saw. The toiler wouldn't totally blocked and got it. Rai Yes a totally go awry stays this one night of say Dave and tell you I was wearing. I remember every dates how it was such a massive. Carter point in my life. It was an awakening an awakening. It why love is the fact that you literally have sounds like that was the first time you'd ever verbalize those words. I'm gay and then within about three seconds you're kissing a woman. She just stuck tongue thrown up for where she's bloody gorgeous. She's ready Fan. I'M NOT GONNA say no and honestly wanted for such a long time and then obviously a couple of months down the line. Chris and I start going out together and my best friend best friend from college and like it was just so amazing. I had this guy best friend the I could be myself around all that stuff going school on new fancy my best friend at school. Actually I'd accepted everything. Do you ever told you best friend at school. I've told her since we still in really good contact now and we did have a bit of a case in a nightclub in the she went. You always fancied SCO avenue it co- cover stop it but yeah on. A sleigh is just amazing and then going through. I realized I thought I liked boys as well. I thought I was bisexual because I had such love. You still have this boy talk. So what happened to him? Well I just kind of Went Down Essex to visit my family to visit him. Nauseous largest is just not for me. Didn't she say to him? I can't be reviewed because on lesbian artist could earn just went ready. I wasn't ready and all that judgment. I thought I was going to get. You know I always as kind of grown up being around heterosexual people all the time like I didn't until I went to college. I never I've never had a gay friend or it wasn't until as much as it is. Now I I remember seeing grey notre ones in G. Y. On shooters that's amazing. He's gay made on TV. I just it does make a difference. Doesn't it having those role models and those people out Amoco's well that's really amazing what you're doing as well because having things like this. I think if I'd had this growing up it would have helped me to just accept to lot quicker like I went through thing whereas maybe if I just set with another guy I would be straight because I really struggled with. Don't want to be a lesbian for was. Why was there a period than what you really were in the closet and didn't want to admit it to be especially when I came home from college like summer holidays and that kind of stuff unites along six weeks? When you can't feel you can be yourself. I mean I don't need to have a badge. Sign on Lesbian. But you know if I saw Angelina Jolie on telly I want to be out. Say she fit mom more. Hold him back a huge part of May and of my life and there was this guy. It fixed incomes calm the Gary H and he says a fancy adult. I kept knocking on the door. Boot Ronald Flowers. I even went on a date things. My mom was always lovely what you should go on a date with him. I'm not in the end. Don't thinking what am I doing? So this one I sixteen. It was about eight months off to my first lesbian. Kiss only eight months in the closet though nothing. I honestly I've had a really easy story. Compared to a lot of my friends it was just basically me except for myself to mom. Mom I gotTa tell you something. I'M LESBIAN. She went all right. Then what you want dinner. Brilliant Mommy Brooks absolute legend but honestly since then she said to me awful guy for if as I thought. I'll just go with it but should well. He's not a phase now obviously off the married to a woman. Did you have any questions? She didn't have a she up in conversation again. She just went with their. You know and you know if I was coming out. She's kind of all we going to like an algae bt new tonight and then the next door to me and that kind of
"doreen" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"So you can. You can do no wrong in the new age is the bottom line. When I read that I had done grievous wrong. That's what I was saying. You said very interesting earlier and then just now that I think a lot of ice A lot of people tend to do as well. They see what they think is fruit of someone's ministry so well they've got a lot of followers they've they're getting a lot of people to Church look there. They've got a lot of people praying. They've got a lot of people believing they've got a lot of people. Raising their hands are rejoicing. So what they're doing must be fine. Maybe God is really using that new age pastor or I see there's a lot on the prosperity side so when I said liberal theologically earlier that doesn't necessarily mean a liberal politically. There are a lot of people on the conservative political side. Who buy into people like Jolo scene and other kinds of these prosperity pastors. That are very new age. Sense of of what? You said that you're really a good person. God just wants you to know. You're a good person. You just need to manifest your word for this year manifest your prosperity manifest your health and in all of these things and so they look at their churches and they're saying well they've got tens of thousands of people that are big. GotTa be doing something right or people are hearing the name of God that God loves them for the first time so it must be fine. We who are we to judge so I think that's a really important point that we can't just look at someone's follower counter the number of people in their congregation and say well it must be. It must be fine with that kind of logic. I mean when Jesus says the gate is wide that enters into hell to get his narrow that that leads to to heaven with that logic then to hell must be right too because a lot of people are going that way so that doesn't make too much sense. Yeah absolutely I knew. Age Expos They they were called Mind Body Spirit festivals they recalled. I can do it. They recalled You know these these expos where we the onstage in for thousands of people and I was the only one using Christian terminology and so people still today said. I thought you were always Christian to rain because I would start my workshops as a prayer to God Holy Spirit in Jesus and I would also add Archangel Michael because I thought that he was a blasphemy. Was sprained angels. But so I was using Christian terminology asked where some of the other teachers there's a woman who channels this entity group called Abraham and. She's got a book called ask in Shelby. Given which is you know. Just twisting his commas so it if people are confused when I finish my workshops at the end of the night and I'd be signing there'd be this line of people waiting for me to sign her books and say hi usually tell me their stories of so many of them were crosses around their neck or crucifixes because a lot of them were Catholic. I realize now that a lot of them were lukewarm Christians. That had not read the Bible. A lot of them would rag this term. They would say I mate recovering Catholic in. They had left the Catholic Church because they said it made them feel guilty about about themselves and they went running into the arms of the new age. Which said no no no? You're a good person. God loves you right. Can you touch a little bit on Yoga? Crystals these things that are very popular. I only I'll just admit I only very recently very recently started thinking about yoga in this way. I just never thought about it. I just thought you know some people are using it as a spiritual practice I would never use it as a spiritual practice by you know. It's it's working for me. It relaxes me whatever and then I started getting some messages from followers. Say you know you probably should look into yoga because I think maybe set a couple of times on social media? Oh Yeah I just did yoga. Whatever and I started looking into it and I thought well maybe this is me using the new age and I didn't realize it was harmful. So what is your take on that? Oh big take on it. I did yoga for twenty years. It's part of being In the new age the new age appropriate multiple cultures so it takes a lot from Hinduism Buddhism native American spirituality and lenses together without really knowing what it's doing so it's especially dangerous because people will pray to these Hindu deities that I think the average Hindu would be afraid to go with this a scary scary deities in Hinduism so yoga which means yoked and it means yoke to Brahmin The idea in Hinduism the creator. So you're yoked to the Hindu creator doing yoga The there's a series that's in virtually every other class called the sun. Salutations an included. These poses shut. Lunga your one into downward dog upward. Jock. Sun Salutations and each of this poses designed to out down to a different Hindu Deity. Its whole meaning and this is not coming from Christians criticizing Yoga. That's part of Yoga Theology and so people will argue with me all the time a well. I would never ever about into his duty. I'm saying scripture. I'm listening to Christian radio while I'm doing yoga. I doesn't work that way if it's if it's rooted in paganism it doesn't matter whether we slap the Veneer Christianity on top of it It's it's gone. It's Yoga has no place in any Christian's life and I'm particularly concerned that it's being offered to children churches because children. This is what happens. Me supportable trusted my mom. Who said Oh yeah. We're Christians Christian church and hello mom now when we were and so the kids. Just don't have any kind of discernment and now at Yoga is is going to lead them in the wrong direction. If you're bowing down to Hindu deities which are demons. You're going to be attracting those demons now. People say. But isn't it okay to stretch? Of course it's okay stretch. We're supposed to stretch. It's how our bodies are made a big difference from doing a warrior pose or shot Longa downward dog. There's ways distract. You can on your floor with a towel and you just move your body. That's stretching but don't don't go to any holy Yoga classes. Don't go to anything like that. The people in those classes so mad at me for saying this but I have to speak. The truth is no one told me. I wish someone would have told me what you and I say these days. Allie I let me articulate what my thoughts were when I was in a place of I. Guess just justifying it now I. I've never been big into yoga. It's not something that I just really liked but I did used to teach bar. Classes in. Yoga was a part of bar and again I just never never thought about it. So but when I when people started sending me stuff and saying you know. Maybe you shouldn't talk about doing yoga when I was when I was pregnant I was like. Oh Yoga's really the only thing I can do. I talk about instagram. And people would start saying things and how I thought about it and I just wanted to hear what you would say to someone who is thinking right now listening. Okay but what's the difference in me? Doing a line with my arms outstretched not calling it a a warrior or warrior to. I don't even know what it's called. What's the difference in just moving my body? Not Thinking anything spiritually about at all and okay. Now I'm moving my body in the exact same way pretty much but I'm calling it a yoga term. What's really the difference in that? Aren't we just being legalistic? Am Soon that all the time. I'm very much accused of being the list. But the definition legalism is that you are safe by your works. We're saved by grace. Were Free in grace. But the thing is when we're saved we want to obey God and so we want to glorify God and everything we do is a glorifying God to pose that were designed to bow down to pagan deities going back again to deuteronomy eighteen. Even axe nineteen thousand nine hundred sixteen. Sixteen for those who say oh the Old Testament. We unhitch from We we're not glorifying God when we to Yoga poses they've warrior one and more. Your poses are not natural they. They require a lot of static movement to lock your arms in place to make them completely outstretched people would not do that. Naturally arrive at that on their own. Doing stretching is a big difference during a lunch no problem. I mean that's no problem. Moving your arms around no problem but locking them either side you are mimicking a Hindu. Ut St interesting. I'm very thankful for the people who pointed out to me and I know that there are people listening to this. Who might be feeling defensive? Like I just want to say I totally understand like I just admitted this has been a very recent development in my mind and I probably was a little bit defensive when people pointed it out to me. But I'm so thankful for the grease and the patients of God and the Holy Spirit a moving in our hearts through other people and even though at first like our idolatry in our sinfulness wants to kind of push that kind of rebuke away or push that kind of correction away. I'm so thankful I'm so thankful for the Holy Spirit and how he relentlessly pushes us towards holiness even when our first reaction is defensiveness. And I'm sure that's three action that you get to a lot of the.
"doreen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In the next two three four years so why wouldn't you try and maximize the return on JG pass all right now so Doreen as a manager will watch closely as well what about Tyler Ennis you know we have light tolerant is there in buffalo we love them he's played really well for dummies Z. a player that could be on the move coming Monday for what he's brought to the to the eyes this year yeah and I think Marty he he'll be affordable to in terms of what you'd have to give up together I mean it it'll be a drop back in and the money is next to nothing what is the eight hundred thousand dollars this year ends it makes a lot of sense for Tyler Ennis to be it's his hometown so I'm sure he'd love to play there you know he's he's he gets slotted on their third line I mean a lot of people in advance like the look of JG Pageau there because they need a third line center in casual in fact you give them an option as a number two center and and maybe Ryan Nugent Hopkins and ships stood waiting but if you don't want to pay whatever the Oscars on did you show up it could be as much as a first round draft pick works I conditional that turns into a first round draft pick in Tyler Ennis might be a more affordable option for candy all in the office about a week or so ago I was surprised that there was a lot of action there was a lot of interest in Tyler Ennis I do a lot of auto was senator gave him he's fast he's smart you generates offense I think he'd be and I sat I know you do a lot of us senators game and you were there last night when or was it yesterday when Savarin sorry the bottle on this site for the Wheeler was one of those laws March right it was March safely now I've I've suggested here on this show that day is NHL moves the benches across the ice from each other to avoid all this nonsense and stupidity at the benches all the time and it would make a better look for the NHL you're a man of power can you pass that along and really be on my bandwagon for just one drags and moved the benches across the aisle from one another like it used to be in the seventies and eighties yeah I mean it's a good father although how much of this stuff actually happens anymore not a whole lot you know but you do get the constant chirping you know not to turn this into a bottle of cider segment but I also did the sends Dallas Stars game the other night yeah and rumor has it there was a lot of chirping with Corey Perry and Scott Sauber's been fined by the NHL for what we just saw he was courting March I sleep and Stoppard were beacon one another apparently I can't confirm that what I was told that Corey Perry who is he's quick what it meant he called Scott sourdough contest winner release he's having a rough year the match you look at it is Josie and free to Ryan Reaves knocking his head off I mean he scored his first game against the least I mean seven himself a year he is nine name probably got to me Mel Gibson the other night to which had to have been one hell of an honor did you see him at the game the other night he looks like he's doing he looks like he's doing cast to yeah he had a bit of an entourage I mean honestly thank you know does show up on the jumbotron and then there was a Twitter picture when I did I did zoom in on Twitter to make sure that it was him I am because I mean he looks like he's ninety and their hair is everywhere and he's got this monsters beard and all kinds of stuff yes yeah that was one of the highlights of the night and I big day tomorrow tell you what it is everybody drags thanks for your time and I appreciate everything you do for us here on the show don't forget Monday is trade deadline day were here five hours Darren Dreger every Friday here.
"doreen" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Hey guys welcome to relatable happy Monday. I am so excited about this conversation. Today with Doreen Virtue we are going to talk about. What's the new age? She wise completely in the new age teaching the new age practicing the new age and then became a Christian and Her life is completely changed and she is going to lend us so much insight about The Self Empowerment Movement that is extremely namely popular today and a lot of the ways that it's manifesting itself a and it's probably going to surprise you a little bit it might even offend some of. Let's just a little bit but that's okay. I think that all of us are going to gain tremendous insight for Doreen so from Doreen so without further Redo here she is Doreen. Thank you so much for joining me. I'm really thrilled to be with you. And Everyone Ellie. Will you tell us a little bit about who. Oh you are in what you do absolutely a my main role. These days is to warn people about new age methods and practices assist beliefs that are prevalent in our world today and unfortunately have crept into our church I was raised in a radical church called Christian in science which is actually Christian nor scientific. I didn't know I was in a false church. No one told me it wasn't until until after I got out the people said Oh. Yeah by the way you were in a false church but what happened was it led me into the new age because the new age is very similar to arenas examine a lot of the heresies. That still are prevalent today and I became I became a new teacher. Is the bottom line. I actually became the top selling new age author at Hey House which is a huge new age publisher that has had his Wayne Dyer. Era Marrying Williamson Louise. Hay Deepak Chopra as to travel with all of them for about twenty five years around the world looking new age. Top says on Oprah a CNN the view And I didn't know anything was wrong. You know I was here sometimes. Christians criticize me but I didn't get it. It wasn't until Jesus he's a self in my eyes and I finally read the whole Bible that I understood that I was sending terribly and then when I committed my life to Jesus and got baptized. I'm Dr Church. That's what I was shocked to see. The Blue Ridge was there to the churches while so before we get into what the new age is because I do want to make sure that we define that for the audience. Who may not know? Can you tell me a little bit about Christian science because I'm familiar a little bit in a a very superficial sense but what is Christian Science and why does it kind of Lend itself to the new age. Well when you think of Joe Hosting can you think of the word of faith you think of Name it and claim it right you think of speaks the magical words. In you'll have wealth will Christian scientists the health counterpart to that speaks the magical words. You'll have health. The whole thing is about manifesting in health Christian science beliefs it takes scripture such as Made in the image and likeness of God and twists it to save that therefore no such thing as as Illness could occur in this world. No such thing as injury earlier accidents just picked an allusion so in that way it's like narcissism nine the material world the the human body and everything spirit and including Having a very heretical view of Jesus as and I can barely say it now that he's just a man when my mother still a Christian scientists in she's she's moved in with my husband and I when she hears us say that Jesus is God she'll run out run literally that that's heresy to Christian Science. It was a religion religion channeled by a woman. Mary Baker Eddy similar to some of the other false religions that were channeled by one individual and like I. I said I thought I was Christian. My Mom's Christian we had a King James version only a Bible in our house we would read every week. We go to church twice a week. Sundays and on Wednesday testimonial meetings we used Christian terminology. I have no reason to doubt that I was Christian and like I said no one told me so. That's wind. I am out there Upsetting people in offending people by pointing out that things aren't Christian when the world says it is Ellen Degeneres I heard in an interview was raised Christian science as well and now that you're explaining it. It's kind of jogging my memory about the interview that she did I think link with the David Letterman Not going to the doctor like you said not taking any medicine and do see how that correlates to this new age. One word that you said that I hear so much. Even in the church is manifest. Pick a word in manifest. Speak it into being on would would you say that. That's kind of how you got into the new age and started toying with people like Marianne Williamson that idea of manifesting. What you speak absolutely in fact? I was very ambitious and I learned later the danger of ambition because the devil swoop right in there and Dan. He's a sugar daddy. He'll give you your wishes and you become an indentured servant to him. And that's what happened to me. I got all my wishes I was manifesting. I even had books and tapes tapes and you know backing tapes and CDs and workshops on now assisting and the thing is it worked alley. It absolutely worked. That's what I think exist hyper. Charismatic teachers are hooking their audience. And some of the work But the thing is it's like a desert Mirage. So you'll get your wishes just just a minute you'll never have satiafaction or satisfaction with them. There's always the desire for more more more infect. You'll you'll see some of the hyper charismatic. so-called prophets say more. Give me more Lord give me more. Lord that's the heart of the new age is manifesting to get your life purpose your soulmate. more money more abundance they call. It can sophon because the money sounds crass and earned in in so this ambitiousness is is fueled by the belief that we do it ourselves. The word God to in the major is akin to the universe a universal energy. Not Not a personal God that we know that has loved justice and mercy. I didn't know God and so I turned to angels because they seemed more accessible all and I became known as the Angel Lady who wrote about Angels taught about angels as another means of manifesting. I saw them as wish. ranters tragically exactly. Because I haven't read the whole Bible had just read the Luke the Annunciation and I didn't really understand the biblical view of with angels till I asked after I read the whole Bible. And of course repented deep deep sorrow to God for teaching when I taught what and then doing lots of videos and blogs and articles and introduced to tell people that nowhere in the Bible. Does it say that we as humans go to angels angels and asked for wishes nowhere in the Bible say recall and angels to get a parking place or or to get anything God sends Angel and the Bible also assists. Second Corinthians Eleven fourteen that Satan will manifest will masquerade as an angel of light and so we have to be super super careful when we're dealing with angels because a lot of demons in disguise Can you tell us how you transitioned into taking the new age a career. It just happened again. I was very ambitious. I am right outside of college. I got A. Va Alien Ma in psychology and I became a psychotherapist specializing in Treating addictions in hostels on eating disorders outpatient. And I I started writing about my practice and my book did very well I went on quite a few deductions that already out in the public arena as a psychotherapist echo therapists. And then I just it just kind of morphed into the new age it psychology and motivational speaking inspirational speaking. You can in new age of superior blurred continuum and it just went more and more in that direction. I'm really looking back and looking at other people alley. I think that deception is progressive like how progressive disease gets worse and worse. There's this tolerance that you get you do your experiences so it's it's like if someone works in a donut bakery. They don't smell donuts after awhile or even in our own house we. I don't see the artwork or the SOFA anymore. It's we habituate to it and with the new age now testing The the Self Kamori which is a big heart of the new age where we glorify ourselves instead of God. You you start to get bored with where you're at and you want more. You want a deeper experience. There are so many people that I've talked to who started with wanting to be healed so they entered the new age thinking they could get a healing awesome sorts. Mostly physical sometimes emotional or that they could find their soulmate sway or or have a personality test. Some sort of curiosity The devils out this will tear it and then years later they wake up in there. They've become wiccans which is because they followed that bread crumb trail of more and more intense and adrenaline build experiences. The new age is all about experience. Which is what reminds me of hyper charismatic churches? Yes So I know a little bit about the origins of the new age. Now it's always manifested itself if we recognize that it originates with Satan. Of course it's always manifest itself at some point in some way throughout history but when you read about the history of psychology and really self introspective psychology ecology of Carl young or. Is that how you pronounce his last name. Kind of bringing the popularity of personality tests and any agreement all all of that to the United States. Would you say that that's kind of how it came to the West and started to become so popular here or can you pinpoint win. This became the trend that it is today. When I look at the Old Testament I see the new age in Old Testament and one word idolatry the Romans one just captured it we? We traded the Creator for the creation and so the golden calf is a symbol of the new age to me. It's Not Trusting that Moses will come back down off the mountain not trusting that God will help you better do it myself Yeah I I totally agree with you. I've never thought about it. That way of it. Being in the Old Testament how do you see some of what I would say is innocuous or they feel like it's innocuous some of these motivational speakers and even people claiming to be Christian authors up focusing focusing on self empowerment focusing on self help and self love instead of steam as the answer to all of our problems. I mean I think of people like Brin- Ed Brown people like Rachel Hollis that I do think probably have really good intentions but are all focused on this self. Would you stay. That is under the umbrella of the new age aged.
"doreen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"I'm here with our wonderful client Doreen fifty eight years old fifty eight years old has tried everything out there every single kind of program you can be on and she lost thirty inches in thirty days on the health care and we are talking about motivation and during tell us what your total ninety day result was ninety day result was just at thirty pounds of weight loss and fifty two inches fifty two into the look like a beautiful tiny woman me but going back to that that self image part of motivation in America we are so motivated by the competition around us especially women and social media it's just very unhealthy environment for women were costly comparing ourselves and motivation should not come from that to competition by comparing yourself to those around you motivation should calm from wanting to be the best version of yourself and Doreen you have just absolutely unveiled at your best version to the world by fifty two inches but you know it's really not about what you look like it's about how you feel and and and releasing that person that's inside and showing the world who you really are you know I had a girl I was coaching about a year ago and she walked into my office and she sat down and I said what are you doing the health care and she said well my husband says I'm fat we're getting a divorce he's cheating on me and she cried and she said I just really need to get skinny because I want to as I slammed my hand down on the desk and I said all right we're gonna go downstairs are off my office at that time was attached to a restaurant underneath it was a big business complex as separate going downstairs and we're gonna get a piece of cheesecake and we're going to talk about how beautiful young and she said you're good you're not supposed to be buying me cheese okay no ma'am because until your motivation comes from inside it's not gonna be healthy and at the help there were all about being healthy on the inside just as much as we are the outside so Doreen tell me about your motivation and how our coaches reminded you of that motivation through your ninety day program well I need to start out by saying that my husband he did buy it the program for me it was on my fiftieth birthday yes but he always tell me I didn't need to do it so it wasn't the okay you would look better if you did this you look bad if you did that part of it was my motivation I didn't feel good I was tired all the time and I knew that I tried all these other diets you try these other diet you get even tighter because you're giving something up and I thought that if I didn't have any other health problems except I'd lose weight and I figured if all the people that I'm hearing on your commercials you can get lose this you can stop this not take that if that could happen to them than what could happen to somebody who really only had to lose weight that's right and so like I said when I walked in I was very skeptical but I knew I had to do it for myself I knew that I did not want to get to sixty I kept getting tell that once you get to the certain age you're not going to you not to lose any more weight hi you're going to gain weight and now yeah but I I and I needed to do it for myself I have a fifteen year old and I was to the point where I used to be able to go hike with them I just wanted to get back out there I didn't have to run a marathon I didn't have to get back down to a size to another house ever decides to to get down not not feel but I do need to get down and three years I think a lot of my motivation was I need to get back down to the certain way I need to look like this these clothes made to fit and it was then you need to feel better was it really was it was always centered around if I could wear this size for Parapan it's that I wore when I was seventeen years old right or twenty years old the night then I'll be in great shape and I'll be happy and that's that outward motivation or talk about not as women that that comparison to the other women are the cutest girl at the pool or that or the other woman who you see that that you know and for me as a health coach there's so much competition in my profession and there's so many people that are so much better shape than I am you know I don't have ABS I'm a mom I'm busy I I'm helping people every day all day and so I don't I don't look great in a bikini I still it's okay to say that but I jumped out of bed every single morning my energy levels are amazing I feel like I'm at Disney world every day and that's what cellular health is all about there's two kinds of fat there's subcutaneous fat and that's what I mentioned cellulite that's the surface fat that we really work on a looking good about but that visceral fat is that internal belly fat and that's really what we care about that kind of control your medical chart with a lot of the symptoms that we see with the help there but the back to the to the to the motivation I love would you said Doreen about how so many other programs that you did you did try to fit into a certain size a certain article of clothing when you did the health care you did it because you want to feel good you want to be there for your children you have two sons right two sons okay twenty seven and fifteen yes ma'am that's right okay you're fifty eight years old so you know you were wanting to set yourself up for quality of life for longevity of life to be there for your grandchildren and all of those things and so many people are motivated by self degradation or comparison to others but they need to be motivated by self worth and you decided during that you were important enough to come in book that consultation put our team to work for you put in the time put in the effort putting the money to take care of yourself yes and you were worth it and that's the number one thing because so many women at your age right in that fifty to sixty bracket so many of them live their lives like a totem pole you know and that's why they're unhealthy they've got their husband at the top there kid well now let's let's see at the grand kids get a job that you have your kids sometimes adult children living with you supporting them financially then you've got your husband you've got your boss usually for middle age women there's a few pets as well and you're down at the bottom free and and when you walk into the help there we say you are important let our team make you are number one and teach you that you are worth it and that you need to put yourself first because what happens if you can't take care of yourself you can't take care of any mail that's right it's just like the oxygen on an airplane when you're going down your crashing on an airplane and they drop the oxygen masks who's the first person you have to put one on on yourself on yourself that's right and then so as as we're learning these issues of self worth and self importance I think it's so amazing the difference in your program this time was actually doing it for you it was for me that's right and tell us again the results that you had incredible after after ninety days it was thirty pounds and fifty two inches and I'll tell you thirty days later I lost another eight inches sign in to sixteen inches so even not getting back to you that as a weight I still have and Doreen has not even be able to exercise because.
"doreen" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"Now. So you aren't creating from scratch your merely changing channels to a program. That's already in progress. The third be sure to release requests completely. When you mail a letter at the post office you have to let the envelope out of your hands before it can be delivered yet so often we hang onto our desires and we don't surrender them fully to the universe during the meditation on the other side of this tape? The Angels Charles will help you to release your intention so that they can become manifest fourth. Allow yourself to be aware of guidance that follows manifestation processes and to follow the guidance. The comes to you if you are feeling stuck ask yourself. What guidance have I received that I'm not following? Usually the guidance will ask you to make some life changes one baby step at a time. The guide is can come in many forms. It could be a thought or an idea. A physical physical or emotional. Feeling something you hear or a vision or dream guide. This usually comes in patterns for instance you hear the same song song repeatedly and it has a message in its lyrics that speaks to you or you see the same number sequences or book titles many many times in the hours days weeks and months the follow. You're listening of this tape. You WanNa be acutely aware of patterns of events that happen around you if if you hear or see the same thing several times in a row ask your angels. What does this mean then? Pay attention to the impressions you receive Seve. Every one of us is able to receive accurate and clear guidance. From God and the angels you can also receive help in accessing the meaning of this guidance as well as the courage and faith to follow it. Everything you need to fulfill your purpose is inherently in your reality right now. Recent shifts in the Earth's electromagnetic energy field have created a new energy in this world. That is lighter and finer and less dense than before which means that. Your thoughts don't have to travel through dense material in the atmosphere as they manifest into form therefore your thoughts turned into tangible Jabbour experiences at an increasingly rapid rate where in years past it could take up to six months for your thoughts to turn into reality today. Your thoughts can manifest in minutes hours or days. Your angels are your teammates who seek to encourage you guide and support shoe in every way so that you can fulfill your mission. Which is God's will? It is their deepest deepest joy to help you. All you need need to do is ask and then allow yourself to graciously receive the angels say that our intentions create our experiences. Ask them to help you. Align your intentions with love and you'll experience the love the truly surrounds. You enfolds you and is you right now..
"doreen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Before we dive in I have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience so we created a short listener survey to help us learn more about view visit wonder media network DOT com slash survey to share your thoughts and be entered to win some wonder Media Network Swag that's wonder surgical images and by means of our imagination we can make a real contact with these cosmic forces Britain's intelligence services didn't end after the war though there's no hard evidence to support that claim during the war Doreen developed human participants in those processes wiccans generally self organized into small groups called Covens we believe in the horn. Let's talk about Doreen Valiente Day Doreen Edith dominy was born on January fourth nineteen twenty two religious liturgy but she also published a series of easily understandable books brought this once esoteric belief system into the public sphere after Doreen started corresponding with Gerald Gardner generally considered the father of Wicca an expressed interest in joining his coven does she dropped out of school at fifteen she then found work at a factory before eventually settling into an office job during World War Two eld Doreen had a series of what she believed to be spiritual experiences in her early teens she said she began to study and even practice for the Queen of all enchantment here the wind is crying through the trees and we invoke the Touati environmentalism women's liberation and individualism we're just starting to become major political movements after moving with her family to Surrey as a child hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this encyclopedia will Manica today in an outer suburb of London to Middle Class Christian parents it was an era of great societal change and science and religion were at loggerheads Bajic her parents were concerned by this new an unusual interest and ship Doreen off to a convent school she wasn't a fan talking about a woman who is often referred to as the mother of modern witchcraft not only was she responsible for writing or rewriting much of the early wiccans particular interest in a cultism and started reading everything she could find by famous occultist like Charles Godfrey Leland Margaret Murray and the Gardner's Coven used a now famous text called the book of shadows written by Gardner himself based on what he claimed were ancient written fragments has during was a translator before transferring to an office of the intelligence service where she worked on message to corruption some have suggested that her association he controversial Alister Crowley after a postwar moved to bournemouth she rekindled her interest which craft and psychic phenomena soon there but what this means to us is the masculine and feminine powers of Nature They have some so for those of us who need a refresher wicca traditionally celebrates and ritual is is the rhythms and cycles of the natural world OUT FROM PRE Christian covet once initiated into Gardner's Coven Doreen notice that much of the book of Shadows was actually faced on the work of Alister Crowley not ancient sources doreen led the charge and removing Crowley's influence from the work and in collaboration with partner career roof significant portions of the book she was an excellent writer and poet and use that talent to turn the book of shadows into more of a spiritual Sion's of modern witchcraft Doreen also helped to formulate other elements of early WICCA including rewriting other works and emphasizing the importance
Building a better algorithm to predict flood risk in the age of climate change
"Residents of Charleston South Carolina Hunker down earlier this month when Hurricane Doreen struck east coast this time Dorian didn't hit too hard but this low-lying coastal city has been seeing a lot more flooding lately homeowners and residents could really benefit from better flood maps the tech to create those maps exists but not enough people have the information reported taken wetland visited visited South Carolina before Dorian to see firsthand how this technology might help people adapt to a changing climate. It's dusk in Charleston. Cherie Cherie Lewis Gross slides on waiters and sloshes into a deep puddle on the side of the road with moving. She's a cartographer usually in front of a computer but tonight. She uses a yardstick and a tablet for her work. Improving flood maps to our left marsh grass in the C two a right the city stately colonial mansions ooh. It feels really squishy at the bottom over here. It feels like some sediment is being pushed up from the the water. Lewis grasp flew in from from New York just to measure these puddles because she knew there'd be a king tied tonight. One of the highest tides of the year the whole bay is rising water fills the neighborhood neighborhood so in this spot I'm sticking my ruler and right next to the storm drain opening and it's already at eleven centimeters about four inches. The water rises through the evening up to three feet in some spots small fish swim through the street neighbors. Keep Watch from their porches. Lewis Gruss moves from block doc to block entering data. It feels shocking to me to see streets completely inundated with water on a day where there's no rain and no oh major tidal surge from a hurricane. It's just your everyday high tide flooding every day but worse because of sea you level rise. Lewis grows works for First Street
US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.
"Coming up on the nears supreme in court action on asylum rule denounced as inhumane trump administration plans to ban flavored e cigarettes and while way chief offers to share five Gino. How for a fee it's Thursday September twelve. I'm Anthony Davis the US Supreme Court has allowed the government to severely limit the ability of migrants to claim asylum in the US the policy bars people arriving at the US southern border from seeking protection if if they fail to do so in a country they passed through on route legal challenges continue but the ruling means for now it can be enforced nationwide. The plan will affect tens of thousands of Central American migrants travel north often on foot through Mexico coming migration levels has been a key goal all of Donald Trump's presidency and forms a major part of his bid to re election in twenty twenty. He hailed the Supreme Court's decision as a major victory the change includes but is not limited to those from Central American countries who have made up the vast majority of those seeking asylum so far this year some some eight hundred eleven thousand people were detained on the southwestern border up until the end of August this year and of these nearly five hundred ninety thousand will from El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras the majority arrived with at least one other family member many of those arriving are fleeing violence aw poverty on arrival they must pass a credible fear interview to seek asylum in the US which most do the rule will also affect smaller numbers of African can Asian and South American migrants who arrive at the US southern border and seek asylum many off to taking extremely dangerous journeys on the nine Judge Supreme Court liberal leaning Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the ruling the trump administration will not be granting temporary impre- protected status to the people of the Bahamas fleeing the decimation of their islands by Hurricane Doreen in the White House announced. It is preparing to ban flavored e cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to combat an outbreak outbreak of a mysterious lung disease that has sickened hundreds and killed at least six people the Food and Drug Administration is currently finalising its guidance to remove all non tobacco flavors of e cigarettes including mint and Menthol from the markets within thirty days companies might be able to reintroduce their flavors is at a later date so long as they submit a formal application and receive approval from the FDA vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking engine on e cigarettes with flavors such as mango and cream. The surgeon underaged vaping which U. S. health officials have labeled an epidemic is one of the reasons reasons why they plan to ban them. The San Francisco based company makes a sleek device. It's cartridges pack a powerful punch with one pot delivering bring as much nicotine as an entire pack of cigarettes yesterday's announcement comes as members of Congress increasingly pressured the administration to rain in the a cigarette industry as chief executive has proposed selling its current five five Gino how to a Western firm as a way to address security concerns voiced by the US and others about its business the CEO said the Bil- would be free to change the software code that would allow any flaws or supposed back doors to be addressed without always involvement the US and and Australia have banned their networks from using while ways equipment the UK is still weighing a decision while way has repeatedly denied claims is that it would help the Chinese government spy on or disrupt other countries telecom systems and said it is a private enterprise owned by its workers one expert who had previously cast doubts on ways claims to independence said the idea of it helping another country's business to compete represented an extraordinary ordinary offer it would include ongoing access to the firm's existing five G. Payton's licenses code technical blueprints and production engineering knowledge which beyond the licence-fee while way would benefits because it might convince Washington to drop restrictions that currently prevented buying US linked technologies for for its own use one consequence of this is that while way faces having to launch an Android smartphone later this month that will not offer Google apps such does youtube all the Google play store a deal would also help ensure. Wa Wa gets its five. G. Technologies widely adopted You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony. Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review. ITN's and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
Bahamas health minister says death toll in the islands has risen to 30 from Dorian, more fatalities expected
"Breaking news on hurricane doreen which is hitting the carolina coast right now and has done what the prime minister of the bahamas is calling generational devastation station to his country. I spoke with the prime minister just before the program and he says the death toll is now thirty that he expects it to rise further. You'll hear that conversation with the prime. I minister shortly as well as chef. Jose andres about the state of his food relief effort on top of that. There's the president who again again today. Kept returning to the falsehood. He tweeted on sunday sunday about alabama being in the storm track one political reporter last night while the behavior quote pathological that was before developments all day. Today we begin with the real story about the real storm what it's doing to people real people who don't live in the white house for that want to start off with c._n._n. Meteorologist jennifer gray start about the storm where it is now. What's the latest it's about thirty miles south of cape fear and it's continuing to move to the northeast still a hundred miles per hour with one hundred twenty five mile per hour gusts. It is moving having a little bit faster and this eight o'clock advisory ten miles per hour. That's good news for the people along the north carolina coast but it's still going to be a rough night for you. We are going you get a lot of wind a lot of rain and that storm surge is going to be very real across <hes> this portion of north carolina so we're going to continue to see those impacts across the estate innocent as we go through the overnight tonight into tomorrow morning at this point is expected to make landfall somewhere. That's the million dollar question. We don't know now at this point. I would say it's probably doubtful. It is going to skirt the coast off to the north and east and that's really what we're going to see over the overnight hours. We're going to see a lot of wind. We're going to see rain. We're going to get storm surge of four to seven feet so even though we're not winning necessarily get a landfall per se we might but if we don't even
Hurricane Dorian's wrath is linked to climate change
"Am shocked just like everybody else. At hurricane doreen unfathomable unfathomable destruction in the bahamas but many of us in the meteorological and climate community knew it was only a matter of time until we'd see a hurricane do what dorian in just did and there's a lot of confusion out there about how a warmer planet impacts hurricanes so what precisely does the science tell us about hurricanes pains and climate change. Jim colson is a hurricane expert and climate expert with noah. He joins me from the cooperative institute for meteorological satellite studies at at the university of wisconsin madison. I jim thanks for talking today. Yes hello. Thanks for having me on jim. I talked to a lot of people. I hear confusion about this so let's just break breakdown some hurricane impacts and connect the dots on what the science says about climate change. I we know the number of hurricanes is not necessarily increasing being but does the data support more intense hurricanes. We do have a fair amount of confidence that these storms get stronger as the planet warms and what's key here here is that the average intensity goes up a bit but where we really see the big signal is up at the strongest storms. Let's talk about those strongest storms for a minute. I think it's something like thirteen category five storms in the atlantic basin since the year two thousand are category fives increasing. What are the trends. Is there yeah <hes> that that's pretty much where we're finding it. How about slower hurricanes. How good is the data on weaker steering currents and slower hurricanes. If we look back over the continental united states which is where our our hurricane data is is best. We have the most confidence in it and we look all the way back to the year nineteen hundred present so about one hundred and twenty years we see a clear slow down of about seventeen percent and that's a long enough period to say that this does not appear to be natural variability and let's talk about why that's important you say in on average a seventeen percent reduction in the forward speed of hurricanes means you use the term in one of your papers called impact region track residents times. That's a little geeky but tell us what a very stalled. Hurricane does is to win. Surge in rainfall impacts the way i like to think about it is if you put a shower head on the end of a hose and you turn the turn the knob to get the water on the more you open the knob the more rain right. You're getting that kind of increased would be because the air is warmer. It's holding more water vapor now. Now walk with that shower shower head in your hand and how quickly walk we'll we'll tell you how much of that water lands on the ground in any particular place and that's what we really care about this. That's where people live so. If you stand still with that shower head you're gonna get an awful lot of rain now. Before dory happened i would say that's the number one problem problem with a stall hurricane but dorian was also incredibly strong. The amount of damage that's done is a function not just of wind speed but it's also a function of duration duration of the event. How long that wind is blowing against the structure or the ocean so what we saw endure and was not just an enormous amount of freshwater flooding but also an enormous amount of salt water storm surge flooding and an enormous amount of wind damage ultimately <hes> did you couldn't ask for a worse situation nations that obviously jim the critical damage element of hurricanes is weather. They make landfall or not. Is there any insight to storm tracks and hurricane landfalls or is it just still luck of the draw from year to year. It's mostly luck of the draw. The reason for that is that the tracks are slaves to the atmospheric circulation relation patterns or the date day to day wins. Perhaps a better way to say that and we all know walk outside and the wind's changed quite a lot just throughout a single day so the amount of variation that we get with the winds is is really quite high in that creates a much more random aspect to where these storms go <hes> that being <unk> said there are some systematic changes in track that have been observed. They do tend in many places on the planet to be migrating poured which ends up up exposing a regions that are quite used to being exposed to these storms <hes>. There's a little bit of evidence that maybe storm tracks will shy a little a bit away from the u._s. Coast but these are noisy signals best. Jim colson with noah's cooperative institute for meteorological satellites analyze studies at the university of wisconsin madison. Thanks so much for your perspective on climate cast today.
Hurricane relief efforts begin for decimated Abaco Islands
"In our boats tossed like confetti. The images belie the obvious question. How could anyone anyone survive this pulse and your the growth we arrive by helicopter in mana war and avocado with billy aubrey embracing his wife shana sean after days of not knowing if she was dead or alive shawna hunkered down with friends in their seaside home until the roof we off and they all scramble to find find anything so nancy. This is what kept you guys alive. This little this little rock this came in hover dow in shauna was on the ground and we were just trying to what did it sound like in here. At the time it was up. There was a lot of crashing eh crashing and whirling stuff coming on this wall. So many in the apple islands lived through hours that resembled unmoved a horror movie exposed to wins that top two hundred fifteen miles an hour like tornadoes touching down every minute describe describe. It wish nobody words can describe it. They could never eric cantor is categorized. Never my grandfather was like a bomb went off residents here. Tell me their little island in paradise is unrecognizable even to them. They're resourceful and self reliant they say but they could have never imagined a storm as powerful as doreen and there's no better way to describe to you. The force of hurricane doreen to be right here where people rode out the storm in their living rooms and their dining rooms. I mean look in this. The roof blew off the house here. The entire kitchen king down there refrigerator ended up here on the ground there living room and dining furniture is strewn all over people described these things being tossed around the island like projectiles they all coward hovered in their bathrooms and closets anything they could find to take shelter. There are now the beginnings of recovery but only the basics medical attention private helicopters to take out those who are sick the elderly young families. I'm sure it'll never be the same again i i but i mean the people are strong and we're going to try to do our best through a bill the best way we can but we know <hes> it'll never be the same. This was a storm of biblical proportions abba conan's tell me and yes they worry it will take a miracle to recover from it. Jake think about everything that we just heard everything we saw so you can repeat that thousands of times over spoke to a man from another island in arbuckle told me that there was a storm surge he had gone under his son reached out to hold them up. He really wanted to let go. He couldn't take anymore but he said no. I'm not gonna let my son see me die this way and he got himself out of there so jake so tough paula you were not supposed to spend the night on the avocado islands so what happened so so we're at the staging area here in nassau and their flights everywhere they just couldn't get us back with the way the air conditions the airline traffic the helicopter traffic. Obviously there was a problem. It's so difficult. Jake on the island was on. I mean they cleared the baseball field so that we could bland so that we could get ourselves billion and get to that kind of reunion and get some supplies as in so we had to stay there. These people men were they'd been through so much and yet they didn't blink an eye. We said we'll sleep on the beach will sleep on the grass. We don't care no. They took choson and a special. Thank you to marcia and angel cruz. I know they have relatives in florida. Thank you so much and what we saw. There is what people are grappling playing with right now of course jake. They're thankful thankful for being alive <hes> but when you see the way they are living i mean they took all the food out of the refrigerator. The cruises cooked it. That's all they really have. They have some more provisions in the grocery store but they're wondering what comes next their kids are supposed to start school and it's things like that that this island's beginning to grapple with and jake. There's more more on this island. Things were fairly under control. People are starting to worry about things like disease. They hear the death reports say that will inevitably go up and they are starting to worry about encore un recovered bodies things that call so much to worry them at this place and as they told us on the island they worry that they won't be able to return at least not not in a fashion that they were there now living there fulltime all newton in nassau the bahamas. Thank you so much for that powerful report we appreciate it.
"doreen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Doreen is lashing the Carolina coast with heavy rains and wind gusts of up to a hundred miles per hour leaving hundreds of thousands without power South Carolina governor Henry McMaster the storm surge in floating will be banned from Georgetown Pawleys island Murrells inlet Garden City myrtle beach all the way through cherry Grove Atlantic beach all the way up to the North Carolina line and beyond CBS is Jamie you kiss is in Charleston we see many power lines down we see lots of trees down in this particular area we're shelter just a little bit but I'm told just around the corner there's a palm tree laying over the street that's why they've asked so many people to just hunker down wait for the storm to blow out here don't start checking damage don't go start seeing what's happening in this area the death toll in the Bahamas has risen to twenty three but that is expected to rise as rescue crews reach some of the hardest hit areas we'll have the latest forecast of Dorian as it continues moving up the coast as well as the damage it has left in its wake on tonight's CBS evening news now for more CBS news here's Jim Chevy in New York verdicts been reached in the trial of two men charged with involuntary manslaughter after prosecutors say they turn to San Francisco Bay Area warehouse into a cluttered maze the trap thirty six party goers during a fast moving fire the verdict to be announced at this hour they face up to thirty nine years in prison if convicted the ongoing chaos in British politics over brexit is hitting close to home for prime minister Boris Johnson CBS is Tina Crouse reports from London the U. K.'s the vision over brexit his passion the prime minister's family just six weeks into office Johnson's brother Joe announced Thursday he is stepping down as a member of parliament and government minister he said he was torn between family loyalty and the national interest health officials investigating a mysterious loan illness linked to vaping may have a lead on what's causing people to fall ill so bring the Cuban reports the FDA would not comment at this point but according to reports lactation was similar. chemical in almost all the samples that they tested so far it's an oil derived from vitamin eat it is not known to cause harm if ingested or applied your skin but once heated up in vaporizing going into your lungs it then coats the longs with oil making it difficult to breathe late today federal investigators revealed a possible cause of Monday's dive boat disaster member of the NTSB says investigators no photography equipment batteries and other electronics were stored and plugged in on the dive boat at the time of the blaze thirty four people were killed when their boat caught fire and sank off Santa Cruz island on Wall Street the Dow gaining three hundred seventy two points this is CBS. did you know you can listen to.
Carolinas coast braces for flooding, hazards from Dorian
"Doreen continues on its path toward the carolinas on thursday. The category two storm is expected to move near or over the coast late on thursday into friday. John gulia rail low of the national the weather service said on wednesday that storm surge could be life threatening it would only take a slight change in the track to bring the eye of dorian onshore along on the coast. Hurricane conditions are expected along the coast with peak wind gusts possibly exceeding ninety miles per hour along the beaches of charleston charleston georgetown and myrtle beach tropical storm winds could occur west in two parts of the midlands this result in down trees and power lines signs and possibly some structural damage as well of eating of even greater concern is the potential for life threatening storm surge
President Trump stands by inaccurate claim about states threatened by Dorian
"Today the president of the united states did what he called a hurricane update the official white house twitter account <hes> posted a video of what the president did tonight and captioned it as president trump gives an update on hurricane dorian accept what the president held up for display to the country in his update on hurricane dorian was a map that appears to have started out as a real map made by the national national hurricane center made by the national weather service and you can see it started off as a real map. You see up in the left hand corner. No that's the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. That's the overall agency and you see the headline at the top hurricane dorian forecast track and intensity. That's the kind of headline you see documents like this from the national weather service then you get the information in the caption there again in this document that the president held up national weather service national hurricane center so the president with this thing on poster board in the oval office. He appears to be presenting real u._s. Government information to the public in this self-proclaimed update on hurricane dorian from president trump in the oval office except what the president is holding up is false information right. It's an altered altered. Hurricane math the little semi circle in black sharpie. That's on the map there that was added to the map that was not put there by the the national weather service. That's not something the national hurricane center did actually according to bloomberg news today that little bit was added to the map by president president trump personally by the president himself bloomberg news today citing sources saying that the president is the one who drew on this map and changed it and then displayed displayed it to the american people as if this was hurricane doreen track. That's how bloomberg house it according to c._n._n. Tonight it was some other official besides the president didn't who drew on the map before the president held it up. I mean in either case. This is not the work of the national weather service. This is not the work of the the national hurricane center right showing the track like heading up through florida and then over alabama. That's not with the national weather. Service <music> says now or ever said the hurricane was going to do and while the
Hurricane Dorian wreaked unprecedented mass destruction on Bahamas: UN relief chief
"This is matt wells u._n. News in the wake of hurricane doreen you and emergency relief coordinator mark lowcock flew to the bahamas on wednesday to meet with the prime minister and other members the government and discussed the next steps in the relief effort access to the worst affected islands of grand bahama and avocado remains extremely limited and the death toll is expected you to rise speaking in an exclusive interview with you and uses conor lennon. Mr lowcock described the scene as one of mass destruction huge numbers of homes destroyed breath huge areas of settlements towns and villages inundated with water debris everywhere call submerged with water save scenes of devastation on <hes> essentially the whole bulk of the population of those two islands apcoa <hes> <hes> set of violence and the population of fifteen twenty thousand people and then grand bahama with population probably the over fifty thousand people now you've made with the prime minister of the the bahamas the mood they must be pretty somber. Yes the <hes> hamas has never seen and events on such a catastrophic doc. Scale is this and <hes> it wasn't just the the hurricane was a huge hurricane much bigger than had been predicted but it hung in <hes> vicious way really for more than twenty four hours over deceptive islands batching them research after surge of seawater altering i wins and so on and so the <hes> government who <hes> used to dealing with that disasters aw aw naturally struck by the scale of the challenge they face. They have mobilized their system in an effective way they all the u._n. To come and help to prepare late last week which we did. We have people on the ground from friday. More than twenty percents of the population of the country probably has been affected in a very acute severe way by this disaster and really a huge event the like of which never been seen before in the bahamas. I mean if you in now the place is what it would be for twenty percent of the population of a country to have their lives lives turned upside down in their homes devastated in a single event over the the period of a couple of days the u._k. Twenty percent people if it were to happen in the u._k. Would be twelve million people just imagine something of that order. When you get a sense of wall the scale of the challenge facing the bahamas is now of course. It's a country with much more to population proportionate portion to its size. This is really unprecedented and catastrophic for the bahamas. Any government would be you know struck by the scale of the challenge and what we in the u._n. Wants to do is just provide the best health before we can as they meet the needs of their people and that's the commitment i made to the prime minister and his senior colleagues in the cabinet axis. This is still very difficult. Isn't it in the affected areas. How don't you think it will be before you can actually get teams on the ground. Access is very difficult. Most of the airports clashed population centers and not usable currently there. There are these these one apple in the south of the avocado islands which probably is operable apart. It's a long way from the main population centers and the roads between the formulation centers basically cut off. Some of the docs are also not useable so the main main means of access at the moment practically speaking is by helicopter and <hes> helicopters have been collecting the people in most severe need for example live <hes> medical evacuation and taking them to hospitals given that some of those in <hes> avocado and grand bahama. I'm not able to function of the moment how along will be before airports not running again and this this a facilities in us in to say at this stage where we are hoping and to have more assessment teams on the ground imminently. Do you have an idea on the list of what the next steps will be. Probably about. Seventy thousand people who are in need of surgent assistance in the prime minister told me that his priorities with food water shelter accommodation he's also rightly of course folks so maintaining public order and security security and there's also needs for health and medical services. We <hes> have had some casualty figures. Are you expecting these. She goes to rise tragically. It is very likely that the confirmed death toll is going to rise the prime minister told me that so far the official figures <hes> going to eight people having lost allies but i think it's it is likely that the final number will turn out to be. I'm afraid substantially very substantially potentially larger than that of course remediate focuses to try to avoid further loss of life and that's why there's this urgent priority on food food water accommodation health services for people so that there is for the loss of life beyond lab. That's already taken place even impossible to assess all of it. The bahamas is a prosperous country. What would you say to those who are wondering why the united nations needs to be involved in the relief effort huge event event twenty percent of the population affected. The government is taking the lead in organizing nursing homes. I'm paying the response <hes> any government for an event to solve just scale would naturally look for international assistance and the u._n. Has a very important role to play in that so what i would say is there's a human solidarity human even empathy and suffering. We all understand which would justify just the u._n. But overtones as well contributing to meet people's needs at this time of extreme <hes> tragedy is that we haven't covered that you think it's important for people to understand about the situation. I think you've got that rush. They're really thank you as we've covered the main things i wanted to cover okay. Maybe <hes> you know it's not really <hes> in the press briefing about what this this means <hes>. Let me just ask you a question about that so i understand around twenty percents of the population is affected and gives an idea of what this means for the bahamas.
Dorian moving up East Coast after leaving Bahamas in ruins
"For the first time in ten days hurricane Dorian is moving away from central Florida rather than towards center for economic that deep sigh of relief. Doreen is currently located roughly sixty miles off of Daytona beach it's moving north as a category two hurricane maximum sustained winds of a hundred and ten miles an hour. was left in ruins after nearly three days of hurricane force winds seventy percent of the island chain is now under water prime minister their reports the death tolls up the seven on the islands that number is expected to rise as first responders get out into the other
Where will Trump go on gun control?
"And depressingly ali. It seems as often as not that by the time we reconvene. There's been another mass shooting this time. It was in texas where a thirty six year old man stopped by cops after they're being fired from his job on saturday got shoot-outs at a traffic stop then fled opened fire on on basically whoever crosses path killing seven people injuring twenty two you before himself being gunned down by police meanwhile just to keep the mood as grim as possible gear on tuesday hurricane doreen as we speak his <hes> just parked over the bahamas right now wreaking devastation while florida prepares for the very worst hi everyone well cheer joined by my colleagues nicholas be peter's sermon and catherine megan ward good morning folks out. Hey matt so catherine. After the last mass shooting events in el paso texas texas the anti immigrant mass shooting the president's started or kind of kickstarted some bipartisan negotiations on a possible gun control deal over this weekend. We i heard from and elizabeth. Nolan brian has already written about mike pence. I think floating that part of that might involve some kind of expedited death penalty action the same time that clip that we just listen to the president reminded people that most of the kind of most talked about measures that are contemplated after these events wouldn't have retroactively. We've kind of done much of anything so what is your sense catherine as the guardian of the second amendment in american politics. What is your sense of where trump is and is is likely to go given that he unlike mitch mcconnell for example appears to be kind of driving these discussions negotiations. I have no sense of where donald trump is likely to go. I have no idea what is going to happen. <hes> so right. He's been alluding to this package. That's working its way through congress or something thing it may or may not contain anything having to do with background checks in may or may not contain other forms of gun control. It's super unclear to me and i'm paying attention so i can't imagine what the rest of the american public thinks is going on right now the the detail though <hes> which you alluded to and which leads noah brown covered this morning about the possibility that we would expedite <hes> executions of convicted mass murderer strikes me as the most wrong thing we could do here. Expediting executions is not a good idea. This is a very very small number of cases getting executed faster which will still not not mean getting executed quickly to be clear and thereby implying that we will somehow remove some of the layers of legal protections accorded awarded to the accused and convicted is not a good idea is not healthy it does not actually result in fewer mass shootings in any mechanism that i can envision dan and it almost certainly will abbreviate due process in ways that other people will suffer for not just mass shooters it also comes on the heels of recent is an execution in texas where an innocent man was put to death so you know the the death penalty it. I that's not gonna go anywhere but it it trump's reaching for that. I think for grounds the fact that we're talking about symbolic action here he in the past you know he did push for a bump stock banner or enacted one through executive action. He's he's not averse to gun control legislation that has seen any gun control legislation on the part of republicans as seen as tantamount to shredding the second amendment and they're against it but trump has shown some willingness to do stuff it turns out from early reports that the shooter here <hes> you know that he was turned down for based on a background check already he did did not pass the existing limits <hes> in texas for a background check so it's not clear what would have prevented him and i think that gets to you know the first question with mass shootings is what is the kind of symbolic action that is going to be put into place and trump now is signaling to his supporters that he is going to back away from any kind of gun control legislation because they want that in less it something completely ridiculous and useless like expediting executions a you know capital punishment <hes> which will have no effect on anything but by the same token the other question. I think the more substantive one is whether or not we actually are in the midst of an uptick doc of mass shootings and after dayton and el paso. I talked to james alan fox for the reason podcast. Who's the preeminent criminologists he's been studying the substance surly eighties and he points out two things. One is that based on current trends. There's no reason our current events. There's no reason to believe that we're in a massive uptick of mass shootings or of mass killings and it's important to get those distinctions right so that anything we may or may not have any effect on what happens because we're talking about something. You know a series of events that are not in fact growing. They're such rare events. It becomes very difficult to act with any kind of meaning and and and effectiveness on reducing the number of deaths in mass shootings because they are such events. Peter isn't that <hes> though at the same time kind of you know. That's the that's that's doctor. Spock not doctor spock but actually what's his name. Mr slot mr spock. Sorry gosh been a a long time dodgers back. I think once <hes> pediatricians to ask about whether doctor spock he's actually the big on gun control yeah actually doctor benjamin benjamin spock also against the vietnam war whereas mr spock frequently used a <hes> disarming vulcan neck pinch instead of a phaser and he always said his face are too stunned right not to kill. I don't know if it was always. I like and he did try to kill kirk in that one episode. He was driven mad praying. It was driven mad by urgent urgent that where you just <hes> channeling the washington post our file of justin amash there because i think we should note that there is a pretty good washington post profile justin amash they came out this morning and it includes a quote from him telling a woman who had lost friends in the two thousand seven virginia tech mass shooting. You don't need to be scared of this stuff statistically speaking it's not common also noting that justin amash is eyebrows or sort of pointy in that same graph yes and he was wearing when i saw him that same week we went out to dinner and he was wearing a t shirt that peter peter will certainly now and probably the other view as well but it's a reference to a famous episode. The second generation or someone leaves second generation. Whatever the next generation the beat generation poet turned assassin. No i had to go to great lengths to try to culture explain to me. What any of it meant that did i just was it was as useless as the liz. Oh conversation that we had just before was laughing assimilated matt. I had to do with like a someone who only speaks literary allusions peter's ringing off your your spock. Dr your your peter tangle begging you bagging you say is that ringing off your peter team goal ever again accent yeah. What were you going to say. We're going to say about my question. We always go to the well actually mass shootings or not all that common yet the the body counts are getting higher. There's no question but the body counts are getting higher. Given you know terrorism isn't all that wasn't all that common back when when left aides were the hijacking planes in the early nineteen seventies but we overreacted to terrorism in the wake of nine eleven matt to the enduring detriment of our civil liberties send our our basic freedoms culture so i think it is actually you know i hate actually has been kind of canceled as a word but it's it's important to to figure out what the social reality is because otherwise we're going to implement policies that are addressing kind of phantom fears or things that are not import so right and your point is taken counts are getting higher on the individual events us clearly over the last five years so peter. Let's go to a policy question. <hes> which is comma harrison worker out there saying we need mandatory buybacks. What is the logistical problem with that notion so let's let's let's start by actually just talking about the politics of this. They're saying it because <hes> mandatory buybacks poll increasingly well and if you look at the quinnipiac poll well <hes> recently i it it polled the question of mandatory gun buyback so that's when you have to sell your your weapon that meets some certain criteria maybe not all weapons is but weapons that meet some certain criteria perhaps the same criteria that defined assault weapons that kind of nonsense criteria that didn't actually matter in terms of gun power power and that sort of thing but if you would be required then to sell it back to the government and they would they would pay you for it. <hes> we've seen gun buy back programs before in other countries particularly in australia that was one that president obama like to cite and has gotten some attention from liberals who have argued that it was relatively successful. I think the australia model title the australia <hes> what happened in australia just isn't really applicable in the united states. It's not clear that it was a success on its own terms in terms of reducing shootings. Ah murders and suicides which is the argument that the is that it did the trajectory was already going down for murders and suicides and the the other thing about the australia program is that they started from much lower baseline in terms of gun ownership and they were still only able to buy back about a third of the weapons that they were trying trying to get and so if you think of the united states where there are several hundred million guns in circulation perhaps as many as four hundred million guns and you manage to buy back third of them so let's say it is successful as australia. You still have two hundred and fifty million or so <hes> guns in private hands in the united added states and so just in terms of you in that still leaves you with a country that just has a much higher prevalence of gun ownership a much higher a number of private of guns in private hands than any other country and so you think the problem if this is the argument that you wanna make from the left. It's not the libertarian argument to be declare but if if liberals want to argue that the problem is very high rates of gun ownership therefore we should do what australia did you're still going to be left with very high rates of gun john ownership and there's not really clear answer about how to get get to the other side of of the liberal argument here in <hes> without changing the second amendment and if that's what liberals wanna do then that's that's what they should be proposing and that's the conversation to use a another cancelled word. That's the conversation we should be having but it's not the the conversation we're having we're talking about red flag laws that would basically attempt to do pre crime. We're talking about using algorithms to try and sort of figure out you know who's who's going to be doing what in advance that would that would at best be probably ineffective and at worst quite likely would target people who have done nothing wrong. <hes> were talking about the background checks that in this case in the case of texas shooter he he failed a background check. The background checks stopped him from buying weapon as far as i could tell and so it's just very difficult to sort of work through the policy solutions regardless of your priors even if you believe that guns are the problem and to be clear. I'm not saying they are but even if you you start then what do you do and what is your answer is. <hes> that you often get in response as well we should you can't just do nothing and if you look at that new new york post editorial that <hes> called for the reinstatement of the assault weapons ban. They kind of have the sentence in there. That's like well. It's not clear that the assault weapons ban did anything it's really unclear whether it was effective and and in fact it is unclear whether it's effective. There's not great evidence that it was effective at stopping <hes> stop murders. It's it's really a problem i on the other hand. I think it's also a little bit of a problem for gun rights supporters and for libertarians because the more attention these things get the more often they happen and the more deadly they are the more public support is going to be built for doing something regardless of whether it works and regardless of whether there's good evidence that this is is going to be an effective tool for stopping mass shootings murders and suicides and that's why you see increasing support for programs like a mandatory gun buyback yeah just in my previously appointed role as defender of the second amendment. Just wanna be clear like mandatory. Buyback is a shitty euphemism. Its confiscation. That's that's what it is and i think you know in the same way that we broadly speaking oppose indiscriminate application of eminent domain. I would actually go so far as to oppose. It was all eminent domain. Even though there's a constitutional justification for it like the the phrase buyback in most people's minds sounds like this the thing that they've seen on their local news where the police department runs a little program and somebody brings in their grandpa's gun that they don't need any more and everyone gets twenty bucks fox and a pat on the head that is not what a federal mandatory buyback would look like it would look like the dark dark picture painted in austin brags very very funny video have a gun free america in five steps which is violence and <hes> and <hes> armed standoffs and <hes> <hes> many much many many many more gun deaths than we currently are expensive so catherine i want to <hes> just in the interests of responding to the arguments that get made here when i see discussion of gun buy backs and the
Dorian begins slowly moving, weakens to Category 2
"Hurricane Dorian is picking up speed as it gradually moves away from the grand Bahama island the category two storm is now tracking to the northwest at about five miles per hour Doreen has winds near a hundred and ten miles per hour as it slowly moved north forecasters expect the hurricane to move dangerously close to Florida's east coast late today through Wednesday
Hurricane Dorian moving faster toward Florida as tropical storm force winds smack coastal areas
"Dorian slowly moving northwestward after being parked over the Bahamas words relentless winds of cause catastrophic damage flooding and several deaths Doreen still a major category three hurricane and is expected to approach the Florida coast later Tuesday but the threat has eased
Deadly Hurricane Dorian parks itself over the Bahamas
"Millions of people along the east coast are bracing for a deadly hurricane Dorian many people in Florida Georgia and South Carolina are under evacuation orders and advisories this man says he's not taking any chances I'm more scared about this and I've never been one in Florida before and it is a deadly storm at least five people confirmed dead in the Bahamas we're rescue efforts are still underway exact damage reports in that area been hard to determine as the storm continues to batter the area officials say they receive more than two thousand distress messages including a report of a five month old stranded on a roof Dorian is on a seriously a slow approach to the southeast a category three storm it's been parked over the Bahamas since Sunday and is still only moving at one mile per hour hurricane Doreen is packing sustained winds of one hundred and twenty miles an
Seven dead in West Texas shooting rampage.
"Coming up on veneers death toll hole in west. Texas shooting rampage rises to seven German President Asks Poland to forgive Nazi tyranny gene and Bahamas slammed by category five Hurricane Dorian it Sunday September one. I'm Anthony Davis the death toll in West Texas. The shooting rampage increased to seven today as authorities investigated why a man stopped by state troopers for failing to signal a left turn opened fire on them and fled shooting more than twenty people as he drove before being killed by officers outside a movie theater. Odessa police say that at least one person who was shot remained in a life-threatening condition authorities say the gunman was a white male in his thirties but police have not released name all possible motive the shooting shooting began Saturday afternoon setting off a chaotic rampage during which the suspect hijacked a mail carrier truck and fired at random as he drove in the area yeah of Edessa and Midland two cities in the heart of Texas oil country more than three hundred miles west of Dallas. Three police officers were shot before for the suspect was killed authorities say the trooper was in a serious but stable condition on Saturday and the other officers were stable. Saturday's shooting brings the number of mass killings in the US so far this year to twenty-five matching the number in all of two thousand eighteen the number of people killed this year has already Eddie reached one hundred and forty two surpassing the one hundred forty people who were killed all of last year today. Donald trump reiterated he's more recent calls for greater attention to mental health trump said new facilities and needed for the mentally ill to reduce mass shootings however mental until health professionals say such thinking is outdated linking mental health illness to violence is wrong and that the impact of more treatment would be helpful overall. We'll have a minor impact on gun violence German President frank-walter Steinmeier has asked Poland's forgiveness for Nazi tyranny eighteen years on from the start of World War. Two Mr Mr Steinmeier and other world leaders are in Poland to commemorate the outbreak of the conflict speaking in the capital Warsaw. Mr Steinmeier apologized for the a horrific war unleashed by Germany. This wall was a German crime he said in a speech his Polish counterpart and US Vice President Mike Pence also so delivered speeches in front of crowds and heads of state on Pilsudski Square Poland suffered some of the worst losses of World War. Two about six million. One of its citizens were killed up to half of them. Jews the conflict began in the early hours of the first of September nineteen thirty nine when a Nazi battleship attacked back to garrison of Polish soldiers West plant Poland's government had moved this year's commemorations from Westerplatte near the Baltic port city of Gdansk to Warsaw aw in anticipation of a visit from the US president who was to give the keynote speech but trump cancelled citing hurricane dorian and sent Vice President Mike Pence instead shortly after trump cancelled Angela Merkel made lost minutes announcement that she would attend yesterday day it emerged that trump who had given the impression he would spend the day at Camp David with experts to monitor Dorans progress had in fact flown by helicopter from Camp David to Virginia Gulf Club. A Hurricane Doria is slamming into the northwestern Bahamas as a catastrophic category five storm with sustained winds of up to one hundred and eighty miles per hour the extremely dangerous storm is the strongest hurricane on modern record in the area according to the US National Hurricane Center Grand Bahama residents have been evacuating from it's predicted path Dorian moving westwood seven miles an hour is expected to continue to move over great Abaco Island and Nia or over Grand Bahama later on on Sunday into Monday. Authorities closed some airports in the outlying islands but the main international airports remains open today after hitting the Bahamas it should move closer to the Florida East Coast late on Monday through Tuesday nights local time the NHCD Doreen was the strongest hurricane to hit the Bahamas in modern times times in the island's government officials urge residents to take immediate steps to protect life and property the US administration recently order to transfer funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency Fema to immigrations and Customs Enforcement Known as ice most of the a female money would be reprogrammed to the border one hundred and fifty five million dollars would come from the Disaster Relief Fund based budget which he spent on recovering from natural disasters. Ole told the department said it would transfer a total of two hundred and seventy one million dollars toward immigration efforts. You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask. 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"doreen" Discussed on AP News
"Hurricane Doreen's gotten a little stronger as it moves toward Florida's east coast the national hurricane center says it could turn into a potentially catastrophic category for the slam into the U. S. Tuesday somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia people in Florida are stocking up on food gas and emergency supplies surging Hong Kong residents to stay away from any non authorized rallies Saturday after a ban was placed in a major March thing those caught could face a five year jail term the police commander of Hong Kong island says he's aware of social media messages urging people to take strolls or hold rallies in the name of religion British prime minister Boris Johnsons warned of lasting in catastrophic damage to Britain's political parties as a result of the brexit referendum is not honored he's told Sky News people protesting his decision to suspend parliament during part of the run up to the October thirty first breath the deadline must realize the worst thing for democracy would be to fail to make brexit a reality the people have been hugging trees in Nepal's capital to protest government plans to cut down about two thousand trees to widen a key road that circles the city more than two hundred people of rallied to try and urge the government to stop the plan to remove the trees on the outer edge of caught mine do the twenty seven kilometer or seventeen mile ring road in circles the capital and is a key road network for the increasingly congested city the protesters are demanding the government find other ways to widen the road the government wide and half of the road earlier this year thousands of trees were believed to have been cut down the second phase of the expansion covering the remaining half is expected to begin soon the protesters say they're determined to block that process being for the storm I'm to acquire the navy news minute people on the Bahamas are getting ready for Dorian top sustained winds in the storm now one hundred ten miles per hour forecasters expected to gain even more power in the coming days folks on the islands are boarding up stocking up same goes all going on all along Florida's east coast prize Siegel who lives in Boynton beach in southeastern Florida expects the area to recover should the storm hit there we've been through this before and that is something that I you know it if we do suffered direct hit I'm a trainee guild resilient place sign in which we live and I know people will join together and do what they need to do to move forward national hurricane center Jack Bevin says Dorian is expected to be a category four storm before it hits current four K. as his story and coming ashore of late Monday or Tuesday sometime in the US southeastern or east central coast of the Florida peninsula I'm to eight P. digital news back in a moment styleite lounge for Annie lets you tickling the ivories just saved by.
"doreen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"This hour Doreen is about ninety miles north of San Juan Puerto Rico with winds around eighty five miles per hour CBS news update on that paper children of certain U. S. government employees and service members brought a born abroad will no longer be automatically considered US citizens the citizenship and immigration service the says this the new policy will go into effect October twenty ninth CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley says these children are born with citizenship hi I should say Turley's says these are born AT citizenship less because most countries don't offer the citizenship if you are born in a particular country this is a significant burden for people who are serving in the military they have to apply for their children to be naturalized as citizens we acting agency director played down the changes saying the updates do not deny citizenship to children of government workers and military members struggling democratic presidential candidates today braced for bad news with the window to qualify for the next debate set to close at midnight CBS news correspondent McCall Killian was that of the White House and as more Quinnipiac poll shows bite in and some of the other top democratic contenders beating president trump in a hypothetical in general election match up everybody Donald Trump is who we are in the Quinnipiac poll by didn't beats president trump by double digits senator Sanders warned.
"doreen" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Doreen multiple calls to stand down and was threatening the safety of the ship and the ship's crew the drone was immediately destroyed good work out of the USS boxer yeah well if you want a drone yeah well according to the Iranians they don't even have drones so yeah shut down our own yeah the only way I will have a drone and then they double down they tweeted out yes they have a Twitter account with the U. S. accidentally shot their own drone that's what happened there what is wrong with these people Hey is does around wanna get blown off the map and I I'm just curious it's amazing and I've been on a tear yeah I don't mind saying it's going to be yes they've already they have they attacked that print that start they attack with the British tanker right member they try to take it over and then the British military ship showed up and said you know touch or take a we're blowing out of the water their little five little boxes there is a poor way then they they hijack a United Arab Emirates oil tanker with twelve members on board and they have no idea where this will take or is it just disappeared and now they sent a drone over one of our war ships it what what is what they they want to start these they're trying to start a World War maybe our sanctions really are choking them off that badly is that why why would any country be that desperate I don't know I think the last thing since that truck put in place basically if you were a banking industry yeah what what it no matter what bank say it's make of America Wells Fargo will never end you dealt with anybody within the Iranian nation they the United States would shut down every kind of business that has with you know yeah right exactly you're talking international banking so the big international banks alike okay we're not going to deal with the red now because we can't afford to lose the United States Germany Britain France England and everybody else so they shot him down so they can't borrow money they can't get any money so they're gonna find it there try to financially squeezed in ten in it's working apparently that's probably why they hijacked the oil tanker whatever conflict happens because something's going to happen I just hope it's not all on us I really don't well I will at this point you know you get the Brits involved right at the United Arab Emirates involved and us and and that those are only the episodes that we know awful put it this way Chad how much would it take to get Israel involved waiting for the opportunity to just white powder right into it would it would clearly be a phone call from the president wow or it may be even somebody from Britain Scotty who's the one who took Theresa may's place they have been put in yeah now they take the time over there so they had no prime minute was two and a half years ago the vote to leave the European Union still that's right there so that's why she's gone okay never mind it's.
"doreen" Discussed on Keep It!
"Exactly i think that for me doreen saint described in her piece when she said that it's basically like a resent asto everyone trying to figure it out because i wrote about it for the daily beast as well and my take was or wildly different from hers and i think everyone is just trying to parse different parts of it because there's so much going on there's gun violence there's the alleged jim crow imagery there's the police violence him running away from whiteman at the end and then there's even just the song too because the video seems like he's indicting white younger rappers like a little z's or white race rimon those kinds of people but then when you listen to the song he has quavo young thug and like those people on the track singing in the lower sort of reverve in the refrain so it doesn't even seem to be that either there's a lot going on and i i'm always been sort of a proponent of our as not having to explain their work because i think that the art should stand for it self but when you give something like this that so loaded and so out of left field maybe you should explain it a little this is also a first single so maybe there's explanation your body be honest what surprising about this video is that we haven't seen one like it yet like you'd think we would have the gigantically high profile video that is mainly features gun violence which i don't feel like we've had yet also i will say i am actually just a fan of any music video making any waves at all i mean i don't know i'm thirty one years old there's something about the art of music video where we've spent years being like it's dying whatever the fact that it's just a small digestible piece of media that like even though everybody has a different interpretation everybody also it's hard to get wrong with it's about you know but see i don't think it's digestible i think i think especially for me one of the things i was very irritating people were making a lot of snack judgments getting things wrong so people were saying that the black bearded man in the beginning was trayvon martin's father which i honestly think it is sick that people even thought that was him that you think.
"doreen" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"Everything these long cross fades as doreen is talking to show the passage of time and then they cut to the outside of the restaurant to suggest that she's still talking to this day not that really beach and then cut to camille being like she can't help herself she's still talking yeah essentially looked gorgeous she's just the best i love her so much as in listen to our interview with her go back and listen to it but you had another rose that i had another rose which was in then to pump rules these vander pomp where's a like i think might have a pussy bow but like a blouse that has puppies all over it i don't know fan noticed but it is pretty good do you think it's from the patricia ultra collection i hope so i have a secondary rose okay my secondary rose is in the very beginning of every hills i don't really know what's going on but erika jane is outside with some woman who takes us ample of her dogs p like why is it so brown and she's like that means the kidneys are working and it was like okay which is the site of this woman collecting a urine sample from a dog was it was a lot i guess it's my rose because it made me laugh for your checkup i was wondering about guinea p get outta here right scale is supposed to be that brown that's actually good that means kidneys are working really good okay my thorn is finding out on the marriage medicine episode part two which please go watch the preview of the next episode on bravo dot com right now it's if you go to marriage medicine doctor g tells the room because the whole season you've been like why is quad so matter husband for not taking out the trash like this doesn't add up you find out he was out with this friend they met a couple of girls they went back to a hotel room with them he paid for it supposedly he just left and then the girl stayed took the bill came to him it was like i'm going to go to the shade room with this and extorted him.
"doreen" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"And his mommy shoes like it was on she's like i'm never not on a horse from what i'm not online it was in surest i was like teddy no we all the minna teddy like did that's been everyone in the room on who was that teddy in the little green leather dresser yeah it was just her looks this week we're all wrong the beyond all wrong the earrings the star earings the gold as you said those planets yeah yeah makeup is in the limo with doreen was she needs some contouring reads in the limo too is so crazy with a crazy black dress for night when they got we screamed and then continue to scream as a camera and back and forth i think he will we're going to have hit night eventually because these are nightime looks we never hit nine no they were all dressed in a way that i can't believe it was noon that raccoon look under eat and she she has some great my things jewelry this gorgeous gorgeous i have to say i sort of like her because i think it's so interesting you have you really have no idea who she is i mean who was that person i know you've talked about extensively who said camelia stupid that and it's like wow nobody expected and of course when you say something like that it's this shannon madore like man my play news like the state or just gonna use it over and over again that voice came out a little bit more i noticed when they flash back to her getting the drink that was the wrong drink evanger prompts ngos like i not drake tom blair though it's like who is this.
"doreen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I can't even begin to count them on just the ones that i would see crossing the borders or at airports albanians moroccans iraqis egyptians libyans that drouin it was syria was a magnet for foreign fighters for islam is foreign fighters and there were some towns that were almost i'm thinking of doreen which is a town in the latakia countryside and and that was there was so many foreign fighters in this town i remember once i was going to meet as your buttons ronald kaido source there was invited to go to doreen by the source and i'd smuggled myself across the the syrian border and i was in a car with a an alqaeda driver the driver and we were almost doreen when he got a cool and the my source told him can you thank the system but can she had back because the foreign fighters have vetoed her visit so the foreigners the foreign islamists had basically sort of overrule the views of the syrian guests and told me to go home did you go home when you're to go home yeah i did because i mean that that's why i went there to see them and frankly i was a little bit peeved so it was like okay fine i'll go back this time in our plan a different trip because i'd also done the logistics the security for that troupe so i wasn't about to just mosey on you know around in northern syria without having properly planned a trip.
"doreen" Discussed on WLOB
"Imagine look everyone were like doreen and um you know every classroom had a gun like every classroom has a fire extinguisher and you put the you put the shooter out i mean it's it's really no different from that as a tool i heard a guy on site listen to so much stuff fox business whatever was their interview in this guy and he's a his company's one of the ones that are the one one of the ones has come up with these bulletproof backpacks now they won't stop rifle bullet but they will stop a handgun bullet a most calibers and he's got uh and and so my was questioning vis and he says look is just like a fire extinguisher i mean there's you it's for safety is for protection and idled folded for this i think you know you gotta do whatever you gotta do it's sad it's a sad state of affairs that uh were now selling bulletproof backpacks i don't know how much that's going to save the child uh i mean you can't get behind the entire back back but i don't know a me of the really small began but it it won't hurt when i'm saying but when he was talking about you know this is like a fire extinguisher like anything else i'm going well having a gun in the classroom i'm not talking about your gun just sitting the other new baio break the glass and grabbed the gun talking about that i'm talking about an armed teacher and this is again voluntary this is not meal so door rains there in her classroom and here's the deal when the shooting starts where do you think the other teachers are going to take their kids they take it in the door rains room that's exactly where their growth.
"doreen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Nine two to seven pepsi with the doreen owes in the mountain do you know i you know i'm grateful that that little linked we can't call image it right or dwarf with a degree does commercial we can't common edouard for the calm little person i can not allowed to calm a dwarf i certainly not allowed to talk about dwarf tossing right it is the the commercial was done that sows mouth moving it's a it's a cg wherever graphics his marvels that moving fast and i when i said right and not even asking i know the guy's mouth did that move faster you can see the cg i'm glad that the majette can get work you know what i mean i'm sorry little person glad they can get work that he was member he was in the elf what are you show what are you what are you why is shaking your head no executive producer chris he's the star of the largest show on tv which one oh came with a what is it what does he is what does he played the justrun came a fence one of the lord's thon bad so assault was if he wasn't on the game of thrones and wasn't uh star one of the biggest movie a series right now than than will be okay i gotcha see that folks if you're i hit show you cannot pick on somebody if you're if you've been off for ten years you can rip on tonya harding fair game little pushing the majit man from member who was the author of the children's other that was hysterical seen i'm grateful that he gets gigs okay burn troyer for mr many me got maybe got like nothing ever i remember that where's many me now you still alive as knee burn troyer is he was last any saw him why didn't you get the ad why did he did it why did he play why did morgan freeman why did morgan freeman get the play the ice guy in that the other majit burn burn trier many me why did he.