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Blue Jackets beat Lightning 3-1, snap 4-game winless skid

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Blue Jackets beat Lightning 3-1, snap 4-game winless skid

"The lightning have their first three game pointless streak of the season following a three one loss to the blue jackets David Savard scored his first goal in two years to help Columbus snapped a four game winless streak good you know it's been a little while but it is it is it was is a big all the time so it was always fun but it's a big win for us that's all matters Oliver Bjorkstrand and cam Atkinson also scored for the jackets to support Elvis Murs weakens who stopped thirty seven shots Matthew justice scored the lone goal for Tampa Bay Curtis McElhinney stopped eighteen shots the loss drops a lighting into a first place tie with the Panthers in the central division one point ahead of the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie

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David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:10 min | 2 months ago

David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

"Rice was a democratic senator from the state of missouri. He served in the senate for twelve years from eighteen. Forty three to eighteen fifty five. He had a reputation for being extremely pro. Slavery he owned. Slaves supported all of the slave state issues in the run up to the civil war and when the war finally commenced he served in the confederate army as a brigadier general commanding missouri troops. So he's not the finest of people to sit in the upper chamber of congress. Quite frankly if it wasn't for the events that i'll be discussing this episode david. Rice atchison would probably be mostly forgotten to history i. I came across his name years ago and children's book of fun facts which said that he was the president of the united states for one day. This fact has been repeated on and off for over one hundred and fifty years in fact the words president of the united states for one day are on his tombstone in missouri as sort of a testament to his greatest achievement. So is this true. Was david rice. Atchison really the president of the united states for a single day to answer the question. We need to understand exactly what happened in the election of eighteen. Forty eight week party. Candidate zachary taylor comfortably. Defeated democrat lewis. Cass and free soil candidate. Martin van buren incoming president. James polka made a pledge to seek a single term in office and he honored that pledge by not. Running taylor was a career military man who had never expressed any political opinions prior to the election. And in fact he had never voted. He had a great deal of success as a general during the mexican american war which led to his popularity in calls for him to run for president. He wasn't fact recruited by both the whigs and the democrats. The two major political parties at the time to seek office prior to the passage of the twentieth amendment to the constitution the president and all members of congress would take office at noon on march fourth. This lengthy lame duck period made more sense when everyone had to travel by horseback. And that's why was eventually changed. Nonetheless march fourth was the date everyone took office in eighteen forty nine march fourth landed on a sunday. Zachary taylor being a devout man. Didn't want to have his inauguration ceremony. Take place on the sabbath so he postponed one day until monday. March fifth is vice. President millard fillmore also delayed his oath of office until march fifth according to the law at the time which was the presidential succession act of seventeen ninety to the next person in line to the presidency after the vice president was the president pro. Temporary of the united states senate. The vice president is technically the president of the senate. The president pro temporary is the person who presides over the senate when the vice president is not present. The president temporary was david rice. Atchison at the time the position was actually a competitive election today. The president pro temporary is just the senior ranking member of the majority party in the senate. So the argument is that because neither zachary taylor nor millard fillmore didn't take the oath of office on march fourth and waited until march fifth that they weren't president from noon on march fourth until noon on march fifth. That means that the next in line would have been the president pro. Temporary of the senate david rice. So is this true and does this argument. Hold water. The answer is pretty clear in the answer is no and there are a whole bunch of reasons. Why this is the case. I while the constitution does stipulate that the president and the vice president must take the oath of office it only says quote before he enters upon the execution of his office unquote. This is legal hair-splitting but it means before president can do anything presidential e- sign a law. Appoint officials signed a treaty etc. They must i take the oath of office however they can still be the president before taking the oath to illustrate the point. President kennedy was shot at twelve thirty pm on november. Twenty second nineteen sixty three. He was declared dead at one thirty three. Pm and lyndon johnson took the oath of office on air force one at two thirty eight pm. The moment president kennedy was dead. Or at least claire dead. Lyndon johnson became the president in the same way that someone becomes a king the moment the old king dead even if they haven't been coronated. The oath of office is just a way to legally unlock the powers of the presidency after becoming president. As i said this is legal hair-splitting and for all practical purposes it doesn't really matter but for the twenty four hour period before the oath of office zachary. Taylor was the president. If there was an emergency you could have quickly taken the oath of office in private and without a public ceremony and dealt with the crisis as president. The second argument as to why atkinson was never president is that he never took the oath of office. Either if taylor is in president. Because he didn't take the oath of office than atkinson also can't be president by the same logic. The third argument is that he officially wasn't the president pro. Tempore e of the senate. He was the president pro temporary during the previous session of congress. His term expired on march fourth at noon. Just like the presidential term. Did he needed to be reelected again. On march fifth which he was moreover. This wasn't the first time that this had happened in eighteen. Twenty one james monroe delay taking the oath by a day for the exact same reason yet known assumes that someone else was president for a day at johnson himself never claimed to be president at the time. No one seriously thought he was the president. And there's nothing in the congressional record to indicate that he was there are no constitutional scholars presidential historians or even atkinson's owned biographer. Who thinks that he was actually president at best. If you applied a very strict rule to the taking of the oath to become president then you could maybe say that there was a one day interregnum where there was no president but it doesn't follow that atkinson was president.

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Break-In Suspect Arrested After Barricading Himself Inside His Newburyport Home NE Of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Break-In Suspect Arrested After Barricading Himself Inside His Newburyport Home NE Of Boston

"About a man arrested in Newburyport today after he barricaded himself inside his home during a police investigation. Police responded to a call about a break in around 8:15 A.m.. At one stop gas station. The suspect ran away and went into his house on Atkinson Street. The man refused the officer's request to enter his home. Police did take him in to custody and sent him to a local hospital for evaluation. He's expected to put face Charges later

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

"Serves me in my business. A little joke. Here there We we quote comedians. All the time in. I think it certainly. It grows a part of your brain. But that's not why. I listen to comedy. I listen just laugh. But i think the more we can combine that those two elements creating that experience is valued. I and i feel like that may be what you're doing. It was ed intentional. Like you're trying to create an experience for people so yeah they leave with their five nuggets me like i think about my episode. I hope they left with hope. They didn't just leave going. That was a fun. Podcast i listen to. I hope they left with actionable tips to start an affiliate program or to do whatever i know we talked about like the podcast guests and stuff like that. I hope they executed on those things. But like how important is it for you to entertain people with with your podcast as well. I've missed incredibly important. And i think it's something people don't think about and the beauty of having gina. My team is that she. She's actually from new jersey. So if you know anybody from jersey she east coast direct is how i like to call it you know. She'll just say exactly what. She stereotypical jersey. That is what you're saying. All one hundred percent yet are proper. Gysi and i don't do the accent justice you know what's interesting is that she will tell me like will do a podcast interview or on my done. A podcast interview. You could actually be really proud that you pass the nfl two butler. I've done interviews before why she's like. No that's boring. I don't like it and she is this person it's just like look. I only want to put out something but happy to listen to myself. Because i know that my audience is this white. And she's a big part gas. Listen that she listens to reply all and criminal and all these highly produced podcasts and it was really interesting because when we were in this exploratory phase of watkins. Podcast be a really listened to a lot of what she was talking about when she decided to pay coach shutters. It's interesting because we come from these. Two different dynamics. Gina is very much about entertainment and not being bored. And something that hooks you end so that you wanna keep coming back. And i'm very much from his market. Jane and lessons and tactical standpoint where. I don't want it to be the kim kardashian share right like it's not keeping up with the atkinson's it's like i want.

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

"On he. Along with the genus suzanne or the host of the change makers podcast and i was recently a guest on their Talking about Actually i i didn't really talk a lot about affiliate marketing. I actually talked about how to get guest spots on podcasts He wanted to talk about that. The strategy i used so it makes you go. Check that out You definitely wanna check out jamie's podcast and our include a link to that in the show notes to my episode and you can. You can learn that. Because it's not something i've shared publicly other than on his podcast into what jamie now we're talking about. Today is how to build business around a podcast. There's some myths about that. There are some misunderstandings. There's a little bit of like dark art to it. You know i. can you even do it. You know and if so how. How do you do that. Like how do you build a business around podcast. Well people are doing jamie is doing it and i think the more important question is not. How do you build a business around a podcast. Win your celebrity. You know if. You're i don't know tom cruise and you started a podcast more tomorrow. Yeah you can get you know five million downloads and build a business around that if you're one of the podcast supported by npr. Course you can do that if you're the host of a of a show on cnn or you know or fox news and you start a podcast of course you can. Now we're talking about. How do you do it from nothing. That's what jamie did. How do you do it when you don't have an existing or a tiny audience. In how do you build a a legit business one that fund your lifestyle from scratch. That's what this episode is all about. That's why i'm really excited about it. And we're airing this. I don't know when you're listening to it. But we are airing this on black friday. Twenty twenty like retailers dream right. We also have cyber monday. Coming up I'm recording this right before thanksgiving so. I hope you had an amazing thanksgiving..

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"atkinson" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Conversations

"Its advanced sutton forest. So she met him on. Board the cumberland on board now again in our family history There was a great storm at sea and charlotte was swept off her feet and dragged down by the weight of her her great skirt and james atkinson leaped forward and dragged her from the foaming ocean and saved her life and then he wrapped his cloak about her and the next morning he proposed to her. Is that true to that actually happens. I know we're the we always thought. This was a lovely man decides story. But when belinda was transcribing charlotte's on board journal she describes the sane and she described the plaid cloak and he he. He actually reps her in twice on that journey. It's a mark of kind of tender attention keeping her warm and shorts rico. He saved her life. We saved her from drowning on board. This ship being pitched backwards and forwards. Otherwise saved her from drowning during a storm at sea. That's extraordinary and then he proposed to her that only nine each other three weeks. It causes extraordinary scandal that this wealthy young man was marrying the governess and it only known each other for three weeks. Everyone thought she was. You know she done well for herself. But first of all we found the evidence in the chipboard journal that the story was was true and then later linden. I found lost the goshen in the archives of the mitchell library one of charlotte's own sketchbooks draws a picture of herself leaped in this lead cloak of this beautiful picture of herself and when we found it belinda. Just she couldn't play. She was shrinking. God gives the plaid cloak and all the students in the mitchell library studying for their exams. Everyone rope sap shish linden. I was so tremendously excited. Because here's proof that the story that we grew up on the one that would become think he'd been most romanticize embellished was actually true. So they're engaged. They arrive in sydney town as it was in. This is what eighteen eighteen twenty six twenty six right so this is still very early. Newsouth wild well. How long did they have to wait before they could get married well. China worked out her term as as governors and so she worked for the macarthur's in pamela for battle. And what are they thinking that taking off get married after. Just one year as governor. This well you know. We were always told that they weren't very happy about it at all. But in actual fact there are many letters written to charlotte by her her young charges. I'm no who loved her and they. They exchanged letters for the rest of their lives. So i think that probably the adult macarthur's relief will be disappointed that they bought out the top shelf. Governors have enormous cost and inconvenience out from london. And then she gets engaged. I'm sure they will annoyed. But yeah but love love with the love and a life being saved and that's very free to local. Isn't it in days there..

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"atkinson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"How do you get traction when you don't have a name in the marketplace or you don't have a lot of resources to get your business off the ground. Let's all we're gonna talk about in this episode of what's the secret. My special guest. Today are jamie and jean Atkinson there are a couple there the force behind the change makers podcast which you haven't listened to that it's amazing their their interaction their energy. There just the fun they have on. That show is contagious. They're also the creators of the podcast. Prophet lab a stellar community for using podcast who profit and grow not just your audience but also your service practices. So they know their stuff. They were actually featured by russell. Brunson at one of his click bottles events. They were asked to come on and teach about podcasting. And what's interesting about. That is that they were just members in the click funnels group and they you know. They slowly by contributing bringing value to that group ended up on stage with russell talking about podcasts. And you know we talk about this in the interview and this is something you should definitely listen to and take notes on because most people get this entirely wrong. Most people go into other people's groups and they tried to sell and they get kicked out jamie and gina. Do it the right way. So pay particular attention to that and you're gonna love this episode. They were super fun. I actually caught up with them in costa rica. They travel all around the world working their digital nomad.

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French children's podcast platform Keeku launches

podnews

02:51 min | 6 months ago

French children's podcast platform Keeku launches

"Key coup is a new french children's podcast platform which has just launched it features curated children's audio content from a variety of publishers curated by age group theme or time of day. The company says it's good to the mid screen time sprouts have released. Their platform stands for october and will publish these online. Every month from now on apple is now forty seven percent and spotify twenty four point four percent of all the data includes podcast apps episode generation downloads over the first seven days and lots more. The reuters institute has published a new report about daily news podcasts. The research points to them being very successful in terms of total downloads and highlights four types of daily news. Podcast currently available as recline is leaving. Vox the company. He co founded and joining the new york times as columnist and podcast host. He starts in january and leaving luminary. Your lander sang when he is now senior director for programming at npr. Google podcasts third. Most popular podcast app has now reached fifty million installations on android the fat. Mary's podcast is a podcast from australian restaurant. As jake smith and kenny. Graham who in recent episode described their employee's whining and self entitled according to the sydney morning herald podcast producer. James atkinson says that ad-libbing is a risky approach to content curation and business insider writes about your stralia in podcasters who are quote earning thousands of dollars a month for decades a quiet and remote australian country town nurtured a world-class monster. A man who often more than half a century is only now coming into focus as possibly this nation's serial killer his name. Is vince dempsey. Psychopath gangster child killer rapist. That's one of queensland's best known investigative journalists matthew khandan. He's launched a new true crime. Original with bush ca studios ghost gate road examines vince so dempsey a multiple murderer who claims to have killed thirty three people. Though it's thought the real number is more than one hundred. How i found my voice banquets third season. Samir ahmed hosts and talk. Show host graham norton based guest and focus on foot has won the gold award and the people's vote best arts and entertainment. Podcast at the lovey awards season six. We'll start on december. The eighteenth with an extended episode with richard thompson.

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How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:18 min | 6 months ago

How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

"Well come along to help you. Cut it in the hairdressing industry. Podcast my name's dom lane and this podcast as you just heard in the intro is one. I've been wanting to have for a long time particularly as we are now here in england in our next lockdown and many of you are thinking about a new direction in where you go in so who could be better than actually talking about online education than one of the best. I believe in the business. A huge fan of is our love style so delighted to welcome onto the show. The incredible chris. Moody chris welcome to how to cut it down. Thank you so much you such a pleasure to be here. I have to tell you real tingo just as as the show is stocking up there. It's it's such a privileged. This really is the gold standard of podcasting. It really is so excited to be on it. Thank you so inviting the suic- solano just before coming on and you know a saint. I'm i'm i have been a big fan of us for a long time and you know if there's anything we can learn from when it comes to be an educator is you really chris i know you deliver it to so many people i mean. How many people have you do you. Reckon youth now educated in hairdresser to become educated. I dunno most i dunno domino must tens of thousands in the last is really amplified in the last nine months since we went into our original lockdown in march all of our businesses pivoted since march. I think i've done about three hundred and fifty four hundred events. The biggest event is probably had about fifteen hundred people on so And most of the mavericks between fifty and one hundred people on a lot of those event so just in in this year alone in twenty it must be thousands but over the years maybe tens of thousands. I don't know i'm very privileged. I feel really blessed that people come and listen actually so it's really humbling. Think he's become such a big part now. There are so many people the want to become hairdressing educators. I suppose because there are so that you know that a lot of headdresses out there and ha handwriting education has become so accessible but also think you know in the uk all of the uk and island addressing has always been at a very very high standard. And i think people are recognizing in order to compete in to maintain that standard and to keep sort of pushing the barriers education has become more important than ever. It's not enough now to just simply learn your craft over three years or whatever and then you go into your behind the chair unpracticed. Craft things are changing all the time. Fashion technology styles of people are recognizing that they need to keep up with it. So i think as more and more an then it becomes cyclical as more people recognize. How much more there is to learn. The more people feel the need to learn it so it becomes absolutely anita you. You must hear it so often there where people say yet. I want to go into becoming an educator. And that's what. I wanna do ready today. Christie's learned from you the stuff that you take. Because i just to clear up the you have a few kind of different ports where platforms way you educate you. Chris just give us a quick heads up on those that you do provide in people that are interested in becoming educators. While i work a lot for a couple of different brands i work a lot for a global brand of which it has many different subsidiaries and do a lot of education for them Helping teach their trainers and helping to sort of evolve their education. I have some partners in the usa. I work with one of my original teachers. Guy chris barron who's a still a mentor and coach to get mine. And i'm fortunate that i now partner with chris on some platforms of the us in north america within. And i also. I'm part of a program here in the uk called the high performance educated with good friend and business partner. David barnard as well as well as doing some of my own stuff but primarily. I'm working in partnership with other people off or offer major brands for global brands. Now i interviewed. James atkinson the life. Who's a very good friend of mine. He's pretty good friend of yours. To and i said to him. I said chris just there seems to be so many things that you've grown in. The industry has leader name. And i think. I'm curious to actually know who you are. Chris because i see what you do with the education but just give a bit of back history to use the person that you are and how you've got to wear you wall well i. I'm just a working class lot from nov town. I originate from bombs bonds lease really good for producing headdresses. I don't know why bombs lease home to josh. Would andrew barton robert eating. You know we're all from was something in the water that creates these bombs. Lee is a is itself. Your peebles south yorkshire. It's a small mining town in south yorkshire. It's a very humble town. It's a lovely place. I'm proud that i'm from there. I love the place. But it's a very small town humble beginnings

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The Godmother of Rock n Roll

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:25 min | 6 months ago

The Godmother of Rock n Roll

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz virtual or. Otherwise we're your hosts i'm lauren. I joel lloyd. Today i want to. I'm really excited about my topic. Is the best. The kind just like flew through it which is so nice. you know. we've talked about this before but sometimes a big topic. And you're like this to like i just have to finish and torture. And it's the worst and it always ends up being fine one record but the process is catered december. Was that was a that was tough. I apologize for that guys by the way may be on on twitter. I'm gonna tell you this. We did not talk about the at a time but she said what about disaster december. Another uplifting twenty. She was like maybe not something that. That terrible for trials like bridget to jewel. It's a pretty good idea. We can put it on the. I think it's a good idea. She put on the list. So thanks max. Yeah we can do with that. Yeah there's less than we could do that anyway so this is not a disaster. Now this is also something very nice and very fun. And i didn't know a lot about this person when i started researching doing research but it sounds like an amazing person. Today i'm going to be doing an episode on sister. Rosetta tharp the godmother of rock. And roll. gentlemen at this time. Take pleasure at bring it to you. It's one of the world's greatest got save us and get but you also inevitable sister rosetta. So she was amazing so at the top. I'm going to cite my sources. So i got a lot of this information from a documentary from the bbc. Call just just called the story of sister. Rosetta tharp why gild the lily. But the best part. Is you know. Obviously all of the people that they interviewed are american. But the narrator is very posh british so hearing her say things like cotton plant. Arkansas is just It's delicious so regardless anyway sister. Rosetta tharp was born in cotton. Plant arkansas to cotton picking parents. Katie bell knew bin and willis atkins sister arps. Birth name is unknown but researchers have found that it was probably rose ether atkins or atkinson. Okay little is known of her father's well except that he was a singer. Apparently he was like okay. Singer tharp mother. Katie was also a singer and a mandolin player. Deaconess missionary and women's speaker for the church of god in christ from here on out will be called kojak. It's true it's a real real church of god in christ. It's shorten to kojak That was founded in one thousand nine hundred four charles harrison mason who is a black pentecostal bishop and who encouraged rhythmic musical expression dancing in praise and allowing women to sing and teaching church so at the time it was very progressive. It was very musical. There's a lot of energy so kojic is known for that was known for that. Then it is known for that now. so encouraged by her mother tharp against singing and playing the guitar as little rosetta. New been at the age of four and was cited as a musical prodigy right that so around. Nineteen twenty one. When she was six she had joined her mother as a regular performer in a traveling evangelical troop so she was billed as a singing and guitar playing miracle and she accompanied her mother and performances. That were part sermon and part gospel concert before audiences across the american south so in the mid nineteen twenty stop and her mother finally settled in chicago illinois where they performed religious concerts at the roberts temple. Kojak on fortieth street occasionally traveling to perform at church conventions throughout the country so rosetta developed considerable fame in this as a musical prodigy standing out in an era where prominent black female guitarists were rare.

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The Future of Voice Commerce: RCS Messaging

VUX World

06:19 min | 7 months ago

The Future of Voice Commerce: RCS Messaging

"So I'll see, specifically, stance filled rich communication services. He's been around for quite a long sign. Is. It was put together initially by a group of some of the logic carriers. To looking into develop SMS. and. Seeing the the onset of. Turn over the top messaging. So messaging capabilities from the think tech companies. South on facebook. Great examples and I'll see very similar to see that in terms of very modern and rich messaging capability. Nice. Yeah so just going to go straight to the the the big question. What's wrong with us a mess why? Why aren't we just sticking with? that. So I? Think the one thing about. There's nothing grown when it's such I would say it says old technology it's been around full home physiology. I think many people will know that. It has. Something attention is used in the US networks to send data show packet. Of Information Information to each other. When it was Hasn't evolved a lot of being able to naked single message Mungo is involves so. said. Legacy said it's being rattle inside if he works pimple things wrong with I would say that it's securitate And we see a lot of span fraud and obviously it's It's just limited text. funky. Things Attacks Join it because industry twenty seven years ago semesters fake news saying we asked about things that can act in the UK carriers in. Lot of my colleagues several, why would I want to send a message to anybody? I can pick out this fantastic side I feel. Real conversation well, twenty years it's become messaging has become a huge thing. There's limitations as well. So it's black and white. Text messages of simply when it is. The Stanford Short Message Service is message service? Is, comparing black and white TV that has three or four channels to a full. Multimedia TVs to streaming channels in his. Such. A good way of comparing. Semester yesterday. And presumably. Don't. I. Don't know this for sure but presumably s messaging is slightly more pricey. Is it? David is. Actually. If it. Mom. Pricing. So I guess in terms of what's wrong with semester actually, there's nothing wrong with us at actually does what does very efficiently it's very effective of short message chilling is. Actually uses. That as effectively. As, known by Channel A. Of now as to be able to. Reach message terms of price. That's why I can have exactly I can be night. Texas she's on free. Somebody get abundance today. But still international texting cost. That's the reason why we Face question now, for example, because it's it's free mischief nationally. But. That's why. Price this is a obvious. Doesn't pretty. Well because Zach PSOMAS as because they'll being charged for image messages. At, scrape the show compensations but as you start to get a lengthy conversations during a custom. Station you could have thirty. Three agents. So. As must get quite crazy quite frankly. Cases. Galaxy s because it's it's designed. Conversation. Doesn't restrict as. Especially, group. Just Justin so I'm out right in. In. Tim I think you Hudson Corrections for me when I when I asked this prior to this episode. But I'll try I'll try it again because I think it was it was good so. I'm all right in thinking then the ICS message in a way of thinking about is the message in is. What's up. Bought near. On android device. A handset of some description. Yeah. That is a good way I. Think about IT I. Think another way you think about it just to come complement what we just saying there is. Also, the multimedia US today check like. That the top messaging services. Provided by a non telco companies. CS is actually a telco standard is become standard. It's a standardized through as universal profile which is managed to maintain by. GSI and carry astounded you. Get involved we can come to that. L. From what it means is what? About being native, this is crystal this. So you think about it knowledge thing everybody you another one of these on the listening to this set. Got Us. If you've got a mobile phone in your pocket today on your hands, it will. It's a standard saying that it does. Just a dumb. We'll do this and that is the foundation if he likes Ross, we're building upon that and don't. Shipping's Diane Silence. Come with. Capability. Incident. And it's part of the new five G. standards of getting the GPS and I. Want to reset just a bit more in China now that Chinese networks rolling out of five G. as astounded part of this office. Until. You mentioned a couple of times, android phones and and I know you're out Google is that why you're mentioning android phones or is that only android phones that are supporting our? Yes. Yes today, it said today's study to support

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Cardi B SLAMS Candace Owens After She Calls Her an 'Illiterate Rapper'

The Rubin Report

04:28 min | 8 months ago

Cardi B SLAMS Candace Owens After She Calls Her an 'Illiterate Rapper'

"It's blowing up right now. So this is candace owens versus Cardi B. and not just doing this to be silly I. Did they actually got into something kinda substantive here it started when. Canvas was on Ben Shapiro's Sunday special. Let's take look the clip. I completely agree with your assessment about Cardi B. It is one of the biggest insult if Black Americans are not insulted by the fact that Joe Biden who has been hiding in his basement you know for the entire year maiden appear to come up because he was going to do an interview with Cardi B.. We we have nothing better to offer. I. Mean this be tend to. Donald Trump saying I'm going to give no. Interviews, but he came up and he decided to give an interview to Justin Bieber right I mean I wish I actually just be I'm sorry. I know you are a Christian Man I. Don't want to put you in the same boat as Cardi B. but it it would be absurd white America would go what what is this why? Why are you being interviewed by Justin Bieber and it's because you're pandering right? You're pandering you look at Cardi's instagram easy. She has millions of followers and you think. Okay. This is an illiterate person, and if I if I appeal to this a person and she does a group like she literally did in the middle of this interview, they think she's cool. She's hip just by sitting here and and taking this interview walking will vote for me. It's basically saying black people you are stupid. You are dumb and you're so foolish I mean do you think what if she just said in the middle of the interview Joe Biden? Can you name one Cardi B. Album? Not Jimmy favor just one Cardi B. Lyric. He couldn't do it. Of course he's not because he's being handled and they're saying black people like this person this is what they're into, and so here you go talk to her. Okay. So Cardi, b. e. then heard what candy said and she hit back she did a couple of videos I think four videos on instagram shows on camera, but you could hear her talking in the exact quote that she said she's talking about. Canvas she says, she has an identity crisis just because she is black doesn't mean she gives a F- about blacks and you can hear also saying the candidates owns husband George. as part of a group that she like into an upper-class kkk of the UK now first off. I was at Atkinson in Georgia's wedding George a great guy they are a fantastic couple. The wedding was one of the most spectacular weddings I've ever been to and it was just filled. With love and there were black people and white people and there were straight people and gay people and there were Republicans and Democrats, it was it was a truly just a just an absolutely wonderful wedding with with a meeting of Families George comes from an upper class family in the UK. Candice comes from Philly from mostly lower middle class family and that everybody was just dancing and having a great time. So this nonsense from Cardi, B. But anyway, that's what her. Take on what candy said was, and then you know candidates. So she's not just going to sit there and take it. So campus followed up with a couple tweets and I'm going to read to you she said Malcolm X. warned us years ago about the puppetry of interviews like Cardi B. and Joe Biden, he always spoke out against the White Liberal game of using entertainers pawns. This isn't really about you Cardi B. This is about black America Waking Up to Democrat racism. She went on and another tweet to say never listened to a person that has private security but once the public police defended never listened to a millionaire that made it here in America but trashes our country. These Hollywood idols are frauds leading sheep down paths they never took when they discovered success. So so candidates makes what I think are pretty cogent salient points and Cardi B. Then jumps back in. Cardi visas well, paying taxes is something that as much as I hate, it's a reality I will always have to pay but I rather might tax money go to free education than police funding use my money on something useful your president us our tax money to fund is empty camp in ruts. So trump uses his campaign a. Uses the tax money to fund his campaign is that is that right? Well, can't jump back in and said one your tax dollars or ready to go already go to free education. Jesus. That is true to know campaign uses tax dollars for funding. That is illegal that is also true and three defunding police initiatives has led to two hundred percent increases in black men getting shot in inner cities stop supporting black people dying.

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Never Be Royals

Your Brain on Facts

04:59 min | 9 months ago

Never Be Royals

"It has been the habit of kings throughout the world to hire tasters to test their food on the off chance. Some oppressed masses poisoned it. But Henry, the eighth cast, a wider net with his paranoia. He wanted to be certain. No one was going to poison him transdermal either meaning through the skin. He ordered that every morning, the servant, the WHO changed the kings sheets had to kiss every part of the sheets, pillows and blankets they had touched to prove they hadn't smeared poison on them. They also had to test for poison on the cushion of his son. Edwards Chamber Pot. Though the historic record doesn't say how? My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The term mad king re entered the common lexicon a few years back. Thanks to George R. Martin's Song of ice and fire books. We'd have more than enough examples from Europe alone to choose from. George. The third born in Seventeen thirty eight was the English king who lost the American colonies. Though anti-monarchists would record stories of bizarre behavior like George Mistaking and trees for Frederick the Great? The king really did have mental health problems that manifested themselves in different periods of his life. During these times, he suffered from insomnia and talked incessant nonsense for hours. It was not uncommon for a single sentence to contain four hundred words. It has long been suspected that King George suffered from Porfirio. A genetic metabolic disorder that causes depression hallucinations, constipation, purple urine, and severe abdominal pain. However, as will come up frequently today new evidence in theories undermined that original thinking. One of the medicines that king was treated with was Gentian. This plant with its deep blue flowers is still used today as a mild tonic that may turn the urine blue. His incessant liquidity as it was called and his habit of talking until foam ran from his mouth are features that can be seen today in patients with extreme cases of mania from psychiatric illnesses such as bipolar disorder. Besides benign sounding herbal treatments, King George would be restrained in a chair with iron straps for hours. He was also bled forced to vomit and starved suffering under the humour old or four humors school, of medicine. A recent study based on the examination of King. George's hair shows high levels of arsenic administered to him as part of the cure, but would have served to only worsen his symptoms. In the last ten years of his life, his son and Heir George, the fourth served as regent. Fans of the show blackadder will remember George the fourth brilliantly portrayed by Hugh Laurie opposite the Tischler, Rowan Atkinson character. A somewhat annoying little side note when the play the madness of George the third was made into a film. In nineteen, ninety four, the title was changed to the madness of King George. Why for fear that American audiences would think it was a sequel and wouldn't go to see it because they hadn't seen the first two. When your business is running countries and even whole empires you WanNa keep that in the family and the best way to ensure that is to make sure everybody marries somebody there already related to. When you say it like that, it doesn't sound like such a good plan. But that was how royal houses conducted themselves for centuries to ensure they retained their fortunes in the days before even a basic understanding of genetics. When close relatives reproduce, it increases their offspring's chances of being affected by. Recessive traits for all kinds of physical and cognitive disabilities, including things like hemophilia and cystic fibrosis, as well as deformities like the Habsburg jaw. These incestuous pairings also run a greater risk of reduced fertility higher infant mortality, congenital birth defects, certain kinds of cancer suppressed immune systems, and overall smaller adult size. A condition referred to as pedigree collapse. Some royal families kept things closer-knit than others. Maria I of Portugal married her father's younger brother Pedro when she was twenty six and he was forty three. Their son and Heir Joseph married his aunt Maria Sister Benedetta. Therefore, Pedro's daughter-in-law sister

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"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

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"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:05 min | 9 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Certainly Patty Jenkins destroyed dimiss that women could not direct a high budget. Blockbuster movie and just went right out the window. It's a good and bad time because there's just you always move forward and then you know there are people that still come out. There was something in the news about someone acting inappropriately and Ivan going to. Say who but. With a woman and. And it's just like you see this three steps forward and then there's always at least once to back so. It's going to take a while I. Think before we all learn how to treat each other better but. There's some there's some rays of sunlight is I'd like to say breaking through the clouds a little bit. Yeah. I would agree. So after mermaids you planning anything else. So these books are all young adults and I think I would like to write. Something for adults I Love Young adults and I've I've always worked with teenagers in my professional life I wanted to write something for them, and that's why I wrote this and I kept it wholesome people have given me feedback. Not Feedback, I guess it's more like it's really criticism that I haven't put sex in my book, but I didn't want to I, want this to be something that you know the the anyone can read. But I I definitely would like to re to write something with you know strong language and strong feelings you know. Something a little bit more gnarly. So I think an adult man coming in the future. That sounds great and as far as all of your books, they can be available on Amazon Barnes and noble, and if you order is who s are Atkinson Dot com, you can get an autograph copy. Yes exactly. Is this available as an e book as well? The Oliver Books. Yes, well for kindle or for Nook so I think those are go. Nice. I. Think those are the only option kind of a standard question I..

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"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"I have SR Atkinson who has a new novel called treading the Waves It's great to talk to your on Scifi. Talk. INC euthanize to be here I was way. Oh, treading waves. Okay. I have to I saw something on your blog that was actually very moving to me. And it was something where you sat down. In November twenty sixteen to write the novel and of course, you were troubled by everything that was going on. It's time you know with Muslims Mexicans, and LGBT Americans, and how they were being discriminated and you felt strange to write about mermaids and you got a lot of Nice responses from people on twitter, which is that's where I think twitter really showed tours when people come together as a community and really show support for each other rather than just trolling each other I have my two cents but Kinda give me what your reaction was in deduct kind of push you to perceive and to persevere Gola. Yeah. I. Actually I had a really hard time. You know right right after the election results him out, and then subsequently everything that started happening in the country after that, and I thought that it was brutally just ridiculous for me to be writing out mermaid when there there's so much important port in things could be working towards and outreach of support that came from Fan than the community. Please, write this we need our we need something motivating. We need something encouraging and I took it to heart and I made sure that when I wrote this book there were. Very, real teams very important messages and really just hard-working characters that kind of said or did the things that I? Wish I had a platform to say or do I mean I guess my books are my platform but I took it very seriously when I wrote the my whole thing is when you're writing about Mermaid my whole thing is when you're writing about Mermaids, they are they are different than us and you're writing about something that's different and if we can feel sympathy for something..

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Oregon Republican Cliff Bentz wins House primary to replace Greg Walden

America First

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon Republican Cliff Bentz wins House primary to replace Greg Walden

"Across public voters in Oregon's second congressional district chose a former state senator to be their candidate to replace representative Greg Walden who did run for twelve term in the conservative region covering the rural eastern and central part of the state cliff Bentz on Tuesday bested former state legislators Jason Atkinson and loot

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State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:34 min | 1 year ago

State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. 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Canada Air Canada Layoffs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Canada Air Canada Layoffs

"Hi the Mike Italian kind Crossey of the government says a reporting the is layoffs easing the state travel will department's impact restrictions inspector more imposed than general half due has of the to company's been the fired corona thirty virus eight in pandemic thousand the latest employees allowing in a series people of to could trump move be nineteen administration more freely moves inside the school against situated the region government uses where watchdogs they schedule live as by of ninety Monday secretary five of I'm percent state between Mike nations with Pompeii little starting hope has fired of June normal three state traffic department returning inspector soon Italy general impose the Steve carrier nationwide Lim says its workforce look no down reason rules he said in for early the to removal to March be reduced was after given by fifty he became political to the sixty first former country percent assistant outside U. a S. Asia move attorney affected with in California a major June outbreak and seventh Virginia of coronavirus had in served March in the it position announced but the government a since layoff twenty has thirteen gradually in the heart we open in April the of country the work president force as under the Donald rates a Trump cost of infections fired reduction Michael and Atkinson scheme deaths of then Poland the in inspector April general social he proceeded for distancing the intelligence to rehire rules community being who laid implemented played off a key flight role in attendants the sector in the whistle mechanics of the economy blower and complaint that customer have reopened that service lead to trump's now agents the impeachment government is given after the also green the government light in April announced to some trump error removed a wage some Glenn international subsidy Fein travel is plan acting inspector as of but June has general free not committed at the they'll defense be no to maintain quarantine department the program requirement Mike Rossi past the at people June Washington coming six in from I'm outside Charles Italy last month however officials have not yet been specific away attendance themselves can travel to I'm Charles the last month

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Canada Air Canada Layoffs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Canada Air Canada Layoffs

"Hi the Mike Italian kind Crossey of the government says a reporting the is layoffs easing the state travel will department's impact restrictions inspector more imposed than general half due has of the to company's been the fired corona thirty virus eight in pandemic thousand the latest employees allowing in a series people of to could trump move be nineteen administration more freely moves inside the school against situated the region government uses where watchdogs they schedule live as by of ninety Monday secretary five of I'm percent state between Mike nations with Pompeii little starting hope has fired of June normal three state traffic department returning inspector soon Italy general impose the Steve carrier nationwide Lim says its workforce look no down reason rules he said in for early the to removal to March be reduced was after given by fifty he became political to the sixty first former country percent assistant outside U. a S. Asia move attorney affected with in California a major June outbreak and seventh Virginia of coronavirus had in served March in the it position announced but the government a since layoff twenty has thirteen gradually in the heart we open in April the of country the work president force as under the Donald rates a Trump cost of infections fired reduction Michael and Atkinson scheme deaths of then Poland the in inspector April general social he proceeded for distancing the intelligence to rehire rules community being who laid implemented played off a key flight role in attendants the sector in the whistle mechanics of the economy blower and complaint that customer have reopened that service lead to trump's now agents the impeachment government is given after the also green the government light in April announced to some trump error removed a wage some Glenn international subsidy Fein travel is plan acting inspector as of but June has general free not committed at the they'll defense be no to maintain quarantine department the program requirement Mike Rossi past the at people June Washington coming six in from I'm outside Charles Italy last month however officials have not yet been specific away attendance themselves can travel to I'm Charles the last month

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Canada Air Canada Layoffs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Canada Air Canada Layoffs

"Hi the Mike Italian kind Crossey of the government says a reporting the is layoffs easing the state travel will department's impact restrictions inspector more imposed than general half due has of the to company's been the fired corona thirty virus eight in pandemic thousand the latest employees allowing in a series people of to could trump move be nineteen administration more freely moves inside the school against situated the region government uses where watchdogs they schedule live as by of ninety Monday secretary five of I'm percent state between Mike nations with Pompeii little starting hope has fired of June normal three state traffic department returning inspector soon Italy general impose the Steve carrier nationwide Lim says its workforce look no down reason rules he said in for early the to removal to March be reduced was after given by fifty he became political to the sixty first former country percent assistant outside U. a S. Asia move attorney affected with in California a major June outbreak and seventh Virginia of coronavirus had in served March in the it position announced but the government a since layoff twenty has thirteen gradually in the heart we open in April the of country the work president force as under the Donald rates a Trump cost of infections fired reduction Michael and Atkinson scheme deaths of then Poland the in inspector April general social he proceeded for distancing the intelligence to rehire rules community being who laid implemented played off a key flight role in attendants the sector in the whistle mechanics of the economy blower and complaint that customer have reopened that service lead to trump's now agents the impeachment government is given after the also green the government light in April announced to some trump error removed a wage some Glenn international subsidy Fein travel is plan acting inspector as of but June has general free not committed at the they'll defense be no to maintain quarantine department the program requirement Mike Rossi past the at people June Washington coming six in from I'm outside Charles Italy last month however officials have not yet been specific away attendance themselves can travel to I'm Charles the last month

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Trump fires State Dept. watchdog critical of admin moves

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump fires State Dept. watchdog critical of admin moves

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the state department's inspector general has been fired in the latest in a series of trump administration moves against government watchdogs secretary of state Mike Pompeii has fired state department inspector general Steve Lim no reason for the removal was given political former assistant U. S. attorney in California and Virginia had served in the position since twenty thirteen in April president Donald Trump fired Michael Atkinson the inspector general for the intelligence community who played a key role in the whistle blower complaint that lead to trump's impeachment also in April trump removed Glenn Fein is acting inspector general at the defense department Mike Rossi at Washington

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Trump fires State Dept. watchdog critical of admin moves

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump fires State Dept. watchdog critical of admin moves

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the state department's inspector general has been fired in the latest in a series of trump administration moves against government watchdogs secretary of state Mike Pompeii has fired state department inspector general Steve Lim no reason for the removal was given political former assistant U. S. attorney in California and Virginia had served in the position since twenty thirteen in April president Donald Trump fired Michael Atkinson the inspector general for the intelligence community who played a key role in the whistle blower complaint that lead to trump's impeachment also in April trump removed Glenn Fein is acting inspector general at the defense department Mike Rossi at Washington

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Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

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Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

"Hi the Mike Italian Crossey government a reporting is easing the state travel department's restrictions inspector imposed general due has to been the fired corona virus in pandemic the latest allowing in a series people of to trump move administration more freely moves inside against the region government where watchdogs they live as of Monday secretary of I'm state between Mike nations Pompeii starting has fired June three state department inspector Italy general impose Steve nationwide Lim look no down reason rules in for early the removal March was after given he became political the first former country assistant outside U. S. Asia attorney with in California a major outbreak and Virginia of coronavirus had served in the position but the government since twenty has thirteen gradually we open in April the country president as the Donald rates Trump of infections fired Michael and Atkinson deaths of Poland the inspector general social for distancing the intelligence rules community being who implemented played a key role in the sector in the whistle of the economy blower complaint that have reopened that lead to trump's now the impeachment government is given the also green light in April to some trump error removed some Glenn international Fein travel is acting inspector as of June general free at the they'll defense be no quarantine department requirement Mike Rossi the at people Washington coming in from outside Italy however officials have not yet been specific away attendance themselves can travel to I'm Charles the last month

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And now the welcome to the low post podcast live from the MIT Sloan. Sports Analytics Dork Fest. We've had a rare event at mit dead time in the NBA season. And yet there was huge breaking news this morning with the nets. The Brooklyn Nets the nets of Brooklyn and head coach. Kenny Atkinson who I believe in his fifth year with the nets mutually agreeing to part ways. That's one of my favorites. Mutually agreed and Kevin Arnovitz an eye. Since we're in Boston together mutually agreed to do a podcast about Kevin. How are you? It's like every romantic relationship. There's no such thing as mutual agreement to break up. Someone always has to win or lose right. Kenny Lost Kayla other. He'll get paid. You will get paid And and so one of the reasons. Your perfect is a you know Kenny. And the Hawks coaching tree very well be you. Are I think currently working on your annual? Who are the next head coaches from the assistant ranks and sort of? What is the template of the head coaching job in the NBA? In Two thousand twenty and we were talking before I was actually out with someone from a from team last night after the Celtics Game Charting. How many head coaching openings? There's going to be this summer and they could. There could be anywhere from seven to thirteen years. There's going to be a lot depending on what happens in the playoffs. This used to happen like every few years. You have these. These placid periods was like other sport that many openings Your team sort of situated from a big year you know giving guys a chance and But this year's one of those like every Third Year Soon Nami of coaching changes and there. It's so this is not a shocking event right. This is one of those things at their stories like this where people inside the league. No but it's not really reportable because it's it hasn't happened yet. Things could change you. Don't get it publicly reportable in a way but like this. The timing though is very very strange coming off a couple of very nice. I literally watched them destroyed the spurs last night by a million points and it's march seventh. There's twenty games left in season. The Nets are going to make the playoffs. It's just timing is weird and that strikes. You hard it. I like. This is something. Must be fishy here. And we'll get into. What is fishy where the fish are why they smell but I do think there is a universe in which this is good for Kenny? Because he's out early he now becomes the bell of the ball the first big name and he gets to watch all the jobs open and sort of get to feel it out that said before we talk about the machinations going on here on a human level. I feel for him because this is year five he has. I think three young boys who are Brooke. They've made Brooklyn their life. People set down roots. It's a real thing at his kids have played sports. They're they're in the right schools that he wanted to everyone so like he. Every time I see Kenny. He's just so that part of his life is so happy and now that's that's gone that has to change. He was in a great neighborhood. He grew up on Long Island. And Yeah I mean that's rough. It's it's a rejection of some kind. I think that it's impossible not to interpret in terms of timing. Yes and no right. It's a surprise we've come a couple of wins but I just. How does a coach coach when the sword of Damocles is just hanging over them as you said it's the worst kept secret in basketball? Well there there are worst kept ones that we probably should mention yet but there were their worst kept ones And and so I. I do think there's a certain point where you have. A coach becomes what is regarded as a lame duck for whatever reason good or bad. What are you? What are we doing here right like everyone knows? This is why the idea that Phil was gonNA stay. After the Knicks. The stupidest press conference in the history of press conferences was ludicrous. Like as soon as that press conference happened it was over at the players knew it was over. Fidel new was over and it was just a matter of like. How long are you going to drag this out? So let's get into why this happened Anthony Puccio and Stephan. Bondi have both tweeted versions of the players. Were Not Happy. Some players were not happy. It's it's an interesting situation because he hasn't gotten to coach the team. The team that they all envisioned Gone Kyrie. Irvings hurt again. Kevin durant spent out the whole season. Next year is the year for some reason the nets players and a variable that I think will not get talked about enough new ownership have determined that going into next year which is the most important year in the history of the nets franchise. Since when? I don't know maybe the Paul Pierce Garnett Year but like that was a big year. They traded a lot for that but like next year. This is a mega year for them. And they've determined that Kenny's not the right coach for that team without seeing them. Get to coach the team. And that's I think why this struck a Lotta people A raw nerve with a lot of people right right. I mean you want a guy to get a chance. I mean the way I'm sort of framing it in my own head is Kenny. Atkinson was the perfect coach for what they wanted to do at the time now. They've changed what they wanted to do. And I sort of with Bondi on this right like like I. If if the these the core of superstars wanted Kenny Atkinson to be the coach he probably would have stayed. I wonder I mean and look. This is only semi reported but I do feel like there was sort of a an atmosphere of. Oh in the veterans came in. You have cute little culture here. Isn't this quaint? You've overachieved? Okay and I do think it also speaks to just the power of the star and I wrote this a couple years ago. Coaches are expendable in a way players aren't and I think that's becoming more and more true. We talk about the self determination of these stars and we you know I think we mostly frame it as a good thing. These are the guys who are driving the talent of the league and for them to have more than a modicum of power. You know it's it's justified. However what are the unintended consequences of a movement and one of the unintended consequences is coaches are expendable and with rare exception? I mean I we could probably count on one. Hand the coaches who probably have are not vulnerable to the whims of their superstars. Greg probably it doesn't have any superstars Erik Spoelstra Rick Carlisle. I don't know maybe stock. Maybe duck maybe. Like doc is a superstar in his absolutely but I mean we do but we have we have to think about it right because Colli good relationship right now so it's not even issued by the way Mike Got Their good. You know. It's just I just bought in the last ten days or for a while. I was like not to get chance I was like. Hey I like to see it. And now we've seen but there are so few of these guys out there who can honestly say hey if there was discontent among the key contributors in the locker room. This guy would be fine. I WANNA be careful because it's inevitable that this is going to be laid at the feet of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and I think I'm not sure how fair that is like. I agree with what Bob tweeted. I agree with what you said if they proactively said he's our coach. He's the coach so I think it's safe to who the did not proactively say he's the guy that's than saying he's not the guy get rid of him. I don't know if they said that I have no reporting that. Says they said that? I think I think the reporting that players that were unhappy players is one hundred percent true. I don't know that it was them at the top of the unhappy player lists. I will say this. I think there's been some pleasure with some of the rotation decisions that have happened there this year but like it's a hard job. They got a lot of ball. Handlers cares liver. It was coming off the bench for Awhile. I don't think cares was unhappy about that cares fine and now he's going forty tonight. I don't think that was a problem. It's just a lot of juggling and I'm confident of this and again I want to be careful. I think the De'andre Jordan coming off the bench thing was going to be a simmering issue for a long time and not necessarily because the Andrea was out there. Like I deserve to start this at that. I don't think like the Andrea is is is like I've been critical of him as a player. He's a popular teammate. He's get along guy like I don't think he would do that. I don't think he would. I think maybe he wasn't thrilled with coming off the bench but I don't think he's going to take that out and go upstairs and be mad about it but I do think there was a sense of these. Three guys came. They did come to play together. Durant Kyrie and DJ IN DJ coming off the bench sort of limits. How much get to play together? And I don't think that's quite what was envisioned by anybody. And even if none of the three principals are like out and out mad about it an out and out agitating about it. I think it's just one of those things that everyone feels like. It's like the media is going to keep asking questions about it right like it's just GonNa be a topic that keeps coming up so I think that was when people talk about rotation. I think that one was just sort of a back burner like is this. Is this going to be tense for a while? Yeah I mean look. I think the way jarod downs. Better than the Jared Allen deserve start over Deandra does the right move. I think discord can take a couple of different forms. I agree with you like there's a difference between get this guy out of here and a non endorsement. The non. Denial denial right like the non endorsement. Is that defacto a get the sky outage it's not says that's what I'm saying but I do think Kevin Durant specifically there are eight guys in the League. Who ARE WHATEVER. The number is right. We know who they are Kyrie irvings not one of them who are so good that they single handedly drive winning singlehandedly. You have them on your team. You are in a position to be championship. Those guys if they go to the owner and say that's my coach. They are listened to Right. Could they are the most important people in the NBA? And they're precedents include. That in happened again. I I'm with you. I don't Wanna I don't suggesting I don't WanNA firmly state but I do look. I do believe in the spirit of this that hey if there was a movement to keep Kenny among the locker room it would happen right and and I again. There's a difference between however you're right between non endorsement and and outright rebellion. I also with you Wendy Andre in the sense that even through the tumultuousness of the clippers he was always. I think a guy who in a certain sense was it He was largely because he was a benevolent follower. Yeah right like like. He wasn't going to sow discord. He might have been unhappy here. Happy there but he doesn't have a precedent. I mean he in a in a in a world where everybody was unhappy he was at least I think measured in control about whatever unhappiness and again I just WanNa be clear like I just think it was one of many one of ten issues. That were just simmering when so when people vaguely CEO There was unhappiness about XYZ..

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"atkinson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I goes to step on that into me too so am by if your cat is one of the one third that don't react at all to catnip they will probably get a kick out of balloon route or silver mine and you're welcome get yourself a little of that have yourself real saturday ape saturday they're already yeah with your cats with your question six vladimir guerrero junior has been literally early smashing it out of the park since he debuted for my favorite team the toronto blue jays this season for which canadian baseball team did his nine time all-star and hall of fame father other vladi senior make his debut in nineteen ninety-six my guess would be the other canadian baseball team the montreal expos yes i would agree yes us plus the montreal expos or as they say 'let's expo morio we're founded in nineteen sixty nine and were the first team to be located outside live the USA guerrero senior played there until two thousand and three when he signed as a free agent with the los angeles angels of anaheim and dan on a probably unrelated no the expos were relocated to washington DC in two thousand and four and they are now known as the nationals and we learned earlier this month that the team was named after the the world's fair the six and seven yeah to new montreal again all knew this but weezer yeah we sure did not and they played at olympic stadium oh how questions seven this is modeled after the prices rate opening bid system without going over tell tell me what percentage of firefighters in the USA our female as of two thousand eighteen my guess was four do i was yeah i was thinking higher than that i'm going to say eight and you're both over that's terr- wow what is it uh-huh guess again do one julius closer it's three point one percent wow very good at this up at it is up from two percent in two thousand and two zero well that's good at least be new york fire department like new york city fire department currently has us fifty eight female firefighters out of approximately ten thousand total firefighters and the mayor of los angeles has pledged to bring bring the percentage of their female firefighters to five percent by twenty twenty as of two thousand eighteen they were still at three point one percent which is the national average but don't worry about it canadians are average is three percent which translates to about six hundred across the whole country oh wow oh my god i email the captain ask him how many female firefighters are implanted in my town because there's four girls including myself in my class and he said right now there are four active female firefighters in the city so we're going to double the amount firefighters when when we graduate in november that's amazing good for you you're a pioneer in front or for worse i guess question eight we know by now that i have two cats huff and let me if i decide one day go full on cat lady and acquire a few more what what is the name for the collection of cats will inevitably accumulate be called bonus points for saying it with a damon ask inspired boston accent how do i know i've been racking my brain ever since it's like he's now huddle or now it's like it does start with a c. i think is that right yeah okay great great great worked out is it all i can think of klatch but that's not it because it's a clash of eggs i think it doesn't matter a carousal a barrier cats a it's gonna make me nuts because i know this is rattling seven times louder cloud a cloud so it is a cloud other acceptable answers are a clutter or a glaring or a pounce and the collective elective name for kittens which i just as soon as a litter is a kindle ooh kitty question in nine matt damon had a recurring role as carol a pilot and love interest of the main character on this absolutely hilarious but by today's standards there's wildly inappropriate sitcom we love this oh we love it's thirty rock thirty so funny so funny is so funny any i will watch it i'll i'll just as soon as it ends again i start from season one and just watching right through again it's just great jokes that run through the entire thing so good there is a great article a couple years ago that vulture did that they basically calculated like the jokes per minute of so many different shows and like thirty rock was always like near really close to the top the the one that had the most though was unbreakable kimmy schmidt oh yeah most jokes per minute yeah because even just like casual conversation station between two characters there's like things happening in the background or like weird worse that they say and like all of this stuff just kind of accumulates which is why unless you've seen it like eighteen times in a row and can like say the line before the actor says the line you have to pay attention while you're watching the show you can't just like start and season three and just hope you'll get up because there's just so much going oh such a great show i watch it tonight i just started watching it this winter from the beginning and i work at starbucks and a lot of my co workers ten years younger than me so i'm like is so funny but like you can't say that stuff now and they're like that's offensive oh whatever it's so funny uh-huh so it'd be their shit up five ten is talking always be good always always funny every so often there's a twitter threads someone's like what's your favorite what's the thirty rock line that runs through your head all the time or like what's the funniest direct line and people just i go absolutely crazy and i always read them always like oh yeah that's a good one okay and finally question ten and what is the capital of british columbia julia it's victoria that is so famous for the the two thousand ten winter olympics and NHL franchise and as a popular filming location for CW network shows vancouver is not the capital title of british columbia it is in fact victoria it is really confusing because victoria is on vancouver island while hoover is on the mainland the greater vic area host the population of three hundred sixty seven thousand seven hundred seventy and while it is the fifteenth most populous metropolitan area in in canada it is more densely populated than toronto is named after queen victoria in eighteen forty three making it one of the oldest cities in the pacific northwest i man she's a lot of stuff named for her and went on candidate research to go.

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"atkinson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Is supposed to be great yeah how far do these samples usually have to travel well the i work anywhere between fort erie and niagara falls and our testing facilities in toronto okay so it's like a three we our three hour two and a half hours from niagara falls right an hour and a half or so but in every single tube goes straight to toronto based stay at the lab and they get picked up a couple times a day okay so it is fine that there's like some distance between the places it's not like you have to get to the you have a ten mile radius yeah they have to put in a cooler and like run across town or put it in a jet lane when you had an ambulance it's not burgess there's just one ads in the paper for marathon runners to transport org assume what it is it's been a really long time since i've seen the are always fun together what's the cooler and reserve that they put the helipad on the roof then goes to stereos awesome so not a marathon runner i learned that now okay so yeah so they can sit for a couple of hours to a day right right so our analyzer actually reminds me a lot of like a robot robot willy wonka situation or maybe santa's workshop something like that because to the lab is almost like a big warehouse or airplane in hangar but there's these conveyor belts that go all around so you have one too but it might have twenty different tests ordered off of it and it just goes down the line a. and stops at different spots and it gets tested for different things as it goes there's a little bar code on it in the machine reads it figures out what the levels learn and then e mails that right to your doctor that's amazing how so it's it's mostly did wow that's yes so so if you've ever had more than one s t drawn that means probably there's a test on there the other is getting referred out so you get it taken by me but we're actually going to send it to a different hospital or different lab because we're not configured to do that test or it might mean that we have to add a are- agent or chemical to that tube to test for a certain thing in there and that's gonna ruin the sample for anything right okay so it's kind of a destructive tusk many labs have panels of tests they can order like if a doctor wants a liver panel or something then the lab techs would know exactly which tests that includes mind does not have that so doctors have to order everything ala carte breath but routine tests or a comprehensive metabolic panel include a variety of tests that might just be part of your physical or the first steps into figuring out what's wrong with you again if you have a condition or you're on chemo or some mm sort of other treatment they might just want monitor a little bit of everything see how you're doing this panel would typically include electrolytes liver function kidney function glucose proteins and calcium levels your liver tests are alkaline phosphate auspices and AST which are short forms for things i don't want to pronounce right now you don't have to and they are are enzymes that your liver produces so any variation outside of the normal range would indicate poor liver function liver damage billy rubin is also also tested here which is a yellowish pigment contained inside of your blood cells so if you've ever heard of jaundice that's what happens when someone has an excess of billy rueben in their body and it turns her skin is yellow sometimes yes sometimes john is baby yeah that's a new kind of hear that term yeah but when your liver is healthy processes is broken down red blood cells and that pigment is secreted in your soul great yeah julie we don't jock me neither okay keep it very clinical professional perfect kidney function tests are blood urea trajan and creatine which is a natural byproduct of muscle breakdown which is filtered through your kidneys so that gives us an the idea of how efficient your kidneys are being if there's too much creatine in your blood it means your kidneys aren't doing a really good job of getting rid of it and so when we have patients sitter getting an MRI sometimes they have to get contrast or dye injected into them a lot of times they'll come in to have gesture creatine and done because the doctor wants it's to make sure that their kidneys are up to the job of processing that safely for them so they're not just there's not just di- floating around inside of them for the rest of the time just just or giving them a problem yeah that's true filling up there is with black sludge i've been watching x. files watching x. files i'm sorry sorry i'm sorry kareem there's no one should be injecting anyone with sledge true yeah it's not aww and if you're able to start changing color we of you yes you you need some blood work so your blood urea nitrogen often shortened to bunn on a wreck his measuring how much urea nitrogen is in your blood it's a normal waste product produced by your liver and again if your kidneys are in good shape it's going to filter it out into your urine but if they're not working very well then it's going to be found found in higher levels in your blood good now electrolytes are sodium potassium chloride and by carb which which is the medical way of saying carbon dioxide if this isn't really just monitoring your salt in banana intake not really they are charged ions in your cells that maintain your fluid balance and muscle control important muscles like your heart oh god yeah super important yeah heart and brain those winds are really affected by your lecture late so if you know how people say eating eating too much salt makes you retain water if your electrolytes are out of whack your fluid retention will be affected which is going to affect your blood pressure asher if your sodium is too low then you're potassium will be elevated by comparison and this leads to cramping and that's the reason might some marathon runners here's keep little packets of salt on them when they ran pop them in there yeah did you ever see it was a i think it was a gatorade commercial a little while back video video of a guy like crossing the crossing the marathon finish line and he's like jerk in an jivan all over the place causes muscles just like completely gave out because his electrolyte balance was so off and he liked collapsed like three feet from the finish line well was z. carrying a cooler with a donor heart no he was not thankfully that hart would not have made it to its destination close but he was like like jerkin and a jive and it was crazy it was terrible it's a terrible thing to see so it was a commercial well it was a commercial showed he was like this was me two two years ago when i didn't have my electrolytes may on that speak gator it gatorade will do for you like that kind of thing yeah it was disturbing to watch disturbing mhm a lot of races we'll have chips and things like pretzels at their stations on top of water and gatorade you're sweating that much you're spending out your electric just drinking water when you're running that fire puget doing like a five k. around the block he be fine seen like gels like marathon gels have you had them i rose i will not like protein and electrolytes salt love go at the that's one of the brands called goo no thank you i don't like exercising that much i'll get my sugar and salt fashioned way away by eating the chocolate brittle proteins are next so we check for your albumen human and total protein levels if you're levels are abnormal again it could indicate that you have liver and kidney issues because your liver should be producing enough albumin men and globulin for your body to repair its own tissues if you're protein levels are too low it indicates that you're not absorbing them and they're being excreted interior you're you're in if they're too high that could be an indication of chronic inflammation reveal now not great do any like like log form writing anytime calcium is typically checked here as well that's because it's very important to everything from your hormone balance to your pancreas health and your bones obviously and then finally in this section i'm going to talk about glucose this is one of the tests you may or may not need to fast asked for us so make sure you double check before you come into the lab glucose is our bodies main source of energy so if it's not being regulated correctly it could mean who either have hypoglycemia or diabetes and since diabetes is such a seriously destructive condition if not treated early detection in management is the the key interesting yeah diabetes is real bad we were just talking about this talking about this with my parents have you ever had anyone call it sugar it's a southern thing oh they should also a buffalo thank all my all my yeah like you got bad sugar sugar sugar yeah yeah i've heard that but it's usually a really old fashioned thing or maybe referencing some sort of deep south south thing like the vapors and can i get a suite two you can't have a sweet tea you got the sugars yeah exactly yeah no no i my uncle tom uncle jim died a sugar and we were like what you gotta sugar sugar her yeah it's wild hello to how about it might be just the lamont i mean the logos my extended family away who knows never from the south i don't think any of them actually went south of the mason dixon line but still the sugar was the thing well in addition to blood we have the fortune of handling literally anything that can come out of a person this includes urine stool semen an sputum biopsies and swabs you have to do all of that we don't do swabs but do everything else if well so we don't she he likes these things but if it comes out of you and you collect it you can bring it to me and i will deal with it i'm so sorry yeah so l. glamorous doctor may have sent them home with a jar and bread please put substance in janice jar from you're buying with this timeframe please then deliver it to this lab yeah yes exactly do they have like a a little paper bag yeah what's the weirdest gotten a sample in people bring all kinds of weird things we got a urine sample couple of weeks ago from a lady and it was a little tiny shopping bag and the girls that work there they worked in the same location for thirty a years or something and it was some department store that closed down in the eighties but she still had the little bag that inner cover somewhere she was like i'm going to use this bag i've been saving kimble's gamma i've been using this bag i've been saving for thirty five years from p yeah yeah well people are so embarrassed bring samples in yeah like everybody here has the same stuff in their purse like don't worry about it so everybody ever been like a mcdonald's bag or something or tim hortons teams were routinely to give me since you guys are very careful not to just like assume somebody's brought food right at the office it's like oh this is not a big always assume no yeah that's probably safe bet the should've semen samples are either like one way or the other people are like here it is have how do they slam down on the table hey everybody here's my semen ample or they're like really really nervous in china like my wife told me i had to try and give it to you and there's like no name on it or anything like wait sir sir come back fill fill out this form you sign your siemens hold on a second hey hey gino where's the semen form we gotta get it could we seem in foreign aid off the seam in one uh-huh oh i bet that's fun really funny questions on there eh i wanna hear about those we'll talk about the yes we can talk about listen to this so a urinalysis is actually the most commonly ordered thing short for a year in analysis very clever yeah it has a whole bunch of things all at once so in that urine sample we will test for if you have blood cells in their white blood cells bacteria syria crystals proteins check your ph see if there's any glucose nitrates or billy rubin in your urine.

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"atkinson" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello welcome back from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manica if if you're just tuning in for the first time here's the deal every weekday for a month. We're telling the story of a woman from throughout history through. You may not know about definitely shut shut. Each month has a theme and this month. We're talking about stem. Science technology engineering and mathematics are dramatically male dominated fields but there are extraordinary and sometimes forgotten women who should be remembered for their contributions to those fields throughout time all month flung. We'll be bringing you their stories. There's no one better to start with today's stemming assist. She was responsible for lots of firsts herself. She lived on the cutting thing edge of science creation and discovery during the birth of australia as a nation her groundbreaking artistic literary biological work still proves helpful to scholars dollars today. Let's talk about the incredible. Louisa atkinson caroline louisa warring atkinson was born in eighteen thirty four four in the small australian village sutton forest new south wales. She was the fourth child of two pioneering writers her father james atkinson and wrote an account of the state of agriculture and grazing in new south wales in eighteen twenty six which was among the first australian books louise's mother her charlotte barton r- australia's first children's book called a mother's offering to her children. When luisa was just eight weeks old her father passed away she spent a lot of time with her mother even more so because louisa suffered from a heart defect as a child that meant that she had to be home schooled. Her mother took on the role of teacher. Charlotte barton was artistic and historically curious and she passed those traits onto her daughter charlotte. Homeschool lessons may have encouraged louisa later botanical interest. Louise's family eventually moved near the modern day blue mountains national park. Her mother built a home home called fern hearst. We're louisa spend most of her life. Louisa became a sunday school teacher and acted as scribe for illiterate locals but her true claim to fame came from her discovery of new plant species in the blue mountains and southern highlands regions of southwest australia. She published her first natural science articles in eighteen fifty three when she was just nineteen years old. It was an illustrated series called nature notes of the month this workmate louisa the first woman australia to have a long-running article series in a major newspaper. She also wrote for multiple. Other publications and published was just series of natural history. Sketches called a voice from the country that ran for over ten years through her work. Louisa made science popular her accessible to everyone her botanical art particularly stood out for the variety of life. She depicted with impressive skill. Animals birds insects reptiles reptiles and even landscapes. She also practiced some taxidermy. Louisa traveled all over her region of australia and became an expert in many of the plants plants the area she collected samples for prominent teachers and researchers and though she was far from the only person doing this per enthusiastic persistent stint and thorough work stood out louisa also followed in the footprints of her book writing parents when she was twenty three years old. She became the first australian-born woman to publish a novel in the country. Her book was called gertrude the emigrant and was published eighteen fifty seven a quick note. The author's name is actually only only listed as an australian woman on the book but historians credit louisa with the accomplishment critics praised the novel for the accurate vibrant depiction of australian australian colonial life particularly from a woman's perspective louise's novel show a window into what life was like in australia's infancy her her work promoted the rights of women and in some ways the aboriginal people through her equally humanizing portrayals of every care by the eighteen sixties st louisa fervently advocated for land conservation in her writing. She predicted what colonialism would eventually do. The lush australian landscape she wrote it needs no fertile imagination to foresee that in say half centuries time tracks of hundreds of miles will be treeless. Uh louisa passed away from her heart problems in eighteen seventy two when she was thirty eight years old. She died just eighteen days after the birth of her daughter. Her obituary said this excellent lady who's been cut down like a flower in the midst of her days was highly distinguished for her literary dreary and artistic attainments as well as for the christian principles unexpansive charity which marked her career louisa atkinson left quite a legacy she she even had several plant species named after her she was considered on authority by colleagues in her own day and she continues to be seen as such today her fictional fictional work and scientific achievements broke barriers paving the way for future women in both fields tune in tomorrow for the story of another author barrier-breaking stemming honest special things to lose kaplan. 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"atkinson" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Direction. I mean really depends depends on what your goal is. A lot of people start in the workshop setting because it's less threatening. It's a little bit easier when you can interact twith people to kind of learn. What's really working. What is it that's really resonating with people wow we ended up spending an hour on this because people i loved it so much you know you kinda go with the flow and roll with things when it's happening in a workshop setting. That's a great way to test material at then. There's here's the con <hes> the other side of that where people might say all right. I'm going to go out and i'm going to join toastmasters and i'm gonna start developing my speech each and i'm gonna practice little snippets of speech every time i go or something like that or <hes>. I'm going to develop a speech and i've decided added that real estate is my market so i'm going to go to all the local religious state associations and i'm just gonna do freebies all of those things just to get <hes> what we wanna do is. We want to really determine that are messages sound that <hes> the keynote is working before we say okay okay. That'll be five thousand dollars. Please get a little bit underneath you now some of your some of your listeners who already have audiences and podcasts and a lot of established thought leadership. They may do it very differently. They may be able to circumvent all of that well and it's interesting because i remember number in the beginning stages of trying to figure out how the hell i get paid for this you know and because i felt like i really had a good speech and what separates that guy. That's charging. That's doing the freebies versus the guy that's let's do in two hundred twenty five thousand dollar speech in oftentimes just the connections that you have. They may be just as good. Some people come into it already like okay about a podcast. I cast out for a couple of years and i got a pretty good audience but i don't know how to market what i do. So i'm highly in cia. I'd have challenge getting a a two hundred and fifty dollar paycheck and there's some that let's say jesus i that's worth fifteen thousand dollars to me. How do you even know how the charge when you first start speaking well that is really like the million dollar question. I think i think <hes> a c._e._o. Coming out of a big job can start anywhere from five to ten thousand dollars just based on what they feel. They have how much stage time they've already had and how they feel their content is where it measures up with other things you know you can charge more when you're solving a more difficult problem yeah so let's say you're talking to a <hes> leadership audiences to help solve a problem that is really detrimental to creating a certain type of culture well. I think people will pay more when they feel like more. More is on the line <hes> no. I really struggling with their culture. They're gonna pay to help solve that problem and so when it comes to let's say there's someone who's offered you know. Come on into my company and do a lunch and learn on how to eat better will. That's that's gonna be a different price point. That's going to be a different starting point and sometimes getting fifteen hundred dollars for lunch and learn as a big win so it really depends on kind of what level of problem you're helping to solve and whether people value it enough. That's not to say that the person who has some notoriety in terms of nutrition has written a bestselling book cannot say well if you want me to come into your company and talk to your people. It's gonna cost you ten. Yeah yeah i can see that for sure and oftentimes i see the mistakes pretty quickly that people are making by by <hes> by either overcharging or or even undercharging sometime sometime sesa big mistake too because i know that i've quoted especially in the beginning and even a couple of years into it <hes> i was up against some pretty big names in the speaking world and thinking okay okay and again i i tried not to look at just the dollars and sense of it but they but the actual message itself but if you're going up against a fifteen or twenty thousand dollars speaker and you come in at twenty five hundred dollars they're not you know i think it's really <hes> not helpful to your cause when you're under charging and you know doug doug what's really funny. I've been studying mindset really deeply for the last <hes> for the last quarter of actually been following a lot of castillo's worker. Could you probably have heard of any end. I used to think that mindset was fifty percent of the game and now i believe that it's one hundred percent of the game. There's a lot of it and if you know what i talked about i'm selling confidence and people knowing their value and what they're worth. That's something that we have to figure out very quickly early on in the process because that way we can build that confidence and stand tall in our fees it ah happens the same in the podcast <hes> space as well when somebody brand new starts launching podcasts in asking me how many how many episodes or how many dozens or even hundreds of episodes is before i can in start charging fees advertising. I'm like you need to have the competence right out of the gate the charge for for advertising and not five dollars thousand listeners because you'll have a three dollars and fifty fifty cent advertisement if you do go in with a five hundred dollar mentality and you will have plenty of five hundred dollar advertisers on your show and we've we've been the perfect example of that before we even had had a big listenership. We were getting sponsors for show just because we approached it like idiots. We're like okay well. I don't care what the industry charges. This is what i charge. If you don't want to buy it i love that i just said it to a gentleman from <hes> the u._k. That you know you wanna come into the industry almost with a level of ignorance so that you don't ever get blocked by somebody else's notion of what's possible right like let's just forget hat that what you think is that companies in such and such a country don't pay so much money and i always talk because i live in canada and <hes> there's a lot of canadians that have a belief that canadian companies do not pay the big feast twenty twenty five thousand dollar fees you know who they're paying to the americans so they're paying thirty percents even more on top of that and so there are actually i want to just slave even in my own. I feel like i've gone through these cycles of thinking that i know what the industry is. I just wanna forget about all of that and just start over again again with a mindset that anything is possible well and that's the that's the best part about how to create <hes> a winning business and certainly you need to have the foundation of how to create a speaking business how to write a book cata launch a podcast any of those. You need some of that d._i._y. Stuff in your head already but to go into it with almost complete ignorance kind of that's how i built every business that i've ever done. I didn't realize realise that as a d._j. I was only supposed to show up late four hours of music and do games with the kids and interact with the crowd go home. I didn't realize that <hes> because <hes> ah through experience i thought while what makes sense if i like call him ahead of time and find out some information about their audience so that i know who's going to be there and maybe build a relationship and you know i i. I made this three hundred dollar d._j. Career turned into a six thousand dollar event every time i would go in and mike so i was making fifteen twenty times more with the average d._j. Was making in my market. It and nobody understood it. I said it's not about the four hours idiot. It's about the the year and a half of planning that we do with our clients that so that's an experience i mean and you didn't know what you didn't know and that worked out to be quite beneficial to. You and i've never gotten caught up in you know while a coach can't charge above rice to the coach that trained me a twelve years ago. How much do you make an hour and i thought to myself yourself okay well. That's my gold that pretty quick. I wanted to blow that away and go beyond. It and i really think that it's a very very very doable to just take you know if you if you are learning information than just decide that you're gonna do better agreed agreed so so now also in addition to your speaking career or to your your coaching career and coaching all of these speakers into <hes> into stardom. You're also also have a podcast called a speaker launchers that is that right or no. We've had you on there talking about podcast before an it's starting to really pick up up some steam doug. I'm really excited about <hes> the listenership and the growth of it and doubling and it's really <hes> it's really surprising me and i love it and i think it's gonna feed a new venture that we have coming up. This all called the wealthy speaker school and so our goal is to get people like you were five years ago. Pull you into the school and then nurture you along from every level also it's here here will take from zero to the first one hundred k. and then from the first hundred to three fifty and then five and then up to seven figures screwed. That's czar goal is to have a really amazing content that you could keep circling back to whenever you're in need of a some sort of reinvention while if you have a chance to to go over nice guy community to <hes> to jane site it's speaker dot com and then there's a podcast linke. Just click on that link and we'll put that in the show notes as well. It's the wealthy speaker podcast episode. Are you on a million forty. Where are you joe. I don't keep track shoot. Keep track but i don't <hes> <hes> because i i don't know i literally podcast world so i don't put any <hes>. I've just been doing this. I said to somebody along the way i'm pretty sure i've been doing doing this type of work for about seven years and before it was even called podcast. I was doing these types of shows and now <hes> what's what's really helped me though was when i committed to doing it every week and that was a real game changer maybe two three years ago so just imagine agean the <hes> the momentum you will build if you were crazy enough like we do. We have a five day five days a week. Show right now also but it's it's great hey this is ben and maybe you can the test of it's been one of the probably the best network builders that i have ever <hes> that i've ever done in my entire life words of the nine hundred fifty some interviews that we have done our our episodes done six hundred plus have been interviews and it's <hes> i all of my joint venture partnerships. Everything has come as a result of of <hes> of my podcast at this point that is amazing and i've just absolutely loved being on the sidelines to see the growth and all of the exciting things that you're doing and helping other podcasters castors. I mean who would have thought five years ago that this would that you'd be living in l._a. You would have this amazing using business that you'd build. I mean maybe you could envision that. I mean we do map out the perfect day in your life five years from now. Was this what you wrote down. No i saw myself. I self you know i saw myself on stage doing the the keynote in really enjoying it and i did enjoy it and i do enjoy when i have an opportunity to speak and when i get paid to speak it's even combustible. What i found was that i'm pretty simple. Guy i mean i i really enjoy is being able to make the same amount of money from my pajamas in front of a computer rather than traveling across the country to deliver a keynote for the same money and i'm not and i don't think that <hes> and i love speaking to there are some of my needs that get mad. You can't get that audience. Audience need matt when run a podcast but you certainly can get it met from stage talking to five hundred people which is frigging awesome. I love this is and this is the vision i think i i think the goal is to build your business and your reputation to such a degree. You can cherry pick six really fun speaking engagements. It's per year john hundreds of people. Yes you know that to me is ideal. I've kind of stopped the smaller speaking as well. I don't really do the two and three hours seminars anymore. <hes> i do my own. I run my own live event but we only one of those a year. You know i just don't really like to travel. I'm like you. I wanna be in you know now in my shorts and flip flops humanly possible and and so when i get to the level of fame that i i would like to be at. I believe i'm gonna get. I'm gonna get handpicked for those six events a year. Come tell us how you did. Oh i. i totally know you will have the capacity city to do it. You have the the knowledge and the skill set to do it. You have the connection said there were geez y- you're dealing with some of the some of the top names in the business and i and i love you know as much as you love watching the sideline of the of the nice guy his thing i love watching all the things that you're turning out especially when it comes to the podcasting thing this next adventure is going to be really cool with your podcasts to. I'm looking forward to hear more about that. Anc you take off your <hes> for a quick second. Take off your your coaching hat and put on your hat as someone. That is an entrepreneur building a business is this just for a moment. Let's create a little <hes> a little bit of relate ability to those.

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

"Talks about it like dude's brilliant move and i don't think i would say i don't think there's any other coach goes into that situation does the keep james off to ball keep password patrick beverley wherever the point guard spot and said he heated do that so just just a just a real you know shooting thirty footers you know they shoot more long key he's a head maybe darryl hell begum with with the analytic but i think it's more by mike spike without data lennox he sees what what's what's next switching day fans obviously they switch everything and and deal that's that's vance not saying he he invented that but he's he's his ability to adapt a change flag and figure out what works for his team he's a an advance thing and that's that's his big big big plus if you could look ahead you know you know we don't know you know what that moment will be when the nets you know get that one guy who makes everything else makes sense that one player who everything else falls into place around them a couple of players you get the the the top to your of town do you have an idea in your head of like when i when we get to the point where we are ready to win and we've got the kind of players that will get us there what it's going to look like aesthetically stylistically what kenny atkinson team is going to look like once all the pieces are in place yet and.

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

"All the feedback in the support tell your friends in appreciate it thank you all for listening and we'll be back in just a moment with kenny atkinson so stick around hey listeners you know sometimes we get a new sponsor and i think wow that's a great product i really need to check that out and then sometimes like today we get a sponsor and i think someone trying to tell me something like about my hairline quick stat for you sixty six percent of men to lose their hair by age thirty five and by the time you start to notice it's too late are you seeing about spot that hairline creeping back you want to do something about it you can i want to introduce you to four hymns dot com it's your one stop shop for hair loss skin care and sexual wellness for men hymns connect you with real doctors and medical grade solutions to treat hair loss this isn't some snake oil solution some gas station supplement these are well known generic quance to name brand prescriptions that help you keep your hair no doctor visits necessary it's quick and easy just go to four hymns dot com that's f o r hi ms dot com answer few questions doctor will review it they'll prescribe you got questions you can have a secure private online chat with a licensed doctor and the product is shipped directly to your door thanks to science baldness can be optional order now my listeners get a triumph of hymns for just five dollars while supplies last see the website for full details this would cost hundreds if you went to a doctor or a pharmacy go to four hymns dot com slash full fortyeight that's f o r h i ms dot com slash full forty eight the name of this podcast fu l four eight four hymns dot com slash full fortyeight you know one of the great things about being a sportswriter is that i'm not an editor i don't i'm not a manager i don't have to hire people hiring people finding the right people is hard but that's why you need ziprecruiter ziprecruiter knew there was a smarter way so they built a platform that.

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"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"atkinson" Discussed on The Full 48

"All the feedback in the support tell your friends in appreciate it thank you all for listening and we'll be back in just a moment with kenny atkinson so stick around hey listeners you know sometimes we get a new sponsor and i think wow that's a great product i really need to check that out and then sometimes like today we get a sponsor and i think someone trying to tell me something like about my hairline quick stat for you sixty six percent of men to lose their hair by age thirty five and by the time you start to notice it's too late are you seeing about spot that hairline creeping back you want to do something about it you can i want to introduce you to four hymns dot com it's your one stop shop for hair loss skin care and sexual wellness for men hymns connect you with real doctors and medical grade solutions to treat hair loss this isn't some snake oil solution some gas station supplement these are well known generic quance to name brand prescriptions that help you keep your hair no doctor visits necessary it's quick and easy just go to four hymns dot com that's f o r hi ms dot com answer few questions doctor will review it they'll prescribe you got questions you can have a secure private online chat with a licensed doctor and the product is shipped directly to your door thanks to science baldness can be optional order now my listeners get a triumph of hymns for just five dollars while supplies last see the website for full details this would cost hundreds if you went to a doctor or a pharmacy go to four hymns dot com slash full fortyeight that's f o r h i ms dot com slash full forty eight the name of this podcast fu l four eight four hymns dot com slash full fortyeight you know one of the great things about being a sportswriter is that i'm not an editor i don't i'm not a manager i don't have to hire people hiring people finding the right people is hard but that's why you need ziprecruiter ziprecruiter knew there was a smarter way so they built a platform that.

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"atkinson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"atkinson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"And there are companies out there who care to see if you qualify get your free quote today at health like you dot com slash bulletproof or mentioned the promo code bulletproof when you talk to a health iq agent the two this episode is special episode of old radio in one that's going to be really fun because we're talking about something called self mastery and the guess on the show today is someone who you are familiar with if you're longtime listener it's dr mark atkinson whose medical director ends the leader of the bulletproof training institutes he's a good friend and i've worked with him for a very long time on putting together what we do for the bulletproof coaches and there are a lot of these lobbies coaches now i think mark were looking at about a thousand or so in the in the program are graduated yet we've had done the by the thousand people come through the training in pretty short period of time but but these people who just with thinking of ding life coaching but once so much more than life coaching and that's what would be no freedom and the reason this matters both the mark and me is that the lowest hanging fruit four just becoming a higher performance human is get your biology working seek actually make the energy the electrons that are required for you to do things but here's what you probably haven't heard yet envelope radio if you become a more powerful person and your jerk you'd become a more powerful jerk it's not enough to like you hit the biology of like i'm leaner i'm stronger and faster i could yet i am more focused but also how do you become a better human being along the way and that's what mark and i are working on hacking and so we're going to talk about what we've learned in our own path on this today mark as a leader in personal development and has a plus years of working in the field and i've certainly of spent a lot of time into myself so you're going to hear from two experts on on the topic and during the show i will talk with you about a new thing we put together a new program but just let me just tell you right now this is not infomercial this episode is full of knowledge for you to take home and use right now in.

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"atkinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"atkinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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