21 Burst results for "Aileen"

Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a federal appeals court lifts the hold on the record seized from Mar-a-Lago A three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit has lifted a judge's hold preventing the Justice Department from evaluating the classified record seized from former president Donald Trump's Florida estate U.S. district judge aileen cannon had temporarily barred investigators from continuing to use the documents in an ongoing investigation as the Justice Department evaluates whether to bring criminal charges The government appealed to the hold arguing its investigation had been impeded by the order Last month the FBI seized roughly 11,000 documents including about 100 with classified markings during a court authorized search of Mar-a-Lago Mike Gracia Washington

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"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | Last week

"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

"By Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. It's out of the morning September 17th, 2022, one 15 sport times. It is indeed and here's Frank. Nationals come back from Forza down to knock off the Marlins 5 four at Nats park to snap a 5 game losing skid and it was win number 50 on this season for the nationals. Yeah, they've got 94 losses, but this one was a good victory. As they came from the depths of losing again, found a way four runs in the 7th joint manesis and inside the park Homer, CJ Abrams with a triple to score two, and then they got another run in the 8th and they hold on for the 5 four victory over the Marlins. Same two on Saturday afternoon back at nationals park. Orioles were losers at Toronto 6 to three. NFL commanders will head to Detroit on Saturday as they line up to face the Lions on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Commanders want to know Detroit is Owen one. Fell short against Philadelphia 38 35 last week and despite all of the recent struggles for Detroit, not saying the commanders have either, but Detroit is favored by one and a half first time. There have been favored in 25 games. Charges quarterback Justin Herbert has a fracture to his rib cartilage, happened in the loss on Thursday night at Kansas City. The team says, for now, he's considered as day to day. Again, that's come back and beat the Marlins 5 four. Frankie and her hand to be TLP sports. He has always double DT OP Saturday morning and one 17. On the top stories we're following for you this week at morning, the Department of Justice trying to block parts of a federal judge's ruling that stopped its ongoing investigation into documents seized and former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence. This coming today after the U.S. district judge aileen cannon appointed judge Raymond deary to serve as the formal special master at review the evidence seized at Trump's Florida residents last month. The ongoing relocation of migrants this week by Republican governors could lead to a legal fight Politico as reporting that California governor Gavin Newsom, along with leaders in Florida and Massachusetts, are apparently urging the Justice Department to investigate Ron DeSantis and Illinois governor JB pritzker says that his office is also examining the legality of busing migrants like this into his state from Texas. And Virginia will now require the transgender students using the bathroom of the sex they were assigned at birth and direct educators to notify parents of student gender transitions. These new rules were outlined in a document released by the brigida Department of Education just late last night. They open for more on these developing stories and just minutes. Saturday morning, September 17th, where the time now is one 18. Good morning. I'm thinking whether all the 8s and when it breaks, good morning, of course, to Ian Crawford in the WTO traffic

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US asks appeals court to lift judge's Mar-a-Lago probe hold

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

US asks appeals court to lift judge's Mar-a-Lago probe hold

"The Justice Department has asked a federal appeals court to lift a judge's order that temporarily boarded from reviewing a batch of classified documents seized during an FBI search of former president Trump's Florida home last month I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The department told the 11th circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta the judges hold needs to be lifted immediately because it's impeding the government's efforts to protect the nation's security and interfering with its investigation into the presence of top secret information at Mar-a-Lago U.S. district judge aileen cannon earlier this month directed the department to halt its examination of the records until a further court order or the completion of a report by an independent arbiter the special master is to review the documents and weed out any covered by claims of legal privilege Ben Thomas Washington

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"aileen" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:36 min | Last week

"aileen" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Yes. Yes. Yes. Very exciting. October 22nd here at Saban theater Beverly Hills. We can't wait. So let's get right into this special master thing. Where is she Brooklyn based judge canon? Or no, I'm sorry, that's the kind of question. Yeah, the special master. Glenn, just take us through this for people who don't even know what this means or what's happening. I can't make sense of it legally. What she has decided here. Yeah, nobody can. We are on this crazy justice roller coaster. It seems like there are more downs than ups, but you know, it looks now like judge aileen cannon was put on the federal bench to do precisely what she just did. Entirely unqualified to serve as a federal judge relatively little experience and, you know, she was let's not forget she was confirmed by Mitch McConnell's Senate after Donald Trump lost the election. That's another data point. And what she has done is ignored the rules, ignored the law, ignored the facts. And appointed a special master and that's not the worst part, the worst part is she continues to say the Department of Justice can not investigate the crimes of Donald Trump as they relate to these classified materials that he stole, but it's even worse stuff because she actually echoed a Donald Trump talking point by saying, oh, hey, all of these materials may be marked classified top secret SCI. The Department of Justice may have put in writing in an official port filing that there were more than a hundred classified documents, I'm not buying it. Many people are saying they're not classified. Where have we heard talk like that before? This is insanity. Coming out of the mouth of a federal judge. But Trump's lawyers didn't even claim that. They didn't repeat this declassification BS, did they? They have never once stated in court or in a court filing that Donald Trump declassified anything.

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Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

"A veteran New York judge has been named to serve as an independent arbiter and review records the FBI seized in its search of former president Trump's Florida home last month I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Raymond Derry is a former federal prosecutor and for years served as the chief judge of the federal court based in Brooklyn He will serve as a special master and have access to the entire tranche of documents seized during the August search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate segregating out any that may be covered by claims of privilege The FBI says it recovered more than 11,000 documents roughly 100 with classification markings The Justice Department has argued the arbiter should not be permitted to inspect the classified records in her order U.S. district judge aileen cannon also refused the department's request to lift her temporary prohibition on its use of those records Ben Thomas Washington

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"aileen" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"aileen" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The left is all for the rule of law as long as it goes their way. They're all for the democratic processes of our society except when they produce a result or an outcome that they don't like. And recently, a federal judge, Eileen cannon, shot down or struck down the Biden DoJ by saying, we need to have a special master or an independent authority, review the Mar-a-Lago documents to see which of them appropriately belong to the search, and which of them do not, which is to say which of them need to be isolated or returned to Mar-a-Lago because they were seized inappropriately. And the Biden DoJ shrieking, oh, this is gonna jeopardize national security. This is going to cause the end of the world and the judge is like, it's not going to jeopardize national security. The documents are going to stay with the special master is going to be operating on behalf of the government. So the documents are staying with the government. They're not going to be distributed or publicized in any way. But here's the point. Eileen canon is a respected judge. She's of Cuban origin, a mom fled the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. She graduated from duke. She went to the University of Michigan law school, she worked at the Justice Department as a prosecutor. She also was with a leading law firm. She served as an appellate judicial clerk. Ron DeSantis recently pointed out that when she was confirmed as a federal judge, the vote in Florida was 56 to 21, 12 democratic state senators joined Republicans to confirm her to the bench. And yet, if you look at the commentary on her now coming from, well, some of it's coming from lawyers, law professors, media types, they're acting as though this woman is unqualified a complete buffoon and corrupt to boot. So suddenly the legal system, which the rule of law becomes questionable, why? Because it's producing a result that these people don't like. Here is Ellie style on MSNBC. This is one of NBC's stupid or that's really saying something regular guests. He says, quote, she's biased and she's corrupt. Corrupt. Here's Norman ornstein, my former colleague at AEI. Now orange street was always a Democrat and always recognized that AEI to be one of the stupider guys among the scholars there. But they kind of kept him on because he was had the reputation then of being more of a centrist Democrat. He's not anymore. He's one of the worst today. And he too, he implies the judge cannon is engaging in obstruction of justice. The judge, a federal judge, is obstructing justice. Why? Because according to him, the Biden DoJ should be able to proceed unimpeded, unsupervised without any kind of judicial oversight and any judicial obstacles put in their way. This is his definition of obstruction. Harvard Law professor Laurence tribe who can usually be counted to make the most extreme statement that you could possibly make. Basically compares the judge's decision to quote dred Scott or korematsu. Now dred Scott, most of you know, this was the notorious Supreme Court decision. I believe 1857 that essentially affirmed slavery that said that black people don't have any rights that whites need to respect. This is the infamous decision by judge tawney. Koramatsu is the case which essentially resulted in the internment of Japanese Americans into camps during World War II. So these are extreme cases. And yet here is a Harvard Law professor linking a judge who by and large, let's notice here, what is judge Eileen cannon doing she is putting a check on governmental power. If you look at dred Scott and you look at korematsu, those were promiscuous exercises of government power. On the one hand, government supporting the whole regime of slavery in the south, on the other hand, the government actively grabbing these Japanese American families sticking them into camps. Heroes judge cannon basically saying the government needs to have some oversight. We need a special master to look over what the government is doing to make sure that it's legit, that people's rights, the individual in this case, Trump's rights are not being violated. So the point here is that what we're seeing from the left is a complete. Abrogation of the basic respect due to a federal judge. And this is not to say that you can't disagree with the judge's decision that you can't say that listen, if you're on the left, you probably think, well, the Biden administration can be trusted to exercise a kind of responsible sway over these documents. They can certainly distinguish what's a classified document for what's not, a document that is covered by the search to some stuff. Let's say Trump's medical records or tax records have made just inadvertently have been picked up as part of that search, we can trust the government. This is sort of you could make that argument, but that's a whole different matter from saying the judges are crooked. The judges corrupt the judges is basically just like the judges of all that affirm the extension of slavery into the territories struck down the Missouri compromise. This of course is dred Scott, or the judges who dispatched Japanese Americans into internment camps. We see here rhetoric that has become pulled away from detached from any responsible relationship to common sense or balanced judgment. In other words, what I'm saying is that the left has gotten unhinged, something that's not entirely surprising, but we see once again in this case.

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The Left's Demonization of Judge Aileen Cannon

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The Left's Demonization of Judge Aileen Cannon

"The left is all for the rule of law as long as it goes their way. They're all for the democratic processes of our society except when they produce a result or an outcome that they don't like. And recently, a federal judge, Eileen cannon, shot down or struck down the Biden DoJ by saying, we need to have a special master or an independent authority, review the Mar-a-Lago documents to see which of them appropriately belong to the search, and which of them do not, which is to say which of them need to be isolated or returned to Mar-a-Lago because they were seized inappropriately. And the Biden DoJ shrieking, oh, this is gonna jeopardize national security. This is going to cause the end of the world and the judge is like, it's not going to jeopardize national security. The documents are going to stay with the special master is going to be operating on behalf of the government. So the documents are staying with the government. They're not going to be distributed or publicized in any way. But here's the point. Eileen canon is a respected judge. She's of Cuban origin, a mom fled the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. She graduated from duke. She went to the University of Michigan law school, she worked at the Justice Department as a prosecutor. She also was with a leading law firm. She served as an appellate judicial clerk. Ron DeSantis recently pointed out that when she was confirmed as a federal judge, the vote in Florida was 56 to 21, 12 democratic state senators joined Republicans to confirm her to the bench. And yet, if you look at the commentary on her now coming from, well, some of it's coming from lawyers, law professors, media types, they're acting as though this woman is unqualified a complete buffoon and corrupt to boot.

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"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

"Top stories we're following a WTO P, this is D-Day in the United Kingdom, the beginning of the transition from Queen Elizabeth to the second to King Charles the third, Charles addresses the nation today. Today is the deadline imposed by federal district judge aileen cannon to submit a list of prospective special master candidates to review classified documents seized by FBI agents during a search of former president Trump's home that a property of justice has appealed her decision to name a special master. Prince George's county police began enforcing a curfew for kids under 17 tonight and effort to reduce violent crime that curfew requires anyone under 17 to be off the streets between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and between midnight and 5 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Why does concert last night in Toronto Elton John said he said Queen Elizabeth is gone. She's been with me all my life. And I feel very sad that she won't give him any more, but he's on the glass of the president and she deserves to quote bloody God. And he sang his 1974 hit, don't let the sun go down on me. Elton John was knighted by the queen in 1998. At 6 18 let's go back to Jack and the traffic

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"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on WTOP

"Schedule your free estimate today 9 11 the woman who was hit by a car in a parking lot in annandale last week has died 83 year old aileen Garnett and three other people were hit by the out of control car near maple place The others weren't seriously hurt The driver told police she was picking up food that had fallen in her car when she lost control of her vehicle left the road and plowed into the group in the parking lot The case has been presented to the county prosecutor but it isn't clear if the driver has been charged More of old town Alexandria's most popular street is being closed off to cars The stretch of king street between Lee and union streets is a permanent pedestrian only zone and now that zone is being temporarily expanded King street from union street to the strand is being closed to cars along with the northern part of the strand approximately between whales alley and king street The change will last from May 27th through Labor Day September 5th the city says it will work with businesses to address any issues that come up and in late summer it will assess how things went and consider what to do next Michelle bash WTO news The Washington metro rail safety commission is asking whether operator fatigue was to blame for a train overrunning a metro station platform and the doors being opened on the wrong side of the train It happened in January at the fort totten station the commission says it expressed concern about metro's fatigue policy after learning about the incident The operator had worked for 16 hours the day before metro was developing a new fatigue policy Coming up we have some tips to help you cope with news about mass shootings in Buffalo and in Texas It's 9 13 Hi.

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"aileen" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Elvis takes her into the den and is Priscilla says not recognizing indoors from outdoors. She just did what came naturally. And that grandma really lowered the boom on Elvis's head. I've always said, I would pay dear money to hear that lecture probably the only woman who ever spoke truthfully to Elvis Presley. About his jokes and but anyway, he just would get the biggest charge out of doing those kinds of things. But he had a nice view out the back of the house to the pastures and to where the horses were. Absolutely. I mean, like I said, if you've never been to graceland, you think, wow, it's in Memphis. This big city. But when you come to grace, and it's very tranquil. I can not tell you we're in the middle of Memphis here. There is stuff all around us. This has been built up around here. It looks like any other area that has a tourist attraction at it. And we are in the barn and you don't hear a road you don't quiet to be back here. There are houses behind the fence behind us about 200 yards. You hear nothing. I think Elvis loved that so much about being at graceland and being home. This was his home. He had multiple houses in Florida and California and like I said, he spent a lot of time out there, but he just looked forward to being in Memphis and being at home because this is where he could actually be himself and get away from the press and at the time, I guess you would call them paparazzi even though they didn't probably think they were. But this was his place to actually call home. Aileen, there are a lot of barn managers planning stalls right now that are going not only do the horses have it good. You've got it pretty good too as a barn manager job. This one's not bad. Well, it is unique. Now, you don't get the ride the horses though. So that's kind of a negative when you're a horse person. Well, but you probably do you have your own? I do not have much. I think too. You were a horse person. And was teaching school and in 1982, grace will help him being an Elvis fan, couldn't wait to get here. All school teachers have two jobs. So I hired him as a tour guide in 1982. And found 5 horses in need of some special attention..

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"aileen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:39 min | 8 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Technology I'm Emily Chang in San Francisco big tech making a big comeback Let's get an update with our creedy Gupta Katie what do we see Yeah Emily one of the big questions I think in the market is is the bottom end Is that selling that we saw at the start of the year Is it over Well maybe take a look at this chart you are actually seeing This is the S&P 500 information technology sector after a 15% drop It's actually paired back some of those losses with halfway back in that one of the big drivers of that is of course going to be your big tech names And I really want to take a look at what that performance looks like not just in the last three weeks One of the last 6 months because there is a clear outperformer even in the big tech space and it is Apple It is Microsoft This hardware companies outperforming the social media companies the ones that are essentially more exposed to the economic cycle to that business spending alphabet in the green but only about two and a half percent over 6 months And of course meta platforms the real laggard here losing 36% of its value in the last 6 months at least according to its stock price But let's talk about what else is impacted by these big tech moves It's not just these companies It's semiconductors as well and I love to look at this gauge because that means to me kind of show a magnified approach of what you're seeing in big tech of semis where you bound big tech kind of follows its lead So semi is actually the socks the next had hit a bottle out before the broader index in and for me that was a big kind of gauge of whether or not the bottom is in And for now looking at those technical levels bouncing off of its 14 day RSI it does actually look like some have paired back some of those losses too So Emily things are looking good for now Let's hope they stay that way for the bowls All right pretty thanks for the update Meantime software tool maker product board is the latest company to hit prized unicorn status becoming number 1000 But what does it mean today to be one in a field of 1000 unicorns That phrase emerged nearly a decade ago when startups worth a $1 billion were rare and treasured but with startups and investors looking to give the next successful company its horn we may need to revisit what is and isn't a true unicorn Joining us now the investor who coined that term aileen Lee founder and managing partner of cowboy ventures aileen great to have you back with us So curious how that number 1000 unicorns Now strikes you when there were only 39 unicorns back in 2013 and when you coined that term I know Well thanks for having family I'm super happy to be here Now I guess I will point out that when we did the analysis in 2013 it was just a U.S. based list So the thousand list is about half U.S. half international so it's really maybe like 500 to 39 but still it is quite an amazing growth in the number of unicorns Should a unicorn still be a $1 billion company or do we need to raise the bar Should it be a $2 billion company I know this question comes up a lot Look it's still super rare and very hard to achieve So yeah I think what's exciting is that kind of the ceiling has been lifted So I mean when the first analysis was done there was only one company worth over a $100 billion Now there's a bunch of them right So I think the markets for tech companies have gotten bigger their global sadly you know the pandemic has inflicted so much pain on all of us but it's also kind of like cemented this opening for software and technology to become a bigger part of this scaffolding of our life So I think tech will continue to grow as a sector and the composition of the list has changed and I think that's really good for tech But it's still really hard I mean the probability is still extremely rare if you start a company that raises venture capital for you to achieve evaluation of over a $1 billion And it's also harder than ever to keep it there And to keep it I mean just look at all the terminal going on in the market right now The sustainability of staying in that zone for a long time is hard Does that mean you don't think that private markets are overheated 'cause I hear over and over again that valuations are just too high And there's so much money that flowing in It's both I think the yes I mean I remember a time when companies traded at 5 times revenue right Sass it's like hasn't happened in a long time So the multiples are pretty big relative to where they have lived but a lot of the companies have grown into the valuations because the markets are so big I mean when you I mean I know meta has been having a really rocky start to the year but just look at the revenue that that company drives I remember when people laughed at Facebook raising at a $100 million valuation Because people were like how will they ever make money It's free No one will buy ads on Facebook I mean the amount of revenue they drive is incredible So we're looking at some of these private companies that are striped $95 billion SpaceX a $100 billion still haven't gone public Do you condone the use of the word deca corn Is that good for the next phase You know it's funny like in that piece that we wrote we used like mega unicorn I think and deck of corn I was reading I think sent a corn Yeah Crunchbase was using like tricorn and quadri corn things like that Whatever people want to use this cool with me The first place so it's kind of I know it's annoying to some but it's useful I guess A whole breed of corns have been born I gotta ask you you're also the founder of all rays you're one of the biggest champions for getting more women into VC more women entrepreneurs funded We just got a really honestly kind of a depressing statistic that women founders got just 2% of VC funding last year Why is that Given all of the momentum the talk the work that you and always have done to change this Yeah we've got a lot of work to do When we covet when we found it all rays we said this is a marathon And we can not let up because we have centuries of bias to undo and not just tack and not just finance but pretty much in every sector of the economy in healthcare and law and government in advertising There's just a ton of disproportionate power held in the hands of institutions that have a lot of embedded bias So I think we are making progress on the funding side in terms of changing the composition of the VC industry We have grown it and I'm hoping that that's a leading indicator and that founders will follow But yeah we are not making as much progress from a dog in the background sorry All right meantime we're not making as much progress as we need to for female founders And so I think everyone in whatever job they have to examine the ways that they can make a positive difference with who they hire how they have one on ones how they promote who they give projects to There's ways that everyone can have an impact on making it more fair So let's talk about having an impact What trends are you doubling down on in seed these days Are you excited for example about the metaverse Or is that overhyped I think the metaverse is just like what does that mean really If you mean the metaverse like are we all gonna be wearing VR's headsets and staying in our houses all the time I think that's if we're lucky enough to emerge from our caves after this pandemic I think at least for the next three to 5 years people are going to be more excited to engage in real life than ever before Restaurants hospitality travel fashion I think that's people miss real life experience I think actually the experience economy and the access economy is going to boom Now where people are going to live both like the unicorns of the future what countries they're in what cities are and that's going to change So I do think that the software that actually scaffolds ability to communicate with each other And the ability to collaborate and work wherever we are that is going to continue to grow like crazy And also vertical software whether it's in healthcare and EdTech where I think those are categories that if you look at the original uniform analysis even FinTech was a tiny component of the list of U.S. based unicorns and now it's a huge component I think we're rebuilding the infrastructure and kind of the rails of all the major categories of our industry and I think Larry from BlackRock made a comment about how he thinks a big component of the next set of unicorns is going to be energy talk I hope that's true too All right we'll be watching Eileen Lee We're gonna let you get back with your dog who's been hanging out there Cowboy ventures that I'm.

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"aileen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gonna talk about what it means to be a unicorn today in the ever expanding club of unicorns cowboy ventures founder aileen Lee who came up with that term 9 years ago We'll join us This is Bloomberg There are a lot of ways to look at the world right now Interesting that you've got an overweight on Hong Kong and the more of them you can access the better What has to be his strategy Perspective Who's doing school best clarity How do we get it so that the benefits get to everybody Expertise He seems to have exactly the right combination It's character plus policy Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Economics All this doom and gloom is out there finding Do you see this as a technical correction What are you looking at to give you some sort of compass through this period The Bloomberg surveillance podcast lots and lots of talk about what the fed should and shouldn't do Lisa everyone's in the names that shaped the world's markets Speak with professor schiller of Yale University Bloomberg surveillance Listen today at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcast.

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"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"And when I was editing my own noticing that I always said that, I stopped saying it. Or I would say like a lot more than I don't think that I say like ever. I never say like or at least I think so. Until I edit my own, then I say, wow, this is driving me crazy. Why do I say that so much? You know, okay, so like, I didn't realize how often I said it until I edited my own. And I think it helped me to be a better speaker by doing less of it because I now have to be more conscious. So there's a lot that we learn by editing our own and just don't think that everybody needs to. But I think if you do, you'll probably learn something. So we talked about the most valuable. Let's talk about the biggest challenge you've ever had. Like the absolute hardest thing you've ever dealt with since having a podcast. What would that be? I think the hardest thing was actually just getting started with the podcast. It's funny because we had talked about, I had brought up the idea to sail well before we started the podcast. And I said, I think it's a great idea to do a podcast. But we never actually took the steps to actually get it started with. It was always just an idea. And I'd be like, oh, this would be a good idea to put it into the podcast. But getting past that mindset and actually just getting started with it was the biggest hurdle because there were so many things holding us back from it. And then when we actually got past it and we thought to ourselves, well, we don't want to regret not ever trying. Because what's the worst thing that could happen is we just stop the podcast. But if we never actually took the effort and we never took the actions to actually do it, like later on, we're going to look back and we're like, I wish I just did it because I can always stop any time. That's the worst thing. But if I never actually do it, I would always have that regret. I would always like think it back. Like, what happened if I did this? And I think that that's the worst thing. Yeah. Thank you. That's hitting hard. I'm really glad that you mentioned that. So the hardest thing really was starting it. But you overcame it because you knew that you had to start it. Outside of.

"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"And you really have to make that determination because where is your time most valuable? It's not editing the podcasting. There's other people who are so much better at it who are going to help you be so much stronger as a team. So why not do it? You're able to grow faster, you're able to spend other time where your time is much more valuable doing other things. Yeah. And with Salah, for example, well, two things that need to be said. Number one, we're not technically faster than sailor. It's like 16 hours per episode versus four. But if we just use that for was working like around 20 hours, a week on editing these 5 episodes a week, right? Yes. And we have our full-time jobs. And so we were getting up to the very wire almost all the time releasing episodes because we would be scrambling the night before. We're like, okay, we have to get this out. And so he would be working really, really late into the night, just trying to finish an episode so we can post it. And that we wouldn't miss a day. Yeah. So interesting. So we don't just charge a tiny bit of money for our services. It's around a 150 bucks an episode. Well, you guys are doing more. I think the price might come down for you. But the point would be, if I'm a listener, and I want to start a podcast, I want to have a podcast. How do I know if spending around a 150 $175? Per episode makes sense for me. Like where do we determine if it's money well spent? First of all, you need to look at how much is your time worth. If you're spending the $150 per episode, but if you break it down by hour, how much time you yourself are spending on editing the podcast on your own, it's not that much for how much time you and your team are putting into each episode. And so when you're calculating, you're like, well, if my cost per hour, I was forced this to somebody else who can do it better for this class. My time is spent doing other things that I could grow bigger. I can focus more on the other side of the business. And eventually the rewards later on. But it's really changing that mindset because what is your time worth? And so where is your time better spent as a real question? I had another person on the podcast, I leaned that was also for a while editing their own show. And we actually found that one of the activities that they did, they would make like $30,000 an hour on. It was closing on new deals and getting an acquisition fee for a syndication. But the point is this guy figured out that he was making like $30,000 an hour on some of the things that he could do. If that's the case for you guys, if it's 30,000 per hour or if it's even.

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"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Grow your show dot com. And just let us know that this was episode 117. What your name is, and we will add you to actually win some free shit. Some good shit. The good shit. All right, with that said, I don't want to interrupt the episode too much because I know that the episode also has a ton of value. So let's jump right in. And today I'm joined with a friend. Somebody that I've known for quite a while. Eileen Pratt, her husband Saleh started a podcast quite a while back. It's called how did they do it real estate? It's a real estate investing podcast. And I remember when they reached out to me and said that they wanted me to be.

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"aileen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"aileen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Every weekday we're telling stories of women from around the world and throughout history. But you may not know about but should. Each month is themed. This month, we're talking about troublemakers and villains. Recovering stories from across a spectrum from women who made good trouble to women who thrived in illicit industries to villains in the truest sense of the word. All of the women were covering had a major impact on the societies in which they lived. Today's episode contains mentions of sexual assault. If you're listening with young children, you may want to sit this one out. Today we're talking about an American serial killer. Not only was she a villain, she was also a victim. Her violence reflecting a lifetime of abuse. Let's talk about Aileen Wuornos. Aileen Wuornos was born on a leap year. February 29th, 1956, in Rochester, Michigan. From the start, her life was tumultuous. Her parents were both very young when they got married and began having children. By the time aileen was born, her father was surfing time in prison for molesting a child. He later died by suicide. When Eileen was four years old, her mother left, too, abandoning a lean in her older brother. The siblings were sent to live with their grandparents who were also not equipped to raise children. During this period of her life, a lean encountered horrific abuse. Her grandmother was an alcoholic. Her grandfather, along with other family members and local men, sexually abused aileen. It completely altered aileen's view of what affection meant. By the age of 11, she'd started trading sexual favors for cigarettes, beer, and money. When aileen was 14 years old, she gave birth to what would be her only child. And gave the baby up for adoption. Around that same time, she spent extended periods away from home, often hitchhiking around the country. Fed up with her constant disappearances. Aileen's grandparents kicked her out of the house. She was left to fend for herself. Aileen lived in the Woods for years before moving to Florida in the mid 1970s to work as a sex worker. She had her fair share of run ins with the law for things like assault and disorderly conduct. At one point, aileen married 69 year old Louis fell, a yacht club president. The marriage lasted just 9 weeks. After it ended, aileen went back to sex work. In 1986, alien began a romantic relationship with Tyra Moore. Aileen supported them both with sex work. For extra money, aileen and tyros sold stolen items at pawn shops across Florida. Compared to what came next for aileen, this was a petty crime. Between December of 1989 and November of 1990, aileen murdered 7 men. Each man, except for one whose body was never recovered, was found in the Woods off the Florida highway. The cause of death was always the same. Gunshot wounds to the torso. The only victim who suffered a gunshot to the head was Charles Humphries, a former state child abuse investigator and chief of police. The murdered men's backgrounds were similar. They were all white men between the ages of 40 and 65. And they all stalked the Florida highways looking for women to pick up and solicit for sex. Police eventually caught up with alien in Port Orange, Florida. Tyra, aileen's partner got Eileen's confession in exchange for her own freedom. But aileen's story towed the line between fact and fiction. Throughout her trial, aileen's testimony continuously changed. The one consistency was this in every case she said, whether she was attacked or not, she was acting in self defense. It was clear that aileen was unstable and deeply troubled. But the news portrayed a lean as a temptress who gleefully murdered. The truth is more complicated. Aileen killed 7 people. She was also a victim. She'd spent her life watching men control and abused women and get away with it. While in prison, she wrote in a letter to feminist academic and psychologist, Phyllis chessler. I am a female who has been raped and the male dominant world is laughing. They've succeeded to putting me in the chair to prove that men can and will do as they want to us women of America. Aileen's case pulled back the curtain on the dangerous lives of sex workers. Women often neglected by the mainstream. She knew her situation was shared by many, and believed in using her story to call attention to violence against women. On January 27th, 1992, a jury found aileen guilty of first degree murder. She received the death penalty. A decade later, on October 9th, 2002, Aileen Wuornos was executed by lethal injection..

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"aileen" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"aileen" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"She leaves them. She's not sure and they're not either to call coda. Its title an acronym for child of deaf adults. A story about a deaf family is to miss the point. It's about a family period albeit one facing specific challenges. There are a lot of people who think deaf people are all the same. This is just one type of death. Family matlin says the family in coda as part of a small town. Fishing community have made choices that other families might not. They have limited contact with the hearing world partly because they know they can rely on ruby to interpret for them using asl. And because she can hear she can pick up instances in which her father. Frank and older brother. Leo played by troy kotsar and daniel durant respectively. Both of whom are deaf. Aren't getting fair prices for what. They catch their hardworking people. They're very close knit. They depend on each other. It just so happens that they depend on their hearing daughter because of where they live matlin says one thing i love about this film and then i hope most people will see is that death families are just like any other families out there. It just takes one person to make a change and suddenly the whole family dynamic changes and there's a great story in that the point matlin says is that you can get good stories no matter what kind of character you put on screen. And she's been lucky enough to work with producers directors and writers who felt that way people like aileen chicken and david e kelley creators have respectively the l word and picket fences to shows on which he's had recurring roles and from two thousand to two thousand six. She played no baloney pollster. Joey lucas on the west wing. A character whose great at her job and also happens to be death madeline concedes that there's more openness to the portrayal of deaf characters on television than in movies probably at least in part because taking chances on television involves less financial risk with the atra goal releases. They're thinking about boxoffice and about reaching the largest audience possible. The biggest common denominator matlin says i think deaf characters. Don't fit into that. And i think it needs to stop she notes to that even if television has been more generally inclusive. We haven't seen an ensemble of deaf characters. Carry a television show or movie as they do in coda and even that presented something of a battle matlin was one of the first actors cast for the movie. And when heater faced pressure from some of our producers to cast a hearing actor in the role of frank matlin put her foot down. You can't have hearing actors play deaf character. She says regardless of how big a name you put in there or boxoffice playing a deaf character is not a costume. You can put on or take off at the end of the day. It's even possible of course to rewrite a hearing character to be death thus creating a role for a deaf actor but matlin found the idea of casting a hearing actor in this particular role outrageous and threatened to leave the movie. I don't really have the luxury to do that all the time she says. But in this case. I knew it wasn't right. I believe in this. And i fought even through that dismal life flatten or known as the zoom screen. Matlin is a radiant passionate presence simultaneously magnetic and open the kind of person you'd want to sit right next to on the first day of grade school her longtime business partner in sign language interpreter. Jack jason was also present on the call. But you also wouldn't want to mess with our as a working actor and an activist..

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"aileen" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"aileen" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"Page. They said little. Facebook page though setup little facebook page and see what happens and see if there's some kind of appetite for us author four months i got back into Says since i last spoke to you. I have been in the newspapers on tv. I've done all of this amazing stuff. And i have to has people following when page in four months which is pretty incredible and i signed my book contracts the following week so it was pretty quick and i got introduced to you because oscar is a little bit older than my quadruplets. So you had already published the first book. The baby lead feeding. Cut book when i was like looking for resources like okay. I'm interested in learning how to do. Baby led weaning. Because i struggled a ton of spoon feeding my oldest and i had quadruplets and i was like i'm gonna do baby led weaning but there weren't a ton of resources out there so your book was like the bible to me and i absolutely love love. Loved your book and i've been using ever since i recommended all the time it's on amazon. I'm going to be sure to linked to it in the show notes. But you have a second book as well. Which is the baby-friendly family cookbook. Is there a difference between the books so both books have recipes in them forbade lead waiting for what i did with the second book was. I took all of the questions that i had received in relation to the first book things dash. I could've improved with us like having a male plan or having some sort of symbols that signified whether recipes for freezer friendly lunch fox friendly and baby led weaning friendly because they were the questions. I got asked all the time on the first book and it was the first time i don a book so it was complete learning curve for me so the second book. I made sure that all of those questions were answered. I catch a spreadsheet tonight added things to us on. I've turned below. Sea team comes to. It's why we're friends. Ilena also have terrible. Ocd but also i think in the second book. It has american recipe with right conversions. Yeah yeah that was a huge thing for me and my first book because my publisher was supposed to send the bulkin tried to get into the us and then it never happens but your book is super popular here the first book i mean it's so big you can buy it on amazon. You have to look up how to do the conversions or you waste. It's not like a huge deal. I mean i use it all the time. i didn't even realize i wanted to create staffers. The bulk of the us version would have the conversions us. But it's just never it never happens. Unfortunately i'm like. I brought at the second books thinking. If i have those conversions in there it will make it a little bit easier but my publisher took over there so i think if i if i am going to do another bulk i'd like to do with. Us code shirt about my aim. Says i'm not listening. So i lean one of the areas. That's a real sticking point for parents are sauces so we always ate feeding dry foods like dry proteins and drive. You can't feed dry foods to babies dry foods are choking hazards the more moisture. We can add. The we reduce the choking russo. Always say you'll pancakes. We got a top with a dipper or a sauce or a topper gave us some basic ideas on sauces. Because i think it's such a pain point for parents. They don't know how to make sausage because commercial sauce. Too much salt in them for babies allegedly so in terms of snacking kind of sauce. Even kinda going to breakfast. I would've done like preloaded spoons with yogurt. So that's kind of saucy. I would put in some mashed bruce mc look And you're still.

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"aileen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"aileen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"By chef this report is sponsored by Amazon photos download the free app today seven Aileen Whelan cold and damp this morning the rains out of here but temperatures in the upper thirties to lower forties and it's going to be another cool day on this first day of April highs in the mid fifties with mostly cloudy skies we'll see brighter skies tomorrow with sunshine and highs around sixty I'm eighty seven Amazon photos invites you to share a smile for your chance to win up to a one thousand dollar Amazon gift card visit Amazon dot com slash share a smile for rules and how to answer and make sure you download the free Amazon photos app today she is please one thank you for waking up on this Wednesday morning with ninety seven point one wash FM Washington's variety of the eighties nineties and today were talking in Chile in the morning so yesterday guys when I was walking clover one of the multiple times that I take him out and walking because that's good cardio and I'm a responsible dad of a pets I noticed that one of our neighbors where we live producer Kayla I had to put up a sign in the window and it was imagine the kids coloring right on multiple pieces of paper flanked by two American flags we will get through this together and I was like all I had to stop and take a picture of it it moved me chilly it moved me well you know we over the weekend when we're doing sidewalk chalk.

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"aileen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"aileen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"A joke D. dot com this report is sponsored by remax I maybe see settings Aileen Whelan after a little patchy fog this morning we'll have a nice mix of sun and clouds today high temperatures right around seventy hello breezy to windy at times cool tonight lows in the forties and then tomorrow cooler mid fifties for daytime highs with mostly cloudy skies I maybe see sevens Eileen Whalen when you're ready to buy a home whether it's your first second next door forever home you need a re Max agents remax agents have the experience the tools and the knowledge to guide you every step of the way don't worry they've done this a million times download the new remax app today thanks thank only one station plays awesome songs from the eighties and today's biggest headlines ninety seven point one wash FM we do you bring back all the memories of everything we've been through two thousand Jews bring and the memories is it with news this this is but then the only the memories of everything we've been through the memories and the memories is it this it is all the memories and memories in the morning it is ninety seven point one wash FM thank you for waking up with us as we enter week number three of the new normal if I forget to use this like we cover two or number what were you told to socially distance and stay at home like right out of the gate when all of this started or did that like a couple days later governor sort of started to encourage it before Virginia's governor I live by either way it's at least two weeks and and just like a lot of people you know when the weekend gets here you just feel the need to go do something somewhere because the weather was nice yesterday those beautiful and you know what I'm gonna tell you the truth I had to go pick up some groceries for my daughter and we couldn't find something that she was looking for a friendly neighborhood grocery store so I might have taken the long way.

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"aileen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"aileen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the same day then south African born actress Charlize Theron has a history of undergoing physical transformation for her role she gained thirty pounds to play serial killer Aileen Wuornos in monster and won an Oscar for the parts and in her recent navy bomb shell it's pathetic only leads and a low would headline that aid her playing fox news anchor Megyn Kelly from shell which there are no se produce dramatizes the real life flight in twenty sixteen by Megan Kelly fellow has Gretchen Carlson played by Nicole Kidman and other journalists at the conservative fox news channel to expose sexual harassment by the station chief Roger ailes when Gretchen is spotted from folks and hello suits becomes public knowledge female staff react to the social media criticism of Kelly and her colleagues warden Gretchen quit and so instead of suing only after she got fired what and she complained why didn't she complained really he means the anonymous hotline there's a line yeah I did the harassment seminar twice I never heard about Holland they have a contractual right to monitor our communications hotline in this building is like a complete box in occupied Paris sacred telling women go on speak up for yourself just know the entire network is with Roger no one will believe you the call you a liar the BBC's John Wilson asks Charlize Theron if she had any qualms about playing famous fox news channel anchor Megan Kelly if this was the Megan Kelly story I don't think that would be something I would be interested in we just wanted to tell the truth of what happened there and what they did was extraordinary now they might have some flaws but this thing that they did was extraordinary and you can still tell that extraordinary part of the story through characters who are maybe not that easy to wrap your arms around I think that makes for more interesting story telling does it bring an added pressure the given that she is such a high profile public figure and she's somebody who obviously a in America is very very well known you had process exiting the because your eyes of very different on screen yeah we have very different eyes she yeah I mean I think ultimately that was my biggest obstacle to overcome because I just I've played real life people button and never anybody who is this known and contemporary known like she's out there right now and people know her really well and they either love or they hate it but they know her really well and she is a very specific speech pattern the way she carries herself her speed of speech is oh my god I can you can barely keep up so all of those things were things that I realized we had to kind of get as right as we possibly could so that people could forget about whether I was wearing prosthetics or whether I was making my voice sound weird or whether I was speaking really fast all of those things had to be eliminated within the first five minutes of the movie given the as you've already said this is not the Megan Kelly stories about a broader picture and a very complex a corporate web going on what was happening behind the scenes of fox news over many years and the expectations put upon women those women in the front line the anchors did it give you a different kind of insight into the way that that corporate culture working did it give you more of a sense of empathy for the women that had to work under that regime yeah I mean I think this whole project was just an embassy journey for all of us but it is sadly not a story that feels like it lives in a silo and that's I think is greater power why this film I think is speaking to so many people because you can see so much of this toxic environment and so many different workplaces and I think that's the unfortunate thing about sexual harassment in general we luckily now find ourselves in a place where this story these stories are being told now when there's a climate for a real conversation that's happening in real time and that I've never been part of you know I did a sexual harassment movie in two thousand and four and the actual landmark case took place four years prior and people called it a period film and it was this idea that you know sexual harassment was in the past and it's dealt with and it's really heartbreaking because it's it's breathing and alive and well what's really interesting watching this film is you you think it's so different now this couldn't happen these days and yet the events that we watch you portrayed on screen all Roni a few years ago and many of the characters not least trump whose interview by making Kelly in that famous interview and we have Lachlan Murdoch James Rupert Murdoch himself at the end well that any legal constraints any legal difficulties in that the portrayal of people who to help hold so much power yes I mean it when you make a movie like this a friend of mine said something so fantastic and it's so true he said you have to put on your flight jacket and you have to lean into it like you to seek you cannot make a film like this and be scared or not be ready not be prepared so we were prepared for everything Charlize Theron talking about her movie bomb shell that which in my humble opinion is good time bosses we would say in India but not an exceptional film to will scan winning actresses in one movie though and it's about a very important story how would now call it a me to film you heard the actress that talking about how difficult it is to play a contemporary public fica what works and what doesn't well my guess from today's out tell our Russian comedian and playwright eagle their sin and Indian author I. defy on a Fatah difficult to feel like this be made in India and would it feel cinemas I DO tank on order biopics have been made recently particularly concerning politicians I thank but there is a sort of a different sort of agenda as to buy these films are being made because they want to promote a certain politician on a certain ideology and I think it's not really coming 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