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"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities. I think of them as being just different. I don't think of them as there are any disabilities in the light of the fact that the world is so unaccepting. That's very true. I think that one of the things with an invisible disability so it's called is that, you know, if we what we have done in our family is to recognize that the reason why it's called a disability is because some people find it more challenging to do things that neurotypical people take for granted. On the other hand, without children, it's also proven to be a different ability, because so many of them are able in ways in so many ways that they might not otherwise be able. You know, the gifted in ways that they might otherwise not be gifted. They're different and see the world in ways that absolutely challenge a neurotypical vision of the world. Yeah, and that's what we love about them. So tell me what it was like when all of these diagnoses that you've just mentioned there started to pop up. How did that come about and what were your feelings? Well, it's interesting. I've spoken to so many parents because we run parent groups. And I spoke to so many parents about the initial diagnosis and the reactions have been very, very many in varied, you know, for some people, it's a bit of a shock for some people it's almost like a disappointment for others. It's a surprise for others. It's an explanation. And I would say for us, well, certainly for me, it was in part an explanation. And also, in part, a sort of a wake-up call that said to me, this journey isn't going to be anything that you might have imagined. It is going to be. We don't know what it's going to be, but what we do know is that it's going to, it's going to plow its own field and chart its own course when we first got the diagnosis of our second and third Thailand and Arlo, the ones who are now 2016, which we got the autism diagnosis on the same day. Tai was 7. Aloe was three. What was that like for you? I have to be honest. And there was absolutely no sort of like heightened emotion connected to it, concern or disappointment or what was there was, okay, I need to now discover what this means. What this means for them, what this means for us and how it makes things different. Is it going to make things different if it does? How is it going to make things different? Because it didn't change them in any way. They got in the car. You got given the diagnosis and then they just got in the car and they were still Tyler and Arlo, weren't they? They had to change. But with that bit of paper yeah, it didn't change them one dot. One shot. One bit. But what it did change was my awareness of who they were. What it did change is my awareness that they may see the world a different way. And I didn't know what that was going to be, because there are only 7 and three, but what I did know was that the carnage journey that you can prescribe and chart out and say that the raising of a child is likely to fall within these parameters. There may be anywhere from track a to track B but the train is going to run along these tracks in some way. That went completely out of the way. I didn't realize at the time just how far out of the window it was going to go. But I did think, okay, this changes things. And one of the, I mean, some people might call it exciting with the benefit of hindsight, but at the time slightly sort of slightly nerve wracking things was having no idea of what it meant was going to change as they grew and as they developed. And as they began to inhabit the fullness of their personhood and understand the fullness of their identities, what was going to change. Well, we didn't know. And I think that, you know, there's a saying that everyone to see person probably knows, which is even if you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person. And even with just having two children on the spectrum in the family, the presentation is so entirely different. Yeah, they are. If somebody said to me, when we got the diagnosis, this is what autism looked like. And used one of them as in illustration. It would have completely excluded the other. Because the other one wouldn't have got a diagnosis based on that. It's very, very good point. So you've talked about what it was like to kind of grow in your knowledge of them and who they might become and to understand them a little. But what about parenting? Have you changed as a parent? This was 2009 if I remember. So we've had a good few years since. Have you changed as a parent? As a parent, I am unrecognizable from the parent I was in 2009. Now let's be really honest about this. Anybody who has raised a child will say, well, yes, of course, the parent you are to a 16 year old and the same parent you are to three year old. So there's the natural evolution of your relationship that happens as your child grows and matures. But there's also, I think that certainly for me having children on the spectrum, it meant that I needed to really abandon everything I thought I knew about parenting. It meant that I had to discover and develop a bespoke style of parenting that fitted specifically the child that was in front of me rather than having a general sort of one size fits all approach because it absolutely didn't fit. And really, it's not to my credit that I think that I was quite resistant to that because of the way they don't fit the one size fits all. Then it's obviously because I'm not implementing the one size fits all with enough figure. So I need to I need to just retrain and double down on the one size fits all and it will work and the fact is it was never going to work. And it kind of I would say out of the two of us, I was you were the hair when it came to realizing that we needed to adapt and adopt a new parenting style and we need it to be fluid and I was very much the tortoise. There was a kind of rigidity of no this is how you do it. And you know, I think that with regard to parenting, having children on the autism spectrum has taught me and continues to teach me is teaching me to be a parent, I would otherwise never have been. And I think that had I never have been, I would have missed a lot. There's a lot of their growing up that I got by constantly having to reassess and reappraise and recognize who they are now. You know, not living on who they were last year or last week, even. You know, who are they now? Who are they today? And who do they need me to be today? Yeah. So you talked about the fact that it took you a little bit longer to describe yourself as the tortoise. So how was that then? Well, I made the tool to seem like St. Louis Hamilton. We got the diagnosis in 2009. Up until about 2012, I thought there's something wrong with these kids because they're really not getting my style of parenting. About 2012, I began to realize there was something wrong with me because I wasn't being the parent they needed me to be. And then I was all at sea. I think I took a little while to actually work out. If I've got autistic kids, I need to learn, it's not me teaching them and then learning how to be. It's actually me learning and I think that I think that when I kind of was humble enough to recognize that I didn't actually know, you know, sometimes you don't know what you don't know. But when you've got autistic children and they need you to be a parent, you have to learn what you don't know. You have to realize what you don't know and it is certainly in my case. I think I learned a lot from watching you, but I also learned a lot from realizing that I couldn't be you and I couldn't just be you the deeper voice that I actually had to change me. I couldn't just ape behavior that I saw it with someone else. I had to change the way my outlook and gosh, I would say that you're saying how long did it take to be? Well, the diagnosis arrived 13 years ago. And I consider myself still to be under construction, and a work in progress, because the dads that I was 5 years ago that they needed me to be 5 years ago isn't the dad they need me to be now. Because they've changed. Yeah. You talked a little bit there about you said this lovely phrase bespoke parenting. So just give me some examples of what you have bespoke. Bespoken. Okay, it's interesting because with, I was 16 year old, there was a rigidity of actions that isn't always, so it wasn't just a rigidity of thinking. So with Arlo, we have certain things. I am my face is a stress toy. I actually, I mean, I know I look like this, but you know, I think I would look about maybe 15 years younger, if not for all. All that has to excuse my face. And they always squeeze my face and there are certain things that we do. There are certain actions that we do. There are certain little dances we do. There are certain words that we say. I don't even understand your communication. I mean, you two are like a whole, you're like a double act. I know. It's all part of my being father to Arlo, is that we have loads of unspoken communication. That revolve around movement and actions and dances and laughing at the same thing that other people don't understand what's going on. I've had to learn that I've had to enter into our lives world and learn how that world works. On a practical thing, although loves to have drives, they want to have a drive once a day. It's part of a de stressor towards the end of the day. Some people read or watch TV or they're too young to have a drink, they go on a drive. They sit in the car and listening to music and we drive and 40 minutes later, half an hour, 40 minutes later, we arrive back home and they're in a different head space to the one they were when we left. And that's an important thing. So whatever the schedule will have my day. If I'm at home or if I'm coming home, I know I need to be out for that drive for Allah because that's an important part of parenting are there. And it's an interesting thing that to me, it's not even I don't even think of it as a chore or a stress. It's just part of being a dad. It's part of being their dad. Yeah. Because I actually think that, you know, speaking of bespoke parenting, I could quite probably be a rubbish dad to every other child in the world, but I've learned how to be the dad that the children I have need. Yeah. And that is bespoke. It is also humor. You have loads of humor, I would say, with Arlo. Yeah, yeah, we are a lot. Mostly at me, but often at all because Arlo is really funny at all that has learned to laugh at themselves in a way that they couldn't when they were younger. You know, in the early teens, they could not laugh at themselves because I think they felt such a level of low self worth and such a lack of confidence that to laugh with them at themselves would have been perceived to be laughing at them. And one of the ways that I can see that their confidence is growing and their belief that they have a place in the world is growing. Is for how much they laugh at themselves, how much of their humor is directed inwards. Yeah. I agree with you on that. Okay, so that's Arlo, who's our 16 year old. What about Tyler and katana is very different? What have you had to change very different? In your parenting of time and what's changed there for them? I think in my parenting style and what's changed is to listen to time. It's to really listen is to not be so ready to give advice, not be so ready to give an answer because even sometimes when ty says. I need to know what to do. I know that what will happen is that I'll be giving answers. And they'll be saying no, those aren't the answers. That's really bad advice. What I should be doing is this. So it's almost like they're using me as a sounding board. A classic example is when we run our way up to Holly oaks for their final audition. Time is one of the members of the cast of Holly oaks down. And it was their final audition and they were absolutely wrapped with nerves. And we're driving along the M1. And they're almost crying with us. And I thought this isn't good for them. It's really isn't good. And I said, you know what? I want you to know you don't have to do this. We can turn the car around and we can go back, and they said, so that's the worst thing you could have said. You can't say that. This is what you're supposed to say. I told you what they wanted to hear. And you know, it's a completely different kind of relationship to all that. And how we connect and how we relate is to share time together. Yes. And that's the wonderful thing we're tie. I mean, tiles say there's a box set that I've been watching and I really want you to watch it. So I'll sit and watch. And you know, maybe in the course of an hour, we'll say three or four sentences, but time. That's together time. That's valuable time. That's been our time. And you know, it'll be, I'll get a text with have a listen to this music or I'll send them some music. And tire listens and goes, yeah, I like this. I really like this. And then he'll put that on his playlist and that'll be and that will be a connection to the communication because what tie really loves. One of the things that I love is that feeling of being part of my heritage and my dad played this for me or my dad told me about this. And then what ty does then is to do the same for me. So I know you're like this. Have you heard of such and such? And it'll be somebody that I liked when I was 20 years old or something. And then we'll connect on that level, but it's a very, very different communication to our lows, but it's just as deep and it's just as valid, but it's entirely different. And if I was to switch and relate to time, like I do to other and relate to other, like I do to tie it, I would be completely disconnected from a couple of meltdowns going on there for sure. Yes. So you and I have run a parent support group. It has over a 180 parents, families, and we work with the families and with the children. That's been running for very long while. And over lockdown, you have run your weekly meeting online every single week for those parents. And I've been absolutely amazed and marvel at you and your consistency and the way that you love those parents is just wonderful. I love them too, by the way. But I love watching you talk to it to them. If there's parents of autistic children listening today or families of autistic children. What advice would you have? You know those parents when they join our group. What do they most need to hear? I think what most autistic superior will most parents of autistic children that join our group and need to hear is that they're not alone on this journey. I don't think that most people need parenting advice. Occasionally people will ask, look, this is a situation how would you approach this situation and ask the group? But generally, I mean, we're talking about super parents, parents who sacrifice everything and are willing to sacrifice everything. And by that, I'm not talking about money or material I'm talking about themselves. They're hopes aspirations, dreams, whatever they expected for themselves later on in life is just like that all of that gets put into a margin. That gets parked and everything is focused on the needs of their children. So what they need to hear generally is you're not alone on this journey. We've all walked this journey and so when you say something that to somebody else who isn't on this journey may sound outrageous about how you feel about what you're going through about how challenging or difficult or impossible you feel, how inadequate you feel to the task, it's fine to say it here because we've all felt it and we've all expressed it. And the other thing is having a space in your life where you can describe without having to explain, I think that so much energy is spent and wasted and exhausted by people feeling as though they have to explain their children. They have to explain their situation. They stand with a teacher. People say, wow, your child's your child's not that at all. Your child's like this. And they go, well, no, you don't know the whole picture. There is a different person at home to the one in school or the one not in school because they refuse to go into school. Or the one not sleeping because they're refused to go to bed or whatever. Just having a space where you can describe, but you don't have to explain because everybody else who is listening to you gets it. So is your advice that people link up with other parents? I think it's really important to do that. I think it's so important to do that because I think that in Albert Einstein said, if you measure the fish by how well it climbed a tree, you would think it was stupid. And quite often, all we get in terms of a metric for our own children is the yardstick of a kind of neurotypical world. And if the neurotypical world is the tree, our children may be the fastest swimmer in the ocean, but they're not going to climb the tree. So yes, I think it's really important to link up with other parents who are walking the same walk. Others who are in the same situation others who will be able to listen to you and not just sympathize and not just empathize but experientially understand. Yeah. No, I know for many of our families that we support theirs. There's quite a high percentage of their children and young people and we see this in the adults as well autistic adults might be struggling with their mental health, what have you learned about coming alongside our children in their mental health crises? Wow. I think I've learned more than anything that there's no quick fix. There are no easy answers and presents is everything. And that there's no guarantee that if you do a and B, you're going to get C that two and two are going to act a four. But what I do know is this that our children, even when they, we sometimes become The Rock against which they bash. And we feel bashed, but we're the only rocks they've got. And so the thing that I think is how important it is to be there and to listen and when possible to talk them down and when necessary to talk them up and also more than anything to also come alongside others so that we guard our own mental health. Because it's impossible to carry somebody if you're limping. You know, it's really so much harder. And yeah, our children's mental health is such a big deal. It's such a big deal. And it can turn on a sixpence. Everything can be going well. And then one thing, real or imagined, one thing can completely trans the picture. And so I think that most parents I know with autistic children live as such are a level of hyper vigilance that, if anything, yeah, do what you do and be there the way that you're there. But please remember your own mental health, remember your own need for support, remember your own need to be heard. Yeah, and to find voice. Just moving on to, I guess that thing of school and the workplace, how well or not well, our things set up for allowing our neurodivergent people to thrive. Wow. That's really interesting. It's an interesting question because the question in itself is it presupposes that any advanced society would recognize that there is more than one way of seeing the world and there is more than one way of thinking and therefore. An advanced society like ours would set things up that everybody, whatever that, not just the well-being of whether the neurological situation would be able to say, yeah, there's a space for me. There's a place for me. There's an opening for me. There's an acceptance of me. People are making the allowances I need made so that I can thrive, not just so that I can fit in and limp along, but so that I can thrive. But that doesn't really exist in any way like the number that it should. The number of employers who I think employers should be made to have a number of people who are on the autism spectrum, a number of people who have just had a neurodivergent. I think it's really important we get away from this cookie cutter one size fits all everyone has to look the same and replicate one another's strengths in order to fit in. And yeah, I suppose my answer so far suggests that I don't think that nearly enough is done. I don't think the nearly enough is being done. There's so much talent and there's so much ability there's so much intuition and knowledge and just being wasted being sidelined being overlooked being ignored. And if it wasn't overlooked, how much richer we'd be, the companies that actively seek out people on the spectrum because they have an attention to detail perhaps that others don't have or they have a skill set that I was specially interested, which means that they know their stuff almost as much as a PhD student would know just because they're taught themselves that kind of auto didactic skills that so many autistic people have, if only there was a recognition that these aren't just skills that come from a hobby. These are skills that become so deeply engraved. So knowledge based and so worthwhile that their valuable if we could find and be made to find ways to fully utilize the gifts and the talents that we have from people on the autism spectrum, the world would be a much richer place because so many of the things that enrich the modern world were devised or created developed or initiated by people on the autism spectrum. Yeah, which is exactly what all too kind of trying to do. That's absolutely you've just given their remit basically their davids. And we know that for Thailand, their workplace at hollyoaks has they've made all those kinds of adjustments four Thailand. So there is some good practice happening out there, isn't there, but there is. But probably not enough. And I do want to also about people even disclosing that they are artistic before they can even get to the needs that I might have. It is this sense of disclosure. How do we change perceptions out there, David? Gosh, I think that we change perceptions by I think drawing a line that delineates between our understanding of terminology and understanding that the term different and the term normal shouldn't actually be the opposite of one another. That your normal isn't my normal. And the your differences could complement my differences. The fact is that we've created an environment where two often people who are different in any way feel as though they have to underplay or deny their differences and create some kind of fake fake normal that fits with other people. And I don't think that that I don't think that that's right and I don't think it helps. But I can understand why. You know, somebody walked into a typical edition and started by saying, I'm autistic. They don't know they don't know the reaction they're going to get. They don't know whether the person sitting opposite is going to get, you know, yeah, fine. You almost want to go in and say, could you just tell me what you think is autistic looks like? Hear what they say and then

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"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities.

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"Service that adds artificial intelligence capabilities to the cameras. Basically use real time computer vision algorithms to do a better job of detecting things. That shouldn't be there last year. That you've been wants to software as a service security offering for business. Clients says pretty good barlow technologies traits five bucks in change which means what something must be wrong with it. Stocks don't go to single digits unless there's a problem or they're british so what's the problem. This is a company that was spun off by next year in august. Two thousand eighteen. The ipo priced at sixteen bucks and the stock jumped to the low twenty s right allegations but then things went downhill on a hurt. When you started watching coverage on the stock they had all sorts of discouraging things to say about how arlos facing stiff competition for some of the largest technology. Companies amazon's ring google's ness less than ideal at the same time for the summer of two thousand eighteen. We had a bunch of consumer tech where meltdowns and their fitbit heavily. Shorted gopro heavily shorted. It didn't help the even after the ipo. Next you're still owned eighty four percent of arlo. I am always warning you about companies were one investor controls way too much. Stock and arlo is exhibit. A for why. that's a problem. In two thousand eighteen neck decided to dump its entire stake in arlo via special stock dividends. Were they forced the whole thing off on their shareholders many of them chose to sell meaning. They didn't know what they guys like. Arlo i mean what's arlo. And that's the stock into this tailspin. So it was just a very poorly timed poorly executed dump and had the sellers made the right call because an early twentieth. Nineteen arlo issued tour. Outlook that sent the stock to the low single digits from there. This thing has been forgotten about passing between two fifty and five dollars for the next year and a half as the company told away in the ultracompetitive security harbor business. So what change will the hardware market still sticks especially when you're a tiny independent player. Competing at school amazon. That's.

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"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Finally to open our doors. Now in the meantime remember all of the activity that's going on in seattle. All the protests that are going on. I'm sure everybody has seen all those footage of downtown burning and it was pretty frightening time and in the international district where momo's located. There was a lot of hate crimes against asians at that time. Even though it wasn't quite so publicly known so we were entirely boarded up. Our building was boarded up. And we were sitting behind boards in which in what was to me sort of this sanctuary prison while i was doing the moment to go in the online business trying to figure out how to open up and be more publicly accessible so we then started opening on fridays and saturdays eventually taking off the boards and then we announced our closing once we announced our closing. It was so incredible. People people came in every day that were opened and they shocked like their lives dependent on it. They would say people would come up to the counter and say okay. So how much do i owe. Oh that's good because that's how much budgeted ford disappoint. You and people were just so incredible. They brought us little gifts. They his flowers. They sent us nice note and we closed our doors at the end of october. When i met you. I remember you talking about how opening up. Your shop ended up kind of putting pudding bigger purpose in front of you in the sense of being being an advocate for your neighborhood being really connected you to the neighborhood. Are you still plugged into the community. In that way. I am still plugged into the community hence this office upstairs of where momo used to be in exchange for the cost of rent or this office. I do social media for the neighborhood under the address of at japan town. Seattle so wanna follow us lease do and in the months that i've been doing it. So that's december jennifer march april. For months i have doubled the audience at least and hope to reach more people. I want to connect the japan towns in the united states and other japanese businesses within the city of seattle and other parts of the neighborhood japan town chinatown saigon a connection. I really believe in connecting the dots. I thought a lot about your neighborhood. Seattle's international district after the pandemic happens and all the anti asian sentiment backlash and. I thought you're not only as a business community dealing with laws business when the pandemic but probably dealing with you know ignorant. Ill will from people as as well as a community you know. It's always been rumbling in the neighborhood. We have seen signs before of white supremacy posters on our on our telephone poles. Or what have you on. Earth street polls But it was more apparent after after it was in the media. More pronounced in the media that about asian asian hate crimes and we in fact had one incident of a asian woman who was with a caucasian man being attacked someone approached her and smashed her face in with a heavy object in a bag and that was a real obvious crime.

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"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Knew is okay for me to let go back into the hills where which is where we love so we spent a lot of time out there and even though that their times were tough but what we did is like we really made it a priority to be out in the hills out in the wilderness and so mentally. We were sound. But yeah i the last the last year year and a half if it wasn't for our ability to go out and do those things i think. I think we would have gone a little crazy when you look inside yourself and think about who you are today from what i met you a couple years ago. What do you think is different about who you are now as a person. I am definitely moving into this An administrative and administrative end of the radio for sure I've i've been moved up to station manager. Some taken over responsibilities of what the station is more on the administrative end on this radio But like Like personally i. I really really work on myself as far as listening and paying attention to people and i guess is making sure that we're not I really haven't had a whole lot of opportunity to before at that time To pay attention to myself because we're moving so fast and all of a sudden there was like this pandemic and also now's able to look inside myself and one of the things. I was horrible at is really listening to people so but.

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Chill cherry was now just like putting but instead of using flour us tim salah to thicken it. Up a bit you hand grind this tinsel with the order in pestle ourselves from my name. Is lisa iron cloud in arlo earn. Cloud is my husband. I think it was his long hair. Initially i thought he was pretty handsome. My upbringing is completely different from our loose. We lived up here in rapid city the majority of my life but we were always We're pretty nomadic. We couldn't stay in one spot for too long. We were homeless. We lived out of the car. there were days. Where would go without eating. You know it was a lot of struggle and our knowledge of our culture wasn't priority with us growing up. It was just all about survival. My parents were fluent at the speakers but they did. It like introduced us to ceremonies. So whenever i made my path and met up with this guy with arlo. I kept thinking that. I didn't want my children's that go through what i went through and to have a better understanding of where they came from as lakota people. So i try to play catch up and talking to people who are willing to talk to me which was a struggle in itself because you have a lot of people who have knowledge who have A really great idea of where they come from and and they know the history but their willingness to share with with other lakota people. I mean no offense. But you know a non-quota they're so willing to share that information but when it comes to look it's really difficult. It's almost like territorial so it was hard but there where people out there who were willing to sit down with me and work hands on with me and teach me the stuff. I should have known at this age. And it's not gonna get totally fine. But i i run it through this eve like this and then it catches the bigger pieces which i still use. Those in. soups are simple. Has really grown a lot by you know. Just asking for help been hearing. The facebook is very popular in the community. Which is kind of an irony that you know You've got this sort of modern internet social network keeping people together for traditional purposes like my personal facebook pages just dedicated to food just showing other people. What's out there. So i can post this and say this is the tallow boost yuppie. Which means hangs dry. That's why looks this could easily do a photo or a video or something explaining how we do this you know and then somebody we 'cause we get a lot of that that responser like thank you for sharing that. Because i didn't know. I had an idea but i didn't know i love following lisa's facebook page and yours. It's so good to stay connected with you guys that way. You have to wonder you know. I know release especially for both. You guys The.

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"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"When i met you. A few years ago are low. You told me the story of coming into your own as in. I upa talk about how that role has evolved for you. What it's been like for you in that role in your community over the over the past year especially with the pandemic becoming and yamaha has been from me. One of the biggest challenges are faced so far at this point where i'm at is learning to accept people's ability to recognize you because one of our phrases for the radio station is voice of the lakota nation. And i go around and people call me the voice which is in my head and extremely heavy position and i think the other challenges actually having the resources and time to actually get out and make some of these stories be heard. I remember hanging out with you in the booth. When you're on the air at keeley radio and hearing all the local announcements and community information you were sharing. I imagine the stakes of that kind of information over the past year has been really high stakes stuff. Yes so because of the pandemic we've been pushing our public service announcements out. Maybe two hundred plus. i mean. we're really making sure that people are informed. The problem is is convincing not convincing telling people that the vaccines are safe. This information that were providing is not to scare you but it's to inform you and so yeah for the past year. Oh man we've been like pumping out information like crazy. I don't even think we play music very much in the afternoon anymore. We were constantly sharing information. That's that for sure has been like our biggest change in the past. I mean forever. During the week we spent together back in twenty eighteen. Arlo i get to meet your family. i want to ask you how they're doing Specifically wife lisa She's just an awesome person. I want to ask you about her But first let me go ahead and play this excerpt with her from a few years ago or making.

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"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Episodes in saint louis detroit and atlanta chicago. Lots of places around the us. We even got to travel to the pine ridge reservation in south dakota and partner with keeley radio voice of the likud nation to do an episode there. We're on this reservation at fifty one hundred miles but yet we're surviving no matter what they did to us holiday dishonest reservation. We're still surviving this episode. We're reconnecting with our keeley. Radio partner at pine ridge are low iron clough to hear how life has changed for him over the past few years. Man it was scary. I think we fell behind like four months on rent. But i knew it was okay for me to like go back into the hills where which is where we love so we spent a lot of time out there so back in the day one of the other locations we traveled to with out of the blocks is a pan. Asian neighborhood in seattle called the chinatown international district. We not only have chinese. We also have job near we. No north korean. That's why be caught his area. Call international district. Chinatown this episode. We're also going to check in with the chinatown international district here. how. The neighborhood has coped with the pandemic. And its accompanying wave of anti-asian hate. You know it's been rumbling in the neighborhood. We have seen signs before of white supremacists posters on our telephone poles but it was more apparent after it was in the media. That's all coming up on out of the blocks right after this support out of the blocks comes from catholic charities employing and serving individuals from all backgrounds and beliefs no one in need is turned away and every donation stays within catholic charities to support neighbors in need more at catholic charities dash md dot org in twenty nineteen. We teamed up with our low iron cloud of keeley radio to make an episode of out of the blocks on the pine ridge reservation and dakota. We're gonna listen back with our low right now to a conversation we had together on that original show and then we're going to get an update from our low about what's going on in his life today. My.

"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Visit song exploded dot net to learn more. you'll find links to buy or stream black dog and you can watch the music video and again if you're having thoughts about suicide if you're worried about someone or you'd like emotional support. The national suicide. Prevention lifeline is available twenty four seven. There's some links with me on this episodes page on the song. Exploiter website and in the show notes for this episode song exploded is brought to you by progressive. Have you tried the name your price tool yet. It works just the way it sounds. You tell progressive how much you wanna pay for car insurance and they'll show you coverage options that fit your budget. It's easy to start a quote and you'll be able to find a rate that works for you. It's just one of the many ways you can save with progressive get your quote today at progressive dot com and see why four out of five new auto customers recommend progressive progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law. Song exploded is made by me with editing. Help from teeny. Lebron and casey deal artwork by carlos lerma and music clearance by kathleen smith special. Thanks to sally martin and digital ebay song exploded is a proud member of radio. Topi from pr x a network of independent listener supported. Artists owned podcasts. You can learn more about our shows at radio. Topa dot fm. You can follow me on twitter and instagram at ritchie. Here way and you can follow the show at song or you can also get a song exploded. Teacher at song exploded dot net slash shirt airway. Thanks for listening for.

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"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

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"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Song Exploder

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Roku Seeks Expansion Into Home Automation

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Roku Seeks Expansion Into Home Automation

"Let's kick it off with roku this is from our friend and former colleague gyanco rutgers. He scooped everyone noting that roku has a job listing and is looking to build out. Its smart home technologies yeah. I'm actually a little surprised. It's taken them this long. They've done really well in like the home entertainment media space for quite a long time. I have a roku actually a roku device or you know. I have a roku device. I have every time we assess our media streaming device because we haven't had cable since two thousand and eight we choose roku and it's because they're not well up until about this year they weren't in the content business so everybody worked with roku and that was very nice in awesome right. We have a tv. With roku built. Tim so i agree with you on the content. It's it's just been very nice. It's a good user interface in general and we get a lot of value from it. So they've done. They've done really well in the space. Lots of partnerships as i said integrated in. Tv's but that's as far as the gone and now it looks like they wanna get into the smart home device business. Yes so yaeko tells us that roku has it demeer skripic who joined the company from amazon. He had worked with teepee links casa smart home unit and at arlo and he's basically trying to build a smart home. Business that includes roku products and integrating roku with other devices in features and by the way all roku is still hiring for smart home folks people to do partnerships. So i know someone out there. Listening to this show is like holy cow. You find that. Job listing

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"arlo" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"arlo" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"They have opinions on the movie. No they saw like this is just around the no and there's just that but the the care chemistry between are low in birdie it is just so endearing there's a part where she opens up about her cell phone securities and arlo just being who he is of just as wang to love everybody. I teared up a logo and just because of how like how our sweet nature this films and the other people can say this is. This movie is way too nice. I'm asleep that complaint before obviously don't reminds me of paddington again. You have a main character that just wants to bring the best in. Everybody and i loved that when you bring some somebody who's just wanting to or wind to get out there and you know beep sing for everybody and be all to be a good sign up to his supposed father once you finally meet him but besides being so sweet it is very funny. There is a lot of great jokes of this throughout the film and the it is almost consistently hilarious They throw a lot of I mean you could tell this from people who wrote adult swim shows. 'cause they throw in some adult swim level jokes in something. That again is rated. Pg that i. I really appreciate and most of it works. There's probably one seem because this was otherwise timeless. It almost feels like it takes place in the nineteen fifties because even get the vehicle or arlo sees for the first time. Said a fifty one. You seeing greece. I forgot the name. The car thought. That's what they were referencing with that couple when he approaches them car most of the times. That doesn't try to reference other films. I mean there's one part where it's trying to make fun of hollywood and like big stardom. There is a couple jokes in that. I didn't think when like yeah. You could have done without that. But when even get to further the plot and even the reveal what makes this film something that will catch you off. Guard is mostly within how it goes about what is otherwise familiar maybe cliche structure because again with the bicials every musical number has its own sort of presentation going. That's fun to look at every time when it gets to the the main story beats you see something that is different about each character's bay avoid tropes they would otherwise may. I mean i'm not gonna give anything away. There's a business type character. Arlo meets later on for. Secondly like okay. This person's all about being rich. And now it's a guy who just wants to provide and he's having to take on the management job Building up a city. It's not a man. I just want money money money money money. No it's that. I got those big responsibility to be a leader and not be able to reveal true self again. The main message of this is about body confidence and just howard handles this as just so beautiful that was touched by it and it makes me feel excited for the series. That's gonna come out later this year that again is going to be directed and written by the same director resists. Well that mean. What will the series be as good as the movie. I don't know will have the budget. I have no idea but it's the move film that i had so much fun with that. Ed touched my heart. And i was just full of joy watching made me feel good inside and the music. Yeah i have it on spotify The songs are that great. Like i didn't even look up the composer as beforehand but if he this composer did some moves the composer for this as i have it here. Alex grand grand dos during Green gus and he is an award winning music composer so i could definitely see that He's he's done quite a variety of different films now. Yeah his last film prior to this was trolls world tour. That movie did not have great music. But i don't blame that on him. I feel like that was something. He did on a paycheck. It's a twenty twenty one release. That's still my favorite movie of the year. So far go see now that makes sense but you know who knows but to be like but to be fair. It's not like we've gotten the cream of the crop really this year. Yes yeah Earth the father. that's up. There is one of my favorites this year. Are you counting. That did it released because like monari technically was released in twenty twenty. 'cause it was shown at sundance that year was promising. Young woman encounters with side of the united states versus billie holiday. The father my favorites this year. Yeah i mean. I haven't seen don't blame. I've seen united states was built holiday. I think this is way better than that. I didn't think that good. I'm sorry. I want a big fan. Either i like the lead performance more than the actual movie. Sometimes that's all you need is just one person to carry you through no-man's-land directing helps to with that is not just not just frances mcdormand. But i mean frances mcdormand one of the best actresses allies worldwide crushing. Like my review. Even only one who fully saw very. I've not questioning. You know i'm guessing i'm not really questioning it because i know the type of person that you are jason. This is arlo. The boy is exactly. What's up your alley. Then is your type of movie completely. Get okay i just. Don't understand how ya judas. The black messiah. I watch it the arthur watch. Yeah and this is a low must watches. Well a least you all all types of movies at least be that. Okay all right. I like types of good movies. So -actly xactly. A good movie is a good movie no matter what is java. It's and then cody since. Why aren't you fish and come back and you could either back in the upper say Yeah i don't get okay. I will.

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Is this the worst year ever for the UK music industry?

Today in Focus

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Is this the worst year ever for the UK music industry?

"How damaging has the pandemic beam to the uk. Music industry in terms of the live industry has been completely devastating. Sophie shows went ahead last year. There were one or two by artists. Like van morrison establish autism can afford to take the risk on having basically half the audience in the socially distance venue parks twenty twenty was going to be a big year for you and in many ways it was. You recorded an album. In lockdown which went to number three of this month here performing caroline from her debut album. It is parks album in. Sunbeam's this out now making her network television debut. Arlo parks sounds. You've done amazingly well considering the circumstances but it's not the you had planned desert young. I mean this time. Last year i'd risen a few songs for the record. But i was ready to go until i was ready to go on my own headline tall and play these festivals. I think we had about fast. He seven festivals booked. In and i was supposed to be towing the states with heavy williams as well Slow slow you know especially at the beginning of of one's career. A lot of it is getting around. Getting out the physically. I think it felt like it was going to be very much of looking outwards and finding out more about myself especially as a performer but it turned into a more inward-looking year more introspective year

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Houston Weather – Scattered showers start your weekend

Sean Hannity

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Houston Weather – Scattered showers start your weekend

"Week. We have been up in the eighties the last couple of days and we've got more mid and upper seventies coming up for Thursday Friday. There's some rain coming down with a cold front to Texas Thursday Friday and then some scattered thunderstorms in early March over the weekend 62 degrees Arlo for tonight. Very mild afternoon showers. Tomorrow. 73 meteorologists Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel Spring like now, 78 sugar Land 78 Katie 79 under mostly cloudy skies in Houston of the ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Ktrh news time. Three old one Our top story in today's ERCOT

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Dallas weather advisory for pockets of freezing drizzle and fog

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas weather advisory for pockets of freezing drizzle and fog

"Winter Weather Advisory Up until 6 A.m. tomorrow morning for pockets of freezing drizzle and fog, and basically a near and north of I 20 is where that winter weather advisory is, in effect that goes all the way up the Lubbock and which top falls All the active winter weather right now is east of Oklahoma City up in the northwestern Arkansas. Our temperatures are cold and it's going to get colder. 38 degrees are high today. Pockets of freezing drizzle possible this afternoon tonight and early Thursday morning, Arlo tonight 30 are high tomorrow, 38 down into the twenties this weekend and teens and single digits possible early next week. With the potential for accumulating snowfall Sunday and Monday. Here in Dallas. Stay

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"arlo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"arlo" Discussed on KCRW

"This is Arlo Parks with two good kcrw. So you practice then you started. He was great. About process something deep inside pinch to touch the bump. Aneurysm stew it born Chimney trying to push sure that's when you see it coming. Got to try to tell me about you can watching you trying to push? Sure. That's when you see it coming up things you want to show you can thank, you know, show Get too good to be true. Thank you. Too cool to show it legacy you're too good to be true. I have my pain up through the way that I say and start to pick up her lips and my night.

Winter Storm Warning Issued in Chicago Area Ahead of Weekend Snowstorm

John Howell

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Winter Storm Warning Issued in Chicago Area Ahead of Weekend Snowstorm

"Into Sunday or some 7 to 10. Inch snowfall totals across the area. Heaviest snow Saturday night around 9 P.m. for Chicago 27 Arlo tonight, increasing clouds and increasing snow chances and wind for Saturday High 35 Low 31. Seven. It snows by midnight Saturday night into Sunday morning and then lights knows Sunday with additional two inches of accumulation high 33 From the Weather Channel meteorologist Scott

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Another cold front this weekend keeps Houston temperate

Sean Hannity

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Another cold front this weekend keeps Houston temperate

"Us up into the weekend and then a cold front clips is tomorrow night. And the numbers drop again for Sunday. Monday here in Houston, start to see some of that South wind here this afternoon taking us up into the mid sixties, Not his cold tonight. 57 Arlo. Afternoon showers with a cold front possible Saturday. 74 then cooler Sunday some shine 67

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"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Service not terminated it and is open to restoring service to parlor if the company's moderation policies come into compliance with aws terms of service. We talk about it. Because i think it's important to know and i was wondering okay. How bad was it. What were they actually objecting to. And this gives us a representative sample of what they say they were objecting to. Yuck gee just. I the only thing i would say about this as Them showing examples and saying how long it took and here examples of what we said. They didn't take down. And and that sort of thing is really. I think healthy for what is otherwise very Free market move on the part of amazon or anyone else deciding to do this. And i think it strikes me as extremely reasonable and told you the way this stuff should go. So maybe don't have hideous horrible stuff on your site or your app. Maybe won't get pulled from places like amazon to me. It's like simple math like to do here. And i liked it. They are being you know somewhat transparent about their reasons for reacting the way they did. That's important to me anyway. Yeah i. I think it's It's something that. I don't wanna pass off the it is. It is a big deal to tell a company. we're no longer going to support you And so i'm glad that amazon has given me or given the courts but by giving the courts at now i get to see a little bit more of why they decided to take this this move. Well let me tell you about a couple of dohrn announcements. You have people at your door. Good news everyone. A couple of doorbell announcements dimension ring announced its doorbells and security cameras will start rolling out and and encryption to users in an opt in basis today as of today that's right ring videos Are already encrypted. But the addition of end to end means only the customer can view them not ring. That's a huge change. Arlo announced its own..

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Ring adds end-to-end video encryption to its doorbells and security cameras at CES 2021

Daily Tech News Show

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Ring adds end-to-end video encryption to its doorbells and security cameras at CES 2021

"A couple of doorbell announcements dimension ring announced its doorbells and security cameras will start rolling out and and encryption to users in an opt in basis today as of today that's right ring videos Are already encrypted. But the addition of end to end means only the customer can view them not ring. That's a huge change. Arlo announced its own. Version of touchless doorbell Similar to one you guys mentioned earlier in the week from alarm dot com arlos version doesn't use a welcome mat though instead. The doorbell just detects when a person is close to the doorbell and rings a chime and shines a light so the person at your door knows. The doorbell has already been rung. Verges sean hollister asked the question of whether existing doorbells that already have cameras and speakers should get a software upgrade to do similar things.

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"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Service not terminated it and is open to restoring service to parlor if the company's moderation policies come into compliance with aws terms of service. We talk about it. Because i think it's important to know and i was wondering okay. How bad was it. What were they actually objecting to. And this gives us a representative sample of what they say they were objecting to. Yuck gee just. I the only thing i would say about this as Them showing examples and saying how long it took and here examples of what we said. They didn't take down. And and that sort of thing is really. I think healthy for what is otherwise very Free market move on the part of amazon or anyone else deciding to do this. And i think it strikes me as extremely reasonable and told you the way this stuff should go. So maybe don't have hideous horrible stuff on your site or your app. Maybe won't get pulled from places like amazon to me. It's like simple math like to do here. And i liked it. They are being you know somewhat transparent about their reasons for reacting the way they did. That's important to me anyway. Yeah i. I think it's It's something that. I don't wanna pass off the it is. It is a big deal to tell a company. we're no longer going to support you And so i'm glad that amazon has given me or given the courts but by giving the courts at now i get to see a little bit more of why they decided to take this this move. Well let me tell you about a couple of dohrn announcements. You have people at your door. Good news everyone. A couple of doorbell announcements dimension ring announced its doorbells and security cameras will start rolling out and and encryption to users in an opt in basis today as of today that's right ring videos Are already encrypted. But the addition of end to end means only the customer can view them not ring. That's a huge change. Arlo announced its own..

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"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Service not terminated it and is open to restoring service to parlor if the company's moderation policies come into compliance with aws terms of service. We talk about it. Because i think it's important to know and i was wondering okay. How bad was it. What were they actually objecting to. And this gives us a representative sample of what they say they were objecting to. Yuck gee just. I the only thing i would say about this as Them showing examples and saying how long it took and here examples of what we said. They didn't take down. And and that sort of thing is really. I think healthy for what is otherwise very Free market move on the part of amazon or anyone else deciding to do this. And i think it strikes me as extremely reasonable and told you the way this stuff should go. So maybe don't have hideous horrible stuff on your site or your app. Maybe won't get pulled from places like amazon to me. It's like simple math like to do here. And i liked it. They are being you know somewhat transparent about their reasons for reacting the way they did. That's important to me anyway. Yeah i. I think it's It's something that. I don't wanna pass off the it is. It is a big deal to tell a company. we're no longer going to support you And so i'm glad that amazon has given me or given the courts but by giving the courts at now i get to see a little bit more of why they decided to take this this move. Well let me tell you about a couple of dohrn announcements. You have people at your door. Good news everyone. A couple of doorbell announcements dimension ring announced its doorbells and security cameras will start rolling out and and encryption to users in an opt in basis today as of today that's right ring videos Are already encrypted. But the addition of end to end means only the customer can view them not ring. That's a huge change. Arlo announced its own..

amazon today Arlo
"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"arlo" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Service not terminated it and is open to restoring service to parlor if the company's moderation policies come into compliance with aws terms of service. We talk about it. Because i think it's important to know and i was wondering okay. How bad was it. What were they actually objecting to. And this gives us a representative sample of what they say they were objecting to. Yuck gee just. I the only thing i would say about this as Them showing examples and saying how long it took and here examples of what we said. They didn't take down. And and that sort of thing is really. I think healthy for what is otherwise very Free market move on the part of amazon or anyone else deciding to do this. And i think it strikes me as extremely reasonable and told you the way this stuff should go. So maybe don't have hideous horrible stuff on your site or your app. Maybe won't get pulled from places like amazon to me. It's like simple math like to do here. And i liked it. They are being you know somewhat transparent about their reasons for reacting the way they did. That's important to me anyway. Yeah i. I think it's It's something that. I don't wanna pass off the it is. It is a big deal to tell a company. we're no longer going to support you And so i'm glad that amazon has given me or given the courts but by giving the courts at now i get to see a little bit more of why they decided to take this this move. Well let me tell you about a couple of dohrn announcements. You have people at your door. Good news everyone. A couple of doorbell announcements dimension ring announced its doorbells and security cameras will start rolling out and and encryption to users in an opt in basis today as of today that's right ring videos Are already encrypted. But the addition of end to end means only the customer can view them not ring. That's a huge change. Arlo announced its own..

amazon today Arlo
SoHo 'Karen' Miya Ponsetto Arrested for Cell Phone Attack in New York, Denies Racial Profiling

Mark Simone

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

SoHo 'Karen' Miya Ponsetto Arrested for Cell Phone Attack in New York, Denies Racial Profiling

"So whole Karen now in police custody, she's the woman who falsely accused a black teenager of stealing her phone. SOHO Karen, a k a. Maya Ponsetto is under arrest and expected to be charged with attempted robbery when she goes before a judge today, the day after Christmas, she was caught on camera assaulting the 14 year old son of jazz musician Cheon Harold at the Arlo Hotel after she accused him of stealing her phone. Where does Ponsetto will face a California judge before being extradited to New York?

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A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York

NBC Nightly News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York

"Just sixty seconds new video of that disturbing confrontation after a woman wrongly accused of black teen of stealing her cell phone. We are back now with the new video of that confrontation in a manhattan hotel. Woman wrongly accusing a black teenager of stealing her cell phone at allegedly attacking him. Here's ron allen. This new hotel surveillance video appears to show the woman grabbing fourteen year. Old kid on herald junior and tackling him after wrongfully accusing the team of taking her phone. The video released by new york city. Police who are asking the public for help finding the woman now. I'm not letting the teams father grammy award. winning musician. cheonan herald senior. I posted this video on instagram. Insisting it's yet another example of racial profiling you can meet. You feel like there's only one. Wh phone made in the world. My son herald says he and his son guests at the arlo. Hotel in manhattan. We're heading out for a meal. Saturday morning when the woman confronted them. I can't even come downstairs in new york city new york city and just go get bruins without being attacked and wrongfully accused of something. It's not clear what happened before or after what's captured on the video. Police say they know who the woman is but have not publicly identified. Her and that her phone was returned by an uber driver. Just after the incident. Investigators say the woman could be charged with assault. Grand larceny or attempted robbery. So this just has to end and when someone does something like this they have to suffer. Consequences nbc news has not been able to reach the woman. She spoke to c. n. By phone saying she is the victim and that she. I asked to see the hotel surveillance video and asked another person in the lobby about her phone. Before confronting the heralds the harold family also wants a civil rights investigation into the hotel. It breaks my heart that this is happening to our son. This could have been avoided in so many ways in a statement. The hotel apologize to the heralds. Adding that will manager quickly called police. More should have been done to deescalate the situation. Run allen nbc. News new york

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Confrontation of Black teen at NYC hotel under investigation

Mark Simone

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Confrontation of Black teen at NYC hotel under investigation

"Office is investigating a case where a black teenager was wrongly accused of stealing a phone from a white woman at a hotel lower Manhattan. Here's WR Scott French jazz musician Cheon Harold recorded his confrontation with a woman wrongly accusing his 14 year old son of taking her iPhone. Was that the Arlo Hotel over the weekend The phone was left in a Newberg and I show them the video and I said, Listen, um, this is To be taken seriously. And they really didn't, a civil rights lawyer now calling for charges against the woman Mayor de Blasio tweeted. This is racism, plain and simple. I'm Scott Pringle, double the O R news and for the first time

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Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel

Mark Simone

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel

"The Manhattan district attorney's office is looking into a case where a black teenager was wrongly accused of stealing a phone from a white woman. Inside the lower Manhattan hotel. Civil rights lawyers want charges brought against the woman seen on video in a confrontation with jazz musician Kenyan Harold in his 14 year old son woman falsely accused the young boy the Arlo Hotel over the weekend. He has not been identified. Mayor de Blasio tweeting It's racism, Plain and Simple

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Confrontation of Black teen at New York City hotel under investigation

AP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Confrontation of Black teen at New York City hotel under investigation

"In which a man said a woman tackled his 14 year old black son in a New York City hotel lobby as she falsely accused the teen of stealing her phone. It's under investigation. Cheon Harold, the prominent jazz trumpeter, posted a widely viewed video of the confrontation of the Arlo Hotel. It was his son, who was tackled. I'm Ed Donahue.

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N.J. Approves $14 Billion in Corporate Tax Breaks in Less Than a Week

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

N.J. Approves $14 Billion in Corporate Tax Breaks in Less Than a Week

"Approving a corporate tax incentive plan costing over eight billion that would end up mired in controversy. The state legislatures approved an even bigger program, perhaps more than 14.4 billion in the coming year. If every tax break is approved and awarded, the plan provides more than $1.7 billion a year for corporate tax incentives, Senator Pulse Arlo says the bill addresses the shortcomings exposed in the last tax incentives Law bill that we are going to need In order to survive in order to stimulate our economy, generate their economy and incentivize our economy going forward post pandemic, The Assembly passed the bill 68 to 11. The Senate passed a 38 tow one with only Senator Mike Doherty opposed. I see a very complex is quoting capitalism Plan here at the Statehouse. Michel Simon Stew Jersey one of 1.5 News, Somebody jersey's first

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Interview With TripleLift Founder And CSO Ari Lewine

AdExchanger Talks

05:28 min | 2 years ago

Interview With TripleLift Founder And CSO Ari Lewine

"Our Hawaiian is chief strategy officer and CO founder triple lift. An eight year old programmatic advertising technology company triple lift has developed at products that have a closer match to the look feel and voice. But. Wide Range of media types and environments sounds like native. That's what they do They also support video in ot advertising and have other initiatives as well. Excited to have Arianna talk about some of that I reached out to our because I think he has a unique. Perspective on. Programmatic advertising at the current state of digital advertising overall that sometimes runs against the the larger narrative which is, which can be a negative narrative at times. So I'm looking forward to chatting him with him about that as well. Ari Welcome. Thank you so much act I'm delighted and honored to be here. Great to have you here Let's have a minute on you I. You got into start up stuff like right out of college. Is that right? Yeah. Even actually in college I. Ran My first startup analysis seventeen years old where I was really fortunate to be at a school that took entrepreneurship really seriously in fact, I I majored in entrepreneurship which is hard to believe as even a thing. And there were local businesses on my campus. I was able to as able to buy one into one of them. That did local shipping and storage, and so I got sort of taste in above that is still with me to this day building businesses from the ground up and just trying to make customer super happy. And we're your parents entrepreneurs have how did you get this bug? Yeah. So my parents are also entrepreneurs preneurs They started something on the order a dozen different companies. Many of them, not successful. And so I got to sort of see that growing up what I think is really important. It's like being around that failure from a young age and not having any stigma towards it was really impactful for me because. It shows that it's okay. As long as You keep trying my parents certainly keep trying in in some of them. Worked out okay and so I was fortunate to be in the sort of like environment where starting businesses was normal and expected in my parents very much supported me even at very young age when I tell them, this is what I want to do with my life I want to be an entrepreneur. And did they. Actively, encourage you was a kind of A. Son You're going to be startup founder. Yeah. It wasn't like you know. Jewish boy, and so the first inclination was to be neurosurgeon button when I got a D. on my first bio exam I think entrepreneurship became the clear path and it's funny because I was just going through things of my childhood from home and apparently when I was four years old, we went to FAO Schwarz he'll toy store and they printed. Out A car said Arlo an entrepreneur and so I think clearly there was there was maybe some program going on from a young age that that this was a path that they would like to see me go down and I've been very fortunate to be able to do it. I think it's like one of the most wonderful things that's happened because Entrepreneurship for many isn't considered a path at all like when you go to college or when you're young that isn't a thing that you think about you often think about professions that have a very clear path. And Entrepreneurship is not a clear path. So I would I try and do now in my clinical free time is I'm help other spying entrepreneurs. With their path towards entrepreneurship because I think, it's one of the most wonderful fans. That's Kinda funny. Hey honey sign's kind of a poor student. Push them towards the Internet. Yeah. That's where he belongs. No, that's great and Tacos through these couple of jobs you had before founding triple, you were head of business, development, oyster dot, com what was that all about? So Dot Com was a hotel review site that was subsequently acquired by trip advisor and a really beautiful idea which is people spend a lot of money on vacations and the worst thing that can happen is you get there and the hotel is not what you expected or paid for. And so the idea was to send a undercover reporters to full real expose on what the hotel is actually like with real unadulterated unedited photos and Iran monetization there. So this was a really crazy experience where they were publisher and I was twenty years old. They brought me on to make money from ads and I didn't know anything about online advertising. I just graduated college. And it was still the middle of the recession. and. So what I what I did is basically called up at that time it was ad networks. And I asked to speak with the product folks and I would just pepper them with hours of questions about how their technology worked, how the relationships of publishers and advertisers work. Essentially, I was able to learn from them how the industry worked at that time. There wasn't the wealth of knowledge of the sort of add exchanger dot com, a publications that we have today, and so one of the only way to learn about it was from other people and I was able to learn basically from the partnerships in vendors use are the publisher side and so. I started on the publisher cited from there I went to APP nexus. which became clear because when I was at one of the things I was doing all the time was you know in my lunch breaks I would log into DSP and start changing the line nine of prioritization across the different campaigns and ad networks I was working with. So I, was looking at who is paying me the that day and I would tweak the waterfall

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Boeing to cut 16,000 more jobs as pandemic hits aircraft demand

America's Morning News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Boeing to cut 16,000 more jobs as pandemic hits aircraft demand

"Already shedding 16,000 jobs. It's set on Wednesday It will cut thousands Mohr through the end of next year as the pandemic drives down demand for aircraft and travel. The company's losses of mounted as it struggles from the 7 37 Max crisis, of course. And those problems exacerbated by the Corona virus pandemic. Boeing CEO David Calhoun You know, we've got to make the adjustments that we've gotta make. Our production rate will hit their low. The same production rates that we've described previously will hit Arlo. What about the midpoint of next year? So no this gradual reductions as we move rates down well occur with that period of time. I do believe that those rates are appropriate, knowing everything I know and based on every latest conversation with airlines around the world. Um, So, yes, I'm confident that the forecast that we are we're handing out today is a conservative forecast that we can live, too. I also believe by the end of next year, there's a chance the psychology with respect to the virus. Provided a vaccine shows up somewhere over the course of next year will be very different, and I'm I'm hoping that the recovery comes from her rather than later. Liquidity is the metric of the day for the travel industry and for going on, and we have to keep our eyes squarely focused on it. Stay conservative with a balance, she make sure we've got enough So when the turn happens, we're ready for it and we can respond. What I think will be Ultimately a robust recovery. Calhoun reiterating to CNBC expectations that regulators would soon left their ban on the 7 37 Max. That grounding put in place early last year after two fatal crashes killed 346.

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Arlo Guthrie, citing health, says he's retired from touring

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Arlo Guthrie, citing health, says he's retired from touring

"Folk singer Arlo Guthrie's announced that he's retiring for health reasons even canceling shows that were planned for next year yeah and if you want that addresses best known for this thanksgiving classic about his arrest in nineteen sixty five Arlo Guthrie the son of music legend Woody Guthrie says after more than fifty years and two strokes it's time to hang up the gone Fishin sign Guthrie leaves us with Alice's restaurant master creek in eighteen minutes satirical blues ballad about him getting arrested for littering which kept him out of the Vietnam War because he wasn't enough to John on may burn women kids houses in villages after being a letter about well got three often disappointed fans by not playing Alice's restaurant at live shows he felt that he would during next year's tour but now that it's been canceled hi Jackie Quinn and this is

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Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug   'middlemen'

C-SPAN Programming

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug 'middlemen'

"The Supreme Court began its 2020 term this week today, a case involving prescription drug prices. The issue is whether federal law prevents states from regulating middlemen known as pharmacy benefit management managers or PM's. Here's a minute of the oral argument. This is the Chief Justice John Roberts, questioning the Arkansas solicitor General Nicholas Brownie. Counsel. Your basic point, it seems to me is that the law regulates drug prices. That's certainly the purpose of it. But what it doesn't say anything about drug prices instead. It talks about what plans have to pay for benefits, the methodology of determining the amount to be paid the timing and procedures for updating payment schedules. The dispute resolution process is remedies. It has things like authorizing, declining to dispense. I mean, at the end of the day, all this might have an impact on drug prices. But it seems to me that it's very different on DH. Those differences really do Goto what Risa is Trying to regulate Your Honor, I I think at the end of the day, the one thing that affects plans and in fact, the only way in which that Arlo actually affects plans, it might alter what plans ultimately paid. Our law does not apply directly to plans are laws directed at PB EMS. On DH. What pm's pay pharmacies. So in that sense, the only effect on a plan or the only effective plan might see might be the possibility that at the end of the day, it might pay a little bit more. But that's the same thing that was true in travelers and travelers when New York regulated what commercial insurers or pain hospitals with the third charges This court acknowledged that the odds were that those surcharges would be passed on to the plans and that might affect how the the benefits packages that the plane might choose to offer. It might influence the choice of administrator but What the court emphasized, is at the end of the day that that's just cost, and it might influence shopping decisions. But ultimately, what's important is it's not dictating substantive planned decision making, and the same thing is true here. We haven't dictated how plans resolve anything. We haven't dictated playing decision making about what to provide or how to provide it or anything like that. All of the mechanisms that your honor referred to really are mechanisms that are PBM mechanisms. The plan. I don't have any insight into any of that stuff and again From a plant's perspective, the only impact will be on prices just like it was true and travelers.

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