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Family demands release of evidence in Breonna Taylor's case

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

Family demands release of evidence in Breonna Taylor's case

"Her family is demanding the release of transcripts from the grand jury hearings that led to no charges against police officers in Louisville Kentucky involved in the depths of Brianna Taylor lawyers for the family including Juanita Baker say they have seen the evidence they have questions for the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron the grand jury on the grand jury if your office make that decision yeah and where does the right to know what is it that we need to say I got it wrong when it was read by Brianna Taylor's mother saying Cameron had the power to do the right thing he had the power to help me in over four hundred years of oppression what he helped me realize is that it will always be us against them governor Andy Beshear is also calling for the Attorney General to release what evidence in the Taylor case he can I'm at Donahue

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Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 22 hrs ago

Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision

"Of Louisville is bracing for another night of protests after Kentucky's attorney general said he would not charge three officers in the death of Briana Taylor. She is the black woman shot and killed by police in her apartment in March. The decision not to charge the officers involved drove demonstrators into the streets around the country. But it's Louisville. That is the center of this story. And that is where NPR's Adrian Florido is now. Hey there, Adrian. I'm a really describe to us what you are seeing. What you're hearing is you're out and about reporting on the streets there in Louisville. So, so far today, things have been calm. That was not the case. Last night, however, the streets of downtown Louisville were really tense as police worked to enforce and nine PM curfew and disperse crowds or furious Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement just before curfew, two officers were shot. Their injuries were non my threatening and the suspect was arrested. But this morning, Mayor Greg Fischer pleaded for peace. We never had control over what attorney General of the grand jury would do. We do have control over what happens next in our city, So I'm asking everyone to reject violence and join me and committing Ourselves to the work of reform for justice and for equity and do that now. And Adrian. How our people out on the streets protesting. How are they hearing that? How are they responding to that? I think that there is a lot of skepticism that meaningful change that the mayor is calling for if they participate will actually happen, You know, people here in Louisville protested for 120 days. Demanding that the three police officers who participated in the raid on Briana Taylor's apartment be charged with her murder. Instead. What they got was a grand jury and the state attorney general deciding to charge just one of those officers not for Taylor's death, but because the bullets that this officer fired into her apartment, entered the apartment next door and endangered the lives of Taylor's neighbors. This morning, I spoke to a man named Marcus Reed. He runs a barbecue joint near where Taylor was killed wasn't what he said. If it was may 20 years, But you know, this is police and he's not my skin color. They Just a slap on the wrist. They keep doing it. He told me that his friends and family are deeply resentful of the decision not to charge and that he would not be surprised if tensions on the streets actually actually grow worse after this, Yeah, well, I was going to ask where where my things go because people out protesting many of them had some pretty specific goals in mind. They weren't just angry. They wanted all of the involved officers to be fired and charged with murder. Which, as of yesterday seems to be off the table. So so where do things go now? Rights of the local investigation into Taylor's killing is complete. There will be no more charges Theater New general has said that but the police Department is continuing an internal investigation on whether the officers followed department protocols on the night of the raid. There's also an ongoing federal investigation. The FBI is looking into whether police violated Briana Taylor's civil rights and they're looking at How they obtained that warrant raid Taylor's apartment to look for drugs drugs that they did not find, And aside from that Kentucky's governor Andy this year, he is calling on the attorney general to release the evidence from his investigation against the officers. Here's what the governor said just a little while ago. I know the attorney general talks about the truth, and I talk about the truth. I think we ought to let the people of Kentucky see all of that evaluate and come to the truth. I believe that it is fully appropriate to do at this point in time, Put it all on line. The attorney general has said that he won't do that for now, because of the charges brought yesterday against the one former officer Onda also that pending FBI investigation so briefly, Adrian, you're watching for more protests there in Louisville tonight. There will be more protests. You know, The police say that they're going to continue to enforce the curfew, which is still in effect. Police say that they will do the same thing they did yesterday. They have today arrested more than 100 protesters yesterday. I should also say Marie Louise that we're expecting to hear from Briana Taylor's family tomorrow. NPR's Adrian Florido reporting from Louisville tonight. Thanks, Adrien.

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Kentucky's Democratic governor summons National Guard deployment to Louisville

Steve Scott

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Kentucky's Democratic governor summons National Guard deployment to Louisville

"Governor Andy Bashir, says he's authorized a limited deployment of the National Guard. As those demonstrators gathered, the Democratic governor said Wednesday at a news conference of the deployment is based on very specific operations and is under the sole command of the National Guard. He says the National Guard would protect Critical infrastructure, including hospitals.

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Airlines Are Asking for a Second Bailout. Congress Should Say No.

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Airlines Are Asking for a Second Bailout. Congress Should Say No.

"We begin today with airlines their CEO's and union leaders are begging Congress for an extension to the twenty five, billion dollar industry bailout that was part of the cares act travel demand isn't returning fast enough, and now the industry is warning of a massive wave of layoffs if lawmakers extend funding before October first, but Congress is fighting and. Preoccupied. So where does that leave the airlines and their employees marketplace's Andy Euler reports according to the Trade Group Airlines for America passenger volume is off about sixty five percent from a year ago and airlines are collectively burning through five billion dollars. Each month CEO Nick Kelly says airlines are asking for six months federal help because hopefully by then we will be over the Hump and we will start to have a pickup and travel by next spring. The conditions of the previous bailout protected workers until October First Kalua warns that up to one hundred, thousand airline employees could soon join the ranks of the unemployed and Robert W man, a former airline executive and industry consultant says a second bailout would help the US economy recover faster when the pandemic Wayne's if the industry were to fall into disrepair if it were to fall into. Destructive restructuring during the pandemic, the question would be, what would you have around to help your on the other side? When exactly we get to the other side of the pandemic it's still murky and Federal Nikkei Day Rusia George Mason University says, another twenty five billion dollars is not going to solve the problem. This is justice coning the inevitable as long as the demand doesn't go back up. This is just basically a band-aid patch. She says bankruptcy would be the best option airlines have shown that they can emerge from restructuring healthier, and she says that needs troubled airlines don't pose a major risk to the economy at large. I made Euler

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Interview with Lisa McFadden, PhD

Moving2Live

06:35 min | 2 d ago

Interview with Lisa McFadden, PhD

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?

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NPR Poll: Black, Latino Households Struggle To Pay Rent, Mortgages

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:23 min | 2 d ago

NPR Poll: Black, Latino Households Struggle To Pay Rent, Mortgages

"Some new data from an NPR poll suggests just how badly Americans are suffering economically during the pandemic. Here's NPR's Chris Arnold Gina Lost Her job as a school bus driver in Chicago during the pandemic she was managing. Okay with unemployment money. But then about two weeks ago, she got a desperate call from her adult son his job had laid him off. He wasn't able to pay rate. There was an eviction moratorium in Chicago, but Jean says the landlord wanted her son out anyway a warning what happened next is disturbing and violent. She says the landlord got someone to threaten her son and shoot his dog a German shepherd mix that he'd had for years Economi. His mom they kill my dog. And the GATT told me that he should kill me to. MSA. Said market you come over here. I went over there. I said, okay star packing you gather go. and. Never went back. Gene only wants to use her first name for fear retribution. She says, she was afraid to report what happened to the police, her son and his two kids if now moved in with her. Gene was one of more than three thousand people who took part in a poll from NPR the Robert Wood, Johnson? Foundation. And the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health. Her. Story is a sad and dramatic example. But the poll found many people reported problems with housing healthcare, unsafe workplaces, and a very high percentage of Americans. Forty six percent said they're having serious financial problems are surprises how large the? Numbers are Robert Blend in is a Harvard public health professor. He says, the poll was done in July after Congress approved an extra six hundred dollars a week in federal and apply benefits, and that was still supposed to be flowing to people and yet. So many people said, they were struggling one in six households even reported missing or delaying major bills just so that they could buy food blending says it's. Like the government sent a hundred FEMA trucks into a disaster zone but a lot of people never saw them or got any help it just like interviewing people in a hurricane area and the people are telling you, there's no relief it should be there could be some people are having trouble accessing the HAL blend says the government should quickly try to discover where the biggest problems are and there could be. Another factor. My name is Linda Neuron who and I was an accounting manager dorato lives in Phoenix Arizona and lost her accounting job at a tow truck company in the pandemic. Once that stay home order was issued if our driving, they're not getting a car accidents if they're not getting in car accidents, we don't have much of a business Dorato said in the poll that she was having serious financial problems when. She was getting that extra six hundred dollars a week and so she was doing. Okay. But she knew that that was about to expire and that she wasn't going to be able to support her four kids on the state benefits alone which for her just two hundred, forty dollars a week in Arizona and she was right. She's now burned through almost all of her savings and she won't able to pay reds after next month it's extremely difficult. To sleep at night I wake up at two or three in the morning and I just have my mind's just racing just constantly racing, and then I'm having to get up in the morning and sit with my two younger children but I'm so focused on you know bills and money and jobs Dorato who's Latina says she's been looking for work with no luck. She says she has no family she can go live with or borrow money from. And Black and Latino households were two times more likely than white families to say that they've fallen behind on their rent or mortgage. It is striking. It's not surprising. David Williams is a Harvard professor who studies race and sociology. He says blacks and Latinos make money than whites and have less savings. So they're more vulnerable Andy says they're less likely to have family members who can afford to loan the money for. Rent or other bills for every dollar of wealth white households have African American households have ten pennies and Latino households have twelfth pennies. So it's really not surprising that they are really been hurt badly in the context of the pandemic

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Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

"Kentucky's largest city continue preparations for protests as the city waits for a decision by the state attorney general on the Briana Taylor case, Daniel Cameron expected to announce this week it will charge the officers involved in Taylor's shooting death. Governor Andy Bashir says he's spoken spoken to to the the state state attorney attorney general. general. But But details details in in the the case case have have been been tight tight lipped. lipped. Sheer Sheer says says he he is is confident confident protests protests will will not not get get on on rolling. rolling. The The eyes eyes and and ears ears of of the the world world are are going going to to be be here. here. People People are are going to be Herd. Let's just make sure it's done in a way where that message doesn't get lost. The mayor of Louisville declared a state of emergency hours after police said they would restrict access to downtown. Coming up

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Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:46 min | 3 d ago

Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy

"Hey Everyone Danielle. Here I'm excited to get into this episode with our guest and curly will be back next week today Monica royer joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Monica Andy An organic baby and children's clothing company. Monica had the idea to launch her company literally from the hospital after she gave birth. Who've with the mission of being the most thoughtful children's brand ever created and as we'll get into entrepreneurship definitely runs in her family Monica. Thank you for joining us today welcomed skin from the couch Danielle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Thank you. So I just WanNa say that like literally I think one of the days after I had told our team that I. Was Pregnant I had a call with Monica and I was like only slightly panicked about the fact that I was maybe a first time mom and really had no clue what I was doing and was like everyone keeps telling me I need a lay at and I don't even know what that is and Google that and Monica was like such a calming presence and literally knows this case inside a now. Thank you so much what we're is really excited to welcome people into Motherhood, in new, parenthood. So congratulations to you. Thank you. So let's start with an easy question scam your resume. To actually take back to what you can't see on link to in, which is that I came from a very hardworking family and so at the age of twelve, my mom was the manager, the ultrasound department at Good Samaritan. Hospital in Downers Grove and she's like you're gonNA start volunteering. So she went an air sign me up I was working at the front desk outpatient registration and that at fourteen she was like job permit time. So we went I started stocking the shelves at now very defunct retail store of which I. Can't even remember the name but work ethic with something was really important to my parents and so I spent all the time before I graduated from college with all of my summer jobs in the hospital. So physical therapy like you name it I worked all around the hospital when University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana graduated and I immediately got a job in the pharmaceutical industry. So I spent the first decade doing absolutely nothing related to what I'm currently doing but I worked at both Pfizer and Novartis for that decade which was. Very different from currently in that I launched. Monica. Nandy officially in July of twenty fourteen. So now this is my new baby and what I've been most recently working on what's something that we can't Google about you or look up on Lincoln I originally wanted to be a marine biologist. nine or ten old I would have told you wanted to be a marine biologist terrified of the ocean look at seeing but being in it. So that was sort of a non starter, the marine biology career, but I remained totally obsessed with like orcas. Great White Sharks in my very favorite place to travel as the San Juan islands outside of Seattle, marine, biologist, and pharmaceutical industry. This is all very, very interesting. So we're GONNA get into your family. And the support system that you've built around you. But I when I was talking to you a few weeks ago, you were talking about your mom and how her story had such an impact on you tell us about what it was like growing up in your house. What kind of expectations were there? Yeah. So my mom is an immigrant from India. She moved here from India's her dad was dying of Emphysema and some money home when she was nineteen. Years old as I have always a revered both of my parents Andy I always say that will never win the lottery because we did the first time by the parents that we got. So a massive amount of respect for both of them. But my mom, there was something about the family that she came from her family was very matriarchal in in a society in India that was much the opposite in. So my grandfather had nine children altogether the first. Five of which were girls as in India, like at that time most people wanted boys but my grandfather really cherish having girls in he educated each of them like they were boys and so when my mom came here, she came here on sheer well of the education that she had received and so education was of the utmost importance specifically for my mom mom was the only person in her family to marry outside of her Indian cultures or a dad is. Know his ancestors from European background and so my brother and I were so close growing up because we were so different from everybody else we were between world instead of fitting into any world in particular and so I think that unique experience really shaped the adults that we became.

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FBI Seeking More Potential Jerry Harris Victims

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

FBI Seeking More Potential Jerry Harris Victims

"A Netflix star from Bowling Brook was arrested and charged with child pornography, FBI officials are now asking more if more potential victims if there are potential victims to come forward, 21 YEAR old Jeremiah Jerry Harris is accused of luring underage male cheerleaders into sending him sexual photos and videos. And in one case, meeting up with the victim in hopes of having sex, prosecutors say the bowling brook native form the relationships through his role in the Netflix competitive cheerleading docuseries cheer. After his arrest last week. Chicago's FBI office is now searching for other miners who may have had contact with Harris via Snapchat, or Instagram. The Naperville resident has admitted to receiving pornographic images from up to 15 different miners and knowing that they were minors. Andy

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"andy i" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:18 min | 3 d ago

"andy i" Discussed on The Watch

"And however I work is incredibly productive. It works it's got a really high win rate. But. It comes at a cost and it comes at a cost of happiness. And I think as I get older especially as I try to teach my son. I don't think I'm ever going to teach him the kinds of success that I thought was success I think success is actually finding your own meaning. What successes not the success of what culture dictates. and. You know. I hate it when I find somebody that worked for me that says. I didn't enjoy it myself because I didn't know one told me to appreciate this or that because I've had a lot of work for me go through a lot of success and they just pushed pushed and pushed and it pains me to see that because I wasn't a better leader I didn't teach them well enough because I didn't know better myself. So you know I think moving forward. I. I really just want to be a better sort of source of information for people and tell them don't listen to me man like. Really Alto the day. Andy I. Just don't listen to me do what you need to do. But I think listen to what you just said. Now because I think that was I mean even just to make a personal for a minute I also really struggle it being present and saying like this was a good time. This was the thing to enjoy because I want to what's next what's the next one, and you have to do better for the next one right and the one lesson. I had when I sat down with your January was for some reason I enjoyed making TV show. and. I never enjoyed anything while it was happening before my entire life. And that was the reward you know and something about? Just, the society right is kind of broken and forgets that. So exactly what the lesson you just said I think and I think the lesson that is underscored by the book that instead of idolizing this. Totally unprecedented, totally fortunate blazing run of success of the New York restaurant world. You like a lot of it was socks was hard but yeah. I. I. It definitely is eastern religion. You know it sounds new agey and all of that and I realized that but. I think there's there's something to be said about. Finding success on your own terms and..

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11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

Trivia With Budds

03:25 min | 5 d ago

11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

"All right nineteen letter movies with Nineteen Word Hands. Let's see if you can figure all these out number one crusading reporters Woodward and Bernstein dig through the Merck surrounding President Nixon's misdeeds searching for the truth about Watergate, what is that movie number one number one? And number two, Brosnan settles in for his third outing as double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a hem doctor. Christmas Jones number two Brosnan settles in for his third outing double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a ham doctor Christmas Jones number two. Question number three no twinkies for Woody Harrelson, this time but hordes of undead still to battle in this decade later, Dom Com sequel number three. What is that Zombie Com sequel with Woody Harrelson And number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya. After meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya after meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four. And Number Five more rock more Jack Black More Kevin Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to a reboot number five more rock more Jack Blackmore Kevin, Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to remove. Number six the American remake of Seven Samurai with a star studded cast of Charles Bronson Steve McQueen and Horst. Holtz. Number seven the time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline. The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline tough one number seven. Number Eight, a one, thousand, nine, hundred, four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie and actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes Barack. This nineteen eighty-four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie that actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes. And number nine the only film within the franchise to Askew Arnold Schwarzenegger though it features a CGI incarnation of his t eight, hundred number nine, the only film without Arnold, but it does have CGI t eight, hundred, number nine. Number ten one can imagine the pitch for this one was toy story with animals and yeah, it made eight hundred and seventy five, million dollars number ten toy story with animals nineteen letters eight, hundred, seventy, five, mil. Andy Bonus for nineteen letter movies number eleven for two points. If you're playing along at home, please recall one, hit wonder deep blue something's classic nineties tune while you find this more classic morning, Meal Movie Classic Morning Meal, Movie Deep Blue Something Classic Nineties, tune those your clues for number eleven.

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Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

"It's been three years since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and they are still rebuilding. Now, as we hear from correspondent Andy Field, the Trump administration announcing new FEMA aid Six weeks before the election of Puerto Ricans cannot cast electoral college vote, the president made it clear that his billions to help restore Puerto Rico's electric grid and pharmaceutical industry could help him politically. By contrast, Biden's Devastated the Allen to Puerto Rico. It's not clear how the president thinks Joe Biden hurt Puerto Rico, but Mr Trump needs citizens helped in a state where they can affect the Electoral College, Florida.

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Trump Administration Announces Nearly $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last week

Trump Administration Announces Nearly $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

"Hurricane Maria caused widespread damage and killed thousands on Puerto Rico, the Trump Administration announced new aid Today. Correspondent Andy Field has miss weeks before the election. The president handing Puerto Rico billions and emergency aid for electricity and pharmaceutical companies, even though they have no say in the electoral college. Having the best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico. The president's pre election help to Puerto Rico could help him with millions of those hurricane refugee U. S citizens who fled from Puerto Rico. Go to Florida, where they can legally help him win another four year term. Two years

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Trump's false claims on mail-in voting do more to harm elections than threat of fraud, experts say

Lance McAlister

00:52 sec | Last week

Trump's false claims on mail-in voting do more to harm elections than threat of fraud, experts say

"Calls mail in voting A scam This is the six o'clock report. I'm Matt reeks breaking now. It's one of the way many thousands of us are going to vote in this year's election in November. President Trump slamming mail in votes tonight, calling it the scam of all time. At the same time, his administration is working to stop those mail ballots in the courts. His claims of mail in ballot fraud has become a daily presidential talking point. This is going to be the scam of all time. The president once again without evidence, saying unsolicited mail in ballots will lead to a rigged election. Shin, and he's betting federal judge will say it's unconstitutional. Hopefully, they'll be able to see this clearly and stop it. The president himself, however, is sending his absentee ballot by mail. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington

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Trump announces billions in aid for Puerto Rico

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | Last week

Trump announces billions in aid for Puerto Rico

"Trump at the White House announcing $13 billion in relief aid is making its way to Puerto Rico Just weeks before the election. The president handing Puerto Rico billions and emergency aid for electricity and pharmaceutical companies, even though they have no say in the electoral college. Having the best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico. The president's pre election help to Puerto Rico could help him with millions of those hurricane refugee U. S citizens who fled from Puerto Rico to Florida where they And legally help him win another four year term. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Now in

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Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:29 sec | Last week

Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

"Also promised relief funds for Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has no say in the electoral college. But President Trump is giving the U. S territory a campaign gift. 13 billion to replace a storm damaged electric grid and mortar help restore its drug manufacturing industry. We've done More for Puerto Rico than anybody, And this is just an example of it. While Puerto Rico can't give the president a second term, a sizable majority of that population living in Florida can Andy Field ABC NEWS Washington Early in

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College Campuses Opened for Business, Now Scores of Students Have Covid-19

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:07 min | Last week

College Campuses Opened for Business, Now Scores of Students Have Covid-19

"This is on point Jane Clayson. We're talking with student newspaper editors about what college life is like in a pandemic and how the choices their schools have made are impacting students. My guest this hour Andy Thomason senior editor at the chronicle for Higher Education Andy. We were talking about the political sort of faultlines at play even in higher ed right now, this sort of red state blue state colleges in. Ryan States by Republicans are more likely to offer in person courses. It appears blue states or more online has that held steady throughout the opening here. It has but it's gotten more complex as states have to wrestle with. You know the consequences of reopening the public health numbers on campus and that sort of thing for instance, one of the first campuses to reopen the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had faced a mandate from the system to reopen but just I think about a week Yep after they had started classes, they were forced to shut down in effectively evacuate campuses. So the public health realities are definitely altering some of. That decision making and many colleges and universities are are not messing around they're cracking down on these large gatherings large parties at northeastern here in Boston they expelled students that gathered in a room together and there was no refund on the thirty six thousand dollars tuition Ohio state issued two, hundred, twenty, eight suspensions to students attended parties a give us some other examples of the disciplinary measures that colleges are taking now. Well, much of that action has actually been predominantly rhetorical sort of warning students saying this semester if it has to end early, it's on you. It's not on us. That's the message from administrators on many campuses there have been lots of suspensions at lots of campuses It actually helps sort of spur something of a backlash among others in the higher education community saying the students didn't make the decision to reopen it was the administrators and are you going To blame students for being students when they didn't really have a hand in these plans, some observers called it hypocritical well, right and and you know I've heard both sides, is it too much to ask college students to give up so much of their college experience and on the other hand you know be responsible put a mask socially distance. I mean there are two sides to this as there are more broadly speaking in the cultural conversation as a whole. That's absolutely true and yes, you can see both sides to it, and of course, in a pandemic, we all have to behave responsibly behaviors good public health citizens, but you have to realize and recognize this occurring in the larger context of institutions that have their own institutional priorities, financial, political, and cultural, and in some cases at least students have. Found themselves in the center of that and and facing some of the consequences.

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Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

First & 10s

12:22 min | Last week

Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

"Question. How did he do? Okay. So here's the thing about Joe Brown. This is why I think you like him so much. Oh, it's a really great quarterback that just plays hockey team. So he's like your deck Prescott your a bitch. I thought you were like the light bulb in my head went off last night when I was watching it. I was like, well, he's a good little quarterback like Dak Prescott. He just plays for no wonder Jasmine likes them so much. By the way, I have you know you Optimus Prime Don the word shity so it cut out on you said shity team. That's all right. I show you going to say that we were going to like look we could be an item now. I'm just disappointed. Oh, I'm sorry. Now he's to you guys wouldn't match very well. He's back to blonde hair doughy eyed, you know, he still has his dreams and happiness. I was just that his way too innocent for you. You know, you just strip him of all of it off. I would fare. I tend to do this with all men though. Let's be real I tend to slowly take away their hopes dreams, you know their desk for Life their happiness any kind of happiness life. It's it's what I do to all the men that are in my life. Okay, so so that's your analysis which fuck off so that's no that's my analysis regards to jobber. Okay, my analysis in regards to the Browns. All right. Here's the thing about the Browns obj less. Always he had headlines Amy. Okay. This team has a boss ass offense page. There is no reason why they shouldn't be scoring touchdowns all the fucking time. I mean think about the players that they have Nick Chubb Fremont who both went off last night Jarvis Landry. I mean you couldn't get you can get that is a fantasy leagues dream right here, right? Yep. There is no reason why this team shouldn't be amazing because you know what their defense is really cool. Good to this team should be really competitive and making the playoffs and they're not understand now Grandma, who knows what's going to happen tell you what happened last night watching this game Baker Mayfield just he changed into a different person. Like when he like a human in a good way in a good way when he came off the field. He didn't go and sit down on the bench. He stood on the sidelines and watched his defense playing and then he I mean he rallied those guys. He was not going down to Joe burrow. I mean, you could totally he's like, there's no fucking way. This guy's going to show me up and there's no way I'm losing to the fucking bangles and you know what he totally carried his team. He really truly did stepped up it was offensive. Now if they can do that every single weekend this team is really like it has all the weapons that it takes to be a fantastic team which made me. Made me Ponder the fact that there's some teams that you just expect to lose and then there's some teams that you expect to win like the team's you expect to when you expect the steel real attacks right now. You expect the Cal you expect to win. You don't expect the Lions or the Bangles or the Browns. I mean the low-hanging fruit, you know, you don't expect those teams to win. So when they have when they have rosters long, the Browns have their own turning into a team that you they should be winning with what they have. So it sounds to me that the Browns are basically like if you're looking at it from a fantasy league point, it's the guy in league who basically cheese his way to get the best team because everybody else is internet either sucked or they were on auto draft or they forgot there was a draft right? That's the guy in the if you're equating it to a fantasy team roster birth. Okay. Number one. I liked it. You know I prematurely said shut up about the Cowboys cuz I thought you were going to say that you expect them to lose and I like that you're saying that you expect them to win because that's what you do you absolutely suck. Oh you that's what we do problem. That's where we are a we are an elite Lord team. Anyway, that's what you're going with I am. Well, I don't know the baker Mayfield is still a shitstain to me so good for him rallying his team. He's still a shitstain. I do love his Progressive commercials their home like the latest one. Yes. They are the latest one where he's like. Oh, it's getting ready to rain. Help me cover the furniture. And two guys like you mean the stance he's really good in those commercials. If you could only be as good a quarter as he is in those commercials. We would be set the dog pound would be set. Well, we are you a dog pound or now. I mean, I you know, I have a soft spot for the Browns just cuz they always lose. And ever since that movie came out draft day with Kevin Costner yet. Oh, I'm out. I'm done with you. done with you Amy. Your brown spot is showing. I know I know you know, I just I'm weird that way I don't understand it. Either it is I don't either try to figure you out every day and I just you know, I do too and since I'm like, oh I get myself today and then sometimes I'm like now he's nope don't understand myself today, but that's okay. That's most of us as well. Amy. So rest assured you're not in Company by yourself. I think it is twenty-twenty it is. Okay. Well that's sad because now Joe burrow Hollow be his name Falls 200 and two. Yeah, it does and but you know what this guy he's he's a good quarterback. He is is there he should be in his helmet I think time to get mr. Guys. Sometimes he tries to carry his offense which isn't great because then he gets pummeled by pencil like he got pummeled last night several times. Well, you sure. Why does LSU brain sure what he's trying to win? And I totally get it. But at the same time he needs careful because you know, oh, he's a starting quarterback in the NFL. Well getting them know and you just see a lot of what he was doing at LSU that worked and I think you know like every rookie has this learning curve right where you come out transition from college to the big leagues and it's like, oh, okay, it's funny cuz I was like really different style of football right? I said to Bruce last night. I'm like, surprised that they just threw this guy in the deep end. I mean they just started. Oh totally, I mean, they didn't granted he dangles. What else do they have? I'm. That's the problem. They don't have anything else but you know like places in my where to get backing up Fitzpatrick that makes sense. It makes sense for him to kind of, you know way into the NFL same thing with Dwayne Haskins, you know, he he was back up for a while until he kind of learned his name. Yeah, now Joe girl, man. They just threw him in the deep and they're like here you go, bro, you go bu. Yeah. Well, you know what gotta he is trying I mean, he's playing his ass off out there. No he is but he is and that's why I'm like super team Joe burrow like we gotta do this man. Like I'm telling you. It's the stogie. We'll do it get this guy that mean that you're a Bengals fan know how fucking no. No, I like. Oh bji in a Browns fan. I like Joe burrow Ina Bengals fan, you know, I will always bleed silver and blue Amy. That's the only color I would leave home. Anyway, let's move on to the Chiefs. Okay, love us and Pat Mahomes you love some Andy Reid do that cheaper mofo back, right? So Andy Reid's big old windshield mask that he had on. When was it last week? I can't remember. Yeah. We're only in week to segregated windshield wipers. Yeah, so people were like what the hell and so like it was fogging up. You couldn't see shit, but this may be a thing. This may be a thing coming to a coach near you because off on the first Sunday of the NFL season when this happened several coaches were seen either one not wearing masks or to not wearing them properly because the mask police were out and the league is not going to stand for that. It's currently vice president of football operations. Troy Vincent issued a memo this week saying protocol requires all individuals with bench area access including coaches and members of the club medical staff to wear face coverings at all times failure to adhere this requirement will result in accountability measures being imposed against offending individuals and or clubs. However, Amy, there is no word on what those accountability measures will be so that to me that phrase is what kind of sticks out to me. What does that mean? do you do find them? Probably I mean you can look dead. Here's the thing. They're coaching on the sidelines of talking into Mike's they have to be able bird they have to be able understood. It's really hard for all of the to happen on your face plus all these guys are around each other all the time. They're all you know, I practiced together around the field. They're hitting each other all in each other's faces, you know, I mean and how many people have tested positive since the start of season one? Yeah. They did a very good 2700 players so very good job with with that right off because like you said, they've been implementing measures. They've been following the rules, you know, they've been testing a lot, you know, we got into this, you know leading into this actual season. Jeez, how many coronavirus updates that we talked about on this podcast about hey, this is what the League's doing. This is what they're making them do kind of thing. So something is clearly working. It's really great to see that that's positive news that you know that they're only seeing that wage. Chat, I think I that they should I really think they should go with a handy read mask to be quite honest can still see the coaches face. The microphone can kind of be up underneath it. So they may be able to understand what the coaches saying and and you're shielded. You know, when somebody comes up to your face, you know, I mean, think that that's fine but having to wear them like when it's just, you know covering your face in your nose again, like it's hard for me to understand people when they're wearing a mask and talking to me. Yes, I mean, so imagine imagine being on the field the quarterback coaches saying the guys in booth coordinators up in the booth are trying to understand what the guys on the field coordinators on the field are trying to say, I mean, it's just it's a it's crazy. So it's a shitshow you gotta be able to walk. You gotta be able to your job. I would take that looking like I've got the windshield of a Camry in front of my face the whole time vs Lee having something on my mouth cuz that's frustrating me. Yeah. Give me the telephone number. Windshield all day long over the you know, suffocating face masks which by the way speaking of Tesla. Did you see that their reports of some them being janky like getting like parts that were like really cheap shity on some of the Tesla's that were falling apart marvelous. I know so yet twenty-twenty doesn't happen. Just wanted to put that in there for you. All right coming up next in offsides, you know fall like we said is upon us. Although you wouldn't know here in Texas. It's still like an anus outside but here's something for your home that will make it fall feel less anus e okay Mom handles some new ones that are coming out and they're actually already out and we'll explain to you with those candles our next. All right, let's get into offsides and we've got some candles to tell you about so Amy, yeah, you know football's back. So if you want to get a little piece so that game day experience at home along with fall. This might work. Okay. I know you love candles. There's a company that's owned by Anheuser-Busch call Babe wine. They just created three football scented candles one smells like an artificial turf field. Okay one smells like a Nachos not bad and one

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NeNe Leakes to Leave ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’

Mojo In The Morning

00:50 sec | Last week

NeNe Leakes to Leave ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’

"Needy leaks is leaving the real housewives of Atlanta's revealed that huge bombshell news on her Youtube Channel yesterday there is a lot of emotion flying from both sides. It has been hard and. I have made. The very hard and difficult decision to not be apart of real housewives of Atlanta. Season Thirteen. It wasn't an easy decision for main. Andy Cohen said he is devastated at this news, but she's Kinda and. Last people I mean there's always drama surrounding people choose to leave by. Yeah, you're not gonNA see her. There has been a shakeup in a lot of the shake-up. Yeah. Yeah.

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"andy i" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:09 min | Last month

"andy i" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Mode where you have to roll with the punches and and you know they're going to be though based on bumps in the road and you gotta work around him through them and everything else. So to get it done. I think we're all excited be back. I feel that way about the players I think if you ask every head coach of. The staff, the staff was great. They were fired up to be back. Players were fired up to be back and. then. Holding these guys back on the on all this ramp up stuff is the tough thing to do but they've. They've managed at were myself in O'Brien where the? Two, Guinea pigs here. So we're again going back earlier. Yeah. CONFEDERATE SCAN Erzik game. So yeah. And so it's You know the but listen it's been great. It's been great to have everybody back. Andy I talked to your quarterback who said. That you've been You've been busy doing some new stuff and that you know. As you do every year you you're not a static coach, but we watch the chiefs this year. Think of some way you can disguise this but if we watch the chiefs this year, how do you think if any way you look different than you did in your super? Bowl year. Won't be about personnel because we have most of the people coming back. So the the scheme would be the part that you we're always tinkering with and. Trying to add new thanks at this may we won't do are the all stuffy that but? You're always trying to grow and we've got a young quarterback. That is growing and in loves the challenge of more. within reason so So we've added we've added some things in the it's exciting we just have to. Wait to show you. In other words, is bill parcells used to say when you're going to have to come to the game for that? That's how often in the course of the off season did somebody come up to you and said? Hey coach two to three jet. Wasp. There.

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"andy i" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

08:12 min | Last month

"andy i" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"This Day, the thirteenth two, thousand, fourteen, not that long ago. The World Health Organization reported that the death toll from Ebola in four west African nations Guinea Sierra Leone idea and Nigeria had cast one thousand. The Ebola outbreak would capture the world's attention as if you remember including here in the United States two and a half years later, the outbreak ended with more than twenty eight thousand cases and more than eleven, thousand deaths but let's talk about the. Stages of the two thousand, fourteen outbreak with as always Nicole Hammer of Columbia. and. Our special guests, this episode someone who has been very helpful and guiding us through this current pandemic former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and host of the excellent podcast in the bubble. Andy Slavic Andy. Thank you for doing this you. Welcome. Hey, Jodie Nicole. So Andy I. Guess I'll start actually with sort of a big question I which is how much does looking back at former. Outbreaks like this provide lessons for today, and how much do we have to realize the every pandemic is different in its own way? Well, this is different and this is harder, but there are a lot of a lot of lessons I think a lot of things that were done well and things that are not done well that you need to focus on the principal two things about that outbreak that we can learn. How handled as one when you're handling a public health crisis, you have to make the single most important thing. You can't make it coequal with. Kids getting back to school and the economy, and all of these other things the same time because if you don't make the public health issue, I, you never quite solve it and so getting to a better economy now and we're not quite getting to save schools because we're trying to balance too many things and when crisis you have to decide what the. Most important thing is just do the best you can with the rest. The other thing I think that we learn is you need to have a really airtight accountable structure for making decisions for understanding situation as they arrived for communicating with people on the ground, and all those things are the same. This is less deadly contagious virus. So there are some differences. ADDS complexities and make some changes. Nikki I mean you you research the Obama Administration. Did they do that first thing there Andy, pointed out and sort of make it the main thing for for a while they're sure I mean they didn't have to make it the main thing in the US although they were quite focused on it here in the US I think that the the thing that they did that was so important was they focused on international cooperation they went to the source of the outbreak and they started just levying of the resources that they had an order to. Those countries contain the outbreak and that made a lot of sense especially because of what Andy just said, which is that it's a less communicable, much more deadly disease and so if you can if you can contain it and it's much easier to contain, then you're saving lives in the US by keeping it from spreading much further from where it was. You need to write because it is incredibly deadly once people contract it. So in the summer and fall of two, thousand fourteen, there were a lot of types of measures that we all are now used to hearing about. There was a regional travel restrictions, never an international travel ban, and that was a little bit of a conversation There was contact tracing. On. The ground often done in coordination with the WHO medical workers who returned from the area were on strict quarantine. No surprise I'm and a lot of this was really coordinated across countries through the WHO so andy, can you just give us a sense of what that kind of coordination looks like on a day to day basis as an outbreak like this. Is starting to bubble up in another part of the world. Yes I mean, I, think that Nikki's exactly right. If you take the stance that this is just another part of the world and it's far from us. Oh, this thing is in China, which is sort of how I think initially felt with SARS covy to you miss the fact that that the. Travel fast and so. We used to have offices around the world from CDC that were located in all of the places where these situations are likely to break out. So we had better we better eyes and ears than we had the ability to act quickly, and then people were just more fluid with the country. So we were working with them more hand in hand as opposed to dropping people in the office in Beijing. Unfortunately, as we all now know was reduced dramatically earlier in the in the administration, and of course, our relationship with China is different than our relationship was back then with the countries of Africa. The defunding of the World Health Organization I mean, those kinds of institutions can serve as is and ears they give us the reporting data. They make sure that the US and other countries have an understanding of what is happening in other places and sometimes that. Has hindered by the host countries. We've talked about this before with the so-called Hong Kong flu that China and the middle of the Cultural Revolution was not able to provide that kind of data and was not part of these international organizations but each of these breaks that we've talked about have really underscored the necessity of international cooperation because these kinds of epidemics. Don't? Respect. Borders. I want to talk a little bit about how these play out and diseases like this play out in the public imagination and the public response, and then not obviously ties into the media reaction. Ebola's is interesting because I mean I think in a way A- tapped into a lot of fears of immigration and particularly you know stereotypes about Africa but it was also weirdly I think sort of a known quantity mean people knew what a Bola was because it had showed up in movies and books and visit sort of was a bit of a known quantity in there had been previous outbreaks. I. Guess You know part of my question is with covert. Andy Do. You think there was anything about this disease being something that was new that lead people to not kind of really get their heads around it both within and without of government question it made it much more complex. You know with a novel virus you want to understand the properties of it in an educate yourself everyone needs to know about it as quickly as possible the CDC. Didn't really do that here people are focused on testing issues, but for example, the awareness that this was spreading a symptomatically was one of the key insights won't made. It was one of the things that makes this much more complex to manage than than almost anything else and we were months into this and there were still parts of the country still hospitals still governors that weren't aware of that and you're racing against the clock because if something grows exponentially. It's I describe it as if you're at Greta dock and you see a speedboat and fifteen feet away and you swim after it by the time, you get fifteen feet it's one hundred feet away and when you're chasing something that's growing exponentially is so important to get those learnings Dan quickly and I, think the time we spent ignoring it or denying it or whatever you WanNa call it a hoax was such valuable time. So let's talk a little bit about how this played out in the United States There were four confirmed cases in the. US The first in late. September. Was a Liberian citizen Thomas Eric Dunkin who is visiting his family in Dallas Dunkin ended up dying of Ebola in October two of the nurses who cared for him also tested positive. Those were the only cases of the disease being transmitted in the United States those nurses recovered, and then there was the case of a doctor who had gone to volunteer in West Africa and had returned to New York City, and he eventually recovered as well and I kinda WanNa talk a little bit about the media environment. Nikki this because when you compare the current pandemic to Ebola as we've been saying, there are some lessons and we can highlight some of the ways that things have changed for the worse in terms of coordination and communication. But I will say that the sort of bullshit media circus element of all this I was definitely there in two thousand fourteen especially around those few cases,.

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"andy i" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on RPM45

"For me to change into absolutely Dini because every record astor that was was like I'm sounding with Rodney gently when you were being produced by other people. then. You know your voice sounded one way. But when you were the producer, you were able to be the more authentic you. Another Persona Abou-. Me Wasn't so much that I'd change consistent. I didn't speed up. I just sang differently, I was on my own. Look if is is there's is, is this terracing come and see me live and then you'll hear it all and for me it's GROWING UP I was coming at it from a different place. Well, I think what's so fantastic and wonderful about the story is that when you are the authentic you, you had a number one song, you had the biggest hit of your career as a performer. Yeah. That detached semi was I. Literally, I will be honest with you. You know after many months of being turned down and starting my own label and then moving, you know it says that be brave. Ninety warriors will come to your aid, well, that president of the. capital promotion came to my aid and really heard the song and its truest form on the radio, but somehow or other to to people, and for me, I, just it was just such a blessing. 'cause reaffirmed something within the. Well, I'll tell you I really. Do appreciate your taking the time with me and I think your inspiration I. Really do I appreciate your work and I've learned about you as a person and it's inspirational. Well know what it means a lot to me. 'cause I know you're talking to a lot of people in the time that you've been doing this and the fact that you stayed on the phone and you didn't say I gotta go. 'cause. I appreciate that. Okay. Well, let's stay in touch I'll get your email and we will do it. Okay. Thank you. Thank you so much. Okay. I know you're GONNA. This is GonNa be a ten minute interview. Time. It's Not that much of an editor, it will definitely be shorter. I can guarantee you that but not ten minutes now. Thank you my friend. Thank you. Thanks again to Andy Kim, and we'll be back again next Wednesday with another addition, of RPM, forty five..

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"andy i" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on RPM45

"Hey. This is marquess off, and this is Rpm forty-five. Are Talk with Andy Kim the singer songwriter who had big hits in the late sixties including the tap ten baby I. Love You then made a huge comeback in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four with this number one, hit rock me gently. But beyond his music I, found his attitude toward life positive and inspiring. See what you think now are talk with Andy Kim. What. Made you want to go into the music business which someone described to me the other day as a shark tank? Can Be Shark tank. You have to be born with a little bit of common sense and understand that Your life is what you're dreaming about. But also there are certain pitfalls. So you you must have signed warriors to help you out. But back to me. grew up in attendance of Montreal. As my salvation was my transistor radio. Was Glued to my, transistor? Radio. and. Not only for the music, but it's with the DJ's taught about how they made the artists bigger than life. So. I needed. To ruin away from home. The aspect of both of my being a musician, there's also taught. I didn't come from a musical family Everyone was surprised that. I, this is what I wanted to do. In. Time everything I heard was that in order to find success. You have to either go to New York. Nashville or LA. And living in Montreal, there was a L- not that much that I could glean from. The music. World. So I was so connected to us. Radio. and Top radio. That's Swear I needed to go. It took me a little while to convince my parents to let me get on a bus and go to New York City. I. Was going for. Like three four days. Luckily, I have relatives in New Jersey. My mind as felt a little safer even though I had to call collect. Off Five six times a day. To. Make sure that was okay. 'CAUSE I. I'm really as. A stranger in a strange world trying to do something that was completely aliens from family history. Yeah. That's tough. And to make it even more interesting. All I knew was. I was lucky enough to be brave enough. To walk walk into the Brill building in the city sixty, nine hundred. And one to meet just very. 'cause a lot of the songs that I loved. And he an La Greenwich. And sometimes feel specter involved. So I really kind of connected to those the sounds of those songs and the Brill building. Just a amazing place to be for someone like you and your interests. Carole King Gerry Goffin. Berryman. Since you lyle, you get Don Kirshner desiring belt course. Yes. That's where his offices were. Lebron installer had their offices in in sixteen nineteen, but it was such a great music community. Amazing, when did you get there what what year was that? But here's that. I really started to to find my way in was in sixty seven and I was given a few moments which the just buried. And I walked in and I had a shirt Allen to parochial school side, a shirt and tie and. Jacket and all. I was dressed like that and I walk in and. You know just. Cowboy. Boots signed saving, looking great looking rock and roll and all of that. You. Know. So anyway, so I played, I played him. That's course. and He loved the first two versus I, didn't have a chorus I went. On. Words here you know. Well, he ended up liking the ball allows without any worries and I thought, Oh, well, he's just kind of made I never heard of that before. And they didn't like dessert enforce fourth verse and In kind of like he was running late. was running. Late. look finish it out and and then come and see me again and. It was like. Two. Fast too surreal. excited. I had no idea what was going on and he said, you know I've thought I'm running late, I gotta go to the studio. And I think that The angels came to me and gave me. A question that really kind of changed. Project Serie of of the search. And I turned him and I said, can I come with you? All I'll only be a couple of minutes. I had never been in a studio before. How Great? and. He looked at me and he said Have you had lunch? And I said. Yes. But I hadn't eaten forever almost. And I said Okay I usually get a sandwich only task. So. ugly. The other half, and here I am walking down seventh and Broadway with. Just Bury Z. Just Berry. And the encouragement that I received from. The few minutes you know went into the studio with him. There wasn't a session on anything but. Ended up going into the studio and and talking to someone, and I just eventually. So snuck out and went back to the Brill. Building. To get all the information I needed like you know what's the address that I can send that attain to? What do I do? Whatever you just all of that Dallas like the first opening of my life. 'cause at that moment I. Really Self. Okay. I I've. I met. Someone. In. That someone happens to be someone who's On every probably every hit record that I've been excited about it and listening whether it was on that Soda Crystals or All, the other stuff you know. How did you get the appointment in the first place? I walked in. Oh. Yeah. Well, you know the. Lau is in, retrospect? When you get older and you talk all? Wow. You take that and I said well, yeah, because it's less. This is something that I felt deep down inside. So I said Hi, My Name's Sandy Cam on I'm I'm from Canada I'm only in for another day and as a possible to have a couple of moments with Barry. The. Unemployment I said. No I. Don't have an appointment but I just. Kind of. Thia I. Think she felt a little sorry for me, and then I sat down and waited for like an hour. and. I, just. The this comfort. You know starting to get.

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"andy i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"andy i" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:27 min | 4 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Fear that my older daughter will is being frustrating unwinding unrewarding minimum wage job because she skipped college. Losing my eyesight and just living fuzzy, hazy world, and not being able to see things clearly. Now that's a good one. I fear that my older daughter will keep drifting and not be happy in the keep blaming other people and bad luck for her circumstances. She got a lot of Most of her fears are about our daughters, yeah. Not Assault that. Yeah that's worrying about your kids. It's what we're supposed to do. As as a parent, yeah, kids bounce back. Kids find their way most often, and sometimes the best gift they can have is making a mistake or hitting a bottom 'cause. Then they get clarity. My next one is. Being in constant pain, some injury that says I am in. Like a back injury I can't move can't breathe and just debilitating the rest of my life. It's a fear. I fear that my people pleasing younger daughter will make bad choices based on what other people pressure to do. With a gain political leaders in a marginalized country where. It's just it's. We've lost our country. That's lost our way. Not to the point of something like a Zombie attack or the road or something like that where there's just that's easier deal with I could deal with no society, but just living the country. Perhaps Greece where there's no economy. There's no future there's no jobs. There's no benefits. The government can't do anything and. it's a it's an honest fear of mine that suddenly work I have for whatever reason I I had that one to Caroline says I fear I will always have incredibly yellow teeth because they can't afford to get veneers and my teeth are way too sensitive for bleaching the few times I've tried. This will be my last year. Is. Looking back at my life as a father and seeing that I am the character in the Harry Chapin Song Cats in the cradle. Just you know being being apparent. Who didn't have enough time for their kids? And looking back and going well I should have given more time that maybe it wasn't enough. Well, you know my. My thought on that. Is, if you even think that fear. Then, you're better than most ads that there's an awareness there I still have the fear that. Caroline's finish with one of her fears I. Fear I will screw up. My Diet again I. Fear I will succeed my diet and not be able to afford to get a tummy tuck and Boob job to lift up all the sagging body parts and excessive skin that are left. and. Let's move onto the love. My I love. Very sensory as Haven't worked graveyard love to see us. Sunrise I love the The sky changing colors in the clouds and it just it's overwhelming. It's too much to take in. We're just clouds and. Colors and mountains and his so quiet, too. That's the other thing I love about it Let's see. Where's her first one? I Love Room that has a logical and beautiful arrangement of furniture and other items in it. I love running on a trail through a forest. Just me in that trail and. Seem I feel like in the middle of nowhere. I love being able to find things in my giant purse quickly. I love begun on the trail, and just coming across a wild animal, a Fox Coyote A. Deer that just hyme in its. Place Yeah just out of I'm out of my place, I'm in its place and it is just. This is where it lives. Yeah. I love my GPS. In that I almost never got almost never get lost anymore. I love working with a team like at work and having an all workout. Everything just goes in your favor at the end of it. Ugo. That was perfect. That worked out. flawlessly. That is one of the greatest feelings it it. I think something genetically. A switch gets flipped US when we when we're in those moments. I think that is just something that we are made. To want to experience and I don't know about you, but when I'm in that team experience, I'm not thinking about the past I'm not thinking about the future of -pletely present and I feel like I meant to be exactly where I am at that moment. I think it's part of what makes humans human. It's working at collectively. And toward a goal, and being proud and happy of it, not just for selfish reason, yeah, and being part of something bigger than yourself. Caroline says I love kissing the smooth, hot sweet-smelling fuzz of a baby's head that have gone to ways. The, way that started. Hello Making my wife Laugh I love that just saying something and watching a smile across her face and laugh I could say women in general, but I'll stick with my wife. Reach nothing like a woman laughing at something. You've done well something. You've fluffing attended to do. With you. Also kind of cool to having a a wife. Laugh at you sometimes. If you can, if you can laugh at yourself there's something about that, too I love catching the eye of a baby or toddler and a stroller or shopping cart and making smile. That's that is. It's what they're designed to. Their designed to be adorable, and have you love them and just? They are side to see you and you just go. Oh, they noticed me of all the people. They have their parents, but they love me. I love the smell of garlic cooking, just the smell of garlic. Something in be better than than meet just garlic. The first twenty seconds of Carlo garlic saw Tang is so good. Caroline says I love kissing the area just outside my husband's mustache and goatee just beside his lips. I can feel smooth skin, but also the rough beard and the edge of his lips. It's masculine and sexy. Elefsina colorful wild bird. A Blue Jay something was just coloring. Wow, that's shocking wasn't expecting that just. A flash of color. As it just disappears. I love seeing. My husband's slow grand when I know, he's reading a dirty text from me. Out of loves I realize. Well Andy Thank you so much for Being so open and honest and giving us a glimpse into The all of California police officer. They enjoyed it. It's. It's therapeutic to get. To be able to speak, so thank you got a Lotta listening to you. Thanks. when I decided that I was GonNa repair that episode with with Andy I sent him an email just to ask his thoughts on. Everything. That's going on right now and to see how he was doing, and he has since retired. And he occasionally gets hired for things here and there and he one of the things he shared his, he says..

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"andy i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Hi Andy. Your face. We're talking about how big his Mellon as he's got a huge head and He's insecure about his massive. I'm insecure about everything but one of my. Top, five greatest hits of my insecurities as massive head and my. Disappearing hair bad combination. So. First of all people who are on TV for a living had very big faces. So you're SPO- stabbing had because you're on TV. Second of all what's happening with your hair? Are you still working with the hair system or what's going on? It wasn't it was not? It wasn't so much a system as much as I say. It was a gash in Gash implant. It was it was a pull the bulb out, and as Oliver just said before you hopped on, it was. We brought troops from the back ranks just out of Fort, Bragg up into the front of frontline frontlines of the battle, and like how open you've been about that by the way I don't understand why people wouldn't beat and we've had a couple of people on here on this podcast with only done. You know probably less than ten, but one of them WHO's on TV? A lot admitted that he had. Hair transplant surgery. That was Joel Mikhail Right which I spotted a mile away and yet, but did you. His hair looks really good. He's got better. He's got a better head for it and better hair. He's got Kinda that black wiry hair I've got baby's hair I've got thin shitty hair on top of disappearing hair. It's it's just it's the. Cocktail death for my. Self confidence. Where are you in the Hamptons there. I am in the Hamptons I'm trying to find some good light. Pretty. Holy Shit it's beautiful. So Andy I. It's weird because I. don't really know Andy Well I've been on his show. But he and I are almost the exact same age were from. A couple miles away from each other I know members of his family..

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"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Episodes hearing how couples met. Perseverance applies to that story as well. Could you guys tell a story? I told you I told I feel like you. Set Me Up to feel good about my potential stocking way. You may or may not have gone about your courtship of But yeah I mean basically. I watched this. There was a show that she was on on the SL DOT com and it was a show about football about basic gambling or making our weekly weekly picks issue. It was against a awesome a former journalist named Like one of the old school guys notebooks full of amazing statistics records in kind of like how we envision like how we romanticize old journalism. This was him and he unfortunately passed last year. But I would watch on the show and I'm like wow this beautiful girl. Southern accent talking about football picks every week and so basically I just like full court press trying to figure out I I wrote her and then she didn't write you back for six six months. He's right like in her attorney called by agents. That was I wrote her. Nothing here this Hollywood stories like people. They're real growth. I'm sure you guys have sounded. Yeah he was he did. His attorney called my agent several times and we just didn't respond because I didn't call him back for five months and then and then at five months later I was living in new and I had moved from North Carolina and I didn't have a lot of friends in New York and I was really missing home and so Might Agent. Who's my manager? Said what they call the sky back like worst case scenario bad first date myself. Okay okay I will. I will and he took by phone and dialed Andy's phone number. And my all push status on my palm pilot at the time this then. I called him back. And then we voicemail which he doesn't anymore you would avoid electrical message and the message was like 'cause I was underage. The message was like Henny Sordo few. You've been calling me for five minutes Remember but I love to get a drink for Newark. Underage meaning drinking.

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"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Let's go jump into this one with Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker. Right Andy Brooklyn. Thank you so much for joining us today. It's a pleasure to have you on. I kind of want to start just by and UN. Sean have something in common. You probably don't know what it is but it's the fact that when I got each of your phone numbers. I didn't stop texting you until I got what I want. So out of. You is fortunately for you. You harass him. Would you say what I was doing you Herat other? I always appreciate your so. We kind of agreed in theory to do it in the next going down a time. You know I'm sure our daughter took a dump or something and then I forgot about in Houston and he would send like a like a mean which was like a guy way to cut. The time was done with a lot of humor. Which angry about it as. Oh Yeah Brooklyn and Andy are going to be on the PODCAST. I'm like oh I didn't know they wanted to do it. That's not wrong apologize. A Lot's lot's happened since we first met. I guess the first couple of days in March when we bumped into you in Boston. Yeah are locked up. Just starting to bump elbows back then. Y- quarantine wasn't an effect. I thought it was. I thought it was dumb and annoying when people are doing that in Boston but they were right. I was wrong your elbow. I don't touch anyone's I was that way. I was getting so mad at him. Like stop touching stuff. Wash your hands. I saw Your Post Brooklyn About Your Dad. Works in healthcare. Is that right? Yes yeah my mom used to as well. She was a critical care nurse and she's now retired but my dad still healthcare employees. And so yeah. He's in another hospitals. Every day the social socially distance dinner was really cute. The table setting in the whole thing is great but they were missing the kids. They've been away and my brother has a two week. Old Baby there amazing. My sister-in-law gave birth in a poll in all of this and of course she's a whole. It's not can't imagine. Birthing Center pulled not like this in the backyard pool so relaxed like it's stressful enough to go down in the middle of this is even. Can you imagine all stress without being genome deal? Parents haven't been able to meet the baby and they're really missing the kids so yeah since dinner at our house on the agent or in the front yard before it's really nice says it'll probably speak. Yeah I feel like if there is a outside park to all of this. It's that people are going to such great lengths to have community and family and still interact with one another. I mean we've been playing game night over zoom every other night with a bunch of friends from all over the country and it's just been cool. It's been cold to see like the efforts. People are going to and all the videos from like Italy of people singing to like on their balconies. Just makes me cry. I guess yeah sure. Which is we need to hold onto that to the yes. We don't we'll drown in the dark. That's coming out of it as well. So Yeah I'm glad you guys are indulging in that it's good yes. So we were joking about perseverance At the beginning but we always love to start off. The episodes hearing how couples met. Perseverance applies to that story as well. Could you guys tell a story? I.

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"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Really hard to put your spouse ahead of this like body that cannot have you read kept us. I think are going to be the worst one so I feel like you set me up to feel good about my potential stalking. What's up everybody? Welcome back to pepple thing with Sean and Andrew Podcast all about couples and the things they go through. Are you excited about today? I am so excited. Massive massive growth crash with Sean and I worked for about six weeks to get this couple on the show. We are harassed. The husband that's right. We met them in Boston Back in February and we were really impressed by them. Really vibe with five with vibe with them well and I'm super thankful that took the time to join us. But we're talking about Andy Roddick in Brooklyn Decker. Yes Brooklyn Decker American model. I mean she's titled American model but it should be international model. Everyone knows who she is. Plus actor you say actor or actress. I just say actor. That's fair yeah. Anyways she's been an actor on so many movies. My favorite being what to expect when expecting I watched this movie when I was pregnant. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard in my life. I could not breathe racine. Ufo hard she also built and sold her own fashion company. Yes which was amazing. It was called finery and she's also a huge part To Andy her foundation called the Andy Roddick Foundation and Andy. Roddick of course is a legendary tennis player. He reached number one in the world In two thousand and three and retired when he was just at the age of thirty Kind of abruptly which I really respect is a really cool story about how that all went down there are. Some Dad did too which is amazing. We talk about that. Talk about kids naming kids. We talk about the hardships of relationships especially for them because they had thriving career that took them on opposite ends of the world and how to make the relationship work They share some really good wisdom as well as some really good humor. So we're excited for this one but before we jump into if you guys having yet please give the show a rating and subscribe to it on whatever platform listening. And.

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"andy i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

14:29 min | 6 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Way like maybe you should check out. It won't bite your child. I don't know if that the seventies thing behind a dog in the classified so seems strange to me now as a kid or you or performer. Or I mean amount. Start to come out. Are you a performer at home? Are you like good the funny one? Yeah I used to put on tap dance shows. I'm a hearth. Gene Kelly Fan. Nice and yeah I try and tap shoes or just didn't have real time and then at school I was. I like to be funny and I also really liked to make the teachers laugh. Like to me was my favorite thing and so in first grade. this teacher recommended that. I take drama class. Because I was I was a ham and I didn't take that drama class because I imagine myself in wearing tights and singing somehow and I didn't I didn't Wanna do either of those things whereas now try and get you out and stop when I think it's because we went to see Peter Pan on Broadway. Sandy Duncan was up there in these tights and singing and stuff and I was just like what it is I want to do. They're not not a real man like man like me but that production of Peter Pan was very memorable to me because Captain Hook at some point in the show. He's out in front of the curtain with me probably while there's changing over from the nursery. The Netherlands upper and he's giving a speech kind of directly to the audience or whatever and he says. I'm going to get that Peter Pan and a little boy in the audience yelled and he or and he goes. Oh yes I will and the place went bananas for this one. Little minor unscripted moment and it was so exciting. I remember to this day of just like he was so in character. He seemed like he was expecting it. It didn't throwing for one second mazing moment and I later my mom keeps all the playbills and I saw recently. That was James Hewitt. Who would go on to replace her villages on? Fantasy Island and then play Mr Belvedere band. At the time that he played Captain Hook he was royal. Shakespeare company headed amazing resonate. Anyway that yeah I that stuck in my mind that was your first notion that you wanted to be an improvised. Yeah I think so actually. Yeah John John John. John Waters says that a Captain Hook was his first gay role model. Captain Okay. That's pretty very very funny. James Domian bit about gay villain. Yes yes or remember when you and I took our daughters to Disneyland and it was Gay Day yes and the only characters we saw were all brought out all the villains Captain Hook and Ursula and the lifts and malicious and the one from Kerala Deville right right right I will say this has got to be the liaison. I know what they're doing. They know what they're doing. They know they know their audience. And A and I actually. I said something about it online because we were tweeting about it. We were live tweeting. We were live. Tweeting are accidents gay day which another thing I loved is about three times. Moms came up to you about your daughter to say. Does she have sunscreen stupid. Gay Dad don't know your fair daughter. Roast in the Sun censoring well aware. She is slathered but I said something about the villains and there were people that were just didn't know they do like why wouldn't they? Yeah you know anyhow so we in plays in school. Did you start performing like that? I mean are you. Yeah there was some play in third grade and then I was a fire truck in the velveteen rabbit. In fifth grade improvised a little bit in my my one line got to laugh and then I said something like that. I made a comment out of character. About how funny. I thought the line was today. That's a good one. Yeah right and then Yeah and then it was a in in junior high was in the play every year and took drama classes. Junior high always always doing that. Yeah however a highschool had did five plays a year which is Jesus cry out. There was a guy from another town. Who would this guy named Brian Gnashing? Who was like I mean? Six five and obese and just this booming voice and he taught music at some other school and he would come to our school after school every day and and put up five good productions. Wow and my sophomore year was my first year at high school for stupid reasons. But they look high school. Yeah publicized yeah and I was in four of the five shows and I was the lead in one but my grades were so bad that my parents forbade me from doing theater after that. They told me I couldn't do it anymore. And so that's when I started to Do we also had a television production class at my high school. The local cable access was located in the high school and so there was like there was a switcher and cameras and a makeshift studio. And that's when I started doing that after school hours which you know because I was making my own schedule now. It wasn't like I have to be a rehearsal. And there's a play that you're gonNA find out about it was I. It was like acting and writing on the sly. Yeah Yeah and you were doing schoolwork. You're working after school on school assured I mean to your IRA. It's a study group group and we work very hard really getting those grades up there. I don't know if it'll be reflected in the report card but we're really working hard so junior senior year there are no place at all just just the TV production stuff. Yeah and was it was? It was more sort of like in this morning's lunch lady. News was there was there was some of that. I did a game show. That was a total rip off of remote control. Remember like a comedy game show and then Andy Blitz and I went to high school together and we both know I did not know a comedy writer who is a Conan writer and has gone on to do lots of different things and worked on review review on your show. Yeah yeah he and I were buddies in high school. We marry funny very funny. Oh my God yeah. We met in tenth grade and then and so he and I collaborated on sketch comedy in and made sketch shows. Yeah yeah on video. That's funny. It was Andy and Andy because the first time I knew and you were working with Andy Sekondi right I I know. Andy's that's making podcasts. Magic the to Andy's again only interested in people who don't have anything combat weird other names gun for Sandberg. He'll he will accept me. Yes so so then so you and Andy are doing that and do you kind of keep doing that through high school and then out of high school. Yeah so I. I had no interest in going to college at all. No but But then I read a biography. Where are you going to do? I didn't know I didn't know I just knew that like I didn't want to be sitting in a classroom anymore because I was. I was not good at that. You know I didn't know what I was GONNA do. My parents were adamant that I go to college or but I did not. I didn't have any plans or thoughts until I read this biography of David Letterman. That said he went to college for Television and radio for communications which I didn't know it was a thing and so I told my parents I could see myself doing that. And they were thrilled and so I ended up going. Ethica college because it has a television radio program which I did not get into because my grades weren't good enough But I was in proximity to that world of ten so I did. There was a sketch comedy show at college and I did that. And that's where I met Andy and John Bowie. Oh Wow yeah. He was also on that show. Yeah and so you never actually did. What was your major then. My major started off his English and my plan was to transfer into the School of human grades. Yes but my first semester grades. I'll never forget my first semester. Gpa was one point four eight. Oh my and So that ended that I was never going to be able to transfer into school communications. Gosh I had taken an acting elective and and I really enjoyed it and so I was just like well. I guess all auditioned for the theater department and I did. I got in there and they don't care about Ukraine. They didn't care the grades at All. Yeah so I graduated. I was a I was. I was in the BFA program for a little while. And then it but I ended up graduating with a b. A in drama Nice. Now what's the difference? Bfa in the Ba- well the east. It was it was sort of created as acting studio kind of you. It was just basically you were moving into the building. You were there all the time you were taking scene study classes and you were helping out on the crew and you were just fully immersed in. Yeah and that didn't work for me because I had been there a year already making friends in other departments who were and I wanted to be over at the you know the school communications making sketch show and being a student film Ryan and that's funny. People were funny. People were making movies to Joe. Can BOOSTER ITHACA IT? Could you know because he has a similar story? Then I think in college there was sort of the higher echelon and I think it was a it was just it was causing me deja Vu. Thank you had a very similar thing where he was like. Yeah I'd like to be in there. It seems more prestigious but it doesn't seem as much fun. Yeah Yeah Yeah I think. That's I think a lot of comedy people who go to college like all those people and went to Emerson College and all that stuff like they studied television radio and film like the funny. That's that's where the funny people are there. That's why I wanted to be. Yeah I think that yeah. I went to film school and I've probably it's probably very much case because I also thought about being in the drama but it's like I took a cup. I took a couple of acting classes. Maybe only one maybe couple of trying to pat my resume. Maybe it was just one and I. It just seems so silly and boring and not the kind of stuff. I was interested in and then when I got film school I realized and still feel this way like I. Don't you know being on stage? It's okay what I really want to do is act in television and motion pictures and that's the kind of acting that that's the technique. I'm interested in learning how to not on Broadway M- Yeah No. I have no doing long day's journey tonight or anything. No I'd rather like I don't either be on season. Two of the outsider. The Theater Department at College is very focused on New York theater. As like what? We're training sure. You know understandably I I was always just like mom. What were you folks? What was their attitude is. 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"andy i" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

09:24 min | 10 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Who would be? My family. Wouldn't have food anybody going. What is up guys euless? NFC Oh project. I'm Andy I'm your host and I am the mother fucking CEO. I know you're probably surprised that we dropped. This episode Tuesday will be the final episode of the NFC. Oh project but before we get to that. I wanted to take a minute and talk to you guys. I wanted to tell you first off. Thank you so much for all your support. Lord over the years We've invested a lot of time a lot of money a lot of effort and quite honestly a lot of stress and anxiety to really create something that younger people in the entrepreneurship journey can learn from an excel from and these lessons. That you've learned either passed to me at some point at some point in time or I learn them along the way through my experiences. They are one hundred percent real they are one hundred percent the way the world works. And there's lots of different perspectives and guesses and thoughts about how things actually work. And what I've shared with you over the past. Three hundred plus episodes is is truth. We can go out and we can think and we can examine and we could speculate and we can hope and we can wish but what we are trying to find is the truth and what I've given you is and what I've laid out over. The last number of years is the truth. I can promise you that if you listen to the episodes if you listen to them multiple times you will find skills that will make your life different. It's all there we started started the NFC project out of an obligation. I felt I needed to fulfil in regards to the the information that was being put out. I feel like there's not a lot of quality information out there. I feel like there's a lot of people out there that are highly highly confused about what they should be doing everywhere we look. We have people telling US different things. We have influencers telling US different things we have people pretending to be successful telling US things I understand. And that's why I've done this. The body of work here is complete. There is nothing that you can think of. That is outside of what we've laid down in here so far at this point in time that is relevant to success that isn't covered in those three hundred episodes. And while you may go back and you listen to episode one two three four five and you're like wow. This really sucks look. I didn't know what the Fuck I was doing. So cut me a break. All right The information information that's in the delivery is still accurate. It's still the way it is and you guys. What the way I want you guys to use used this platform and this program is I still want you to come back to it over and over and over again as you need it I still want you to share it with people as they need it? Because it's meant to be a project was not ever meant to go on forever. It was not ever meant to be a ten year project check. This is just a phase and I feel it's complete so don't think that I'm abandoning you or leaving you or I'm quitting or stopping stopping or I'm now I'm shifting gears. Okay there's bigger problems in the world. There's bigger things that need to be addressed and there's things that I can do to help that I haven't been able to do underneath the obligations of this project. So what I'd like to say to you guys first office. Thank you so much for supporting me. And secondly what I would like to say to you is look we live in a world. That is very very very confused. Okay I I have seen so many things that completely take me. That are completely wrong. And I've started to mention them if you follow me on. Instagram talked about recently the outrage over the Peleton commercial or snowballs. Getting band or this or that or this and I want to address this to you guys and I want you to think about it all the things they you see that are wrong with society right right now that you tell your friends about that you tell your husband's or your wife about you that you complain about over Beers or dinner you are allowing those things. You're not accepting those things you're allowing those things. Okay you are allowing a small minority of the population in to literally call the play for how all of us will live. Because you're being silent. I've made some controversial posts about the way that I feel about certain things in my story recently in a my. DM's are overloaded with thousands of people that are sick and tired hired of the mob mentality of the ridiculous shit of people quote unquote being offended. Listen most so. The people being offended aren't even really offended. They're just playing offended so that they can fit in with a certain group or a certain crowd. And I hope my wish wish for you is that you are strong enough not to be one of those people when you see someone that you support putting out great content whether it's me whether it's anybody else you should support them because some people are willing to stand up and take the fucking heat for oh good of everybody. I'm one of those people so when you guys can plane and you DM and you say. I believe in that. Don't don't do those things instead. Share the message instead. Take a stand and stead stand up and say look. This isn't isn't right. It's our silence that's taking away our freedom. It's our silence that's making us feel like we're in caged aged inside fear. Our culture is afraid to speak now because of this nonsense and I'm not talking about politics. Either discounts from both sides of liberal and conservative Republican and Democrat this mob mentality fucking in group bullying shit of Corporate America and individuals because they said the wrong thing one time or did the wrong thing one time has got to stop and and you guys got to stop it now. I am going to move on to other things and those other things are going to be big. And I hope that you'll join me on those journeys and if you didn't if you don't I understand completely but what I will ask ahead of time time. Is that when I stand up and when I speak up for all of us that you support that message if you don't I think it's right that's okay but there's certain people out there that are willing to do things and I hope that you become one of them because I I am tired. I am aggravated. I am frustrated. I M angry I am mad at literally. Everything of our society right now and it is a huge problem that needs to be fixed. So when you see me go out and do what I'm I'm going to do next. I would appreciate if you would support it. I would appreciate if you share it and I would appreciate if you stand behind me. So that when I take this heat and I take these verbal bullets in these attacks for standing up. What I think is right which is going to happen when I would ask that you speak up? I love you guys. I appreciate you guys. I'm looking forward to this next chapter chapter and I want to say thank you from all of us from tyler from Vaughan from everybody who's had a major impact in producing adducing this project over the course of the last four to five years. We all appreciate you guys. We thank you guys. And we're looking forward to moving onto much more impactful much bigger things and honestly a lot more fun things so guys thank you from the bottom of my heart. I can't can't wait for you to hear this last episode. And she on the other side..

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"andy i" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"andy i" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

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"andy i" Discussed on Rework

Rework

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"andy i" Discussed on Rework

"Run your business I'm waylon long and I'm Shawn Hyllner less on today's episode our new CO worker Andy sits down with Waylon to talk about the company he founded the Detroit Bus Company and what led him to apply for the marketing job here at Basecamp My name is Andy Grossi was born and raised in Detroit Michigan and I still live there and I'm the head of marketing for base camp now which is a funny thing to say congratulations it's day three is the first time you've said it out loud in that kind of formal way yes I did it feel it felt official yeah it's such an official title I think he'd go on like a badge caress badge was nice to be here okay well it's nice to have you here and thanks for coming on we're just it's like day three of your tenure at base camp have you in the studio with the headphones on the hot seat I kind of expected that though yeah I figured this would happen so I wanted to just hear your story and what you were up to right before you took this job kind of what motivated the big switch yeah for sure like I said I was born and raised a trait in public transit is really bad there and this was twenty eleven that there's a lot of newspaper articles and stuff about how public transit was just not going to move forward like the city and the suburbs weren't a green and it's really ashamed about this the worst city that's big enough it should have it we have enough people that need it we have a ton of folks who just can't afford a car and so people just can't get two jobs that exist that's that sort of problem where government can solve it and they just kinda refused to make that connection like six hundred and forty thousand people in in Detroit proper then you know the Berbers were all the fair enough jobs are lay manufacturing and retail and service industry is a lot of this inequity and public transit fell what's along racial lines for sure I mean the city Detroit I think the last time I checked is eighty four percent black I think it's the black of city in America by the numbers and of course our transit systems don't work together well so there's one transit system for the city called D. Dot and then there's one trend that system for the suburbs called smart and until recently they didn't work together at all you basically bought a fair for one took the bus to the edge of the city got off the bus waited an hour or more for the next bus then he bought the next pass for the next bus you know and you you continued onward to the suburbs it was like some kind of Dystopia in movie where these two very similar organizations we like the same buses taking the same people like didn't work together and it was purely because of politics yeah did did the DOT system even extend into the neighborhoods needed to go no no the D. Dot system is horribly underfunded you know even till today we're talking about twenty eleven when a lot of this came to be to bear even today the Fed has a bunch of transit dollars available for us but we don't have a funded regional transit authority in which to disperse those and so it makes us Eligible we've turned away so many dollars that were supposed to have and it's all just because of political inefficiency so you saw a route and you're like I need a bus that goes between the city and the suburbs reliably. Yeah and you said I'm going to buy a bus by a bus are identified that I wanted run a bus and it was like a a late night sort of like just pissed off thing it wasn't there wasn't a plan there was an instructor the buses were for sale in like a church weekly like the sorta like mailer and it was the local school system selling a bunch of buses that they didn't need any more the listing said like here's these buses for sale it's like three four of them male in your highest offer and I had been selling industrial and restaurant equipment up into this point I just knew that wasn't going to work for them I'm like there's no way the people are like mailing in their offer you know they're going to be sitting on these buses and I reached out and I said you know initially I said hey like I'll help you sell these buses what I do you don't you don't have to pay me anything upfront to sell them for you and we can work out something like a consignment thing Yeah yeah so I drove over there with some friends and we bovine four school buses back to my building I had a small warehouse what's it like to drive a school bus is shockingly easy the Nice thing is that you have this giant mirror above you the and see everything behind you and it's all windows and so you don't even really need to turn your head to see what's going on behind you the axles in the middle so the tail like kind of you know I say eggs like it when you turn the bus the back of the bus comes way out which could be dangerous but it's it's really easy to pilot eighteen thousand pounds shockingly so see you got the the best says you have brought him over to the I brought the buses over to the building and started to list them in this is when I got into this transit conversation I think I was out to center some friends and we were talking about it and we talked about the reason headline that this transit project was supposed to happen was killed and I was like kind of in my brain thinking about like read some buses back at the place so I came up with this plan for this route and it was really just like all inside my head because I just felt that like there had to be a better way maybe if I like made this you know this little demonstration happened like it could bring some attention to the issue and I had no plan for where it was going to go from there in so I called school system back and I said hey what I'll do is I'll do the I'll sell the three buses for you zero consignment 'cause the consignment would be about this much money and that it's worth about one of these buses it's funny that you can go so quickly from like an idea to like having something out in the world that it even surprises you before long I had like had a bus company you know and and I don't WanNa like compress all of the complexity of getting it going there was a Lotta Sundries in the way you have to have insurance you have to have an estate authority you know you have to like the state has to permit you to operate buses still this I did you drive it so I went and got my career missile driver's license and I drove it a bunch but I was smart to get school bus drivers really early on and I actually offered jobs to people from the Ferndale public school rules drive like nights and weekends you know and what were the hours of the route well the first one Iran Iran a lot our so it was like it was like noon until like midnight or two am like Friday through Sunday and you could pay five bucks and ride as much as you wanted and of course people loved it like it was super popular especially in Saturday's We had packed buses going between these cities and this was through parts of Detroit and then nearby suburbs you know kinda like these pockets where people were so we actually used bars as our bus stops because they really work worked well they had bathrooms a lot of them had like cheap food and so you could use them as like a neighborhood nexus you know it's kind of like what bars function as socially so why not have them functions that from transit perspective we like quickly ought to like thirty or forty thousand followers on facebook and it was before like the death of organic reach basically anything we put out you know here's route tonight it would get like three or four hundred likes compared to today when you try to build anything on facebook like if you're not doing paid you don't get anywhere do people pay cash people for the route paid mostly in cash we had square square was pretty early then too and so I put a little A little table in the bus took out a seat and put like an ipad on a I made a little table out of a pallet and people could walk up like pay with the square reader we just used all of these cool Internet things like we had GPS tracking really early so you could see where your bus was on a map and that seems so obvious now but back then like we had to take an old cell phone and like have it report up to a server and then have that like reproduce itself on a map as dot and it was like really hard to do you know it wasn't it wasn't that easy so we'd we'd like email that linked to all the people that signed up to ride that night you know people can buy tickets online we just bright so you'd pay your five dollars online rate although the population that you're trying to serve is going to be very cash based right if you're talking about people getting out to jobs and stuff yes so there's this like Kinda like simmering misconception that like the more low income someone is like the less likely they are to have technology or be banked and that's a trend but it's not absolute so we would have plenty of people pay with cash like we had like a little metal cashbox on each bus and you know he'd like stuff the cash there and like Tuck into a little pocket on the bus but you actually touched on something where our population who needed us most like they would have credit cards or cash we would accept the cash but when we got into is that like plenty of people would be like I can't even afford the five dollars like the five dollars is like too much for me to pay for this you know the public buses like a dollar fifty each way and even though it takes two hours longer like I'm GonNa take the public botts because like you know a couple of bucks a day adds up over a month it's kind of a mind blowing thing you know if your income level where like you pretty regularly go to starbucks you don't think about the couple dollars just like a tiny little vampire bat on your bank account you start only think about it whereas when you're budgeting dollar to dollar is pretty big big we heard this over and over and over again that lake we were self selecting what's called riders of choice like people who can pay for a slightly better service us and they leave the public service and it hurts local transit agencies we WANNA serve people who could never afford even dollar for ride you know and that's kids that that's your job seekers that's elderly people like these are folks who are most vulnerable and you can't have any money be part of the concept or they're just like I'm out like sorry I can't do any of it and I didn't want to build a business around trying to extract money from people who like that's the most precious resource they have so other select a high margin thing like a.

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"andy i" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"andy i" Discussed on How I Built This

"Fifteen sixteen hour days and we would client service so you behest of clients you had to work crazy hours but at the same time there was just a lot of drinking and partying when with the culture and and it was a way to kind of really let off staying on worked really hard and played really really hard. It was very hard living. I would say for for in those early years when I when I was working for sure Did you like that life well. I loved its bureaucracy you. I absolutely loved it when I I felt like I'd found my career cooling and I loved the could be around creative people and come up with creative kind of products over time now. I think when I gave up drinking drinking when I decided I was not going to kind of live as hard just didn't want to do that anymore. And I kind of fell the kind I have the shallow nature of selling people things might have been one and I just wasn't getting. I just wasn't getting joy from that experience and I didn't know what I wanted to do and I was getting acupuncture at the time because it was just getting more anxious as kind of really feel like I understood my place in the world and in that the person was giving me the acupuncture said always telling you about my job now and happy I was to go. I'll actually go course starring next month of you ever thought about being contrast. I think he'd be brilliant. ACUPUNCTURIST and I'd said now I've considered and but I yeah I went in the next week and on I quit and decided I was going to become an actress yeah. That's how that happened. So did you start taking classes yeah yeah. I just felt like I wanted to do something that had some impact on so I started the course three days a week and a normal academic mcdonagh calendar and I was freelancing for the rest of the time to make money freelance advertising freelance Khanna just marketing advice. I quit when I quit my job. Lots of people reached out and so I kind of managed to couple together quite a few independent independent jobs that was enough to kind of Pie. You know pay my mortgage flatmate and managed to survive that way and of course so you're doing that and how did you you come across Andy. I mean at that time. He's teaching meditation in the City in London. did you hear about him from someone else yes the one of the Breton who had a business cool star lanes and he had asked me to help him out with some marketing so it's helping him yeah we've become good friends open about you know how anxious feeling and just how that was getting progressively worse and he'd been getting one on one lessons from. Andy and he suggested I should go on me and Eli Andy had this clinic and he wanted some help with so it was the skill swap Andy and he you had the clinic and so he said why don't you know I'll put you through the clinic experience and I think I can help you. Maybe you can help me with some ideas for connect Kennedy. What did you think that rich could help you with. Did you think she might be able to help me figure out a way to get this out to more people yeah I think exactly that you know I I could see that it was working for people and people who previously wouldn't have looked meditation. We're getting benefit from it that time I was starting to put together. I was thinking do I start trying to train other people to teach meditation to try and take this into work places. I didn't really I'd no idea I I plus zero business experience but also no idea how to to branded or anything you know kind of and I just thought the rich could could help help sort of help me yeah take this idea outside of the clinic and beyond that's right so there was a starbucks that was over the road and so we would before the session. Shen we would go over the road and he anne tell me what his ideas I'd give him lots of ideas and then we go to the clinic and he would teach me meditations. I really Kinda honest. I it was a very much an exchange of skills with no real sense of where it would where would go but Andy I mean. What did you say to rich like. Did you say hey you know I want to start an education company. When I'll make like pamphlets like was it was not that specific. I think it was more about I really want to demystify for meditation. I WANNA get meditation. WanNa get more people meditating. I don't know how to do it kind of outside of the clinic which point I said. How do you feel about the name because he's he's a he's really want to diversify meditation talks about the name it was it was called a Sunia which Andy can is that that was the name of Your Clinic Assunia Sonya so Sonia Sonia Atta an Asanga old Sanskrit words but assuming Sonja means kind of bringing the making something real out with emptiness and so the sentiment of it was kind of right in the sense kind of I wanted to bring something into the world kind of you know people hasn't necessarily experienced but I mean an old Sanskrit name probably not the right way to demystify something. See you guys start this process of just kind of brainstorming in the meantime Richard going through the course right like a meditation course yeah and he's teaching me as he would his clients in the clinic. There was a ten week course and it was just a really good kind of training experience. The move is the style. Everybody eighty was just the simple exchange was like a almost like a barter. It's it's great work you gave and gave rich free meditation sessions and enrich. You gave Andy Free Consulting Yeah. That was very much of that deal like who's going to lose because rich yeah. I think I'll go ahead. No I know no genuinely kind of you know. I remember when I second talking to the same. I basically wrote out a stream of consciousness of everything was in my mind because I I couldn't make sense of it and so I didn't know how to explain in words words what was going on in my mind and when I think back to this this madness of double sided eight in the sight of pure huge river when I think about it and Andy I gave it to Andy as this was going on and he patiently read every single word in front of me and never like a look of judgment or anything on his face and in the end of it was decided I think one thing this is like very normal into you know I think I can help you with it and so to okay that when you fell desperate is I wanted to let the kind things. Anyone can have a few. I think I genuinely definitely think I caught the eye the end of the deal in the ninety so andy I imagine that most of the people who came and saw you really liked you because you are are there to help them. What did you like about rich. What did you mean limits have been some kind of connection between the two of you pretty quickly. you yeah obviously we we go on very well but we had a shed sense of anything is possible. Just I think that was just character. Whether it was we boom with Al we kind of go up in different households but we both had a shed sense anything was possible. We both shed and naive optimism and ambition. I think I think we both go energy from being with the other person so you're meeting regularly and your car brainstorming and at what point did the two of you say. Hey what's to something together was was it the feeling from the beginning or or did that evolve well. I think I turned rifle beginning death the thing that that was going to be the thing. I thought I was genuinely just helping. Andy and I just felt very grateful that I was getting help with my anxiety. I still it was genuinely a liquor but the I think the moment it kind of became clear with when we were talking about what it could be and we got a sense of that kind of shed understanding and Andy Actually said to me. Would you come. Would you like to work with me. Make an I thought he was saying. It's my business which he likes to work outside. Yeah sure he said well. I can't afford to pay you. I do and I was like yes of course and it was at that point. The Andy said to me now. I like as a fifty fifty pounds like I won't I won't on let's start this thing together and that was the first time genuinely thought.

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"andy i" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"andy i" Discussed on KFC Radio

"The box office last summer andy i asked him i said hey they're gonna throw the first pitch my head and i do wanna catch the news like fuck yeah hell yeah yeah so you're having i mean you're having a decently all i know it's like among both have a designer toronto i dunno i have the best week this week david no no no that's what i'm saying oh yeah yeah i'm gonna run above above get hot i know how that feels indefinitely about the get hot next week to a i feel like at this company people either totally understand the vacation situation or they totally do not understand the vacation situation so you're fully understand it no but i a better handle on says i will were the worst shutting off astound means just like you do all do everything you normally would but just don't come here yeah like i'm still gonna put out for podcasts jerry lee you're in season season porno for podcast and the the only thing i don't know who newsradio so i've talked about this on radio plenty of times for end of the year and a half at i've been here a my nickname came from vacation i took last july security yeah because my season is football and i don't know if you knew that on the football gal yeah big time a sewing baseball recently though i'm not i like i've always liked baseball just why but more i just watched it a little bit more this year 'em i mean there's nothing else going on jerry that's that's what you do right at the women's world cup is going on right now as we as we were recording that yes you're in american dodge don't care though you're shooting american i mean it's it's not like world war for it's it's soccer it's the world cup they're saying like there's a world ping pong tournament is not the same oh there's american seems to care about a if you're comparing abe ping pong tournament two or so do you feel that way about the olympics yeah okay that's fair but i mean the the world cup is like the most pro soccer will right but it's the biggest thing in the entire world comes to sports other then they olympic i do i'm not a huge soccer person i do enjoy watching soccer i have long said this since two thousand ten world cup whenever i got into the united states men's team wasn't you cannot be a bandwagon fan of your country you just can't be no like you're in american you're allowed to root for the united states and i think the world cup is really cool i hated last year the men's team didn't make it those bombs the women are gonna win the gold they're gonna win the whole thing holders don't i just don't care they're gonna win the world cup winner lose doesn't affect my life well it's fun to watch this entire offices shut down from that right now but beside the point during baseball season you don't get take vacation during the football season i don't take vacation last year i took a vacation in july because i had it planned before i came to marshall right i had a planned when i was working in boston covering the patriots and i don't know if you noticed but training camp starts at the end of july so i put my vacation right before training camp would start thinking oh this'll be great turns out when i came to marshall sports i started covering the cfl because of my former co host on a podcast or not naming him and we can johnny menzel leading into that though got air we're not supposed to name him i don't know if i don't know if that's all i'm saying is i had no fucking clue i.

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