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#12 Jesse. Four years ago, Jesse was hit by a car and nearly died. Now he wants to find the driver. And thank him.CreditsHeavyweight is hosted and produced by Jonathan Goldstein.This episode was also produced by Kalila Holt. The senior producer is Kaitlin Roberts.Editing by Jorge Just, Alex Blumberg, and Wendy Dorr.Special thanks to Emily Condon, Saidu Tejan-Thomas, and Jackie Cohen.The show was mixed by Kate Bilinski. Music by Christine Fellows, John K Samson, and Edwin, with additional music by Chris Zabriskie, Blue Dot Sessions, Michael Charles Smith, Visager, Graham Barton, and Katie Mullins. Our theme song is by The Weakerthans courtesy of Epitaph Records, and our ad music is by Haley Shaw.
83- Heyoon. Growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Alex Goldman was a misfit. Bored and disaffected and angry, he longed for a place to escape to. And then he found Heyoon. The only way to find out about Heyoon for someone to … Continue reading →
Elizabeth Kolbert: We have locked in centuries of climate change. Elizabeth Kolbert covers climate change for the New Yorker. She's the Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Sixth Extinction. And she recently wrote a paragraph I can't stop thinking about. "The problem with global warming—and the reason it continues to resist illustration, even as the streets flood and the forests die and the mussels rot on the shores—is that experience is an inadequate guide to what’s going on. The climate operates on a time delay. When carbon dioxide is added to the atmosphere, it takes decades—in a technical sense, millennia—for the earth to equilibrate. This summer’s fish kill was a product of warming that had become inevitable twenty or thirty years ago, and the warming that’s being locked in today won’t be fully felt until today’s toddlers reach middle age. In effect, we are living in the climate of the past, but already we’ve determined the climate’s future."Kolbert lives, to an unusual degree, in the planet's future. She travels to the places around the world where the climate of tomorrow is visible today. She has watched glaciers melting, and seen species dying. And she is able to convey both the science and the cost with a rare lucidity. Talking with Kolbert left me with an unnerving thought. We look back on past eras in human history and judge them morally failed. We think of the Spanish Inquisition or the Mongol hordes and believe ourselves civilized, rational, moral in a way our ancestors weren't. But if the science is right, and we do unto our descendants what the data says we are doing to them, we will be judged monsters. And it will be all the worse because we knew what we were doing and we knew how to stop, but we decided it was easier to disbelieve the science or ignore the consequences. Kolbert and I talk about the consequences, but also about what would be necessary to stabilize the climate and back off the mass extinction event that is currently underway. We discuss geoengineering, political will, the environmental cost of meat, and what individuals can and can't do. We talk about Trump's cabinet, about whether technological innovation will save us, and if pricing carbon is enough. We talk about whether hope remains a realistic emotion when it comes to our environmental future.Books:-Edward Abbe’s “Desert Solitaire”-Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring”-David G. Haskell’s “The Forest Unseen”-Bill McKibben’s “The End of Nature”
#877 - Jordan Peterson. Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos http://www.selfauthoring.com/ 100% off the Future Authoring Program code: "ChangeYourself" - The offer is valid until the end of Nov 30th.
Rank #1: Sección I. Nuevas leyes para el año 2014, Información sobre el DMV, Información general, La licencia de manejar de California, Obtener la licencia de manejar, Clases de licencia de manejar
Rank #2: Sección II. El proceso de los exámenes, Sección especial - Menores, Información miscelánea sobre licencias
Rank #1: Probate 101: Planning for a Small Estate. YLR host Jeff Hayden welcomes Redwood City Attorney Catherine Raye-Wong, Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law, to discuss Planning for and Managing a Small Estate. Questions for Jeff or Catherine? Please call us, toll free, at (866) 798-8255.
Rank #2: Conservatorship: Part 2. Two weeks ago, with San Francisco social welfare agencies considering a program to redefine the reach of “mental health” conservatorship, we began to discuss Part 1. Now, June 26 sees resumption in Part 2 of our discussion. YLR host Jeff Hayden welcomes Jessica Lynn Rowe, Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Law, and Member of Trust & Estates Law & Taxation Law Sections of California Lawyers Association; Dr George Bach-Y-Rita, MD, Board Certified in Psychiatry & Neurology, San Francisco. Questions for Jessica and George? Please call toll-free 866-798-8255. Also, this is our once-a-month Call-A-Lawyer Night. So, while Your Legal Rights broadcasts on 91.7 FM (online kalw.org) 7 'til 8pm PDT, attorneys are available off-the-air as well -- 800-525-9917, for your private no-fee consultation on a variety of legal questions. Lastly, Leon Bayer, Certified Specialist, invites calls to his office tomorrow on Bankruptcy Law: 9am-Noon Thursday, April 25, 800-477
Rank #1: Linda Chen talks about PASSING her US Citizenship Interview. Linda Chen talks about studying for, going to, and PASSING her US Citizenship Interview. At the end of the interview, she gives tips in Mandarin and Taiwanese. Listen to all three of Linda's practice interviews: A Casual Citizenship Interview with Linda Chen http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/2017-casual-interview.mp3 Linda Chen's Second Citizenship Interview http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/2017-october.mp3 https://youtu.be/Tl2CeCaNV2M A "Regular" Citizenship Interview (plus N-400 Part 12 Vocabulary Questions) http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/november-interview-2017.mp3 https://youtu.be/_nvSEpNrD-w Check our YouTube channel for our latest videos https://www.youtube.com/user/uscitizenpod/
Rank #2: 100 Civics Questions (in random order) for Your U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David. Officer David is back with all of the USCIS Civics Questions. The questions are asked in sets of ten (all the questions ending in 1 are asked first, followed by the 2s, etc). You can listen and watch Officer David's other interviews below: U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 1 podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/officer-david-interview.mp3 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/WFT0qmr1hl4 U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 2 podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/officer-david-interview-2.mp3 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/8dknLegW6pY U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 3 podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/david-3.mp3 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/EyaDt7KUQF0 U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 4 podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/david-4.mp3 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/wczLyAPdTIc U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 5 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/g6rxO0wCUDw podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/david-5.mp3 U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 5--QUESTIONS ONLY! video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/Iblo-djqBSM U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 6 video with subtitles: https://youtu.be/yXMrQk_GMA4 podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/uscitizenpod/david-6.mp3 Subscribe and listen to US Citizenship Podcast https://uscitizenpod.libsyn.com/ Subscribe and watch US Citizenship Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/uscitizenpod/ New Year, New US Citizen playlist Our goal New Year's resolution: This Year--US Citizenship! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtyN34w6H7y44_dOoBykvyjDEdNSoeKwC U.S. Citizenship Interviews with Officer David playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtyN34w6H7y6uBYUHVC6fGyI-NJQw6n5M Subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or listen to us via TuneIn on your Amazon Echo!
Rank #1: January 25: From California to the White House. This week, we discuss Sen. Kamala Harris' entry into the 2020 presidential race. We also look at the intense political challenges over wildfire policy and PG&E's expected bankruptcy. And we discuss the decision by a San Diego legislator to leave the GOP and become a Democrat. With John Myers, Taryn Luna and Melanie Mason of the Los Angeles Times.
Rank #2: November 17: Running Interference. This week: New criticism of the University of California's president after investigations of interference with a state audit. We also discuss sexual harassment policy changes in the California Senate, as a lawmaker in the upper house faces new allegations. With John Myers and Melanie Mason of the Los Angeles Times.
Rank #1: Team of Rivals. Here historian Doris Kearns Goodwin gives an overview of her goals with her award winning biography of Abraham Lincoln, Team of Rivals.
Rank #2: The American Presidency - Theodore Roosevelt. In this first lecture in a series touching on how the U.S. Presidency changed during the 20th century, noted historian Robert Dalek begins with his take on Theodore Roosevelt.
Rank #1: What a Non-Driver ID is and Who Should Obtain One. DMV's Jonathan Fahey interviews Division Manager Bob Russo of Branch Operations on who should obtain a non-driver ID and provides tips and suggestions for traveling with children. (Posted: 8/10/07)
Rank #2: Traffic Accidents and Why Society Doesn't Pay More Attention to Those Numbers. DMV's Bill Seymour presents a National Public Radio report from Talk of the Nation on traffic accidents and why society doesn't pay more attention to those numbers. (Posted: 8/10/07)
Rank #1: What we can learn from the "dinosaurs of marriage". In 1989, UC Berkeley psychologist Robert Levenson began to study a group of people who had been married at least 15 years or 35 years, depending on age, to get a better sense of what fairly successful marriages are like. This was not purely a behavioral study, as they also managed to collect genetic samples from many of these 156 couples. In this interview excerpt, Levenson explains the implications for future couples. Robert Levenson:"Well, one of the things that motivated us to do this study is that we felt this might be the last opportunity to study the dinosaurs of marriage. The people who had 50 years with a particular person. And at the time we started in the 80s it looked like the divorce rate was reaching 65 percent in this country. Seven out of 10 marriages ending in divorce. And so here was a group that grew up in a different era and had you know sort of stayed together and we wanted to understand them just in case they disappeared from the earth. Well, I think things are different now and you know we’re in this period of flux in marriage. A lot of people don’t marry. The divorce rate has gone back down again to 50 percent. I don’t know whether the modal marriage for the millennial generation will be, you know, marry once, marry twice, marry three times. But I think the basic biology here, the relationship between behavior and biology doesn’t require you to be married.You know this is a statement about what counts in terms of your being happy in a relationship. And although our tools may not be strong enough to detect these in the first and second and third years, I still expect that these genetic influences are having the same effects on relationships today as they did, you know, 20 and 40 years ago in those marriages."Branin/host:"Right and as you say with the dinosaurs, I mean I think that’s the joke, you know, people will say about their grandparents - they stuck together even though they didn’t seem very happy and yet they did."Robert Levenson:"Now that might happen again. You know we go through these pendular kinds of sociological changes and for a while it seemed like we were in sort of a casual relationship. People lived together, they didn’t marry, but who knows what it’s going to be like in the future. And who knows probably the best bet is the pendulum will swing back and maybe people will form better marriages and will find ways of making better mate selection. And maybe even genes will play a role in that.And you know you’ll go and you’ll talk to your grandma and your grandpa and they’ll give you advice and then you’ll go to your geneticist and she’ll give you advice and you’ll put that all together in this kind of unique algorithm that will say okay I’m going to go this way. And then if you’re smart you’ll listen. And if you’re not you’ll say ah, I know best. I’m just going to marry whoever I want to. But I don’t think human nature is going to get re-writ in any particular, you know, in any short period of time."Want to hear the entire interview?https://soundcloud.com/sciencetoday/robert-levensonOr, listen to several experts, including Levenson, describe our brain in love in this discussion:https://soundcloud.com/sciencetoday/brain_love
Rank #2: How to improve your social connections and boost happiness. Social connections are important and can make you happier, according to psychologist Iris Mauss of the University of California, Berkeley. But how can those who are, shall we say, not so easy going build such a network? Mauss says – just be yourself, and open up to others. “People who are perceived to be more authentic are better liked by others and have better social connections. And we have found that if you hold in your emotions, you stifle them, then others tend to perceive that as.. on average, finding you less authentic.” Mauss says accepting your negative emotions could also help you become more personable. “Having that accepting attitudes about your own emotions will make you be more open about your own emotions which I believe would be perceived by others as greater authenticity.” So, if you shy away from sharing your feelings, just give it another try!
Rank #1: Gavin Newsom Looks to Spend and Save in First Budget Proposal. Gavin Newsom Looks to Spend and Save in First Budget Proposal The price tag of the state budget that was unveiled in Sacramento this week? $209 billion. Newsom is estimating a $21 billion surplus, and says he’ll split about one-third of it between key campaign promises: housing and childhood poverty. Reporters: Marisa Lagos and Katie Orr Wait Times Increase in California’s Immigration Courts Immigration courts in California have the largest backlog of cases in the country. Now, people who have waited years to see an immigration judge may end up waiting years longer, thanks to the government shutdown. Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero Conditions at Southern Border: From San Diego to Texas Following the deaths of two toddlers who were in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Trump administration began letting migrants out of detention more quickly, without making plans for them. This is playing out all along the Southwest border — from San Diego to Texas — where people are being dropped off at fast food restaurants or bus stops without money or food. Guest: Julie Small
Rank #2: Newsom Visits Solano Prison To Plan Criminal Justice Reforms. Newsom Visits Solano Prison To Plan Criminal Justice Reforms Although Caifornia has made some progress in prison management, most notably working to reduce overcrowding, there’s still a lot to be done…. especially when it comes to rehabilitation. Governor Gavin Newsom visited Solano State Prison in Vacaville this week to get a first-hand look at the penal system. Reporter: Marisa Lagos Pardon for Former Prisoner Who Helped Female Ex-Inmates Re-Enter Society Governor Newsom pardoned an East L.A. woman, a former prisoner herself, who’s been hailed for helping other ex-inmates transition from prison to society. Reporter: Darrell Satzman, KCRW Office of Inspector General Investigates Surveillance of Activists, Lawyers and Reporters at the Border The Office of the Inspector General is investigating the U.S. Department of Homeland Security over charges it engaged in surveillance and harassment of journalists, lawyers and immigrant advocates at the U.S.-Mexico border. Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
Rank #1: Blockchain in Healthcare: The Potential Benefits, Risks. Indiana University Health is evaluating the use of blockchain in two areas to improve healthcare information security, Mitch Parker, CISO, says in an interview at the HIMSS19 conference. He sizes up the potential risks and benefits.
Rank #2: Identity as a Game-Changing Breach Defense. Often in breach response, security professionals focus on the technical aspects of the attack. Yet, the non-technical aspects are often more insidious, says Teju Shyamsundar of Okta. And Identity can be a powerful tool to bolster defenses.
Rank #1: Legal Immigration: Problems and Solutions. Congress reformed America’s legal immigration system nearly three decades ago. Since that time, the system’s outdated and arbitrary immigration quotas have doubled wait times for green cards for legal immigrants. At the border, a new challenge has emerged in the form of illegal immigration and asylum seekers from Central America. Wide bipartisan agreement exists that both temporary and permanent immigration policies need to be reformed, yet Congress and the administration have failed to settle on the best approach. As the debate continues in Congress, join us as our speakers explain the problems with and solutions for America’s legal immigration system.
Rank #2: Dealing with North and South Korea: Can Washington Square the Circle?. President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un are preparing to reprise last year’s Singapore summit. Denuclearization has not proceeded as far as the administration hoped, but reconciliation between North and South is moving forward, leading to fears of a breach between Seoul and Washington. Indeed, with negotiations over host nation support for US forces stalemated, some South Koreans fear the president might follow through on his threats to withdraw American troops.The panelists will assess the likely outcome of the summit, the role of the US-South Korean alliance, and discuss strategies to improve stability and promote disarmament. Join us for a conversation about this important issue and the prospects for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Rank #1: Put your feelings in a BOX. We sit down with LA based muralist SANDONER, and talk with no filter about men, relationships, emotional women, and what it really entails to be a PLAYERETTE! Sit back, get ready to take notes if you want to take your relationship life to the next level. Ladies, we must learn to as for what we know we deserve. Class is not in session.
Rank #2: THE MAJORITY NEEDS TO SPEAK UP!. In an ever changing society it's hard to stay up to date with the current socioeconomics & trying to keep it organized. RaqC has two guests who break it all down. We have the co-founder & partner of Hispanicize event MIAMI & LA Katherine Johnson-Gunn who tells us about how Hispanicize came to be and all about the LatinX market & the power of influence we have in the U.S. along with media guru, Jose Resendez who just moved from Miami to LA and tells us the differences from both coasts, breaking down media secrets & much much more.
Rank #1: Remembering my heart fell conversation with my mother.. This episode was one of the most emotional ones in our first year and one of our favorites. Abel and I sat down and had a candid conversation with my mother Rosa Amelia Rivera Saavedra, a woman I admire and respect tremendously. She opened her heart to us and explained how she knew it was time to ask for a divorce after 42 years of marriage. Este programa ha sido uno de los episodios mas emotivos y dificiles, pero a la misma ves uno de mis favoritos que hicimos durante nuestro primer año. Abel y yo nos sentamos en una candida plática con mi madre, Rosa Amelia Rivera Saavedra, una mujer que admiro y respeto mucho. Ella nos explico como ella llego a la decisión de divorciarse después de 42 años de matrimonio. Facebook: Rosie Rivera OficialInstagram: Rosie Rivera Oficial and AbelsworshipTwitter: Soyrosierivera Editor: Mariella SagastumeOPENFIT has changed the way we work-out and text "Power" to 303030 , for a fitness journey personalized just for you.
Rank #2: We aren’t Perfect but we’re Real. Abel and I begin our first show talking about how we started our relationship. With a ten year age difference and a tumultuous first year of marriage the odds were against our survival. Today our marriage is not perfect, but its real and stronger than ever. We hope that hearing our story might help you understand what you might be going through or maybe help you avoid our mistakes. We want to hear your story as well, maybe we can learn from you too. If you enjoyed this episode go over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave us a rating, a review and please subscribe.Would you like to get in touch with us? Email us at Thepowerofus@yahoo.com Twitter: soyrosierivera FB: Rosie Rivera oficial IG: Rosie Rivera Oficial and Abelsworship Credits: Producer: Silvia Couso-CelisEditor: Mariella SagastumeEngineer: Cesar Haliwa
Rank #1: TWiL 443: Popularity Ponzi Schemes. In this episode, Denise and Stefan discuss how the EU's highest court had to wake up and taste the cheese to decide whether taste is copyrightable, and how the EU's copyright directive might be financially unfeasible even for YouTube. They also look at who must or should make disclosures; as in, "Is that a real metal band or are your paid bots just happy to see me?" The rise of Nanoinfluencers and CGI influencers, police seek Echo recordings in another murder case, and coming soon to California courts: algorithms deciding who gets out on bail. Hosts: Denise Howell and Stefan Szpajda Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-law.Public list of discussion pointsTWiL on FacebookAttorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms. Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music. Sponsor: SlideBelts.com/TWIT code: TWIT
Rank #2: TWiL 441: Laws of Premium Vodka and The Horse. Blockchain experts Joshua Ashley Klayman and Ethan M. Seery join Denise Howell and Stefan Szpajda to talk about Bitcoin's 10th birthday, how Bitcoin is not really anonymous, ICO's and Securities Law, how cryptocurrencies should be regulated, Malta's strategy for the blockchain, does blockchain conflict with GDPR? And more! Hosts: Denise Howell and Stefan Szpajda Guests: Joshua Ashley Klayman and Ethan M. Seery Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-law.Public list of discussion pointsTWiL on FacebookAttorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms. Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music.
Rank #1: 15: ¿El tamaño importa? Episodio 15. Te doy la respuesta a la pregunta del millón: ¿El tamaño importa? Te vas a sorpender con lo que dice el estudio más reciente.
Rank #2: 18: ¿Cual a sido el mejor viaje de tu vida? Episodio 18. ¿Que tan saludable es tomar vacaciones? Platicamos con varias personas cuales son sus lugares favoritos para ir de vacaciones y además Raul El Pelón te dice que lugar le cambio la vida.