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los Angeles County can't keep up with coronavirus testing demand

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

04:09 min | 4 d ago

los Angeles County can't keep up with coronavirus testing demand

"Brand. More than three million Americans have been infected with the Corona virus, and more than 130,000 have died. So that makes the U. S outbreak the worst in the world. An important part of controlling the virus is knowing who has it. And that means testing well. More than four months into this. The U. S. Is still not testing enough. About half a 1,000,000 people were tested on Monday, but experts say we should be testing a 1,000,000 people every day. It's about twice as many here in Los Angeles. It's tough to get a quick appointment and tough to get fast results. Some people say they've had to wait days for an appointment and more than a week to get their results. Colleen Shelby is a reporter at the Los Angeles Times. She's been reporting on this and she joins me now. Hi. Fine. Thank you for having me, have you? Well, According to the mayor, anyone wants to test can get a test. But is that actually actually true? That is sure. In theory, however, because of the high demand really in the past month or so, since Memorial Day. There's been so many more people that have been trying to get test, especially since officials have kind of stressed the fact that you could be asymptomatic and a super spreader. Because of the high demand. There have not been on enough slots to kind of allow for the number of people who are requesting tests. So when that was the situation seems to occur. It does seem that people who are showing symptoms who are in high risk environments who have come into contact with a known person to exposure are the priority in that queue. When you have to kind of give all of the information about your situation, and the asymptomatic people who might not be in a similar situation are the ones that may not be able to get tested first. Well, so that might encourage people Tio fudge the questionnaire and say that they have symptoms when maybe they don't It's possible. I think, In some cases, you know, I heard from people who said that they had some gyms and they were still having trouble getting tested. And really, that could be it for a variety of reasons, but mostly because when you go through the county's website that includes the city sights and the county sight, you are kind of thrown through different different programs to try to get a test results. So if you try in one area and you don't get a slot, you might not know to try somewhere else. So it's a little bit of committing some time to try to get a test. But even after that time, you might you might struck out. And when you go to a place like Dodger Stadium, you have to wait for hours. In that ideal scenario. I think it's supposed to take a relatively short amount of time because you have an appointment. You hopefully get there, you'd be able to drive through in mind situation. I got tested a few weeks back after covering the protests, and I got tested last shift on a Friday and it took me about an hour from the time I got to Dodger Stadium to get my packet for the self test. So I think again. The timing is fluctuating because I've heard from other people who have been able to get through. You know, in 10 minutes from the time they got to a location to the time they finished, so I think that what we're seeing is that there are maybe certain days that are at capacity that people are getting there on time and everything's moving along smoothly. And then there are other places where perhaps there's You know, maybe more people than the location could handle at that moment, and then the results coming back for you. They came back. Fairly quickly or not. Right. I got my results within two days, but I've heard from other people that you know, they've been told that it would take five days. They've been told that it would take seven days. I spoke with someone who got tested on Monday and was told at the site that it would probably take between 7 to 10 days for him to get those results back. So it does seem like again. That number is fluctuating Tio, which poses a bit of difficulty when you're trying to understand the true reality, the true scope of reality of this virus and the results are coming back. You know, maybe two weeks after you have potentially been

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Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

The 3:59

07:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

"With me, senior editor Shelby Brown who was a nice run down to the various streaming services out there, and why should drop each one of them? Thanks for joining me shelby. Thanks for having me again so before we get into the different services We can get the details in a bit Do you have any general suggestions for how you would approach things when you know balancing your budget with all these various streaming services because? For a lot of people, there are different shows that we like. Those shows are found on different services. So there's no. There's no one size fits all options. So, what would you suggest a folks? Generally looking at this landscape. I. Definitely examined why you want that service Aaron. What's appealing to you about that service Lake I had to stop myself from immediately subscribing to HBO. Max Number One just because of the giant explosion of publicity around it when it first came out and kind of the the foam. Oh the fear of missing out I think that can be a big drought services. Especially the new wines I can imagine. That's GONNA. Be when peacock comes out. They'll be a huge drama that 'cause It's new and attractive, but with HBO Max I wanted to subscribe to it. Because, I immediately fell in love with their classic films collection, but I have to ask myself if that's all that I am going to watch, there is always stat worth my money so i. think that that's a question that you should ask yourself before you subscribe to something Dutch. I think that's a that's a good concept to keep in. Mind is considering there are only so many hours in the day and so much time we have to watch stuff so even if in principle it's something you WanNa. have access to your right. It may not be something you'd necessarily need. so let's let's. Let's run through the different service. Let's start with the granddaddy of the mall in the one that is basically ubiquitous, and that's net flicks. It almost is it conceivable to drop athletes. Are there reasons why you'd WanNa? Drop this service on. I think that Netflix's kind've where we started with that. You know binging idea, and whether actively watching it or it's just on for background noise of course there are Netflix's originals which typically Garner a lot of buzz on social media like tiger king came out recently so mostly I think if you're not interested in staying on top of new shows, Netflix's might not be for you or watching the old classics like the Office or Parks and recreation or win. Friends was on there before Hbo Max. And, some of those shows have disappeared from Netflix so that you Kinda lose access to some of that old library. Right All right well, what about Disney plus? As simple as it sounds. I think you should access me, plus you're not into Disney or marvel. Disney plus is a mistrial Jake ride with the vaulted films and the Disney channel original movies from the late nineties early two thousands, and the Buzzword, the original shows Lake Amanda Laurean and the Star Wars films again the marvel films, but again if you're not a fan of the Disney or the marble films, you might not want to invest Disney plus. That's the thing. There could be something he said about subscribing to the services. Timed with shows. You love right like what we know. The mental Lawrence coming back with. Subscribe to it for Laurie Withdraw Fortunately for one of the for these services, there are like cancellation fees. It's not as sticky as it used to be with cable service. You can hop on hop off and that's that that's a good benefit. You can sort of time out if you really want to be strategic about it. These different services right and we've seen those trends win. Game of thrones was on with with HBO. We would see the spike in the viewership. Go up right before the season started, and then we would see plummet after this season would go off so. That and as transition HBO match what? Why would you WANNA keep. Why would you WANNA trump? Hbo Max Hbo Max Really came out swinging at lines with a huge catalog. Of TV shows movies. Its price is on the higher side though compared to other services. It's fifteen dollars a month. so I win necessarily invest in Matt if you're looking for more budget, friendly option an. An Hbo Max Might Not Be the one that you want to subscribe to. Because you can't stream HDR, yet or on Roku or Amazon devices, but it's still new, so that could change in a couple of months or next year. The Amazon Prime Video Amazon. Prime video is kind of a two for one because you get the discount with ecommerce site as well. The platform more centered around movies that you can rent by watch for free but the service definitely puts a focus on its original shows like flea, bad marvelous Mazel and modern love, so if you're more fan of mainstream TV shows, you might WanNa drop trends at you. This is like the one that is kind of default to your point. Right like I am a prime member because I did the shipping services and the videos Kevin Extra. About who is probably one of the more pure play, TB streaming services out there I. who if you don't care about keeping up with? The current mainstream shows one of my favorite parts about the service is. how quickly uploads new episodes after the air on cable, but you can also get the live TV plan for fifty five dollars a month that acts like a capable replacement to watch shows in real time. A downside to that for example, if you wanted to catch up on all the seasons of Grey's anatomy, only season sixteen available on Hulu whereas all the seasons are available on Netflix, so that's kind of a catch, and then lastly apple. TV Plus Apple TV plus has a lot of original shows that were a significant drought of the service like the morning show and. You can like all your streaming services to your apple TV apple TV plus doesn't have a library of license chosen movies. It all so doesn't always release full seasons of shows at one. So, J, if none of the new shows clear interest after the fruit trial. Don't keep it. I subscribed to TV plus for the free trial and watched the servant. I thought it was really good. I'm probably will pick it back up when a second season comes out, so that's always option.

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Stamped On The Phone

Topgold Audio Clips

04:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Stamped On The Phone

"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty

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"shelby" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

06:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"shelby" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"This is Brost. Welcome to Kirk Coast cars that matter I'm here with a very interesting guests today named Chris Feodor Chris Welcome to our show. Glad to be on and on indeed though we're certainly in different parts of the country cars that matter is recorded in Los Angeles and Chris. You're east. Does that right? I'm up in the thumb area of Michigan looking at Beautiful Lake Huron well. That sounds like a great place to be right about now since most of us are enjoying the privacy of our own domus tiles. And Grand Social Experiment and for Karla vers. It's an opportunity to kind of look back on some of the car history that we cherish so much and maybe read some good books. That's a great segue to talk about your book Chris The last Shelby Cobra, my time with Carroll Shelby. Came out last year from veloce publishing, and we're just thrilled heavy hair to talk about it well. It's first book I've ever written, but I really enjoyed writing was kind of a catharsis for me. Because I've become very close with carroll shelby and started writing it when he passed away then stops, and we'll explain as we go on unusual set of circumstances at. At were very serendipitous I came up with an ending to the story so cited. Restart the book and get it all done, and we've got published late last year. Well, it's a fascinating book. The obviously one from the voice of someone who actually walked the walk and talk the talk. You've been up Detroit executive for better part of your professional life and obviously. Obviously your resume really does read like a WHO's WHO director at AMC, engineering, VP CHRYSLER PLATFORM VP four North America Product Development CEO of Saline American specialty cars just across the board. You've had a hand in so many fascinating projects, and we'd like to touch on those as we move through, but so many of the projects involved carroll. Shelby, but I have an. An obvious question Chris. What is the title mean the last shelby? Cobra seems like there were an awful lot of them. Well now about in the middle of the book, people will find out, but after I moved from Christ. Ford of the book tells how I'd already established a friendship with Carol and it seemed obvious that you're should be with Ford Motor Company. And it tells you about the trials and tribulations of actually getting forward and Carol back together, and then we started slow with a couple of projects for GT. Then we decided to do a modern shelby Cobra was called the Shelby Cobra concept. We introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in two thousand and four, and they'll caroline I had plans. We had hoped with Ford Motor Company. Do that car and put it into production. Ben Never happened. And in fact, we also had the good fortune of filming the development of vehicle with Carol from the beginning sketches all away to the introduction of the car on a show called rides. Rides that was a fascinating chapter in your book and indeed one of the best documented concepts in history. Let's talk more about that, but I guess before we do. We should kind of go back to the beginning I'd like to imagine that a lot of our listeners already know about the Carroll Shelby Story from Ms Beginning Days in racing and win with Aston Martin and Nineteen fifty-nine and up through all the great for GT versus Ferrari wars of the sixties, but what happened afterward is probably a little bit more opaque to a good deal of our audience. I think that's something you probably know more about than just about. About anybody after the last shall be branded Ford, Mustang which I guess would be the nineteen, sixty-nine, seventy, three fifty GT. Five hundred's rolled off the line. Carol didn't really have much to do with those other. Put His name on them. The story becomes much more opaque. What happened after that? Well between seventy s and let's say about the next ten years. If you think about Ford racing basically folded up shop, Carol couldn't build a new Cobra because the new safety and emission standards just made it far too challenging. Kinda got fed up headed out to Africa to big game hunting and destroyed and crop. Dusting knows what all. All else for ten years out there still coming back and forth still a and finally when he got his still on his love of Africa done, he ended up coming back to Detroit. got a call from his old buddy Lee Iacocca who was now at Chrysler. That's just the frame the context in case, some of our audience doesn't know Lee was obviously instrumental in developing the Mustang, but he was such a mover and shaker that he was basically at the helm of Chrysler by the early eighties while actually got fired by Henry Ford the second, then he ended up going over to Chrysler and Saving Chrysler Corporation. Because it was on the verge of bankruptcy, and gave Carol a call and said Hey. I'd like to take these front wheel drive K. cars. We got do something with them. I think there's a whole generation that thinks shelby started with the Cobra when there was a lot of history before that anyway started building the jail H. is and various, Dodge shelby models, and then actually by blocks who was number two dia coca? At Chrysler he wanted to do. A modern coal brought something like it because he had an autographed Cobra and basically that's where the genesis the idea for the Dodge Viper came about and Carol came on board to help convince IACOCCA that this is a good thing to do. Unfortunately Gerald didn't get too involved, but that's when I first met job because I was doing the truck V, ten engine in a I met him to show the V ten, and he was a little Leery, but I said I thought we could do aluminum block version and. Meeting my hero well as time went on, I think most people know Carolina a heart transplant, but came back just in time to drive the pace car for the indy five hundred I guess he scared the hell out of a lot of people didn't. I. Yeah, the best story was then tune I- careless, driving them around the track at two hundred and forty eight hundred fifty miles an hour, and he pretends he's having a heart attack. And then tunes terrified. He leans back in the seat grabs his chest. Van Tune doesn't know what the hell to do. And then finally..

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U.S. plans massive coronavirus vaccine testing effort to meet year-end deadline

Science Vs

11:15 min | 3 weeks ago

U.S. plans massive coronavirus vaccine testing effort to meet year-end deadline

"Tastes have been on the hunt for something that could shut this virus down and give us our lives back. A vaccine. A few months ago, there was a lot of excitement. As the very first clinical trials for the coronavirus began, it was in time. The search for coronavirus vaccine has become one of the fastest moving in history. That scenes usually take years not months to produce. This is happening warp speed. Never before hundreds of scientists are over the world and focused on the same thing at the same time creating a vaccine for covid nineteen. And more and more vaccine candidates are entering the fray. Were at the point, where around a dozen clinical trials are on the go. Hundreds of people volunteered for jab in the arm to test old kinds of different vaccines. As part of this scientists are taking some be gambles. The vaccine were looking at is incredibly modern type vaccine. It's not the traditional way building a vaccine, so we're going as fast as humanly possible. Many of them are not traditionally vaccine companies. They are using novel ideas from oncology things. They've learned treating cancer. It's never been used in a vaccine before. And if one of these gambles payoff, it could be huge, we could get a vaccine soon. The US government says that the goal is to get a vaccine to Americans by January twenty twenty one. They're calling this nation warp speed. And if it could be done, this would be unprecedented. So could we really be celebrating twenty one with Champagne and shot in the arm to fight the coronavirus? And? What would it take to make that happen? That's Today on the show. Because when it comes to getting a vaccine, it feels like this is happening at warp speed, but then there's. Science. Scientist is when on Earth Are we getting? This vaccine is coming up to stop to the break. This episode of science versus is sponsored by Phillips Sonacare the electric toothbrush that combines decades of science and engineering to master the art of brushing with sixty two thousand brushstrokes minute you've got a month's worth of brushing in just two minutes for better checkups, guaranteed or your money back visit Phillips. Dot Com slash sonacare. This episode of science versus is brought to you by AFLAC. That lovable duct does more than just say. AFLAC access a safety net when the unexpected happens by helping with the expenses. That health insurance doesn't cover. Get to know them at half dot com. Welcome back. So back in January. We had from people like Anthony Fauci that we could get a vaccine in twelve to eighteen months. That could mean early next year. And in the land of vaccines, these would be record breaking. It often takes something like ten years for a vaccine to from the lab to the doctor's office. So can we really do it? Get Out of this pandemic by January, before Santa even catches these brands. Well to get them labs. All around the world s around experimenting with different kinds of vaccines. But they all have the same goal to train our immune system to recognize and killed this coronavirus. And to do that, many vaccine developers have homed in on one thing. Progress. And northwestern told us all about it. If you think about the picture that you've seen corona virus like everywhere, and it looks like a ball with little points coming out. Those points the spike. Spike protein you know it, I, know it. It's the most famous spikes in Spike Lee and the most famous protein since. College Eddie right. This spike is so important because it's a major thing that tells our body weight this virus. It doesn't belong here. That actually is what argue system fees most readily. It sees the spike. After our meeting system sees the spike. It lends to recognize quickly. Respond to it by creating things like antibodies to fight it, and then some of those antibodies hang around so that if the virus shows up, then the virus will just be cleared away by our immune system. So that the next time we see that disease, we don't get sick in the first place, so if you making Exane, how do you get your immune system to quickly recognized this spike? Well, one way is that scientists can take rhinovirus and then make less dangerous. Say They Kill the virus most comedy vaccines are made by growing up the virus. And inactivating that virus sometimes with the chemical, sometimes the heat, and then that is then injected. An otherwise scientists can do this version of the virus. That's too weak to make you sick. And this is how we make a lot of vaccines familiar with things like the measles and chickenpox and flu vaccines. It's tried and tested. We know it can work and some companies are going this way to try to make Alka, rhinovirus vaccine. But other groups at. This meat and potatoes vaccine method they using new attack more experimental ways of building vaccine. And these experimental methods getting a ton of attention and funding right now, because governments and big. Pharma hoping they'll deliver the goods pasta. So for they use instead of giving you a whole coronavirus, these vaccines, basically using genetic material from the coronavirus, and then they're plopping that into your body. And scientists have chosen a very particular piece of genetic material spike. It's the recipe for the spike, protein. And this can come in a couple of forms. One is called. Our body will see that as a normal M Arnie and just translate into a pro team. Wow, so this. If this vaccine works, it would encourage your body to make little corona virus proteins. Yes that's that's the idea. Wow, that seems so futuristic. As as is, that's really cool right, so you're getting the body degenerate that protein for you yet, so these spike proteins that your body has made will then be floating around and the idea. Is that your immune system? We'll see it. Make antibodies send Ta. You'll have immunity. And many of the vaccines in this race, delivering this genetic material to us in different ways, so some shopping Marin into a ball of fat, so that your cells will slip up while other groups trying to smuggle in that code using get this a totally different virus one. That weren't hurt you. Is it fantasy that they've taken a different virus? And then they're like like Halloween the dressing at all like the corona virus, yes. Say. So this all sounds a little bunk is mad. The question is will it really work that is. Will these vaccines protectiveness if we get exposed to the coronavirus? Because if they don't. Like on a useless. My boss is to stay if it's just dishwater that you're not gonNA get anywhere. This is Katie Stevenson. She's a doctor working on vaccine development at Harvard and she says that one of the key ways will know if a vaccine is working is if it makes you produce antibodies. And she's looking for not just any antibodies. But neutralizing antibodies, what what is a neutralizing antibodies? So a neutralizing antibody is an antibody that binds to virus and neutralizes it. This is the dream right? Yeah, exactly right inches binds to the virus and prevent it from entering a cell. So the body sees that and just thrown in the garbage to this is what Katie is going to be looking for. In the results of all these clinical trials, and if she doesn't see these neutralizing antibodies, shelby thinking well, that was kind of done. And Katie says I dealing see a lot of these. So! What's a lot? Well you measure milk leases. Okay so I've measure milk. And you can measure antibodies titus. So one study, which looked at people who had been infected with this virus, and then recovered found the antibody. Titus tended to be at least one hundred. And when Katie's colleague vaccinated monkeys with an experimental vaccine, they found that having similar antibody Tom of one hundred protected them from getting infected. So while we're still learning a lot, he all I have been kind of looking for one one hundred. Okay, that's it's nice, poetic, great one hundred yeah! We have a handful of results that companies have released from different clinical trials, but just one paper that's published in a peer review gentle. It was from a Chinese local company who injected more than one hundred people with one of those new fandango vaccines and it was back in March. They tested three different doses. And Katie says they didn't get. This antibody tighter. Like at the highest dose averaged around Bootie for you know I was a little bit disappointed, so a little bit reserved I'm happy that it elicited an immune response because that's not a given. Sometimes, it's just zero zero zero but I would've liked to see something closer to like one hundred another company. Medina injected forty five people back in March with the vaccine, and they said that eight people had good levels of neutralizing antibodies. But they didn't tell us about the opposite in the trial. When we asked dinner about this, we didn't hear back to Katie is holding out for more info. Yeah, I just wanted to see the rest because it is immune. A- promising I'd put promising right on there. But I do not know which one of these is GonNa work if any, and that that is the actual fact truth so I try not to stray from that, and there are other FAC truths to nail down him. Even if these vaccines do make you produce produces, antibodies will still have to make absolutely short that you'll protected from the corona virus. If you do get exposed, and then if you protected, we'll have to work out how long four so you might need. More than one shot of the vaccine say a booster shot in a or so.

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Memphis Police Union Head On Calls For Reform

Weekend Edition Saturday

05:13 min | Last month

Memphis Police Union Head On Calls For Reform

"Simon Congress many cities states and countries say that they want to reform police practices but any reforms we need to go through police unions Michael Williams heads the Memphis police union and joins us now thanks very much for being with us Mr Williams good morning how are you fine thank you Sir I want to ask you about the commercial appeal newspaper there points out that the the twenty nineteen city budget called for two hundred sixty million dollars in police services but just a little over four million to housing and they suggested that maybe giving more people shelter it might be a wiser way to spend tax dollars and even bring down the crime rate how do you spell that it is it is hardly wholeheartedly I don't necessarily agree with the funding police but you know this is something I've been working on not just as a union president but as a citizen and as a native Mississippian we have started to spend too much money and economic development we've diverted too much money of course tax dollars into pilot when you live in the second most violent city in the nation which is massive aside from what happened to Mr Floyd which was working near active and there is money it's just a matter of prioritization we are not a bank we are a D. that the citizens pay their hard earned tax dollars which I am one of and we deserve to have a better amenities better core services and not necessarily spend all our money to make the rich richer well let me ask you something that might be a little tougher than than just money if I might put it as that well Kerr twenty eighteen there were reports that maybe the Tennessee bureau of investigation should be the responsible party for investigating officer related shootings officer involved shootings in Shelby County which is in Memphis would you advise your members not to submit to interviews in and give statements to the union right what a good deal everybody thinks that because you're a police officer you want to separate me from being a Christian everybody's entitled to their Fifth Amendment rights just because I'm a police officer don't necessarily mean that I give up my constitutional right and we encourage officers to give statement but if you're going to compare all day on the guild's statement and they should be covered by what we call god I can't even think of the name now well was that after I did give me a chance to follow up anyway recognizing that their citizens in every US citizen is entitled to right right not even close off incriminate yes exactly but what about the idea that of course police officers are also public servants who by the way are entrusted with sometimes lethal force and and that they ought to submit themselves for interviews the responsible parties as soon as possible in the public interest sure well that's not a problem but also you know just as any one of this country I love this country and what this country is built on no one everybody's innocent until proven guilty number two everybody is entitled to representation you know you try to paint not necessarily you but they're individuals I try to paint unions this organization we don't set policy so when they talk about reform and all that well we don't the city of Memphis state Tennessee legislator legislation base that policy we don't we just abide by the policies that they sent for now only just like any other organization that has the ability to say that we like this or don't like that but that still doesn't determine what policies are going to be set so you know I think that there's a bigger agenda at play when it comes to unions across this country everybody's represented yeah let me ask and we just got half an hour left we went about the forty eight hour waiting period before an officer accused of misconduct can be interviewed about it would you be willing to give that up in collective bargaining no because just like with anything everybody's traumatized when they go through a dramatic situation I'm a combat veteran and I definitely understand post about express disorder also understand so therefore when you start coming at an individual right after something happens you know it's just like a citizen our system has the ability to either talk or not talk and that's something that everyone continues to try to take away from of police officers that I don't think that that's right Michael Williams of the Memphis police unit thanks so much for being with us you're welcome

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | Last month

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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Struggling with Digestive Problems?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:39 min | 2 months ago

Struggling with Digestive Problems?

"I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist. With a bachelor's degree in exercise science and a masters degree in clinical nutrition and I understand that education is really important when it comes to talking about human health and nutrition. And of course I learned lots of things about nutrition and health while I was completing my master's degree. But to be honest with you as a practicing nutritionist with nutritional weight and wellness. I feel like I've learned even more so much of that. Clinical experience working with clients helping people feel their best. You know they always talk about education's great you learn lots of good things but when you're out in the real world working with people that's really where you've got to use those problem solving skills you really have to understand what is going to make a big difference here for people. We don't WanNa talk about theories we WANNA talk about action step so theresa and I are tasked this morning with talking about how those of you can change your digestive health so our topic is all things related to digestion have digestive problems. You certainly are not alone. According to a survey in the Journal of gastroenterology seventy four percent of the US population has some type of Gi symptoms and Gi gastrointestinal symptoms. That could be things like heartburn or acid reflux that could be abdominal pain or nausea. And of course that could be bloating gas diarrhea and constipation. You Know Teresa when I was in my first year of my master's program one of my professors said to me. You know if you're not comfortable asking people about their poop you're in the wrong profession. Isn't that or digestive. Problems are a common reason. People make an appointment with a traditional or a Dietitian. You know three so. I know you're busy in the office. Always but I'm sure you have clients that are in their eighties or ninety S. I'm sure you work with kids as well. You know we see that people can have digestive problems regardless of their age in fact we were talking before we came in that. There's a nutrition educator with nutritional weight and wellness who is a physical therapist and specializes in helping kids with chronic and very severe constipation. And I was KINDA SURPRISED TO LEARN. That parents are flying in all over to get help with constipation. Whether it's some some nutrition help some physical therapy help as you might imagine. Childhood Constipation is not very enjoyable for parents. Oh you feel your paying exactly so when we think about constipation. Oftentimes we're thinking about processed foods. Excess sugar were really looking at. What could be that foundation of creating that slow digestion or creating more of that painful Experience so another culprit that I think is often linked to constipation in children cheese sticks. And we're going to talk a little bit more about foods that are more challenging for the digestive tract but cheeses often constipated for both children and adults so think about the foods. Kids eat MAC and cheese pizza. Maybe snacking on crackers and cheese or those sorts of things they can be really challenging for those little belly's to digest. Yeah those are the foods that I think are very common. That kids are eating right now. Just because they're they're easy to eat first of all. I mean as far as just the mechanics of eating them right and then Yeah I mean. They're very convenient for parents to give their kids to right so parents. If you're listening you do have a child or you. As an adult or struggling with constipation or other tummy. Troubles are tasked today. Theresa and I are really hoping to address what helps with good gut health. And what may happen? If you don't have that right balance in the intestinal tract now it may surprise some of you listening to learn that your gut is even connected to your brain. We talked about that gut brain connection now. You heard her voice Joining me in studio this morning is our co host Teresa Wagner. I would say First and foremost she's a mom that's where she's spending a lot of time but we also get her a few days a week to in our offices and of course on the show so theresa you're a registered and licensed Dietitian. And how long have you been practicing? I think I've been a nutritional weight and wellness for five years. Maybe it's six. Yeah this they time flies when you're having fun so you must be fine now at one time. Teresa you and I were talking a little bit more as Nutritionists Dietitians. We experienced some of these things too. And I think you've kind of shared you've had some day just of issues before so hopefully you can kind of bring us into some of that discussion. Yes and maybe before we discuss that and before we discuss heartburn diarrhea constipation. Ibs I want to talk about how your immune function is connected to your Gut Hill. So not just the brain but also the immune system. Yes everything's connected. Isn't it approximately seventy percent of your immune system is found in your digestive system and because of Cova Nineteen? Many of us are trying to do everything. Possible in order to have good immune function Have you thought about your gut health and how it affects your immune function and I know shelby you have for the listeners out there have you made that connection. It's interesting to realize that throughout your life your immune system has been shaped by the communities of bacteria that reside in an on your body. How you were fed as a baby is a very important part digestive health And it's important for your current digestive function so how you were fed as an infant affects your current health right. Breast Milk provided for those of you who are breastfed and abundance of beneficial bacteria. And if you were breastfed you may have missed out on some of the those most protective bacteria from your intestinal track And now as a mom when I hear that I know of so many moms who tried breastfeeding and forever. Whatever reason it just didn't work out so this isn't necessarily meant to be a guilt trip but what it is or it's not at all meant to be a guilt trip but What it is just really good information for you to know for your children or you're having digestive issues Or the prevention of digestive issues or chronic illnesses right and there's also really good information for us as adults who maybe when we were being raised or when our parents were feeding us that it wasn't maybe breastfeeding wasn't in vogue at the time or our mothers weren't able to breastfeed at that time just as good information to have. I agree and I often tell people you know. I know I wasn't breastfed as a baby. And when I talked to some of my clients and ask them. It's it's an interesting reaction they while I had never thought of that. Does that really affect my immune system or you know that sort of stuff now and I tell them well you know. We can't travel back in the past and we're not going to blame and shame mom for what she didn't know at the time but that also gives like for me personally. That gave me really good reason to focus on reestablishing that good bacteria. Because I know I wasn't exposed to that beneficial bacteria through breast milk. Yeah good information right Some babies who are breastfed have a higher proportion of that beneficial bacteria that protects them against pathogens Certain diseases are often linked to an unhealthy. Good which may not contain adequate levels of that beneficial bacteria that bacteria. That's crucial for good digestion. Which we're talking about today exactly and in fact Teresa when we're talking about bacteria we're starting to see the bad bacteria has been connected as one of the primary causes of ulcers specifically those peptic ulcers. So yes I said bad. Bacteria causes ulcers not stress and not spicy foods for one hundred years or more Doctors and researchers believed that ulcers were related to stress and spicy foods. You know but it wasn't until two thousand five that Nobel Prize winners in medicine Dr Barry Marshall and Dr Robin Warren made that connection between ulcers and a type of bacteria called heliotrope actor Pylori. Sometimes you guys have heard of that as H. Pylori

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10 Least Likely and Weird Race Cars of All Time

CarStuff

09:00 min | 3 months ago

10 Least Likely and Weird Race Cars of All Time

"Welcome to car stuff. I'm your host Scott Benjamin and join by Kirk Garin producer. Show as well right Kurt. Or that's right. She doing double duty again today. I think we've got a topic that both of us can. We'll probably have a lot to talk about. I think There's there's ten really unusual unlikely weird strange. Whatever you WANNA call them race cars and there's been a list compiled of course lists all over the place. This is one list I should say there's been a list compiled by a A place called driving line dot com and they had an unusual like I different one from others that I've seen which I thought was intriguing so I chose that one to kind of follow along with and then I think we're going to add our own notes because there's not a whole lot of material On each page you know. It's kind of like one of those It's like a slide show almost really when you look at it online you know below. Each photo is just a little bit of information but not a lot of information. So you know when When I when I saw the list thought well I can add something to this and make it really worthwhile for our audience. And you know something that they'd be interested in listening to and and maybe even dig into on their own and learning a little bit more about each one of these cars because they are unique in there are strange and wonderful an unusual and you know all all of the you know always you can describe a race car. That probably shouldn't be out there on the racecourse. Let's maybe the best way to put her. I mean what did you just? Just real quick. And we're not going to really dig into this. Yeah I got a few more things I wanNA talk to you about before we start today's episode. But when you saw this list that I sent over to you this This these ten unusual cars. Did you have any kind of initial Reaction to it? Yeah I mean the look of a lot of the cars is is unique when I looked at it. I went with no preconceived notions though and I tried to take each one in. Look at the era in which it raced. Things began to make a lot more sense. When you look at the cars in the landscape of racing at the time could have been ahead of its time in some ways right in some ways but other cars when you look at your like. I can't imagine at that at that time seeing that car on the race track. It'll be so unusual that it would be the one that would get all the attention You know even if it wasn't the pole sitter even if it wasn't the winner of the race of course or even if nothing really spectacular happened with it just the fact that it's on the track it makes it fascinating and unique in some way so I think it's a good list and and we'll definitely get to that you know. Let's get into some of these These these least likely and weird and unusual race cars as the author of this article says isn't it is Benjamin hunting and he is from. He's a writer from A site called driving line dot com. And that's the list of we're going to follow but I'd say we're going to add a lot to this list. And as Benjamin says racing gets weird sometimes they really does get unusual and strange and We all know this. We all know that you know racers. In a particular series. Whatever series it may be are all about bending the rules and especially? We've seen this especially in NASCAR right. Yeah we've seen it so many times in Nascar is so many different colorful characters and people that Just right in your face about it too. You know like like if it's not specifically immune exactly in the rulebook like that. I'm going to do it. And then you know. The next race has changed. You know. It's yeah the rules in the rule book and now you can't do that so they have to change their tactic and and it's kind of this This cat and mouse back and forth. You know play the game type thing that they do and and as fans we love to watch this we'd love to. We love to see the characters that are that are like a smoke eunuch or you know Carroll Shelby or any of those guys that were really you know just exciting to watch a J foyt. Whoever it happens to be it's just a it creates it creates characters SORTA. I mean a larger than life characters at the racetrack and one of the things that that results from. This is unusual. Car Design or car technology or just Tactics or you know whatever happens to be but these happen to be a the whole the whole like the complete package. These are unusual cars now again. Some of them do have just unusual technology. But along with that you know forum has to follow the function right so right This this makes You know the vehicle. Look Weird in you know. Because they're trying this new technology it makes it look unusual on the track. And that's what makes it stand out and sometimes as we said you know. These are the cars to get all the attention whether or not there on the on the pole position or win the race or don't even place at all if they make one lap. Everybody's kind of doing eye in over that one car or you know laughing at. Maybe they're laughing at it. This is on the list but a modern example of some of these types of cars will be the Delta Wing. Oh yeah that was an a sports car. Race car yeah. They're racing it anymore very unusual car. So that kind of gives you an idea if you're familiar with the Delta Wing. What we're about the dive into. Yeah if you're not take a look online I mean just do a quick Google search and you you'll be able to find the Delta wing but that is a really strange design especially I mean. Look at it next to any other car on the course at the time completely unusual. They're really strange. But that's exactly what we're talking about. And as the you know the cars as Benjamin says here you know the defy convention and a lot of cases the boundaries of good taste. And I I agree. Sometimes that's the case but you know they all have Something likeable about them as well. You know there's something about rooting for the underdog or something. You know cheering for you. Know the guy that is trying something new. Hey why not There've been again a lot of people that A lot of people that enjoy doing that. And they do so behind the The wheel of misfits like number one on our list here which is the Cadillac. Lamont Stra and I hope I'm pronouncing that right but it's a French racecar and it's a nineteen forty nine car actually Which is competing in one thousand nine hundred fifty and I'll I'll describe what's going on here but you really need to take a look at this car online you need to. You need to have an image of what we're talking about here because there is some unusual bodywork going on right definitely wind tunnel tested if for the time. That's that's pretty a pretty unique. I would imagine for road race car anyway. For any car. I think at that time. I don't think I don't think they're doing a lot of Of Wind Tunnel testing back. In that time I mean I know that you know. Of course the Wright brothers had built their you know their little wind tunnel and there were there. Were you know to test? Their designs like the tabletop version. And then later a bigger version but then and I think that you know of course there were. There were some wind tunnels around there. Were and I know that manufacturers did use them and you know there's the later I think I don't know about catch here remember when the Chrysler Airflow was bill but of course manufacturers use wind tunnel testing and they do now a lot and so two race teams. Of course I think when you see car looks like this from this era. The wind tunnel is almost always to blame to blame. They've they're designing the car based on that data that they get from the test. How does it sides? Yeah Yeah. It's a very unusual looking car to me. You know what it looks like to me and I. I'm not a huge star wars fan. Believe it or not I mean and I kind of grew up in that era and I think it was the first movie I ever saw out. You know with my parents like at a theatre back in the late seventies to me the Cadillac series. Sixty one that. This is built from based on the nineteen forty nine. Not The not the streetcar. But this car this This Monster Stra looks an awful lot like the land speeder from From Star Wars. Yeah it really does. I mean it's not the same color is not that copper color anything but it does have a lot of similarity to the land speeder. Yeah and it looks like it's almost hovering above the ground. You can't really see the wheels underneath it. It's such an unusual designed very very strange. Very cool now But imagine seeing this in nineteen fifty on the racetrack in LME. Because that's where raced Briggs Cunningham was the one who took this car and again underneath? It's nineteen forty nine Cadillac series. Sixty one is a couple of cars that he actually brought. He brought a factory. Spec manual equipped series sixty one coupe and the other one was the one that they had designed in the wind tunnel. And this is the the Lamont Stra Which means of course the monster and for good reason I mean when you see I guess But the the French. I think dubbed it but this car had a Three hundred thirty one cubic inch V eight that had five carburetors. And it says it ran an eventful race burying itself in the Sand Bank at one point in requiring Cunningham to leave the driver's seat and dig it out and then despite all that he finished eleventh in the race. Now isn't that unusual? I mean now think about getting out of the car having to dig out of a Sandbank. Get it back on. The course came back in racing again for the remainder of the twenty four hours whatever wherever it is and still finishing eleven in eleventh place. That's impressive it is impressive. It's impressive car survived that kind of a lick. The I think it's a decent finish. I GUESS FOR V. You know did something like that. Usually you know we've heard of these unusual cases where a driver will be in a race in the you know they. They Call Spin and so they've had a spin out. They didn't hit a wall or anything like that and yet they win the race somehow

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US eases blood donation limits for gay men due to shortage

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

US eases blood donation limits for gay men due to shortage

"The government is revising its blood donation policy CBS's Jim Shelby tells us who that will affect the FDA has he's the policy on gay and bisexual men donating blood the twelve month ban on men who have had sex with men has been reduced to three months out of concerns about blood supplies during the corona virus pandemic the order was given without the usual public comment period the FDA says that's not feasible or appropriate L. G. B. T. rights groups have

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Kathryn Sophia Belle

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

08:30 min | 3 months ago

Kathryn Sophia Belle

"I'm India Lorrie Wilmot. And you're listening to the PODCAST TALKING. Journeys out belonging to blackness. Joining us today is Dr Catherine Sophia Bell. Catherine is associate professor of philosophy at Penn State with research and teaching interests in African American Afrikaner Philosophy African American Studies African Diaspora studies lack feminist philosophy and critical philosophy of race. She's an author. Co Founding Editor of the Journal Critical Philosophy of race a certified Yoga instructor in founding director in owner of La Belle. Be Coaching which Offers Executive Academic coaching workshops and retreats for administrators faculty and Graduate Students. Catherine also offers services specifically under happily unmarried and erotic empowerment that provide individual and Week Group. Coaching workshops and retreats designed to support the social emotional and physical wellbeing of her clients. Thank you for having me Katherine. Let me tell you. I just love the way. You're able to demonstrate for so many folks out there. How one in academic can be multifaceted in dynamic right. Don't sit at a desk. Let's read in on this thing right and then also to how as an African descended person and woman how he can truly embrace and live in your truth when it comes to your personal relationships and partnerships and even with yourself as it is the case with happily unmarried and then I love this and open to the sixty nine ways to embrace ecstasy. Yeah I mean there's more but sixty nine such a fun number and then I'm also my son. Signed his cancer and sign kind of looks like a sixty nine so I like playing with things like Bat. I love that. And so all of this falls under your business tagline philosophical purposeful and practical approaches to La Shelby. The good life. All of that fantastic. I'm so excited to have you here. Because you are such a brilliant scholar and you also have this really great. Entrepreneurial Mindset as well. I think our audience here will just enjoy listening to your journey as to how you've been able to combine these two passions. It seems to me I love it will fall right into our first segment. If you don't mind because I have so many different kinds of questions and thoughts act one call to adventure so for our listening audience. Who may not know you changed your last name from Gyns. Yes to bell and bell spelled with an extra e honor your maternal grandmother and and as I understand your maternal grandmother named herself. And Yeah and you see this active. Changing your name as a way to honor that power and legacies. Yes well first let me say I absolutely love my name. I mean every time I see it written down Catherine Sophia Bell like I get excited at the sight of my own name. So in terms of motivations oftentimes our names are patrilineal right. So many not necessarily all women are given the name of your father in. May Take on the name of their husband and that was my experience. So my initial given name was Catherine Theresa Johnson. My mother wanted the name Catherine after her mother my father wanted to name you theresa and then Johnson was his name. So that was my maiden name I got married in. Nineteen Ninety nine at the age of twenty one between my first and second semesters in Grad School and at that point I changed my last name to guidelines which was the name of the former husband I got legally divorced in twenty seventeen and I'm now berry happily unmarried. And rather than returning somebody that patrilineal name I mate name. I decided to go with a match. Lineal named honor my maternal grandmother so her initial given name was Katherine Smallwood. Which was my great grandmother's last name. Smallwood. But by the time she got the high school she changed her name's Katherine L. B. E. L. L. Now I have no idea how she went about changing it or even if she went through some legal process to do that but my mother got me a copy of her high school yearbook class of Nineteen Fifty two where in that yearbook so by the time. She got her senior in high school. Her name is listed as Catherine Bell. And so there's something really powerful to me about this black woman in the nineteen young black woman in the nineteen fifties by her senior in high school Made her name Kathryn Bell. And that's the name that she's recognized as you know later in life she. She went on to model. She showed up in jet magazine a few times and her name is Catherine Bell knows faces as well. You know that was just a powerful legacy to me and it was important Tap into in connect to that legacy empower naming oneself Have a match lineal name as hopes to patrilineal name. I'm so I changed my name Catherine. I actually dropped the middle name. Interestingly my mother when I was changing my last name she was like. Oh well I never really liked Teresa anyway. That was your father's toys. That would choice so she got a chance to rename me. My Middle Name Sophia. She recommended because she said you're Lhasa. In philosophy us so you can be Sophia. My Mother's middle initial is S. My two daughters have the middle initial s so we were able to share that s middle initial further sophia in the bell It's still sounds the same as the way. My maternal grandmother founded by added the extra e. Just a little bit of self friendship over the meaning of beauty. I think evidence that there was so much thoughtfulness and care. Yeah even your process to say okay. How do I go about changing my name because even when we go through relationships such as marriage? And you're going through the divorce there is a lot of conscious thought around. Do People keep their names Ryan or even when you're getting married forget about even when you're getting divorced but like when you're getting married some people choose to keep their name drop the name in my case I hyphenated. I've even attended a wedding where the husband and the wife decided to both hyphenate their names just so that it would on paper as well as the presentation of this new joined. Family Union Unit. That it wasn't that someone was giving up but they were just more so adding naming oneself is so powerful. I mean I can't help but to even reflect on scene in routes where yes lavar. Burton is as as Coon to Kim. Tae Is being whipped. He ends. It's you know this holder of active submission. That's trying to happen with him being beaten because he refused the naming Tober right and he's like Kota Day trying to be broken. Think about that example. I also think about the example with Muhammed Ali. Right where he's like. You know. Say My name. Say My name right before the destiny's child came out with it up. You know what I mean and so yeah. I'm not GonNa say that that you know the cultural model my mind that I figured I'd put that out there. Once I said it I was like okay. This is GonNa be the connection that comes up celebrities name that too. But that's not quite what I have in mind right. There is something and I think we have more examples of men doing that than or the example of men don't eat more celebrated than examples of women during that but definitely for me like I look forward to dropping the maiden name when I took on the Mary name but I also very much look forward to dropping the Mary name and renaming my for me. It was another beginning for me. Like who am I in this new chapter this new iteration of our life? And how can this naming process a reflection of that kind of a launching point for me for that? So that's been beautiful. Young kids is all about identity. And the all these different phases and stages just you know what does our about us and then our names judge. We're judged by our names whether we're applying for different jobs or positions. I mean their scores and You know them very well. Also but their scores of research studies and the employment field that talked about racial bias and discrimination based on candidates nate. I think that's a fantastic way to pay homage to her legacy. Thank you

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"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

"If he was you could vote now. It's a lot more elaborate. Gerrymandering techniques are designed to distract from the goal and inevitable outcome which is that they will disenfranchise minority voters and the descent in this case. Ruth Bader GINSBURG Writes a pretty good one and this descent made her famous right. This is this is where the notorious RPG things started. I it's a good descent. It's not. We'll we'll discuss a little bit later. Why I don't think it's like an outstanding to santer anything One big problem with it is that she doesn't retire soon as after she But again we'll get to that But yeah this. This made her famous end Just sort of poisoned. The brain of a bunch of Lake American Constitution Society Law students across the country. Who now have like fucking like mugs with her face on it and shit. Yeah but again. That's pretty good Queen Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Yeah very weird for someone who is a strong breeze from just disintegrating? Yeah one of the powerful parts of this descent is that she. She's talking some really specific shit about Alabama and the history there She notes that it had more voting discrimination lawsuits under the voting rights. Act than any state besides Mississippi. She points out that twice between the nineteen eighty two and two thousand six reauthorization. The Supreme Court itself handled two cases. Purposeful voting discrimination in Alabama. So she's saying like no. You guys aren't better. You guys keep fucking up part of the descent because it calls them out in a targeted manner. It's like this is right for these purposes at least a trash. You guys are doing this fucking worse than any and like how can this? This formula be unconstitutional to everyone. When it's so obviously constitutional yes garbage. Yes state not help itself but try to suppress the black and now the next portion of this in two thousand ten. There's an FBI investigation that uncovered recordings of discussions between Alabama state senators. Now brace yourselves here. State senators again. Two thousand ten were Referring to blacks in the state as aborigines and they were opposing a referendum because they thought that having the referendum would lead to increased black turnout saying that if it were on the ballot quote every black every illiterate would be bused to the polls on Hud financed buses and quote Hut Being Department of Housing and Urban Development. That's look I'm not a professor of racism you know that reading is pretty fucking racist to me that reads as someone who should not be holding any power perhaps and Ruth Bader Ginsburg quotes directly In the majority opinion Does not discuss it. Interestingly enough it's just past sure sure some state senators and Alabama referred to blacks as aborigines. If you surveyed state. Senator is across the State yes. A small percentage of them refer to blacks as being equivalent to Illiterates of course but let's let's talk about the real facts. He said they're not going to commit suicide on this broadcast. All right so so. I wanted to really quick. Some numbers that GINSBURG's dissent has that I think are interesting that go to how much progress has been made that again. The majority opinion doesn't really deal with and so she talks about like look under pre-clearance between one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and two thousand six twenty five years the DOJ had to reject seven hundred different attempted of voter voter law changes because they were discriminatory there were on top of that one hundred successful lawsuits after the fact that the laws were found to be discriminatory and top of that. There were eight hundred instances where the DOJ didn't outright reject but required modifications of a law to reduce racial discrimination. Which if you add it up comes out to sixteen hundred. Institutes is over twenty five years which averages out to one every six days for twenty five years straight the DOJ was dealing with racial discrimination in voting laws. Just in these districts not in the country just in these districts once a week. Yeah all right. I want to talk about one line opinion. One of the weirdest parts of majority opinion. And it's about the fact that this is a facial challenge to the to the statute and a facial challenge means that you're saying that the statute is on its face unconstitutional. Meaning that no application of it could ever be constitutional right and you know the distinction. There is It could be an as applied challenge. Is What is called and that just means that in this particular application. This law is unconstitutional. They can't apply it like that. Right facial challenges. This law can never be constitutional which by the way cannot conceivably be correct. Because Roberts has effectively conceded that initially the law in the sixties and seventies was constitutional right. So they facial challenge should by its nature fail. Robert's Mris this point chief justice of the Supreme Court and introduction to Con- law. Yeah and he. He refers to he talks about this argument. he he and he's he's addressing. Ginsburg's dissent where she talks about Shelby County shitty history and he says well it doesn't matter if Shelby County itself has had racial discrimination problems right because they're challenging the whole formula not just the Applications Shelby County and he gives us analogy is quote but that is like saying that a driver pulled over. Pursuant to a policy of stopping allred. Heads cannot complain about that policy if it turns out the license has expired. That's not a good analogy. Here's an actually analogous situation. That I just threw together last night when I was thinking about analogies here. Cops are checking on guys with a long history of domestic violence and when they check in on cereal. Wife Beater Steve. He happens to be hitting his wife at the time and when he's caught he's like well. Yeah but how could you have known that I was going to be hitting the time and the cops like well? Because you're doing it all the time Steve. Because you've been hitting your wife for fifty years just nonstop. It's unbelievable how much you hit your wife and how your stop doing it no matter how many times we tell you if you're an awful person okay. That's my analogy for shelby. County Alabama Shelby County Alabama as a county that did so much racism that the federal government had to Babysit them and they still tried to do more. Racism Babysitter constantly caught them and then they were like. Isn't this babysitter illegal? And.

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"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

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13:17 min | 4 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

"Thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments the Federal Government was very limited in its ability to regulate the relationship between individual states and their citizens so the fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments Empower Congress to do just that and for the express purpose of protecting racial minorities. It's aimed squarely at the states. It says no state shall make or enforce any law Blah Blah Blah Blah and so these amendments actually create a new enumerated power for Congress to legislate. Congress has the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. Which is which is an important point for this case. But like we're going to talk a lot in this podcast about the fourteenth amendment usually in the context of courts enforcing it. But it's kind of important to remember that like the Fourteenth Amendment's in Fifteenth Amendment are first and foremost about empowering Congress and that matters here because what you have is the court facing off with Congress about its legislative powers under the Fourteenth Amendment Right. Yeah exactly and so. Yeah as we kind of transition historically through these different legal structures so far slavery and then into the legal legal framework of Jim Crow You know then. We have the mass mobilization in the civil rights movement so after Martin. Luther King's march on Selma in February of nineteen sixty five president Lyndon Johnson kind of finally gets on board and calls for legislation leader. That same year we get the voting rights act so the the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five I think if you look at it. Broadly has general provisions that apply everywhere in the US and kind of prevent certain voting rules and practices that discriminate. And then you have this specific provision which are what matters here for this case that apply only to certain states and government local governments who have historically been problematic. You know maybe haven't been great on the race issue. In the past. Those jurisdictions comprise about twenty five percent of the country so the Voting Rights Act Section five contains of the act contains a pre clearance requirement that requires those state and local governments to obtain approval from the federal government specifically either the Department of Justice or the DC Circuit Court of appeals before changes to their voting laws or practices can be made to ensure that those changes do not violate the fifteenth amendment by preventing minorities from voting right and section four B of the Voting Rights Act contains a formula that determines which jurisdictions this applies to so the formula covers jurisdictions that as of initially was November nineteen sixty four and then November nineteen sixty eight and the nineteen seventy-two maintained a prohibited test or device as a condition of registering to vote or voting and had a voting age population of which less than fifty percent. Either were registered to vote or actually voted in that year's presidential election. So basically it's jurisdictions that have been making it difficult to vote in the result of been a lot of people not voting. Yeah that's that's right and to give some historical context here Congress tried over the course of the late very late. Fifties and early sixties to restrict discriminatory voting rights practices. They would see a discriminatory practice then. Crackdown on it. And the result in essence was always the same the states and local governments would do away with whatever practice was made illegal and replace it with a new one and the voting rights act was a direct response to that. Congress is finally stepping in and saying. Okay okay no more of this bullshit. If you change your voting laws we wanna see it I right. It's not just that the states could just change their laws as they go although they could. It's that by the time. The lawsuit is filed. And you've gone through all the fucking hearings and compile all the data you've had multiple elections under these laws right and and you have incumbents who can continue to make laws and entrench themselves. The that were elected under you. Know Racist in unconstitutional election. Guideline right so the way that the coverage Formula Works the formula that decides which jurisdictions get this kind of added. Scrutiny is every every so often congress will look at it again and reauthorize it. The most recent reauthorization was in two thousand six. Congress looks at it. They do a deep dive into whether or not. This is still needed. Why it's needed at Cetera? There's a huge congressional record. They reauthorize the formula So the same. Jurisdictions Are covered by it and the same. Jurisdictions are therefore restricted from Passing new voting regulations without Getting approval from the feds. Yeah when we say like Congress made findings that means that there were like real studies done. There was data and numbers crunched. The result of that is of all of that information is that Congress reauthorized to there. Was I think fifteen thousand pages of congressional record six months of hearings? Yeah in both houses of Congress and one thing I. I'm not sure if we're GONNA talk about this later but I wanted to add it in when we're talking about the formula and the coverage if a if a district can show that they've been in compliance for ten years they can basically get out of this back and likewise if a court finds that a district that's not currently covered is engaging. In a lot of problematic behavior the court can add them to the pre clearance states and disrupts guage. It's a way of saying it's not rigid and Mercilus right. There's there's a flexible right. We're going to revisit it in fifteen or twenty five years but in the meantime states that are doing well can get out of here. Yeah Yeah so. That brings us to this. Case Shelby. County Alabama named after Isaac Shelby Revolutionary. War Hero and governor of Kentucky Way back and I think the late seventeen hundreds ironically A very progressive abolitionist Not He owned slaves and And and he spent most of his governorship At War with the Indians in Kentucky so Shelby County is a county with a is a problem child district history of discrimination right but they file for a declaratory judgment by the court that these parts of the Voting Rights Act Exceed Congress's authority under the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments and are therefore unconstitutional and declaratory judgment is basically just requesting a statement from the court about the law like say. This is unconstitutional right. It's not about a specific harm upon the county per se. It's just we want you to say that. This is unconstitutional. Not The most uncommon thing to do any sorts of constitutional proceedings. So it's you know slightly convoluted around the margins but the basic argument. They're making a simple things have changed enough. Since the statute was passed that the formula that is used to determine which jurisdictions get this extra level of federal scrutiny? No longer should apply and in fact. It's so egregious that it's unconstitutional right. Which means that. It's it should never apply to anyone that it's not just us that there is no constitutional application of this formula. Yeah at all which is all right. So and the basic way this case Shakes out is pretty simple. The court upholds section five. Which is the pre clearance requirement itself like the idea of federal approval being necessary but strikes down four. B. Which has the formula right. In determining which jurisdictions that applies to your paying attention section five is useless without section four B because section five doesn't apply to any jurisdictions without section four B right so this is functionally striking down the. It's not the entire act but it's this entire portion of the act arguments here there I the first Roberts goes on this long tangent about the importance of state sovereignty and the concepts of federalism. It's the state's rights argument. You might have heard that if you've ever discussed with someone what the civil war was actually about or whatever and look yeah okay. States do have some level of sovereignty. But it's actually That this is a complete distraction. Here right the real issue is whether Congress has the authority to regulate The states in this manner under the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments and the court is trying to build up the importance of state rights for the same reason. They do it. In every single fucking racist case in Supreme Court history they want to portray their accommodation of racist policies and practices as if it is the side effect of their commitment to state state's rights when in fact it is their central goal and As we discussed in episode one Bush v Gore. They're concerned with states rights to control their own elections didn't seem to matter too much when they literally overturned the Florida Supreme Court about its own election laws and procedures and stopped a state recount short to hand the election a presidential election to their candidate of choice. Right right right and in general I think like people should know that at any discussion in these cases about states rights or or hearing these words state sovereignty let should always be a a Red Flag. For what is actually racism right? It's like saying like I'm not racist but who knows something actually underneath there. So it's about right exactly so the court starts to talk about how back in nineteen sixty five. The Voting Rights Act formula targeted jurisdictions where there was a history of discrimination and did so by finding jurisdictions that used quote tests and devices for voter registration and also were at least twelve points below national average for voter suppression and the courts. Sort of setting itself here to say that these reasons no longer apply right. Those jurisdictions no longer do this but one thing to keep in mind. the Fifteenth Amendment which allows the Federal Government to regulate the states. To prevent voter. Discrimination is extremely broad it empowers Congress to regulate it. It uses broad language The Conservatives will do what they always do here when the constitution provides a right to the federal government or anyone that they don't like act like it's very narrow and limited rather than providing the sort of flexibility that is almost certainly required to actually protect that right and then the court starts to talk about the progress we've made in the last fifty years on the race issue right and they're like yeah It's actually ingred voter turnout and registration. Rates in cover jurisdictions now approach parody blatantly discriminatory evasions of federal decrees are rare and minority. Candidates hold office at unprecedented levels. Direct quotes from chief justice. John Roberts note how every single one contains some sort of hedge registration rates approach parrot. They're almost getting so. Very discriminatory of Asians of federal decrees are rare than the last one is. The best minority candidates hold office at unprecedented levels. Unprecedented so just to put this in perspective. The house at the time of shelby was ten percent black and of course Nationwide thirteen percent. But now it's actually very near parody right now There are two black senators an. You're doing that math Nationwide about nine percent of state. Legislators are black hispanics or seventeen percent of the nationwide population. There are four Hispanic senators again. I'll give you some time to just bust out your calculators. Here in the House is about ten percent Hispanic but he's right. It is unprecedented. It's always been worse. Great Point Chief Justice John Roberts. Yes saying that. This is unprecedented levels is an observation. That one is more than zero right right so you know we disagree. We'll here almost certainly one of the most egregious Supreme Court decisions of the past decade. And I think maybe the first point that we should make is on the question. Is there still racial discrimination? In voting not only has the federal government had to decline a large number of proposed voting law changes under the Voting Rights Act because they were too racist but attempts to dilute minority voting. Power have evolved right right. It used to be like well. What if we just asked if your grandfather was it was a free man?.

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"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

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12:28 min | 4 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on 5-4

"We'll hear arguments I this morning case. Twelve ninety six shelby county versus holder. Mr Ryan Hey everyone this. Lyonnnais FAULK CO-CREATOR OF FIASCO and slow-burn on today's episode of five to four Peter Reenact and Michael talking about Shelby County the holder decision that rolled back federal protections for minority voters by five to four the. Us Supreme Court today took the teeth out of a law enacted nearly fifty years ago before shelby. Some states had to get clearance from the federal government before changing their election laws but in this ruling the court held that it was unfair to single out states just because of their long history of racist policies. It is wrong to deny any of your fellow. Americans the right to vote in this country. This is five to four a podcast. About how much. The Supreme Court sucks all right. Welcome to five. Four podcast where we dissect and analyze the supreme court decisions that have washed over. American life like waves over the rocks reducing once proud of boulders to sandy rubble episode four and my metaphors to open. The show are getting unbelievably intricate. I am Peter. Twitter's the law boy. I'm here with Michael. Everybody and from Austin Texas Rian High and we are the only legal podcast featuring a woman a man and a boy and today we are covering Shelby County v Holder A case that s a lot of big questions like is there still racism And follow up questions like are you sure. Are you sure? Their story says It's it's a case that dismantled key protections within the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five allowing states to implement discriminatory restrictions on the voting rights of minorities. This hits on I think so the key themes of the PODCAST Not only is the court expressing the sort of willful blindness to racism. And how it manifests that you'd expect from like a rush limbaugh perhaps But it's a great example of conservative hypocrisy about legislating from the bench and overreach of the judiciary into legislative prerogative. And it's also our introduction On the PODCASTS. To Chief Justice John Roberts who has a a very particular sort of approach to these cases is he was appointed in two thousand five under George W Bush after the failed nomination of Harriet Myers. Which will one day do an entire podcast about you know at the time. I think everybody felt like. We dodged a bullet there but I feel like actually yeah we. We took the bullet. That's right that's right and I think probably the best summation of how he presents his judicial philosophy. Is THAT HIS APPOINTMENT HEARING? He said he he doesn't have a comprehensive judicial philosophy. He just call balls and strikes umpire illegal umpire calling Boston strength. That's how he thinks about the lower how he talks about the law. He also recently said sort of along similar lines trump was referring probably on twitter. Too like Clinton Judges Obama judges and he said quote we do not have Obama. Judges with trump judges Bush judges or Clinton judges where we have extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them which is Super Wrong doing. I'm doing the jerk off motion. If that is true than the fact that each president has nominated only people who agree with him politically over. The course of the past forty years would be one of the most incredible coincidences in the history of mankind. Like Mitch McConnell holding dead. Scalia seat open for a year would be totally incomprehensible. Make any sense at all. I was doing that. And I I. Yeah so Roberts. Has a vision of the court as an impartial body. But it's important to recognize that his vision is not substantive right it's about optics and aesthetics. He doesn't care about the court actually being an impartial body and being above politics. He cares about the court being perceived that way so as a result he's from time to time hedged on Certain politically visible cases and sort of taken a more center of the road approach than his fellow conservative justices but he's always careful to lay the groundwork for conservative arguments down the road. I think the most prominent example of this. We're going to cover in. A couple of episodes is the obamacare decision which upheld obamacare itself on kind of narrow and technical grounds but made a commerce clause arguments that. I guarantee you is going to be leveraged over the course of the next decade to shutdown attempts at Medicare for all green new deal. And whatever else you know the left has planned after Bernie Sanders wins the Twenty twenty dollars very serious. Yeah absolutely I mean. It's going to be a massive obstacle and that's sort of the Roberts Mo right we call the When we were chatting about this episode before the Roberts to step which is he makes himself look moderate and not reactionary by just taking things a little slow. But it's you still end up in the same place in shelby. County is actually a good example of that as well. This was the second case on the Voting Rights Act. The court had heard in in the first case. They basically upheld the law entirely but they left some little warnings in there that they thought this was constitutionally suspect so that if you years later they could come back to it and it would look more. Judicious right right. Yeah I think that every time he speaks publicly John Roberts is obsession with the optics of impartiality are really clear so like speaking at the University of Minnesota sometime back. He says this same kind of thing about balls and strikes right. We don't set on opposite sides of an I o we don't caucus in separate rooms we do not serve one party or one interest we serve. One Nation. I have a visceral reaction to this idea of service like that first of all that impartiality is real at all right like that's a myth and then also that you serve the people with impartiality It's gross and he's talking about it constantly yeah He also at Because he was his duties as chief. Justice I don't know if you guys noticed that you've just gets paid like nine grand extra a year. Oh yeah and H like a quarter million but he makes like two sixty something and he was over overseeing the impeachment process which is is duty as chief justice. And he you know there's peach man was very The senators were treating it like a spectacle rights and he gave a speech that was like keep in mind that you are addressing the world's greatest deliberative body. No I think I think they had it right. Actually this is a fucking disgustingly clowns. Talk extemporaneously so. Apparently he gave an interview. I think to just like C. Span or something where he talked about how he's at the Supreme Court Like Late at night by himself he takes time to look at the portrait's of the past chief justices his sixteen predecessors and he says they're probably looking down at me they're probably looking down at me with either bemusement or amazement from time to time. I find it a useful reminder of the role of the court and the role of the chief justice so he he loves this shit he rebelled. He's like I'm so fucking given they're going to do a painting of me so We should talk about the voting rights. Act and how we got here and I'll handed off to your e I think. Step one is Slavery and I don't know if our listeners are aware of this but slavery was a huge thing and if you check the wikipedia you'll be shocked but after slavery there's an important history. Riyadh and if you WANNA fill everyone in yeah. It's a voting rights case. So I think it's worth it to talk about like how we get to the voting rights. Act which is the legislation. That's being challenged here. So broadly speaking. The constitution allows states to determine their own voter eligibility standards. So that means like an individual state can say you need to register to vote in this way or this is what you need to do to be eligible to vote in this state and can be different from the standards in another state. A good example of this right. Is that like some state have voter? Id Laws and some. Don't but let me tell you something. The states sometimes have a real problem with doing this in a non Jerez Est way these particular no way I think You could probably guess. But they're the ones that are like below the Mason Dixon Line. We know enough rate So after the civil war there shall we say like a slight loss of confidence in the ability of the southern states to handle this responsibility of Setting voter eligibility standards and so several constitutional amendments get passed the Thirteenth Amendment. That prohibits slavery. You can't have sleeves anymore. Well asterisk prisoner right right right. That's another episode and that's another episode The fourteenth amendment guarantees due process and equal protection. We've already talked about that. One a couple of times and then the Fifteenth Amendment States that the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of race color or previous condition of servitude so unfortunately though reconstruction and every era after that was a little racist like incredibly fucking race modeling amounts of racism right violent and ubiquitous. Racism states are using the power to set their own voter eligibility standards. I'm to relegate and exclude the black vote and suppression of the Black Vote in the south. It's ubiquitous it's aggressive. We're talking about things like implementing the requirement that Voters take literacy tests or pay poll taxes. Or like you have to show that you own property even more completely arbitrary stuff like moral character tests stuff like that and not to mention literal campaigns of violence to keep people from coming to vote. Is it widely known that this is the origin of the term grandfathered in? I know that but I think that some law school shit. You know We we use the term pretty ubiquitously now but the idea was that. We'll look these very confusing literacy tests and things like that that are property requirements. Yeah they'RE GONNA exclude black people but they're also going to exclude lots of poor white people and so they would add this provision that well if your grandfather was able to vote than you are which meant if you're not descended from slaves don't worry about it we we don't care it's only slave descendants that have to jump through all these fucking right. Yeah one day. Maybe it's another another episode to but we will talk about how complicit the Supreme Court actually was in all of this. The court stepped in more than once to prevent the federal government from protecting the rights of black people in the south. Yeah it's all thematically consistent and so prior to the civil war amendments prior to the.

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House passes sweeping coronavirus response package

WSJ What's News

02:32 min | 4 months ago

House passes sweeping coronavirus response package

"Everything from testing to making up for lost salary has been the focus of contentious negotiations between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill along with the White House Wall Street Journal reporter Chaban Hughes joins us from Washington to shed some light on negotiating process so Chaban. This package contains things like corona virus testing. That's free for everyone who needs it paid sick leave and unemployment insurance for furloughed workers. Are there particular programs that were sticking points in the talks? The big thing that has been a sticking point at least from president. Trump's perspective is the lack of a payroll tax cut. Democrats have said that is off the table. Because it doesn't address the problem a payroll tax cut would help only workers who have jobs and the corona virus crisis is going to leave a lot of people unemployed so that was a big sticking point. Another point of contention had to do with the paid leave. The issue has to do with the mechanisms for delivering that to people and who ends up paying for it now. This package really hits voters on Main Street. The steel will not only put money in people's pocketbooks who potentially miss work. But it'll quell fears as well seems like there's a lot at stake here for politicians on both sides. There's an enormous amount at stake here for politicians on both sides. The most recent precedent is the two thousand eight financial crisis lawmakers here described that as basically the closest comparison they can think of this package is one piece of what's viewed as instrumental in keeping the entire economy the entire healthcare system going and so yes a tremendous weight is on lawmakers shoulders. Has there been any talk. This might be just one. Phase of a series of agreements with this economic crisis continues absolutely house. Democrats have already said they plan to be working on another package. It's very clear that's where talks are one piece of it is there were conversations that were not able to be resolved in this round of negotiations so all of those will be moving to another round. Um there are conversations about doing things like for example an infrastructure package. That's something that Richard Shelby has wanted. Steny Hoyer the house. Majority leader told us this morning that because everything is so influx because lawmakers do not know exactly the extent of this corona virus crisis or where it will take us. They are at the ready to do. More as needed as issues become apparent.

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18 confirmed coronavirus cases in Tennessee

Phil Valentine

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

18 confirmed coronavirus cases in Tennessee

"The Tennessee department of health has confirmed nine additional cases of coronavirus across the state bringing the total number of people infected to eighteen six of the cases are in Nashville Davidson county eight of the cases are in Williamson County with Shelby County confirming two cases Knox and Sullivan county both confirming one

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Economic toll of Coronavirus sinks in, Trump administration considering direct aid to those affected

Rush Limbaugh

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Economic toll of Coronavirus sinks in, Trump administration considering direct aid to those affected

"Stocks continue to lose ground that are off the lows of the session after the president's economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the administration is considering targeted help to those directly impacted by the corona virus for example helping those who haven't been able to work and industries directly affected Scott Shelby of T. J. M. brokerage says stocks are volatile because the economic impact of the virus is still unknown it's all about the virus or no matter what we do that has to be fixed first I know we can throw the kitchen sink at this problem but remember Monpa Smith have to be able to be comfortable coming out of their house and until they're not we're not going anywhere they're encouraging numbers for the job market in the period leading up to the impact of the virus they were two hundred seventy three thousand new jobs created

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House passes $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus spending plan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

House passes $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus spending plan

"Hill the eight point three billion dollar spending plan was passed by the house after budget negotiators announced they had put together the spending package Senate Appropriations Committee chair Richard Shelby has played a key role in getting an agreement vigorous action I believe is needed to calm nerves stabilize the situation and get our arms around this crisis the plan includes more than three billion dollars for research and development of vaccines that alone is more than the original budget request made by the trump administration the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer had pushed for a major increase in funding while president trump is playing fast and loose with facts and blaming everyone not named Donald Trump Congress is taking responsibility and acting like the adults in the room the president is expected to sign the legislation following final

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What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:38 min | 4 months ago

What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people

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Coronavirus risk upgraded to "very high" as death toll mounts

Charlie Parker

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus risk upgraded to "very high" as death toll mounts

"Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Richard Shelby says you can't over killed on an epidemic top Democrats want coronavirus money to be new arguing against proposals that would dip into other public health fund more and more people are being infected with the corona virus around the world both China and South Korea reported hundreds of new confirmed cases today bringing south Korea's total over two thousand there are nearly seventy nine thousand cases in China alone around the globe the death toll is surpassed twenty eight hundred each continent with the exception of Antarctica has confirmed a case of the illness meantime top Democrats like speaker house to house speaker Nancy Pelosi are criticizing the trump administration's response to the growing threat calling it chaotic the less critical positions vacant in charge of managing pandemics at the National Security Council council and the department of homeland security vice president Mike pence who has been appointed by trump president trump to lead the effort to combat the virus is pushing

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Tesla Model Y + Geneva Auto Show Concerns

CarCast

09:40 min | 4 months ago

Tesla Model Y + Geneva Auto Show Concerns

"All right so what's going on bill. Goldberg is in Saudi Arabia wrestling. So he won't be here today and I just got over a cold last week so if I sound a little Off that's why I'll try not to make gross noises into the microphone but I Apologize He. Shares a kill the corona virus. It'd probably is and Our good friend Alastair Weaver from EDMUNDS DOT com. Is here how you doing. I'm good you get to do most of the talking because we went to we went to Joe Kosho Jo. Koy SOLD OUT THE FORUM. Two nights huge eighteen thousand people. Who's a fantastic show but the guy behind me was sneezing and coughing a disgusting stuff the whole show? I went home next day. I was in bed like I was. I was just down for the count. I definitely got some weird gross thing and just loading up on meds and vitamins and Cam and all that well I flew back into. Lax from London and got taken to Like an extra screening room where China just all these people from China being quizzed about why they'd beating China and wherever the lusting China and everything else and I was there in the middle of the room. Yeah that's terrible all right so we got some cool things to talk about by the way. Did you guys see that? Hot Wheels released a one tenth scale remote control. Tesla's cyber truck and it comes with a sticker an optional sticker that which which is it goes on the side glass of your revoke until Control Tesla cyber truck and it's the broken window from cool so if you want your cyber talk with the smashed window from the from the from the press launch it comes with that as well from the chief designer. Timothy's profile in the world. That is the best thing ever. And they have the small remote-control version as well that goes on the track that one sixty four scale as well but the one tenth version be limited edition. And we've got a picture up there. It's the toy that comes with that. It's a sticker so you could. You could clued the smashed window in their good job. Hot Wheels love that. You thought about a nice definitely going to be one of those events where I was the magnificent now. It's going to be fantastic. Just a little reminder March twenty first is car cast live at Peterson Museum. A brought to you by our friends at Haggerty and JAGS DOT com. We're GONNA be doing a great event. It was so much fun last year. We hope you guys come out this year. Bring your car anything you have. I JUST WANNA see everybody's car There's GonNa be a car show that starts at two o'clock. Excuse me a car show. At two o'clock there'll be a screening of Shelby. American the documentary and you may have already seen. We're going to bring some unseen footage and some DVD extras and stuff. So you can see that as well. I think that's around four o'clock and then later in the evening that's exist. Well Blu Ray. Dvd I just think. Dvd Extras. Because I feel like that's the terms retro. Yeah that's the term you probably recognize. There's the extra footage and then there will be a live podcast Ataman. I'll be doing a show there you can go to. Yeah no go bring your bring your bring your kids bringing the kid. Bring the one kid who knows. I haven't been home. Have you been tickets Adam? Call Commerce Peterson dot org slash car. Cast get some tickets. Excuse me it's going to be one of those days solo show. Yeah going to be one of those days. What's new all sorts of things? I was supposed to be going to Geneva next week. I had to put actually pull out a couple of weeks ago for a little while ago for for for different reasons but as I sit here. Everybody's wondering what's going to happen because these corona I mean for those who don't know Geneva historically was always one of the the biggest auto shows of the year it was kind of premier one in Europe Attended by all the kind of literati globally as an in neutral Switzerland. Yeah I need supposed to happen. The press days next Tuesday and we're all waiting for messages to listings happening on now. I mean it's A. It's a huge deal about the millions literally tens of millions of hundreds of millions that are spent on this and is it. Is it kind of late in the game to cancel it? Yeah I mean I. I was telling you it's going to happen. It's just going to be kind of flop. I I mean we had. We had Alfred Mayo. His happens from time to time manufacturers. Come in and show ladies. 'cause we have a chat meet we we talk about life and what role doing and I am a global head of. Pr was saying. You know we've been told not to travel. So it's it's a big deal. Yeah I wonder how they do that. Do they try to find local representation? The have a team there that they have like a local. Pr Team A little bit smaller team yet. But I guess I don't know I mean he's going to be an interesting show. How much money and how much he's committed. But also if if people on traveling and I think the other concern is people are worried that you're GONNA get quarantined. So you end up in Geneva. I'm going to keep talking. You end up in Geneva and if you imagine all the the world the company execs from all over the world traveling into Geneva and then just ending up being Maroon there. I read that that later this year. We have twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo. They're saying hey we. We need a contingency plan. We may cancel the Olympics and they said but they need you know. They need minimum three months. They can probably do two months lead way to to cancel it but they can't do four days like like what you're talking about. They can't do five days. Well also big Formula Warm Fun. I used to working for him in the world in days. Gone by and there's a little conversation about which pre happen which wouldn't yeah it's It's interesting times. We're also seeing in terms of vehicle production as well because a lot of parts is not just 'cause made in China but he's also parts supply parts moving around the world so this there's a big impact going on and what's going to be the effect of cancelling Geneva. Is it really gonNA manner not matter? Everyone's going to release their cars. And they're gonNA send out the press kits and and and try to find some other place two like they're still going to announce the cars digital digitally. I mean I I was invited to a bunch of events down the I was going to sit down with the Mercedes. Co The global CEO on the boss of AM G. And we're GONNA have half an hour with with those guys and that's always great for me because she always learned so much a fascinating fascinating individuals as well to be running something that big. You know things like that obviously won't happen but I know a of things that Mercedes showing off and yet I'll do it digital release. You'll you'll be they'll send the images alison press releases and away you go. I think the tough thing I Geneva and also shows generally. New York's beginning of April. Is these things you know. There's a lot of pressure on these shows. Little people pulling out anyway if it doesn't happen than we'll ever happen again and Gordon is. What happens to the you know the credits into the billions? Almost what's actually spent in in in some things well? In all of these companies so many companies are taking a financial hit already. Everybody asks to prepare for factories being shut down obviously in the automotive space but products all around the world that so much is is manufactured in China and now that that Krona viruses is spreading. Everything in automotive is expensive and global. Yeah so anything. That's hit Soglo on a global level like this is going to be a big deal. Yeah I roll up in the accurate annex. I WANNA say new but it. It got sort of a revision this past year a little bit different ero and I think they did. Some adjustments on the suspension and stuff. Have you driven the sex yet? So this is I drove the original Essex. The you know the sort of iconic mateen nine. I think it was many years ago but the latest wanted always passing by always being doing doing something else when everyone was around so I finally got into it the last couple of days. It's a it's a fascinating thing I kind of. I really wouldn't like it. I really want to love it because I like the idea of buying an accuracy because I think it feels. Yeah it's almost like I'm coming out and skiing I don't need. I don't need a fraud. Whatever I'm going to buy an ACURA sex because I know what I like. I don't need to everything else so I rely. I like similar technology but I kind of feel it's almost too clever by half in that Scott the three and a half six two but then on top of that these three electric motors. And there's a lot of really clever tech going on but what actually delivers is is questionable and increasing the. I'm unless no less of a fan of potato well. This isn't the plug in or hybrids. Generally I think these days you you either go all in on the electric light the ticon all stick with a stick with a gas engine light the new cove at something and its own to me. It feels like that choice now and carrying around all this complexity and all this weight and everything else for hybrid just just almost feels like old tech even though it's cutting edge on one level

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Let's not 'short change' funding for coronavirus response: U.S. Senate appropriations chair

Steve and Ted

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Let's not 'short change' funding for coronavirus response: U.S. Senate appropriations chair

"The trump administration is requesting two and a half billion dollars in emergency funding more than a billion of that in new spending to respond a corona virus Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Republican Richard Shelby is warning the administration against low balling that funding this is not the time to try to short change the American people democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the funding request fall short and questions taking money away from other funds to combat Ebola there is no plan the administration has no plan senators were briefed on government scientists work on a vaccine but health officials say that is likely a year or more away on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Son again. Hi Nice little like Bossa Nova Rhythm and then it just like just these beautiful little elements. It's just so many of my favorite songs trace back to here and I love pretty much. Everyone in these records in some form and other Debbie talked about since then but I also feel like so many of these records. Their roots can be found in not necessarily humid in her pre or epic records really country days. A lot of hurricanes stems from this record. Write every I would agree every song. this is some sort of like musical ride aid for the listener thought. Ob easier is like this wavy lake. Introduction Lianne sue gotTA get back which is super leg. Poppy Yuck which was her being really got into the grammy. Yeah for the whole album. mm-hmm opening their big Blair. The sound for for your lives and then like I said dream some which just again tribute agoo everytime career over to honestly where I'm from because what did you do in the French lyrics industries come in the alleged China's there's little sweet writing that's going on there like Oh my God if it just is so goddamn awesome even blue is just going to the smoky little like dusty. The dimple a lounge closer of songs. Just like what's kind of her like. She's during his pants open. She's walking away and she puts her cigarette as she leaves. That's what black play blue is. Is this like. Is this beautiful like little more a little dress down. Finish the album. It was this is circling end of the whole peace. Completely and I also feel you like black light blue and sort of this album general. But that's not specifically is where I was like okay. The Dusty Springfield thing makes so much sense absolutely absolutely production and everything. It's it's like a dusty springfield valid like straight out of it you know and then it's interesting because then I feel like I'm just a little lovin. The actual covers album. She didn't go quite directly their offense remake dusty. She put Kerm spin on it. Like this feels a lot more direct. Oh my gosh right anything else. What I wanted to say about this record theaters I rank them up and I I will get? This is so hard to guys. I know just for the pure reasoning that she had more the hand in showing play it just I would put the dusty album number two number one because I feel like that's more her her she and she had more into the whole Diangelo parts. The album where it's a covers album is key other ones. I mean so hard. I agreement trying to stir heavy rotation own rank for many reasons besides the vocal L. Majesty as You said just a little lovin which I think probably strongest album. Remember that because she had to be. Because that's that was what she could give to light her strengths. Interpreter aren't in question. Brian Lover Fixes a songwriter to feel like I am shelby. Lynne of that so that I Signed for the infamous locked in segment. Brought to you by Tom's where we get to lock in the albums.

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

09:55 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Okay. Great all right cool so converse on economy. You know you just played out. Yeah yes altitude favored dogs. Don't really I love shelby and we're both like do I like them is I guess in. Maybe I'm I'm a little too partial immersion or stuff just as a hard time thinking best. Sure sure so I can do. I avoid Roy Moore Swell party thrown identity crisis out there is nomination. I would like to officially drove to your alibis as Snobbery Vic Grid on the sill. Oh I'm mostly fine with that. I had this like maybe two spots higher. I really like the Song Alibi. Yes that might actually actually be like. What Am I? Talk to make in my top. Three lake her vocal. Take on it. It's just cereal gorgeous. And then there's nothing else on this album that even comes close. Lover Dreamers like a nice dream Red Rains came on loser dreamers. Yeah I like I like specifically the quad wins that come in I. I think it's a really nice effect elevates the except upbeat song about depression so yeah and I will say even why didn't you call me which jumps right afterwards that song so the only she's great songs about telephone calls you've really does like crossing discography now. The thing is I love is less than two minutes gets in gets out dozens. It's just such a simple shimmied to office. It's a delicious worship Little Song Piece of candy. flipside something to be said about air streams is there it does seem back anything about the phone. It's quite sure for what right I know. And even when I interviewed her because because they interviewed around the time of this album's for this. You did too. Yeah okay what was that four. He used to write for music magazines. I forget what from publication back in Nashville Yeltsin allies so pretty cool collection that we spoke about it like she talked about. It talked about the subjects of her songs. How like it feels like heartbreakers thing that runs through her discography and she kind of talked about how ya I mean yes but she wouldn't talk about the inspirations of any of these songs and we'll get into that a little bit but she she just said I'm a private person I have a pro life and story like she cuts it off right there which is very interesting? She gets just be writing songs about airstream at one point so Zhisheng. She's probably proud of that but I don't know why because the thing is that like honestly like old number seven this kind of very low like slow whiskey ski laments that goes on like I dig it. I understand his inspirations there but ultimately the rest of this album it's fine like I enjoy a bit and glad that when she put out a record label when she's she's doing this as their own professor today. She makes a bolt swings there. But it's again as with everything under discography. Die Light parts of it. It's not my favorite. It's not the worst thing I've ever well see. I think you know like I said you know. Crisis was a complete swaying away from rob. This was a swing into her like employees owning everything about her. I think she did their job here here because it's all her. I agree alibi. Like just rips your heart out and stops on an beautiful wonderful gorgeous ways perspective. which he's writing? I respect for for her privacy talks. About what the song's about but every time I imagine. Who is she singing? That's onto thought they will not say because it's Michelle being cheap pride to leave it that way but I I just WanNa cry for her because who issue the alibi for and I agree totally ready for him. Now in such a gorgeous gorgeous you saw that I would be curious to see somebody else do a take yup even more country flavor than she did all dog on. This was very much a country song. I mean come on you know you talk dying or something. Yeah this one I would. Soundly put eve by eight or seven. Okay cool tear. What else would you have nominated in this life? I probably would have gone with. I can't imagine which again a and not a bad album just an unremarkable album for me? The big takeaways were sold. The Devil Sunshine has a really great groove especially in the second half son of a son of a gun. So you're the granddaughter grandson of a Sun what's happening son of any added in being the now I like to be in the now. It's a little jingly positive. It's not amazing. But Oh yeah yeah. It doesn't like I liked listening to it but then really paid attention to the lyrics. I was like okay. This is SORTA Hokey which is not a stance? She usually takes two. She's not using that oak and things for me. I kind of agree I black backdoor front porch. I kinda hate genuinely because drawn out chorus there but some sunshine Sunday gun and also down here because like now trae Lugos GonNa hear electric guitars like have a little bit of feeling like okay if you're gonNA do an album where it's a live band recording straight from the floor. That's the kind of I WANNA. They get on there. I get it that that song feels absolutely appropriate for what she turned cheap with that and the rest of it I I can't imagine the subtle track is kind of a little bit of a take equally from me but the rest of it. I'm just kind of like you know it's on but I don't really pay much attention to because it's all the texture on this album of other albums which have very distinct textural searle tones. That one I can imagine kind of glazed. It's just kind of one sound that she's going to hell and I do think that is partially the way that is recorded. There's a reason that you you like closely Mike. Every individual thing and do separate takes that then because the the sonics that a human in the room is going to here is not the same as what's GonNa come through the microphone to the headphones and so there's reason that mastering is such a huge part of the music industry and even Badger musicians master the individual tracks even if they don't know that that's what what they're doing is called so I think that there it. There are probably songs that I would like more. Just specific elements were raised. A little bit to like jump out and grab me kind of alleged media media instead Just being like all in this mid range what do you think about this one. I would put it under seven and now we're jumping ahead here but I read everything that you guys have sat added. It feels to me. It's almost like she's like oh it's been four years burnell obligation on again. I I I feel. What's whatever stronger? Because of all of everything she had handed all the pieces and parts that she was in control of I still place to higher than the other two idea ranking on one was the one Get some of the Gambia also wasn't didn't love front porch. which back door or whatever it's just the no probably the one I've listened to the lease is yeah so and again shelby has shelby? If you're listening to yeah so and I know that you put it anti Christ down here again. I'm not saying I'M GONNA fight for a little bit more on this one year terms ratings but if we can go with I can't imagine attention at number eight and would you feel the same about your size. Alibis number seven. Or would you have. I would flip all really output AC. Imagine Below Oh oh that's what I meant. Sorry I went to school. Those go hitless. Lock it in. I can't imagine at number eight and then tears lies number sudden. That sounds good to me. Okay that's fine. Yeah okay cool are able to like the bottom rowbottom yet for two very changeable. Yeah Yeah you know. I think we could pick a different. It's mostly yeah and one of those things where I wasn't sure because also I know there's some people that could very much feel like. Oh I can't imagine really. It has a Laurel Canyon deep sixties kind of rock folk sound that a lot of people enjoy like some people can really enjoy one of the other critics. I've worked with that. Pop matters really enjoyed it as well. which about okay cool? Whatever but yeah not my personal thing but now that leads us into a very table things where we had left is Angela Limited entity crisis? Yourself just a little love revolution rooted not dark yet. Make them you already. You already know what he wants to identity crisis. Yes one of your super number seven you you know if you guys want to hire. I needed my number seven. Is You know it's already been chosen. Yeah yeah I mean I just hard because there's a feels wrong immediate identity crisis below three. The more of these kids don't know but that's not how it works. I mean yet. I don't know I don't know I could be convinced because like I said that like the back half is is pretty weak but lose Iowa go from me up next would probably be yourself. Oh I paid a nerve with that one. Oh.

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

12:22 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Dow is down at all like there's still a lot going on production and then from there for the most part it just kind of falls into an a- truly the title of the album identity crisis it from there and she just as sort of an even the songs I like are kind of this. She's just sorta you're trying on different hats like various different Like there's a blues song and there is a like a classic country song and there is like a sort of like almost most sixties cheese songs sort of and so it's just sort of an and even the ballots are very classic ballads structures. So while she doesn't like fail in any sense especially the second half of the record like evil man baby one with the side. They all sort of feel like you're just sort of new experiments genre experimentation and she doesn't do a ton new with them so while I would definitely evidently identity crisis higher. Personally I absolutely understand what you're saying that it doesn't like their big chunks of this album then don't do a ton for me and I think if you look at it in chronology of her career even title to me feels a little obvious because it was right after I love shelby which was her super. Poppy super overproduced super ignored for area radio attempts which I kinda liked but you're lonesome is a very very slow Biharis on your so good. That is like Patrick locked at one thing like throughout this this whole week every time. There's like three park country harmonies like sign me up on a lot of songs where I'm like. This is pretty boring. Ballot you know would have helped screaming put that on the chorus. Ib into right now and just not gonna like mostly from you. Like I feel like she was obviously trying to strike general like totally on her own and really find ourselves and I feel it was overly apparent on this. None of badly news just writing other albums for me about that and not that this is bad anyway says Sir I struggle with worst to first -nology and I can't do it right now. So you care we still listen to regularly regularly. Yes for me like I just cheated. Because she's not so adhered to Sean. And that's one of the strengths of shelby. Lynne is how like. It's a country album technically initially but it opens with this fucking really the wall sound blast of Y'all how's what takes you away and then for identity crisis it is stripped down but even would you get to like buttons and bows over. His favorite opening moves. Actually Yeah Your Mom and dad you know just just like. Here's this nice easy going. It's still loosely country in that sense to but at the same time I like that. She's trying all the things. I have a very strong affinity for identity crisis crisis so I would fight you on raking it down to slow but since we're discussing it before it gets out voting or anything else like that. I just WANNA know Taryn. Will you had dropped down. L. Number nine between two of it's hard to say because somebody already said they love this album but mine would be love shelters show on that thing is the thing about love shall we is that I actually do. I think there's a couple of really great on your there. There's she haven't put your records where I'm just like wow. This is Tiger Dodge. You know just go full jewel and go dance pop like like. I really like actually think that band is pretty great but I do think that that same court structure shows up elsewhere in her career and she does it slightly better. I do also think that pose the other one killing frick. Killing kind is fine Noga There was a single. Yeah you know on the Bridget Jones diary soundtrack or something video. She was like walking on the tips of Greece on those big fights. Eight structures in Greece. It is maybe yeah it was again produced for the masses which richly shelby's hard was like. Oh my God this is not who I am because the wall in your heart was used very prominently in the movie. Shallow Hal. She's still she's still performs pointing Polian in her concerts concert. Yeah she came out. She doesn't interesting this issue. lex On them you saw. I'll I think she would agree with you. The sheer probably rankles as they read I asked her I do. I do like The truth also if you get past the route in red which which is something when you have to get past. But I I think the outer of it almost makes me think of like Beatles Day in the life or like it's swells and become sort of cacophonous than like it's like strings and trumpets and it's pleasant but like they're sort of fighting each other I just think it's it's a sort of cacophony that you don't see anywhere else in your career so I I don't know I thought that number was really fascinating but other than that. There's just a lot of really really producing the name. Hey love show so sorry that I know your earliest accent exactly. Jesus Christ one of those things where it's just because the thing is that bill produced. I am Shelby Lynne. He was the first new produced Tuesday night Music Club. I struggle grow in a big navy. There's a big warm. Sounds like her songs. Revenge on their. The production is really opens at album up and here. She worked with Glen. Ballard who's from most famous producing jagged little pill violins morissette so such a very different style. But honestly it's like Pop to light just the limits of point where like we love pop music and it just I feel so disingenuous because I can't believe that Shelby Lynne. A writer as Shelby Linda. Right a fucking song. Like Jesus on the Greyhound. It's like so so utterly just atrociously. Obviously we're not only going to get. The contract. Forgot the cushion right on into Lincoln kind of Faux Inspirational Ballad. That have just. Can't Dan get behind and worst of all is. Trust me the opening of the album where you have this kind of like strumming Kuzyk thing and just like she does the spoken-word inch rear hope dreams and then the later loan. Let me take you to a place where truth talks back. What are you talking about shelby? My God at this new at this hour run reminds me of what American life by Madonna. How you know just like just like sort of like acoustic in early two thousands just like there's like some spoken word beds and it's just that I think I think part of why this album Bosley is not because I mean Jesus autograph hunters terrible but even though the rest of it is not? It's not a restored. It's not bad it's just that it's dated it's dated in the way that nothing else in her career is in like the production choices that are very like late nineties on I am Shelby Lynne. Still feel in that sort of like nebulous place outside of time and Genre Okuno Lake area because she and then and then later in her career and you know you have a lot of just like good solid guitar and vocal songs and that you know that could come out at any time whereas like love love shelby really really sounds like two thousand one to its detriment when compared to the rest of the discovery while we're twenty two minutes in and we don't and have a ranking as of yet so I feel like we should maybe entertain either other nominations or we should talk a little bit more because I have a strong building for identity crisis. I still understand why you put it here. I'm okay with that not be a number one necessarily. I'd just feel like there's other albums especially when you're talking about. This stripped down aesthetic of hers. I'm I'm surprised that you would pick that as Lewis did not something like tears lies and alibis. Because that's another one where I feel like. It's a good album is extremely front loaded at the same time. Yeah I love it when she gets in Lincoln. I mean I'm not necessarily nominate either just putting it out there as kind of a feeler to see other common ground because we can't go. aww But yeah well I think I probably has been established that I am kind of a democracy. I guess rewarding. So what does this fine. What what strikes you about luxury then so resident? It's also for me because I played it so much when it came out it was Islamic radio. I might make a pledge to my car because I found it. Pretty groovy too. I think you waited twenty two thousand and one sounding album and thinking about attorney for her career with a complete turning point with grammy win being hot. Yes keep going with this. Because is people like to. She wanted to give him one more pop album which I'm going to go abroad assumption. Because she wanted to further career but realized this is this is not me some Swing Opposite Direction and gone dentist crisis which again great album is just my lease leaseback best okay. So there's absolute value tutors. Absolute total merit to it. The song writing the performances in her vocal. I think is unrivalled order today to watch her. Perform no ear micro earpieces nothing. shes her singing. Never a pitch never key. I think this feels like could've in Atlanta. It sounds okay. Boy Body little spoiler alert for our listeners Before we went on Mike a native guilty senior life three times so he has has the very strong connection to where that sense of seeing these songs. I've read it review literally just a day going into a worried about someone mentioned that one of Shelby Lynne. Strength says that she never over racing's and I haven't really alike. I'm not sure if I fully agree with it but I can see why that point you'll be made I think that's another reason. Why Love Shelby bugs me a little bit? Because it's the only time I hear her overseeing ear. I agree I I hear you shout and I'd have to believe the producer and because because I know that he did Alanis and that's kind of a such a huge part of Alana's brand and so then it makes me feel like you know wall. They were in the studio. You know he would go. That was great but do it again and try just giving me a little more power behind. Do you know what I mean. And and of course as producer he has a say in which takes chose of course she has saying that too. But it's the only time you see it and so when whenever there's something something like that it's like that's the only time she worked with producer. It's easy to to blame it on that circumstance Greyhound by my one yes I I can see why there's such aversion to bury like pander Christian rights I don't think it's I think it was just so degree bears. There's a lot of WanNa talk song about. When quote mimicking air quotes for the listeners? Here Wendy's Wendy's back. What kind of the same asylum? Because we think he's as a crazy person. So there's there's a song call when we came back like that a country song if somebody there's also what if God was one of US Joan or we're back in you feel like that song would would make a great book if you wrote this Cabal. Jesus people not knowing who he is. He's a stranger who could would make things happens on the bus with your whatever the situation beam. I feel like it was a little a little pandering to get our country still underside ingenious autographs and Nathan Dunbar..

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

12:22 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Dow is down at all like there's still a lot going on production and then from there for the most part it just kind of falls into an a- truly the title of the album identity crisis it from there and she just as sort of an even the songs I like are kind of this. She's just sorta you're trying on different hats like various different Like there's a blues song and there is a like a classic country song and there is like a sort of like almost most sixties cheese songs sort of and so it's just sort of an and even the ballots are very classic ballads structures. So while she doesn't like fail in any sense especially the second half of the record like evil man baby one with the side. They all sort of feel like you're just sort of new experiments genre experimentation and she doesn't do a ton new with them so while I would definitely evidently identity crisis higher. Personally I absolutely understand what you're saying that it doesn't like their big chunks of this album then don't do a ton for me and I think if you look at it in chronology of her career even title to me feels a little obvious because it was right after I love shelby which was her super. Poppy super overproduced super ignored for area radio attempts which I kinda liked but you're lonesome is a very very slow Biharis on your so good. That is like Patrick locked at one thing like throughout this this whole week every time. There's like three park country harmonies like sign me up on a lot of songs where I'm like. This is pretty boring. Ballot you know would have helped screaming put that on the chorus. Ib into right now and just not gonna like mostly from you. Like I feel like she was obviously trying to strike general like totally on her own and really find ourselves and I feel it was overly apparent on this. None of badly news just writing other albums for me about that and not that this is bad anyway says Sir I struggle with worst to first -nology and I can't do it right now. So you care we still listen to regularly regularly. Yes for me like I just cheated. Because she's not so adhered to Sean. And that's one of the strengths of shelby. Lynne is how like. It's a country album technically initially but it opens with this fucking really the wall sound blast of Y'all how's what takes you away and then for identity crisis it is stripped down but even would you get to like buttons and bows over. His favorite opening moves. Actually Yeah Your Mom and dad you know just just like. Here's this nice easy going. It's still loosely country in that sense to but at the same time I like that. She's trying all the things. I have a very strong affinity for identity crisis crisis so I would fight you on raking it down to slow but since we're discussing it before it gets out voting or anything else like that. I just WANNA know Taryn. Will you had dropped down. L. Number nine between two of it's hard to say because somebody already said they love this album but mine would be love shelters show on that thing is the thing about love shall we is that I actually do. I think there's a couple of really great on your there. There's she haven't put your records where I'm just like wow. This is Tiger Dodge. You know just go full jewel and go dance pop like like. I really like actually think that band is pretty great but I do think that that same court structure shows up elsewhere in her career and she does it slightly better. I do also think that pose the other one killing frick. Killing kind is fine Noga There was a single. Yeah you know on the Bridget Jones diary soundtrack or something video. She was like walking on the tips of Greece on those big fights. Eight structures in Greece. It is maybe yeah it was again produced for the masses which richly shelby's hard was like. Oh my God this is not who I am because the wall in your heart was used very prominently in the movie. Shallow Hal. She's still she's still performs pointing Polian in her concerts concert. Yeah she came out. She doesn't interesting this issue. lex On them you saw. I'll I think she would agree with you. The sheer probably rankles as they read I asked her I do. I do like The truth also if you get past the route in red which which is something when you have to get past. But I I think the outer of it almost makes me think of like Beatles Day in the life or like it's swells and become sort of cacophonous than like it's like strings and trumpets and it's pleasant but like they're sort of fighting each other I just think it's it's a sort of cacophony that you don't see anywhere else in your career so I I don't know I thought that number was really fascinating but other than that. There's just a lot of really really producing the name. Hey love show so sorry that I know your earliest accent exactly. Jesus Christ one of those things where it's just because the thing is that bill produced. I am Shelby Lynne. He was the first new produced Tuesday night Music Club. I struggle grow in a big navy. There's a big warm. Sounds like her songs. Revenge on their. The production is really opens at album up and here. She worked with Glen. Ballard who's from most famous producing jagged little pill violins morissette so such a very different style. But honestly it's like Pop to light just the limits of point where like we love pop music and it just I feel so disingenuous because I can't believe that Shelby Lynne. A writer as Shelby Linda. Right a fucking song. Like Jesus on the Greyhound. It's like so so utterly just atrociously. Obviously we're not only going to get. The contract. Forgot the cushion right on into Lincoln kind of Faux Inspirational Ballad. That have just. Can't Dan get behind and worst of all is. Trust me the opening of the album where you have this kind of like strumming Kuzyk thing and just like she does the spoken-word inch rear hope dreams and then the later loan. Let me take you to a place where truth talks back. What are you talking about shelby? My God at this new at this hour run reminds me of what American life by Madonna. How you know just like just like sort of like acoustic in early two thousands just like there's like some spoken word beds and it's just that I think I think part of why this album Bosley is not because I mean Jesus autograph hunters terrible but even though the rest of it is not? It's not a restored. It's not bad it's just that it's dated it's dated in the way that nothing else in her career is in like the production choices that are very like late nineties on I am Shelby Lynne. Still feel in that sort of like nebulous place outside of time and Genre Okuno Lake area because she and then and then later in her career and you know you have a lot of just like good solid guitar and vocal songs and that you know that could come out at any time whereas like love love shelby really really sounds like two thousand one to its detriment when compared to the rest of the discovery while we're twenty two minutes in and we don't and have a ranking as of yet so I feel like we should maybe entertain either other nominations or we should talk a little bit more because I have a strong building for identity crisis. I still understand why you put it here. I'm okay with that not be a number one necessarily. I'd just feel like there's other albums especially when you're talking about. This stripped down aesthetic of hers. I'm I'm surprised that you would pick that as Lewis did not something like tears lies and alibis. Because that's another one where I feel like. It's a good album is extremely front loaded at the same time. Yeah I love it when she gets in Lincoln. I mean I'm not necessarily nominate either just putting it out there as kind of a feeler to see other common ground because we can't go. aww But yeah well I think I probably has been established that I am kind of a democracy. I guess rewarding. So what does this fine. What what strikes you about luxury then so resident? It's also for me because I played it so much when it came out it was Islamic radio. I might make a pledge to my car because I found it. Pretty groovy too. I think you waited twenty two thousand and one sounding album and thinking about attorney for her career with a complete turning point with grammy win being hot. Yes keep going with this. Because is people like to. She wanted to give him one more pop album which I'm going to go abroad assumption. Because she wanted to further career but realized this is this is not me some Swing Opposite Direction and gone dentist crisis which again great album is just my lease leaseback best okay. So there's absolute value tutors. Absolute total merit to it. The song writing the performances in her vocal. I think is unrivalled order today to watch her. Perform no ear micro earpieces nothing. shes her singing. Never a pitch never key. I think this feels like could've in Atlanta. It sounds okay. Boy Body little spoiler alert for our listeners Before we went on Mike a native guilty senior life three times so he has has the very strong connection to where that sense of seeing these songs. I've read it review literally just a day going into a worried about someone mentioned that one of Shelby Lynne. Strength says that she never over racing's and I haven't really alike. I'm not sure if I fully agree with it but I can see why that point you'll be made I think that's another reason. Why Love Shelby bugs me a little bit? Because it's the only time I hear her overseeing ear. I agree I I hear you shout and I'd have to believe the producer and because because I know that he did Alanis and that's kind of a such a huge part of Alana's brand and so then it makes me feel like you know wall. They were in the studio. You know he would go. That was great but do it again and try just giving me a little more power behind. Do you know what I mean. And and of course as producer he has a say in which takes chose of course she has saying that too. But it's the only time you see it and so when whenever there's something something like that it's like that's the only time she worked with producer. It's easy to to blame it on that circumstance Greyhound by my one yes I I can see why there's such aversion to bury like pander Christian rights I don't think it's I think it was just so degree bears. There's a lot of WanNa talk song about. When quote mimicking air quotes for the listeners? Here Wendy's Wendy's back. What kind of the same asylum? Because we think he's as a crazy person. So there's there's a song call when we came back like that a country song if somebody there's also what if God was one of US Joan or we're back in you feel like that song would would make a great book if you wrote this Cabal. Jesus people not knowing who he is. He's a stranger who could would make things happens on the bus with your whatever the situation beam. I feel like it was a little a little pandering to get our country still underside ingenious autographs and Nathan Dunbar..

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

12:22 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Dow is down at all like there's still a lot going on production and then from there for the most part it just kind of falls into an a- truly the title of the album identity crisis it from there and she just as sort of an even the songs I like are kind of this. She's just sorta you're trying on different hats like various different Like there's a blues song and there is a like a classic country song and there is like a sort of like almost most sixties cheese songs sort of and so it's just sort of an and even the ballots are very classic ballads structures. So while she doesn't like fail in any sense especially the second half of the record like evil man baby one with the side. They all sort of feel like you're just sort of new experiments genre experimentation and she doesn't do a ton new with them so while I would definitely evidently identity crisis higher. Personally I absolutely understand what you're saying that it doesn't like their big chunks of this album then don't do a ton for me and I think if you look at it in chronology of her career even title to me feels a little obvious because it was right after I love shelby which was her super. Poppy super overproduced super ignored for area radio attempts which I kinda liked but you're lonesome is a very very slow Biharis on your so good. That is like Patrick locked at one thing like throughout this this whole week every time. There's like three park country harmonies like sign me up on a lot of songs where I'm like. This is pretty boring. Ballot you know would have helped screaming put that on the chorus. Ib into right now and just not gonna like mostly from you. Like I feel like she was obviously trying to strike general like totally on her own and really find ourselves and I feel it was overly apparent on this. None of badly news just writing other albums for me about that and not that this is bad anyway says Sir I struggle with worst to first -nology and I can't do it right now. So you care we still listen to regularly regularly. Yes for me like I just cheated. Because she's not so adhered to Sean. And that's one of the strengths of shelby. Lynne is how like. It's a country album technically initially but it opens with this fucking really the wall sound blast of Y'all how's what takes you away and then for identity crisis it is stripped down but even would you get to like buttons and bows over. His favorite opening moves. Actually Yeah Your Mom and dad you know just just like. Here's this nice easy going. It's still loosely country in that sense to but at the same time I like that. She's trying all the things. I have a very strong affinity for identity crisis crisis so I would fight you on raking it down to slow but since we're discussing it before it gets out voting or anything else like that. I just WANNA know Taryn. Will you had dropped down. L. Number nine between two of it's hard to say because somebody already said they love this album but mine would be love shelters show on that thing is the thing about love shall we is that I actually do. I think there's a couple of really great on your there. There's she haven't put your records where I'm just like wow. This is Tiger Dodge. You know just go full jewel and go dance pop like like. I really like actually think that band is pretty great but I do think that that same court structure shows up elsewhere in her career and she does it slightly better. I do also think that pose the other one killing frick. Killing kind is fine Noga There was a single. Yeah you know on the Bridget Jones diary soundtrack or something video. She was like walking on the tips of Greece on those big fights. Eight structures in Greece. It is maybe yeah it was again produced for the masses which richly shelby's hard was like. Oh my God this is not who I am because the wall in your heart was used very prominently in the movie. Shallow Hal. She's still she's still performs pointing Polian in her concerts concert. Yeah she came out. She doesn't interesting this issue. lex On them you saw. I'll I think she would agree with you. The sheer probably rankles as they read I asked her I do. I do like The truth also if you get past the route in red which which is something when you have to get past. But I I think the outer of it almost makes me think of like Beatles Day in the life or like it's swells and become sort of cacophonous than like it's like strings and trumpets and it's pleasant but like they're sort of fighting each other I just think it's it's a sort of cacophony that you don't see anywhere else in your career so I I don't know I thought that number was really fascinating but other than that. There's just a lot of really really producing the name. Hey love show so sorry that I know your earliest accent exactly. Jesus Christ one of those things where it's just because the thing is that bill produced. I am Shelby Lynne. He was the first new produced Tuesday night Music Club. I struggle grow in a big navy. There's a big warm. Sounds like her songs. Revenge on their. The production is really opens at album up and here. She worked with Glen. Ballard who's from most famous producing jagged little pill violins morissette so such a very different style. But honestly it's like Pop to light just the limits of point where like we love pop music and it just I feel so disingenuous because I can't believe that Shelby Lynne. A writer as Shelby Linda. Right a fucking song. Like Jesus on the Greyhound. It's like so so utterly just atrociously. Obviously we're not only going to get. The contract. Forgot the cushion right on into Lincoln kind of Faux Inspirational Ballad. That have just. Can't Dan get behind and worst of all is. Trust me the opening of the album where you have this kind of like strumming Kuzyk thing and just like she does the spoken-word inch rear hope dreams and then the later loan. Let me take you to a place where truth talks back. What are you talking about shelby? My God at this new at this hour run reminds me of what American life by Madonna. How you know just like just like sort of like acoustic in early two thousands just like there's like some spoken word beds and it's just that I think I think part of why this album Bosley is not because I mean Jesus autograph hunters terrible but even though the rest of it is not? It's not a restored. It's not bad it's just that it's dated it's dated in the way that nothing else in her career is in like the production choices that are very like late nineties on I am Shelby Lynne. Still feel in that sort of like nebulous place outside of time and Genre Okuno Lake area because she and then and then later in her career and you know you have a lot of just like good solid guitar and vocal songs and that you know that could come out at any time whereas like love love shelby really really sounds like two thousand one to its detriment when compared to the rest of the discovery while we're twenty two minutes in and we don't and have a ranking as of yet so I feel like we should maybe entertain either other nominations or we should talk a little bit more because I have a strong building for identity crisis. I still understand why you put it here. I'm okay with that not be a number one necessarily. I'd just feel like there's other albums especially when you're talking about. This stripped down aesthetic of hers. I'm I'm surprised that you would pick that as Lewis did not something like tears lies and alibis. Because that's another one where I feel like. It's a good album is extremely front loaded at the same time. Yeah I love it when she gets in Lincoln. I mean I'm not necessarily nominate either just putting it out there as kind of a feeler to see other common ground because we can't go. aww But yeah well I think I probably has been established that I am kind of a democracy. I guess rewarding. So what does this fine. What what strikes you about luxury then so resident? It's also for me because I played it so much when it came out it was Islamic radio. I might make a pledge to my car because I found it. Pretty groovy too. I think you waited twenty two thousand and one sounding album and thinking about attorney for her career with a complete turning point with grammy win being hot. Yes keep going with this. Because is people like to. She wanted to give him one more pop album which I'm going to go abroad assumption. Because she wanted to further career but realized this is this is not me some Swing Opposite Direction and gone dentist crisis which again great album is just my lease leaseback best okay. So there's absolute value tutors. Absolute total merit to it. The song writing the performances in her vocal. I think is unrivalled order today to watch her. Perform no ear micro earpieces nothing. shes her singing. Never a pitch never key. I think this feels like could've in Atlanta. It sounds okay. Boy Body little spoiler alert for our listeners Before we went on Mike a native guilty senior life three times so he has has the very strong connection to where that sense of seeing these songs. I've read it review literally just a day going into a worried about someone mentioned that one of Shelby Lynne. Strength says that she never over racing's and I haven't really alike. I'm not sure if I fully agree with it but I can see why that point you'll be made I think that's another reason. Why Love Shelby bugs me a little bit? Because it's the only time I hear her overseeing ear. I agree I I hear you shout and I'd have to believe the producer and because because I know that he did Alanis and that's kind of a such a huge part of Alana's brand and so then it makes me feel like you know wall. They were in the studio. You know he would go. That was great but do it again and try just giving me a little more power behind. Do you know what I mean. And and of course as producer he has a say in which takes chose of course she has saying that too. But it's the only time you see it and so when whenever there's something something like that it's like that's the only time she worked with producer. It's easy to to blame it on that circumstance Greyhound by my one yes I I can see why there's such aversion to bury like pander Christian rights I don't think it's I think it was just so degree bears. There's a lot of WanNa talk song about. When quote mimicking air quotes for the listeners? Here Wendy's Wendy's back. What kind of the same asylum? Because we think he's as a crazy person. So there's there's a song call when we came back like that a country song if somebody there's also what if God was one of US Joan or we're back in you feel like that song would would make a great book if you wrote this Cabal. Jesus people not knowing who he is. He's a stranger who could would make things happens on the bus with your whatever the situation beam. I feel like it was a little a little pandering to get our country still underside ingenious autographs and Nathan Dunbar..

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"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Stunned Silence I just feel like she's long as so one eighty from everything else and I get your intent and obviously the title of the album For me I just feel like it was to strip down to rod to bear to to just like there was not much production value as other albums of course but you guys are just crazy phases. I know the reaction. I think there's just I just kind of were the idea that there was kind of the shelby consensus in terms of what is headed for for up their albums. Because like I think I'm for pop matters. I wrote the review for. I can't imagine I didn't give it the strongest but another reading of wrote as supplemented take two than they. You did a very strong scores. Well that's fine. I understand she could be divisive on some of these albums year but I just I was under the impression that identity crisis was considered considered one of the stronger ones sunny. Here it out the gate is that your nomination for the night slot is just very striking to me. Because I remember very specifically I too was very early early fan of iron. She'll be learning. That's how we got on the train way back in one thousand nine hundred ninety thousand and the thing is a member love shelby literally. That just passed me by and I didn't really hear until this week so I have a lot of strong thoughts about it but things identity crisis absolutely suck me into its world because I remember from the very first song when you hear telephone just this. Mary's shutdown just the vocal takes just this very easy breezy feel to it. I'm like this was just like this headed like break that we needed from her kind. Kinda getting lost a little bit in the pop world of them at resorts of her Dan. I Yeah I just feel like others for me. Yeah Yeah it's all about a feeling. Yeah were were retire. Yeah I I can understand where you're coming. I'm from there because for me. This is a very lopsided album. I really like the first half and the telephone solid ten rocks is like okay. It's a gospel number. Yeah that's really groovy. It's heavier it's not. It doesn't do any like to incredibly original but it's is just it's pleasant and fun to listen to. I think if I were smart is a solid ballot. I think gotta be better is like a nice little because the.

shelby Mary
"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Stunned Silence I just feel like she's long as so one eighty from everything else and I get your intent and obviously the title of the album For me I just feel like it was to strip down to rod to bear to to just like there was not much production value as other albums of course but you guys are just crazy phases. I know the reaction. I think there's just I just kind of were the idea that there was kind of the shelby consensus in terms of what is headed for for up their albums. Because like I think I'm for pop matters. I wrote the review for. I can't imagine I didn't give it the strongest but another reading of wrote as supplemented take two than they. You did a very strong scores. Well that's fine. I understand she could be divisive on some of these albums year but I just I was under the impression that identity crisis was considered considered one of the stronger ones sunny. Here it out the gate is that your nomination for the night slot is just very striking to me. Because I remember very specifically I too was very early early fan of iron. She'll be learning. That's how we got on the train way back in one thousand nine hundred ninety thousand and the thing is a member love shelby literally. That just passed me by and I didn't really hear until this week so I have a lot of strong thoughts about it but things identity crisis absolutely suck me into its world because I remember from the very first song when you hear telephone just this. Mary's shutdown just the vocal takes just this very easy breezy feel to it. I'm like this was just like this headed like break that we needed from her kind. Kinda getting lost a little bit in the pop world of them at resorts of her Dan. I Yeah I just feel like others for me. Yeah Yeah it's all about a feeling. Yeah were were retire. Yeah I I can understand where you're coming. I'm from there because for me. This is a very lopsided album. I really like the first half and the telephone solid ten rocks is like okay. It's a gospel number. Yeah that's really groovy. It's heavier it's not. It doesn't do any like to incredibly original but it's is just it's pleasant and fun to listen to. I think if I were smart is a solid ballot. I think gotta be better is like a nice little because the.

shelby Mary
"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Stunned Silence I just feel like she's long as so one eighty from everything else and I get your intent and obviously the title of the album For me I just feel like it was to strip down to rod to bear to to just like there was not much production value as other albums of course but you guys are just crazy phases. I know the reaction. I think there's just I just kind of were the idea that there was kind of the shelby consensus in terms of what is headed for for up their albums. Because like I think I'm for pop matters. I wrote the review for. I can't imagine I didn't give it the strongest but another reading of wrote as supplemented take two than they. You did a very strong scores. Well that's fine. I understand she could be divisive on some of these albums year but I just I was under the impression that identity crisis was considered considered one of the stronger ones sunny. Here it out the gate is that your nomination for the night slot is just very striking to me. Because I remember very specifically I too was very early early fan of iron. She'll be learning. That's how we got on the train way back in one thousand nine hundred ninety thousand and the thing is a member love shelby literally. That just passed me by and I didn't really hear until this week so I have a lot of strong thoughts about it but things identity crisis absolutely suck me into its world because I remember from the very first song when you hear telephone just this. Mary's shutdown just the vocal takes just this very easy breezy feel to it. I'm like this was just like this headed like break that we needed from her kind. Kinda getting lost a little bit in the pop world of them at resorts of her Dan. I Yeah I just feel like others for me. Yeah Yeah it's all about a feeling. Yeah were were retire. Yeah I I can understand where you're coming. I'm from there because for me. This is a very lopsided album. I really like the first half and the telephone solid ten rocks is like okay. It's a gospel number. Yeah that's really groovy. It's heavier it's not. It doesn't do any like to incredibly original but it's is just it's pleasant and fun to listen to. I think if I were smart is a solid ballot. I think gotta be better is like a nice little because the.

shelby Mary
"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

08:09 min | 6 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Musical people who take every single album arson. Reagan from worst to first is the thing that we do and we've had little guys we're continuing journey through season. Four were retained God on little idiosyncratic artists. Different things personal touches that we don't feel like when belong in a regular main fall season and as such we gon journeys and everyone who listens. He's four so far they can so much he's been extraordinarily responsible. receive so even more than that though. We wanted to try something because you know what we've been doing this. We'd have over forty seven artists that you've done so far none of them have even been close to the genre of country and the thing is that there's a lot of great pick somebody to do. I think their ideas eventually eventually mind for like a johnny cash or Dolly partner other ones to move on in the future but right now I wanted to pick one of my all time favorite artists. Someone who is country entry of at the same time is largely ignored country and his or by country radio which is very important and said we will hopefully rectify some of that today by ranking the artists of one the smoothest vocalists one of the most stylish people that we know. That's right guys. Today we are breaking the one the only the best new artist of two thousand was in for some reason. Thank you grammys. That's guys we're talking about. Shell land. This is more of your nasty. So she she yeah she doesn't really have any other alter egos right. She's not. She's not Sasha period. No I would live to see that the The Shelby Lynne. She grew up was born in Quantico Virginia and then spend a lover time growing up in Alabama of she has her sister sister Alison Moore who later went on to become a country artist as well They lost both their parents when they were teenagers. And ultimately this journey that story and Shelby Lynne. Going down and doing country country started out with the Jewish Jones. Do that went to the top fifty and then later signed to epic records from ten to let her putting out other albums but the thing is that early nineties nineties eighties country albums. Come up with a very specific type and there is a very specific style and production and very specific. You're a diva and we're going to write all the same for you or from the Nashville. SONGWRITING factory. which which she did really like? So ultimately she decided to mixing example but the smaller label put out a swing album and she's never been the biggest like country radio success story ever but but then around nineteen ninety nine. She came up with an album divinely. called I am Shelby Lynne. Kind of declare. I guess what everyone I'm here. And kinda shot her into the mainstream a little bit which led to run run of going through different labels trying different styles working the different producers at. It is epic. mccamley we're talking about it. It's finally here. Who are the people that are going to be talking about voted? Let me tell you first off. There's me thought you might know me. 'cause the editor of Pop matters. I also write for other places but more importantly guys I you know me as the host of this podcast I I really really do because you think about the podcast. And you know the person sitting next to me the pillbox L. to my shelby Lynne. That's it is -tarian arrive everyone. I hope you kept up meeting listening to the first five minutes of the episode point. Seven five speed mom can discern what just happened. I'm doing great good now. This is one where you're kind of worked through a realized that you actually I think going into this. You weren't sure if you'd heard Shelby Lynne. Before so I knew that I had heard of her her. And like you had given me a couple songs on mix CDs at various points but then yeah once I actually started listening. I realized. Oh yes absolutely. My Dad had a couple of these. He's record select. There were a few songs on here that I knew very well because they were favorites of his and so therefore of course there's a little bit of nostalgia goggles and and there's a few like like ten bucks for example. It's not necessarily like my favorite favorite song after listening to this week and hearing the whole discography. But like there's there's just so much so many memories there So yeah it was just a really fun experience to dive in and rediscover that. And here's some of the other experiments in that. She's dying talk about rape while even more than that. I'm excited to talk about it with you. But I'm most excited for our guests. I've known him for years. He is is a very good friend and most importantly we've done a lot of searching and we have absolutely found one of the top ten shelby. Lynne vans the Chicago land area. That's why guys. Please welcome to the greatest exciting new ten year. Oh yes hopefully I. Can you know rank high atop Tim. We'll see if this this podcast might move you up the rank top five by the end of this. I hope so. Get Your Life for Awhi- yeah you kind of my where her began with Shelby Lynne. Put her in the in the pop world. Tom and she put in mainstream radio with gotta get back was a very adult contemporary. Hit when it came out so it's kind of hard to begin following her She did got a couple of guests spots under the People's records. She Sing Him when he tells records so also country fan. You know ish for a while so oh about into what I think she belongs. Okay yes I'm very excited about good. Yeah yeah yeah well good fantastic. We're happy to have you mostly we're going to have of course are arbitrary ranking of her discography but the question of her discography Islamic interesting because technically she has thirteen for fourteen working albums. She's a lot about. This is what I'm trying to say especially to cut Merry Christmas or twenty ten Christmas record which we will not but most importantly again we talked about earlier kerr early career ear was very much spent as kind of like probably of the country music machine so she really doesn't start getting in some writing credits until her ninety effort restless for that in sunrise. Topple over soft soft talk and to degrade temptation in restless. They're all part of this scene where she was basically part of it grew up with it. She was always the most promising new talent in one thousand nine hundred leaves. You won the Academy of Country Music Award for most promising new vocalist or something like that and it's just like great but not translated into radio. Hits or anything else like that. She's very much into standard heard. A country voice that you've heard and so as she took the range of her career and that's why in one thousand nine hundred nine starting with. I am Shelby Lynne. She really launched herself into prominence. That's why she won the grammy for best new artist. Because while we know who you are now which is so funny because it was literally her sixth album that one that on so as for that reason we we are actually going to be talking about essentially modern shelby we will not be ranking. We've talked about this earlier beforehand route to be renting her sought albums where other people wrote songs for her. That she really doesn't like anyway. I five really. Yeah and I do still support that. It is sort of interesting though because you were the person who really wanted to do this episode and I was happy to of course and so you said that we were like great and then actually like listening this week listening to a couple of tracks from those records it was like. Oh Oh you know this sort of like more than like for example early Michael Jackson. Relax some of the other people where we've cut out there early career. I felt sort of like. Oh this does a sort of like still lend itself to that continuum of her career arc but on the other hand like a big break between the two and like so. It's it's we'll talk more about them later. There are still some like cool moments on there right. Let me think two point. Most people are just so familiar with the country albums. If we decide to rank those yeah they would understand what that meant right. So I think it's fair to start with. I'm so Vienne. Because some people begin to know who she was right right exactly and the thing is that they're still sub to talk about on those records but will get into that in a moment and also again. It's just kind of our tradition. We don't rank holiday. I'll discuss what kind of authors is are. We we don't do. We don't do Spaghetti. Novelist examined general. Come on except from the time he did Weird Al.

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"shelby" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Coping skills get better you can deal with life better data and so you don't always have to focus as much on xining depression but a lot of times there is other stuff going on too and we need to address that as well and that's why like doing it more in practice on the side yeah but i mean it's also interesting and as you said listen <hes> saying to shelby dr harris earlier shelby showing that <hes> i've suffered with insomnia and really disrupted into him to sleep for a long time and that's when i know will i need to look at other. Things is in my life because that's why sleeps being affected. Yeah i mean sometimes that is important. I mean it's always important to do that to look at all the areas of your life and look at your stress anxiety zayda levels depression whatever it might be medical there can be a million reasons why people have insomnia and sometimes i have come to me and they cannot pinpoint any reason why it might develop. Sometimes you just have insomnia. You just don't know why and yes you might have to address those other factors but sometimes you don't have to you have to address the things behaviorally that you're doing might be making the insomnia keep going on and on and it's not that you're doing anything wrong like if somebody's listening to this in the having the experiencing insomnia yeah they shouldn't be doing anything wrong. It's okay it happens yeah. It happens. It's super common. I've had insomnia myself. It's something that we just just as my patients all the time. I don't sleep perfect every night. We just have to know when we're starting to have trouble and one of the things we can do to get ourselves selves back on track to fix it now. One of the reasons that we are talking is because you've got the brilliant book that i i was saying to shell we before we started recording every chapter. After i read i would think oh. I really want to know the answer. These questions that i'd start the next chapter low behold we clearly have some of the thought process but the book is called the women's guide to overcoming overcoming insomnia and insomnia actually is unfortunately more likely to affect women. Yeah it is a rate of three read it two times more than men. It's really it's a problem and we've always just kind of lumped it together just insomnia that everyone has it but really we need to focus on it for women and more to and what does what does that potentially is it because of hormones is it because of load-bearing everything you hit it. There's a few reasons hormones or one really babies and that is throughout the lifespan so we actually see insomnia rates so trouble sleeping we see equal in children and young adolescents once we reach adolescence in our hormones for women we start to have estrogen levels. <unk> gesture unravels start to change engine women's start to earn young adolescents. I should say start to hit menstruation. That's when we actually see women's start to have more rates have insomnia over men and it's during that time immense race you're just before some women have trouble sleeping for about three to five days just before they menstruate and that can happen month after vermont so that's a very common time for insomnia for women and then pregnancy you're uncomfortable. Stress is a big one right. I hear from people myself included when you're in your first trimester having to urinate on time at night you just hormone j just napping during the day it can't sleep at night and then when your third trimester you're uncomfortable double right..

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"shelby" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"shelby" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"At least she's also written a book. The woman's guide to overcoming insomnia get a good night's sleep without relying on medication and i was really interested in the first instance to ask whether insomnia was more of a female issue and also on the bit about not relying on medication. Can you really achieve optimum sleep without a little a little bit of help. Apparently so i found it extremely comforting speaking to shelby and reading her book incidentally she writes in a way that answers is your questions as you have them which makes a real page turner and it's comforting for me because like a lot of people spoke to sleep is the first thing to go when i'm feeling unstressed have too much on my plate or maybe i'm feeling rundown and speaking to shelby i was able to understand when bad might sleep is completely normal nothing to worry about about and when it's something to have a little bit more think about it was a really flagged up to me how little effort i actually put into getting a good night's sleep or worse how how i do things with the intention of getting tonight sleep that actually work against me an also how sort of cavalier i am about sleep compared to diet and exercise. This is when actually it's hugely important to my and our health. This conversation on the book has definitely made me realize us all aspects of sleep and how i nurture my sleep habits the link to the books the links to the and dr toby harris will be in the show notes but i hope you find this episode as useful peaceful helpful and comforting i did. I actually want to come back on a million times to talk about sleep because i do think it is a fundamental pillar of wellness but but here's us for the first time rightfully the wonderful doctor shelby harris on the emigrant show dr shell harris welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really really pleased that we're gonna we'll be talking to you because the subject of sleep i think is probably something that everybody can relate to on a very emotional level. We all do it. We all do it or should do it. Yeah that's the problem but it is a frequent expression. I hear from people that has all the second. I'm stressed my sleep goes and it does seem to it's it's one of our fundamental pillars for being well yet. It can be one of the first thing that show signs of fragility when other aspects of our lives out of wok and you have spent a long time studying yes so really there is no one better to unpick sleep with so just to put you into context spor listeners. How long have you been studying sleep. Let's see so i've been practicing for about fifteen ish sh maybe even longer years at this point.

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"shelby" Discussed on Z100

Z100

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"shelby" Discussed on Z100

"Shelby one hundred me right loma found sweet i never knew someone the we would just kids when we me too and maybe so same when you say nine oh kevin cabbie yeah a senior the on love the way long black the please oh.

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"shelby" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"shelby" Discussed on WTRH

"Gene shelby say yeah wrong solo dr is time oh joel oh.

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