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Today on Long Island Tea, Kristen and Sharon are talking all things FAWL on LAWNG ISLAND, from where to get the best mums (and Sharon's hack to make them last longer), to pumpkin flavored everything. Plus upcoming events like Riverhead's Oktoberfest, Sannino's Harvest Moon Dinner and The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze. For #LongIslandLife, the first ever Ironman competition will be this week at Jones Beach and Stony Brook University is one of the best schools in the nation. In other news, a loosened dress code for the Senate, a bear in Disney World, and a hilarious TikTok trend to try on all the men in your life. Kristen talks about crazy parents in college Facebook groups. The ladies close the show with CelebrITEA about Hugh Jackman, Jimmy Fallon, and a Hallmark Channel Christmas Cruise. Sands is a proud sponsor of the Long Island Tea Podcast.Incomparable Luxury. Sands leaves nothing to the imagination. Visit sandsnewyork.com#LONGISLANDLIFE:The Great Jack O'Lantern Blazehttps://pumpkinblaze.org/blaze-long-island.htmlRiverhead Oktoberfesthttps://reflextionsriverhead.com/oktoberfest-riverhead/Sannino Vineyard's Harvest Moon Dinnerhttps://www.sanninovineyard.com/in-house-events/2022/9/9/harvest-moon-dinnerIron Man Competition at Jones Beachhttps://www.ironman.com/im703-new-yorkGIVEAWAY (last chance!):GiftMix: https://shopgiftmix.com/@shopgiftmix on Facebook & InstagramASK US ANYTHING!DM us on Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us what you want to hear! Whether it is Long Island related or not, the ladies are here to spill some tea with you!TAG US!@DiscoverLongIsland and @LongIslandTeaPodcast and join the conversation!TEA TIME:Check out our Amazon Affiliate link:www.amazon.com/shop/discoverlongislandWATCH US:And SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/DiscoverLongIslandNYFOLLOW US:Follow The Long Island Tea podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @LongIslandTeaPodcastWRITE TO US:Email email@example.com if you are interested in collaborating with us, need some "uncorked advice"or if you just want to say “How you doin?”RATE AND REVIEW US:Be sure to leave us a 5 star rating and review wherever you're listening, and screenshot your review for $5 off our Merch!WEAR US:Shop Long Island merch at shop.discoverlongisland.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“Be reflective and strategic and intentional about the life that you're designing so that you can create the vision that is right for you.” —Joelle K. Jay, Ph.D. Do you have work-life balance? There are only so many hours in the day and there's only so much of you to go around. So how do you have a work-life balance? Is it even possible? I don't have kids, so I know it's hard to believe me when I say work-life balance is possible. But I promise that it is, and I brought in a guest to prove it to you: my friend Joelle K. Jay, Ph.D., who specializes in leadership development for senior executives in Fortune 500 companies. She helps leaders achieve what they want to achieve and live the lives they want to live. She's also a mom who balances career and family, and she's sharing her best insights in this episode. Tune in to learn how to get clear on what you want your life to actually look and feel like, and how to turn it into reality. Key areas discussed: 0:00 Introduction 4:19 How Joelle helped a client go from burning the candle at both ends at a Fortune 500 company to building a 7-figure firm with the work-life balance of her dreams 5:58 Joelle's journey balancing career and family 7:51 Personal leadership philosophy and how it can help you lead the life you want to live 10:35 How to clarify what you want for your life 13:32 Ongoing, in-the-moment adjustments to what's realistic and possible for your day 9:18 The real secret to work-life balance 23:58 This is a key tool of work-life balance 29:13 Different models for work-life balance 36:10 The most important thing to remember in all of this, according to Joelle 38:40 Unique challenges and advice for working moms 44:40 How to take a sabbatical and keep everything else flowing Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0iK9RzwW6HQ or listen whenever you get podcasts: www.SamanthaHartley.com/blog-podcast. Connect with Joelle and take her 5-minute Personal Leadership self-assessment at https://www.joellekjay.com/. Check out her book, The Inner Edge, about the ten practices of personal leadership: https://theinneredge.com/about/the-book/ Episode Hashtags: #Consulting #WorkingMoms #WorkLifeBalance #Leadership
This week I'll bring you an older episode on revival along with a reminder about where we've been and where we're going as the Raised Catholic community. You can always listen to older episodes of the podcast for free on Apple or Spotify or wherever you listen, and let's talk about it all over on substack. If you'd like to connect with me, find me on Instagram, at my website, or on Substack. If you'd like to help support this podcast financially, there's a way to do just that on my page at buymeacoffee.com! Thanks for sharing, subscribing, rating, and reviewing, as this helps our community to grow. Thanks as always to my friend, Peter Vaughan-Vail, for providing the beautiful harp music you hear in this and every episode. Here are some resources I hope will help you to engage with this week's topic in a deeper way for yourself: 1. Song: Awakening, by Amanda Lindsey Cook 2. Ongoing coverage on the Global Synod on Synodality from America Magazine 3. Letters: Readers Thoughts on the $28 million Eucharistic Revival, from National Catholic Reporter 4. Album: Survey Part One, from Amanda Lindsey Cook 5. Article: 12 Signs of a Revival, from Northwest University 6. Deconstruction = revival IG Follows: The New Evangelicals and Kate Boyd and The Jesus Lens 7. Song: Common Ground, by Matt Maher, featuring Dee Wilson
At just 15 years old, Inspectah Deck had to learn how to hold his own against older, more dangerous convicts when he was sent to jail for selling crack to an undercover cop. It wasn't the first time he did hard time. Multiple stints behind bars gave him nothing but time – to reflect, to strategize, to learn how to rap, and to take that new skill and use it to turn his life around on the outside. But years later, the bad decisions of his youth were just some of the reasons why the the NYPD, the ATF, and the FBI were so interested in his groundbreaking hip-hop group. To see the full list of contributors, see the show notes at www.disgracelandpod.com. Sign up for our newsletter and get the inside dirt on events, merch and other awesomeness - GET THE NEWSLETTER Support our Advertising Partners: Factor: factormeals.com/disgraceland50 Code: DISGRACELAND50 ZBiotics: ZBiotics.com/DISGRACELAND Code: DISGRACELAND Liquid IV: liquid-iv.com/disgraceland Code: DISGRACELAND Follow Jake and DISGRACELAND: Instagram YouTube X (formerly Twitter) Facebook Fan Group TikTok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patrick Guzzle, M.P.H., M.A. is the Vice President of Food Science for the National Restaurant Association. He has been involved in retail food safety for over 20 years, since his wife contracted Escherichia coli O157:H7. Patrick's career in food safety began as an Environmental Health Specialist in the Southeastern Idaho Public Health District. He later became the Environmental Health Supervisor and was involved in all aspects of environmental health. In 2004, Patrick was hired as the Idaho Food Protection Program Manager with the State Division of Public Health. During that time, he served as President of the Idaho Environmental Health Association. In 2018, Patrick started Mountain West Food Safety LLC and was the Principal Consultant. In addition to helping several clients strengthen their own food safety efforts, Patrick regularly taught ServSafe® courses throughout Idaho and Eastern Oregon. Patrick has been an active participant in the Conference for Food Protection (CFP) and has served on several Committees, as well as Chairing Council II within the CFP. He served as Chair of the CFP from 2016–2018. He has received several commendations for his collaborative efforts with other organizations over the years. Patrick is an active member of the Association of Food and Drug Officials, the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), and the Western Association of Food and Drug Officials. He is also an adjunct professor of Public Health at Boise State University. Patrick received an M.P.H., an M.A. in Anthropology, and a B.A. in Spanish from Idaho State University. Melissa Ham, R.E.H.S., is a North Carolina native who has spent over half of her life working in Environmental Health. Her career started in 1989 with a local health department Environmental Health Programs. In 2001, she continued her career as an Environmental Health Regional Specialist. During her 18 years at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, she worked with local health department programs, served on committees, and was tasked with coordination of the FDA Retail Program Standards. In 2010, Melissa worked to adopt the most current FDA Food Code in North Carolina. Since retirement, she has been working part time in the field, and was recently hired by Wake County Environmental Services as the Retail Program Standard Coordinator through the FDA Capacity Building grant. Glenda R. Lewis, M.S.P.H., is the Director of Retail Food Protection Staff at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (FDA's CFSAN) in the Office of Food Safety. Between beginning at FDA in 1996 and serving in her current role, Glenda started as a Team Member in, and then spent 14 years as Team Leader of, CFSAN's Retail Food Policy Team, with responsibility for leading the team in developing, revising, and interpreting regulations, model codes (such as the FDA Food Code), and federal guidelines that pertain to retail-level food operations (e.g., restaurants, retail food stores, food vending, and institutional foodservice facilities). Prior to FDA, Glenda served for eight years with the Volusia County Health Department in Florida as an Environmental Health Specialist. She holds a B.S. degree in Biology from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia and a M.S. degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Andre Pierce, M.P.A. joined FDA in January 2022 as the Retail Food Protection Division Director in the Office of State Cooperative Programs (OSCP). He came to the position with 34 years of experience at a local health department in building relationships, sharing knowledge, and promoting quality improvement through the Voluntary Retail Program Standards. Andre earned his B.Sc. degree in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his M.P.A. from North Carolina State University. In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak with Patrick, Melissa, Glenda, and Andre [24:02] about: How FDA's Food Code provides a framework of uniformity and consistency in the midst of decentralized retail food safety regulation in the U.S. How the Conference for Food Protection works with FDA and state restaurant associations to make recommendations about and support Food Code implementation The work it took to adopt the Food Code in North Carolina New topics addressed in the most recent Food Code (released in December 2022), and what new responsibilities the changes place on state and local health departments and restaurants Benefits that the Food Code bring to regulators, industry, and consumers The ways in which funding from FDA and NEHA has enhanced North Carolina's participation in the Retail Food Program Standards How FDA encourages Food Code adoption, for example, though Retail Food Safety Regulatory Association collaborative How the National Restaurant Association incorporates Food Code concepts into ServSafe guidance and resources FDA's method for keeping the Food Code updated and how it may evolve in the future, and the possibility of a national Food Code implementation strategy. News and Resources NARMS Releases 2020 Report on AMR Trends in Foodborne Pathogens [1:30] CDC Identifies Significant REP Strain of E. coli Causing Outbreaks Linked to Leafy Greens [5:08] Expanded Food Safety Investigation Act Would Give FDA, CDC Authority to Test for Pathogens on Farms to Trace Outbreaks [7:00] Scientists Discover Microbe That Degrades Harmful Mycotoxin [12:08] Titanium Dioxide Removed From California Food Safety Act; Four Chemicals Still Under Consideration for Ban [14:22] FDA to Hold Public Listening Session on Recall Modernization (Register) [19:00] Register for the Food Safety Magazine Webinar “Foreign Object Control: Best Practices in Food Processing and Foodservice” We Want to Hear from You! Please send us your questions and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hour 3: John Greco on the issues Jed Wills are facing and if he can overcome it? Do football fans have issues with Taylor Swift attending Chiefs games showing interest of Taylor Swift?
John Greco on what his concerns are about Jedrick Wills Jr and whether or not he can turn it around. Why it's tough to move players to different positions on the offensive line. What will the offensive identity become post-Nick Chubb?
As the jury begins their Christmas holiday break, we keep things moving here at the Epstein Chronicles. In this episode we get right back to the Grand Jury transcripts from Florida and the secrecy that has surrounded them for decades.(Commercial at 13:54)To contact me:email@example.com:https://www.palmbeachpost.com/restricted/?return=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.palmbeachpost.com%2Fstory%2Fnews%2F2021%2F12%2F20%2Fjeffrey-epstein-case-judge-wont-release-secret-grand-jury-documents%2F6267196001%2FThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
What if my dog doesn't like my baby? What if my dog accidentally hurts my kids? What if my kids accidentally hurt our dog? When should we add a puppy to our family? Am I a horrible person if I feel like it's too hard to parent kids and dogs at the same time?If you're a dog mom who's having a baby soon, who's worrying about how your dog responds to your newly mobile toddler, who's considering adding another dog or child to your family, or who's wondering how to tame the chaos that comes from living with kids and dogs at the same time, this is the podcast for you.Parenting Kids and Dogs 101 is a limited series podcast packed with actionable tips on how to make living with kids and dogs safer, less stressful, and more enjoyable. Whether you are an experienced dog mom who is new to parenting or you are an experienced parent who is new to dogs, this podcast will offer you tried and true strategies that will help all of your family members (dogs included, of course) to have the relationship you always dreamed of. Hosted by certified professional dog trainer, mom and former teacher Michelle Stern, each episode will answer questions that keep worried parents up at night.For some of my best resources and to start the process of making your life with kids and dogs less stressful, download the free workbook that accompanies this podcast series.Ongoing support for parents with dogsIt's only natural for questions about our kids and dogs to arise from time to time, especially as our babies grow up and our dogs mature. And if I'm being honest, it's not really worth asking for free advice from friends or online because you can't rely on the accuracy of the feedback you are getting. If you'd like to learn more about The Pooch Parenting Society, where I offer practical life and science-based tips and strategies, ongoing support and a safe place to share, head on over to www.safekidsanddogs.com. From one parent to another, I see you and I promise, you're not alone.Thank you for listening! Want to learn more about Pooch Parenting and how we can help you? If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review on Apple Podcasts. Looking for QUICK dog and parenting tips? Sign up for my free on-demand summit.
Our next guest, John Thompson, welcomed us into his uniquely adorned apartment in Santa Fe—a space transformed into a haven of new age universe vibes. His apartment resonated with the atmosphere of his endeavors, including a makeshift recording area for his audio books—a testament to his dedication.John's upbringing was colored by his adopted mother's determination to pursue her passion for singing, performing wherever she could, even in churches and prisons. At 24, a significant turn of events occurred when his birth mother reached out to him on Facebook. Their meeting, along with the discovery of a sibling, proved overwhelming for a young man processing the complexities of these new relationships.As we delve deeper into John's narrative, we uncover his writing journey, which began as early as fourth grade and has since flourished into a complex and vast ecosystem of creative expression. John's adult audio work is a testament to his dedication to curating and sharing this expansive literary world.Despite his artistic inclinations, John also engaged in sports during his high school years. A recurring theme in many of our guests' stories—the profound influence of grandparents—shines through. For John, his grandma Lona stood as a guiding force, grounding him throughout his life journey.John generously shares his writing process, reflecting on the lessons he's learned along the way: the significance of carving out dedicated writing time, the importance of pursuing one's bliss, the reminder not to become a mere chapter in someone else's story, and the recognition that life is an ongoing draft, allowing us to learn from our mistakes.In this installment of The Jar, we join John as he opens up about his life experiences, weaving together tales of family dynamics, personal growth, and the power of creative expression. For more of John check out:His website: www.adultstorytime.netInstagram: gratefulwanderer7Podcast: Oddville revue with Adam Herman and John thompsonFor more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Andy Jennings—the brilliant singer-songwriter of the Christian indie band Dissident Prophet—for a wide-ranging conversation as part of the ongoing series here at TMR called: "Following Christ in the New Old Normal."This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
Forrester Research releases a few annual reoccurring cybersecurity reports, but one of the biggest that covers the most ground is the Security Risk Planning Guide, which was recently released for 2024. One of the report's 17 authors, and research director, Merritt Maxim, will walk us through the report's most interesting insights and highlights. This is going to be considerably interesting considering some of this year's trends impacting security teams: An economic downturn, resulting in layoffs and budget freezes The widespread proliferation of generative AI technology The relentless and resilient nature of cybercrime, despite some notable law enforcement wins Ongoing discussion about the role and relevance of SOCs, CISO's, as well as the security department place in today's enterprise Increased enterprise reliance on SaaS and Cloud, as vendors and service providers continue to struggle with securing their products and services If you've ever played Dungeons & Dragons, you probably know that the quality of the experience depends on how prepared, experienced, and talented the Dungeon Master is. Today, we'll talk to InfoSec DM and practitioner extraordinaire Ryan Fried about some of the key elements that separate a good cybersecurity tabletop exercise from a bad one! This is literally his day job at Mandiant, and it doesn't hurt to have one of the world's largest libraries of attacker TTPs and the collective lessons learned from thousands of actual incident response experiences. This week we talk about finding, acquisitions and the state of the market. If you're interested in cybersecurity market discussion, this is the episode for you. We also discuss what makes a cybersecurity influencer. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-332
The origin story of making this episode happen all started with a social media thread. This one, in fact: https://bit.ly/3RvUNBE Industry advisor, Steve Goldberg posted something about onboarding as IMMERSION in job, team and culture --- which got my co-host Jess Von Bank's quick response and the attention of Meg Bear, President & SPO of SAP SuccessFactors, and Gordon Ritchie, Principal Consultant, Skills Architecture & Transformation at Skill Collective.So we decided to take this conversation to the community. We hashed out one of the most important moments that matter for your workforce — and the biggest ROI opportunity for business. Jess likes to call it Onboarding & Ongoing. How can we treat this critical step in the talent journey as a strategic launchpad and not a tactical checklist? Especially as so many organizations profess to become skills-based, to prioritize employee well-being, and to create true connection to corporate values?
Forrester Research releases a few annual reoccurring cybersecurity reports, but one of the biggest that covers the most ground is the Security Risk Planning Guide, which was recently released for 2024. One of the report's 17 authors, and research director, Merritt Maxim, will walk us through the report's most interesting insights and highlights. This is going to be considerably interesting considering some of this year's trends impacting security teams: An economic downturn, resulting in layoffs and budget freezes The widespread proliferation of generative AI technology The relentless and resilient nature of cybercrime, despite some notable law enforcement wins Ongoing discussion about the role and relevance of SOCs, CISO's, as well as the security department place in today's enterprise Increased enterprise reliance on SaaS and Cloud, as vendors and service providers continue to struggle with securing their products and services Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-332
Today – An update about an ongoing situation with the Sierra Vista Police Department and Joyce Clark Middle School. Support the show: https://www.myheraldreview.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The United Auto Workers' strike against General Motors, Ford and Stellantis, (which makes cars under the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands) has entered its fifth day with no signs of an early breakthrough and against the threat that the walkout could soon spread. A spokesman for General Motors said that representatives of the company and the United Auto Workers were continuing to negotiate on Monday. So far, the strike is limited to about 13,000 workers at three factories — one each at GM, Ford Motor and Stellantis. On the heels of several other major union strikes (including strikes by Writers Guild of America and Screen Actors Guild) these striking unions are impacting the economy at a level not seen in decades. Kurt Petersen, longtime union activist and co-president of UNITE HERE Local 11 joins Tavis to unpack the far-reaching consequences of these ongoing strikes.
Welcome to episode 47, where we'll discuss our top tips for training your marketing team. Our co-founder Alison will dive into the importance of ongoing education and training in the agency and marketing space. At UMAI, our approach has always been to hire & train bright individuals with potential and focus on ongoing education for our team. We've developed our own comprehensive training course, drawing from our decade of experience as in-house marketers, as well as in our marketing agency. In this episode, Alison will share key insights to elevate your marketing team's skills and help your brand scale. Let's get started!
"Our mission is the same as it's always been... to help people discover & follow Jesus." In this message, Pastor Jack kicks off week 1 of our series "Heart & Soul." —— If you want to support what God is doing through Cityline, click here: https://app.securegive.com/Cityline/main/donate/category Want to learn more about Cityline and how to get involved? Click here: https://citylineonline.org Are you in need of prayer or someone to talk with? Click here: https://citylineonline.org/prayer —— Follow us on socials! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/citylineonline/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/citylineonline/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCumM40GFhmHumITXmh8MV0g Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cityline-church/id1308579363?mt=2 Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/0pHyJ5pxtry1tIMlD9ZBPd?si=e01fc4636d5543e1
SEASON 4 of Emetophobia Help TRIGGER WARNING: Words such as "vomit,” “throw up” and "sick" may be used. Host: Anna Christie, Psychotherapist and Emetophobia SpecialistIntro Music: YouTube Audio Library, "Far Away (Sting)" by MK2, Used with Permission.Anna's Website - INFO for emetophobics: www.emetophobiahelp.org10 Emetophobia CLASSES with Anna: info at www.emetophobiahelp.orgFacebook Group: Emetophobia NO PANICANNA & DAVID'S BOOK: Emetophobia: Understanding and Treating Fear of Vomiting in Children and Adults: Russ, David, Dr., Christie, Anna S., EMETOPHOBIA RESEARCH CHARITY: www.emetaction.orgFOR KIDS: "Turnaround Anxiety Program" with Emetophobia supplement (McCarthy/Russ) and Emetophobia! The Ultimate Kids' Guide eBook : Russ. PhD, DavidSupport the showAnna and David's NEW Resource Website: www.emetophobia.net
Check out season 11, episode 5 of Beach Weekly as host Lei Madrigal covers the official CSU tuition increase, psychological services on campus, catastrophic floods in Libya and more. The Counseling and Psychological Services department on campus, also known as CAPS, offers free mental health help to all enrolled students. Students can meet with a counselor through one-on-one sessions, group sessions, Zoom meetings or in-person meetings. The CAPS office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the second floor of Brotman Hall in room 226. The CSU Board of Trustees voted Wednesday, Sept. 13 to approve the proposed 6% tuition increase for all CSU campuses that would take place over the next five years, beginning in the fall of 2024 and ending in 2029. Students were consistently protesting the tuition increase on CSU campuses as well as outside of the trustee meeting in Long Beach last Tuesday. Many students also spoke out during public comment at the meeting to oppose the tuition increase. Most fast-food workers in California will get a mandatory raise starting April 1, 2024 that would increase their minimum wage to $20 an hour under a deal between labor unions and the fast-food industry. It will apply only to fast-food restaurants with over 60 locations nationwide. The raise would not apply to restaurants that have a bakery and sell bread as a single menu item. A federal grand jury indicted five former Memphis police officers for the death of Tyre Nichols which happened in Jan. of this year. Each former officer was charged with excessive force, deliberate indifference and evidence tampering. They also face criminal court charges for second-degree murder, aggravated assault, oppression and misconduct. All five former officers are pleading not guilty to the charges against them. Danelo Cavalcante, a murderer charged for killing his ex-girlfriend in 2021, escaped from a Pennsylvania jail on Aug. 31 and was found last Wednesday, Sept. 13. He made his way around Chester County, Penn. for two weeks before an aerial thermal imaging camera sensed him hiding behind a John Deere store. There, authorities captured him and he was charged with felony escape and relocated to a maximum security prison. Tropical Storm Daniel brought mass devastation to Libya, leaving neighborhoods ruined and corpses lining the streets. Ongoing search efforts have left rescuers to estimate that the death toll is as high as 20,000 as of Thursday, Sept. 14. According to the World Health Organization, 3,460 corpses have been recovered and over 11,000 deaths have been confirmed since the storm hit on Sept. 10. Another 10,000 people are reported missing. Danny Masterson, well-known for his role on "That '70s Show", was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for raping two women in the early 2000s. He will be eligible for parole when he is 77 years old. Host: Lei Madrigal Editor: Julia Goldman Producers: El Nicklin, Aidan Swanepoel Like, comment, and follow us on your favorite platform for more content! Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-49er-podcasts/id1488484518?uo=4 Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9kMzEwMjEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/4HJaqJep02kHeIQy8op1n1 Overcasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1488484518/daily-49er-podcasts
Two years after her death, justice for Filipino artist Bree Jonson remains elusive. This is frustrating, heartbreaking and a stark reminder that the wheels of the justice systemin our country is so slow and so hindered by power, influence and wealth that it might as well be stationary at this point.I decided to re-release this to help the case in some small way, to have people care more or care again, to get her name out again because her family deserves closure and we, as Filipinos, need to see once in a while that justice is not entirely out of reach - something that most Filipinos do not believe in anymore.I ask that you help me in making Bree's name appear in algorithms and mentions again. Say her name and keep her case in the media.Thank you.PS - I am still in the process of migrating all the blog posts I made two years ago when this case was first reported, so I have no sources list per se but I copy-pasted my blog posts onto a Google Doc that you can now find here. I have not formatted it, so it looks rather messy but this is all what I have written back then.Support me:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/juzewobaLAGIM is on social media, so make sure to check me out:https://www.instagram.com/lagimpodcast/https://twitter.com/LagimPodhttps://facebook.com/lagimpodcast/https://www.tiktok.com/@lagimpodcastLagim is now also on Threads! Just search for "lagimpodcast".Subscribe to LAGIM's YouTube channel:https://bit.ly/3rFdWCgFollow, rate and review LAGIM on Apple Podcasts and Spotify:https://spoti.fi/3qamBxlhttps://apple.co/3r3XjzT
Episode 350 of The Playstation Show UK (TpSUK) Along side the gaming news, upcoming releases and community emails and trophy counts, this episode we also talk about Playstation State Of PlayEnjoy Support this Podcast
In this episode, shop owners are suing their landlords for crime increase. Candidates with the two worst polling numbers are running together; how will that equal a win? Biden unfreezes $6B in Iranian assets in secretive exchange.
Interview with Jason Attew, President & CEO of Liberty Gold Corp.Recording date: 13th September 2023Liberty Gold is advancing its flagship Black Pine and Goldstrike projects in Idaho and Utah. With over 7 million ounces of exploration potential, these past-producing, open-pit, heap leach operations offer significant upside.An updated resource estimate outlines 2.6 million ounces of gold in the Indicated category at Black Pine. Ongoing metallurgical testing demonstrates rapid gold leach kinetics, supporting a variety of processing options. Active exploration drilling continues to expand resources at depth and along strike.At Goldstrike, the focus is on de-risking and advancing the project. Upcoming catalysts include an updated resource estimate and potential pre-feasibility study. Additional growth potential exists at the earlier-stage TV Tower project in Turkey.With its proven technical team, high-grade deposits, and location in mining-friendly jurisdictions, Liberty Gold is poised to unlock significant value for shareholders through systematic exploration and development. Key near-term catalysts include ongoing drill results and updated technical studies across its portfolio.View Liberty Gold's Company Profile at: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/companies/liberty-gold
The pandemic is officially over, but the virus that causes COVID-19 is not done with us yet. To keep up with treatments and public health policies, we need to understand the source of it says author and science writer David Quammen.
Andrea and Dr. Barrie Tan continue their conversation about tocotrienols and their benefits for overall health especially in perimenopause and menopause. You can watch their first interview here (https://youtu.be/r4sT4khechI).Dr. Barrie Tan is a Ph.D. in chemistry and biochemistry who's an expert on Tocotrienols, a potent form of Vitamin E.Buy Morphus Toco-E here: https://bit.ly/44TxFAt0:21 Introductions and a discussion of carotenes, antioxidants, and polyphenols in relationship to annatto and tocotrienols.5:45 Explanation of cells and how fat protects cells from oxidative stress or damage.8:51 The difference between tocopherol and tocotrienol and why tocotrienols are better.11:22 The different types of supplements of vitamin E that you might see at the store and what the studies in the 1990s say about cardiovascular or anti-cancer benefits of tocopherols.14:12 How Barrie persisted in his research and the many studies he has participated in on cholesterol, prediabetes, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, fatty liver, and inflammation. In particular, people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) had a surprising benefit and were able to lose weight in the range of 10-15 pounds in 3-12 months.20:55 Hypercholesterolemia, cholesterol, and tocotrienols and how C-reactive protein relates to changes in LDL composition.28:54 Triglycerides (hypertriglyceridemia) and Syndrome X or Metabolic Syndrome and how tocotrienls help manage triglycerides.34:44 Dosing of tocotrienols35:00 Cancer studies and tocotrienols41:19 Ongoing studies relating to obesity and overweight individuals.43:40 Chemotherapy, tamoxifen, and tocotrienols46:17 How tocotrienols can act as an insurance policy52:04 Tocotrienols for IBD and Crhons54:38 Tocotrienols and menopausal women and bone health59:09 How estrogen acts as an antioxidant and the estrogenic properties of tocotrienols.1:03:48 Brain health and tocotrienols1:07:10 Heart disease and tocotrienols1:13:35 Hair growth and tocotrienols1:15:06 Hot flashes and tocotrienolsBuy Morphus Toco-E here: https://bit.ly/44TxFAtNote: Always take tocotrienols with a meal for best absorption.Barrie Tan's First Interview with Andrea https://youtu.be/r4sT4khechIWatch this video https://youtu.be/OmY0KoFqkJ0Join our Wearemorphus PRIVATE group: https://bit.ly/2MsxBBf======
At the 30th anniversary of the failed Oslo Accords and the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we must ask "Who really failed us?". Caroline's guest in this week's show is Yigal Carmon, the founder and President of the Middle East Media Research Institute, (MEMRI). Carmon is a former senior intelligence officer and advisor to Prime Ministers Yitzhak Shamir and Rabin and was one of the first to bring Yassir Arafat's speeches calling for jihad to the attention of leading Israeli media figures, and politicians in real-time. MEMRI has also played a crucial role since 9/11 in exposing those who preach jihad and terrorism.
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Max played Starfield. Ash joins to discuss. This is MAXimum News for September 11, 2023 — fast-paced, on-point gaming news and industry analysis with atypical gamers Max Derrat and Sybsidian. Series archive (YouTube) ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBV81U7BXltW3WrJe8GiXXIsuY7rwWqr9 Audio version (available on all major podcast platforms) ► https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maximum-news Max Derrat on YouTube ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj8orMezFWVcoN-4S545Wtw Max Derrat on Twitter ► https://www.twitter.com/maxderrat Syb on YouTube & Twitter ► See below! ~~~~ WELCOME TO THE LEAGUE! ~~~~ We are writers, artists, developers & media professionals with a passion for video games and nerd culture. We hope our content helps to enhance your enjoyment of the games and fictional worlds we all love! SUBSCRIBE for more game guides, walkthroughs, reviews, comedy & lore ► https://www.youtube.com/thetriplesleague?sub_confirmation=1 DON'T MISS MAXimum News weekly on this channel — fast-paced, on-point gaming news and industry analysis with atypical gamers Max Derrat and Sybsidian! ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBV81U7BXltW3WrJe8GiXXIsuY7rwWqr9 OTHER CHANNELS WE THINK YOU'LL LOVE: • Max Derrat - the original Simpsons-kin presents game and film analysis that makes you SMARTER! ► https://www.youtube.com/@maxderrat • Sceneometry - Ash K. Ryan's hilarious, geek-level deep dives into movies & TV shows ► https://www.youtube.com/@Sceneometry • Triple S Radio - Epic music for gaming & studying ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8YTY05Uv8RTjWdbpKghHAg • AI Plays - A humorous look at game-playing AI ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxfYDItE_060H41EhdXHwZA SUPPORT US - We need YOUR help to keep doing what we do! • Patreon ► https://www.patreon.com/TheTripleSLeague • Guilded subscriptions ► https://www.guilded.gg/the-triple-s-league • Channel membership (main channel) ► https://www.youtube.com/thetriplesleague/join • Merch ► https://teespring.com/stores/thetriplesleague BOOK • Best of Classic Card Games: A Rule and Play Reference for Your Favorite Games ► https://amzn.to/3Czza9P ONLINE COMMUNITIES - Escapism, fandom, & friendships! • Guilded ► https://www.guilded.gg/the-triple-s-league • Discord ► https://discord.gg/WDQJTJw SOCIAL MEDIA • Twitter ► https://twitter.com/TripleSLeague --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maximum-news/message
On this edition of “The Pulse”, Bill Anderson is joined by Sheryl Lee Ralph . Sheryl talks about the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike and why this is a seminal moment in the entertainment industry. Sheryl also talks to Bill about growing up during integration, her 4+ decade career, and why she doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon. “The Pulse” has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Michael Rapaport, Sarah Silverman, Ruben Studdard, Clay Aiken, Jeff Ross, New Edition, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Donnell Rawlings, Vivica A. Fox, Bill Bellamy, Michael Blackson, Gavin Rossdale, Sheila E., Jay Mohr, Jerry O'Connell, Star Jones, Mo'Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Kenny Lattimore, and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.
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Orisanmi Burton returns to the podcast to discuss his forthcoming book Tip of the Spear: Black Radicalism, Prison Repression, and the Long Attica Revolt. We recorded this episode on August 21st the anniversary of the assassination of George Jackson, and we release it on September 9th, the 52nd anniversary of the Attica Rebellion. We spoke with Dr. Burton for over three hours and will release the conversation in segments. In this episode we talk about Dr. Burton's methodology and why this book is different from other historical renderings of Attica, something that will immediately be apparent as we get into the discussion. We talk in this episode about the relationship between prisons, slavery, war and the law. Burton also shares reflections on the New York City Jail Rebellions of 1970, also known as the Tombs Rebellion or the Tombs Uprising. We talk about ways that Dr. Burton works with political Blackness and different notions of manhood through meditations from Queen Mother Moore and Kuwasi Balagoon. Burton reflects on how rebels gained leverage in zones of captivity and recalibrate our understanding of the Panther 21 by examining their impact and influence as political actors amid their repression. We also discuss different aspects of the lesser known November 1970 Auburn Prison Rebellion. In the remainder of our conversation with Orisanmi Burton we will discuss his work's treatment specifically on the Attica Revolt. This is our 4th conversation with Orisanmi Burton and we will link the others as even though they are on separate writings, they all relate to this book and interventions within it and fill in gaps we don't cover in this episode. If you haven't already, go out and pre-order this book. I mean no disrespect to the other authors who've written great books this year, there are some other great contenders, but this is the best book that I've read this year. And if you like what we do, please become a patron of the show. As I mentioned last time, this podcast keeps me more than busy with full-time work. And I know it keeps Josh extremely busy as well. You can become a patron of the show for as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism. We have some special announcements coming soon there too that you won't want to miss. Our previous episodes with Orisanmi Burton
North Carolina A&T & North Carolina Central face off in the Aggie Eagle Classic. Davius Richard, Latrell Collier, Kenji Christian & Wesley Graves are the highlight players in this one. Trei Oliver wants NCCU to have more explosive plays in the passing game while NCAT prides themselves in not allowing big plays. NCAT is going to run the ball with the tandem of Christian and Graves. That will be the defining matchup of the game. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
The University of Idaho has once again postponed the demolition of the Moscow residence where four students tragically lost their lives in November. This delay has become indefinite due to the recent postponement of the murder suspect Bryan Kohberger's trial. University officials have decided to maintain their earlier decision to defer the demolition of the off-campus property on King Road. The university, which took ownership of the house earlier this year, is committed to withholding demolition activities until at least mid-December. The institution is currently without a specific demolition date and lacks established plans for the property's future. The university spokesperson emphasized their commitment to balancing students' education with respecting the memories of the victims. Bryan Kohberger, the murder suspect, faces serious charges, including four counts of first-degree murder, and the university faced opposition from some victims' families who expressed concerns about destroying the property before Kohberger's trial concluded. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
It's the fifth and FINAL day of the Fourth Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon, and it ends on a Sun/Jupiter trine and a lovely, Venus-ruled day! Act naturally, beautify your environment,, and let good things come your way. The Cancer Moon hits some choppy waters as we look ahead to next week's New Moon; in the Days of the Week segment, April takes a look at traditions related to Friday, Saturday and Sunday; Listeners Lori and Teresa send their regards; plus, all the news of Podathon, including how to make your donation, receive special gifts, and be enrolled in a drawing for one of five fabulous prizes! Thanks for listening this week - and be sure to make your donation by Sep. 11 to be entered in a drawing for a chance to win “prizes, people – so many prizes!” Donate at BIGSKYASTROPOD.COM Subscribe to April's mailing list and get a free lunar workbook at each New Moon! Thanks to voice artist Tim McHugh for the special Podathon intro! Hire Tim here! Timestamps [0:38] It's the 4th Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon, with five daily episodes, all the week's planetary news, some special podathon segments, and a chance to win prizes! [2:00] Donate $25 or more to be entered into the drawing! One grand prize winner will win a 90-minute reading with April. One lucky listener will win a 60-minute reading with April. Another lucky donor will win a free enrollment into one of April's upcoming classes. And two lucky winners will win a personalized copy of April's “Followed by a Moonshadow” eclipse report. Ongoing monthly donors are also entered! [3:21] Can't contribute $25 or more? That's ok! Donate $10 or more to gain access to April's special episodes for the Equinoxes and Solstices. :) [3:54] And if you can't contribute financially, here are some free ways to help the show! Please subscribe or follow Big Sky Astrology Podcast on your app of choice. Enthusiastic ratings and reviews are welcome. And please share the show with your astrology loving friends. [5:20] Greetings from Listener Lori! [5:46] Today (4:12 AM PDT), the Sun trines Jupiter at 15º33' Virgo and Taurus. Simple tasks and being our natural selves are the road to satisfaction and reward! [7:48] Moon Report! The Moon is in its sign of rulership, Cancer and trines Saturn (3:43 AM PDT) at 2°55' Cancer-Pisces. Emotions could get choppy this afternoon (1:33 PM PDT) when the Moon squares Mars at 7°56' Cancer-Libra. [9:25] The Cancer Moon will be Void-of-Course (VOC) for almost four hours on Sunday, September 10th, between its opposition to Pluto (5:47 AM PDT) and when it enters Leo (9:36 AM PDT). Unresolved feelings and hurts, and even regrets might rise to the surface. [10:11] Greetings from Listener Teresa! [10:35] Days of the Week: Friday (love), Saturday (work), and Sunday (rest). [10:55] Friday is Venus' Day. Friday is named for Freya, the Norse goddess of love, beauty, fertility, and sex. Traditional homemakers made Friday the day that they cleaned their homes, but it's a fine day for romance, too! [12:30] Saturday is Saturn's day. Any kind of hard physical labor is compatible with Saturn's energy. The traditional homemaker baked on Saturday so that fresh bread would be available for Sunday, the Sabbath. [13:41] Sunday is the Sun's Day. This was the traditional day of rest, set aside for relaxation, recreation, and worship, all ruled by the Sun. [14:52] And that's a wrap for the The Fourth Annual Podcast! Thanks for listening in all week long! Make your donation at BIGSKYASTROPOD.COM. Make a donation of $25 or more no later than midnight on Sep. 11 to be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a reading, report, or course! And join April again next Monday for Episode 199!
It's Day Four of the Fourth Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon! Today's Moon is in multi-tasking Gemini, with a Neptune/void-of-course twist. In the Days of the Week segment, April explains why Thursday is the day to do your shopping. And prompted by Listener Josh, April takes a deeper look at her favorite divination tool, the Sabian Symbols. Plus, greetings from Listeners Karen and Shellie, and all the news of Podathon, including how to make your donation, receive special gifts, and be entered for a chance to win one of five fabulous prizes! Tune in tomorrow for the fifth and final day of the Podathon! And make your donation here! Read a full transcript of this episode. Have a question you'd like answered on the show? Email April or leave it here! Subscribe to April's mailing list and get a free lunar workbook at each New Moon! Timestamps [0:38] It's the 4th Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon, with five daily episodes, all the week's planetary news, some special podathon segments, and a chance to win prizes! [2:11] Donate $25 or more to be entered into the drawing! One grand prize winner will win a 90-minute reading with April (a $269 value). One lucky listener will win a 60-minute reading with April (a $210 value). Another lucky donor will win a free enrollment into one of April's upcoming classes ($249 value). And two lucky winners will win a personalized copy of April's “Followed by a Moonshadow” eclipse report. Ongoing monthly donors are also entered! [3:04] Can't contribute $25 or more? That's ok! Donate $10 or more to gain access to April's special episodes for the Equinoxes and Solstices. :) [3:30] And if you can't contribute financially, here are some free ways to help the show! Please subscribe or follow Big Sky Astrology Podcast on your app of choice. Enthusiastic ratings and reviews are welcome. And please share the show with your astrology loving friends. [4:34] Greetings from Listener Karen! [5:26 Moon Report! The Mercury-ruled Gemini Moon squares Neptune today (3:21 PM PDT) at 26°35' Gemini-Pisces. It's Void-of-Course for 6 ½ hours before it enters Cancer (9:59 PM PDT). Multitasking is favored over getting really intensely focused on one thing, but be careful about overdoing it. [7:44] Thursday is Jupiter's Day. Its name is derived from the Norse God, Thor, often associated with Jupiter. [8:15] Jupiter compels us to share our thoughts and beliefs, teaching, lecturing, writing for publication. Jupiter also supports adventures to unfamiliar territory. In the traditional home, Thursday was marketing day, so spread your wealth around! [9:16] Consider honoring Jupiter by wearing Jupiterian colors of turquoise and purple and/or his gemstones which are turquoise, topaz and lapis lazuli. [10:20] Greetings from Listener Shellie! [11:09] A closer look at the Sabian symbols. The Sabian symbols are 360 symbolic images and phrases, one for each degree of the zodiac. They were channeled by psychic Elsie Wheeler and recorded by astrologer Marc Edmund Jones in 1925 in San Diego, California. [11:55] Astrologers use the symbols as a tool of divination, as points of focus for meditation, even as writing prompts, and they can take us into a birth chart in a little more imaginative way. [13:22] Josh's question about using the Sabian symbols (and…ox entrails?). Check out Lynda Hill's book, 360 Degrees of Wisdom, for more information about Sabian symbols. [17:10] And that's a wrap for the fourth day of The Fourth Annual Podcast! Make your donation at BigSkyAstropod.com, and join April again tomorrow morning for another episode!s
It's the Fourth Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon! In today's sky, the Sun and Mercury meet in a conjunction that also brightens the Last Quarter Moon in Mercury-ruled Gemini. In the Days of the Week segment, April explains how Wednesday got its name and why it's a great day of the week for anything requiring mental or manual dexterity. Plus, a closer look at the Lunar Phase Family Cycles, a very musical greeting from Listener Emily, and all the news of Podathon - including how to make your donation, receive special gifts, and be enrolled in a drawing for one of five fabulous prizes! MAKE YOUR DONATION HERE! And tune in tomorrow for Day Four of the Podathon! Read a full transcript of this episode. Have a question you'd like answered on the show? Email April or leave it here! Subscribe to April's mailing list and get a free lunar workbook at each New Moon! Timestamps [0:36] It's the 4th Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon, with five daily episodes, all the week's planetary news, some special podathon segments, and a chance to win prizes! [2:09] Donate $25 or more to be entered into the drawing! One grand prize winner will win a 90-minute reading with April (a $269 value). One lucky listener will win a 60-minute reading with April (a $210 value). Another lucky donor will win a free enrollment into one of April's upcoming classes ($249 value). Last but not least, two lucky winners will win a personalized copy of April's “Followed by a Moonshadow” eclipse report. Ongoing monthly donors are also entered! [3:20 ] Can't contribute $25 or more? That's ok! Donate $10 or more to gain access to April's special episodes for the Equinoxes and Solstices. :) [3:40 ] And if you can't contribute financially, here are some free ways to help the show! Please subscribe or follow Big Sky Astrology Podcast on your app of choice. Enthusiastic ratings and reviews are welcome. And please share the show with your astrology loving friends. [5:18 ] Today, Mercury conjoins the Sun (4:09 AM PDT) at 13°36' Virgo. Take advantage of the power and clarity of mind and communications that are represented by this cazimi condition of Mercury. [6:27] Moon Report! The Last Quarter Mercury-ruled, Gemini Moon (3:21 PM PDT) is at 14º03' Gemini on the Sabian symbol 15 Gemini, Two Dutch children talking. Just a heads up, as the Moon squares Mercury today (1:45 PM PDT), feelings may not match up with words. [7:35] Tuneful greetings from Listener Emily! [8:20] The name Wednesday is derived from “Wodensday”, a nod to the Norse God Odin, which was called Woden in old English. Woden and Mercury shared association with communication, knowledge, and travel, and eventually referred to the same day of the week. Since Mercury is associated with manual and mental dexterity, mend clothing, study, communicate, and run neighborhood errands. [10:44] A closer look at the Lunar Phase Family Cycles. Let's give a Big Sky Astrology shout out to Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste, who tipped April off to these cycles. Check out their interview on Episode 141. Dietrich Pessin's book is a fine resource on these cycles as well. [16:33] And that's a wrap for Day Three of The Fourth Annual Podcast! Make your donation at BigSkyAstropod.com, and join April again tomorrow morning for another episode!
Hundreds of thousands of Israelis are still protesting what they see as a threat to Israeli democracy and their personal freedom. Now, those protests are including the rights of Arab-Israelis, too. Nadav Tamir joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
Where did it come from? More than three years into the pandemic with untold millions of people dead, that question about the origin of Covid-19 remains widely disputed and fraught, with facts sparkling amid a tangle of analyses and hypotheticals like Christmas lights strung on a dark, thorny tree. One school of thought holds that the virus, known to science as SARS-CoV-2, spread to humans from a nonhuman animal, probably in the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, an emporium brimming with fish, meats and wildlife on sale as food in Wuhan, China.Another school argues that the virus was laboratory-engineered as a bioweapon to infect humans and cause them harm, and was possibly devised in a “shadow project” sponsored by the People's Liberation Army of China. A third school, more moderate than the second but also implicating laboratory work, suggests that the virus got into its first human victim by accident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a research complex on the eastern side of the city, maybe after undergoing well-meaning but reckless genetic manipulation that made it more dangerous to people.If you feel confused by these possibilities, undecided, suspicious of overconfident assertions — or just tired of the whole subject of the pandemic and whatever little bug has caused it — be assured that you aren't the only one.This story was recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.