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Marketing in times of crisis with Meagen Eisenberg
"Welcome to the revolution show. Megan Eisenberg's actor factions welcome Meghan. Thank you. Thank you for having me rates. Have you looked costs for the for the first time we had you speak at a couple of suspects. Now I think being Dublin twice once with Mongo DB A. Trip back trip actions I miss. It may say it would be well, obviously would be next month right ends. Yeah I mean. Everybody's not just not just saying that a lot of the conversations having the moment because I think it's impending at, it would be next month. A, lot of people saying all It's one of the top two events that went missing this year and. We're definitely failing fading that. Make do without the online. Brings. US, up, a line in different. but. Certainly we're trying to bring a lot of that fatty online but us, you call events in that is against the pumps up. Missed the Guinness. That's it. That's a great on on the PODCAST. For those that don't know you, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? WHO's mega noise? Sure. I am CMO trip actions. I've been here almost two years prior to that I was at Mongo DB as their CMO for four years took them public in October, two, thousand seventeen, and just prior to that I was at Docu sign. That you signature company. That's both doing quite well in the markets right now for three and a half years running demand Gen. Your base in the US area with just chatting about Louis. Flyers. S. airy sad to see and the air in the skies have been orange. So yeah, we're hopeful that the firefighters get that out sooner than later. In. The Bay area. So I was born in, Texas? So and lived in Minnesota in Illinois for a brief amount of time. But most my life I've been in California live in Belgium for year as a nanny. For Two kids are I guess and then I lived in Japan in Tokyo for a year during college raising. Up. We. Want a little bit of about. The I guess the Addington, two factions and leading Moxie. During What is being much challenging year. We. Can Certainly, the the travel industry as as many as the events industry You know we we've had a very. Difficult moment. Don't try to find a way You Know Karma through this and. Understand how are you guys done it and the and and I guess. I mean. Tennis. Just a little bit about through factions. What it does a little bit. Why did you join trip actions when you see among a DVD? And you you know you to join trip absolutely better. Yeah. So trip actions is a full travel management system from bookings expense. So you book your travel than we have travel agents that support you while you're on the road, and then we have a product called trump actions, liquid that corporate card for expenses and and managing anything on the road or even at home you know some of our companies are using it to expense office supplies, stuff like that and software I joined. Last year weather reside is one it's a massive market I think One thing when you're looking at companies to join is to look at their size of the market it's a one point, five, trillion dollars just business travel online as one point, five trillion even if we cut that in half with Cova, let's say it only comes back to half the levels in the next year. That's still an eight hundred, billion dollar market, and there's a lot of legacy players in it that haven't really innovated in a long time. They were all born before the iphone they weren't there in legacy technology and infrastructure outdated models. They're dispirit systems They're not designed around the traveler, the user, and they don't usually have very people don't love those solutions typically. So I love going to a player that's very disruptive. That's modern that was born after the IPHONE and designed around on new technology is very similar to to be born after the iphone they went after a very large forty, five, billion dollar database market that was growing to sixty billion and they're taking on a large incumbent which was. Oracle and they were bringing a whole different way of doing it and tractions doing that it's a very, it's one platform. It's just a very different model than what's out there, and so I was excited to join the company and we were growing quite fast. We added a thousand employees last year until we had to hit the brakes with covid and that definitely was a punch in the gut I, think for the entire industry and we've had to make a lot of pivots and moves in order to adjust for this environment. But we know ultimately travel will come back. Businesses are reliant on meeting in person and accelerating deals and so I'm here to help us get through this external. Event with the pandemic and build the right product and support our customers and what they need now, and then
"addington" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"With veterans of that war and the and the war in Afghanistan and. The line you. I think what he feels is that no one sacrificed in vain Saddam Hussein was a heinous brutal murderous dictator in the world is better off without him but I think Bush has has articulated it in his first book that the case he made ended up not being news is a monumental intelligence failure. The WMD commission looked at it I had a Communications Role of sort of writing the declassified version of some of those reports and curveball was the informant who had bad information I mean it's it's It's. Obviously, it's a tragedy of a epic monumental proportions that continues to call her everything about what people think of the Bush presidency. You mentioned Cheney before who was his role In all of that, you know this has ball's idea that what things look like from the outside are either totally wrong or the tip of the iceberg right I think As it pertained to Iraq. What was visible from the outside was was kind of the tip of the iceberg I think on the inside he was a and I look I, think his own writings and and and interviews bear this out. I mean he had a Circle inside the executive. Branch. Paul Wolfowitz and and David Addington as you're living in and changing and they really I I mean people, Saurav. Collapse these events at their own peril the tax of nine eleven. The invasion of Afghanistan was then punctuated by the the Bush administration adopting a doctrine of preemption and it was around that doctrine the invasion of Iraq.
'True Grit' author Charles Portis dies at 86
"Two he wrote a book that was turned into this movie Iran a Kerio on one minute that or see you'll Addington boards may have the judge Parker convenience what should be I call it ball talk for one night may not lose Charles Portis's died he wrote the best seller true grit twice adapted into Oscar nominated films Portis was eighty six he was a former newspaper reporter who'd been suffering from Alzheimer's in recent years Charles Portis is among the most admired authors to nearly vanish from public consciousness in his own
"addington" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Your support really reflects the support that is needed to push that forward so the February fourteenth March Can you tell us why it's on February fourteenth and what we can do to get involved with that. I'll give that question too carol. Oh Oh the simple passing going on here pointing at each other like it's reservoir dogs. I have a lot to say but Evelyn isn't it men on our page. It's so she can also share. I WANNA give everybody the February. The February fourteenth March came about a nine hundred ninety. One there was And for the longest time we marched up for years and years and it was only a few years ago that the family told us the reason why the every fourteen Kim by March came about whiskas in nine hundred ninety one there was a family member that was murdered and dismembered body parts. There's different parts of downtown side so Because of that and for the for years and years I came here from ninety three years the March chowdhary been around for two years and I got here on February six. I joined the marched I year I started. I've been going every year. I've missed a few so for years and years. We didn't no why we're marching Well we knew why but we didn't know what family it happened to and it was only a few years ago. They came forward and so our march girls every year like this year is our next month is twenty nine years. The march grows larger every year. there's more and more people. Are we going to support a long day. We March In the morning Few of US have a press conference in warning upstairs and in the theater Carnegie. It's not the broad public and community and family members and friends of the Messiah murdered that speak and is no media loud is no picture taking videos. And then at twelve o'clock to elders of the March march out front and Circle and somebody will do line acknowledgement from the Muslim nation. And then we go after March and we go. Are we marched from Carnegie's Mainstream hastings go down main street towards are the police station and we place a rose. A Red rose where someone was murdered. A yellow rose is for someone is last scene. That's missing and we do gas town and we stop at various points and it's a long long day. Our elders are getting up there in age. But they're really strong. Like I mean some of these ladies are seventies and a walk with us like we're following them so there's the elders and then we have the drummer's we do this all day. The and then we come back around full circle and have speeches people speaking. And we marched down Hastings. Go to open hundred park and we have prayer and singing the totem pole. That's for the women in Oppenheimer Park and we laid down You speak candles. But now it's delights in Dixie cups and Family members who will out pictures at than we march on walk over to Japanese Hall and we have a feast and I'd be singing in more speakers so it takes takes a lot of planning so if you ever around inside you to join us so this is coming up February fourteen and you would like as much support as possible and as many people to turn out as possible to to remember missing and murdered indigenous goals because we all know you know if a white woman or go missing. There's an enormous media response uh-huh as there should be if a woman goes missing but then suddenly if the missing woman will go is a woman of color and especially an indigenous woman ago there is not the same response so it is down to us as communities to say say this is important we see you. We remember you we care and so the more of you that could come out and also if you could not just take it upon yourself to do that but could you you tell people. Could you spread that word. Could you bring more people. Could you bring more attention to this. And could we make this February the fourteenth the biggest one ever the I think especially Valentine's Day. Actually you know the sort of this commercialization of displays of love this is an actual display of love. This is an authentic and actual display of. We're not saying you talk. I can go off with your significant other to an Italian restaurant and pay double the regular price for a table with a rose on. Obviously Komo knock yourself out on that front as well but this is something that you could do way you could make that day feel like it was really about now and not just to sort of display of love. You've been sold by people that make a greeting cards. So how do we get involved in this. Where can we go on social media to defined to connect into amplify spread this message We have the Feb Fourteenth Memorial March. Page that you can join. We also have have the event posted as of last Thursday. It's called up every fourteen memorial march invited on facebook about twelve years ago. Addington Addington Americanized Name. Danielle contacted US Women's memorial March Committee and asked us for help and she started a March Edmonton and then after that it carried onto them cities across Canada. So there's March is held in Toronto Montreal. All the major cities and and there are some small places. Small towns and then saddle came on board a few years ago. So it's a place of North America. Check it out on social media. Ah Get involved. If you're not in those places your global listener you can still amplify. You can still Hashtag. You can still draw attention to this is because wherever we are in the world our sisters our sisters so please get involved online and in person. If you can go down to that March that would be absolutely incredible. Elizabeth Elizabeth. Could you tell us a little bit about the Union of British Columbian Indian chiefs. All right. So Oh the UB CIC is an NGO that fights for human rights and to save the Earth. So I just started. They're very recently gently. I was an internship for the summer and they hired me full time in September. Thanks yeah thank you so we have many different files like health education. Water So you'll see us on the frontlines fighting Trans Mountain and coastal gasoline. And Yeah. I'm I'm very grateful for the opportunity to work there. But one of the best Parts of my job is that I help in chair pair. The coalition meetings so the coalition in a nutshell is different organizations around British Columbia. Mostly the lower mainland that get together Atta table and we want to end violence against women and stop the indigenous women or all women from going missing and being murdered. How can we help? How can we get on board and help you? Do you need funding. Do you need application. What can we do to help? I mean you can never have enough money for things like that right. Never have enough money to donate their different causes. You obviously know like if you WanNa find find the frontline workers that are protecting the earth because when we protect the Earth we protect ourselves right and are women so you can. You can donate to those. This causes like tiny house. Warriors Unit stowed in camp and for the coalition. I would say the Feb fourteen march would be a good one What else Carol? Some megaphone cool visited the women's center. Yesterday she's been in the news a a bit lately and she's I saw yesterday. It said Oh is the first time Meghan markle has stepped out literally left the House and this is where she when she went to your local women's center so she's brought some light and some awareness to it. What we're saying is it's kind of a big deal not that it needs to being endorsed by Roy actress but it has been and so it means is in the media? Give it a google. You'll be able to see this is local to you guys in Vancouver on. QVC You guys can absolutely get involved but around the world. We understand through colonization some massive has been wrought on indigenous. The people and those people live in the socio-economic margins because of that is not that long ago and the effects are the real now. Sometimes it's very difficult for white people to acknowledge it because what it means is we might be asked to give up or share some of the advantages that we have from it. Some white people get very defensive. I didn't do it. I wasn't born yet. It's like no but you are living off the ill-gotten gains and there's something you can do. You don't have to be personally responsible to do something about making the world's fair and more just place even if that sometimes is to your own cost and so so I think people are very frightened of white privilege. They like have provisions privileges. Great things have prejudice is awesome. Who doesn't want privilege? The question is what are you doing with that privilege permits. Steamroller lift things. That can move things. The question is. Are you only moving things for people like view and yourself or are you moving things out of the way using privilege to move things out of the way for people who have not got that steamroller. That's the question on that note. I would say we don't just want your money. We want your presence. We want your voice. We want your beauty to be on the streets with us when we're marching rallying for those causes. There's nothing more feminist Ben Couva under surrounds. This Amnesty International era have got a presence out the front. They're fighting for these human rights. So please please please find a way to get involved. This feminism that matters. This is feminism. That's it's local to you and this is feminism way. You can actually be excited to usual privilege for something wonderful. Is there anything else that you came to tell us that you have not told us. Well I was thinking if I wore this out here here I was thinking I'm an older person now but I thought I felt like you know that smuts the cat the me and if I were then you'd have to shoot something at me and then I have to come out with a with with something but as soon as I walked out I took it off and I thought everything just left my head. I wouldn't be able to respond to you. It's a beautiful headpiece. An please feel free to wear it. It's lovely.
"addington" Discussed on KTOK
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"addington" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"But in practice, the Bush forty-three legal team, and he had worked with Dick Cheney when Cheney was a congressman in the eighties in was on the special committee that investigated the Iran contra affair, and while that committee, including Republicans on that committee in the majority condemned the Reagan administration and said this went too far, and this was a violation of the law, and the spirit of the constitution and so forth. There was a minority view in that era of Reagan defenders chief among them Representative Cheney who thought the real scandal wasn't congress had passed this bull amendment in the first place in the minority report. They wrote is an Earl. Early sign of where you can see some of these theories starting to emerge that the president is beyond the reach of congress when it comes to things like what he chooses to do in foreign policy the vital importance of keeping the Nicaraguan democratic resistance alive until congress could reverse it self and repeal the Boland amendment. The fact that for the president and most of his key advisors. These events did not loom as large at the time the occurred as they do now congressional vacillation uncertainty about our policies and Central America. And finally, a congressional track record of leaks of sensitive information sufficient to worry, even the most apologetic advocate, an expansive role for the congress and foreign policy making David Addington was a staffer on that committee working for Dick Cheney comes back with him into power after the two thousand election and uses that position to take these things that were just the academic musings of the minority views report in the Iran contra committee. Put them into practice, essentially and out of those notions of presidency, that's beyond the reach of congress to regulate come things like the torture program like the warrantless wiretapping program and not just the notion that these steps were necessary as a matter of policy to deal with the threat that became apparent on nine eleven, but how they chose to put those policies into place, which is to say in secret without going to congress to ask them to change the law to make torture legal to make warrantless wiretapping legal. But to say, the president is commander in chief and head of the unitary executive is not bound by laws that prohibit things like that. And he can secretly ignore them. You mentioned earlier, John you the deputy assistant attorney general he wrote several of the most important legal opinions on the use of so-called enhanced interrogation, techniques, or torture, you and Addington. In were both questioned about the Bush administration's legal justification for torture in front of the House Judiciary subcommittee in two thousand eight. And this is how Addington defined his view of the unitary executive..
"addington" Discussed on Skullduggery
"The unitary executive and that kind of maximalist position on executive thority is believe it or not fairly mainstream conservative legal philosophy. And so I think there's a lot of that in existing Elsie opinions. But I wanted to ask you you talked about executive power. Power. Maybe not really being an ideology, but it really is a core philosophy. If not an ideology, it may not have the same kind of geopolitical implications that say the Neo conservative ideology has. But this is something that, you know, as the movie shows Cheney believed in to his core from his earliest days in the government because of the Watergate and the at Phnom backlash the against the imperial presidency. I mean, isn't that really an ideology it's funny with obviously filmmaking so different than journalism. So different than what you guys do. A lot of ways goes without saying. So that thing that we got into was just kind of father figures psychology. And if you look throughout the movie, there's Trump's gently a feeling of Cheney becoming a father figure of Lynn, having a father wasn't the best father, and that really harmonizes that strong imperial presidency kind of via and you actually see dick and Lynne in the movie early on gushing about. Mic finn. And then when he's resigned after water Dade feeling like, I think she at one point we even had her stay in the movie, that's our nation's father, maybe like cut up, but there's a whole kind of thing that we were running through the movie about the father, which fits perfectly with the unitary strong interpretation of unitary executive theory can ask you question was this always mainstream is always like the federalist society was this. A we the mainstream thing. I think it evolved on years, and I should point out that Bill bar far more than Cavanaugh. I think is a real hard liner on this stuff. In fact, he an -ticipant it's David Addington in many ways, his very strong views about executive power and authority were laid out when he was chief of the office of legal counsel back during the first Bush administration, in fact, part in in I think it was nineteen eighty nine maybe even earlier than that when he was head of the office of legal counsel. He wrote what was then the infamous snatch authority opinion, which is a coffin. I both covered which basically said that the US government could violate another country sovereignty to snatch an extradite or just basically kidnap someone who they were wanted to arrest and put on trial, and he also argued that the the the, you know, it's it's good invade another country or. Involved in military action in that case. It was the Persian Gulf war without seeking congressional approval. Which is sort of the position John you adopted in the very early days after eleven, but amazing, I didn't know he link that strongly to it. I knew it was a strong adherent. But I know that and he was much and he wanted the pollution, and he was advising and talking to Addington and all those characters during the early days of George W you gotta make us consultants on your next, by the way about it a bunch of crazy moments like that on this movie where we made the movie, and then we'd be shooting it or editing it and at one point John Bolton we're talking about how we should cut him out..
"addington" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Answer a lot of questions. Also at Stephanie's dish on Twitter at Steph March on Twitter were also on Instagram at Stephanie March and at Stephanie's dish. And then of course, we have the weekly dish Facebook page where you're always welcome to chime in someone asked me the other day. They were like I feel like you're my personal concierge kind of. Well, that's we try try to you know, we do have lives and so sometimes getting the way five one four one one zero seven one. Okay. Here's a question that came up on. I think Facebook messenger says hi Stephanie's. I love the show. I love listening when I'm out running my Saturday. Yeah. So Jack is probably running errands right now, she says I'll be co hosting a bridal shower in January from niece, we'd like to serve soups salads and breads, and I would like to find a great catering place for the soup. My quick Google. Search led me to Addington squall skis Pinera and Casey's deli and catering Saint Paul any other places or recommendations Eddington's even still open. I feel like they're not there's no Eddington's left. I don't know about that. Yeah. At intends used to be a very popular soup trainers. We went downtown in my building. And it was not great. But Cosby's is going to be a quality product. I think I don't happen to love Pinera at all. Here's women tell you if you want really good soup, and you want to talk to someone who makes a bunch of soup and who knows everything about soup. It's Pam from birdsong soups that you wanna talk to you. Do you love birdsong? She's been tweeting soup season has started. So she started her he has a soup CSI. And so this is where you buy you order, you basically put in an order for soups or you pay at a time. And then you get accident of soups over the year, and you can pick up soups. You can do what I love about her stuff is it's mostly vegetarian. And so then you can add in your own meat. If you wanna pull do pulled, pork and put it into a Mexican soup. You can do that you're signing Vasu. Yeah. And so you have it a little bit different. But she's got great soups, birdsong soups us on Facebook. That's how you have to find her. Okay. Also, I will say just that. I know the folks at Dick's make a lot of great soups. They have a whole soup every month. They have a whole list of two soups a day. And I know that they would hook you up for catering in that regard to and they use rustica, Brad. So you'd have the good breads. Yeah. Okay. Let's see. What else we have for a question here? Here's a question. I am craving cider. But I wanna use it for drink. What would you put in cider? Thanks mary. Bourbon. Would you put bourbon? Oh god. Yeah. Goes insider people that's it. We're done. No, stop it..
"addington" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Made. A mistake okay And then. You've got Rudy, out there the stories changing it's a little bit tough to. Take Well they don't know if you heard what Rudy said to he's starting. To hear bad. Things about Paul Manafort it's really weird Anyway go ahead Rudy. Rudy says Trump's down matico Cohen he's just disappointed okay go ahead Go ahead well first. Of all the. President. Feels disappointed I think, the anger is over We've we've assured. Him in a very strange way this is a very good development for us because we do have all these tapes of these tapes are completely demonstrates the president did nothing wrong Cohen is, on record over and over again stating his position. To be harsher to contradict that, now Addington. So many despicable things. His credibility he's not an issue Yeah, I mean I think. A. Lot, of, people, were not trusting, Michael Cohen and knew that he was going to say whatever when it was. Totally, clear that he was not, going to protect the president so now he's just trying to get some sort of okay so we'll let it play out right we'll know in the end what the real deal is but there's more. Tapes yeah well Rudy I like I said this. Guy is showing up on every single talk show in America right now yeah everywhere right now going out getting out in front of anything he possibly care and he was on face the, nation as well about these tapes which seemed to. Be worse for Michael Cohen than, for Trump. According to Rudy Giuliani Might be true yesterday one hundred eighty.
"addington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Rain we have this spring and summer has made for wet and wild conditions for some creatures codes or having a good year had just a really banner year this year in terms of breathing conditions him though is manager of nature programs at the saint charles park district are prompted to breed by warm moist nights and we had a lot of those they're also not terribly fussy about where they do their breeding a couple of examples the males get into such a frenzy that though several of them will jump on a single female and end up drowning her which was actually counterproductive one woman was telling me she saw towed grasping onto a leaf yeah he he was brown it was bumpy it was in the water he jumped on it auto says there may be a lot of toads around now but things will level off steve miller newsradio on one zero five point nine fm evanston police chief is retiring and now this search to replace him begins in earnest police chief richard addington we'll stay on board until a replacement is found it has been leander of my career to serve with the men and women in evanston career that began in nineteen seventy four and included time with the evanston roselle and mount prospect police departments in one thousand nine hundred one addington recalls being shot in an exchange of gunfire with a bank robber in the rear view mirror it's better than when you're doing it live i'm happy and fortunate to live to tell the story in his time as chief in evanston he says he's had good people who've helped the crime rate go down significantly in what he calls part one crimes major offenses like murder burglary and assault michelle theory.
"addington" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Also send reason i thought she said john mccain john mccain when he was challenged as well he said that you know you know candidate trump you're you you know their military commanders say they will not do this they will refuse these orders all the believe me they'll do what i say yeah right well i mean in in fairness and we can we can have someone is about to invoke like jordan peterson or something because they didn't that like a whole thing of his the weather or not you could actually be a guard at like a nazi prison camp this is one of his tests i wasn't i was hoping to wait to peterson sorry no no that was a short we will wait make that transition but lie but actually speech generally speaking the military they've been working off the army field manual which is now i think more or less the letter of the law here it was the guy that came in it was the dark site people who came in with the blessing of dick cheney with a policy of from john you and david addington and all these legal clowns some of whom some people claim to to have a little strain of libertarianism with them which is mind boggling but no the cia people who came in and did the torturing and then the did lying to bush and cheney in cheney was predisposed to believe the lies anyways but it was the dark people it wasn't it wasn't necessarily the army right so the it's the geneva conventions are important kind of moraleboosting thing and again mccain's been good on this since the time that he came back from as a prisoner of war no.
"addington" Discussed on Freedom 970
"The the important moment of the peaceful transfer of power by attending president trump's inauguration and he did so he was glad to do so i want to move on leading teams can i sent you a picture one of the pages number one you know what i was flying back from washington from new york city on monday night my flight left which was supposed to leave at nine twenty five left to add two o'clock in the morning got into austin at five o'clock in the bookstore at the airport was opening up and i did something i didn't want to do that is about james comey's book and i'm like you i'm reading it and i am astonished of his take number one hit he is his clashes with dave addington and the cheney and the cheney staff isis scooter libby lied multiple times and it's it's you know it's outrageous it he'd be pardoned he does not think he says the thing about president bush it's good to have a sense of humor but there was always seems to be you know a victim with president bush's sense of humor there's always seems to be somebody else paying the price unlike president obama let's let's let's start with that one i think it's just the opposite of the example that he uses is not is i mean the president is seen as it has snowstorm at the white house the choppers coming in and blowing snow everywhere and somehow or another komi seems to take from that walmart one moment that the president sense of humor is always at somebody else's expense i've known him since i was twenty two and my my my view is just the opposite the dominant theme of his humor is making fun of himself and for jim komi too i mean i'd like to see that guys degree in psychology 'cause i mean he he he takes one thing and sort of makes a lifelong comment on it boy thank god he's not the field investigator for the fbi everything would be screwed up can we talk about those substantively the other two things you brought up the valerie plame and then the stellar wind because i've got some major problems with both of these in the valerie plame pages in the book he never never never says the essential thing which is that richard armitage leaked valerie plame name to robert novak columnist as the as the.
"addington" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"You gotta go giving located day thinking they don't be mistaken we died of can't colin be crazy cameraman i don't like ice denise desma complicated that might be related you got one if you wanna roll as well leader don't go through okay nice show miss paula patton hey girl hey hey what's going on how are you having me that's what i'm talking about see that's the answer i wrote out for her well said well said okay all the patents checked in the movie is traffic by the way traffic with a k is that a kardashian influenced title that's really funny i hadn't thought of that that bad hey so the movie tackle something that's really happening which is sex trafficking and you're the producer on the film is this something that you've always wanted to touch on i wanted to be a producer on the film because i wanna make movies that people want to see on a friday night and you know when they can like let go of their whole workweek and stop thinking about the bill that they have but also impart a little knowledge and move people because you know i'd like to be moved as well and they leave the theater with their hearts and minds a little more open but hopefully fairly entertain than we've done our job and i when i when this project was brought to me i felt like that this is a project i could do that with omar epps he's in the movies well yes he is great in the movie too because you know people need this because he's it's different kind of man you're going to see he's very masculine as omar is sexy but he's also so gentle and and vulnerable and kind it's it's lovely role when it comes to music you know it's good to hear that you're like the the hottest ghost writer in the game right now i don't know about that but i definitely does some goes writing in my bad go straight up if you don't see max addington on it then.
"addington" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And the obamas perspective because you know mostly from president trump been very critical of his predecessors is that going to be awkward but you know what it's like to be with people have power yeah well look i i can't speak for president obama but i you know i don't president bush is above that i mean you know sure donald trump you know president bush knew about nine eleven in advance and didn't do anything about it and bush lied about debbie md and iraq and bush should have been impeached i appreciate the job that nancy pelosi is doing the speaker but she accepts she hasn't done enough to impeach george w bush i mean you know that's trump and i don't think president bush is gives that any concern people around him like me might be a little miffed about that but but president bush's above and beyond that could care less i mean as you know he he thought it was important for the country that it after this last election that all the former presidents honor that the the important moment of the peaceful transfer of power by attending president trump's inauguration and he did so glad to do so i want to move on i'm meeting james comey's balkan i sent you a picture of one of the pages number one you know what i was flying back from washington from new york city on monday night my flight left which was supposed to leave at nine twenty five left at two o'clock in the morning got into austin at five o'clock in the bookstore at the airport was opening up and i did something i didn't wanna do and that is i bought james comey's book and i'm like you i'm reading it and i am astonished his take number one hit he is his clashes with dave addington and chaney chaney's staff isis scooter libby lied multiple times and it's it's you know it's outrageous it he'd be pardoned he does not think he says the thing about president bush it's good to have a sense of humor but there was always seems to be you know a victim with president bush's sense of humor there's always seems to be somebody else paying the price unlike prisoner let's let's let's start with that one i think it's just.
"addington" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Join speaking of friends this guy is a friend of the show he's in the big wild hall of fame and f i say he is he is and he is a good man in a and a great bother in and the best at what he does frank addington junior the aspirin buster how you doing frank cloudy good morning how are you got great hey let's start uh for someone who may not have ever heard you heard of eu before i can't believe that be true but as maybe they are uh instinctive archery what is at what what is your speciality well you know instinctive shooting is basically the style shooting that used to be prevalent the foresight and scopes than all that were attached the it basically you draw the boeing look at what you wanna hit me let the arefi that's how a lot of people use the shoot in the early days of our tree in the native americans and stuff like that but over the years people developed ways of citing the naming than those got more uh i guess technical you know there's the the ability to turn them and adjust them i still shoot a very simple bile which is instinctive i look at what don't want to hit a draw the boeing i let fly now the way we've proved that is in 1994 i started during my shows behind the back though the entire 30minute presentation is done with the beau held behind the back and things are shut out of the air and all that and we you know we go large and work our way down to the smallest thing i do nowadays is mustered seat them we use the bible verse matthew seventeen twenty faith with the grain of mustard when we do that uh that he saw it boneh razzledazzle with what is now i want to tell you folks this is a busy guy and we're gonna talk about his appearances is new shows and you've got to see it but we had to catch up with in the airports of your little background noise a he's actually in the airport any such a good grand he was willing to adopt his and speaking of which we get the airport here a year shooting an aspirin and then they mustard seed with an arrow and you set a record and.
"addington" Discussed on X96
"In the blue coat and i in a red floppy hat from paddington station padding who who was found in paddington station in the uk god grew up in peru uh a peruvian bear yes uh adopted by he human fan adopted by human family as you do and in this case the un family the father's byebye hugh bonneville the mother sally hawkins okay on they have the kids and there and the grandmother play by julie walters wallet molly weasley gas uh great cast uh paddington has assimilated into the community he's he's a he's a friend to nearly everyone in the in the in the neighborhood where they live in london except for the crotchety old neighborhood warden played by two peterka paldi uh who who was in the first movie and we've crotchety then to yeah uh and um and is trying to do an end and lives an entire life based on how he can be nice to other people and which is just a lovely thing and totally unreal is something we should all emulate in our allies so he's he's trying so it that the story starts out he's trying to get a gift for his arm lucy back in peru had in common is having says el his yes in here's answers abare yes backward peru and member of iraq uh and so uh so he finds that uh his his antics dealer friend play bedroom jim broadbent finds this rare a pop up book of london landmarks and he's the end and end of paddington is going to work and raise worked raise money to buy this book and the and the there's very funny seeds of him trying to work with great um but the but the uh the buckets burgled by a a bad guy but paddington tech gets the gets caught and gets framed and so had all and paddy can winds up going to prison addington in prison yes oh uh at mean meanwhile the least truly new and ugly story were ablaze there is something else completely yes uh and and that and that in itself is a whole thing it's great mary uh but the but wild while they're trying to prove the family the.
"addington" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Of these contracts are really no good them this was this came out in the senate committee report in two thousand nevin and that you end up paying black with cost more than should have done of the time for service which was not good let's reconsider the that in itself is not necessarily bad thing it depends on the tone and with the tone is then taken they get the flee by investors for the future to do international and this is look at the labour party conference look at the number of business people attending labour party conference so you know this is a credible government and waiting perhaps and take fright of wh what's being said i i mean i i very much doubt that i think that's international investors would at the time make a deal with the government on a government by goma bases the been doing this for a long time and they know that the labor government it's in the past where one of the biggest uses of this i don't think that but but it makes good headlines and we should wish swing back to launch a mattis perhaps your price rise it's been a two year high overnight largely in part from what will nama only but perhaps in part because of what we're hearing about earlier in the program the kurdish independence referendum because kurdistan exports all its iraqi kurdistan export all that soil out through a turkish popping up on the run through turkey and the ticks sit that might turn the death off so absolutely right and and i think the again let's not forget that there has been strengthening common emerged mugs particularly in china and this has been had the positive effect more even before this this is adding addington instability in the middle east it's clear that the kurds want to states it's clear the turks do not want to help them and it's clear that iraq will have to begin to fragment all these are not good thinker about second is by chief executive of him he's miss a manager now there are big changes going on in the world of advertising it's all or seems all is going on a particularly to mobile.
"addington" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Lab at addington hospital jefferson health we designed it who appeal curve man in their transition from being a man to being a father we have thumb educational material but a lot of it is the guy sharing their story there burien for what they're learning about being a data as they try it out and comparing no help could have arrive at the way they want to be a dad he says the dad lab program started this year and classes are free lead adkins kyw news radio and now the kyw business report here's illicit porenta bloomberg business the drone industry is expanding not only are more companies making the actual flying devices but a crop of startups is focused on providing the services that drones can offer that have accompanied citing look i'm going to go higher pilot undergo figure out the regular asian aviation current at the figure out which wanted grown doctored by simply turned off our expertise in doing no active operation enduring dubois brand inventories declared is the cofounder of measure a business that provides drones certified pilots and data imagery and analysis to customers competitors include shen hawk and bird'seye video sinned part one of them regulations amid put out by the faa we have seen a great deal of interest from customers and another pretender customers on how they could flying and alex are collecting the data measure and its rivals cater to an array of sectors including energy disaster relief architecture construction and communications i'm lisa parretti bloomberg business for kyw news radio business.
"addington" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"At addington hospital jefferson health admits that facing fatherhood can be frightening there many any program ramam and very little for dad and grandad for naturally feel excluded around the birth and then the nursing and has may not know how to connect as well obeyed and it's really critical hundred research shows that kid developed better and have long term better outcome when dad or more engage he says the free programme offers some educational material along with the important stories from dad's new and perspective fathers lynn adkins kyw newsradio a healthcare bringing us traffic and transit on the tubes thank you had we begin once again with route three forty seven heading back from the shore three 47 closed in both directions between 47 in cape may county and five fifty in cumberland county and that's because of an accident near hands mill road and maurice river cumberland county traffic being forced onto forty seven forty seven north is jammed from route five fifty in cumberland on up to route three where three fortyseven north emerges back into forty seven north garden state parkway northbound about a three and a half four mile delay heading into the westbound atlantic city expressway east on the schuylkill jammed traffic to to the past gulf mills accident off to the side than delays from four seventy six the beaumont is the city to the vine westbound delays from university to south and then from city avenue out to konchellah hawkin next update in less than ten minutes from the trumark financial credit union twenty four hour traffic center turn to trumark financial for all your banking needs i'm troy morris hooper urgent care staffed with emergency medicine physicians and open every day this summer learn more at cooper health data.