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You are not alone with Tricia Zody

Sprinkled with Hope

06:16 min | 12 hrs ago

You are not alone with Tricia Zody

"To sprinkle help podcast. Today we have an awesome guest with us tricia zohdi thank you so much for joining us today. Tricia it is my pleasure. I love your podcast and it. It's really realistically a part of wriggled without and we did not for the record till tricia say that. That was all on her own. So also know we're. We're so glad that you've joined us. Would you mind just kind of giving us a little bit of a background on yourself and you know where you come from an audience can get to know you a little bit more sure. Well i really really think. I'm just like a normal person. I don't think there's anything super extraordinary about me. but I'm pretty good able to have a story that i feel like can encourage other people amid the hard story. But it's a story that should not be Left out there in vain. we're going to use it for a good redemptive story we're gonna use it or Or hope and he lamed for people of all ages all situations but the the labels. If you want labels on me i am. I am a worship leader. I'm a speaker podcast after I am a I work for a nonprofit organization called young lives which is a ministry affiliate of young lives and we minister to pregnant appearances teen girls. The girls at our high school And that's a. That's an enormous privilege at get to do that. I am a mother of three young adults. And i am a recent winter. I was married to my college sweetheart or almost thirty years And yeah it's even strange now to stay that i don't get used to even though it's been three years ago i don't get used to calling myself a widow For sure but You know i. I am not those things you can label me those things that that's not who i am. So i'm hoping that this podcast. Your listeners can get an idea of who trish is is on the inside. Because that's most right. Yeah absolutely yeah just in talking to you before we started recording. I get this feeling. And i know jason would agree that you're a very humble and kind and sincere person. The we really appreciate you joining us. you know some things that we might talk about today are a little bit challenging for people to i talk about and even to here so we really appreciate you you and your willingness to do that What what sort of got you to give a little background. Can you share with our listeners. How you became a widow and and why you've decided to share that story with the world. Oh wow yeah. That's that's big okay. So let's just dive right in it so It is interesting. I've started this podcast and another beautiful life floor the purpose of getting the story out there. But it's it's not an easy one to tell because it comes with It comes with like we were talking about before restarted recording. It's just the bowl. Her billy the the the choice to say you know. I've had the struggle in my life. there were problems or issues and here are the results and then now this is where i'm going with this and up to to be able to say all that like look i'm not. I'm not super human at left for you to think that i am but you know. Falling art of here was this sir. those are real as and so Just to tell you why. I i decided to do that is because i i do believe there are more people like myself that are struggling the three things and they're not they don't feel the freedom to i'm drowning. I i need help i am. I can't do this anymore and You know and then to be able to figure out hassled comes alongside and support them and help debt to figure out how to get out of that. Hit out of that whole And we all need to do this together and there's been a huge emphasis lately of mental health. We've been when we've been a little bit bolder talking about that. Little bit more open about talking about depression and suicide anxiety panic attacks all that Instill i'm so grateful for that conversation. But i also fan myself in a position where my my husband took his life and i had a real hard time saying to the public. I talk about him. He died is death he died. He died he died but i never said he took his life and that is because i believe there is such a stigma that comes was suicide and There's so many questions. Just so many non answers we just told have answers And and then there's blame and their skills are south guilt. There's just so much that goes along with that That it was something that it was difficult for me to say. My husband died of suicide. And so i feel like it's just like you know we just need to rip the band aid off of it and we just need to just say hey. This is real because my husband's not the only one that died by suicide.

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Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:38 min | 2 d ago

Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

"Just thought it was safe. Remember talking about that Noblest about monolith That was in You know the hinterlands utah well and it suddenly disappeared. Well another one has suddenly appeared. This time in romania just in case you're keeping track of the ever revolving monolith as it seems to be making. Its way around the world. Is that the same one. Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. Gay dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the collision specialist studios. Yep less than two weeks after authority stumbled literally across that mysterious metal object standing freely in the utah desert kind of looked like a giant and just days after disappeared while a similar monolith has been reported nearly halfway around the world. Oh those aliens pissy. Aren't they where in. The world is the monolith residents in the romanian city and for you of romanian descent. I apologize if i mangle. The city's name but residents in the romanian city of piatra nipped said they have found another odd item. That could have been ripped from the set of two thousand one. A space odyssey local newspaper reported by npr reports that the monolith like the one discovered in. I believe it was southeastern. Utah is about ten to twelve feet. Tall apparently composed entirely of a dimly reflective metal. It was reportedly found that standing on a plateau near archaeological site overlooking the city journal. Fm local radio station there recorded video the purported revealing an eye aching sheen and looped markings among its are along at surface. Now apparently not the same one so here enter. Andrei cal cal. Bolivia mayor of piatra neom. Well he appears to be taking the news in stride saying there's no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe this according to a translation of a facebook post that he posted after the discovery surfaced on friday according to this translation by the independent he went on to say my guess is is that some alien cheeky and terrible. Teenagers left home with their parents. Ufo and started planting metal monoliths around the world. i and utah and then at piatra nipped. I am honored that they chose our city now. The monolith in utah disappeared less than a ten days. After officers from the state's department of public safety for spotted authorities profess their utter confusion at its presence. In utah's country. They were no less confused by its sudden disappearance overnight on friday poof just like that and adventure. Photographer said that. He spotted for men dismantling of so. It wasn't alien. Maybe they were masquerading as human spot photographer. Saying he's spotted for men dismantling the structure this according to the new york times and all that was left of the structure on saturday morning. And you can fire up google earth and see. This was a triangular metal piece that used to be on top and a whole where the base of the tower stood this according to the salt lake. Tribune hey it gives us something other to talk about then the craziness going on. Well i suppose it would fall into that category but all of the bad craziness going on throughout twenty twenty now. The bureau of land management. Utah denied moving the structure. Well and as for that. Those so mysterious monolith in romania kabylia's said he had no answers himself but that he wouldn't be all that upset. If the found mystery happened to attract tourists to city adding beyond the conspiracy theories. That can be tempting. I'd like to see this randomness as further proof that our city is special for the earthlings. And maybe not only for them as the monolith mystery deepens

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Do Not Adjust Your TV

Your Brain on Facts

04:10 min | 2 d ago

Do Not Adjust Your TV

"Their feet a lot of the time though. It's simply a matter of broadcasting a stronger signal than the station is the equipment can be sophisticated but it can also be made of scrap. Parts from things like ham radios. The motives vary widely from frustration. To it's just a prank bro. to we don't even know what heads up. There will be real clips in this episode and some of them are weird with a capital. W t f the earliest signal intrusion anywhere in the world that we know of happened back in nineteen sixty six in the soviet city of kaluga and almost triggered a nuclear war. If you know only one thing about world history in the second half of the twentieth century it would probably be the cold war decades of itchy trigger finger tension between the us and the us are one night. The regular broadcast was suddenly interrupted by a seemingly official emergency warning that nuclear war had just broken out with the united states. Many viewers took the message seriously running for cover and seeing their final prayers thankfully as what happened with stanislav petrov. Nineteen eighty-three when he correctly guessed that the early warning system was malfunctioning. When it reported incoming us bombers you can hear all about that way back in episode eleven for want of a nail government. Officials weren't quick to react a good thing to at the time. The ussr had over seven thousand nuclear weapons at their disposal. Ducted eighteen nuclear weapons tests that year alone. The us had nearly four times as many. But that's neither here nor there. It would only take fifty hiroshima sized bombs to plunge the world into nuclear winter. The soviets weren't messing around. If one official had thought another department had put out jim. It message about the us attacking. That could've been the start of a very fast extinction level event thankfully. The officials didn't panic at least not officially it would later be found that a teenager had hacked the station. His name was never released possibly because of his age and possibly to save him from retaliation from his neighbors or maybe it was a made up. Cover story tin foil hat. Nuclear war became a running theme for signal takeovers and it wasn't confined to the cold war in june of two thousand seven a show called panorama was part of the regular programming in the city of prague. In what is now czechia. The show was meant as a sort of tourist program to display calm scenic areas around the country. Like a tv travel brochure. This particular episode started off as usual with long. Lingering shots of picturesque locales around prague. Without warning the screen was bathed in a blinding flash and mushroom cloud began to climb into the sky above the city. This would be disturbing enough to see on its own but panorama was usually aired live meaning terrified viewers. At home were left. They had just witnessed a nuclear strike on their hometown. The hijacking was seamless. There had been no static or breaks in the tv signal. It was so realistic. In fact that even government officials and authorities believed the explosion was real. Luckily it doesn't take many phone calls or glances out of a window to confirm that there is not in fact a mushroom cloud rising above a blast crater in the middle of the city authorities soon turned their energy to finding the perpetrators. It would eventually be discovered that a guerrilla artistic collective called sto hoven which is known for their extravagant hoaxes and pranks were the culprits. Apparently this was a piece of performance art whether or not making hundreds of people think they're about to die.

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Trump Acknowledges Transition Of Power, But Stops Short Of Conceding

News, Traffic and Weather

05:18 min | 4 d ago

Trump Acknowledges Transition Of Power, But Stops Short Of Conceding

"To most voters, the impeachment didn't play a role in who they would eventually vote for nine months later. The pandemic, Social justice and the the economy economy where where the the issues issues most most people people said said mattered mattered to to them them when when they they cast cast the the ballots ballots on on November November 3rd. 3rd. This This week, week, the the federal federal government's government's General General Services Services Administration Administration announced announced that that it it would would acknowledge acknowledge the the outcome outcome of the election and let President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris begin the transition of power. ABC is Karen Travers covers the White House for ABC News. She talked with Sherry Preston. What's your overall thoughts on where we've come this past year in in politics care act, you know, Sherry. It's like you blink and you kind of forget everything that has happened before October 1st. Let's use that as our marker because that was when the president announced that He and the first lady had tested positive for covert. And I feel like everything since then, has just been on this hyper speed that trying to put together a year in review pieces, trying to talk and reflect with colleagues and friends and family about what this year has been, and it's almost impossible to make this list. But it is incredible to think that we started this year in the throes of impeachment feels like four years ago. On and it was such a big story. And it was these story for so many weeks and how quickly we moved on from that. You remember, the president gave his state of the Union address in early February as all this was still happening, and at the time the Democrats were in their very intense primary. Bernie Sanders was surging. He saw him winning some states. Joe Biden was Trailing and kind of fading at that point and, wow how things turned around so differently in just two months, of course, with Cove in the Democratic primary settling and there was a kind of a sense of Panic and unease at the White House of what this crisis was going to mean for the president for his re election and for the nation. And when you look at what most people were talking about, and what mattered to them, mostly what wasn't even the impeachment wasn't even mentioned. I mean, you know it was the economy It was it was covert. It was social justice, all the things that we all have been talking about for this past year and played such a crucial role. In the election itself, going forward if you were to, you know, put your cap on and say OK, a year from now, you know, I know it's hard to do but any thoughts on that You know, I think the first year of a Joe Biden presidency is going to be dominated by his team tackling so many challenges and and big crisis that they have to jump in on day one, and it's very similar, you know, similar and not similar. Let's say apples and oranges. A little bit of I covered the transition from the Bush administration to the Obama administration. And if you think back on what was happening in 2000 and eight with the financial crisis, the incoming Obama team knew how critical it was to be on top of things quickly and that, you know, he promised a lot of things on the campaign trail. But they couldn't get any of that until they tackled what was immediate in front of them with the economic crisis, and I think there are some similarities and parallels with Joe Biden coming in, and perhaps that's good that he was around for that in 2008 in 2009 to see how the administration tackled those things. First and foremost because they're coming in with the pandemic raging, you know, certainly by all the public health officials accounts that the numbers over the next few weeks with the holiday season on You can have a big agenda of what you want to do and how you want to work with Congress. But they've got to focus on the pandemic, getting that under control, making sure the vaccine is being produced at a large scale and the distribution of the vaccine cherry. I think that's going to be the story that we're covering for months next year. How they roll that out How effective they are, how people get it. Do people get it or they're still questions and skepticism? About even getting the vaccine that is going to be the big focus for Joe Biden and his team and Jerry, you can have big legislative agenda, but depending on how things go in those Georgia Senate runoff races He may not even be able to get to that agenda. The Republicans control the Senate with a very slim majority. Democrats, of course, control the House. That's going to change all the calculations for Biden and his team, So they acknowledge that you talked to officials now and they say we kind of don't know the world. We're going to be stepping into in some aspect on January 20th. The sources have told Jon Karl that the president has no intention of stepping away from politics. In fact, he fully intends to run. President again, while that mean for all of us over the next four years, I mean, especially for the for the Republican Party to when there's a lot of people who were waiting kind of going OK, Trump's gone Now we move on, but not really right. And and it means and this is going to be like covering No other former president. I mean, how much were we talking about George W. Bush in 2009 through 2012. We weren't because he wasn't tweeting. He wasn't doing events. He went to Texas and laid low. President Obama for the most part, until recently it on the sidelines. He did not get involved in politics. He didn't respond when President Trump was tweeting about him, criticizing him. He was writing his book for several years and only recently came off the sidelines to campaign for his former VP Joe Biden. This is going to be a whole new model that we're not used to dealing with.

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The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case

Casefile True Crime

05:57 min | 6 d ago

The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case

"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made

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Authentic Thanks Giving

Tara Brach

05:35 min | 6 d ago

Authentic Thanks Giving

"Numbers stand. Welcome there is a sufi wise man whose off also plays the fool. His name is berlin nausea dean and in one of the stories about him. He had lost his wife's bracelet. And these frantic and panicking says god. Help me find this. I'll do anything. I'll give half of my weeks. Earnings to the poor. Do anything just helped me. And then he sees it behind the cushion and says never mind god. I've already found it. That's the beginning of my thanksgiving talk. Yes each year. The night before thanksgiving i put together some talk that in some way looks at these qualities of the heart as we awaken of a natural generosity and a sense of gratitude. And so when. I was approaching this this class. I had actually that this was thanksgiving week and i had a whole different tacos cooking up on on self honesty. Some her looked at the calendar and figured it out and my first reaction was a real resistance. Like oh no i gotta do a talk on gratitude. I processed it. And because i was in my whole mode was on honesty. I thought i'd share with you my process on it if you'll bear with me which was kind of cynicism come up in a bit of an aversion that they're so much about this contemporary thinks giving that's actually quite contrary to the heart qualities that were really celebrating so i felt this kind of anger come up in of the false pretentious that are images of history and really the the genocide the devastation towards indigenous people and how it continues on today and other non dominant parts of our population and this whole sense of receiving a harvest when the white europeans came over here and plundered the earth destroyed the systems and so on and then of course thanksgiving goes hand in hand with this idea of turkey and how few connect the dots were eating our banquet. These turkeys were hatched and lived there six months. They live for six months and then they're slaughtered in the wild turkeys live for ten years but six months and they're in this shad without light their drug to gain weight so much so that there are a lot of them have break their legs anyway. It's a horrific thing and so the whole as you get it. My mind was just going through. Oh my god thanksgiving and then all of a sudden. I said okay with that and i felt this real sorrow just sorrow about the shadow side and so then i think okay with the be with sorrow some tenderness came out and then i just started feeling. The sense of this president says tenderness polled the sorrow. Wow i'm just so grateful for this. Practice gratitude slipped up on me though so gratitude and then you know and then i thought of of y'all when i say you all those i just i love my community here i am. Cw community those that. Gather here and really this this nonlocal community that of just a web of people that care and wanna wake up feeling that gratitude. Wow what an amazing thing to be part of that. Because i feel part of it i am nurtured by it. I know a role that boy i. It's very much Just a wonderful rich exchange. And so i was just feeling that gratitude and i thought wow i wonder if i could share this with you and then for my first thought was so this can be down or if i start sharing all my stuff on thanksgiving. I realized that we all want to be more real and that that's part of the gratitude comes up because we're feeling more real and who we are. So i wanna thank you for just being with be and being with each other and together in this path of waking up and so i felt full of gratitude and i went okay. I'm really on for putting together a talk. And i went back to my desk and the first thing they showed up in my files that i thought to myself. Wow this is this resonates. I want to share it with you. This is mary. Oliver and this poem is called in praise of craziness of a certain kind uncalled evenings. My grandmother with ownership of half her mind the other half having flown back to bohemia spread newspapers over the porch floor so she said the garden answer could crawl underneath as under a blanket and keep warm. And what shall i wish for for myself but being so struck by the lightning of years to be like her with what is left that loving

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Deals for Black Friday 2020

Anna Davlantes

05:07 min | 6 d ago

Deals for Black Friday 2020

"We need to put the bat signal up for one of the top tech gurus in the world from U. S a today and so many other great publications that literally Jennifer Jolly Jennifer. Welcome to WGN. Thank you so much for having me. Well, it's great to have you. I mean, obviously, this is a busy busy time of year. I think people are always kind of leaning on you to help guide them in as many ways as possible. But this is a time of year where everybody starts flipping the switch. From the turkey. Certainly we're gonna have that food all weekend long. But start thinking. Okay. What's out there? What am I going to need? What are people gonna want And where do I get it right? Yeah. And how do we know that we're actually getting the best deals? You know, all of a sudden this frenzy has started. The good thing about this year is what we're all pretty much suck at home. So instead of having to go out and camp out, you know long lines outside these big box stores. We just have to wait with our finger poised over the check out now, But me on our laptops. That's good and bad press. It means people started shopping much much earlier this year. Some 60% of people across America say they're done. The holidays. But then for the rest of us who really haven't even started? That means we better get going because a lot of things that you're selling out and with shipping Billy's things like that. You know, this might be a good chance. We if we wait too long, we won't be able to get it. I wanted to ask you to Justus, though we all complain. You know, the holiday decorations are starting to become available. You know, in September, you know where the thinks they're the Halloween stuff is coming up in the summer is when people are looking towards you know black Friday what it used to mean where you did have to physically congregate in the parking lot off the walmart and trample your neighbors and friends in order to get that deal now because There is just so much access, and so much of the world in a million different ways has become on demand is that it's sort of blurring the line where maybe cos they're trying toe, get a jump on things, or is this the kickoff and then there's it just turn into like, okay, it's just open season on opportunities. You just got to keep your eyes open. Well this year because of the pandemic, and really, because Amazon did their big sale days in October, and you know, instead of in July, they had him in October. So that's really when everybody jumped in with the deals and almost all the big box retailers. The targets the best buys the WalMart. Their deals have been going on. Kind of the whole time, like targets started November. 1st Best buy started rolling out their black Friday deals last Sunday, So we've been seeing a lot of these deals already. And really, the message has been shop early shop online. Uh, if you don't get the big markdowns today, it's okay. Don't panic because you'll still have a chance. Tomorrow you'll still have a chance The next day and Cyber Monday is supposed T blow by all. Shopping ever in a single day online, So there's still a few chance of left something you need to shop. But then also I read it in some of the notes and some of the things that you've shared that is also The thing that is one of the hot products is is laptops and new laptops. What should we expect? As sort of the life expectancy off the laptop? I remember traveling the country, maybe even the world with a laptop that must have lasted eight years or something. Where every day I would wake up and say, Are we gonna make it today? And now two people and prices have you know if you if you shop around, prices have come down a little bit, and certainly the technology Has stepped up. What should we expect out of a laptop and is now the time to get one? Even if it wasn't that long ago, you got one. You know if you are a heavy, heavy laptop user like I am for my work, and I write scripts every day and write articles every day. I'm I use my laptop all the time travels with me. I am really lucky if my math book pro My Apple left laptop last more than three years, That's dramatic, But I added on, you know, it's got a lot going on all the time. So heavy laptop user you are really lucky if you can keep that thing running in it. Shit for five years. If you're more of the normal average laptop user seven years is kind of it these days, and I say if you have a laptop right now, that's seven years older, older and you go try one of these newer versions out today, whether it's a Lenovo gel, the New Macs are are the best. Computers we've ever seen out of Apple and you know of the Mac line and the same across the board I My second favorite brand is Lenovo and the New York and nine I two in one notebook. It's the most versatile too, and one really. It's more like a five in one. That's a laptop that folds to prop up like a 10 to life flat like a tablet. It's one of these models that is ushered in this new generation of portable powerful laptops. What do we expect out of those? All day. Battery life, more modern, connective, itty lightning fast speed and a lot more room to store all of your documents

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Face Mask Sentiment Analysis

Data Skeptic

04:59 min | 6 d ago

Face Mask Sentiment Analysis

"My name is neil young. I'm affiliated with the department of computer science at the university of rochester and working towards a bs in computer science with a minor in and statistics. I m table professor of computer. Science at the university of rochester may research areas on in general a machine many data mining areas. I'm donna lie. I'm a junior at interested in rochester. L. majoring in computer science and economics will great to have all three of you here today to get started. Tell me a little bit about what brought the three of you together. Computational social science as one of my research areas and michael has been working on similar poppy extol. We've done a lot of election related research but this year because kobe nineteen it becomes clear to us that we should seize the sub -tunities though as i was teaching the data mining course. I encouraged students to take kobe. Nineteen as the topic for the project. So neon jonathan amount them though we investigate a number of issues from face masks ordine panic buying mental health issues contribues views of kobe. Nineteen terminology such as china but face mask is one of the most interesting issues. I'm glad neil and jonathan jumped on the opportunity right so as professor low mentioned our project originated as sort of final project for our game might in class then. We worked over the summer. Mer finding it so basically the impetus. I guess for the investigating masks as thick nineteen topic was the fact that it was so controversial. I think it's very interesting because we just sort of casually. I noticed that there seems to be cultural differences. In how americans sort of approach mask wearing and many countries in asia for example of french mass wearing. It's pretty ingrained in the culture. Just wearing a mask in asia means most of the time you don't necessarily sick like you want to prevent someone else from being sick seems to be the attitude but then these sort of attitudes towards pass was polarized in them skewed and then there's increasingly large amount of coverage about mask political issue right. You know we have articles about. Why will trump not wear masks or a certain demographics having difference us towards mass and so with these facts. We thought that it would be a good topic to investigate. Also i guess announced experiences kind of notice that like when it first broke out restoring General funny kind of just the wear masks you another. But we don't have to kind of shifted to everyone covering mass eventually and it being mandated for everywhere now. Well that's good to hear given that they definitely help in public health. But i get the sense that that's not a universal thing we can say about everybody everywhere. I guess to get started. Maybe you could tell me a little bit about how you collect data in this area. Obviously there's an interest in making some statements and doing some analysis around the usage and opinions about face masks. But how do you get started tapping into some data source that can give you a real place to start from so we choose social media as the source of data. This is different from other reports awaits rely on surveys and questionnaires and polls to study public opinion. Many issues including face masks so as some issues with traditional approach of using surveys to number why scale so typically us avail poll only involves assad. Noel fewer people though scaly issue ways. The small-scale came the buyer stole. We all know that post were not accurate in predicting the outcome of a presidential elections at least not the percentages and also pose surveys amount necessary. Real time 'cause you send them out. People may not respond immediately. They may not respond faithfully so only sort of weaknesses of a traditional approach so we decided to do social media where we can get lots of data are we can get a million users and we get these data on ongoing basis to perform real time analysis. We believe this approach overcome a number of weaknesses of the traditional approach. Yes so basically. There are some intrinsic issues with survey based approaches that social media data mining resolves. Now i've received the question before about why we choose twitter specifically and vesicles twitter in general the types of topics and the types of authorisation. That happened on the platform are technically more serious. Rights alike wouldn't necessarily go to instagram namely i because it's a picture based social media site while i'm twitter's mostly taste and then previously in the literature. Twitter has been verified as a valuable source of analyzing and predicting areas. Large-scale societal events. So festival mentions that his group has worked on sort of elections or example. The two thousand sixteen election sort of predicting. I believe the group did a better job when compared to the polls and the actual percentages just by using of social media. There's been previous works looking at h one n one pandemic Outbreak any sort of analyzing aspects of those pandemics so the twitter would be assessed

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Manage Anxiety Attacks

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:47 min | 6 d ago

Manage Anxiety Attacks

"So in today's episode you're going to be guided as you layer together techniques so begin to settle yourself down and get ready to meditate. I'd like to introduce you to a fellow meditators. Who is listening to the meditations right along with you. And this is from christy. Who reaches out to say that. She is currently at work at her desk crying as she fights a panic attack that she experiences almost daily. She writes who listening to your podcasts. Right now because your voice is call me. And i'm trying to calm myself down. I'm a forty five year old woman. Who has suffered with anxiety and panic disorder for twenty years. Thank you one of the ways. Meditation can benefit you so much with anxiety in particular is because when you're feeling stressed and anxious the thoughts and feelings are focused on. What's going on out there around you out in the world and we can always control that especially these days so when you begin to interior is directing your focus more inward on your breath on where you are at this moment on noticing how you feel in your body and the emotions. You're feeling then you begin this process of coming back to yourself. Your true potential as you said with your eyes closed end gently uplifted with your spine. Straight and noticing where you're holding tension in your body identifying emotions that may be associated with that tension or tightness beginning to unravel and recognize where this tension tightness is coming from. This is the process where you begin to realize you have power and you have control. You can calm your mind and body with your. Perhaps as you inhale through your nose. Feeling your optimum gently rise upward as you exhale and feel it sink back downward your emotions follow their rhythm and flow. If your breath calming year breath allows you to calm those anxious thoughts that pull you out into the world. Your breath brings you back to yourself as you inhale and exa through year knows. I want to share with you. The words from palm hansa to allow you to bring yourself into this moment. The minutes are more important than the years. Never think of tomorrow take care of today and all the tomorrows will be taken care of. Do not wait until tomorrow to meditate. Do not wait until tomorrow to be good. Be good now

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PlayStation (MM #3537)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

PlayStation (MM #3537)

"The minute with kevin mason. I'll be honest with you. I don't pay attention to the gaming world very often. It's not my cup of tea. But the one thing i keep seeing online is the new playstation is out. Ps five came out on the twelfth of this month and people are panicking shirt today as technically black friday. Although black friday as we've known for the last bunch of years isn't really existing this year and of course people are freaking out because you got to have the latest gaming system for the kids and the only way you can get it is online most companies have said they're not even gonna try to stock it in stores because they don't want to cause the rush they don't want to cause the hassle they don't wanna caused the foot traffic so they want you to order it from their online digital store whether that's best buy or walmart or if you're getting it directly from the company here's the problem. Nobody has them now. They've said all along they're going to be limited release through at least the new year but of course it's been a tough year so you want to make sure the kids get something to make them happy to have a good christmas so everybody wants a ps five. I understand the frustration but seriously is at that big a deal.

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PlayStation (MM #3537)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

PlayStation (MM #3537)

"The minute with kevin mason. I'll be honest with you. I don't pay attention to the gaming world very often. It's not my cup of tea. But the one thing i keep seeing online is the new playstation is out. Ps five came out on the twelfth of this month and people are panicking shirt today as technically black friday. Although black friday as we've known for the last bunch of years isn't really existing this year and of course people are freaking out because you got to have the latest gaming system for the kids and the only way you can get it is online most companies have said they're not even gonna try to stock it in stores because they don't want to cause the rush they don't want to cause the hassle they don't wanna caused the foot traffic so they want you to order it from their online digital store whether that's best buy or walmart or if you're getting it directly from the company here's the problem. Nobody has them now. They've said all along they're going to be limited release through at least the new year but of course it's been a tough year so you want to make sure the kids get something to make them happy to have a good christmas so everybody wants a ps five. I understand the frustration but seriously is at that big a deal.

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How hospitals in different parts of the country are grappling with COVID-19

AM Tampa Bay

03:12 min | 6 d ago

How hospitals in different parts of the country are grappling with COVID-19

"News radio reporter Michael Bauer re capping the latest on the Corona virus outbreak across the country and really what makes this one different, especially when it comes to hospitals. Is the initial wave that we saw in this country back in March and April that was mainly confined to the Northeast and the Northwest. Although there was some spread and other places, not nearly the levels that the Northeast in the Northwest saw, then the summer research into the virus. You have mainly the Sunbelt getting hit pretty hard, but with this round while the Midwest is certainly taking the worst of it at the moment, it is happening all over and that causes problems for resource allocation because you're not able to pull necessary. Really from other parts of the country, whether it's PPE, or whether its staff to help out with those areas that are having the biggest surges. That's really where we might see the strain on the health care system, right? Big part? Yes, you're You're certainly seeing all over the country were hospitals are at capacity right now or just brimming over the rim of capacity. No, the concern there is that in hospitals, maybe that you had only seen in New York. Or certain elements of the Northeast. Or maybe, you know, in the Washington or or California sides of the initial part of the pandemic here, or hospitals were really up against the wall. That's where the focus was solely Now you're seeing that across the country, you're seeing that in states where you hadn't really seen that kind of panic before. This is the first time that they're getting up to those kinds of numbers. That's a concern because people who are having heart attacks or other health issues may not be able to get the health care that they're looking for, because of the vast numbers of people that will be in the hospital, suffering from Cove it and trying to get over that there's there are large numbers here that will affect the health of people going forward, who have just normal health concerns and problems that have nothing to do with covert. But they will be affected by covert because of the hospital's being his packed as they are, and hospitals do have the ability to expand. In fact, they're quite flexible and they Quite creative and setting up new areas that can act as on ICU or different things like that. The key is you have to have the staff to handle all of that. And really what I'm hearing from the experts that I talked to it comes down to the personnel. Is there gonna be enough personnel? I know the Mayo Clinic there were there were over 900 almost 1000 staff members who were out because of Corona virus related issues, whether they were infected or they had to corn. Team because they were in contact with somebody who was infected, and that causes a real strain. And that seems like when you get into that situation, that's where the problems can really arise from. Yeah, and unlike the start of this, where you would have physicians that would come from other states to go and throw support behind New York or Connecticut or New Jersey, whoever was running into problems there, even in California. You don't have that now because those physicians those hospitals, staff Are at their peak where they're located, and or as you pointed out, maybe they're suffering from Cove it. Maybe they're in the hospital that next year because they caught Cove it or maybe their home quarantining because they have tested positive for covert. That's you've seen some hospitals cut 30% other staff because of the exposure to cove it on that front, and that causes a lengthy delay as well. So that's the thing

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Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

All Things Considered

02:03 min | Last week

Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

"All learning stopped in Baltimore County public schools this morning, teachers and students were locked out of their online courses when a ransomware attack halted all of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member Station W. Y P. R Reports Elena Lama Ke thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Have been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if they can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Lama, Ke says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student hasn't they asked, Why aren't they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom

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One in five Americans could go hungry in 2020 as pandemic persists

WBZ Midday News

01:02 min | Last week

One in five Americans could go hungry in 2020 as pandemic persists

"One in five families here in Massachusetts. Struggled to put food on the table. This holiday that is from Project bread. Who says the pandemic has really done a number on families here in the Bay State. Over the past few months, they say, our state has had the largest increase of food and security in the entire country, with the 102% increase of food, insecure Children. Now millions of Americans around the country are out of work, and those looking for help is heading record numbers in North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says they're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that we can expect to see this fella. They don't need for at least the next two years. Schools like the Texas can. Academies are also helping hungry family's loss of employment really hurt. Brandy glass cow lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and his scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx. As a mother, You never want your kids to see you worry or panic, so it got a little hard and got a little bit. Questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas. More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year.

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Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:40 min | Last week

Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

"Found the 40% of those who sought food donations during the pandemic never had to in the past. CBS news correspondent Maria Via Real reports from Texas. All right, have a good thing, giving them out of work and out of food at me, Turkey at me, me these massive giveaways in Denver, Miami and Dallas have become the new lines of the times. It's crazy to see the love, you know. That we so desperately need beyond the holiday Feeding America projects more than 50 million Americans will have faced hunger in 2020 up from around 35 million before the pandemic. We have a happy Thanksgiving, The North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says. They're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that also helping hungry families. Loss of employment really hurt Brandy glass cow, lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and is scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx As the mother, you never want your kids to see you. Worry or panic, So it got a little hard and got a little questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas, More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year. Reality 17 year old Michael Glascow is now now facing facing right right now now I'm I'm trying trying to to graduate graduate and and get get a a job, job, so so that'll that'll help help like like with with bills bills and and stuff. stuff. It's It's a a wake up call for a generation coming of age. In the midst of a pandemic. Media Gabriel CBS

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Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

Night News

00:47 sec | Last week

Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

"With millions of Americans remaining out of work, A record number of people are seeking food assistance. The North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says they're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that we can expect to see this elevated need for at least the next two years. Schools like the Texas can. Academies are also helping hungry families. Lots of employment really hurt. Brandy glass cow, lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and his scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx As the mother, you never want your kids to see you worry or panic, So it got a little hard and got a little Questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas. More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year. CBS News correspondent Maria via Real

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The Virtual Reptilian Cult

Extraterrestrial

05:50 min | Last week

The Virtual Reptilian Cult

"On july fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. The son had just begun to rise over the quiet town of cool ball township pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old barbara rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my god he's dead. Police rushed to the scene there on the floor of the tan double wide trailer late thirty two year old. Stephen minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm nearby barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love barbara. Even used stevens last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory internet search revealed. That barbour stephen were active members of an online cult. Run by a woman named sharee schreiner. The detectives searched for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and vampires. Hi i'm greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. Park has original every tuesday. We look at occult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Cults for free on spotify just opened the app and type cults in the search bar at cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. This is our first and only episode on sherry schreiner. The woman behind a virtual reptilian kalt will explore her troubled childhood as well as how schreiner used the internet to cultivate her following sherry. J. schreiner was born on december eleventh. Nineteen sixty five in cleveland. Ohio into a devout god fearing christian family. She attended private christian schools and went to church every sunday. Surrounded by discussions of jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing reading the bible while sherry was a very private person of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled bible codes revealed the coming. Ufo invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which she described in vivid detail sherry wrote. A figure would stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as i lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror with grip every muscle and bone. I had it was at least seven feet tall dark and evil. I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and i certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. The national sleep foundation explained that night terrors can have several causes including extreme tiredness lack of sleep or stress. It is quite possible that stress of her family's devout contributed to share his night terrors. As a child though. We don't know the specifics of the situation. Perhaps sheri's family put pressure on her to adhere to a specific code of conduct prescribed by their faith sheri's terrors continued to haunt her well into her adolescence as the years passed. She had a revelation. These visions were not some anonymous shadowy figures but evil demons sent by lucifer to kill her. She proclaimed herself lucifer's arch enemy. Though she hid this title from those around her by the age of twelve sherry had read the bible from front to back and was particularly interested. In the book of revelation the final book of the christian bible known for its strange imagery and apocalyptic predictions schreiner was fascinated by the concepts of the end of days and the arrival of the anti christ but despite shriners deep immersion in biblical studies. She hated her religion. She disagreed with much of christianity and brandon herself a nonconformist becoming the black sheep of her family but sherry shifted her biblical prophecy studies to the side while she focused on higher education she dreamed of pursuing a career in television news broadcasting

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Learning How to Lead with Ryan Hawk

Dose of Leadership

06:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Learning How to Lead with Ryan Hawk

"Ryan hawk on dose of leadership man. I'm excited that you're here. Welcome the show my friend. I appreciate it. Thanks for having me rich You know we've been connected the lincoln and obviously had known about your show for a long time so similar past but always wanted to have you on this show talked. Nfl leadership junkie so man. I'm glad you're here. Like i said thanks for having me it I was read about. Your story is pretty wild especially with everything. Going on as a pilot and september eleventh man. I was I was like wow. This is going to be interesting. Yeah no it's it's it's been a journey but it so i'm curious i i would bet that are past. They're similar in the sense. That if i understand correctly football was kind your dream as you were growing up and then going through college and then you played somewhat professionally as well right and then. How did that in. I don't quite know the story how that ended. Why did the football come to an end. Eventually they tell you you're not gonna Like most guys they re. The sport retires you tire from. And so i played after college. I played for a few years in the arena. Football league briefly went up to canada. And cfl you know handful of workouts in the nfl and then they they say Yeah you're you're you're okay. But not good enough to To make it to the upper echelon of the sport and the nfl where you can actually earn a living and the really gripe played. It's essentially like playing minor league baseball right. You do you do it for the opportunity to keep playing into potentially catch. Someone's eye so that you could maybe have the story like kurt warner right. Kerr played in the arena. League gets gets a workout. He impresses he gets a job. The starter gets hurt and all the rest is history is now in the hall of fame. So i think that's why you do it you you and that's why i did it for a few years and I love those great experience. I mean you. Don't you can only do that when you're still in the prime of your athletic life and and so i'm glad i did it even though it delayed a little bit of my professional career but I i definitely don't regret. Yeah with so when you found it came to an end was it. Was it something you kind of always knew is going to happen you prepared for you said you know what i'm going to play ride this out as long as i can and then i'm going to start some sort of professional career and business or something that always in the back of your mind or was it like with me. I always thought. I was going to be a pilot and west when nine eleven happened and i got thrust in the corporate arena was a little bit of panic. Initially but How was it for you. Well i you know. I think kids. Are i talk with high school and college kids now. They're just so much smarter and better intentions than i did. When i was in college I didn't even really think about not playing football right And and so That could you know. I had friends who were really good about Building relationships creating connections setting themselves up for for life after college. I just wasn't one of those people. I i was immature like a lot of twenty two year olds and so i didn't have any thought of not playing I just happened to get really lucky. I am a family friend. Decided to take a chance on me and hire me into a sales job and And then just said hey just kind of use the same type of work ethic you learn as a player but now do this year for this job and if you do I have a hunch that things will go well. his name's rex. Goswell still a great friend to this day and just i'm just lucky. I had a person who is willing to take a shot. And then i as i try to do. I like to prove people right When they believe in fortunately it kind of my career went from there man. What a blessing to have that person kind of in your corner to kind of steer you. They saw something in you right. Which i think is an obligation of all this leaders right. Great leaders kinda see something that we don't even seen ourselves ripe and they help extract that out of you. That's great and then as i suppose you started working and that's when it was a lexus nexus nexus right and so you're in this sales position in this professional role like with me that's when it became. I started getting these moments of clarity of like. Oh where i came from. In my case it was the marine corps and flying planes in my mindset was limited. When i first started in thinking all i know how to do sleigh airplanes and but then as i got into the corporate arena i started saying oh i did learn a lot more than just flying airplanes. I'm assuming the probably same happen you with your football experience in in the great coaches and mentors you surrounded yourself around most of your life. I learned i learned how to develop a work ethic. I learned resilience. I learned preparation. I learned being coach -able. I learned how to collaborate with others. i got to college. I was on a much more diverse team people from wide variety of backgrounds. And i played a in the arena league down in birmingham so completely different from where. I'm from here in ohio and so i would say i think i learned about people. I learned a lot about myself. Learn about how to work. I learned how to do extra. I learned all that from my coaches from playing sports. And so i. I just tried to take that into the professional world and i liked the profession of selling because the people who were landing at the top of the stack rankings. The people who were making the most money the people who are getting promoted. They were the ones who were working the hardest. I don't have any experience. But i do think i could work And so i i. I was willing and still. I'm willing to to to work really hard at it. And then Eventually led to me. You know having some success in doing well exceeding the goals accompany set for me and then that led to promotions and more opportunities. And so i think that's that i direct all of that back to a combination of two things. One my family. My parents my brothers as well as My coaches who really taught me how to out of work once. I want for my eighth grade to ninth grade year.

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"panic" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

08:45 min | 7 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"Originally intended to record this episode back in March but that's when the corona virus hit the US in full force. So I put it on the back burner to host live. Qna's instead highlights. From which are uploaded as podcast episodes but once our front doors open again. The sudden stimuli of crowded stores and roadways might overwhelm us which brings me to this unlikely story. I want to share with you about a panic attack. That had earlier this year it turns out. There's a good explanation for why it occurred but it was quite unnerving when it was actually happening. What got me through? It is what can get us through. What's happening right? Now after? Six years of accumulating airline mileage points from flights and credit card charges. I finally had enough points to cover an absolutely free round trip. Flight and five week backpacking trip around the Philippines earlier this year and setting up a tenth on the beach or as I like to call it. A five billion star hotel made the trip in nature lovers paradise but quite a few shots. Vaccinations for things like typhoid and malaria were either necessary or strongly advised prior to boarding the flight. I am fortunate enough to not be on any medication. generally avoid even taking aspirin unless. I'm in severe pain but considering all the time I was about to spend sleeping outdoors in a third world country. I took the malaria pills for two weeks prior to departure as well as during the trip and for three weeks. Afterwards I didn't bother reading the possible side effects because not taking the pills wasn't an option but it didn't take long to notice that the pills made me sleepy for example so I just took them at night. I later discovered. They also cause vivid dreams and a slight fever which was no big deal. The whole point of the trip was to maximize time on quiet deserted islands for some peace and tranquility and to avoid major loud cities like Manila as much as possible. Since as far back as I can remember. I've been hyper sensitive to certain types of noise. The high pitch of CRT monitors beeping alarms the sound of someone snoring chewing the auditory assault of emergency sirens screaming children wind chimes and even certain. Birdsong would all drive me crazy. If it wasn't for two things one I can usually meditate and breathe deeply through the noise until it stops and I can return to the bliss of silence and to almost always have earplugs on me just in case. The sound is louder than my meditation consumer. Whether this miss a phony ah is a symptom of being somewhere on the spectrum or something else. Altogether avoiding noise isn't an option especially when dealing with major airports and public transportation. I can usually gear myself up prior to leaving the house in preparation for what's to come and wear noise cancelling headphones which more often than not keep my anxiety at bay anyway. The trip involved wonderfully warm ocean breeze on white sand beaches beautiful hikes and surprisingly freezing temperatures did not expect to experience in the Philippines but enjoyed immensely nonetheless on us. Sunrise hike to one of the highest peaks in the country clear blue skies and great food. Add into the mix one bad case of getting seasick on a boat between islands two cases of food poisoning which I actually think was from drinking the water. Not NECESSARILY FROM ANYTHING. I eight and you've got the complete experience which was still great in the grand scheme of things but at one point returning to the big loud and busy city of Manila after a couple of weeks of reading books in a Hammock on a quiet deserted beach. Hit Me really hard. The noise of construction traffic blaring. Tv's and radios car horns and the fast pace of everything and everyone around me shot my anxiety through the roof and sent me into the worst panic attack of ever had. I'm not going to play it down for you. I completely lost it. I truly believed it was the end of timber as we know him. That Buddhist boot camp would come to an end and that I would have to check myself into a mental hospital upon returning to the states. If I don't kill myself I that's how bad it was. Suicide was more inviting than another minute of noise from which I couldn't escape even with earplugs or noise cancelling headphones I truly wanted to die. It was my lowest point and I didn't even recognize myself. I mean this is me. We're talking about the guy who feels anger threatening to surface and starts contemplating what other feeling I'd rather choose but in this case this down to Earth Guy you've grown to know over. The years was no more. What got me through this sudden spiral of mental instability. As I was rocking back and forth was repeating to myself. This is temporary. This is temporary. This is temporary within an hour. I fell asleep probably from exhaustion. It's incredible how much energy the body uses to feel something anything so strongly. When I woke up the next day I was no longer on edge but still seriously questioning my mental health. Was this my own psychotic breakdown. His this what everyone was saying. Britney Spears went through in two thousand seven. It felt like years of meditation. Mindfulness and all the practice of had to remain calm in the midst of chaos. Meant nothing so I decided to do some research and discovered that severe panic attacks are actually a common side effect from the Malaria vaccine. I was taking and it all made sense on the one hand. I was relieved that it was merely a chemical reaction to the pills but has felt so real in the moment of panic. I couldn't access all those other parts of my brain that would have otherwise kicked in with logic and reasoning to talk me off the ledge but whether real or chemically induced the mantra. This is temporary. Helped me through it? All temporary can mean a minute or two an hour a week month year or lifetime. No matter how you look at anything. Everything is in constant flux. I guess what pleasantly surprised me. The most is how quickly I was willing to accept my mental breakdown. Prior to falling asleep I contacted a friend to recommend a therapist could see immediately upon returning to the states. I asked another friend whether the mental institutions depicted in movies resembled the real ones. He sees in his medical practice and then all reminded me of the near drowning incident that I described in my memoir and how I'm merely observed what was happening rather than reacting to it. I guess I wanted to share this story with you because perhaps all of the years of mindfulness practice didn't go out the window in the moment of panic and the gap between impulse response. I didn't react to what was happening. I reminded myself how temporary it all was. Mindfulness Meditation can really help us. Not In the moment of meditation but at some point down the road when we need it most a got me through the four hours of being seasick on the worst boat ride. You can imagine it. Got Me through the panic attack and it got me through the whirlwind of change to which I returned when I got back home for starters I found out that I had to move out from where I've been living for the past two and a half years but rather than react or dubbed the unexpected experience terrible or unfortunate. I found a new place to live. That is everything of ever dreamed of. And then this corona virus exploded and I can't think of anywhere on the world where I'd rather be quarantined right now

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"panic" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

08:45 min | 7 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"Originally intended to record this episode back in March but that's when the corona virus hit the US in full force. So I put it on the back burner to host live. Qna's instead highlights. From which are uploaded as podcast episodes but once our front doors open again. The sudden stimuli of crowded stores and roadways might overwhelm us which brings me to this unlikely story. I want to share with you about a panic attack. That had earlier this year it turns out. There's a good explanation for why it occurred but it was quite unnerving when it was actually happening. What got me through? It is what can get us through. What's happening right? Now after? Six years of accumulating airline mileage points from flights and credit card charges. I finally had enough points to cover an absolutely free round trip. Flight and five week backpacking trip around the Philippines earlier this year and setting up a tenth on the beach or as I like to call it. A five billion star hotel made the trip in nature lovers paradise but quite a few shots. Vaccinations for things like typhoid and malaria were either necessary or strongly advised prior to boarding the flight. I am fortunate enough to not be on any medication. generally avoid even taking aspirin unless. I'm in severe pain but considering all the time I was about to spend sleeping outdoors in a third world country. I took the malaria pills for two weeks prior to departure as well as during the trip and for three weeks. Afterwards I didn't bother reading the possible side effects because not taking the pills wasn't an option but it didn't take long to notice that the pills made me sleepy for example so I just took them at night. I later discovered. They also cause vivid dreams and a slight fever which was no big deal. The whole point of the trip was to maximize time on quiet deserted islands for some peace and tranquility and to avoid major loud cities like Manila as much as possible. Since as far back as I can remember. I've been hyper sensitive to certain types of noise. The high pitch of CRT monitors beeping alarms the sound of someone snoring chewing the auditory assault of emergency sirens screaming children wind chimes and even certain. Birdsong would all drive me crazy. If it wasn't for two things one I can usually meditate and breathe deeply through the noise until it stops and I can return to the bliss of silence and to almost always have earplugs on me just in case. The sound is louder than my meditation consumer. Whether this miss a phony ah is a symptom of being somewhere on the spectrum or something else. Altogether avoiding noise isn't an option especially when dealing with major airports and public transportation. I can usually gear myself up prior to leaving the house in preparation for what's to come and wear noise cancelling headphones which more often than not keep my anxiety at bay anyway. The trip involved wonderfully warm ocean breeze on white sand beaches beautiful hikes and surprisingly freezing temperatures did not expect to experience in the Philippines but enjoyed immensely nonetheless on us. Sunrise hike to one of the highest peaks in the country clear blue skies and great food. Add into the mix one bad case of getting seasick on a boat between islands two cases of food poisoning which I actually think was from drinking the water. Not NECESSARILY FROM ANYTHING. I eight and you've got the complete experience which was still great in the grand scheme of things but at one point returning to the big loud and busy city of Manila after a couple of weeks of reading books in a Hammock on a quiet deserted beach. Hit Me really hard. The noise of construction traffic blaring. Tv's and radios car horns and the fast pace of everything and everyone around me shot my anxiety through the roof and sent me into the worst panic attack of ever had. I'm not going to play it down for you. I completely lost it. I truly believed it was the end of timber as we know him. That Buddhist boot camp would come to an end and that I would have to check myself into a mental hospital upon returning to the states. If I don't kill myself I that's how bad it was. Suicide was more inviting than another minute of noise from which I couldn't escape even with earplugs or noise cancelling headphones I truly wanted to die. It was my lowest point and I didn't even recognize myself. I mean this is me. We're talking about the guy who feels anger threatening to surface and starts contemplating what other feeling I'd rather choose but in this case this down to Earth Guy you've grown to know over. The years was no more. What got me through this sudden spiral of mental instability. As I was rocking back and forth was repeating to myself. This is temporary. This is temporary. This is temporary within an hour. I fell asleep probably from exhaustion. It's incredible how much energy the body uses to feel something anything so strongly. When I woke up the next day I was no longer on edge but still seriously questioning my mental health. Was this my own psychotic breakdown. His this what everyone was saying. Britney Spears went through in two thousand seven. It felt like years of meditation. Mindfulness and all the practice of had to remain calm in the midst of chaos. Meant nothing so I decided to do some research and discovered that severe panic attacks are actually a common side effect from the Malaria vaccine. I was taking and it all made sense on the one hand. I was relieved that it was merely a chemical reaction to the pills but has felt so real in the moment of panic. I couldn't access all those other parts of my brain that would have otherwise kicked in with logic and reasoning to talk me off the ledge but whether real or chemically induced the mantra. This is temporary. Helped me through it? All temporary can mean a minute or two an hour a week month year or lifetime. No matter how you look at anything. Everything is in constant flux. I guess what pleasantly surprised me. The most is how quickly I was willing to accept my mental breakdown. Prior to falling asleep I contacted a friend to recommend a therapist could see immediately upon returning to the states. I asked another friend whether the mental institutions depicted in movies resembled the real ones. He sees in his medical practice and then all reminded me of the near drowning incident that I described in my memoir and how I'm merely observed what was happening rather than reacting to it. I guess I wanted to share this story with you because perhaps all of the years of mindfulness practice didn't go out the window in the moment of panic and the gap between impulse response. I didn't react to what was happening. I reminded myself how temporary it all was. Mindfulness Meditation can really help us. Not In the moment of meditation but at some point down the road when we need it most a got me through the four hours of being seasick on the worst boat ride. You can imagine it. Got Me through the panic attack and it got me through the whirlwind of change to which I returned when I got back home for starters I found out that I had to move out from where I've been living for the past two and a half years but rather than react or dubbed the unexpected experience terrible or unfortunate. I found a new place to live. That is everything of ever dreamed of. And then this corona virus exploded and I can't think of anywhere on the world where I'd rather be quarantined right now so yes oh Buddhist. Boot camp in person events have been postponed but in addition to this podcast online posts and monthly blog. All of our events are now online through youtube for the foreseeable future that anyone can attend from anywhere in the world but Buddhist boot camp is also technically the smallest bookstore in the world with only two title so far. So if you've been considering getting a copy of Buddhist bootcamp or faithfully religion less for yourself or for a friend the now more than ever. Please show your support by ordering an autograph copy of book from Buddhist bootcamp Dot Com and I will personally signed each copy package and ship it to you and remember this too shall pass and hopefully the only side effects are better distinction between needs and wants more time to read books and a breath of fresh air for the planet and for all of us stay safe everyone and I will seize timber. Hawkeye is the best selling author faithfully religion less and Buddhist boot camp for additional information. Please visit Buddhist bootcamp dot com for you can order autograph books to support the prison. 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"panic" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

11:20 min | 8 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"We're discussing panic in the streets starring. Richard Would Mark Paul. Douglas Barbara Bel Getty's Jack Talents. Zero mastel directed by Eliah Kazan. This is the now playing. Co-host who's fond of Shishkabob Arnie Stewart? And this the CO host. Who Likes High Foreheads Jacob? Well we hope everybody at home is healthy and safe and likely quarantined. No matter where you're listening to us from the world. Yeah at the moment of recording. We are all separated apart. Watching the news is one of the shows that we've taped since this pandemic has hit America. We are hearing reports. There are over sixty thousand cases in America by the time this airs. Who knows but we are thinking about this pandemic and checking in with you. You guys told us you were interested in watching movies about viruses. I don't know about that you know I can understand why some people might be like. I want to turn that off. I don't WanNa think about that. It's scary to contemplate when you turn on the news these days. Yeah but people are I think indulging in it in some ways entertainment as of this recording contagion is the number four movie on Itunes and it has been for weeks and outbreak is in the top twenty five and let's face it. We had to kind of fill out our schedule. The new mutants is punted for the sixth time or something but James Bond got moved black widow. The new saw film fast and furious nine and just a couple days ago when we're recording. This wonder woman. Eighty four half of our schedule for the spring has no release date anymore. Yeah I thought it was going to be a super busy month person July and lots of new releases and now we don't know yes and we didn't really necessarily know how to approach virus movies. Either there are a lot of them and we've covered some of them and you can go find those in the archives. Twenty eight days later and I am legend. All the stand. I did a list. I wanted to see how many we've really done if people wanted to do. A full now. Playing virus retrospective. There's the I am legend trilogy. Starting with the last man on earth in nineteen sixty four. Yeah then Omega Man in seventy one. There's the stand from ninety. Four twelve monkeys. That counts right. Nine Hundred Ninety five definitely twenty eight days later two thousand and two resident evil also two thousand two twenty eight weeks later as well. Yep Yep rise of the planet of the apes and then its two sequels but rise. Came Out in twenty eleven. Dare I add it in the name of the King Two worlds. It might make you sick watching it. And there was someone plotting to release a virus. Yes and they did. That's the thing it's not if they were blinded they released it in the Kingdom of EB World War Z. And Day of the dead bloodline. Yeah I think what's different here because we do want to be sensitive. We're not doing the sensational Zombie outbreak. Type films I mean. We talked about all kinds of viral outbreaks. And we really wanted something that that would speak to. What's going on right now. Though yeah I agree I mean I want a very clear eyed view if you WANNA laugh and enjoy camping ones no judgment but it might seem inappropriate to make light of something that seemed so severe the way I thought about it is. It's more interesting even though we're told. Time and again. These are unprecedented times. Mankind has always dealt with viruses. It has always been a part of our story and it was interesting to think that we could go back through the decades and look at the ways that it was presented on film and how the general public thought about contagion and viral outbreaks. And it makes sense that we would start with panic in the streets in one thousand nine hundred fifty film when we were discussing the Tom Cruise film losing it Stewart. You pointed out that in the eighties. A lot of movies were being set in the fifties because baby boomers who were in their formative years in the fifties grew up and now they were writing films in the eighties so setting them thirty years earlier while thirty years or specifically thirty two years before nineteen fifty. The Spanish flu was out there so a lot of people. My Ninety nine year old grandmother is regaling me endlessly with this coronas. Nothing you should have been there for the Spanish flu. Nine hundred eighteen. Not many of us can say that we were there for that but it does sound awful. It killed a whole lot of people. And Yeah that comes up a lot. But even in the nineteen fifties which is the start. I think of the movie. Sub-genre virus movies kickoff with panic in the streets. Nine hundred fifty s were a scary time. That looked a lot like. Are you know right. Now we're thinking very much about protecting our seniors because they're what's at risk for covert nineteen but back in the nineteen fifties. Hide your kids to let them go to the pool. Don't let him play with other kids because if you do they're gonNA get infantile paralysis. Polio I mean the scare was real people close pools. They didn't let their kids out. He was considered a summer plague. School's out and then all of a sudden just populations of people all throughout the United States would suddenly be hit hard and kids would suddenly lose motor function and only able to breathe when they were put into an iron lung interesting statistic by the way it sounds a lot like corona only two percent of the population actually develop the disease and most of those cases were mild. Most of the people were not left with long term disabilities but it did impact a whole generation. I know my mom believes. She was diagnosed with polio. My Dad's second wife had it. You know the thirty second president. Fdr The reason why he was in a wheelchair he got it when he was thirty. Nine years old. You didn't even have to be a kit. People were living like we were back in. One thousand nine hundred eighty. When this movie came out there was a real field. If you send your kid to the movie theater. He touched another kid. This could happen wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty five. When Jonas Salk released his cure which was very controversial he was doing things that scientists disapproved of in order to get that vaccine and it worked one monkey equaled six thousand doses of immunization. And before you know it all the kids got to lead the iron lung and come home and famously. He didn't even keep the patent. It's something that warms my heart. When I think about it he thought it was unethical for anyone to profit from this cure and so he gave it away for free so there was panic in the streets in nineteen fifty and I think the other thing that might have inspired. The onset of movies talking about viruses was the smallpox outbreak of nineteen forty. Seven guy got on a bus in Mexico. City drove all the way to New York City. Didn't feel so well with feverish. The whole time went to Bellevue hospital a week later he died. That was when the doctors realized. Oh my God is smallpox. They had had a vaccine for smallpox for over century but because smallpox was so rare like nobody was immune from it so suddenly everyone. That man had come in contact when the bus was infected and it was being you know across the country so everyone literally was being impacted. Kind of like we are now. Everyone potentially could have smallpox what the government did was they started a big PR blitz. They put out commercials on the radio. Tv magazines go to our free health clinics. They opened them up all over the country. Get your vaccines and so everyone could sing the songs everyone knew about shots and the necessity of getting immune to smallpox. Hollywood jumps on trends. If something is big in the news. They're going to come up with a movie about it and I think that's the movie we're here to talk about today. I'd never heard of panic in the streets until we decided we were going to cherry pick. What is what the best the most iconic virus movie from each decade the fifties through the teens. And you said this is the top one on the list I I. I never heard of this. Yeah nor have I. This is totally new to me. I knew by reputation but I've never seen it either. I do think most people know Elia Kazan. He was a director more famous. Maybe for Broadway the stage but he helped pioneer the method acting. So if you know Brando if you know James Dean if you know all of those leading light actors for the nineteen fifties Elliott. Kazan probably worked with them and got them to be the actors that they were. Yeah I did look up this director and and unfortunately Brando. Unless he's in Superman or the godfather I I got a blind spot for his films as well as James Dean so I recognize. Yeah Kazan oh he's he's actually done some big movies but this one isn't one of his that I've heard of it was his sixth film. Total first time working with a Major Studio Twentieth Century Fox. He would go from HERE RIGHT INTO STREETCAR. Named on the waterfront and again I know the Brando movies. I didn't know this film. He was known at the time for message. Movies Film About Anti-semitism called Gentlemen's agreement won the Best Picture Oscar. He didn't about racism called Pinky people. Thought Oh you take an important issue. You'd be perfect to be talking about viral outbreaks. Why don't you do the script but Kazan was determined? He wasn't just going to do what he had been doing. He was wanting to get better as a filmmaker. And that meant studying Orson Welles. John Ford learning about photography and really trying to be cinematic. Moving the camera and longshots doing things so that it didn't feel like a play didn't feel staged and set in an artificial movie studio. He actually moved his family down to New Orleans so that he could learn the whole landscape. Find the best locations meet. The locals cast the locals. Most of the people in this movie are people that lived in New Orleans at the time and really used his method acting training to give us a more real sense of a community than would have been done on a sound stage by some other Iraq besides Jackpot talents. I didn't recognize anyone in this and again. This is nineteen fifty so up on those actors but I looked them up. I just didn't recognize a lot of roles that they played again besides pounds because I've seen city slickers and Batman Eighty nine. This is his first movie. Yeah he was the only one I knew from this entire cast and I wouldn't have recognized him if I didn't know from the credits Jack. Balance was in it and then recognize the chin. Keep my generation. Jack Balances The guy. Who did the PUSHUPS on? Yes Oscar stage after winning for curly's goals you know actually that was the sequel but city slickers. That's Jack Palance to me. And yes Batman. When Batman came out I had no idea who this guy was I was looking at. Nicholson come on the best movie of all time. Tango and cash. She was the village was he. Wow you yet. How could you forget? Yeah he was in there..

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"panic" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

12:00 min | 9 months ago

"panic" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"You know when you have so little of for to begin with. I should make a joke about that. But it's just What I was trying to decide. Okay what is it about men and the month of March Come on guys keep your spirits up you know. Part of your immune system is mental. Find something else to live for. It's important that we stay alive all of us. I wrote something on Social Media. Yesterday have enough. How many of you follow me on facebook or instagram twitter? But if you don't might be a good idea sometimes I communicate with people in that manner. you know. I. This was supposed to have been a weekly by gas when it started on December seventeenth. And we've never had a chance to do just one a week because so much has been happening I with the election. The primary season of the things that were going on and And now this so my commitment is to is to do this podcast as often as needed for right now so. I'm sorry when I when I didn't do it for a couple of days. People started to to worry. But there's there's no need to worry other than I'm just doing what everybody else is doing in the case of having somebody dying. You're building as with what happened here. I think all of us were a little rattled and trying to waiting for orders. Everybody out time to evacuate. No okay everybody stay in no everybody under official Corentin No word nothing I guess is that this is becoming so overwhelming already that they really don't know what to do. They don't know what to tell people. What are you going to tell people? What are you gonNa Tell? People in hospitals are full this week and people are bringing their loved ones and some of them are very sick. Some of them may be dying and they can't get into the hospital gonNA lock the doors where all the things I've been asking for for the last couple of weeks whereas the Army Corps of Engineers where the field hospitals that we need to build. Why why aren't they graduating nurses early from nursing schools right now in? March? Forget about me. Graduate Doctors Right now make residents and interns give them. I mean all the things that could be going on and and we can be doing. We have no leadership masks. Wear the masks trump at the beginning of the week said he was you know authorizing in invoking the the defense Production Act which gives him the power to take over factories takeover businesses to produce the items that are needed in a time of war. And he's called this time of war it is in a sense. He's referred to himself now as Bush did as the wartime president. So Okay and now here we are. What is it four days five days later? Nothing nothing has he. Hasn't he just sat. It signed a piece of paper and then didn't do anything to say. Okay this factory you know yes. I know you said that. In the next year you're going to produce millions of these. We need them tomorrow and start to do it like we like. We did during World War. Two when we didn't have the technology we didn't have the communication. We didn't have any of that stuff. I'll say it again Our the people that came before us parents grandparents ray grandparents in world war two in Michigan. Who WORKED IN GM OR FORD? They shut the factories down after we were bombed Pearl Harbor and within weeks by the next month by Jin January February they were. There are no longer making cars and they didn't make cars for the next four years car. Factories in assembly lines made tanks. They may bomber planes fighter planes. The factory my grandmother worked in in Flint. They went from making tiny little spark plugs on the assembly line. Two machineguns already do that machine guns out of sparkplug. They did it. The Ford Factory Insularity Michigan. They built a they built. B Twenty four's their planes. They built a plane every sixty one. That's one in our. They came off the assembly line. That's how they that's how they did it. And they didn't have half the science and the knowledge that we have today. Where are the masks? Where are the gowns? Where are the gloves? Where where are the ventilators respirators? Oh my God. One of the hospitals here in New York. Last night reported that they were now. Out of the all ventilators were newsday or they need they don't have any more can't put anybody else on a ventilator and this is GonNa get repeated again today tomorrow the next day and even though General Motors has offered to immediately take an assembly line and turn it into a ventilator assembly line. Trump has done nothing about this. He's bragged about it. Oh yeah you got this great offer from GM? And now I guess Ford is made the same offer. So where? When do they start? Production trump still seems to feel like The more the more test kits that get out there. The more people are tested. The more we start doing things like making these masks and ventilators that somehow this looks bad for him. Because it's GonNa show that more people are sick. More people are dying looks bad bad for the image bad for the PR bad for the ratings the ratings and and so we sit here every day that goes by thousands more will be dead in the next week or two because we lost this time. I said I set it over a week ago. I'll say it again please. Is there some version of reality where the cabinet can invoke the twenty Fifth Amendment and and remove him because he seems incapacitated? Can the generals save us? I never thought I'd say that sentence in the United States of America last thing we want to do is to have have to have the military come in and remove a president but we are in danger folks. We are in serious serious danger. I posted this on on my social media here yesterday morning. I told people about the woman who had died here in the apartment building. Rest her soul blessings upon her there. I'll just read from this there. What I wrote there was a chill that spread through many in the building here that this is only the first of these here. It's not the last time we'll see an ambulance. Pull up to the suburban building. Won't the I. It's not the last. It's not gonNA be just here. It's it will be everywhere. The media doesn't want you to panic. The politicians insist a you not panic. I am here to tell you to panic panic like you've never panicked before. Millions will die because of trump's incompetence inaction and waiting too long to figure out how to make a buck off of all this and that will be why your loved ones will perish panic but not. Just any kind of panic. Not The crazy kind of panic where you're not thinking. Straight smart panic. If you woke up in your house was on fire you would. The natural human instinct. You would panic. You should panic. You need to get out of the house. You need to be smart about this though. 'cause you gotta wake everybody else up you gotta get them out. You got to get everybody out. Make sure they're safe. Stay in panic mode. Does you gotta warn the neighbors? If you're in an apartment building you gotta knock on every door you gotTa Bang on every door on your floor. You gotta get out. If you're in a house. She got to warn the neighbors. Next door you gotta call nine one one. You gotta go look for a frigging hose. You need to be in serious smart panic mode smart panic. Don't go crazy you go crazy. Were all done. It's the kind you need the think you need to think while you're in in a M- emotion of Uttar sheer terror. You need to think then you need to act today tomorrow politically here you know. This is a political situation. You do know that right because politics is preventing us from getting the help we need. It's preventing our doctors and nurses from getting the protective gear. That they need is. It's prevent us from getting having the test that we need a contest. A quarter of a million people in South Korea staff of the fingers. Ls test another quarter million. Ask anybody who has been feeling symptoms and has gone to the hospital and trying to get some help they will turn them away. They've not been testing people. Nobody knows anybody that knows anybody. That has a test. All your doctor see if they've got any tests in the office my friends. You need to organize everyone. You know right now to scream bloody murder today. You've gotta let your Governor Your Mayor Your senators your president know that you will not tolerate one more fucking day of this. We don't have another day or two we don't have we don't host the weekend. No well. That's just too bad. We don't have 'til Monday. Do you understand what I'm saying? I mean this is where if I were making a film right now. We'd be sneaking into these ERS in these ICU. Units I mean they are stacking people up already friends.

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"panic" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

11:55 min | 9 months ago

"panic" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"Rumble and this is Michael Moore. I last spoke to you and I believe Wednesday. This is now early Saturday morning very early and recording this around the four in the morning and I'm sorry I haven't heard from a couple of days. I I can tell from the comments on Social Media Fan Mail. He mail her other places. Here the people people are worried about me Don't don't worry. I'll I'll let you know what I'm going down I'm in great shape Things are fine knock on Pleasure here whatever economic on I'm coming to you from my podcast studio inside my apartment in New York City and I have been from many people in the medical community. The health professionals. That are there to help us Davis And they don't know what to do because they don't WanNA panic people and they want to on the other hand. Let everybody know that Whatever you're worried about happening in terms of the situation with our hospitals and our doctors and nurses. It's already happening a couple of days ago. A woman in my apartment building contracted the virus tested positive. And I guess I don't know maybe they knew that after the fact because she passed away here in the building she did was not in the hospital. I knew her Nor weli newer enough I'd had apartment in this building for many many years Even when I'm living in Michigan and my apartment there and it's where I base myself but When I work usually the work is here and I was very sad to get this news that She had contracted the virus and died. Seems like fairly quickly? The ambulance pulled up to the building. Here and They took her out in. I don't know she was his had already passed our did so at the at the hospital but they sent on an email to the residents of the apartment building here on Thursday to let us know that she died and That was the last. We've actually heard of anything. I guess they brought in the the hired some has met company or whatever and Disinfected there hallway and the apartment. The lobby the elevators and most of us did know this for almost twenty four hours so I just continued to use the elevators and And we own her anything sense released. I am and in terms of. Are We all in quarantine here? A anybody leaves the building. I haven't left I think one time on last Sunday Briefly but I have essentially been in my own self corn teams situation here. I just thought that was the smart thing to do. So this is day. Twelve of my Self imposed quarantine. Just I think I'd spend enough weeks trying to warn people that this was coming and Just from my own. I mean I'm not a doctor I just But I've talked to a lot of people as I've told you in previous podcasts. I have very good sources People who are connected to the H. CDC Some of our top hospitals. Capitol Hill other people in the media. It's on the phone a lot talking to people and getting the latest trying to find out the things that they don't WanNa tell us or they're afraid to tell us. I mean a lot of a lot of the mouse. That are going back and forth internally. Whatever is to don't panic the public. That's really the main point of be careful. Do not panic the public for whatever. They're afraid is going to happen when people hear the truth when they really know. What's what's going on. I believe there's a piece coming out in the in the Times or The Washington Post this morning that Essentially it's finally telling us that Well what I told you early on what I've known now for the better of the last week or two that We're in we're in deep deep deep trouble Not only because the doctors and nurses are running out of masks and gowns and gloves and all the protective gear that they need and there are hospitals in New York that they're in their last day or two of having the supplies they need just to take care of the patients. there and They the other piece of this that they don't want you to know because they don't want you to panic is that There are hundreds of doctors in nurses and other healthcare professionals. That are already sick that already have the virus that are already hospitalized. Some of them in the ICU. Now you know one doctor explained to me you know. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Because on some level of their young and healthy enough and they get the virus. Now perhaps they'll you know they'll recover in a couple of weeks and he'll Possibly be inoculated and not get reinfected any time too soon and not infect others and be able to help people in the emergency room in the ICU. So I guess that's the silver lining that they're looking for but I was. I was pretty I think not just myself and anybody else here in my apartment building was pretty upset. You know it's funny too when when She died here and again. We're just talking and sound even two days ago The total number of deaths in New York somewhere around thirty five or so. I haven't even looked at what it is this morning It's it's moving very fast. I think now. Half of all the Coruna virus cases in the country are here in New York. So this is a frigging hot zone. One doctor told me that He believes that possibly twenty five percent of New Yorkers. I'm talking about people in New York City or The New York City area. Twenty five percent of the people already have already have covert nineteen either have already had it passed through it because again remember eighty percent of the people that get this get through pretty easily like a bad cold twenty five percent either have had it enter through it. Have it right now? I don't know because they don't have any symptoms or symptoms or or they do have it in their feeling. Every bit of it was eight and a half million people in the city you know. The current estimates are upwards. To one in two of us are going to contract this. Half if we're nearing the twenty five percent mark. That's SP two million people. I mean this is why these numbers because there's no testing there's been no testing. We don't know the hospitals are jammed the ICU units. Some of them are up to ninety percent full. There's same in the next few days they're going to have to start turning people away. There's going to be anywhere to go because of the inaction by delaying this The trump administration trump himself. Now going to be too late for a lot of people and I don't think this should be kept from you. I think you should know this. We all should know. I'd like an exact number right now. Of How many nurses and doctors are already sick. How many of them are hospitalized right now? That'll give us a good indication of how forget about how many beds there are. Oh do we have enough beds? Of course we don't have enough beds. I think the governor of New York said yesterday were probably short by at least a hundred and fifty thousand beds of what we're going to need so what. Galeta bed where the nurses were. The doctors are sick. The National Guard is already here in the city. They started coming in quietly yesterday. They've been out at the various testing locations like new Rochelle. They opened up one in New Jersey yesterday. Helping out but more and more of them are coming I'm guessing because of the fear of trying to maintain the social order in the midst of all. This trump has another one of his whack. A doodle press conferences yesterday where he just stands there in lies and says there's treatments that we've got malaria treatments. We can use these malaria drugs. All this crazy stuff and then poor dr FAO. She had to stand up there and contradict him again. Try to clear it up. Look on his face and FAU CHEESE FACE JUST AWFUL. You could just see just looked down. Folded his arms. If you your thought bubble coming out of his head it would just say. We are doomed. If now decided that the according to the data twice as many men are dying of this than women they don't know why my first thought was well sports are Gong the NBA's Gone March madness has gone what we think's going to happen demand.

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"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"This message comes from. Npr sponsor Rossi's Rossi's creates stylish sustainable shoes and bags made for life on the go. Rotties are carefully crafted with ECO. Friendly materials like single use plastic water bottles and ocean bound marine plastic. Best of all rotties are fully machine. Washable plus Roth always come with free shipping and free returns discover. Why their shoe point in black has over three thousand near perfect reviews? Find your new go-to at rocky's dot com slash brain. This is hidden brain Shankar Vaidyanathan. We're exploring how in early two thousand fifteen epidemiologists tried to stop Ebola from spreading in a poor slum in Liberia. They had three fires to put out time. Bomb had gone underground the rest of the had been identified but were reluctant to be quarantine. And then there was the woman known as Drug Momma she was the Godmother of a drug den frequented by members of the gang. She was in her thirties and appear to have symptoms that suggested e Bala if he bought US truck the heart of the drug Dan. It would spread very quickly through the community. Franken Musoke realized they had to quickly run a test to get drug mama diagnosed but the anticipated problems. Our dilemma was. How do we approach such that? She has also to do any bull artist. The mere mention of Ebola was sending people into a panic if they told her they were worried. She Bola would she vanish and go underground? They didn't WanNa take the chance. So rather than take into confidence they decided to trick drug Mama. It wasn't ideal but they were dealing with the crisis they had to improvise so frankly smart guy he is. We stopped at a pharmacy and we bought home malaria medicine. And when did on nine Frank Sir not so well so medicine this is Laurent nine. Pm. She say yes to take. This medicine will come back tomorrow. And jekyll you as a goal was the next morning asks for her blood to check on my lire and then we'll Romney test. The trick worked up to a point. The problem was the next morning when they took drug mama to the hospital to get her blood drawn. They had to tell healthcare workers at the hospital. What was going on so everyone would take proper precautions. A nurse got scared when they told her they wanted to test for Bola Drachma noticed the acting. Oddly and then she let us something as drug eleven win back and begin angry with also Moussaka and frank realized. The trickery was backfiring sal. They tried bribery with sudden negotiate. It and we will give our one hundred dollar us. If Sheila also do a blood draw at a house so we took the block and seven pm that night we got a response that she was negative. And we all want to bear. Breeding aside release.

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"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

07:33 min | 9 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"Just like in that movie panic in the streets. Public Health officials needed to quickly stop the outbreak from spreading. They needed to try and find every person who could have come into contact with the young man. It's a process called contact tracing. It's exceedingly difficult to do if you try to imagine constructing the last three weeks of your life and determining every single person that you came into contact with whether it was casual contact or a family member who you saw every day. It's extraordinarily difficult to do so. We Interview People Multiple Times and we also talked to their family members and their friends to try to determine everyone who might have had any contact with this person during the time that they could have been infectious affiliate. Frank knew the young man who died had sought medical treatment for his stab wounds had a healthcare worker suture. The young man's wounds and come into contact with his blood and failure visited a lot of clinics trying to track down facilities. The young man may have visited she page to logbooks patients. Names WITH NO LUCK. Then she got to one clinic and I took this big dusty log book and I opened it up and literally the page. I opened it to. There's maybe thirty names to page. And I read down them and there he was at the bottom of the first page. A healthcare worker at this clinic had secured. The young man's knife wounds a failure knew what she had to do. And the most difficult part of these investigations come when you need to tell the clinicians and all of the staff who work in these healthcare facilities that someone with a Bola entered the facility And I remember how nervous the individual was when I told him that the person he he suchart had been positive for a Bulla at the time. It's hard to imagine what he was going through. Can you recall what you told him? And what he said We were standing in the hallway and I told him That there's no easy way to tell anybody this and so we just Told him very matter of factly and that we needed to maintain daily contact and monitoring with him Coming in for treatment the moment that you have symptoms and the reason I remember this so clearly as that he didn't do that he was very reluctant to go to an Ebola treatment unit. The healthcare worker refused to be quarantined. He insisted he'd followed all safety procedures as he bandaged. The young man's wounds he told a Thalia he'd get in touch if you started to have any symptoms if there was a reason the healthcare worker had refused to come into any Bala treatment unit. It had to do with a lack of trust in the system. In fact the more alien francs saw the more. They realized that Ebola wasn't the only enemy were fighting in Monrovia. They were dealing with an epidemic of mistrust after a long history of civil war and corruption. A lot of people in Liberia simply didn't trust the government or international organizations when he boola broke out the government's first response was to try and control it using coercion cordoning off. Sections of towns created paddock. The government had attempted involuntary quarantine and they had a really bad experience in the slums of Monrovia. And so we talked about you know. Is this a viable strategy? We all agreed. No we can't use involuntary Corentin. This is not something that's going to build trust and community. It's not a way to manage. She outbreak people also worried that if they did go into quarantine they would never come out at. Thalia pointed to the construction of one of the largest ebola treatment units in Liberia and it was chaotic and difficult and they built it all and they forgot to put an accident They didn't build an exit because we weren't thinking about survivors at that time. And although this was many months later many people understandably so thought that going to and Bola Treatment Unit meant that you will not come home dealing with mistrust. The public health officials knew was central as they began to trace. All the leads of this complex case as a failure had been tracking down the healthcare worker. Frank had been pursuing a different strand of the investigation tracking down. The members of the young man's gang tips was a community that was not on the best terms with government. You know they were very suspicious of government so it really is a trust building exercise to go into this community to piece together all these pieces of the story. Very quickly fracking. A Thalia realized they were in over their heads. They needed help. So when we did the investigation I went with this. Liberian fantastic librarian epidemiologists or name. Kefala Moussaka Falah Masuko p Fella as a Liberian Moussaka follow understood things far better than the Americans he also understood the horrors of Ebola firsthand. The disease had killed his sister Mazurkas. First Order of business was to help track down the young men and the gang surprisingly the weren't hard to find but they were scared. Scared that the police who was still investigating the case as a homicide would arrest them for their role in the knife fight. The police wanted to go in. However if we allow the police to go in the against a war escape and we'll have pretty close to terrify young men who are high risk contact on the loose. This is similar to what happened and panic in the streets. Wait a minute wait. Wait for what somebody else to die from suggest it? The arrest Moussaka says. Frank sat down with the police. He told them that any investigation of the mater with Santa Gang members into hiding and potentially spaghetti bowl a further. This you allow the bulletin to go in and you can have the content and the police agreed and the police rude arrest unless I we went into the goose. It and this everyone told us is what allowed public health officials. Just talking to the young men and the gang so to recap public. Health officials had tracked down the healthcare worker who treated the young man and identified all the people they could tell. The young man had come into contact with the quickly found themselves staring at a growing whip. There were three important strands forest. The young men in the gang would have to be persuaded to enter an Ebola Quarantine Facility for twenty one days second. There was a woman running a drug house who was connected to the gang. Gang members were in and out of our home. All the time. Most worrisome. The public health officials heard the woman was sick and they thought that she might have you. Bola had diarrhea for two days and she was getting sick. Finally there was one member of the gang. They not track down during the fight. This man had held down the stabbing victim as the blades came out and the blood splattered and now franken others found. He'd run away. Oh what was his name. His name ironically was time bomb coming up how to stop the outbreak and find Tambov..

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"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"panic" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"In one thousand nine hundred fifty before. He directed the film on the Waterfront Elia. Kazan made another dramatic thriller. A movie called panic in the streets. There's a reason you probably haven't heard of it. It isn't a great movie. Herewith recorded is the story of silence. Savage menace the events incidents and emotions of the people who wanNA party who found time running out as they looked into the face of mortal peril defend tells the fictional story of a murder in New Orleans. When the police investigate they find the victim suffered from a deadly infectious disease aversion of the plague public health officials believe the killers may have contracted the disease as the carried? The victim's body away what follows is a race to track down the criminals and Halton epidemic a collision of law enforcement and public health killer is incubating pneumonic plague. You can spreading it within forty eight hours. Forty eight hours yes. We have forty eight shortly after that to lead the MAKINGS ABOUT FM. Today on the show we have a story. Where Life Imitates Art? It's a story about disease and panic. But it's also a story about psychology to control an epidemic takes more than medical skill. It requires an understanding of human behavior and the forces that drive people to act in certain ways support for this program comes from Virgo. Going away for a family vacation doesn't always mean long travel. Avoid the typical hustle and bustle of travel and find a great vacation home close to Home Family. Vacations start with Virgo. Download the APP THAT'S VR B. O. Support also comes from. Tiaa committed to the idea that while most things in life run out from clean shirts in the morning to a favorite dessert at night. Lifetime income in retirement shouldn't learn more at Tiaa dot org slash. Never run out. Our story starts in Monrovia. The capital of Liberia. A deadly crisis was sparking fear. News reports were filled with dramatic language and catastrophic warnings. The Abol of virus is back that an ebola breakout in west. Africa is quote totally out of control. A catastrophe is unfolding the world's deadliest outbreak of Ebola highly infectious quick to kill with no vaccine and no cure. Dearborn outbreak reached its peak in the of two thousand fourteen. By the end of the year. It was subsiding but then in early twenty fifteen in a poor part of Monrovia. There was a new outbreak or cluster and it led to the complex case. We're focusing on today. I got a call from someone who said if your passport isn't in my office in the next two hours. You won't make your flight till Iberia. Thalia Christie is an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and prevention or CDC. She flew to Monrovia to help track and stop the outbreak. Lots of CDC officials joined her like Frank. Mahoney people were scared. It was crisis you could drive to the to the city and see people that were being left out on the street and you know for people to come pick them up Franken. Athenian told me how the case we're following today started police in Monrovia discovered a body in a warehouse. A young man dead with multiple stab wounds. Police were called in Swab was taken as mandated by the official policy. That any dead body be swabbed so even though the police who arrived there initially thought they were investigating a murder they did follow the procedures and half the bodies swabbed at which point we were alerted because the test came back positive positive for Ebola. Once police identified the youth. They quickly realized they had a major problem on their hands. It turned out the young man was actually part of a large street gang. Yeah with like a gang. One of them whatever reason he got stabbed by other members of the group as we understand it there was a knife fight and we're not quite sure how it happened but the the friend turned on him just review a young contracts Bola. He gets in a fight and stabbed repeatedly by fellow members of his gang. Ebola remember is highly contagious. Come into contact with an infected person sweat or blood and you could fall sick to the gang. Had as many as thirty five members each had connections far and wide across the city..

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"panic" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"panic" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"So that if I was in danger, I could fight or flee from that. It's called the fight flight response by logically to just telling yourself that it's helpful because then as your brain senses that you're not really in danger just passes on its own. So the more you try to escape or avoid it. It actually make your brain think you're actually in your. So it's better not to do that. There are other tips as well that they could do. So for example, in that moment thinking to yourself. I'm not going to run away. I'm not gonna fight. Just gonna sit here tolerate it. And then after that, or you know, let's say generally approach anxiety learning sort of meditative, breathing or slow breathing exercises can help regulate your oxygen and carbon dioxide in general, but trying to do it in the middle of a panic attack is not helpful because you really just you can't really stop a panic attack once start to just it's sort of because it also confirms to you have rain that you're in danger. So it doesn't work, and it's not helpful for the long-term though. It's really best to just let it just go and tell yourself that you're going to be okay. What about long-term options in long term treatment? What advice you give to people who are thinking to themselves? Okay. I know now what to do maybe in the moment. But what can I do long-term other than just addressing the issue? Head on do I need to seek medical and professional help. Yeah. You know? I would say that. If you've never had a panic. Attack before. And just the first time you're having it. It's certainly worth it to Goudie. Oh, internist, you know, and just get you get checked out because the most common reason common. Other reason why you might be having responses like that is maybe you have some thyroid conditions. So it's unlikely, but it's still worth it. Because young women who, you know, panic attacks usually begin in early twenties, but women, you know, between twenty and twenty four and it's not the same Endo and suffer from them. But generally people get them about that age. It's the most common thing would be thyroid. So go get it ruled out. But what tends to happen is people who have panic attacks are, you know, sane and rational, and they know something is wrong so often when they go to a doctor, and they tell them that they're medically fine. Then they don't feel fine. So the next thing is to definitely come to a mental health specialist to somebody who specializes not just in. Therapy. But somebody who actually specializes the treatment of panic disorder. So the type of therapy that you want to seek for this is called cognitive behavior therapy. And so, you know, once your doctor has ruled out the physical basis of panic attacks. It's really not good to keep going back and getting unnecessary medical tests over and over again, which people with panic tend to do so cognitive behavior therapy or the acronym CBT has been shown to be very effective in treating panic disorder and a phobia. So what the treatment would involve is people are really educated as kinda quick you, and I are talking about but more detail about what panic attacks. Are we actually go through, you know, the biological basis for it the pollution airy basis for it? We actually go into teaching them why this fight flight responses occurring, even though they're not a danger and basically after that educational period. They really, you know are trained to examine the way they're thinking in the moment and to change their thoughts. So these thoughts that come over them that tell them that they're going to die or go. Crazy. You're lose control. Our ironically, making the panic attacks worse. So we teach them ways to innocent rewire their brain. So that it teaches their brains, and they're not endanger not just sort of insight. You know in the office. But it teaches them how to talk to themselves differently in the moment. So that way the brain gets the message. Wow. You know, she is not a danger right now. So I think that's really about take some time. So of teach those exercises and to use them in development at after that, we do teach them, you know, to breathing exercises ways to reduce physical tension..

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"panic" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"panic" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"But do you know what brought on this panic attack? It's a lot of stress. There's a lot of it's very stressful. Having Michelle at my house, and it's very stressful. Having to do a podcast, and it's very stressful. Having to talk about trying to hold everything together and keep everything is your heart. Just palpitation like crazy right now. I don't think it's palpitation is beating it's pounding. Are you sweating are you having shortness of breath? Are you are you feel like you're being smothered? Yes. I know. This is a very terrifying. Experience for you. How often do you have? Panic attacks couple of times a week. Are they all the same? No. I mean, nothing's all the same. Things are just not the same. Look what's going on with your arm that you're showing me right now is your hands shaking so much. You just can't keep your hands. Still. There's there's but look at all the ear changing colors. We could all the sweat. I all the sweat 'cause you're so hot you're overheated. No, I I don't I don't think it's overheated. I think it's I what's the best case scenario that you think would help you right now going to bed watching more TV hanging out with your dog. I usually just eat a lot of salty like peanuts or pretzels because they just the sensation in my mouth feels better. And the crunching distracts me, I don't know if that makes sense that just feels good. So this panic attack is brought on by stress by me being here. We have to record a lot of podcasts over tomorrow with me over tomorrow on your other podcast for the sex. Central show is just a lot of things to do. And it all kind of attacked you at once. And you're just just kind of losing it in a sense. Just what brought it all on any like anything said or anything was an external factor, or do you think it was all internal? No, I don't think anybody did anything wrong. I think this is just my life your life for the rest of your life. You think will be like this? Do you have a fast acting anti anxiety pill that you take ever? Yes. Have you taken it? No. Will you be taking it after recess recording? Probably. Are you scared right now? I'm not scared. I don't think anybody's going to hurt me. I don't think that you're going to hurt me. I don't think I I don't I I don't have the words to describe. I think the reality of my life. Nobody's gonna believe anything. What are you trying to say what you're trying to say? We got. No, I just I think that this is I think that anybody listening to this is gonna think that some sort of bullshit stunt. I don't think that it's I just I I'm panic attacks can be brought on by anything. Nobody's gonna think that it's a stunt. Nobody is going to think that you're lying panic attacks just happened. And even though we come on this podcast all the time. And we talk and banter, and we have fun while we talk about mental health and mental illness. People don't always understand that. Yes, we are mentally ill. And we do go through these things. So it is really good when we share. You know, our stories of when we're doing well. But also when we're not doing well, and why this happens and just be know. Instead of you know, we we call ourselves recovered. But yet these things still happen to us in you know, mental illness doesn't just go away. Just because we take medicine you don't symptoms. Don't just go away. They can still appear they can still really affect us. They can just change the way our thoughts are going. They can attack you just Pantex just attack people within minutes, and I've never seen you act like this ever if you think that people are thinking, this is a stunt. What would you say to someone who says like like, oh gay, but you're not having a panic attack? Why don't you just come down like panic attacks and little girls for me panic attacks or for little girls?.

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"panic" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"panic" Discussed on Slate Money

"Let's start with this movie is cool panic, and it's an I watched it on HBO, and it was produced by Rangel, and it is something to do with vice and there are many brands going on here, and you manage to get lots of important people on the telly to talk about the financial crisis. That is all true. Yeah. I mean, basically this came about because vice has a agreement HBO we produce a nightly newscast for them, and we also pretty specials for them and about a year ago. Richard pup ler who is the CEO of HBO had this idea largely motivated in a good old fashioned sort of sense of duty to engage HBO with people in complicated ideas. He wanted to talk about the financial crisis. You need the ten year anniversary is coming up. Obviously there would be no other journalism about the ten year anniversary crisis. So I found myself sitting in a room with Richard Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson member Nike and discuss as you do as it was Tuesday. So we just sort of sat down and talked about what it would be how it can work. It was a very interesting and often quite contentious conversation. I will say that the three of them both wanted to talk about the decisions that they had made to defend some of those decisions to refer. On those decisions, but also had parameters around them. And as any good journalist. My job was to provoke all of those parameters knocked them down. Discover where the where they felt very strongly where they didn't. And I think that of the three there is not an even distribution of eagerness around this project, so white. Yes. So tell me the fessing in terms of the contentiousness of the discussion was that any? Contentiousness between them what they unified late. No. I think there was there were there were differences. There are certainly differences of opinion. Although they came together and were recruited as one I think that Hank, you know, their their roles in their arguments were very consistent with how they performed ten years ago. Hank was very much out in front and said, let's revisit this. Even though it gives me nightmares. Let's talk about it. Let's figure it out. Let's make sure people understand why we made the decisions we made Tim was very much a little bit more recessive wanted to talk through each one of the knits that Hank was willing to pick. And Ben was really exceedingly careful as you would expect of your fed chairman to the point that, you know, he was why would you wanna talk about Trump and Steve Bennett? And I said, well, you can't talk about the financial crisis without talking about populism, and what it's raw and only now ten years later part of the reason to do this to actually look back. See everything that's cascaded. And he and I got into very heated argument about whether that was a fictitious argument. Whether I was making things up whether it was real his his case, which is obviously rooted in some academic thought, he's not a dumb guy is that you don't attribute the financial crisis directly to the rise of Donald Trump because there have been things going on in the American economy for decades that precedes it in a quality for credit all those things. And that he thought I was trying to simplify it. I told him I'm not at all trying to simplify it. I'm trying to provoke from him the answer he would give to an audience. And so it was very productive. But also, I exited that meeting thinking, well, this isn't going to happen that was unpleasant for them. And that's part of my job. But they don't need to do it gradually all got on the same page, we recruited a director. And I think Richard's initial impulse which you know, obviously, we call it the untold story because you have to call things something. But the it was pretty much the toll story. Well, it depends. It was. Not told by all of those people in the same way simultaneously at the same time on the record. And there is something to be said for ten years later. George Bush towns a lot different. Yes. He's much more candidate. It was hearing from him on the record about the crisis was something. I hadn't had. Yeah. Look, even Obama who is protecting thirty million dollar book asset came clean in ways that I hadn't really expected him to particularly around this sort of famous cabinet meeting with John McCain..

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"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

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"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

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"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

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"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

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"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

indianapolis football frank reich gruden dan nfl hanoi
"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"panic" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go vote but he's an offense of coach she's of quarterbacks coach very similar to what frank reich over there in the indianapolis now with gruden his excitement his energy it's almost like car has that same youthful exuberance for the game also when you see him talk when you see how much he loves the play the quarterback position i think him in gruden are going to be a perfect match i drag out that button way we may not need it i don't know but let's get it get a panic ipatiev the you're just in case this isn't just just in case no because you never know here's what i'll say we know that gruden while in the broadcast booth and still involved in football has been out of the locker room for quite some time he's got a different style we got younger players who teddy and i've talked about see the world differently which is okay that's what happens grew this style can relate to younger players are we panicked are we patient we will let dan start they start and we got glen haege oh oh wow wow telomeres long time we're just generational nfl planners no no not as a college guys in the morning i'm not saying you can't do it obviously he's very talented and and a great motivator but see the world differently this generation it sees the world like this this is how this generation of flare sees the world right and it started so can you get them to look up and i think that that's something that someone going back into coaching after this length of time must spend some time on how am i going to engage this this group of players that is different than the one i may have remembered coach not only engage time but there is a different ideas or word entitled us too strong and it sounds negative but there is a sort of a different perspective from younger players and you know sort of what we saw sort of old school if you will hawker you panicked or patient when it comes to this oh we're going to hanoi.

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