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"aflac" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Why titus burgess love lance bass and more will righty has learned wolf wolf wolf. This is like first of all my worst nightmare because not only are we not getting like a stable figure. We had hoped we're also getting like some of the thirstiest celebrities like love his work. But lens bands lance bass is like a grownup frankie. 'grande at it's just like thirst. Oozing out and this is a particularly thirsty move. They couldn't even get like eight listeners. Know taste burgess. I'm alive is a great choice. I know but the bigger the star. That's in this mix. It's like so why isn't it. Just this person. Yeah honestly no fucking sense. Hate this idea to the celebs will serve as rotating through the summer season which just went into production in mexico mexico this week which is overseeing fact so i think there will be other people to joining. I am not here for this. I think that a of people are overly or maybe people just like. Try to be positive about news that they can relate camera late. I'm not here for this. We want we want you to make a choice. Not only up like what is. This jeopardy jeopardy gets ails. Shire's yeah of titus purchase. Like i'm a big fan of his work he is not a-list not on that list is maybe david spade. No no no take it back. None of them. So i just don't understand. Why not only are we getting a rotation of people a rotation of sorry people with a little. Bit of a background i agree. I don't think it bodes. Well i'm still going to be watching. Because i think bachelorette parties is a very good. Show me too but i'm not pleased. No me neither. And i'm actually really surprised because you would. You would think that the franchise would be doing all that it could to salvage salvage the ratings there so down reported on that earlier this week the ratings are down. There are so many scandals in the press. Like you think they'd be doing all that they can like they would just pay like fucking you know. Kim kardashian to breathe some life into the trusted them doing that. The of the people who are willing to do it they think they got all these big names to host bat germ holidays. Honestly like the bachelor franchise is like a fixture in american culture like they could get way bigger celebrities if they wanted to like. I don't feel like this is on par and the celebrities. Who watch the bachelor charlotte sarah picture with a billboard of peter webber like so excited for the new season like mitt. She dated tyler like so many celebrities literature de how to how to end cake. Yeah this is what we get. I think it's good enough now. It's not almost like self sabotage. Yeah i agree. It's a really terrible idea. Agreed sorry ran on your this. Okay next story such crazy new romance news konya watson. Irena returned to the us together after romantic french french trip. Okay so we shared the rumors that they were dating..
How long will the COVID-19 vaccine work?
"I see you have studied about the likelihood of covert reinfection. Had something that really is not a lot of people's minds. How long does the vaccine work? There's some reports this week that it only is good for three or four months. What say you? Well, this is something we need to study. And we don't know the exact answer of what you just mentioned. How long the vaccines gonna be effective. Whether we're gonna need boosters or not. Which of the various vaccines made by various different mechanisms will be the most effective with the longest oration. All of these don't get upset. Don't get upset because we don't know the answers to these questions yet because this is a new disease, and it's being studied the people who were in the original Studies toe actually verify that the Mo Derna and the Fizer study the originally approved vaccines were safe and effective. They're still being studied the people in the jobs and Johnson they, too, are being studied. So we're learning how long the effectiveness of these vaccines will be. Hopefully, there'll be a long, long time. But if we need a booster heck, here's my arm. I'm ready. But we just don't know the answer. What I think you were referring to is if you have the disease, Um and you get ill. What's your likelihood of getting it again? And it seems like when you're younger, the re infection rate is low. But if you're elderly, you know we're talking about 70 year higher you're at increased risk, and you just have to take all that much more protection. Was in this disease, everything else everything happens to the elderly. Worse. So now we learned this week. Your risk of getting reinfected. Not only is higher as is your risk of getting severe covert 19 because that is what it's all about. It's preventing the severe form. Wanted kills one to get you into the hospital. And if I may let me just add if you haven't heard already. Whatever the vaccine, all three that have been approved in America all prevent Getting into the hospital and they prevent death. And so forget all the other numbers and ratios. He here because that is what is so important. That's the key ingredient. All this is Preventing hospitalization and death and all three vaccines do And please think really carefully about getting vaccine. The only person who I think should think a little more more about it is the one who's had any Beneful Actiq reaction in the past. And if you had an awful access in the past, just have a friendly visit with your allergist that you can do this scene and by Bye Bye bye, Telehealth. You don't even need to go in making appointment. Ah, consultation and just discuss it with the allergist to see if there's any pre medication that you might need. They're the real experts in this and they can get you ready for this. But the and AFLAC quick reaction for the vaccines has been lower than Most other vaccines, and the safety profile looks remarkably good. All right, So there's of something that really is information that you on a little bit here. Here is
Pet food recall expanded after more than 70 dogs die
"The following products made by mid western pet foods have been recalled due to contamination by toxin from mold. The specific products are called sport. Mix pro pack originals splash sports trail and none better n. u. n. n. Dry dog food and cat foods. This affects products made with corn that expire on or before july. Ninth twenty. twenty two. The problem is that they may have aflatoxin in them which sounds like a type of insurance from aflac like i mentioned aflatoxin. Actually comes from a mold called aspergillus flaps which can be found on corn grains are used to make the food if your pet ingest enough of this it can cause general sickness and or death but the thing that's almost carriers that it can cause liver damage without your pet showing any symptoms if they do show symptoms wants to look for our sluggishness loss of appetite vomiting jaundice and diarrhea. It's no joke. Seventy dogs have died so far and eighty have become ill from the products. Strangely note illness yet has been reported in humans or cats. But obviously you don't wanna chance it with your cat and the fda still recommends washing your hands after handling pet food at any time pet food of any kind not just stuff that has athletic toxin in
"aflac" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"But it's not really done in insurance and in your able to put ideas like they claim status tracker any to our experienced for planes. Another example is into the we had issues with people not knowing their driving password so just like an amazon will do. We traded guest checkout and you could actually file claims against and so those are just a few of the things that we're able to do to really move the ball forward in our normal that activists now. You mentioned here with kobe. What do you do different. And i will just tell you that. We've had to look at things very differently. Our agents typically on sell insurance products at the worksite. And so it's a face to face business law and unfortunately there is no worksite. And so we had to help reinvent the whole agent experience and so we looked at things that were done in other industries and we looked at technologies that were out there to incorporate those into the agent experience to make an overture so for example. If you think about everything from sending out a correspondence to tell people about the products we've created a set of digital postcards to be able to do that. Those linked to micro sites where the agent and then share information about their policies and about all the different products. It also has a digital calgary function. Were now they could go in and a schedule a have a relationship call with a benefits counseling. Call the agent and the policyholder to be able to understand that you can click inside that white. Virtually which launched a virtual session like a webex or a teams call and then we'll use code browsing to be able to share that experience the agent and the broker can work together and share screens and do e signatures so that whole process like didn't exist six months ago and with covid we. We've taken the time to be able to reinvent that experience and look at things of it has the Has the each of those are interesting examples and and creative approaches to solving Acute problem that presented itself so quickly. Can i gather from what you're describing that the the through put the the the the roadmap that may have been in place across the months of two thousand twenty as you're planning at the end of last year that you've pulled some things forward And it also sounds like perhaps some of the throughput of those ideas has been enhanced perhaps partially and maybe significantly because of the changes you made to the engine and the ability to release release change much more quickly. Given some of those enhancements for other due to other factors as well is that a fair assumption yes so so we're doubling down digital right and we're being able to our engine helps us go about forty percent faster than we were and by the way we're still fine tuning in. We're gillian to operate faster. But we're forty percent better than we were last year which is significant. I and but what we found is we look at different companies and we saw that there are three different companies out there. They were companies that were kinda retreating to run a code of meeting that you know. How do you optimize to just survive right and be able to just kind of continue with your cost basis. And then we saw companies that were really struggling to maintain keeping the same thing that they were doing. Pre covid postcode and then they're coming at aflac just decided. Hey we need to reinvent and we need to use to the able to double down on digital and some of the things that we were able to do right..
"aflac" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Large Small products that we deliver every two weeks we implement a devops and we put the tooling the techniques around agile to be able to put that agent apply so so our our whole digital transformation was around hitting that any model where we can focus on the customer. We could move fast and we could create a new vehicle to do that and so on undecided. Now that we finally got this thing out on the track and perform well and times faster than we've ever would've imagined i like that that that that analogy is really Is really apt than works quite well. So talk a bit about the role that digital plays within customer experience especially during these times. We're having this conversation in the throes of the pandemic of course and talk a bit about so in dust through the pandemic a lot. More interactions digitally as opposed to in person. Right about how how you thought about that clearly. Some thoughts were were in place in some actions. Were being taken prior to early this year when we saw quarantine in start working from our homes but Talk a little bit about how you thought about that. and how. that's all across the past five or six months. Yes so we had to start with. Our vision is about digital make it easier and so let customers need is at the ceremony what we do so. When we started this process we developed a set of customer feedback percents so we have six personas that we built all of these customers Around so the first is the policy homered person actually consumed rep alcee and the agent that sells our policies along with brokers and then you have employers tech partners and then finally the aflac employees and so we created a series of journey maps around all of these personas and heartless gymnasts were really determine. What were the what we call. Moments of impact where athletes can really create a digital experience to be able to move the needle in those relationships with those for saas so we created a whole mall around that to be able to set up these processes. And i'll have highlight a few things that we're able to do so some of the things that we looked at our claims process and we needed to figure out how we can make it easier to do planes so if you think about it you have to renew your website. You have to reveal your mobile app to make those processes easier. But they need to think about things that are within that skirts so one of the things that we get as we copied from other industries. We use this claim status tracker. That is a simple pizza delivery tracker that we used to tell people where claim is in the process and know. That's a simple idea..
"aflac" Discussed on Damn Good Brands
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"aflac" Discussed on Damn Good Brands
"The COMMS team has initiated. The grid of tactics over eighty pages long. Since early, March when wounds. Of people to wash their hands, right I, it's crazy. fussell's great. Your communications plan coming into the year did not have an emphasis on telling people to wash their hands. Matt something we just take for granted Okay well, you know it's funny Oh often heard the saying never waste a crisis with regards to people who advocate for. Business or digital transformation. You've mentioned crisis a couple of times in this prolonged crisis that were enduring you also posted an article in Lincoln recently, a wonderful title that was crisis reveals character. So obviously, this has been a tremendous experience moment opportunity for AFLAC to reveal your true character brand culture cetera. Monitoring if you could share maybe just some from the article or just some of your additional thoughts on how athletic has really been a leader in that regard. The most wonderful. Wonderful thing. They looked at the crisis, a leadership team yet in a holistic way. This pandemic affects people's physical health air emotional health in their financial. So we looked at all of our audiences so we have thirty thousand. Weisensee sales agents that are ten, ninety, nine tax status in the US they are licensed. So our product in an environment cases are competitor's. Commission only. Ten Ninety nine's which means if they're not selling their earnings, so not only did we want to come have them come through this whole because we will get through this and we will be better for it. We wanted to get them the financial tools they needed to be able to do that as well as a technology to be able to continue to sell sexually in remotely. So instead of just sending them the information that was coming up from the US government up here, the ones rance you apply for we actually set of our own note interest loan program. Or Our ten, ninety, nine independent sales agents. Again to help you hold through this process and have continued to sell. We actually created virtual tools that that had not been available to them before we very quickly. Our employees same. I ninety eight percents remote work in two and a half weeks. That was a great investment in technology in I. Keep talking about dollars for very important reason. One of the reasons AFLAC was able to respond..
"aflac" Discussed on Damn Good Brands
"Welcome back to damn good brands. Catherine blades the P. Chief ES G and Communications Officer of athletic a company she's been with for over six years. Catherine is a PR News Hall of Famer Forbes's inaugural inductee into the women in Communications Hall of fame, a two-time con lion winner, a two, thousand, seventeen inductee into the PR. We call them as well as the first. American. To win the relations for the future metal at Davos Catherine has also been named to the Latino. Leaders Latina one hundred is named as a children's miracle worker change maker the inaugural pr week most purposeful co atop twenty-five power woman by New York Moves, magazine four-time top women in PR winner. was named to the Forbes Communications Council as a contributing writer and serves as a member of the fortune most powerful women community. We get into a lot about Catherine's perspective on purpose driven companies what an ES g communications strategy entails and incredible recent incarnation of the AFLAC duck that brought hope and care to victims of childhood cancer through innovation, all of this and so much more on today's episode of Damn Good Brands here is Libby Taylor CEO Paul Dyer conversation with Affleck's CEO. Catherine Blades. Welcome to Catherine Blades from AFLAC we're going to be having a conversation here today about the state of communications and your insights advice for people around the yard communications industry. Let's start with. You know here we are. It's now almost September. The State of Communications is obviously been up ended by certainly by the pandemic, the quarantine covid plus social justice and all these things happening. But you know covid nineteen is clearly sort of the thing. That I think has been the most pervasive topic throughout the last better part of the year. So when you think about how that has impacted your communication strategy, what is it that you think has been sort of the biggest impact how you've had to pivot your plans. It's a fascinating time and such a fascinating question. We could go in a number of different directions but I think it all crises communications really takes the center stage. I think what makes this particular situation you need is the protracted timeframe.
U.S. plans massive coronavirus vaccine testing effort to meet year-end deadline
"Tastes have been on the hunt for something that could shut this virus down and give us our lives back. A vaccine. A few months ago, there was a lot of excitement. As the very first clinical trials for the coronavirus began, it was in time. The search for coronavirus vaccine has become one of the fastest moving in history. That scenes usually take years not months to produce. This is happening warp speed. Never before hundreds of scientists are over the world and focused on the same thing at the same time creating a vaccine for covid nineteen. And more and more vaccine candidates are entering the fray. Were at the point, where around a dozen clinical trials are on the go. Hundreds of people volunteered for jab in the arm to test old kinds of different vaccines. As part of this scientists are taking some be gambles. The vaccine were looking at is incredibly modern type vaccine. It's not the traditional way building a vaccine, so we're going as fast as humanly possible. Many of them are not traditionally vaccine companies. They are using novel ideas from oncology things. They've learned treating cancer. It's never been used in a vaccine before. And if one of these gambles payoff, it could be huge, we could get a vaccine soon. The US government says that the goal is to get a vaccine to Americans by January twenty twenty one. They're calling this nation warp speed. And if it could be done, this would be unprecedented. So could we really be celebrating twenty one with Champagne and shot in the arm to fight the coronavirus? And? What would it take to make that happen? That's Today on the show. Because when it comes to getting a vaccine, it feels like this is happening at warp speed, but then there's. Science. Scientist is when on Earth Are we getting? This vaccine is coming up to stop to the break. This episode of science versus is sponsored by Phillips Sonacare the electric toothbrush that combines decades of science and engineering to master the art of brushing with sixty two thousand brushstrokes minute you've got a month's worth of brushing in just two minutes for better checkups, guaranteed or your money back visit Phillips. Dot Com slash sonacare. This episode of science versus is brought to you by AFLAC. That lovable duct does more than just say. AFLAC access a safety net when the unexpected happens by helping with the expenses. That health insurance doesn't cover. Get to know them at half dot com. Welcome back. So back in January. We had from people like Anthony Fauci that we could get a vaccine in twelve to eighteen months. That could mean early next year. And in the land of vaccines, these would be record breaking. It often takes something like ten years for a vaccine to from the lab to the doctor's office. So can we really do it? Get Out of this pandemic by January, before Santa even catches these brands. Well to get them labs. All around the world s around experimenting with different kinds of vaccines. But they all have the same goal to train our immune system to recognize and killed this coronavirus. And to do that, many vaccine developers have homed in on one thing. Progress. And northwestern told us all about it. If you think about the picture that you've seen corona virus like everywhere, and it looks like a ball with little points coming out. Those points the spike. Spike protein you know it, I, know it. It's the most famous spikes in Spike Lee and the most famous protein since. College Eddie right. This spike is so important because it's a major thing that tells our body weight this virus. It doesn't belong here. That actually is what argue system fees most readily. It sees the spike. After our meeting system sees the spike. It lends to recognize quickly. Respond to it by creating things like antibodies to fight it, and then some of those antibodies hang around so that if the virus shows up, then the virus will just be cleared away by our immune system. So that the next time we see that disease, we don't get sick in the first place, so if you making Exane, how do you get your immune system to quickly recognized this spike? Well, one way is that scientists can take rhinovirus and then make less dangerous. Say They Kill the virus most comedy vaccines are made by growing up the virus. And inactivating that virus sometimes with the chemical, sometimes the heat, and then that is then injected. An otherwise scientists can do this version of the virus. That's too weak to make you sick. And this is how we make a lot of vaccines familiar with things like the measles and chickenpox and flu vaccines. It's tried and tested. We know it can work and some companies are going this way to try to make Alka, rhinovirus vaccine. But other groups at. This meat and potatoes vaccine method they using new attack more experimental ways of building vaccine. And these experimental methods getting a ton of attention and funding right now, because governments and big. Pharma hoping they'll deliver the goods pasta. So for they use instead of giving you a whole coronavirus, these vaccines, basically using genetic material from the coronavirus, and then they're plopping that into your body. And scientists have chosen a very particular piece of genetic material spike. It's the recipe for the spike, protein. And this can come in a couple of forms. One is called. Our body will see that as a normal M Arnie and just translate into a pro team. Wow, so this. If this vaccine works, it would encourage your body to make little corona virus proteins. Yes that's that's the idea. Wow, that seems so futuristic. As as is, that's really cool right, so you're getting the body degenerate that protein for you yet, so these spike proteins that your body has made will then be floating around and the idea. Is that your immune system? We'll see it. Make antibodies send Ta. You'll have immunity. And many of the vaccines in this race, delivering this genetic material to us in different ways, so some shopping Marin into a ball of fat, so that your cells will slip up while other groups trying to smuggle in that code using get this a totally different virus one. That weren't hurt you. Is it fantasy that they've taken a different virus? And then they're like like Halloween the dressing at all like the corona virus, yes. Say. So this all sounds a little bunk is mad. The question is will it really work that is. Will these vaccines protectiveness if we get exposed to the coronavirus? Because if they don't. Like on a useless. My boss is to stay if it's just dishwater that you're not gonNA get anywhere. This is Katie Stevenson. She's a doctor working on vaccine development at Harvard and she says that one of the key ways will know if a vaccine is working is if it makes you produce antibodies. And she's looking for not just any antibodies. But neutralizing antibodies, what what is a neutralizing antibodies? So a neutralizing antibody is an antibody that binds to virus and neutralizes it. This is the dream right? Yeah, exactly right inches binds to the virus and prevent it from entering a cell. So the body sees that and just thrown in the garbage to this is what Katie is going to be looking for. In the results of all these clinical trials, and if she doesn't see these neutralizing antibodies, shelby thinking well, that was kind of done. And Katie says I dealing see a lot of these. So! What's a lot? Well you measure milk leases. Okay so I've measure milk. And you can measure antibodies titus. So one study, which looked at people who had been infected with this virus, and then recovered found the antibody. Titus tended to be at least one hundred. And when Katie's colleague vaccinated monkeys with an experimental vaccine, they found that having similar antibody Tom of one hundred protected them from getting infected. So while we're still learning a lot, he all I have been kind of looking for one one hundred. Okay, that's it's nice, poetic, great one hundred yeah! We have a handful of results that companies have released from different clinical trials, but just one paper that's published in a peer review gentle. It was from a Chinese local company who injected more than one hundred people with one of those new fandango vaccines and it was back in March. They tested three different doses. And Katie says they didn't get. This antibody tighter. Like at the highest dose averaged around Bootie for you know I was a little bit disappointed, so a little bit reserved I'm happy that it elicited an immune response because that's not a given. Sometimes, it's just zero zero zero but I would've liked to see something closer to like one hundred another company. Medina injected forty five people back in March with the vaccine, and they said that eight people had good levels of neutralizing antibodies. But they didn't tell us about the opposite in the trial. When we asked dinner about this, we didn't hear back to Katie is holding out for more info. Yeah, I just wanted to see the rest because it is immune. A- promising I'd put promising right on there. But I do not know which one of these is GonNa work if any, and that that is the actual fact truth so I try not to stray from that, and there are other FAC truths to nail down him. Even if these vaccines do make you produce produces, antibodies will still have to make absolutely short that you'll protected from the corona virus. If you do get exposed, and then if you protected, we'll have to work out how long four so you might need. More than one shot of the vaccine say a booster shot in a or so.
"aflac" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The time with aflac and I'm in the bottom of his chin there's yeah I got it all wrong but he went with it so it's pretty good got your credit video but I have seen the video of him with the one block on and this graphic it does but the envelopes I retweeted if you want to go check out he is just moronic that also wondering now when I see the cashier published with the gloves on as she's taken the groceries and putting him in the bag and she doesn't change the gloves after the previous guy or the guy after me it's like you know you know yes thank you for calling WW three different jobs for that reason I've been using self checkout was going to say the whole for that reason I pressed against his account of after each time okay go ahead but I keep finding myself so purchasing alcohol which requires of course and I teach at and every time the woman comes over to check my ID she takes it from me now she's wearing gloves with the same situation she's been touching product that other people have been touching touching other people's ideas mmhm yes the whole battle fallacies just wrong just forget about it just quit just like you saw Hillsborough County they said I don't have to wear masks after all right you curfew three days later they're like I don't know if you I don't know minority problem at all I know the minority in on this I just let her community take over and be done with this and that we can let nature take its course yeah but it's a but I I every time I say that people say I don't care about grandma grandpa mom and dad and brothers ever just herd immunity well if you don't if you're in a more compromises in my god or compromised demographic then you take extra precautions but otherwise my question is this is that everybody's looking for the vaccine to be the god smack of it all to be like okay this is going to be everybody well there's a lot of people in the news in the media they're saying like oh two we have a vaccine we can't have football games we can have concerts anymore we can't so everybody's way all your governor Newsom account in California and a lot of these other governors until there's a vaccine we can't so we're waiting around for this vaccine which everybody has been saying it's gonna take twelve to eighteen months and you know the hunter Colle R. klar queen and all this other stuff there has to be one thing that does affect effect near let me get the words out eventually fix all this but everybody's looking for the vaccine to be the god yeah end all be all of it all and I got to tell you the only time I ever got the flu with that year I got the flu shot and I got it twice that year I did that was like it was not supposed to be a live vaccine but I don't think that's the end all be I think the end all be all if you contract it you develop antibodies and become immune to it and then you don't get it tell us staying inside isn't really conducive to that occurring no it's not and I and I think part of it too is that we only know about the case of people who've had it or been tested for it I guarantee if you take the actual number of people who've been exposed to it or have had it it's probably four or five times that number they just haven't been tested yet absolutely of course yeah so I mean if you look there was one study I was looking at someone brought this up is a very good point if you want to go to scientific data in the way this goes through everything just take a cruise ship that had the seven hundred people on it who wind up having cake contracted the virus right princess Diana princess Diana prince right well that's a perfect study of three thousand people have a people got actually got how many people actually died how he recovered there's a scientific data right there yeah so take that role with that and use that as the compass take take get the herd immunity going to tell you what the U. S. S. Theodore Roosevelt enables at once perfect the one that wasn't supposed to get any sort of covered patients at all oops I mean the ship that was out at sea okay I treatments yeah the perfect it's the perfect isolated study by the way you were talking about the diamond princess I think seven hundred and twelve cases thirteen deaths thirteen etcetera so there you go so if you take that you take that number the more time morbidity rate and then you take that as to how many people were actually on the ship right there is your herd immunity at work and there's how you come up with the number so like okay this is truly and that's a good sample size the right talking about because everything with research is based on a sample size we do radio research based on okay this many listeners equals how many people are actually out price also and that's how you base your decisions on yeah that's probably more of an accurate semblance to what can happen versus waiting for a vaccine or if we do this or keep the and honestly if you're really going on the whole shutdown method lets everybody lets you shut down the country for the same amount of period same time in everybody in uniform goes this is always going to be one of those things that are in flux okay Airways there's myself I guess certain times on certain times indeed I cannot wait I never thought I'd say this time I could see your face again this site still the same way you know I was just talking about it yesterday as much as you know we only see each other for a little bit every week it is every week and I'm starting to really miss those people that you know I know a couple hours every weekend I used to say I would love to work from home I I don't I don't know what people get on my nerves I can't stand someone so I never want to see them again I can't wait I never have to look at him I actually missed quite quite a few of those people these days I'm fine of course sure Corey you are the antibody I really just hate everything I'd really I'd yeah I'd rather just keep working from home so long as it works there the niece will die chalked up at about three fifteen three twenty okay thanks Charles he's been on the line Chelsea sorry about ation Chelsea all right fine I hope you've been perfecting your dance moves during this time mmhm working on it working okay were you doing the Carlton or were you doing just whatever dance moves there are the only move I can do so far but we're gonna you know I'll be better by the end of the year got plenty of time it offers a repair wind up liking your dancer now not yet but it's still going on so we'll see what happens we sent a straight tick tock or was that just a on Instagram both on both it got thirty thousand views on that car I'm sure alright then okay well you know in my defense I didn't really realize that my wardrobe choice wasn't necessarily thank you all for I got a few D. 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"aflac" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Doing what we do best which is cooking we can start the check out this guy's right yeah looks like a real nasty moving back in with his parents what no I just broke my leg now there's a full blown move into the basement you're gonna be at work without that money from aflac you might miss your rent I just moved out of Marion Hey I used to have my own place yeah now I live with my mom what is cool hello can change but the life you love doesn't have to keep your lifestyle healthy with black thanks.
"aflac" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I dejame past and that's a great way to take you know journaling writing your dreams down if you can listening to your dreams that's that's a wonderful thing to do too so I I got eaten by a shark last night so well what if you're young again because if you're young and he would say that you're everything in your dream sweet so you know it depends which which practice you're following well I I absolutely adore I think your your view like you're beautiful I mean I'm outside that is standing on the inside as well so I'm thank you for for shedding some light on the things that I I know that I have to change my life with getting more in tune and things I need to get rid of on a more regular basis and just owning it yes owning a because this is an exciting time yeah this is a very exciting time in the Dalai Lama said seven of because I could but he said that the people who are gonna save the planet where the women of the west so I feel like we're very strong tie and I don't mean in that like aggressive like you no way I'm saying like in a loving kind kind informative getting the information out there which is what you guys are doing away and left yes thank you so much thank you we really appreciate it thank you I heart radio is for the record sponsored by aflac is setting the record straight about jingle ball people everywhere think they know all about I heart radio jingle ball but did you know that the first jingle ball was on December fifteenth nineteen ninety five and that concert wasn't a tour like it is today it featured only nine performers with just one stop.
"aflac" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"By aflac is setting the record straight about jingle ball people everywhere think they know all about I heart radio jingle ball but did you know that the first jingle ball was on December fifteenth nineteen ninety five and that concert wasn't a tour like it is today it featured only nine performers with just one stop it's called a whole lot since then this year's jingle ball lineup features a total of twenty six performers traveling to twelve different cities across the door and just like people think they know jingle ball many also think they know aflac but they may not know exactly what they do did you know Affleck can help with out of pocket costs that health insurance doesn't typically cover like your deductibles copays and other medical expenses even if you're traveling across the U. S. to hit multiple stops on the jingle ball tour and you get sick or injured Affleck can help get help with expenses health insurance doesn't cover get to know more at aflac dot com American family life assurance company of Columbus visit Affleck dot com for details continuing their collaboration John Barbados and Nick Jonas easy access and chase over addition a Cologne that is fresh and exhilarating which is designed to reflect their lives in creativity it inspires the feeling of being unplugged to relax three JBS sends a server edition the perfect gift this holiday season shop now for find JV extend J. silver edition at least the fragrance destination insanely helpful real stories from easy cater easy cater this is hello this is hello no need to press buttons how can I help you I'm sorry I was trying to get to a human well you're in luck I'm a human what can.
"aflac" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They had was cold thank you the redhead and of her to do the entire day well we'll leave it there will let the funder with the punch line was for that but it's a great set up and and very good well that love take us in our last half hour give you the numbers that and a great bumper to take us out coming up next to one coast to coast AM this is the end product the starlight lounge for an evening the question use yeah I've got no secrets and no regrets well the letter addressed but the point is I got nothing to hide kind of like the way progressive shows you their competitors rates put it all out excuse me miss this hard belong to you July situations prices vary based on how you buy I heart radio is for the record sponsored by aflac is setting the record straight about jingle ball people everywhere think they know all about I heart radio jingle ball but did you know.
Kilmer Val Kilmer, Robert Pattinson And Warner Brothers discussed on Waddle & Silvy
"That. Couple Warner Brothers has confirmed that Robert Pattinson is the new Batman in the next, Batman franchise robber, Pat, Patterson giving light. Yes. Twilight fame, so you guys like that. I mean. No. I do we just is this, the thing where you just once the Batman franchise ends. You just pick it up with a new Batman and you go from there again readings like they're doing. Not even that it's just okay. We're going to redo the story now. And give you a new Batman. He just doesn't fit the Bruce, Wayne Batman like no stereotype. You know what I mean? Like I wanna see, like what's his name? He just did the no did it. But I'm saying new new guy. He just did. He just did pardon my take with big cat. It was in the van with and we were talking about Sean McVeigh. No, no. I know the I know the good looking guy. Yeah. The good looking guy Stephen Shammy, Steve Shammy. That's steve. Can you name the love can you name the actors joins company? It was about man. Michael keaton. Abed pledges then Aflac was Batman, Bill? Kilmer Val Kilmer was Batman. Yes. And the one. That's pretty much most of the modern ones. Yeah. Christian bale was awesome the night series. No doubt I absolutely love love, but you have to admit even though that was that was that, that three Zaka front. Thank you. Danny Lynch, fine, who Shemi still would be
Batman, Michael Keaton And Adam West discussed on Barsky Radio
"But do you think of patents patent as the new Batman? I saw this. I'm kind of down for it. What is that these economics, right? Yeah. Not your thing. I mean I, I like your right. Not my favorite, Robert Patterson. Who is in these twilight movies. Yes. Apparently, he's going to be the one that's going to be taking over from that. What's his name? Well, Ben Affleck in Africa. Yeah. Ben Affleck was the what happened someone went to bed African said, you just don't want to do this. They wanted a younger guy, I think. No, I think that that's part of it. He they wanted a younger guy and also he just wasn't working for them. You know it wasn't really been afflicted. He did it in two movies. The Justice league. It didn't work the first or second time you're out. They, they wanted to go younger than don't want. See you. Yeah. It really who wants that guy. Anyway. Then Aflac I mean he's a good actor to just, you know, sometimes you don't fit the role, right? And the thing is, if you don't fit the role, then you shouldn't get a second second shot at it didn't work. So then you're out. Let's see who do I like is the best Batman. Michael. Keaton was good. Christian bale was good. My favorite was, obviously, it wasn't the, the movie Batman, but the TV show, Adam. Adam west. Absolutely. I if I had to pick a live action when it's probably Michael Keaton for me. He's, he's my favorite. I like Batman and Batman because he was it wasn't. It wasn't the movie Batman. It wasn't a serious. It was very, very campy, if you watch the TV series Batman from the sixties, it was one of those shows that was made for a kids, but made for Delta's. Well, there were tongue in cheek secret double-entendres there were there were like a jokes or inside things that only would appeal to adults that would go over the kids heads. And let's face it. Adam west was actually pretty funny, even though he didn't mean to be the way he would deliver his lines. He was hilarious. So I don't think they try to capture that in the in the movies and the film. But and there were different directors to who is the Batman that had with a cod piece. So. What was that Clooney's? So it was the first Batman in terms of movies, anyway, was timber, and did two movies with Michael Keaton. Right. And then after that, I think there was a third movie that was with Val Kilmer, instead of Michael Keaton doing, like seven or eight Batman. Yes. And then after that George Clooney. I think two of them, Robin. Batman forever. And neither one of those is very good. Those are the ones that hit the nipples on the bat suit. That's Joel Schumacher. Batman. Yeah. They he succeeded. Was -cluded the gay Batman. Yeah, I think he definitely Clooney's come out and said he played him as a gay character. That's what he was written like to him. Schumacher. That's why that's why. And then and then I mentioned Christian bale. So Robert Pattinson. All right. Well, maybe I guess he'll do good. Yes. Seems like he's been he hasn't done a lot of big movies ever since the twilight one. So most people know him for that, but he's done a lot of good art house movies. Like smaller releases the not a lot of people get to see. And he's, he's a great actor, but he the brooding Batman, another Bruening Batman. So they got the dark
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck Finalize Divorce Three Years After Separation
"News actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer garner are officially divorced following a three year separation. Correspondent Brian shook has more us magazine reports the former couple finalized their divorce Thursday, the two got married in two thousand five after starring in a couple movies together. But announced that they were no longer together in two thousand fifteen Aflac has been in and out of rehab for supposed alcohol abuse recently. Completing a forty day program. Back in August. Garner says the delay in their divorce has been so athlete could work on his sobriety. The actor posted on Instagram Thursday that he has completed a forty day stay at a treatment center for alcohol addiction and remains in
"aflac" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Close to provide extra attraction as one in wide latex gloves. Probably, yeah. You want to wash your hands within. I think once you start doing a proper gynecological. And then you want richer, urologists also, gynecologist? Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, again, you know, but again, I just want to reiterate that usually used a as a metaphor. In this case, it did not involve the anus. It was. Small vibrator must be one of those real tiny ones get completely lost. Sure. Yeah. Yeah, I in an again. I don't know if we, I guess we decided we don't need earthquake insurance. What about vibrator insurance can get pricey. So yeah, fiber insurance isn't a bad idea, ensuring the virus. Insuring your central partner Sherri. The damage from the vibration. Sure. Sorry, quick concern. Right. But I mean, you could go fly in, you know. Because of the earthquake. That's why you lost your grip on the vibrator and therefore that. Oh, sure, sure. Yeah, I think we should try and think about investing in sexual ceiling fan insurance because when you're throwing the close up into the air, they're hitting the ceiling fan. They're shooting off all over everywhere. Right? Who knows what might happen. Yeah, absolutely. Should call up at geiko Aflac Aflac Aflac Aflac handle that. Sure. And they give her named up here as a sponsor. I know provin really good. We don't have sponsors now pure. You do it for the love. Say anything. Anything we want about any company we can accuse gyco of selling vibrator insurance. It doesn't matter. That's actually not an accusation that's that's to you. Yeah, but maybe not to them, you don't think that duck would see it that way Aflac out dairy gyco. Is that Geico. Oh sure. Yeah, you're in the name? Yeah. Maybe one is the guy from law and order. That's the general. I'm so I have a non sexual, but sort of related sort of August. Here at Tripolis stepping outside your comfort zone. So for the last fifteen years, I've been tremendously allergic to raspberries where like if there's a raspberry salad or something, but it's a, it's a, you weren't route allergic. No child was not. And so are you allergic to Bronx cheers? No. I mean, I. Oh, my. Coriander. And so I've known that it had to really watch out for raspberries, and so I'm that person restaurant. And are there any food allergies and like I have to say raspberries because it could be in the dressing being could be someplace. Sure. So went to the allergist and they actually do the skin test for everything else. And like I said, raspberries, scratch with, no, you're not actually allergic to raspberries, and so the turns out there's two kinds of things. There's the histamine response, which is like peanuts member killed people, but there's also food sensitivities and they can kind of come and go like, maybe he's just try it again..
"aflac" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Did you pull an eye muscle now wearing lashes so dug into the. Make up. Was it someone chat saying that Gilbert, Godfrey? Did it audio version of fifty shades of grey? Got the clitoris thing for now. It's pretty great. Wow. What did he do the whole book? I think he did expert. Okay. What what did he get fired for? Again, Aflac Aflac goes after the Japanese. Is that that was the and that was like they and they even cover that. I think in the doc about how like even Disney hiring Gilbert Godfried is one of the most like absurd things to ever think of. If you know who give Garfield is in the stand up comedy world because he is one of the dirtiest and most deranged comics out there. He says, just the most outlandish things that are not Disney friendly and are not part of their brand, but they, they weren't aware of it. So when they hired him like all the comics are like. Are they serious that they're hiring Gilbert's being a talking parrot and a Disney cartoon. But yeah, he and he's kind of road that part of his career. I think all we to the Aflac thing ball still just like his jokes. He making a standard are fantastic John. He wants the best Aflac duck. He was, of course, I didn't understand that mentality though. Like not hiring people to be a voice actor if they've made like crude jokes before to be in child's movie, it's just I totally agree with you. It's that usually companies make very safe bets with who this soci- themselves with. So that later on, if like, you know, I mean, it was like the whole James Gunn thing being fired because it's tweets is that companies will make very rash, if not extreme decisions based off of who their associates with. No matter what you know, despite the context of that person's like the things that they would not associated with selves for they just they don't want to be a part of it. I just hope that nothing from her she's gets picked up by Disney because a lot of us had been a trouble with. That's like the thing would like, yeah. I mean, what they do, they still own meeker. They own maker, don't they Disney? I think they do so. So they have some internet people? Yeah. Yeah. I guess it's a different different brand. But you watch like the game east of the day by like Parker Parker plays games. It's the very like safe. Let's play version of stuff. Yeah. And so, yeah, that's that's obviously what they're looking to buy. I don't think they would. Yeah, I mean they. That's right. Yeah. They the ex Pudi pie last year. That's right. Because you defied did some knows. Yeah. So, yeah, I mean, it exists in the digital space to your right Disney might might be upset with us if they were involved in our side, can't do always open anymore at all, but. Overdraft Gilbert, Godfrey voice. We like Gilbert, Godfrey, did it? Y'all go did it? It wasn't mean Dunkel..
Pence details plan for creation of Space Force in what would be the sixth branch of the military
"Mice President Mike Pence is at the Pentagon. Today to unveil the military's plan for a space force. And said the space force will not be built from scratch men and women who run and protect our nation space programs today are already the best in, the world since the dawn of the space age America has remained the best in space so blueprint follows President Trump's surprise announcement in June he was. Directing the defense department to undertake the mission
Reese Witherspoon throwing ice cream at Meryl Streep is the internet's new favorite thing
"This is a. Mytalk dirt alert update quick look at what's happening in entertainment Tell me. Something good Ben Affleck Matt Damon are teaming up for a new big screen project Aflac is attached to direct and Damon to star in true crime story published in the Daily Beast several days ago about an ex cop who the McDonald's monopoly game allegedly stealing over twenty four, million dollars and sharing it with an. Unsavory group of coq group of co conspirators who offered kickbacks to the mastermind so this article, published, days ago huge. Bidding war in Hollywood over it and. Seems like Matt Damon Ben Affleck won Count Jan has been released from rehab after less than three weeks and seems like she's ready to get back to work TMZ reports that luanne contacted friends earlier this week and told them that she's doing, better and that she's ready for her. Cabaret gig at the paramount in Long Island on Saturday night this show course will be her, first, public appearance bad But this is how she she needs to make. Money worry she doesn't she get paid enough money at her house right salary this is just yeah I don't understand cancel this cavalry or other ways that the Countess can make some, money out I n Reese Witherspoon money can't buy, class Oh Shayne. Reese Witherspoon was photographed hurling ice cream at Meryl, Streep but don't. Worry it was all for big little lies season to sto- in the photograph, Streep Streep, hazard packed turned to Witherspoon character as she walks with sunglasses on and from the look of determination on.
Aflac, Bloomberg and Berkshire Hathaway discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Complaint accuses aflac of inflating a sales measurement and suggests the firm may have manipulated earnings by shifting the timing of glenn it booked revenue and services also tell bloomberg warren buffet made an offer to invest three billion dollars an uber earlier this year that talks ended up falling apart following disagreements over the terms and size of the deal he offered from berkshire hathaway would have provided a convertible loan to uber that protected buffett's investment should.
"aflac" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Then sometimes in the evening i will put my phone in a different room usually it's not intentional capital even in another room and that i still get smart wash notifications in case something happens or someone's calling so i guess that's good but yeah i'm very bad at unplugging i did this thing after i owe where after a couple of days of the conference my brain was little fried last night and i wanted to do something that didn't involve screens and that involved watching handmaid's tale are you is a both a screen in the not the most relaxing program so yeah i think i'm just bad at it this is why like also water sports i've said this before but like if you take up water sports it's pretty great because then you're submerged underwater sometimes and you can't have your screen with you yeah cool even take up swimming it's a good little mental break andhra waterproof smartwatch yeah which is true watson if your phone was some men range and then you it's a perfect solution everybody but yeah water sports will we have to wrap up so why don't we do a recommendations real quick let's do it one that involves a screen all right do you guys like cults colts sure aflac show do you guys like colts in documentary that's my favorite kind of coal documentary that's not just one contained piece of media but many so you get to enjoy it over and over and over again is the plot thickens tell me more i'm me up.
"aflac" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"Yeah and nobody i know with similar issues to me would agree with me in any way but i have you know personal experience at its is what it is it's kinda czar but if he's if i just this somebody else similar struggles they get crazy they say that they're not gonna do that and then they have they have a lot of trouble so i've just i i mean i've just never heard that before in my life that like allowing your brain to being a comfortable place is not a good thing for you i mean it must be you must be very specific to whatever you're you're having to deal with it is it's it's more time to having some some some aspect of of problems with mental health i don't think it's healthy for anyone to sleep a lot of hours anyway or to get really comfortable and go home and watch tv and sit on the couch but of so screwed come on i thought you were starting companies here is that is just secondary to the to the tv netflixing comes i always we barely have enough internet sometimes up here where where i'm at wash aflac so yeah it's it's is interesting man because i i mean i feel like i'm i'm trying to figure you out but i can only do it in a very limited way because we're live here yes sorry i don't know some of this better not explored maybe.
"aflac" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Well it it certainly appears that way and so uh that's that's a whole other part of this thing and it really doesn't stop there as far as material misrepresentations uh to investors and potential insider trading so that that's going to be end additional uh thing that we are gonna look at and right about how i mean how long has this been ongoing his all the these these practices like was there a time with the company changed and they started doing this time in in like a is a we're we're talking about one narrow slice but uh right was there i i have been in touch with uh you know aflac sales associates former district managers at current district managers former a regional sales managers who've been with the company ten fifteen i the longest one the sixteen years uh no one has said there has been any kind of shift uh this is kind of how this business as always work and that's how several uh sales uh particularly in the insurance industry is out several these businesses kind of work um athlete might be more regis and some levels i i i would actually say so uh but this business this is more common than you think uh and it's almost like they're uh franchise they're there there's all they give to these sales associate sir are the name asked lack which you know has cash shea uh but they're kinda franchisees without the franchise right so uh they they they they have to they they aren't given really anything in terms of how the how to get sales except for this thing called sales genie which is just the phone book uh and they're kind of just set off on their own and ate it seems that asked lack knows that most of these people will fail there's a document internally called the rule of twenty four that says out of.
"aflac" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Just it bothers to fall tolls would come back we'll be talking to david day loans lagging the man the by him bye bye my darling now and then the fire no in life in time we are back sam cedar on the majority report on the phone it is a pleasure to welcome back to this program david dayan writer from just about every outlet there is online and ulf also author of a chain of title the probably the most important book i think on the ground on the on the mortgage meltdown of of two thousand eight the the the fraud that was rife in that industry david dan thank you so much for joining us while thank you as always for your kind words all right well look i wanna i wanna talk a little bit about what's going on a broadly in the news but um but before we do i want to start with it because you've written a couple of peace is what let's start with aflac and then we'll just work our way into you know what we're seeing from different uh businesses in regard to how they're spending their tax cuts and john and they will work our way into the immigration stuff but uh acts athletic um applejack yeah great commercials turns out basically a criminal enterprise well it's funny because uh we we didn't figure out two years this concept but it really is in reality the milk shake duck concept.