Podcasts about TS

  • 1,415PODCASTS
  • 3,837EPISODES
  • 44mAVG DURATION
  • 2DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Nov 12, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022

Categories



Best podcasts about TS

Show all podcasts related to ts

Latest podcast episodes about TS

Tribe Sober - inspiring an alcohol free life!
Tribe Sober is 7! with founder Janet Gourand

Tribe Sober - inspiring an alcohol free life!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 20:14


Today is Tribe Sobers 7th birthday! We're offering a birthday discount of 20% off our Kickstart online course and Annual membership – just go to tribesober.com to book and enter the code “birthday2022” – valid from now until the 16th November It's exactly 7 years today since our very first workshop in Cape Town! We wanted to mark the occasion and say thank you To say thank you to the Tribe Sober team and of course to all our members.  To say thank you to everyone who has ever done a challenge or had coaching, everyone who's ever done a workshop or donated to our annual Dry January fundraiser! And of course thank you to everyone who listens to this podcast – we appreciate you! In this Episode Janet shares the story of Tribe Sober – how it started and how it evolved How it evolved into an international community – all supporting each other to make the transition from problem drinking to thriving in their sobriety We pick the story up in May 2015 – that's when I quit drinking (if you want to know why and how then you can catch that story on Tribe Sober podcast episode 1) The day after I quit drinking I started a blog – I've always loved writing and I wanted to log my journey, process my emotions and hold myself accountable. My blog was called WorldWithoutWine as that more or less described the strange place I found myself in – a world without Sauvignon Blanc… Blogging was my therapy and I got lots of comments saying “me too”! Suddenly I realized I wasn't alone in this struggle… so I gritted my teeth and kept it going. I was about 4 months sober when I was hit by those early sobriety blues. I was in limbo, I'd quit the booze but didn't quite know how my life was supposed to function without it. I'd got the hang of the not drinking part but I definitely wasn't thriving in my AF life In fact I felt flat, a bit depressed and rather bored My friends weren't helping – they were saying things like: “Are you still doing that not drinking thing?” “Surely you can have “just one” after such a long break? Apart from people who were responding to my blog I had no sober friends at all so felt quite lonely and a bit alienated from our alcohol drenched society I began to wonder if I'd done the right thing but was determined to keep going - that was the year when evidence about the link between breast cancer and alcohol was coming into the public domain and I certainly didn't want my breast cancer coming back so I soldiered on for the sake of my health I was retired from my corporate job by this time Sobriety had freed up a lot of time but I had no idea what to do with that extra time. I did spend time reading QuitLit and discovered Annie Grace's book This Naked Mind and that was a bit of gamechanger for me. That's when I realized that I'd been white knuckling it and that I had to create a mindshift rather than relying on willpower. That made me realise that although I was sober the job was not yet done – I had to learn how to thrive in my sobriety – rather than feel deprived with being hit with bouts of FOMO. I'd developed the habit of a daily walk by the sea every day to avoid witching hour and it was on these walks that I began to get ideas I could literally feel my creativity coming back.. One  day I had an idea… What if… What if… I used my 25 years of experience in training and development to design a workshop which would help other people to get sober and learn to thrive in their sobriety I was confident that I could teach people HOW to stop drinking and give them a toolkit – strategies and tools that had worked for me. Although I hadn't quite got the hang of thriving in my own sobriety I wanted to build a community so that we could help each other to learn to love our alcohol free lives. We could figure it out together We could use our sobriety as a springboard for personal development. So I started to design the workshop which I called "New Beginnings". A project which was creative and kept me fully occupied It was also triggering my happy brain chemicals! Once the workshop was designed I had to get a website set up and then do some FB ads I now understand that having a big project and then dividing it into small steps is a sure way to stay happy and busy – and it worked! It was about that time that my sobriety blues began to lift. With hindsight I realise that my depression was evaporating because I had a worthwhile project on the go! So at merely 6 months sober I found myself in a hotel conference room in Cape Town running the very first workshop for 15 people – that was on November 12th 2015! So 2015 was when it all started… 2016 began with our very first Challenge – The Dry January Challenge! I was already a great supporter of an NGO here in Cape Town called Earthchild which provided yoga and lifeskills training for underprivileged children. One day it came to me that I could use our fast growing platform to fundraise for Earthchild and our first Challenge was born – that Dry January Fundraiser is a firm fixture in our calendar and we've raised more than R300,000 for Earthchild over the years – that's been enough to help more than 1,000 children. Our second CPT workshop took place in March of that year. That was where I met Janis who has been sober ever since and is now one of our Recovery Coaches – she also writes a weekly blog for us called “conversations with Janis” which you can find on the website. Building on the success of the Dry January Challenge we decided to do a longer Challenge in the Spring so our first 66 day Sober Spring Challenge was launched. Meanwhile we were getting plenty of media attention here in SA – we were featured on tv, in radio programs and the press. In an alcohol drenched society our community was hitting the news By 2017 we were running workshops in Joburg and that's where I met Nick and Lynette. They both got sober by attending a Joburg workshop. Lynette trained as a recovery coach and is now our Head Coach and they both still help me to facilitate our regular Zoom workshops. 2018 was an important year for us… Our workshops were getting great feedback so we ran our first London workshop that year. Not only did we have author of the Sober Diaries Clare Pooley as a guest speaker but it was there that we came across the fabulous Lucy! Another workshop graduate who is now an essential member of the Tribe Sober team – co-facilitating workshops and coming to the Zoom workshop every Saturday. Lucy is master of the reframe and thanks to her we now tell our newbies that “they don't have a problem, they have an opportunity to ditch the drink and change their lives in ways they cannot imagine!” So people who have been worrying about their drinking “problem” start to feel excited about the opportunity ahead. By 2018 we had a database of a few hundred people who had attended a workshop and they were wanting more – they wanted not only more content but they wanted a way to stay connected. We always begin our workshop with shares and this is a powerful experience for the participants. Not only is it often the first time that they have told their own story and realised just how unhappy alcohol is making them – but hearing other people tell their story makes them realise they are not alone in this. The honesty and vulnerability shown during the shares creates a strong bond so that's why people wanted to stay connected. So that's why we created our membership program. Because connection is the opposite of addiction. Fortunately for me that was about the time when Sue knocked on my door.  She'd got sober with AA but liked our approach and wanted to get involved.  Sue is an Accountant so she was able to implement some much needed structure behind the scenes.  I was doing everything on my own and my little passion project of running the odd workshop in Cape Town was expanding fast! So thanks to Sue we soon got more organized as she implemented some systems and created a master spreadsheet listing our members. Our aim was always to keep our membership small so we could get to know people and provide a really personal service.  Some sobriety groups have thousands of members but we are happy to stay at around the 400 member mark. We want to focus on service rather than growth. Sue also mastered our website and was soon troubleshooting and developing it further.  Her role has grown along with Tribe Sober and she provides a great service to our members – she welcomes new members, gets them onboarded and holds daily group chats on Zoom for them.  She even keeps a running total of the sober time we are clocking up as a Tribe – that currently stands at more than 300 years! 2019 Was spent establishing our membership and increasing the support we offered. Another successful fund raiser and as well as another Sober Spring challenge. Our team gained another member when we met Judy at a Joburg workshop. She offered her services as our Tribe Doctor which means our members get access to confidential medical advice on alcohol related matters. Then along came Courage – the Tribe Sober team has grown organically as people came to our workshops, got sober and then wanted to stay connected. However I have to admit I did headhunt this team member. At the time I was teaching HR in a business college and came across Courage from Zimbabwe. He was in my class and in fact was usually top of that class as he is one clever guy. By then our Challenges were getting more and more popular and took quite some organization so Courage came on board as our Campaign Manager – and these days he also helps me with podcast editing. 2020 was the year of the rebrand… from WWW to TS – our community had been referring to themselves as the Tribe for a while now so one day I thought it was time for a rebrand – and we became Tribe Sober. Which involved a few months developing our new website of course! Like the rest of the world we had a Pandemic to deal with – we launched our Lockdown Challenge and the workshops were shifted to Zoom. A format we've stayed with as it enables us to offer our workshop to people all over the world. 2020 was also my 5 year Soberversary which I celebrated by launching this podcast! 2021 In 2021 Mon joined our Team as Marketing Support, taking over our social media and helping me with marketing. Monica had originally joined us as a Tribe Member. She struggled a lot at first but never gave up.  In fact she had 84 Day One's which is a bit of a record here at the Tribe! But she is an inspiration to many and walking proof that if you keep at it you will get there. Monica is now 18 months sober. 2022 saw the launch of our online Kickstart course – thats our original workshop which is now available as a Group Workshop, an online course or a private 1.2.1. workshop This year we also did our first 5 day Sober Bootcamp via a Facebook Group. We'll be doing that again in January so if you want to join in just find the Sober Bootcamp Facebook Group and join the conversation. Plans for 2023 include a January Sober Bootcamp as well as the launch of the Kickstart Group Coaching Program so watch this space! So that's the story of how one woman with a crazy idea started a community… It's just one example of how life can turn out when you ditch the drink and get back your energy and creativity The magic in this story is that as I helped others to ditch the booze I began to thrive in my own sobriety I discovered that this kind of work lit me up and gave my life real meaning and purpose. Don't forget that the code "birthday2022" is live now so you can claim 20% discount on Annual Membership and/or Kickstart online course! Just go to tribesober.com and you'll find all the info or message janet@tribesober.com More Info Subscription membership – you can join up HERE. To access our website, click HERE. If you would like a free copy of our “Annual Tracker” or our e-book 66 Days to Sobriety, please email janet@tribesober.com. If you would like to come to our Saturday afternoon Zoom Cafe as a guest and meet our community, just email janet@tribesober.com. Episode Sponsor This episode is sponsored by the Tribe Sober Membership Program.  If you want to change your relationship with alcohol then sign up today Read more about our program and subscribe HERE Help us to Spread the Word! We made this podcast so that we can reach more people who need our help.  Please subscribe and share. If you enjoyed the podcast, then please leave us a 5-star review on Apple podcasts. Take a screenshot of your review, and DM it to Tribe Sober's Instagram page – see PS below for instructions. We'll send you something special to say thank you! We release a podcast episode every Saturday morning. You can follow Tribe Sober on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and Instagram. You can join our private Facebook group HERE. PS: How to Leave a Rating/Review in Apple Podcasts (on an iOS Device) Open the Podcasts app. EASY. Choose “Search” from the bottom row of icons and enter the name of the show (e.g. Recover Like a Mother) into the search field. Select the show under Shows (not under Episodes). Scroll down past the first few episodes until you see Ratings & Reviews. Click Write a Review underneath the displayed reviews from other listeners. You'll then have the option to rate the show on a 5-star scale and write a review (you can rate without writing too but it's always good to read your experience).

The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 233: Staying Current During Constant Change

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:52


“Participating in formal academic degree programs, obtaining contact hours for renewing your certification, peer-to-peer sharing with colleagues—they're all types of education that you can use to be the best version of the oncology nurse that you want to be for our patients,” Danya Garner, PhD, RN, OCN®, CCRN-K, NPD-BC, ONS director-at-large from 2021–2024 and associate director of continuing professional education at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX, told Jaime Weimer, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, during a conversation about how nurses can stay current in the evolving landscape of oncology. Garner presented on the topic during the 2022 ONS Bridge™ virtual conference in September 2022. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode and completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by November 11, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Oncology Nursing Podcast episodes: Episode 138: Why Higher Education May Be the Next Step in Your Oncology Nursing Career Episode 160: Build Innovative Staff Education Tools and Resources Episode 186: Certification Can Fuel Your Leadership Skills and Professional Growth ONS Voice article: How Enhancing Your Career Benefits Both Your Patients and Yourself ONS virtual educational resources: Assessment tools Courses Clinical practice resources Huddle Cards™ Journals Oncology Nursing Podcast ONS Voice Standards Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation Share your expertise with the ONS Communities. Register for the 48th Annual ONS Congress®. Learn more about ONS Bridge™. To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “With the availability of many virtual conference opportunities and several conferences offering in-person options, the past adage of divide and conquer has really been reinvigorated. I use the acronym ACE: A for attend the event, C for categorize the content, and E for explain to colleagues. There is so much great work that oncology nurses are doing across the nation that should be disseminated. Aside from attending formal education events, oncology nurses can also involve themselves in opportunities for formal and informal mentorship opportunities at their work locations. . . . Peer-to-peer training and dissemination is a wonderful opportunity to continue the conversation and disseminate those practices.” Timestamp (TS) 06:26 “Just-in-time training is really applicable for those refreshers. And considering the constant changes that have taken place and are continuing to take place, when you know about the content that you need for practice but just need a few quick reminders that are easily accessible, that's the perfect place for just-in-time training to occur.” TS 11:51 “Certification is not necessarily a formal education, but in that preparation of expanding that particular content knowledge in a field, such as your OCN® examination, your bone marrow transplant certification—those really increase that scope of content and add to what knowledge you have to take care of these patients and ultimately improve the outcome of care that we provide to oncology patients.” TS 14:46 “Participating in formal academic degrees, renewing your certification, obtaining contact hours for certification, peer-to-peer sharing with colleagues—they're all types of modalities of education that you can utilize to be the best version of the oncology nurse that you want to be for our patients.” TS 18:23

KeyLIME
[387] Method Consult Series with Lara Varpio - Episode 6 [Paradigms, ontology and epistemology]

KeyLIME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 12:46


We're embarking on another set of reruns for a few weeks while the hosts use this time to evaluate the impact and future of KeyLIME. We hope to have some news soon, but in the meantime, we know you'll love this series of Method Consults by Dr. Lara Varpio. As a PHD trained scientist working in the field, it is of Lara's opinion that her job is to help others gain the skills and expertise needed to engage in Health Professions Education scholarship and research. In this consult, originally released in February 2019, Lara explains paradigms, ontology and epistemology. Additional material about Thomas Kuhn, ontologies and epistemologies: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy [Internet]. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information; 2019. Available from: https://plato.stanford.edu Kuhn, TS. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. 50th ed. Chicago IL: University of Chicago Press; 2012 (Original work published in 1962). Okasha, S. Philosophy of Science: A Very Short Introduction. 2nd ed. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press; 2016. A full transcript of this episode can be found here.  Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank  Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino  Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd  Lara Varpio: @LaraVarpio Lara Varpio's Disclaimer: The views expressed in this manuscript are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Uniformed Services University of the Unites States Department of Defense.  Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here!

The Paranormal UFO Consciousness Podcast
Government UFO Back-engineering and the Oke Shannon Notes

The Paranormal UFO Consciousness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 113:22


Oke Shannon was a physicist who is working at Los Alamos in the 1980s. In 1985 he was invited to join 20 other men who are meeting at a TS secret compartmented information facility in Virginia. All the men possessed top secret – SCI clearances. Shannon also helped to facilitate a meeting that took place in 2002 in Las Vegas. Two people in the meeting were Doctor Eric Davis and Admiral Tom Wilson who was the former head of intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of staff, and director of defense intelligence. In this meeting Admiral Wilson described how he had dug into the black budget programs to find a program responsible for back engineering recovered UFO technology. When he finally located the program, he was told to back off. He was told that he could lose a star and would not be promoted. In 2019 I helped to get the notes from this meeting on to the Internet. They told the entire story of what had occurred. On page one of the notes there was a reference to EP-10. This was the top-secret meetings that had been held in 1985. The Shannon notes describe that in 1999, Shannon had given an entire two hour briefing on the phone to Admiral Wilson about what had occurred. The 26 pages of Shannon notes describe all the paranormal subjects that were discussed in the 1985 meetings. The topics included calculations, remote viewing, UFO back engineering, crop circles, end a general discussion that had occurred where the men tried to describe what they thought was going on. In this audio I'm joined by Nicole Sakach as I described where I got the notes and under what circumstances, why I was now releasing the notes, and the importance of the notes and Shannon himself. Grant Cameron is the author of many books on the subject of the paranormal. Link https://linktr.ee/whitehouseufo

The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 232: Managing Fatigue During PARP Inhibitor Maintenance Therapy

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 37:45


“For those without cancer or other illnesses, we often have a resolution or relief of this fatigue. ‘Oh, I'm just going to go to bed early and get a couple more hours of sleep tonight.' Or ‘I'm going to have a cup of coffee.' But for people with cancer, it's not an easy fix. People with cancer describe fatigue as something much more long-lasting,” ONS member Paula Anastasia, MN, RN, AOCN®, clinical nurse specialist for UCLA Health in Los Angeles, CA, told Jaime Weimer, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Anastasia discussed fatigue in patients with cancer undergoing PARP inhibitor maintenance therapy, management strategies, and nursing considerations. This podcast episode is supported by a sponsorship from AstraZeneca. ONS is solely responsible for the criteria, objectives, content, quality, and scientific integrity of its programs and publications. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Episode Notes NCPD contact hours are not available for this episode. Clinical Update: Ovarian Cancer Focus Group Summary ONS Get Up, Get Moving resources ONS Guidelines™ on Fatigue Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 227: Biomarker Testing, PARP Inhibitors, and Oral Adherence During Ovarian Cancer Maintenance Therapy ONS Voice articles: Symptom Assessments: Use a Team-Based Approach to Inform Care and Optimize Outcomes Master the Essentials of Effective Communication What the Evidence Says About Music Therapy for Cancer-Related Fatigue Acupuncture for Cancer-Related Fatigue Biomarkers Are Advancing Understanding of Cancer-Related Fatigue Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles: The Impact of a Nurse-Led Exercise Activity for Cancer-Related Fatigue in Patients With Leukemia Exercise Intervention: A Pilot Study to Assess the Feasibility and Impact on Cancer-Related Fatigue and Quality of Life Among Patients With High-Grade Glioma Oncology Nursing Forum article: The Effectiveness of Yoga on Cancer-Related Fatigue: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis National Comprehensive Cancer Network Guidelines > Supportive Care > Cancer-Related Fatigue ASCO Answers: Cancer-Related Fatigue To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “Fatigue is not necessarily life threatening, so I think unfortunately, it's underplayed at how disruptive it can be in somebody's quality of life and day-to-day life.” Timestamp (TS) 03:10 “For those without cancer or other illnesses, we often have a resolution or relief of this fatigue. ‘Oh, I'm just going to go to bed early and get a couple more hours of sleep tonight.' Or ‘I'm going to have a cup of coffee.' But for people with cancer, it's not an easy fix. . . . People with cancer describe fatigue as something much more long lasting.” TS 04:02 “I think it's really important when we educate our patients to let them know that this is a common side effect. Research tells us, and also patient experience, that fatigue does plateau after about four to eight weeks. It's not zero, but it gets much more manageable for our patients. So, I think priming our patients with what to expect can be very helpful.” TS 07:48 “I want patients to have some sort of physical activity. It doesn't have to be hours or marathons. Just a 10-minute walk in the morning and then maybe a 10-minute walk in the afternoon. Things like that. We try to, if possible, refer patients to a physical therapy-type setting initially, and that will help give them tools on how to be active and safe activities, and also gets them motivated. So, that's really helpful for patients.” TS 09:41 “I think it's important to assess the cause of the fatigue. Ruling out anemia, hypothyroidism, vitamin deficiencies, things like that. So, that is ruled out and we know what we're doing to our poor patient with the interventions; they've had surgery, they've had chemotherapy, now we're going to put them on a PARP inhibitor, all of these lifestyle changes.” TS 12:20 “I think since COVID-19, there's a lot more awareness of how much people have anxiety and depression. I think we're more in tune with that and how stressful life is, and that's not even having cancer and all of the challenges with that. So, I think that plays into it. Depression and anxiety can contribute to fatigue.” TS 16:53  “One of the biggest misconceptions about fatigue is that there's nothing that you can do about it. Just accept it. And I totally disagree with that. It's an undervalued side effect. It's not necessarily life threatening, but it's definitely something that can interfere with patients' day-to-day quality of life. So, we really need to address it. We need to assess, communicate, and plan for it.” TS 28:39

Billy Joel A to Z
The River of Dreams

Billy Joel A to Z

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:01


Well, who knew River of Dreams would be in the "Ts" but it's apparently entitled, "The River of Dreams" from the album, "River of Dreams". Stop messing with us Billy!!Today, Billy's final top ten hit released September 1, 1993 and went all the way to Number 3 on the charts. Why only number 3 you say? Cause good luck beating "Whoomp There it is!" Gotta love those 90's. Anyway, tune in today to find out what that scamp Billy the Kid did at the Grammy's that year AND how Billy Joel has a connection to the Highlander movie franchise. Now THAT's a podcast!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Happiest Plate on Earth
Episode 171 - Swayed to Stay: Quick Service and Table Service

The Happiest Plate on Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 26:05


Welcome in Happy Platers!Have any of you ever been swayed to stay at one resort over another just because of the food offerings?   Today we are going to give our take on Swayed to Stay…why we prefer one resort over others just because of the availability of great food choices.  Our features selections for this show are: QS and TS options that make these resorts our favorite·      value ·      moderate ·      deluxe  Plus, we showcase a particular menu item that we like from one of the eateries in each resort category.*Now Taking Reservations for the Chef's Table on our private Facebook Page called "The Happy Platers* make sure you head over to the new Facebook group and join us at the table where we can discuss in-depth our Disney Dining tales.  We are very excited to have the opportunity to interact more with our Happy Platers and hear your thoughts on all things Disney Food.  Click here to join: HAPPY PLATERSPlease visit our webpage: www.happiestplate.comInstagram: @happiestplateonearthFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/happyplatersTwitter: @HappyPlateEarthEmail: dining@happiestplate.com

The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 231: Nurses Thrive in a Healthy Work Culture

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 46:01


“Work culture is really how people work together. But in my opinion, there are three major components: it's the employer, it's the leadership, and it's the staff—all staff, we're not only talking nurses. We know that it takes a village to really make clinical care happen. All three of those components are critical in creating a healthy work environment. The staff component, including the clinical nurses, is key to that,” Linda Laskowski-Jones, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAWM, FAAN, editor-in-chief of Nursing 2022: The Peer-Reviewed Journal of Clinical Excellence, told Jaime Weimer, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Laskowski-Jones led a panel discussion on the topic at the ONS Bridge™ virtual conference in September 2022. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.75 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 28, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. ONS Voice articles: Leaders Shape You, and as a Leader, You Influence Others, Too Strong Social Relationships Strengthen and Sustain You Lessons From Our Olympians Apply to Nurses, Too We Are Four Million Nurses, Hear Us Roar Listening to Nurses Is a Start, but Hearing Them Leads to Solutions Cornell University certificate program on conflict resolution Books on conflict management and conversations: Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict Can We Talk? Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at Work Additional books about conflict resolution Journal of Nursing Administration article: Nurses' Intent to Leave Their Position and the Profession During the COVID-19 Pandemic Journal of Pediatric Nursing article: Recognition: Is It Just a Bunch of Fluff, or Is It the Right Stuff? SAGE Open article: Job Satisfaction in Relation to Communication in Health Care Among Nurses: A Narrative Review and Practical Recommendations To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “Work culture is really how people work together. But in my opinion, there are three major components: it's the employer, it's the leadership, and it's the staff—all staff, we're not only talking nurses. We know that it takes a village to really make clinical care happen. All three of those components are critical in creating a healthy work environment. The staff component, including the clinical nurses, is key to that. When you look at how the nurses work together and the environment that they are working in, their teamwork, camaraderie, and connections to each other can actually help those staff make it through when perhaps there may be some challenges with employers or leaders as they work through whatever changes they need to make.” Timestamp (TS) 04:12 “It's important to recognize that when you motivate and influence people, whether it's positively or negatively, you're behaving as a leader. There may be people who have some personal need to feel like they can be the judge of others and that they have a very tight group, and unless you're looked at favorably by that group, then you don't have value. So, in this particular type of case, you can have a nursing leader show all the value in the world to that staff, but if you have these cliques where people come in and they feel like, ‘Oh my gosh, I'm working with so-and-so on this particular shift.' Or ‘I've been assigned to this shift permanently. How will I survive?,' that is a big driver of turnover.” TS 10:40 “Watching someone working with a family or a patient, and when the person comes out when they least expect it, saying something like, ‘That was really an amazing interaction, and a very tough situation, and you handled that beautifully.' That can go a long way, and it's all part of value and recognition. . . . Let's show value where value needs to be shown.” TS 21:24 “That value is a 360-degree type of value where really everyone that you're working with in the physician-nurse relationship is critical. Recognizing the role that nurses play and looking at the nurses as colleagues is absolutely critical.” TS 22:56 “Right now, in many places still across the country, nurses feel that they don't have the tools they need to do their job. That of course leads to this negative culture where nurses are very upset, they're coming in extremely unhappy, and they're communicating that unhappiness to everybody, and they have very real concerns. And management has taken different approaches to that, in health or not health as the case may be, and now we have to focus on: How do we fix it? And I think those are the factors that led to where we are. We have a lot of work to do, but at the same time, organizations have to also make fundamental changes.” TS 26:45 “Ultimately, I don't think people on the front line realize how much power they actually have. And the power is in creating effective working relationships, and that includes the nurse-patient interaction, but it also includes working with people.” TS 39:15

Trade Splaining
US Export Controls on China, More Inflation & Thinking Regionally When Talking Globalization

Trade Splaining

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 40:12


On this episode of Trade Splaining, hosts Ardian Mollabeciri and Robert Skidmore are joined by Shannon O'Neil, Vice President, Deputy Director of Studies, and Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations They talk about why we should look closer to home when talking about the benefits of Globalization, what we get wrong when messaging it...and the best taco spots in New York City. Ardian and Rob also digest the latest news on recently announced US Export Controls on China's Semi-conductor Industry, inflation continuing to wreak havoc on developing and developed nations alike, and the latest on New York City's "War on Rats". The co-hosts are also joined by TS producer Michelle Olguin as she also gives her thoughts on the vibe shift happening right under Boomers and Gen X's noses.

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang
"Taylor ALISON Swift" (w/ Matt & Bowen)

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 100:09 Very Popular


Dear Readers... it's us. Hi. We're the problem, it's us. But there really ain't no problem here, because today Matt & Bow offer up the Midnights episode of Las Cultch. Call it a review. Call it a track-by-track dissection. Call it what you WANT... to. Much to discuss! Has Taylor or Tayla taken over this time, or is this a new TS musical persona entirely? What, exactly, is the distinction between midnight and 3 AM? Is it just us or is there a lot of LAs Cultch on this album?! Is this a fuck album? So many questions! It's what you've been waiting for... and no we didn't forget about Carly Rae! Listen now! Meet us at midnight (or whatever time it is where you're at).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Texas Tech
BONUS L.O.T.T.: Voices from the Locked On Texas Tech YouTube comments

Locked On Texas Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 20:05


Today from Lubbock, TX, on *BONUS* Locked On Texas Tech: - Spike Dykes, Joey McGuire, & Wally Pipp - 4th down brainpower - IV analysis - Ts & Ps in Austin, Texas All coming up on Locked On Texas Tech -- the best daily podcast made for Red Raiders, by Red Raiders! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network Twitter: @LockedOnTech Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Flatlands Grain Flatlands Grain is ready to serve your grain storage needs & beyond this fall! Centrally & conveniently located in Hale Center, TX - 30 quick minutes north of Lubbock. From market experience & crop analysis, to feeding your animals - one truckload or thousands of bushels, Flatlands Grain is ready to cover all bases serving farmers & ranchers on the High Plains of Texas. Visit flatlandsgrain.com or call them today at 806.839.2522! J's Salsa Co. Visit J's Salsa Co. at jsalsacompany.com or email them at jsalsacompany@gmail.com! Red Raider family owned & ready to ship anywhere in the US! Available in the red & black jar in most United Supermarkets, Market Streets, & Albertson's Supermarkets in Texas & New Mexico - also available at H-E-B in Lubbock Armen Williams with Schooley Mitchell Red Raider Armen Williams wants to help find ways to make your business more efficient with Schooley Mitchell, North America's #1 cost reduction company! What could your business do with some extra wiggle room? It all starts with a free analysis & no upfront costs when you visit savewitharmen.com SweatBlock If you or someone you love is experiencing embarrassing sweat or odor try Sweatblock. Save 20% with promo codeLocked On at sweatblock.com. Also available on Amazon. LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Thai Pham
LÃI SUẤT TĂNG MẠNH, CƠ HỘI NÀO CHO ĐẦU TƯ- CƠ HỘI NÀO CHO DOANH NGHIỆP VÀ CỔ PHIẾU

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 104:24


LÃI SUẤT TĂNG MẠNH, CƠ HỘI NÀO CHO ĐẦU TƯ_ CƠ HỘI NÀO CHO DOANH NGHIỆP VÀ CỔ PHIẾU Ngân hàng nhà nước chính thức tăng lãi suất điều hành thêm 1% từ 5%-6% từ ngày 24/10/2022, môi trường lãi suất sẽ lên cao, cơ hội nào cho thị trường? Cho doanh nghiệp và cho đầu tư? Các bạn nên xem hết video này. Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

Thai Pham
NẾU TẬP ĐOÀN LỚN SA THẢI 50% NHÂN VIÊN THÌ SAO? LỢI VÀ HẠI?

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:06


NẾU TẬP ĐOÀN LỚN SA THẢI 50% NHÂN VIÊN THÌ SAO? LỢI VÀ HẠI? Việc sa thải nhân sự ồ ạt theo kế hoạch của một tập đoàn lớn cho thấy những khó khăn gì ở doanh nghiệp? Tại sao nhà đầu tư lại cần quan tâm đến chủ đề này? Xem nhé bạn hữu! Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

Thai Pham
VNINDEX SẼ TEST LẠI ĐÁY 1000 ĐIỂM VÀ PHỤC HỒI VỚI THANH KHOẢN THẤP???

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:20


VNINDEX SẼ TEST LẠI ĐÁY 1000 ĐIỂM VÀ PHỤC HỒI VỚI THANH KHOẢN THẤP??? Thị trường Việt Nam tuần mới sẽ như thế nào? Nhà đầu tư nên làm gì, đi theo phương pháp CANSLIM hay Payback Time - Ngày đòi nợ? Xem nhé bạn hữu! Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

REQUIEM METAL PODCAST
286 - Finland After Midnight: Thy Serpent & Rapture

REQUIEM METAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022


Thy Serpent & Rapture 1. “Wounds of Death” Thy Serpent Death EP 2000
 T/S #1  2. “The Forest of Blakulla” Thy Serpent Lords of Twilight  1997
 3. “In Blackened Dreams” Thy Serpent Lords of Twilight  1997
 4. “Ode to The Witches part III” Thy Serpent Lords of Twilight  1997
 5. “Like a Funeral Veil of Melancholy” Thy Serpent Forests of Witchery  1996
 T/S #2 6.  “Flowers of Witchery Abloom” Thy Serpent Forests of Witchery  1996
 7. “Of Darkness and Light” Thy Serpent Forests of Witchery  1996
 8. “A Traveller of Unknown Plains” Thy Serpent Forests of Witchery  1996
 9. “Chambers of Starwatcher” Thy Serpent Christcrusher  1998
 10.  “Christcrusher” Thy Serpent Christcrusher  1998
 T/S #3 11.  “Deathbearer” Thy Serpent Death EP 2000
 12.  “Sleep in Oblivion” Thy Serpent Death EP 2000
 13.  “Parasites” Thy Serpent Death EP 2000
 14.  “(About) Leaving” Rapture Futile 1999
 Petri Origins and Influences (1, 2, 3)  T/S #4 Petri Non-metal and Nature (4, 5)  15.  “To Forget” Rapture Futile 1999
 16.  “This Is Where I Am” Rapture Futile 1999
 17.  “The Fall” Rapture Futile 1999
 18.  “Someone I (Don't) Know” Rapture Futile 1999
 Petri Futile (6) T/S #5 Petri Katatonia (7) 19.  “While The World Sleeps” Rapture Futile 1999
 20.  “Futile” Rapture Futile 1999
 21.  “Two Dead Names” Rapture Songs For The Withering 2002
 22.  “Transfixion” Rapture Songs For The Withering 2002
 Petri Songs (8)  T/S #6 23.  “Enveloped” Rapture Songs For The Withering 2002
 24.  “The Vast” Rapture Songs For The Withering 2002
 Petri Silent (9)  25.  “Misery 24/7” Rapture Silent Stage 2006
 26.  “The Past Nightmares” Rapture Silent Stage 2006
 27.  “For the Ghosts of Our Times” Rapture Silent Stage 2006
 Petri Legacy/Aftermath/Goodbye (10,11,12) T/S #7 28.  “The Distant Dream of Life” Shape of Despair Monotony Fields 2015 
 29.  “To Exit All False” Counting Hours The Will 2020
 30.  “Farewell” Rapture Songs For The Withering 2002


The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 230: Violence in Health Care

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 46:29 Very Popular


“A lot of healthcare workers that I talk to say that they are kind of brought up with the culture that violence is part of the job. It's not your job to take abuse,” Chris Snyder, University of Utah Health security manager for the University of Utah Department of Public Safety in Salt Lake City, told Lenise Taylor, MN, RN, AOCNS®, BMTCN®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Snyder gave an overview of violence in health care, educational resources for de-escalation strategies, and violence prevention tips. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.75 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 21, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Catch Chris's session at the upcoming 48th Annual ONS Congress® in San Antonio, TX. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention course: Workplace Violence Prevention for Nurses Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 187: The Critical Need for Well-Being and Resiliency and How to Practice ONS Voice articles: Workforce Violence Requires Legislative Support Protect Yourself and Your Colleagues From the Dark Side of Caring Here's How You Can Confront Workplace Violence in a Healthcare Setting What Do You Stand For? Verbal Abuse Is Still Violence, Joint Commission Says Is Sexual Harassment of Nurses Prevalent in Health Care? ONS Nurse Well-Being Learning Library The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Study: Protocol for a Prospective Investigation of Mental Health Risk and Resilience Factors Occupational Safety and Health Administration Workplace violence definition Occupational Safety and Health Administration data: Workplace Violence in Healthcare: Understanding the Challenge Crisis Prevention Institute To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “If I have a patient who maybe comes in two or three times a month for an appointment, or maybe they're inpatient, I do want to focus on their baseline behavior. Because any deviation from that gives me the opportunity to practice situational awareness and know that something is happening.” Timestamp (TS) 07:36 “The number-one rule is you have to give your undivided attention. All too often we are multitasking and doing different things, and we're in a hurry, or it's the end of our shift, or we're working overtime. But when you just stop and drop everything and give that undivided attention and show that individual that you're there to support them and that you're listening to them and that you're there to help them, it makes a huge difference in setting the path for the rest of their journey.” TS 12:45 “Another reason why we don't see things reported is because a lot of our employees feel like, ‘Hey, it has to be an actual physical act of violence for me to report it. Someone has to actually hit me or grab me or throw something at me.' But workplace violence is defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and other groups as all forms that include verbal aggression, verbal abuse, name calling, intimidation, workplace bullying, sexual harassment, sexual inuendo, in addition to those physical acts of violence.” TS 13:22 “Taking the time to ask questions, explain procedures, even talk about wait times—and in the meantime, tending to a physiological need. . . . Anything like that is a huge step in keeping that person closer to their baseline behavior.” TS 18:50 “We need to trust our intuition because if something doesn't feel right, it most likely isn't right. Sometimes our mind does not connect the dots there, but if the hair on the back of your neck stands up, listen to that.” TS 24:03 “[Another important factor is] training and education. You need some kind of training on de-escalation and it dovetails with personal safety. And the reason I say that is because when we talk about personal safety, we talk a lot about how we communicate, and a big piece of that is nonverbal communication. So, safety, communication, de-escalation, all of those things are important.” TS 29:48 “Know before you go. Have you reviewed a patient's chart? Is there a history? Say we have disruptive behavior—maybe we have a patient who is sexually inappropriate with female staff members. Do all staff members know? Is there a plan in place? . . . Check that patient's chart information. Are there behavioral indicators that we're concerned about or any red flags that we want to be aware of?” TS 31:07 “One major rule of de-escalation is that you cannot control somebody else's behavior. It's not possible. We can only control our own behavior. And by mastering that, we can influence another person's behavior. And hopefully, if they're at the top of that roller coaster, we're not riding up to meet them. We're staying down at the bottom. We want them to come down and meet us because that's when we're going to actually communicate and have a conversation. . . . And also know what our own boundaries are. We're human beings. I could be the best at de-escalation and always maintain my composure, but I have a tipping point as well.” TS 32:42 “Another thing that we don't often discuss is the importance of debriefing. We talk about, ‘Let's debrief as a team,' what went right, what went wrong, what were the triggers, what happened, is everybody okay? That includes physical injury and emotional injury, as well. But we are in the habit of only debriefing bad things. How about we debrief a good thing every once in a while?” TS 37:30

Thai Pham
RUNG LẮC HAY TIẾP TỤC PHỤC HỒI TUẦN MỚI? CẦN LƯU Ý GÌ? (ĐIỂM TIN TUẦN)

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 47:35


RUNG LẮC HAY TIẾP TỤC PHỤC HỒI TUẦN MỚI? CẦN LƯU Ý GÌ? (ĐIỂM TIN TUẦN) Thị trường Việt Nam tuần qua đã có sự phục hồi tự nhiên với nỗ lực phục hồi trong 3 phiên, kỳ vọng gì cho thị trường tuần mới, ngành nào sẽ tiềm năng cho đà phục hồi kỹ thuật; cơ cấu danh mục ngắn hạn và dài hạn ra sao? Đón xem nhé bạn hữu! Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

Thai Pham
TIẾT KIỆM, VÀNG, TRÁI PHIẾU, SO SÁNH CÁC KÊNH ĐẦU TƯ CÁI GÌ HƠN?

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 35:23


TIẾT KIỆM, VÀNG, TRÁI PHIẾU, SO SÁNH CÁC KÊNH ĐẦU TƯ CÁI GÌ HƠN? Trái phiếu có phải kênh đáng để đầu tư, đặc biệt so với tiết kiệm và vàng? Bốn đặc điểm nào sẽ quyết định công cụ đầu tư mà bạn muốn đặt cược tiền của mình vào? Nghe nhé! Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

Be There in Five
Be There in Bad Vibes Only (with Nora McInerny)

Be There in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 120:00 Very Popular


This week, we have a BTI5 book club and Kate interviews friend of the pod (and more importantly, best selling author and host of hit podcast Terrible, Thanks for Asking) Nora McInerny about her new essay book Bad Vibes Only. In this episode, they discuss the confusing nature of knowing aging is a privilege but not wanting to look it, the fallacy of elegance, Millennial work ethic, reflecting on disordered eating patterns, the art of the tendril/skank bang, why she opened with a TS quote from "Mirrorball," among other musings from this brilliant collection that invites you to exist in a state of both existential and surface-level wonder without the pressure to self-improve or find resolve in a post #girlboss America. Enjoy!Buy Bad Vibes Only here, book tour tickets here and hope you enjoy the episode!Allform is offering twenty percent off all orders for our listeners at Allform.com/bethereinfive. Step up your sofa game today.Right now, Hungryroot is offering Be There In Five listeners 30% off your first delivery and free veggies for life. Just go to Hungryroot.com/BETHEREINFIVE, to get 30% off your first delivery and get your free veggies. That's Hungryroot.com/BETHEREINFIVE. Don't forget to use our link, so they know we sent you.Get 15% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.COM and use code BETHEREINFIVE at checkout. That's 15% off ANYTHING you order when you shop better hydration today using promo code BETHEREINFIVE at LIQUIDIV.COM.Get glasses as ever-changing as you are, with Pair. Go to paireyewear.com/BETHEREINFIVE for 15% off your first purchase. For 20% off your Kindbody at-home fertility test, go to shop.kindbody.com and use code BETHEREINFIVE at checkout. Use this link for $100 off New Patient Assessments (not Pulse), and $1000 off cycles at Kindbody clinics!

Radio Uekorheni
Cooperativa Médica Tsïnájperi: saberes p'urhépecha a través de la medicina tradicional

Radio Uekorheni

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:07


Platicamos con Daysi Yareli Lopez Silva y Juan Alejandro Cortez Rangel, integrantes de la cooperativa médica p'urhepechaTsïnájperi. A través de un recuento histórico y contemporáneo, Daysi y Alejandro nos platican sobre los saberes y prácticas medicinales en las comunidades p'urhepecha, del papel fundamental que tienen las mujeres en la transmisión de estos conocimientos y de la importancia del territorio para la continuidad de la medicina tradicional. La entrada Cooperativa Médica Tsïnájperi: saberes p'urhépecha a través de la medicina tradicional se publicó primero en Radio Uekorheni.

Gilmore To Say: A Gilmore Girls Podcast
Gilmore To Consider #11: Taylor Swift x Gilmore Girls

Gilmore To Say: A Gilmore Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 62:54


Don't blame us, but in honor of the release of Midnights, we've got Gilmore to Say on Taylor Swift! Some besties called us up again just to ask us a TS x GG question…? Wouldn't the Gilmore Girls like some indie record that's much cooler than hers? Where would she have enchanted the storyline if she was a character? Which TS songs have a place in this fictional world? And now that we're sitting here thinking it through, we have a lot to say on evermore & folklore and the Gilmores.  You know the greatest TV shows of all time are over now, but if you have more to say, call our voicemail! 860-578-4653

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
What We Can Learn From Our Dentist [RR 789]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 39:50


Why is adapting to technology important? Look around you. Keeping up with the latest technology is key to any successful enterprise. It is a requirement today. It increases flexibility, streamlines operations, and helps you adjust your forward progress. I'm with Chris Cloutier and Craig ONeill at ASTE 2022, and we discuss the four ‘Ts' … technology, touch, trust, and transparency. The inspiration for this episode stemmed from Tracy receiving a video from an orthodontist's office and how it can be easily implemented in our industry.  Chris Cloutier is co-owner of https://www.goldenruleautocare.com/ (Golden Rule Auto Care) in Dallas Texas and CEO of https://autotext.me/ (Auto Tex Me). Listen to Chris's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22chris+cloutier%22 (HERE.) Craig O'Neill, VP of Training, http://Autotextme.com (Autotextme.com). Listen to Craig's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22craig+o%27neill%22 (HERE ) Key Talking Points Using videos to do your inspections and business discussions Technology plus touch equals trust or transparency Get service advisors to set expectations at the beginning of a visit. Connect through technology without having to waste time- send a text message that points to an email to open a video.  You now have secured two main lines of communication for this person Pre-sell, pre-sold User-generated content does not have to be perfect; it just has to be personable Educating customers with one minute videos Level one, basic data. Your name, the information to reach you. Level two, discuss the vehicle transactional data related to why the visit's coming in. Level three, the relational data, how are you using this car? Are you going on any trips? Making the person a client, not customer Connect with the Podcast: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partner: Learn more about NAPA AutoCare and the benefits of being part of the NAPA family by visiting http://www.NAPAAutoCare.com (www.NAPAAutoCare.com) https://aftermarketradionetwork.com () https://remarkableresultsradio.captivate.fm/listen ()

Steak for Breakfast Podcast

The Steak for Breakfast Podcast is ending the week with an absolute heater of a show. Three big guests and a full slate of the most impactful news stories that are important to you.   We open the show with our cold open focusing in on the sham January 6th Unselect Committee hearings Thursday, where we saw Donald Trump subpoenaed for something he wasn't present for and had nothing to do with.   Former Congressman and current CEO of Truth Social, Devin Nunes and former Special Assistant to President Trump Kash Patel join us today for their Vol. 2 of their joint segment. We touch on the recent launch of TS in the Google and Samsung apps stores, the J6 hearings, first week of the Danchenko Trial and of course, the midterm elections with two of our favorite guests and good friends.   The founder and Senior Publisher for the National File, Noel Fritsch joins us for the first time today. We dive into the Ashely Biden diary with the man whose outlet originally broke the story, Mark Kelly's worst Halloween costume decision ever and debunk some of the January 6th narrative.   News Block 2 examines the horrible inflation report, KJP defends Bidenomics, and the left begins to admit that Republicans might still have a Red Wave inbound on November 8th.   Subscribe to the show, rate it and leave a review before you download, listen, like follow and SHARE Steak for Breakfast content!   Steak for Breakfast:   website: https://steakforbreakfastpodcast.com   linktree: https://linktr.ee/steakforbreakfastpodcast   MyPillow: Promo Code: STEAK at checkout Website: https://mystore.com/steak Website: https://www.mypillow.com/steak Via the Phone: 800-658-8045   Devin Nunes (CEO, Truth Social)•   Truth Social: @devinnunes   Website: https://truthsocial.com   Kash Patel (Former Special Assistant, to President Donald J. Trump)•   Truth Social: @kash   Website: https://fightwithkash.com   Noel Fritsch (Founder, Publisher, the National File)•   Twitter: @NoelFritsch   Website: https://nationalfile.com/

The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 229: How Advocacy Can Shape Your Nursing Career

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 17:01


“Oftentimes, local policy changes are the ones that are going to influence your day-to-day practice most directly—and are the ones where your voice has the most power because you're closer to the decision makers. There are so many ways for nurses to become involved in advocacy, and it can be simple things just like voting or being knowledgeable on the issues,” Erica Fischer-Cartlidge, DNP, RN, AOCNS®, EBP-C, chief clinical officer at ONS, told Lenise Taylor, MN, RN, AOCNS®, BMTCN®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Fischer-Cartlidge explained how she discovered advocacy and encouraged oncology nurses to get involved at multiple levels and speak out for their colleagues and patients. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.25 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 14, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Get updates on the issues affecting oncology nurses. ONS Center for Advocacy and Health Policy Read more from Alec Stone, MA, MPA, ONS Government Affairs Director. ONS course: Advocacy 101: Making a Difference ONS Voice articles: Nurses Are Pivotal to Advancing Biden's Cancer Moonshot Initiative Legislation and Cancer Care: New Policies Improve Nursing Practice and Patient Outcomes When Healthcare Professionals Join Organizations to Advocate, Patients' Voices Are Heard Climate Change Is Contributing to the Cancer Burden, and Nurses Must Take Action All Politics Is Local, and That's Why You Should Get Involved in ONS Advocacy Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles: Amplifying the Global Impact of Oncology Nursing Advocacy: The Pivotal Role of Oncology Nurses Advocacy and Collaboration: Advancing Cancer Prevention and Screening Voices of Oncology Nursing Society Members Matter in Advocacy and Decisions Related to U.S. Health Policy Resources from the American Nurses Association: Latest Advocacy News Advocacy Toolkit To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “We think of advocacy and policy, and our minds automatically go to the national level in Washington, DC. But advocacy at the local level, even within a local organization or regionally at the state level, are just as important, if not more sometimes. There are so many ways for nurses to become involved, and it can be simple things just like voting or being knowledgeable on the issues. And then even bigger like supporting a candidate or communicating with legislators.” Timestamp (TS) 03:18 “Oftentimes, local policy changes are the ones that are going to influence your day to day most directly. And the ones where your voice has the most power because you're closer to the decision makers. For example, if your hospital was proposing policies around mandatory overtime or floating throughout the hospital, you would really be impacted by those decisions. But chances are, people who are making the decisions are also those you are interacting with on a routine basis. . . . So being involved and sharing your knowledge and experience with decision makers can really influence the outcome.” TS 03:58 “Policy I see as a responsibility to my patients and colleagues now. . . . Politics, which is largely about the process of how things get done, is different from the policy, which is the principles we have to guide what we do. I may not like the process of how something gets done, but that doesn't mean I can turn away from the decisions that are made through the process, because they are going to be the standards that govern my day to day. Whatever side of the aisle you fall on, ultimately, we want to do what's best for the patients and the profession. That's what the policy is all about.” TS 07:05 “Awareness I think is the biggest thing that nurses need. Take time to read what issues are up for discussion and the implications of them, sign up for newsletters related to healthcare advocacy so you're routinely informed, think about what you would want the people who are making the decisions on the issues to know. These are small steps that can really be the foundation.” TS 14:26

Hechos Ecuador
Asamblea dispone que autoridades informen las acciones para combatir la situación de inseguridad

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 3:24


Con 119 votos a favor el Pleno de la Asamblea Nacional resolvió disponer la comparecencia ante la Comisión de Seguridad Integral, de Juan Zapata, ministro del Interior; Diego Ordóñez, secretario de Seguridad; Fausto Salinas, comandante general de Policía; María Saltos, directora del Sistema ECU911; y, los gobernadores provinciales, para que informen sobre la delicada situación de inseguridad que atraviesa el Ecuador y cuáles son las acciones a emprender para combatir la misma. La proponente de la resolución, la legisladora Viviana Veloz, expresó su preocupación porque el país está sumido en la violencia e inseguridad y no hay respuesta del Gobierno. Advirtió que, en el caso de su provincia, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas en lo que va del año se han registrado 150 muertes violentas. “Exigimos que el Presidente de la República presente el plan de seguridad y lo ejecute, porque está destruyendo la paz y con ello la economía”, expresó. Blasco Luna reveló que esta mañana, se produjo un caso de sicariato en Cañar, hecho sin precedentes en esta provincia, por lo que demandó la aplicación urgente de un plan de seguridad para todo el país, criterio que fue compartido por Sofía Sánchez, argumentando que Azuay también sufre una ola de delincuencia, para lo que se requiere instalar mesas técnicas en todas las provincias para enfrentar la creciente inseguridad. De su lado, Noemí Cabrera tras advertir que la inseguridad también se vive en El Oro, donde se han registrado 218 muertes violentas en lo que va del año, por lo que demandó la inmedita intervención del Gobierno. Marlon Cadena expresó que “vemos con horror lo que sucede en el país en materia de seguridad, porque los ecuatorianos no estamos a salvo en ningún sitio, ni siquiera en la propia casa”. Rafael Lucero afirmó que todos los días el país es testigo de sicariato, asaltos, muertes violentas, por ello “me sumo al pedido de los 17 millones de ecuatorianos que claman seguridad”. Rosa Belén Mayorga, advirtió que se corre el riesgo de paralizar al país, a consecuencia de la delincuencia. Joel Abad enfatizó que el Ministro del Interior debe explicar en la Asamblea las acciones ante los crímines y violencia. En el debate también intervinieron Simón Remache, Jhajaira Urresta, Luis Almeida, Fernando Villavicencio, Jessica Castillo, Ricardo Chávez, Gruber Zambrano, Geraldine Weber, Ramiro Narváez y Ricardo Vanegas, quienes se refirieron a la inseguridad en las actividades de pesca artesanal, la necesidad de que la Policía resguarde la vida de las personas y construir una ley de seguridad y una política criminal en materia de seguridad, tipificar nuevos delitos que crean zozobra en la ciudadania, como las llamadas “vacunas”, instalación de escaneres en puertos y aeropuertos para controlar la salida de droga, la acción coordinada de todas las autoridades para cambiar esta situación y activar mesas provinciales de seguridad. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Farklı Kaydet.
Tottiler Messiler #249 - STSL | EL ŞENOLICO, FB-GÜMRÜK, GIRESUN-BJK, TS-PAŞA, SOWE, VOLKAN DEMİREL,

Farklı Kaydet.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 88:38


Tottiler Messiler yeni bölümüyle tam kadro yayında! Fritz Fassbender, Hüseyin Kıyıcı ve Koray Gök yeni bölümde STSL'nin 9. haftasının nabzını tuttu, menümüz ise şöyle: (2.00) TS-PAŞA, TS'nin bu sene eğlenceli bir oyun oynama ihtimali var mı? (12.00) FB-Karagümrük, FB'de biraz Avrupa yorgunluğu göze çarptı, Pirlo'nun planı, Altay, Caner, Jorge Jesus (28.00) Giresun-BJK, Ismael ne vaat ediyor, bu vaatler ne kadar gerçekleşiyor ve görevde kalmasına yeter mi? (49.00) Anadolu'dan Notlar: Volkan Demirel, Emre Belözoğlu, Ali Sowe, Ümraniye-Kayseri (1.02.00) Instat'tan flaş istatistikler (1.05.00) Kurtlar Vadisi birinci sezon :( (1.08.00) Fikstüre bakış (1.14.00) Soru-Cevap-Kapanış İlginize teşekkürler, iyi dinlemeler!

Tertulia de Federico
Tertulia de Federico: PSOE y PP buscan seguir politizando la Justicia tras la dimisión de Lesmes

Tertulia de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 91:50


Federico analiza con Girauta y Vara la dimisión de Carlos Lesmes como presidente del TS y del CGPJ y cómo Sánchez y Feijóo mueven ficha..

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: Sánchez y Feijóo se reúnen tras la dimisión de Lesmes

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 16:44


Federico analiza las consecuencias de la dimisión de Lesmes del TS y del CGPJ con PSOE y PP movilizando para seguir controlando la Justicia.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Tertulia de Federico: PSOE y PP buscan seguir politizando la Justicia tras la dimisión de Lesmes

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 91:50


Federico analiza con Girauta y Vara la dimisión de Carlos Lesmes como presidente del TS y del CGPJ y cómo Sánchez y Feijóo mueven ficha..

Es la Mañana de Federico
Resumen de prensa: Reparto de culpas en la dimisión de Lesmes

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:55


La prensa recoge la dimisión de Lesmes como presidente del TS y del CGPJ. En sus análisis reparte culpas salvo El País que se lo achaca sólo al PP.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 7: PSOE y PP siguen manoseando la Justicia

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 28:44


Federico analiza la dimisión de Carlos Lesmes como presidente del TS y del CGPJ y cómo PSOE y PP siguen controlando la Justicia.

Thai Pham
TIN ĐỒN, ĐẶC SẢN CỦA CHỢ CHỨNG KHOÁN VIỆT NAM! THỔI BAY CẢ CHỤC TỶ ĐÔ LA VỐN HÓA

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 121:51


⛔️(LIVESTREAM): TIN ĐỒN, ĐẶC SẢN CỦA CHỢ CHỨNG KHOÁN VIỆT NAM! THỔI BAY CẢ CHỤC TỶ ĐÔ LA VỐN HÓA Thị trường Chứng khoán Việt đang như một con bệnh ốm yếu, gặp đủ loại tin đồn ác ý, bạn cần phải làm gì lúc này? Nếu bạn muốn học hỏi về thị trường chứng khoán thì bạn có thể: ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư khác: * 101 Lời khuyên tài chính cá nhân từ Thái Phạm: https://bit.ly/bk-101-tk * Trend Following: https://bit.ly/bk-trend-tk * The Art and Science of Technical Analysis: https://bit.ly/bk-art-tk * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Nghệ thuật đầu tư Dhandho: http://bit.ly/nghe-thuat-dau-tu-dhandho-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki __

The Oncology Nursing Podcast
Episode 228: Oncologic Emergencies 101: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 22:37 Very Popular


“Consider your patient's diagnosis. What kind of cancer do they have? And ask yourself, ‘Could this patient be in disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC)? Is there something more that we should be doing or looking at?'” Leslie Smith, RN, APRN-CNS, DNP, BMTCN®, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, told Jaime Weimer, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Smith discussed the nursing considerations for the management of DIC. This episode is part of a series about oncologic emergencies; the others are linked in the episode notes. You can earn free NCPD contact hours after listening to this episode by completing the evaluation linked below. Music Credit: “Fireflies and Stardust” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.5 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at myoutcomes.ons.org by October 7, 2024. The planners and faculty for this episode have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose. ONS is accredited as a provider of NCPD by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Episode Notes Complete this evaluation for free NCPD. Previous Oncology Nursing Podcast episodes on oncologic emergencies ONS book: Understanding and Managing Oncologic Emergencies: A Resource for Nurses (third edition) ONS courses: Oncologic Emergencies Treatment and Symptom Management—Oncology RN Essentials in Oncologic Emergencies for the Advanced Practice Provider ONS Huddle Cards™ DIC Huddle Card ONS Prevention of Bleeding Symptom Intervention and Guideline UpToDate Information from Cleveland Clinic Information from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “If the D-dimer is high, that is indicative of a clotting issue occurring. So, the next step for the nurse would be to look for the lab or ask for an order—you can order a DIC panel in some institutions—but look at coagulation labs. And really care and support these patients. DIC is not a disease in itself; it is a symptom of a disease, it is a syndrome. And it's indicative of another problem occurring.” Timestamp (TS) 07:09 “In the chronic form, patients who live in a chronic inflammatory state—maybe from arthritis or whatever the process is—their coagulopathy will not be as severe as an acute form. They may have an elevated prothrombin time (PT) or partial thromboplastin time (PTT). Their platelets may be a little bit low and their fibrinogen may be just a little bit low, but it's not life-threatening. And in an acute stage of DIC, it is life-threatening.” TS 08:43 “If we are taking care of patients who have received CAR T cells, for example, nurses know to monitor for cytokine release syndrome, we're watching for fever, we're watching the C-reactive protein levels or the ferritin levels, and we're treating appropriately via tocilizumabs . . . preventing DIC that way. Patients who are at risk for developing sepsis. . . . watching for signs of impeding infection . . . . Those types of things can prevent DIC from occurring.”  TS 12:26 “I think it can be a little bit confusing for the nurse because they're vague symptoms. So, if you have a patient that is maybe thrombocytopenic, you could attribute, ‘Well, they have all this petechiae from their thrombocytopenia.' It's difficult. That's why you need to really draw a lab. . . . It is not just one lab or one sign or symptom that will diagnosis DIC. There's no one thing that tells you that the patient has DIC. You need to look at all the lab work to make that determination.” TS 14:15 “Nurses are going to support the patient with transfusions. . . . And this will help in an attempt to normalize the lab or at least get the factors and the platelets back up. And then treating the disease. . . . And then in addition, if the patient is infected or septic, administering the antibiotics.” TS 16:26 “DIC is often thought—especially by patients or family—that once you start that chemotherapy or the antibiotics, that the DIC will go away. That is not true. It can take days to weeks for the DIC to resolve itself. It's not something that is going to happen overnight. The patient will need to continue to be supported.” TS 18:13 “Consider what is the diagnosis of your patient. If they have cancer, what kind of cancer do they have? And ask the question to yourself, ‘Could this patient be in DIC? Is there something more that we should be doing or looking at?'” TS 19:22

Thai Pham
NHỮNG BÀI HỌC TÀI CHÍNH CÁ NHÂN TRƯỜNG HỌC KHÔNG DẠY BẠN

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 21:03


NHỮNG BÀI HỌC TÀI CHÍNH CÁ NHÂN TRƯỜNG HỌC KHÔNG DẠY BẠN Đây có lẽ là những bài học về tài chính cá nhân và làm giàu mà bạn ước mình đã có thể biết được từ khi còn ngồi trên ghế nhà trường. Nhưng không bao giờ là quá muộn để theo đuổi tư duy giàu có cả. Xem ngay nhé bạn hữu! ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư: * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki__

Thai Pham
OPEC+ DỒN ÔNG BIDEN VÀO THẾ BÍ GIỮA NHIỆM KÌ! GIÁ DẦU? NĂNG LƯỢNG SẼ RA SAO? LẠM PHÁT?

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 24:28


OPEC+ DỒN ÔNG BIDEN VÀO THẾ BÍ GIỮA NHIỆM KÌ! GIÁ DẦU? NĂNG LƯỢNG SẼ RA SAO? LẠM PHÁT? Mỹ muốn giá dầu giảm để kéo lạm phát xuống, trong khi Saudi Arabia luôn muốn giữ giá dầu ở một mức nhất định để đảm bảo ngân sách. Ông Biden có vào thế bí? Giá dầu, năng lượng sẽ ra sao? Đón xem video này bạn nhé. ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư: * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki__

Thai Pham
OPEC+ CẮT GIẢM SẢN LƯỢNG 2 TRIỆU THÙNG/NGÀY, CÁI "TÁT" VÀO BẦU CỬ GIỮA NHIỆM KỲ CỦA MỸ

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 24:37


OPEC+ CẮT GIẢM SẢN LƯỢNG 2 TRIỆU THÙNG/NGÀY, CÁI "TÁT" VÀO BẦU CỬ GIỮA NHIỆM KỲ CỦA MỸ OPEC+ đã nhất trí cắt giảm sản lượng dầu mỏ ở mức 2 triệu thùng/ngày, đều này sẽ ảnh hưởng đến luồng dịch chuyển vốn đầu tư như thế nào? Xem hết video này nhé bạn hữu! ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng giải pháp hỗ trợ đầu tư Kungfu Stocks Pro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro ⚡ Tìm đọc thêm các quyển sách về đầu tư: * Payback Time - Ngày Đòi Nợ: http://bit.ly/ngay-doi-no-tiki-happy-live * Làm Giàu Từ Chứng Khoán CANSLIM: http://bit.ly/bo-sach-lam-giau-tu-chung-khoan-thuc-hanh-canslim-tiki-happy-live * Cách kiếm lợi nhuận 18.000% từ thị trường chứng khoán: https://bit.ly/cach-kiem-loi-nhuan-18000-tu-thi-truong-chung-khoan-tiki-happy-live * Tuyệt kỹ Giao dịch bằng đồ thị nến Nhật: https://bit.ly/nen-nhat-tiki * Phương pháp kinh doanh và đầu cơ cổ phiếu của Jesse Livermore, huyền thoại đầu cơ Phố Wall: https://bit.ly/how-to-trade-in-stocks-tiki-happy-live * Phương pháp VSA chính gốc: Nghiên cứu cách giao dịch của Wyckoff: https://bit.ly/phuong-phap-vsa-chinh-goc-cua-wyckoff-tiki-happy-live * Điều quan trọng nhất: https://bit.ly/dieu-quan-trong-nhat-tiki-happy-live * Hệ thống giao dịch Ichimoku Charts: https://bit.ly/he-thong-giao-dich-ichimoku-charts-tiki-happy-live * Lạc Quan Tếu - Irrational Exeburance: https://bit.ly/lac-quan-teu-tiki-happy-live **Tủ Sách Tinh Hoa Chứng Khoán Toàn Tập 2021: https://bit.ly/tu-sach-tinh-hoa-chung-khoan-toan-tap-2021-tiki__

Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson
Alan Titchmarsh's Favourite Tulips and Must-Have Bulbs - Episode 88

Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 22:48 Very Popular


For 20% off Alan's favourites please go to sarahraven.com/Alan-Titchmarsh and enter the code ALANSR at the checkout. Offer only available until midnight Sunday 9th October. Ts and Cs apply.You'd be hard pressed to find a name more iconic in the gardening world than the incredible Alan Titchmarsh, so it's an honour and a privilege to host him on this week's delightful episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange'.We're focusing this episode around Alan's love of Tulips and their sculptural purity, divulging varieties from the naturalised to the bombastic, and touch on some other absolute must-have bulbs.In this episode, discover:Alan Titchmarsh's pick of the Tulips, with varieties from the subtle to the spectacularHow growing Tulips in pots can bring the majesty of a growing bulb into the homeMarvellous naturalising Tulips, like Spring Green and Queen of NightStories of Alan's amazement with the incredibly geometric Snake's Head Fritillary and wild Snowball Follow Alan: https://www.instagram.com/alantitchmarshmbe/Order Alan's new book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gardeners-Almanac-Treasury-Inspiration-through/dp/1529389410View all products mentioned and find further advice from Sarah: https://bit.ly/3f2DFiH

Red Pill Revolution
World War III | Putin's Threatens to Nuke ”Satanic” US & Trump Sues CNN

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 91:58


In this week's episode, we discuss the recent terrifying remarks by Russian President Vladamir Putin regarding Nukes, the US being into satanism and child castrations (not wrong), and the recent annexation of several Ukraine territories. We also discuss Donald Trump Suing CNN for 475 million dollars in a defamation lawsuit. In addition to that, we look into a new SCOTUS case that could eliminate the censorship of Big Tech social media platforms. Lastly, we discuss the recent remarks by Kamala Harris saying that funds for relief from Hurricane Ian will be allocated based on skin color and not a necessity.   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it very much. All right, we're gonna jump into it today. We have some pretty wild stories right out the gate, so Putin just accused the west. Insinuating NATO in the United States, obviously of satanism and announces annexations in a terrifying speech. We're also going to discuss that Trump is now suing CNN in what is a $475 million lawsuit for defamation. We are also going to discuss the Supreme Court potentially looking to strike. Down a challenge, well not striking down, but potentially striking down censorship as a challenge to big tax section two 30 liability protections, which is a very interesting case for them to take on, especially with how on fire. Our Supreme Court has been recently, and then we're also gonna discuss  PIR Putin, um, being called out by Pope Francis. Um, calling them out and asking them to end the Ukraine War. Call it, it's all done. The Pope has spoken , especially interesting timing based on the fact that he called them Satanists. Uh, so we will discuss that. A couple other things, but those are the major ones. Again, thank you so much for listening. I need you to do a couple things real. If you listen already, you know what I'm gonna say? I need you to hit that subscribe button if you did it already. I appreciate you. If you've done it before, I appreciate you. If you're about to do it now, which I know you're about to, I can see it. I can feel it in my soul. Your finger is just buzzing and you're about to just. Scroll right on over tap that little phone that you tap millions of times a day. Only this one will have meaning. It'll mean something to me. It'll mean something to you because we will further our relationship today at this very moment as you tap that button, and I know you're just about to tap it right now. Oh my gosh. Thank you. And if you didn't, Shame on you, but not shame on you cuz you're gonna do it anyways right now. Okay, I'm done. Five star review. If you are on Apple Podcast or Spotify, uh, go ahead and subscribe to our YouTube and join the subst red pill revolution.subst.com or you can head over to Red Pill revolution dot c. oh.com is for losers. You know the drill. Head over to the website and sign up directly there. You're gonna get all the articles, all of the, uh, conversations, all the YouTube clips, all of the social media, all of the, the whole deal. Go ahead and sign up for the subst. It's free. It doesn't cost you anything. Just go ahead and sign up. All right, That's what I got. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. So without further ado, Episode number, I guess I've been saying the wrong episode for about four episodes. . I looked at Apple Podcast and apparently this is episode number 46, so excuse my last few numbers. I was wrong. Apparently I'm not very good at math. But anyways, welcome to episode number 46 of the Red Pill Revolution Podcast. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power Now, I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain, and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Vladimir Putin accuses the west of satanism and announces his annexations in a terrifying speech. This is wild. Okay, . It says, Minutes after this speech concluded, Ukraine announced it would formally submit an application to join na. Let's go ahead and read this article. This article is coming from vice.com, so you know it must be 100% completely non-bias and accurate.  says, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the Kremlin today where he announced the annexation of portions of Ukraine, uh, Dansk, Harrison, Zia and Sk. In a speech he accused the west of being Satanist and said that Russia wants to lead an anticolonial movement to smash the west. He then formally announced the annexation of territory that Russia invaded and took by force. After the speech was over, the associated press recorded reported that Ukraine had officially applied for membership na. US President Biden called on the annexation, uh, as a little legitimate promised to continue to support Ukraine and announced his new sanctions on Russia. It's. If you have not been following this, Vladimir Putin literally has been threatening nuclear war against the West for the past two to three weeks now, and nobody seems to be taking this seriously at all. It's. So puzzling to me. We, it's been since the Cold War of the eighties, you know, 40 years almost since we've had any threat of nuclear war against the United States of America, and nobody's taken it seriously. You go look at all of the articles, even the articles on Vice with, when I'm reading right now, everything about it says like, you know, Vladimir Putin's television stations keep. Threatening everybody with nukes and nobody like it's, it's some really a circus show is the name of this. Um, Why Russia's State TV keeps threatening to nuke everything. Now, to be fair, that was from five 10 of 22. So a fair amount of months between now and then. But if he was threatening that four months ago, why are we not concerned about that today? Right. You, you listen to the, um, White House Press Secretary, you listen to Joe Biden himself, you listen to, uh, the weird little scrawny, uh, Halloween, um, Nightmare on Halloween Town, or Nightmare on Halloween looking guy. Uh, I forget his name, but he, he's like the, um, I'll have to look up who he is, but he said something basically along our, We are, you know, the only, the only conversation that's going on about this right now is that they're going to continue supporting Ukraine. They're going, we're gonna nu you if you keep throwing them weapons that are causing destruction against our country and our government is going, ha, do. That's all they're saying. They're not trying to deescalate tensions. They're not trying to do anything at all to save the lives of my family and yours. They're specifically just taunting them, saying, No, you won't. Uh, I don't know if you guys forgot this, but it literally just takes one erratic president or leader of a country to just tap a button and it's all over. It's all over. Look at Hiroshima. Look at the Nagasaki. Look at all of the, the damage that happened as a result of what we in the United States did to another country. Obliterated, literally black smoldering shadows on the ground. If you've ever seen those pictures, they're spine showing. There's like these shadows of children shown in pictures. Uh, basically as soon as Hira Shima hit, they just were obliterated and all that was left was their ash just scorched into the. And meanwhile, while we're getting. , all of these verbal threats for nuclear war, nobody publicly at least, is seeming to take this seriously at all. Now, this is even more interesting because I, I guess within the last two, you know, day or so, let me go ahead and pull this, uh, screenshot that I had up from my. Um, which is makes us even more concerning. This was from today. Um, it says NATO issues. An alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons has gone missing from Arctic base. You heard that right? NATO issues an alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons, meaning nukes goes missing from Arctic. Now this article, which is, uh, a post from Real News, No Bullshit. One of my favorite places to get my news from NATO has warned members of that, a highly sophisticated Russian nuclear powered submarine able to carry doomsday weapons is no longer operating out of its base in the Arctic, raising speculation that Russia could have moved the vessel near Ukraine or to an undisclosed area for a. Native officials say that Russia, um, the Russian submarine is no longer operating out of its white C base where has been active since July. They add that Russia may have been planning a test called, uh, to test a Poseidon weapon system, which is a drone capable of carrying a nuclear bomb. The Poseidon system can be deployed from the submarine and detonated at a depth of a half mile. Russian state media has claimed the weapon system can create a 1600 foot wave that has been dubbed a radioactive tsunami. Oh my God, I haven't read this article yet. Why is nobody talking about this? Literally, go scroll the damn news right now. And nobody's talking about the fact that Russians submarined, which they have threatened to cause a nuclear tsunami with from underneath the water, against their enemies is missing. Nobody's talking about this. Not a single conversation that I've heard besides real news. No bullshit. It's not on Vice, it's not on the hill, it's not on Fox, it's not on cnn. It's nowhere. They want to keep all of this conversation to a minimum, which tells you that they don't think they're bluffing. If they thought they were bluffing, they would not be screaming from the mountaintops the way that they are. They wouldn't be minimizing this stuff on the social media channels. Right? I mean, screaming from the mountaintops about how they're not gonna do anything right to the general public. They're not, They're obviously not saying that to the soldiers. They're not saying that to the military. They're saying that to you and I because they want to make you naive to what's really going on here, and this is horr. Strategic intelligence expert Rebecca Koffler reacted to the news saying that while Russia has had major setbacks in Ukraine, the world should not underestimate Russian's submarine and nuclear capabilities. She added that they have. There have been times when Russia nuclear powered attack submarines, armed with long-range cruise missiles, Unde run undetected for weeks close to US shores Who man, This, I don't know. I, This is the closest that we've ever been to nuclear war in at least four decades, and they're downplaying the hell out of it. Nobody, nobody on mainstream media is talking about these things, and that one right there is terrifying. Terrifying. So let's go back to this Here we're sa we're, we're Putin's calling us or calling our government Satanists. And if you know the history of, you know, this podcast and you've listened to a fair amount of the episodes that we've discussed these things, that's not too far off. It's really not. When you look at the Bohemian and Grove situation, you look at the, you know, the, the references to Malo in Hillary Clinton's emails. You look at all of these things that show that the, you know, elitist of our country, the, the, you know, the illuminati illuminati symbolism that is used, you know, and if you go wa actually look at these things cuz I, you know, don't, don't take my word for it, but actually go look into it because it's pretty wild. Once you see that, the, see the, the, the way they shake hands and the, the specific. Photos that they have where they're like looking through the eye of hos and like all of these really interesting sim like symbols that are used to, to kind of speak this language that you and I aren't privy to. That has been associated with our politics. Right. And, and then that gets really deep. You can go back to, you know, some of the other podcasts that we've talked about that, but it's a real thing. Okay. Um, go do your own research on it, and I'm sure I will do an episode on and again in the future, and this almost sparks my interest again because, uh, Yeah, he, he's not too far off all. It says that Putin speech on the annexation of the territories is the accumulation of. Um, with that began in 2014 when Kremlin back forces sees CME in pieces of Eastern Ukraine. I want the key authorities and their real masters in the West to hear me so that they remember this. People living in Luhansk and Didos, Kirson and zilla are becoming our citizens forever. Putin set. He also went on to say that we called the Kiev regime to immediately end hostilities and the war that they unleashed back in 2014 and returned to the negotiating table. We are ready for this, but we will not discuss the choice of the people in Dans, Lou, Sk, Zappia, and Kirson that has been made. Russia will not betray them. In the 2005 speech, Putin told the world that the collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century. It was a theme he returned to was in speech announcing the annexation of the territory seas from Ukraine as once before. After the revolution, the borders of the union republics were carved up from behind the scenes. He said, so that the last leaders of the Soviet Union, contrary to the direct expression of the will of the majority of the people in the referendum of 1991, destroyed our great nation confronting the people with a fate. Not sure what that means. I admit that they do did not fully understand what they were doing and what consequences this would inevitably lead to in the end. But this is no longer important. There is no Soviet Union. The past cannot be brought back, and Russia today does not need it anymore. We are not striving for this. Putin speech was ossibly about the annexation of the territory into Russia, but he kept returning to the. Yeah, because the war is not against Ukraine, it's against NATO and the us. We know that we've, every speech he's ever given indicates that this is a proxy war with Ukraine against NATO in the United States. It's not about Ukraine. Ukraine is just the, the, is just the arm of the NATO and UN that's being, you know, funded to fight this war because they don't want a world. It goes on to say that he blamed Anglo Saxons for the destruction of the Nord Stream one and two pipelines without blaming a specific country. Sanctions were not enough for the Anglo Saxons. They moved on to sabotage, he said during the Reuter's translation, and it's hard to believe that. But it is a fact that they organized the blast of the Nord Stream International Gas pipelines, which run aro across, which run along the bottom of the Baltic Sea. In fact, they began to destroy the pan European energy infrastructure. It is clear to everyone who benefits from this. Of course, he who benefits did it Putin said Putin also made a. Veiled joke about how sex change operations during his speech, according to Financial Times, Moscow bureau Chief Max Setin, he accused the west of outright satanism. Putin said that he wants to lead an anticolonial movement. So he basically, when in a don't actually. Um, call him out for, you know, they don't, they don't quote him on that, but he called, he said that they were doing gender surgeries on children, which is absolutely accurate. Nothing he is saying here. Is that wild? Yes. There are people within high political positions in celebrities who practice satanism. Yes. We, as the western culture in society and leader of western culture are doing gender reassignment, surger. Basically castrating our children in the name of Wilm. Nothing is wrong here. There is not any mixing of words. He's not saying anything that's off at all, which is even more terrifying when you know he's about to nu us for it. So he said the speech included one reference to nuclear weapons. Typical for Putin's recent public statements. Oh, typical Putin threatening us with nukes. Ha ha. Vice news. This like, what? How. Typical. Oh, typical. Like down, literally that word. Typical just downplays the idea of a nuclear attack on your families. Murdering all of us over their, his belief of their, you know, satanic and child re gendering surgeries and more so obviously the fight that's happening in Ukraine. So he's just calling us out for our culture while simultaneously, obviously the war's over Ukraine and nato. Right. If you don't know the backstory, let's just touch on it. Putin didn't want Ukraine becoming a part of NATO because then NATO has the ability to attack the Russia from a very, very, very, very, very close proximity. Just in the same way that if Mexico was taken over by Russia and now there's nukes on our border, and at anytime they could press a single button and then the split second. We're all dead, right? Just gives access to, to begin to encroach on our territory, which is what Ukraine was, which only became a thing in 2014 after Obama administration basically overthrew the government in a coup. Okay, There's your backstory. That's what this is about, Goes on to say. During several speeches in February after the invasion, he made direct nuclear threats and put Russia's nuclear forces on high alert and the speech announcing the partial mobilization of the Russian people. On September 21st, Putin accused NATO of using nuclear blackmail and said he would not hesitate to use his own nus to those who allow themselves to make such statements about Russia. Would like to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components more modern than those of NATO c. He said in September, And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. This is not a bluff. That's the words of the president of the country, that our country is currently in a proxy war with. It says with the referendum, Putin has expanded the territory, which he has threatened to protect with nuclear weapons. Used the threat of nuclear war to do it, but he, It was quick in the speech today to point to America, the US is the only country in history who has ever used nuclear weapons. True. Creating a precedent, by the way, he said the speech ended with Putin in four Moscow. Back. Leaders of the territory, Russia forcibly seized, holding hands, en chanting. Russia, Russia. Minutes after the speech concluded, Ukrainian. Solensky released a video where he announced Ukraine would be applying for membership to nato further poking the bear, further poking the bear, right? If you don't think that's a, you know, uh, a response to show that, you know, this is getting so, like, this is pretty scary stuff, guys. Like, if you haven't been paying attention to this, attention to this, if you have not been concerned about. You really probably didn't need to, but this is getting, I mean, I'm this, it's hard to even try to wrap your head around and be concerned. We are in a, we are in a cold war with Russia now. Today, right now, these words that are happening is exactly what was happening during the Cold War. They have their fingers over the button saying you won't do it, and if you do do it, I'll do it. That's exa. We are in a Cold War with Russia, the United States, while also, which wasn't a part of what was going on before in a proxy war with them already terrifying. So on the backs of Putin calling the West Satanist, let's go ahead and talk about how Pope Francis calls on Russian. Russian. Pope Francis calls on Russian president Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine. Pope Francis has called on him to stop the war adding that he is haunted by rivers of blood and tears. In the statement. Pope Francis said, My appeal goes above all the presidents. Of the Russian Federation begging for him to stop this spiral of violence and death, even out of love for his own people. I strongly deplore the grave situation that he has created in the last few days with more actions that are contrary to the principles of international law on the other side, pained by the err, enormous suffering of the Ukrainian people following the aggression that suffered. I addressed an equally hopeful appeal to the president of Ukraine to be open to a serious peace proposal. . Pope Francis also condemned the annexation of the four regions saying that it is risk, serious escalation of a nuclear war. You know the guy who allegedly is the closest direction, you know, the closest conversation to God. is telling us, yeah, we're pretty close to war. You know, according to the Catholic religion, it says that the the pops call to end the wars the first time. He has directed his message to PIR Putin. Earlier this year, he spoke to the Russian holy figure patriarch. Cur. Interesting. So this is getting wild where even, you know, at a point now where it's being, you know, Satanist verse, you know, whatever the general religion of Russia is, I assume it's some form of Christianity, the um, which is kind of stupid that I don't know that what is, I would assume it is, right? Maybe I'm just dumb. So let's look at that. Cause if you're curious, I would assume, right? It says that, Yeah, I'm right. Not as dumb as I thought. Religion in Russia is diverse with Christianity, especially rough Russian orthodoxy. I know that when you get to like the, um, there's a lot of like Muslim faith when it comes to different regions surrounding there. Um, like, uh, let's see. Looks like that's, that's the primary religion. Um, Russian, Orthodox Muslim is 10 to 15%. So Christianity, Uh, yeah. Christian, Christian, Orthodox, Christianity, Islam, 15%. Muslim, 11%. Yeah. Interesting. Okay, let's move on. So that's where we're at with that. Quite terrifying. And on the backs of that, let's go back to our country. Where it says that Donald Trump is suing CNN for $475 million for defamation. Yeah, heard that right? Almost a half a billion dollars where Trump is suing CNN for defamation. This could put the nail in the coffin for CNN after, you know, how CNN Plus went. Uh, but let's go ahead and read this article. This is coming from the Hill and it says, Former President Trump has sued CNN in federal court in Florida. For defamation in the lawsuit filed Monday, Trump's attorneys claim that CNN has sought to use its massive influence, purportedly as a trusted news source to defam the plaintiff in the minds of its viewers and read readers for the purpose of defeating him politically culminating in cnn, claiming credit for getting Trump out of office in the 2020 presidential election, which was actually caught on tape by Project Veritas in one of their sneaky little, um, bumble slash uh, you. Dating app escapades is what I bet you that's, I don't know how they do it at project fair test, but I bet you that's it. Um, it's all just like, you know, catfishing a bunch of, you know, sad political opponents. It goes on to say that the former president is seeking out 475 million I punitive damages. According to the lawsuit, Trump announced his intent to sue the network earlier this summer saying in a statement. He would also be commencing actions against other media outlets who have defamed him and defrauded the public regarding the overwhelming evidence of fraud throughout the 2020 election. The former president's attorney alleged that in the filing of CNN has undertaken a smear campaign to malign the plaintiff with a barrage of negative associations, innuendos, broadcasting commentary that he is like a cult leader, A Russian lacky, a dog whistler to white supremacist, and a racist sounds a lot like defamation to me. It also cited anchors, personalities, imp pundants from CNN using the term big Lie, to refer to Trump's repeated false statements about the 2020 repeated false statements about the 2020 election and voter fraud as evidence of the outlet attempting to associate him with a Adolph Hitler. In the order to approve defamation, public officials and other public figures must prove journalists acted with actual malice or reckless disregard for the truth in your reporting. Yeah. This should be an easy one, a high legal bar to clear, given the First Amendment protections granted to the free press under the Constitution. The New York Times, for example, has not lost a defamation case in more than 50 years. Yeah, but they're not going up against the former p. And multi billionaire. CNN is a fraudulent foil of Trump. This says, or is a frequent foil of Trump, his followers and allies, as well as conservatives, more general. In 2020, the network suddenly 275 million lawsuit brought by a high school student in Kentucky who was at the center of a viral video controversy indicating lightning. Rob for critics on the mainstream media, you know, going back to, I'm pretty sure what they're discussing is the kid who was in, um, you know, get getting yelled at by some. What he, you know, some Native American tribes people, while he was like banging on a drum, but really they like changed it to make him look bad when the actual evidence showed contrary that it was the, the Native American guy who was being a jerk. If I recall correctly, it goes on to say that the latest lawsuit of from the former president comes amid big changes at cnn, which was recently sold to Media Conglomerate Discovery. Hmm. CNN's new president, Chris Licked. Is that his name licked, liked licked. I'm gonna go with Licked cuz that sounds Sillier has made several changes to the network's programming in personnel scrapping its Sunday show, focused on media affairs and telling staff the network. He would like to see a renewed commitment to journalism over punditry and speculation. Looked reported. Reportedly told network anchors in a meeting earlier this year that this, they should reign in the use of the phrase the big lie while referring to Trump's election crimes, worrying that it was too partisan. Yeah, think the network declined a comment on Trump's lawsuit Monday. Wow. $475 million that Donald Trump is going after them for. That would be wild. And what a string of events to start off the ownership by discovery. Um, but good, good. This should absolutely happen if you're in the press and you are intentionally defrauding and using lies and defaming a president of the sitting, president of the United. The entire time with just literally just made up bullshit. Almost everything that they said about him was a lie. The Russiagate lie. Everything about Russia that you've ever heard related to Trump was a lie. Every part of it. Every part of it. The 2020 election, having some merit to the idea that there was stolen ballots and election fraud is true, true. You go back and look at the, you know, 2000, or was it, uh, however many, I think it was 2000 mules or something like that. 2000 people is all it took to steal that election. Right. If you understand how the election actually works, it doesn't take millions of millions of votes. Right? And if you just look at President Biden right now, and you think that's the man, that's the man who got more votes than any president in history. That's the. Not Barack Obama, the statesmen, the, you know, well, uh, you know, established man who can actually formulate a sentence properly. Not that one, not Donald Trump. The, you know, political personality of the century.  wild and, you know, aggressive and sometimes abrasive to all the right people. Uh, go back to Rosie Donald Um, not. But President Biden, the one who's, you know, falls asleep, can't finish a sentence. Um, and, you know, likes to sniff children's heads in public alongside being, being written down in his child's diary as taking inappropriate showers with her through her younger, older ages. By the way, we talked about it last time I was drinking Basil Hayden. This time I'm drinking a San Pellegrin. Makes me feel fancy. Um, participating in sober October, not because I'm a drunk or because I like doing drugs. Um, just mostly because I think it's an interesting, uh, mostly because it's an interesting, um, it's just like personal growth, right? I, I think it's just putting attention on something and just, you know, showing yourself that you can do it. If I wanted to not have a whiskey once a week, twice a week, Maybe three times a week when I'm feeling frisky. Um, doesn't bother me at all. Doesn't bother me one bit. Don't care. And, uh, sometimes it's good to reset the old clock and, uh, you. Kind of nice getting back to, uh, you know, one thing that I will announce is that I am actually currently actively writing a book, um, that I think will be really interesting and I'm excited to share more news about as time goes on and I start to get further into it. Uh, but I think it's a really important book. Um, I think it's gonna be a really powerful book. That a lot of people are thirsty for and they really don't even know it yet. It kind of brings all together a lot of the topics that we're talking about from the perspective of the next generation, um, children and, uh, where our culture's going. If we don't look to correct these things aggressively, That are going on. Um, so keep an ear out for that. I'm really excited for that. I have, uh, kind of my chapters laid out. I have a few of the chapters written and started. Um, but what I'm gonna start doing is bringing on some more guests to the podcast who are actually gonna be contributing to my research on this, each individual topic that I'm discussing here. So you'll start to see it kind of play out in front of you and then, Um, I'd be really interested to see how many of you are actually interested in, uh, purchasing. I think it'll be a really great book. I think it'll be really powerful. Like I said, I, I know that I, um, it's something that I'm really thirsty to research and really thirsty, um, or really excited more so to talk about these things and make an impact in the lives of, you know, parents, children, our culture in general. And, uh, yeah. Keep an air out for that. Really excited to, to get into that. Um, gotten into a really good groove and instead of doing like, you know, all the other, you know, big podcaster people doing sober October are doing the big, uh, you know, workout challenges and, you know, 500 calories a day with Joe Rogan and, and those guys. Um, What I'm doing is I'm writing every day. I'm waking up at 5, 5 30 in the morning as I, you know, regretfully am recording this podcast at 1130 at night . So, uh, do me a favor and keep an ear out for that. I'm really, really excited to, um, to really dive into that on top of everything else that I'm doing. So, um, yeah. Oh, and on the backs of. Let's talk about it real quick. Go ahead over to Red Pill revolution.co. Sign up for the subs stack. Um, you'll get an email with everything. All the links are the articles, everything that we discuss here today directly to your inbox, along with the full video podcast, all of it. So go sign up for that if you didn't already. If you are there already, I appreciate ya. Um, and then the next thing is to go over to Red Pill revolution.co. You'll see a list of the states that you can sign up for life insurance for. Okay? Now, if Vladimir put. Does Merk us all, if he just murders us, obliterates us all with Nokes. Maybe not all of us, cuz you need a beneficiary, . But if you die and you wanna leave somebody money from Putin's, you know, Nokes, maybe put a secondary or third, uh, be beneficiary that's in a different country. Um, but. If that happens, or if anything else happens like life, You know, this has been a, you know, a pretty dark season in my life with lots of, uh, loved ones and family members that, uh, yeah, it's been, it's been a tough season and I've seen the effects, um, that those things can bring financial hardship, uh, difficulties far beyond financial hardship. But just to take away that difficulty for your family in a time that is the worst moment that they'll ever experience in their entire life. Just take it off their plate. I pay like 60 bucks a month was what I was quoted for a $2 million policy. That's what I have on myself for my family. If I die right now, they're gonna be rich son. Yeah, they'll be pretty sad, I would assume. They'll be very sad, but they'll be very sad and also rich. Which is better than just being very sad. So , head over to red pill revolution.co. Click the menu button and it will take you to a, um, a third party website. But not a third party company is under my license directly. I'm a licensed life insurance and health insurance, uh, advisor in a previous life. Um, so I kept those licenses to be able to help you guys. Head over there right now, put in your information, see what it takes. I recommend a 15 year policy at 15 times your annual salary. Okay. Now that's all I got for you. If you haven't already, leave a five star review with me in the world. If you can't do any of that other stuff, you don't need life insurance. You already got some, but be that can beat it. But anyways, if you don't need any of that stuff, you don't wanna sign up for the subst stack or you're already there, you don't need life insurance. Go ahead on your phone right now, it would mean just as much to me. Go ahead and click the button. Leave a five star review would mean the world. Write a little something. I've seen some more recent ones in there. In fact, I will read a couple for you right now so that you know when you post one right now, maybe I will read yours next episode. Um, but the most recent one was very, very, um, nice of somebody. And this was posted on Wednesday. Anna Ara, a r a g 74, which says, Of course, especially nowadays, there are going to be ridiculous critics who hold nonsensical views that will take jobs against this podcast. I'm assuming they meant jab. Jobs. I don't have many, very many jobs for you right now. take jab against this podcast for being real, truthful, honest, and not afraid to talk about the reality of the issues we are facing today. Regardless of that nonsense, this show continues to bring it. I love your content. I love your work, and I love the fact that you bring the truth regardless of whatever misguided nonsense that you have to face from virtue signaling, leftist, Keep up the great work, a r a r g 74. I appreciate you. That means the world to me. Um, honestly, like this is. Not an easy position to be in today's world when you know the only way to grow is through social media. And the only play there's, they're really gonna really. Beat you with a censorship stick is social media. So it's been really difficult to, uh, you know, it was, it was pretty, pretty seamless and, and easy to get this off the ground. Um, but it's been a consistent grind to continue growing. So, um, that means the world. And even if I didn't grow another user today, just the fact that you guys were all listening to this right now, um, means the world to me. So thank you so much. Um, I really do appreciate it. Leave a five star review for me and maybe next week I will read your. And call you out here. So, um, love you guys. I appreciate you honestly. So let's move on to our next topic here, which is going to be the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to big text section two 30 liability protections, which entails on the backs of that censorship. Okay, so the Supreme Court is going to hear a challenge to section two 30, which is the law that allows them to be, um, which allows them not to have possible repercussions for hosting. Content like terrorist content as the shows up here. But let's go ahead and discuss this and talk about how it comes back to real everyday censorship, like with stuff like you and me. So this says that the Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases this term on whether social media companies can be held financially responsible for hosting terrorist content, the family of Nohemi. Gonzales, a 23 year old US citizen killed during a 2015 series of Islamic state terror attacks in Paris. Sued YouTube's parent company Google arguing the video sharing site. Not only provided a platform for videos comparing containing terrorist content, but also recommended the videos to users. The family alleges that the YouTube algorithms allowed hundreds of radicalizing videos and citing violence and recruiting potential supporters to be targeted to users of the platform. Section 2 0 3 of the DE Communications Decency Act. Access Companies like YouTube, Google, and Twitter are generally shielded from liability for information uploaded by their users. But the case Gonzales versus Google asks whether it should be applied to when tech companies make targeted recommendations. A judge dismissed the case and the family appealed to the Supreme Court. The second case the Supreme Court agreed to hear Twitter verse taina involves a 2017 death of Jordanian citizen during a ISIS affiliated attack on Istanbul. Alo Off's. Family sued social media giants, Twitter, Google, and Facebook. Arguing that the companies did not take enough action to control terrorist content on their sites, a lower court allowed the case to move forward. But Twitter argued that the earlier decision then properly expanded the scope of the Anti-Terrorism Act. In warrants review from the Supreme Court, both cases could have significant implications, uh, for online speech and the role of tech companies in controlling what users share through their platforms. Now, it sounds like that could have an effect potentially in the other way, right? If the recommendations of content are in some way curated or allowed to be targeted in the spec one specific way or another. Um, but. I do find it, uh, you know, the whole idea of section two 30 is giving them immunity from having, you know, target of, of being sued for the content that they host, right? Which could lead them potentially to not make targeted recommendations and to allow it to be a general algorithm, which would take away the censorship that is currently actively happening today. If you didn't know this, Donald Trump is not allowed on Twitter. You know who? Al-Qaeda, Al-Qaeda's on Twitter, ISIS on Twitter today. Still a thing still on there as we speak. They're able to be there. Now. That might change with everything that's going on here. Um, but it'll be really interesting to see because like I said, the Supreme Court is on fire doing the right thing. Lately, So it'll be interesting to see what they do with this. Um, I, for 1:00 AM so fed up with the censorship that is happening almost every turn. I've started to get a little bit of my platform back through Instagram. Um, but it's just been a unbelievably frustrating, difficult thing to navigate. And if censorship right away tomorrow. I would be the happiest boy in all of the land. and I would frolic through social media. I would skip and dance as all of my videos went viral, just like they did at the very beginning of me starting this before I got smacked in the face with the Instagram band. Hammer in censorship hammer, um, and shadow Band Hammer multiple, multiple, multiple times, which has stifled this unbelievably. But we grind on and we still grow. So, love you guys. Thank you for sharing this. That is one of the only ways that we can get the word out in the, this is just talking to people. Let 'em know about this podcast. Let 'em know that the, you know, just like r g 47 or whatever the number was, we're out here slinging the truth, right? We're sling in the truth. And the only way you can get it on it is by subscribing to the podcast, is by getting on our social media channels at Red Pill Revolt. And if you can't find that Red Pill Revolt, look for the one with two Ts. That's our backup. Um, but I post different content on there, so make sure that you, uh, you know, get to both of them. Um, but find us on truth Social. Join the subs, stack all of it. Go to the website. You can get to everything right from there. Red pill revolution.co. I spent hours on that website, so appreciate it. Get there. See my lovely face drinking whiskey, which I can't do for another 20 29, 20 28. That's a win 28 days and 23 minutes now. Um, I will be having a beautiful whiskey with all of you. Um, but anyways. Hopefully the censorship goes away. Um, it's been quite irritating to see, you know, and, and even crazier to see what our, uh, you know, what our politicians are able to say and what we're not allowed to say is just wild because, you know, there's literally never been any censorship towards the right things towards, you know, uh, Biden saying there's gonna be a winter of illness and death towards saying that the vaccine actually allows you to be immune from getting covid. To say that cloth masks work, all of this stuff that was actual misinformation or just as I like to call it, wrong, shit, none of that's been flagged. It's only flagged when you and I do it about the actual truth because it's not about censoring things that are wrong. It's about censoring things that threaten the agenda of the elites, that threaten the agenda of our politicians, that threaten the profitability of these corporations. That's what censorship's about. It's not about you and I posting a meme about Hunter Biden that is.  because they're probably all right to begin with. He's done some wild shit, but it's not about that. It's about stifling the conversations and stifling the spreading of real things that may cause dissent against the government's position. That's what it's about. All right. And to speak about how silly their position is, let's finish off with this video of Kamala Harris saying that she's going to allocate more funds to minority communities for hurricane I. Than she is to white communities. Let's listen to this because on this week's episode of Is It Racist, Kamala Harris says she's not going to save white people from Hurricane I. That might be a little bit of an exaggeration, , but basically that's what it sounds like. I just picture Kamala Harris on a boat going to save these people. Um, and then leaving all the white people on the island by themselves in Florida, which, you know, it is. Here we go. Our, um, lowest income communities and our communities of color that our most impacted by these extreme conditions and, and impacted by, by issues that are not of their own making. And so, , Absolutely. And women. And so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we, we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity. Understanding. Not everyone starts out at the same place. And if we want people to be in an equal place, sometimes we have to take into account those disparities. Um, and, And do that work. Yeah. Clap for racism. Everybody clap for racism. Way to go. Kamala. Sometimes we want equality and sometimes we wanna leave white people on an island to die during a hurricane because they deserve it and they cause the hurricanes according to Kamala Harris. How wild of a statement could you imagine if they actually followed through on that? Like obviously she's just spewing bullshit to get those seven people in the audience clapping. But if they actually followed through on this and there was a boat going across Florida with a sign on it that says Blacks only. Why Latinos only boat, and then they just left all the white people to die and drowned in their homes because of the color of their skin, like they chose that color of skin when they were born. This is literally the definition of racism. How is it not? Tell me it's not. It's crazy. It's unbelievable that this racist woman can sit on a stage as the second most powerful person in the world. And spew garbage about how white people deserve to die in a hurricane, basically because they caused the hurricane as like, what? You know, we have to recognize that there's certain things given at birth and, you know, they, they are the outcome. You know, like what, what you literally just said, you're gonna let a certain race go unhelped because of the color of their skin. Imagine if that was reversed. Imagine if. Donald Trump, let's make it real insightful, said that, you know, we're gonna allocate funds specifically to white communities to help save them from the after effects of, of Hurricane Ian. You know, we're gonna, we're gonna save the, the whites and not the blacks because, you know, equity, equality, skin color, racism, everybody ever would've screamed at the top of their lungs on the streets. At every news station there was. It's so crazy. And that is what I have for you guys today. Thank you so much for listening. I hope if you're in Florida and you are white, I hope somebody comes to save you . Uh, and head over to the website, Red pill revolution.co. Um, I appreciate you guys so much. I hope you have a wonderful, wonderful day, morning, evening, whatever it is, and welcome to. The revolution. Thank you. Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it very much. All right, we're gonna jump into it today. We have some pretty wild stories right out the gate, so Putin just accused the west. Insinuating NATO in the United States, obviously of satanism and announces annexations in a terrifying speech. We're also going to discuss that Trump is now suing CNN in what is a $475 million lawsuit for defamation. We are also going to discuss the Supreme Court potentially looking to strike. Down a challenge, well not striking down, but potentially striking down censorship as a challenge to big tax section two 30 liability protections, which is a very interesting case for them to take on, especially with how on fire. Our Supreme Court has been recently, and then we're also gonna discuss  PIR Putin, um, being called out by Pope Francis. Um, calling them out and asking them to end the Ukraine War. Call it, it's all done. The Pope has spoken , especially interesting timing based on the fact that he called them Satanists. Uh, so we will discuss that. A couple other things, but those are the major ones. Again, thank you so much for listening. I need you to do a couple things real. If you listen already, you know what I'm gonna say? I need you to hit that subscribe button if you did it already. I appreciate you. If you've done it before, I appreciate you. If you're about to do it now, which I know you're about to, I can see it. I can feel it in my soul. Your finger is just buzzing and you're about to just. Scroll right on over tap that little phone that you tap millions of times a day. Only this one will have meaning. It'll mean something to me. It'll mean something to you because we will further our relationship today at this very moment as you tap that button, and I know you're just about to tap it right now. Oh my gosh. Thank you. And if you didn't, Shame on you, but not shame on you cuz you're gonna do it anyways right now. Okay, I'm done. Five star review. If you are on Apple Podcast or Spotify, uh, go ahead and subscribe to our YouTube and join the subst red pill revolution.subst.com or you can head over to Red Pill revolution dot c. oh.com is for losers. You know the drill. Head over to the website and sign up directly there. You're gonna get all the articles, all of the, uh, conversations, all the YouTube clips, all of the social media, all of the, the whole deal. Go ahead and sign up for the subst. It's free. It doesn't cost you anything. Just go ahead and sign up. All right, That's what I got. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. So without further ado, Episode number, I guess I've been saying the wrong episode for about four episodes. . I looked at Apple Podcast and apparently this is episode number 46, so excuse my last few numbers. I was wrong. Apparently I'm not very good at math. But anyways, welcome to episode number 46 of the Red Pill Revolution Podcast. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power Now, I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain, and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Vladimir Putin accuses the west of satanism and announces his annexations in a terrifying speech. This is wild. Okay, . It says, Minutes after this speech concluded, Ukraine announced it would formally submit an application to join na. Let's go ahead and read this article. This article is coming from vice.com, so you know it must be 100% completely non-bias and accurate.  says, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the Kremlin today where he announced the annexation of portions of Ukraine, uh, Dansk, Harrison, Zia and Sk. In a speech he accused the west of being Satanist and said that Russia wants to lead an anticolonial movement to smash the west. He then formally announced the annexation of territory that Russia invaded and took by force. After the speech was over, the associated press recorded reported that Ukraine had officially applied for membership na. US President Biden called on the annexation, uh, as a little legitimate promised to continue to support Ukraine and announced his new sanctions on Russia. It's. If you have not been following this, Vladimir Putin literally has been threatening nuclear war against the West for the past two to three weeks now, and nobody seems to be taking this seriously at all. It's. So puzzling to me. We, it's been since the Cold War of the eighties, you know, 40 years almost since we've had any threat of nuclear war against the United States of America, and nobody's taken it seriously. You go look at all of the articles, even the articles on Vice with, when I'm reading right now, everything about it says like, you know, Vladimir Putin's television stations keep. Threatening everybody with nukes and nobody like it's, it's some really a circus show is the name of this. Um, Why Russia's State TV keeps threatening to nuke everything. Now, to be fair, that was from five 10 of 22. So a fair amount of months between now and then. But if he was threatening that four months ago, why are we not concerned about that today? Right. You, you listen to the, um, White House Press Secretary, you listen to Joe Biden himself, you listen to, uh, the weird little scrawny, uh, Halloween, um, Nightmare on Halloween Town, or Nightmare on Halloween looking guy. Uh, I forget his name, but he, he's like the, um, I'll have to look up who he is, but he said something basically along our, We are, you know, the only, the only conversation that's going on about this right now is that they're going to continue supporting Ukraine. They're going, we're gonna nu you if you keep throwing them weapons that are causing destruction against our country and our government is going, ha, do. That's all they're saying. They're not trying to deescalate tensions. They're not trying to do anything at all to save the lives of my family and yours. They're specifically just taunting them, saying, No, you won't. Uh, I don't know if you guys forgot this, but it literally just takes one erratic president or leader of a country to just tap a button and it's all over. It's all over. Look at Hiroshima. Look at the Nagasaki. Look at all of the, the damage that happened as a result of what we in the United States did to another country. Obliterated, literally black smoldering shadows on the ground. If you've ever seen those pictures, they're spine showing. There's like these shadows of children shown in pictures. Uh, basically as soon as Hira Shima hit, they just were obliterated and all that was left was their ash just scorched into the. And meanwhile, while we're getting. , all of these verbal threats for nuclear war, nobody publicly at least, is seeming to take this seriously at all. Now, this is even more interesting because I, I guess within the last two, you know, day or so, let me go ahead and pull this, uh, screenshot that I had up from my. Um, which is makes us even more concerning. This was from today. Um, it says NATO issues. An alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons has gone missing from Arctic base. You heard that right? NATO issues an alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons, meaning nukes goes missing from Arctic. Now this article, which is, uh, a post from Real News, No Bullshit. One of my favorite places to get my news from NATO has warned members of that, a highly sophisticated Russian nuclear powered submarine able to carry doomsday weapons is no longer operating out of its base in the Arctic, raising speculation that Russia could have moved the vessel near Ukraine or to an undisclosed area for a. Native officials say that Russia, um, the Russian submarine is no longer operating out of its white C base where has been active since July. They add that Russia may have been planning a test called, uh, to test a Poseidon weapon system, which is a drone capable of carrying a nuclear bomb. The Poseidon system can be deployed from the submarine and detonated at a depth of a half mile. Russian state media has claimed the weapon system can create a 1600 foot wave that has been dubbed a radioactive tsunami. Oh my God, I haven't read this article yet. Why is nobody talking about this? Literally, go scroll the damn news right now. And nobody's talking about the fact that Russians submarined, which they have threatened to cause a nuclear tsunami with from underneath the water, against their enemies is missing. Nobody's talking about this. Not a single conversation that I've heard besides real news. No bullshit. It's not on Vice, it's not on the hill, it's not on Fox, it's not on cnn. It's nowhere. They want to keep all of this conversation to a minimum, which tells you that they don't think they're bluffing. If they thought they were bluffing, they would not be screaming from the mountaintops the way that they are. They wouldn't be minimizing this stuff on the social media channels. Right? I mean, screaming from the mountaintops about how they're not gonna do anything right to the general public. They're not, They're obviously not saying that to the soldiers. They're not saying that to the military. They're saying that to you and I because they want to make you naive to what's really going on here, and this is horr. Strategic intelligence expert Rebecca Koffler reacted to the news saying that while Russia has had major setbacks in Ukraine, the world should not underestimate Russian's submarine and nuclear capabilities. She added that they have. There have been times when Russia nuclear powered attack submarines, armed with long-range cruise missiles, Unde run undetected for weeks close to US shores Who man, This, I don't know. I, This is the closest that we've ever been to nuclear war in at least four decades, and they're downplaying the hell out of it. Nobody, nobody on mainstream media is talking about these things, and that one right there is terrifying. Terrifying. So let's go back to this Here we're sa we're, we're Putin's calling us or calling our government Satanists. And if you know the history of, you know, this podcast and you've listened to a fair amount of the episodes that we've discussed these things, that's not too far off. It's really not. When you look at the Bohemian and Grove situation, you look at the, you know, the, the references to Malo in Hillary Clinton's emails. You look at all of these things that show that the, you know, elitist of our country, the, the, you know, the illuminati illuminati symbolism that is used, you know, and if you go wa actually look at these things cuz I, you know, don't, don't take my word for it, but actually go look into it because it's pretty wild. Once you see that, the, see the, the, the way they shake hands and the, the specific. Photos that they have where they're like looking through the eye of hos and like all of these really interesting sim like symbols that are used to, to kind of speak this language that you and I aren't privy to. That has been associated with our politics. Right. And, and then that gets really deep. You can go back to, you know, some of the other podcasts that we've talked about that, but it's a real thing. Okay. Um, go do your own research on it, and I'm sure I will do an episode on and again in the future, and this almost sparks my interest again because, uh, Yeah, he, he's not too far off all. It says that Putin speech on the annexation of the territories is the accumulation of. Um, with that began in 2014 when Kremlin back forces sees CME in pieces of Eastern Ukraine. I want the key authorities and their real masters in the West to hear me so that they remember this. People living in Luhansk and Didos, Kirson and zilla are becoming our citizens forever. Putin set. He also went on to say that we called the Kiev regime to immediately end hostilities and the war that they unleashed back in 2014 and returned to the negotiating table. We are ready for this, but we will not discuss the choice of the people in Dans, Lou, Sk, Zappia, and Kirson that has been made. Russia will not betray them. In the 2005 speech, Putin told the world that the collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century. It was a theme he returned to was in speech announcing the annexation of the territory seas from Ukraine as once before. After the revolution, the borders of the union republics were carved up from behind the scenes. He said, so that the last leaders of the Soviet Union, contrary to the direct expression of the will of the majority of the people in the referendum of 1991, destroyed our great nation confronting the people with a fate. Not sure what that means. I admit that they do did not fully understand what they were doing and what consequences this would inevitably lead to in the end. But this is no longer important. There is no Soviet Union. The past cannot be brought back, and Russia today does not need it anymore. We are not striving for this. Putin speech was ossibly about the annexation of the territory into Russia, but he kept returning to the. Yeah, because the war is not against Ukraine, it's against NATO and the us. We know that we've, every speech he's ever given indicates that this is a proxy war with Ukraine against NATO in the United States. It's not about Ukraine. Ukraine is just the, the, is just the arm of the NATO and UN that's being, you know, funded to fight this war because they don't want a world. It goes on to say that he blamed Anglo Saxons for the destruction of the Nord Stream one and two pipelines without blaming a specific country. Sanctions were not enough for the Anglo Saxons. They moved on to sabotage, he said during the Reuter's translation, and it's hard to believe that. But it is a fact that they organized the blast of the Nord Stream International Gas pipelines, which run aro across, which run along the bottom of the Baltic Sea. In fact, they began to destroy the pan European energy infrastructure. It is clear to everyone who benefits from this. Of course, he who benefits did it Putin said Putin also made a. Veiled joke about how sex change operations during his speech, according to Financial Times, Moscow bureau Chief Max Setin, he accused the west of outright satanism. Putin said that he wants to lead an anticolonial movement. So he basically, when in a don't actually. Um, call him out for, you know, they don't, they don't quote him on that, but he called, he said that they were doing gender surgeries on children, which is absolutely accurate. Nothing he is saying here. Is that wild? Yes. There are people within high political positions in celebrities who practice satanism. Yes. We, as the western culture in society and leader of western culture are doing gender reassignment, surger. Basically castrating our children in the name of Wilm. Nothing is wrong here. There is not any mixing of words. He's not saying anything that's off at all, which is even more terrifying when you know he's about to nu us for it. So he said the speech included one reference to nuclear weapons. Typical for Putin's recent public statements. Oh, typical Putin threatening us with nukes. Ha ha. Vice news. This like, what? How. Typical. Oh, typical. Like down, literally that word. Typical just downplays the idea of a nuclear attack on your families. Murdering all of us over their, his belief of their, you know, satanic and child re gendering surgeries and more so obviously the fight that's happening in Ukraine. So he's just calling us out for our culture while simultaneously, obviously the war's over Ukraine and nato. Right. If you don't know the backstory, let's just touch on it. Putin didn't want Ukraine becoming a part of NATO because then NATO has the ability to attack the Russia from a very, very, very, very, very close proximity. Just in the same way that if Mexico was taken over by Russia and now there's nukes on our border, and at anytime they could press a single button and then the split second. We're all dead, right? Just gives access to, to begin to encroach on our territory, which is what Ukraine was, which only became a thing in 2014 after Obama administration basically overthrew the government in a coup. Okay, There's your backstory. That's what this is about, Goes on to say. During several speeches in February after the invasion, he made direct nuclear threats and put Russia's nuclear forces on high alert and the speech announcing the partial mobilization of the Russian people. On September 21st, Putin accused NATO of using nuclear blackmail and said he would not hesitate to use his own nus to those who allow themselves to make such statements about Russia. Would like to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components more modern than those of NATO c. He said in September, And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. This is not a bluff. That's the words of the president of the country, that our country is currently in a proxy war with. It says with the referendum, Putin has expanded the territory, which he has threatened to protect with nuclear weapons. Used the threat of nuclear war to do it, but he, It was quick in the speech today to point to America, the US is the only country in history who has ever used nuclear weapons. True. Creating a precedent, by the way, he said the speech ended with Putin in four Moscow. Back. Leaders of the territory, Russia forcibly seized, holding hands, en chanting. Russia, Russia. Minutes after the speech concluded, Ukrainian. Solensky released a video where he announced Ukraine would be applying for membership to nato further poking the bear, further poking the bear, right? If you don't think that's a, you know, uh, a response to show that, you know, this is getting so, like, this is pretty scary stuff, guys. Like, if you haven't been paying attention to this, attention to this, if you have not been concerned about. You really probably didn't need to, but this is getting, I mean, I'm this, it's hard to even try to wrap your head around and be concerned. We are in a, we are in a cold war with Russia now. Today, right now, these words that are happening is exactly what was happening during the Cold War. They have their fingers over the button saying you won't do it, and if you do do it, I'll do it. That's exa. We are in a Cold War with Russia, the United States, while also, which wasn't a part of what was going on before in a proxy war with them already terrifying. So on the backs of Putin calling the West Satanist, let's go ahead and talk about how Pope Francis calls on Russian. Russian. Pope Francis calls on Russian president Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine. Pop