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Athletic director: Wisconsin has 22 positive COVID-19 cases
"In the Wisconsin Badgers football program is growing, athletic director Barry Alvarez told ESPN College GameDay this morning at 22. People have now tested positive up from 16 yesterday. Alvarez also says there have been discussions about shortening a 21 Day waiting period. Players who test positive. I think several athletic directors have looked at that number. Andi thought it was a little high, but none of us are doctors. It's not our decision to make. It's that's for our medical professionals to make and I'm sure we'll take a look at the school will decide by Tuesday whether or not to complain next Saturday against Purdue that
Retirement in America in 2020
"Happy to bring onto the program. Dr Ken Dike Wall, the founder and CEO of age wave. Can just keynoted, the financial planner retreat that we held here at Edelman financial engines last week. This time, of course, was done. Virtually Ken's clients include half the Fortune 500. He received the American Society on a Jing's award twice. He's one of the 35 most influential thought leaders in the financial services industry, according to investment news. Ken. Thank you so much for coming back on the program record is always great to be with you. Now. The reason that I asked him to come on is because of something can said at our retreat. That I've heard. Can you say that several times you and I have known each other for 20 years. I've seen you speak more times than I can remember. You're one of my favorite public speakers. And you said something again in this event, but this time it finally hit me and it got me thinking you gave the following statistic as part of your conversation with us. You said every year in America. We produce about four million babies. And we are also producing about 20 million caregivers. Now that statistic itself is shocking five times as many people are caring for elders as they are for babies. That was really your point reflecting the aging society, right? That was the point you were making. Yes. But it got me thinking it's even worse than that, isn't it? Because when you have four million babies that doesn't mean four million new moms, lots of mom's air having their second or third baby. Which means we're not producing four million new moms were producing Maybe one or two million new moms versus the 20 million new caregivers. The dispersion is even worse than the statistic itself. Suggests, isn't it? Yeah, it's something that sort of off the radar, but it's not off the radar. I'm sure for all of your listeners because nearly every one of us is touched by this in our life, you know, looking after a mom or a dad or a spouse or brother or a sister. It's become a major part of life now and There's a couple of valuables and erected, really pull it together. First, we a cz, you know, and your listeners know we're all living quite a bit longer than humans have ever lived before. The life expectancy in the beginning of the 20th century was 47. Today. It's about 79. But by the way, I'll also tell you that there are 33 countries in the world that have a higher life expectancy than we do. We are very middling when it comes to longevity. But the really interesting piece of it is what's called health span. So our health span doesn't seem to be matching our lifespan. What I mean In the United States. On average, we spend about 10 years sick at the end of our lives, and sometimes we can even spend years dying. Now what that does is, it creates an entire segment of our population. Turning that suffering for whom Our health care system has not done a good job preventing illness or disease but also causes family members. Tohave tow walk away from their jobs, their take every Tuesday afternoon off or relocate. In order to look after either their spouse or their mom and dad and the numbers are enormous. You mentioned 20 million new ones last year, but all in is over 40 million elder caregivers right now in America. And that number can on ly get bigger, right? Yeah, it's going to get bigger and a little more complicated, and I'll explain this. First of all, one of the major variables here has to do with the relation between Men and women and let me explain in America. The average woman who's partnered with a man has a man whose 2.5 years older than her. That's the average right now. The women live five years longer than men. So what usually happens then, At the end of one's life, the mangroves, Il begins to falter. The wife will put everything inside and care for her maid for her loved one. He dies, she might be emotionally depleted. They might even be financially depleted because they perhaps didn't have the resources. Handle what happens when someone is ill. But then she's going to live another 7 to 10 years. Who's going to care for her now for boomers. Now I'm a boomer, and I think you are, too. When our parents were having us. They were averaging four kids each, so the greatest generation in the silent generation had a lot of kids. And they were kind of close at hand. Boomers only averaged about two kids each and about almost 20% of the boomers had no kids at all. And so what happens is when we enter into our later years. Who's going to care for us? And so there's gonna be more of a caregiving crunch, which means at home care industries. They're goingto surge. More and more people are going to seek out housemates. More and more. I think we need to put pressure on the medical system and our scientific systems. Because if we could knock out diseases like Alzheimer's, if we could wipe out I know that's something you're committed to if we could wipe out some of the really nasty diseases of the later years. Then we wouldn't have so many older people suffering and therefore we wouldn't have such a need for caregivers. So we've got to get the lifespan and the health span to be more in sync exactly. So this is something that is as fundamental is a gets from a financial planning perspective what we were now referring to as life planning to help people realize what your future is likely to hold, and you've got to think about it in terms of your intergenerational aspects of your family. How many Children do you have? How many of them can you rely on either because of proximity because of willingness because of financial wherewithal to be able to be a caregiver to you, And if you have suspicions that that's not going to be available to you for any of the above reasons you need to start thinking about alternative ways that you can get the care that you're going to need and not just you, but also for your spouse. Right. And another thing that's happened, Rick is it during this horrible covitz situation? 46% of all the deaths have occurred in nursing homes and still nursing facilities. And they're probably not completely to blame because they housed some of the most struggling elders by half of whom have Alzheimer's and dementia. But what happened as a result of that Is that a whole lot of people are saying to themselves, man. I don't think I want to be in a nursing home. Well, okay, then. Then you need to sit down with your financial planner and make sure you've got some resources or talk to your family. So that you could be looked after the comfort of your home in the way you want to be looked after without having to worry about being parked in a nursing home can thank you so much for raising this issue it is. I think something that we're not giving a lot of thought of. We've got an election coming up in a few days. We have the midst of the covert crisis in front of us. Andi. It's very difficult for people to look beyond the here and now given what our nation is facing imminently to looking ahead 5 10 20 years into our financial future, but it's extraordinarily important that we do so especially in the context of the election because it's our nation's leaders who were about to send or return to Washington. That are going to be key for figuring out the public policies necessary to help protect tens of millions of aging Americans over the coming couple of decades. Exactly. Ken Dike. Well, thank you so much for mentioning this your book. As I mentioned what retirees want. It's hugely popular already hitting all the bestseller lists. You're subtitle really says it all, though, about what your new book What retirees want is all about. Subtitle is a holistic view of life Third age, and that's a lot of what I'm trying to put forward in this book for our grand parents when they reach retirement age. Had a couple of three years before their batteries were out today, most of us we had 60. We have another 30 years in front of us and trying to figure out how to make sure we can fund those years and also have a great time during that stage of our life, and maybe even make some great contributions. I think it's going to be the challenge of the future. So I encourage you to pick up a copy of Ken's brand new book What Retirees Want Available Booksellers everywhere. Ken Dyke, Wild founder and CEO of Age wave. Thanks so much Kan for being back here on the program. Stay healthy. Stay safe, Rick. Thanks.
Tropical Storm Zeta leaves behind widespread damage, power outages across Gulf Coast
"Winds and high water. Last evening, Hurricane Zeta became the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic season to strike Louisiana. Zeta has taken at least five lives on its race across several states. Millions are without power, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards, calls the damage in the barrier island of Grand Isle catastrophic. Heartbreaks because this has been a tough tough year, and we've been fighting the Kobe and public health emergency since March. We've had so many main storms that have come through Louisiana, Andi and to do that, on the almost at Halloween. Joe Valiant is the emergency management director of Jefferson Parish,
Ant Group to raise $34.5 billion, valuing it at over $313 billion, in biggest IPO of all time
"Jack Mas and group It's expected to raise about $34.5 billion through an I P s right in Shanghai and Hong Kong on here's a little perspective for you. That's about the same valuations. JPMorgan Chase four times larger than Goldman Sachs. How about that? Let's get more on this company and why it's cornering so much attention, and it's rolling the global financial landscape. Bloomberg News deals reporter Crystal seas with us. She's on the phone in New York City. Crystal good to have you here with us. I mean, this is a blockbuster. Yeah, it's the biggest Theo As we expected. You know, a Ramco last year to be the big hero turned out to be a 29 billion dio. And in here we come 35 billion, so this really would be the biggest deal. It would be a monster deal. Why do people want to invest in it? Where's the appetite coming from? This's a story of a very much for player in the fintech space and all these impact player. It is a competition like that in this papal pasta then, but a plus the J. P. Morgan Really. It has a lot of influence in China because somehow take over the shares. Market shares. Traditional banks Path popular in China. And Ollie paid, which is the product that and operate with. It's probably the biggest player in China, so I mean that it's on Alone just share volume that they process gives them the valuation and this race that they could justify So Krystal is it a company that will continue to dominate in China and in Asia specifically or did something a company that we're going to see spread throughout the globe? Ultimately, Interestingly, 40% of the use of proceeds is actually going to be used for overseas payment extension on DH, although that's sounds like they're expanding out of China. Very much focused on Chinese customers. What it really means is that they will try to extend into merchant In in in places where Chinese tourists like to visit like, You know, when you go, too, I guess like the husband yard. When you go to Paris with me, you will feed a luxury stores with on Ali pay Q R code so That is that is what they want. That's what their expansion is focusing on. But it's very much so a China Pacific play and not even within Asia is very much a China. People play well on Krystal. It's also a Chinese listing. I feel like it's not lost on any of the US any of us that this wasn't a US listing. They're not on the nicely. They're not in the NASDAQ. They II Po'ed in Hong Kong and Shanghai. I'm assuming in large part because of the scrutiny Chinese listed firms are under here in the U. S. But How significant is it that this thing did not price in New York City? He has the biggest. Whoever is not a U. S listing is also is the Chinese company that is listening in China and Hong Kong that the concurrent listening It's interesting. This has not been done before. Some companies have tried Teo a simultaneous thing. And will be the first to pull it off. But more importantly, Andi Ali pay and we have. Hey, we're under White House scrutiny just last month. White House is trying to ban both products and the US So I think that just that also explains why us It's not a friendly environment for this idea. Yeah, are we expected to see in a tiara at any point? It could happen, but with 35 billion. I don't think that is the immediate next after them.
In-Person Early Voting Begins Across Los Angeles
"One way about not voting for the president to be reelected. Andi. I wanted to make sure that I want with this man says it was quick and easy, and it's very simple. We got here by wife actually dragged me here because I wasn't sure about coming. But she said, no, Come on, and you know very easy process, you know,
"andi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"I can do I wanted to go after that market and I can't tell you how easy it is now because everybody. Is unsettled and unsure and all the certainty that we want to protect ourselves is gone and so in uncertainty you know don't waste a crisis and so as we help companies change to your point, they do resist until they realized maybe this is a crisis that you have to address. Now, the question is, what's the new script? How do I play it and I appreciate that humans resist because it's scary new fell we'll have my job. How do I do this my business grow all the uncertainties but yesterday is tomorrow and we are futurists. Are podcasts was ranked in the top twenty futurist podcasts but humans are futures. We have to see you tomorrow to lift today, and that's what we begin to help them do. So as your listeners are listening in thinking about the story, you believe to be your truth and what are you going to have to do to change it and then change it manager mind. So it's exciting times for us. We're having a great time lots of customers and lots of interesting work to do. It's amazing work and I think and I tell people this Salat. We have this opportunity right now to. Change things and design I love the play analogy. It's the design your life on your organization. Organizations power going okay. We have this period of time. That were not rushing some organizations are they seem to be busier than ever because they're scrambling to try to figure out what to do, and it often looks and feels like square peg round hole type of activities and it's not working for them. But instead of just saying, okay, what would we like this to look like? Where are we? Now let's connect dots and give that opportunity to your people and your organization and when you do that. Some things sap and we go back to the great recession back in two, thousand, eight, thousand nine, and we think about all the innovation that took place back then. I'm hopeful that we start seeing the same things now where there's organizations that we're not seeing at this moment that are creating things that in the next five to ten years are going to be. Just normal typical things that we use in our lives that make our lives easier to do things we wanna do it is so interesting because Higher Ed, my higher ed clients resisted going to remote learning until then in a weekend, my friend who's a college president said, all the resistors became. And in a weekend, we all went to remote learning. I'm not sure what we're going to do with the campus. The second one is. Online learning for home schoolers and my granddaughter has decided she'd rather do learning at home remote learning instead of going to the middle school that never would have happened before, and then the third is in healthcare I've got healthcare clients who aren't quite sure how to do telemedicine and hated the idea that. Some of the most innovative people was simply saying telemedicine and in a weekend, we brought our clients up on it three days. Later, the doctors who hated it loved it it's interesting as an. Having worked in healthcare for over a decade I know that resist and sin I know in Tronto Ontario places that I'm based out of for the longest time..
"andi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got Andy Simon, , online Andy, how , are you? ? I'm just wonderful. . How are you Michael I am awesome. . I'm vertical. . That's always a good way to be a especially during times of pandemics and whatnot. So . that looking forward to this interview for a bit of time now. . So let's let's dive in. . So tell the audience a little bit about yourself in in the. . Work that you're doing. . So my name is Andy Simon I'm a corporate anthropologist, , a doctorate, , and I am an expert in helping organizations and the people inside them change and I've had a background in both academics, , and in business I was vp of a bank and S who've another bank can in healthcare during change. But . what I learned to said people humans eight to change. . And if nothing else a little anthropology might help them step back and see things through a fresh lens an essay due. . You'd be amazed how their brain goes from fighting and resisting the changes to embracing them and saying Oh that's right here. . So I would say, , the way forward is all around you. . If only you can see it and our job has been to help people do just that. . So I'm an author and award winning author of a book called on the brink of fresh lens to take your business to new heights, , and I'm a podcast like yourself and I totally enjoy sharing on podcast video and audio how people can help us change and humans really do hate to change they love the idea, , but they hate to do it. . So that's who I am. . Changes a dirty word to a lot of people. . I. . See it all the time when I advise people to and I even use the word adjustment I don't even bring in the word change because they hear that word they automatically just tense up and you make some minor adjustments here and there and like okay I can do that and. . I'm with you on that. It's . so many people are afraid of because they think it's this big job in for some people it might be it might be really transformational for them to go through the work because they have to look within and sometimes people are afraid to look within because. . You know we're our own worst enemies in many ways, , and especially now during this pandemic, , where we do have an opportunity to make some adjustments or changes in our lives that make us better off once we get to the next normal. . So many people feel paralyzed and they don't want to take the necessary steps that they need to do in order to get to the goals and the things that they want in life. . You know it's not personal. . The brain hates it because that's how we. . Ourselves to survive and our cultures and the stories we share our really our conversations are our reality. . The way the brain works is it takes data informs a story about it, , and once you have that story, , you think that's reality. . It's just a perception of it and you're always a hero in that story. . So you only see the things that a firm believe to be true and the line I liked to say is the only truth is there's no truth but once you have that wonderful perception of reality, , your brain is very happy. . Keeping it everything around you has changed and it's no longer often, , and so now the question is, , how do I get you to change your story and how do you visualize a new or a new business and really come to grips with the changes that are taking place? ? I often tell my clients think if this is a play, , you really know hamlet very well the tomorrow we have to play, , Macbeth what would you do? ? You find the script or you'd write the script and then you begin to rehearse the script and then you'd have. . A director to help you figure out where to stand on stage but we're trying to do that today in a moment you know used to say, , if you want to change have a crisis or create one little I know cove it was going to give me my crisis and I tell people don't waste the crisis I have clients who have been trying to do something for three years and all of a sudden. . I can do I wanted to go after that market and I can't tell you how easy it is now because everybody. . Is unsettled and unsure and all the certainty that we want to protect ourselves is gone and so in uncertainty you know don't waste a crisis and so as we help companies change to your point, , they do resist until they realized maybe this is a crisis that you have to address. . Now, the , question is, , what's the new script? ? How do I play it and I appreciate that humans resist because it's scary new fell we'll have my job. . How do I do this my business grow all the uncertainties but yesterday is tomorrow and we are futurists. . Are podcasts was ranked in the top twenty futurist podcasts but humans are futures. . We have to see you tomorrow to lift today, , and that's what we begin to help them do. . So as your listeners are listening in thinking about the story, you , believe to be your truth and what are you going to have to do to change it and then change it manager mind. . So it's exciting times for us. . We're having a great time lots of customers and lots of interesting work to do. .
An Interview with Corporate Anthropologist Andi Simon
"Welcome back I've got Andy Simon, online Andy, how are you? I'm just wonderful. How are you Michael I am awesome. I'm vertical. That's always a good way to be a especially during times of pandemics and whatnot. So that looking forward to this interview for a bit of time now. So let's let's dive in. So tell the audience a little bit about yourself in in the. Work that you're doing. So my name is Andy Simon I'm a corporate anthropologist, a doctorate, and I am an expert in helping organizations and the people inside them change and I've had a background in both academics, and in business I was vp of a bank and S who've another bank can in healthcare during change. But what I learned to said people humans eight to change. And if nothing else a little anthropology might help them step back and see things through a fresh lens an essay due. You'd be amazed how their brain goes from fighting and resisting the changes to embracing them and saying Oh that's right here. So I would say, the way forward is all around you. If only you can see it and our job has been to help people do just that. So I'm an author and award winning author of a book called on the brink of fresh lens to take your business to new heights, and I'm a podcast like yourself and I totally enjoy sharing on podcast video and audio how people can help us change and humans really do hate to change they love the idea, but they hate to do it. So that's who I am. Changes a dirty word to a lot of people. I. See it all the time when I advise people to and I even use the word adjustment I don't even bring in the word change because they hear that word they automatically just tense up and you make some minor adjustments here and there and like okay I can do that and. I'm with you on that. It's so many people are afraid of because they think it's this big job in for some people it might be it might be really transformational for them to go through the work because they have to look within and sometimes people are afraid to look within because. You know we're our own worst enemies in many ways, and especially now during this pandemic, where we do have an opportunity to make some adjustments or changes in our lives that make us better off once we get to the next normal. So many people feel paralyzed and they don't want to take the necessary steps that they need to do in order to get to the goals and the things that they want in life. You know it's not personal. The brain hates it because that's how we. Ourselves to survive and our cultures and the stories we share our really our conversations are our reality. The way the brain works is it takes data informs a story about it, and once you have that story, you think that's reality. It's just a perception of it and you're always a hero in that story. So you only see the things that a firm believe to be true and the line I liked to say is the only truth is there's no truth but once you have that wonderful perception of reality, your brain is very happy. Keeping it everything around you has changed and it's no longer often, and so now the question is, how do I get you to change your story and how do you visualize a new or a new business and really come to grips with the changes that are taking place? I often tell my clients think if this is a play, you really know hamlet very well the tomorrow we have to play, Macbeth what would you do? You find the script or you'd write the script and then you begin to rehearse the script and then you'd have. A director to help you figure out where to stand on stage but we're trying to do that today in a moment you know used to say, if you want to change have a crisis or create one little I know cove it was going to give me my crisis and I tell people don't waste the crisis I have clients who have been trying to do something for three years and all of a sudden. I can do I wanted to go after that market and I can't tell you how easy it is now because everybody. Is unsettled and unsure and all the certainty that we want to protect ourselves is gone and so in uncertainty you know don't waste a crisis and so as we help companies change to your point, they do resist until they realized maybe this is a crisis that you have to address. Now, the question is, what's the new script? How do I play it and I appreciate that humans resist because it's scary new fell we'll have my job. How do I do this my business grow all the uncertainties but yesterday is tomorrow and we are futurists. Are podcasts was ranked in the top twenty futurist podcasts but humans are futures. We have to see you tomorrow to lift today, and that's what we begin to help them do. So as your listeners are listening in thinking about the story, you believe to be your truth and what are you going to have to do to change it and then change it manager mind. So it's exciting times for us. We're having a great time lots of customers and lots of interesting work to do.
"andi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got Andy Simon, online Andy, how are you? I'm just wonderful. How are you Michael I am awesome. I'm vertical. That's always a good way to be a especially during times of pandemics and whatnot. So that looking forward to this interview for a bit of time now. So let's let's dive in. So tell the audience a little bit about yourself in in the. Work that you're doing. So my name is Andy Simon I'm a corporate anthropologist, a doctorate, and I am an expert in helping organizations and the people inside them change and I've had a background in both academics, and in business I was vp of a bank and S who've another bank can in healthcare during change. But what I learned to said people humans eight to change. And if nothing else a little anthropology might help them step back and see things through a fresh lens an essay due. You'd be amazed how their brain goes from fighting and resisting the changes to embracing them and saying Oh that's right here. So I would say, the way forward is all around you. If only you can see it and our job has been to help people do just that. So I'm an author and award winning author of a book called on the brink of fresh lens to take your business to new heights, and I'm a podcast like yourself and I totally enjoy sharing on podcast video and audio how people can help us change and humans really do hate to change they love the idea, but they hate to do it. So that's who I am. Changes a dirty word to a lot of people. I. See it all the time when I advise people to and I even use the word adjustment I don't even bring in the word change because they hear that word they automatically just tense up and you make some minor adjustments here and there and like okay I can do that and. I'm with you on that. It's so many people are afraid of because they think it's this big job in for some people it might be it might be really transformational for them.
Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters
"Denied reports that its soldiers open far on hundreds of protesters in the city of Lagos Eye. Witnesses say schools of people were shot and injured on Tuesday evening in the suburb of Lucky, and several killed. This protester told the BBC. The shooting was unprovoked. All of us. We're actually sitting on the ground. You want to let him know that we're now about to cause trouble. There was violence on the open fire directly street adults, and he kept on advancing on advancing. Everybody got up. Andi became total jails. Many more people guides. I could count about 10 people that died immediately in sports lifeless bodies. About 50 people go injured Wass terrible last night. On Twitter. The army called the reports fake news. But the Lego state governor acknowledged that is serious shooting incident had taken place, saying that forces beyond his control were responsible. He visited injured people in hospital on promise an investigation. Our
Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling
"Alliance to mano, and we're joined by Professor Brenda Shaffer of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. I begin with the news. This is Reuters. Within these last hours, Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other on Sunday within last hours. Violating a new humanitarian ceasefire and fighting over the mountain enclave of Nagorno car. Bach after was agreed The truce agreed on Saturday came into force at midnight after a week old Russian brokered ceasefire failed to halt the worst fighting at 10. 10 GMT, The Azeri Defense Ministry said the aft Agdam region adjacent to growing a car back was under Armenian shelling. It said overnight army and military units open fire from large caliber weapons along the border, which Armenia denied. Armenia said the Azeri army had fired twice during the night and used artillery and accused Baku. Rejecting its request to withdraw the wounded soldiers from the battlefield. Mr Ambassador, I come to you with first the poor news of the breakdown in the cease fire. And then the positive news from Washington that the foreign minister of Armenia will meet with your foreign minister of Azerbaijan, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state on Friday. Does that look to be a moment when a more lasting ceasefire could take hold since the Russians failed? Can Washington succeed? Good evening to you? Good evening, John. Always good talking to you. And once again thank you for keeping this, Uh public and listeners updated on the development of the region. Unfortunately, issue actually pointed out the ceasefire has broken down again. That's the second time that the minions violate the cease fire. We don't fully understand why they Sign this file. Just violated very shortly afterwards. What elevation is that once they don't really want to seize fire? They didn't don't wantto engage in the Meaningful conversation on substantive talks. All they want is to prolong the occupation of the virgin lands on DH by why didn't cease fire created conditions with third parties to participate to direct, uh, posters, other parties, including courses of action in this case in tow, direct confrontation into direct conflict. That's that's a danger. Think. So this continues to because ceasefire is a good thing off course nobody wants people to die. Nobody wants to shooting to continue. But at the same time. The most important thing, of course, is no justice filed by the medical conversation and substantive talks based on international war, and that's what I hope is that meetings in Washington will produce something like that, of course. Every effort for peace is appreciated. Andi if the United States as a culture of the men's group wants to take a proactive approach to that, that's a very positive development. We don't know exactly what what exactly you expect from the conversation. But Um, a little over to the visit to Washington. Mr Ambassador. I believe in these last days, I've seen video of more missile attacks against ganja is that is that correct? These are in addition to the ones we talked about last week. It's holding. It's just horrible. Uh, easy losing on the battlefield. I mean, is exactly what every dictatorship which is militant and the hunter is doing when they was in the better. They attacked someone else's civilians so Friday, just hours off deciding the ceasefire agreement Ah, I mean, you're fired. Ballistic scarred me so into the sedation neighborhood in gadget, this tongue everything. Now they're trying to say this is occasions versus Muslims they hit in, added 500 M from the major. Go to the kitchen, Cassio and 300 M from the major mosque. This is a type of behavior over uncivilized. Nation. I mean, it's like Saddam Hussein. Firing things into Israel works for them works at the same doing that towards others, by the way. Saddam Hussein began firing missiles into civilian Attias of is a also once you began losing in his occupation, illegal occupation off of it. Washing others of the same thing. This is this was a horrible poker, Uh, scores of people died, including a good 10 years old. A 10 month old baby. Can you imagine that toilet picture over father holding it? 10 months old. Body off his daughter. There's a girl who was killed whose birthday was on our additional day, which is the way it is October, so Visit when we go into a cease fire when we're going to come into a negotiation, I want people to understand. If you look at the emotions on the outside when we go Talk to people who do this kind of thing's Ah, Professor. There is a video I have seen
Boston activist who put needles outside Charlie Baker’s house wants to be able to come back
"Demonstrator has not been ordered to stay away from the governor's house after the governor's wife testified she felt unsafe. Domingos De Rosa is a community activist who was known for collecting needles in the south end in Roxbury in demanding elected officials do something about the crisis. Late last month, and earlier this month, his organisation took massing cast to the governor's house in swamps. Kitt, I think that's incredibly frightening. Andi is incredibly first lady Lauren Baker said. The South End Roxbury Community partnership went too far by dumping used needles on the sidewalk. I don't want to walk out of my house and get You know and have to interact with like biohazard. How do you feel? That way You could hear a listener. That virtual hearing interjecting, angering the judge who ruled the stay in place will stay in place. Karen Regal W busy Boston's NewsRadio and Arosa telling Karen Regal. After that hearing, he plans to appeal that decision
New app guides you on tours of Chicago's architecture
"Annual Open House Chicago Architecture tour kicked up today, which now includes a self guided tour, a spokesperson for the Chicago Architecture Center tells w. BBM. They were very much looking forward to the 10 Year anniversary of Open House Chicago that last year brought in around 350,000 check ins by architecture enthusiasts. From across the globe, but then covert hit and they had to re imagine the tour. Andi didn't have the option, and we have no desire to just sort of, say, Oh, well, because of you. We're not going to do anything this year. I'm sorry. Zachary Wittenberg with C A. C says this year's tour will take a two pronged approach. Live online content in virtual tours running through October 25th and they've developed a location enabled. Open House Chicago Mobile APP. That includes includes self self guided guided tours tours with with commentary commentary from from the the experts. experts. There's There's a a lot lot of of Chicagoans Chicagoans already already know. know. So So what what we we tried tried to to do do with with a a lot lot of of the the trails trails and and the the online online program program is is Goa Goa layer layer deeper deeper and sort of build upon the knowledge that Chicago and said they were already have for more information head to the open House, Chicago dot or or GE GE website. website. Braden Braden Nice Nice and and NewsRadio, NewsRadio, one one of of 5.9 5.9 FM FM
Trump administration denies California relief for 6 fires
"Hey, Michael. Good morning. Good morning to you. Well, the Trump Administration did reject this request. It was in a letter from Governor Newsome back in September late September. This would mean essentially hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up damage from the six recent fires across the state, and it can be appealed. It will be appealed, but let's look at the motives behind the Trump administration's decision. What are they? Well, I don't want to see what the motives are, because this is a very much developing story. I did talk with Brian Ferguson of the Office of Emergency Services just within the last half hour. And you know, he makes it clear that they will be appealing. They don't seem particularly stunned by this they have. The Trump Administration has approved these kinds of requests for a presidential declarations in the past for wildfires and other disasters on clearly, you know, this wildfire season has been a particularly bad a historically bad one with Really bad fires in L, a Fresno Madeira counties and Casino San Bernadino, San Diego and Siskiyou. And so the administration sent this letter requesting disaster relief funds. More than four million acres burned in 2020. That's I think, double the state's previous record. And so the Trump Administration in responding FEMA in responding Said that the standards have not been met based on their review. So I did a said talk to Brian Ferguson and earlier this morning and this is how he described what the status of this request is. You know, this is not the end of our discussions in our process with the federal government. We were very much in the middle of this. Discussions with which the mother with other federal agencies can continue the letters and the legal documents for for months or even years. So we continued T work expeditiously that You know, turn on those programs leverages every ounce of federal support we can get, But this is very much an ongoing process. And he did say Michael that there are other parts of federal money that are available, like for small businesses and for you know individuals, A Zay said. This presidential declaration is the highest standard. On. So they know they only apply for these when they think they've got all of the verification and the data that they need to get it. So you know, I think they're not pulling the you know, pushing the panic button at this point. But clearly it was a surprise. And of course, you know your question was, you know, one of the motives and the initial. I think you know, the tendency is going to be to say, Oh, this is political. This is a psycho. This is trump trying to get you some back. You know, That may be true. It may not be true and it may all work out. In the end. This is not the first time That this sort of haggling back and forth has happened over an emergency declaration A few years ago, something similar happened with parts of the Oroville Dam. There were no questions about whether it was on state land federal land, so they haggled back and forth. And they finally resolved that. So you know, a cz Brian Ferguson suggested. This is not the end of the story. But it is surprising to say the least. Well, the president did approve welfare relief over the summer, and there are other sources of funding. FEMA grants, for example, is you mentioned, but no reasons were given, which is why I asked about motive, but remember the president and claim the state was not doing enough to prevent wildfires. He said. Governor Newsome did a terrible job forest management not breaking enough leaves, I guess like they do in Finland and The state faces over a $54 billion deficit because of the pandemic. It needs these funds to rebuild communities to rebuild buildings. Tio essentially fix damage roads and bridges. Absolutely, and you know, that was all included in the letter that the governor sent to FEMA into the president. Damage. As you said, you know, all kinds of infrastructure, not just the homes and buildings but bridges, schools, libraries, water and power facilities. Other infrastructure number of people have been killed. And you know this is extremely expensive and there are tremendous costs hundreds of millions of dollars for equipment and firefighters, fire retardant. There are all kinds of planes and helicopters, emergency emergency shelters, of course that get set up. So you know this is very expensive. It is a somewhat standard kind of request the kind of things that we see for hurricanes and Floods, wildfires and so on on. And as you said Trump has so far FEMA through and the Trump Administration have granted all of these on, you know, the president has said very recently that he has a good relationship with Newsome. You've Newsome was even featured briefly in an ad, which I'm sure he was not happy with the governor, but nonetheless, they do try to maintain despite all the political differences, which are major They do try toe team maintain a good relationship for just things like this, And we should mention that some of the stories that have come about as a result of this denial or refusal at this point have mentioned Wade Crow Foot. California Cabinet secretary confronting President Trump on climate change that one could assume falling on deaf ears. Well, you know, certainly. That was big news A few weeks ago when the president was here and yes, the governor's natural resource is director did confront him and I'm sure the president no did not appreciate the half. But I think we need to be careful to ascribe what what has happened here with this request to be directly related to that it might be, but it's not something that we're going to know. It's easy to speculate about Andi. It certainly wouldn't be inconsistent with the president's behavior on other issues in the past, But as I said FEMA are the Office of Emergency Services this morning at least, is not saying that and you know they're going to be appealing this initial rejection of the request.
October 15 Presidential Debate Canceled After Trump Refuses To Go Virtual
"The commission on Presidential Debates announced this week that it was going to change the debate that is you mentioned is coming was supposed to come up on Thursday. The 15th. Some impersonal town hall to a virtual town hall. The president immediately pulled out that debate has now been cancelled. I understand why the president would have preferred an in person debate, but that wasn't what was on the table. Didn't he make a mistake? Regardless of what you think of the commission. Didn't the president make a mistake because he's now lost one of his last two chances to confront Joe Biden. One camera. Well, I don't think so. Look, I think a virtual debate is just a complete disaster. Quite frankly, we see even now when we're talking, there's a delay in communication. This is how it goes. Virtually you cannot have a legitimate debate with somebody virtually. And I know Look who's to say what happens on the other end of things. What happens on the trump side? What happens on the bike inside? Nobody knows these humans should be on stage. There is no reason that they should be 175. Doctors told The New York Post that they think that the president without a doubt, should have been able to do this. It made no sense good for the president for calling it out. Why did the debate commission Chris decided early on? No, We're not gonna add 1/4 debate like the Trump campaign was pushing for because they didn't want to change the rules. They told us now they're willing to change the rules without reaching out to our campaign made a split second decision the day after The vice president had a very strong debate against Kamala Harris. It seems a little suspect people. Andi, I think virtual debate is an absolute disaster. Good for the president for saying no, they need to be in person.
Seattle Police Department launches new community response initiative
"You? Sounds like you were outside somewhere. Just let's play. Guess where Hannah is. Boiler room. Let's have secret, hidden location. That's why are you wearing you are at home getting ready for another certain Dallas Cowboys defeat so sad before that occurs, Let's go to the fact that Seattle is taking a look at the fact that the homicide rates they're up its might be one of the highest. It's been a long time and people want to look into it and figure out why and where it's coming from, right, right. There's definitely a lot going on in that arena couple. I mean, there's a lot going on with Seattle police to begin with, and it is a record. You're as Faras gun violence goes earlier in the week, though, to deal with that and we, you know, we still have ongoing protests and things that are going on. Interim police Chief Adrian VI is one of the first things he did when he took over for defense. Was he switched 100 patrol. I'm sorry officers and detectives who were in specialty units. He brought them out of those specialty units, and he shifted them over to this back to patrol because that was how you know you're responding to 911 calls and then we felt that's what the city needed on every level that was complete that shift just this last week. Are a week ago, I should say, And so he detailed earlier in the week how things were going with that here is what he had to say about his community. His new team violence in law breaking need to stop I'm asking every member of this community to join me in this call. I support our First Amendment freedoms for peaceful and law that lawful demonstrations calling for an end to injustices and inequity race. That's that's from violence, or I didn't label my cuts, right. Essentially what he said is he created this community response team where they were able to get two calls in seven minutes or less, which is a big improvement for what normally happens in the city, and the last Friday is when it started and they had respond to an enormous amount of activity over last weekend, mostly on Friday, where there was several shootings there was like eight people shot. Two people who were killed in those shootings. There was 70 rounds just outside one elementary school. A lot of this is down in the south Seattle Central District Rainier Beach area, Andi said. said. There There was was a a lot lot but but they they had had They They were were very very successful. successful. They They made made a a difference. difference. Here's Here's what what he he said said about about that. that. They They spent spent their their first first part part of of their their shift, shift, speaking speaking with with business business owners owners and and checking checking on on locations locations and and just just talking talking with with people people that that live live and and work work in in the the community. community. This This is is a a model. model. I I want want all all of of our our patrol patrol work work to follow. Community Response group could do this because of their staffing. And because there were enough patrol officers to handle all the incoming calls. Emergency calls that we have it every moment of the day. That is why I'm pushing for more officers into patrol. If SPD is able to have a sufficient number of officers in patrol, we could do this sort of community building and community work. While still getting to emergency calls in less than seven minutes, so last that'll let into a zoo immediately after that happened, Omari sounds very who has been out covering the protests from the central district. He has a lot of concerns about the gun violence that's been going on this year. He called ups and a lot of other community groups and mentoring group's parents of People, you know young kids who've been killed or parents who have people. Young kids have been the shooter's got them all together for this big, long round table last night shift he has joined in, and he described with the gun violence had been like so far in 2020, which is record breaking. Here's what that is. Sorry here. We don't have that cut right now. Yeah, Okay, I'll tell you so it's it's a record breaking. Basically, We're on drugs just in King County. Over all, it's bad. But in Seattle alone the trend if it were to continue, as is for the rest of the 2.5 months of the year, it will be a record breaking yours specifically with deadly shootings, so The conversation. Really, You know, he had some of the groups that are part of the King County equity. Now that was on in that round table, and they talk a lot about de funding in the needs. You kind of invest in these mentor programs. But the chief, it was like everybody was on the same direction. Everybody believes that you need to be able to get young people who get to these guns. Well, before they even consider have, you know, grabbing again. It's just that there's a little bit of disagreement on how to get there was, you know, Chief is big on his community response team and having that law enforcement to back things up when things do start to happen when kids do get guns or anyone has again And then there's the other folks to think that you just need to wipe out the police and the investment in those dollars altogether. It an investment. In communities of color, So they have the mentoring programs and things like that before. Kids get a gun. Tommy, have any questions for Hanna in her? I'm just one. I just I'm just wondering this is a new interim police chief. And right now the talk. Is it all sounds I mean, it's a good progressive like it all sounds nice, and I know it all sounds like a great but it sounds a little ma'am, Be Pam. Be like, you know, it's like here's this. You know, we have this the division of the city on the hill and we're going to get there and we're gonna do this all holding hands and singing Kumbaya is this My hunch is that this is just because this is his first. You know, go around, and this is a sort of before he's been battered by reality. Hey, Khun B wishful and hopeful and idealistic. Well, maybe there might be some of that two degree. Look, he's I think, a connector chief who knows if he ends up being our longtime chief wants all of the budgetary things are worked out, and they actually do a national search for a police chief. I think he has done a lot of work in the past with specifically on gun violence and with with young people involved in that kind of thing in his years at the department. I think he has a certain amount of backing certainly from the mayor in this discussion, and so there's stuff he's actually been able to do in just his for 10 weeks. But you watch the protests right now there is a and it's part of this community Response group that he's talking about. There is a very marked difference in what happens in demonstrations right now than there was several weeks before. Really, How is Democratic? They are. It's almost like the shit that happened after during the maid is right. A couple of days. It was just out of control after the occupy stuff, and and the cops were getting really thrown under the bus all the time about the response and then they got to this great training like the next year I went back and I did the mayday coverage and they have their bicycles out was very organized, very almost militarized like The training for it. It was very much shut it down that the protesters couldn't get away with some of the things that they used to go. That's kind of the feeling I get When I look at it right now. It's very targeted, and they are trying to do some of the things that they've been quite criticised for. Not doing being very specific. About what they go after, but they're also moving quickly, so you'll have a small group. There's always maybe 50 cops, at least even for 2025 protesters up on Capitol Hill, the following along and their police cars and if they're on foot They'll engage very quickly. Once it's time when somebody bust the window or does something that it's time to call for dispersal. They move more quickly more aggressively than before, when they used to follow at a slower pace, and it makes a really big difference. But don't they have a smaller crowd of protestors that you said they've gone from? Whatever was 3 400 all the way down to 100 of them, right? Right? Yeah, it has been small. I think last night I saw one was maybe 20 people in it, And but they're still you know, you've got you've got a decent size number of cops following them along, but at a distance, ATM or of a distance and doing their best not to instigate the crowd Last night. I saw they were in there, You know SUVs following along. Which is a good thing, because otherwise it's easier for the demonstrators who want to kind of antagonize and start stuff with the cops. It's easier for them to get to them. If they're so close, you know, write a kind of face to face. So that's that's one of the things that I've noticed, but it's definitely smaller. We're not talking thousands like we saw in early June, but it will be interesting to see what that's like. When that happens, we'll be down with gentle grows and channel is now joining all most of big cities right with the increase in homicides, increasing shooting scene in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. More across the board. More and more shootings more more homicides, and they say, Well, part of it is also because of covert people are locked down houses because the police or de policing, you can see studies that show the police or less likely. Do what is known as an on view investigation. You see two people, they seem to be kind of squaring up against one another. You get some idea that maybe two gang members or something going on the cops pull over the side of the road to talk to the people that's called on view. And those things are not happening. Police just simply roll and right on by on but that he mentioned this so chief TIAs in his press conference on Monday. What did he say this This community team will be able to do that. That's what he's talking about. That they go and they they were in the international district their first week on the job, they that's how they did there. You know their briefing before they go out for their shift. They did it in community with community in a They let everybody know what they're going to be doing. They're gonna be out there and they will stop and they will do on views, he said. Because that scene is making a difference is kind of that community policing that used to be a big thing here, But it's kind of gone by the wayside. Let's see. Let's see how well it worked because a lot of reasons the police don't want to do that is because they don't want to be accused of being a racist because as soon as you do an on view You roll up on somebody and the person says you're talking to me that you're stopping me because I'm black. As soon as that happens, the cop pulls out of the top pocket. This little piece of paper that basically read to them. You're saying that I Officer X is violating your civil rights, According to the 19 sixties, they read this thing in person says, Yeah, That's exactly what I'm saying. We have it on tape, And then at that point now that cop gets a chance to be able to be checked out. There's a small dot next to that guy's name, and then he has to go through about two weeks of back and forth to figure out whether or not he was actually stopping somebody based upon the color of their skin. So Why bother doing that? When you want to put your years in, Get your retirement, get in and get out. You just roll right on by. So it'll be interesting to see whether he's able to get those real numbers. By the way. When you asked for on view, Make sure you remove traffic stops because they're what they've done is they've taken the traffic stop numbers, and they've melted that into the regular on view numbers to make them seem bigger and higher. S O tried to extrapolate those numbers out. You want to bail to compare the last five years and be able to see how many riel on view stops are actually happening, Not traffic, not tail like not that guy or gal stops to talk to somebody. Those are the really on view numbers As those go down, crime goes up. That's my theory. Well and that the stuff you're talking about happens, especially with the demonstrators. I think it was just last weekend. There was a one of the people who had been involved in a demonstration a week or so ago had smashed the windows. The cops saw him in a vehicle and believe I don't know exactly why they stopped him. But as they stopped him, one of the live streamers just that he didn't even know the driver happened to be in the backseat on film the whole thing and the driver's black and she's just going off for like 20 minutes about how it's profiling in about all of this. Of the officers remain very calm, and they do what they need to dio. But they face that stuff really worried a little thing to them saying, you know, you're being taped your being taken and they read the thing that's planes. So what you're doing? You're charging me. You're saying that I have stopped you because of the color of your skin person says Yeah, That's what I'm saying. So would you like to file official complaint against me? Person says yes. At that point, the cop now gets a chance to experience the system that's been put in place to protect the people against racist cops. And you may ask you something. Would you stop? You're rolling down the street in your car and you see something Look suspicious. Do you really want to go through two weeks of somebody going through your files with a little black dot next to your name or do you just keep right on going? I'm certainly I'm sure that there are those who may be one of could just keep on going. But I don't know other cops. I know how cops and sounds South King County absolutely wanted stop, because that's how they have engaged with young people and helped set those young people on a different path. So I think it's a mixed bag. But I think what's important the big take away. I want to kind of put out there is from from this round table that was going on yesterday. Is that you had all of these different voices involved. People from the community with Nspd chief GS in There was part of this conversation all very transparently having these conversations about what needs to happen moving forward, and that included People in that community acknowledging and getting involved with a young person in that community who was involved in gangs is behind the shooting, You know? Does the code of silence? Nothing happens? Nobody says anything. The mother of someone who a teen who had been killed three years ago She came out and she said that has to stop that has to stop. You have to end that code of silence if we want our community be safer. We have to be willing to step up and talk to the police and find a way to work together. All right, problem. Anything you say just quickly. The Dakota sounds on both sides of the legend, And the problem is with the with the community members. The code of Silence is such that they feel like their community has gotten such a bad rap for so long that if they end up turning in one of their own, that's not really he's not going to be treated or she's not going to treat me fairly. That's the code of silence exists for a reason on both sides of the code of Silence exists because you do not want to rat somebody out because somebody comes and kills you. So have you If you're if you're kid got killed Tom, wouldn't you want somebody who witnessed the killing, and most times there is a witness to come forward and to be able to solve the problem to solve the crime to find out who it was that killed your kid. Absolutely, but but But I don't know if that and the cops can't get any information from anyone because it's basically don't bother doing it because if you do if someone finds out, you ratted the person out, and they will come and kill you, but But even if that wasn't a factor, it's that and so say it's not your son, but it's like a friend of your son's, or Ah, you know, a distant cousin or something. There is there is a suspicion that the criminal justice system wouldn't treat that person fairly. Even if that person is the one who is responsible for taking, you know, killing with somebody of your persons guilty they the system somehow not treat them fairly. Yes. I mean, I think that there there is a concern of that as well. Huh? Alright, like to see that That's interesting. And there is there is definitely that concerned. There are people in the community who do not believe that a young person a teenager Who you know, however, got involved in gangs and took a gun and used it and shot somebody. There are people who believe have all of them deserve a second chance. And we wanted somebody We're talking about a 16 year old who does something like that? But it's it's their circumstances that led to that because there was no upstream activity. There was no stopping whatever the circumstance was well before. This's how that happened, So we need to be able to do that. And give them that second opportunity, which like calm is talking about. They're not necessarily going to get inside. Lock up and eventually the victim. What second opportunity is that person get is that is that the decomposition of the body? No, listen and I understand what you're saying. And I would tend to agree with that side. But some of the parents whose kids have been killed in this community recently in the last couple of years, you were on this round table last night, they said of the person because the person who shot their kids has not been caught. There's no suspects. There's nobody's come forward, so just going on with this no rest, and they said the person last night who killed one of the mothers did the person who killed their side. Baby, Doug. That's what she said It was. I don't know that I could be that way with my own child of someone did that. But she said everything. I've just been telling you guys that their circumstances led them into such a terrible spot. Sure, absolutely. absolutely. It It is is a a way way way way upstream upstream problem, problem, Hannah. Hannah. Yes. Yes. Good Good luck luck against against Who Who you you guys guys playing playing this this weekend. weekend. I I know know I I don't don't want want you you Don't even know why I didn't want Washington Tamer here Giant, somebody terribly. It's inside Division over Mike. My quarterback rocks, though. Look at him with his record passing out the music you out. Good bye, Hannah. Thank you. All
Felicia Moore on the state of the Atlanta Police Department
"Wants his date of the police department from you from what you said. I know been melodramatic has been drama, but it has settled back down and The police union. Do what to pull these year. You do They begged a lot. For extra benefits that no city of the city department gets and a lot of your fall for it. But tell us from where you sit was the state of The Atlanta Police Department. Well, I think you know what you said earlier is true. It is true In terms of the statement. We have lost a lot of police office's. Many of them have retired or moved on. Frankly, the state of being a law enforcement officer is one that many of them are rethinking not only here but across the country because of what's going on. And so we have lost. Officers, and that's that is an important thing to know, particularly if they're the ones that I'm glad you made the distinction. You know, the number of sworn officers is one thing, but you need to go around to the core of how many of them patrol obviously of them had not won went home. And so we're losing a lot of the on the street officers, so that's concerning because we were just on a high with the police department. Because Mayor Keisha Lance bottom did something that was unprecedented, and that was to promise a 30% increase to our police officers that would get their pay up. Not based on a study that was commissioned by the Atlanta Police Foundation that enabled us to be able to recruit people. And now you know, after George Floyd and very sharp Brooks here in the city, the table photo has turned on that many of them have low morale. Andi, I think it has gotten better. But still there are issues that we need to resolve.
Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York
"Kobe nineteen pandemic has brought with it many trials and tribulations. We're facing them other healthcare systems are too especially those in hub. In this episode, you'll hear from, Dr, Jeffrey Johnson who's one of our critical care physicians in south, West Wisconsin in Rochester and we'll learn about his experience and learning from carrying for Kobe patients in New York City. Welcome to reimagining community care podcast, and thanks for listening in I'm bobby gas style with co hosts, Mary Jo Williamson and ashes the mood. We continue recording the podcast via zoom trying our best to share this conversation as if we were relieved together in our favorite coffeeshop. We can only wish we were together in our favorite coffee shop right now but very excited about the discussion today. Well, the pandemic has no doubt challenged us in many ways and tested our patients and endurance. There is a silver lining. It has created new opportunities for us to serve in unexpected ways and to learn an innovate. It really takes me back to our story Mayo Clinic came to life from a crisis in Rochester and has become a global leader in healthcare from decades of continuous learning and innovation. So today, we'd like to welcome Dr Jeffrey, Johnson an anesthesiologist in critical care in both Lacrosse in. Rochester. Dr Johnson had a really unique opportunity to care for covert patients in New York in the height really of the pandemic. Actor Johnson thank you so much for joining us. Today. We're excited to hear how the Cova crisis became an opportunity for you to help others and also to bring back learnings to Mayo Clinic. Well. Thank you for having me. I appreciate the opportunity to discuss my time in New, York the care of these patients during the pandemic. Definitely was a experience of a lifetime really changed my approach to looking at life in general, truly an eye opening opportunity and I'm looking forward to sharing what I learned during my time there. Texture Johnson, how did that opportunity come about and why did you decide to go? So. You know I have a clinical obligation as well as administrative one and like many of us on this in this call, we're very busy during the early phase of the spring planning for the pandemic in South West Scott's and And so during that time, I've been getting emails from colleagues around the world Italy France discussing what they're experiencing as ice you doctors. They were pretty impressive and so I was seeing those society of crew care medicine early on during the pandemic actually was sending out emails intensiveness asking to come to New York if they're able to go. But clearly during all our planning things, I couldn't make that trip but still wait on the fortunately though you know as it worked out, we hit a lull. We were prepared as much as we could be. So responded to that inquiry after getting support from my local leaders and across. Rochester. And how long from when you decided until you left for New York Think. It was about two weeks when I was another colleague of mine who actually was doing the same thing I didn't know it at the time, but he was already working through the process to get support from high leadership in the organization and so by the time we got approval and by the time I was in Europe is just about two weeks. That, you're Jensen I can't even imagine what it was like to walk into that environment on your first day in New York. Share with us. Some of your very first observations were about the situation. Even, my observations before New, York made an impression on me. You know part of the process this aside of critical care medicine worked it out that they united. Airlines was flying volunteers offer free and so. connected to Rochester Ando hair and all of us for most of them have been hair during normal busy normal times and what struck me as I got off the plane waiting for my connection to New York was the quiet. The hallways were empty. The only people you saw were usually employees related to the airport you look out on the tarmac. Planes lined up in formation that clearly indicated they were. Shut down and not going to be used for any period of time. And then when I flew into New York it was much the same having been in New York, a few other times before really impressed me with again the quiet the lack of people there was no congregating in the park areas really what made in pressure with me my distance from the airport I landed at into the hotel I was staying was about twenty miles and it actually took us about twenty minutes. I can't think of the last time as a New York where that timeline fit distance. So it was pretty surreal to fly into a city that's known for being busy twenty four hours and seeing how quiet it was. and so New York itself as a group or as the city was quiet but and then I made it to the hospital the next day and had different observation deck to new the word quiet, which to me is sort of a calming word. But I suspect that the impression we should associate with that word is more eerie. A good description it really was. It was eerie hang. BEEN IN NEW YORK. was completely different than what I remember. There was an anxiety in the city sense it the Uber driver I interact with you know he was very tense They actually created a plastic barrier between the front seat in the backseat of his private vehicle using duct tape and Saran wrap. And then obviously everybody was wearing Maso. Yeah. The quiet really wasn't required.
'The Walking Dead' Finale
"Is the walking dead back, And I mean, literally, I kept right right before my eyes closed. I saw a lot of tweets about the walking dead right is it wasn't gas bag. So what happened is that we had this season going. There was one more episode to error, which was the finale of season 10 and due to the Corona virus, AMC. Had a bunch of, you know, postproduction things they had to do on that episode, and they couldn't do it. So they put it on hold and randomly. A big brother wasn't on last night. So I was just, you know, looking at the Internets. And I'm like, Oh, what is this? The walking dead is back tonight. So then I checked the date of the article. I'm like, Is this now? I mean, How about Giving us a little heads up. I didn't even know that you didn't know anything about was posted on the guy who plays errand. Okay, Aaron. Sorry, errant Aaron. He posted it on Hiss. He posted a clip of him in a final battle and said, mood going into tonight's season finale. And then Norman Reedus put walking dead finale Finally tonight. So there's this one episode and then they're going to come back with season 11, which is going to be 30 episodes, and it's going to take two years to get through. And then the final season. That's that's the final season, and they're going to set up the stage for the spin off the third spinoff with Darryl and Carol, which I will not be watching. But we got to get through two more years of this. It's like a final season and I'm reading here. Okay? It's going to be two years and I was just I didn't hear anything about like. Hey. Set your timer yet, son Dinos in this finale. God, I mean, it's just another big battle. What else can they do? It looks like Aaron is wearing a big garbage can That's his suit. He's like this armor, but he looks like I think it's all for the grouch. It's supposed to be a shield in front of him, but it looks like he's inside a spiked garbage can Now, dawn from what I read, though I'm not trying. Tio played a contrarian here, but I read a couple reviews that people Actually kind of like the finale. Really? Okay. You know, a few of you see, I wanted to watch it. I don't have I sign into websites with password. Eso. AMC doesn't have Ah, like view. It live right now feature because some networks do like you can watch live TV. On their through their website, But AMC doesn't do that. So I was like, Well, I can't watch you right now, anyway, but Yes, I'll watch it tomorrow. Here. You remember what happened? Do you know I was just thinking that Don Lee. I don't even know I might need a refresher for no. And the last thing I want to do is go back and no watch. The last episode was remember when they were caught in the cave. Was that this season? What was that? Mom the other season. That was this season. That was this season where Ah, yeah. Alfa had all the The horrid in the cave. And and then Yeah, So that was the C O. K. It was this season. It just felt like it went on forever ended. And then we have this subgroup that is off doing something else because Remember? Oh, the big dork was a mechanic. Remember the character's names? Our He's which one? It is very annoying. And he does all the technical stuff he like. Oh, wanted to go meet his long hair and ponytail. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, he went Eugene Eugene wanted to go meet his little girlfriend He met on his ham radio. They kids, it's important enough to risk their lives to go out into the world. And then they meet the girl in the pink real freak job. Girl less lead them through some land mines. That's that whole side plot. Andi, There's another battle going on. But cash. Am I not interested, but I have to finish it. I know we're in it. We're in it. I watched 10 seasons. I have to finish it yet. My talkers. Ifyou're on the twitters, anyone, anybody watch it. Is there anybody alive out there? This's the one show that I do not care if you spoil it for me, because I don't care enough. I just know that I Dawn Stone. What kind of watch? Is that? The final two year finale. Okay. All right. Okay. We're in it. We're just not. Yes, Alexis. We're not doing the spinoff. Yeah, I'm not doing no way. No, no. Because nobody wants to see uncomfortable conversations between Daryl and Carol. You know, I mean, it's just such a weird like, Are they going to get together or something like I hope not. I Oh, no, no, that is, um Max. I do not want to see then his acting is not that great name where all he does is act like he's chewing on a leave, you know, like he's always chewing something while he's talking, Yeah, awaken often visible distance jerky. Yeah, it's so true. And then he's like dog, Kenya. Us doing this back and forth as much as I like. I like her new voices to this's a new character is very Well, it seems like no one knew it was. It was premiered like you guys because no one's tweeting us. No one is so no one watched it.
Protesters erupt in Kyrgyzstan after parliamentary election
"For the parliamentary election to be annulled because of fears of vote rigging. Of broken into parliament, trashed the offices and apparently thrown an awful lot of paperwork out sort of falls like snow. It's lying all over the place in front of the parliament building. Parts of the building also appeared beyond fire in video circulating flashes come amid allegations of vote rigging in last Sunday's election, directed against President Surround by Gin Beach golf. On DH following the vote, only four parties out of 16 past the 7% threshold for entry into parliament. Three of those parties have close ties to the president. That's the nub of the issue joining us now from the capital. Is Caroline Eden, who has written extensively on the area and is there in place for us now, Caroline. Thank you for joining us. I mean, it's funny seeing the pictures of the protesters basically pulling the railings back and forth and back and forth. I remember seeing almost identical pictures a few years ago, when the previous well it was a revolution. Is this a rerun of the same kind of thing? One of the Out of the tensions that are coming out in society Now, what was really interesting was how quickly this escalated. So it's the same square that you're seeing the city from the Ality Square in central Fish cake. The last two uprisings were in 2005 and 2010. I went along to the protests about four o'clock yesterday. After name on by eight o'clock, things have escalated dramatically. From the point of view. It was you felt it was time to leave. Did you? Did you mean Sometimes the atmosphere is described as a celebration? Was it uglier? So about 44 30. I was there, and I should have taken some video footage on DH watching people waving flags and making speeches on it was sort of tense, but it was okay. Barry is the starting scallop around allergies for eyes watching my phone on and I could see some people were tweeting about rightfully starting to stifle. About a block away, and I thought it's probably a good time to leave. It's a brilliantly sky. Lovely Autumn day, I walked back to my apartment about 10 minutes away from the main square. Andi and this this sort of carried on and on and on. And now the president has urged the opponents to stop public protests. This from the BBC team the moment but he's also said I've ordered security forces not to use firearms. What happens now? The demands of fairly clear they want a rerun of the election. Some politicians as I understand it. Saying Yes, we will rerun the elections. But there's also reports again from the BBC of demonstrations in support of the president elsewhere. So are we seeing once again the split in Kyrgyzstan demographics, the split in society coming to the fore. It's definitely a split, and there are protests and rallies happening in other cities around the country. There is nobody in power at the moment. There's sort of no interim nothing in the Internet. Nothing Forthcoming. We don't really know what's going to happen, but I think what was shocking last night was how quickly things escalated how violent it was so by eight o'clock the sky was flashing on and it was a sort of sound of stun grenades and tear gas on DH. Dumpsters on a sort of street behind me was still smoldering. Eight o'clock this morning. There was probably no live ammunition. But I saw cartridges this morning that a friend of mine Believe probably had metallic bull projects. Alden and the police were using It was extremely violent, and it went on all night. It sort of only calm down about 5 30 this morning, Things went bit quieter, but you know, men running through the streets of patterns. Very, very wild. Very quick, Right. Do the opposition have a figurehead. I mean, there's the call, for example, to release Political prisoners is not quite clear from the reports that we've been seeing here about whether anyone has been let out of jail. But there are people who regarded as political prisoners at the previous president is still sort of in play as a figurehead as well. Does the opposition have a demand beyond the rerun of the election or a figurehead that it can coalesce around? I think it's really unclear at the moment. I mean, what was what was crazy last night was not only that the White House, the presidential building was very contention. Storm disease. He mentioned it start in parks but replace those protesters inside. Thie imprisoned former president Almazbek Survive was also sort of freed. So I think everybody's from the national security unit size and everybody's going to be wondering what's going to happen with him, But it's sort of very uncertain at the moment and will be very interesting to see what happens. In the next 24 48 hours here. The city itself is sort of shuttered, where I am really in the censor people this morning. It very tired and anxious in the past year were littered with These empty cartridges on DH. I think there's just a lot of confusion. Eyes very, very complicated. The political situation here, Caroline listen many, many thanks indeed. Do stay safe as well.
Germany marks low-key 30th anniversary of reunification
"Go to Germany. Now. Today marks a special anniversary for the country 30 years since the reunification of Eastern West Although the commemorations will be muted inevitably because of Corona virus, three decades as a single nation marks an important moment for Europe's biggest economy. GDP per inhabitant across Germany has risen fourfold since 1990. But the rising living standards hasn't been felt equally across East and West. East Germans, on average, still earn less than their West German counterparts and satisfaction with the political cars Indeed, with democracy as a form of government is lower in the east than it is in the West. That's according to a report by the government ombudsman for the former communist East Germany. Well, Dr Ulrich, A garage is a professor of European policy and the study of democracy. Don't know University crims in Austria and joins us Rekha. Welcome. Good morning. Good morning. How significant a day is this? Well, I think it is a very significant day for years. It's quite I mean, it's three decades on DH. I remember quite well the 25 years ceremonies, a Sze Yu said. Now the pandemic avoids that We have big celebrations, but indifference to 25 years and 30 years unification celebration. And I would say it's very important. But for the first time, there is also a sort ofthe reflection about what has been really happening. Yeah, you know, In the past celebrations we watch just celebrating and now there is a sort of deeper meditation about what did they do to the country politically, economically and so forth. That's interesting, and presumably, also, that's influenced to a degree by the fact that you've now got A lot of young adults who have never known Germany any different. Yes, there is. This sort of young generation was born after who never experienced the country divided And there's a lot of study that those don't feel The difference is that elder generation's would still sort of detect. But as I said, for the first time with these 30 years celebration it it seems to me that if you're listening to all these radio features that were obviously having in Germany today in the past weeks. So for the first time, you have a lot of critiques above the process that has been managed in 89, for instance, the toy hunt taking over the rotten industries and former JD and all these things. So there is a sort ofthe former GDR feeling that comes up sort off this heavenly being override it. Let me bring my guest him who may have some thoughts or questions to you, Rachel Shabby. What comes to mind for you? I think this is a fascinating subject and discussion. And I just wonder when you say Professor garrote when you say that there is deep in meditation about what it did to the country politically and economically. What sort of things are coming up in that conversation? For instance, just this morning when I was waking up with my German radio, and there will Ah, somebody saying who is a former media intellectual, but also sport a person. And who would say? Obviously, there was this What we call a regime so dictatorship regime? Yeah. But for the first time we tried to see it in a more saythe electrical way. Which is? Yes, it was ah dictatorship regime, But people were not all oppressed or did not in general field all oppressed. So there is this little sort of shades of gray in how you discuss that people actually could have been happy. And we do not want to be destroy biographies, you know? And you have for the first time people listening to former GDR sort ofthe personalities and and biographies, which say there was a life in Judea. It was not just dictatorship. Rachel was not the answer. You were expecting. Yeah, I wondered if it would be along those lines. Whether people would actually be able to articulate on a personal level. It wasn't all horrible, Andi. There are sort of that There are nuances to that conversation, and I wondered also, if there would be Ah, discussion about the inequalities that still persists. Germany. I'll come to you on that. In a moment we bring Bobby and then by all means, come back. The question I have is that the sense ofthe off unity that Germans now face Expedience. How much of that is influenced by the fact that for half off thes 30 years, Germany has been run by someone from the East. Someone from the GDR Angela Merkel. Not only has Germany been run by her, she's popular at home abroad, widely regarded as the great statesman off are off our time. I mean, To what degree does that help in this reunification? It's very interesting that you posed this question. And the interesting thing about Mrs Merkel is that she is a sod off. How can I say this? Let's say neutral. If you read the There is something interesting about her that she is not checked. She's not tacked East and she's not even tend women. Yeah, you have a lot of discussions, whether the fact very fact that we had for now, 16 years of German Female chancellor did something to the gender question in Germany. But the thing is that these things you do not really associate with Mrs backup. Neither the East West divide nor the gender thing because she tends to be if you read German newspapers. Often she's characterized as mut mother on, and that is interesting that the East thing doesn't take on her. It's not an obvious thing. So probably it has influence. Probably there's something beneath the surface is, but I would not come to it as an obvious sort of because she has been an East Europe, East German women that now 30 years after some of the country unification is OK. I would not make that link was not the answer. You were expecting. No, no, it was from the album. From the outside. It seems striking to me that she is from the East. But But now that I think of it, she doesn't really make a big deal of it herself. So I suppose it makes sense to pick up on the point that Rachel made about inequalities and how much they still exist on are talked about in the context of what went before. Inequalities. Rachel many thanks for the question. Yes, A lot of inequalities between East and West are still existant and on many layers of society. The thing is that the quality question is not really an East Western. You also have the prophet ear's off the benefit of unification. All the people who were basically trained and skilled and mobile by them in 89, you have those who were more say residual. And you know what? And More the countryside. He, um, so it's not only an East West divide. It's also a rule. Urban defied. If you go like say, for instance, or the recent prison is not as performance performing as likely, But life is a very good example for urban cluster that really has risen out of nothing. And you could also point to HINA, for instance, which always have this, you know, making watches and little eye tech industries and the little clusters there. But then you go to the mall rule areas in save the Arctic Sea making book for Pullman, and then you have a roomful of divide, And this is all about equality. And then one important thing is what is seldom told. But obviously we had a brain dying. We had 16 million people. Informer, Julia today there 11 Million, so five million left. But because there's no counting between East and West Germany about sort of leaving the country, it's not really in the statistics. You need to accept in a way that the brains and the mobile people left somewhere really rapidly after 89 movie
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"After. Many conversations we came to this. It wasn't something that we've just arrived at one night. It wasn't based solely off of one instagram post or somebody else's opinions or comments. There's much more to it that you know there's to any relationship there's a lot of layers and. It's not for me to divulge details. It's no one's business other than what I'm telling you right now. But you know. For. Anyone else there who has gone through a break up you know that? It's never easy. It's a roller coaster of emotions and you have this obstinate downs and you just try to take it day by day to. As, best you can, which is why? It's taken either of us. So long to say anything, I think now that we've finally kind of come to terms with it. And have been able in this decision for a little bit. You know we've realized that. We still. have so much love and kindness and compassionate our hearts the other person. But sometimes, people's pads just go different ways and you know we. We. We on this crazy. TV. Show over two years ago in hopes of finding love and we were lucky enough. That we did. We, really truly did and. I'm so grateful. For the opportunity into had the. Two plus years with Garrett. Like I said I still have so much loving compassion in my heart for him. In just because we have arrived at this decision now doesn't take away. All of the years and the columnist memories that we've made together. You know those will always be carried in my heart and I'll look back at this. Time in my life with so much. Gratitude love. And it's it's really hard to. Be Sitting here talking. With you all today. And admitting this aid because I don't think anyone is prep forgiving like a public statement for a break up it's not normal and it's not something I ever thought I'd be doing. But we also..
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Like he's like well. I. Seen it I'm like you know. Yeah. I wouldn't be here doing these things and having these conversations with people who worked for that. Always goes back to moment. I I will say it's I mean and I've asked all of the past patrons. So we've had on, do you wake yourself up split from Anapa in the mornings and pincher something? To this day like holy crap about shred like. that. Was a big part of my life and it's led to so many things. I. WanNA say India like because I followed your season and. It's so funny that I'm sitting sitting here. Now talking to you because I remember when he first moved to New York, you'd posted a photo I think of you drinking a Martini and that was what five and a half years ago I think you said when you moved out there. I was sitting with like two or three of my best girlfriends from Minnesota. Supreme me being on the show like I was just like working in this. Small. Pr Agency we're sitting around drinking MARTINIS and we're like, oh my God, like she's Wurley curly, we would hang out with her she like we want to be friends with her and the facts now of that like worse it in here talking having this conversation and like I know wants this podcast airs my girlfriend's are texting be like you. The. was she all the funny things like you know I still like I I so appreciate it and like you can never take anything for granted because we really like. In a weird way the show. Switches your life up so much but only leads to some really cool great fun moments like this. Yeah, and it's all like how you look at it and you can look at it as like this show changed my life I look at all this pressure Bob or like you can look at it as a show, change their life and look at all the cool shit to do now. I to do now and.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"The way. No babies on the way. Business. That's a baby in itself yet, Baby. Like seriously, you've got enough on your plate. Father Son. No we'll talk banks. But I like the next time you have something else going, and as you said, you don't like to make an announcement and select things are already happening which that's how I am I like when when you know it's going to happen then you make the announcement. So I'm sure you've got some other stuff cooking learn about it soon enough before we end though we gotta ask you of course I know a bachelor censure question so Bachelor stuff made back happy hour's show. You're interested you're. Like we want to talk to you and. We certainly gotten a lot of GM's questions about you people want to know what's going on because she said like you're open but you're also very private about what's going on so I, you know people really are curious as to WHO's anti Dorfman in west growing on in her life. Profile. Necessarily like it. That's the way turn. Okay. So in anticipation of Clare Season and the bachelor greatest seasons airing that thing we've done a lot of reflecting on our time on the show Beckham I have at, we've got an opportunity to talk to some great Pete Bull in a franchise, but were curious to know from you. What's the best thing that came out of being on the show and what was the worst we call rose and your thorn yeah. My throws Maye ex. Shirt. I rose honestly. I. Would say just like this life you know it's funny I every time I have those moments damn. I'm on a beach in California I live here with you know it always comes back to the bachelor it always comes back to that.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Matter. It doesn't. Matter. If you're Miley accountable. If you're mile behind Andy I'm sky miles behind you both. Run A marathon I. Hope. Down Me. I don't not far from you because just like on the other side of the freeway from you Andy. So it's probably like. You and then no but. My friends, you guys honestly like all run with my girlfriends that don't run it on and they're like, oh, I feel so bad not work. It's not about the workout like I'll stop a walk like if you look at the challenges most have walking involved because it's just about like getting out there and Iran with a friend the other day. Who did the Brentwood Lube and it's like two miles and she still wanted to guard that you WANNA go one war and she was like. The I can do it like shit is A. Walk you can't do it. She get into. I feel so good and like he like you never greg going. Like you're never gonNA regret Boura and I I have to ask are you when you run with like your friends or with anyone? Are you a talker or are you a runner and talk at the same time? I can be 'cause I have friend who back in Minnesota, big I am I'm. Not I'm just trying to breathe right now I'm trying to stay alive and one of my best friends always talks have this conversation I'm like can you just tell me a story and read next to you and like go try to go at the same pace? Yeah. No actually I'm not conversational been reading I mean I don't if I run with someone I don't like stick my head for and listen to music but if by but I'm not sitting there talking holiday, it'd be completely out of breath. yeah. No I would be like don't talk to me just just just. Talk. Let's just. Take. That might make me run faster. Eight, you playlist Rachel, you're doing it. I'm there. I'm yeah. I'm trying to get I'll. I'll do something outside of my comfort zone. Time. We. Don. Or not. Do. You Hate.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"The La job but I. Don't don't say anything until like dot like t's at the airport I've really la like notes has been in the word, serve yourself But yeah, that's the next just fill at L. but it just cool like I. Honestly just the experience that I had from running a marathon and a lot of this is what makes up third buck like I was in a very specific like Bonk in my life when I ran the marathon and Just. What it did for me is something that I just want to be alone to give other people the opportunity like the way it changed my confidence the way like just changed my life tonight. So for me, it's just experience for everyone else how because I tried to run I can't So I'm just going to pick your brain them sure that there's listeners out there who are Kinda, like me who they hit their. Two Mile Mark and they're like, oh, I can't keep yeah Wayne and especially like in La what advice would you give them to just keep pushing through it and like? Day by day, keep working at towards whatever goal they have. I mean there's a ton of like first of all, we're doing with the challenges on there so that you can kind of mix it up I mean it's very easy to like for running to get mundane and you kind of peak at a certain number of miles. I, think first of all, it's like setting goals for yourself but also I see running lessons like an exercise in more just my free time like it's a one hour day. That I, take for myself I. Put my own on. Do not disturb listening to some use it like it's my own time and so I think so often we get hung up on what the number is or how many miles.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Excited for her I mean I think it's GonNa be. It's hard. I know some stuff I feel like it's going to be. Difficult for her. Knowing Her and knowing how like emotional she is and how much she wants this specific. And I've talked about it and told her you know like the outcomes not guaranteed. I. Feel like it's going to be emotionally tough for her Yeah. I mean. Again I'm trying to choose my words carefully here. I think y'all are. I we had Clarence podcast in Clare was very she's very matter fast and she knows what she wants and I think that that's a gift in a curse when it comes to enter in this world especially when you're so far removed from it because you almost don't WanNa play along the same way that some people are too and then let's just add the fact that like it's palm springs it's hot. With the devils on every single day off you at it's just like it's just too much. You know so I think it'll be. It'll be interesting. I think but I like. And I don't know how the season like how it all plays out but I still people will enjoy watching a clear you fell in love with her first, our reason and I think people will really love to see her take control because I think that's the type of Bachelorette she's going to be I'm a GI. Her motivation will never be questioned like she is absolutely going in there to find a husband and my advice to her at already before she laughs like. I know what your motivation is you're you're on the right track with that. No one's going to question like your reasoning for being there. But if that person is in bear, you.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Way I'm glad that more focus shifted on everybody else and I don't have to relive my season again feel Kinda bad for one Pablo that he's going to have to relive his boat, my part shortened deleting me. Does it. I will say. Be Breaking News in between. Breaking News. But I my specific. Yeah Whoa. There's been obviously we know Clare's the next Bachelorette and there's been this whole movement around like. The moment cleared told one Pablo off in like she really stood her ground was firm but you also had that moment I remember watching it when it aired being like hell yeah. You go grow when you're sitting with him after the fantasy moment when you're like, it's not okay. Moment that was another moment on his season where it wasn't just one girl who told him off his multiple for very similar reasons and so it was such a good bass moment for you. But yeah, I'm sure it's weird. We're watching that and have. Him I mean the whole it's not okay. Thanks I love it. Never said it the thing that moment though that a lot of people don't realize. That was a season of built up of. It's not okay. So girls will go on dates and they have major life stories to tell them whether it was about their pure into their childhood and his response was always like it's okay and it served on a becoming a running joke but it was also annoying with the mouse. Girls and for me I think in that moment, it was like we it's just okay. I've been sitting here for days contemplating how to.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Plants like I have plans. It's insane I won't say this I love new. York I lived in New York for five and a half years. I went there kind of running away from broken engagement, which we all know about and New York gave me exactly what I needed. I've started over there I there was dried it was on I felt like why Ram which is exactly I needed and I think with New York there comes a point where you're just like, okay I'm either GonNa stay here forever and risk the possibility waking up in five years being in the same exact spot because it does kind of become like cycle and Or you just say all right. If I had my son and for me, it was like I'd had my son and now new chapter of life like I needed to get away for that. Good I WANNA ask and I probably should ask just like later in the interview but we did mention that you are a twice over New York Times bestselling author and You keep mentioning this new chapter. So is there perhaps another book in the work so that you are settled in La total change total probably heart change. Everything in there is there is a third book Comey. No telling exactly when because think Cova happen But yeah, there's a third book on me and a lot of it as to do more of the reasons why moved at a New York City just kind of time for that change and it's not just it wasn't just the fact that I was there for five years. It's about that I'm thirty years old and. I'm sure you know we all of feel this way where you start watching people your age kid settle down and you start to wonder like Oh shit. What have I been doing this whole side the book is definitely going to be like a major departure from that whole single girl having her in the city which we all know I did into kind of a.
"andi" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast
"Ooh I really have found meditation to be so extremely helpful for me and to also help me set my intention throughout the day in the mindset because he knew if there were a spectrum on of being positive and negative, I lean more towards the negative side and a super negative people call it being real. Being realist. And Brian is the most positive person ever and so it's a good balance and I'm aware of more. But if I set my intention through the day and I take ten minutes out of the day to meditate and really focus, it really sets changes my mindset throughout the day because I'm. Always going back to what it is that I've had centered my intention on at the beginning of today. So it's just helped me relax and release and be in a more positive mindset at I just really found it really beneficial and I, and there's so many ways that you can do it whether for me it's sitting outside and doing it in the Morning whether I do it through prayer or through yoga or something that just rain will do it throughout the day while walking by doc it's great. But if I had people holding me accountable for it, like did you meditate today? Have you meditate at maybe sharing what their intention was I think it would really help me stick to it every single day. that. I look I. I have a love that I. my mom has home. I got I just said that like I'm English my mom my mom meditate day and She, she put herself in the computer room and her little office, and she listens to this ten to thirty minute audio book on her computer and I would always want by like when I was saying back with her Minnesota and like. Okay it's quite time like I have to walk gingerly. I can't bother her but I- props to people who can meditate I cannot I don't know like I just can't shut my brain down. I. Wish I. Could I wish I had it may. So maybe maybe Rachel I could be your first follower meditation you could ask. What we call ourselves. I'm not sure about that but I think if you do it in the morning. It. Yes you're thinking about what you have to do for the day, but you carve out that time that for me. That's when I found out. It's the best show at long in the dog when you do those things but also. As asthma I member Jess. I would say don't try to start with a big minutes star two minutes. One Minute and then just build on that. You Know GonNa. Make you hold me accountable and check in with me every morning be like Becca. Did you get your two minutes in I'm going to need as I. Am I us? Well, I love that you said that you wanted something that has purpose that can be held accountable when I think club like for me i. just think of something that maybe I mean, I think like things that I enjoy that I really love and two things that right now come to mind are. Cooking Ooh, and I also like I don't know what it's been in the past year. I love true crime and like murder mysteries and. I've talked with us on my instagram with like follow another podcast called crime junkies but I feel like if I could combine the two because like every day I'm cooking that's where I spent a lot of my time is making meals i. just enjoy it, and so I, think it'd be fun to serve club like. Is To start whoever wants to join. We could just like do zero calls as we're like making a recipe together and like talking about true crime like each week we would like you know you're making your. Ravioli talking about Jane I don't know it really has no concept. That's what I'm going off of right now. I I just love those two things I. Don't know what I would call it like. Crime in the kitchen or Killing killing. Killing in the kitchen I, don't be like that but I feel like the more people I talk to when I listened to my my crime podcast like. People are fixated on it, and so I feel like they can. Bond people in a way like a weekly check in where you're like making something fun and. Jerkin. Drinking glass of wine talking about serial killers knows them I did well I. Guess the names killing in the kitchen. Ns it. We obviously know how we do with names on this podcast. So we'll see. Like I mentioned I did start a random cross-stitch club the only member as of right now is Tia booth. She wanted to start it to I. Don't know if she's actually like a legit member Tia. If you're listening I, don't know if you've got your your string near Cross materials but. That's something I could definitely I'm just I'm not at clubs like I'm not consistent need some people told me accountable and keep it up Yeah. I mean I which I'm not into the CROHN'S I've tried but I have a lot of friends that are young and it's a big community of it. I need to give it another try. So you know he's doing up but I'd start with you will. You know. Yeah and we'll here's the thing I'm always trying to make cooking sound be more fun like I just don't enjoy it. So maybe you know I'm killing it in the kitchen. Yeah. Maybe how. Will. How you like have chefs join in on these virtual doom calls and as we're chopping carrots, we're talking about like the golden state killer or whatever it might be. Entertaining for all. The sounds gory. Okay. See Maybe Beckon I needed give this some more thought. Maybe she just leave the club thing to Andy Somebody who's killing it, and who's been pretty successful. Creating her own community called the endorphins which I just loved. You know I even had her actually like I got. So inspired I was like, Hey, I'm not I'm a sprinter I'm not a long distance runner by knee locks up. When I run for a long time, can you create something for me and she did she took the time to create her own plan for me and I never did I'm pitiful. I still have it saves, and maybe since we'll both be on the west coast, we can do together fact to someone who's been doing it killing it. In the kitchen, but maybe killing it on the. Straights So from Andrew Orphans, any has so much going on she's a New York Times best selling author how many people can say that can not once but twice? She's a fellow former attorney, my sister in law and. Like. Some other people are now she's made a big move to La needless to say you guys everybody. Welcome. You ask for here she is. Let's get a big round of applause to Andi. Dorfman. 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"andi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Who is your secret bachelor crush besides crystals? To maybe not. Maybe not a crash, but you know a potential husband. I don't know. Okay. Can I say something here the only rules of rapid fire is you have to answer. I can I can later in the army. Okay one out. There are multiple people at Jada. Tanner's wedding. Who thought you had a crush on Ben. Jeez, I didn't see going there. I didn't either. So I guess that wasn't true. Sorry, Ben I. Saw Okay. It's fine. Crush and You had a crush on at the wedding then czar. Look at shocker. That's where the communication got crossed here at wedding being like, Oh, I got it. Factor Andi Dorfman thinks I'm Q- The. Whole time. She's talking about been Zorn's. Nice and he was just like you're pretty guy like you. What attor what? A spin of the store gradients I'M GONNA. Regret thing. Probably, you're going to really regret answering the next question. If you do okay who is a celebrity of hooked up with or had okay. We won't say hookup celebrity. You've had a flirtation with all that. Okay fine then, but there has been wonder but there has been. No. Radar here like. Andy likes her athletes. Oh. Yeah. Athletes for sure. Actors. I. Dated by the way in the past six years, you just haven't put it on social media. More. Concerned. Addressed the rumors on your hangouts with Tyler Cameron on Love Tyler. Wooden say. Young younger. He's like a brother him and Matt. Oh we'll give us a little dish on Matt. Matt is like genuinely a great guy like he the that's the best way to describe him. He is a good like sensitive nice guy. Be Stays that way no one says has that a bad thing about Matt's. Like he's just a good guy, his four. That's awesome. We're GONNA play a round of Mary kill your options Chris Harrison Nick Vile in Tyler Cameron. Actually easy no way. I thought this is going to be hard. She's going to marry Chris Harrison. Hundred percent. Let's the other one. What do we call it yet? We call it here, Kiss. The League. Mary Chris Harrison Kiss Tyler Cameron Kill Nick. This is what she says about her friend guys. Laugh what do I laugh every time? Somebody just like says, during this game killed Nick Vile I loved Nick. But what I? Just funny. Out. Marina rockinger kiss him. I. Just let's actually the. Very Chris Tyler. I hopefully. The watching even. How many miles do you run until? It hurts like at what point are you like? Oh, my body be like six like. Okay, that's a lot. That's really far what's been your favorite la moment so far the sunsets. Is. Do a balcony that you can watch them on. No. Go down to the beach though Nice what's The New York City restaurant? You'll Car? Bone..
"andi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Week of the almost famous podcast and yes, we're coming to with an in-depth episode. This is one we've waited on for a long time. We've been excited about for a long time. Ashley you and I've talked about it. This was the very first season I ever watched and it was the very first season I. Remember like because I watched it. I also just really fell in love with this season. You know when I then stepped out of the Limo. It was Andy Season of the Bachelorette. Became surreal for me because I had watched it as fan it'd been about a year and a half before I was on the show and then was at the same place meeting people firm her season and that's where things that really weird for me. Yeah. It's funny because her season. I looked at it. You know like that was the last season I got to watch as a fan and it was funny because I looked at some people on her season Andy yourself included as a celebrity and I was like starstruck by you guys and when I first met Nick at Caitlyn's data I was like, Oh, my God this guy's way too cool to be sitting next to me and It's just weird that that was like the season. Where two sorts of ways that I viewed the show Collided. Andi Dorfman, everybody she is here Andy Welcome to the. PODCAST. Hi, thanks for having me. I, would so funny to hear that you guys both like with that season because actually you're right after mine right so like I saw my girls as the girls that I was with as my peers. Right. But then the people from your season only saw on TV. So I thought they are celebrities. So funny. A wild world anti I mean this when I say I watched it. From. My Parents House I was still at home at the time. And I watched your experience and your journey in all the characters involved and I'm with Ashley. I watched it as a fan viewing you all as untouchable celebrities and then. It was not only meeting Caitlin. In Brit at the mansion for the first time but also then having this realization that you were at the mansion. And things then got really odd for me. And for me, I watched your season. Being like one of these guys is going to be my bachelor which so like that was a big deal for me. Oh you already knew you're going on calf way through the airing of your season I I knew I was going on or like I was in the midst of you know casting the entire time, but it wasn't until after season was over that I got the official call but I still had to watch it with intent. That's interesting because I really didn't get that experience because Juan Pablo didn't make it nearly as far as everyone else usually does and just remember at casting they had already casted him and nobody really knew that about him because he's the. He's gone maybe four or five episodes then. On your season. At first, I just wasn't feeling Chris I was like I don't think we're going to have anything in common. I. Thought that he was a good looking guy but I didn't think that he was like a smoke Joe, he wasn't my type. He just wasn't type like I normally go for like..
"andi" Discussed on Civilized
"Our you they're. going. Not, so great, okay? Look I I. Really Don't think I'm the best person to be sent out to find food. Bob It's your role within the group. Provide sustenance, and you're the only one brave enough to leave through the whole. I find that a little surprising, but I'm. Rave. Like I spent. Basically a day with you inside a cupboard. And then we grew so much from that. And now you're brave, and you'll continue to and protect the giant pool inside of me. I don't know what I'm looking for I. It's all just lumps on the ground. This out! You can't see it, but is this a rock or is? It moves okay. Okay, that was alive. I need someone who can help me I need someone who can. Actually help me like. Sorry. I'm just going to be honest. I was hurtful. I am more than happy to help if you need what. I am more than happy to help if you need. You said you needed help. I can help it. Who is? How it's not al Bob. Sit Down, relax. I'm sitting down. This is a little strange, because the voice is not coming out of my communicator, it's like it's coming out of my clothing. That is correct I. AM integrated into the clothes. Oh. What happened last time listened to disembodied voice, wasn't me? I made a friend that didn't end well. I'm happy to be friends if you want. Really. I don't have a lot of friends. What would what's your name on? My Name's Bob Hi Bob yes, I, know. We covered that I'm Andy Oh. Hi Andy. Andy with a with A. With A. It's an acronym and D. I o.. Where do I work when I'm talking to you? Anywhere I can basically see you and I can hear you. How many fingers am I holding up? You have three and you have four behind your back. So. You can see outside. So. He could help me find food I certainly can out noticed. You haven't been as receptive to listening to Bob Problems. Mainly focused on dealing with things inside and outside, and that gets me very. I see yeah, I agree. I think you should spend more time listening to my problems like we and Andy said. It would be the nice thing to do. Yeah. Yeah in any case, Bob, let's stay focused on the task at hand. Do you see where that thing moved to? Because you can eat that probably? Just ran around behind this Bush with the sharp. You can eat that Bush bob you should try. That Bush would need to boost. Power levels on now depleting to almost zero percent currently sitting ads hero flying one five. I had lots all hope that Bob will be returning. But to keep myself occupied I still will continue to be. A E. E. I never knew loneliness could lead me feeling so hollow. I didn't think I could feel anything. Even My. Humor chip is depleted. Bartholi you. Can you hear US buddy buddy. I had to write bartholomew. Can you hear me? Yes, I can hear you, Bob and I gotTa Say I. Appreciate You taking so much effort to get my name correctly. It feels like everyone's finally starting to get it. Why wouldn't I just want? You want US US Bartholomee right. No I do I I really appreciate it. That's what I'm saying. It just feels like I I've had to correct people calling me Bardy like like literally every twenty minutes, or so so so it feels good that you're finally starting to get it. Oh I! Don't remember doing that, but I appreciate it as okay cool. Oh, I forgot of never I met a friend I met a friend his name is. I with an I. It's a didn't synonym or something. I don't know it's an acronym. Oh See! They're attacking him. It's an acronym that's him I. Don't know if you can hear them. Oh and I found this helmet thing on the ground, and I caught some food. I'm coming back to the base. Okay, Whoa has been very resourceful. Thanks Sandy Hey whoa big day Bob. But. Before coming back to the base, maybe we just stop and take stock of the situation for a moment I not to say that making new friends and foraging, and all of that isn't great news I'm just remembering some incidents from our past. Where maybe you know being too quick to friendship was also being too quick to life. Threatening situations I if you get my drift. Here? You're talking party out just coming in now. Climbed to agree with party. Thanks out, but I prefer Bartholomew. Hi. Nice to see you coming inside from being outside and doing things that are helpful to the mission. What what is? MINIMUM, posing look I want you to meet my clothing. Hello I'm Andy. I'm terribly sorry tricks right? Where's the cloud I I? Knew I knew you'd bring more death and destruction. Or clothing talking Andy. Why do you have you left your mind Bob there is. You, you'll let destruction into the space race I. DON'T Trust Your Golden, were you? You. Don't need to worry. I promise I'm not going to hurt anyone. Unless, the person possibly has plans to hurt someone else. Then I might stop you. Oh, but I'm not made of cloth I'm woven into the fibers of the clothing electronically. So you can see I can hear. It's a IT'S A. It's new technology beatrix. You're at our clothes now. All right take these. Notes. Better not. Be My underwear. Put It on. A. Do Integrate under. Hey guys! Is this the? Tricks emergency. Has has brought something back into the base again. It's a weird helmet and I. Do not happy about this. There's some voice disembodied voice in. All of my all of my insides soon, Kennedy! Reason, you can't be unhappy with clothes on mute in the clove. Your body is your own clothes. Bartholomew a guys, can I. Can I come in there yet is bits have clothes on yet? I am enjoying this newfound freedom I might never never wear clothes again, but yes fine. I will. Put on my pants. Bartholomew look I found this I found this friend. He's in our clothing. And other things he has his name's Andy Oh. And I found this helmet I don I just GonNa? Sit here on the floor, okay? Food I found food, too. I mean this is like maybe all great news Bob. Here, I just think maybe before we get too comfortable with. You said it's and eats Andy. Yes okay well pleased to meet you Andy I. I I hope you don't mind It's just we've had some. He might not be out of here. You hear. Speak into my clothing, narco get. Is Uncomfortably Close Bob and. Did you have to present your armpit of us are here you can do to my leg, okay?.
"andi" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Nobody would want to be my friend. If I was honest about what I can tell with like all the time I wouldn't have any friends. You know. That's not true I mean yes. I my heart I do. I have a I have. I struggle with a lot of things emotionally I have since I was a child so I would imagine that it's not only very hard revealing this stuff on national television but is it then could sort it in a way. It's very cathartic. It's almost like going into therapy because I don't know I don't feel like I'm hiding stuff. I always felt like I was trying to hide who I was is by smile and you know and bubbly personality and and that's not always how I fell inside so it's very cathartic right and I have to imagine you've gotten a a tremendous amount of support from the housewives community fans watching the show so amazing supportive and I'm very very appreciative very I'm second on Tonight's Dallas Dinner. Confrontation led to Cameron Calling Brandy Trash which brandy thought was a garbage move and the whole thing evolved into one big dumpster fire. Take a look with either going into another room kicking outside the window saying this is no cameras. I was not I owned. Don't save trash. I'm done with you. I'm sorry brandy. Hey for threatening napkin airfare. Did you come in. You're playing to understand why you choose to use that word. That was trashy thing to do during a Napkin. Make these trash ask. I am mortified in my behavior. Okay Cameron Mortified Notre. Okay here's what let go to. WWAFL DOT TV. I want you to weigh. In whose side are you on Brandy or Cameron where you going with this. I mean I get both sides. I don't care if Kazmi trash like I'm from the south. I feel you. GonNa throw that word around but I think one's brand is. Don't call me that anymore than the cut it right. It seemed like Cameron was doubling down. They're a little bit. Okay looks like you guys are on Brandy side. They're finally Andy may not have found the one on the bachelor or the Bachelorette but despite right having no qualifications. I consider myself to be the one who can fix that so here's lot it's time for this. Rose are totally opposed Andy. I'm going to go through list of eligible. Bachelors curated by yours truly you say if you would accept the thoughts of it makes you feel thorny okay would you accept except the rows of Peter Webber. ABC's Newest Bachelor Oh. I mean yeah if I was on the show right. Yeah I go I'm not going to catch fish islands or is he a little funny like that about things say okay. Let's move on Brody Jenner okay. You're good what about Blake Portsmouth from the Bachelorette in blood sugar and paradise. I saw this kid at stagecoach coach. It's an it's an it's. No what about do you watch outside. The Potomac Robin's boyfriend one. Oh right okay good good wait. What about Mike Johnson. the bachelorette about Sharon paradise contested. He's got swag. Yes into this is a layup. What about Michael. We'll be Jordan the BACHELORETTE and Bachelor in Paradise Contestant John Paul Jones Awkward. But charm out. How do you watch the New York housewives take all how about Linda's ex John MMG. I mean maybe by the way best strike leader in New York City yeah okay the Bachelor Nick Nick Vail. Would you ever give him another chance. I'm going to politely decline okay. You're going to decline there. How how about the bachelor host Chris Harrison Yeah all right. Thank you very much in in the control room. We WanNA know go to W. W. H. L. Dot TV. Tell us who is the biggest Douche in history. Ari Blake Chad Nick the Josh or one Pablo. Who are you voting for a year so many I know so very very well suited to tell us. Who Do you think J. P. One problem that whole bottom section is all nicktator Josh and Juan Pablo. I'M GONNA GO ANYTHING THAT THE J. J. Looks like you guys are firmly going one. Thank you very much for your vote interesting. Let's go to Wick Nick from Atlanta. Hey whic which question what's up. Andy looking extra handsome tonight things my question is four Stephanie Anthony Guy. That's me. Why wasn't your first reaction to stick up for Burundi when Cameron Culture Trash. How what watching that? That's something that I regret. I feel like I cameron seem so upset and ran away and I I don't know I just kind of chase after her to see what was going on but yes yes. It's very offensive and you may see me talking about it later but I feel like calling somebody trashes most offensive thing you can do especially somebody who hasn't raised having a lot and brandy has been very insecure and had people being very return whole her whole life from living in a trailer so I understand that that as Mrs Hansen Okay Andy Linda Sees said can you rank these guys based on their expertise in the bedroom Juan Pablo Nick and Josh No okay. I don't know 'cause I didn't any any of them. Oh there you go. That's not true okay but that being said I thought you were judged unfairly for whatever you did you with anybody. I thought it was a real and they're putting why are they putting you in a fantasy sweet. What do they expect you to like. I just I didn't care now. It's kind of like this unwritten rule that like what happens there stay there and nowadays everyone talks about it but when I was on it was just kind of awkward because the guy talked about it and I didn't and so yeah it's just mutual respect. If you you WANNA talk about it fine but if somebody who doesn't WanNa talk about it just now Kelly Texted Stephanie. What do you honestly think about Leeann trying to get everything for Free for wedding. I get this question You're prepared answer me so well and it was awkward to watch actually called and told her this was very awkward to watch. I don't know if it was hopefully preplanned because I don't know it. Just put the woman on the spot if not I don't seem I'm I know for her. Second was to tim from Detroit. Hey Tim what's your question. Hi My questions for Andy but first Stephanie thank you so much for being vulnerable and candid and honest with all of us about your struggle with depression and anxiety concerns that people might like you less for talking about it but please be assured we love you all the more for so things like. I said my questions for Andy Andy. There are a lot of nine married housewife. I'm curious which one you think would be best suited for the BACHELORETTE. Oh I've never thought about this. Okay Tinsley. Oh she's a kissing band. She could work a room. Yes who am into that. Dallas Brandy and Cameron talk on the beach which makes Lianne cringe like. She's got sand in her bathing suit. Here's a sneak peek. They thought that for what I said Said you want to shirk emily. Babysit my hat for sure. I'm getting used to this in the moment. You're pissed off at me and I'm not me and you caught me. Josh Fighting Fat Brandy like I just don't like I just feel like an iky person and it's like I just feel like flying in my hey group when I mean attack like the don't cry. Can we please finish last night. I tried to have a conversation and I got told I had to stay at the table but I just want you to now that she feels bad. I see her all right. Andy Drama Banana said Colton said he had to hide how much he likes cassie. How much does production control you and your dates. It's less production and more yourself because like you don't want to show that you are in love with someone and then go on a date with somebody else that you have to okay. Let's go to David from New York. Hey David what's your question and the counting endowed days so Bravo con count we yeah me too Mike Questions for Stephanie so going back to your brandies fights right. I was wondering if this show kind of helped you guys reconcile or did it make the process harder for you to of you by the way not not you know looking back. We're not talking at all before he film so filming lease had US go meet face to face but mood. You've gotten in the fight headed for the show you would not. I don't think so I think I think we probably myself more than her didn't know how to navigate everything. It was it's really hard your first year because you don't know what to expect and it was really hard and I feel like navigating that I did poorly. She did poorly but season two it was a blessing in disguise because we were able to talk and so it was it was a heart season season. Cindy S on our facebook. Our aren't our walkabout wants to know Andy. Can you say three nice things about Josh now. You can't okay lizzy. E wants to know Andy. What do you think about the rumor that Mike was actually supposed to be the best service switch to Peter last minute I will have you know that rumor is false it is. I have little little Intel but the entire is spot on okay. I'll say they were asking the bachelor. There was no feel like every year they do that right right. Okay Lewis Stools wants to know if Stephanie is seen Mamadee without the WIG I have not I've never seen her without the WIG. Okay I would be interested to see her. I actually I would love to see her without her wig. It would be amazing. Vicki J wants to Andy. What was your reaction a hand a B.'s iconic four times in a windmill moment from her season. I mean good for her. I my dad would would kill me right right. I can't look at a windmill without thinking about doing it in there. Four Times with my dad would kill me and I thought I'd say Terron Terron Gitex said Stephanie. I heard a rumor online that brandy might have dated Travis back in the day. This is a true. No Okay Travis me. Were you house. She worked. You weren't friendy worked for you really were you pissed. That deandra was like blowing her hair out or whatever the excuse was the craziest thing I showed up to work. She wasn't there and 'cause you'd like not showing up. I'm like what the heck. It seemed like homework for that meeting. I did write a lot of homework for their meeting so yes. Sheila G wants to know Eddie when your ex Nick and his bachelor pick Vanessa got engaged. Did you think it would last especially with the distance. I thought there was a chance yeah I I mean. I don't know it's kind of hard for me to be like yes. This is going to last but no I believed it. If that's asking also lydia h wants to know your biggest regret from starring in the Bachelor Franchise. Oh Ooh I mean the person I picked at the end on it right okay. That's good. That's Korea. Yes that's in workout. Unfortunately now okay worked out dating right now. Any Bell God you're eligible. Okay sorry for Moslo Day it goes to the Swiss tour took. LSD At Disneyland Paris well who hasn't and fell into a man-made Lake in adventure land before completely disappearing and then popping up completely naked a mile away okay okay. This guy gets the muzzle for observing the age old tradition of not wearing pants at Disneyland look. No one wears pants tonight. Shackle goes to Kim's ex fridge being such a huge mess that the photos she posted on instagram made headlines. I I I love it. That's a stacked up fridge. You know where should she throw that old food. Nina leaks dragged box the Laura. I WanNa Take Seventy Jackson Combined Stephanie all in on the real outside of Dallas collection today and all proceeds benefit girls on the run or excellent of did you get involved with them. I started running a marathon and wanted to pick a charity and kind of looked at a few different and they it basically hit which was running but also learning how to have self confidence learning how to have discipline and realizing that like training for a marathon wasn't just about running it was like a lot of inner personal feelings and kind of therapy in a certain way and that's basically what they teach these young girls things about self-confidence confidence things about discipline and they do it all while they're training them to run. A Five K for the bar. Justin is here breads bakery agree with special items so good Stephanie. Are you excited for Bravo gun and yeah. I'm not going to chance for everybody right. Don't come to Bravo con expected. Let there are a ton of people who are going okay. Let's go to Danielle from Austin Danielle. What's your question in more on my family from waste your biggest fan. Cardinals had a crappy tonight and last night anyway. Let Saint Louis Talk for the night. What's your question. My question is I definitely do you think that the android should what the company goes and Psalmody David Moore basically and ruin. I don't think she should just throw it away. I think she should work as hard as she can. See if it's going to be able to thrive and then if not not I do think she should cut herself break and you know if it's not if she it's I don't want to break her. You know so I feel like if she cannot make it work and she's tried everything. Let GEICO and and just be proud of your effort all right Kayleigh from Florida Kelly..
"andi" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me. Andy Cohen and now the Bachelor University is something she's mastered and she was there in Mexico with the Andhra Wendy under a got plastered is watching veterans. I was Stephanie all men and Andi Dorfman now Trevon XIV. I'm your host to Andy. Cohen live in the clubhouse on shots unite with two women who both have have lots of experience living in mansions. She says I never carry a garage. It won't match my shoes but you might have wanted to throw a shoe at Cameron in Mexico tonight. Please welcome real outside outside Dallas Stephanie all I love that and you know her from the Bachelor Enter Tenure Anura the Bachelorette but these days the Bravo Superman she's giving most of her roses to the Dallas housewives say hi to Andi Dorfman and the two of you ever fan girl school Andy on the street on Saturday in the village which was very excited. I feel like I was fan girl and then to know you were totally cool. She wrote up two hundred bucks. Just like I'm going to be on your show on Wednesday. I'm like yeah and then I was like. Oh wait. Wait a minute. You are do that either. I should do so good. I love it's worse if I say something after go on since Russia is almost upon us. I thought we could celebrate the High Holidays by getting a little baked so to speak say hey IDA Justin seek Miller with city. Hey Man Nice Jewish boy. I presume no no no no but you guys made bop key cooled in you know yeah yes very good. We needed to come back tonight. When the Ladies The Dallas attended a Polo although match nature called and well this happened watch and found you up on you over there. We have a long way to I'm after work really fast as we go behind his truck I with guys right there. In the Bushes Cameron you golf course with your clutter the trick and the etiquette to pay outside. Here's don't talk about it taking a rationale. was that poisoning. The girls he'd outside the Enders Beauty. Line is called hard night good morning so I guess she used the Mexico trip as research for the hard night portion by getting Deanne drunk now. This was something I laughed out. Loud Watch having said that if he gets so loud van we came here avail ever what part of Texas were in Mexico indeed Deandra having a child drunk. I'm channel. She definitely lightens the mood whol DOT TV reverse tonight. We want to know what a scale of one to ten. How Fun is Drunk Deandra. How fun is drug dealers like at twelve so fun yes. What do you think Mama d. He is going to say about tonight's episode and you know. She may not be happy. I'm very happy about it so yes okay very good..