36 Burst results for "30 Seconds"

"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 6 hrs ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Increases. And maybe coming to an end to that, we saw the stock market rally, we saw rates come down. What I do wonder, you know, a big part of your enthusiasm is these commitments from firms when it comes to building facilities, manufacturing, if you will in your state. Are you seeing any of that slowing data? We've just got about 30 seconds. We have seen companies makes different decisions than anticipated. But what gives me hope and gives me this optimism is that even in spite of the most difficult and challenging times, North Carolina continues to its sale. All right, but things are slowing down, which is kind of interesting in terms of tone and sentiment. Michelle, thank you so much. Michelle baker Sanders, secretary of commerce for the state of North Carolina back in our interactive broker studio in New York City. All right, well that's a rapid least for day one out here on the West Coast. All right. Well, we got a big day tomorrow. We're gonna go to Stanford. We're headed south to Palo Alto, where we're going to be at Stanford's graduate school of business. It was, of course, as many of our listeners know. Business week's number one school for the year, yet again, and Carol, we've got some great interviews tomorrow. Yeah, I think it was the fourth consecutive year that they've been ranked number one for various metrics we'll get into it. We're going to talk with the dean, we're going to talk with students, faculty, and I'm going to promote some of the big names. We've got the CEO and chairman of General Motors Mary Barra. She's an alum of the Stanford graduate school of business. And we've got another one. Yeah, we got Sarah fryer. She's the CEO of next door. You also know her as the former CFO and COO of square, the company now called a block. And then Andy Dunn, the founder of the company bonobos, then sold it to Walmart for quite a bit of money. He's an entrepreneur. He'll be joining us as well. So retail social auto so much, I'll give you some insight into what's going on in the economy. We got some insight today from Jay Powell. Markets will see if the enthusiasm certainly on the equity side continues. For Tim stenbeck, the whole business week team, I'm Carol massar, and this is Bloomberg. We

Michelle baker Sanders Stanford's graduate school of North Carolina Mary Barra Michelle Palo Alto Sarah fryer West Coast Stanford New York City Andy Dunn Stanford graduate school of bu Carol General Motors bonobos Jay Powell Walmart square Tim stenbeck Carol massar
Fresh "30 Seconds" from Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:10 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "30 Seconds" from Bloomberg Businessweek

"Increases. And maybe coming to an end to that, we saw the stock market rally, we saw rates come down. What I do wonder, you know, a big part of your enthusiasm is these commitments from firms when it comes to building facilities, manufacturing, if you will in your state. Are you seeing any of that slowing data? We've just got about 30 seconds. We have seen companies makes different decisions than anticipated. But what gives me hope and gives me this optimism is that even in spite of the most difficult and challenging times, North Carolina continues to its sale. All right, but things are slowing down, which is kind of interesting in terms of tone and sentiment. Michelle, thank you so much. Michelle baker Sanders, secretary of commerce for the state of North Carolina back in our interactive broker studio in New York City. All right, well that's a rapid least for day one out here on the West Coast. All right. Well, we got a big day tomorrow. We're gonna go to Stanford. We're headed south to Palo Alto, where we're going to be at Stanford's graduate school of business. It was, of course, as many of our listeners know. Business week's number one school for the year, yet again, and Carol, we've got some great interviews tomorrow. Yeah, I think it was the fourth consecutive year that they've been ranked number one for various metrics we'll get into it. We're going to talk with the dean, we're going to talk with students, faculty, and I'm going to promote some of the big names. We've got the CEO and chairman of General Motors Mary Barra. She's an alum of the Stanford graduate school of business. And we've got another one. Yeah, we got Sarah fryer. She's the CEO of next door. You also know her as the former CFO and COO of square, the company now called a block. And then Andy Dunn, the founder of the company bonobos, then sold it to Walmart for quite a bit of money. He's an entrepreneur. He'll be joining us as well. So retail social auto so much, I'll give you some insight into what's going on in the economy. We got some insight today from Jay Powell. Markets will see if the enthusiasm certainly on the equity side continues. For Tim stenbeck, the whole business week team, I'm Carol massar, and this is Bloomberg. We

Michelle Baker Sanders Stanford's Graduate School Of North Carolina Mary Barra Michelle Palo Alto Sarah Fryer West Coast Stanford New York City Andy Dunn Stanford Graduate School Of Bu Carol General Motors Bonobos Jay Powell Walmart Square Tim Stenbeck Carol Massar
How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:40 min | 2 d ago

How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

"When I wrote the Courtney Love story about her using heroin when she was pregnant, I was threatened with a lawsuit back in 1990 four, was it? But I stuck to my guns again. I knew my source was right. In one day, I lived in the building in the west village, the meatpacking district on her 95 horatio street believe it or not, Courtney Love lived there as well, and now one night we're both in the goddamn laundry room doing our laundry. And it was late at night because the machines were always never available during the day and, you know, we worked, et cetera, so you do your laundry at midnight, at 1 o'clock in the morning. And when she walked in and saw me, she made the sign of the crucifix when her thing is that she couldn't be near me. Like I was an evil force to deal with him, he started talking, I said, listen, you're a big story. You know that. You're always going to be a big story. But the source who gave me that story about you using is not a liar. I know I was tough to see that in print and it made you feel like shit, but I didn't write it maliciously or without knowing whether or not it was true. I never would have done that about a mother and a child. And she kind of understood when I met. When she began to get nice to me that night. And she said, look, I never used it while pregnant. And my daughter's my world, your story's not true, but I'm not going to look at you and treat you like shit. I just want to tell you a misinformed. I said, all right, Courtney, you know, and I remember walking, we lived in the same floor. And I had to pass her apartment to get to mine. So we're both bringing a laundry back to our rooms. And she gets the hard room. And she opens it up, and we talked for 30 seconds by her door. I remember her plot was so filthy. Pizza boxes, beer cans, every day, and Drew Barrymore was living with her at the time, or crashing there for a while, just a messy ass room, and you know, we parted kind of friendly, my daughter's my world, okay, you know, okay, you know what? Fine, no problem. And then after that talk, whenever I'd see her at a party or a function or a premiere, she always make it a point to say hello to me and she come over and give me a kiss on both cheeks. And that felt nice. Whatever you think of Courtney Love, it doesn't matter, but to have people or to have other celebrities see that I had her respect. That was important to me.

Courtney Love West Village Courtney Drew Barrymore
Bruins set NHL record: 12 straight home wins to start season

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Bruins set NHL record: 12 straight home wins to start season

"David pasternak scored the game winner for Boston with one 41 left in overtime as the bruins came from behind and defeated the Carolina hurricanes three two to remain undefeated at TD garden. Carolina started the scoring with two in the first, the second by just Perry Cote Kenneth, Boston scoring did not start until 30 seconds remaining in the second, when David krejci scored the first of his two goals. His second goal tied it with 9 33 left. It was initially ruled interference, but was overturned by a coach's challenge, with the win, the bruins said in NHL record with 12 straight wins at home to start a season. Great kedes, Boston

David Pasternak Perry Cote Kenneth Boston Bruins Carolina Hurricanes Td Garden David Krejci Carolina NHL
What Ever Happened to the Days of Real Political Debates?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

What Ever Happened to the Days of Real Political Debates?

"Gained more and more of a sense of elections and electioneering that has come down to what consultants and the media consultants, the general consultants, the handlers, however you want to put it, have determined more and more. And we've talked about it a lot on this podcast, having those folks come in, that the effectiveness of digital, the effectiveness of TV ads, broadcast TV ads, mail, these are all things that are a part of a campaign. What we have seen a lack of, in my opinion. And it's happened not just in the last two or three years, it's happened over the last 30 or 40 years. We've moved beyond the idea of having a longer what I'll call debate about issues and obey about where we come from. It going back to the old classic, whatever device. It's funny to me today out here. There'll be all these times when certain candidates who may be fudging on having a debate or not want to basically say, well, I want to go and just have a Lincoln Douglas style debate. I don't think they do. You know, 'cause if you go back and look at Lincoln Douglas mice, those were all day affairs. And it was not just that, you know, one person would speak for hours. Hours about what they believed. I mean, Lincoln would speak for long periods of time. Same nose would speak for a long periods of time. It's a great read. In fact, I encourage you find, you know, some books on Lincoln and Douglas are read about the Lincoln Douglas debates. They were fantastic. If you really geeky and wanted to know about all of these issues, but then we had some of the most foundational debates that came when one spoke from an extended period of time, then the other spoke and responded. And then we go back and forth at this. It would give the people who show up, and by the way, you know, we have attention span of, you know, most of the digital vendors, most of your video, your TV vendors, your broadcast TV, all your political people, put this out there, is look, I gotta get them for 30 seconds, they got no more attention span in 30 seconds. There's gotta be boom, boom, thereby, you're good. And look, that is effective. I've been in politics. I will not criticize what is happening 'cause it is effective. For all of you people out there who want to say, you know, you don't like negative ads. We've talked about this a little bit before. Yeah, you do. Yeah, you do. Because if you didn't, they wouldn't move numbers.

Lincoln Douglas Lincoln Douglas
Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

"A touchdown run and a two point conversion lifted 50 LSU pass number 6 Alabama 32 31 Jaden Daniel scored on the tigers first offensive play of OT then hit mason Taylor for the two point conversion to end the game Definitely when I caught that last one I mean the places rock and I couldn't hear anything my legs kind of got numb but it was definitely a great experience and get great at this The crimson tide took a 31 24 lead on Roy Dale Williams second TD of the game There were three lead changes in the final four 44 of regulation and the tide knotted the score on a field goal with 30 seconds left I'm Dave ferry

Jaden Daniel Mason Taylor LSU OT Tigers Alabama Roy Dale Williams Dave Ferry
Why LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz Feels They Have a Winning Way to Show Golf

Fore The People

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Why LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz Feels They Have a Winning Way to Show Golf

"I'm plenty comfortable saying we'll be on a network barter. And I'm even more comfortable in saying I hate the fact that we will be. I hate the fact that we will be because our product will then our product will then not be, I hope we sell it as a wholly owned property and that they broadcast it the way it is. But right now, we do 5 hours of commercial free golf. And that is a big draw for the people who love watching. We don't, I mean, we don't move away for anything and we certainly don't see a guy tap in, watch him walk off the green for 30 seconds and show a scorecard full after hall. We do it completely different, and it's hard to retrain old minds like myself and Faraday to do it differently. But we've kind of caught on a little bit to it and hopefully we do more. I dread the fact that we're going to be on TV just because I know how much fun our entire 300 person crew has doing golf that doesn't have commercials, but hopefully we come up with some sort of model that is more like a more like a soccer game type thing where they don't have commercials for two halves. And not that anybody watches soccer. I certainly don't. We've already been through that. But you know what I mean? There's something that limits commercial interruption because that is the biggest compliment to us and can play it against golf channel and network coverage. As far as golf channels ratings, I don't think those things which you refer to actually do count in the ratings. I don't think public environments actually count in the ratings, but I'm old school. They might do it now. They didn't used to.

Golf Faraday Soccer
A Montage of John Fetterman's Debate Performance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

A Montage of John Fetterman's Debate Performance

"Here's a little Salem news channel Montage of the shocking moments in the John fetterman, Doctor Oz debate in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania night before last. Hi, good night, everybody. He has never met an ear, an oil company that he doesn't swipe right about. It's about supporting and helping young earners. Young young students, to give them a break, I believe that supporting I do support fracking and all right, I support fracking and I stand and I do support fracking. I believe China is not our friend and I believe that we can't be able to push back. Our next star poll shows 51% of Pennsylvania voters disapprove of the president's job performance. You have publicly supported many of his policy positions. Are there any that you disagree with 30 seconds? No, I just believe he needs to do more about supporting and fighting about inflation, going through this kind of emotional schools, able to create a career to Wayne reach a lot of high salary and supporting reduce those costs are critical to. His family's company was, it was levy, the largest fine for in hiring of immigrate illegals. Now, again, this is unprecedented. We've never seen anybody run for office at this level in this condition. Here was Brit humes take Britt Hume over at Fox News has been around a long time and he was on TV last night. Telling Brett bear, he's never seen anything like it.

John Fetterman Pennsylvania Harrisburg China Wayne Brit Humes Britt Hume Fox News Brett Bear
Amber Athey: Joe Biden Is the Creepy Uncle at Family Reunions

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | Last month

Amber Athey: Joe Biden Is the Creepy Uncle at Family Reunions

"Yet again Biden the sniffer Is being creepy with young girls that just I don't know if you saw it just that we just it just creeped up on Twitter Grabbing this girl's hand holding on for like a really bizarre like 30 seconds It's a young girl She's clearly doesn't want a personal space violated And then he does this thing where he always feels the need to touch their faces This guy is really creepy I mean I don't want to get crazy conspiracy theory because it's just stupid but can we just be honest at a minimum the guys just super weird And it seems to be a story Don't sniff them It seems to be like a story the mainstream media wants to go away because I think every parent would look at this guy different If they saw this guy constantly sniffing people it is unbelievably weird I did see the video that you're talking about This is a great friend of mine by the way He is fantastic not one of the best one of the best follows on social media by far Absolutely Well this video gosh I mean what's so weird about it too is he doesn't let go of the girl's hand even as he's breeding other people So his left hand or I guess it's his right hand is still holding on to her as he's shaking three or four other people's hands so bizarre And then there was that video I believe it was at the end of last week where he was warning this young girl not to get a real boyfriend until she was 30 Right So uncomfortable I mean that's the kind of guy where if you're going to the family reunion you say okay So weird uncle Joe you got to and then whoever that stuff talking to him you all make fun of them because you know they're going to have a horrible hi That's Joe Biden

Biden Twitter JOE Joe Biden
Inside Blake Masters' Debate Night Beatdown of Mark Kelly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last month

Inside Blake Masters' Debate Night Beatdown of Mark Kelly

"Blake masters, Blake. Congratulations on a great debate. That's not easy. Good job. It was fun, you know? All I had to do was go out and tell the truth. And you know, Charlie, Tyler, do you almost feel bad for Mark Kelly? Because what's he supposed to do is record his indefensible. So we kind of had a feeling, yeah, he was going to struggle to defend it. Yeah, and this tweet from Tom bevan, who I consider be a very fair minded guy from RealClearPolitics. It's over. I'm not sure how many people watched or will watch. How much it will matter, but masters was the clear winner of the debate. Kelly made his points on abortion, social security, but masters simply crushed him on inflation and illegal immigration. I thought you made a really good point there where you were kind of in a very strategic way contrasting him with cinema. And again, we're no fans of cinema here, but you were saying he could have been like a cinema esque figure and said Biden, I'm not going to vote for anything that was in for border security. Blake, I thought that was very effective. What's the response been so far? It's been good, you know, I think we surprised a lot of people, especially people in D.C., who might have been tempted to write off Arizona, but nope, the more money Mark Kelly spends telling lies the closer I get in the polls. I pull just came out yesterday that had me done one. Down one point right there. I mean, it's neck and neck. And I think last night, voters in Arizona and people are around the country, really. They saw these clear contrast. Mark Kelly, like, I don't know, he might be a nice guy. I got to chat with him for 30 seconds before the debate, you know? But who cares? That's not good enough. He has been a rubber stamp for Joe Biden's policies. I think I articulated this last night. These policies have clearly failed working class families, middle class families in Arizona. And it's ruining our state. And so I have a problem with that.

Blake Mark Kelly Tom Bevan Tyler Charlie Kelly Biden Arizona D.C. Joe Biden
The Same Censorship on YouTube Exists at College Campuses

The Officer Tatum Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

The Same Censorship on YouTube Exists at College Campuses

"40% of students are uncomfortable, disagreeing with their professor and public are in writing assignments or written assignments. The three most difficult topics to discuss on campus or abortion, racial inequality, and COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Um. I wonder, how is that consistently something that's difficult to talk about on campus? And it's also the same thing that you can not talk on YouTube about. Maybe there's a connection. Maybe there's a bigger conspiracy than we may want to admit. Right now on YouTube, if you talk about abortion, they will age restrict your video. Although they can show transgender strip shows to little kids, and that's not age restricted. I made videos about it, right? Right, Nick, that's not age restricted. But if I talk about abortion based on an education only perspective, they will age restrict your material on YouTube. And what does that mean by age restricting? Don't let them lie to you. Asian restricted isn't just so young people under 18 can not watch your clips. What happens is when they age restrict you, anybody that's not actively logged into YouTube can not see your video, no matter what age they are. And even if you're logged into and your 18 flyer will pop up or pop up will pop up before your video and it'll say, this content is sensitive content, do you want to go from there? Now, knowing the mindset of most people who have the tension span of a net with ADHD will literally look at that clip and say, I don't want no parts of it. I'm going to the video that I could just view and stimulate my mind for 30 seconds and be on to something different.

Covid Youtube Nick Adhd
Lee Zeldin: Where Your Campaign Donations Go

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Lee Zeldin: Where Your Campaign Donations Go

"You know we have it sorted history of corruption The Shelley Silverstein I mean it's this stuff goes on and on and on And we need Law & Order folks in there like yourself who are going to come in there and not corrupted by the process to clean this place up Let me get the website out so people can support you It is Zelda Zelda four spelled out Zelda four New York dot com Zelda and four New York dot com His Twitter feed is at Lee zeldin Please give him a follow Please give him a look send him a few bucks if you can The race is going to be ridiculously expensively I only got about 30 seconds left but you could use the money New York as the most expensive media markets in the country Commercials aren't cheap there Yeah no doubt And we're Kathy hochul is selling out access to the state capital like I just told you how she got that $300,000 donation And there are many other examples like that We're competing against that We went up on TV today that new Ed is posted on our social media feeds It's about crime I would encourage everyone to go out and watch that ad So when you send in $5 it's going towards getting this message out to New Yorkers of all walks of life Red blue it's not about that Republican Democrat independence about everyone as New Yorkers And as you pointed out it's important for all of us as Americans to care what's going on all over our country these policies these debates matter everywhere

Shelley Silverstein Zelda Zelda Lee Zeldin New York Kathy Hochul Twitter
The Two Most Important Things a Pastor Can Do

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

The Two Most Important Things a Pastor Can Do

"Try to do anything in the faith space, the immediate question you get is Charlie. What is your stance? Are you pre tripper post trip? I was like, okay, really, that took you about 30 seconds. In fact, there's a pastor who's not here who refused to attend because he said we were not clear enough on our theology before this. And look, we believe in the nice and creed, we believe Jesus is Kang. We believe the inheritance of scripture and I'll allow you guys to settle all the other theological differences. It's not my field. We're here for liberty, everybody. We're here to set the captives free, okay? And I love those theological disputes. I think it's fun. It's spirited, important. However, if we just focus on that, we're going to be having those debates from prison. And we're just going to be disagreeing on pre trip post trip. See you in the yard tomorrow. Okay, great. And so when we started TPUSA faith, we were very focused on an icy and creed and Aaron C of scripture and allowing you the pastor to find whatever theological perspective you want to bring to your congregation. But here's what we can agree on. We can agree on that the most important thing is to win souls for Jesus Christ. And the second most important thing is to make sure we could still do the first thing. And that second thing is what I do every day. We do it on high school campuses, radio, podcasting, and that's our mission here at TPUSA faith. So

Kang Charlie Aaron
"30 seconds" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:52 min | 3 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Of Georgia public broadcasting explains, they might take a look at the heat. And the cell phone video shared by a Georgia prison rights activist, a group of mostly shirtless men are bent over a big, black cart. I just came to you. It ain't been number 30 seconds. As the camera pulls back, you see it's an ice cold park on a prison block. Dana smallwood Linton says, like these men, this is how her son is meant to stay cool in his prison. It's 90° inside. How long do you think that ice is lasting? Only a quarter of Georgia's prisons are fully air conditioned. The others are only partially cooled, maybe in a single dormitory. Linton's son is that Philip's state prison, one of two in the Georgia system with no air conditioning at all. And while Linton says that's tough enough for her 22 year old son, his roommate is 80. You know, he doesn't, he very rarely leaves his room because it's so it's so exhausting for him to even walk from his room to the shower. The direct threat to physical health from heat is well documented, but prison heat presents another danger too. Homicides. Philip state prison saw its first deaths this year in July. Typically the hottest month of the year in Georgia. Two of those 3 July deaths were ruled homicides. That pattern of homicides peaking on the hottest days, repeats itself across the Georgia prison system at least as far back as 2015. Anita Mukherjee is an assistant professor in the business school at the university of Wisconsin. She says that George a pattern mirrors what she found in a Mississippi study. Yeah, so the question that we started out with is what is the effect of, let's say, a hot day versus a moderate temperature day on acts of violence and prison. And her co researcher Nicholas Sanders of Cornell University used some sophisticated math to isolate heat from some 52 other variables and 8 years of data from the Mississippi Department of Corrections. What generates a response and violence as days averaging 80° or more. On a day like that, micro G says it could easily top 100° inside a prison. When there's no air conditioning or places to cool down. That problem is concentrated at prisons in 13 states in the south and Southwest. Mercury and Sanders say when a day in prison is that hot expect about 20% more acts of extreme violence than on a temperate day. Annually, that's about 4000 violent acts in prisons across the country. Correct in the main correct David behavior, it doesn't mean lock and feed torture and torment. During the long career of Mississippi Department of Corrections commissioner burling Kane, federal courts have found that even just the threat of illness and violence from heat is a civil rights violation. And so then pretty soon it violates Eighth Amendment, you could say. The Eighth Amendment to the constitution protects against cruel and unusual punishment. The federal Department of Justice has been looking for Eighth Amendment violations in southern prisons, including those run by Kane for years. Yeah, they've already said it about it being hot, hot, hot. We know it's hot. And Cain says that's a problem for correctional officers, too. Well, you know, some people can't stand that heat anyway. They don't want to work in it. Prisons across the south struggle to keep even a minimally safe number of correctional officers. Georgia's staffing is down by nearly 40%. 100° workplaces don't help. So Cain is installing air conditioning and Mississippi's infamous parchment prison. But the main thing is to validate it now. So that made it decipher place to work, so that's good. His aim is to do the same for the entire Mississippi prison system. For NPR news, I'm grant blankenship and making Georgia. You are listening to all things considered from NPR news. The author Salman Rushdie has long been a tireless advocate for freedom of expression, so the vicious attack on him in western New York this month sent a chill through the community of exiled writers. Now some are questioning their safety in the U.S.. Jim's a Rollie reports. For dissident Iranian writer mossy Alina jawed, hearing about the attack on rusty came as a terrible shock. Oh, my God. When I heard that, I was a screaming. Like, I was just running corner to corner in my safe house and shouting and just calling my husband that I can not believe this is happening in America in New York. Alina jodh has become a target of extremists for speaking out against Sharia law, and she had come to see the United States as a safe place. America is like a safe heaven for those who want to express themselves for those who want to speak up against tyranny. She no longer feels so safe. Last year, the U.S. government foiled an alleged plot to kidnap her by Iranian intelligence officers. Another man was recently arrested outside her Brooklyn home with an AK-47. Then came the rush the attack. In the decades since Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa against him for his depiction of Muhammad in the book the satanic verses, rushdie has become an eloquent advocate of free speech. I mean, many of us who joined us field grew up being sort of galvanized by his case and what had happened to him. And in the decades since he really has been this stalwart defender of free expression for other writers at risk, car and Deutsche car Laker directs the free expression at risk program at pan America. She says there's been a spike in online threats to writers in the U.S. in recent years. Still, she says they rarely metastasize into actual physical attacks. What just happened to Salman Rushdie is something I can't remember the last time that something similar happened to a literary writer in the U.S. writers in the U.S. routinely make public appearances with little or no security. The rush the attack could change that, and official of one venue that frequently hosts writers says it's rethinking its security policies. But the official who wasn't authorized to speak publicly said, unless you want to make every event like going to the airport, you can't stop someone determined to do violence from running up on stage. Exiled Syrian poet Osama Alomar says he has long felt very safe in the U.S., but the rusty attack is a reminder that the U.S. is an open country and bad people can sometimes get in. It's funny to say it, but I used to say it when I was a year that I'm worried about freedom of speech and Syria now I'm worried about that even here in America. Alomar says writers need to resist efforts to stifle freedom of expression. As a writers as an artist, we can do nothing without freedom of speech. We can do nothing. Marcia Alina jad agrees. She says after the rush the attack she has no choice but to redouble her efforts to speak out. So at the end of the day, I tell myself that I should feel miserable because of all these threats, I have to keep fighting against tyranny and make my oppressors feel miserable. I choose the second one. In fact, she says her dream now is to speak at the chautauqua institution on the same stage where rushdie was stabbed this month. For NPR news, this is Jim's a Rollie.

Georgia Mississippi Department of Corr Linton NPR news Dana smallwood Linton Philip state prison Anita Mukherjee Nicholas Sanders America Mississippi burling Kane federal Department of Justice Cain mossy Alina Salman Rushdie university of Wisconsin Alina jodh Cornell University
Is There More to the Arkansas Police Video?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Is There More to the Arkansas Police Video?

"We're talking about the Arkansas police beat down. Some people think it's justified some people think it's not justified last time I checked, you have innocence and to prove and guilty. So whether they're guilty of police brutality is yet to be seen because we don't see the whole clip and this is the thing that I often say, if you only watching 30 seconds of a clip, then you have to realize there's so much more to the clip and the question is why is there only 30 seconds presented to the public? If you look at an Instagram reel, you can make an Instagram reel a minute. You can make an Instagram Twitter video a minute and 20 seconds. So why is it only 30 seconds that people are sharing across the Internet?

Arkansas Twitter
The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals is your 2022 home run Derby winner in the finals he defeated fellow Dominican Julio Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners surpassing him with 30 seconds to go and bonus time Meanwhile if Tuesday's All-Star Game is tied after 9 innings guess what fans will get More home run Derby both sides will send up three batters and they will get three swings apiece to determine the winner taking the hill at Dodger Stadium for the national league will be hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw while the Americans will counter with Shane mcclanahan of Tampa Bay ESPN has announced Steph Curry will be hosting the 2022 espys He says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart And Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to go after free agents in his 13 year career he has yet to win an NBA title Bruce Martin AP

Bruce Morton Juan Soto Dominican Julio Rodriguez Washington Nationals Seattle Mariners AP Shane Mcclanahan Steph Curry Dodger Stadium Clayton Kershaw National League Tampa Bay Espn Dave Chappelle Kevin Hart James Harden Philadelphia Sixers NBA
"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

08:13 min | 5 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Life by one 32nd decision created three, three, 30 year life sentences in one decision, okay? Let's look at it on a redemptive POV. I had a gentleman who had hated his brother, his whole life. The father had separated them for whatever reason. Well, he carried this trauma of division, his whole life, in 30 seconds after changing his perspective on forgiveness was not for his brother, but for himself. He picks up the phone after 30 years and says, forgive me. And the weight of separation left in a matter of seconds. The small micro decisions that we decide to do day to day respond with tact and excellence be a person of kindness or refrain from road rage. I stand guilty of it. Pass on the joint going around in the high school locker room. Don't have the second drink at the corporate function. Or saying I love you to somebody, to forgive me. Have a nice day. You look wonderful today. These 32nd choices to choose an excellent spirit will transform your thinking and transform the lives of other people. It's very powerful. I can not agree more. You know, it brings so much hope to people who feel stuck in their space, right? They feel stuck in their wherever they are, spiritually, physically, emotionally, that change does not have to be this huge thing. Huge changes will happen. Yes. With these small little moments of choice and like being able to free yourself to that space and that mindset and yes, absolutely. It's like, yeah, we're talking to each other. Yeah, I totally. I find it fascinating that of all the selection of choices of words for you to use in this broadcast. The plethora of word sequence you could use is reverberating self. And an introspection of self Dwayne is spot on in that the betterment of self is leading to a better brain, which is leading to better behaviors, which is ultimately leading to a better life. And then even a better world, a better world, beautiful. Couldn't have said it. Yeah, I mean, I think if we're better than that, yeah, that is reflected out to everybody around us. And I really feel like as we do this and we've reflect this back and those mirror neurons in others see us, I think it expands outward. 100%. Everyone. You know, it's funny you mentioned that because when I first met doctor Daniel lamon, we're at this restaurant acute story really quickly and he meets me for the first time because I flew in to go meet him. We're at this hotel. Hotel, excuse me. So the waitress comes up, it was a perfect scenario because he told me straight up, I don't do endorsements like within the first three minutes of us meeting, so I'm kind of, you know, got the sweat, right on my neck. But I said, well, he goes, well, since we're here, tell me about the book. So this was the perfect scenario because the waitress was in a horrible mood, and I very gentlemanly said, you know, you look wonderful today. Non flirtatious, just very kind of fatherly. She was a younger lady. So she's like, here's the flaming yawn here's the salmon. You know, kind of abrupt. And at that point, I injected and said, you look great today, you know? Anyway, she came back and you would have thought, you know, force of July happened. She goes, can I get you guys any exert, you know? And I mean, her body composition was different, and I looked at the physician. And I said, how do we know that she didn't have glycemic issues? Low blood sugar levels. How do we know she wasn't raped before she came to work? I mean, or a product of domestic violence, and here I'm so caught up in my life, right? And here, this person is serving me food. I wanted to just take a moment and be cognizant of her life. Well, he saw the whole dynamic and I said, Doc, how long did that take? He said 30 seconds. I said, tell me that the cerebral frontal cortex can change. And to your point, Dwayne, that my behaviors can actually affect another person's life, he said most definitely. And I believe that was the trigger to him doing the forward on the book. Because I proved that thesis, right? Which was only the end of a divine moment, if you will, you know. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. Wow. I mean, I know we could talk on forever about this. And there is tons of great things that we could do and we can keep going. But we're kind of running on our time here. So one question I like to ask of every guest that comes on my podcast at the end is just like, if someone out there is struggling, maybe they're hurting, maybe they're in pain, maybe they feel there's no possibility. And you could tell them one thing. What would you say to them? Go easy on yourself. 19.3 million adults suffer from some kind of a substance abuse. That's 7% of the population. You are not an exception to the rule. You are flawed just like me and Dwayne. If I can say that Dwayne, right? You can say that. Okay. And now I love it. If we could change, you can change. Don't give up. Because help is here. I love it. Love it. You are inspiring. Where can people find you if they want more information about you? They want to connect with you. How can they get old? Well, we have a lovely private practice in the Silicon Valley where I'm taking clients on a regular basis, a little bit of a stretch to get in, but get in, call, make the call. You can visit us at Lee comfy Dante, French for the confidante that's Lee confidant dot com. I've become a confidant over the years rather than executive coach. It's like, yep, right? But I love it. So Lee confident, of course, Ron Kardashian dot com. And then my books are on Amazon 32nd solution. I also have for more of your spiritual journey getting in shape God's way, which is a lifestyle development book. It teaches you and this is my Bible as you can see. It started off with 60,000 words. They reduced it down to 30. But it was really my exhaustive comparative contrast between the theological understanding of the scientific, which you had an interest in. So I thought I'd mention that, but also the website's the best and feel free to email us. We have a friendly staff to there that are always eager to help. Yeah, and I will put all the links in the show notes at the addictive mind dot com. Okay. Thank you, Ron, so much for coming on and just sharing your passion and sharing your wisdom. That just really appreciate it. Thank you, sir. My honor. All right, everyone. Thank you for listening to the addicted mind, podcast, all the links will be on the addicted mind dot com under the show notes. So check them out there if you want to find out more about Ron Kardashian. And if you're enjoying the addicted mind podcast, please rate and review us in iTunes, share the podcast with a friend. I really do appreciate it. And I do read the reviews and they do mean a lot to me. So thank you for everyone who has done that. I think we're almost at 400 reviews, which really blows my mind. And don't forget, you can join our Facebook group, just go to Facebook and type in the addictive mind podcast, click join, and continue the conversation online. All right, everyone. Have a wonderful day, and I will talk to you on the next episode..

Dwayne Daniel lamon Ron Kardashian Lee comfy Dante Doc Silicon Valley Lee Amazon Ron Facebook
"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"And it can change on demand. And changing that very belief system that's, I think, rooted from a lot of history that says, you are what you are, your brain is static. It doesn't change. And just being able to say that, knowing that science has shown that the brain is incredibly plastic. In and of itself creates a change in the brain when you say that because it opens up possibilities. Well, that's right. If my brain has the ability to change, then maybe I can shift this part of my life. Like, it almost has to start at that very moment of knowing. That's right. Change is possible. Your brain is not static. No, not at all. Not at all. In fact, we're a living breathing organism that never never fatigues never sleep. If you think about it, by the end of the day to day, you and I will have pumped 2000 gallons of blood through 62,000 miles of arterial and capillary pathways. The human body is phenomenal. And what we're giving our patients and clients is really, I'm not a doctor. I do refer to sometimes my clients as patients because we are under some serious care here. Better care sometimes in physicians. I'm sure you do the same. In that really taken a deep dive into the physiology of the body and saying, okay, talk to me about what the trauma is doing to you physically. I'm suffering from chronic depression. Now I'm dealing with anxieties. I am using sedatives and over the counter barbiturates to calm down. And we're realizing that without these key factors in place that the brain then begins to spiral out of control. And then begins this codependency problem. Which could start all the way from childhood, you know. So uncovering those things with spiritual truths that are time tested Dwayne, I think, is the important concept of parallel as you ask scientific truth with time tested spiritual truths and it is a cocktail of success. You start to be able to combine these things together to pull that wisdom and change your thinking in order to hopefully that ends up changing your behavior, which becomes a different kind of feedback loop as you change your behavior, your thoughts start to change. And as you change your thoughts, your behavior starts to change. That's how I see it. That's exactly right. In fact, a study was done at Harvard by doctor ressler. I have it here up on the screen. He was pursuing this complementary study regarding mechanisms of addiction. And which he examined the amygdala, a part of the brain that plays a central role in how we experience emotions. And here's what he said. The orbital frontal cortex, right? The frontal lobe of the brain that controls this focus forethought impulse control. Findings suggested that dysregulation of the frontal cortex, which is the decision making, belief systems, and the amygdala's neuro circuits influences addictive behaviors. Now here's how he paralleled these. When you are suppressing thoughts, decreasing the levels of neuroplasticity, proteins, these are neurotropic factors. Their goal driven behaviors. They're aspirations of our life where we're trying to achieve things and then we're not. It is creating a fatigue in the protein that helps develop neuroplasticity. Here's a solution when you begin to change your belief systems. Something as simple as I am going to stop smoking. And you make a definitive declaration of your mouth. Here's what's fascinating. The brain, you can't see us now, but I'm turning my body to the left, the brain doesn't know the difference between you telling it, I am not smoking anymore to whether it's smokes. Now, people will argue well, coach Ron, you do developed a chemical addiction to the nicotine, and you're 100% correct. However, the first law comes what you speak out of your mouth because we have to reactivate those proteins to stimulate the neuroplasticity for change. So let me make sure I understand this correctly what I hear you saying is that in this study, the more we try and repress, suppress something, the more rigid our neurochemistry is, or it doesn't promote the neuroplasticity. So having that flexibility and it goes to a thought that I have is and why you need to have trusted others in your life because if you have some of that trauma, you got to have a safe space to not suppress it. That makes sense. The worst thing that's it. The worst thing that he didn't mean to cut you off, but you are right on the money. The worst thing a human being can do is hide areas they need to disclose. You've got to get it out. It's a toxic poison. Yeah, I mean, it's scary to do that's what Shane tells you, right? James says, Shane says, hide, go away. Don't show yourself, but I know from my own experience, the more I've brought that to the light from my own traumas and hurts and pains, the less those become powerful in my life and they start to dissipate and disappear over time. How long did that take you for them to dissipate? For me, it depended on it depending on what it was. It depended on the level of trauma on the issues. Some things took later in my life to get to because they were more difficult to experience. You know, they had more attachment or meaning to them. But I think as I've done for me, personally, as I've done this work, it's become easier and easier to do the work. Yes, very good. And when these feelings come now, it's almost like welcoming them in because they don't, they don't scare me as much, right? They're not as overwhelming. And I don't know if that same experience that you've had in your own journey. Well, I think both of us have our living our own medicine in that you said, the more I talk about it, the more I deal with it, the more I learn about it. See, all of these fundamental truths that we're talking about, you and I have actually done them, which is created the victory pathway to not be perfect. I always want to say that cultural is not perfect, right? I am a continual work in progress. However, you do learn to gain victory. I use that word a lot like an athlete, achieving the trophy and create these short wins in life where you're like motivated to move on to the next one. I mean, that's what success inevitably is is getting this predominant thought or these intrusive thoughts at bay. To a point where now you are in control of them versus them controlling you. Yeah, absolutely. And I think what you said earlier is critically important. And it sounds kind of strange. I think a lot of people may have the reaction, a negative reaction to it. But saying, I can hire somebody to help me do that. And I think that's great. I know for my own life that there's been mentors that have come to me just because of meeting, but there's also been mentors that I've paid to be mentors that have helped me through this life. Therapists, coaches, all of that. It's like, this is the number one thing. Reach out for that support.

chronic depression ressler Dwayne coach Ron Shane Harvard James
"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"There's this dilemma when we have trauma, you know, that does impact our ability to connect with others. And if we can't connect with others, then we can't get help and support, yet we need others, help and support, to heal ourselves, and so we're caught in this negative cycle of moving away and not moving towards. That's right. That's a very, very important thing to understand is that knowing thyself back to your original statement of how can I know myself better and I have found that there are several ways you could do it. Number one is deep introspection work. I have become a huge proponent of meditation. And not just any meditation. Literally meditating the word of God. I have found that that ancient manuscript called the Bible is a very powerful tool. And we've often underestimated a funny story here. When I was coming out of my own dramas as an at risk youth, I gave my mother and father such a hard time. I remember being in a court situation, legal courtroom, you know, under 18 years old, having been an addict of drug use and pornography and everything that boys do, right? And alcohol, you name it, you know, this judge looked at me and said, for you begin, you're going to swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth on this black book. And I'll tell you, Dwayne, I had no idea what was in that book. And I very foolishly put my hand on that and gave my word an oath. Well, here I am 25 years later having cracked that book open in realized holy cow. You better make some changes here because your life is out of control. And I began to look at proverbs, which really is the study of how to deal with other people. And then the book of psalms is really how to deal with yourself. And you hear these wonderful stories of king David, who I find as a great mentor for a lot of people. To where he dealt with trauma, we dealt with shame and we can literature is so powerful in terms of educating us, which I find is probably the most essential element to getting free of addiction. You need education, right? That moves into revelation. And that's what we're bringing our clients. We're not just saying, okay, here's a bunch of facts, but here's how to apply these truths to your life and they're working in a matter of seconds. Right, and I think, you know, with a lot of these ancient texts, there's a lot of wisdom in this, right? It's been around for a while. And what's interesting, what I always find interesting in reading the Bible or some of the other texts that I've read is that there's a lot of wisdom in that about human experience about how we cope with a lot of these issues that are part of our life. That's right. That humanity faces. That's right. Absolutely, from everything from the outhouse to The White House right now. We have a foundational principle instituted in our government that there were decrees made. And decrees are very powerful as I'm a student of royalty. I love studying monarchies and how they worked, but if you to this point is when a queen says off with his head, there is no negotiation here. And so we live in a western culture that has abided by laws rules and regulations, but when you look at ancient manuscripts on palatial aristocracy or fundamentals of sovereign rulership, you hear something and it can not be changed because it has been spoken by the highest level of authority. Hence what proverbs are, you know, one of them coming to mind that has helped all my clients is with all thy getting get wisdom. Here's this back to this knowledge and educational platform in our quest for science and why science is so important in a person's life. With all that getting get wisdom comma with all the getting of wisdom gain understanding. And you know, I have to, when I'm pointing the finger at someone else Dwayne, I got three fingers pointing back at myself. I'm constantly in a measurement system on how can coach run become a better human being, a better husband, better father, better CEO, better coach. And it's gaining understanding of my trauma, gaining understanding of my addiction and which was my passion. How is this affecting our cognitive health? Is my brain changing because of the decisions I'm making and the answer to that is yes. Right. Yeah, the decision as we make those decisions, we change our brain. What about kind of mixing these two together, this idea of the spirituality, like bringing these wisdoms of these ancient texts, right? To the science to scanning our brain to our free pretzel cortex and our decision making and how that impacts the brain. That's right. Well, I mean, the studies down on meditation are out there on Google. You should see them. They're unbelievable because what happens is as you enter into these states where dopamine and serotonin now are beginning to fire. And we have a saying on our podcast, which I'm going to invite you on. It's called higher for a reason because neurons that fire together wire together. It's an old neuroscience term. So what I suggest with new clients when they're coming in is, okay, we need to rewire to refire to go higher. And this is a play of words to understand the law of neuroplasticity. In that before we used to make these excuses that I am I am predisposed to addiction because my father was an addict. My mother was an addict. I mean, the DNA, we're all losers. I'm going to be a loser or the big one I hear is my mother was heavy. My father was fat, I'm going to be fat. And that linguistic pattern of articulating that sends a neural sends a pulse into the cerebral frontal cortex, as you mentioned, which controls impulse control focus and forethought. And over time, as you meditate or the word meditate comes from the definition of mudder, it's not just sounds. It's actual words. So U in essence are living a meditative life, not just sitting in focus and quietly, but in your day to today vernacular, you are creating word sequences that are building neural connections in the brain that are firing and rewiring to the words that you speak. You can change this Dwayne by changing what you believe about yourself through that wisdom through that importation of spiritual truths, understanding, and then begin to change your sentence structure and neuroplasticity. Now, the law of neuroplasticity then shifts that belief system into saying I can become something new and science has confirmed it saying my.

Dwayne king David White House Google
"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Value is working on themselves. Yes, sir. Most definitely. It's been the congruent theme that I've noticed. They have a value system that says I need to read more. I need to explore more. I need to get wise counsel. I need to they surround themselves with a multitude of counsel. I'm just one in the act as a case of these mega mega successful people that know that they need accountability. And I think this has been my own personal journey of freedom was the.

Kelly Shackelford on His SCOTUS Victory Affirming Religious Freedom

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Kelly Shackelford on His SCOTUS Victory Affirming Religious Freedom

"Guys, what a perfect time to bring back to the podcast, our friend Kelly shackleford, he's the president and CEO of first liberty institute. He's a constitutional scholar. He's argued before the Supreme Court testified before the House and Senate. One numerous landmark First Amendment and religious liberty cases. He was named one of the 25 greatest Texas lawyers of the past quarter century by Texas lawyer Kelly welcome to the podcast. I mean, you should have a big smile on your face. This has been a pretty momentous week to massive victories for religious freedom. One, of course, the coach, the football coach spraying on the field and the other the case in Maine that involves sort of tuition subsidies and will I want to talk about both. But let's begin with the coach. Now that was a case that first liberty, that was your case. So talk about what the key issue was in that case and what the court what the court decided and what the other side was pushing for. Well, the case was pretty simple. Most people understand coach made a pledge to God that after every game, win or lose, he would go to the 50 yard line when people were milling around, checking their cell phones, talking to friends. He would the first thing he would do is go to a knee for 20 seconds, maybe 30 seconds tops, and just give thanks for the privilege of coaching those young men. And he did that for over 7 years until the school told them that if he did that again, they were going to fire him. And he did because he made a pledge and they fired him for going on his on his knee for about 20 seconds and saying a silent prayer. And, you know, the argument, of course, on our side was that he has free speech rights. He has free exercise of religion, right? So under the First Amendment. And they tried to argue that, well, no, some student, you know, might see him from 200 yards away and feel coerced to pray because he's

Kelly Shackleford First Liberty Institute Texas Supreme Court Senate Kelly Maine Football House
Peter Navarro: Liz Cheney Is a Washington, D.C. Little Brat

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Peter Navarro: Liz Cheney Is a Washington, D.C. Little Brat

"Right In the entire history of our republic this has never happened This unprecedented And I mean it's the cherry on top of the weaponization of Congress's investigatory powers It's shameful it's wrong And look retaken back Trump's Americas It's also if you get your money's work because it's a blueprint for putting Trump back in office but most importantly in the short run is taking Pelosi the hell out of there and getting Trump Republicans in charge of the Congress Maybe we can get our economy back in shape Maybe we can get our border secure Maybe we can stand up to the Chinese Maybe we can have a political system and a legal system that works We don't have that now And Peter one last quick thought Thank you Thank you April One last quick thought about 30 seconds left in this segment Your thoughts on Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger playing along with this ridiculous unconstitutional outrageous sideshow trying to suppress people's free speech your thoughts on that Can you just be useful idiot I mean he's out of his Cheney is much more dangerous She hates Donald Trump because Trump called her daddy dick for all the people he killed in the Middle East and the treasury we wasted So there's a blood feud going on there He is in no sense a Republican He's in no sense of representative Wyoming She's a Washington D.C. little brat who grew up under the wing of a guy who really wound up killing a lot of people around this world with their responsible endless war policy That's what I think about Liz Cheney

Congress Donald Trump Liz Cheney Adam Kinzinger Pelosi Peter Cheney Washington D.C. Dick Middle East Treasury Wyoming
Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics

"Kid named Chris Phillips, who's a freshman at the University of Chicago. And he went to a some panel discussion that the Atlantic magazine was hosting that Brian stelter from CNN was on the panel. And this young man stood up and said the following to CNN's Brian stelter. Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is for mister stelzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence or is there something else behind it? It's too bad it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all of these networks, all these news outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing. And they all cared about the injured Fox News reporter and that's

Brian Stelter CNN Atlantic Magazine Christopher Phillips Mister Stelzer Jussie Smollett Chris Phillips Nick Salmon Hunter Biden University Of Chicago Kavanaugh Fox News Benjamin Hall FOX Ukraine The New York Times
Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

"So Jim queue up for me caught 5 Again this is what I mean by imposing real material losses You get a guy like Brian stelter right is the coffee fetcher at CNN Somehow magically because he used to kiss what did Zucker's butt all the time Winds up getting a show Hilariously titled unreliable sources He gets his show of the least talented man in broadcasting Well what matters to him is his reputation I mean he is literally titled reliable sources He wants to be seen as a source of journalistic ethics Well Brian's felt there's been the wrong on the wrong side of every single significant media story we've had in our time Everyone he's been on the wrong side So he got confronted This is just beautiful watching a college freshman dismantle Brian stealth to check this out My name is Christopher Phillips I'm a first year at the college My question is from mister seltzer You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it It's too bad it's time for lunch You have 30 seconds No I mean there's a clock that says 30 seconds but I think my honest answer to you and I will come over and talk in more detail after this is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch They're different They're different channel Brian sells it But listen for Brian sell the brothers always time for lunch I mean look at the guy Come on yeah time for lunch This is like a new thing

Brian Stelter CNN Brian Stealth Christopher Phillips Mister Seltzer Zucker Jussie Smollett Nick Salmon Hunter Biden JIM Brian Kavanaugh Fox News
College Student Confronts CNN's Brian Stelter for Spreading Hoaxes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 8 months ago

College Student Confronts CNN's Brian Stelter for Spreading Hoaxes

"Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is from mister seltzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence? Or is there something else behind it? It's too bad, it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all these networks, all these things outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing, and they tried to help. They tried to help them get out of the country. They tried to find the dead crew members. That's what news outlets do. That's how they actually do work together to your question about sharing those kinds of connections and trust. We don't talk about it enough though. We don't share that reality about how that happens. And with regards to the regime, I think you mean the President Biden. The last time I spoke with a Biden aide, we yelled at each other. So that's the reality of the news business. The people don't see the people don't hear. They imagine that

Christopher Phillips Mister Seltzer CNN Jussie Smollett Nick Salmon Hunter Biden Kavanaugh Fox News Benjamin Hall Ukraine The New York Times FOX President Biden Biden
"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have come off earlier gains as investors evaluate the resilience of the global recovery amid a record spiking coronavirus cases The S&P 500 is little changed up three that Al Jones Industrial average is up four tenths of a percent up a 137 of the NASDAQ is down three tons of percent down 43 The ten years up four 30 seconds the yield is 1.46% West Texas intermediate crude oil is up 7 tenths of a percent of 76 O 9 a barrel comex gold is up a tenth of a percent at 1811 50 an ounce The dollar yen one 14 74 the Euro dollar 1315 the British founded dollar 34 33 silver is at 23 12 per ounce That is a Bloomberg business flash I'm Greg Jarrod Bloomberg markets continues now on Bloomberg radio All right here we are Bloomberg markets We have extended coverage We have simulcast radio and TV remain Boston Paul Sweeney with you We're gonna be doing this simulcast thing all week every day keeping you up to date on what's going on in these markets and maybe take a peek ahead at 2022 Well one of the areas that we have to stay on top of is what's going on in Washington D.C. and fortunately we've got some folks who do that for a living Do you have Matthew who covers all things Washington D.C. for Bloomberg news joins us Joe I guess I wanted to start with the pandemic and the perception that the Biden administration might be losing its grip on its handle on dealing with this pandemic whether it's testing or messaging boosters or just dealing with the omicron varying What's the feeling down in D.C. these days Well it probably says a bit about the news cycle right now in Washington which is rather slow because while everyone's gone here in fact the president is in Delaware with the First Lady right now but his comments yesterday about federal responsibility versus state responsibility suggesting there is no federal plan has created a bit of a flap here and it's something that we've been exploring here on Bloomberg because it does not signal an actual change of formal change in White House policy This brought us back to yesterday You might remember we talked about this Paul is the president met virtually with members of the governor's association one of them ate sah Hutchinson who we talked about then from Arkansas Republican was asking the president to be careful to not block state efforts to get more testing The testing component has become a real big part of this conversation here just as much as vaccines it seems in this latest week poll And there are concerns that the president may have said something that well maybe he didn't mean but it was about the specific acquisition of at home tests rapid tests that states like Arkansas are trying to get on their own and didn't want to compete essentially with The White House that is trying to find hundreds of millions of tests to distribute around the country A source at The White House tells me this was not a change in direction The president was responding to that specific comment and governor Hutchinson went on to actually compliment the way The White House has been working with states here in a more broad sense So that's something that we're considering as we wait for this massive case to get to the Supreme Court The workplace mandate Paul and romaine about whether workers will in fact be required to get a vaccine or a test and that's only a couple of weeks away Yeah and I mean in fairness I mean this is causing some confusion for some folks out there because it seems like every day the message shifts and obviously it's shifting primarily because the COVID crisis is shifting a little bit earlier today We heard from the senator from Connecticut Richard blumenthal actually suggesting that cruise lines should somehow stop sailing Yeah referring to them as a floating Petri dish I think was the nice comment that Richard blumenthal made But look when you start hearing different stories different ideas from different quarters it brings back memories from a little more than a year ago when there wasn't quite as much continuity on all of this stuff In fact you remember the Trump administration dealing with very angry governors at one point who were begging for help and said they were actually competing with The White House and being outbid for critical supplies like ventilators We're not in that world now We're also not in the world that the president was in when he began his tenure as president in dealing with the numbers of unvaccinated Americans things have gotten better since last winter This omnikron omicron variant though his thrown a lot of questions about where we're going to be in January and February and if the seasonality of COVID brings its own problems once again this cold weather season All right Joe thanks so much for joining us Always appreciate getting your perspective on things happening inside the beltway Joe Matthew Bloomberg news in Washington D.C. Let's stay down in D.C. but let's kind of switch gears a little bit pivot towards some of the economic data out there in the government's response in the Federal Reserve We do that with Peggy Collins She's a managing editor covering the U.S. economy based in Washington D.C. pegg Thanks so much for joining us here I mean the Federal Reserve made that pivot a couple of weeks ago to accelerate tightening to raise rates in 2022 and 2023 At the same time inflation is still out there and it's really eating into the pocketbooks of a lot of Americans What's the feeling in D.C. as to the economic outlook here Well I think it's still bifurcated which we've seen a lot during the pandemic in part because of the incredible amount of both monetary and fiscal stimulus that the government and fed have provided to help companies in the markets as well as people on the street We have seen some of that federal aid start to fade off in 2021 But we're still seeing a ton of job openings and really it be in many ways kind of a worker's market for finding jobs What we didn't expect as much is this on the outbreak right at the end of the year which is putting a question mark over how much it may impact fourth quarter growth depending on how many companies restaurants travel companies may have had to pair back on their business as we saw when COVID first broke out in 2020 But in general we are still seeing signs that there are a lot of good things happening in the economy including some data that without this week on holiday spending Well okay the data was great on holiday spending I think at least the private industry data something like 8 and a half percent here We also had data this morning showing home prices which I'm told actually moderated here Peggy from a whopping 19% down to 18.4% Am I supposed to be encouraged by that That is the same thing that trumps out at me actually It's cooling a bit and as our real estate colleagues reported that U.S. home prices cool for third straight month according to the data that was out today But it's still a big jump upward a big upward Green Arrow And the other thing that's interesting to note is they reported today is basically there are some cities that are seeing really strong growth Prices drop 32% in Phoenix for example Tampa Florida and Miami also still see really strong growth So the housing market has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of that aid from the fed in particular and the low interest rates really near zero interest rates that we've seen since March and April 2020 Peggy finally what are we going to hear about the Federal Reserve Picks Well this is we're all on bated breath in our White House and federal borders are chasing it minute by minute But the fed has three open seats right now and the Biden administration had said it was going to get to it before the Christmas holiday looks like it may not happen now until early Jan but we're on it and it is really important because the fed has three open seats And as you said the fed is expected to potentially raise interest rates for the first time since the pandemic broke out in their march mid march meeting So they need to get these people on the board in order to have a full slate of voters You would think so I'm surprised it's taking this long Peggy Collins.

Washington D.C. Al Jones Industrial Greg Jarrod Bloomberg markets Biden administration Paul Sweeney Bloomberg governor's association sah Hutchinson Richard blumenthal White House governor Hutchinson D.C. Arkansas West Texas Trump administration fed
"30 seconds" Discussed on Power Your Platform

Power Your Platform

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Power Your Platform

"The, you know, the last supper painting on the wall. And I remember playing on that path to table. I remember going down and pretending I was making meals and you know playing on it and knowing it when we'd have all their meals in the basement. This was her second kitchen, right? That it's sat in there. We would use it to roll out dough and all of these things, right? So it was wonderful. It was a wonderful, you know, it was wonderful going back and talking about the memories of both the big parties we used to have down in the basement and looking at the cantina and the smell still being there, you know, and looking at the past table in the past aboard that went on top of it, the patina that's in the past of work. You know, when talking about that, looking at the old rolling pins like all of these things, it was it was really beautiful and you know, for us, that's like a direct connection to what we do. So anyway, we documented it. We picked it up. It's back at home. We're going to do with it yet, but it's pretty iconic. And yeah, it's quite short. So none of us were like, how can we get this quite short? My Noah was a short lady. So, you know, there's not a taller, but yeah, so that's what happens. We took three days and we went up to see Marie and recoup the pasta table, so it's officially with us now. Well, when you said that the table itself was iconic, but honestly, the story itself is iconic. And I wonder if your Nona even had any idea at the time when she was working at that table that here we are decades later. And her legacy lives on, as well as, you know, the recipes and those before her. I'm sure she received those recipes from others as well. So I mean, she would be so proud. I'm sure she is proud. And it's an amazing legacy that you two are continuing. And I love to hear you tell the story because it really, I mean, it shines through in your voice. And your energies. So you know you're in the right place doing the right thing when you can have that kind of energy talking about your brand. Let me just say. This is incredible. So let me ask you a question from a business point of view. And I don't know who wants to answer this one. But I mean, what's your secret sauce? No pun intended here. You've been in business for quite some time now. Again, as sisters, why do you think that your business is still going strong, stronger than ever, in fact, while some others sometimes fall by the wayside? What is, you know, maybe that secret sauce the two of you have. Well, I think Victoria had mentioned earlier, you know, the whole story and the timeline of pasta tablet. And one of the things that, you know, we really have always done. I mean, we've done many, many different things. But I think for us is that we are, you know, continuously evolving and pivoting and learning and adjusting accordingly. And that has been really important for us to really hone in on some key aspects of our business of what it is that we do, what is it that, you know, we don't do? Who is it that we are and so on? You know, and also, too, I mean, resilience. Owning a business and, you know, we often say this in, you know, to each other when we speak to, you know, other entrepreneurs is that people always say, you know, owning when we first started a lot of people would say, owning a business is, you know, difficult. And you're like, yeah, of course, yes, yes, I could understand that. But it really is not until you fully live the experience that you really do come to terms with who you are as a person, how strong you are, building that resilience, which is so important, especially as what, you know, we've learned over this past years that, you know, something could just come up like a pandemic. And you're going to have to weather apparently. And you're just going to have to weather that storm and just stay focused and, you know, work through it and pivot and adjust, right? Those are the things that I do find have been, you know, especially like I said over the past couple of years really important for our business. You know, also, one of the things that we also are quite fortunate and blessed to have is really the support both with our community, you know, a network of wonderful mentors and supports. As well as the support of our family, you know, our husbands our friends and that really to husband has been great. I think yeah, sorry. I think too, there's so many things to what how is it that we got here? But I think right now the system especially for female entrepreneurs is just so rich, right? And we've been really lucky to and we've actively sought out networks of people who can help and support us. And I think it's really important. It's really important to recognize your limitations. I think as business owners and because you're always learning, right? And no one can know everything. And so I really think that's important part in Paula and I are very much like rumors. You know, we believe in as we build our organization too, that it's a learning organization. And I think asking for help, there's no shame in that, you know? And I think now the opportunity to do that, especially if you receive a entrepreneur. I think there's great opportunities for you to network. So yeah, I mean, we've been lucky that we've surrounded ourselves or have been able to network with people who want to help us who believe in the brand. And have the skills that, you know, that we don't. The other thing I think it's important is is that we always try to see everything as an opportunity. So even in a pandemic, I think there's opportunities, right? And it really is a lot of it is mindset and it really is being on top of that mindset too, right? Because it's so difficult. It's so difficult. Being an entrepreneur and putting yourself out there, but I think that I think that's key to, right? Well that's all such excellent advice from the both of you. So let me ask, are there any other women entrepreneurs or entrepreneurs in general that you might look to whether it says role models or inspirations, whether or not you've met them, you mentioned mentorship, but I was just wondering if there are any other people that you look to who inspire you. Well, you know, I mean, from my perspective, Carrie, like, you're one of those women, right? And I've told you this before that, you know, I do incredible things. And I think you and I, too, like, we both work for organizations that support entrepreneurs and there's such inspiration. There's so many women out there doing incredible things, right? And who have resilience and have shown resilience, especially during this time. So for me, I mean, there's not anything in particular, right? Like, I mean, there's.

Nona Noah Marie Victoria Paula Carrie
"30 seconds" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I don't know if I'm making sense. There you are, Jean. I want to state It's not taboo. Okay, We do believe things went on. I think, um we all feel the frustration of it. And here's the reality. And I want to be very, very clear. First off. Thank you for everything you've done. Thank you. 100% a million percent and all the volunteers. I'll keep saying that tonight, but all of them, let's be really clear here. The are things that go on. We know there's things that go on, and Dean Logan and the rest of these guys could say, Oh, this. That and the other Here's the reality. 50% of the electorate. Maybe it's 42.6. I don't care don't trust the election system, and that's the reality it probably suppressed from people so voting. It's probably sung some voting different ways. It's going to swing in the next election. The reality is it's not. We need to trust our election system. And we need to do something about it so people can trust that It's a fair election and that I don't care if it's seven gigs place. If they don't trust it, they won't vote correct. I think that voter apathy is more dangerous than voter fraud. And Eric Early, my friend. Yes, sir. You know, um, you're running for attorney general. Uh, what are we going to do, my friend? How are we going to secure me? Tell you something If I get in office as attorney general, I'm going to do a deep dive investigation into this entire voting process in this state. I've got major major problems. Was not only this universal mail in balloting and all the problems that arise from it. But these computerized machines I believe are the scourge of one of the scourges of our country. Right now. You know, I as you know, or and I, uh, one of my clients is one American news network. They're being sued by this company called Dominion right now, and, uh, yeah, and I've got serious serious problems with it. Uh and I'll tell you something. You take a person like a Dean Logan, who is in charge of the elections in L. A county has the most voters of any county in the state and you combine him with The $282 million contract that he and this joke Padilla are former Secretary of State is now are appointed U S senator spent of our taxpayer money to enter into a contract with Smartmatic to control the elections in L. A county. I've got serious, serious concerns about it, and we've got to look into it at the same time. As you said, Uh, so many great voters are being discouraged from voting because of all of these things were concerned about and everybody must vote. We need everybody to vote, but I'll tell you something. Uh, what's going on with the voting now? And the thing that one of the things that troubles me the most is when there are tens of millions of people this country has ever doubts about our voting. It's it's It's not just Republicans. It crosses party lines. It's across all parties. But when you talk now about doing a just a an investigation of the voting systems in our country That that dialogue is completely shut down by the counter operative propaganda. It's unbelievable. People just want a just a standard investigation. But you can't do it with these people. Mind you after Donald Trump was elected president in 2000 and 16. Go check out the movie called Kill Chain. It was made by a mainstream media company documentary. It was all about how these computer machines can be infiltrated because at that time they were more than happy to talk because they wanted to say that Trump stole the election, so you know We got to look into the voting in this country. It's a huge thing. God you've got about 30. Seconds left. What's that? You mentioned that he did deal He made that deal like under the state of emergency didn't go through legislator. Process, And then he got his Senate seat for changing into the downloading the ballot and doing all mail in ballots. Well, Padilla has been kissing up to the Politburo structure in this in this state for so long now and, uh, And of course he was handed the the senator. Ship US censorship by the, uh by the arrogant punk. Listen, Janine, we're probably one of our town hall podcast continuing, And so as we come back with our rebuilt restaurant We want to dive deeper in this, but I want to thank you personally for being a good friend of the week. All deeper Only because I want these good people to be in office. Absolutely. We're going to go ahead and roll. Listen, we've got 30 minutes left before the rebuild. Stay focused. Five people on hold. Let me tell you something. This next 30 minutes. Stay focused. Because this is not the end of the show, but the beginning of a new era and I'm going to say that again. But right now I'm going to ask that you stand back little high to pets. Make sure the Children dead because it's Friday night at the French trolley. It's KBC. We are recall Gavin 2020 dot com The voice of the resistance and of.

Eric Early Dean Logan Donald Trump Jean 2000 $282 million Trump Kill Chain Janine 50% Dominion 100% 16 L. A tonight 30 minutes Friday night Five people First KBC
"30 seconds" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The numbers there. Let me just take up 30 seconds here to finish that segment on what's coloring. Now I do like to complete that so it doesn't continue next week's purple leaved orange Bob Foot. Can a leaf with orange flowers, as well as per believed raspberry crape myrtles, Speaking of crepe myrtles all over town. They're really exploding all the other colors, the purples and the other pinks, the raspberries and a lot. Single blossom Pink Rock Rose Turks. Caps are now blooming away at my house, Orange, Bolivia's blue Chromatis If you haven't seen it, boy, it's a treasure anyhow. With that I do see some colors on the line. Let's uh Go now to Robert, Uh, in north east Austin. How can I help you there, sir? Yes. Can you hear me? Yes, Robert. A couple questions. Are you much of your film areas? Mine are flowering somewhat. They didn't know if you push yours heavily with fertilizer, or they're just kind of doing it on a Well, plumeria, you can take it. Easy or go all in on it. I'm kind of take it easy and seem to have good luck. I don't bother reporting every year. In fact, I really never have I use a super bloom fertilizer in addition to fish emulsion. Molasses. Follow your sprays. Okay, so alternate whenever you can. You don't do it every week, but alternate molasses. Fish emotion Medina for flowers. And then And very be very careful. Don't let it touch the base of the stem and water before and after. But I will use a commercial product called Bloom Buster. I will say again be very careful, and it's called Bloom Buster, and it's a 15 30 15 You hear those hard numbers When you hear high numbers like that you need to be wary. Just don't let it touch anything water before and after. Move it into the dirt a little bit. Okay, so it won't move around and accidentally move against the plant if you should water again later, so the best bet is to put it in the soil away from the stem. And that makes things explode. People. It really does so again. You can't do this too much because it add salt to the soil and you have to drain that out with water but really never had that issue. Because I don't over utilize it. But that will That will take table. I've only done like seaweed and which doesn't just anymore. It was example. And also if you have things to watch out for too much protege Uh, that can also just make things focus on the roots are not, uh and not do flowers, but But with that high 30 number, you'll you'll have some good luck, okay? Okay? And one more quick question. If I could never tried to make tomatoes go into the fall. Is there some procedure there and cutting back severely? It's really I don't know all that much about tomatoes, except that you can cut them back and get a second crop in the fall. It's never a robust amount, and they're usually not as big. I believe But you can't do that. And, yes, Uh, It would be the time they're okay because of the just say they just age outs and having been gone through this ring that and and the fact that we're coming up on the heat. And that's not gonna allow them to do really anything much until the phone corals getting most tonight, anyway. Yeah, well, Easter, helping the environment there. Okay. All right. Very time. You bet by now. Michael, I'm sorry. I was trying to get there to you and push the wrong button is trying to get to your first. How can I help you there? Say I have about a dozen Segre palms or 15 years old or so and with this freeze I've got about half of them coming back. And you know, I have always thought it was Almost impossible to kill Sago Palm because I've had puffs lay around the yard for a year and they end up growing. But what I want to know is how long should I be waiting on this to see if they if they start sprouting again? Well, how tall were they Are they Uh, 4.5. Ft. Probably, and they're just in regular soil. They, uh, in a bad surrounded by seamen, edges or anything like that. Or they have plenty of dirt to grow in, etcetera. Oh, no. They've got plenty. I've got real live long Colorado River. So have Sandy loam there, and they just drive like crazy, Okay, And they're not, You know, the kind of around the house and there's Couple. I mean, and it's like every other one. In other words, it's not their exposure to the north wind. It was it's kind of hit and miss. As to which ones have come back. So That's very odd that take them out if there's but there's the heaven pups are still coming off the lower end of it, but they're just not understand. Well, that's odd. How it was hit, Miss. It suggests uneven watering, but nonetheless for the mother if you can squish the top of it and looks orange and brown and squishy, you know the the mother's dead and the pups grow around. The edges. If you have nothing around it by this time that that's very surprising. Almost everything has some punch coming. So if you don't have any pipes at this time of suggest That that one is gone, But I would be shocked. However, you do see some that have pups around. Uh, Correct. And you're wanting even even the ones that are not producing in the center. They come out. They all have pups. Okay. And what is it? Exactly? Your question of what to do with the mother or what? I'm sorry with the mother. Yes, because they're not. They're not. They usually have sprouted by now. And But I'm not understanding. I just want to know how long I should wait. I don't think the mother will the mother will, I don't think will bloom again and it's funny. I just thought about this just yesterday. With mob with my struggle plant that, uh, the mother is clearly dead. But yet all the pups have grown so rapidly, And once they start kicking in, they grow very, very rapidly. Monitor already, you know three ft. Tall and almost completely have covered up the mother and I wound I got my foot and kicked against the Oh, Three FT. Tall uh, 67 inch wide mother just to see if it moved or whatnot, actually to see if I could easily move it. And and I could tell that it was starting to loosen up some but as well, No, I'm just going to leave it. Uh, and plus it it you gotta as a good loves to get something like that out. And I'm kind of a look. You know, Award just leave things as they are. And just let nature take its course. Uh, and you'd be surprised how quickly it will cover. You'll be surprised how quickly it covers the mother up. If your mother is really Wide in diameter. Um Then I make consider doing something. But I would just see how the natural growth of the pups grow around it. And you'll be surprised how you won't even tell that you have a dead mother in the middle. Yeah, it kind of runs the aesthetics of it of having you know, everything trimmed off, and you have that that gloominess center with all the all the green Oregon than the rest of its claim to the bottom. That's how I've tried to keep them. So you know, having a bunch of pups growing around it in this massive Sago. That's that's I don't know, The only other thing the only other thing to to do their Markle if if you do want to get rid of the mother And saving pups and whatnot. Uh do be sure to use a sharp shovel. You know, four inch wide blade and right and when you cut the pups off cut into the mother At a Brighton 10 degree 15 degree angle. No more than that. But just make sure that you do take a live with the mother with you just to make sure that you're not leaving any the pup behind. It's gonna need everything that it can For root system to get going again. And, uh, And then replant. Otherwise, unit people are just going to have a much water Sadagopan than they had before. Okay, Right. Okay. Thank you very much. Have a good morning. You bet Michael YouTube. All right with that. Let's go to Maryland out in West Lake to how can I help you there, Maryland. Good morning. Good morning. I I'd like to know about how they care for a cannot plant. I bought one, and it's about three ft High and it's yellow and red. And it's gorgeous in.

Michael Colorado River Three FT Robert 67 inch three ft 30 seconds Maryland yesterday 10 degree next week 15 degree West Lake Buster YouTube tonight Oregon four inch north east Austin Bolivia
"30 seconds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pieces That took me 30 seconds. I'm going to Sprinkle rubber glove that I bought at the grocery store. Buy pork rub on top, which is south of that story. That's what makes a quick meal. She don't know. You know you're not making your rub. Can you 30 minutes to go to the grocery store, so I would suggest buying some rubber glove work Rub. Southwest flavor, cumin, coriander, things like that sprinkled on your halibut Pan seared. It takes not even a minute on each side, right cause they're just little slices and then in the produce aisle, you'll see different kinds of bags of slaw. So I bought a bag of the slaw and I bought a just a little vinaigrette dressing of some sort, and I marinated the slaw. Squeeze some lime juice on it. And now I feel my taco show with my slaw. I've pants heared my halibut and then a five minute walk And so for me a guac is you just take a ripe avocado, Which all the grocery stores have you mash it with lime juice and salt Boom done. There's no nothing If you want salsa at salsa, But don't put your guacamole and your salsa together. Then you have walk salsa. You don't have guacamole and sold. A lot of people do that. They put tomatoes and onions and their guacamole. It makes me crazy s O to me. Guacamole is just the avocado, salt and lime juice. That's it. One of my co workers at the farm and in eastern Washington takes that and puts it into a blender and she makes this kind of frothy. Guacamole, which I guess is traditional in her area of Mexico on so yeah, So to me, it's a little thin for what I want in my taco, but And then, uh, you could go to the fridge if you want it spicy. Just put top of t o on it or whatever kind of hot sauce you have in your fridge. Boom 20 minute deal from the time you step in your door, fresh cilantro on top. Sure that took three seconds. Oh, my god going to the region and taking the cilantro out and then wash it and then die said that takes more than buy organic slaughter. I don't need to watch it. Uh, plus all the little caterpillars and stuff are protein. Right? That's it. That's good. My couscous was delicious. By the way you could say this was doing Lester name see onions, the raisins and some freshman at the end. Olive oil, and then the book was extra. You could new book You could do Shrimp. You go to the store. You buy some shipping enough. There's a good idea, Chef. Why did you do that? The first place do not spend all that money because I got the book in the refrigerator. Like, you know. Oh, God. I was trying to be somebody. The contest had guard rails. You know, for people like you. Do you guys ever buy that? Um, my Kamal curry sauce I do. That's my quick fix for a really fast dinner because no matter what's in their fridge if you put it in one of her delicious simmer sauces. On day. Hopefully you've got some leftover rice, Uh, you're done and, like 20 minutes. Do you have well? Rice in the rice cooker only takes 20 and you could do the your chicken cubes and then your simmer sauce in that same amount of time Royal while your rice is coming, But you do need a veggie for that that zehr rich kind of coconut based software, and some of us will be cut with some broccoli or fresh. If it's the season of fresh tomato salad would be good with that, or Or a little sauteed spinach or something of that nature. Do you have a favorite of the Maya Kamal sauces? I I used her butter chicken on the butter chicken sauce. Yeah, mostly because my roommate doesn't like spices. So we keep it. Miles really? Is that because it messes that wine cellars because it messes with his wife. Might come to get a life. And what about steak salad? We have time? Sure, that Z kind of a classic at your house time it is. I'd like to make my own version of what I consider it. A tie, you know, lets me taking liberties. Obviously a tie like a t h A. I A Thai beef salad. And so I make you know all the greens, butter, lettuce and mizuna. Lots of different greens, scallions, tons of men, tons of Thai basil. It's good with an avocado win it if you got no avocado sitting around, and but I think the key to my be salad is Take a couple of holes shallots, peeled him, slice them thin and cook them slowly in vegetable oil until they caramelize. We call him bittersweet shallots, right, just golden brown shallots, and then I drained them. And so you could save that shallow oil for another, like a stir fry or something like that, But I drained them and that my dressing is a classic rock chom. Right. So that is line chews Sugar Serrano, chili and fish sauce. And that's what I dress perfect. That's what I dress that the salad with Andre cucumbers don't forget cucumbers in there And then I put my size flank steak or my slice flat iron. So it does take. I like it with a sliced steak rather than I don't. I don't put in New York on top of that, right. It needs to have that. Don't slice or skirt steak. You love those Terry. Yeah. Frank's Take babbitt. Any of those cuts? Oh, those are delicious. Delicious to go on those, especially on on the steak salad on taco. Oh, yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. You definitely don't want to put a big big hunka steak found there. No, You just need very thinly sliced very thinly slices. The key secret.

New York 30 minutes Mexico 20 minutes 30 seconds 20 minute Terry eastern Washington 20 three seconds five minute One first place each side tons of men tons of one Take co couple of holes
"30 seconds" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"At an industry event meeting them anywhere else. Besides a selling situation allows you to meet as fellow agribusiness professionals. It also shows your interest and support of the industry and that goes a long way when you do meet for the first time on the farm. We'll tip number three. Read the room or i should say. Read the farm and read your prospect. It starts the moment. Their operation comes into view. Slow down and start observing what is going on. Obviously weather is going to be a factor depending on where you are and their operation rain during planting or harvest beautiful sunshine during planting or harvest or snow in a livestock operation. All of these cause a change in plans you know equipment and facilities breakdown on their own schedule. They're not usually planned if they're laying onto the combine working on it. You're in for one of those five second sales call and that's and that may sound like. Hey i'm greg the blink salesperson for this area i'll come back another day but hey can i drop off a card and your shop or your office now anything longer than that and you might be seen as unaware or unsympathetic to their situation. Their schedule you might even consider not stopping if it's too serious or too chaotic. Well tip number four. Don't hide what you do be proud of it and get it out there fast. The white pickup truck the company logo on the door. The way you're dressed in how you act or all dead giveaways. They know what you're doing if they have been farming for any length of time they recognize you as a sales person. The moment you turn down the driveway. I've always been proud of what i do for my customers and you should be too. There's no need to hide what we do or try to schmooze. So the customer doesn't think we were just out there trying to sell him something. I am trying to sell him something. While i connect on a social level share but overdoing the social connection. Discussion can really turn a producer off when meeting for the first time in workshops. I stressed the importance of getting the or prospect. To do most of the talking. We need to be good at asking questions to figure out the best way. We can help a customer however on a cold call as you drive up to their form and exit your truck..

first time greg five second sales one tip four blink three
"30 seconds" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"Opening the conversation and keeping it going during workshops on frequently asked how to start the initial conversation with a customer. Typically there are asking about how to open the conversation with a prospect on a cold call if you struggle with that initial opening discussion. I hope these tips helped to ease those fears of how to break the ice and keep the conversation going well number one do your homework and a pre call planning and i talk about having a sixty minute thirty minute a five minute a one minute and five seconds type presentation. Let me talk about that if at all possible before you ever stepped foot on the farm. Do your homework now..

"30 seconds" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on KCRW

"30 seconds. Madam speaker, their arm or troops right now in Washington, D C than in Afghanistan. And they are here to defend us against. Commander in chief, the president of the United States and his mob, representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, Democrat Americans defending democracy defending US and finding out Of their courage. To do the right thing, as several Republicans have and take a tough vote for the future of democracy for the future of our gentleman's time has experience the gentleman from New York wishes to reserve. The gentleman from Ohio is recognized Matters figure we reserved the gentleman from Ohio wishes to reserve. The gentleman from New York is recognized. Many speak right. Yo, 30. Seconds to the gentleman from Texas. Mr B. C. The gentleman from Texas is recognized for 30 seconds. Madam speaker. Let's be clear about one thing. If we were on the eve of a Republican president being sworn in And his Democratic predecessor had said the same thing that this president Said representative Mark Appreciate Democratic Texas, his mob to descend upon the capital. We will be joining them not making comparisons. Because guess what? I don't care about no base. Care about this democracy in this country. And what happened The other day should never happen again, and we need to stand up and say and do the right thing. Gentlemen. China's experiment German from New York reserves Two gentlemen from Ohio is recognized, met Madam speaker that the Republican whip is prepared to close for us whenever that was appropriate. So what will reserve until Last time. The gentleman reserves. Then a speaker. And there you were, And now you're 30 seconds to the gentle lady from Texas Miss Jackson Lee. The gentlewoman from Texas is recognized for 30 seconds. Democratic representative Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas. Was a floor just one week ago. And so today, the in section is in chief will be impeached for insurrection. It is because he failed to defend this nation against all enemies, domestic and foreign. And he stood down near the White House and told a mob of domestic terrorists to go and show your strength. Be strong. You can't gain anything because of weakness. We must hold him accountable. We can heal this nation, but he must be in peace. Today. We must impeach Donald Jason.

Texas representative New York United States president Ohio Sheila Jackson Lee Seth Moulton Washington Afghanistan Massachusetts Jackson Lee Donald Jason Mr B. C. China White House
"30 seconds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New York is recognized for 2.5 minutes. Thank you, Madam Speaker. I'm sickened and angered. What we all had to witness last Wednesday and call for the investigation and prosecution to the fullest extent of the law. Every single person who participated The violence and loss of life in this Capitol building last ones. Perhaps tentatively, Sheldon is a member New York Republicans if you're listening to the entire debate Desperately need to better understand the two standards that are at play in this house. Why is it okay if a House Democrat calls for violence in the streets, But not if your Republican why can a House Democrat be rewarded with a gavel in the chairmanship if they're calling for physical confrontation of a trump? Administration official, but they will be punished. If there are Republican double standards that we have seen time and time again. We all I need to better understand what the rules are of this house. Why is it That a committee chairman can lying to the American public about having more than circumstantial evidence that the president colluded with the Russians in order to win the 2016 election. But of course the Republicans can and wouldn't Lie to the American public. About something like that. We need to better understand what these two standards are that airplane and to complete the record. Because the House Democrats are here to make President Trump the first president to have be impeached twice. We'll complete the record first off in the articles of impeachment. It's written that the president gave a speech and he told his supporters to come here and that he incited this riot and one speaker after another after another here, on the other side of the aisle. Repeated that in the article of impeachment, but we all know that this was a preplanned attack. We all know that there was pipe bombs being discovered. While the president was speaking. We all know that the capital perimeter was being breached. During the president's speech. We know that this was pre planned and it started while the president was speaking. Why is that? Not the articles of impeachment? Why is that not being incorporated into my colleague's remarks to complete the record if you want to make the president, the first president to be impeached twice? We'll add something else to that. Thank you to the president for his efforts to defeat M s 13 in my district or to return from the group West 30, more seconds haired gentleman yields an additional 30 seconds straight. You're correct. Yes. The gentleman has another 30 seconds. Thank you to the president for his efforts to move the embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights and to take out Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and Kassem Saleh Mani. To eliminate the Isis caliphate to enter into the historic Abraham accords to have an economy this time last year that was stronger than I ever remember my entire lifetime. Yeah, we'll complete the record and in all fairness is the president leaves one week from today. Let's be honest about the double standards that exist inside of this chamber. And let's also be honest that this President Spanky had a lot to make sure he's writing his expire. The gentleman from Ohio wishes to reserve you. Thank you Better speak. The gentleman from New York is recognized that you meant a speaker and now yield one minute to distinguish Now you have 30 seconds to the distinguished gentleman from Illinois. Mister Cast in what happens, gentlemen's recognized for 30 seconds. What happens if we get this wrong is written and licking Lincoln's second inaugural when one party would make war rather than let the nation survived. In December. 7th on September 11th. We came together against an enemy from without. But on January 6th. We were attacked by an enemy from within. The president who would make war with malice for all in traffic representative cashed in Illinois. We must come together in unity today. Against that domestic threat to our constitution. The alternative is too unbearable to contemplate. We must impeach Bipartisanly unanimously. If you have a soul, the gentleman from your questions to research the gentleman from.

president House Democrats New York Madam Speaker Sheldon Illinois Kassem Saleh Mani Golan Heights Abu Bakr al Baghdadi chairman official Israel Mister Cast Jerusalem Spanky Lincoln Ohio representative
"30 seconds" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on KOMO

"Every 30 seconds. I don't know that it could get much worse for US hospitals in Southern California, forced to turn ambulances away Way saw it happened while writing along with the Long Beach Fire Department user challenges that we have to deal with in the fire department. Make sure that we could be responsible community and 123 hospitals later you're just looking for the closest bed but front facing criticism over a slow roll out, the federal government is now releasing both vaccine doses instead of holding second dose is back. CDC recommending states vaccinate people over 65 adults with a pre existing condition and to help speed up the process. More states are opening vaccine mega sites Disneyland in California still closed to visitors now setting up tents for medical professionals to start administering shots there this week. New York City field, home to the Met's getting right open 24 7 with the ability to vaccinate 5 to 7000 people daily. And in some of the most remote areas of Alaska people are getting their doses in sub zero temperatures, thanks to the determination of an all female team of health care workers using sleds, planes and snowmobiles. Now imagine needing medical care, calling 911 and ending up strapped to this gurney for 17 or 24 hours. That's what paramedics described to me is happening here in Southern California. He's hospitals overflowing. Sometimes all they can do is wait with a patient. Until a bed becomes available, maybe sees Kaylee Hartung president like Biden, choosing another veteran of the Obama administration for a key role in his incoming administration. Samantha Power served as ambassador to the United Nations during the second term of the Obama administration Wednesday, President elect Joe Biden announced he would nominate the Ireland born power to serve the administrator of the U. S Agency for International Development, calling power a world renowned voice of conscience and moral clarity. The president elect also said he would elevate the role to part of the National Security Council divided transition, said USA Idea will work on the biggest challenges of.

Southern California Joe Biden president Obama administration Samantha Power US Kaylee Hartung Long Beach Fire Department federal government New York Disneyland Alaska CDC National Security Council United Nations administrator U. S Agency for International Ireland
"30 seconds" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"30 seconds" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"I'm just reading this Texas. It came in about 30 seconds ago. My kids and I love your show we dot dot dot Never mind as you exit the stage, my friend. This moment is entirely yours, John. You take it away. I don't even know what happened. I thought I said John before, but okay, congratulations. John. None of us know what happened during that round of battle of sexes, either. Just no. Just speak confident to know that you were here. You were part of it. You'll go down in history Giant as being part of this battle of the sexes, They said. I had a great weekend and appreciate it. Tony Jordan said by she's the morning traffic. Tony what's going on? There's double trouble for your drive on the 10 Freeway, westbound side As you're coming up on Soto, they'd run a traffic rates clear their passion. The two right lanes, but looks like the right lane is still blocked. Off is a wrap things up so the traffic is heavy from just before the 7 10 Freeway. Then in Covina on the eastbound side of the tent just before you get to grant that crashes, blocking two left lanes and traffic is jammed up. But you coming away from Azusa, If your second either one of these problems you can call me on the traffic tip line, pound to 50 on your cell phone keywords, So count traffic. If you want to avoid both of these problems, you can use the 60 freeway instead. That looks good for you in both directions. Wrapped up with both the crashes in Orange County south bound side of the four or five overall lanes. There have been reopened. Traffic is a so pretty busy from just actually is going to slow down just before you get to brokers, and that's going to stay slope head all the way up towards the 1 33. Ended on the South bound side of the five freeway. Just we get to jamboree. That class has been cleared from the middle Lane's have against half from the 22 eastbound 22 is now busy from Brooke Hearse over towards the five Freeway. This traffic reporter sponsored by Choose Change, See a DOT or G'kar. Awake over 19 stop you from choosing a proven treatment for your opioid or stimulant eviction. Virtual care options are now available two's treatment and choose change. California find the right treatment option for you at choose change CIA dot or I.

John Tony Jordan Soto Brooke Hearse stimulant Texas reporter Orange County Covina CIA Azusa California