13 Burst results for "Ann mason"

"ann mason" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"ann mason" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"ann mason" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The services you guys do? Amazing facial amazing massages. We do custom airbrush panning body treatment. And so forth. Clients seem to love us, and they've come for years over 15 years. We've been in business now. And, uh, we're here to take care of them, and we have an amazing crew. And again. I just want to thank our clients for being loyal as this last year is gone gone by and As a man, I probably have a different concept or an expectation of what a day baseball would offer for me, as opposed to a woman. What's the case for just for men coming in and pampering themselves? Yeah, I would say about Excuse me, I would say about 30% of our clients are male, Uh, they tend to enjoy more of a deep tissue or sports massage, often waxing. Um, and many men do facials as well. They want to keep up there. In and their appearance, uh in business or just in life In general. They also come in for waxing. Zai saw because I was going through your services because I'm thinking I could use a spa day. You have different pricing for men, Right versus women. Well, uh, it's really depends. We evaluate. You know the time needed in the treat room and so forth. It's just kind of an estimate of what additional time may may be needed for the service. But, uh, we can adjust that based on on the individual service and what's needed exactly. How do people usually find you? Is it something where people may find you just walking by as far as like a sidewalk? Um, kind of recognition thing, or is the word of mouth is it? Referrals? How do people usually find their way to you? Well, we do have an online presence of and that drive some traffic. We don't really pay anybody to drive traffic, but it does, but it really comes down to the good old fashioned word of mouth. And our existing clients tell people in new clients tell people, uh and refer and do amazing reviews, So we're very thankful for that. And I think it's just a quality of service and word of mouth and you guys are right down there on Main Street. Obviously you were saying your website cloud mover dot com You're also on Instagram and I saw an instagram. Obviously, all businesses have been dealing with this pandemic you guys made or are selling something that Holds your mass. It's really pretty. It's sparkly. Yeah, I'd like to say if you have to wear a mask, You might as well sparkle to have dams and it's got a little button on the side. And then you attach your your kn 95 or you're in 95 to that. And it takes the burden off your of your ears. Do I'm gonna have to park right there. Silk masks and things like that. You know, you might as well embrace what what it is at this point and And hopefully soon in the near future. We'll have some more clear guidelines moving forward. Um, looking forward to that, you know, by early next week. I don't think we should just skip past the fact that you made it through the pandemic. There are a lot of businesses. Who did not, which did not make it through this pandemic. What was that experience like for you and what possibly, um, changes did you have to make along the way to survive the pandemic in a business sense? Well immediately. We needed to address our crew and our clients and put them at ease. Um, then we had to implement all kinds of procedures and protocols and so forth to meet the guidelines in requirement. We were also shut down approximately four times and you might be shut down a week before or told a week before, So then you have to make the adjustments. You have to move the clients. I mean, it was an interesting experience. Let's just say it was a learning experience, and, uh You needed to be relatively nimble in order to adjust, um, in the frequency that was required. Um, but, yeah, we won't go too deep into to everything. But it was interesting, definitely learning experience and and you know, when it comes down to it, it's just making sure that the the crew is safe. The clients are safe. Um and we get to the end of this or forward and everybody comes out. Okay? Sure. Sure. Tenacity. I think on my part, um, I've been told and, uh You know, you just have to pull in cough. You have to maximize, you know, spdc s p A as a resource and education tools you know locally, there's one HB who has done a lot to support Local businesses in Huntington Beach that have been struggling, so we're thankful for that, and they do some merchandise and so forth to replenish the funds to help the businesses. So I mean, that's you Just keep going. There's just not an option. Um, there's not stopping isn't stopping is not an option. I guess I should say And what do you love most about what you do. I love the fact that The client when the clients leave and the clients come back, and they say how much they love it. How much whenever they walked through the doors immediately there just put back into that state of mind of ease and relaxation. Um, that's the thing that that's the best. The other part I like is watching the crew grow. A lot of our members have been with us for 8 10 years and just watching them, learn and grow and Have families and all of that. It's just It's very interesting and it's It's very rewarding to watch these things happened. Cloud Mover Day SpA, It's at 18685 Main Street, You know 104 in Huntington Beach. There's also cloud mover dot com You can find them on the Web. We've been speaking with Ann Mason Arnold was president of Cloud Mover and I was moved by your story of perseverance and just I guess obstinance of just refusing.

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"ann mason" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Overdue

"Always asking the follow up question being willing to drive many miles or spend hours in a boat. That doesn't work until she can her way home us. On really hard she slept. She does do work throughout the book. But yeah like it is not what i. I don't know what type of mystery i was expecting but there was not as much like deduction as much as i think this is right. I just have to be present and be observant to listen for the right thing or talk someone into saying the right thing. Yeah i guess it sounds like it it is. Nancy is starting not necessarily from clues or from mysteries. Yes from preconceived notions that then turn out to be correct lunches at this point She does rian counter the top girls because he's like okay. There is a will but i don't know what to do and she's kind of frustrated and her dad's like you know what always clears your mind. Nancy wanna go shopping. She's like okay. I'll go shopping. Yeah and listen as part of my moving anxiety. Today i bought some wood to build a garden planter. I understand what retail therapy is. It's real i get it. I had a really bad couple of weeks now all of a sudden i have another mechanical keyboard coming. You know i've been there. She she sees the top of the department store again. They're being jerks some more. She watches one of them accidentally. Break a fifty dollar vase and try to blame it on the sales person and the manager is gonna make. The salesperson pays for it before nancy steps forward and says a high. I saw this happen. Get them nancy. And the top girls huffing and walk away and nancy says to herself. It makes my blood fairly boil. Every time i think of aden isabel top. I'm getting all of the crowley fortune especially when grayson alley. Horner need the money so badly so she is like at this point personally invested in knocking these girls down elevating the horner sisters. That's what she's here to do. I mean that's that's justice though like yes in a larger sense i did see a comment from a writer. What is her name About nancy drew and like critiquing. The character a little bit. It was bobbie. Ann mason said that. Nancy drew is able to be as perfect as she is because she is free white and sixteen which is she and she does have the resources of her father's money. She's not spending her summer off from school working or something like that like she she is. She is talented and she's intelligent and she's driven but she certainly does have the the leisure time. Yeah sure go off and do this in in a way like when we were talking about What's his name. Mr whimsey last week. Like the aristocrat who doesn't have a care in the world so he can go off and like solve mysteries for fun. Sure something like that So okay so now she over hears the top teams aware that maybe there's a second will out there. Okay so she can rule out that the top like keeping a second. We'll secret they're worried about it but they don't know anything about it. Okay so check the have they checked the oh clock yes waiting to hear about the clock. Okay we're going to get there. She talks to the horner's and she's like hey. Is anybody else going to benefit from this new will. Can i talk to them. Because google doesn't exist so she can't just look look up who's related to design crowley so the horner's like oh go check out this cousins. Go check out these These nephews dead ends. They don't got anything. Go check out all abigail row. Quote abigail is old and feeble. Now she must be more than seventy years of age..

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"ann mason" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

05:23 min | 7 months ago

"ann mason" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Yeah well i will say. I've actually seen the. Fbi has actually changed their stance on passwords. The industry standard used to change your passwords. Every ninety days The fbi who who sends out regular Alerts to whether it be businesses the entire community. That's what about what is happening in. Cybersecurity is saying Change your passwords less often but create more difficult to guess passwords ones. that are More complex we are looking forward our way from studio. Sit in the five one one studios. Hi this is brett and with me as always carol how are you. I'm good today. How are you doing to great wonderful. Well i am so excited today. We are going to explore technology in today's environment How we are all surviving. The technology tidal wave. That hit us during the pandemic is beyond me. Needless to say we are all suffering at our desks But if we think the technology was difficult before the world shutdown. We are on a whole new plane of existence. Right now right exactly with us today. Is mary landrieu. And mason land from the are co-owners of nice guy technology. Thanks for coming along. We're very happy to be nice here now. I met mary. Ann mason in the past on another podcast. I'll give that podcast plug. Business inspires the through. Try village chamber partnership. And i i brought up to caroline that that'd be a wonderful resource for podcast listeners. from that episode knowing what they brought to the mike and what that episode did. I think we need to start with an overview of your company's technology We really wanna know is You know the story behind the name and how you guys get started and where you're going with the company so the story behind the name Is is cool. Because is the most patient and empathetic person i've ever met. And he's not your stereotypical. It guy at all. And i said to him one day the you're an it guy but you're such a nice guy and so then the name developed from their nice guy technology. That's great and i spent all all these ideas struggling of you know what's nice professional name to you. Know these like You know what you hear. Usually for a name for business and stuff. And i'm like well let's try it. That sounds good to me is unique. Absolutely talk about a great soundbite. Yeah every i i think of changing it and but every time i go to any kind of a conventionally thing where they give you the name tags and stuff peop person after person comes up to me. I love your name yes..

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"ann mason" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"ann mason" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"How quickly they wanna pat themselves on the back and feign ignorance around the mo- thing when every bit of analysis points to how influential and powerful the platforms are Especially when they're not regulated. But you know because have like we have whether it's white supremacy or greed certain people. Just don't give a fuck if it's if it's in service of one is sometimes. It's both at the same time. But like you look at these companies are like. I mean the money's flowing when we do these ads for these white supremacists by fucking love it. And then these other people that shit is just led to you know it will share the ledgers look better but the streets are get bloodier and there's not a connection. I guess the only like. I think we're saying tomorrow's episode to. It's funny how they get their shit together. The day it's cemented that democrats are controlling everything. Wow interesting wow even not. I mean we noticed that back during the election where there was like when they're teasing it. Yeah when when suddenly trump had a real bad day in the polls like his polls just served fallen through and that was when facebook got tough like that day basically. It's all just a play. It's all strategy. But yeah. I mean when greed and white supremacy meet white. Supremacy still wins out. Just look like the sony hack. Emails like They actively make racist decisions. That will lose them money. They will actively choose against a denzel washington project because of like some racist. Bullshit that a internalized somewhere earlier in their career like it's yeah. That's that's this is america and i mean even not even limited to dc like. This should have been happening in state capitals and city halls around the around the country. I mean in. La it was disgusting. What was happening downtown. La like just straight up assaulting people women of color just walking through vote for ann. Mason them yes it and meanwhile you know not like fucking michael. Moore's introduced shit about it in la but like this has been happening all over and it's not just one thing like this is across the board issue..

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"ann mason" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"ann mason" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"He is the hardest working mind and international anime. At the moment. Mr Green Boylan has come out with about forty hours worth of new revelations this Cage Warriors won thirteen carrot that will go down despite the corona virus pandemic this Friday in London. It's behind closed doors. Now we have plenty to get through here but Graham. This must be one of the most insane weeks of your life promoter. Pt In fifteen years. That I've been involved in this game. This is the craziest most out of the ball park situation. We've been we've taken. We've taken hundred people to Chechnya I'm back for shows. When we were advised not to do it we will not go to the Middle East. In December we took shows to the Middle East and Jordan in December and stocking in a snowstorm in the desert. And we're now trying to show on with a pandemic on Colonel Virus. I mean there is a serious book. Their butter God. That absolutely is I am. I mean we have so much to get through here because of the changing landscape cage warriors at one thirteen in the last week just this morning. You've announced that it's going to be behind closed doors. Am I feel like based on your social media over the last few days? I think that was something you you felt would probably be inevitable. Was that a blow at all or were you anticipating that when you announce it on Monday morning. We were always expecting that. We were always expecting that. Keeping behind closed doors the way to go but This situation is changing such pace that everything that we do today is probably tomorrow. You know we'll shoot use use gone with On what we're all just kind of putting together to make things happen to make things work for the outage so denise to be some normal in a time of chaos the needs to be some common keepings moving forward for everybody in some way shape or form. We're doing a bit to keep the outlets in a situation where they get the reward for the last two months they've put in you know Train somebody's guys. I wrote a match just like you do some guys you know. I had some of these guys on what they go through. And I'M GONNA fight white last minute to get to show on for them. What was that ever I mean? Is that what it came down to you? Notice Damn when you're speaking about this you said I asked my staff. I asked the foreigners wants wants. They told me they wanted to do this. Felt like I need to make it happen. Is that as simple as it was simple. And like I said those who know me. Fighters coaches managers clubs. Those who know me on Cage Warriors. They know we're in this and we the elites you. We are putting the out in these every opportunity to weekend. where fighters promotion. And there's no way in you how I'm going down without a fight right to the last minute to quit the show on Friday night. Okay let let's get to the first of the several things that I need to speak to you about here. Joma Culligan Versus Mason Jones. Amoy felt like these two boys wouldn't be put together for a long time because there were two prospects in that division they could add their own individual plots going on but it feels as though as this as this voyeur seems to be trying to intercept. The fights are being made in. Denying yourself of trump's would afford like this. I mean absolutely incredible maclagan. Johns Hopkins under normal circumstances or is it because of this situation where everything has to come together so quickly I mean. That's such a good forty grand. Can you tell us about one? Came together and it's an amazing fight on. It's a fight that we would probably not have wanted to do Royce. Right now we would have liked poke is to build up but more and then maybe do it but situations happen and this is a case of we had no idea what to travel on the restrictions. We're GONNA be come on the show as the days went by so we we have to go to a point. In this event organizational wise that once people stop and floating off to county have to be matched entirely doubt to be matched from people in the car or they have to be monitored in the UK. Because we had no idea if we're going to be spending money on flights and organizing these guys going to what are they going to get to London? So we have to make a decision on working process of elimination. Both guys lost their opponents. Go guys we can get to the event. So it's a case of. We spoke to them and said look. We understand the situation. But we're in a pandemic where the world is trying to stop. We understand is not ideal circumstances. You decide what you want to do And I said to make this more appealing to you. I've spoken to all my board at cage warriors and I've said if we're going to offer them a fight the compete against each other. You have to give him the vacant belt you have to give it to them as their reward for D. circumstances that are upon us. You know for all we know may not be another proper event. Geise training gyms and competing three or four months. So these guys need to be rewarded. Debate the belt as vacant those two lights there who are one is a number one contender for the belt. Look into developed. And it's a case of you know the opportunities there. We're in the situation. If you guys want to do it we're opera. They said yes we said. Yes to fight on Orlova and I'd love to talk about it even more but I need to get through these things. There's so many Potty Pimm that V decky Dalton is another ridiculous for. It's absolutely ridiculous like it more then. I like the two previous boats even course Donovan. Desma is an unbelievable for it as well. And you had a dominated by Tina's he was unable to travel due to the curfew that's been put in place in Italy Board Dalton so say say Jo Ann Mason. Whoever wins that void is a likely that if party has Andrey's he'll be the next in line to fight for that title now are there to their. Don't delay we can't answer those questions right now. Quit you know Patty. Patty fighting decky and decky stepping up. Short notice and bulk is agreeing to fight. You know again. It was another situation where this pandemic has caused. You know it is. It's a case of do you want Feis or do you not WanNa fight because everyone's backwards against the war now and if any fights fought off this coward in the coming days. It's going to be the same thing they're already going to be matched with. Who's on the coward as we as we stand why not Because trying to get guys to compete in this situation when we would normally get guys all over Europe and can't travel i. It's tough times on its fighter. Don't and the guys the guys make their decisions based on what they want to do with our coaches. Can you tell me how it came to be that m you have begun to facilitate these UFC? It's obviously the field has been announced already. I know you already have another one confirmed but can you just tell me how that came to be? I know you have a great relationship with the UFC. Obviously I am Dana White. Who you were over visiting during a just a couple of months back 'em how did that come to be if you don't want me asking? I woke up Sunday morning like everybody else to see constellation. I was surprised anyone and I just thought you know what fuck this. I've got the venue set off. I've got the broadcast. Everything is ready to go. We can just quick these fights on forty F C and we can help them up keeping the cap together so I made some calls. There was some more caused. There was a couple of meetings. There was some more clause and we just work together and get what we can do. Is that exciting for you? Having the looks of Phillips here and obviously you'll have another fight there in the back burner. They aren't telling us about yet but I mean. Is that exciting for you or do you told him to get excited in this crazy situation? It's a situation like I said. It's so fast evolving. At the moment we have seventeen pro fights finite that's include into to U. OF C. Fights. Jesus now we're starting probably five o'clock. It's behind closed. Doors is going to be a very different type event. Come Friday that seventeen pro fight of our easily be carrying absolutely because there's there's border restrictions of some countries so we just got to find out what's going on anyway. You could tell us what the the second point is. You know. This isn't coming out till tomorrow. So maybe maybe you know it will be okay. You'll already have announced by then a chance of letting us now. Yeah could please seen as you said. She seems. Apps aren't doing so so where we have verbally agreed with both sides and this is all travel dependent for darns. London'S DOWN STEWART. You COMPETE AGAINST BAP. Poss- Winston who is stepping up to middleweight to fight. Well so Darren returns the cage warriors. Here this is incredible. Well he's finding his no. I know you're seeing contractor. Put back in the house. That's pretty cool right. Yeah and I like I said Look. Everything is dependent yes. Of course we've got this gone and fall apart with Charles so at the moment is to on documentaries become one because it could become non but we're walking round the clock to try and beat everything events the odds to make this happen off. Just wonder you know you're talking about UK Vu earlier. And I know of joy is was safer debut London with both joy and Mac being in the UK does that. Is there a likelihood that that could happen or do you not know about that at this time? Is that not something? You're working on at the moment. Both guys are already started cutting weight by the time we actually lights on. Both sides actually stopped making things happen. Roy Ray understand understood okay. Okay Anghel confidence that I you that this will go down Ed Graham or is that like I mean from go in your position and you know with all these moving pieces. Is that the last thing in your mind. You just pointed out to the back of your mind and acting as if it's going ahead and not worrying about maybe government legislation our government getting involved in an causing calling a stop to this. It will tanks and trucks and lots of men with guns. Stop this event going on. Jesus what do you? What do you say that those who say like you know you're risking the health of your athletes and stop doing this? Okay lurking a very. I'm not a doctor man. I'm not going to get into this. But you know what this ten fucking million people on the tube every day. Did you just did running the buses running? Everyone's still in London wants to work. We're going to make this and go along precautions and the guidelines that we've been advised by by the government we're GONNA keep it behind closed doors. Everyone's going to get. We're going to wash in Heinz keeping distancing. It's a closed event. You know we're GONNA do everything we can within the guidelines. Medics going to be all over it or medicine going to be testifying as for any kind of symptoms. We're.

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"ann mason" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Red from all worth financial with you simply by the minute and yeah we're all tired robo calls and I guess the F. T. C. is trying to do something about robo calls but coming next will be rubble texts apparently isn't that fun T. mobile now saying that they blocked a record number of spam text in just the month of July an average of one million a day and that's a twenty percent increase over all the month before and that's June now bad actors like spams because you know what it has links on a phone call doesn't have a link put a spam yeah it does all right what they look like when they come in well they're usually a phishing scams or pretend to be your bank for example if you receive one don't click on it don't reply block the number because as we approach the election as you would imagine you can expect the volume of political text to increase tenfold your all right so we wanted one is more scanned text are coming to your phone unfortunately and talk to your elderly parents about these they are the ones most likely to be targeted I simply money with Mike and Ann Mason this morning come up on six fifty five joined keen on the line good morning Joanne good morning what part of town you in and which county are you know the big play the game Hey Gail let me hear. and down home run in the fifth inning finally answer. yes. I told her I said hang on joy let's hear feel right here you go well even with Nixon's L. leading off in the fifth this is our place to get. he was gonna side with the cubs the pay off and since L. socks it left field deep back goes o'neill looks up it is drawn into the Reds bullpen. and this game is tied at three on Nixon's cells twelve home run of the year right Joanne you've got Cup you correctly identified is so we're gonna get you couple of tickets to a future Reds game okay so how. hang on one second grand I'll talk to you here and Michael have the big play the game tomorrow morning at this time from the Reds Phillies game to ten this afternoon is are a good time of the game and then will kick things off about one or so with Kimber all right it's a couple of on six fifty six on newsradio seven hundred WLW the home of the Cincinnati Reds. interview the.

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"ann mason" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And US futures and stocks in Europe are slightly higher this morning six oh one on Wall Street we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg as in the future is up about two points Dow futures update nasdaq futures up ten the dachshund Germany little change back in Paris of a quarter percent enough let's see one hundred up about half percent Nikkei two twenty five in Japan get almost six tenths percent of the hang sang in Hong Kong was down a quarter percent ten year treasury of fourteen thirty seconds yields one point five five percent yield on the two year one point five one percent NYMEX crude oil that'll change at fifty six twenty two a barrel the euro one point one zero eight two against the dollar and the yen said one of six point three three Nathan Karen we begin with president trump calling for the federal reserve to cut interest rates by a full percentage point but Boston fed president Eric Rosengren thinks the central bank needs more evidence of a slowdown before easing policy he spoke exclusively to Bloomberg forecaster still expect we're going to get reasonable growth over the second half the year yes Bob rates are low but I think it's reflective of the global conditions and global conditions are weak so I'm not saying there are circumstances in which I would be willing to ease I just want to see evidence that we are actually going into something that's more of a slowdown if I'm growing at two percent I'm not as worried about rising green was one of two officials who did not vote to cut rates in July saying he didn't see a compelling case for the move and trump wants to weaken the dollar which just hit its strongest level of the year as the US China trade war shows no signs of slowing better an investor mark Moby is things the president will get lower rates eventually it's a very strong dollar and you've got to get that dollar down against the renminbi so it's going to be a currency war of course tied to these interest rates so I definitely think it's going to happen sooner or later and Moby is is endorsing a move to gold saying the medalist voice for big gains right now comics gold is trading at one thousand five hundred fourteen dollars an ounce no it's a mixed picture for stocks this morning though most equities in Asia gained overnight we get details from Bloomberg's Juliette Sally who joins us from Singapore good morning Julie at good morning dating Karen Japanese stocks will and high by electronics make is that a K. two two five getting half of the sent to Albany Stokes closer to wake highest semiconductor stocks rose stocks in Hong Kong fluctuated Morgan Stanley issuing a noise ka shing it's Judy pay full cost for the city to negative point three percent from one percent the CSI three hundred closed marginally lower after full sessions of gains as borrowing costs on the mainland age low after the P. B. O. C. introduced its new reference right that aims to boost lending activity in Singapore I'm Julie at Sally Bloomberg daybreak really thank you in Europe the German government has sat I'm sorry the German government has haven demand tomorrow when it offers an ultra long bond is zero percent coupon for the first time bloomers Roger hearing joins us live from London with the details good morning Roger good morning Karen Ann Mason it's the bones that will earn you nothing it's not the first zero percent bone the gems of offered and of course there are plenty of negative yielding bones out there but it's the first thirty year old from with zero percent coupon and it will test the continued demand for haven assets now the whole of Germany's yield curve is in negative territory annual comes amid signs the government is getting ready to spend more in the event of an economic crisis as fears grow that a recession is approaching I'm Roger hearing Bloomberg daybreak hi Roger thank you now Tallien bonds of leading declines in Europe as former rivals consider an alliance Italy's five star movement and the Democratic Party are weighing plans to team up to stop Matteo salvini spent to leave the country it all comes as current prime minister Decepticon take faces the prospect of a no confidence vote we get more from Bloomberg Gerald Colton in Milan point four calls they sit and wait he voted out as my ministry I think that he'll jump rather be I expect they feel at some point during the day make a trip to Italy and offered his resignation whether that's or not is another matter and whether you have the Google feature is another question altogether the prime minister counties due to speak before Italy Senate and nine AM Wall Street time some corporate stories are watching back here in the U. S. Walt Disney is under pressure as a former accountant accuses the company of overstating revenue according to market watch the former financial analyst worked at Disney for eighteen years and says employees in the parks division systematically overstated revenue by billions of dollars Disney says the employee was fired for because it has persistently made false claims for more than two years shares of Disney or down less.

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"ann mason" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"Whether you've seen the video ten million times or you've never seen in your life pause this episode right now comeback. Obviously we miss you already but Google Kardashian hypnotized by biggie music video and just watch that you can really be in this moment with us because truthfully. I cannot believe this happen. How did we get so look to have this footage? I don't know Julie how everything I they stopped me. He needs wrapping on the boat to throwing the money in Amihai the most ridiculous laugh and Chris ash on the on the on the front of the yacht like the throwing. Oh my God it was so it was so good it was so good you guys it was so good it would never happen now like it's also the fucking production quality like the the lips are not matched up with the words nothing. I mean it was amazing. It was it was just it was everything I could have ever wanted so much more also so many other iconic parts of this trip this is when Chris has allergic reaction in her reaction her lips blow up and they're like bomb. You got talks in the Dominican Republic. No I swear it was allergic reaction and then this is also an Kaelin and Chris get into that fight because in episode prior Kate Chris was going to see Todd Waterman for the first time in years and like chicken down couldn't do it and we're going to meet him and then drove away way remember Todd Wasserman most of you know is the guy that Chris had the affair with when she was married to Robert Crashing and obviously she she not obviously she didn't tell Caitlyn about this because she didn't even end up seeing him and <hes> Kaelin would have had an issue with this this of course because it's not just seeing somebody that she had cheated on rob with she also in the beginning of a relationship with Kaelin was still sleeping with todd water and so there's so many things there and chloe lets it slip at dinner that she saw Todd Waterman even though she she didn't and there's that huge fight between Caitlyn Chris about it I felt I remember watching that like the first time in feeling like it was authentic the fight yeah I think Kaitlyn is really caught off. Guard got caught off guard. I always felt that <hes> the issues between Caitlyn and Chris were genuinely authentic. There was a lot of plot points in there. Were some that were that were done but I felt like every fight they had even the dumb ones had the underlying issue of like Caitlin outfielder. She had enough space Caitlyn feeling like she had enough say in their marriage. Kill and not feel like Chris Feeling like Caitlyn didn't understand her for a lot of things. I don't know I always felt like their fights. Were were real completely. They were maybe magnified by ridiculous Pauline's but yes I always felt like the root of it was definitely real anything else you WANNA touch on from this vacation. It was just it was just really relief. They were also epic like there's no other word to describe all of them but is there any other major points because the next one connects peggy the reason that I that I think the next that we chose to do it in this order and go to the next one aside from just chronologically is because in talking about a lot out of the fights are a lot of the roots of the fights between Kris and Caitlyn. We really got to see this in its full extent in two thousand thirteen when they went to Greece. Let me explain where everybody is right now. Accordion Scott together they have penelope Ann Mason not rain yet but they're definitely <hes> the relationship is definitely moving from Courtney being frustrated by him being immature to Courtney now getting mad at him for his partying and the other stuff in it and it's definitely take into the next level absolutely absolutely <hes> Kim's divorce is finally finalized from Chris and she is pregnant with North and together with Conway. Can you believe what a difference two years makes a difference. I can't believe she's.

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"ann mason" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Well, we all do that to somebody. Right. But so, but but what was actually he told you get off your your ass. But what was this suggestion? What he want you to do? Well, it wasn't. He wasn't got sports. He's like go out and play a sport, go out and run a lot and do something. Right. Breathe. Some fresh air. Right. Get some exercise read a book, whatever. But don't watch these professional guys bash each other on TV. But when so this was in jersey. Yeah. And what so you got a younger sister who I know. Right. Yes. Insisted to you. And you're growing up in jersey. Yeah. And your your mom and dad's stayed together for how long they were together till I was a sophomore in college. Right. And but. She my mom was a writer too. And she she during that time. She published a novel did a lot of journalism which novel that's called hot type under what name Marjorie lip site. Most you know, and and she was what year was that was seventy seventies. Yeah. That time late seventies. Was it a sort of a feminist novel? Yeah. I mean, it had a kind of she was a feminist. Yeah. She wrote for feminist newspaper. And it was she had been at first wave is that considered I way, I guess she was second way. She was a reporter had been a reporter at the New York Times where she met my dad, and so she was a novel that was kind of autobiographical about being a young woman working in the sixties at a big metropolitan newspaper. That's that's what that book was about. And is available. I mean. Yeah, you can find it. It's not imprint but it's available that weird about books. Just how many there like have find that about records to your like who the fuck is this guy, and then there's one or two people like that guys. The most important guy. Yeah. No. Mazing how much you how much you can access. Now, you can really get everything. So you're grown up with two writers. So you had no choice. You what what happened? You had a brawl that we've had a choice. I I mean, my sister's not a writer what she do. She's a lawyer. Oh that was smarter. Probably. Yeah. Yeah. Got to turn and run. I mean, I tried to. What you do is you find a way to be a writer, but not the writer that they are. Right. Hind a new path. Right. You hope, but but what was the process could you write in high school? Yeah. I mean, I think I was kind of a. I figured out a way to write really well when I was young and get lots of pats on the head and stars on my papers. And what what were you writing early on whatever I was writing poetry involved. Yeah. There was a little poetry. Oh, no. You have to you have to. I think that the poetry is an exercise, especially when you read your pros. It's important to understand it, or at least is I think it's important as a writer to have an experience with poetry where you're like, I see why this gets through. Well, I think that I had a teacher who said if you want to write fiction, you should read poetry, right? You know, what do you want your sound to be as close, even as a prose writer? You wanted to poetic elements to sound have have music to right? I've always been going for that. I think that there was a period just in high school where I kind of learned how to write short stories read a lot of New Yorker short stories, and I was writing I guess my point is I was writing a lot of stories about experiences. I didn't know anything about I was sort of mimicking a lot of what I read who was the big who were you mimicking mostly in high school. I mean, probably the eighties minimalists at the time. Raymond carver. Oh, yeah. People like that. But could drop some more names. I want some more names because I don't know them at the time like people that. I've been Raymond Carver Bobbie Ann Mason, Frederick Barthel may. And then later, I discovered other writers who were. More like what got called post modernists like Robert couvert, and John Hawkes and Thomas pension and people like that..

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"ann mason" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"But most of your the writer of the family, when did you know that that was what you wanted to to be. I started writing one day when I was twenty. I just started one day. I didn't know if you'd said beforehand that I was going to start writing tomorrow. I would said you're crazy. And then you can't really ride in vacuum. You know, you have to read so and it was the same time. I started reading for pleasure. But I remember I was twenty five and I was riding my bike. I had a flat tire on my bike enrolling North Carolina. Took it to get the tire fixed. And I read a short story by Bobbie. Ann Mason called Shiloh when I was waiting for my bike to get fixed. I was riding home when I said to myself, I wanna be a writer. Because you kind of have to announce it to yourself. I mean, it's spooky it's scary. Because then if you fail you failed. You said you wanted to do something you could tell all the world that you want that. And then if you fail you failed. But if you tell yourself, it's the same thing, if you tell yourself, you want to do it, but you know, wanting to be a writer anybody who wants to be a writer can be a writer. All you have to do is, right. It's really simple. I mean, I think people confuse that with being published writer her with being an author. If you want to write all you have to do is Ryan. And of course, you did become enormously successful, but not before having done a load of low skill jobs, including of course, the the story that you wrote up that really made it will happen for you. Which was being an elephant centers grotto in Macy's. Well, I just moved to New York. And I needed a job. It wasn't like I did it for a laugh or anything. I don't have any skills and they were hiring short people. And I'm sure and so I applied and they offered me. And I did it actually did it for two years. And I kept a diary, you know, I've been keeping diary forever. So that was the first thing I had on the radio in the United States was in diary of the time that I worked as an you perform live. Gee, you think that will work best when you read aloud, and I wonder if you have a. Differing relationship with the work on the page, the spoken word radio and live audiences. Well, I think because people were used to hearing me on the radio they wanted to hear me read out loud. But if you're on the radio people want you to read to them like I don't wanna read Harry Potter. I want Stephen Fry to read Harry Potter to me. All right. I don't wanna read anything by garrison Keillor. I won't garrison Keeler to read it to me. And I'm happy to do that. I started reading out loud. You know, when when you know when you're in school, and you have to read a book and the teacher realizes that nobody read it. So you've kind of read it out in class and she calls on people to read. And I just always thought like me calling me calling me, and I didn't want to be an actor. I didn't want to memorize it. I just wanted to read it out loud. There's some programs where they've read some of my actors will read stuff I've written an often they're so actually the it's all about them being an actor. And you can't hear the word. Anymore? Whereas like, the New Yorker has version of the New Yorker for blind people, and it's just like they went on the street and the hand of the magazine to somebody said, would you read this out loud for us because the person the clearly reading the first time, it's not like they stumble. But they don't know what's coming, and they're not actively in any way until you can hear that word next to that word next to that word, and I can listen to that. And I can learn from that. Whereas if it's an actor, it's hard for me to see beyond the acting you go off scripts to in you'll public I'm gonna call them performances..

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"ann mason" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"Feel like they have to walk on eggshells. There's another Social Convention asking questions to which really isn't interested in the answer. And you have some wonderful passages. He writes about a while because I go on these tours in the United St.. Dates. And so I, I'll go to like forty two cities in forty four days. And so you know, you go to the hotel and they say, how's it? How's your trip in to a coming in from welcome in. I hear for business or pleasure business. I hope you save some time. Pleasure. It's like the same pump stations every day inches just I just can't take it anymore. But I was in Chicago recently in Milan, Chicago, if you have a car like driver waiting for you now you're met by a greeter until greeter is just another level of small talk and another person you have to tip and they meet you at the baggage carousel, and then they lead you to your car. But I had this greeter and she asked to my trip in was, and then she was how was your flight. And then she was kinda dead to me. But because she asked that question, but I just loved her. Look. She looked like she'd been kicked to the airport. So I started asking her questions and she said, welcomed. Chicago's. We got some great food here. And I said, I used to live in Chicago by, I really like what. Hamburgers and hot dogs. French fries. We got great food. I would hire her to do like a Chicago tourism thing. I would. Oh, I'd love to see in the city through her eyes. I see. That was okay. If you can just get somebody off track and have a conversation. So you know, I'm more apt ask somebody do have any friends in wheelchairs. Right. Good question. So I asked this woman, do you have any friends in wheelchairs and her mother was in a wheelchair the entire time. She was growing up and she had to be her mother's slave. And then she went to college and her mother had an operation and could walk, and it wasn't like she could walk with two canes. She just walked like anybody. And so this one was furious because she devoted her whole childhood and then isn't that great. It's extraordinary. If I'd said, how are you? I never would have known that. Yeah, I love the bit. You described talking about a hotel check in clock and you ask about godson because that's another question. Do you have a godson? Just notice that question. Let's be Frank that most people would think to a complete, but it's a good question. So this this I would check into a hotel and the woman said how reliant in and I said, you know that such a nothing question one on ask, do you have a godson? And she said, okay, godson said, I do six years old, his name Tommy, and then she gave me that little smile instead of. That's nice. And I said, he has cancer, and she said, poor thing, and I said, that's came sure someone else will ask me to be godfather. I mean, he doesn't really have cancer, but I. I loved making it about myself. Are you siblings like he do? They have the same wicked humor. They do every last one of them. It's a pleasure to spend time with them. I love the way you say that Google reacts differently so that your internet searches, it's crazy. My sister Amy's computer. I mean, we typed what does a fifty year old woman looked like into her computer because she was turning fifty and you'd think she'd typed in what does the inside of fifty year old woman? I couldn't believe the pictures that came up on Google, and if when I did it, it was a picture. Brooke Shields smiling. Amy's computer just has a filthy mind. I don't know how that happens. Amy has on occasion, Britain with you, but most youth, the writer of the family. When did you know that that was what you wanted to to be? I started writing one day when I was twenty. I started one day. I didn't know if you'd said beforehand that I was going to start writing tomorrow, said crazy. And then you can't really right in vacuum. You know, you have to read so, and it was his same time. I started reading for pleasure, but I remember I was twenty five and I was riding my bike, Ida flat tire. I'm bike enrolling North Carolina, took it to get the tire fixed. And I read a short story by Bobbie Ann Mason called Shiloh. When I was waiting for my bike to get fixed. I was riding home and I said to myself, I wanna be a writer. Because you kind of have to announce it to yourself. I mean, it's spooky scary because then if you fail, you failed. You said you wanted to do something. You can tell all the world that you want that. And then if you fail, you failed. But if you tell yourself it's the same thing, if you tell yourself you wanna do it, but you know wanting to be a writer, anybody who wants to be a writer can be writer. All you have to do is right, really simple. I mean, I think people confuse that with being published writer her with being an author if you wanna, right, I have to run. And of course you become enormously successful, but not before having done a load of low skill jobs, including, of course, the the story that you wrote up that really made it will happen for you, which was being an elephant centers grotto in Macy's? Well, I just moved to New York and I needed a job. It wasn't like I did it for a laugh or anything. I don't have any skills. And they were hiring short people, and I'm sure, and so I applied and they hired me and I did it actually did it for two years. And I kept a diary, you know, I've been keeping diary forever. So that was the first thing I had on the radio in the United States was in diary of the time that I worked as an you perform live, gee, you think that you'll works best when you read aloud. And I wonder if you have a different relationship with the work on the page, spoken word, radio, and live audiences. I think because people were used to hearing me on the radio. They wanted to hear me read out loud, but if you're on the radio, people want you to read to them like, I don't wanna read Harry Potter. I want Stephen Fry to read Harry Potter to me. All right. I don't wanna read anything by garrison Keillor. I want garrison Keeler to read it to me, and I'm happy to do that. I started reading out loud. You know when when you when you're in school and you have to read a book and the teacher realizes that nobody read it. So you kind of read it out class and she calls on people to read, and I just always thought like me calling me calling me. Me and I didn't want to be an actor. I didn't want to memorize it. I just wanted to read it out loud. There's some programs where they read, some of my actors will read stuff I've written and often they're so actually the, it's all about them being an actor and you can't hear the words anymore. Whereas like the New Yorker has a version of the New Yorker for blind people, and it's just like they went on the street and the hand of the magazine to somebody and said, what you read this out loud for us because the person the clearly reading the first time it's not like they stumble, but they don't know what's coming and they're not actually in any way. And so you can hear that word next to that word next to that word, and I can listen to that and I can learn from that. Whereas if it's an actor it's hard for me to see beyond the acting you go scripts to in, you'll public. I'm gonna call them performances. Would you call them performances chur. I'm just loved reading that you got a lotta people to give you a lot of money and got your computer fakes about, well, we feel like if you're in the audience, the audience can solve a lot of your problems. Right? So a couple of years ago I was on tour and I got it was like a migraine in my face. And so someone said, you have a sinus infection, you need antibiotics. So I asked the audience is doctor in the house. And of course there was, can you write me scripture antibiotics anyway, it turned out and needed root canal, not that, but I met a woman after that and she just had some dental work done and they didn't give her any medication. So I said, I'll get you some. And so I did the reading and I said n with painkillers, come right to the front of the book. Signing line gave her big fistful of perks that Vicadin at the end of the night, we had a computer problem say, is anybody work at the apple store? Can you come up here? Come to the front line. It's great. It's a great. Source. I don't abuse it, but I mean, you know, they're, they're why not free such ary. I

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"ann mason" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ann mason" Discussed on The Pulse

"It doesn't always work out for scientists who want to be mothers and this is a broader problem as kelli ward can tell you what is a professor of educational leadership at washington state university she has interviewed more than one hundred mothers at different stages of academic careers and records their experiences stories like this he had two children and she really wanted to have third but she felt like i already took two leaves you know it's not great timing and says she put off having a child and then then when it was time like what everything was sort of in place she felt like she was too old to have another child there's a lot of anecdotal information about people regulating how many children they have to accommodate their academic career here's another story kelli ward heard from scientists on track for tenure who took maternity leave twice and there was a lot of conversation about you know is she she had all that extra time if i had extra time i'd be successful too i mean even though she ended up getting tenure and everything turned out to be fine there was a lot of backlash for her mother woman doing this kind of research is mary ann mason a little professor at the university of california berkeley our research shows that thirty five percent fewer women who have children even apply for tenure track jobs than do women who don't have children and then getting tenure another thirty two percent are less likely to get tenure so it's it's brutal she refers to this problem as the baby penalty i'm afraid probably even still most men do not consider women's scientists if they grew up out of the workplace for even six months or year whatever or have a child mason says this is the major reason why we don't have more women in that science she helped benefa the problem but she's also been pushing for solutions as a result offer extensive research.

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