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"alexis honey" Discussed on KOMO
"Queen casino is newly expanded to calmer location opens today they were supposed to be grand opening in March but that was put on hold because the pandemic was spreading and despite the best efforts of school districts everywhere researchers fear that covert nineteen closures will cost students months maybe even years of academic progress is good most Corwin hate to explain with online attendance shaky and some students lacking internet access education experts say many school districts allowed students to fall into a kind of extended summer vacation worst case scenario some students forget everything they learned before the March shut down they may be experiencing trauma in other ways you know loved ones falling sick this is U. S. C. assistant professor David Quinn he tells KPCC radio for those students are the impact could be closer to something like what we see from broad natural disasters like Katrina after hurricane Katrina in two thousand five it took some area students two years or more to regain in the academic progress they have lost researcher Megan queue filled with Portland based and W. EA projects nationwide kids will return to school in the fall having lost thirty percent of their games and reading and more than fifty percent in math she hopes it will turn out to be not that bad but it's sometimes good to know how bad things could be the consequences of just letting this the a loo you know six months summer break Corwin hake komo news a protester tests positive for covert nineteen that protester took part in rallies this past week in Ellensburg according to the contest county health department but spokeswoman kisi ke Nutan says they were wearing a mask thing anyone that's not symptomatic so if you attended those protests and you're not symptomatic they're not testing at this time she says the risk to the public was minimal almost Jeff Pohjola Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan apologizing to peaceful protesters who found themselves targeted by Seattle police pepper spray and other deterrents to all those who came peacefully and had their constitutional right to protest impacted I am sorry your can also notes the Capitol Hill protesters have had their free speech rights abridged by agitators seeking the cause chaos Saturday night some among the protesters threw rocks and bottles at police officers injuring several Seattle police chief Carmen best promises to help de escalate the nightly protests on Capitol Hill is of paramount importance that we meet peace with peace chief best says she will reduce the number of officers manning a barricade near the SPD east precinct and get them out of the riot gear that some demonstrators say looks confrontational attorneys for to laid off workers are suing the state for delays in paying benefits this couple's Eric Heinz reports the lawsuit comes as the employment security department tries to stop rampant unemployment fraud the nonprofit unemployment law project which helps people receive jobless benefits and appeal denied claims filed the case directly with the state Supreme Court late last week it seeks an order forcing the employment security department to resume the payments promptly it says the state does not have the authority to hold the payment of legitimate claims even to stop fraudulent ones the state has said it's working as fast as it can to get the money out to legitimate claims Eric heights komo news the sudden resignation last month of a NASA senior leader came as a surprise to many and now Carlos Charlie harder tells us there are reports that that leader didn't follow procedure when he communicated with Boeing dot Rivero had been the head of NASA's human exploration office for around six months there's many reasons that you select people for being in this role and one of them is leadership and to me that's the most important reason but he suddenly resigned last month just days before the launch of the SpaceX rocket that brought American astronauts to the space station from American soil for the first time in nine years the Wall Street journal reports there's now an investigation underway question is whether it will vero broke the rules when he communicated with Boeing about its lunar landing program a program the company eventually lost out on two competitors the report doesn't suggest Boeing did anything wrong can't we reached out to Boeing a company spokesman says there is no comment Charlie harder colonial someone needs time to test an update on sports now from Harley exteriors sports desk the NFL laying out covert nineteen safety protocol for summer training camps as the NFL gears up for players to come back to team facilities commissioner Roger Goodell issued protocols to clubs detailed in the memo obtained by NFL network's Tom palace Cerro he breaks down the protocol into several categories from a player's perspective they'll be some things that just flat out looked different for one thing the NFL is mandating that lockers be rearranged to make sure that people are six feet apart there's going to be differences in terms of protocols with how they're served food hello Sir reports well no dates have been set and know many camps are expected the NFL and its union are looking at June twenty six for some players to return to the facilities CBS sports reports free agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has turned down a fifteen million dollar per year offer to come back and play for the C. hawks next season and several sources indicate Major League Baseball is now offering its players union a seventy six game schedule ending no later than Halloween with seventy five percent pro rated salaries sports updates attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news the co founder of reddit dot com Alex Hanny and is resigning from his board position asking the company to replace him with a black board member to promote diversity A. B. C.'s Dever Deborah Roberts has more I'm doing this for me for my family and for my country Alexis honey ends bombshell decision stunning everyone including wife of three years tennis star Serena Williams upon reflecting on the state of of where our country is right now I.
"alexis honey" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"The show live and say the show ended you could just turn it down keep that stream going stream away thank you for doing that yeah we appreciate it very much radio dot com everybody go by the Johnny Moseley podcast there were doing that today he just made us take this test you take that yep ran some tests and personality test the ones all the take before the show like I do know there are so yeah thank one of those things where it's like repetitive questions ask kind of in the in different ways unlike there right we'll see how this goes well I guess say it's going to be an analysis showed Johnny mostly today wow who knew he did that kind of thing I don't know why I'm so well rounded well you know he's very introspective so yeah mmhm did you give away a bunch of personal information you know I signed as well yes technology now I did the first thing I thought of them like oh great a quiz I gotta take for order yeah some kind of thing right away on my should be of it's super funds great can't wait to hear what his thoughts are I all right start with the go fund me campaign for the family of George Floyd all right it has they were looking for one point five million dollars and it's over thirteen point five million right now when you say they were looking for one point five what was the what was the story behind that number I don't know what they wanted one point five million for probably to cover their costs and to help his daughter and you know for whatever thing but that was the that was the target what a target on rectangle go fun all right so they have made about thirteen and a half million Bucks and it continues to roll in it has set a record for the most don't want most donations to a single go fund me our campaign up account for about five hundred thousand donations so far so it's the highest that's the largest number of individual donators for any go fund me campaign of all time but thirteen and a half million dollars with the family has so far let's see official George Floyd memorial fund thirteen point six seven nine raised of of one point five million actually this seems to be a dated thing I'm looking at him reload here anyway and tons of shares and let's see created may twenty seventh so in a week about almost half a million people have a have donated so and they keep and obviously if you read the blurbs they put there as they talk about how their family watched in horror with the rest of us what was happening to George Floyd it's it's very it's you know it's exactly we think it is incredibly heart wrenching hardline yeah but the go fund me campaign has raised thirteen and almost thirteen and a half million actually I think the long hair over thirteen point six million it's heartbreaking and so is a lot of information coming out about the systematic racism in this country that most of us might right no I take that back that I have been blind to absolutely it's it's harboring bin I opening week it really hurts my heart to know that that the black community has never been able to just feel at home in America no that's that's heartbreaking it is I hope that we're on the way to making that better well just knowing that is one step and to act on it and and find the ways in your own life that you can combat it and to call it out in other white people is the you know I I mean I I've learned a lot this weekend I feel like that's my job right now I got to learn all I can and I'm gonna and I'm gonna do is much as I can to be a better person for everybody in America yeah I mean I was actually like you said I I've felt like filling my eyes that open to this whole system that I was like you know just sort of oblivious but benefiting from you know well I understand that part but to not even know that you know look I said it on the air last week I never heard of redlining mmhm I had to read about it and then went okay well it does make sense if you look back and know that this country was founded by by older white men mmhm that's when all that was in place yeah but right exactly so I mean I I'm not I shouldn't be surprised but I didn't know that it was so embedded right yes I'm hard without brick that this country was built on and continues to be part of the fabric where we are socially conditioned and without even knowing it you know you think all I I'm not mean to people so I'm not part of the problem and you know it's that's just not the case right Serena Williams is married to Alexis honey in our Heinlein I'm not sure how exactly say this guy's name he's a co founder of reddit okay he just dies white dude he did I just read his story yeah he just resigned from the board and he wants a black person to replace him they have a two year old daughter together he has not held an active role in the day to day workings it read it since twenty eighteen he's pledged all future earnings from his reddit stock are going to go to help the black community critics say read it hasn't done enough to police the racist and hateful comments that some users post so you know people are weighing in on this of course we need were you able to grab me a little audio from that here we go this is his statement I have resigned as a member of the reddit board I've urge them to fill my seat with a.
"alexis honey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The small moments ago that one of the founders of reddit has stepped down from the website it's real emotional announcement you know one of those things are like I did so when my daughter asked me what I did I can say I stepped away like his daughter was going to be judging him for being a part of read it and it's some hate filled community or whatever did something happen with reddit recently though that called for them now they've always had some issues but let me see if I could bring me up here any social community like that anymore like online like a Facebook has issues they all have it but I just don't think like if you're stepping down from a very prominent job yeah I did you did yeah well that in that position does that not have the power is a weird word to use but power to make the change that people are calling for Ryan that's that's sort of the important thing here I think you know this guy said I'm saying this is names Alexis honey and and he's one of the co founders of reddit dot com with the biggest social media websites in New sharing websites online I'm saying this is a father who needs to be able to answer his black daughter when she asked what did you do I resigned as a member of the reddit board have urged them to fill my seat with a black candidate all used future gains on my reddit stock to serve the black community chiefly to curb racial hate and I'm starting with a pledge of one million dollars to calling Capper Nick's your rights camp is what he said and this server Serena Williams has yeah okay this guy's Meredith Serena Williams whose you saying all this stuff and I think a couple of things the first thing I think of is man what what you're doing that you don't really maybe notice or care about is your saying I'm quitting why so I can look my daughter in the face and said this is what I did when she asked me what you did to stop all of this stuff you have a whole bunch of people who work at reddit who probably don't have the ability to just up and quit their jobs because they're not multimillionaires like you said this guy's made a boatload of cash the other thing I think is man you're on the border of reading if there's a racism problem at the website do you work for change the problem yeah if your website go in there and say here are policies we're not going to allow those subreddits that are full of hate and racism and that's that you wanna do this go over to four chan go over to gap dot com go over to places where they pride themselves in free speech even if hate proliferates and do it there but you you can't you're stuck you're driving the ship and you refused to take any credit for the good stuff it's happened but you want to leave before you could change the bad stuff M. to me this seems like a real simple move just fix it so he's still a founder probably still owns a bunch of it it's just he's leaving the board in order to be replaced by a black board member right but he could have done this from with it he could have just hired more people of color black people at reddit he could have said we've got a major issue here what better time to face it down then now and let's get rid of this operator that some I don't you know I don't know the ones that they have options all kinds of races stuff on there but what this does sometimes I think is ignores how overwhelmingly good this stuff is right like so you go off I can't scare my daughter in the eye and say that I've been a part of this this thing that's made us millions and millions of millions of dollars why not say I was a part of it I loved all the things that were good that connected people that raised millions of dollars that highlighted videos of police brutality which drew attention to these major issues and then yeah eventually we saw that we needed to do some pruning because there was some racist subreddits we got rid of it you act like you can't do anything about it I don't get that yeah I mean then that I don't see based on his announcement and he says father who need to be able to answer is black daughter when she asked what did you do I jump ship I did nothing or maybe it's the him leaving is allowing a black person to be on the board is going to bring that change as well he we could still get somebody on the board we weren't on the board it is just relinquishing all of his ability to take control of the situation himself he wants to live but it's somebody else Hey that's because he's got like I guess you got like nine million Bucks or something thirty seven year old guy and you know smart guy but I mean some of these younger than his shop yes I know some of a **** some of this I see I just go why don't you if this is so damn important do you take it by the rains say we want to bring in more black people so that we have a more even keel look on things we have different voices determining what should what should happen on this platform it's not hard it's it's seems like more like look at me look at me I'm gonna take this holier than thou route now I'm stepping down instead of fixing things himself they have a lot of problems this week is the former CEO I think her name's Alan power something she's been but making all sorts of statements about record as well and then you got Facebook under fire you know mark Zuckerberg taking heat because they left the the post from president trump up there in the social media dealing with a big problem the thing I think people don't understand is where the reddit you can cut down communities with ready you have more control with things is biggest Twitter and Facebook you got no chance of truly controlling these platforms you shut it down completely yeah I miss you just completely got rid of it and then you will be completely getting rid of these platforms that have done amazing transformational things have created wealth for people of all backgrounds and colors they're being able to advertise their products organically and otherwise and it's just like we're we're we're just looking at the back and not the good fix the bad keep the good and try to do something I don't know why instead of I mean they have the whole thing is what what I say when my daughter says what did you do well I mean I did nothing you did nothing then you you left and you you left it up to somebody else are you sure that you should have fixed it but I look I mean maybe doesn't want to maybe doesn't think he can I find it hard to believe that the board of reddit dot com is just full of racist that refused to budge and change any kind of policies that seems a little far fetched to me it's always been a very progressive left leaning institution so we'll see what happens next with them but certainly some pressure on him but the big changes that that really are starting to happen is talked about on the show I think I brought up on Wednesday or so this whole or Tuesday maybe this qualified immunity thing where police are protected from being civilly sued it when they do something wrong when they screw up when there's a false arrest and guess what you've got to lectin officials in Washington who have now put together a bill to end qualified immunity for officers which I think would be a very very big deal federal law right now is allow people to sue public officials including a police officer officers for civil rights abuses but qualified immunity shields police from the overwhelming majority of those lawsuits and that wall needs to fall that will hold these police officers accountable when they make these major mistakes and some of these mistakes don't involve somebody getting shot or killed some of these mistakes are mistakes to have a big impact on these people's lives so we'll see what happens with qualified immunity soon.
"alexis honey" Discussed on KOMO
"Stand together with the black community in the fight against systemic racism at Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella tweets there is no place for hate and racism in our society I always say to people don't say it to me show it to me that's Dr Cheryl Ingram diversity consultants to the tech industry in Seattle and elsewhere she tells geekwire editor Todd bishop your family for a company that are putting out statements if you still under paying black thank you for your company or even black administrator of but if you're not doing a good job of assessing equitably black candidate to come to your interview process then the statement doesn't match your accu genomes step Seattle tech companies can take to fight inequity among them making sure diversity and inclusion are interwoven into recruiting hiring and promoting we need to see it now in action and not just in words Corwin hake komo news a co founder of reddit is resigning from the company's board and urging his colleagues to fill the seat with a black candidate Alexis honey and announced his resignation via Twitter this morning saying he will use future earnings from his rented stock to serve the black community intends to start with a one million dollar pledge to Colin Kaepernick's know your rights camp well honey and co founded reddit in two thousand five is married to tennis superstar Serena Williams she's only six years old and she's been nominated for humanitarian award given out by the United Nations the girl from Texas who's made it her own mission to help refugees Paisley Elliott was four when she first learned by refugees are driven from their homes away from danger the first of this young humanitarian from suburban Dallas fort worth cents stuffed animals to Syria then she hand delivered supplies in Mexico I want the world to be a lamp place then she started selling lemonade and launched a go fund me campaign raising enough cash to convert a warehouse into a school for refugee children in Greece.
"alexis honey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Basic general symptoms you cannot get a test at all it will be hot this weekend here's CBS's Jeff Delhi boy easy may hit ninety seven on Saturday in Billings Montana of all places forecast reaching ninety two on Sunday in total over forty eight record highs will be challenged through the weekend for many virtual graduations this year maybe more meaningful here's Jim Axelrod preserving the pop historically challenging circumstances speakers like Alexis honey in the call center of reading cut to the chase for Johns Hopkins graduates failure setbacks disappointments they're all going to be a part of your life this season of virtual commencement schools like Texas yes high profile alarms like Super Bowl champ Pat Mahomes to make the moment he should bowl and memorable when the odds are stacked against us we make the play this is CBS news weather together is super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes at four oh three we begin downtown ninety three south bound near under the speed limit with a tripling closure mystic AB over there they come in through the o'neill tunnel all traffic detoured off at the pike exit twenty that detour should be clearing shortly airport tunnel summer in calendar okay Ted Williams tunnel leveling taken in both directions no significant delay Tobin bridge does that does have delays inbound where there's work crews anyway and on the mass pike in the provincial title east and west you're down two lanes expect a minor slow down there south of the city expressway south you're down two lanes with a brief delay east Milton square the Braintree split ninety three south then has a double enclosure and ran off by route twenty four exit for route twenty four is closed route three north bound side work crews by route fifty three so you down just a bit twenty four ninety five looking good nor the town we have work crews slowing things down on four ninety five north and south by Boston road and Westford and the north bound by the ward hill connector one twenty eight a brief delay northbound by route twenty eight in reading and south in Peabody by hand over street route one is looking good route three twenty minutes both ways between Tings borough and Burlington west of the city on the pike westbound doubling closure slows you down west and state police barracks to the Natick service plaza and then we have work related delays on route two one the west bound side after four ninety five in Littleton on the eastbound side and harbored by route one eleven and in Arlington by route sixty this report sponsored by the Crohn's and colitis foundation the frozen colitis foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over fifty years learn more about research education and support across colitis foundation dot org bodies guys sixty nine degrees steeper at WBZ traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast mostly cloudy skies early this morning a couple showers mainly south of Boston a few patches of fog low sixty five later today damp and dreary clouds to start then turning out partly sunny breezy by this afternoon in and humid perhaps a stray shower I denture near eighty button in the upper sixties on the Cape and islands couple showers and thunderstorms into tonight and early Saturday morning lows in the mid sixties less humid than by Saturday afternoon.
"alexis honey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles it was another night of protests looting and violence in Minneapolis testers chanting the name of George Floyd the man whose death has sparked the outrage a police precinct was set on fire president trump on Twitter criticize the Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry for what Mr trump called a lack of leadership and he threatened to assume control of the situation the mayor responded Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis we are strong as hell is this a difficult time period yes but you better be damn sure that we're gonna get through this woman Minneapolis says African Americans need to be treated properly in a black is ridiculous it is not okay at all it is very very sad in Minneapolis wasn't the only city experiencing civil unrest in Louisville Kentucky a number of people were shot protesting the death in that city of an African American woman police say they did not fire the weapons the nineteen deaths in the U. S. have passed the one hundred one thousand figure CBS is on more via Frank assess different parts of the country are dealing with a pandemic New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order allowing businesses to tell customers no mask no injury but at the liberty tree tavern outside of Austin Texas no masks are allowed and in Missouri cell phone video of Memorial Day weekend festivities at lake of the Ozarks shows a crowd of partiers many without masks attendees like Antoine were advised to quarantine for fourteen days but he says he can't get tested the general symptoms you cannot get a test at all it will be hot this weekend here's CBS's Jeff beer deli Boise may hit ninety seven on Saturday in Billings Montana of all places forecast to reach ninety two on Sunday in total over forty eight record highs will be challenged through the weekend for many virtual graduations this year maybe more meaningful here's Jim Axelrod preserving the pop I made some historically challenging circumstance speakers like Alexis honey in the co founder of reddit cut to the chase for Johns Hopkins graduates failure setbacks disappointments they're all going to be a part of your life in this season of virtual commencement schools like Texas tech as type profile alarms like Super Bowl champ Pat Mahomes.
"alexis honey" Discussed on The Current
"No that's the thing I mean. Listen I'm a? I'm a fulltime entrepreneurs so yeah it's the hustle the grinding. I experienced stress. But the the big thing I wanna highlight is for me. Getting eight hours of sleep is productivity going for a nice walk productivity taking a bath reading a book cooking cleaning doing yoga to me. Those things are also a part of productivity nick. What defines productivity you. What keeps you busy on the day to day that lists that Amanda just rattled off his awesome. I would start with that list Yeah I feel like we're arguing the same point year. I actually think I don't know what we're talking about here with this Shakespeare tweet and like the whole hustle. Metality during this pandemic is we're talking about hostile culture and Hustle. Porn and ways to motivate ourselves I actually think This idea that that you know being in the middle of a pandemic is an opportunity or a positive thing is actually kind of sweet. It's actually I think I just said that I hate it but I also think you can find a positive way to spend what's going on to you then go for it that's awesome. Don't feel shamed into doing something that you don't think is productive once again unless you're literally saving lives. I don't think overextending yourself under sleeping Overworking yourself is a particularly responsible thing to do anything that there's a lot of. I want to come back to this idea of hustle porn as you said but do you think that there's a lot of productivity shaming happening right now. Nick given the fact that people some people. It's not things that they wanted their laid off their job or they can't go to work or they need to be home because Childcare has evaporated and the kids go to school and they have to be around. Our people being shamed because they're not being productive enough. I don't know whether they're being shamed now But I do know that before this crisis hit. We were in a pandemic of hustle culture and overwork This is something that's widely acknowledged the WHO declared over work And over-extension to be a disease this year. It's literally like The feeling of procrastination inability to focus and lack of motivation. That you feel. These are symptoms of of overwork that the WHO literally has listed. So I I think We we've been on a pandemic of overwork and productivity shaming for a long time and now might be a good opportunity to reevaluate Amanda. What do you make better? Have we been in this pandemic of productivity shaming people feeling like they need to constantly be doing more and more and more? I mean I so I definitely think that the in the corporate world there are a lot of people that are are hustling a little too hard to the point where it's affecting their health their mental health their family relationships etc. And I think this is a great opportunity for those people with children now at home to spend quality time with your family into spend quality time with your kids now the the networks in communities that. I'm in which are a lot of young women and social entrepreneurs are actually very very inspirational and supportive. I don't see any productivity shaming happening What I do is really positive inspirational creative. Things that are that are developing a good friend of mine just launched a new initiative to help the frontline health workers. I have another client. That's working on launching a podcast. So there's like really cool creative new things that are gonNA come out of this entire thing and I'm really excited and optimistic to see about all the good that's going to happen in the world because of this. Nikki used the phrase hustle porn. This is a term that was coined by the CO founder of Reddit. Alexis honey and have a listen to how he describes it in this age of social media. We have this ability to to kind of weaponize the sort of normal like the sort of bragging about the hustle the grind that we would do maybe already in the office talking about how we just were up until four o'clock back to back all week long talking about sleeping on the factory floor and there is and look in any demanding job especially as an entrepreneur. There are absolutely periods of time. Were going all in sleeping on the floor to get something done on deadline but the idea that you can sustain this every single day. Three sixty five is absurd. Nick what does that phrase mean to? You hustled porn. And how do you see playing it? I think people who genuinely have to hustle to survive you know poor vulnerable. People Marginalized People That's one thing but if you are a Privileged comfortable Person who isn't fighting to survive if you are the CEO Tesla if you're building rocket ships for fun If YOU'RE A billionaire I don't think you should be working one hundred twenty hour weeks and setting that kind of pace for your employees. I think that is toxic I I I think it's psychopathic actually I think hustle porn is the kind of Messaging and Ephemera that that kind of PSYCHOPATHIC impulse throws off. It's the memes. Uc on twitter. That shame you and guilt you into productivity rather than inspiring and encourage you to do it. What's the effect of that because often you'll run into people and you'll say hey. How're you doing not now? But in perhaps as they say the before time people say how are you doing and they'll say oh I'm busy. I'm really really busy. What is the effect of us on that? The time that's so scary met last Mad Max. It's a bad Max reference but yes God I mean I think for me the ground zero for hustle porn and Hustle. Culture is like when you brag about the number of hours. You work It's weird because people who actually work super demanding life saving jobs again. Paramedics frontline workers when they have to work really long hours. They don't usually find them bragging about it. They're exhausted. They're they don't see like being under slept and like being sleep deprived like a good thing that they're worried about that. People who Brag about how busy they are and the number of hours. They work week. Usually don't have anything else to brag about. They work kind of these. It's usually people at start up and like people working in finance to like don't have anything tangible that they're producing so they need something to Brag about the interesting thing is that Study after study shows that people who Brag about working long hours and usually are overestimating the number of hours they're working the US Department of Labor Statistics in two thousand eleven published a study that showed that people who report working seventy five hour weeks are on average lying by about twenty five hours so usually working closer to fifty hours a week. Amanda DC anything toxic in that larger cultural issue. That nick is referencing there. I mean I went to school with I. I went to business school. And then I decided to get into the nonprofit world and the social enterprise world so my whole thing is if you're gonNa Brag about how many hours you've worked if you'RE GONNA brag about how you were up until four am start bragging. About what impact are you making your customer and suppliers? What impact making your employees? What impact are you making on the environment? And the well-being of others like Brag about good fragrance impact that you're making the world not ability. Were up until four am because we're just not making money for yourself. That's my opinion about what people should be bragging about. What advice would you give them to people right now? Who are feeling pressure. Maybe it's from social media but maybe it's also real financial pressure. We've been talking about the fact that it's coming up to the first of April and people don't know how they're gonNA pay the rent. What would you say to them about the pressure that they feel in this weird time that we're in to be really productive? Amanda Yeah so a couple of things. First of all first and foremost self-care always your physical health. Your mental health your wellbeing. You cannot be productive and successful. If you're not healthy and happy taking care of yourself the second thing I would say is even with what is going on. I am a very optimistic person but I do believe there is lots of opportunity out there if we are creative minds. I worked in sales for the past four years so I teach women how to make money and how to come up with business models and small businesses using their gifts and talents in their skill. So you know actually journal the bad and you can follow me on Instagram as well to learn more it's a thirty. Dot Career coaching. And I think there's a lot of opportunity as for us not only bring in some income but also to do good in the world at the same time. What would you say to somebody who is trying to use this time wisely? I would just say Ask yourself whether you are in a position where you're fighting for your survival. If you aren't in a position where you have to hustle to literally survive now might be the time to actually scale down those side. Hustles scaled down the amount of over work. That you're doing and think about literally everything else in your life as I mentioned a try to get some sleep. Take care of yourself Rearrange the furniture in your house. The furniture in your house right now is set up or non quarantine time. Maybe now's the time to like remodel things and reevaluate the way. You're living literally anything bud. Starting a side project that might fizzle and like ruin another hobby for you. You know what I mean. It's good to talk to you both. Thank you and good luck. Amend Armstrong is a social entrepreneur career coach small business consultant next is a freelance journalist and a tennis writer. They're both in Toronto..
"alexis honey" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Were conducting in each month proceedings and demanded entry but were denied by Democrat leadership the excluded GOP lawmakers sat on panels that are not officially invited to closed door interviews of trump administration officials whose testimony demographically bushel wrongdoing by the president of the lawmakers in the closed door proceedings were interviewing Deputy Assistant secretary of defense lark cookbook Republican representative Debbie Lesko of Arizona says a whole bunch of Republican Congress members who were duly elected to just try to get them to find out what is going on in their closed hearings because we were elected to Congress and we don't even know what's going on let's go sits on the house Judiciary Committee which is one of the six committees originally tasked with conducting an impeachment inquiry by house speaker San Fran million Bucks below sea has narrowed access to the closed door questioning to the intelligence foreign affairs and oversight committees and the proceedings have been closed to the public in the press of course Republicans demanded that Adam Schiff who's the chairman of the house intelligence committee allow them inside ship refused to speak to the lawmakers seeking admission Republican represent of Roger Marshall of Kansas as he left Hey just got up and left it doesn't have the guts to tell us why we can't be in the room why he doesn't want to be transparent Marshall called the closed door investigation the biggest farce of my life another Republican lawmakers lined up to condemn the secrecy mo Brooks of Alabama says that this regard to repudiate close to sixty million Americans in the twenty sixteen election if they're going to do that do it in public show your face is so we can all see the travesty you're trying to foist on America of course shift and blows you have defended the process by quitting the panels to in the closed door enquiring to a grand jury and shift to the role of a prosecutor acting much like a former special counsel Robert Muller but he's nuts so we'll see where this ends of them all from the Washington examiner today it's going to be insincere with this ends up now I will just tell you I don't know that these people have a right to be there but I understand they're upset about the lack of transparency and I think they're just trying to call attention on that which I certainly would agree with them on that we have the reddit co founder Alexis honey in he happens to be married to Serena Williams the tennis player and he was in walking the halls of Congress yesterday to advocate for paid the paternity and family leave now the only problem is I've read several articles on this and I can't find out how much pain to return the in family levy once but he says that he got this idea after his wife Serena Williams suffered serious complications after giving birth and he cared for both her and their daughter Olympia while he was on leave of course these co founder of read it so he doesn't need the money but he wants to do this for everybody else and I understand hearts in the right place and all that kind of stuff well this is again one of those deals where the the private sector in the free market should decide this well one of the let me all then they don't let you off go work somewhere else I don't mean I don't know how we do work and how long they don't say how long how long is a paternity leave what I don't know he was part of more than twenty that advocates fathers to home die of men plus care is funding paternity leave they held meetings with lawmakers head of the evening's reception with the future form a group of young house Democrats dove men plus care as committed to a warning one million dollars in grants over the next two years to fund paternity leave for real dance across the country well then this is a private sector solution why you in Congress once again dub to go pay for all this stuff so my once paper turned to leave the lid dove pay for it mix so Chris vice president at dove men plus cares parent company Unilever said the company has received more than thirty thousand applications for grants told the hill in a brief interview says the hardest job was deciding how many grants we could give out because of all the great stories that were coming through why we got the site just give more money say this is the thing who has a legitimate paternity leave story well they're the ones who were deciding aren't day hi Unilever is going through well we'll do this when we will do this one but you want the employers to give it all of them anybody who comes that I need to turn to leave or whatever what's going on and I got you I had a guy I work for me he had for grandmothers who died it was amazing for grandmothers who died this is spam is six months and I said the is this the same woman died two weeks ago no this is a different one well is it the same one that died a month and a half ago and he's going or what I say about that they said no it's not her either as a what she get better this is the despair about a year to have him for grandmothers and died I had one lady that I worked with that had two birthday really there is never and never got busted on I was always questioning about what she just had a birthday earlier that happened this guy also said then he was he was always late and they would tell me that he was getting harassed by the Dixon police department and and they were always pulling him over because he was black that could be true well the so I end up having to call the Dixon police department and ask him have you been no we have no record of pulling this dude over ever it's just that he would be later of course he's trying to make an excuse either it's a dead grandmother or it's you know racist police and so on well the greatest I had lived through was they pulled me away from Christmas vacation this guy was his dad was having open heart surgery and I look at all the music city bowl the same day yeah in a minute well so I went to the boss says that Hey I I found out where they're operating on his dad yeah what do you mean as the music city bowl yeah right the old stadium not if it is a server when it's a miracle Johnny it was a miracle that's the best merit you know I don't know these days people like that are also dumb enough to post their pictures found out he was tweeting so here this is my whole point how do we know who's legitimately taking quote unquote paternity leave and who's not you make up anything in the middle we can you see if it becomes a law all then employers are going to be afraid to say anything about it why don't we just let the private sector decide this if you've got some were you need to take off take all if it's legitimate if it's you know going to the music city bowl that's probably not legitimate that you can take a vacation day in go or whatever but I don't know but they don't even say I've read several articles as they don't even say how long the paternity leave is well it depends what I know we can have depends it is six months is every year wasn't before was one of these idiot democratic candidates for president who said that you should get six months lane six who was that was that the I came in was that come along it could have been any of I want to say it was I think it was her you're right six months leave just to go you know hang out with your kid when they this is not some emergency this is a child who is born or you got a parent who's going through some sickness or whatever six months and the and the company supposed to paying you for six months not to show up I mean the they have no idea how true economy works anyway let me grab any here because we were Thomas earlier layer of did you forget any because we want to talk about we have some chick who writes for teen vogue and they're wanting to she and some journalists organization they've hired some ad agency out of Canada for some reason I don't know why how is an anti static camera can help you with the U. S. trademark but they're wanting to trade mark fake news so they can take it away from Donald trump's will stop saying it and of course I admonish this woman on Twitter issues if you read the whole thing we don't expect to win well then why are you doing it so Eddie is here to chat about that any how are you I know well so how are you I'm super duper what's on your mind obviously trademarks right yeah the trademark him not sure exactly how the trademark laws relate to this but I know that the you probably remember all this when people started just gathering up email addresses your famous people and then these people then when they want to start your own website or whatever address is the website address and yeah they certainly have to buy it right well what what happened with a lot of that stuff is they said no you can't do that you can't take a famous person's name and do this and so but even a trademark is a different thing trademark is usage so you can even make a you could even make a case that I got the Phil Valentine dot com before somebody else the name Phil well intended but you know these are people I know you're talking to the didn't have the name and then they would turn around and sell it to him I think what it yeah some of those got taken to court and they had to give up those names because they said you don't have any it's not your name you can't just go around your scoop it up people thing what a trademark is if if something is in use then you don't have to have the piece of paper it's like a copy right on the song I mean you know those of us who write songs some of of not so good but your your copy write a song but if you can demonstrate that the song was out there and you wrote it you don't even need to cut the copy right is is just an extra layer of protection but it's not the only layer of protection when the trademark office goes and looks at the tweets and the news reports of Donald trump's thing fake news almost every day for three and a half years ago to say I think he beat you to it yeah I'd probably be able to tell they were just doing a mix of we'll see what that's what that's what they're doing and see that's that's the same part of this that I was trying to get through to Emily when I was going back and forth on Twitter I said your problem is you want to shut everybody up that you disagree with I said you want me to give you an example of fake news just recently all of this coverage of Donald Trump using lynching in a tweet but not one word the Biden Nadler and a bunch of other Democrats used the same word in the same context when it was Bill Clinton being impeached that's journalist malpractice that is what I've said many times is not necessarily what they tell you is what they don't so if you're an honest journalist and you've got this story were people are outraged the Donald Trump says lynching in a tweet regarding his impeachment or impending impeachment then an honest journalist would say but Biden use the same language about Bill Clinton back when he was being impeached and so did Nadler insulted me and so did someone that would be honest journalism anything less than honest journalism is fake news.
"alexis honey" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"On ready your mom we call it news you can lose always bring in Caleb Johnson the problem is that killed Johnson has not been here well I've been here for like a week so we have not had a news you can lose like we normally do at the end of my shell so great to have you back it's great to be back on us honestly it's like conflicting schedules with us and then of course they shut down the power at colony square yeah that was a problem is yeah that that essentially got rid of me for a little while while you know as we moved up to the other studios they didn't have all of the software that we needed for sports flashes anyway so yeah it's good to be back I I think I found a couple of things that would be pretty fun tonight yeah and if you've never heard news you can lose with Caleb Johnson your first time ever tuning in kill of courses in doing our sports flashes all night long he comes in and the final the final segment of my show because they'll just take a break from hard hitting you know sports sports sports now we still talk about sports here but we kinda mix in some pop culture and things happening in the news as well so as always take take it what all right we're talking chicken sandwiches I'll boy names getting I'll see okay got that like have you had quickly he had the pop eyes when I I have it I don't either I'm one of those like I didn't want to wait I love Popeyes yeah and so this whole craze that's happened over is actually kind of deterred me from going there because the lines are insane I don't know if you saw all today we we are going to talk about this specifically but they Popeye's did announce as a company that they have run out of chicken now inches away like V. D. production that they were planning on having for this month they're out nationwide I was driving back to pass the pop eyes at like nine o'clock last Friday and there was a line wrapped around the building and apparently I also read again is is not more talk about but it is it's it's it's definitely news right now I read that social media alone has given Popeye's like twenty five million dollars in free advertising yeah ridiculous stuff ridiculous stuff anyway enough pop by sales effort way too much about that stuff we got tonight hi this is coming from the world of sports but it but it once again we're kind of getting outside you know the not so much the the nitty gritty the exes and ohs kind of stuff but I saw the story and I absolutely loved it knew I had to bring it to the show tonight so I'm a huge fan of Serena Williams I just I love her game kinda like her her bravado and like just how she is I don't know so dominant in her support and just a lot of fun to watch play well so the big story this kind of been sensationalized has been the first round U. S. open Serena Williams playing at Maria Sharapova who once was her break biggest rival but I don't think Sharapova's beaten are like nine straight match or some ridiculous number well she yeah she hasn't beaten are I think it was like since like two thousand four Alaska's even longer yeah like like that's that's a whole different thing it's kind of like the the rivalry has been sensationalized a bit because Serena has been early nineteen times now so it's nine allowed line more than eight times like yeah after she beer this latest time well so the the latest time to occur Serena Williams husband showed up to support his wife you know has a good husband yeah Alexis I'm sure and what his last name is anyways he is the founder of read it so No Way yeah is yeah I knew she married someone famous that it really is the founder of reddit how much is the guy war always got to be worth a billion live hi Ian this is last name Alexis honey and anyways he showed up to the US open did you happen to see the shirt he was where I did not all right it was a dare shirt now do you remember the dare program back in elementary school you were I was on the end of it the way I might have missed you okay so dare in you I don't know if you know so you never seen the like Blackshirt net letters no all right well people especially in Georgia should be familiar with the dare program it was drug abuse resistance education okay it was all about prevent the use of controlled drugs then do you happen to remember what happened to Maria Sharapova it would be I think your job for a year because of a doping doping essentially which you claim was you know accidental that's what they all say yeah all my goons so Maria Sharapova back in twenty seventeen are are the twenty seventeen came later and twenty sixteen it was that she was caught for performance enhancing drugs had to sit out the whole season and then there's also in twenty seventeen Sharapova released a memo wire and which she took some shots at at Serena Williams didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense these are heard these are Maria Sharapova's words I think Serena hated me for being the skinny kid who beat her against all odds at Wimbledon he's goes on to say first of all her physical presence is much stronger and bigger than you realize when watching TV she has thick arms thick legs and it's so intimidating and strong and fault really tall what what's interesting to point out as Maria Sharapova's actually taller than Serena Williams but I will I will give Sharapova dim the I I will agree with or that it they will eat you compare Serena to any other tennis player out there sure she's she is bill and he's he's he's a beast there are few so good right yeah he's so powerful you can't hit through her but I think the kind of where they become and disagreement is like Sharapova kinda likes to play into the stereo types that's true as well and and and also like I do that's why I just love the story so much is because this matchup is been painted as a big rivalry and it's really not so much once you actually look at wins and losses and obviously this last time Serena took her down I think it was six one six love Hey is six one yeah it's six one six one or six one six love but it was quick and easy react to it was like an hour and a half and exactly and that was it yeah so hub hobby shows up Alexis with the the against drugs sure that their shirt what kind of throw throw some shade in and around kind of having fun with them and what I learned tonight is that mad that Serena Williams is married to the founder of reddit and yet be at not a nice pocket book to have the the founder of reddit's ignoring you on must the founder of PayPal is ridiculous ridiculous all right next door here yet one more round you lose okay go ahead all right now whenever you were in school did you ever think about throwing away trash think about throwing away trash while I was in school like that's a very broad question it really is I mean yeah sure yes well I but but I feel like throwing away trash at school it's it's second nature you see what I can you know throwing the trash can that's it okay well there is an Australian school in the city of Mel born uhhuh the Mel born girls college has removed all trash cans from the premises this is an all girls school Milborne Australia removed all trash cans hi because they want students to produce less trash and take all of their trash home so that way they can and will what this makes no sense this is a whole movement like yeah it just it blew my mind when I read the story this is a movement I look at the school was looking at ways to reduce the amount of waste they produce so their solution was were taking out trash cans and whatever trash you make while at school you have to take home that is the dumbest idea I school yeah the school spent thirteen thousand dollars removing thirty five thousand cubic feet of trash in twenty eighteen all right so the list the school spent thirteen thousand dollars on trash removal over the year which I figure for a college is relatively standard abnormal right yeah you know I mean obviously it bigger schools probably gets a little bit crazier Georgia at times yeah you well you would have to think so so the but this school solution was we're just taking taking the trash cans out even like and and the thing that was wondering about as I was like whoa wait you've got lunch though a significant source the trash was created during lunch students would throw a plastic food containers and utensils the school once this students to start packing their lunches and reusable containers and avoid single use items this is such a like you can see how they thought this up and they're think tank room they were like okay we gotta cut money we'll we'll look let's just do the trash and we'll and we'll kind of steer to where it looks like we're trying to be super green but making people you know not use as much throw away if they throw throw away the plastic which again makes sense but yeah same time no trash cans at all you're done with that not one single Kate is just gonna take is track and thrown on the ground because you look at this new mom on no that's going to happen that's that's my whole thing is it just it blows my mind that that they're trying this there they are gonna have recycling bins which I guess is a good thing but but yeah no trash cans because of course it's twenty nineteen that's what you should be doing what you should be doing and and it was funny too is like it's not gonna reduce anyways because let's say people actually bring their own trash bags and bringing back home then they're just adding to what they do at home it's like the trash doesn't go down so voice what we do is a news you can lose because their stuff happening in the world that you probably did not hear that is still just absolutely unbelievable and that is definitely one right there all right well don't go to the all girls college in Melbourne even in a bathroom that that error recycling bins my goodness yeah right what do I think much stuff is thrown in a recycling bin that's not recyclable because it's like.
"alexis honey" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"All right sorry guys i know that pun was cheesy all right let's see what else you got here a mallow yoga i mean milton yogurt topless is back in the news remember that guy the dude had a book those terrible eighteen last night yes yeah he's back in the news because he tot he said he hoped journalists are murdered right before do shot up a journal news station a newspaper he's of course came back and said he was just trolling so you know how you can like call for murder of people but is just a joke if you wide i guess may we have covered articles on here one negative have us on facebook said like i hope to police get shot at police literally had to come in bring them into the station if you say like i hate why people why people need to die you are definitely going to jail like they're gonna at least come interview this do really got to say that what the platform yes and get shot i'm just joking guys funny all right let's do some otherwise people news how about this meghan markle and bring screaming out i'll go onto working on in the background because i'm professional care thank you meghan markle answering a williams have been kicking it okay matt facts arena we had a press conference you're supposed to do this weekend she actually delayed it so she can go kick it with megan because actually reallife brands yeah it's cold front is like that you know what just put a win after a delay too because the tennis people show up at her house on announced drug test megan serena williams joined the polo set the duchess of sussex is joined by tennis legend and her tick title husband to watch harry in prince william play in a charity polo match oh last time prince harry was at the audie polo challenge our is on his then girlfriend meghan markle but today the dutch is obsessive made a subtle entrance as she arrived in ascot berkshire to cheer on her husband the moyo newlyweds also accompanied by their good friends serena williams and her husband alexis honey in both who both attended the royal wedding windsor castle in may tennis pictures megan address with a nice car there's a lexus and serena and megan they got time from the back with serena thank you cameraman appreciate you doing this duke assessing the light polo fast for the second day on the try as he set spectators alongside his brother he prince william enjoy the some brotherly bonding as they took to the turf of the cower park polo club per his harian appearance today comes at the thrills force fans at a charity match in oxfordshire west yesterday harry has been what's being squatting his writing helmet following on from yesterday when he made a surprise appearance at british polo day in henley on things oxford shar friday's event which saw prince harry and the usbased videotape team take all the uae raise two hundred thousand pounds for the royal foundation and cinta bill to charities of which he is a patron so it was i hit helping spread the word for page for charity and that's him on horse playing polo i guess what does this woman so i'd i'd have i don't know who's it is very white very white i don't even what how you score or winning paolo me either i just thought his by wearing those shirts the night before harry was doing by megan thirty six at an engagement with the queen but his wife tells us it out the day polo the prisoner appeared in good spirits he shot skills on the field alongside leading man's polo player adolfo cumby also and women's star nina clarkin so good bear everybody glass arena got to hang out meghan kick it you know harry got the play front greatest tennis player of all time you know who knows the kind of things they talk about when they get together swirly stuff just i woke swirly delicious oh priyanka chopra stunned in a red sari as she puts on a loved up display with bo nick jonas at a powder engagement pash in by our state so we know that nick jonas preoccupied been dating for quite some time to begin serious thing last time we covered they officially like announced that they were dating via his instagram and now they're going to other people's engage parties okay you know that's when things start getting serious star ten and stuff like wins and shit together they went public with their relationship earlier this week and.
"alexis honey" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Williams she was pregnant when she won the australian open and by about two months like maybe eight weeks or so and i know now she's twenty weeks and she just confirmed here's the instagram that she sent out i she's in like a bathing suit do they know or who's the that's how they wide got data i don't know hoping it's beyond they know one one he's like attack i what is that he's like a gigi looking white guy i his name is alexis handy in and after they they're engaged here's a picture him are not i guy i know we be looking looking at him oh he's the radical founder oh oh what where i what is that guy were noah icing one two articles that say that have the riot one says four point five another one civilian million i can't be right now and not because it seems like he's he worth more and it does it get you the access we were talking about acts that that guys and get access with four point five other has nine billion she said billion no no millions and millions face or i yeah he's allah poor so she's about twenty leagues along this the first child horse arena her fiance alexis honey and they're planning their wedding but no date or anything yet sometimes you find that you're pregnant before you're planning a wedding you just go look let's just have this baby and let our lives settle down i want to get back to my post baby.
"alexis honey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Start the new year with the resolution to say this week at chicago monday fresh moments again with kick impressed we're only get dollar ninety nine of pounds great for your budget great for your family neal pick up last week deal one naval orange fourth down bag's hard to nineteen nineties and because it's cold outside stay warm inside campbell's chilly junkie or home style for for five dollars happy new year from all of our food job see store for details he's like one oh seven one total of it's that they're good on the coming in bradley show and i took one of seven one of the listed at the reason what's dirty today it's all sorts of fun savvy girls serena williams showing up her engagement ramo made by the way to me and that is headlined with my favorite all of that it was it cut it always a winnable time dating again i i rest yeah he is marrying reddit co founder alexis honey and an offense how you say his name but she posted a darling picture push looks the kids he's wearing that the white tank and a foofy black heard and then little like ecac and and he's so happy and she's just like pat got a little fuck picked up and she has her hand on his chest her left against you can see the reins he just they both took darling sees the lovely i think i think so tale i live by the way i mean come i'm successful power couple of total the she's thirty five he's thirty three these are very appropriate ages to get married and he papa caused in an romo where they first that so and then wrong celebrated their engagement in new zealand and they just gets that all around the world ashe look life like to thank unkind like or don't or i was it's your backyard and you can just yeah let him go anywhere people have it get hope that they appreciate that that's up with that's really all i have to say about that what do you think about people who are like so he's reddit co founder so he really started a business from in the garage up she's a pro athlete like there's us there's no work ethic that comes.