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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal
"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.
Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey
"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years
Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago
"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my
Live updates: Zelenskyy: Russian forces still attacking Kyiv
"You cranes forces are claiming progress against Russian ground troops in places of fighting rages on around the capital and elsewhere on Ben Thomas with the latest Joe Jonas lotion along with a lot of minutes a Lenski congratulating the Ukrainian forces to regain control of her pain a suburb to the north west of Kiev holds up the ones he warns Russian forces still control other northern suburbs and are trying to regroup you Corinthians he says still have to fight and insure the southern port city Mario Paul remains blockaded by Russian forces amnesty international's chief Agnes Callamard on Russia's actions there deny all of humanitarian effect evacuation and humanitarian escape for population and targeting of civilians and civilian infrastructure in ways which according to Amnesty International investigation amounts to a war crimes I'm Ben Thomas
"agnes" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
"Why are we being hurt to me. That was like screaming at that question. Why are we being hurt. So i think that one dimension along which we can assess both vending and protests is degree of severity. And i think people can protest about very small things and very large things and i think they can dent but very small things in very large things. We often find it much more easy to deal with venting about small things. Actually so we've into our friends about small things but we only to are really close friends about big things so if you think. About protests is it's predicated on the idea that we stand in certain relations to other people certain kinds of sort of like conti ender normative moral relations of duty and writing promising and obligation recognition. That's the space of protests right. And if you think about venting is it's predicated on the idea that we stand in certain kinds of affective or emotive or sympathetic or kinship bonds to other people right and those are two fundamental ways in which we relate to the people around us. Normative lee and affectively emotionally. What complaint in illustrates is. There's another way that we relate to one another. Besides those two ways in fact it's prior to them a more fundamental and that is interactively. You are to me. Not only someone to whom i have obligations who has obligations to me in someone to have effective ties. But you're someone to whom. I can pose a question. You're an answer. However is another thing that a human being is to me. And i think that we are comfortable with the thought that one thing other human beings are to us is answer havers in the context of the theoretical mma context of scientific and theoretical inquiry. But what complaint illustrates is that. There's an ethical side to the fact that another thing that a human being can be for you as an answer. However so if somebody's protesting about some terrible inequality in society the complaining about it. They may be both protesting in the technical sense and venting so they're looking for an explanation. They won't redress but they also want to bring up people with them but the interrogative aspects of struggling more with trying to understand what the answer that they want is they want it from but partisan venting like translations to their translations of an original question into another discourse and in the case of protests. You've translated this question..
"agnes" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
"Bites dot com. I'm fed up with philosophy bites. It's been going on for so many years. And frankly is becoming tiresome. The philosophers have nothing original to say an. I have to spend hours editing. Them to make them sound halfway coherent. But anyway enough whingeing. He's agnes callard. Agnes colored. More concept philosophy bites. Thanks the topic we're going to discuss. Today is complaint now. that's not obviously a philosophical topic. Could you perhaps say why. You've chosen that topic. There isn't too much those off work on the other is a bit. I mean i find it actually. Strange that philosophers aren't more interested in it. I think a huge part of our lives. We spend a lot of time complaining as a parent. I spend a lot of my time listening to complaining. And just something that fascinates me about complaint is that we tend to like to produce it more than to receive it. I'm interested in forms of speech. That are like that. it's also true. I think of advice. I think people tend to like giving advice more than getting it and i find that to be interesting that there are a communicative phenomena. That are asymmetric in that way. But i also i just think complaint properly understood expresses something very deep about the human soul so it gives us access to something about ourselves if properly understood. I can see that very good voice could be. Well received a call. Really think of a situation where. I'd be delighted that somebody complained complain seems to have built into it something negative. There's something wrong that i've done. Yeah so. I think that we often enjoy complaint there many context which we do so a lot of stand up comedy is complaint. A lot of greek tragedy especially the chorus is complaint a lot of shakespearian. Monologues are complaints. So i think you're really thinking about is a species of complaint that i think is very salient for us which i call protests when i protest to you. I'm complaining in a specific way. Which is i have a grievance. I think you've done something wrong. Or maybe you're part of a group that's done something wrong and we are somehow bound in a shared normative system where i think you. According to the rules of that system ought to recognize that you have done that wrong thing in. I demand some kind of repair or at the very least acknowledgement of the wrong. That you've done..
How Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Fought to Have Her Son's Murderer Deported
"Happened to the illegal immigrant convicted multiple times before he was deported. Came back and killed your son. What happened to the murderer of ronald just recently released early on november twenty second and ice was telling me that they could not deport him because The release date was november. Twenty third or could be twenty second or twenty first and they couldn't just plant themselves for seventy two hours. Wait they could hold a convicted felon who your son. That's what i was told. And not only that. But i kept calling them out to upgrade where he was being transferred from one prison to another three times in one month Instead of them doing their job. I was my own detective. I sold my own case. And what happened to him. He was eventually picked up by your own enforcement removal officers and the poor the back to mexico and l. central. Because of you because of
Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant
"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary
Senator Marsha Blackburn Rebukes General Mark Milley During Senate Hearing
"You have managed to do is to politicize the us military to downgrade our reputation with our allies. Nobody has resigned. Nobody has submitted their resignation. And we've got thousands of people watching this hearing today. That are looking at you. All and saying i can't believe they're sitting there and not answering the questions and are trying to punt a yell back punt the polite word for it. God bless marsha blackburn you while the three people who may have broken the american military that was yesterday during the senate herring with the centcom commander with the secretary of defense and with the most senior military officer in the united states mark milley. Who dodged questions who wouldn't answer the important questions about our surrender in afghanistan and somebody called them out and you know what she has more guts than most of all. The politicians combined on capitol hill was reading. The chiron is that was playing. Is that clip was playing us reading the lowest third of description. And what does it say about marsha blackburn. Yeah that's right perfect eric. It says right there. Marsha blackburn republican tennessee serving in the us senate since oh twenty nine so she's being there for less than two years vats why she has
France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?
"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way
"agnes" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Thank you theft time in line. Who what is your show what you talk show. What's your what is your is your show. What's your what is your lethal show. Uh-huh last true show. What's your rider took that..
"agnes" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"It's all good stuff back to the show Just change changing directions. You were talking about a meritocracy and and there's so much conversation about that now. 'cause i think a lot of people and with good reason like kind of are skeptical of america crecy that could ever exist with like equal rewards for people on on a similar achievement. If that makes sense. But but i like what you said about it. Like a not having a punitive meritocracy because to me. That's always been the thing. That kinda was a hiccup for me thinking about it was like i don't like it when people say like successful people are successful because they cheated to get there because they did like that that feels like a orig- kind of overly reductive but then i also don't like a system where people are like. Oh this person didn't achieve values that our society kinda rewards. But that's because they're like not good or because they didn't try. Yeah maybe maybe one way to put it. Is that the idea of a nunc. Punitive meritocracy is an idea that combines the right to praise for those who succeed with the right to complain for those who fail right. So it's like it's like you wanna be able to say of the people who succeed like congratulations but you want to honor them. At least like maybe not honor the beyond all reasonable amount the way that we do with actors forever but at least a reasonable amount of honoring them. Because i don't think that people can achieve much without actually trying and actually putting effort into it so they deserve some honor but on the other hand i think like look. Everybody wants to achieve steps so that people who fail. It's like the idea that like. Oh well they didn't want it enough for. They didn't try hard enough like no. There isn't a person who doesn't want the good like that's not a human possibility. And so if they you know yes of course it could be that. They like in some ways input enough effort in. But that's gonna itself be a function of the kind of environment that they were in kind of opportunities. They had the kind of responses people made the effort that they put in. And i want those people to be able to in some sense be onto to this features and be like. Why didn't this work out for me Partly in the mode of like actually asking him a question you know where like that question almost becomes forbidden. If you're so prone to right it's your fault you brought it on yourself. That's a way of shutting down a certain question. So i think a lot of people view it as that like in order to avoid blame as a failure person. I have to blame the successful person so that you purchased the right to complain by blaming the other and each side feels that they purchased the right of the of the thing they want to either get the praise or to complain by like denying that to the other side and i think we can just have a system that includes both praised for successes and complaint the right to complain people who fell right yes. It is a little bit more acceptable within that kind of idea for the the group that's lacking to complain and that's why it's a little more off putting when the group that is successful complaints because you're like. Shouldn't you have a little bit more like kind of grace about this because of your station. Yes and i think what happens. Is that when you are in. You're not in that. Non-punitive talks that. I described but to Punitive one the people who succeed feeling need to dress up their success as kind of failure in order to elicit sympathy which is a little plane leveling game. You know like it's beheaded so hard right. Parents hilton has a documentary now. Netflix about how difficult her teen years where. I was on a date with someone. I don't know if i have the bandwidth to afford empathy towards perez hilton's upbringing which seemed kind of cruel on my part but at the same time i was like there's people way worse soft so like what. What does she expect a prince. Harry and meghan markle to their perfect during john. P p cova agree on oprah and complain about our lives. So i i think this is another thing which is super interesting is like i think. In general we are far too We like police complaint more than we should right so on the one hand like if you end up if you have a kind of messed up meritocracy either. It's either messed up because you are blaming the failures or because you're blaming the successes then you're gonna create bad incentives right and so in particular in a situation where you're blaming the successes you're creating incentives for the success people to describe themselves as failures that they can get the thing that's valuable that system which is sympathy and then what that does is it. Generally generates a general suspicion of requests for sympathy which i think is super corrosive at a human level that is i think what we want is a world in which anytime anyone is expressing suffering of any kind. Were ready unwilling to like you know. Believe them and trust that they're suffering and suffering takes a lot of different forms right and rich people can suffer too But i think what you know. The the natural human response to suffering is to advise and to To you know in some sense not require the sufferer to show their credentials like of being sufficiently suffer right. And so i think it's really like almost like trickle down effects from toxic meritocracy. The ben creates a like a empathy olympics. Right were ordered. Earn your empathy. You have to put down someone else's like not really deserving in as much as you like. I deserve because meghan markle. She's married you'll royal so you know i secure my place in your giving me empathy by putting down somebody else so almost think that..
"agnes" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Who's the co founder of pod. Corn agnes welcome to the mar tech. Podcast for having me. It's a pleasure. What a privilege to have you. It's your podcast royalty as the creator or one of the co founders of pod corn the recently went through an acquisition so first off. Congratulations thank you thank you. Surreal still happening very quickly. The second time around so very fun so second acquisition for you tell me. How long have you been working in the podcast space. A little over two years it's all a blur but yeah still i feel very fresh and a with still feels like we're very early and there's lots to be done and very excited where the space is going. It's funny. you're one of the few people who i feel like. I have more podcasting experience than but yet you are farther along the path you've gone through an acquisition already. I've been doing the mar- tech podcast for roughly three years. Not kinda felt. Like i was late to the game when it comes to podcasting. Obviously it has changed dramatically over the last few years. So tell me a little bit before we start talking about monetization about how you see some of the changes in podcasting and what are some of the things that you're excited about. Well i come from the influencers space prior to pod. Grenade co founded. A company called saying bit which was a marketplace connecting brands and youtubers for endorsements and that company was acquired by google in two thousand sixteen. And we join you two. Which was phenomenal as well. But coming from the influence and creator. Space i really saw that podcasting lack the infrastructure sort of like in the early days of the video influence or to connect the balls brands and podcasters for native sponsorships. There was more sort of odd slot mentality in this space in terms of how podcasts were viewed by advertisers..
"agnes" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin
"Agnes welcome to the leadership lab. It's so great to be here. Thanks for having me patrick. It's great to be here with you. We've had a chance to talk in the past. You and i have talked before. You've actually talked to my students at vanderbilt about crisis. And i'm excited for the opportunity to bring you to my listeners. On the podcast. In fact i told listeners. A bit about you and your work in the introduction. But that said i know that they're always interested in knowing a bit more about the person behind the mike. Would you mind sharing your story melissa. And how you came to help leaders and organizations become crisis ready..
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"The decision are involved in decisions rather than somebody else during. That is nice. That is nice to walk back own on this project. I'm not making any decisions. I'm just here to to d- my acting in that's also really nice you know they're they're amazing things about both scenarios enders a responsibility to. That's the other side of it. So i mean you had a hand into casting in this one. It was very collaborative to do that. That's unusual even for independent film. So that's pretty cool. They get that. Kind of collaboration is at the kind of filmmakers you wanna work with. That are more collaborative. Oh absolutely we wanna work with the makers who have a different point of view. A hundred percent Our collaborative like we want to take where they've started in. Just give them one or two more tools to work with overbearing. We want to be a family as far as that is. It just sounds like you you could. People might be expecting one day and they might get a little bit of something else and it kind of for me kinda snuck up but i liked that instead of i've seen so many other movies kind of go in one direction to kind of spin off a bit and really marry has such a central part of it as well so i like that. It kind of kept guessing a little bit. Say oh wait a minute. Maybe it's not that yes. Thank you That's what we loved about. The script mean we just take a left turn you earn something and leaders go in a completely different direction and we liked that. I i believe that true horror is being unsettled. You even when you're watching a movie you've kind of settled in that you know you're gonna get scared you know you're watching a horror movie when you switch the narrative and you don't allow someone to be comfortable even in the viewing experience. That's you know that's where the really good stuff offense is ernie before we go. Is there any room for anymore. Are you doing some other voice word. But maybe in the dc universe. Oh my god. I i would you that the next thing is you might hear someone who sounds a lot like me on the next chapter of the podcast rabbit's ear out for that. Wow yeah audio. that's a whole nother animal do. It's pretty cool. Yeah congratulations molly. It's great to talk to you and really wish you the best and I mean this is a really neat thing. You're doing in your company doing these films. So best of luck with that going forward and enjoy becca. Thank you thank you so much. Hi i'm ellen dubin leads and the collector and you're listening to my favorite stations sifi talk..
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"There's a lot of fear because she's been harboring a lot of secrets on one of them being how much she cares for agnes and it can be really difficult to see someone. You love sick. in mary. Of course already been furthest. She already went through the the loss of her son so when she goes in sees agnes. It's almost like seeing her bady like they really have this loving maternal relationship where they both kind of mother each other in getting in there. And it's kind of like you. You get a glimpse of your friend again. You know they have a kind of jovial moment talking the horrors but had been going on You know it's always difficult when someone you love tells you to face the music you know says you're not dealing with this in mary's not ready she's not ready for that truth Because as long as she holds onto it as long as she holds onto her son in a way she's keeping him alive even if it's just for herself and she she will not let go and you know i. I think that mary makes the wrong decision. Not dealing with Her past trauma. So yeah it is a big scene and really she kind of goes to a major chain which we ought spoil but It it really reflects the rights of the film where it goes like to play that i mean. That's that's a concern. I would say if i'm saying it right is a big is a good word for her in that particular moment of the film. Yes i you know. Mary has been running her wet running away her whole life so again. It's kind of like. She's in the convent. She thinks that she's going to have solitude and rest inches chased out of there and she runs away and tries to make it in the real world. If you will and no one will leave her alone. She just won't be left alone. And i think that starts to drive her crazy because she's not getting what she truly wants. Which is to meditate. Contemplate on the love lost of her son. It sounds like mickey was very very collaborative with you and your company and making absolutely absolutely. We talked about a different set. They were seeing. We continually may descript better like every single day. All the way through production in. He has such an amazing crew around him like their production designer caitlyn shelby. Who makes all of our sets just so detailed incredible. There's always something to look at. It was really nice to work with mickey that way and having the whole picture in the news also really nice that as an actor he was he he just gave complete truss and really focused on the shots in getting everything we needed for the movie. So that i could go through my journey unencumbered What's it like to be selected for the tribeca. Film fest.
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"I'm the composer of the matrix. Reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day Thanks in part because if the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion molly. It's great to talk to you. We've actually met at new york comic con a few years ago with that. As publicist for warner brothers. Mr kerrey themselves past. Yes again. And i love gary. Oh he's the best. He's the best so very interesting movie. Great part for you now. The thing is you came across the script and with your with your own company and first of all. What's it like to start your own production company like that. I used on you know. That's really the perfect thing to say. That i have two great partners. You know matthew. Well tina along gail with with them by my side. I feel like we can really handle anything. So it's very fun but definitely outside of my comfort zone. But i'm getting more comfortable now. I like it crate. And actually you had a big hand in casting. Agnes after you saw the script. That reese did you liked it. And you suggested somebody for agnes and that kind of shifted things a little bit. Yeah it did. Hayley mcfarland is a really good friend of mine. I think tastic actress. And as i had been reading the script kind of over and over and over i was like maybe. Maybe there's a different twist we can take on on this relationship. And i ran by my partners in mickey and they really liked it and so luckily haley was available and we started working in creating a the mary agnes relationship months before we started shooting so there was a lot of build up. You know we really Chewed on it. You know we had. We had a good time creating matt's by the time we got to set. We were just having fun. I think this the scene where she goes to see her in the movie very pivotal for both their character's talking about playing off that scene and and and really where mary is at that point. It's kind of. It's there's a little bit of tap dancing going on but it also do say maybe a little bit of fear to i would say there's some fear you know. I feel like when when. Mary is asked to go in and watch agnes..
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"You love sick. in mary. Of course already been furthest. She already went through the the loss of her son so when she goes in sees agnes. It's almost like seeing her bady like they really have this loving maternal relationship where they both kind of mother each other in getting in there. And it's kind of like you. You get a glimpse of your friend again. You know they have kind of jovial moment talking the horrors but have been going on You know it's always difficult when someone you love tells you to face the music you know says you're not dealing with this in mary's not ready she's not ready for that truth Because as long as she holds onto it as long as she holds onto her son in a way she's keeping him alive. You know even if it's just for herself and she she will not let go and you know i. I think that mary makes the wrong decision. Not dealing with Her past trauma. So yeah it is a big scene And really she kind of goes to a major chain which we on spoil but It it really reflects the rights of the film where it goes like to play. I mean that's that's a concern because arctic. If i'm saying it right is a big is a good word for her in that particular moment of the film. Yes i you know. Mary has been running her wet running away her whole life so again. It's kind of like. She's in the convent. She thinks that she's going to have solitude and rest inches chased out of there and she runs away and tries to make it in the real world. If you will and no one will leave her alone. She just won't be left alone. And i think that starts to drive her crazy because she's not getting what she truly wants. Which is to meditate contemplate on the love lost of her son. It sounds like mickey was very very collaborative with you and your company and making absolutely. We talked about a different set. They were seeing out. We continually may descript better like every single day all the way through production and he has such an amazing crew around him like their production designer caitlyn shelby. Who makes all of our sets just so detailed incredible. There's always something to look at. It was really nice to work with mickey that way and having the whole picture in the news is also really nice that as in actor he was he he just gave complete truss in really focused on the shots in getting everything we needed for the movie. So that i could go through my journey unencumbered.
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because it the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion molly. It's great to talk to you. We've actually met at new york comic con of few years ago with that. As publicist for warner brothers. Mr gary themselves past yes again. And i love gary. Oh he's the best. He's the best so very interesting movie. A great part for you now. The thing is you came across the script and with your with your own company and first of all. What's it like to start your own production company like that. I one you know. That's really the perfect thing to say. That i have two great partners. You know matthew well along gale with with them by my side. I feel like we can really handle anything. So it's very fun but definitely outside of my comfort zone. But i'm getting more comfortable now. I like it crate. And actually you had a big hand in casting. Agnes after you saw the script. That reese did you liked it and you suggested somebody for agnes and that kind of shifted things a little bit it did. Hayley mcfarland is a really good friend of mine. I think tastic actress. And as i had been reading the script over and over and over i was like maybe. Maybe there's a different twist we can take on on this relationship. And i ran by my partners in mickey and they really liked it and so luckily haley was available and we started working in creating a the mary agnes relationship months before we started shooting so there was a lot of build up. You know we really Chewed on it. You know we had. We had a good time. Creating matt's via timely got to sad. We were just having fun. I think this the scene were. She goes to see her in the movie very pivotal for both their character's talking about playing off that scene and and and really where mary is at that point. It's kind of. It's there's a little bit of tap dancing going on but it also say maybe a little bit of fear to i would say there's some fear you know. I feel like when when. Mary is asked to go in and watch agnes. There's a lot of fear because she's been harboring a lot of secrets on one of them being how much she cares for agnes and it can be really difficult to see someone..
Hong Kong Democracy Activist Agnes Chow Released From Jail
"agnes" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Hi this is tony tomato and welcome to bite here on the. Sat podcast network and so parenting in an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer story when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Molly quinn formerly of castle starting agnes about demonic possession in comp. We chatted recently as it film was selected to the tribeca festival. Very interesting movie Great part for you now. The the thing is you came across the script and with your with your own company and first of all. What's it like to start your own production company like that i own. That's really the perfect thing to say. And that i have two great partners. You know matthew welty along gail with with them by my side. I feel like we can really handle anything. So it's very fun but definitely outside my comfort zone. But i'm getting more comfortable now. I like it and actually you had a big hand in casting. Agnes after you saw the script. At reese did you liked it and you suggested somebody for agnes and net kind of shifted things a little bit you it did. Hayley mcfarland is a really good friend of mine. I think tastic and as i had been reading the script kind of over and over and over i was like maybe. Maybe there's a different twist we can take on on this relationship. And i ran it by my partners in mickey and they really liked it so luckily haley was available and we started working in creating a the mary agnes relationship months before we started shooting so there was a lot of build up. You know we really am chewed on it. You know we had a good time creating matt's by the time we got to set. We were just having fun. I think this the scene were. She goes to see her in. The movie is very pivotal for both their characters. Talking about playing off that scene and and and really were. Mary is at that point. It's kind of. It's there's a little bit of tap dancing going on but it also would you say maybe a little bit of fear to i would say there is some fear you know. I feel like when when. Mary is asked to go in and watch agnes a. There's a lot of fear because she's been harboring a lotta secrets on one of them. Being how much she cares for agnes and it can be really difficult to see someone you love sick in. Mary of course has already been through this. She already went through the the loss of her son so when she goes in and sees agnes. It's almost like seeing her baby like they really have this Loving maternal relationship where they both kind of mother each other and in getting in there. And it's kind of like you. You get a glimpse of your friend again. You know they have of jovial moment talking about the horrors going on in. You know. it's always difficult when someone you love tells you to face the music says you're not dealing with this end in mary's not ready. She's not ready for that truth Because as long as she holds onto it as long as she holds onto her son in a way she's keeping him alive. You know even if it's just for herself and she she will not let go And you know i. I think that makes the wrong decision. Not dealing with her past trauma so yeah it is a big scene. Look for agnes. During the tribeca festival and beal per bite. This is tony to lana..
Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet
"This is john williams in hammett. Her eighth novel maggie o'farrell imagines the life of william shakespeare. His wife anne hathaway or agnes and the life and death of one of the couple's children hamlet who died at eleven fifteen ninety six in o'farrell's novel. He died of the plague. And the book imagines the impact that this event might have had on arguably shakespeare's greatest play hamlet. Hamlet won the national book critics circle award for fiction and it was named by the new york times book review as one of its ten best books of twenty twenty with the editors calling it a bold feat of imagination and empathy and magill. Farrell is here to talk about it from edinburgh. Hi how you doing. i'm good. What do we know historically. That's in this novel. How bearer the bones that you were working with when you sat down well i they expire himself is quite a shadowy figure. There's an awful lot about him. We don't know despite the very best efforts of the world's most brilliant scholars and shakespearean academics. So it is mysterious. You know we only have six examples of his signature which is spelt differently so there are lots of lawmakers and gaps in his story. If we think we know very little about him we know even less about his wife. The woman weeping told to call anne hathaway and his children. We only hamlet himself. The boy is lucky if he gets possibly to mentions in these big biographies of shakespeare them night and he was born and they mentioned that he died in fifteen ninety six. But i see i mean to be honest. That is all we do know about little. Unfortunately
Podcast Sponsorships: How to Create the Perfect Pitch
"This can be as simple or as elaborate as you want it to be but has to have some fundamental pieces. I the name of your podcast bonus points. If you include the cover art visuals always a nice touch from there. You're gonna wanna have like an about me section right. So what's your podcast. What are the hosts names What season are you in. What type of podcast is it. What's your subject matter. Those sort of basic identifiers from there. You're going one to provide some information about your audience. So average number of downloads listeners are listening from their location age and then gender for the most part you can find information about your average number of downloads as well as the locations that people are listening from on your podcasting hosting site but little bit of a hack if your podcast is listed spotify you can also go to your podcast dashboard on spotify to find out information about the age and gender of your listeners. Next you're going wanted include some kind of social proof right so this could be reviews. Emails tweets even essentially anything. Nice that your listeners have said about your podcast would be impactful and should be included in your proposal from their contact information. So how can a potential sponsor get in touch with you phone numbers emails for you or your team. You can also provide a little bit of bio if that would be helpful now pricing. A lot of us are a little bit kind of on the fence. About how to price. Ourselves we out to agnes the co founder of popcorn to provide some insight into what a good number would be That would be profitable as well as comfortable for you. For host read odds whether it's parole or mid roll we see a range between fifteen to thirty dollars c. pm but when you're doing stuff that's more native like an interview or product overview or having a guest. That's really you know. Maybe perhaps like you're not an expert in the brand's fueled your guest is an expert. Their big influencers. So like that puts a premium on on your fee. So for that when things are more integrated and a little bit more longer form. We see creators. Take anywhere between twenty five to fifty dollars. Cpr or if you're smaller and you're under thousand downloads than i really recommend working off a flat rate
Productive Action to Grow Your Business
"Hey everyone welcome to today's episode of the master. Coaching biz. Podcast in our guest. Today is agnes rosette and she is a next level. Success strategist to six-figure coaching businesses and she also hopes women leverage their time and go from silly busy to strategic and smart so welcome. I'm glad to have you here with us. Thank you very much for having me and happy to be here so it's also a little bit more about yourself Well i come from a background in quality management so this is actually where i got all that knowledge and experience to bring game systems and structures and processes that leverage the time and not only bring results but actually help you worthless because you have the right systems in place so that kinda that experience kinda have led me to where i am today helping women in coaching businesses in service businesses to to really leverage that time when they are ready to level up. Because when we're at that stage and for me it was the same. You have two choices you you kind of want to level up but you don't wanna get busier so either you do get busy. Are you work more. Or you find a way how to leverage what you already have. So this is kind of my speciality. Where i go into the business i find that weak link or weakling. Sit there are many. And i'm not reinventing the wheel or inventing anything new. I work with what they already have but to make it a more strategic and smart in a way that it truly leverage is the time instead of wasting it great. That sounds awesome. We all could use that so tell me so. Our audience here is mainly newer coaches. And what would be something that you would say. Okay this is. This is really what you have to do to get started to your time. Yeah well i you have to understand. Why do you want to do it because so many women that i have spoken to. They all say. I do want more time. I do want more time. But then when i ask a specific question what would you do too more extra hours a day. The answer is really weighed in. Not really that clear. So would you want to join another project. Do you want to spend time with your kids. Because if we don't have that clarity not gonna reach that goal and i'm sure that relies to any decision that we make so i is clarity. The second one is really. You have to understand your priorities. In prioritizing is a big part of my mentorship Because when you say but everything is important but it's not the case right there are some things are more important than others and that's just the way it is You have as a coach as a service provider. You have your zone of genius right. The it's very easy to tell what it is because you are coaching in that right but how much time you're actually spending in coaching. And how much time are you doing other things like maybe some admin tasks or a bookkeeping and things just around it. Yes they all are important for your business. You can just eliminate them but how much time comparing to your zone of genius like you know the the comparison. How am i choose that. So it's really important to understand. What is the priority. Where do you want to focus. What are those money-making activities that you need to focus more on
The Cindy James Case
"Thirty eight year old. Cindy make pace was chain. Smoking cameo cigarettes at her dining room table was uptight at twelve nineteen two and she had just received her right threatening phone call in five days. During most kohl's nothing could be heard on the other lawn reading other times. A man spoke to renew menacing whisper. Hey had made crude sexual suggestions to cindy a few days prior but she hung up in disgust before hearing him out. The most recent cole had really unnerved her. The men warned. You're dead cd. As not fell. Cindy went around. Her multilevel stuccoed home in vancouver canada. Closing the window drags ten minutes later. The phone rang. The familia low growling voice said. Don't think pulling the drapes means. Don't know you're in there. Cindy called the police and officer arrived and found. No sign of the coal looking out saw the house. Hey couldn't do anything. Except suggest cindy make a list. Of all the coles she received and to get an unlisted phone number with no known enemies the highly respected pediatric mental health nurse was at a loss as to who could be harassing her. One week lighter cindy returned. Home with friend agnes woodcock after annoyed out to find that someone had gained entry into her house. She writes next door and asked her neighbor. Who was aware of the coal. Cindy had been getting to investigate. He entered the house. Ahead of cindy and agnes to make sure that the intruder was no longer inside after a thorough search of all the rooms. The neighbor told the women that it was safe to go in. Cindy began to get ready for bed a few minutes later. Agnes hood cindy screaming. She found cindy in her bedroom solving and clutching a pillow. The pillow concealed under the covers of the bed had been slashed two paces. The cuts were sauce. And what carried out with a sharp object locker. Risa constable pat mcbride of the vancouver. Police responded to cindy's coal as nothing had been stolen from the house. Mcbride thought that someone was trying to send a cindy message. Even though cindy had changed her number the threatening kohl's continued they were mainly no talk calls seeking comfort. Cindy contacted her husband. Cindy hack head to mit psychiatrist to dr roy. Pay said vancouver general hospital in the fall of nineteen sixty five a natural beauty with long blond hair blue eyes and wide smile. Cindy would turn heads wherever she went. She quickly caught the attention of roy. Who was assisting cindy with a group project for her nursing studies. The two became inseparable in december nineteen sixty six roy who was eighteen years old lefties wife and two children and married twenty two year old cindy. The union was eventually accepted bus. Cindy's parents on a tilly hack. Roy soon became welcomed into the heck family. Life often playing cards and sharing a drink with cindy's father who was only six years. He's sania the first. Few years of marriage were an extremely happy time for the newlyweds. Cindy who will always drain of working with children was employed at the children's foundation. A job where she cared for children suffering from trauma and mental health conditions in nineteen seventy. Four cindy landed her dream job as defending directa glenham house. And you send tough. Preschool children requiring mental health support
"agnes" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The eve of saint agnes by john. Keats this liberal box recording in the public domain. The eve of saint agnes sin to agnes eve Chill it was the owl for all. His feathers was a code. The hair lint trembling through the frozen grass and silent was the flock and woolley phone nam. Where the beads. Men's fingers while he told his rosary and while his frosted breath like pious incense from a sensor owed seemed taking flight for heaven without to death past the sweet virgins picture. While he's pray he said prayer he says this patient holy man then takes his lamp and rises from his knees and back return Meager barefoot when along the chapel. I by slow degrees the sculpture. Dead on each side seemed to freeze imprisoned in black purgatorio rails nights ladies praying and dumb mara trees pass by and his week spirit fails to think how they may ache. In icy would send mails northwest. He turned through a little door and gas. Three steps 'em music's golden tongue flattered to tears this aged man and poor but no already had his death bell round the joys of all his life where said and sung his was harsh penance son. Syntagma seed another way. He went and soon among rough ashes. Sat he far his sos reprieve and all night kept awake for sinners sake to agree that ancient beads mun heard the prelude soft and so it chanced for many a door was wide from hurry to and fro soon up aloft. The silver snarling trumpet scan to chide the level chambers ready with their their pride. Were glowing to receive a thousand guests. The carbon angels ever eager. I'd stare whereupon their heads the corners wrists with hair blown back and wings put cross while he's on their breasts at length burst. In the ardent revelry with plume tiara and all rich array. Numerous is shadows haunting farrelly. The brain new stuffed in you with triumphs. Gay old romance. The us let us wish away and turn seoul. Thought it'd to one lady. There who's heart had brooded all that wintery day on love and wing descent. Agnes saintly care as she had heard old danes full. Minute- times declare. They told her how upon sent agnes eve young virgins might have visions of delight and soft adoring from their loves receive upon the hunted middle of the night if ceremonies do. They did a right as supper less to bed. They must retire and couch. Supine lily white nor look behind no sideways but require of heaven with upward is for all that they desire. Full of this swim was thoughtful. Medinine the music yearning kgoldn pain. She scarcely heard her maiden is divine fixed on the floor. Som- many a sweeping train pass by. She had not at all in vain. Came many a tiptoe amorous cavalier and back retired knocked cooled by his dame but she saw not. Her heart was other where she side for. Agnes is dreams the sweetest of.
European Medicines Agency authorizes Pfizer vaccine for use in the EU
"The Fizer vaccine has been given the green light for use in the U by scientist All right. This is a panel they still need to get the official government rubber stamp, but it looks like a go And it comes weeks after Britain and the U. S. Gave it. Emergency use authorization. This is Margie Agnes Hein with the European Medicines Agency today, our human medicines Committee, the CH empty Recommended the conditional marketing authorization for the first Corbett 19 vaccine for the EU market. This is a significant milestone in the fight against the pandemic. Trucks are waiting to get out of England and they're backing up for miles. People are stranded at airports. Many nations have imposed travel restrictions on the UK, and it comes over concerns about that new strain of the virus that apparently spreads more easily than others. It doesn't mean it's more gelateria. Harmful. It just means it spreads pretty easily. Ah growing number of countries air halting air travel now from the UK, while France has banned trucks from the country for 48 hours minimum while they look at this new variant this new mutation of the virus and keep in mind viruses mutate all the time. British health officials say the strain is out of control around London and southeastern England. It's not clear again yet if it's more dangerous, it just is able to spread
It's the end of Hong Kong as we've known it
"As the end of two thousand twenty approaches so it seems to hopes for freedom in hong kong the arrest in recent days of eight more. Prominent opponents of the beijing backed government of hong kong follows the jialing of other pro-democracy activists including joshua wong and agnes chow as well as media. Tycoon jimmy lai. Who's been accused. Under the national security law of colluding with foreign forces. many others have fled hong kong. The pro-beijing government is also planning new regulations to combat online and the other misinformation and activity which might take a different resonance when promulgated by the pro beijing government and it may say journalists and activists have their free speech curtailed even further after the year of protests in twenty nine hundred and twenty twenty has been a year of lockdown for both political and purposes. So is the hongkong that we've known finished tom. Grundy is the editor in chief and co founder of hong kong. Free press an independent not for profit. English language news outlet established in two thousand fifteen and funded by its readers in a recent tweet. Tom said in light of hong kong's national security little we have opted to keep calm and carry on hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Tom grandy welcome to sunday. Extra exciting me. Thanks for being here. I gather there is a clock in the home kong. Free press office that he's counting down. What is that clocking. what does it show at. The moment was counting down to twenty four seven which the year the autonomy. it's guaranteed to overtake was cops meant to expires. The city was then blended into the mainland. But i've been joking. How resetting the clock to about five months ago because for many people because when the integration sugary began with the dawn of this national security law and since then we've seen a full throated crackdown on civil liberties in the city all under the cover of cove it. Dozens of leading activists arrested in. Don't rates you mentioned a couple and that newsroom braided slash pro democracy newspaper. Jimmy lights proprietor behind bars at the moment. If saint democracy books pulse from library shelves slogan banned protest song bandon. Schools are colds a patriotic education and People have been arrested in recent months simply over facebook posts or placards or also closed seditious words and in one instance somewhat linked to australia right and a straighten judge resigned citing security bowl which as many feared it seems to be used in a very broad and tacona way absolutely tom. What does it mean for you in practice as the founder editor and chief of hong kong free press. How much have you had to change what you do since the new national security look i mean well. I said that the security is designed to make people notice the media self-censor to obey in advance. If you will in tom we cannot get straight answers to questions such as can we print the span. Slogan liberate hong kong. Can we film someone walking the national anthem or burning a flag or interview pro-independence at the on local outlets has deleted the exile example That's the idea. They want us to over. Correct to tiptoe around lake right lines goal posts in a way that they do in the mainland. I suppose self-censorship being much more powerful than tempted shit. But we're a small nimble team so we scrambled to react. We saw big little expensive life sending a backup entities training the team on what to do in rates moving quick vices of course and and some more conan's like literally changing our desktop confused desk
Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists
"In hong kong. The government's now under the thumb of beijing is locking up pro democracy activists for speaking out. That as china continues. Its crackdown on liberties in what used to be a semi independent territory. World's kristen flavin has more activist joshua wong. We'll spend the next thirteen months in a prison cell after protesting police brutality. Last year outside a police station the government also sentenced activist ivan. Lamb to seven months behind bars and another agnes chow received a ten month sentence. Authorities arrested the three activists last month. A magistrate said the trio called on protesters to besiege the police headquarters and undermined law enforcement during the rally which drew thousands of people the activists to the defunct demo sisto political party and helped to draw global economy to hong kong's crackdown on dissent. Hong kong officials have arrested at least thirty one people under china's new so-called national security law which beijing imposed on the territory in june
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is jailed
"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong Desert supporters to hang on his words as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail also sentenced Agnes Chow to 10 months and the Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, lamb shouted, never regretted. Stems from a small demonstration outside police headquarters last year.
Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong
"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last
"agnes" Discussed on Tell Me Something Good About Retail
"Is on you and you know the worst case scenario near nightmare in reality. There's so much that you can do now and that you can build in shoe. The whole thing that I'm all about is readiness is not about having a plan sitting on a shelf and not having a culture where your people intuitively instinctively know how to do this. They're empowered to do this. And that in any incident being an issue straight through catastrophic crisis you were keen and therefore your leadership team has fellow in knowing that at the onset of that our entire team knows exactly what to them how to expectations of our stakeholders how to get ahead of it. How to be continued to strengthen relationship so that at the end of an incident. You have been just mitigated ex You know exploration or Escalation and stopped long-term material impact. But you also your ultimate coming out of it with increase brand equity with the people who matter most your business saying wow. I trust this company even worse. Something that happened. We get that bad things happen in life but I trust this company even more than I ever did before because of the way they responded in handle that transparency is all counts. You're probably younger member win. Tylenol crisis hit but that was another one that I think somebody altered a few bottles of tylenol and ended up removing all of them off the off the the show and then look at textbook example. That's been used in textbooks. Since then which is kind of redundant but look at Johnson Johnson today with opium opioid crisis. You know it's incumbent bill baby powder to. I mean they've just said. Are we just tested it all? There's no estes in yet. You will keep saying and they haven't gotten ahead of it right. 'cause they're they're somehow it's not getting across and I think that's the point that as we wrap up our time here together that we're trying to make sure that everybody understands whatever your Your size that ultimately trying to judge between what's a crisis difficult. What's an incident was crisis issues and then understanding that they have different rule books to go with and then just being prepared because to your point? Crock pot never could have seen that coming. Okay so what happens if a TV show shows something similar and people you can't you know you'll drive yourself nuts but you certainly can say Especially if you're a smaller retailer. I think you say these are the things that I need to be an on like you. You can't figure this out. I need to be drawn to this or these things not and then tried it like you say. Just think of one of those ten items that we might end up having to deal with. You can say customer complaints but it's far beyond that it's it's you know when security issues are happened or bad behaviors filmed or something that Just horribly goes off track just thinking you know what taking ten or fifteen minutes even in a store meeting just to start thinking about that would go a long way instead of what. I would think you know if that was me as you're telling that story about Crock Pot I'm like okay. So you're the CMO and you've just found out the next morning. Oh my God. No one will ever buy our product again. 'cause moment you can't think straight. Is that correct walk evacuee and also I mean even just starting that conversation. Ask Your team honestly. Are we the type of if that happened? We woke up the Luba Crock pot that morning. Would we have recognized this as having potential material impact? Or would we be have been in? And there's so there that bucket of you know the type of organization type of professional that would have had. This is irrational. It's ridiculous we're just GONNA die. Down is massive. The which bucket would your team instinctively naturally fit in. That's just a question to begin and from there you can. You can build up on that. That's great well. I appreciate your time here to chat with me. How can our listeners find out more about you Melissa Melissa Agnes Dot com on the hub? And from there you can find everything. I also have a book on pump. Prices Ready Building an invincible brand in an uncertain world. That takes you through all of this at walk you through everything you need to think about how to think about it. And using example in Games. And you know all kinds of fun things to make this real into fun And not so boring dry. I don't think I've heard of how to make. That could have been the other title for your book how to Make Crisis Readiness Fund. But it wouldn't have sold as well as here as your time. We have now. We've been very gracious with your time and thank you so much and I wanNA thank. Melissa Agnes what. I really took away from this episode. Is that the time to prepare for a possible. Pr Disaster is now for you ever think that you need to react to one on the next episode of. Tell me something good about retail. I'll speak with a manual probst author and teacher at Ucla about how to create a meaningful trend in a saturated market. You won't want to miss it and if you do me a favor and help spread the word about my podcast or even. Give us a review on your favorite podcast platform. I'd appreciate it. I'm Bob Phibbs the retail doctor. Thanks again for listening. Tell me something good about retailers. The podcast of the retail Doctor Visit Retail Doc Dot Com to learn what makes Bob Phibbs the authority brick and mortar retail across the world. Who Works with some of the biggest brands all the way down to the smallest mom and POPs as a listener of the. Tell me something good about retail. 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"agnes" Discussed on Tell Me Something Good About Retail
"High-road and get out there in front of it. So they did. They did they were so I have all these goals make things simple for people for professional. And what am I? Reading is how to when you see something is emotionally compelling and spreading like wildfire weather is a potential crisis or weather viral issue. Two different things. Still very important to overcome a managed. Get ahead of is ready. Rule that when you in order to get ahead of that drawing emotional reliability kind of impact you have to respond in a way that follows this formula. So it's Be I'd like to validate the emotions of your customers or mistake. Will there's that feeling those emotions and then it's you relate to them on an emotional level and then coming with groups and the reason being is bad you we can never trump emotion. Watch it we just when somebody is emotional you know. The rights have the basics over the heart was even say takes over the left side of the brain then orders to get to that logical side of the brain you have to go into the heart camper speak down in a way that resonates and validate that emotional release about emotion. And then then with the proof of you know what makes that's real And crock pot did that Crock Pot. No you can go look it up. And they have tweets in reply the people that say things like. Oh my goodness Were our hearts are broken with you. We can't believe how Jack died right there. They're validating emotion right that triggered everything it's first place and then they're saying then they come with anything like but we need you to know that you're family. Safety has always been what matters? It's always been our priority. The lady rate to that emotion or to what matters motion back to simmer and then they came in with you know. At least there's research studies and these science and the history and the proof to make everything that we're saying. Hey Real and very true and you also talk about brand protection If you were to give us like three or four tips about how to prepare. Obviously when things go off they should certainly contact Melissa Agnes crisis management strategist but I want you to think about that for minute. We're GONNA take a quick break for our sponsor will be right back. Field agent is an on demand platform that furnishes businesses with in store information shopper insights and services to dry product sales all through the field agent mobile APP featuring a panel of over one and a half million shoppers. In a matter of hours you can get photos and data from stores everywhere if you need in-store visibility and you need it fast. Field agent is a solution for you visit. Www dot field agent dot net slash retail doctor for exclusive content. Now let's get back to it. What could you tell us? Both big and small there must be some commonalities for all businesses into the part of a rock potter or having to call you and say here helped me out I. I'm I'm desperate. Here's say yes. It is so no matter. What size or industry regan? Your Business is based in or no sector. It serves Human being are what make every business run internally externally so human beings common denominator and so everything about Christ readiness is scalable across every single business sector of business industry region etcetera. I WanNa say that I also WANNA say. Don't call me when something happened if something doesn't call me to help me do that if you're not you know we want help in any way And that is what I know about. I don't want clients to have made thing Those are my most happiest successful Proud when they only after the fact but so in order to get started I is defined defined an issue versus a crisis for your organization and so a crisis is a negative event or situation that stop business as usual stomach stance because it requires immediate escalation strengthen leadership and take them out of whatever meeting or there in Because this incident requires there is decision making their directives their strategy. Because it's so put this. I'M GONNA put this in my just an example. So you're telling me so there. I am a Marie Taylor and one of my employees has accused this woman of shoplifting. Her her husband says no she didn't end the employee pulls the bag out and dumps everything on the floor and shows yes it was in someone's filming it and now it's up on facebook with that crisis Though that the account onto that question so broadly but they probably not because so the thing is is is a long term material impact. I'm sorry if a negative event that long term impact on one and two all appalling things so people stakeholders the environment the business's operation reputation and or bottom line. So in the situation that you just described there is hopefully process in place so issue so that was the crisis. Issue is basically. It's a negative venture situation. That doesn't stop business as usual doesn't require escalation to leadership because the dozen threaten at margin material impact so basically like if I was the owner would be like. Oh my God everyone noses the my little verb. Everyone is going to be sharing this either. GonNa Judge me by this one employee. I mean don't feels like after which is why it's so important to understand the difference and to define that in in that case in order to be price it's ready for that for example you. WanNa have processes place so yes and employers caught shoplifting. Economy camera that is a bad actor that is not That is not the company itself going and stealing from customers. You know so. That's about actor now. That doesn't mean it's not going to go viral and maybe people are going to be like. Oh they've got a bad culture. They hired the wrong people. So you want to get ahead of that. But that's more about business as usual hyper giant so making that very real. You're probably not going to go and get the CEO of the company. The CICELY OUTTA their meeting to deal with the employees. There is probably process in place that is Joe Protocol. That's going to unfold in order to deal with this employee and then leadership is GonNa get notified that this occurred right. And they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA be in the know about it on but it still more about business as usual on hyper drive verses shopping business as usual got it. 'cause that's one and then so to one of your jobs said you've got to be thinking of when some of these things can happen so chip processes underneath them a they don't happen and B. If they do something else kicks in but without any of this pre pre planning. That's when crisis certainly can a bubble over and then like so if you're saying environmental if we've been dumping oil into the Hudson River in some TV newsmagazine sees us doing that with our trucks That would that would constitute a crisis for you. Because of the environmental features that correct the American. It'll probably back in the fact that you're doing that all you deserve getting my listening to but I just want to give examples of we could the lutely absolutely but that's the whole thing right. Is that because you you that is self inflicted that is A. That's something that's GonNa probably have material impact on the organization whether it's reputation whether its stock price whether it's regulators and Wa- makers whether it's you know with whoever can have long term impact on the business is going to be fine and sanctions Potential criminal activity and would Gatien That same thing with stealing you know if your if your credit cards were all stolen right. Target had a huge data breach homedepot. Hedda huge data. Breach I mean. We're getting accustomed to them. But there is a factor of. Did you do everything to keep it? Which does mean that. You may not have been following the law so that that becomes a material effect to is that correct and that example. Yeah and so really for you know to give the takeaways. It truly sit down into fine issue versus practice. Then that's step one step two is then. Go through and say okay. What are most likely? High impact is us and crises that we are the most vulnerable susceptible to because every single business has a handful of them every single business. I don't care I mean every human does right. Let even on a personal level from Disease and just we do So defining identifying those then from there doing a deep dive and each one of those so what are the preventive measures that you should be could be preventing and are you doing that correctly. Can you step up the game? Etcetera and then what are the unpreventable because not every risk is entirely preventable. Are you ready for the unpreventable and in being ready? So the third step here is to understand. Your stakeholder so have that consolidated list which most leadership does not have in my experience have a consolidated list of every single one of your stakeholder group and then go through you know scenario a what would it employs expect about what would they care about what matters what the emotional triggers what questions they have. How would they expect answers to those questions? And then go down every single one of those Grigson apple team questions. You can do a world of you know. Give yourself a world of leverage that in the heat of the moment when things escalating in spiraling out of control very quickly in the limelight.
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"Son Agnes was married three times she was twenty five when she had Robert she was thirty five when she died for a long time that's all he knew but a few years ago Robert reached out to someone as close to Jonestown as you could get Stephen Jones Agnes is brother he's the only biological child of German Marceline Jones well that's definitely Agnes Stephen is looking at a picture of Agnes and her children a rare photo of the family take it away from the people's temple it's good to see them there him to see them as a family outside of the temple together because that's I was discouraged in the temple of the family unit unit so just be working at all more communal yeah and the family if anything threatening to dad and his authority the movement revolved around Jim Jones a master manipulator with a giant ego after leaving San Francisco the temple began building its multi racial utopia in Guyana but Stephen was not Jones town the day the suicide orders came down he and two of his brothers were on the other side of the south American country playing basketball and they survived here's Stephen at a news conference in Guyana as the dead were still being tallied explaining why he didn't leave the temple even though he knew his father had become a matter what would you do I mean would you leave leave leave everybody you love everyone you live with all your life all those people in my life all my nineteen years and no no one else right what am I going to do virtually everyone in Jonestown died that day including Stephen's parents one of his brothers and his sister Agnes she's a lovely woman very pretty face a soft voice with a southern midwestern twang and lovely sweet smile but I didn't know Agnes that's kind of a strange thing to say about your sister but there was a big age gap Stephen was only nine years old when Agnes gave birth to Robert he knew nothing about the pregnancy yeah if I remember correctly I met Robert by email first Stephen is a trusting guy but he can be wary of people wanting to make some connection to the temple in John's town people may be looking for a sense of belonging looking to heal some deep trauma of their own but Stephen Robert story was possible I suspected her pregnancy with Robert happen when one of her times away from the temple I don't know how she did that but she came and went more than anybody I can remember in the temple and she never felt fully and since the tragic irony that they all and they all died I never really kind of felt like she was a part of the temple did Agnes have some kind of special privileges did you see the dangers of temple life and want to spare one child or was he simply an unwed mother with no support Robert was looking to Steven for some answers I thought I should show up in no telling what I know what did you think when Robert shows up out of the blue and says he's Agnes his son I mean you think that was kind of strange remember where I come from an seems strange as far as human behavior I mean you got it even got stranger than that when Stephen and Robert finally met in person it was later that year survivors and friends and families of those who died at Jonestown we're getting together for one of their sporadic reunions this time in San Diego folks raising the question there wondering why would Agnes had been told to put her child up for adoption they were wondering because Stephen another's tied to Jonestown know that temple members didn't put their kids up for adoption to outsiders children were held on to and I don't mean that necessarily a negative way like we were a community right so that led people to speculate that maybe dad was the father of the child and they just wanted to make that go away.
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"The Agnes in a minute. Take a look at this new green deal doesn't call for an air travel. But it is. In many ways. This is the fact check dot org. It says the rollout out of Representative Alexandra Cortez. New green deal prompted no shortage of confusion misleading claims. But I can absolutely see out of the way she says things can be construed to means. She wants to get rid of all airplanes. I can't imagine. That would be what she meant. Let's take a look at this. One pace book post spread the claim that Sandia Cossio Cortes new green deal calls for an end to air travel and to build trains over the oceans. Referring to the New York Democrat by your high school nickname, sandy. Non-binding house resolution recognize the duty of federal government to create a new green deal. Green new deal does not call cough, ending air travel or realize over any ocean companion that would that save anything. Rail lines would also pollute comparison. Resolution was also introduced in the sentence the way the language Facebook post mirrors, the text of a headline on the conservative website gateway pundit, but it doesn't actually come in from the text of the actual resolution instead it might stem from an interpretation of confusion over documents about the resolution circulated by her office. An overview of the resolution was provided. Due National Public Radio, for example, in pledged to begin to work immediately on a new green deal bills to put the nuts and bolts on a plan described in the resolution, the allied included this about infrastructure and industrial projects totally overhaul transportation by massive, the expanding electric vehicle manufacturing Bill, charging stations everywhere. Build out high speed rail scale where air travel stops becoming necessary. Sure does sound like it. I know she didn't mean it. I know she's he's being sloppy in the language. This is not the actual. Green new deal. This is writing about it from the office. But it does say at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary. She must've been they must have been sloppily thinking of domestic air travel. That's my thought creates a foreseeable public transit available to all with goal to replace every combustion engine vehicle. Well. Jet. I don't believe a jet plane is is a jet combustion engine. It's not an internal combustion engine. I don't know Bill in Durham would know that. But it is crazy over the top. And another point in explaining his tenure greenhouse gas emission goal. The outline says we aren't sure we'll be able to. And this is where. The. Where joined from got I can't use the word that she used shouldn't use it. But cow what cows do the causes gas? We're not sure we'll be able to get rid of the blanking cows and airplanes that fast. And now deleted blog post. So this is this is material about the deal not from the deal itself, which some people actually attributed to the deal, but still this ain't that about the dealer means they're thinking that and it is not people can debate. The choice of words used in the background materials. The actual resolution in congress does not include any language suggesting an end to air travel or about building trains over the oceans, there's sloppy in the way they speak about things, and it hurts them. It makes them seem nuts. The.