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"rolf" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Some of the grease or grit off so you can move on to something else Perhaps give you a little bit of peace of mind before you do things like prepare food or put your contacts in But lately it is of course has been stressed how essential it is Via handwashing in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 All right so let's talk about soaps Soap is of course a human invention but did we ever get by without it I mean it's hard for us to imagine life without soap especially now because it aids us in the cleaning of our bodies It also helps us via detergents and the cleaning of our garments We use soaps to clean objects and surfaces as well It helps maintain basic hygiene It prevents the spread of disease and it can also impart a pleasing odor What's not to love about soap and how on earth can we get by without it Now obviously we can look to the animal world for plenty of examples But a few common examples do tell us a lot Birds for instance clean themselves with their beaks and they use water or dust debate themselves Cats dogs and cows are frequent examples of animals that look themselves to clean themselves And let's consider a few terms to put things in perspective as well We're talking about grooming which is a comfort behavior that is the practice of cleaning the body surface including the cleaning and oiling of feathers with the bill or of the hair with the tongue And there are a few broad categories here There's first of all auto grooming That is an animal's grooming of itself And ultimately that's what's going on when you take a shower in the morning or in the evening or whenever you're both you know go out There's also all a grooming which is an animal's grooming of another for parental or social reasons Yeah and one thing that's very interesting is the array of social dynamics that seem to take place through grooming behaviors like say primate grooming behaviors where primates will sometimes pick pick little knits and bits and bugs out of each other's hair as a way to manage and mediate social bonds within groups Yeah it becomes a part of this society for creatures like that infrastructure just like us So all of this amounts to a general physical removal of particles scraped away picked away washed away and there may be bacteria sidle properties as well Particularly you'll see there's some studies about saliva and to what degree they may be able to kill bacteria But this basic removal can deal with everything from sand and dirt to dead skin cells loose hairs loose feathers and like you mentioned actual exo parasites And of course in cleansing oneself it's helpful to use nails and claws and beaks and all these various bio tools that we've already mentioned But in dealing with humans and dealing with homo sapiens and some of the homo sapiens closest Ken we of course have to get into tool use We get into the techno history of the situation here And one of the sources I was looking at for this episode was soaps from the Phoenicians to the 20th century a historical review by Rolf at all came out in 1996 They point out a few key examples from quote the pre soap era This is an area you might think of is the squeegee era You know where we did have some tools We probably were interested in cleaning ourselves but we didn't have soap yet So what can you do Maybe you can kind of squeegee your skin with a little bit of abrasive action Yeah And indeed neolithic people apparently used Flint scrapers to clean themselves A basic way to remove dirt grime dead skin cells Why depend on just those I'm guessing horrid fingernails that you have during the neolithic period When you can also start using some tools using tools to scrape other things you need a good scraping as well So grab some Flint and get in there Now I really hope that they were not using the same hand axes by faces or pieces of Flint to process animal carcasses and then to scrape their own skin clean But I have to guess there probably was a bit of crossover Yeah it seems inevitable doesn't it But so the use of a kind of a bit of mechanical leverage some scraping with a tool did not stop with neolithic Stone Age people This actually did continue into classical civilizations like the Romans did something similar.
"rolf" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"13. And he had no memory of the accident in which he was disabled and his body remembered it. I mean, he talks about body memory. It's the same thing you say, this imprint that trauma has not just on your mind and the other thing that he's doing recently is actually working with veterans and also working with young women with suffering from anorexia. And understanding also that although that seems to be so much an obsession with the body, they are really in a traumatic relationship with their own bodies. And some of the things he was doing, which he actually did for me I did a class with him, just putting these very comforting weights, you know, on certain muscles, and you so you feel sunk into your body in a way. And I don't know. I just was thinking it has been thinking about this as I've been reading about your research. It sounds very sympathetic and very bright. Yes. These sensory experiences are feeling weights and feeling your substance feeling your substance, which is bigger than just feeling a weight on your muscles. So really feeling feeling your body move and the life inside of yourself. It's critical. And, you know, personally, for example, when people ask me so, what sort of treatment have you explored? I've always treated for every treatment that exports other people. What's the most helpful for me has been rolfing? It's been what? Rolfing, the whole thing is called after either Rolf. It's very deep tissue work where people tear your muscles from your fascia. And with the idea that at a certain moment your body comes to be contracted in a way that you're habitually hold yourself. And so your body sort of takes on a certain posture. And the idea of rolling is the key really open up all these connections and make the body flexible again in a very deep way. I had asked me as a kid. I was a very sickly as a kid. I was part of this group in the Netherlands in the final year of the war in the Netherlands during which I was born about a hundred kid died. From starvation. It was a very sick kid. And I think I carried it to my body for a long time. And racing helped me to overcome that, actually. So I know I've got a body. It became flexible. And multi potential again. And for my patients, I always recommended see somebody who helps them to really feel their body experienced their body open up to their bodies. And I refer people always to cranial cycle work or film in Christ. I think there's a very important component about becoming a healthy person. You know, but they're not that easy to find. They're still kind of around the edges. Filled in cranial circle. Isn't it strange how in western culture in a field like psychotherapy or even I see this a lot in religion? In western culture, we turned these things into these chin up experiences. We separated ourselves. So we divided ourselves I see this yoga is everywhere now, right? And people are discovering all kinds of ways as you say, they're all kinds of other ways to reunite ourselves, but it's true. Western culture is astoundingly disembodied. And a uniquely so. The way I like to say it is that we basically come from a post alcoholic culture. If you feel bad, just take a swig or take a pill, and the notion that you can do things to change the harmony inside of yourself is just not something that we teach in schools and in our culture and our churches and our religious practices. And of course, if you look at religions around the world, they always start with dancing movements.
"rolf" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Pick pick little knits and bits and bugs out of each other's hair as a way to manage and mediate social bonds within groups Yeah it becomes a part of this society for creatures like that infra creatures like us So all of this amounts to a general physical removal of particles Scraped away picked away washed away and there may be bacteria sidle properties as well Particularly you see there's something studies about saliva into what degree they may be able to kill bacteria But this basic removal can deal with everything from sand and dirt to dead skin cells loose hairs loose feathers and like you mentioned actual sites And of course in cleansing oneself it's helpful to use nails and claws and beaks and all these various bio tools that we've already mentioned But in dealing with humans and dealing with homo sapiens and some of the homo sapiens closest Ken we of course have to get into tool use We get into the techno history of the situation here And one of the sources I was looking at for this episode was soaps from the Phoenicians to the 20th century a historical review by Rolf at all came out in 1996 They point out a few key examples from quote the pre soap era This is an area you might think of is the squeegee era You know where we did have some tools We probably were interested in cleaning ourselves but we didn't have soap yet So what can you do Maybe you can kind of squeegee your skin with a little bit of abrasive action Yeah And indeed neolithic people apparently used Flint scrapers to clean themselves A basic way to remove dirt grime dead skin cells Why depend on just those I'm guessing horrid fingernails that you have during the neolithic period When you can also start using some tools using tools to scrape other things you need a good scraping as well So grab some Flint and get in there Now I really hope that they were not using the same hand axes by faces or pieces of Flint to process animal carcasses and then to scrape their own skin clean but I have to guess they're probably was a bit a crossover Yeah it seems inevitable doesn't it But so the use of a kind of a bit of mechanical leverage some scraping with a tool did not stop with neolithic Stone Age people This actually did continue into classical civilizations like the Romans did something similar Yeah before the age of pliny in the first century CE the Greeks and Romans depended on what they had vapor baths They had been extravagant bath system for sure but also they would scrub and scrape the skin with a strigil or skin scraper made of bone ivory or metal It basically what it sounds like You get the skin itself nice and moist from a bath or perhaps via the application of an oil And then you can start scraping away and remove that outer layer of grime dead skin et cetera I guess some people still use something like this to cleanse themselves I mean in terms of just dealing with our skin I mean I know for instance that just going to the YMCA I'll hear some of the older gentlemen in the locker room They would talk of ways that they would deal with the thickened calluses on their feet And some of the sometimes bad advice they would give each other would involve essentially scraping away the skin.
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"I know what i don't know in to be more conscious and aware country interests in aware of my use of that word to thank you for that. Appreciate your time here. Seems like you're getting a phone call anyway. Thank you very much. I really appreciate that. We could slug report these topics because i consider them really very important. I said thank you for coming and until we meet again say well for steel that. Ralph sadler folks. book is science and beyond Let me get the extra cowboy Science to be on toward greatest sanity through science art and spirituality it's available at his website. Ralph sadler dot com And i hope you check it out. Link is in description I love to hear your comments and thoughts about this program. What is a what. What are your big takeaways from this. I mean. I didn't get to list all those misconceptions but i think he got an idea for some of the misconceptions about science and to me I share his lack of Of optimism but also a desire to be more hopeful about this things and hope hope we will find some way at this point where n. Again humility is this is my big takeaway from humility is the key to Bridging this gap but introducing humility is. Not it's not as easily as you know telling. Students be humble be humble. It doesn't work that way. You melody is something that unfortunately as i kind of alluded to wrap this up and be done with the program here but when you seventeen thinking no at all and so humility only comes Through age in time in experience and realizing what a fool you were to believe That you know it all and so It's a hard thing to introduce into a discipline like science because you can't teach it can't teach humility. You can't teach to be humble a has to work itself into your bloodstream. So somehow that's my take away from it again info.
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"It's it's seventeen to thirty year olds are are are rubbing this book and then i would have some optimism for the pizza but i think seventeen to thirty year olds are on tick-tock watching one minute videos all day long could care less about tonight glance and that's my fears like you know. I guess but i could be optimistic if if you know if more people really look at signs what it is about in the in get beyond these misconceptions and also realized that science cannot give us the absolute complete through spot that we also have to go beyond science and look at a philosophy the system. They gave us the autists in the end spiritual masters and if he if he can get all of that together then then i would. I will be quite optimistic. Because then i think we will develop a a healthier insane on society. But there's still a lot to do. In this respect i agree. I you know. I think part of the biggest challenges we we we are born with the need to know absolute truth a want and desire so bad that we wanna know what comes after this where we wanna know what came before this will we. A for the uncertainty of it gives a sphere and makes us for eighty and and and that kind of stuff so there is this desire a need to one absolute shoes and when we don't get them We become like a an infant or toddler who doesn't get their way we become very We wanna know absolute truth. Yob the i think education plays a very important role there because If if people are eight. Uk did Miss this idea that there is the absolute truth and also educated. They've you of science or their religion or their philosophy is the absolute truth. Then i think we have a problem so i think released from early. On in childhood an education that emphasizes the need of openness of humbleness affixed facility and the eventual change a lot. I think yeah. I i agree with you. That that would help a tremendously..
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"This has often been overlooked in this cooperation in in society. So you see depending on where you stand politically or in terms of values right this. This may have an influence on science in historically. This has had an influence on science. Wow interesting stuff. So yeah philosophy Can can definitely have an influence there on and i think we at the root of always when we're talking about science we're talking about scientists who are engaged in this and they are human and flawed and just like all of us and can be subject to common y- human frailties like. I don't wanna be proven wrong. I wanna be the one who's right and so that can lead to Us putting on blinders because the worst thing in well especially if you're super smart. The worst thing in the world is for somebody to prove you wrong on something to find that you you you had it wrong. It's humiliating and it's depressing and you and if you base your whole identity yourself worth on how smart you are in having the answers and then somebody brings up something that even slightly points a question at whether you're wrong you're going to get defensive right. Yes but again. I think we have to be humble. But scientists often often hesitant powell drive and they want to promulgate their views and even if there are if there's evidence for contradictory ideas they they don't like that they sometimes even suppressed that and this is something we also have seen during this pandemic have been scientists Who who contradicted the official narrative and they contradicted on the basis of evidence of good evidence and some of these scientists professors at some of the best universities in the united states extent than however and so on but they have not been listened to there has been no dialogue there the the the those who followed the official narrative that was also supported by politicians. They are in power in a directed. What was what we doing in the up to the present time so this is something that is of great concern to me. As a science. I think needs style lock and scientists do not always agree i mean they sometimes have very contradictory evidence and i think they should get together and talk about this and then come to some may be a more comprehensive view that that comprises these contradictions and so on. That's something i. I didn't see so much happening during this pan-demic and i think that plaza that the disadvantage and I think that led to a lot of unnecessary suffering. In my opinion a night. I agree but i. I'm not so sure that i would agree..
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"That's that's often not appreciated because of you see bambi abstract. We can't do it in different ways and so people often grohl. They have one view. Someone else has another view who is right but actually when you look at it as he did well it just means that they have selected different aspects of reality and therefore they they amend each other. They don't contradict each other. They complement each other and a very good example of that is in in quantum physics before random physics. The controversy was is essentially a way phenomenon or consists of pouty goals and then needed spoil. The quantum physicists came along and showed that it depends how you look at it if they did it benefits as particles if you'll get it at another way. It manifests as as waves. So these two views complement each other. And i think to me. Complementarity is a very important concept that applies not only to physics but to everything because we often quarrel who is right right and when you have close look at it you could you can see that. There may be a partial tourist in each of them and so take. That together is more than just looking at one. So complementarity can also can lead to more tolerance and cantey can lead to produce and to me. It's a very important concept But yeah i agree but in order for that to happen you have to be open mindedly listening because if you close your mind you You attach emotion to your Whatever outcome you believe in it at the moment you stop listening to other ideas about it. That's when it there is no complementary. It's all it's all you know. Anti antagonistic But just to illustrate the point that you started out there.
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Also this feeling of oneness which is objectively demonstrated in science. So i'd say they're a convergence of very important conventions and this differs somewhat from religion. Many religions that have strict dope. Mind out locked into dhaka at rich rich richer. Of course a can also illuminate something but which which is somewhat restrictive and not open to change necessarily whereas in science. I mean we. We are open to change. Sir anticipate difference. I think good good stuff to think about that. Thank you very much for that I had not heard that Probably heard it phrased differently but it didn't. It didn't resonate with me the way you just said about the the oneness being Indicative of something but I need to ask you because i had an evolutionary biologist on seventeen years old at his pete's the in evolutionary biology and i asked him which is remarkable about seventeen years old. But when i was seventeen. I thought i knew everything. And i kinda got the idea that somebody with a phd by seventeen would be sure. He knows everything so i wanted to ask them about the idea. That because part of the conflict conflict between science and face religion belief in spirituality. Any of that kind of stuff often comes down to creationism evolutionary evolution versus creationism. And i said is. Isn't it possible. Estes in men is isn't it. Possible the not mutually exclusive in other words wooden evolution and all. It's a miraculous results. Almost be an indication that there was some kind of intelligence behind the design of the evolutionary process at all. Just want to get your feedback on that question up. Is it possible. That evolution and creationism are not mutually mutually exclusive. Before answer this. I i liked when you said that renew l. Seventeen you thought you knew everything right. Save applies to me. Also i must seventy. I thought now i got everything one one thing..
"rolf" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Knowledge. I guess involves in and you can look if we want to characterize it as that certain people who are predisposed to not trust see that at and can use that as fuel for then for they distrust saying where you got it wrong last time. Why why should we believe you now. Sure but what do they have. I mean now zakho that they have a belief in beliefs. I even more questionable than evidence-based signs right on such a strong link. They have such a strong position really. Yeah let's talk about that because a lot of people will adopt a belief and then look for evidence Any evidence what whether it's really solid evidence or not but they look for ways to support that belief in. Call it evidence. That's not the way science generally works. Your you have to not have a conclusion in mind Am i correct that you don't reach your conclusion before you start looking for evidence you look for evidence to see where points to to draw conclusions from that evidence directly. Look for everything she's right. So what do you say that. Those people who use their belief system as a reason to distrust science. Well as i said i believe is something very very questionable. I mean it's l. founded. It's even more shaky then science at least scientists evidence which may change but a. What's the evidence for belief. Belief rests on weak evidence. I would say. I would say i i would tend to agree now. Now a big part of. And i'm jumping way ahead now for past art and philosophy and all that stuff to the idea of spirituality. A lot of people Confused religion with this idea of spirituality and again i'm a big fan of carl sagan's and so i if somebody asked him if he believed in god and answer took thirty minutes. Here's he said. First of all you have to. We have to have clear communication on what we mean by that because the word god can mean so many different things to so many different people and you had einstein's use award god compared to the pope's he says the word god they don't mean the same thing So that conversation it and where does science fit in in that conversation or does it at all it. It fits in sure. For example in spirituality and emphasizes very much in the connectedness in oneness. Risk the universe in science has provided much evidence for the connectedness of a ecology ecology showed us said many things which appealed separate are really connected. You throw a dt new goblin and then you find it. Independent incident antarctic right. So everything is in the connected so this interconnectedness in oneness that to me is one link between science and spirituality in that has been pointed out by number of authors. I am not the first one who is who is saying that. A but they're still in spirituality. I think there's a personal component science. Still person you know you look at things. Objectively in spirituality. There's also the personal subjective experience like renewal meditate. I mean this is a personal subjective experience which is also important. Mitch i would say is complementary to objectivity and so one can experience through meditation..
"rolf" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Here on the case. Seo Dae radio program is I get things rolling in this hour. Ross, would you check the Sherman camp? That's what we're calling our CR Skyline Cam of the city of Atlanta. The Sherman Cam, um, after famous, uh, tourist Um, William, to comes to Sherman. He visited Atlanta. Um Is it on fire yet? Let me check. Not on fire. Not on fire yet. Okay? All right now, why am I wondering if it's on fire? The city of Atlanta Civil Service Board announced that they are reinstating police officer Garrett Rolf. Was Garrett Ralph. Garrett Ralph is the police officer who in the Wendy's parking lot Or I should say the former Wendy's parking lot. They burn that too. The ground right that Wendy's That's what I thought. Ralph in another officer, were Uh, they were interacting with a man by the name of restart Brooks. On body Cam for like 20 minutes. That's really civil normal. Hey, how you doing? Chat, chat chat. Everyone's good. They're administering essentially sobriety test after receiving a phone call from the Wendys. That a man was asleep in the drive through in his car. And it was obstructing obviously, the well the drive through So they show up longer conversation go through all of that. Eventually it's time for a Breathalyzer. At the time he blows a point. He's about 1.5 times the legal limit. Everything's copasetic till they go to put him in cuffs. And in the video, you can see that Brooks is having none of it. Ends up tangling with an officer on the ground is able to get a different officers Taser and as he is Booking it out of there. He turns around with the Taser and fires it. At Ralph, who draw who shoots him. And, um They indicted him for felony murder. He's still faced about what he's still facing all of these charges. Because the prosecutor there in Atlanta is an activist, and he know we needed to do it. The mayor there she was just quoted yesterday is saying that No way they had to do it. Tonto to maintain the security of the city. Well, what you had to do and what you did do according to the review by the Civil Service board there and arguably because the point of a lawsuit that the officers lawyers already filed against the city. Is you through due process out the window, which you can't do. I'm sorry that you're going to have people who are demanding pitchforks and torches. But Because they demand you do something. If it's not constitutionally, you can't do it. So now. Those charges were still there. We predicted immediately on the show after you just were able to see everything that If they they're going to charge him and their stupid for doing it. I didn't realize you were charged with felony murder because you're just delaying the inevitable. And the inevitable is What you're seeing right here. This guy is he's gonna be allowed to go back to work now. You can't put him on the street. There is no there is no way in which Garrett Ralph that police officer Goes back to doing patrol. Because you got a first while you got activist groups that would likely follow this guy around and tell you where he is at all times to somebody recognizes him. It's znachko going to be You're not gonna be able to do that. So how they put him back to work obviously will probably be in a In a different capacity than what he did. But You're already seeing the cracks of the strategy that they used. It didn't even stop the decimation. Remember, I mentioned they burned the Wendy's to the ground, the crime the Wendy's committed by the way. Was an employee, calling the police because someone was passed out in their drive through. Just so we're clear as to why the Wendy's had to be burned. So with that in my eye, don't you The idea that you have a police officer on who is Is good to go for duty, who is also charged by the activist prosecutor. With felony murder. Charge that will never stick. Frankly, I don't know that any of those charges if you again if you watch it. I turned around and people go well, it's a Taser. A Taser used a firearm. Yes, but if you hit the officer with the Taser, they become incapacitated. What a Taser does. And at that point Dude could do whatever he wanted. He may just keep running. He may turn around and kill the police officer. You don't know. So, Yeah. So we'll get you to keep an eye out for that. I don't I don't know. I think they've successfully slow road rolled it a little this week. But once they figure out what they gonna do with Ralph, I'm sure that the Atlanta Journal Constitution will cover it and everyone will lose their crap. So we got that going for us. Um all right. Well, let's That we could stick on the justice trend here. I don't know. I can remember if we did the story initially. Did you hear the story of this? This girl down in Florida? She's 16. Who is accused of rigging. The homecoming queen election. Why you shaking your head? Who cares now? You know not. Who cares that you're doing this story like the story itself. What happened in the story? I can't believe that. Who cares? Uh, very serious. It is. How come come on, man. How dare you? Out. How dare you not understand. Yes, a Florida teenager who allegedly rigged her high school homecoming election facing 16 years in prison after authorities Decided to charge her isn't a new adult. That's what a point out the sheer irony here. So they want to give this girl 16 years? Yes, 16 years She was 16 at the time for rigging the homecoming queen election. Meanwhile,.
Atlanta Officer Who Fatally Shot Rayshard Brooks Is Reinstated
"Board reinstated the former police officer charged with shooting and killing Ray Chart Brooks, the board granting the appeal of Garrett Rolf, because the city did not give him due process. He was fired the day after shooting Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot. Someone whose time
Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks sues over firing
"Former Atlanta police officer who shot and killed a black man fleeing a sobriety check is suing the city over his firing carrot. Rolf says he was improperly dismissed without an investigation or hearing. He faces murder charges in the death of Ray Shard Brooks
"rolf" Discussed on X96
"Road in Centre Street in or, um, there's a four way stop there because the lights are malfunctioning and looks like that is about it. That's traffic. Here's Boner candidate number three You know, it's just really pretty easy to prank. The uninformed. Tiger King star, an animal activist Carol Baskin. Fell prey to a comedian's prank. And ended up wishing a happy birthday toe a high profile Australian Peter File. Listen, first of all, I'm going to also throw shade at the at the The prankster, the deejay who said, I bet I can fool or Because I just I hate practical jokes. But the founder of the Big Cats Rescue Carol basket who shot the famous Jo Exotics, nemesis on Tiger King, Blue, disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris, a kiss. In a birthday video message on cameo, the Sun reported. Hi, Rolf Harris. Now, Rolf Harris. Famous in Australia for one song, One song only that I know Time E Kangaroo Down. Hey. He was convicted of pedophilia a couple of years ago. Hi, Rolf Harris. All your kids wanted to get together and tell you you have really touched them. And they love all that you have done for them, Baskin says in the clip, and I hear there's a lot of great stories about you and your best friend Jimmy Savile continued. Apparently unaware that Jimmy Savile was an English radio personality accused of sexual abuse of hundreds of people after his death in 2011. Can't wait to hear those basket says Happy birthday, Ralph. Well, Libby's fade. They're a dangerous breed like so watch me well. Libby's fatal They get the nap Time Kangaroo down. Four time Australian.
Former Atlanta officer in Rayshard Brooks case reportedly refusing to give up evidence
"The former former Atlanta Atlanta police police officer officer who who shot shot Ray Ray Shard Shard Brooks Brooks to death. to death. They They judge judge set set bond bond for for his his release. release. While While his his cases cases panting panting Dianne Dianne Gallagher Gallagher reports. reports. There's There's evidence evidence that the that prosecution the prosecution wants wants of of what what the the evidence evidence the the prosecution prosecution wants wants from from Officer Officer Garrett Garrett Rolf, Rolf, but but he he refuses refuses to give to it give up. it up. They They have have evidence evidence that that at at the scene the scene in the in minutes the minutes after after the shooting the shooting That That the fired the fired officer officer Garrett Garrett rules rules texted texted at at least least four four other other Atlanta Atlanta police police officers officers in in those those minutes minutes after after the shooting, the shooting, and and they want they want to see to see what what those those text text messages messages said, said, But But they they said said that that Rolf Rolf has has not not given given them them the the passcode passcode to to his his phone. phone. Fulton Fulton County County Superior Superior Court Court Judge Judge Jane Jane Barwick Barwick set set a bond a bond of $500,000 of $500,000 for for Ralph, Ralph, who who is is facing facing charges charges including including felony felony murder murder as as demonstrators demonstrators
Ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks granted $500K bond
"Former Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death. They judge set bond for his release. While his cases panting Dianne Gallagher reports. There's evidence that the prosecution wants of what the evidence the prosecution wants from Officer Garrett Rolf, but he refuses to give it up. They have evidence that at the scene in the minutes after the shooting That the fired officer Garrett rules texted at least four other Atlanta police officers in those minutes after the shooting, and they want to see what those text messages said, But they said that Rolf has not given them the passcode to his phone. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Ralph, who is facing charges including felony murder as demonstrators
"rolf" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Americans the president accused Joe Biden of being under the influence of radicals running the Democrat party hours before president trump spoke to a live audience in Tulsa presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden spoke in a video feed for the virtual convention of the Democratic Party of Virginia we have to do is just be found trump to keep the house and when the United States Senate back we have to leave the liver meaningful change for people that are hurting all across this nation eighty one million dollars in campaign fundraising last month top the president's seventy four million dollar hall but trump maintains a sizeable advantage in cash on hand Atlanta police have an arrest warrant for a woman accused of burning down the Atlanta Wendy's where ray short Brooks was shot and killed by a police officer last weekend Atlanta fire investigators issuing an arrest warrant for Natalie white they say she's one of multiple people suspected of torturing that Wendy's with aerosol cans lighters and fireworks at that Wendy's hours after race R. Brooks was shot and killed by police in the restaurant parking lot now for forty one minutes Brooks in the two police officers had a cordial interaction before Brooks assaulted two officers while being arrested stolen taser and fired at officer Garrett Rolf Rolf then shot him twice in the back the district attorney said he believes Brooks did not pose a threat of causing death or serious injury to justify the shooting fox's Brian yet as of that letter America is listening to fox news did you hear the news now you can with instant.
"rolf" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The president accused Joe Biden of being under the influence of radicals running the Democrat party hours before president trump spoke to a live audience in Tulsa presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden spoke in a video feed for the virtual convention of the Democratic Party of Virginia we have to do is just be found from bed to keep the house and when the United States Senate back we have to leave the liver meaningful change for people that are hurting all across this nation eighty one million dollars in campaign fundraising last month top the president's seventy four million dollar hole but trump maintains a sizeable advantage in cash on hand Atlanta police have an arrest warrant for a woman accused of burning down the Atlanta Wendy's where ray short Brooks was shot and killed by a police officer last weekend Atlanta fire investigators issuing an arrest warrant for Natalie white they say she's one of multiple people suspected of torturing that Wendy's with aerosol cans lighters and fireworks at that Wendy's hours after race R. Brooks was shot and killed by police in the restaurant parking lot now for forty one minutes Brooks in the two police officers had a cordial interaction before Brooks assaulted two officers while being arrested stolen taser and fired at officer Garrett Rolf Rolf then shot him twice in the back the district attorney said he believes Brooks did not pose a threat of causing death or serious injury to justify the shooting fox's Brian yet as of that letter America is listening to fox news hi this is bill popular Minnesota military family foundation an army squad is made up of eight soldiers and when the squad is on patrol each soldier is dependent on each other for safety when soldiers distracted because of a financial crisis with the family back home that puts every soldier on the squad at risk the Minnesota military family foundation helps turn a bad situation.
"rolf" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Have released body camera footage that shows the shooting death of Richard Brooks by a police officer for Sanchez describes what's on the recording Rolf tries to handcuff Brooks he resists witness video shows browse into readying his taser Brooks grabs it out of his hand breaking free Brooks punches Rolf who fires his stun gun as Brooks takes off that officer has been fired authorities have arrested a Colorado men they say held to roofing company salesman at gunpoint with the knocking on doors in the neighborhood police say both sales when wearing blue polo shirts with a local moving company logo when Scott governments and force them to the ground Thursday sixty five year old gun Benson told police he thought they were members of the far left leaning group known as antifa despite increasing number of covert nineteen cases in some of its biggest cities Texas is opened up under phase three of its plan to get back to basics is restaurants now able to operate in seventy five percent capacity Anna tells in with the Texas restaurant association says as more people are being allowed to dine in the restaurants are asking for changes to menu requirements would also like to be able to sanitize menus as opposed to requiring restaurants and bars to having single use paper menus we think that that's a little bit of a lease according to two thousand sixty percent of restaurant operators say it's unlikely their business will be profitable within the next six months the Dallas and Houston.
"rolf" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Another British artist this is Steve SpaceX this is called Rolf ray I love this is in this great we'll check this out deep space it made this entire album it's called houses entirely on his phone and his iPad wow that is a mate that's all done on an iPhone and iPad yes I think that's the way a lot of song writers to do anything these days but Steve basic really has gone back to his roots on this and I read an interview with him where he said you know for the floor house music is sort of where he's most comfortable and he wanted to make an album in a completely different way than he'd ever done before and so he went and made kind of that you know back to house music and techno an album entirely on his iPhone and his iPad how cool is that that's amazing who is who is to space well you know he's a U. K. singer and producer and he's one of these guys who flies under this certain radar is close to popular I guess as he's gotten is in two thousand his band called space that had this underground hit with a song called eve which got remix by Jake delight was sampled by the roots so if you're a fan of artists like J. Dilla and routines also work with Raphael Saadiq and cutest in common and yet he's a largely unknown except to really kind of hard for electronic music fans okay well the next one that you brought us also British I'm sensing a theme here his last the song is the word woman but there is an ex instead of in a tell us about this one well Leslie who as you mentioned is from the U. K. she's an interesting one she's only twenty three years old but she sort of inspiring this new generation of electronically minded song writers and in fact Philly Irish has name checked her hasn't influencer of her sound and the funny thing is when she started as a teenager she went out touring around the world but that by you know age twenty twenty one she felt completely burned out so she took a year off before she actually made this record and I interviewed her recently and I asked her what she did in that year off and she actually volunteered with teenager she trained as a doula birth doula while she said she did a lot of swimming and there's a sort of a water running through this album and one of the things she said that really inspired as this album was a community chorus acquire she joined called the mixed up course it's people who just love to sing and she really wanted to get over some performance anxiety and doubts about herself as a songwriter and she loved joining this course I think sort of being fully charged back up she was ready to go back into the studio and kind of overcome a lot of the self doubt she had as a teenager art with the last one that you have brought us today is lonely young this is called third of Jan is this she's got a little bit Amy Winehouse well it's funny that you say that because she actually went to a performing school in London called the bridge school of the arts and the White House was a graduate of that school as was down F. kaid twigs and all of those artists Amy Winehouse I mean the first thing you think about when you think about them is just there with rich rich voices one more item about little young is she's quite young and she actually started writing music at age eleven and this song is called third of chance and she said she wrote this song the day before her birthday and we should post the video because in the video she is singing and going through her routine she gets very nervous going on stage and she sings through her routine of getting prepared to do a show and while I have you here I'm going to play you a song which I'm sure you've already heard because you're way ahead of me on all the stuff but this is the new one from Christine and the queens we're gonna cross the English Channel now from Britain to France this is Christine and the queens of French artist she just come out with a new single called people have been set you know she's got such a nice sound and and she's such an interesting person I know that you've interviewed her and either well the thing I love about her is her honesty and one of the things she and I talked about was about modeling for other young women and making them feel strong and feel that it's okay to be whoever they are and the thing I love about this on people I've been sad is you know you can also feel the way you need to feel what about you Jeremy I mean the thing that I find very interesting about her is that the song that she is maybe most famous for came out several years ago called as she described it when I saw her in concert that that was about her when she came out as pansexual that she was a little tilted which when I heard the song before knowing that I didn't realize that's what that was about but she's a very deep and interesting person we will post all of these here and now dot org were SO on Spotify NPR here and now and one half of music and let DJ and music director at.
How to Use German Volume Training
"German volume training was popularized by Rolf. A- might say his surname wrongs apologize but Rolf Feser or visa in the mid seventies and of this new process. It it was in Germany. Rolfe was then. The national coach of weightlifting missing and routine creates barrel for his athletes was re characterize by intense rigid work and restaurant ges and it produced amazing results by the one thousand nine hundred Canadian spread coach. Charles Polokwane adopted the program and professional bodybuilder. Vince Giraldo's also massive proponent of this astonished Training Charles pollock would actually window to Germany to learn from roles and in an interview with Bob End. Paul said that they were big believers out there in Germany. unroll a champion of this. In the low of repeated efforts say one of the reasons they said people don't get strong is because they simply don't do enough sets so so what is German volume training. We've already had that implies is going to be a number of sets it's also referred to as the ten sets method. I'm was often used in the off-season to help weightlifters gain lean body mass and in fact it was so efficient that lifted routinely moved up full weight class within twelve weeks so German volume will you. Training is defined by its distinctive sets and REPS SCHEME TED and sets off ten which sounds as horrible as it is honestly is horrible actually used it. It's very recently and I can show you that it hurts and to make matters worse you rest. Periods are very short sixty seconds between sets. If you're doing one main left such as the School Toro Bench press on Ninety to one hundred twenty seconds between sets if you're alternating between two movements. So how can you go about starting German volume training so you want to really begin for weight. You lift the twenty reps to failure. If you had to save more most people on most exercises that could represent about sixty percent of your one rep Max Lewd. So you'll bench pressing three hundred pounds for one Rep. You should use one hundred eighty pounds for the exercise fully for the session. Sessions won't be will start with this method. They often question its value really for the first several sets. Because I wouldn't lie. It does feel quite easy to wait. Doesn't feel heavy enough on you feel like don't get a breeze through this however could the middle respiratory in sets. It does really quickly catch up on you on your muscles almost seem to drop off on hits. It's really hard to actually to finish head Reps. And obviously you know that you might have four or five cents left there so it does definitely catch up but the body basically adopts the extraordinary stress by hypertrophy being targeted muscle fibers in the body. And honestly your your body will not be used to the volume endurance needed by your. The muscles is quite intense. It really does lead to built-up fatigue or an interesting CIDER. Though you might find. You seem to get stronger again during the eighth and ninth nine cents really and this is because of the short term neural adaptation. What you're able to do ten sets of ten with constant rest intervals? So that means you're sticking to. You're sixty seconds. You'll doing ten clean reps ten sets then you should think to increase the weight and if you're using a ball for example you might want to increase around fortified aww five percent and then repeat the process also again just emphasize you should be doing. Well executed Reps. The form should be kept strict. You know trying to force wraps APPs with bad form during any negatives or anything like that the volume of work will take had the hypertrophy of your muscles and for each Joan volume trading session. You do you should huge. Let that muscle group recover from each session because it's so intense volume body Paul. You might want to leave it full five days to recover as really does have significant impacts on your your body. Charles pollock said at the end of cycle. So once you've done a whole Joan volume training program you'll get closer to a high percentage of your one re Max because you develop more work poverty. He also says do exercise like back. Squats Lakers too inefficient exercises goblet scored. So even the leg press he found. If you're doing a high energy exercise takes a lot out of you like the squad noodling ten reps ten times. Then it's really quite significant impact on your body and it takes a lot of efforts of one on your part but if you're doing on the leg press your rate of perceived effort for example might be sixty percent of what it would be on the squat. As less of a compound compound movement using as many muscle groups have. What have the waiters on your back? So you won't do exercise that recruits a lot of motor units all the way down to the accessories unreas- German volume training is really a quite significant challenge. If you don't mind lengthy up to five days after a leg day you do want some good results. If you've hit a plateau for example simple then give German volume training ago on. Let us know how you end
"rolf" Discussed on Breaking Character
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"rolf" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
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Woman, 2 great grandchildren reportedly killed by Calf. blaze
"Your that goes smart speaker just say hey Alexa play, WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio it's an all out effort. To stop the fires and Redding California police say a seventy year old woman enter to young great, grandchildren, are confirmed. Dead amidst the raging wildfire that brings the death toll to five. At least thirty-seven thousand residents have been displaced ABC's Alec stone tells us at least five hundred buildings across more than eighty thousand acres have been destroyed there. Is no let up in the firefight it remains a tough battle here in the downtown area of. Reading it is raining ash and not just ash the big chunks. Of trees and homes that were picked up in the air as a burned. And they landed mile Miles away up, the road a bit from downtown entire neighborhoods are gone and the. Firefight continues wins a fueling the fire also pushing it away from reading a city about ninety thousand along with other populated areas nearby yet thousands remain under evacuation orders. WBZ news time four forty one we check sports on this Saturday afternoon WBZ's Chris, pharma, is, in the ace hticket dot com. Sports studio we have been this begin this one Mike at patriots training, camp first full day of full pad practices the third straight day when questions from the media received non answer answers for members of the. Team including quarterback Tom Brady who left his. Press. Conference abruptly after a question about Julian Edelman and Alex Guerrero meantime down in Vicksburg Mississippi Malcolm Butler. Recently sat down with ESPN's Cameron Rolf and. When the former patriot was asked his thoughts about what happened in. The Super Bowl last February Butler was honest about both his candor and is a vase of nece it was a it was a tough. Time learning time and Is good now move for move though so Not. Really I'm trying to flip the question Butler added that Belichick called to congratulate him and thank him for his contributions in. New England after he signed with Tennessee training camp continues for the pats tomorrow morning game three or four tonight between the SOX, and twins the two clubs have split the first two of this four. Game series Rick Porcelli will be on the mound. For Boston Jayco to Rizzi will go for Minnesota and other. Baseball news the royals played their first game without. Third baseman Mike new stock is the first of two today against, the Yankees and it's going well in the ninth Kansas City leads the bombers, by ten five. Score socks we'll have a five and a half game lead in. The east if it holds up, Chris Fava,.