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FTX Teams up With Steph Curry & Tom Brady

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01:08 min | 6 d ago

FTX Teams up With Steph Curry & Tom Brady

"Tom brady and his wife giselle whose last name i can't pronounce ages caught a bag. I got twenty million dollars or doing like a minute and a half commercial for. Which is you know. Major crypto exchange. But besides that steph curry was involved. And i think this was wednesday is when it was announced that he was going be partnering up with fda as well so to the biggest names in american sports right now. Hoppy on the crypto. Y'all crypto hype train and doing it with fda access has been making waves all year. Long as steve. If you remember. But the my hand miami heat's at arena. I guess arena stadium. Basketball arena will now be the fda arena A major east boards organization at tsn. They actually sold away their naming rights so their official name is actually. Tsm teac now. Now this is all within the last six months. This is the happening so wild times are fda and big moves as well.

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Ac entre nos

04:28 min | 3 weeks ago

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"With every family member. You don't want to leave a child whether they have a disability or not on dirk for right if you have a child and you start thinking about you know what if i get a carson. I don't come home was gonna take care of my kids k. I think there's a movie called life as we know it. And oh yes and the the parents died and they left this couple that they thought they would go would fit well together. They left their daughter a with this couple and they left it on the will. And that's why it's important applying because you wanna make sure that your kids are taken care of whether they have a disability or not now because they have a disability. There's a little more of a heightened level of the need to take care of these affairs reason being is because they're more dependent on you and also they receive certain public benefits that you don't want them to lose if you don't leave things. In order example. Have a house. Both parents pass away on a date night to you know it's coming home in a car accident. God forbid that house. Even though it's not paid off it goes into probate. Somebody has to petition the court for a probate and then the kids would receive whatever's left on the equity in the house so let's say after paying off debts and expenses and funeral expenses and after paying taxes on the house and bills There's a hundred thousand dollars left right if there's one child with a disability and one child with not with no disability. Then you know both of them were going to get fifty fifty. I'm not too concerned with the child that doesn't have the disability. But i am concerned on the child that does have the disability. Because if there's no special needs trust than the fifty thousand dollars go straight to that child. They would lose all public benefits. They'd have to spend that money and then reapply but we all know that assign medicare doesn't cover life living expenses too much right so you wanna make sure that you you have them covered by having a special needs. Trust done so that. Ssi and make can touch special needs just because it's a third parties money. It's mom and dad's money. It's not that jobs money right at medico. catch it. So what happens is they continue to receive. Ssi medical as an example. And they still have the fifty thousand. That may be accumulating interest. And then they can use that. You know if a sibling wants to take them to hawaiian and medicare lobbies is not gonna cover a hawaii trip right. What do they do. They take a thousand dollars off the special needs. Trust count and they take them to hawaii it just it just fulfills. They're living it up laments. They're living educational expenses. That so that's why it's important applying. You don't wanna leave them hanging case especially when were kids especially minors especially adults and kids with disabilities locust. Important lebanese gazon Tony was monotonous..

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Ac entre nos

05:36 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Your planning documents in your state money in your trust in your will and your power of attorney so That's pretty much it. As far as what types of conditions. I work with a pretty much a big range right. There are some cases that come into my office where family members have loved ones schizophrenia. Bipolar disorder Or even even a a very severe depression so It just really depends on the situation. It's a case by case basis In i evaluate them. If i'm not sure. I send them to the doctor to get evaluated while that was very informative. It's i mean there's so much like when you said you know not waiting until you have dimension not wait until you go into a coma like people. don't think about that stuff My mom passed away from cancer a few years ago and i remember like when she was diagnosed everyone started telling her like. Oh you got to make sure that you get an affidavit and do this and do that and where are you going to end. We were like whoa like. We're just thinking about the diagnosis but we have to think of those legal preparations and you don't think about it until like something happens and sometimes unfortunately in some cases like an accident or something the person does go into a coma and then everyone's like what do we do next. So it's crazy like we don't think about that stuff. Thank you for that answer Our next question is why is it. Important for parents who have children slash loved ones with disabilities or mental health issues to be aware of legal planning for their children but guessing potent but lost by their skin and equals a al-sadis goes Illumine thile sterile tanto de la blending fica alabama's seacoast and in that question. I also item. Put it in here. But i was thinking about as you were speaking what happens for example people with mental health. Issues like schizophrenia. And stuff like that Does the individual Have to give like permission for the parents to practice for them. Or maybe you can in your answer just kind of throw that in there. I'm just curious like how. How do they get permission. If if the person feels like for example this whole Britney spears thing right like but in a regular person. The person's like no teen. I have my own rights and i'm coherent all figured out but it's very obvious and clear that they're not and that their mental health issues really affecting them. How does the family help them. Or how do that like. How do they fall into place. Sorry i know it's so much other really good questions because in order for someone to give permission like you and i you can create a power of attorney you can sages giselle going out of the country for two months takeover my bills by house if you if you want to invest. Here's my money. Here's access to all my counts. You understand what you're giving me right. You understand a media authority for the next two.

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FoundMyFitness

08:17 min | 1 year ago

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"So things can be very physically challenging to learn skateboarding or Tai Chi or yoga and Parkinson's disease. The bottom line is there gate isn't normal. The balanced is not normal. We're starting all over again. So this is not normal walking right in this is not normal. Dynamic balance, they have impairments in that. So we can start at that level where we're concentrating on getting the balanced better, the walking stride better the posture, all those things are recall more normal automatic gate that's practiced them to get good into make it harder and that was that as the disease progresses, those things are are dysfunctional or you're saying even from the beginning, right we're already working on it and making it harder can make it harder yet. I mean, we can make you know have you be more accurate with it? Make you go through an obstacle so we can make it harder yet to get us even better for balance an example now what I was saying is. In terms diagnose like does their balance like for example, if they were just diagnosed. You know is there are they going to be having problems with their balance as the disease progressive? Disease Progress in general but gate is very common. I mean not normal gait. So they'll have slowness in the gate, for example, and by gate mocking exactly. Yeah. So I mean we tend to target, and that's why you see many excise programs really target gait and balance because many times. So people definitely can have slowed us in their hand and stiffness trunk. Let targeted gain a balance is huge because that's really ultimately probably where the biggest deficits are and many times in targeting balance you really engaging different parts of the body as well. Arm Swing and he sorts of things. So it's a good place to start if you will now, obviously you can add more with things in your arms boxing example that we can add more and make it more complicated. Tasks and if people that are doing this rock steady boxing, it's called the non contact or they just like doing like a bag or is it like is? Yeah. So I have to tell you have never gone to rock steady boxing class, but the idea would be that, yeah they're learning different types of patterns of movements, for example, so it may not just be pure moving the arm, but it may be a pattern that they have to replicate, for example so that would make. That you're exactly right and I don't think anybody thinks that one one type of necessarily negates the other the there's no you know. No one thinks one is necessarily better. They're just different I'm saying and I think fundamentally the reason we care as we think that the mechanisms which underlie they may be different and that's why I think. We're doing. We're very interested in that idea and some of the work that a colleague. Dr Whole Snyder. Shown is certainly an animal models that we've been doing a looking trying to separate out or tease apart. These different mechanisms were one group of rodents with Parkinson's have gone through a type of exercise practice more skillful meaning they're on a motorized wheel with spokes removed animals definitely need to pay more attention versus a group of Annals Parkinson where there aren't spokeswoman. So it's nice and smooth. They don't have to think as much about what they're doing say match for speed the animals that have the spokes moved have blood flow in top down circuit cognitive domains much more. So than animals that don't. So kind of the proof of concept that okay of exercises just excises exercise we shouldn't be seeing differences in blood flow to different circuits. Wow, right. Yeah Right. They were doing the same intensity. Yeah right and so again, why do we care I think the biggest thing honestly is that it's just beginning to say, Hey, guess what the rain is not passive this is not a passive effective excise brain is engaged very much in this repaired of mechanism and is driving this effect. So it's not just take blood and dump it onto the brain. No the brain is an important signal of this effect, and that's huge to think about I also think to some degree you know. Maybe. This is like the. With the animals like there wasn't like a dose that you haven't you know maybe a response would be an interesting to do as well in terms of intensity because I know from experience when I. Go really hard when I'm pushing my intensity to something like eighty to eighty, five percent of my maximum rate, and by the way, people usually aren't measuring their heart rate like. I have like my my my watch and stuff and all that. But for people that aren't measuring the heart rate, would you say good gauge is sweat getting flushing face I? Mean this is my your dog. That's right. That's right. You've got to like out of comfort zone. Yeah. Japan's yes. I have to think about what undoing a lot more like even though. In class right and it's like if I'm pushing it to my like eighty percent Max zone. Yeah I am more calling to engage. Yes. Absolutely for us when I am doing. Fifty percent why? No? You're right. They're speed I mean. That's true. So there's a speed component, right where so as you get faster, you are dinky I see a lot more and you are starting to you're right now. And I think the point you bring up which I think is so important is it's a spectrum isn't so it's not really often just one of the other right. There's some that have certain types of activities that are going to have a higher BEC- content maybe than skill but as I've often been reminded by many my physical therapists call it colleagues. It's like it's actually also kind of impossible not to have some level of skill. In anything you do I mean it's hard to be completely mindless whatever you're doing. Even I mean I see weight lifting even the weightlifting is required to fight loading. You don't want to get right exactly. Not just like throwing weights around. So yeah. So the idea is that there's always some element skill even in biking even stitcher by thinking about the speed, it's kind of the issue degree also again, the intensity and the two probably. Obviously I'm different types of mechanisms that may be contributing to repair, but the ideas they may be different, and particularly when we're thinking about coggin circuitry as an example, we may want to be thinking about how we could add more Kaga bloating great and was curious about the sort of idea of cognitive loading. You know many times when I talked to people about cotton looting, the first thing they wanted to do is tell me about a. A A. Like across puzzle they've done and I'm going wait a minute. A. Our brain has evolved to be pretty effective and movement through space. I mean it's it's pretty you know. Pretty on board when it tries to figure out how to GET POINT A to point B I mean it's important in our volition. It's probably why we've still living today because we've been able to animals at harm us, we've been able to be successfully going for meals. I mean the idea of luminance space is huge for us and that the point there is at that's cognitive loading myself just problem solving movement through space whether that be because of the skill that I'm engaging or even a different environment, right? So the idea of mixing that up. Changing the environment is going to be another type of load. There's been animal studies that have shown that during that exact thing like like changing the environment and I particularly putting's an animal and more enriched environment they increases. Sanath connection live. Right, absolutely, and it was interesting about that field though is even in the context of Richmond many times. It's also what else is in there like the wheel I mean, there's always a physical component find is also important so I think it kind of just. kind of goes back to the idea that. Move into space is a big deal for brain. itself is a cognitive load. We can definitely ramp that up in a lot of different ways certainly from a skill point of view we can from an environmental or richmond making it. A novel environment for us moving effectively through space is also an a new space in a novel virus is also pretty big. I know there's a lot of interest nail looking at natural spaces and what that does for cognition as well, and there's some really interesting things coming out of that. Again kind of tying it back into movement though is really where it gets really interesting. Yeah. Right I mean certainly. So in addition to. All the benefits that exercise I mean there's been studies showing that you know in in Parkinson's disease patients Parkinson's disease patients that do you know a certain amount of you know thirty minutes exercise monitoring moderate to too high intense?.

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FoundMyFitness

07:52 min | 1 year ago

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"To all the injury side. So exits offices model to understand all the repetitive magazines, all the resilience mechanisms that we believe at the end of the day or playing out a circuit level. Does that make so basically? What you're saying is that way and the exercise is. Activating all these resilient pathways, it's activating pathways that are involved in maintaining connections between neurons, making them stronger and repairing damage in. A variety of growth factors that are important for these signaling and and so that. So because the I mean, the exercise in his senses is a type of stress on the body we actually evolved doing we before we were in our industrialized societies where we sit in our office and cubicles we were out, you know hunting gathering getting our food and moving a lot right removing were meant to do that but it is a type of stress that activates all these resilient pathways and so in the face of another type of stress whether that's Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer's disease or just the stress of aging. You're you're going to be more resilient to that stress you're going to deal with this better. You're going to have more of this brain drive neurotrophic factor that helps damaged neurons than you what you know. So so even though you're not gonNa take away that challenge, the challenge will be there I. Mean we're all aging right You're just going to do it better because I do have more of these. Resilient pathways are being activated, right? That's right and so in a way, it's sort of a continuum then. So then you don't think of it as before the Z's during the Z's right, it's just always there and so you kind of moving forward through an aging process with all these other risk factors happening that are causing some have without a doubt, some injury at some level, and so I mean the importance of US understanding excise a model is a model of or the mechanism. It's really trying to understand better what the brain is capable intrinsic repair mechanisms. What are we really ebeling there? You know what? What's the counterbalanced injury that we're able to tap into that allows us to compensate at a significant level and again, Parkinson's remember I mean think about that model self there's a threshold there I've lost. Forty percent of cells before I got I'm sure function parent, right. So that's important because it gives us an idea that the brain may be able to tolerate some level of injury if you will and through optimization. which we still believe has to happen at a snap Dick Level behavior is synoptic. So to get function improvement behavior, you need something at a certain level. So it's more than just sells that's the other important thing. Yeah. That's cute. Understanding those repair mechanisms and so I think people in the exercise field you know obviously, we're thrilled that we can be able to understand this better to enable people to do more things and to be more involved in care and these sorts of things I think other bigger issues or kind of the field of repaired of mechanisms and self. It's sort of like. Thinking about science spaces a final frontier, but there's so much. We don't understand about how the brain is able to drive repair mechanisms. What's the limit of that? Which is very interesting. Yeah. Absolutely. I think that. Not only we're talking about exercising in general term, but the specific types of exercise right and how they're how they're. Maybe Y- differentially improving there's different repair mechanisms happening doing high intensity intervals grant. Says Resistance Training I sixty S or seventy percent max heart rate might or you know treadmill walking in coordination so there's all different absolutely absolutely and I, think I think. There's an issue that different types of excise and also kind of getting into that discussion. Sort of underlying that is is obviously the mechanism question, right? So are they doing something differential right and and I think the reason we care about things like that is because I think one of the whole early concepts of exercise in general has been really more about bodies effect on the. Brain. As. The brain is a past recipient of all these sorts of benefit somehow. I think when we're teasing apart these different types of excise, I think one of the questions that come up is. We care about these different types of excise because we do believe. That there are. Certain circumstances where the brain may play a more active role meaning it's driving some circuit specific effect and what I mean by that is this whole idea. For example, if I'm more engaged in what I'm doing if I'm more top down cog nvolved in in my process of movement through space and learning something that may be activating certain circuits right and that activation of circuitry by virtue of using it harder may itself drive some of these benefits example that type of physical activity right. So for example, let's say something that would be more skillful, right so we're I'm actually having to get better at it. It's actually quite challenging for example. California surfing as an example where I'm not only considering. How I- balancing on the board but in watching the Wade's I'm thinking about my speed getting up on the board, my weight distribution. So there's a lot of different things I'm thinking about as I'm trying to get better on that I fall off and do it again and and getting through a lot of different practices. So it's a lot of practice repetition learning feedback. where I'm really thinking hard about what I'm doing so that as a skill versus for example, a stationary bike right where I'm just moving. Just moving my legs trying to get up to certain speed but maybe not having to think about balances much these sorts of things what would be an example for someone for example, that has Parkinson's disease they probably aren't going to be out surfing. So, an example, another Tai Chi or yoga as an example, right in boxing as an example, non contact. So but also even a physical, you know many of physical therapists will they'll do as an example is just even gate imbalanced practice harder anytime you're making something harder more challenging whether it's to balance whether it's two way changed the dynamic balance working. Carter with dynamic balance speed. You're you know you get the speed up you have to make them more accurate all those sorts of things it's going to make it harder for you. So the idea would be getting out of your comfort zone problem solving how to get more accurate, how to get that speed up how to become more dynamic on that task. And as I said that can be done even in with physical therapists working on gate imbalance, right? That itself is going to be more skilful over the skillful exercise that you're describing. It seems really independent of. Talking about something else which would be the intensity of your exercise vigorousness like how like that's another yeah. What you're talking about specifically has to do I mean you're obviously getting physical. You're you're getting some physical activity, but it's a very specific type of activity where you're you're you're focusing on something you're getting that feedback of learning, right? You're you're basically engaging a lot more just like right and I think fundamentally you sort of getting it the the to kind of. To kind of discussions that are going on with exercise actually, there's other discussions with. And those sorts of things but I think fundamentally some of the questions that are coming up intensity in context of learning. So one is learning more about motor learning right? Which is definitely requires lots of practice in challenge to get good right like ton. It says an example, right? In the other type and intensity was the heart rate getting your heart rate up feeling your heart, pounding your chests and sweating. That's also intent. So they're both they can both be very intense, but for different reasons, right. So one more from the aspect of learning and practice and problem solving to get better at something from a physical point of view..

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08:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Don't mean as actually Porton floor. Facilitating. Synoptic city there, and there's a couple of forms that are developing. In that stratum. Ltd is the predominant form that's thought to be occurring in stratum particular motor control The issue though is that fundamentalists practice. So practice with dopamine as an enabler so don't. Robbing you losing functional and physical connections and we see that we know that that's happening. So the behavioral issue is probably that the circuit itself. Now, the reason we care is because there are other circuits evolved in motor movement movement through space, and one of those things is a frontal straddle circuit as an example and kind of keep that simple because there's other circuits in interacting with the prefrontal frontal system but the idea behind the frontal straddle is sort of volition movement. So my my ability to kind of update movements my ability to move into new spaces in actually my ability. To learn new movements so That's sort of what we call a bullish aspect of movement. So have the automatic movement you had the act ex movement, they're happening together all the time right and so if I'm losing my authenticity, if I'm losing that circuit hard because of doping depletion, I can compensate I can absolute concept by by kind of adapting towards a more volition type of movement and. If you ask Patiala Parkinson's they, they all do that. They'll tell you I have to think more bump and so the reason that's also interesting because at same circuit, many of those same circus had sort of a dull sort of dual behavior has a cognitive behavioral aspect of it of of what we called executive function, which is planning processing although sorts of things that. You're also kind of doing day to day. So there's sort of saturation effect capping here. I'm now depended on it more and I'm also using it to plan my day. So is that sort of the tipping point right there I've saturated and now that I can't do it anymore now that I'm I can take much for me to fall because now I'm using. It already also winters or firing, and now I have know now I have to hold plates and walk to the kitchen or something like that kind of supersaturated that frontal system and non falling right. So so that's why this whole idea of compensation threatful if we bring it up to the circuit level that may also begin to explain this that makes sense and finally. On the back end the idea of the world of cerebellar. Film also plays A. Role for motor control for motor. Planning. For a cognitive aspect to it as well, and the idea here is There's a lot of good data that shows for example in Parkinson's models that when we have it, just the beginning aspects of learning excise. That's our Bellum is on fire it's lit up like light bill. So we have to other circuits that are trying to put adapt, and so these are kind of principles, but we're going to talk about in just a bit but the whole idea of what? Is the fundamental aspects of brain change in homies stasis, which is reaching a new level balance or or. homeostasis stasis so that brain can function if you will. And what's interesting? Is that you begin to see like those are all sort of contributing to the Parkinson's and features right. So the dopamine depletion with the loss of ultimate tizzy, and then these other competitors circuits is that good or not good is I contributed some symptoms or not contributing to some symptoms so changes bring changes that happened the brain because of injury or in this case, dopamine depletion leads to lot of adaptation, some of which is good in terms of behavior and some of them not desirable. So it has kind of an interesting concept for the point of view that it may be kind of for some of these compensatory strategies that may be alive for some threshold at the same time, it may be causing some problems down the road, right? Yeah. Definitely. You're kind of touching on the things that that Seem to be to be important with with exercise and practicing. Certain types of gold, base. Expenses but I kinda wanted to ask you a little bit about before we get into that just you know. How many how many people I mean worldwide in the US have Parkinson's disease and maybe some of the the the environmental versus genetic causes of Parkinson's disease or what we know what the field knows. Right. So I mean I think in general. So the ideas that one hundred over the age of fifty have Parkinson's these and Don't know the exact. It's the second leading second-leading. Yeah. Definitely. The second right behind Alzheimer's and I think in terms of genetics genetic. So in general, we think that. Genetics play. Certainly the genetic risk factors, but in terms of strong genetic contributions. Most that data seems to be young onset by young women younger than thirty five, for example, not as common over the age of thirty five although now certainly recognizing that there are these risk factors like lark to, for example, where there may be running in certain ethnic groups. That where there may be some. Predisposition right to twos genetic mutation but the still in general I, think the ideas that most of these genetic predispositions are happening in younger onset people and that in the older in again older being anybody over the age of thirty five says an example or over the of forty at least that there's probably a mix between as environmental genetic factors and we've heard that again. By some work by a number of very. Important Best Gators who've been able to show us. That epidemiologic data, which is the idea that there has been some higher risk and in rural settings and in urban settings the idea that environment does seem to play a role. and. So in general, we would say still in Parkinson's these that it is sort of There's a number of different risk factors maybe genetic as we get older those genetic influencers. May Have some specific role in certain certain populations in general but that we would say that it's environment overs factors and maybe even things that play a role in genetics. that. How that are related to metabolism how we metabolize, for example, if decides right and and also the other genetic aspect of it is still questions related to plus this itself repair mechanisms is another example. So you can see that it gets complex pretty fast in terms of what genetic factors may be in what environmental factors may be and I think. I guess the point is people are beginning to recognize the Parkinson's may be kind of a common final pathway of a number of mechanisms which kind of makes it challenging away because it is late, every single one of those targets can be can be hard because it may not be one single doctor sample likely. Yeah. I was talking to you before we started rolling that basically the field seemed to really advanced back in the nineteen eighties s when you know this this precursor to our neuro talks and empty was found to basically 'cause Parkinson's symptoms and people I guess chemists. Synthesizing. It or even think IV drug use. It was actually the jugaris chemists seem to not get the problem drug users right? Exactly and the basically this This. This neuro toxin essentially inhibits mitochondrial function. Across the blood brain barrier. Affect, all sorts of you know. Bring regions and dopamine neurons. the thing that was very disturbing was the similarities between some of these insecticides and herbicides rotenone. Essentially have the same mechanism of action. Can cross the blood brain barrier right absolutely and are used as. Animal. Exactly, they're very effective. Aren't they? Yeah. I think the thing about that that you know obviously that the final of the. In the nineteen eighties so to clarify essentially what happened was. In the nineteen eighties, there was A. Outbreak, if you will of Parkinson's and what was so unusual about it is that these these particular individuals and there about eight individuals let's say that presented around the bay area and various emergency rooms had essentially developed Parkinson's futures overnight and nothing like that ever been seen, and there was sort of some really interesting investigative work that had been done to try to. Identify, what was the commonality between all these individuals and what they failed right off the bat was there had they had been heroin users and that they had gotten some access to some synthesized heroin essentially that had been tainted with this pro toxin. If you will be sort of pro toxin, it gets delivered to the brain and there it gets converted to MPP plus..

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05:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Hello everyone I'm sitting here with Dr Sell pet singer who is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Parkinson's disease she is at the University of Southern California, , where she splits her time between clinical care and research one of the reasons I reached out to just sal is because I'm particularly interested in some of her research on the role of exercise and Parkinson's disease. . Excellent. . So Can you talk a little bit about? ? What Parkinson's diseases <hes> maybe just from from a basic standpoint. . Absolutely. . So Parkinson's disease is a progressive degenerative disorder. . It's a disorder that affects individuals that are over the age of fifty generally speaking. . So we consider it a disorder of aging. . and. . Generally speaking, , we think of Parkinson's disease as a problem with mobility. . In fact, , clinically that's how we tend to recognize it and most people when they're trying to are feeling that something's changed its often because of mobility problems and what I mean by that is slowness people will describe feeling slow dragging a leg. . And or stiffness. . So it has a kind of a set kind of motor movement big strong moving component. . then. . Of course there's tremor I think one thing though that people in general don't realize trimmer isn't necessary. . So tremor definitely brings people into see neurologist and and <hes> certainly can be Parkinson's tremor can have other causes besides Parkinson. . So generally speaking, , it's really more I'd say about the slowness and the stiffness and it can affect any part of the body meaning it can affect lakes and therefore costs. . So walking an example, , but it can also affect the hands in arms where people can actually feel that they can't use arms well, , they feel that things are taking longer to do. . And sometimes, , that might even be associated with some pain element of pain. . So as I mentioned, , Parkinson's is as sort of recognized as a motive problem. . What we're realizing recognizing more over time is that there's what we call it non motor issue meaning on motor related phenomenon that occur and some of these non motor phenomena can occur even before the motor and people don't connect it necessarily with Parkinson's examples of that may be loss of smell. . Now again, , some of these other features are not specific. . So none of these are specific. . Kind of evaluating everything together. . But the non motor features as I said could be the smell teaches and smell. . Other non motor. . So that means things that aren't affecting mobility. . Could be mood, , for example, , society depression back we're now realizing recognizing these number papers that have come out you know years ago that excited pressure may be predate motor symptoms, , two years, , and then exactly depression me manifest in functional things like not be able to drive in a car in the on the highway feeling really anxious about that. . Any family members may comment that the person just seems a little bit more depressed. . So those things are now really well appreciated and recognized <hes> other things that are nominated that again, , me precede motor features or even what we call the autonomic nervous system. . The autonomic nervous system is part of the nervous system that involves <hes> or innovate smooth muscles. . So this is things like your gut. . Your heart. . Your sweat. . Glands. . And those smooth muscles are part of your your gut in your blood vessels when they're not acting normally or behaving normally, , it can cause disruption in your gut like constipation. . So constipation again, , in retrospect we find people may have problems with constipation even before they describe a note problems with movement of blood pressure changes in blood pressure may be dropping him blood pressure or heart rate abnormalities because of. . Changes in the innovation to the heart. . These are all kind of examples of nominal that aren't necessarily specific to Parkinson's disease but kind of come to once we see the motor features we can say, , Oh yeah before that, there , were these other sorts non motor features that were really predating it. . So the point is, , is that Parkinson's certainly more than that and <hes>. . We're appreciating that more and it finally. . I would say now really coming on the forefront again, even , more is a cognitive issue of Parkinson's and I think what we're recognizing again, , cognitive issues a pretty predominant in Parkinson's literature sort of all over the place but essentially, , the reporting about forty percent even upon diagnosis may already have some cognitive issues. . Now, , that's not the same thing as dementia. . So this is called mild cognitive impairment in cognitive impairment is defined by the idea that a person may be noticing memory related issue or their family members noting that but they're not functioning paired meaning. . They can do all the Adl's but they themselves were noting this and we can actually pick that up on some diagnostic testing as well <hes>. . So these things again haven't quite there's some understanding of why this may be happening <hes>, , but they're certainly part of park disease. . And also the idea that they are very much interrelated. So. . . Motor and cognition probably had some relationship to in terms of the idea that cognitive issues can sometimes contribute to more motor problems or cognitive issues can get you more mood related issues. . So they're they're not really separated. . They're very much interrelated and we'll begin understand how and why that may be happening either from a chemical point of view from circuit point of view

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Dr. Giselle Petzinger on Exercise for Parkinson's Disease

FoundMyFitness

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Giselle Petzinger on Exercise for Parkinson's Disease

"Hello everyone I'm sitting here with Dr Sell pet singer who is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Parkinson's disease she is at the University of Southern California, where she splits her time between clinical care and research one of the reasons I reached out to just sal is because I'm particularly interested in some of her research on the role of exercise and Parkinson's disease. Excellent. So Can you talk a little bit about? What Parkinson's diseases maybe just from from a basic standpoint. Absolutely. So Parkinson's disease is a progressive degenerative disorder. It's a disorder that affects individuals that are over the age of fifty generally speaking. So we consider it a disorder of aging. and. Generally speaking, we think of Parkinson's disease as a problem with mobility. In fact, clinically that's how we tend to recognize it and most people when they're trying to are feeling that something's changed its often because of mobility problems and what I mean by that is slowness people will describe feeling slow dragging a leg. And or stiffness. So it has a kind of a set kind of motor movement big strong moving component. then. Of course there's tremor I think one thing though that people in general don't realize trimmer isn't necessary. So tremor definitely brings people into see neurologist and and certainly can be Parkinson's tremor can have other causes besides Parkinson. So generally speaking, it's really more I'd say about the slowness and the stiffness and it can affect any part of the body meaning it can affect lakes and therefore costs. So walking an example, but it can also affect the hands in arms where people can actually feel that they can't use arms well, they feel that things are taking longer to do. And sometimes, that might even be associated with some pain element of pain. So as I mentioned, Parkinson's is as sort of recognized as a motive problem. What we're realizing recognizing more over time is that there's what we call it non motor issue meaning on motor related phenomenon that occur and some of these non motor phenomena can occur even before the motor and people don't connect it necessarily with Parkinson's examples of that may be loss of smell. Now again, some of these other features are not specific. So none of these are specific. Kind of evaluating everything together. But the non motor features as I said could be the smell teaches and smell. Other non motor. So that means things that aren't affecting mobility. Could be mood, for example, society depression back we're now realizing recognizing these number papers that have come out you know years ago that excited pressure may be predate motor symptoms, two years, and then exactly depression me manifest in functional things like not be able to drive in a car in the on the highway feeling really anxious about that. Any family members may comment that the person just seems a little bit more depressed. So those things are now really well appreciated and recognized other things that are nominated that again, me precede motor features or even what we call the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system is part of the nervous system that involves or innovate smooth muscles. So this is things like your gut. Your heart. Your sweat. Glands. And those smooth muscles are part of your your gut in your blood vessels when they're not acting normally or behaving normally, it can cause disruption in your gut like constipation. So constipation again, in retrospect we find people may have problems with constipation even before they describe a note problems with movement of blood pressure changes in blood pressure may be dropping him blood pressure or heart rate abnormalities because of. Changes in the innovation to the heart. These are all kind of examples of nominal that aren't necessarily specific to Parkinson's disease but kind of come to once we see the motor features we can say, Oh yeah before that, there were these other sorts non motor features that were really predating it. So the point is, is that Parkinson's certainly more than that and We're appreciating that more and it finally. I would say now really coming on the forefront again, even more is a cognitive issue of Parkinson's and I think what we're recognizing again, cognitive issues a pretty predominant in Parkinson's literature sort of all over the place but essentially, the reporting about forty percent even upon diagnosis may already have some cognitive issues. Now, that's not the same thing as dementia. So this is called mild cognitive impairment in cognitive impairment is defined by the idea that a person may be noticing memory related issue or their family members noting that but they're not functioning paired meaning. They can do all the Adl's but they themselves were noting this and we can actually pick that up on some diagnostic testing as well So these things again haven't quite there's some understanding of why this may be happening but they're certainly part of park disease. And also the idea that they are very much interrelated. So. Motor and cognition probably had some relationship to in terms of the idea that cognitive issues can sometimes contribute to more motor problems or cognitive issues can get you more mood related issues. So they're they're not really separated. They're very much interrelated and we'll begin understand how and why that may be happening either from a chemical point of view from circuit point of view

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"giselle" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"giselle" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Hello everyone I'm sitting here with Dr Sell pet singer who is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Parkinson's disease she is at the University of Southern California, , where she splits her time between clinical care and research one of the reasons I reached out to just sal is because I'm particularly interested in some of her research on the role of exercise and Parkinson's disease. . Excellent. . So Can you talk a little bit about? ? What Parkinson's diseases <hes> maybe just from from a basic standpoint. . Absolutely. . So Parkinson's disease is a progressive degenerative disorder. . It's a disorder that affects individuals that are over the age of fifty generally speaking. . So we consider it a disorder of aging. . and. . Generally speaking, , we think of Parkinson's disease as a problem with mobility. . In fact, , clinically that's how we tend to recognize it and most people when they're trying to are feeling that something's changed its often because of mobility problems and what I mean by that is slowness people will describe feeling slow dragging a leg. . And or stiffness. . So it has a kind of a set kind of motor movement big strong moving component. . then. . Of course there's tremor I think one thing though that people in general don't realize trimmer isn't necessary. . So tremor definitely brings people into see neurologist and and <hes> certainly can be Parkinson's tremor can have other causes besides Parkinson. . So generally speaking, , it's really more I'd say about the slowness and the stiffness and it can affect any part of the body meaning it can affect lakes and therefore costs. . So walking an example, , but it can also affect the hands in arms where people can actually feel that they can't use arms well, , they feel that things are taking longer to do. . And sometimes, , that might even be associated with some pain element of pain. . So as I mentioned, , Parkinson's is as sort of recognized as a motive problem. . What we're realizing recognizing more over time is that there's what we call it non motor issue meaning on motor related phenomenon that occur and some of these non motor phenomena can occur even before the motor and people don't connect it necessarily with Parkinson's examples of that may be loss of smell. . Now again, , some of these other features are not specific. . So none of these are specific. . Kind of evaluating everything together. . But the non motor features as I said could be the smell teaches and smell. . Other non motor. . So that means things that aren't affecting mobility. . Could be mood, , for example, , society depression back we're now realizing recognizing these number papers that have come out you know years ago that excited pressure may be predate motor symptoms, , two years, , and then exactly depression me manifest in functional things like not be able to drive in a car in the on the highway feeling really anxious about that. . Any family members may comment that the person just seems a little bit more depressed. . So those things are now really well appreciated and recognized <hes> other things that are nominated that again, , me precede motor features or even what we call the autonomic nervous system. . The autonomic nervous system is part of the nervous system that involves <hes> or innovate smooth muscles. . So this is things like your gut. . Your heart. . Your sweat. . Glands. . And those smooth muscles are part of your your gut in your blood vessels when they're not acting normally or behaving normally, , it can cause disruption in your gut like constipation. . So constipation again, , in retrospect we find people may have problems with constipation even before they describe a note problems with movement of blood pressure changes in blood pressure may be dropping him blood pressure or heart rate abnormalities because of. . Changes in the innovation to the heart. . These are all kind of examples of nominal that aren't necessarily specific to Parkinson's disease but kind of come to once we see the motor features we can say, , Oh yeah before that, there , were these other sorts non motor features that were really predating it. . So the point is, , is that Parkinson's certainly more than that and <hes>. . We're appreciating that more and it finally. . I would say now really coming on the forefront again, even , more is a cognitive issue of Parkinson's and I think what we're recognizing again, , cognitive issues a pretty predominant in Parkinson's literature sort of all over the place but essentially, , the reporting about forty percent even upon diagnosis may already have some cognitive issues. . Now, , that's not the same thing as dementia. . So this is called mild cognitive impairment in cognitive impairment is defined by the idea that a person may be noticing memory related issue or their family members noting that but they're not functioning paired meaning. . They can do all the Adl's but they themselves were noting this and we can actually pick that up on some diagnostic testing as well

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Dr. Giselle Petzinger on Exercise for Parkinson's Disease

FoundMyFitness

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Giselle Petzinger on Exercise for Parkinson's Disease

"Hello everyone I'm sitting here with Dr Sell pet singer who is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Parkinson's disease she is at the University of Southern California, where she splits her time between clinical care and research one of the reasons I reached out to just sal is because I'm particularly interested in some of her research on the role of exercise and Parkinson's disease. Excellent. So Can you talk a little bit about? What Parkinson's diseases maybe just from from a basic standpoint. Absolutely. So Parkinson's disease is a progressive degenerative disorder. It's a disorder that affects individuals that are over the age of fifty generally speaking. So we consider it a disorder of aging. and. Generally speaking, we think of Parkinson's disease as a problem with mobility. In fact, clinically that's how we tend to recognize it and most people when they're trying to are feeling that something's changed its often because of mobility problems and what I mean by that is slowness people will describe feeling slow dragging a leg. And or stiffness. So it has a kind of a set kind of motor movement big strong moving component. then. Of course there's tremor I think one thing though that people in general don't realize trimmer isn't necessary. So tremor definitely brings people into see neurologist and and certainly can be Parkinson's tremor can have other causes besides Parkinson. So generally speaking, it's really more I'd say about the slowness and the stiffness and it can affect any part of the body meaning it can affect lakes and therefore costs. So walking an example, but it can also affect the hands in arms where people can actually feel that they can't use arms well, they feel that things are taking longer to do. And sometimes, that might even be associated with some pain element of pain. So as I mentioned, Parkinson's is as sort of recognized as a motive problem. What we're realizing recognizing more over time is that there's what we call it non motor issue meaning on motor related phenomenon that occur and some of these non motor phenomena can occur even before the motor and people don't connect it necessarily with Parkinson's examples of that may be loss of smell. Now again, some of these other features are not specific. So none of these are specific. Kind of evaluating everything together. But the non motor features as I said could be the smell teaches and smell. Other non motor. So that means things that aren't affecting mobility. Could be mood, for example, society depression back we're now realizing recognizing these number papers that have come out you know years ago that excited pressure may be predate motor symptoms, two years, and then exactly depression me manifest in functional things like not be able to drive in a car in the on the highway feeling really anxious about that. Any family members may comment that the person just seems a little bit more depressed. So those things are now really well appreciated and recognized other things that are nominated that again, me precede motor features or even what we call the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system is part of the nervous system that involves or innovate smooth muscles. So this is things like your gut. Your heart. Your sweat. Glands. And those smooth muscles are part of your your gut in your blood vessels when they're not acting normally or behaving normally, it can cause disruption in your gut like constipation. So constipation again, in retrospect we find people may have problems with constipation even before they describe a note problems with movement of blood pressure changes in blood pressure may be dropping him blood pressure or heart rate abnormalities because of. Changes in the innovation to the heart. These are all kind of examples of nominal that aren't necessarily specific to Parkinson's disease but kind of come to once we see the motor features we can say, Oh yeah before that, there were these other sorts non motor features that were really predating it. So the point is, is that Parkinson's certainly more than that and We're appreciating that more and it finally. I would say now really coming on the forefront again, even more is a cognitive issue of Parkinson's and I think what we're recognizing again, cognitive issues a pretty predominant in Parkinson's literature sort of all over the place but essentially, the reporting about forty percent even upon diagnosis may already have some cognitive issues. Now, that's not the same thing as dementia. So this is called mild cognitive impairment in cognitive impairment is defined by the idea that a person may be noticing memory related issue or their family members noting that but they're not functioning paired meaning. They can do all the Adl's but they themselves were noting this and we can actually pick that up on some diagnostic testing as well

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New York - 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres Found Safe After Being Abducted By Father

Financial Quarterback With Josh Jalinski

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

New York - 7-Year-Old Giselle Torres Found Safe After Being Abducted By Father

"An amber alert that you're probably gone on your phone Friday evening is cancelled after seven year old Giselle Torres was found unharmed. Lieutenant Andy Snider from Cheltenham Township Police Department in Pennsylvania describes how they got the suspect to surrender. One of our hostage negotiators was able to get him on the phone. Negotiate his surrender to the New York City Police Department. Giselle had been taken from a town outside Philadelphia by her biological father, Juan Pablo Torres, along with two other men who wore body armor and carried guns. Torahs faces charges that include kidnapping and child

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Nats fire employee for throwing coffee at woman

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Nats fire employee for throwing coffee at woman

"Meantime, nationals of fired an employee who allegedly threw two cups of hot coffee in the face of a female convenience store employee in the Dominican Republic. In a Twitter video posted on Friday night, Giselle Morel, who was the administrator of the Nats Academy in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic, was shown filling up coffee cups of for exchanging words with the cashier and then throwing the coffee honor. He will be facing charges in the Dominican

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Tom Brady speaks out

Inside the Huddle

10:36 min | 1 year ago

Tom Brady speaks out

"Right twenty years now Tom Brady has said just about nothing about anything at all he went out of his way to say as little as possible when there is a microphone in his face yeah for a good chunk of that time he was pretty quiet on social media as well but then he started to reveal more and more on social media then he became a free agent and then you couldn't shut this guy up then he started making as much noise as possible and now that he's out of New England he's practically fighting to get in front of a microphone in the past few days alone Brady is done a players Tribune piece that's like a million words long and now a two hour interview with Howard Stern and if you thought that in appearance on store and meant that he was going to completely unload on bill E. Bobby and the pats for how they treated him go ahead and re think that one wrong assumptions were made about our relationship out how he felt about me I know genuinely how he feels about me now I'm not going to respond to every rumor or assumption that you made other than what his responsibility as coaches to try to get the best player but the team not only in the short term but in the long term as well so what I could control was trying to be the best I can be in both of those situations also so I got to a point where I was I was an older athlete and he sort of plan for the future which is what is responsibility is and I don't fault him for that and that's what he should be you and that's what every coach should be doing not that I would ever coach but you know if I'm ever in a position of authority I would understand that she I would think I really need to before that interview was I like to get his face with a game on that is a remarkable non answer even for TV forty three and I always love that movie includes this now I'm not going to respond to every rumor or assumption this made and then you proceed to not respond to any rumor or assumption that has been made you just blow right on by you don't say or respond to Jack I mean I was a chance for Brady could have really unloaded on tele check but didn't and clearly he doesn't want to for whatever reason maybe it's because he genuinely feels like Belichick is not bad guy here or maybe it's just because he does not want to air it out in public and he didn't really seem to want to get into whether or not he thought that he deserves more respect from Billy and Bobby for what he had done again I can't do his job and you can't do mine right so the fact that you could say what I'd be successful without him the same level of success I don't believe I would have been but I feel the same and vice versa as well the time isn't there some reasonable your part that he didn't make you a patriot for life no absolutely not no because this is a part for me in my life that experience something very different here's the thing I mean it is tough to get a read on Brady when it comes to Pella Scheck and their relationship obviously it's a complicated relationship put Brady is not going to let you inside that relationship not very much so what's the point of putting yourself out there the way he is if you're not going to say anything at all a new C. Mike doing a many media tore is about getting your side of the story out there it's about you controlling the narrative you know as well as promoting yourself and your brand and this new phase your career but exactly what is his side of the story again this guy's not saying anything what it seems to me is it's like he's framing things and he's being respectful about Jack but it's nothing but love and respect right well me ask you this time if it's nothing but love and respect the hell are you doing in Tampa if it's all respect why are you still in New England and what about all the reports in recent months in recent years about how strange that relationship wise so which is it exactly is it a totally respectful parting of the ways or was Brady really bad about the fact that Belichick would not commit to him in the form of a multi year extension that he wanted because Brady says it's the former but there's a lot of smoke there it was the latter all in speaking of smoke there was the revelation the Brady drank any smoked weed in high school there was that but is it really a revelation quote what kept me from smoking a lot of weed obviously in high school you try that and you drink and go to parties but I always felt like I was letting my dad down he went on quote I do have fun in high school with partying and drinking and smoking weed on occasion but as it got later my high school life does became less and less and quote I mean I guess that's something it shows that he has been a cyborg his entire life did do was not going to Baskin Robbins in high school and asking if they add avocado ice cream that when all the other kids were baking in high school Tommy was well baking in high school at least for a minute or two I mean damn what a wild man homeboy really did get loose yeah not really then again if you don't chop it up for two hours with Howard Stern not answer any questions because how it's not having that in well he didn't admit to any strain in his relationship with the hood Tommy did admit to a strain in his relationship with his wife you know because of the long hours the resistance bands the avocado ice cream the avoidance of night shades and probably that guy Alex rubbing all that lotion on his legs the fact that it was all in during the football season then once it ended he was all in on his off the field business is the fact that he was being a pretty selfish dude and Giselle was not having that you know she didn't feel like I was doing my part to the family you know when she felt like I would play football on all season and she would take care of the house and all seven of season one ended I'd be like great let me get into all my other business activities let me get into my football training and she said they're going when you can do things for the house you're gonna take the kids to school and do that right now is a big part of our marriage that I would I had to like check myself because she's like I have goals and dreams too it's just not this you know do these things either so you better start you know taking care of things about how so two years ago as it related to your laptop off for me I had to make a big transition in my life to say I can't do all the things that I wanted to do football like I used to you know I got to take care of things in my family because my family was the situation wasn't great she wasn't satisfied with our marriage damn like I gotta stop wearing my recovery performance jammies like wow I might have to eat a tomato I mean I guess that's something sort of as much as a wife telling a husband you're not keeping up your end of the bargain do better or hit the brakes I mean not that that's some sort of crazy revelation debut I think that Tommy was taking the kids to school and doing the dishes I mean his duties all ball all day except when he's trying to convince everybody that drinking water prevents sunburn of course she was passed and then there was the admission that he did not throw to some guys that he did not trust I would say I don't have any trust that this guy can you know help us to win the game and I can definitely expressed my opinion to say if you put him out there I'm not going to build the wall because I write you know the whole team is trusting me to do what's right by the team so you can't put someone out there that I don't believe in because if I don't believe in and then it'll work was for the team home shut it down let's go home he went there if you can trust you you weren't getting the ball you know again for Brady that sounds like some kind of crazy revelation he just admitted if he didn't trust you he would not feed you damn homeboy is ruthless no actually homeboy is like every other quarterback in the history of the world in that regard they have guys that they trust to run the right route and make a catch and they have guys that they don't trust the guys do they do trust get the most looks the guys that they don't don't it's pretty much out is ready quarterback ever however there is one thing that did come out of the interview that we did not know something regulatory the fact is he's got a nickname I nicknamed the we didn't know a nickname the comes courtesy of Matt castle by the way did you know the back castle never started a game in college sign Jerome Bettis is from Detroit anyway Matt Cassel never starting a game in college is now the second most important fact about Matt Cassel because the most important fact about castle he's he's the one who got lost Tom Brady the following now it comes it comes from a gaming six when Brady suffered what was ultimately diagnosed as a sports hernia go ahead ask because like like one side looks like I would say like an orange and then the other side was normal and I was like something's wrong here thank you thank Dr Brady something's wrong here we just jump in there what's your first and the fact that one testy was normal and the other with the size of an orange art Modell things you want to get that checked out Tom as you might imagine the fellas in a locker room we're not about to let that go my backup time capsule turn pictures of me like with this once you step on one thank you guys

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Brady: It was 'just time' to leave Pats for new challenge

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Brady: It was 'just time' to leave Pats for new challenge

"On Tom the Brady week entered that Tiger his final Woods season was supposed in New to England defend with his a strong masters inkling title that it would instead be his last comes with word the patriots that he and his six caddie time Joe Superbowl lacava champion are who signed being with sued the Tampa Bay from Buccaneers an incident in free at agency the Valspar last championship month said two Wednesday years on ago Sirius XM's Brian the Howard Bruso Stern show was a fan it was at just that time tournament for a change and is reiterating alleging that that he has Lacob no hard feelings I shoved about him coach as bill he was Belichick trying to take not a making selfie a with patriot woods for life perusal insisting claims there has he never suffered been a rift physical between the wounds two losing over who is his most ability responsible to earn for income doing one success and has had ongoing Brady also health talked problems about moving his family the to Russo Derek Jeter's is seeking mansion thirty in Tampa thousand as dollars well as his in marriage damages to supermodel Giselle woods Bundchen finished in a tie trying for marijuana second at and alcohol that tournament as a teenager and both in his he college and Lochaber career at Michigan are named I'm in Josh the lawsuit Rowntree I'm David Shuster

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Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

Native America Calling

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a presumptive positive case of the corona virus has been declared on the U. Mattila reservation the Oregon Health Authority contacted the confederated tribes governing body Monday to alert health officials of an exposed employees at the tribes. Wild Horse Casino. The individual is hospitalized in Washington state for treatment. As Casey you WSB Giselle Half Moon. Reports officials took immediate action. An emergency command center being headed by Lisa Guzman. Ceo of the Tribal Health Center has been initiated with support by members of the tribal government staff. Health facility personnel had previously participated in multiple discussions with numerous agencies regarding the corona virus and as a result were able to quickly address the case development on Monday morning as a precaution tribal leadership issued immediate closures for the Community High School Head Start Daycare and senior center until all facilities have been fully sanitized. The tribal casino is also temporarily closed to conduct full cleansing operations but is expected to reopen and twenty four to forty eight hours. In addition all community events on the UMATILLA Indian reservation are cancelled for the week of March. Second through the eighth. This is just sell half moon reporting from the humid Silla Indian reservation now low nation lawmakers on Monday discussed what efforts the tribe is taking to address the corona virus. A team has been established to monitor plan. Prepare and coordinate precautionary efforts the Navajo Department of Health reports. They're currently no cases of the krona virus on the Navajo nation but the tribal health department is monitoring a case in Arizona. Meanwhile the Indian Health Service is following normal policies and procedures for respiratory illnesses. A fight over leadership of a New York tribe has led to arrests. Ws KGB's Silia. Clark has more. The causes of this conflict goes back over a decade and involves the site of several buildings. The leader of the federally recognized you. Nation Council recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the Traditionalist Unity Council they included a schoolhouse and longhouse used for traditional ceremonies. That leader said it was done to reclaim property. Stolen from KU nation. The traditional leaders called destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cuyahoga nation. New York Senator Chuck Schumer has called on the Justice and Interior Department to investigate the destruction of the buildings. I'm Celia Clark. The northern Arapaho tribe has declared a state of emergency amid a crisis of Methamphetamine Addiction Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports the northern Arapaho. Business Council has directed all tribal employees to make combating meth addiction a top priority at a dedication ceremony last week tribal leader said. This isn't a new problem on the wind. River Reservation Matthews reached a crisis level. Here years ago but business councilwoman CLORINDA calling thunder said. She believes the tribe can overcome. It can do it. Free better people. This journey has eradicated or call her. This comes about a month after the OGLALA. Sioux tribe declared a state of emergency over Matthews and its role in the high homicide rate on the Pine Ridge reservation. The northern Arapaho tribes declaration also establishes an Anti Meth Task Force and a series of community listening sessions for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar and demand. Tony Al Gonzales.

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Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

"Today's leader was a celebrated politician and was devoted to fighting for freedom and her country. She lived through era's colonialism and independence. Let's talk about Giselle Raba. Saha Jeff just sell Roberts Hollow was born on May Seventh Nineteen Twenty Nine Antananarivo Madagascar at that point Madagascar was a French colony. Gazelles family was very politically involved. Her father was an officer in the French army so she spent most of her childhood moving between his different postings and France Tunisia and molly when he died in nineteen forty to Giselle and her family return to Madagascar ask are those. Zell initially dreamed of becoming a nun. She decided against it by the age of seventeen. She was deeply involved in politics herself in the mid nineteen forties. Some political leaders about a gas car led efforts to become independent failed to do so through legal channels some some became radicalized and decided to take more violent measures in nineteen forty seven. Malagasy nationalists armed mostly with spears attacked attack. French military bases across the island. It became known as the nineteen forty seven. Malagasy uprising in response the French French killed many of the nationals estimates from the French said be killed around eleven hundred Malagasy nationals while Malagasy estimates were way higher around one hundred thousand casualties. Giselle was actively involved in a campaign for the rights of political prisoners from the uprising. She fought to free thousands of prisoners. She gathered a committee to support. Prisoners families wrote news articles to attract international attention and worked with members of parliament. Element petitioned the French president. In nineteen fifty six Giselle became the first woman elected as a municipal councillor. She was also the the first woman to lead a Malagasy political party having founded a party called the Union of the Malagasy. People in Nineteen fifty-eight Giselle United. Five nationalist nationalist organizations to help the Congress party for the independence of Madagascar. After a series of revolts Madagascar gained full independence in nineteen sixty when France agreed to let it become autonomous. Giselle then shifted roles from General Secretary of the Congress Party three to Minister of Culture and revolutionary art in that role. She committed herself to protecting people's heritage. She founded a national library. Prairie in nineteen seventy nine oversaw. The publication fifty works in the Malagasy language restored more than twenty five national monuments organized artistic mystic competitions and create the Mala gase copyright office in one thousand nine hundred five. Her policies helped promote national creativity. Giselle served as minister stir of culture until Nineteen ninety-one ten years later. She was also appointed Deputy Speaker of the Senate in addition to her roles in government. Giselle Zell was also on the editorial board of Nationalist newspaper. That opposed French. Colonial rule for much of her life. Giselle never got married or had any children when she was asked about her decision not to do so. She said that she preferred to serve her country instead to Zell wraps a Halla passed away on June twenty-seventh seventh two thousand eleven one day after the fiftieth anniversary of Madagascar's independence. After her death local reporters described her as as mother courage. Mother of the nation.

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US: Med student tried to smuggle cancer research to China

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

US: Med student tried to smuggle cancer research to China

"A Chinese cancer researcher sponsored by Harvard to study the US has been ordered held without bail pending trial on stealing from Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center jun Giselle song was arrested December tenth at Logan bound for China with vials of research specimens in a sock packed in his bag yesterday a federal judge ruled in favor of prosecutors at Jones connection with the Chinese government which gave him a scholarship made him a flight risk the feds claim China uses post grad students and researchers to steal intellectual property from the

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Wrong-way driver killed on I-10 identified as HPD officer

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Wrong-way driver killed on I-10 identified as HPD officer

"Oh one our top story H. B. D. says the wrong way driver who died in a head on crash on I. ten your ceiling this morning was an officer thirty say thirty two year old officer Giselle Florio was headed east on the westbound lane when she hit the front of an eighteen Wheeler officers l'oreal was pronounced dead at the scene truck driver not injured

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Homelessness & social housing

Planet Money

07:08 min | 2 years ago

Homelessness & social housing

"I met Chris at a park in Manhattan. Tell me what your nickname is black. That's the shortness of I last night. Chris likes good bottled water, the Mets the Knicks and the jets in that order and chocolate butterfinger hours eating when you approach. Chris has a daughter who just finished her second year of college carry a picture right on my phone. High school graduation, robe valedictorian. Wow. He's been helping her out a bid putting some money in her pocket, but she treated him to lunch today for the past eight years. I think I've been paying her phone Bill and my phone Bill and now she because I'm in this situation, she actually paid the phone, Bill FIS in is I think I did a good job raising. I know say good feeling Chris became homeless a month and a week ago, I was on a train for two nights before I got before I got into the system. That's not too good because I didn't know about two hotels. The hotels, Chris checked into a hotel in Manhattan, a couple of days ago and all the rooms at this hotel are completely occupied by men who are homeless paid for by the city. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sally home, and I'm Sarah quintiles today on the show. We look at how New York City ended up renting thousands of hotel rooms for the homeless. Also, how solving homelessness might be surprisingly cheap and how the first step in solving? It is learning how to count. This message comes from NPR sponsor each rate. Investing your money shouldn't require moving mountains, no matter how much or how little experience, you have each raid makes investing simple along with great value. They provide the tools and support you need to navigate the markets. All to help your money, work hard for you. For more information visit each Ray dot com slash NPR. Each rate securities, LLC member sipc. It's nineteen sixty five a white minister is murdered in some Alabama. But no one is held to account more than fifty years later. We return to the place where it happened to call ally, ally and finally solve this murder white lies from NPR new episodes drop. Tuesdays? People in New York City, have what's called a right to shelter. That means New York City is legally obligated to find a bed for every person who needs one every single adult every family every couple every night of the year. If the shelters are full people cannot be turned away. So the city, rents blocks of hotel rooms entire floors entire hotels, just for the homeless, some or sort of like a shelter hotel hybrid. Some are five star hotels with paying customers on some floors, and homeless families on others, the hotel Chris's at doesn't allow him to have any visitors. So I couldn't get in. Actually, I want to see. So this is your windows, overlooking park, and that's my bed deer and this doesn't look like a hotel bed known, like it's not hotel furniture right up, his the headboard. Of what they had, I guess, a Queen or king size. The headboard is still out there, but everything else was taken away. So they could put these two cats. What I call them cuts. Yeah. Twin bed on, on meadow, removed the, the official hotel furniture the hotel that Christmas day at is a big hotel chain. You've heard of it, you seen signs from the side of the freeway, but we're not going to name the hotel because the city told us that in the past when people have found out that certain commercial hotels or housing the homeless those hotels dumped the homeless guests overnight leaving the city's scrambling to find new hotel beds for them all the hotel rooms. The city uses are technically shelters with the rules of shelter. You have to be in by ten PM, and you can't be in the hotel during the day. If you're not working, you have to be out between hours nine to five as far as food and drink water can't bring anything else in their ways. You could sneak some candy bars, and they check your socks. But if you take the candy bar on put in the back of your side, they don't they don't they don't check that at this hotel it's two strangers to a room they each get a locker for their staff because they're strangers. And Chris says his roommate is a big snore who keeps the room to Colt in his bed. He remained hoses on by the window. Very close to each other. Does it feel like a hotel? We're actually does you do get the some service there. We get the linen. That chance. But the inside is, is, is looks like a hotel last year. The city spent three hundred and sixty four million dollars about a million dollars a day, using hotels as shelters. And of course, it's been even more money on traditional shelters. Yeah. The city has to do this by court. Order right to shelter has been around since nineteen Seventy-nine a group called the coalition for the homeless was behind the right to shelter. But even they say that things have turned out kind of weird Giselle rue the air with the coalition says they never thought, it'd come to hotel beds. It's far cheaper to provide housing and not only is it cheaper. It's more humane thing to do. It just makes logical financial immoral sense. Housing, it costs about forty thousand dollars a year to shelter, a single adult like Chris in New York City, and treselle says that is so much more than what it would cost to help Chris rent in apartment, basically double the cost of renting him. An apartment as the city is now spending, or greater and greater share sheltering tens of thousands of people. They need to be thinking about solutions to start housing people, so that they can not be spending billions of dollars on shelter costs in perpetuity, and cities all over the country, spent huge amounts on temporary shelter, even though housing is often cheaper than shelter. Not always we're gonna get into some of the nuances in a minute. Either way, Chris says he wants out I gotta go. I could stay you know, so I do everything I can get out of the system. Chris, MRs cooking in a kitchen. Chef ramsay. But I like to cook my own meals at twenty minutes, I less. Do you miss cooking Righetti tomato sauce and the city they get it? They say, yeah. These hotels are expensive, so they're phasing out commercial hotel use. But it'll still take five years, and they're investing more in permanent affordable housing.

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"giselle" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"When you go on set, I understand how people can fall for their set partner because you are with them. It's twenty four south. So as much as you love your spouse or you love your husband. I can see how boundaries might blur. So let's say I'm out of town again, whether the infidelity was in our history or not I can see the boundaries blurring because you're around that turned the tables, and and once you reveal where Mike is we can ask him this later what if Mike decides to get a trainer, and she is smokin hot Giselle single Giselle. What are you feeling? I'm working out with them. I mean, I'm not working on my like, I mean, if my man I'm working out with them is that what you'd say you'd be cool with Giselle being Zell our trainer together hours. So this is this is tricky because there is that piece of infidelity with ours. Yeah. I will say this is a tricky part. But having said that I will agree with Sarah. I would. Work out together. Now what if Mike asked you to not have that trainer. How do you feel about? So so Giselle. Okay. So I'm going to switch it. Okay. So I had the dog. We have did it wrong. Oh my gosh. I'm so dumb. I just did it again. Same thing, Amy here and the comments. Yeah. Amy's an idiot. I get it. I'm an idiot. Okay. Bradley cooper. We have your trainer. I I know my boundary. Huston. I would that would not be smart smelled is your train. I what if you're down with it. You're like I'm cool with Ryan Reynolds me my trainer. But Mike says, hey, I don't really want. Ryan Reynolds to be your trainer, are you or are you? Okay. So I would I need to respect. Michael does a great job of respecting the boundaries that I have the I said what would make me feel safe? So it's not about this. I think in the very beginning with us is it's not about saying you can't do this. You can't do this. It's more about saying. This doesn't make me feel safe when you do this. So can you not do this? So for example, I don't think that I know that Mike would never want me to train with Gleb. He's a you know was my dance partner. And I was going to bring that up. I just wanted to. So. You know? I don't think that when it's someone that is. Yes, are these people tractive that were naming? Yes. Yes. But you're also like you don't really sweat. You don't really turn red like your like very hot. When you were a guy. Like, I'm a sweaty monster fillets, no trainer is going to be like YoM dealt with her. So so the on it. She's like actually on the treadmill? I'm like, I feel like yeah. You I would understand Mike saying I don't want you working out one on one in those closest he's not because he doesn't trust me. Because I do think he trust me. But I just think again, it's you're you're playing with fire when you're that close. Now what about which is why I have a female trainer. But not saying that I wouldn't like there's another guy that I trained with in Nashville. He was great. You know, he was big and whatever. But I I again, I that's not my thing. I don't really I actually like there is a theory that like, okay? So you go to the trainer and he's all hot, Bradley Cooper. Ryan reynolds. Ryan Gosling, we've ever you like an in kind of fires you up. So then you come home, and you're all, hey..

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Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

Jason and Alexis

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

"This. Morning let's talk about Ben Affleck Ben Affleck according to people magazine had been drinking alone for days before heading back to rehab that he was on a downward. Spiral he was in bad. Shape he wasn't. Eating he hadn't showered and it didn't take much convincing to get him to go to. Rehab he wanted to go and he. Cooperated so that's the latest story for. People I, mean we kind of knew that he didn't put up a, fight but that was what was happening leading up to the days of. Him I just heard a story to that Warner Brothers is considering removing him or he's considering removing himself from the role of Batman because of insurance that the. Insurance on him playing that. Role would be. So high now because of his addiction struggles I mean that's been that project has been. So plagued right with him they should. Probably move on I I liked him. I didn't, dislike him as much as some people did as Batman but, maybe move on and re let that franchise settle for a little bit Well yeah I mean but let it settle or do what they, did with Spiderman they relaunched it so successfully with Tom Holland that you know Because, remember they had a blip with Andrew Garfield with Spiderman nobody liked those two movies you'll let it you let it simmer for, a couple years and then you do you do a great casting job like they did with, Tom Holland and look now when people think Spiderman. They no longer think at. Tobey Maguire which I used to they now, think of Tom Holland, they have to. Do the same, thing

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"giselle" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So is everyone by your wedding? The only one not invited Giselle and and even by that, Ashley has Ed, you guys just called each other. And they're like, yeah, but it's like said, would love. You know, it's like, you know, I still love her at the end of the day in Kansas is like, yeah, you know, like I'm more uptight. She's more easy going and like I can look past all her. Messy nece all her flagrant messy, messy, messy, nece senators, good person you down in their teepee Tepe deep down there. Thank you. That's nice. I appreciate that. Okay. Where does so canvas base antiquites pressing, whether she's going to invite just and she's like, I don't want to invite anyone. They don't wanna be. Yeah, can't. It's basically like, listen. I was only allowed back for a second season. If I agree notch invite treselle that where we have a storyline but the whole season. Okay. So I'm not inviting her. So Andy says a, could someone get Robin off the floor. The. Hurt myself doing the lots that was not a lutts that was used sitting on your ass and pushing yourself across the ice. But I every single time lutts. We got. Let's load staining..

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"giselle" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"A now my wife and my daughter five and she's definitely not the typical giselle she'll what cure around and beat me up and all she's very strong character so three females in my life particularly my mother you know she was a feminist since i was born i remember hoping of eminent so when i see giselle i don't see her sweet and coy wrong but that's from a male perspective and i think a lot of mythological characters females i written by males so it's how men wanna see women and so i didn't wanna see giselle in the way men wanted to see women i wanted to represent my mum oh my wife and i wanted to be able to fall in love with someone who's strong and whose fierce and and fragile how's the coming afaf changed your relationship to the world you talked about you your work now being more engaged not necessarily political but more aware of things yes it has changed because they represent the present the future we have really messed it up our generation previous generation of really messed it up for them i had a really good childhood and the world was oh right it wasn't entirely right but it was okay and now the cracks there because we see ourselves in isolation from the other we need each other it's simple as that what happens in syria the repercussions arrives here unfortunately we think it's isolated but it's not but the new generation does really hoping them they hopefully with technology take our civilization into place.

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"giselle" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"But he's you know he belongs in jail and i think he's gonna go there after that angry explosion and we talk a ton about southern charm in the next life show but quickly it just want to go over some funny things in potomac this week which is i want to start with a quote from my beloved giselle who's also an allstar chew says and i think this kind of sums up the entire housewives franchise she says and i quote this whole getting old thing is for the birds this whole getting old thing is for the birds indeed giselle indeed you know look this show it's slower it just is i like all the characters characters i like all the women i really do and i i actually i actually like ashley i've said i feel for her i don't wanna see your mom on camera anymore to dark i guess like since i've become a mom i'm viewing that in a much darker lens i feel really really bad for a mom i feel really bad for us jane i don't think she should put that on camera speaking of not being on camera her husband that fucking british piece of shit he kind of called her out because ashley in a beautiful magnanimous gesture because she broke up with her husband before like they're prenup was up basically they're prenup stated that if they stayed married for three years instead of getting a small lump sum she would get half of all of her rich husbands assets they broke up to two and a half years and.

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"giselle" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"Yeah just it's amazing to me that's amazing even if you're not a sports fan you know who tom brady is because he's crossed he's transcended sport hey he's went to the med gala the other night people everybody bagging on let's get to it stop going quotes we'll go back to where here it's the return of a segment that you all know in love it's sims raw reactions i show things to sims for the first time we get his reaction apparently he's let's go to tom brady and giselle rockin vis suit i'm just gonna put it up here so you can see yeah there you go google tom brady met gala what everyone's bagging on tom brady i think part of the reason is giselle put out a video earlier she's like isn't me so cute his knee so cute and she's he's like okay enough enough he he just looks like a magician i you're right i didn't think of that i mean yeah you're probably right that's part of the bashing of it i mean how dare he'd be handsome and good looking and and well my he looks handsome good looking that like i found his hair to be kinda slick to one side like for me thomas at his best when it's like sporty town and i'm like wearing a hat you know what i mean boots but he he looked so uncomfortable he fine i just think for a guy who it's all about as appearance he really seemed like he didn't want to be there at all he just looked like look at his face in this photo like he just looks like he doesn't wanna be there should be in the circus he's gonna come out on stage i don't think it was that evil magician in a movie harry they're like this is our.

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"giselle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"They last night was the twenty eighteen met gala oscars of the east coast if you will the theme is well no is heavenly bodies fashion in the catholic imagination what yeah applic imagine let's start things out with tom brady and giselle giselle was wearing dress tom will not address he was wherever sachi soup you've been criticized for what you think alison i think he looked like a magician from vegas crafty hey also making news last night was to change proposed to kisha ward fun fact he also proposed there at the two thousand thirteen bt award and since they've referred to each other it's husband and white moving on cam newton looking like he's ready for week eight vs the rayvey we couldn't find anyone taking credit for his outfit what did you think alison the jacket no one will take credit for the outfit no we cannot find the designer anywhere no one would claim that what is that drek what color is that it looks like my entire top ten many colors many hats anything's go out would you guts i like the hat and the hat is a nice look i like it a lot greg canadian mountie hat it really is he slayed moving on here rodman jaylo america's first couple jaylo was wearing a balmain dress who also dress chadwick bozeman an era was wearing all black understated suit you think alison okay so i hated a rod but jaylo like he said slave she did look gorgeous.

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"giselle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"They guy last night is the twenty eighteen met gala oscars of the east coast if you will the theme is well no was heavenly bodies fashion in the catholic imagination what yeah applic imagine let's start things out with tom brady and giselle giselle was wearing a dress tom will not address he was wearing for cheese soup you've been criticized for what you think alison i think he looked like a magician from vegas crafty what also making news last night with to change you propose the kisha ward fun fact he also proposed there at the two thousand thirteen bt awards and since they've referred to each other it's husband and white moving on cam newton looking like he's ready for week eight versus the ravens we couldn't find anyone taking credit for his outfit what did you think alison the jacket no one will take credit for the outfit like no we cannot find the designer anywhere no one would claim it what is that jack what color is that it looks like my entire top ten many colors many hats anything's go out what'd you think guts i like the hat and a hat is a nice look i like it a lot greg canadian mountie hat it really is he slayed moving on here hey jaylo america's first couple jaylo was wearing a balmain dress who also dress chadwick bozeman an era was wearing an all black understated suit but you think alison okay so i hated a rod but jaylo like he said slave she did look gorgeous.

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George Zimmerman accused of making threats

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:38 min | 3 years ago

George Zimmerman accused of making threats

"The iheartradio app you can download that after free bbc news time six oh nine new trouble for george zimmerman the florida man acquitted in the twenty twelve killing of trayvon martin this time german is charged with stalking as we hear from cbs alison keys they were minister charged with misdemeanor stalking accused of threatening and harassing a private investigator last year the investigator says he got twenty one phone calls thirty eight text messages and seven voicemails and just over two hours the investigator worked for production company that was producing a documentary about the twenty twelve death of trayvon martin the unarmed black teen shot to death by zimmerman zimmerman is set to appear in court on may thirtieth authorities also say zimmerman threatened to feed the private investigator to an alligator the annual met gala was held in new york city last night hundreds of celebrities were there for this year's exhibition entitled heavenly bodies fashion and the catholic imagination among those in attendance tom brady and giselle bunch who posted this clip the social media on their way to the event almost arriving at the mat make bait would acuity is in the acuity guy saw seriously well adam kaufman is decked and head to toe and celtics gear the couple last night war complimenting golden black for saatchi outfits let you think about that take my outfits cheaper it's all yours thanks celtics and sixers going five philadelphia staved off eliminator home last night while three ninety two win jason tatum lead boston with twenty points but he was one of.

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Tom Brady negotiated with wife to play at least 2 more years

The NFL Show

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Tom Brady negotiated with wife to play at least 2 more years

"Okay you favor a corner over a defensive lineman you're the only guy in america the dick because you didn't watch super bowl okay he didn't watch the super bowl you haven't watched any great watch any of those teams no team can cover if you can't rush that's a fact so you know but that being said i don't wanna pick on cleveland i won't pick on the seventy sixers either so we'll move on a luma on we'll talk about a team that you know we just brought up that team that was going to trade up apparently for baker mayfield at the number two spot and that is the new england patriots and we have to talk about their quarterback tom brady he says he is negotiated essay that in quotations the next two years with his wife giselle about his future and those are family talks we have two more years of tom brady and then we're gonna get to the point where is it going to be franchise tagged in twenty twenty what will the future look like is he going to get a new contract with the patriots they have the seventh round danny atlema came in from lsu th there's a whole lot of stuff going on now to figure out what is the future for tom brady will look i think this i think the shooter for all these great quarterbacks in the nfl has just gotten changed with the matt ryan contract i mean matt ryan changed the landscape first thing that happened her cousin changed the landscape and this is the whole genesis behind free agency this is what the agents have always hoped for what happened in free agency a free agent makes ex that a guy who's an established player will make x plus y and that's what's happening with kirk cousins and now ryan got a contract in an era rogers is going to get a contract that and i think what's going on in new england and this is just my own instinct is i think.

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"giselle" Discussed on Take It From Me

Take It From Me

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on Take It From Me

"The are the people who traded in their chips and change their minds all in the name of fresh air. And we're letting these folks interview each other. Each week student becomes teacher, interviewee becomes interviewer. I'm Nick Motte host of the show, and this is take it from me. The podcast from REI your source for outdoor gear classes and experiences. I really, really don't like the cold if I'm going outside. I know even if I bundle up my handle hurt and my ears will get cold and my nose will start running Vits a little chilly outside or little stormy. I just stay in heck, I'll just go to the gym today, I think, but just seen doesn't seem to care about any of that just Elza mountaineer and she was the first Venezuelan woman to summit Denali despite two major medical setbacks. She's attempted to some of the world's highest and most beautiful peaks last episode steer. You will talked about the role of art in the great outdoors failing help us, then you don't know what to do. Maybe the most important thing to do as to go be outside and be with the land. The land talk to you as Sarah Giselle hiked up to a high point in the mountains. They got to know each other a little bit going to interview me. Now we should, you know, kind of strange for me because I will usually be asking questions. So let's say. How. Before I ask you all my curious questions, I just want to know what makes you tick. I think adventure being able to like, you know, feel my heart pumping seem beautiful places and push myself to limits. I think that's it. As the sun said over the rocky mountains, Seren Giselle talked about injury ego and starting over. So were you an athlete growing up? Yeah, I never like saw myself as an athlete in terms of since I was a kid. My first sport was golf, really? Yeah, conscious. Yeah, people will be like, why are you coming. Yeah, and swimming. So yeah. So I've always like every time I remember like coming home after school and just like try wanted to go out and play, and you know, be my motto bike or just be outside them, you know, like playing. So I, I saw more of like a play thin and then to be active. And I, I think I in love with sports like they won. So at what age should you start? Mountaineering high altitude mountaineer a few years ago and yeah. So I always kind of like loft going for hikes, and then you know, since I love to push my limits, I kind of like start thinking, hey, I can go up the mountain. So it was a progression and yeah and well, when I when I decided that I wanted to go to like really, really high place I ever that wasn't back in two thousand and one. At the time was the first and only, but that's what an expedition that you know that went to Evers and I remember I was in high school in like, I will like go back home after school, and I will like go and look, you know, Frasier stations or whatever to see where these guys were. So there were like heroes to me. And now the time I was fourteen, I promised myself that one day I was going to go to ever. Do you still have that promise to yourself? Well, I want. And I couldn't. I couldn't. I couldn't finish what I what I was there to do. It's been really hard to cope with failure because you know a lot of people will tell you, hey, I mean, you where they are like you were uphill in the mountain. You almost got it. But like when you work hard and something on you sacrifice so much thanks to to make it it's period. Even though I know that I, that I did everything that I could, and I have no regrets and how I Hamill dissertation and how I try him for it. It everyday look myself in the mirror and say, I failed to you on it still. I

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"giselle" Discussed on BalletMet - Director's Pointe of View

BalletMet - Director's Pointe of View

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on BalletMet - Director's Pointe of View

"Story line is just fell is the central character and she is the daughter of one of the workers in a vineyard sometimes some productions are just that there is this village but most folklore and most of the story line or libretto for giselle is that it's based in outs of village outside of the castle in a vineyard and they're celebrating the autumn festival albrecht who is royal blood in himself has been coming to the village and has i would say likes one to start a love affair with um giselle andrew del in nature is very innocent and open and just a bright light so he's drawn to that even though he is betrothed two lady of the castle and her father and i think the father is a duke i'm not really quite sure every sort of stories different but they are the ones that owned the castle in the vineyard so the premise is that just tell sometimes for different productions has a heart condition and the story or the the fable and this whole message is that women should not be dancing because it is they don't want to be sexual iced and so the stories that if you die of a broken heart and you you dance too much that you are destined or thrown into a lifetime or not even an afterlife of being a willie and willie is only for females is if they had died from a broken heart before they were married and saved the story is that sh giselle dies of a broken heart from albreicht betraying her he goes into the forest trying to mourn and hopefully save put across our.

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"giselle" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"giselle" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Anger or fiancee yes well beyond say giselle knowles carter the mother of a blue a sir enriching all three of whom we speak your name says what's up zero what's going on how's life what's practicing it's busy it's fast and it's coming at me quickly and i had the dodge today and laid out and take a nap i literally didn't know what to do like i stood therefore second i got really overwhelmed and i said on the couch and i said i'm just going to go to sleep for twenty minutes and i'd contractors in my office and i turn to them in i said i'm going to go to sleep for twenty minutes if you need me you can you can you can shake me a little bit but i'm really gonna try to go to sleep for twenty minutes so they left real ho in the heck over twenty minutes i did took a power net power enough say at it worked for me they they're just a waste of time they don't do anything the make me angry i do not feel rejuvenated after twenty minutes of rest i was pretty irritated but it's it's i don't know maybe my circadian rhythms how are you i'm i'm okay i'm i'm hanging in addis was saying i don't think my circadian rhythms are twenty minutes long or i don't know if that's what that means but twenty twenty minutes worth of sleep is just about as useless as a useless skits no i'm definitely one of those on.

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