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Fresh update on "mcfadden" discussed on The Daily Beans
"Welcome back we're talking with. Adam class felt about mo brooks filing today and before the break You had mentioned what he said word for word there in his filing and might my question is this sounds familiar. This sounds like what the five hundred thirty five insurrectionists are saying trump told me to do it. Trump invited me trump sent me. Did he say what the purpose of the speech was supposed to be. Because we know it can't be a campaign speech otherwise it's not covered and we know that you can't be instigating tacna capital otherwise that's not covered by certification either. Did he go on to say. I was coordinating with the white house. The white house told me to give this speech at the ellipse. As part of a like did he say how that speech and coordinating with the white house was part of his job other than trump would be mad at him. If he didn't do it like did he give a purpose well. He claims that he was serving the the constituencies denied in the past that he when he says when he was at the ellipse giving this inflammatory speech basically a saying our ancestors sacrificer blood sweat their tears their fortunes Are you going to fight for america. He claims he was talking about fighting in the upcoming elections. The election that the stop the steel rally was all about. That's his claim but it still makes it a campaign speech right absolutely. I'm not commenting on the effectiveness of his argument. But then and it's the argument that he's making against the you know not only is the doj rejecting. His interpretation. Not only are the plaintiffs rejecting his interpretation. We need to remember. He's the amicus. There are friends of corporates from some of them. A serious first amendment lawyers out there who have rejected the interpretation at this was first amendment related activity. So he's going after some serious legal firepower. Essentially prince say he is a lawyer but he decided to fight this on his own There isn't adage about that. I think you listeners. Know that but that's the argument that he's signing on. He does claim that the bears an innocent interpretation to the speech that he was delivering that it wasn't about the election that the event was explicitly designed to dispute. It wasn't about the twenty twenty election it was about upcoming elections. Bay should fight And you know like their ancestors sacrifice their blood their sweat their tears that this speech he claims was about upcoming elections. Even though the entire event that day the entire rally at the ellipse was about the twenty twenty election. Yeah and again. If he was speaking for the president in coordination with the president for the upcoming election that is a campaign rally. It is not part of your speech. Even if you're not campaigning for yourself i'm pretty sure. And i still think i mean the court has to answer this right. Which judges is this which judges this so this is before judge meta in the district of columbia. Okay yeah i'm eight matter okay. We're not talking trevor. Mcfadden or anything. So i think. I have to say i assuming that the this judge will make a ruling on the filing that because this is a motion that he filed right that mo brooks filed isn't it yes mrs his response to the it's titled his big terrified reply to be breached posing his petition to certify that he's immune under the westfall act so he's arguing against all of the arguments concerning doj the arguments by a reps representative swallow that he does not qualify for westphal immunity. He says oh contraire I was collaborating with trump essentially. And he's petitioning the court for certification since the doj he's basically. I think this is a right. He's also asking the court certify him. He's not just replying. He yes he is. And this is in. In-service is a reply to their replied. But it's his motion. He's asking the court chu. Serve him from the lawsuit exactly. Okay well. I have a feeling we're going to get the same answer with at the doj gave from judge meta which will be. Hey coordinating with the white house or not. If you're recording in the white house with a campaign speech that doesn't count and if what swallow alleges in his lawsuit is true than you were coordinating with the white house to instigate an attack on the capital also not covered denied blah blah blah. Your stolen the lawsuit. It may proceed. That's kind of how. I think this will go and then i finally. He can appeal that candy there. How i believe that. Any kind of interlocutory rulings. There may be available for appeal. I would you know. I'm i'm more of a reported legal experts. So i'm not going to Predict that night. I can't really say with confidence right now. Whether whether that would be jurisdictional permissible What what the arguments would be against that appeal but generally speaking Pretrial rulings are appealed all the time as a matter of fact when president and former president trump was denied immunity by judge kaplan that was killed before the second circuit so presumably would fall under the same sort of procedure so the short answer would be yes men. Well we'll see right. We'll see what happens. He is representing himself again as it assuming he just doesn't have the money or he's tom sat or both fool. I should say right. A fool As the old adage says. But you know those are. That's where my beans are. I think that the judge is going to have the exact same answer. Here is the department of justice. did it. this is a new twist. Though isn't it that he's implicated the white house right that. He said that i was cooperating. In that cooperating with a white house has consequences. Sodas not cooperating and his tire pitches. Cooperation made me do it. I it precisely as i've said the circular firing squad. That is the republican party. It's it's it's interesting to watch i. You know. I mean we laugh here but this is these are very very serious matters. And i really hope that the department of justice is doing a wide ranging investigation or at least inspector general on a lot of this tying together the insurrection the coordination now that is admitted by mo brooks with the white house along with the five hundred and thirty five insurrectionist on the ground along with the election interference in the big lie. I it's all it's all connected. And i hope that there's a wide ranging investigation not just these specific little one offs. But we'll see. And i appreciate your time today. Everybody has to check out that That fink interview on the objections. Podcasts can you tell everyone where to find you and your podcast. Absolutely well My podcast so objections within class ville is on apple spotify wherever you get your podcast on various platforms..
Interview with South Africa Pilot, Thomas Marrow
"Welcome to another addition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots and demanding situations for we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host richard mcfadden. Today's guests is all the way from south africa. Thomas has been flying since he was twenty one years old. He's got about two hundred hours any flies a sling and most recently a kid plane for africa safari. Think of it is kind of like kit fox but a little bit bigger. Thomas flies out of yohannes berg and flies all over the south africa back country thomas. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me so thomas. I was surfing the internet the other day on youtube and came across your video and watch a bunch of them. Some of the stunning footage that show and in around south africa just sounds like stunning flying but the one that got my attention of course was the one that you threw out for that purpose to get pilots attention about an incident. You had flying in your kit plane for africa safari. Do you mind sharing that story with us in some your lessons learned. Of course. I think we should probably start from the very beginning. Because obviously these events unfold over a period of time but essentially what i do is we do fly back. Country style sort of aviation in south africa ruling has a little bit different and this sort of ties into how this all happened as well but essentially what. I have a youtube channel in which we post all of lying adventures and also things from flying my playing to flying aerobatic aircraft and all sorts of stuff like that. Tell us the name of your youtube channel. Place the name of mighty to tunnel if this mine. Which thomas matter it's sort of has evolved into something that's separate from channel now as well but a news series which we released on south african television schooled stick and rudder So we're doing lots and lots of stuff with education essentially trying to boost the general aviation fraternity within south africa which is sort of on a slow decline.
"mcfadden" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Now return to truk untold all right so gates. I got a few star trek questions for you. Because of course we can't go this deep without talking track and so one of the ones on an because again i mentioned i've been watching and of course i started episode one season one all the way through and i. It's quite undertaking. Wow and skin of evil which is episode where tasha yar essentially leaves the show. Now we know chronologically in filming order denise had to go but wouldn't have noticed when i watched. That episode was after tasha yar has been brought back to sick bay and dr crushers checking her out crusher browns her dead and it stood out to me because it felt very visible and very real as opposed to the other times that you said that we're you know obviously it feels real but this time it felt different and i'm wondering if like if that was in any way related to things that are going on behind the scenes with eastern the show and maybe your feelings as well about ultimately leaving the show that net following season was such especially real from that scene for you know i think it was because the character was part of the crew. You know i mean if it had been data or if it had been one or deanna troi. I would've felt the same way. I think it was literally there. It wasn't a deeper level. I think that's something that as as people watch it. They might add that level on. But at the time no and i thought why couldn't she have brought her back. I kept thinking you know. But that's more because it was you know it was a crew member and that was the first time that it happened I don't you know. I i mean i was sad to see her go but i totally understood her going and it had nothing to do. I had no idea Bein had much more to do with one producer who we sparred and He i think he sort of said either she goes her. I go and so. I was not picked up and then it just didn't work out and so then he left and I i was asked back interesting. okay. I've always been curious about that like i was wondering if maybe you never commiserated together about all. The promises are having now too bad. Maybe we were starting our own series and we always going to be now. That's too bad we should have done that because you know later. I directed her on stage. She we had so much fun working together. It was great. It was one of my favorite shows. I love it. And i gotta ask you a question about. Data's everybody in the world's probably asking me about this And you know we haven't even talked too much about your dance Mentioned of acting background. We talk a ton about dancing. But yeah i'd love to hear about you working brent spiner and getting him to follow your crazy moves. Did he have a background dance before that. No he doesn't some. Maybe you know in college or something and he could do a sauce. Shoot the the time step and we worked on some other stuff. But no basically we've rehearsed it and And then i cast someone as his stunt double because His dance double not stunt double and that guy was really really good. He was a superb tap dancer and then they probably speeded up the cameras. Well as is my recollection. So he's not only dancing incredibly fast when he does his hair wet. But i i loved coming up with that sequence. I came up with lot of the little details. That are in the sequence in even a couple of funny lines that i got approved. They you know they wrote the basic premise and stuff. But that was so much fun. Yeah that i wish. I could have done that endlessly that kind of thing where you get to create something but then i would not be the genius that they were. When they wrote all these scientific episodes andino philosophical. I mean they they brandon. And ron and michael piller and rick berman a mean. There was some incredible scripts. Doctor crusher gets leave sick bay too often really leadership too often but I've noticed that on occasion she does. I've felt like there's been some dance moves in things like i was just watching an episode. I'm going to be super nerdy here. I was just watching the episode attached. And i noticed where you basically walk up onto the transporter patty basically like a the exact terms that you kind of like did a cross your legs into second position or something. It felt very very elegant. I know right. it's the super duper nerdy. Something i love it. it's so funny. Did your dancing ever dictate any of your mobility on screen. You know you are who you are because of the way you move and so when that's always when i do a character especially if it's a character that's not close to me that's the most fun thing is. What are the shoes like. How do you have to walk. And what's the wait. Where's ago i level that So yes i would assume that people on the ship needed to keep in shape and be agile I would say crusher. I did a lot of away teams. Actually i maybe didn't do as much as some like reicher but i did you. Kyra i remember. Because i always had to carry for several years. That stupid medical kit that would open and everything would fall out. I mean they should have talked to louis vitton because there was no class it was just it would stay closed because they wanted us to open very quickly when i put it down. But meanwhile if something happened and it just came off your hand that was you know a three minute. Pick up in the sand on planet. Hell you know. I love that now. I saw a tweet. You actually just posted very recently about an episode the host and that was in relation to an article just shut up star trek com called growing up female and queer with star trek right and it just kind of recapped it up real quick that up so that ends with doctor crusher telling the female host of don and i quote perhaps it's a human failing but we're not accustomed these changes and that's meaning how you kinda fell in love with the male host but then when odom became the female something changed for you and you just address this in a tweet thirty three years later so it'll be just tell us what you said and your thoughts on this episode. Well i'm i'm somebody who is very inclusive gender wise so i mean i m myself. I'm heterosexual but i'm very you know. Gender is something. that's just fantastic. That can be so many different things for different people. I felt when i played it. Because i certainly you know. In my twenties. I had a lot of friends who were gay and lesbian and I had taught Shops for theatre groups that were a group of Gay women so i did not wanna play it that it had anything to do with her being a woman that to me what it was is i i had this one male that that's the person i felt fell in love with. I didn't know that it was this host thing. When i fell in love with him so she's already gone through that then very quickly. He's going to die. So you have to put it in something. So i can justify if i put it in You know she didn't know what person you could put it into. I mean what if they'd put it into a child. That would have been a really different episode. So i think it could have been put in. Troy could have been put in Ogawa whatever i i think the first time it gets put in someone else it it was. She was still so in love that she felt it and it was like. Oh you're not dead i. I'm so glad this this. This.
"mcfadden" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"And welcome back to trek untold. The star trek podcast. That goes beyond stars. I'm your host matthew kaplowitz this podcast has always been about learning the. Who's who when it comes to star trek for the past year. We've met with characters star performers writers makeup artists and many many more to take the deepest of deep dives into their origins learn about how their profession works and here all of their amazing stories. I think it's a pretty unique sector of star trek podcast world and one that i'm very happy to be a part of but as it turns out i'm no longer alone in that area and you might be familiar with my new competition today on trek untold. We're speaking with the one only gates mcfadden. You probably know her. From six seasons of star trek the next generation and all the movies and starting on may twelve. She hosts a brand new. Podcast called gates mcfadden investigates. Who do you think you are. This podcast is the debut show from the cell cast studios which is an offshoot of the nacelle company. Who you may already know from their netflix series. The toys that made us in the movies that made us as all cw series discontinued and their upcoming history. Channel docu series. All about star trek. The a company always puts out topnotch content and now with gates on board for their first. Ever podcast you know it's gonna be good and of course it's pretty obvious than a cell company are star trek fans because it's in their name so it goes without saying that this new podcast will have gates interviewing many of her tng alumni with debut featuring a one chat with jonathan frakes. Now you heard frakes before on this show but you've never heard him talking an hour uninterrupted with his co star. They share a bond which travels across the entire. Tng family that no other hosts could have with their guests unless they went through something like that. I got to hear some tips in the show and it's very fascinating and very personal two. It's pretty surprising. What kind of stories they get the tell on the show so in this episode of trek untold. I do my best to replicate the experience of gates fan domesticates and what you might hear on her show. But you know i take my word for it outweight. Now that's that's lavar burton zayn. It's different podcast either way. Stay tuned for our next with gates mcfadden but before we jump into our interview. I want to ask you are you following. Trek untold on social media. It's the best way to keep up to date and who's going to be the next guest on trek untold and learn all about the other cool things that are happening here so if you're on instagram. Facebook or twitter go ahead and look up trek untold. All one word and give us a follow in a like if you like to help support the show monetarily. Go ahead and check out t spring dot com slash stores slash trick untold. The check out some of the nice. We have available. This includes t shirts mugs phone cases sweatshirts stickers and a whole bunch more so go ahead and check out t spring dot com slash stores slash trek on told you can also support our show by visiting patriot dot com slash trek untold. If you become a paid subscriber to trek until you'll get first access to the show and a chance to ask our guests questions on future episodes but most of all please subscribe to the show wherever you're listening to or watching it and if you've already done that please also lever review and a rating if you can leaving ratings interviews helps increase the visibility of podcasts on platforms like i tunes and other places like it. It shows that you're listening to that. You like and other people who are interested in the same subject probably like it too. It helps us grow. It helps us get better guests and helps us keep bringing this amazing trek untold. Show to you. If you're already following us or supported us in any other way thank you of course for being a part of the trek untold family. There's a lotta star trek podcast out there and we're very grateful that you chose us to listen to. I'd also like a quick shout out to our friends at triple fiction productions who makes them great three d. printed star trek inspire toys and replicas for fans of all ages and toys of all sizes. But you'll hear more about them a little later on in the show now without further ado. Let's beam up this week's guest computer access interview file hello and welcome back to trek untold and now joining us the other side of the screen. I don't think she needs any introduction of already. Give her like a five minute one before the show began as you folks can see. Today we are speaking with the lovely gates mcfadden gates. How are you today. i'll i'm great. How are you. i'm doing great. It's so wonderful to talk with you. Today we posted about this on our social media and we got such a huge response So many questions about the u. And i've got a ton of things to we're going to be digging deepfakes. That's what we do on trek untold. Ooh okay digging deep. I'm ready okay. So let's actually jump in. I on talk about the real reason that you're here. And that's because you've got a podcast coming out You've got gates. Mcfadden investigates which is debut may twelfth. so Yeah when was this idea for a podcast firstborn. Well you know it's funny. It was I'm trying to remember actually the date when it happened. I think it was maybe in march or april of the pandemic And i had just gotten back from a cruise. I actually had but was i didn't have a serious case. Thankfully and i got a call from brian. Volk weiss who is the ceo of nasal and he was so lovely and funny. And i'd never had sort of a ceo. Be like he was. He was just so down to earth. He's just a terrific guy. I really like him And he said you know gates I've been a big fan. And i just think you would be great doing a podcast and i'm like hello. What and he. He was very persistent. And i said. I said what my thinking initially thought that i would talk about track and i said listen. You don't know you don't know my friends and the cast and all that nobody's going to want to sit there and talk about star trek with me. We do it all time with everyone else. I said no no. They're all going to say no and i. Don't you know the people. I do podcasts. With no it much better than i do. And so i said no. I really can't and he could be anything you want. You can have anywhere on you want. I went and then he came back like sometime later and said no. I really do want you to think about this do it. And i said i just really don't know what i would do. And you know he said no. Just be you and just do this. And i'm like i don't know brian. Thanks but no. And and then he's called me back again and he says no. No you've got to keep thinking about. This is so this is the third time. And this is the guys drew so the only other thing in my life the came back to me with three requests was star trek gene roddenberry on the after i turned it down twice came back the third time and called me from his jacuzzi and said. Hey listen i think you ought to rethink this. I think you really should do star. Trek and i mean duh. What a dummy. What was wrong with me. That i didn't get this so i thought I should listen to this. Brian volk by wise and. So i actually. The truth is i went to my good friend's house and we were on the porch with our masks because we were we. Were really good about this..
"mcfadden" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"mcfadden" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"It is really really tough in israel a fair i think it also helps started mike cruises sprinters so i do have that fast. Which But it will be harder as i get older And so training spin you know you have to. Of course taylor. It and each day can be different on how you're feeling or higher covering on so really kind listening to your body And talk into your coaches My gym session to with that training would be And i don't love lifting but itself. Martin weren't proceed work in so important for to gain muscle and bone density for women. Especially as you get older to maintain that and not to lose muscle. So it's it's very tricky. But i love racing so i think you know and i love challenges as well so whenever i lineup for the starting line. I'm like yup. this will be hard. We will see how it goes. But i really do enjoy that aspect of it. Well i appreciate you hearing hearing you say that you don't like lifting because i like the idea of it but it's like i i will go for a run any hour of the day gladly and it's like i feel good after i lift but to get myself to do. It requires a lot more commitment than just going for a run. Because that i look forward to like i get to listen to a podcast and have fun but today i lifted i like a peleton strength workout because i was like i haven't talked to tatyana mcfadden and just watch videos of her climbing ropes like it was the easiest thing she's ever done. I concur pound dumbbells and so My strength workout was dedicated to you today. Thank you thank you to help your feeling. Nice install today pushups. I'm not going to be able to move tomorrow. Is worth worth fear. Runnings tall and it is. And i and i know that i'm just like really lazy about it. So thank you for the motivation. I needed that and speaking of motivation. You are obviously such a powerful role model for so many women and girls and athletes. I would love to know who are some of the women that you look up to whether it is in the sport or beyond well definitely. I mean my parents. They have supported me from day. One never have ever thought my dreams were to wilder too crazy they just. I've always been part of my journey in supporting me through the good and bad It can get your looking as athletes. Definitely the williams sisters Definitely allyson felix Katie latakia Personal as well. Michael johnson. While he's made you know his world record has stood there for the four hundred meters forever and he's really changed this vile an assistant been amazing to Just follow these group of athletes. I mentioned in what they have done for their own sport and the advocacy that you know. They have done While training and while competing and have offer what's important to them in. So i feel inspired to do the same and just to continue. The fight continues to promote the oregon continue to promote equality and enjoy racing in what i do great lists. I love those okay. Can you give us a brief explainer on what you at. This stage a. so we're talking on april twelfth What do you have to do to be able to compete in all of the distances we mentioned earlier in tokyo. Can you explain the qualifying process so that people understand what it takes to qualify to represent. Team usa at the paralympics. Yes our qualifications would be in june So that's why. I'm hunting for racist ahead and will happen the ones that had planned because those will be track races so they will actually help me to get ready for those specific events and for trials. Its top three That go And so it's tough because you know the. Us has actually grown quite a bit on on the paralympic signed for for track and field. So it is it is only top three and you do need to get up a pretty good time as while time. That's within the rankings. As well so. It's trials are usually best. You've got to be Gotta be at a peak at trials and then you can slight your peak download and then you have to be able to peak just in time for the paralympics So it is quite challenging within that time period because trials are in june and then the paralympics are right after the olympics so Were at the end of august and september So it's a little bit of challenging time to try to get all that situation and each of those distances comes with unique challenges. They are all incredibly difficult in their own right but for you. Is there one of those that you look at that kind of stairs you down as the most intimidating or the toughest the hundred meters the hundred years. It's the only then. I would not have won gold in and it's so challenging because if you don't have a perfect star then it's gonna be a tough i give pack into And so bad one. I'm always been like alright. You challenge me always every games. You challenge me So just because. I mean like i said the group of women that compete against the only. Do you know the one in the four so they have freaky fast starts and mine is like floppy and messy. It looks like a dismal distance starter. So my over speed. It's good so that one's always been the most challenging one. But i love that. It seems like that motivates you that it's not like oh well this one's the hardest haven't won gold in this one so i'll just not do it. It's like no. I'm going to keep doing it and i'm going to get that gold medal. Exactly i'm like i will be like ninety nine and so it will calm one ninety nine. You'll be wearing like little reading glasses. You can see the timer but you'll be in i. You'll know you'll be good. I i love it. Do you have any mantras right now. Anything that you're leaning into for motivation. I you know as don some zoom speaking and speaking kids and corporates businesses. I think the most important thing you know we spend so much time in our lives. Pairing ourselves and so My mantra is that you know life isn't about what you don't have what you do with the gifts that you're given And i think that's important one to kind of remember because we always spent so much time. We've like well.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"But it was good because it gave me like it slowdown life where i could you know meal and i still kept a routine so i got up and i trained exactly at nine. Am in making on naming america every than i did. Recovery stuff it. I mean of course. It was like groundhog staying at got very repetitive. And it can be very lonely but Facetime was great to me. Lots of base timing trying to do like home care's cost of inside your home of very excited now that we're getting to just yet airside soon. So yeah yes. So what does it look like for you now. What is your training look like. What is your mileage looking like. And how are you feeling young. I mean the only thing hard is that tracks are not open still. So that's the weird part So i found a little loop that lake niksic attracts. So that's been weird. Part is still not being on attract before you know. We're going to trial but you know alive. People are in the same situation so The mileage has increased I am you know adage in I'm still by myself at that gym though And taking all the precautions lifting very different lifting you know with your mask on Instincts safe fat. I fell More relieved I think i've got more relieved after Getting the vaccine Because i fought like you know we've made it that we are getting to the other side so it's really kind of got me excited to see what the new norm would be into see people again and to hug your family members so i was able to see my grandpa and like hug. My grandpa After vaccine is that was really nice. having that like person person contact just like those little things So i think future is looking a lot brighter to where it was last year. But i i will be so excited to get racing again and being on the track i feel like i'm going to hug the track when i said yes and like never take for granted again. No matter how busy my schedule. I will never complain about hot game ever because long extending out racing never complain compliant our again just. I will be the happiest person being so tired. I take naps tatyana. Then you won't be exactly. I'm gonna love every single now and they plan on doing all i plan on doing the marathons this fall. So i'm really excited to see everyone in the marathon community So it's looking good looking good. I had to laugh last year when people mostly non runners like on the news. They'd be like you know this virus it's a marathon sprint and i was like actually in a marathon. We know exactly were are finish. Line is and don't know. That's not a good analogy. It's more like an ultra were. They say it's a hundred but it's like one hundred seven miles. It's not a marathon marathons are very specific. Very specific agreed. Yes agree it's been longer than twenty six ten seriously. And i don't know about you but i was not adequately trained for it so it was quite the race. Yes yes it's You know we need to talk about his project runway. Where did i fall in. When did you film that. Tell us about your involvement. That was so cool to see. Tell us all about being on project runway. That was such a cool experience. So i love fashion. Actually i really do. Enjoy dressing up. I feel like it's like an alter ego like we wear spandex and sports bras and like tank tops all the time in yes. I'm very comfortable napa like once in a while it's so fun to dress up And till i do your hair and make up and you know put on a gown So it was a segment for team. Usa and their challenge was to create An outfit for us celebration outfit for after we compete Going out with our family and friends in coaches and it was so much fun. And i you know force. It had something in mind. And i wanted and when i wanted to look like In the nc was my designer. I think what's really cool about that. that segment was the designers. Learned a lot about adaptability. So and i got talking with nancy you know. I said i really do love fashion. But it's really really hard to find things that pitney well Even you know gowns from you. Know if you go to a mall or pick something out online. It's either we too long or in our shoulders are my soldiers are massive and so like it's so tight up top and the bottom and I said i want it to be a little bit more versatile but easier to get on and off and I think this is so important. That people don't really talk about. Is people would disabilities. Also love dash and and that like they want something that they can feel amazing and so confident in That the world's just not very yet so it was very cool to have that segment. Because i felt like it really opened up the doors. Once it was aired I felt like there was a law. Talk about adaptability and sustainability In fashion so that was very cool. i loved every minute of it and love train that nancy created I fought like having have always wanted to train. You know in in my evening where And she just made my dream come true So that was. I was a really cool amusing experience much different than compared to attract me or you know america.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"That year. And they said well you can bet like he won't. We might not agree But i knew that. Like i just needed to get back And i just needed a race just to you know. Feel it again And it was very hard as was really emotional because may body one entity there Up in the top three but it just couldn't so from eighteen months from the month of april. You know where my rehab started. Took that time to for everything to kinda heal and to lose the lymph dima i gained about fifteen pounds of live and dima so recovery i have learned is very important to stay on top of my career In sleep I have a hard time napping because unlike in my mind and like i should be doing something else that that's like part of my job is delayed the full recovery. And it's not like all this time to figure that out and so that was that was the hardest thing to face. And i felt like i wasn't my self Until probably this year so it took a long time for me to Feel like myself again and Even though i was racing well on and still getting second place and third place. finishing top. Three you know my body was still not at one. Hundred percent Recovery wise. So i feel like having a year off and having the postponement of the games actually kind of worked to my favor So i could have that extra year of just recovery and not traveling So for me. It was a good thing because Especially after the tough year in eighteen just trying to figure my body i'll From seventeen was really tough. So i don't know how well i would have done in twenty Just because of the blood clotting situation. But i feel like i'm in a much much better i In even happier spot too so recovery is what i learned. Allison always good advice. And you gotta put naps on your to do list. And then you're like. Oh i gotta do it and then it's productive because it's on the list so you get to chicken off after satisfaction. Exactly all right. All right that nice and big check alley here jumping in to tell you about our sponsor for this episode the historic. Ajc peach tree road race. You know who loves the. Ajc peach tree road race. Tatyana mcfadden loves the ajc peachtree road race and she has won it seven times. So i'm going to spend the next minute hyping up this historic race. But if you don't want to take it from me help tatyana with the d. or something and i'm sure she will vouch for what is always a fourth of july well-spent in atlanta this year. Of course the ajc peachtree road race is going to look a little bit different. The atlanta track club which hosts. This event has been working really hard to create a low risk. Socially distanced version of what has historically been the world's largest ten k but this year the goal is not to be the largest it is to be the low riskiest part of ensuring that means that this race will now take place over the course of two days. July third and july fourth in person participation is going to be very limited this year and there are a whole bunch of strict covid nineteen precautions in place for the event including mask mandates mandatory health screenings and more twenty twenty one. It may not be glamorous but we are making it work people and atlanta track club is working really hard to make this event happen if you can't make it to atlanta or you're not ready to participate in live events that that is totally cool. You can still support the ajc peachtree road race and the atlanta track club by running. The virtual peachtree atlanta track club members will get guaranteed entry and race day preference consider becoming in atlanta track. Club member members. Also get a discount on race entries which is pretty sweet. You don't have to live in atlanta to be a member of the illinois track clubs just funded join and if you're not in atlanta track club member. You still have time to join but if you're not a member that is cool. When you register you'll be entered into the lottery system for the event. My fingers are crossed that you get in. I really hope you do and consider this your last call to make it happen. Registration ends this saturday. So get yours in immediately. May i is the last day to get your name in for this year's ray so pause this or at least open a new tab in your browser head. Ajc dot com slash peachtree to complete your registration again that is ajc dot com slash peach tree. Do it urgently. And let's hear more from tatyana mcfadden going back a year ago last march march. Twenty twenty. What were you up to. When the world shutdown while i so in february When we when the buzz was going around bow the corona virus and even I'm not sure if it hit the united states at that point If it was in seattle or not but so that was the start of the conversation. Because i was heading to a training camp in california so i i decided to go because then from there we were gonna go to tokyo for the marathon Endon things just kind of got worse with with everything that was going on so i decided not to go to tokyo and then fly back to tallahassee florida Where i had been training and then when the lockdown happened It was hard. It was very hard I think it was hard emotionally. Because at i moved to florida in january. So i've only been there january february march. You know a solid two months And i know anybody. So i was on lockdown. Pretty much by myself Not was really hard thing was learning to be absolutely by myself. When you see people every day right. teammates every day. I see i can see my family and you know when you go to races. You see tons of people on your always around people. So i'm used to that So that was the hardest thing was to learn was to be on my own. And i've had lots of facetime calls and it was hard. I wasn't sleeping very well I knew you know it was athletes. Have a we know our schedule and so we know it raises are going to be coming what we're training for and so at that point you're like while who knows what's going to be coming you know. We don't know a lot of what's happening. We just know we have to do this. and follow protocol. Also that it was hard it was very hard but you know finding the silver lining was being in florida Getting outside to train. So i can train solo And not be with anybody else. that was my saving. Grace is just getting out there In learning to be very adaptable lifting finding creative ways on how to do home exercises because the gym equipment. You know i. It was like pretty much gone and you couldn't. It was hard to get an order of it to be shipped because it was like it was going to be a long way And so yeah. It was tough I feel like i came out of it. Stronger and Now i'm completely okay like you know like almost a complete introvert.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"We need to figure out how we're going to be doing that And i mean. The team was just brilliant. day i mean the directors were so easy to work with was just so it was so fun. I'm so easy to work with But they also learned a lot to You know an ian. Peter elliott with our researcher and she lived in. She lives in london. She has a physical disability. And so you know she explained how even today how it's very hard accessibility-wise to find accessible building to work and they didn't realize that until they had to. They were hunting for building for her to work out. And you know in transportation. Can she get their accessibility-wise as well. Can she get on every train. Stop you know. can Is a is a whole route to the office going to be pretty accessible for her so they genuinely learned a lot. That like okay. The world is still white not accessible today And we have to fix that in. That's like our responsibility So it was very cool to have done that in this film because i felt like it set an example for future films. I want this to be done in hollywood. They can -absolutely hire people with disabilities. They can hire more people with disabilities for acting. You know it's just they have to find people in like. Have you know there needs to be more more casting calls more and more agencies to do that not just one easy but there needs to be like twenty you know just like a normal casting call And so yes. I was really happy that the numbers were significantly. High through the first guy or go out with fers on levin and for the future. I think it will be E- even higher with the projects. We're going to be tackling on next So that's the exciting part. But i'm glad it hit the world with such a positive note because we really need to talk about very positive during that time And we were giving people jobs also during this time too so that is made me feel really good too so it was overall success absolutely and when you say the words what's next you kind of hinted that there might be a next thing. They're already a next thing in the works. It's reno's works Can't talk too much about but you know this is such a just a great thing to to to do is continue to tell stories and promoting paralympics. So i'll be excited this year. will be happening next so It's it's really great that you know. Hopefully more more promotion of paralympics will come out of this and mar promotion about disability will come out of this and yeah i'm excited. Oh i'm excited and so curious now so we will be following along and can't wait for some kind of announcement what's coming up so safe to assume that you. I don't know if saying caught. The hollywood bug is the right phrase. But i guess i shouldn't say caught the bug at all after the year. We just had that maybe is not my best choice there But safe to say that being in hollywood working on a film adding film producer to. You're already very long. Resume is something that you're not done with just yet you know. I still have a long racing career. But i think that i really telling stories of paralympic athletes in how the king to how they came to be where they are is just amazing and i think more and more stories just really need to be told And so that's the cool part. I really like listening to people's stories. you know when we when all the athletes met on zoom call. It was so funny. Because i was like. You're so much better than mine. And they're like no no no. Your story was better than mine leg And we generally enjoy like hearing each other stories and how he came to be the best at what we do and so I like that. It kind of brings more of a community together because paralympics is big. It is third largest or event but yet it's quite small and a feeling. There's a uniqueness to the paralympics that The one understanding that we all have for each other is that it's it can be hard you know it can be hard financially And it can be hard with the different disabilities that people have to continue to do what they do So i feel like we have like that new to understanding of each other Media little bit more so compared to olympic athletes And so people are always like you know how has everybody's so you know it's such a commodity and i said it is because you know we all mo- one we learn from each other and we talk about how to make the sport better and respect each other's journeys of you know of what we're doing to you know promote ourselves palmiro disability in our own communities So i think that's really think the special thing about the paralympics is that That mutual understanding of each other. Well let's talk a bit more about gearing up for this year's games in we touched on it very briefly at the beginning. But i wanna point out that you made your paralympic debut in two thousand four you were fifteen your longevity in his career is amazing and as we move you are nowhere. You're done yet and raising stronger than ever. What is other than just like working your butt off and training super hard. Give us some tips. How can we all extend our longevity in the sport that we love so much any tips for us. Yes definitely focus on on recovery. You know. I every athlete the heck up in their career and mine was after the paralympics had came from such a high of winning everything And i just on this amazing streak. And then i was Diagnosed with a blood clotting disorders so that took me out for eighteen months. And i was very scared that i wouldn't be able to come back because i kept clotting on the bug lots. The blood clots kept coming back. And i found the clouds when we write at training camp That like In two thousand and seventeen In january i was not feeling well and i couldn't fit into my racing chernow's like what happened Like what is going on. And i my body was hurting and smiling like you know. It was not feeling well. Then you looked at you know my legs knows like oh gosh. Like i think it's a blood clot. And so i was clotted severely.
Journalist Daniel Libit Unpacks Amicus Brief Supporting NCAA in NCAA v. Alston Case
"Perhaps the most important moment of this month from a sports standpoint could be in washington. Dc at the supreme court. That's when the much-heralded landmark potentially landmark case will be heard oral arguments will be hurt and there's a lot of controversy going on right now and our next guest is going with with with michael mcmahon. Has shed some some light on that. A friend of the court brief an amicus brief was filed recently in this case the nc. Double a. vs austin and it was discovered by our next guest and his colleague that what these athletes have done may end up hurting more than helping daniel limit joining us. And it's really great to have you on david. Thank you so much. We we've talked in the past with michael mccann. Both of you have really uncovered quite an extraordinary story. Here good afternoon and is a gentle way possible explained of those of us who don't understand this stuff as well as you what this is all about well first of all. Thanks so much for having me on the program. It's a it's an honor. Um yeah as you as you sort of previewed There was a group of former college. Athletes who on february eight filed in the meekest brief which is also called a friend of the court brief in the end of the blame. The allston case This was the eighth emeka. Brief that was filed in this case. But it was probably the most interesting and possibly the most impactful because this was the only breach that was being written and signed off on by actual former college athletes others. Who had weighed in on this. Were economists and law professors and subject matter experts but you know offensively. The people who would have been impacted by changes to the restrictions in compensation or scholarship limits while they were still in school and they were voicing their support for the incident which was kind of interesting because the caption of the case is the blake. The allston allston is shown. Allston the former west virginia running back. Who's the The name on a on a class of of former college athletes. And so you know curious. Who are the athletes who are actually standing up for being simple a and so a couple of weeks ago i started calling around and and reaching out to the eighteen athletes who had signed off on this brief two thirds of them are former olympic athletes But six of them are former major sports athletes. Five of them played basketball in college. And one of them is darren. Mcfadden the star football player for arkansas. Who had a kenya year. Nfl career retired in two thousand seventeen. And those are the ones who i thought. Were most interesting. Because those are the ones from the revenue that the so-called revenue generating sports who you'd think would have the most to gain By changes to the restrictions of Of compensation and In calling around Particularly with mcfadden who is kind of the marquee name used by far and away the most high profile of the former college athletes to sign onto this brief Occurred to me in our conversations with a few of them mcfadden included that their words didn't exactly square with what the brief said that when i was asking them. Sort of what motivated their position on the issue of amateurism What led them to to join us brief. They were kind of making better arguments for the plaintiffs for the players for the allston side than they work for. The incident lay And then through additional reporting and and and you know continuing to interview them it really raise questions whether or not they knew exactly what they were signing onto in the first place and whether or not their perspectives on college sports and amateurism aligned with the incident. Belay at all The las firm. That's filed this brief Is a major international law firm. It's called orc. They've done worked previously for the aa. So this was a serious brief filed by serious group of lawyers but it seem like some of their key voices And and their biggest most high profile name didn't know what they were actually signing up for or really didn't understand the specifics or for that matter. The the overriding point of the Of the litigation in daniel not to turn this into a legal drama but maybe in a small town lawyer runs down to the courthouse on friday and file something quickly just to try to stave something off or two for quick injunction. But we're talking about the supreme court here and of the most important cases That we've ever seen in relation to the ncw has something like this happen. You know well. That's a good question and reach out to law firm which pushback strongly in vehemently against any kind of suggestion that the brief was anything other than fully representative of of all of the athletes who signed onto it But yeah your your. Your point is exactly right. This is a very serious case You know this is probably the biggest college sports case to go before. The supreme court gain a quarter century And these are serious lawyers who filed the brief. And you'd think that they would be able to you know. Gather together a group of former athletes. Who really had a full understanding and appreciation of their side I think one thing that might suggest is how difficult it is. How difficult it might be or the blades. Position to find support among former major Or or major sport or or you know so-called revenue sports athletes And and that seems to be where the sticking point is. I spoke with other people who filed the sign onto the who were olympic sport athletes Who were much more articulate and and sort of informed on the on the points of of what the brief would say and what the blades position is but it does somewhat undermine the the argument that that you know. There's a wide swath of diverse in a diverse group of athletes. Who support the simple as that. It's not just the olympic sport athletes who Don't want necessarily the the floodgates of new compensation to come in but that they're actually people who who played football and basketball who also Subscribe subscribe to that tibet. Thinking as
Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses
"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
"mcfadden" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Com slash mind dog and I do appreciate you patronizing my sponsors. Atomic factors with US tonight is an accomplished actor. He's an author. He's a acting coach Mentor Speaker Teacher and Dad and I'M GONNA go out on lemon guests. Probably a Granddad to is I think he's my age or maybe a year or two older but he finds solutions for people as I mentioned, who are my age who've kind of settled into a life in acting their age? I guess it is acting old and feeling all and almost resigning to the last segment of their life rather than living it to their fullest. So Ladies and Gentlemen, please open your ears open your mind and helped me welcoming. Tom. McFadden's mind TV pockets time. Welcome. Hey, thanks for that. Wonderful introduction is a couple of things you left at one is that I am a grandfather?.
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. . We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, , anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. . Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. . Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. . now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. . To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. . So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. . Absolutely thank you for having me. . My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. . Always ask is to get an elevator. . You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so , what do you do what your thirty second? ? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. . I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats <hes>. . But yeah so. . The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with <hes> athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. . So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better <hes>, , and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. . Students through mentorship in education. . Right. Now, . , if I'm correct your in South Dakota. . Yes that's correct. . I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. . And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. . York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. . Pennsylvania, , I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. . Well, , it's funny. . I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. . Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama <hes> on a couple of different business trip. So . it sounds like we've got a similar. . Set of journeys <hes> But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go <hes> not quite as little as where I heard you up. . But? ? Yes. . So I grew up on Lake Ontario <hes>. . My Dad was a doctor in I. . Always always wanted to be a doctor <hes> specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, , and my dad always told me no, , you do not <hes>. . He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, , no, , No, no , dad engineers are big nerds. . And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and <hes> I. . Really suggest you become an engineer. . So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. . But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. . Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, , which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in <hes>. . In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. . decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering <hes> where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. . <hes> throughout my Undergrad <hes> I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next <hes> I started getting really interested in robotics and in two <hes> that feel that was emerging <hes> back. . Then <hes> decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. . So <hes> I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of <hes> ski. . Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. . They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. . So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to <hes> kind of help <hes> people that you needed additional help outside of. . Being Super, , rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives <hes>, , and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. . My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon <hes> at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School <hes>, , and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, , we should go skiing. . So, , <hes> Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but <hes> decided to go out to Utah <hes> where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, , and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. . So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My . my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, , supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, , and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. . So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. . And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. . If you contract one all the way, , you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles <noise> eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. . So what does that look like as well? ?
Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?
"mcfadden" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar..
Jake Shapiro goes to Apple Podcasts
"Pr Axe today, one of the cofounders. OPR ACHES JAKE shop joins apple podcasts as head of creative partnerships in any significant tire for the company. He's been working for radio public and Pod Fund where promised an announcement shortly about new leadership for those companies? Sirius XM has announced a new CEO and CFO James e Mayo will retire at the end of this year to be replaced by Jennifer see wits who's currently the president of sales marketing and operations Sean S Sullivan is appointed the new CFO D- David j freer is pursuing other opportunities effective immediately. Oh dear. The company owns Pandora Central Cast and stitcher. The twenty fifth annual Webby Awards opens for entries. The awards have added six new individual episodes categories for podcasts and three new categories for limited series and specials the publisher podcast awards also. Opens for entries open to publishers and media organizations worldwide in the Netherlands the podcast festival on this weekend publishes its full program par physical virtual. The virtual event has a session on editor that's me apple answers, Iowa's fourteen ipad fourteen, which will both be available today the apple podcasts at which is updated as part of the gets new features offering personalized suggestions in Australia podcast. One Australia to appointments Sam Cavanagh will look after entertainment and news content for the company while Jennifer Goncane will focus on specialised content podcast Stra is owned by broadcaster sea. Randall who co-founded Australian Company runny Area Code Joins A partnership automation business. He'll continue being chair of the company which represents one degree in the country and following campaigns like show the salary in other industries are pod jobs job board now asks for salary ranges when advertising new jobs in an attempt to help diversity tackle, pay gaps and inequality treat people fairly thank you Hannah Hedman for raising our awareness of the issued. We know an optional question isn't perfect, but we do hope to start. Pocano skews minimalism and personal development podcast. Optimal Living Daily has hit one hundred million downloads. The podcast narrates content from personal development experts Joshua Becker the minimalists and mark an angel Chernoff face and t shirt or two to celebrate. That's how easily we are and all things covered with Patrick Peterson and Brian McFadden is a new weekly podcast from CBS sports featuring future hall of Famer and a two time superbowl champion covering the unprecedented NFL season launches next week they didn't send a t shirt
11-Year-Old Boy Fatally Shot in Washington DC Was Son of Violence Interrupter
"Days after an 11 year year old old boy boy was was shot shot and and killed killed in in D. D. C. C. The The mayor mayor and and city city leaders leaders are are expressing expressing their their anger anger and and determination determination to to find find out out who's who's responsible. responsible. People People are are hurting hurting when they see a child senselessly killed in our city Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's heartbroken and outraged at the killing of 11 year old Davon McNeil on July 4th. They want answers. Sometimes people want revenge. Which were also very concerned about people want is just to stop DC Police say the boy died and his mother crystals arms shot in the head. Del McFadden with DCs Neighborhood safety office says Davon was shot after his mother's piece cookout in Cedar Gardens in Southie having an event sponsored by violence, interrupters. Have the child of a violence interrupter killed it all makes us feel powerless to stop violence, and that's what we have to fight
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Some Hope Wildfires Will Change Australia's Relationship With Coal
"Despite some recent rain scores of fires continuing to burn across Australia and there is still a lot of fire season to go millions of Australians. Have already you've been affected by the unprecedented blazes and is NPR's Nathan Rot reports. Some hope this will change. The country's relationship with one of its biggest and most controversial exports Kohl unlike in the. US Cole is still king in Australia. The country generates roughly three quarters of its electricity by burning the carbon heavy fossil also fuel here in the US figures closer to one quarter. But the real place that you'll see Kohl's power in Australia is in the country's list of exports Australia. Australia has the largest share of traded coal market than Saudi Arabia has of the traded oil market Rod. Campbell is with the Australia Institute. A progressive aggressive think tank down under so we are essentially the Saudi Arabia of call and our government is desperately trying to increase Chris Alcohol exploits last June. The government approved the construction of a coal mine in the country's northeast corner that's developers had said would be one of the biggest in the world world a few months later. The bushfires broke out adding heat to an already broiling fight over the project and the bigger debate around climate change. The protests against the country's coal friendly Prime Minister Scott Morrison or SCO as protesters call him have sprung up in cities these around the country with marchers holding signs that read climate emergency and Co Wallis not coal in a recent interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Morrison said. His government will work to reduce climate warming emissions. But he added it would do so without writing off in seventy billion dollar industries mysteries on which regionalist reidents depend on for their livelihood that figure being roughly how much country makes every year exporting coal mainly to fast growing Asian markets it energy analysts. Say that demand isn't going anywhere at least in the short term but climate experts say as the bushfires make clear action is is needed right now. Here's Rachel cletus. With the Union of concerned scientists. We have a window. That's fast closing in terms of trying to avert some of these very very serious climate impacts grew says a transition away from coal is going to be complicated as we've seen here in the US in a country like Australia whether a lot of jobs orbs that depend on the fossil fuel industry. It's not something that can happen without some careful policy intervention from the government. The question is whether that policy intervention will actually happen. A recent survey shows the bushfires are making Australians more concerned about climate change but a majority thirty of Australians believed global warming was a major threat so environmental groups like the Australian Conservation Foundation are now trying to help people connect. DOT's here's Kevin McFadden the Kasich we've got to make sure that people understand what's causing climate change and the fact that the digging up and burning of call all domestic usual for export eastern. Niger draw mcvay JR and says he doesn't expect to see change right plans for Australia's major coal mine. Show no sign of slowing but he says devastating as the bush fires are they do provide a great opportunity to change public opinion about fossil fuel projects. Down the
U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght
"Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host Richard McFadden today. We're delighted to welcome back our inaugural guest on there was podcast three time. US aerobatic robotic national champion. Paddy waxed how do you thank you for joining us again. And we're delighted to have you back on the podcast ace. Richard is great to be back. You're doing a great Javale this podcast. So I'm thrilled to be back. Thank you well great and thanks to people like you. They're so willing to share your circumstances in your situation with all all of us so that we can learn from you had a recent incident on your birthday of all days and you reached out to us to want to share the story about about what happened in the lessons learned. That came out of that. So do you mind sharing that with us today exactly. Yeah it was. My birthday was nine eleven and it was my birthday so all in all not such a great day. Hi It's it's a tough birthday anymore. It's kind of an emotional day anyway so So this was when my bonanza was wrecked in. Had An accident. Might Bonanza of all things I've never had an airplane accident before I've had a few promptings and things like that that for sure but Alone up to everything that I've never had a real accident and just to back it up very very slightly before I started flying i. I was in an accident in assessment to six in Alaska when I first started flying small airplanes up there. Flying in smaller planes in the airplane had Flipped upside down at the end of the runway. We didn't get off the runway and the pilot didn't use the full length of a muddy runway. And so so on so forth so I had been upside down on the ground in an airplane before you and of course those kinds of things really stick with you and so that actually comes into play in this incident. Yeah and people should know they. Probably don't know you for Bonanza flying but you fly one thousand nine hundred fifty eight K.. Model Bonanza that you have flown for a while now Inbetween your aerobatic events which are not so well for right. It's a great little plane to get around in As he says Kay model It was I bought it in nineteen in two thousand twelve and before that I'd had serious in in barons and this was the first detail that I'd had and I re- I really liked it Great little airplane. It was fast and comfortable double and so we miss it yet now. Is the airplane going to be repairable or might be cutting to the chase hurt. No airplanes total. Sorry now aw it was sixty years old so there was a lot. Got A lot out of it. You know for many years later a lot of people enjoyed it and I understand you were flying with an old friend of mine. China Jeff. Rochelle of former Air Force thunderbird pilot is that right. Yeah exactly. He's one of our instructors in good friend and So you were on different front years I think you were you. Were quite a bit later right and the meaning a much younger than he is. I think. That's okay yeah so He's an instructor in your school down there and Saint Augustine. He as instructs for us both in airbags in an upset that training and he also went with us to Kenya this year to give training to Kenya Wildlife Service. Wow fantastic and so you guys were were you coming back where you out on a training sortie Jordy or can you set the stage where it's what kind of flight was this. Sure so this was a we were at a meeting in Titusville about upset training and the weather is nice. Nice no problems in we as we got on the plane to leave. Jeff said Hey What an I fly and I said well you know it's left seats a little tricky to know plane there some little things things I want to show you? And I said it's it's getting laid out the slide this time next time. I'll put you in the left seat because he hadn't actually flown this airplane before and also there's no brakes on the right. Let's see the rudder pedals but they were stowed. I just didn't want to deal with with all that. And he goes okay so I jumped in the legacy but my seatbelt and and we took off and flew back. Who's better forty minute flight back to Saint Augustine? Yeah so important for people to know that. bonanza in this model of detail. Bonanza it has the throw over yoke doc and it also has the rudder pedals that you can stow so the idea. Was the person in the right seat. If you don't want them to has no ability to control the airplane whatsoever you take the okay the rudder pedals and it's just a nice comfortable seat for them. And that's how you had it configured for this Flight Right Act and I certainly wasn't worried about jeff flying the airplane plane. I just didn't want to have to deal with the checkout. It's got a it's got. These older details have The Piano Keys. And that's what controls the flaps APPs in the gear and the reverse from the newer airplanes so even a highly experienced pilot like jeff need to check out on how that works and it's a little awkward to operate. Operate those from the right seat upshur so till two different airplane for sure these these older planes And you have to be very careful not to go go back muscle memory with a new plan so I jumped in the left seat. We flew back Everything was eventful was nice weather. The traffic pattern was uh-huh nobody in the patrimony. Got Back to Saint Augustine and we were cleared to land landed. I landed a little bit long because my hangers down at the far end of runway. One the three To the South we touched down. The centerline Everything is very relaxed and fine and I was rolling out ahead about half flaps on and we were rolling out. I hadn't applied brakes yet. I was very careful with that airplane. It's an older plane and I never haunt on the brakes or you know applied the milliard sure. Yeah does it. Have the old goodyear breaks or or had it been upgraded to Cleveland Breaks. Has Cleveland breaks but I never want to put a lot of side load on the gear so so so just rolling out and all of a sudden the plane sort of ears right into the grass and jeff and I looked at each other. I grabbed the yoke can pulled it back and looked at. He said it's going into the grass. Like I said. Check the power because I have my hands full holding the outback and he checked the his hand on this model to make sure because it idle and meanwhile I tried to steer it with the brakes or the absurd with the rudder pedals and got nothing. I couldn't move them I thought I was just about to slow down and it hit a berm. The small firm. You wouldn't one of those in the grass that you would know is there and the plane started to go over over and we looked at each other and he said it's going over sh and it did it just went straight over tail over nose and ended up upside down on the graphs. Sounds like it just happened so quickly it was quick and It was really surprising. And just you know I mean you just just you in disbelief for a few moments. Just can't believe this actually happened. That's aviation sometimes right there. You are typical normal landing. Everything's fine then. You're slowing down to exit the runway and next thing you know the airplanes starts veer to the right. You run off the runway. You're upside down in a matter of probably less than a minute or two. When all that happened I don't know it's probably just you know thirty seconds? I'm guessing twenty seconds or something like that and I remember somebody saying to me longtime ago you know when accidents happen. They happen very very quickly. It's not something you can prepare for ahead of time. Yeah of course you can prepare everything you can for the you know the worst but when it actually happens you're not can have time to organize things And so as the plane was in. You guys realize we're going over. Did you have time to do anything. They're canaries for impact. Do anything you just have to brace so couple of things that were interesting won. The seat belts are older and the shoulder shoulder. Harnesses are a later addition to the plane. They didn't come shoulder harnesses in the initially and our shoulder harnesses where the kind of Chris cost kind that weren't on an inertial real. We had been wanting to change it but we had the older kind so that when they were on they were a little tight and it was awkward to reach Ford and Change Few uh uh switch fuel tanks and do some other things so what I normally would do is take off with the shoulder harness on and Then take it off in the air when I get up to altitude so I could switch tanks and things like that and then fly without the shoulder harness and a lot of times I have to say. I didn't put it on for landing. Even though I know a lot of times I did but there were times. I didn't in this case because it was a really short flight from Titusville and I knew I didn't have to switch tanks. Thanks consider some Feel management in these older planes. I left my shoulder harness on which was a little unusual for me if I hadn't left. mysolar harness ars on. I probably would have gotten hurt. And Jeff had a shoulder harness on too so we were really lucky with that so we had our differences on. Were upside down and I looked over and said are you okay and I remember being upside down on that Cessna six in nineteen eighty. Maybe to No earlier than that is probably Nineteen seventy-nine in remembered the pilot saying be careful. Be careful her yourself when you get out because there's been a lot of. I think there's been a lot of injuries for people when they upside down. They rip off their seat building. They hit their head and said okay be careful and I remembered it. So it's amazing. How these things are they stay with
The Target Food Haul Episode
"Today we have target hall target we went to target some of US did some of us are just being surprised by what we got thanks apprised for one of the first times I can't wait very exciting I feel like we're making up for last time because we didn't eat anything last week on the podcast now we have like two times as many things yeah we're eating every okay so I want to jump right in but you've got something for us I assuming do all right target just launched its biggest grocery brand ever it's called good and gather now the idea behind gooding gather is great food made with quality ingredients that you can have on the table fast so there's no artificial flavors no synthetic colors are official sweeteners or high fructose Corn Syrup and they have more than two thousand items ranging from organic snacks for Salad Mixes and in meals but two thousand that's like almost grocery store in its own right like it's crazy wow that's that's amazing and I actually like that name gooding gather sometimes these names are just kind of cheesy it's like this I don't want to I don't want to offend anybody but they simply also how different is this because they had simply balanced right those are the ones that they still have that it's a little different I'm not sure sounds like you need it sounds cool trying some today right Excited amy would it know though I glanced ahead because I thought we might get that question are we trying today we're excited no working so we're going to just jump right and where are you going to start today by the way with fridge finds things that you find in the refrigerated section at target we're going to refrain from calling at target the people still know people that that I don't know we don't we don't say that here it's tar get forget so the first thing we are starting with archer farms stuffed chicken breasts cutlets and they are stuffed with you wanNA guess Mozzarella and gloves close asparagus John Cheddar each piece has only one hundred seventy calories five grams of fat twenty nine grams of protein three smart points we added uh-huh were points as we did for those who love us and love weight watchers so it takes about twenty five to thirty minutes in the oven you should know this so it's not like a goodin gather it but then you have to cook it cooking but it's hands off time you don't have to do any of the stuffing rolled up this looks like way leaks like a piece of twine line that we're not supposed to eat see it maybe it is I don't know yeah like they tied it up it might be tied up bound and gagged bonus you miss no it's a it's a stuffed chicken breasts let's describe this it's like a chicken breasts that has been seasoned it comes completely raw and then you cook it with you know in the oven it's got the stuff in the middle how are we going to do this we just going to pass around the plate let's rally grabbing I don't see any Cheddar well this cheddar stuffing's a little well it really mostly chicken you know what it is it's like folded on top of it it's not in the middle grab some green beans asparagus spare guy Ma that's really coming very tasty taste fresh I feel like they did a good job seasoning which is a common mistake I know and it's not overly salty it's like a nice tiny touch of Cheddar the tastes they taste good there little overcooked Irby I like it I feel like that's a great dinner option if you're kind of bored with the average chicken dinner so you just pop it in the oven for what like fifteen minutes to thirty Don Juan and then you're done it's awesome but at one hundred seventy calories the stats are really really good so I like this a lot yeah I do like that. They didn't go overboard on the Cheddar because they could have made this fatty fat McFadden could've they didn't they did not do that. 'cause it's archer farms we like archer Barnes and we trust them but that's not is that a target bread exclusively exclusive target simply balanced now good and excellent okay next up this is no evil now remember the less of Lesser Evil or they make snacks right yeah next I like them but this is no evil foods there it's called plant meet that does not sound so appealing but it's no chicken comrade clock shredded strips one hundred thirty calories one gram of fat no evil this premise recommended by the newman sisters yeah it looks a little intimidating I have to be honest with you it looks frightening it looks like Cook Jerky I'm going to try to exactly what it looks like you know chicken plant meet actually hold on I'm Aaron recommend trying it with twenty barbecue sauce really really like it in the skillet per the package directions the texture a little bit odd but it tastes good it tastes like chicken really with us all the way it looks them eat it with your eyes closed Jimmy he's with this barbecue use sauce face for radio do you think lesser evil is annoyed that they didn't think to make themselves no no I don't know because there is no such thing is a snack that's no evil and I think this refers to the fact that no animals are harmed Lawley is shaking to that and approval yes I like it again no evil oh foods plant meat no chicken comrade clock shredded strips that's a mouthful literally and we will link you to their website because it's not just a target what else did they make. Let's see the stallion Italian sausage hit boss pulled pork we can do a rocky reference I'm in this is cool I like this brand I like it no evil thumbs up okay next up we're trying our first good and gather item Yea good and gather mild sweet onion salsa I do like sweet onion I do like salsa mild is okay this one has died Mehta's onion Jalapeno salon show you like Cilantro right I love you're not in the camp where it smell or taste no taste ooh wow brim thin and falling all over my show notes re kind of looks like the Salsa we got from all it does actually it looks like how long I'm GonNa get up and grab from Jamie computer to be eating with carrots I like it it's a little salty two little salty but and it's very very onion but I like it it's it's different I feel like I would use it as a sauce more than US also I would use it both ways I would use it it also depends if you salsa that's more like less chunky big league unique days fresh funky fly and remember we're in the refrigerated section yes ten calories zero fat zero smart points by the way the no evil cluck cluck cluck cluck chicken it had to smart points a bar do very much of Argon okay we are moving on onto a new Yogurt Chill Bonnie Vanilla Greek yogurt with cashew butter. Are you so excited mikey loves Gert I've been waiting for like the yogurts with the the nut butter I tried them no and the stats are really surprisingly reasonable so that they that container that single serve container has one hundred sixty calories six grams of fat and eleven grams of protein at six points okay let slightly high right like it's high in the points department but await Ahmed at it ooh it's got giant swirls while leases making it swirl I am making its swirl look at talented I am is that the nut butter at the bottom is that swirling in I'm trying to mix it around what flavor is this cashew Butter Without Anneli Yogurt Oh okay spoon that is interesting it's interesting because like I'm a huge fan of cashews but I like it and did they have a peanut butter version I wish they did let's say it's not bad is it like it's great I don't know cashew butter is this is so interesting so they have a Hazelnut Butter version with Chocolate Yogurt they have an almond butter version but no peanut it's not bad interesting feels gimmicky it's not amazing do you think it's amazing no and I I love peanut butter like I don't get not a huge cash a fan love cashews I don't get such cashew flavor I don't get a huge vanilla flavor I would not purchase that there's better it's not terrible but there's you better Trapani out there that is true I do Johnny and they have great options that's just okay okay we are onto frozen who's feeling ready to be Um burn out berea prior scarves I up simply balanced organic keen Wa spinach garbanzo beans red peppers and onions seasoned blend okay so this is a meal starter kind of thing and what that means is like you know at some protein comes in a bag it's like a blend of grain and veg and whatever else he wanted to but we're going to try this chemo grain I feel like I heard it was a seed or son they would you like the Quinoa Salad Quinoa Salad I heard that like eight times I was like it's technically a flowering plant Oh she's young all right let's talk calorie count about this show one hundred and fifty calories a cup four and a half grams of fat four grams of fiber five grams of protein four smart points so I would like beef that up with more vegetables and some chicken but it's good I like it more than I thought I would it's well seasoned they did a good job there friends no more not but yeah and more spices if you want not too shabby and that's another house brand so that's exclusive at target simply balance and next up this is not a house brands as a brand from our past del Monte Veggie Veggie and Mozzarella Bites cited for this Oh wow this just seems like a decade the little fine for us it's like an odor of situation it's like a little fried stuff that looks good look at this stuff veggies what type of veggies and Mozzarella five pieces one two three four five they're pretty big five pieces to forty calories seven grams of fat six grams of fiber grams of protein eight smart points I feel like I have to look at it and tell myself it's forty eight calories apiece because to forty s intimidating for it's like a miniature hop pocket that's so it is it's like the world's cutest little pocket it's so good Manuchehr mythology that is really really good here's the thing this is not an everyday food for me this is like a treat food that I taste at work I probably wouldn't have it at my house but it's it's not a bad option especially if you have kids it's a good snack for them it's not unhealthy it's not overly high in
U.S. judge denies Democrats' lawsuit to stop border wall funds
"A federal judge rejects the house challenge to remove border wolf funding. The Trump administration can now spend billions of dollars to build it Jenkins. Reports. The president celebrating in speaker Pelosi, not happy with the democrat led house. Brought this lawsuit to stop wall funding arguing that spinning violated the preparations clause of the constitution but US district judge Trevor McFadden in DC tossing the lawsuit ruling if the courts were not the place to settle this legislative funding fight. Cigna house, quote cannot conscripted judiciary in political turf war with the president judgment, fat, and writing this, while the constitution bestowed upon members of the house, many powers, it does not grant them standing to heal the executive branch into court, claiming a delusion of Congress's legislative authority. No word whether Democrats
Michael Brown's mother loses Ferguson City Council race
"The other big one. Michael Brown's mother in Ferguson, Missouri was running the city council member Michael Brown. Of course, you do. She lost many numbers on this, Leslie McFadden. Finished third in a three way race. So they showed the winner was a Frank Griffin. Whatever the race featured the incumbent in there as
Suspect shot after 2 women stabbed in Vacaville house fire
"For any evidence. A man wanted for stabbing a teen and a woman who were found outside of a burning Vacaville home was killed in an officer involved shooting. Back of Bill police say thirty eight year old Nathaniel Holland was shot after an hours long manhunt through the city. A police canine was stabbed while trying to take Holland into custody at canine is expected to survive. No other officers were hurt. Well, the manhunt began around six forty pm after fire crews found two stabbing victims outside a house fire. Police say firefighters found the victims a sixteen year old girl and a forty three year old woman in the driveway. Then they found a four year old girl with burns to her face and chest, a twelve and fifteen year olds were also found that the home they are now in protective custody. Please believe that Holland lived in the home with the victims and they're investigating the relationship between them in. What's become an annual tradition covered? California is reporting a last minute rush of people signing up for health coverage already given one extension, but tonight's midnight deadline approaches. Spokesman James Kalari says the procrastinators are showing up in force yesterday. We had fifteen thousand people signed up in select a plan, so many people are signing up late the state's insurance exchanges giving people somewhat of a reprieve. You still have to start your application by midnight tonight. But after that, you'll have until midnight Friday to complete that application what we really want to make sure is that people get the message that they do need to sign a by today. And if they can't get it done by today than they've got through midnight on Friday to finish the process. It's estimated that once all the applications are complete nearly one point five million Californians will be insured through covered, California, George Sampson, NewsRadio KPFK, the ongoing battle between teachers in the Los Angeles. Unified school district may be getting a moderator. The Los Angeles County board of supervisors stepping in. Now, they're set to vote on a motion today to identify millions and funds that could be directed to the district to enhance healthcare for students. It also instructs the county's department of health services and public health to identify strategies to higher school, nurses, and other professionals if passed the county's department of mental health would need to find up to ten million dollars for that effort. Well, even with more women in the workforce, there are less likely to be the breadwinner in their family, Sacramento. There was one of ten major US cities with the highest rates of female, breadwinner. According to an analysis by magnify money. We have one of the highest rates of female breadwinners at thirty percent. So what gives Sacramento boost six hundred the top ten cities on our list our state capitals. And I don't think that's really coincidence because I think government jobs tend to follow sort of payback structures a little bit more closely. So there's probably a little bit less room for bias to come in. They tend to have better benefits, which can be very. Helpful to people who have families keenly McFadden with magnify money para fair number of women who owned businesses in Sacramento. I think it's about thirty four thirty five percent, which is which is pretty decent compared to the rest of the country. According to the analysis Sacramento also has a lower pay gap between genders with women earning just about fifteen percent less than men Dina Kodiak NewsRadio KF became the flag at San Francisco's Lowell high school is now lowered in honor of grad Carol Channing who passed away at the age of ninety seven this morning upon hearing of the legendary Broadway stars death, fellow lowlights held a moment of silence school staff. Say Channing who was a member of the class of nineteen thirty eight would often visit her alma mater and during her last trip to Lowell she performed a moving cappella rendition of before the parade passes by from Hello, Dolly students, say they'll always celebrate Shannon's life whenever they perform at the schools, Carol Channing theater. A rep for Channing says she died peacefully overnight one in four adults reach for their phone as. As soon as they wake up, the majority of those adults checking their phones within the first sixty seconds of waking Armagh, lentils the study by route metrics on that thirty one percent of millennials are checking right away compared to just nine percent of baby boomers, we see less and less of Email, text is social media. And that's about it. The rush that we broke down with watching videos gaming and listen to music podcasts, executive director of performance benchmarking. Kevin Hayes Lee says it's not an addiction. To you. And it allows you to fill you to connect to others and be comfortable in your space. Forty seven percent of people feel unsafe without cell service. The majority of those where millennials Casimiro hall, NewsRadio K, if if you're planning a summer vacation based on gorgeous pictures, you've seen on social media research it well because five of the most popular destinations are fighting back against what they call the Instagram affect so many people are booking holidays based on Instagram travel pictures, the governments are limiting tourism to preserve landmarks from selfie. Stick wielding visitors one site in Ireland scene in the movie Star Wars has limited visitors to just one hundred eighty a day after hosting seventeen thousand people in one day last year at much UP to the visitors must get a ticket to visit only five thousand or available each day and an area of Croatia. Visited by game of thrones fans now has limited their visitors as well. All right, five forty at NewsRadio cave.
Mother of slain youth, Michael Brown, running for Ferguson City Council
"The mother of Michael Brown wants to reopen the investigation into his. Shooting death by, a white policeman back in. Two thousand fourteen his killing Mark the beginning of the The, black lives matter, movement ABC's can Martin has that story in Saint Louis. Rounds mother Lesley McFadden made the call for, a new investigation at. The same time she announced she's going to run for Ferguson city council because she says it's time for a change the absolutely not if the, community and the police That bridge has. Been burnt and I want to, work on rebuilding, but Missouri governor Mike Parsons office, rejected the request saying he has no legal authority. To
California, Alec Stone and Illinois State Police Academy discussed on Patti Vasquez
"Accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a girl from June of two thousand sixteen. To December of twenty seventeen prosecutors say he was also. Arrested five times for other sex crimes a northern California man awarded over two hundred and eighty nine million dollars by a
"mcfadden" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"David mcfadden was a poet who could find magic in the monday the titles of his poems are snapshots of canada country hotel and niagara peninsula anticipating tripped on tario stormy january the poems themselves often cover subject matter the most selfstyled literary masters wouldn't even care to notice the renowned canadian writer griffin poetry prize winner died today he was seventy eight years old in more than thirty books mr mcfadden lured readers in with plain language and simple description and then he would take a sudden turn to the profound here is david mcfadden reading secrets of the universe at the griffin poetry prize gala in two thousand eight you're waiting for a bus at ward and baker and woman comes up to you and asks for dance you tell her you don't want to dance there is too much snow and not enough music and she says you didn't mind dancing with me last night and when you tell her she's mistaken you didn't dance with her or anyone last night she says oh yes you did and when you where she says up there on the roof and she points to the roof of her present hardware in fact she says is their voice drops and shine look comes into where is i've even danced with you and other planets venus and mars for instance and then she walks away leaving you to wonder about the part of your life that secret even from you.
Desi Linden Wins The Boston Marathon, Ends 33-Year American Title Drought
"The winners across the finish line for the two thousand eighteen boston marathon japan's yuki coach and the united states does linden both wearing laurel crowns in the wheelchair race tatyana mcfadden of the united states wins it for the women and marcel who of switzerland for the men for a second time the supreme court has rejected an appeal by convicted former illinois governor rod blagojevich serving a fourteen year sentence for seeking campaign contributions as an exchange for filling president obama's vacant senate seat and the white house blasting former fbi director james call me after he refused to rule out the possibility the russians could be blackmailing the president's press secretary sarah sanders says komi has no credibility on wall street the dow jones up two hundred ninety four points nasdaq up sixty eight and the sp five hundred up twenty eight in other news us ambassador nikki haley early says russia could be getting hit with new economic sanctions for enabling the syrian government in its use of chemical weapons and she says that hammer could come down today but russian foreign minister sergei lavrov denies any chemical attack happened at all in syria proof through chemical weapons were used in the meantime hundreds of syrians have gathered in a landmark square in the capital damascus supporting their armed forces which they say succeeded in confronting the unprecedented joint airstrikes by the west over the weekend protesters waved syrian flags at the demonstration dubbed as salute to the achievements of the arab syrian army they set off fireworks and unleashed celebratory gunfire wbz news time one twenty nastase new tests spacecraft is looking to do a bit of a headcount transiting exoplanet survey satellite blasts off today on a two year quest to find mystery world's thought to be a work lurking in our galactic neighborhood wbz's josh binswanger spoke to astrophysicists joshua scheider at nasa we're expecting the tests finding.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"One more trouble here for mayfield is jalen mcfadden returns to the lineup or ferris state noah will go to the bench we provide fuel dissolve away that one is good for the eighty percent free throw shooter cans both twenty nine twenty seven northern states six seven to go first half ferris state stick full court pressure bounce pass it apollo trap of the baseline dribbles his way out of the double team gets a chance to rod smith whiteside to dwell on the baseline back out the smith all the wing skipped past goes left side the king down the court apollo now what's another deck a couple of times of the right hand throws it out via the website to turkey team to shoot boil comes out to set the screen petroca to the white tend to shoot back to the left now door to go camping all pollard rolling right side inside the foul means worsted up visted short readout rabbi jalen mcfadden repair estate right down the little spitting back what's up with shot and gets it to go hit the front of the rim in rural nice finish in transition for jalen mcfadden at a time out poll by northern states six thirteen now the ferris state bans can make some noise is their team is tied the game twenty nine making the run with the lake and athleticism of their wings getting rebounds pushing it in transition on their own that last possession finland mcfadden giving down the floor and a hurry spin move to the nice bucket stay with us for the state farm division two championship halftime report we'll have a preview all today's men's elite eight match ups and second scoreboard from the women's regionals coming up at the half sponsored by state farm there for you when things go wrong but also here to help life go right talk today at eight hundred state farm.
"mcfadden" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch
"I couldn't understand how rachel mcfadden had been let out of prison and i wanted to be sure would ever crack he slip through was sealed shut and it seemed as if that's exactly what happened the pennsylvania state constitution was changed commutation for lifers became nearly impossible to get my testimony helped make that happen my mom's case was a big deal mcfadden was a big deal he was one of those crimes that makes people angry and scared that becomes a symbol for a lot of things and because it happened during an election it even had an impact on who became the governor of pennsylvania a few years ago nearly twenty years after all this happened my mother moved from her home in new york to one near me on cape cod i thought it would be an easy adjustment for her less congestion more ocean but it wasn't every little sound she was convinced was a stranger in her house she imagined walks in the woods would have some violent end she lost sleep she was scared to death it was the aftershock from her assault of course from mcfadden seen my mother struggle rattled me i was surprised at the intensity of it after all these years i couldn't stand to see her suffering still that's when i decided i needed to do something i started digging around reaching out to people related to the case i wasn't sure what i was doing exactly or why i just wanted to get us on stock maybe move the story forward rethink it something.
"mcfadden" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I feel like i thought the sixgame suspension was a bit much to begin with so i'm feeling okay like maybe were looking at four hopefully he can just get it out of the way early in the season and then we're good to go you can draft aaron mcfadden so i will sign off on ezekiel elliott as a second round pick after the top wide outs that i like in that round off the board like after almarri cooper is drafted if you're looking at dion dray hopkins or someone like all sean jeffrey what a love i'm okay with his eagle ellie in that spot but you must still get darren mcfadden just in case well definitely at some point mcfadden's going to have value could be early on in the season of course all right so we're talking with the guru john hansen you can check them out his websites amazing it's been around forever fantasy guru dot com he's all over siriusxm every morning the fantasy channel there and sunday's during the season direct tv santa's zone let's give me some value john at some of these position so i don't care wide receiver tight end running backs just give me some guys that you know someone my buddies text me and say who were some guys you're higher on than others so i know who to draft tonight well we'll go right back to the running back because i do think i'm i'm cautious of them but i feel like there's a buying opportunity with a great rookie class i will be honest i am not i don't have a great feel for christian mccaffrey we haven't seen much loved the player absolutely love them but we haven't seen much with cam newton so i think is a little volatile leonard for net foot is worrying me a little bit but i do love karim han in kansas city that's a great third round pick i'll take him they're all day long be very proactive about it i do like dalvand cook is well third round i think he's a complete back he's going to do well the offense looks pretty good.
"mcfadden" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"And this is the reason why when you draft if you if you're someone that's going to take a fire on his a yo elian first round you draft him were the first in the first round with the code with the thought of you're going to handcuff him with their mcfadden and you know when you start thinking about alford more zardam mcfadden i think they're mcfadden is the guy that you draft later in your draft to handcuff as a yo elliott with and this is the reason why i'm still taken him in early first round are made and the late first round our early second round as this guys like as he is eqa elliott he's he's an every down back he's a he's an elite fantasy football player those guys don't come along very often they're very hard to come by second of all you have mcfadden and maybe you draft another running back a may which are second pick or your third pick but when you have an ezekiel elliott when he comes back midseason you have a situation where if your team is five hundred or better you just you have just added a game changing running back that's gonna make you finish the season strong is gonna set you up for for your fantasy football playoffs and making the playoffs one of the things that happened would running backs in this is one reason why people are really reluctant to go out and get a running back nowadays early is because of the injury you could draft you can draft a running back right now i levy on bail and on my wish in any bad hormone levy on baylor any or or gordon or anyone like that.
"mcfadden" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"And this is the reason why when you draft if you if you're someone that's going to take a fire on his a yo elian first round you draft him were the first in the first round with the code with the thought of you're going to handcuff him with their mcfadden and you know when you start thinking about alford more zardam mcfadden i think they're mcfadden is the guy that you draft later in your draft to handcuff as a yo elliott with and this is the reason why i'm still taken him in early first round are made and the late first round our early second round as this guys like as he is the hugh elliott he's he's an every down back he's a he's an elite fantasy football player those guys don't come along very often they're very hard to come by second of all you have mcfadden and maybe you draft another running back a may which are second pick or your third pick but when you have an ezekiel elliott when he comes back midseason you have a situation where if your team is five hundred or better you just you have just added a game changing running back that's gonna make you finish the season strong is gonna set you up for for your fantasy football playoffs and making the playoffs one of the things that happened would running backs in this is one reason why people are really reluctant to go out and get a running back nowadays early is because of the injury you could draft you can draft a running back right now i levy on bail and on my wish in any bad hormone levy on baylor any or or gordon or anyone like that.