35 Burst results for "A Year Before"
Cherokee Nation reaches $75M settlement with drug companies
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Cherokee Nation reaches a settlement with three drug companies the Cherokee Nation has announced a seventy five million dollar settlement with three opioid distributors resolving opioid related claims against the companies the settlement the largest in Cherokee Nation history is with McKesson corporation cardinal health and AmerisourceBergen drug corporation the settlement will be paid out over six and a half years in a lawsuit filed in twenty seventeen Cherokee Nation alleged the three companies and several pharmacy companies contributed to an epidemic of prescription opioid abuse Cherokee Nation also has claims against Walmart Walgreens and CVS that are pending hi Mike Rossio
After 5 years, Obamas break ground on Presidential Center
"After five years of legal battles gentrification concerns at a federal review Barack and Michelle Obama broke ground on their legacy project in a lake front Chicago park the Obama presidential center is in a familiar place we were married here at our reception right down to south shore cultural center our daughters were born here right down the street at the hospital the former president says the southside has shaped him and the presidential center is a way of giving back we envision this is a place where residents and visitors from all over the world come together and restore the promise of the people's park Barack Obama says the center will be an exercise in nostalgia or looking back he wants to look forward neighbors complain it's raising home prices and taking away green space work is expected to be completed in about five years I bet Donahue
Feds aim to reduce lines of planes waiting to take off
"Federal officials have a solution to reduce lines of planes waiting to take off many passengers get excited when their plane leaves the gate early only to sit out on the taxi way waiting to take off while federal officials plan to roll out software at twenty seven large US airports they hope will eliminate those lines the software calculates exactly when plane should push back from the terminal gate so they don't waste time Idoling in lines on taxiways the software should be working in Phoenix early next year but it will take ten years to reach all the targeted airport actually out there
Pfizer gives vaccine data from kids 5-11 to FDA
"The US maybe edging closer to having an approved coronavirus vaccine for children ages five to eleven drugmaker Pfizer has submitted research the FDA on the effectiveness of its covered nineteen vaccine in children ages five to eleven the company says it expects to request emergency use authorization in the coming weeks the company tested a lower dose of the vaccine in children researchers say they found the vaccine developed antibody levels that were just as strong as those found in teenagers and young adults getting regular strength doses moderna is also studying its vaccine for elementary school age children with results expected later this year Jennifer king Washington
'Laptop From Hell' Author Miranda Devine on the Bidens' Abuse of Power
"The great Miranda the vine Miranda thanks for being patient with us and coming back today We appreciate it Oh hi dad I wouldn't miss it for the world I appreciate your patience with us We had the goofy glue incident yesterday I'll explain to you another time But Miranda is the author of an upcoming book that I'm gonna make a prediction here folks And I'm not kidding It will be the eye opening book of the year Preorder it immediately leave you can It's called laptop from hell Hunter Biden big tech and the dirty secrets the president tried to hide pre order it now before it sells out immediately Laptop from hell by Miranda Devine Miranda there's no better expert out there on the Hunter Biden fiasco than you I have made the argument over the last couple of days And I'd like your opinion on it That the media played a role in altering the 2020 election upwards of 16% of voters based on polling after right after the election in 2020 said they would have changed their vote independence if they had known all this information about Hunter Biden Now Miranda you're an actual investigator here You do facts not like some journalists You knew this story was likely accurate A lot of other people did too about the Hunter Biden emails The media this had to be malfeasance This clearly wasn't miss feasts Oh no Look it was a deliberate attempt to suppress and sense of the story because coming out so soon before the election And so damning about Joe Biden I'd tell everybody when I talk about the book that it's not really about Hunter Biden it seems laptop but what is important on the laptop is what it tells us about Joe Biden about the influence peddling scheme that he has won for his entire career He started off in Delaware and he exported that to the rest of the world Especially for those countries for which president Obama gave him carriage when he was vice president and he wielded enormous power as the representative of the United States And he abused that power
#Arab_lives_matter sparks calls for more policing in Israel
"Arabs according for more policing in Israel and turning to social media to raise awareness Arab citizens of Israel a concerned about the spiraling rate of violent crime in their communities and their campaigning under the hashtag Arab lives matter but unlike a similar campaign in the US the calling for more policing not less the are a minority which makes up around twenty percent of Israel's population has been convulsed by violent crime in recent years often driven by criminal gangs and family disputes activists say Israeli authorities have historically ignored deadly crime when only Arabs are involved I'm Charles so that's my
France: Man who threw egg at Macron in psychiatric treatment
"The man who threw an egg at France's president on Monday is receiving psychiatric treatment a nineteen year old student who threw the egg at France's Emmanuel mackerel who's been admitted to a psychiatric hospital the egg a crown on the shoulder as he walked around a food fair in the city of Lille the man was detained and a probe launched the legal and prosecutor's office says the man not identified by police yet has undergone a psychiatric evaluation which has determined he lacks discernment and needs hospitalization according joys spending time meeting with the public especially as he's currently campaigning for a presidential election in April I'm Charles de Ledesma
Texas inmate faces execution for fatally stabbing 2 brothers
"A Texas inmate faces execution this evening for fatally stabbing to Houston area brothers during a robbery in their home more than thirty years ago Rick Rhodes is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in Huntsville his attorneys have asked the Supreme Court to stop the execution arguing his constitutional right to due process is being violated because roads is being prevented from pursuing claims that somebody central jurors at his trial might have been dismissed for racially discriminatory reasons his attorneys have filed other appeals and lost prosecutors say roads broke into the brothers home and killed them he confessed but claimed it was self defense if road is executed he would be the third inmate put to death this year in Texas and the sixth in the U. S. I'm Julie Walker
Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute
"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.
FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever
"The FBI says homicides rose sharply in the U. S. in twenty twenty nearly thirty percent over the prior year the FBI says it's the largest one year increase since they started keeping records nearly twenty one thousand six hundred people dying at the hands of others while other violent crimes increased slightly property crimes continue to fall down nearly eight percent over last year a criminologist at Northeastern University James Alan fox says with the pandemic keeping people home and the racial and political divide in the country twenty twenty should be looked at as a unique year and not necessarily part of a long term trend in increasing violence Jackie Quinn Washington
The Exaggeration of the COVID Death Rate
"There are two ways of figuring out the death rate of covert the death rate among people who get covert and the death rate among the whole population. They're both important. Especially if you have covert you wanna know how lethal it is but what really matters is the death rate in the percentage of the population if there is a disease that has a ninety nine percent mortality rate. Right you're a one percent chance of surviving. Certain terrible cancer. Let say but only a hundred or five hundred. Americans get it a year than the fact that it is ninety nine percent. Fatal is not that relevant unless you get it which is extremely rare out. That's clear there were two rates of mortality in the population as a whole and among those who get the disease so six hundred fifty thousand surrounded rounded out out of three hundred thirty million people. You've you calculated that it's that's point. Oh that's pretty small even if it's point zero two and you did it wrong. It's it's it's incredibly small which we have destroyed liberty in many western countries over an infinite testimony. Small number a small percentage of people
The Science Does Not Support Needing COVID Vaccine Mandates
"And this is that the desert dot com site Do people die from COVID after getting the COVID-19 vaccine New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest 99.999% of people who are fully vaccinated against the virus did not have a severe breakthrough case that led to hospitalization or death This was according to CNN According to the CDC more than 166 million people have been fully vaccinated it's now over 170 million It's 76% of the population that is capable of being vaccinated The new data suggests 1507 people Now this is in August or about .0001% of those fully vaccinated people died from getting the COVID-19 Meanwhile 7101 people of those fully vaccinated people or .005% were hospitalized for COVID-19 And almost none of them died because of the Therapeutics that are available According to the CDC most of the severe breakthrough cases about 74% of the tiny tiny tiny tiny percentage had been among seniors who were 65 years or older Reports CNN About 20% of the people who died from COVID-19 after a breakthrough case died from something other than COVID-19 though they had a breakthrough case when they died according to CNN And that's always very murky In terms of breaking out the numbers And so this is accurate back to August Because that's what I have So all this stuff about mandates which came on the heels of the disaster that Biden had in Afghanistan Remember that's when he did it mister badass in America At 20 announced he was putting in place mandates And osha and all the rest of them remember that folks
Wall Street Journal Explains the Reality of the Democrat '$3.5 Trillion' Bill
"The Wall Street Journal a couple of months back explained exactly what's going on here They said the budget resolution fact sheet Democrats circulated includes only a bare bones description of the bill's major programs for tax credits new entitlements healthcare climate and housing Some categories include this revealing caveat quote the duration of each program's enhancement will be determined based on scoring and committee input That's Washington speak for admitting the budget will be built on phony assumptions and gimmicks Democrats know they're proposed tax hikes and dubious pay force will not come close to fully funding every major program that President Biden has asked us for As Schumer claimed Their plan is to include every program but start small and pretend they're temporary This will let them skirt the budget reconciliation rule that spending can not add to the deficit outside a ten year budget window without triggering the 60 vote threshold to pass the filibuster rule So even in this they play with the books they play with the numbers They're righteous and compassionate rather than Ponzi schemers that should go to prison Every one of these bastards should go to prison
Barack Obama's Stance on Borders 14 Years Ago
"Do I think about the control of our borders What would I do about it Ladies and gentlemen no great country Can say it is secure without being able to control its borders Period What I would do about it was that I propose to do about it almost 13 years ago I would radically ramp up the number of border security guards we have The use of electronic surveillance material we have to guard the border And the number of what they call virtual fences are not literally fences Virtual fences from aristoc balloons on to where we whereby we can control the border Much much better Yeah he doesn't sound even stupid there It's stupid stupid man but all that said all that said Totally different position 14 years later same with the entire Democrat party They've decided to change their constituents change their base So what they've done And you're required to go along with them
U.S. Immigration Used to Be About 'Contribution'
"One You know in the heart of some of the most extensive immigration to the United States Over a hundred years ago if anybody ever been interviewed who wanted to come in Americans say I want to use your healthcare system or whatever it was they would not have been allowed to come into the country Because the standards have been completely eviscerated The standards are what can that contribute to this nation Are they going to be a drag or are they going to be contributor Today that question is not asked or even considered Period Immigration was always about what contributions foreigners can make to the United States and how many should come and from where should they come today that again those questions are not asked and they're not to be asked And I would challenge anybody to tell me any nation any nation that can or has survived without borders Name one just one There's not a single nation on the face of the earth that's doing this None Some of the European nations did it but now they're tightening up And they will pay a price and have paid a price But not to the extent of America we have more people coming into this country Than any country in the face the earth year after year after year after year while the American Marxist within our country are teaching propaganda about how often the country is And so you wind up with second generation individuals like joy Reid Or Omar or Talib in Omar's case first generation Who come to the country and then hate the country
Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion
"I'm talking to you genius. Guerrillas constantinou also known as jeannie constantino the author of a an exciting book called thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian. Mind so jeannie before we get into the deeper stuff. There's so much here You were just saying something. That i've i've talked about this endlessly over the years i as i think i shared with you. I'm you know i was raised. In the greek orthodox church and i sort of drifted away never consciously. I don't think people drift consciously but i drifted unconsciously into a kind of agnostic. Whatever ism i coined that term alvin. Write that down. Because we're gonna know but it's kind of funny that. I think that that happens to a lot of people who grew up. In the greek orthodox church is just kind of a cultural thing and then you kind of drift off and mary. Whomever and part of what's fascinating to me. Is that when you have what. I call any kind of ethnic christianity. The problem is that you can very easily focus on the ethnic part. So this is where the greeks hang out. We hang out in the church and as a result of that you're not thinking evangelist thinking about the fact that most people in this community or outside the greek church are secular. They're not so you can sort of lose something. I think that's part of the tragedy of what i think of his ethnic orthodox christianity in america's you forget that you're sending these kids like me into a deeply secular devotedly secular world and you kind of assumed that you know everybody in the audio is greek. But of course you're no longer in the. Aw that's right the word what. Y'all means village a just for your audie heads. That's right well. The fact is you're talking about your. Your experience is like many people but not just in the orthodox church. The same thing could be could be set did happen to lutherans. When they were earlier in the century when there were young german lutheran parishes versus swedish lutheran parishes or catholic cherishes. That were italian or polish. Or something like this. So we're definitely in that transition stage where we're having to really remind people that this is not about being greek and you don't have to be great or russia to be an orthodox christian orthodoxy is all over. The
Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar
"Such a joy for me to have you as my guest that i get really goofy. A genie constantinou urine san diego. You are of course greek. But you're american. Just as i am and you've written a book. I was so excited when i when i saw this. It's title thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian mind so you are an academic. Let's start there. Yes i am. I'm a professor. And i've been professor for many years professor of new testament and early christianity new testament. Which as we have said was written in greek obviously and early christianity. I wanna get your background Jeannie because you're an academic. You're you're a christian. You you take it all very seriously. There are a lot of people in the world of the academy. Who are you know their professors in new testament studies. And this and that. But you wouldn't describe them as actual christians. They're just academically focused on this. But you really are serious about your faith and you're taking it. You're you're theologian. Yes you're right about that. It's very surprising. How many scholars of new testament really don't believe what's even in the new testament. And i'm shocked at this because i think where else would you have and not just new testament studies but also theology so many people don't accept basic christian doctrines that you and i hold. Dear are absolutely essential such as the virgin birth the resurrection of christ and yet. They're teaching theology even in so called religious institution of. That's the key. I don't i don't expect any different from secular institutions Because they you know they think. Hey it's like. I'm teaching the epic of gilgamesh. You know we're just looking at the text and we don't believe gilgamesh was real dude but the fact is that seminaries in all these kinds of places they don't believe
Bill Gertz: Diplomacy in the Name of Appeasement Is Still Appeasement
"Universal is this in terms of the establishment understanding of china. The private sector's understanding of china. And way did it begin. Was it really kissinger. And nixon saying we have to open towards china. Can you give us the general following this for decades. Where did the rot big in. Yes this this process has been ongoing It's the reflection of the internal debate within the us government Specifically involving the climate change fanatics led by former secretary of state john kerry and the more realist policy makers Led by the china's are at the white house. kurt campbell. In the beginning of the biden administration the policy was very close to some of the trump administration's policies As i wrote in my column recently at the united nations joe biden made clear that he's reverting back to the appeasement policies they call it. diplomacy oriented but diplomacy in the name of appeasement is still appeasement. And that's what we're beginning to see. There's some welcome of this new policy on wall street which again has been seeking to do business in china for many years under the idea that if we just trade and do business with this communist state that it would have a modifying influence. It's been another failure. A lot of the wall street executives wanna go to that the banks however many of the us and international banks are recognizing that it's time to pull back from china. That things are going south very quickly there.
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The flogging was seldom if ever alluded to us in the folk soul if anyone was inclined to talk about it the others with a delicacy which i hardly expected to find among them always stopped him or turn the subject but the behavior of the two men who were flogged towards one another show consideration which would have been worthy of admiration and the highest walks of life. Sam new. John has suffered sewing on his account. An all his complaints. He said that if he alone had been flogged it would have been nothing but he never could see him without thinking that he had been a means of bringing this disgrace upon him and john never by word or deed let anything. Excape him to remind. The other that it was by interfering to save a shipmate he had suffered neither made it a secret that they thought the dutchman bill and foster might have helped them but they do not expect it of stimpson or me while we showed our sympathy for their suffering and our ignatius and the captain's violence. We did not feel sure that there was only one side to the beginning of the difficulty and we kept clear if any engagement with them except promised to help them and they got home note. Owing to the change of vessels that afterwards took place. Captain thompson arrived in boston. Nearly a year before the pilgrim and was off on another voyage beyond the read to these men soon after the publication of the first edition of this book in eighteen forty one. I received a letter from stimpson. Dated a detroit michigan where he had reentered mercantile life from which i make this extract. Ask to your account of the flogging. Seen i think you've given a fair history of it. And if anything ben too lenient toward captain thompson for his brutal cowardly treatment of those men also was in the whole of the time. The afraid commenced. I will give you a short history of as near as i can. Recollect we were breaking out goods in the four hold and in order to get at them. We had to shift our hinds from forward to aft. After having removed part of them we came to the boxes and attempted to get them out without moving any more of the hides while doing so. Sam accidentally hurt his hand and as usual begins swearing about it and was not sparing of his oaths. Although i think he was not aware that captain thompson was so near him at the time. Captain thompson asked him in no mater way..
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"We worked as usual washing decks etc until breakfast time. After breakfast we pulled the captain shore and finding some hides there which had been brought down the night before he ordered me to stay ashore and watch them saying that the boat would come again before night. They left me. And i spent a quiet down the hill eating dinner with three men at the little house. Unfortunately they had no books and after talking with them and walk in about. I begin to grow tired of doing nothing. The little brig the home of so much been suffering lay in the offing. Almost as far as when could see and the only other thing which broke the surface of the great bay was a small dreary looking island steep and conical of a clay soil and without the sign of vegetable knife upon it yet which had a peculiar and melancholy interest for on the top of it were buried the remains of an englishman. The commander a small merchant brig who died while line in this port it was always a solemn affecting spot to me there is too desolate and in the midst of desolation and there were the remains of one who died and was buried alone in friendless. Had it been a common burying place it would have been nothing. The single body corresponded well with Solitary character of everything around. It was the only spot in california that impressed me with anything like poetic interest then to the man died far from home without a friend near him by poison it was suspected and no one to inquire into it and without funeral rites the mate as i was told glad to have an out of the way hurrying him up the hill into the ground without a word or a prayer i looked anxiously for a boat during the latter part of the afternoon but none came until towards sundown when i saw a spec on the water and as it drew near i found it was the gig with the captain the heights then were not to go off. The captain came up. The hill with a man bringing my monkey jacket and a blanket. He looked pretty black but inquired whether i had enough to eat told me to make a house out of the hides and keep myself warm as i should have to sleep there among them and to keep good watch over them. I got a moment to speak to the man who brought my jacket. How did things go aboard. Said i that enough said he hard work and not a kind word spoken. What said i have. You been at work all day. Yes no more sunday for us. Everything has been moved in the home from stem to stern. And from the waterways to the kilson i went up to the house to suffer. We had for holies the perpetual food the californians but which when well cooked are the best being in the world coffee made of burnt wheat and hard bread after our meal. The three men sat down by the light of tallow candle with a pack of greasy spanish cards..
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"I could look on no longer disgusted sick. I turned away and leaned over the rail and looked down into the water. A few rapid thoughts. I don't know what our situation a resolution to see. The captain punished only got home. Crossed my mind but the foyer blows and the cries of the man. Call me back. Once more at length they ceased and turning around. I found that the mate at a signal from the captain had cast him loose almost double up with pain. The man walked slowly forward. It went down to the folks so everyone else stood still his post while the captain smelling with rage and with the importance of his achievement walked the quarter deck at each turn. He came forward calling out to us. You see our condition. You see where. I've got you all and you know what to expect. You've been mistaken me. You didn't know what i was now. You know what i am. I'll make you till the market result of you off you. All for an african. The boy up. You've got to drive over you. Yes a slave driver a nigger driver. I'll say he'll tell me with this in like manner. Equally coke related to quite us and to allay any apprehensions of future trouble. He entertained us for about ten minutes when he went below soon after john came aft with his bareback covered with stripes and wheels in every direction and dreadfully swollen. An ask the steward to ask the captain to let him have some sav or balsam to put upon it said the captain who heard him from below. Tell him to put a shirt on. That's the best thing for him and put me a shore in the boat. Nobody's going to lay up on board this vessel. He then called to mr russel to take those two men in two others in the boat and pull him ashore. for one. The two men could hardly bend their backs and the captain called to them to give way but finding they did their best he let them alone. The agent was in the stern sheets but during the whole poll illegal more.
"a year before" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Built out my USA supply channel like a year before this covid things happen, and I'm like, all right, I got overseas supply. Long term partners that have been good to me since we started. I've got us a supply or always wanted to build, and now we can build it here and now I never have a supply issue and a boy. Both. Both of them have been super challenged. So all of our stuff coming in through the ports hugely delayed all of its prepaid and I I was scrambling to pay for my inventory because I couldn't get it in time to sell it. And so that, you know. It was a good problem to have, because again, the supply was there. We got through it. We're growing. We're bigger or better, But, um, but, yeah, it's still to this day. It's it's challenging. Oh, the the costs of transportation. And everything else all the way around. It's constantly changing, and I don't It's really tough to kind of get a handle on the bottom line. And if you don't have a handle on the bottom line, you don't know where you're going to go. And, uh So you know, that's that's all been The stuff, but we're not. We're not like ready to launch new products and get into new things and bringing some more. You know, manufacturing in house here and there, And so we're we're excited about the future. Absolutely. But it it is juggling. And it is,.
"a year before" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"There. There's not even that many women in there definitely in the women of color. Probably not even that many people of color i mean. There's there's a lot to do. There's just so much work that we all need to do and we need to talk about it and needs to get comfortable talking about it. I know feels uncomfortable for a lot of people but you got to remove the guilt and the shame and base ahead on and say what are we going to do about it. You know to have field as though we've talked about how you fight for the people in how you get them cleaned up. But did you ever feel going into this industry particularly finance which i guess traditionally male dominated industry that it feel like you had to be quite scrappy to establish yourself because you have a high profile. Yeah yeah. There was a certain point in my career where i realized i was not being taken seriously. A as to what my goals were which was always to you know partner at a firm and and continue this work. I mean from the day. I walked into my first job. I was like Like that corner office. I will have that someday. That will be mine and everything that i've i've done. I've worked really hard. I've asked a lot of questions. I took on more and more work. More clients i asked for. Promotions moved to another firm. If i if. I couldn't get to the level that i wanted. I felt like i was capped out the hat. I had to go look elsewhere. So you know i would make a move to go to a different firm at that point And everywhere that i went i felt. Yeah i hit a ceiling where you know there. I was recognized as being strong talent. And that was good at my job. And i feel respected. But i wasn't going to ever get you know all the way there and yeah i worked at these firms that are largely run by older white men. And you know they're very few female partners at these firms And you kinda just had this whole thing like i guess. I'm going to have to do this myself. If i want to do it the way i wanna do it and if i wanna get to where i wanna go well then i guess i'll just get myself there so i just kinda took my money ran. Did you just have to was a case of just going to start up my own business. And i'm going to be a free agent agent as it were. Yeah you know. It was a little a little more painstaking and And a longer process than that I i really lamented over everything for probably a year before i did it I you know. I weighed the pros and the cons. I was scared You know our clients gonna come with me. If i have enough money to live coming off of a comfortable salary jog with a comfortable salary job with benefits and all of that lake. I you know the the insecurity that you suddenly have. It's it's daunting and it's like oh. But i do this for other people should be able to do for myself. I'm so intrigued by the fact that you had the area but you did it anyway. Because actually i think if i was coming to you and i said hey kristen. I need you to manage my money. I would have so much more faith in you knowing that you were taken that leak to in a way. Yeah oh thanks wow. I don't think anyone's ever said that. Before i love that. Yeah you know it was it was what are my options right I can stay here and keep doing more of what i'm doing but maybe never really reached the goal that i had for myself or i can you know. Take this big risk and hope that my clients come with me. And i hope that i that i survive and and keep continuing the work that i'm doing But you know start to do things my way and start to improve on.
"a year before" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"A precious resource. And so how it's being used you know is ultimately you know something that i struggle with. Continue to manage and figure out. Because i have a lot of goals. So perfection this retirement terms of how you sir choosing select my time and yeah i'm saying no just a clients and jiang kind of note to some of the things that need to get offloaded so i am happy because i've got now. You know a team of people you know kind of on boarding getting ramped up so that i can actually free up a lot of my time to do something. I which is creating content were people. Could you just those things. And i'll be pretty happy but the rest. You sound exactly like me. I almost wish that. I would have just taken a year before. I did anything and just made all of my stuff so that i don't have to like make it while i'm producing podcasts. At doing private. Coaching and writing and learning and then sometimes playing or doing webinars for poker coaching dot com or whatever. It is There's just not enough time in the day and i know that there's even struggles with on boarding a team right. It gets harder before it gets easier because you need to train them to do all the stuff correctly and yeah it's just a it's a lot of stuff in so i know exactly what you're saying. I don't want my private coaching students to think that you know. I don't want to be coaching them. It's just there's so many hours in the day. Like how do i get all of it. Done all the other challenging arab. Then you'd have you know a lot more time for them and that's the point. I mean that's that's stuff that you know. I certainly love doing it. The i wear a lot from it. That's that's part of the challenge. I like working with founding heinz. I think having written the books is great because it also sort of you know doesn't have people show but my door that that have issues that could be taken care of easily. It's not fun for me to work on something that i've already kind of mapped yet by. Gto mental game stuff is in the book so you can learn from their pre problems than you know. Easy easy game like i. I like the challenging situations in. That's that's fun for me. Yeah that was the reason why. I made preflight bootcamp. My first course was like i was tired of getting pre flop questions or seeing people mess up pre flop and talking about. It's like let's just solve this so that i don't have to talk about it anymore and that's actually what is happening with my other courses as well. It's like well if you're looking for this in a private concert like take this course instead of private coaching right now. Like do this before you get private coaching. Just because these are things that i've already effectively solved. And there's no reason to like. Just go through them in private. Coaching sessions to you ever believed something in her professional career. Only to reverse course later on. And if so what led to that change. Biggest ones probably visualization. Working with golfers. Right so so. Visualization was something that was very kind of deep in the waters for psychology in that. But i've come to realize it is kind of in that secondary category of things. Yeah helpful right. But it's not an antidote and yeah you can't kind of visualize your problems away you can't yourself playing perfectly or even Visualize yourself dealing with problematic situations and that then is going to kinda guarantee that occurring. It just makes it more likely how much so you know fractionally. It's valuable but but in in doses. So that's probably the biggest one I'm sure there's lots of.
"a year before" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Is so great to be with all of you. This is incredible. This is absolutely amazing because it means we did it we lived. I'm alive thing. I didn't think i'd make it. I didn't even get cold. But i'm just not to survivor. That's the how anybody i know would describe me. I'll even tell you what a year before the pandemic right fully. Before the pay. I was walking in. New york is looking at the sky. Love my life looking up being happy. And i stepped off her. That's all that's happened so far. I stepped off the curb. And i stepped off. A bird is not a dead bird. Okay this bart was also walk around. Pay attention loved his life. We just collided with nature humanity at once and so i stepped all the bird. The bird and i freaked out and the bird. And i made the same noise that is not so by that survives global pandemic if you can match the pitch of a pigeon out of fear the no no one is checking for you in the max movie. You died in the first five seconds in that montage about what went wrong with the world as you at a bird like how it ends. This is insane. Global pandemic last year was crazy because it was the first thing that ever happened. That happened to everybody. That's while that even happened in the world wars and they're named after the world you know there were some coaches like this. Y'all seem to be working out over there slowly become a little. We don't need to be dusted up to mass. Some people thought it was the end of the world. Which is why. I'm pretty sure that in all that. Chaos all that uncertainty in all that fear somebody somewhere definitely eight a person
"a year before" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"Justice reform organization. Were probably the one of the larger ones in the country We do mostly policy and practice work although we indeed actually have some work where we spent time in facilities in jails and prisons courthouses and alike our commitment to end over criminalization and mass incarceration in this country and we bring a pretty unusual set of tools to that To that fight We bring data analytics a real understanding of how public sector agencies change and credibility that comes with both of those things and then advocacy capacity to you know to lobby to Do public education and so our goal is really to to end. Mass incarceration and the over criminalization of people in this in this country and to take on work that that tries to achieve that at scale. That makes a real deal that gets the mass and the over of those things. It doesn't just try to tinker around the margins. So you asked this question about how we how we got worked on during the pandemic. And i guess i would you know the the first headlines i would say smoothly surprisingly We got most of our work done. Most of our product is. It's it's information and it's an it's intellectual i And so to be able to make the transition to to produce that with the tools that we usually have in the office. Which are you know computers and servers and Software to analyze and conversation on a lot of that was deployable remotely. It wasn't wasn't there. Were challenges for sure but there was also a body of work that we do where where we spent a great deal of time in prisons and jails and unfortunately that had to come to a relate abrupt close I think that we succeeded. I had a masterful in very well. Organized chief operating officer who was ready for the maybe not this precise crisis but a crisis like this. I'm from day one and so she really helped drive us into the remote world we had You know just made significant investments and technology gotten into the cloud where we had not been a year before. I can't imagine what things would have. Looked like in the absence of that and so we had a team and capacity to really make that truly make the transition and So you know so. So i i generally feel good about what we did. I mean we'll talk much more much more about it but but it was The initial stages were surprisingly Non disruptive. I mean not dealing with the emotional aspect of it but but we really made the transition smoothly. Incredibly proud.
"a year before" Discussed on The Science Show
"They kind of rounded lumps at the front. They've got two little sticks. That are like antenna. And i use those for syncing chemicals in the water so that don't have would assign so they live in a world by smell i suppose. And on the back they have a little feathery rosette of gills. And that's what they used to respond and get oxygen from the water but they often gorgeous colors and ridiculous combinations yet always fun to say them and see them around the reef other living together we think of reefs that habitat with incredible complexity. Don't we that's right so it can be very difficult to see them. I think i was diving. Maybe for about a year before. I so my first new to bring so it takes a while to get your i. It means that. It's always a real trait to find one. And what about these conclusions. You're coming too slowly. Yeah for me. i'll be using molecular techniques to try and understand if those deeper ones are different or not. That's one of the tools that i apply to most of the problems. I see so it'll take a little time to do that. But i'll let you know and lots of people talk about these races being the standby ones for when the great barrier reef and others near the surface more and more depleted. It's not that is it. Well we don't know what it's going to be like. I guess we know in the future that the world's changing we know that what temperatures are increasing we know the corals are one of the threatened animals. Want people care a lot about them. But if we're going to predict that they'll find refuge. In means of photo areas we need to learn more about those as they are in their pristine state. So obviously you know. Everything's been impacted now already but we need to get on with understanding those areas as best as possible if the conditions are changing so shallow corals can leave their. What are we losing from their. What's unique to those means afforded areas. And so i think that's an interesting question to add to the mix bucknell neverthe- wilson the museum of wwl exploring vast hardly known depths of seascape and finding clues about what we're in for..
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Foam and the body of them a deep indigo blue reflecting the rays of the sun are ship. Rose slowly over a few of the largest them until one. Immense fellow came rolling on threatening to cover her. And which i was sailor enough to know by the feeling of her feet she would not rise over. I sprang upon the night heads and seizing hold of the four day. Drew myself up upon it. My feet were just off the stanchion. When the bow struck fairly into the middle of the sea at washed the ship for an apt burying her in the water as soon as she rose out of it. I looked at and everything for to the main must accept the longboat which was great in double lashed down to the ring bolts was swept off clear the galley the pigsty the hen coop and a large sheep pen which had been built upon the four hatch was all gone in the twinkling of an eye leaving the deck as clean as a chin new reaped and not a stick left to show anything in stood in the scuppers lay the galley bottom up in a few boards floating about the wreck of the sheep pin and half a dozen miserable shape floating among them through and not a little frightened at the sudden change that had come upon them as soon as the seed washed by all han sprang up out of the folks soul to see what had become the ship and in a few moments the cook and old bill crawled out from under the galley where they had been line in the water nearly smothered with a galley over them fortunately it rested against the bulwarks or it would have broken some of their bones when the water runoff we picked the sheep up and put them in a longboat gotha galley back in its place and set things a little too right but had not our ship had uncommonly high bulwarks and rail everything must have been washed overboard not accepting old bill the cook bill had been standing at the galley door with the kid of beef in his hand for the folks mess when away he went kid beef and all he held onto the kid to the last like a good fellow but the beef was gone and when the water had been off we sought line high and dry like a rock low tide. Nothing could hurt that. We took the loss of our beef very easily. Consoling ourselves with a recollection that the cabin had more to lose than we and chuckled..
"a year before" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Being allowed not even just blowing them being allowed to someone to blow job is almost even more humiliating very to me I would have never even wanted to admit that I I would have been like I'm just going to keep that to myself and then you flash to Sierra who's like marriage family and his mom and everything. They've hooked up multiple times. It's like and they like when she was arguing about you two are not the same like you keep trying to make these situations the same they're not the same. Yeah, oh my God. I'm feeling like a whole new level of like second-hand embarrassment. And then also thinking about like past guys that Iraq had a crush on who like maybe like didn't like it was clear like, oh, they don't want to fuck you. And then now I'm just like having my own like second-hand embarrassment for myself. If a guy just doesn't like guys, I think it's fair to say want to fuck everything in anything all the time true. So if there's like a Line in the Sand kind of A guy saying no to sex with you. He probably just like genuinely isn't interested in you in that way. I will say this as you know, as a as a sexual man, I would say this. Women have a lot of like things that they want in a partner like, you know, they wanted the dead they want somebody who's smart honest funny. They have a whole list of things that they like wanting the partner off then have things that they want in a partner, but at the very top of the list is somebody that they want to fuck your shit out of and if that's not on the list then everything else doesn't really matter as long as that's just the way that's my experience with guys. If you don't have that from them then move on like I I was like, I literally had this conversation with them when I was watching and I was like cuz I was a fuckboy in my day and I kind of went back and forth with my husband for like a year before we.
"a year before" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"When you rebrand or significantly change your company. It may take years before people figure it out. Hey there americans eric olsen. i'm days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company. Hey there eric. J olson when we first formed arrayed digital our concept was that we were going to be a software company that created mobile apps and web based apps for businesses that were amazingly designed so that they look great and they worked great as well. That was our cost of going in and we did that for the first year. Basically and then after that we began the transition to digital marketing exclusively. That took about six twelve months and ever since then we've been one hundred percent digital marketing. We don't do apps anymore. We don't do sulfur anymore. Our software developers. You know we let them know what was going on. But they transitioned to other companies and we stopped supporting those clients so for the last. At least what about i. Guess about three years or so. We've been exclusively digital marketing. But it's interesting because it took a long time for people to realize that we weren't doing apps and software anymore and i say it took but you know what it's probably still happening about a year ago maybe closer to year and a half ago. Someone that i know in the community who i've known well for a long time who follows me on social media as well. He's seen me posting about these changes in the company we've talked. I've literally told him. In the past that we changed the digital marketing. He told a friend of mine that he thought we still did us. And the reason he told us because she said need an app built. I'm thinking about contacting eric at a ray digital and like it so even though i had told this person directly. Hey we don't do anymore. We're doing digital marketing. It just didn't sink in. Imagine if i hadn't had a direct conversation with that person and they just had to kind of figure it out based on like social media or a newsletter or they wanted to get it. We realized that we had to keep talking about the changes that were happening in the company a lot and widely and it couldn't be just like one blog posts that were done. We got it. We got that we change what we were doing. But the rest of the world didn't get it and so once we kind of understood that is gonna take a long time. We had to keep saying over and over and over again ad. Nauseam to the point where. I can't believe out to say this again. We only do digital marketing. But we had to be repetitive in our message because not everybody gets that single message that you send out or the first five times. He had that message. They may miss every single one of those messages. Maybe they're not listening or maybe the message never comes to them because they're not falling on social media or they missed us social media post. Who knows but you had to continue to tell people what you do here. And now so hey. If there's any confusion here to ray digital we do not do apps we do not do software. We do websites. Seo online advertising and social media management those four things are the only things that we do here and so you know what was the last time that i said that on the podcast. It's probably been months so you know. I'm not even living up to this advice that i'm tony. I you need to keep telling people over and over and over again now. So it's got to be on your website. It's gotta be super clear. Put it in your email signature. Let people know what it is that you do and especially if you change what you do if you change your branding make sure that you communicate that often and widely. How much more successful would you be if you could harness the experience of a group of successful business owners. That is the exact group of people that we have in our business grew mastermind check out more information at a ray mentor dot com..
"a year before" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"Never heard of him. He's don't comedian old of digital he's in l. a. Right now but gerald. Kelly was at the audition also which was hilarious. And he was talking about how he's going to have his son. Do comedy is crazy because the sun is doing comedy now like his son and his grandson. They're doing comedy which is but anyway Yes so we we additions and they called us to come out to la and we will like y'all we're going to la. They didn't say pain for us to to fly. There didn't say they were gonna do lives lodging or anything. There was three of us and we really. I bet we going out there. And we're gonna take take over. We're going to do our thing on. Tv tone all family and friends as we go into la going to be stars. This is going to happen for us. Great we get to la and we did not do well in that show. We bombed hard like so hard that like it was just. I've gone into detail about it but like yeah we bombed heart and i am not looking. You're over the jokes. You told we didn't really do jokes. That's why we were so bad. Noah jokes were like my friends started. Stand up like a a a year before. I did like. I was a couple months in. I really i. We didn't know what joke structure where winning open bike sweet or we knew was what worked in churches so we had to bring what working to church on tv and that and we did song parodies so we would do. We would do like instead of past the kosovar say which was popular and we did pass the collection plate. Yeah and we have like we had tracks in everything we had. We had backup tracks. We did so when we get to the day of shooting. 'cause we we have been here for days the day of shooting They tell us that we can't beat box. My friend beat boxes. He's like you can't eat box. Why can't he beat bugs. Oh yeah we can't get the permission. I call well we. You know we have our music that oh no no no. You can't use you wait. They told us we could use our music. I remember us before we came out here. They was we. Could you are music like new york and we ask that question shit. We had going on show without music..
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Into much for drink. You must every time in if you drink with one and not with the other. It is always taken as an insult. Having it gone through our turns and acquitted ourselves of all obligations. We slipped out and went about among the houses endeavouring to find horses for the day so that we might ride around and see the country at first we had little success and all we could get out lazy fellows in reply to questions being eternal drawing king savvy who knows which is an answer to all questions after several efforts at length felon with a little sandwich island. Boy who belonged to captain wilson. I aku and was well acquainted in the place. He knowing where to go soon procured us to horses. Ready saddled and bridled each with alaso coiled over the pommel. These were to have all day with the privilege of writing them down to the beach at night for dollar which we had to pay an advance. Horses are the cheapest thing in california very fair ones not being worth more than ten dollars a piece and the poor being often sold for three and four taking days. Ride you pay for the use of the saddle and for the labor and trouble. Kitchen the horses. If you bring the saddleback safe they cared little becomes of the horse mounted on horses. Which were spirited beasts and which by the way in this country are always steered in the calvary fashion by pressing the contrary rain against the neck and not by point on the bit we started off on a fine run over the country. The first place we went to was the old ruinous presidio. Which stands on rising ground near the village which overlooks it is built in the form of an open square like all the other presidio and was in most ruinous state with the exception of one side. In which the common nut lived with his family there were only two guns none of which was spiked in the other head no carriage twelve half clothed and half starved looking fellows composed the garrison and they it was said had not a musket apiece. The small settlement lay directly below the fort composed of about forty dark brown looking huts or houses and three or four larger ones whitewashed which belong to the genthod arizona. This town is not more than half as largest monterey or santa barbara and has little or no business from the presidio rerun off in the direction of the mission which we were told was three miles distant. The country was rather sandy and there was nothing for miles which could be called a tree but the grass grew green in rank and there were many bushes and thickets and the soil is said to be good after pleasant. Ride of a couple miles. We saw the white walls of the mission and forty in a small stream came and before it. The mission is built of adobe and plastered. There is something decidedly striking in its appearance. A number of irregular buildings connected with one another in disposed in the form of a hollow square with a church at one end rising above the rest with a tower containing five belfries in each of which hung a large bell and with very large rusty. Aaron crosses at the tops just outside of the buildings and under the walls stood twenty or thirty small huts melt of straw and of the branches of trees group together in which a few indians lived under the protection and the service of the mission entering a gateway we drove into the open square in which the stillness of death reigned on one side with the church on another a range of high buildings with grated windows. A third was a range of smaller buildings offices and the fourth seemed to be little more than a high connecting wall..
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"How the prospect and how short intolerable. The voyage appeared when viewed in this new light. Thanks looks differently from what they did when we talk them. Over in the little dark folk soul the night after the flogging at san pedro his not the least of the advantages of allowing sailors occasionally a day of liberty that it gives them a spring and makes them feel cheerful and independent and laid them insensivity to look on the bright side of everything for some time after stimpson and i determined to keep as much together as possible though. We knew that it would not do to cut our shipmates for knowing our birth in education. They were a little suspicious that we would try to put on the gentlemen when we got ashore and would be ashamed of their company. And this won't do with jack when the voyages an end you do as you please. But so long as she belonged to the same vessel you must be linked to him on shore or he will not be a shipmate to you on board mean for warned of this before i went to see i took no long talks with me and being dressed like the rest in white duck trousers blue jacket and straw hat which would prevent my going into better company and showing no disposition to avoid them. I set all suspicion at rest. Our crew fell in with some who belong to the other vessels and sailor like steered for the first grog shop. This was a small adobe building of only one room in which we're liquors dry goods west india goods shoes bread fruits and everything which is visible in california. It was kept by yankee. A one eyed man who belonged formerly to fall river came out to the pacific and a well ship left hurt the sandwich islands and came to california and set up a poll period. Stimson an i followed in our shipmates. Wake knowing that to refuse to drink with them would be the highest affront but determining to slip away the first opportunity. It is universal custom with sailors for each one in his. Turn to treat the whole calling for glass all round and obliging is present. Even to the keeper of the shop to take a gloss with him. When i came in there was some dispute between our crew and the others were the newcomers or the old california rangers should treat i but it being settled in favor of the latter. Each of the crews of the other vessels treated all round in their turn. Endesa were good mini present including some loafers. Who had dropped in knowing what was going on to take advantage of hospitality and the liquor was a rail twelve and a half cents a glass. It made somewhat of a hole in their laughers. It was now our ships. Turn and stimpson i- desires to get away stepped up to call for glasses but we soon found than we must go in order. The oldest i for any old sailors did not choose to be preceded by a couple of youngsters and longer maury we had to wait our turn with twofold apprehension of being too late for our horses and.
"a year before" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Two years before the mast this liberal. Vox recording is in the public domain. Two years before the mast. By richard henry down a junior chapter sixteen liberty day onshore the next day being sunday after washington current decks and getting breakfast. The mate came forward with leave for one. Watch to go ashore on the rudy. We do lots and it fell to delivered which i was in instantly was preparation buckets of fresh water which we were allowed import. And so were put to use go ashore. Jackets and trousers got out in brushed pumps neckerchiefs in hats. Overhauled one lending to another so that among the whole each got a good fit out but what was called to pull the liberty men ashore and we sat down and the stern sheets as big as pay passengers and jumping ashore. Set out on our walk for the town which was nearly three miles off. It is a pity that some other arrangement is not made in merchant vessels with a guard the liberty day when import the cruiser kept at work all the week and the only day they are allowed for rest or pleasure is sunday and unless they go ashore on that day they cannot go at all. I have heard of a religious captain who gave his crew liberty on saturdays. After twelve o'clock this would be a good plan if ship masters you bring themselves to give their crews so much time for young sailors especially many of whom have been brought up with a regard for the sacredness of the day. This strong time to break. It is exceedingly injurious. It can hardly be expected that a crew on a long and hard foliage refuse a hours of freedom from toil and the restraints of a vessel and an opportunity to tread the ground and see the sights of society and humanity because it is a sunday they feel no objection to being drawn out of a pit on the sabbath day. I shall never forget the delightful sensation of being in the open. Air with the birds singing around me and escaped from confinement labor and strict rule of a vessel of being once more in my life the only for a day. My own master. A sailor's liberty is but for a day yet. While it lasts it is entire. He is under. No one's i in can do whatever and go wherever he pleases this day. For the first time. I made truly say in my whole life. I felt the mean of a term which i had often heard. The sweets of liberty. Stimpson was with me and turning our backs upon the vessel. We walked slowly along talking of the pleasure of being our own masters of the times past when we were free and in the midst of friends in america and the prospect of our return and planning where we would go and what we do when we reached home..
"a year before" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Yeah i mean we can talk about anything really well one time. I found a a vhs in my mom's closet called lesbian love from a to z. And i popped it in and it was they go through the alphabet the entire alphabet and like do like lesbian sex moves or whatever that start with every letter of the alphabet. God we're you still at the age really awesome programming to brush up on my alphabet. I think i think. I was like fourteen and i think did it was a weird combination of like so disturbed and so horny and when your mom came out right when you were fourteen. Yeah we should officially just changed topic to like mother daughter. Dykes okay when your mom came out. Did you know that you were also like that. Something was going on with with you to own. Yeah and i was. I was completely resolved at that point to never tell anybody ever like i had i said to myself. Thank god i. i am this. But i don't ever have to tell anybody ever. No one with gaidar is going to be living when he feet for me and dude like i was wearing like shorts down to my like should lower shin basketball shoes and big baggy. Sure you know. Writing anonymous love letters and to the girl that i loved and like fucking like creating like you know fake email accounts to like center letters and shit like how was i going to sustain that and that coming out we need to know if your mom had sex. Talk with you before you were fourteen. Did you have a straight sex talk and a gay sex talk and or he we did. We definitely we definitely didn't have a gay sex talk. Because i was having sex for a year before i came out and i don't think we had a straight sex talk cool. I don't think. I think the only thing that she said was barb. If.