35 Burst results for "Alexis"
"alexis" Discussed on Killer Role
"Hello. I'm Andrea canning with a preview from our latest podcast, dateline, missing in America. Here's the story of Alexis ware. Cool Chris bear was settling in across South Carolina. Inside her Greenville apartment, 29 year old Alexis ware snuggled into bed. It was Sunday, January 30th, 2022. After a three day visit at her mom's house, the exhausted mother of two laid her head down on the pillow for an afternoon nap. The weekend had been filled with family, food, and lots of love and hugs. But was winding down, and a fresh start to a new week was on the horizon. But before Alexis closed her eyes, her phone rang, it was her mom. As usual, she was checking in on Alexis to make sure she made it home safe and sound after her 80 mile drive home. When she left, she told me that she was just exhausted. And when I felt like she should be home, I called her. So that was around 3 o'clock. And she answered her phone right away. We were on video, so I could see that she was in her bed. That's Alexis's mother, Alberta. And she said, mom, I'm just so tired. She saw him land out taking a nap. And I call you when I get up. That never happened. Alberta gray simpkins hasn't spoken to her daughter since that video call, hasn't laid eyes on Alexis's smile and pierce dimples. Alberta is haunted because while Alexis spent quality time with family that weekend, it hadn't exactly been the peaceful getaway she'd hoped for. She just wasn't herself her mom remembered. Alexis had told her she was afraid, afraid of something, or someone. And maybe she had good reason. After that, Alexis wear vanished. It's all very confusing to her family, but one thing her mom knows for sure without a doubt. Alexis didn't leave on her own. She would never leave her kids. And that's how I knew something was wrong. She would have just never left her kids like that. And this is the longest her children has been without her. Now, her family has questions. I feel that he knows more than what he's telling us, yes. As investigators follow a trail of clues. Did it suggest possible foul play? Maybe it is uncommon that you would leave something like that behind in a vehicle. The missing persons case of Alexis ware, a devoted mother of two, is a mystery. But you might hold the final puzzle piece in the picture of what happened to her. Maybe you can help crack a case that has left her family in an agonizing limbo. I'm still confused. It's a lot of questions that I want answered. It just.
Man United loses 2-1 to Brighton in Ten Hag's 1st EPL game
"Manchester United was a two one loser to Brighton at Old Trafford and manager Eric ten hawks debut as manager Pascal grows scored twice on tippins in the first half as Brighton made United's defense vulnerable gross put brighten ahead in the 30th minute off a pass from Danny walbeck Ten hogg elected to open the game without Ronaldo who finally left the bench in the 52nd minute United's players were booed off at halftime and at the final whistle United's only tally came on an own goal by Alexis mcallister in the 68th minute I'm Dave ferry
Pride parades march on with new urgency across US
"Pride parades took place around the country Sunday amid new fears about the erosion of freedoms one through decades of activism In New York City pride organizers moved Planned Parenthood and the girl scouts to the front of their march after the Supreme Court overturned roe co organizer Sue doster Women's rights are LGBTQ rights Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson says this is the future of the fight We have an opportunity right now to build an entirely new multi generational multi inclusive multi ethnic multiracial beautiful moment around freedom that I think is going to be the future actor and activist Cynthia Nixon also marched They came for abortion today They're coming for same sex marriage and contraception tomorrow I'm Julie Walker at the New York City pride march
What is going on?: The Ultimatum S1 - burst 02
"Yeah, I think it was that she wanted to wait until they were engaged to move in and he was like, I think not on the same page and that one. I think he wanted to live in. Which I think not wanting to move in before your engage is the one time I felt like Alexis said anything semi reasonable, purely because I think it would be so messy to move in with a boyfriend and then we break up, you know? If you've already put a ring on it, it's a lot cleaner. You probably won't be moving out. So I agreed with Alexis on that. Everything else she said, I was like, I might be a misogynist. Women hating women. I don't know what's happening to me. So I was talking to someone about this show and they brought up a really good point about Alexis. That Netflix has the same archetype of person on every season. So like, love is blind like Shana. Yeah. Like they're very similar. Season one had a Shana too who's also an Alexis of love is blind. No, it's just like the same person over and over again. Their goal in having a machine or a Lexus worked a lot better than love is blind since trainers until the very end. Right. But I mean, in Alexa, this case, she was out of there episode two, basically.
What is going on?: The Ultimatum S1 - burst 02
"Which I think not wanting to move in before your engage is the one time I felt like Alexis said anything semi reasonable, purely because I think it would be so messy to move in with a boyfriend and then we break up, you know? If you've already put a ring on it, it's a lot cleaner. You probably won't be moving out. So I agreed with Alexis on that. Everything else she said, I was like, I might be a misogynist. Women hating women. I don't know what's happening to me. So I was talking to someone about this show and they brought up a really good point about Alexis. That Netflix has the same archetype of person on every season. So like, love is blind like Shana. Yeah. Like they're very similar. Season one had a Shana too who's also an Alexis of love is blind. No, it's just like the same person over and over again. Their goal in having a machine or a Lexus worked a lot better than love is blind since trainers until the very end. Right. But I mean, in Alexa, this case, she was out of there episode two, basically.
What is going on?: The Ultimatum S1 - burst 02
"Oh, and that was another thing with them, that they hadn't moved in together, and he was like offering that or something. She wanted to wait until they were engaged, I think, right? Okay. I don't remember exactly if it was what it was, but there was an issue with them not living together. Yeah, I think it was that she wanted to wait until they were engaged to move in and he was like, I think not on the same page and that one. I think he wanted to live in. Which I think not wanting to move in before your engage is the one time I felt like Alexis said anything semi reasonable, purely because I think it would be so messy to move in with a boyfriend and then we break up, you know? If you've already put a ring on it, it's a lot cleaner. You probably won't be moving out. So I agreed with Alexis on that. Everything else she said, I was like, I might be a misogynist. Women hating women. I don't know what's happening to me. So I was talking to someone about this show and they brought up a really good point about Alexis. That Netflix has the same archetype of person on every season. So like, love is blind like Shana. Yeah. Like they're very similar. Season one had a Shana too who's also an Alexis of love is blind. No, it's just like the same person over and over again. Their goal in having a machine or a Lexus worked a lot better than love is blind since trainers until the very end. Right. But I mean, in Alexa, this case, she was out of there episode two,
What is going on?: The Ultimatum S1
"She wanted to wait until they were engaged, I think, right? Okay. I don't remember exactly if it was what it was, but there was an issue with them not living together. Yeah, I think it was that she wanted to wait until they were engaged to move in and he was like, I think not on the same page and that one. I think he wanted to live in. Which I think not wanting to move in before your engage is the one time I felt like Alexis said anything semi reasonable, purely because I think it would be so messy to move in with a boyfriend and then we break up, you know? If you've already put a ring on it, it's a lot cleaner. You probably won't be moving out. So I agreed with Alexis on that. Everything else she said, I was like, I might be a misogynist. Women hating women. I don't know what's happening to me. So I was talking to someone about this show and they brought up a really good point about Alexis. That Netflix has the same archetype of person on every season. So like, love is blind like Shana. Yeah. Like they're very similar. Season one had a Shana too who's also an Alexis of love is blind. No, it's just like the same person over and over again.
"alexis" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"Less of customers, it was detrimental to everybody, man. Well, it was hard, but we see that. That's insane. Really back into you guys but you guys survived that and thrived again. Huge new blue House. Yeah, when you guys enjoyed. That was huge. When you guys entered the limited occupancy inside, then we had the octopus outside too. So it was kind of a great wash. Again, we purchased those back in like July. You purchased them before. That was really brilliant one of our thinking. And at the time, the money was a lot of money. We didn't want to purchase them. Sure. We need to buy them now. What's a decision? But they weren't allowed until November. Yeah, but it was brilliant. Murphy just decided that week before we got rid of the tent, and then we started putting the tents up. We put the eagles up. It was like within a week. So every day was a new day as the time we had to go. When quarantine happened every day was a new day, he had to readapt every day. What are we doing? What are we doing with today? One week we had a time. And a whole production put it up. It was a lot of money. Outside, you got to get an expected and then two weeks later and then the tens down. That was probably the most something where we actually wasted money on those. Alexis, what you were saying? No, they don't want to say that the igloos were brilliant. Something that's interesting that nobody thought of before coming. They're so brilliant. You know what? Next march Alexis is going to come and take us. Everybody did the work for me. All the joys of Legos. I didn't realize until COVID and this was a thing. Again, hashtag nerd alert. Hence in New Jersey are only allowed between April and November. Because of sto load and it was not a thing that we had to worry about. Again, until COVID. Again, we didn't know about, but so when you guys introduced those igloos, again, I'm standing on the sidelines on my insta or like my Facebook going, oh, that's brilliant. I'm doing that. We planned on doing that. Covert or not. Yeah. We planned on getting eagles. We were going to buy them regardless of the COVID. Right. Then we could spend more money. So then we're just thankful we bought them when we did. And again, we didn't get them until we should have. We didn't get them. 'cause y'all kind of led the industry in that way. I remember that. Yeah. It was very forward thinking and folks. We made it fun, you know? People that wanted to go out in the winter. Have fun with a deer. Right here to laying down. Now I know we talked about naming the brew equipment. You also named your sanitizer too. Oh, my sanitizer gun. Yeah, yeah. Is it Dorothy? No, I never Dottie. Dottie. There's a Bruce Willis fans out there. That was the sanitizer going for the inside of the table. Peroxide time missed thing that they burst it out. It wasn't up to the asteroid from the hit movie Armageddon because much of the asteroid. In which there was no escape. I love you. I love you, daddy. She never says that in that movie. Why are you looking at me when you said that? Bitch. From which there is no. He saw the ponytail. Right now. As long as he is prepared, he's not looking at you. He's looking at the hair. Oh my God. You do not. You do not ruin every stamper is a saint first of all. He is a saint and when AJ frost is written on that oil, you can get the hell you want. But until your name is very similar, this is my orders. An episode of seed. This guy knows all names. I can't help but remember quotes from all movies to me. As you can see, you're like, Dottie after Bruce Willis. And him, we should have a showdown. We should have a trivia showdown. For quotes, a movie quotes. I got money on Cody because he's my best friend. Ellen John concert with John Lennon. I was there. He was doing so. Was he there yet? We were talking about it. We were at the very end of this party. We're here. There's two people here from that concert. How many more people are there? I know you and Mike. I wasn't there. Well, it's 19. What do you mean? But he was 15. He was 15. I was a little bit older than him. All right. All right, so he was 15. But we were just talking about two people here from that concert, man. Canadians say that around? No. How many people that were older? But it would just say they were there, but they weren't. Right, now he says the same thing. No. He starts the tickets up too. That I don't have. What was your first concert? Fiona Apple, electric factory. Really? I was 13, which made it not going here, are we? Wow. 1996. Oh, man. Cody, Cody's young. He's 30. Backstreet Boys? The first concert was Mike posner. Who the fuck is this? So you had a bad day. You went and saw him? No, that's not him either, but no. I'm trying to remember the song that my poser came out with, but I'm not sure it's first. He went to concert, but do you know what it is? He should have been quiet on that one. You got to turn your Neil Young card down there. It's worse, actually. I want to hear mine. Do you want to hear mine? Mike captain and tennille..
"alexis" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"Come to another situation. Cody opens his eyes, and I'm putting a helmet on him. I'm like, no, you just won't let me die. Damn it. No. Finish him. You better do his work. I keep in mind these are Star Wars Star Wars. Never seen the movie. Everyone had a question about the level of nerves. Maybe a couple. He should have said to me, Cody broke my ring finger. I did. I'm sorry, not even a little bit. I hate you. I think he's on video too. We're going to move on to our next and this one our friend Tori Fisher from backward flag actually co hosted this little segment with me. And one of the main topics of this segment is Don's glorious glorious amazing people. It's an amazing ponytail. Alexis. Alexis has been taking great pictures. We'll have to create a strong, I don't know, because I've always seen one, so she maybe taking the most shitty pictures I have ever seen. By the way, yeah, quarantine. Quarantine, you talk a little bit about your a hundred times. The luxurious ponytail donk. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it just, you know, quarantine hit and I just couldn't find a everybody thing was closed. So it was my hair was growing. I was like, it was funny because it was a whole reversal thing because I was cutting everybody else's hair. Like everybody. Is that a thing that you do? No, no. I do medicine primarily, but people trusted me with sharp objects. Right. So why do you like to talk to you about 30 minute gallbladder removal slash? How are you? Barbershop. So I became the neighborhood barber, so I cut all the kids hair, I cut everybody's hair and I cut everybody's hair. I wouldn't cut my own. So I just let mine grow. And I just talked to it in a ponytail and there we go. There we are. And here we are. And I know what your wife thinks of. You're here. I think had told me that she was going to cut her off while you were sleeping. The more she hates it, the longer it gets. Let's make sure she listens to this one. It's funny. I was growing mine too. But I have a little more gray than done. A lot more. So I was like, you know what? Let's do brace the gray. There's nothing wrong with nothing wrong with gray hair. Nothing wrong with white. Yeah. Richard, we're in. This fat guy's endorsing the gray right here. And I think there's a little bit of, maybe I was a little more salt and pepper. You know, I wasn't just one, you know? I'm pure soul now. I think it has a little bit to do with motivation, you know, because the second he goes to give up, the more he knows, as it bothers someone, he's like, I'm in it for another round. Now, you have, now you have a mark. You have four kids, 'cause I think my wife had them all in school. I taught them all in school. What are they thinking your ponytail? Or they don't think of it as well. You know what? It's funny thing with the kids now too. They're all grown there here too. Like every kid who, if you see them in high school or they have these moppy heads, all the kids in soccer, my son plays travel soccer, an older kid, all the kids have this fro hair. So I mean, I was joined the ranks of these guys. I'm like yeah, 'cause I know that children. He's been doing it for years. Don Watson is like, hello, fellow youths. He's been done to Shane. He's been growing his hair for almost no longer. That'll give us a chance. Richard, anything introduced that or you have something else they had the Don's hair. No, nothing Don Sarah, I'm just wondering, how do we not get touring all this madness? She could not come tonight. I know. She was invited. She wasn't maybe we'll get her here for bourbon night. Yeah. Dear Tori, this is a great time to meet. A couple weeks ago? Yeah, we stopped there one night. It was fun. By the way, can I plug her assistant for a second? Versus Jeff? Jeff is awesome. Which, by the way, moved from the cannabis world to her resistant brewer. And has vast knowledge of terpenes and terminals and the whole night. But he knows from a scientific level on what these things do like flavor and small compound. And you can't leave in New Jersey. Right, I'm not talking about cannabis. I'm just talking about the actual molecular compound of it. So when he gets a readout on hops and stuff, when he sees the oil content, he's tries to read it out the same. And I don't know how his hops are. Well, I do know that the same family. This is the same family, but I mean, as far as like taste and smell and everything, I don't know how cross comparison that goes with the oils. Terpenes, all sorts of stuff. But he tries. He tries to be like, have you talked to him about it? He becomes how we were just talking about the system, and how we were about the system. He can do the same thing about hops, and it's amazing. He starts getting oils. And Jeff is awesome. So, you know, she's not here, but backward flag in forked river, New Jersey, awesome place. That's awesome. So let's introduce our next segment. Which we're talking to Don, as I said, Tori was my co host for that section, talking about Don's beautiful one. Gorgeous locks and Cody is on there too, just professing his love for Don how much he likes people. He looked on his face. Didn't get into it at all. Not at all. Enjoy this next few minutes. And then we'll be back shortly. We are back at AC BR fest. I have a special guest host with me. Tori Fisher from backwood flag. And we have my man Don from Manafort in here. What's up? So and Tori is here as a guest host. So we got a little different voice on it. Richard, of course, is here. Directing everything from the background. And of course, we have the immortal Johnny kashu. Running the camera and directing things here. So Johnny, thank you so much. For spending some time on that, so Todd, a Don, how's it going? It's going great. Impressions of the beer fest. I like it. It's different outside. And kind of digging it. Yeah, definitely. I mean, beautiful day. Yesterday we caught a little bad weather, but it wasn't too bad. But today's great. Look outside. And everybody is tell us a little about where you sheltered during the storm last night. We sheltered in a Penske truck. Yeah, it's kind of sits right behind her tent, and you know, we ran in there and then some security guys kind of ran in there too, and then some guy riding his bike. He cut off his bike and he ran inside as well, and he kind of had like a Penske party. Yesterday it was pretty cool. Cool. Now I know that Tory has my guests, so should we have to ask people questions? The only question I have right now is I need to know about this ponytail that he's rocking. I've been hiding it under my skin. Does it have a name? We actually talked to Lisa and Michelle about it before. She hates it. So.
"alexis" Discussed on Hysteria
"I am celebrating by doing this podcast with Gusto. Oh, that's fun. I'm celebrating by trying to not be annoyed that the president didn't say the word abortion yet again during the State of the Union. Yeah, I know, I know. I was overlooking that was gonna be part of my sanity corner. Okay, well, you know what? There's a lot of show between now and then. So let's just let that dissipate and come back to it. This week, we're joined by historian Alexis Coe, Kieran deal, and Danish Schwartz to tackle the following questions. How can ordinary Americans help you crane? Who gets to write the history books? And why are they all white guys? Shouldn't.
Kreider's power-play goal lifts Rangers over Blues, 5-3
"Chris Kreider scored a tie breaking power play goal what the Rangers netted three goals in the third period of a five three win over the blues Sir nice we don't have it but being able to dig in and do whatever it takes to win hockey games okay so that's certainly easier when you have a best call and world it was Kreider's team high thirty fifth goal of the season and league leading eighteenth with the man advantage are tell me put Erin had a goal and two assists for the Blueshirts who also received goals from Alexis lafreniere Ryan Strome and Patrik Nemeth Adam fox had three assists for New York the blues ended a four game winning streak despite Ryan a rally and David Perron each of whom had a goal and an assist I'm the ferry
Super Bowl ads take a less serious tone
"Almost two years after the start of the pandemic commercials for this year's Superbowl or taking a less serious tone companies are pulling out a lot of A. list celebrities Amazon is featuring Scarlett Johannson and husband Colin Jost and Alexis that can read your mind I love that we get to sleep ordering fresh mint mouthwash Jeanine Poggi with ad age says the country has been through a lot over the last few years in Super Bowl advertisers are looking for an escape Hey I really want to create more of a party atmosphere so we're seeing more light hearted adds more humorous ads there are very few that have been released so far that take a serious tone you will see some old favorites please brings back so many good memories with Seth Rogan and Paul Rudd yes there will be some new ads this year and you have brands like at TI acts and etoro encrypted dot com po G. says thirty seconds of airtime during the Super Bowl sold for as high as seven million dollars I'm a Donahue
No. 23 Seton Hall edges No. 7 Texas 64-60 for 2nd top-10 win
"Seton Seton hall hall won won a a top top twenty twenty five five matchup matchup is is Jared Jared Rhoden Rhoden scored scored eighteen eighteen points points and and hit hit the the go go ahead ahead basket basket to to lead lead the the twenty twenty third third ranked ranked pirates pirates past past seventh seventh ranked ranked Texas Texas sixty sixty four four sixty sixty price price taken taken scored scored five five of of his his ten ten points points down down the the stretch stretch as as the the eight eight more more in in pirates pirates beat beat a a top top ten ten team team for for the the second second time time this this season season Alexis Alexis yet yet now now had had twelve twelve points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for Seton Seton hall hall which which held held the the Longhorns Longhorns to to two two of of thirteen thirteen shooting shooting in in the the closing closing minutes minutes try try Mitchell Mitchell had had season season highs highs of of nineteen nineteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for Texas Texas which which had had a a five five game game winning winning streak streak snapped snapped I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record
"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very
"alexis" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"That people would care about online connection just as much or more than offline connection. But now I think everyone sort of takes for granted, we fall in love online. We make some of our best friends online. In the stocks together, online through anonymous communities. And I think that that dynamic combined with broadband ubiquity and now the rise of web three and crypto really working gives people a sense of ownership in this new world so that the assets you buy in the metaverse are just as real as the assets you buy and own in the offline world. And that's a subtle distinction, but it makes a huge difference. Hey Alexis, how do you think I know you're betting on the davids versus the Goliath? But how do you think about the hardware and what might be described as the maybe even software stack or infrastructure piece to creating the metaverse and to the extent you believe that Facebook will have an advantage both through its acquisition of Oculus and the build out of that product, they bought control labs, which is this risk based neural link effectively that it's almost like a mind reading system that based off your risk can actually put text on a screen, those types of things typically require serious capital either to acquire or to create that's different than some of the software stack things that I think when you talk about NFTs or trying to build what are different room looks like or things like that. Yeah, look, no doubt, I mean, the Oculus is some impressive hardware. I do think consumers today in 2021 are a little bit more hesitant about allowing Facebook into their brains. And as intimately into their lives as we were, you know, say ten or 15 years ago. And so that matters. And I think in a lot of ways you can think of, okay, the web three, the metaverse, whatever. This sort of new way of using the Internet. Is not too dissimilar from thinking about the distinction between going online or going on America online. You know, they created a great walled garden environment, AOL did way back in the day that you could experience their version of the Internet with. And I would say that's probably the best equivalent for Facebook's ambitions. And so while yes, today in the short term, they do have an advantage really on the hardware front. The software one is for sure level playing field. The fact that it gives some of the advantages to David here because of the rate of execution and the fact that billions of people connected over the world can be always much more creative than a few in one office. And I think, you know, with the amount of money that's flowing into venture right now, startups that can get competitive on the VR front, they can get the funding. But the bigger things here are going to be more foundational software. That's the stuff that's going to get built in the next 5 years. That's actually going to make it worth it for you to spend time. Because right now, the competition is watching Netflix, playing Fortnite, scrolling through your phone. This is we're still we're not going to all wake up in the metaverse tomorrow. This is going to be a pretty gradual thing. And then I think it's going to come come all at once. Alexis, let's talk a little bit about a skirmish that was kind of dredged up on Twitter this week. You got into a little bit of a back and forth and debate. And it started when there was a tweet about Joe Rogan making some comments on Pete Buttigieg taking time off for paternity leave. Joe lonsdale, who was also a guest on the show, kind of responded back to some of these things. I want to show a couple of the tweets that he put out. First of all, he said, Joe lonsdale. He said, wow, great for fathers to spend time with their kids and support moms. But any man in an important position to take 6 months of leave for a newborn is a loser. And the old days men had babies and worked harder to provide their future. That's the correct masculine response. He doubled down to that a little bit later instead of a man's work as part of an important mission that's having a positive impact or lifting up the lives of thousands of people, 6 months off for a newborn is a name. If you have a crappy job, you used a different word. You don't care about or aren't keto inspiring goals, then sure, just abandon it. Imagine thinking as a father that you have to take full 6 four months off from your work to prove you love your newborn. This got you a little fired up and you responded in Twitter to this because this has been something that you have really kind of led the way with making sure that you took off your time for your kids and as a leader you wanted to inspire other people to do it. What did you think about this? Where do things stand? Just this national debate that's taking place right now. You know, I don't know Joe. I think one of the reasons why it was so important to take, I mean, I don't really get the 6 months from. But at least I read it, we had four months of paid family. And the reason why I took all four months of it was because I wanted to give confidence to men like a Joe. Because taking this time off is time that you're never going to get back. It's something that, you know, I've been, gosh, I'm going to D.C. with dads who had to choose literally between staying with their wife in the ICU or their newborn in the nicu and going to work because they didn't want to. They were worried about losing their job because they didn't have any kind of paid leave. And for a country that believes in family values as much as we do, that is unconscionable. I would never want to put any of my employees through that choice. And it's deeply unfair that most Americans actually have to make that decision. And then beyond that, look, I think what's very clear is there is a new wave of CEOs. The kind of folks who actually have built multi-billion dollar companies are really building a different kind of career for themselves because it's not one that's at odds with being great husbands or great dads. It's one where we want to be the best at what we do at work. But the same way we want to be the best at what we do at home. And I have yet to meet a billionaire who sat me down and said, you know what? I wish I had spent less time with my children. Not a single one of them has ever said that to me. So I've met all of these career men, wildly successful who have all said to me in their sort of waning years. I wish I had that time back. I wish I had more time. You have no idea how important that is. You have no important what it is that you're advocating for. And so whether it is working dads who don't have the privilege of paid family leave or whether it's some of the most successful among us, every one of us shares the fact that we'll end up on a deathbed one day. And when we're looking back on a life well lived, the things that we are going to be smiling about, the things that we're going to be most proud of are inevitably going to be the time we spent with the people we care about most. And so yeah, this is something I obviously was pretty disappointed that this was gutted from the latest Bill. I don't think we're done with it yet. I think you're going to hear from a lot of Americans like myself who believe that every American should have that, right? That think it's despicable that one in four American women are back to work two weeks after giving birth. So we're going to get something. We're absolutely going to get something. And look like I said, I will continue to advocate for this. I'll continue to lead by example. I hope it gives confidence to men like Joe..
"alexis" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"I'm calling both three boomers. I think it's cool. But you think it has anything to do with the Facebook brand isn't quite as great as it used to be. I actually don't. I think that's one of the great sort of misnomers of this whole situation. I think there's a defensive element to it, of course. But I think that I think genuinely over the past couple of years has been moving to this place and has some really unique ideas about what could happen in that kind of metaverse, both a VR world and also an AR world. He did an interview yesterday where he talked about the idea that you would wear the equivalent of those in an AR world, you'd wear the equivalent of glasses. We could be talking. You could be this is not the distracted driving, but you could see texts. You could actually be responding to the text in a meeting by thinking of your answer. They own a company that has a it looks like a wristband. We actually have them I believe on the show at one point. And the wristband basically can actually see what your brain is telling it. So you could actually effectively think the sentence and the sentence would respond and we'd effectively be texting back. And that's where 5 years? I think that there's going to be a lot of that kind of stuff in the next 5 to ten years. Yep. But then we would be walking down the street that this is basically what we're all going to be doing in 5 years. Just like everybody's walking around with the earbuds right now? I think maybe within ten years, yes, 5, maybe not. You think it's worth changing the name of the company to meta embedding that much on it? I just think back to something like venator was the new name for woolworth Verizon became the new name. And yes, we've grown on Verizon, but Facebook has got to be one of the greatest brands on the planet. Everybody knows what Facebook is to switch the entire name and run to meta. You know, the problem right now is, to me, it's a recruiting problem. So he basically runs a company that has does have a branding problem, which is that if you are really smart engineer coming out of school, Facebook as a brand of all the brands he has is actually the one that people think of as the boomer brand to be honest. They think this is like an old dying brand in users. WhatsApp is a different thing, but Facebook unto itself, but I'm saying if you're a kid coming out of Stanford right now, that's not where the action is. And so if you could be part of that what we're showing now, the metaverse, but the part of our brand. The idea that Facebook is the boomer brand. And that's what's hurting the recruiting right now. I think they have bigger problems than that. I don't want anyone knowing what sentence I'm thinking half the time. That's really good. When you said that Andrew, if they knew right now, for example, please. Yeah. My filter I need those. You know, that's going to be a Brave New World. Coming up on squad part Facebook no more. Next generation social media with Reddit cofounder Alexis ohanian. My bet here, my hope for that future meta verses it's not governed by one company, but rather of the people and by the people. Plus, taking the lead on parental leave, and if you stick around, a sweet treat just in time for Halloween. I tried a little bit of the soft serve got really interested. Get an edge invest like a pro. Access CNBC's live streams around the globe. Unparalleled access to CNBC experts. Actionable investor insight and ideas. Start your free trial today at CNBC dot com slash pro. We're back. This is squawk pod from CNBC. And now squawk pad is headed into the metaverse. Well, we're talking about heading into the metaverse. And we're only following Facebook's lead, as of yesterday, the social network is something else. It is time for us to adopt a new company brand to encompass everything that we do. To reflect who we are and what we hope to build. I am proud to announce that starting today, our company is now meta. It's a meta morphosis. See what we did there? Wall Street, Main Street, Twitter, squaw clock slack channel, pretty much everyone is still buzzing about the announcement, so we thought we'd ask one of the founders of another social media platform. Here's Becky quick. Joining us right now for more on Facebook's new identity and the metaverse itself is Alexis ohanian. He's the founder of VC firm 7 7 6. He's also, of course, the cofounder of Reddit and somebody who knows social media very, very well. Alexis always good to see you. Thanks for being here this morning. Thank you for having me. Excited to be here, Becky. Oh, your voice is deep this morning. What happened? That's an extra, I think it's some extra some extra boost from the new app. Thank you. Thank you very much. Alexis, let's jump right in on the meta verse and talk about this. The name change for Facebook, good idea, focusing on the metaverse, good idea. Or what? What do you think's happening? I think it is a masterstroke in diversion and distraction, right? Perfect time for a rebrand. Look, I think they should not be underestimated. And right now, there is this amazing bottom up movement to create the metaverse. You're seeing a lot of happening in the crypto community. You're seeing a lot of people building what I think is what most of us hope will become a much more organic type of world rather than a top down Facebook imposed one. But we'll see. They've got they've got no shortage of great engineers and developers, but I'm betting on the davids here to build a metaverse better and sooner than the Goliath. Kind of like what we've seen in the past when Facebook started losing out to younger to younger visitors, younger viewers, whatever you want to call them. I mean, you saw Zuckerberg pivot turn and buy Instagram. Is that something that they would do, potentially in the future? Or do you think there's too much pressure coming from Washington to be able to do that again? Yeah, I think the governing bodies are going to be paying way too close attention now to their acquisition moves. And frankly, I think it's just a very different environment. If you look at how the WhatsApp founders and the Instagram founders have really distanced themselves from Facebook's actions over the years, I think it sends a cautionary message to other founders of successful companies that are tracking well to make it even easier for them to turn down, say, $1 billion acquisition offers. And so I think I don't think they'll compete that way. And like I said, I think my bet here, my hope for that future meta verses, it's not governed by one company, but rather of other people and by the people. What do you think of the metaverse in general? I mean, this idea of avatars has been around for a long time. You've seen I remember talking about this. Yeah, Second Life. And then you've seen movies that have kind of played on this. That have gone through time. Where do you think this is headed? How has this changing is now the moment? So, look, this is metaverse itself is a pretty meaningless word. At the end of the day, we're talking about all of us being able to go online and occupy digital spaces much the same way we do physical today. And so you're right, this has existed, you know, you can look at video games like World of Warcraft or Fortnite as a sort of early steps towards this idea. You know, today when we use the Internet, we sit typically on a phone or on our computer and engage it through a screen. And it's tech space. It's image based. The idea here is, yeah, you occupy the form of an avatar and you experience it. Maybe it's with VR goggles, maybe it's AR, there's going to be so many different ways I think to engage it. And ultimately, now that broadband is ubiquitous, you have a very different phenomenon. Now that people have been convinced, I spent 15 years trying to convince people leading Reddit.
Abortion, guns, religion top a big Supreme Court term
"The future of abortion rights is in the hands of a conservative Supreme Court that begins a new term Monday that fight was brought to the steps of the Supreme Court Saturday by thousands marching for abortion rights not just in Washington but across the country in December the justices will hear arguments in Mississippi's bid to enforce a ban on most abortions after fifteen weeks it's a case meant to challenge the landmark roe versus Wade decision that established a woman's right to an abortion at the rally Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson said the consequences are dire we know from falls twenty six states will move to ban abortion appointments by former president trump strength in the high court's conservative majority going into the abortion decisions I'm Julie Walker
Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
"With abortion online nationwide protests drew thousands to Washington and other cities on Saturday to demand continued access at a time when conservative lawmakers and judges have put it in jeopardy in Cleveland they chanted save row in reference to the landmark Supreme Court case which made abortion legal in Washington they cheered for Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson told the crowd this year nearly six hundred restrictions have been introduced in forty seven states no matter where you are this site is at your doorstep right now at the New York rally governor hopeful recounted how her own mother fought for abortion rights and she's been in the same fight her whole life I'm sick and tired of having to fight over abortion rights and settled in the nation at an unrelated event in Maine Republican senator Susan Collins said she's working with two Democrats and another Republican to make roe versus Wade the law of the land I'm Julie Walker
"alexis" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Right now on higher journeys with alexis brooks other child ours always sensitive to the of frequency its founders. Don't while i was taking the the the. I felt a change in the vibrational think contained within the buffalo. I look to my rights into beings appeared. They were slightly elevated off. The flaw both attractive. Both long blonde shoulder-length web tight fitting blue jump to so tight you fall down deep blue eyes us had very attractive and they were talk into the telepathically which i could understand the idea that human looking..
"alexis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Alexis is weird. Oh, yeah. Lex Lex. Then she pauses because I know dawn and in her mind, she's like he's going to listen to him. I listen to these have to talk to him every day for three hours. Seven, she goes, so I'm not kidding, Lex. There is maybe like a two second pause. And then don goes like this. Like she goes, she goes. Lexus weird to 19. So to listen to this, so there's no, we're not relax more. There's more Lex. So then McClain's done. McClain's done. And then Kenny pipes and he goes, You know, one of my further that makes him a reminds me. One of my first memories of Jason was when he used to come on, come on the show. And you know, we had them do movie reviews. Jason came on and just ripped this movie just ripped it to high hell, and and he goes, and I went home that night. And I loved it. I absolutely loved it. What Sophie was that? I don't remember. I know So then, But then it wasn't over, Lex. So now Lex work Colin ir on 3 94 right by Dunwoody. So I have a few more quality minutes to spend with Kenny and Dawn and John. So we're listening. And I'm like, Okay, maybe it's over. You know, maybe maybe maybe the two of them ripping these over So we pull into the garage, Lex, and at the last minute before Colin turns off the car, they're talking about another lazy job, And that's how sitting and, uh can you ghost and Kenny goes well, dogs, dogs, a house sitter, and she was, Yeah. How said for Jason, And then there's a pause, and then Kenny goes Do you ever go through their medicine cabinet? Yeah. Yeah, I've been trying to ask her. That dog goes absolutely. Don was horrified at the question. She has no, no, Jason. If I was your house Sittard, you wouldn't even be to the elevator yet on your way out, and I'd already be in your medicine. What the world is wrong with you? Oh, I don't know. What do you think is in there like some gays? Sex swing? Let me know. Just good medicine. That's all. Yeah, we got that looked for towels once and found out where they were in the extra bathroom. But that's it. Yeah. So, Lex, Uh, I gave went on apple podcasts. And I gave news from the crabby coffee shop. A one star rating. One star. We're going to take it. Yeah, we're going to take a break You back after this another lorry and Julia moment Next, I'll never forget in 1985 when she walked into the party at Andre Taboos house for the MS Wine Traffic pageant. Am I Boyfriend and I almost fell out of our chairs when she came in with two Elvira looking ladies and her brother and she had on leather and lace just snapped her fingers. And she said, Give me some cocaine. No, no, she said Jack on the rocks, Jack Jack on the rocks, and I was just like I was like we were routed to this one. We like the way God to see. We thought it was just going to be banana Ram athlete. Laurie and Julia, Listen, live or podcast at any time at my talk. 171 dot com or on the my talk app. Like everybody. It's Jason Live for skin Rejuvenation clinic. I am really excited about the specials this September. You know, skin rejuvenation clinic always has a ton of specials. Well, there's another one. Toss those razors ladies because there's a laser hair removal special. That's right. Uh, we're going to take the whole show next week to skin rejuvenation clinic. Everybody's getting laser hair removal on this show, Kenny Dawn me, Alexis,.
Oprah Winfrey Picks Between BFF Gayle King & Stedman Graham
"Went down when besties oprah and gayle where road tripping for oprah daily and the girl talk got real watching. This was the third wheel. I didn't know nobody told me no did likely that would've been tub. Didn't like you then. There wouldn't have lasted because husband's coming boyfriends. Come and go by best friend. Best friends last forever. First of all. I'm just happy equinoxes anymore. Remember back in the day. They used to be devolved when they did this on the show. Touch yeah i was happy there at a an alexis today. What is okay what you put your main your friends ahead of your man. I feel like if you're smart. You do but i i definitely feel like husbands go and friends come and go like i just think it's unequal. It's an equal playing field. Like a mama. I know i did that because she was on camera would have been there. You would hurt us. I love you is what we do. I don't know. I l has got a see. I truly believe that. Gal has a lifetime. Membership oprah winfrey fan club. And she always have that seat. But i think what's really smart is oprah definitely puts her friendship with gail before statement but she also knows her man's
"alexis" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Right now on higher journeys with alexis brooks. What happens is the Over a period of time vibration vibrations dropping justin a emotion. Now where does the esoteric off. Planning element come in. Well you can get attachment. Some people say oh. I don't wanna know about them. Well they attached to you whether you want to know about it or not. There is no doubt that within the last nearly two years the global population has suffered a collective blow on many not the least of which is the steep rise.
Kim Kardashian Trolled for Listening to Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ on Mute
‘Candyman’ Hooks $22.3 Million Opening at Box Office
"Handyman had quite the opening at the box office. The movie raked in over 22 million free guy came in at Number two on Jungle Cruise came in at Number three, Candyman just became the first movie directed by a black woman, DaCosta to top the box office and she also co wrote the film with Executive producer, Jordan
The Death of Lizzi Marriott
"But on this night. Roberta wasn't in a talkative mood and she declined to lexus. Calls twice then. Roberto notice that lex was calling her third time thinking that he must have something urgent to tell her. Roberta finally decided to answer but when she did. Lex wasn't on the line instead. Roberta heard the voice of lexus girlfriend. She sounded frantic hectic. And she's like. I need you to come over here. She said something. And i wish to remember the via book almost like she was trying to tell me some kind of code word. As far as that something was something had gone wrong. Roberta told lexus girlfriend that she would try to make it over to lex apartment and hung up the phone then. Roberto went to her boyfriend. Paul hickok and told him about this strange call so the phone call from who might didn't know who this less yet Says they need help because when she get off the phone she says this friend. I says desirable friend in east fans indie. Okay let's go get up and walk out to. Roberta and paul drove alexis apartment. And when they arrived both lex his girlfriend met them in the hallway of the apartment complex. So we go in and they walk down to their apartment door. Okay the oakland. The apartment door in this girl for okay was was she's naked. I were okay with banning children. What do i do i you do. I grabbed my girlfriend's shannon. So she didn't walk into closer. This why we're counting. What the hell's going on here right after being into his apartment. Paul and roberta came upon a bizarre and horrifying scene lying on the floor. Face up with the naked body of teenage girl and rapped over. Her head were two layers of plastic shopping bags
"alexis" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"How they're Pertinent to the present times. Let's talk about the numbers of people that have become interested in in becoming healers. This is what we're that's really what. This title is. all about. Broadly speaking looking to jump ship. Let's just be clear y'all for a lottery reasons. There are people that want to get out of dodge in terms of what they used to do in do something meaningful. This didn't happen based on this latest crisis that we've been we've been leading up to this for years. But we have seen a crescendo. Clearly in the last eighteen months or so. How has that affected qh t from your side very well. A lot of people coming into it But i bet you're going to see that with a lot of the healing modalities you probably Upsurge in the interest now alexis. This is really the whole reason for all of these different things that have been happening..
Tom Cruise Makes Surprise Helicopter Landing in U.K. Family's Garden
"To tell you this story about Tom Cruise. Landing his helicopter in the garden of just like a normal family in the UK because an airport was closed. This is a story that they're going to tell until the end of time. So he's shooting the seventh installment of Mission Impossible, and he had to make an emergency helicopter landing in Families Garden because the airport was shut down temporarily and the homeowner whose name is Alison Web. That it turned out to be an incredible day. It was surreal. I still now can't believe it happened so they have like a field. You know they have land. It's like they live in Lake Elmo or something. Whatever. She and her family were told their field was needed for an anonymous VIP, who was running late. And so, she said, I thought it would be kind of cool for the kids to see the helicopter land in the garden. And then Tom Cruise arrived and got out and they were like, Oh, my gosh, This is Tom Cruise. So then Tom Cruise said he went right over to the kids to chat. And then he said, Thank you so much. And then he said, if you if you would like the kids are welcome to go up in the helicopter. Oh, and so then the kids got to take a ride. In the helicopter, and they took all these pictures with him. And you know, socially distant and they were just like beside themselves with joy, and he was, like, really grateful that they let him
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"alexis" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Right now on higher journeys with alexis brooks all of a sudden they download of a of memory came back being pulled back and i said my god said i remember bouncing a ball and being pulled back. She said exactly. She said these are the things that happen to people all over the world. Not everybody but she said. I knew something happened to you. Some people for whatever reason are steadily guided through their personal journey by powerful synchronised events psychic promptings and even lifesaving miracles a string of adventures that lead to a calling that not only changes their own life but the lives of many others mark by your skate is one such individual after nearly being killed by an oncoming car and snatched out of the way by an invisible force than keeping the incident blocked from his memory for decades mark met up with someone who insisted he needed to recall the vent this along with.
"alexis" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Losing it or is the old world losing its grip on you right now on higher journeys with alexis brooks. Hi everyone alexis brooks here from higher journeys and i am back after a short hiatus from the show..
"alexis" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Listening to. Especially if you're a court junkie jordan show which apple named one of its best. Two thousand eighteen is aimed at making you a better informed more critical thinker. You can get a sense of how the world actually works and come to your own conclusions about what's happening even inside your own rain. Each episode is a conversation with different fascinating guests and there is something for everyone in one. Episode jordan talks to a hostage negotiator from the f. b. i. who offers techniques on how to get people to like and trust you. Another episode tells the story of cinematographer. Who discovered a lost city in the jungle and made one of the most important archaeological finds of the century. I really enjoy the show. And i think you will as well search for the jordan harbinger. Show that's h. A. r. b. as in boy i n. is in nancy g. e. r. An apple podcast spotify. or wherever. You listen to podcasts. 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He said according to a court filing that filing also claimed the judge didn't understand the law either and so alexis defense didn't raise the issue that alexis had been a sex trafficking victim. No didn't call any witnesses to testify during a hearing when alexis case was transferred from juvenile to adult court and he didn't request the safe harbor protections which were intended to keep children's cases out of adult court and would have given alexis a guardian ad latam to advocate and listened to her. He would later acknowledge his shortcomings. It was and is the worst case of my career. He said in jessica's story now alexis was facing murder charges as an adult maureen sheridan kenney said in a court filing quote alexis who has no nothing but sexual exploitation severe abuse neglect and traffickings since the age of nine was treated like an adult and her victimization was given no consideration in the criminal process whatsoever as i said earlier. Ohio has something called a safe harbor law that is supposed to protect young. People like alexis in moments like this. It passed in two thousand twelve over here before. Alexis was arrested. Ohio past and immediately enacted this thing called safe harbor And what that does is basically say that If a child is is arrested and they have been traffic. Their attorney can come to court in these times. Were you know. related to the trafficking ethics. And and then a judge has the opportunity to hold a hearing. Just that is the case. And if so You know then that that child can can have their charges. Put on hold while they receive services What the services are sort of depend on a case by case basis depending on where it's happening but the most important thing is that the child gets guardian them. Which is somebody whose job. It is just to advocate for them different than what their lawyer guys but to tell their story and and in case you know her attorneys believe that had. She had a gardena lyda. She would have had somebody explain that. This was a result of her trying to steep man. Who was actually abusing her. But you know as half and happened. these block passed with no funding behind them to train people or communication plans to inform people and so everyone involved in alexis case essentially that well. We didn't really know about this. And so alexis was afforded. None of those protection didn't even need like s- therapy She just put in juvenile jail. The prosecutors believe the To this day that she and responsible for this crime she'd be manipulator and the mastermind behind this crime And that she deserves to be adult prison. Following her attorney's advice alexis pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and felonious assault. The issues of sex trafficking had surfaced at a lexuses sentencing hearing although it hadn't swayed the judge to give her a lighter sentence quote the discussed lexuses relationship with angelo. The facts and the report indicate that ms martin was basically in a certain son's working for angelo carney assisting him as he dealt with young women who are making themselves available and escort work which is a polite way of saying prostitution. Alexis was sentenced to twenty one years to life in prison. Her adult co-defendants also received lengthy sentences. Trubisky jackson was sentenced to thirty one years. To life does shawn spear got forty one years to life and genet jones received fifteen years to life.
"alexis" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Would have been different. Jessica's story depicted the scene in the interrogation room when alexis was interviewed without an attorney. Her story said quote from the moment the akron detectives walked into the interrogation room on the evening of november seventh. Two thousand thirteen. They were disturbed by what they saw. Sergeant scott leaky and detective john. Ross thought the girl handcuffed to the table looked far older than their own daughters. Had at fifteen alexis five foot. Three frame was squeezed into tight. Jeans and tighter tanktop. She was wearing high heels but when she spoke. She asked a child's question. Is my mom coming. No liedtke answered. Alex's crime was against the man who had been sex trafficking her and alexis began to detail to the officers. What had been happening in angelo's home. She told them that her quote dad was running an escort. Business and that angelo was a pimp but the detectives kept interviewing her about what had happened to angelo. They didn't seem to want to know anything more about her sex trafficking claims and even after the interview be akron. Police wouldn't investigate that deeper. Maureen sheridan kenny. An attorney with the human trafficking law clinic said this in a later court. Filing on a lexuses behalf quote alexis. Martin told everyone who was supposed to be there to help her after her arrest that she was a victim yet. The safe harbor process was not invoked to help alexis when a girl comes into court and she says things black oh he was my tenth As then you can see that. This is not a fifteen year old making a choice chewing agents sex work. This is a child who's being exploited and for them. The question is what do you do about that. You're seeing prosecutors. Judges public defenders and police officers especially not only being trained on it but then changing their practices because of it so there a number of diversion court that have popped up across the country. There are laws That are similar to what. Ohio has words as harbor law. That says you know. The kid cannot be that if you a child had been trafficked then the the most important thing is that they get services not that You know they had these charges against them and things like that So it's happening incrementally. we have come a long way as electric case in some of the other pieces show. There's still a lot of resistance to change as well in her washington. Post article jessica describes the moment detectives left alexis alone after they had offered her snacks quote alone in the interrogation room. She suddenly knew what was about to happen. She raised her hand waving to the camera. Chiming to get someone's attention. And then her vomit splattered onto the table when no one came in to help her. She pulled out tissue after tissue and tried to clean up the mess by herself. Jessica wrote in the days that followed the akron. Police did nothing to follow up on allegations of sex trafficking and abuse of a fifteen year old though the detectives now acknowledge that it is what should have happened. The akron police sergeant handed his report over to the summit county prosecutor's office and prosecutors would soon argue that alexis deserves consequences.
"alexis" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Alexis martin was a teenager charged with murder. She hadn't pulled the trigger but she had been in the house when a robbery turned into a murder and now a man was dead at just fifteen years. Old alexis was caught in the criminal justice system. Prosecutors said she helped plot the two thousand thirteen robbery with three adults but alexis was also a victim herself thirty six year. Old angelo bernie. The man killed in the shooting had been sex trafficking. Her alex's story was chronicled in a recent washington post story with the headline. This state of ohio verses sex trafficked teenager joining us today in this episode is washington. Post reporter jessica contraire. Who wrote the long form piece explores what happens if a child who is being sexually trafficked commits a violent crime. Is the child punished or protected. Jessica would write in her story. Quote across the country courts are grappling with whether to punish or protect children who are both perpetrators of serious crimes and victims of sex trafficking and alexis is case the abuse was disregarded and she would always live with the consequences in some states. There are safeguards in place in ohio. Where lexuses from they have a safe harbor law that supposed to make sure sex. Trafficked children received services including a guardian ad-litem to advocate for them before they face court proceedings. The law was meant to help keep sex trafficked minors out of adult criminal court but what if those protections fail what if prosecutors and judges and someone's own defense attorney mishandles the case even alexis own attorney didn't know the law that could have given his client resources and possibly even her freedom. This is gillian and in partnership with law and crime. You are listening to court junkie episode one. Sixty six as anyone who knows me knows. 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Martin you'll hear jessica contraire throughout this episode today as she discusses her reporting in her washington post piece. Alexis martin is honestly started People i've ever met the way that she she speaks is with the wisdom of somebody much older than she is and with so much more self awareness and honestly most adults in my life. She grew up in akron and was You know from a young age really Just a parent figure to her younger siblings. She loves her sisters and brothers so much And everything in her life. Is you know a a result of her trying to to love and protect them. Alexis carried a lot of weight on her shoulders court documents. Her traumatic upbringing quote. Her parents were often absent from her life. Both her parents and her stepfather were involved with drugs and her mother was imprisoned for drugs. Martin's father physically abused her. She was shuffled between family members and foster parents and she changed often. A family member mocked alexis for being biracial. Another family member locked her in a dark closet as punishment also from core documents quote alexis was diagnosed with depression by age eight according to alexis when she was ten and eleven years old a twenty one year old man repeatedly raped her at each twelve alexis attempted suicide and her sixteen year old boyfriend raped and impregnated her. She suffered a miscarriage and had the unborn child's name tattooed on her torso..
"alexis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"After six o'clock at night i I've really tried to take at least one weekend day. Where i don't do anything work. Work related doesn't mean. I'm not on the computer. maybe doing something else. But it's been a long time. I've been doing this since two thousand four. It's taken a long time to get there. to one. Danielle business audience alexis startups their small to medium. Size business owners who are looking for ways to improve their business. This is very much about an education experience for some for them from someone who already walked the path before them and on that basis. How important have you found his time away from your business has helped you be more productive. Do you think. Oh absolutely. And i think if you have the foresight and the ability to do it and set your boundaries. Whatever they are because you want to be able to your building a business as an entrepreneur because you it's probably something you're passionate about and so you want to be able to enjoy business and you want to be able to enjoy your family. Whatever or you know your personal life. Whatever that is and if you don't really think about it and set those boundaries right away. You really can't do that so i talk about. When i'm even coaching even coaching people in corporate america. I talk about that because we're just so connected these days. It's really hard to step away absolutely. We seem to be always connected. It's very difficult just to shut down even of an of an evening do you. Do you have a routine where you actually put your phone in another room inadvertently. The reason i sleep with my phone in my bedroom is because it's also my alarm clock so you know as far as but i do put it on your i do. Have it automatically go to silent. Ten o'clock at night and i actually stopped responding to friends at nine. I don't answer the phone if they call i don't get into text conversations with them That's just something that i've done for myself because we have to turn off because if we don't turn off we're not gonna sleep and if we don't sleep or not good to either our business or our family. Thank you for sharing as an educator. Yourself a coach. How important is continuing education for you. Personally oh i i. I'm kind of like a lifelong learner. I've always liked learning So even after. I did grad school and got my mba. It's still always conference can go to and now there's so much that you can do online. Even before the pain pandemic there was so much that you can do online in terms of online learning. I'm always liking to learn new things and learn from other people who have already done it a different way to do it. Absolutely do you. what's your modus operandi ahead of you. The best you live in front of people reading videos. What you'd think if i want to retain it i actually live is best for me but i have to do it. I i don't retain very well from reading. I'm i'm a very tactile learner. So if i don't do it. I'm not going to retain quite as much. There are lots of ladies around that we can look to. And i have several that i think about what business leaders earn sparring. You at the moment in the one that i've been Following a lot is mary barra. Who is the ceo and chairwoman of gm. She took it over when things were not. That great in terms of there was Some recall that was going on there was something going on and she was within the first year so she was in front of congress but what was great about. Mary is first of all..
"alexis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of context. There's a God been two weeks. Mother still her they were go. Jason and Alexis in the morning. Make go ahead. Make the promo. There it is. Rocco have made the job easy today. Um, but overall, enjoy it even with the horrible seat. You can get seat covers. I know. I know. But I'm just I'm about the shape of it. I see. Yes. See, that's more in my broads. Unhappy Homo rant is we've had all sorts of technological advances. We now have computers on our wrists. We have an iPhone. Way developed a vaccine and, like, four minutes wellness toilet coming. We have a wellness toilet, but we can't come up with a better bike seat. I don't know. I'm just speaking for I'm speaking for humanity on that one. Yeah, that's a good one. Jace. Just keep going, though. It's gonna be great. Oh, my God. I'm going to be used to it. They'll just be buns of steel. You won't even know the seats. Their buns of steel. Remember? That was class. Oh, that was that was a VHS tape VHS tape buns of stabs of steel buns of steel. Oh, yeah. She was Popular around that time as well. Holy Suzanne Somers, every size e wanted that really worked. That doesn't look like it would really work. The fire master Oh, you know, I guess it did. It was Yeah, lasted for years. But I wonder if it was a lot of fun watching the commercial anyway For almost as good as the shake weight wears Peter.