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Bloomberg Radio New York
"ashley joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much. I'll mark it in economic watches are still scratching their heads over the most. Recent monthly jobs report when employers have, but you know what? Two years. A while ago, two years, things like a long time. Two years as fast and all right, there we go. Sometimes it happens. Just gremlins, gremlins around on this crazy Wednesday. All right, so we're talking about the last jobs report where we had about more than half a million jobs in January created. I mean, it was just massive. You also had the unemployment rate unexpectedly retreating to its lowest since 1969. We know Maddie that the tight labor market persists for many types of workers including blacksmiths, enter robots. Story, we've got here with more on this story, you can find it online at Bloomberg dot com slash businessweek and on the Bloomberg but let's get to it with Ashley Vance Bloomberg businessweek features, writer, and author of Elon Musk, Tesla, SpaceX, and the quest for fantastic future. Ashley joins us via Zoom from Palo Alto, California, Ashley, great to speak with you. I think we are all incredibly jealous of you because you have the coolest job in the world. You get to try all of this cool stuff. Tell me about this latest cool technology that you tried out. Yeah, well, a few months ago, I went to this company called Machina labs. They're based in Southern California near Los Angeles, and they've developed these robots, but really some software and a lot of sensors to go along with it that allows them to bend sheet metal to shape metal in ways that would have been done that has been done for centuries by blacksmiths and. It's just this kind of radical new form of manufacturing automated manufacturing that could be a huge boon to industry overall. Is this ultimately Ashley something that can really scale up, ramp up at some point in the future? Yeah, you know, right now this company they're working with, they're working with NASA, the air force they're building in some cases kind of spare parts for fighter jet that's really hard to source or body panels for rocket or something like that. So not quite mass manufacturing yet. The plan if all things work out is to have tons of these robots and have them go at this on a larger scale. And so it could be, but in general, mass manufacturing with dyes where you're stamping out parts will probably be cheaper for a long time. But this still has a big role. All right. Ashley I'm waiting for everybody on Twitter to be like, see, we were right. Robots are going to replace our jobs. I mean, but that's not kind of what this is about. This is, I mean, we don't have a lot of folks necessarily going into wanting to be blacksmiths or metalworking, right? And we have a tight labor market, but there's even a bigger thing of people not wanting to go into what many would call the trades. But yeah, exactly. I mean, if you go talk, I spend my time talking to manufacturing companies and customers. And the biggest problem right now is we had tons, especially in the U.S., lots of kind of mom and pop shops. They got kind of big, but they would do a lot of this metal work, even for companies like SpaceX and still happens today. And in a lot of cases, the kids have not ended up wanting to go take over the company, other younger people haven't pursued these trades. And so right now we have this huge delays in getting spare parts in manufacturing writ large. And so it's not really replacing jobs as much as it's filling jobs that just are not existing right now. So what is the economic impact then for the consumer at the end of this whole chain? Selfishly, does this make anything cheaper for us? It could make big things cheaper. One of the most exciting parts of what marketers doing is that these robots can kind of do things really that humans can't and because you don't have to, if you're a company, if you're a maker of cars, you don't have to put this huge investment. The dyes that they use to stamp out body parts cost hundreds of millions of dollars when all of a sudden done. So if you want to customize car, you want something that's unique, these robots could do that cost effectively. And so there's this idea that we might have much more choice and variety in some of these things that we buy. How much are these puppies cost? Well, the starter pack for the robot. The starter pack. It's about $2.5 million. You get two of these robots. They look like the ones that people might have seen on an automaker's line, a big arm that does stuff at the end. And then there's this big contraption that holds the sheet metal and the real trick here is that metal behaves really strangely when you bend it and start working with it. And it does odd things. And that's why we have blacksmiths that have learned this stuff over centuries. And so these robots with their software that comes in the package actually know how to do these techniques and they use AI software to get better over time and so but you're kind of starting at about 2.5 million. Well, I want to pick up on what you're mentioning that it takes like this intense mastery of the craft, how surprised were you that a robot was able to successfully do this? I was pretty shocked so for the story very quickly I had my face digitized. It was scanned by a laser and turned into this 3D image that the computer could feed into the robots and I expected something really crude to myself to come out on the other side. I still think the robot would, you know, when you see these arms, they're huge. I didn't think it would be able to get all the contours of my face. And it did, you know, it'd be created this kind of four foot large bust of me and it's very lifelike. It scares my children. I put it by them to keep a watch on them when I'm not around. Is it in the house somewhere? Keep this souvenir and so sheet over it. You know, you're hiding it from kids. No, go ahead. Well, I was kind of shocked because I was thinking, I could see like a body panel for a car, just sort of shaping metal into a curve, but this has my nose, my nostrils, my lips, everything. And so, you know, when you see this giant robot doing this, they have the small tools at the end. It was quite remarkable. I love this line in your story how you say that muck and his robots are still too slow to replace the mass production portion, I guess
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ashley joins" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul fine bomb show, our Ford podcast. We've had quite an afternoon here, celebrating 50 years of title 9 and we end up death that is a natural wood. So we've talked to Ashley many times in the past and the former editor of the crimson and white. She's now the editor in chief of 1956 magazine at the university of Alabama and Ashley, it has been too long. First of all, how are you? And what's going on in your life? Good afternoon. Hi, Paul. How are you? We are doing great. We have spent today talking about this momentous occasion, and I'm curious. 30 years, maybe 20 years, the youngest guest we've had, so I'm particularly interested in you living in a different world and tameka and Hannah storm, who grew up in the 60s and 70s in our first guest who played ball in the 60s and 70s. What does this mean to you? The celebration and I think we'd all be interested in what you have to say. Yeah, so I was born a little bit after title 9 was first enacted, but I think my wife especially being a woman in sports would be a whole heck of a lot different. If it didn't exist and I am just grateful for the women that came before me, that made it possible. For us to have a place in sports and I'm just excited to be a part of the new ways to continue with the charge to have a better future and create more opportunities for women in sports. And I think I would like to ask you about because there are so many things different today, but just having been the editor of a newspaper, a big sports fan, obviously, how would you juxtapose this moment in time and especially in terms of what's left, because nobody ever wants to say, I'm satisfied with where we are. People innovators creative people are always pushing, pushing The Rock uphill. Where do you think we need to go from here? I think from here, we need to just continue to create opportunities for women. We've done a great job so far, but there are still areas of inequality between events, sports and women's sports data that needs to be fixed. And I just think right now, it's a great stepping stone. 15 years in power lines when it could have been easily could be more years of fighting for women to get a place in the sport. So I think we've done a good job so far right now, but I think there's still a whole heck of a lot more to be done to create true equality and equity throughout sports. Ashley, as the editor of the campus newspaper, a campus, we all know what the dominant sports is. But how did you go about trying to maintain a balance to your readers? Who are students primarily interested in all things? Yeah, so that was kind of one of my goals when I first got hired as sports editors. Even when I was assistant sports editors back in the beginning part of 2021, I wanted to create a space for wherever students could see themselves in the paper and see themselves in the fort, not everyone likes football at the university of Albany on the concrete. Not everyone likes basketball, but there are people that are like, oh, look, this is what I like softball. And they deserve the coverage. That the other sports may get and I just made that admission. And part of my own just having that passion kind of to create to equal the playing field of how we publish work at the university because we have a unique student journalist who we have a unique opportunity that we're connected on campus because we live, we go to class, some of us work on campus outside of this. So we have a lot of ins and outs. So we know what the students want. And we kind of bring that and try to make our coverage as equal as possible. And I know for a fact that there were people that were interested in this basketball when I started covering it back in 2020 and I knew that that was the soul spot for The CW. And just one of the sports in general, that was kind of a sore spot. And I just wanted to make it known that I wanted to increase our coverage. It's not own woman's sport. So all of their sports on campus and I think I did a pretty good job of that or my team did a pretty good job of that. I wouldn't have been able to do it by myself. I had a really good team of writers that understood my vision and helped me kind of put that into fruition. Can I actually, it is dramatically different than it was because many, many years ahead of you and even in my own college sports days. You did it, but there was no enthusiasm for it because of the time. I'm sure there is always resistance, but it doesn't sound like you, you found much. It sounds like people listen to you and wanted to enact the coverage that was necessary and inequitable as opposed to we're just doing this to do it. Well, not everybody listens. But I'm loud enough to where I can drown them out. So I just kept pushing. You know, there were a lot of mainly people that I worked with, but kind of spend a lot of them of course questioning why we didn't care about it. And I'm like, listen, it's a sport at the university. I am the sports editor and it's my responsibility to cover the sport as I would do football as I was doing basketball as I would be baseball. You know, this is a sport that deserves to get covered. I don't care if they law school days in a row, we will cover Alabama when we are available in a row. So they deserve the coverage and I just kind of, you know, the resistance that I got just made me want to cover the sport even more because I knew those people at the top that were screaming like don't do this. Why do we care why should we care? Why are you talking about Alabama women's basketball? There are people out there that genuinely care. In January, we're interested in what we were doing. And that is more important than what anybody can say on social media about not doing this at all. Actually, I mentioned your position with the 1956 magazine having lived in Alabama. I'm pretty sure I know exactly what that's symbolizes, but to those who don't, can you explain the purpose of the magazine to all of us? Yeah, for sure. So in 1956 magazine started in 2020. By piano Kate, she has graduated. She was younger than she before me. Her vision for the magazine came during the protest to the Black Lives Matter protests and she wanted to create a space for black students at the university to have a voice and share some experiences in their lifestyle on campus and that's kind of what the magazine is dedicated to black lifestyle and culture at UA but also across the country in 1956 is the year that often we see fosters first integrated universities. So that's why it's called 1956. But yeah, I've been working with them since the start of the magazine. I started as a contributor. As a writer, and then I moved up to teachers and experiences editor last year and now I'm in charge now. So it's been a great time. It's been really fun to work with him because I get the right stories that I don't typically write. And I was just been grateful to get this opportunity to continue this project into the future. Well, actually, we continue from a distance. I might add to be very proud of your success. It's always great to interact and we will be on campus not too far away and we certainly hope to see you. Thanks for making time and come back always. We look forward to it. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you very much. Ashley, joining us from Tuscaloosa and we will take a short break..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ashley joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You so much Well with everything going on in the world I love love when our Bloomberg team draws our attention to innovation going on around the world And I definitely saw that last weekend of Panama some of the unicorn startups in Latin America Now it's Ashley Vance's turn in a story in this week's new upcoming issue of Bloomberg business week out later on this week To me is introducing us to a company that discuss its business with the news media Bloomberg for the first time Yeah I had never heard of it before reading this story The company's called meter It's founded by two brothers and it's got a new way to get workplaces online as well as some noteworthy backers as well Join us now is Ashley Vance features writer for Bloomberg businessweek Ashley's also the author of Elon Musk Tesla SpaceX and the quest for a fantastic future Ashley joins us on the phone from Palo Alto California Joel Weber is the editor of Bloomberg businessweek He's with us in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio Joel is actually right a couple of brothers such as these could go off in the graduate college early They could go off and they could basically do anything They could go work at a crypto startup or start their own crypto company They choose to solve a problem that many people would say wait a second that's not necessarily the you know for lack of a better term sexy thing to be doing right now That's right Although maybe starting another crypto company wouldn't be the right call right now either Good point What I liked about the story was just when we think about the way the world works there are things that the world seems to maybe have forgotten and have you tried turning off that router You have bad Wi-Fi is one of them And I've done that at home many times I've turned it on to during the pandemic It worked sometimes The other place that that happens is in offices And it makes these brothers interesting is this whole startup is about bringing better Wi-Fi to the office which hey in these times of RTO anything counts right Ashley so where did this idea come from Yeah well these brothers are fascinating I mean to your point anneal and sunil vien sanni are their names and I mean they're kind of throwbacks to me They had this business in college and installing networking equipment at offices and they realized it was just too hard And so they decided to go fix the problem they'll all this new networking hardware and software at themselves but the big idea here is you're a company you move into a new office space You want to set up Internet It's still this kind of archaic process where you have to call about 5 different companies to make that happen And so they want it to be more like setting up your telephone or your water in your office where you essentially just kind of click a button or a button on a website and it appears And so it's one thing to for you and I to have this idea and I like to tell you were dating yourself there actually But they actually have an interesting rolodex and they were able to get some interesting backers Who did they call and who put money behind them Yeah the back is kind of like a who's who but that you can imagine And Silicon Valley you've got the Collison brothers who started stripe Diane Greene who started VA you got turban who runs silver Lake Sam Altman at OpenAI I mean the funny thing about this story is they list of investors is incredibly impressive but this company is operated for about 6 years It almost complete secrecy And so all these people somehow kept this a secret This is the first time the founders ever talked that anyone written a single story about this company called leader It's so interesting actually because these guys you know you could try to solve a problem from Silicon Valley or from Virginia or from New York City But these guys actually moved to Shenzhen because the hardware in this they really wanted to understand the hardware here Talk about what they did in order to really make it so they understood the ins and outs of the business Yeah I thought this was kind of when I started to think they were the real deal They had this previous networking business that they started in college and they took all that money and they just blew on a whim almost to Shenzhen and decided they were going to manufacture their own line of routers and switches and access points but they had to talk their way into it And so they lived in a hostel for 18 months and did manage to talk their way into a factory They would sleep on the factory floor and they had their beds They had no beds even in their hospital It was also of their networking gear And so these were two kids that you know they believed in themselves and then they wanted to know every little piece of how this works And so they funded before they got all these big name backers They funded all of that themselves and lived through it So I get it and I could see and as you report that a lot of companies they've already got a lot of clients out there some larger ones But is there success based on really lining up Massive companies who already have invested so much in their own networks at this point They want to get there but it's obviously a harder sell Traditionally what you do is you're in a building you've bought a ton of equipment probably for the Cisco you probably have people on staff who manage all that stuff You've invested millions of dollars to have the Internet working at your office And so to rip all of that out and bet on a startup is a little bit harder But if you're a company you could be a large company that's moving into a new office that you don't want to go through all that pain again with the idea as you call meter and they set everything up for you and Bill you per month And so I think that's the easier sell right now is startup companies moving to a new spot And once you're in the cloud everything goes great right That was good What else could go wrong here though Ashley I mean you know they've got serious challenges ahead of them which is like the network If your Wi-Fi not working at the office you're going to hear about it if there's some security disaster you're going to hear about that and possibly get egg on your face publicly And so it's a young company They have to prove that their networking gear is as good as they say it is So this is going to be it's going to be a long march that said they reminded me a lot of kind of like a young VMware Just if potentially this huge infrastructure play if they get it right And so it's a big deal Does a company like this Ashley in like I don't want to put the cart too much before the horse but it's got some big name backers and they're looking for an exit here Is this the type of company that IPOs or gets acquired by an established player Like a Cisco Yeah Exactly Yeah this is a concern because Cisco through the years has been a lot of the most acquisitive companies ever And what generally happens is as soon as you're doing well and networking Cisco buys you a Juniper by you and there's a tendency for the technology to languish Of course these founders as they always say you know probably they're not going to do that They're in this for the long haul They're going to be the ones who stick it out There will see if history is our guide Cisco tends to end up with this stuff but these brothers seem quite determined.
Lovett or Leave It
"ashley joins" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Like could be a fluke. I do and it's good to see everybody last week. I felt i was a little too amped as a little too excited. It worked live. I was worried. Those little to activated in the recording some taking a moment to take it in thank you. I see that you have a pika chew jacket. i started with. What early early in life early tonight. Early as opposed to what you were going to reveal it later i see so early by timetable. You had set for yourself as to when you were going to peacock with that fucking pichu jacket and get my attention but you got a little chilly and so you put it over your legs and i came over here first. You're being modest. And now i'm talking to you a what you later. That amazing song was by mark. Coughlan if you live or steam please send it to us at leave. It at crooked dot com. Also we're trying an experiment tonight. Which is we have a board in the back where you can put your own high notes and so we're gonna do the high notes live so if you want to leave a high note for us to talk about at the end of the show put it up on the board at a moment where it wouldn't be too distracting for me for the people around you. Show some damn respect on this week. Show ashley joins inaugural do not read this book book club. Bj novak wrestles with the very notion of reality and cara link swings by for return of our hot take segment. But first let's get into it. What a week this week representative ro khanna said. We're all thinking about curzon cinema as she continues to drag her feet on passing the reconciliation. Bill i guess the question is what does she want. I think it's obvious. What senator kirsten cinema wants. It's a hot topic. That's just for people over forty in response to pressure both cinema and west. Virginia senator and graffman. You can sort of see centrally making piece of pottery with a ghost joe manchin. There's a softness there. You know what i'm saying. It's there we can deny but it's their. He released a statement as well. Cinema says she has been providing details negotiations with the white house. Majority leader chuck schumer. Manchin said he is open to a one point five trillion dollar reconciliation. Bill if schumer will agree to stop showing up at his house every morning with one. Lox and cream. Cheese bagels to split. Because he goes because they give you such a big portion sort of sweet to split it when as a reporter where she was with regards to passing the bill. Senator cinema said this. They don't know where you are right so for those. It was a tough audio so someone said the democrats in the house. Don't know where you are. And she said. I'm right by the elevator. Because she's doing fucking schick. Seattle melted their smoke every third day. And she's like. I got jokes. She went on to say. I haven't decided which florida get off on. But i'm definitely going to push every button because i stink. Cinemas also reportedly been to the white house four times. This week is biden attempts to negotiate a deal to pass. Both the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill anyway he also wants to pass build back better. Both very important to buy the bipartisan one for roads and then there's the bills back better for the rest of society. There's the roads one and then there's the one that nobody can summarize because it's childcare. Climate tax cuts. I think dentistry is in there. I think it make dentistry may come out. The point is sometimes. I think it was a mistake for us to organize our entire society around the principle that the people with the greatest pathological need for attention will be granted the most power as a consequence of getting the most attention who wrote this. I hate that about cinema me halfway through it. I realized i may have been pranked. Not even doing the punchline. I hurt my own feeling anyway. About all these shenanigans. Nancy pelosi told the press this then they just tell you about negotiating at the end. That's when you really have to weigh in you cannot tired. you cannot concede. This is the first time. Nancy pelosi is eighty one years old. What is it like to live this way. I regret making dinner plans on a week night. If i don't get an hour to chill between work and leaving my house again. I freak out because i need that moment to get myself together. She's eighty one with my grandparents. Were eighty one. It was like breakfast casino late lunch. Bed she's dangling. Josh god homer over the over the ledge of the fucking capital rotunda. Give me the fucking votes got heimer. I think it's called. Plus it gets a lotta shit but deep down we we water there right now. A little bit come on when questioned. If he was confident that the infrastructure bill would pass on thursday house majority leader. Hoyer said nope as of right now no votes. What's going to happen next in her new memoir former white house. press secretary. Stephanie grissom details. How president trump allegedly underwent a kohanovsky without anesthesia. In order to avoid showing weakness. The whole thing takes place in the weakness though trump did say a little vcr cleaner. I'm so sorry that that killed in the piquiachu section. I will say by twenty twenty two. We're hoping love it or leave. It will be one hundred percent. Poppers jokes on wednesday. Ted cruz tweeted and support. Nba players. Who seem not to be complying with vaccine mandates in new york in san francisco. Saying i stand with kyrie irving and my body my choice i can think of. No better incentive on earth for vacs athletes to get vaccinated than having ted cruz express their support. I don't wanna be with that guy. I had to spell hiree out phonetically. Because i hadn't heard the term before after her daughter's real estate appraiser application was denied by state employees south dakota governor christie. No in her daughter met with the employees her supervisor and the state's labor secretary gnomes daughter was approved. Four months later the agency employee was allegedly forced to retire a week after approving the application to christina daughter. I would just say this dream bigger. Your mom will kill off half the state for a motorcycle parade. You could be surgeon general if you want a lot corruption to become a real estate appraiser saying it's a good job but this week. Facebook announced it planned instagram for kids would be put on pause out of concern. Their platform negatively impacts children's self-image instagram spokesperson said in a statement. We have listened to experts in parents and before launching this project. We.
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"ashley joins" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I think we're trying to like whistle to me. That one of their songs was called one. Said name one. No i was okay. Well it's called one regret referring to gazelles new home as nine hundred thousand dollar cabin on twitter. No only be- not because it is because she was being mean to me. I so i just hit back. But it's a lovely. It will be lovely. It's not level yet. There's you know things happening but once that happens gets the promised land. It'll be cute. Okay do you regret. Not having ashley joined the other ladies for your music video shoot. No allow okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We went through ten items. We got zero regrets. Thank you very much. Thank you stands by most event. Wow you really do yes. Yes okay meredith. This is a good question. Lou lou latifi feeless. Al wants to know what you think of some of the viewers thinking you called the feds on jenn. What's your reaction. Andy haven't you heard me tell everyone not to come after my family. My let's go to our virtual fans meredith. Justin from queens has a question for you justin. Andy hi meredith. Candice i questioned from maryland. What do you think of Heather doubling down on the defense of gin and her comments she made on watch live about always knowing that have Gyn business was shading. Yeah i mean you know. I think that heather. She has a very strong point of view in loyalty and friendships. And i respect that. That's up to heather. That's up to her and jenn. It's not up to me to you. Know cast judgement on someone else's friendship in terms of her saying the jen's business practices. She felt were were shady. I don't even think that was the exact word she used. But in any case you know it all she saying that things unsavory that was it all. She sang that things didn't add up to her as they didn't too many of us and she had no way of knowing why she was just didn't understand it and you know that was up okay. Here's ellen from florida with a question for canvas. this is actually for my girl candice. do you actually think giselle trying to be a good friend To wendy by bringing up the rumors about eddie and do you think it would have been better. If wendy heard it from giselle instead of ashley i think i know that zell was being messy by bringing it up to the group as a whole which is you know part. That's what she does. You have to accept people where they are she's messy. I do think that it might have been received better like as an iota. Better if she had gone directly to wendy. But you know. I still think that wendy was shocked. I've said many times before that. I don't think that wind. I think wendy thought that she was immune from gazelles tirades in her attacks and her her per foolishness. By the way speaking of foolishness. It seemed like dorothy was intimating to robin that she helped financial home. I am. I going to have to bring another d to another reunion. Yeah because like no one is paying for our mortgage except for christopher de bassett and candidates. Dominique dillard bassett dominique. Not the knee. Dominique that's me. Me and my mortgage payments meredith carly. I want to know after seeing jen's reconciliation. Tonight's episode did you. Do you feel just as dubious as whitney. About how real the friendship is. You know. I have never really understood how. They're in jen's dynamic their relationship. So i have no idea i can't i don't know i don't get it. It's up to them. Candice talk to me about the one week versus three wick..
The Ken Coleman Show
"ashley joins" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"So you can get the dream job to work like no one else to live like no one else to give yourself away. This is the ken coleman show. I'm kin your coach counselor in cheerleader. All in one phone call triple eight is not the number joe i just you know i just did there so i'm ramsey solutions. The ramsey show formerly the dave ramsey show second largest radio show in the country. I hosted it for three hours yesterday. And i went into that phone number by the way joe on yesterday show. I've done this about five times in five years. I'm hosting the ramsey show. Hello used to be the dave ramsey. Show my mentor. legend icon. And so i'm in the rhythm and You know take a call. John bologna with me. My my co host and for sally and I i go of the. Ken coleman show the ramsey show. So i've got these numbers going around. And i can go from eight. Four four seven four seven two five seven seven triple eight eight to five five thousand five just like that. I don't even know what show him on. I don't even know where i am. So there you go sorry for the confusion and by the way this is another example of how i do have. Adhd one little slight distraction. And i'm on rabbit trail anyway. The phone number to jump in his eight four seven four seven two five seven seven. But you need to be listening to the rabies. Show every day as well I'm on there once a week. Usually a co host as we talk about your life and money over there as well all right. Let's get to san bernardino california. Where ashley joins us ashley. You're on the ken. Coleman show having you bet ashleigh what's up me.
Building Psychological Strength
"ashley joins" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength
"Artists or specific writers. What is it about fat person. The just triggers that in you and it helps really a let go of the envy and bringing appreciation for them but it also helps you think creatively about what it is you want in your life and why like. Why is that resonating. Yeah that's so good Ashley joins me for these episodes. Sometimes co founder and peak mind. She's a clinical psychologist one of her. Big soapboxes is is around. We'll call them negative emotions but emotions that we just tend to not enjoy having a being envious of other people is something that we don't enjoy and we don't even like to admit that we are like. Oh no i would never want blah blah blah. And i'm like okay. Well you're having a reaction yes you do. And that's okay and her point and then when it's so aligned just what you're saying. Is these emotions. Emotions are a quick and easy way to give us a lot of information all in one burst and especially these difficult emotions that we don't like having anger sadness. Resentment envy those emotions are information rich. If we choose to point ourselves directly at them admit that we're experiencing them and glean the information from them that they hold and it's so beautiful because people who like the life design stuff we talk about this is squarely it right. Like look that envy in the eye and say what can i learn from it because then you're taking that position of like this emotion that i'm not enjoying is actually becoming a tool for me. It's actually shining a light more clearly on a direction. That i can go then. I probably could have figured out. Had i not paid attention to it. It's so good. Yeah well. I think we've just been taught to suppress suppress suppressed. Anything negative we suppress was exhausting. Will in what about me. If i'm envious of this other person that must mean. I'm not good enough in that area or i'm.
The Dave Ramsey Show
"ashley joins" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
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Star Wars Sessions
"ashley joins" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Dhabi share somewhere in dhabi chairman. Drive ins houghton towers and Believe inau albouy is have you. Is there an remember is hyping this behind the scenes year and the whole weekend. We were just gone. Rayo sats practical fag would do like. We were doing that the whole weekend. It was passed affect my boy. I don't think people realize how much of a deal effects warren. This film i think people have kind of forgotten about it. Because the full episodes seven the force wikens hollywood and the film industry in general was just so philip. Cgi green screen. I mean it was it really was everywhere and for the new stall was film. That were like yeah. We're going to be doing a lot of practical effects like a lot and remember that being mentioned almost everywhere do you remember that. And then yes and then we got this and like just to remind you. There's a lot of physical things scale. We've got models. We've got stuff that some fi yet actually on fire. It's not just like cg like we're actually set this thing on fire and abundance a cockpit of a tie fighter so on and so forth. So i thought that was really really special. Yeah in a lot of it was the we were still in our kind of prequel. Fool out era The time there was the which still which do pointing to that disney wanted to call a distance from the prequels a little bit tell their own story and as we now know nine or at this point in the story seeks Disney ofra embraced the pre. No loving it at the time. Though in they were still very aware that the prequel came with a steak moore blue screen. Green screen. Tennis balls on sticks. And i really haven't hung reassess practical effect and this. This is tangible as real as possible. And i deny especially for the newcomers coming in Certainly daisy ridley for her. Who struggled on the first few days of weeks production. She'll be the first to say that. Have you ever speak to our which i could my match new to bain immeasurably worse if the if it was done on the green screen and has nothing to bounce off abc's being onset would have helped massively and they did push argument. You know they have an and they they really did push home that it was all in this together. You know where he where everybody's everybody's in for this real passion emanating from the from the cost. Oscar ozaka boise is being done with such love and such enthusiasm from everybody. And i think you'll be out of fill without coming off screen and of course we haven't seen the film so that don't fit that foods. I kind of like insert comment here but the high you believe it man he actors the actors are coming out with that stuff and lie. You just do you. Do you think yeah. This is going to be specialists nap. They say sometimes can be like. Oh yeah yeah you're gonna love it. I watch and walk off. You can really feel a man. Win is like welcome to day. One of star. We could tell that he's kind of is a big moment. Sang these words matter. Everybody knew what they signed up for. Everybody knew during that time they they knew was pretty special. Yes absolutely my absolutely in this clip. I'm by the while loved. Eli piano in this so good saiga. We see all the boy sunday. Mo- han she's a stormtrooper who we we of course had the privilege of interviewing the nut base weekend a few weeks ago yeah. Proper co guys is a london boy. Knees eason english yeah. It was really co- ridicule and doing the race such for this. That's actually where a notice. Oh sunday there is no matter who was code. I'ma sing sunday. And then thinking man the amana times. I've watched this behind the scenes trailer. Just owner pay. that felt really really cold But that was in july and july twenty fifteen. We didn't actually hear much else. And if on the countdown to watkins people again restless. People wanted to try. I remember deng Instagram and germany will trailer plays. We'll try really that people do now. Its biggest buck base. It there was a lot of benefit outside honestly really wants me up announced so just go away. I remember i've because because i two july fill like a long time. And we got behind the scenes Lucy's room which was wonderful and it just kept the momentum going. They didn't need to time because that shit was gone. People were already in but it kept the high guard but we were getting spoil. July august september october. To wait a few months might. There was a lot of people clamoring trailer. And i remember people getting really payson. We're not. We've only got a few minutes from the film ways. The trailer ways the trailer and and that speaks to the ashes of of people nowadays in the social media generation. We've been whipped into such a frenzy with this fairly constant stream every amounts of content process speculation. Not just on the message boards but in the outlets on the On the online on social media way people just couldn't get enough of the force awakens but they wanted with some footage tangible footage. Yes i saw. I remember being on the cantina. The form that we met on the one you mentioned just to clarify my boy. And i did not know each other. This were you walking in president at the hours. Spent mention that inclosing but yes always working in both. Yes so that's funny actually. We were only a few meters away from each other on a soaking up. Just excitement now. I do remember loads of debate. Going online about he was on either. Trial is going to be this time this time. This and then some guy just bows in absolute hang and says broth is gonna bay on this day news a monday in america for monday night. Football on nfl. Football american football. Yeah fight football and it's going to be on this day. Loads of people seem to back up and this is tom. Light people still. I didn't know who was lay cardinals. Legit this this modern star was fandom really and now are do remember going to bed stop and think it because of the time different is going to be. I would sit to the next day saturday To the morning. So i i do remember my you boy ashley joined sleeping while stall was tried. Learn a few hours. They seize the trailer. This isn't a teaser. This isn't teaser trailers three. This is a trailer more dialogue. More shots more. What are we going to get what we can again. And i do remember in the early. Am i think it must have been about. Four am five am so excited i did actually get up and i checked my phone and the trailer was there. I decided not to watch it. And i decided well a least on no that the rumors were true and then it happened. And it's there. And i went back to sleep and then a woke up early in the morning and.
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"ashley joins" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
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RNZ: The Detail
"ashley joins" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Broad strokes petition. Describe it. I am so Ashley is a woman who's been in an abusive relationship and she is saying will. Why on earth do i need to wait. Two years To get a to thousand my status of being his wife and so she's suggesting that The two year period needs to really be looked at much more carefully particularly in regard to abusive relationships. Even if you are in an abusive relationship you still have to wait out. That two year cooling off period is is that the philosophy behind the that that is create. You still have to wait. Two years of meal and the philosophy behind it was to enable people to have a period of reflection to make sure the marriage was differently over. I think to be fair was also stop. people going. Vote straight into another marriage without stopping to thank you know. So if a person leaves their spouse for another person in the throes of passion of that immediate relationship they remarry net turns out also to fail. The view was they does need to be some period the app to enable objectivity and have a period where you stop and think and philosophically is the amir it to that. Do you think. I mean if you mentioned before that there are numerous privileges that come with marriage. It's not something that should be entered into lightly in the four. I don't know maybe something that should not be exited lightly. I think that there is a justification for saying that they should be some standdown period The justification for that i think is there are people and there will be people who intermarriage saying this is very ver- and the other partner makes a decision. Another spouse makes the decision to end it and they will find that incredibly traumatic and hopeful. And if they're able just to whiz off with their new paramour and get married immediately that that you know that that creates even more conflict particularly if they have children which brings me to my second point where there's children you want stable relationships with possible and a period of reflection period of what went wrong with that marriage m. I sure that. I definitely want to end it. Is this new relationship. That i've moved straight into actually working for me or was i being rosy eyed an idealistic about My new partner. So i think there is still a justification for a period of reflection but i think two years is too long. I would definitely be in favor of coming into alignment with australian lewa and having a twelve month period I think it is on fear to make people wait that long because many people take a long time before leaving marriage and infect by the time they've announced the marriage is over the pretty clear about which path going down and they may want to get remarried to someone who perhaps they've actually been emotion. Vote with for some time and they may be good reasons for why they won't get remarried. So i don't think they should be hamstrung for two years in a piece on the spinoff explaining her petition ashley joined sees the receiver countries with spatial provisions for speed up divorce proceedings. When these events optimistic or six abuse in norway. John's rights you can apply for an instant divorce if these evidence of maltreatment or attempted murder in and you can get immediate divorce if one party is unfaithful or commits sexual. Violence against the partner. Children in canada marriages can be ended. If one party is physically or mentally crew in deeper sees the is scope and new zealand lewa for a similar provisions. Here i can understand that if you've been in an abusive relationship and you finally got out. The last thing you want to do is remain an unmarried state with person. And i think it's fear. I think it's fear that if you prove that. The relationship was abusive that you should be able to end that legal status much more quickly So i think ashley's right And i think she's got a valid point. My only my only issue is we just. We just need to make sure that people don't claim abuse in order to speed up the process that can race off with whoever it is. They want to marry People who are in a hurry to remarry for example but they would be rear and as long as the rules provided for epa david evidence And the ability to dispute it if the other party wanted to it seems to me a very common since provisions and perfectly justified and i. I don't think those people should have to wait really any time at all once. I've got out of the abusive relationship. I mean what is the point. And the reflecting what does the point in reconsidering whether they want to go back into an abusive relationship. The same policy does not apply. We want to encourage people to leave abusive relationships. We don't want them to stay in abusive relationships for this sake or for the sake of any children in the household near enough the state now now if the state admitted us at the state would also say it had cell phone trust in india in those relationships seeming because they cost us all that cost time off. Work that cost hospitalizations. Please time Just looking at it. On a purely economic basis the state should actually have an interest in encouraging people to leave abusive marriages especially jones has been talking about this for quite some time who petition Has been presented and accepted at parliament would be relatively easy to enact the changes that you think that she's asking for here. I suppose she's it's only a petition isn't it is not draft legislation or anything like that so we'll have to go through a full process and that means they are simple changes though i mean the two years to one years change of about one would legislation Ashley's idea that you could also apply to the court and if you can establish that it was an relationship you can get a dissolution too much earlier. that's not major legislative changes pretty straightforward. I would have thought that the kind of change she's talking about and that we've been talking about today in terms of the family. Proceedings eight is simple. It could be done quickly. And i do hope that the politicians do see ashley's petition and hear what new zealand is saying. and move on it because there is there is a small change and shouldn't require government resources visit today. I'm donovan. the detail is brought to you by newsroom. dot co dotting zied and my possible by orangeade ain't easy. You can download us for each your mobile find every day on any podcast platform and if you wanna get in touch email us the detail at rnz dot co dot. Russell produced today's episode. Jeremy ansell in geneva and thanks to lady jane's mafia..