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Charlie Crist Compares Himself to Jesus Christ
"But the attacks on desantis are starting America's governor He's running against a reprobate by the name of Charlie Crist Charlie Crist has been a Republican and independent in a Democrat Now that in and of itself it happens Donald Trump had you know positions with various parties But that said Charlie Crist is settled on being a left wing kook And apparently as a history of comparing himself to Jesus Christ Fox News reports Aubrey spatty And he's calling a desantis descent to Satan It's how sick these people are Your fascists you Satan Well Mark you call names I'm not running for anything Period So this is from yesterday You haven't read mister producer Let's take a listen Go ahead And he wanted to know what the colors are Look at that sign right there You see the colors the blue and the yellow is that remind you of any country is in the games right now Yeah We're fighting for free and clear And so let's be president zelensky is amazing Amazing And you mentioned it and the courage and the strength and the decency that he shows This is an election about decency Upon being decent to one another about being kind to everyone it's called a Florida for all Oh really And really is that why you embraced Biden the way you do Decency for everybody ladies and gentlemen and I don't know about you but when you want decency You embrace the party of Black Lives Matter and antifa That's right you're embraced the party of Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi
"aubrey" Discussed on Killer Role
"Here's the story of Aubrey dameron. Saturday March 16th, 20 19. It was cool and dry, a perfectly ordinary day in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Inside her home on a street of neat lawns an old trees, Pam Smith was waiting for her brother Christian to bring back lunch. While she waited, she checked Facebook. And saw something that would turn her life upside down. It was a message about her niece, Aubrey, nicknamed shorty. A friend of mine, who's been my friend for over 30 years. She misses just me and asked me if shorty's messing. I was like, not that I'm aware of why. So she sent me a screenshot of one of Aubrey's Friends. You know, that made a post on Facebook asking if anybody had seen shorty, you know, to have recall this number. Pam contacted the sheriff's office for Delaware county, 90 miles from Tulsa. The county is part of the Cherokee nation where Aubrey lived. The sheriff's office confirmed that Aubrey's family had reported her missing. So I started asking questions in the dispatcher asked me how I was related to Aubrey as I'm her auntie. I was like, you know, her mom and I are sisters. She said, well, you'll have to call your sister and she can give you the details. Pam's brother, Christian fencer, arriving home, immediately sent something was off. I go inside and look on my sister's face. I just knew something was wrong before she could even say anything. And she said the shorty was missing and at that point, I was like, okay, she's probably somewhere at a friend's house. But Pam was already making her next phone call. She called her sister Jennifer, Aubrey's mother, who said she'd last seen Aubrey about a week before. Jennifer said that she woke up about three 30 in the morning, walked down the hallway to the restroom, and she saw Aubrey walking out at the side door, which goes out to under the carp board. And she said she was wearing a black jacket, a black top, a black skirt, black hose, like ninja toes or something. And black boots. Jennifer told Pam that Aubrey said she was going out to meet somebody. She never returned. Where had she gone? For Pam and Christian that would only be the first question in an Odyssey through a small town and an ancient culture. A place where a young woman walked tall before walking into something dark, leaving behind a trail of heartbreak and haunting clues. Listen closely, because you or someone you know might be able to help find Aubrey. To give a family desperately needed answers and solve a mystery that's become intensely personal to the head of the Cherokee tribal police. Marshall Shannon Buell she was a beautiful woman. That's what she was. You could tell she was a beautiful Cherokee woman that was proud that was happy that had a future. It's a girl with desires and wants and needs. And it's my hope that she found those wants and needs and is living happy and whatever. But if it's not the case, some might cut that short..
Testimony to resume in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes case
"The prosecution continues its case in the federal hate crimes trial of three white men convicted of murdering Ahmad are very on Tuesday jurors heard from neighbors that the defendants are described how the fatal shooting in twenty twenty shocked them they also watched graphic cell phone video and so crime scene photos of Aubrey's body before hearing exams of interviews the defendants gave to police father and son Greg and Travis with Michael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant were sentenced to life in the state's case now all three standing trial in a separate federal case charged with violating our pre civil rights with targeting him because he was black they've pleaded not guilty I'm Julie Walker
Who Is Lt. Col. Allen West?
"Lieutenant colonel Alan west is at you. This is me and it's good to be with you Eric and it's good to see you again and just want to wish you a happy new year. Happy new year to you. I really, I'm excited to talk to you. But, you know, as much as I've admired you over the years, the idea that you're running to be governor of Texas is hugely exciting. So I really want to talk to you about that. I want to talk to you about yesterday and the January 6th, which my head's going to explode with anger at how the left has been portraying that in cooperation with the quote unquote mainstream media and the conservative media. But let's just talk about you. Some people know you, some people don't, where did you grow up? What you've got an amazing background obviously being a lieutenant colonel being a member of Congress. Tell us a little bit about yourself if you would. Well, I was born in 1961 and the inner city of Atlanta, Georgia and the blacks only hospital. I grew up in the same neighborhood that produced doctor marvelous the king junior is called the old fourth ward neighborhood in Atlanta. My elementary school was right across the street from ebenezer baptist church. I had two fantastic parents. My father was a World War II veteran, an army Corporal served in the European theater of operations and my mother did a little over 25 years of civilian service to a Marine Corps headquarters there in Atlanta. My older brother was a marine in Vietnam at the age of 15, my dad challenged me to be the first officer in the family because he and my older brother were both enlisted. So I started wearing a uniform back in 1976 in high school junior ROTC. And then I went out to the university of Tennessee and on 31, July 1982 I was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the army in the field artillery, and I served 22 years active duty in United States Army 13 different countries three different combat zones. I retired in August of 2004, been married for 32 years, my wife, her dad also was career army, 24 years. He's buried in all of the national cemetery. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam. We have two daughters. Our oldest is 28, and that's Aubrey. The youngest is 25, that's Austin, and we have one grandson. His name is Jackson Bernard, and he is 7 months
"aubrey" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"To casey alert was due to daniel. Pay getting nasty feedback after introducing the bill from lawmakers saying that they absolutely would not support the bill being named after a transgender person. However that does not in any way change pam on christian or anyone else's support and their hope that the bill passes pam said quote. I really hope it passes because it will cover those ages. Eighteen to fifty nine. That go missing. It won't just benefit indigenous people but non-indigenous people as well. Jimmy people continue to are missing and get murdered. Those that are the closest to augury are trying their best to get answers and to find her. The family does have a facebook page. It's called missing. Aubrey damran from grove oklahoma. So it would be awesome. If you want to go give the page alike and a follow pam said quote. It's high risk to be native american and missing and how risk to be transgender and missing. An aubrey was both in quote an absolute. Aubrey fashion her. Last facebook post was on february twenty fifth twenty nineteen where she posted a sign. That said quote. You're never too important to be nice to people. Pam.
"aubrey" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Life did not matter as much or that she just wandered off. This man is merely making assumptions. And it's crystal clear why they did not do much at all for aubrey and our family. He claims that they made one hundred follow up contacts in her case but never found anyone or england leads that could point them towards any location of where she might be. Aubrey and her uncle christian fencer were only a few months apart in age and they were the best of friends christian said quote growing up. We knew we were different. In quote christian is gay an early on. that's how. Aubrey identified herself as well. A lighter on and haas school as mentioned earlier she identified as transgender christian sang her praises for being so strong and her authentic self through all the bullying and disrespect. Her goal was to always make people feel included and comfortable and their own skin. Kirschstein said she never wanted anyone to feel lonely or out of place because he thinks that's how she felt and she didn't want anyone else to feel that way. One strange thing was aubrey in christian. Talked all the time but right before she went missing. She wasn't communicating with him like usual. He may have heard from her every few weeks. And he found that extremely odd pam's children curtian and aubrey were all pretty close in age. So they were always together. Pam said she thinks. Aubrey driving along singing all country songs. She said quote she just fell in love with the song. You're the reason god made. Oklahoma pam recalled them all singing it together and having the greatest time over the past. Two years aubrey's family has received incredible national hell and support from indigenous groups. They've gotten together with the family to raise more awareness about aubrey's disappearance also. They've organized and led multiple searches for her many times. The m m i. W's usa a dedicated group that helps cases involving murder and missing indigenous women in america would step in an aide. In these efforts. aubrey's aunt pam has been very pleased with the group calling them phenomenal and an asset for families. Going through something such as this. The i searched for. Aubrey was on march. Twenty third twenty nineteen. There was a sop with possible glut on it recovered a half a mile away from the family's home this sock was given to the oklahoma state bureau. Investigation a conclusive outcome was never given to auguries. Family pan said there were so many red flags and strangely there were family. That should have been helping them. Look for aubrey. But they just weren't why this makes me sada the family for two reasons either. They didn't care or is it possible. A family member was involved when a search cardi came from louisiana texas and arkansas along with oklahoma city and canine teams three months later. They searched for a week and attempt steered them to a shallow grave and there was a black jacket right beside it. This was near cynwyd. The kanaan's also led them to a pond close by but even after emptying three feet of water and searching the pon there was nothing members of the family. Were responsible for giving over items aubrey's dna on it to compare to anything found. Everything was coming back inconclusive. Pam said the family was not even helping. So how could they trust them to give aubrey's dna they may have given them anyone's dna aubrey's close family will not give up. Her mother isn't talking at least answering any questions. From the media outlets there are only a few mentions of her mother's boyfriend that i found police did receive a tip that aubrey's mother's boyfriend had actually stated that he murdered aubrey. However this chip has never been able to be confirmed and he has not been named a suspect records. Do show that assault and battery. Charges were dropped on march first days before she disappeared. These charges were against aubrey for fighting with her mother's boyfriend. According to the cherokee phoenix in january of twenty twenty one oklahoma representative daniel pay fouled a bill to create the aubrey alert. The bill aimed to send alerts for missing adults within cherokee nation. The bill was later. Renamed the casey alert which is in reference to cherokee native casey russell who went missing from seminole oklahoma. In twenty sixteen according to cherokee phoenix. Dot org the casey alert woodson a public notification when people from the ages of eighteen to fifty five are reported missing and believed to be in danger like amber alerts for children and silver awards for older people. The house public safety committee returned the bill with ado pass recommendation on a six to to vote but it never made it to the chamber floor. Oklahoma's fifty seventh legislator will reconvene and february of twenty twenty two but the bill must receive a house vote before that deadline or the bill will die. Pam said that. The name change of the bill from the aubrey alert.
"aubrey" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"And the summer of twenty eighteen. Aubrey also known as shorty to everyone who loved her moved back home with her mother. Jin bird and her brother and her mom's boyfriend before she came back home. She was living in new mexico. She was living with her then boyfriend. Jc pearson and she also had surgery in new mexico. She went back home to get help for her drug abuse and alcoholism. Aubrey said she was a two spirit which to native americans means that she held a blend of male and female spirits inside of her her aunt. Pam said quote. She was finding out who she was. That person was aubrey. Pam's brother and aubrey's uncle christian toll on oxygen dot com to spirits were held in high regard before colonization they could want between two worlds the world of a woman and the world of man. They were sacred. Aubrey was a strong human being for others. Who were afraid to speak out or were just being ignored. She would gladly and loudly be their voice. She always let people who needed a roof over their heads. Share her home. She was an activist and never backed down from people who attempted to harass intimidate and bully her or others. She faced a lot including getting thrown out of a woman dressed room at more than one establishment. Her grandfather was in hospice care and as she was visiting him. The pastor that was there saw that she was wearing women's flats the pasture told her that she shouldn't be dressing like a woman and she should throw those shoes and a fireplace. Unfortunately this incident did affect her a lot to the point that she did throw the shoes away as her family did nothing no matter what she went through a she was resilient to add to her amazing character. She always was forgiving person. If any wine was vile towards her she forgave them that as a strong and wonderful human not. Everyone is good at forgiving when people are hateful and it is admittedly hard to forgive. Sometimes but that's who she was. And i admire that so much. Sadly on march ninth twenty nineteen augury went missing the community law. Such a beautiful soul and i know looks do not matter but a have to say she had such an enchanting mysterious beauty about her the bright light and her soul absolutely radiates through her eyes..
"aubrey" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Of her her aunt. Pam said quote. She was finding out who she was. That person was aubrey. Pam's brother and aubrey's uncle christian toll on oxygen dot com to spirits were held in high regard before colonization they could want between two worlds the world of a woman and the world of man. They were sacred. Aubrey was a strong human being for others. Who were afraid to speak out or were just being ignored. She would gladly and loudly be their voice. She always let people who needed a roof over their heads. Share her home. She was an activist and never backed down from people who attempted to harass intimidate and bully her or others. She faced a lot including getting thrown out of a woman dressed room at more than one establishment. Her grandfather was in hospice care and as she was visiting him. The pastor that was there saw that she was wearing women's flats the pasture told her that she shouldn't be dressing like a woman and she should throw those shoes and a fireplace. Unfortunately this incident did affect her a lot to the point that she did throw the shoes away as her family did nothing no matter what she went through a she was resilient to add to her amazing character. She always was forgiving person. If any wine was vile towards her she forgave them that as a strong and wonderful human not. Everyone is good at forgiving when people are hateful and it is admittedly hard to forgive. Sometimes but that's who she was. And i admire that so much. Sadly on march ninth twenty nineteen augury went missing the community law. Such a beautiful soul and i know looks do not matter but a have to say she had such an enchanting mysterious beauty about her the bright light and her soul absolutely radiates through her eyes. It's devastating to not know where she is or if she is even alive of course we always hope for the best and we keep yearning about that chance that she still out there somewhere alive waiting on someone to find her on the other side of that coin. It's been two years and sadly it hurts to even say out loud at. It's not a good sign in. It breaks my heart. Aubrey was described as five feet ten inches tall around one hundred and fifty pounds at the time that she went missing. She has two tattoos. Age for quadra symbol on her back. It's a very popular tattoo. That i will post a picture of on socials and the tattoo is three cornered described as three interlaced. Arc's it means protection everlasting. why and unity. She also has her nickname. Shorty on our upper left arm. Her mother jin's sister and brother aubrey's an uncle mentioned previously. Pam smith and christian fencer are the two primary voices for the family. They keep bringing people together crying out to find audrey and keeping her name information and pictures out there. Allegedly jin woke up sometime around three thirty in the morning on march ninth twenty nineteen and witnessed her daughter leaving the house after she told her family that she was going to hang out with a friend and some reports it says her mother informed the authorities of this and some say that she didn't. Aubrey was on medication for epilepsy and when she went missing her aunt pam was so worried because it was a medication she needed and it was left behind and so was her purse. Pam also heard that aubrey's phone was left at home to there was not any place like a store or anything that she could have walked to because the area was a little country place with nowhere really to go. The family let oxygen dot com c. A. tags were a detective said aubrey song last pained at three forty two. Am not far from her home. It's reported she was messaging people on facebook for a ride however again her phone was found at home and no one has ever been connected to this case as the person who may have picked her up that night pam and her brother christian had another. Huge fear was still transitioning even though she appeared to be fully female. There are horrible people out there who knew that she was transgender and did not like it when aubrey confided in her so called friends and even family about knowing she was transgender when she was in high school some were so critical and hard on her about it. That pam said quote. There were people who mocked her and called her transphobic slurs but she stayed true to herself and she never wanted revenge instead she would pray for them. It frightens pam and christian. Very much to think that this could have been a hate crime because just as she was bullied and school. She was persecuted by some after she went missing. Painful would tear down aubrey's missing person fliers and there were a few people getting on her social media pages and talking badly about her using transphobic horrible insults on march eleventh. Christians girlfriend reported aubrey missing. The report was found with the delaware. County sheriff's office however pam was frustrated because the police did not seem to care and they did not seem too interested. She said quote it just seemed like no one cared. We felt the authorities blamed auguries quote high risk lifestyle for her disappearance in quote. Pam even talked about how anytime they got a tip. They let the police know and she could blatantly. See how they disregarded aubrey's life delaware county sheriff's office said that when this all came about aubrey's case was investigated bother agency. One people's dateline contacted them for questions. They directed them to the fbi. Who has never gotten back to them. As of september sixth twenty twenty one to add to all of this pam and christian did not even know. Aubrey was actually missing until a few days later. And because of this they questioned the true date that she went missing because the police remote communicating rail with the family and the police started becoming more distant and regard to communication aubrey's aunt and uncle found out in one of the worst ways about aubrey. Being a missing person. The small town rumors started to float around finding its way to a family friend. This friend of pam's sent her a message on social media and asked if aubrey was missing so pam immediately called the delaware county sheriff's office and they verified that she was indeed missing and pam needed to get in touch with aubrey's mother jin for any other questions or information pam started realizing everyone had stories about aubrey's disappearance and they were all different. Not only that. But pam called the sheriff after hearing so many different things to figure out what was being done regarding her niece's disappearance. The sheriff told pam on march eighteenth that he was just now being informed about her case. She called back on the nineteenth and talked to captain wells. Who told her that. He doesn't even believe she's missing because of her quote lifestyle pam asked him quote because she's transgender and he said no because of her lifestyle. Pam responded. So you're telling me because of her lifestyle that her life isn't worth searching for he says no. That's not what i'm saying. And she said that's exactly what you're saying even during an interview with oxygen captain wells who is now retired as of september. Twenty twenty said aubrey's case was the last one he ever reviewed and what made her case. You need was her lifestyle. He went on to say that it wasn't only that she was transgender but she was sexually active and known to abuse drugs as if that meant her. Life did.
"aubrey" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"To anywhere. You get your podcast. Hello and welcome to reverie true crime. Today i'll be talking about augury damran. I did watch a few news stations from oklahoma and each one says aubrey's last name differently. Some say damn roaring and some say damer on so i am sincerely. Sorry if i do miss pronounce her last name. I tried my best to find sources that would be accurate in pronouncing yet. But they all say it differently..
"aubrey" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
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"aubrey" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"Himalayan salt and lemon turns out actually helps you go that fast at state so it actually both of these systems are really complimentary. Absolutely and the salt is huge. Because that actually without that your body's going to have it's going to be so craving food because it wants the salt from the food because again where assault what animal breathing out salt water air and breathing in dry air and so unless we start to replenish the salt the body is going to be craving that in a major way and driving you towards breaking your fast and so adding a little bit of that salt in some lemon. It's a great solution for fasting absolutely and those of you who take beyon- fasting the ques- will drop july. You will learn how to actually how himalayan salt and water can actually help you. Go through that fasted state in a much easier way so you gain all the benefits of fasting without some of the pain. So i'm really excited to get that out to you. Guys so aubrey. It's become to the tail end of this conversation. What would be your closing message for everyone here. The closing message. I think is that we all hardly even know what we're capable of. There's so much more that's possible for us and it takes one step at a time to start to unlock it. But when you go through this process and start to weave in all of these optimization practices and each one stacks on top of another one pretty soon. You're going to be so far from the person that you once knew that you're going to be really living a different life but it's starts with one simple choice one step one thing that you do and then maybe the next thing and then to the next thing but why not. Why not see what we're ultimately capable of. Why not find out what is possible for us. Why not decide how much energy we have or how much focus we can bring or how much joy we can have. How much play we can. Have you know when we have that energy. And we have that vitality. It's so much easier to have a laugh and and just be spontaneous and enjoy our life but when we're wrestling with ourselves and wrestling with our energy in eating food that isn't great for us and then we have to recover from the food and then we're reaching two more caffeine reaching all of these things it's like we're constantly interesting match with ourselves but instead arresting what if we were just flying like rana hang glider and just soaring through our day. And that's what's possible. It's possible for all of us and it just takes the dedication and the information to go one step at a time and reached that ultimate human potential amazing. Aubrey thank you so much of so great having you on this program on the summit and remember guys check out own your day on your life in amazing book by aubrey. Marcus aubrey thank you. And thank you guys for joining us. Today i'm vicious kiani and this is the mind valley podcasts. By the way some of you might be.
Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights
"In Washington marking 58 years since the historic I have a dream speech delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr the central Focus this year is federal voting rights legislation. Designed to combat election bills in several Republican states. The group also hosting marches and other cities today, including Atlanta, Miami in Houston, the state where Texas governor Greg Abbott will soon sign into long a bill that also blocks election officials from sending random absentee ballot applications that imposes ID requirements and gives more leeway to poll watchers. Fox says Jeff
"aubrey" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"The show Welcome welcome welcome. what you are about to hear is actually podcast recorded with my buddy. Aubrey marcus when i was in austin texas. We sat down at his house and had a a great and meaningful chat. I think you're you're gonna dig. It offers a cool guy and always always interesting discussion. So the show notes everything. Aubrey knight. Talk about you can find at ben. Greenfield fitness dot com for slash. Ben and aubrey ben grievance dot com slash ben and aubrey so anyways before we dive in i think my guest on today's show. Aubrey also does this One tactic that fellas like to do is to pull down their pants in front of a red light panel and shine it on their gonads for an increase into stone. And that's really honestly. Like how. I i started to look into red light. What can i say that that was my. That was my entry but now i have discovered that this red light is good for sleep optimization for simulating sunrise or sunset for college in for a last for thyroid for for a host of physiological functions that are beneficial and that don't involve you either a having balls or be shining lights right on your balls. The company that i use for this is called jew. They make these huge panels that can do a full body treatment on. They have little ones that you can take with you on the go I just got their new unit which has pulsing technology which pulses the near infrared to enhance recovery. The this stuff is just a bee's knees when it comes to what i say when i.
Louisville, Missouri: 26-Year-Old Sheriff's Deputy Killed in Ambush Shooting
"A twenty six year. Old sheriff's deputy was gunned down brandon shirley last week he was working a security job at rockford lane auto sales in of jefferson county. Sheriff john. Aubrey said the young man was rushed to a hospital where he died. The louisville police chief erica shields said shirley targeted an ambushed.
"aubrey" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"That's thought works dot com slash careers before we get into it and the book went. Ask you one more question. Having been raised with this sort of bizarre perspective afford different parents knowing the parents are listening to this. What would you. What advice would you give to parents based on your own upbringing. Why i think a lot of times people. I hear parents who they think that the kid needs the parents to stay together no matter what that's like the most important thing but my parents split up when i was two and it's the perhaps the greatest blessing of my entire childhood because not only did i get more incredible influences. I also got to see instead of them. My mom and my dad forcing a relationship. That wasn't loving. I got to see two models of really loving relationships where everybody was happy. And i think kids will mirror what they see if they see resentment in unhappiness in discord. You know their way more perceptive than we think and i think if they see that then they're gonna mirror that unhealthiness whereas you know if you can show them happiness in love however you want to get it on conventional conventional. I think that's a lot more important than you know. Just trying to walk this traditional route so walk me through how you get to on it. What is the path that is led you there and this is the gathered from reading the book and that's something that i keep finding as a common theme between hundreds of people interview. Is that the path to getting where they do is almost never linear so in addition to that. I'm curious why you think that's the case. Like why is it that most these paths are never linear. Yeah i think it's because you know you get to different vantage point. And then from that vantage point you have different options. But you're kind of blind until you get there. It's like you know you're climbing climbing in the new breakthrough and then you can actually look around and see you know things beyond the tree line. It's like multiple different tree. Lines trying to get above so that you can see what your own skill set is. What the market is dictating. What you really want who you really are. You know. there's these kind of moments where you just get more visibility and with visibility. You can really chart your course a little bit better and sometimes you just get you know some fortunate circumstances that kind of come in in those are gradual. Those kind of come out of nowhere to a certain degree you know. It's a great connection that you made and for me. It was something of all of that you know. I started a an online marketing company after graduating university of richmond and digital marketing and work with a bunch of different clients and had some success. Tana failures everything i started on my own was a failure but i had some success rather companies and other clients and and really the ultimately i. I knew that. I wanted to create something myself. You know i wanted to create not only a company but a movement i wanted to create something that reflected what i felt inside like what i felt like i had to give to the world and so started and found on it but i found it under the pretense i had to be really unique and really niche and create something that was like you know not just something that was like a whole new category and i.
Aubrey Marcus on Owning Your Day, Owning Your Life
"Doing creative work can be kind of lonely. And that's why we built the unmistakable listener tribe. The tribe is community for professionals to connect and support each other. Everything is designed to help you. Grow your business and share. What's working and what isn't and that's true whether you're a business owner or an artist could access to feedback live conversations with guests and so much more by joining the tribe you become part of a community of creators who all support each other and completely free hopefully see their visit. A mystic will creative dot com slash tribe to join again. That's a single creative dot com slash tribe. Be welcome to the mystical critic. Thanks so much for taking the time to join us. Yeah happy to be here so it is really great to have you here. I was actually introduced to you by way of your book marketing team. Who sent me a copy of your new book. Own your day on your life which It was mind blowing and filled with all sorts of insight which we will get into integrate bit of detail. But before we get there. I want to start asking you. What did your parents do for a living. And what impact did what they did for a living. End up having on the choices that you've made with your life. Yeah it's an interesting question. Because i had no my parents split when i was two years old so i ended up having four parents and all of them brought a great diversity of career but the one common factor was that they were all great at what they did so. My mother was a professional tennis player and got as high as number. Six in the world to billie jean king in the semifinals. A women so she was an athlete and that was her career path for she met. My father and my father was a commodity trader. In one of the pioneers in futures trading commodities in the us and written about in a book called market wizard excellent in his craft there and then my stepfather was a swat team squad leader and former collegiate wrestler and my stepmother was the nutraceutical doctor for all of pat. Riley's teams so the lakers in eighties. Nixon the nineties heat in the two thousands in a bunch of other kind of peak performers.
"aubrey" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"Japanese koreans no idea. Yeah and it's also. I don't know if it's culturally less acceptable for them to seek out out side of their circle. It's just hard when. I'm on dating apps. If i see someone that's clearly not westernized among just gonna pass and it same here but because here is a. There's more than that so mostly swipe left once once they figure out that. I wanna take learning chinese seriously. I'll take out do a tutor care if someone takes me to the night market in teaches me how to call one thing which you did which is great. Yeah remember when we went to the island. You taught me about ten belowa. School kids stamp on martine sri speaker. Oh i think. That's the only chinese ad hoc you probably did remember it. Yeah also you're the one that taught me about like job. Whatever because before. That i was like i have no idea how to ask for extra things he asked me. Yeah i'd in. Yeah i'm like this. You know i know what i need. I ask for not always get. But i asked for it i. It's honestly i use it all the time now and everyone's address them. They're like how do you know how to say that. On my how my ways yeah talking about the dating app difference between can tell all right so it's mostly that there's a lot more people here clearly asian not. I don't mean by the luck. I mean by their upbringing. Background bled some in canada. I guess it's more. What do they call me your. Abc's american born. He's on very progressive. I called him a. Abt's thank you. But in general. I'd say i don't remember. It's been like a year and a half since i've been on tendering. Canada is also weird that the time because like switching professions and but it say the biggest difference is even though. I think there's more hikes in vancouver. There's way more people asking to a hike in taipei realize that to a lot of people. Ask me for hike. Which is there's a lotta hikes in taipei. But if you go on even a couple of days a week you can go all the hikes in no time and that you've seen the view of the top already is not a hiking. Maher is just a walk up the stairs. And i don't know why girls asked to gonna hike because on runnin love those. There's some shape. The grows is behind suffocating. I out from someone else chatting up some old man we gave height. That's exactly what a aubrey. You're coming back here. So i wanted to go. That was fun. Maybe for those people they stay on why they still wanna go. I mean i like high extol getting wrong. Put gets repetitive. After some time. I don't go on that many days. I'm just saying you're like that. I think also had a car was in canada. So i could go to places and We was legal. I don't smoke. Is there a big difference for the apps for you in taipei. Where you were in taipei. Most of them were almost ninety. Percent of them are asian sound race. That's usually how a good phrase starts. But i i would avoid cohen on a date with asian people chinese. Yeah because i feel like your situation. I would rather go with david. Abc rabi t for someone. It's rust nice enough so we can have a conversation together. super local hair. The noriko brought in who can barely talk to them about anything what our local guys like nausea dated bunch or at least one. I did a four k. They're all ex for Now three of them are yanni's foot. I mean that. At the time i was local to buy. Mike wasn't open to tell the difference. It's funny we save for. Westernize was hailed their minds wardrobe talented very small country. If he stay here for your entire life peerages as you. So confided in this experiencing different cultures makes your mind is just thought it sounded funny when you have in your mind. You're open sounds weird but you get one me. And then my last two relationships there either super americanized or their wagon. He was american. So i just realized actually had like this relationship in like how we can talk about things like the difference. If you like different. I like the difference. Some people were avoided them trying to that piece. I like the difference. I can't imagine. I think they're opening the drawers in the cabinet was so fucking land attached to the floor of the setting end the ground. So when you slide he can actually hear it all who has to open their fucking closet. Five looking for something and couldn't find it and then maybe hear knows here. No we and they just don't know the morals lammers sucks. That's one thing sir vaping and then i'll say come to quit and then i watched this video on our one. That was like some podcast. And some of those like you know what they found in smokers. Brains didn't find any symptoms of alzheimer's or any other disorders because apparently nicotine is very good for brain autopsy. Award more baby. i'm very. i'm very goal like. Oh yeah it's good free. Let's go talk about difference right. Yep yeah different striking. yeah i. I'm really into quarters in talking to different people even learning different language. From who i'm dating. I have this really weird habit. If i'm dating someone. From different countries start learning their language. That's good though for now like hundreds and focus on learning that that was pick up some words. Or i will google. It had received his word had to say something. I dated. the canadian crane girl. And i did not learn any korean in a year and a half not one word. Yeah but i think because she was a canadian is in june really like she spoke green at home but I never heard it. And so i know after started learning chinese Cool probably get into it just for basic phrases here and there. I had a really good friend in high. School was korean. Have you ever. I think we talked about it last time when i say last hour meeting over are multiple conversations but Have you ever had any experience with the same sex. They can super straight. i oceans. I'm kidding i am definitely hundred percent straight most of the time unless i'm watching. Pirates of the caribbean in johnny. Depp is on there with a london. Blue minimum like daham..
"aubrey" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"Breaking now around the problem like how you're not saying no laughing elliott arce crafty You like o'brien. Pick anyone but aubrey craft. But if i say. Hey aubrey and then for now line okay. You're gonna be aubrey. You aubrey set. That's a cool name difficult. It's difficult and theodora names. Your yeah yeah. There's also i to chase the chase eye like aubrey mark. Aubrey event. what about do you want aubrey chase. Aubrey craft set. Your aubrey chase from now on. I was thinking about the podcast. I was kind of excited to have you on. Because i thought that you have a very unique perspective on dating and i thought what you did before covid is such a specific environment and we discussed before wall and i thought it would be interesting to draw. Parallels discuss that in more detail possibly recording it. So you were Would call cabin crew. Have you always used timber or dating while you're while working as i was not in the beginning but after wa realized that kimberlites using it in the job makes need long sometimes. Why not making more friends. So that's where i start using a were you using it when you had When you're back-off flight or would you use them on layovers as well and do all the time when you just have matches from all over the world. Yes that's insane. Like i remember once i went to also in that week and i didn't swipe anything but when i go back to my base i swipe it and realize match with someone in also and i'm going back to also next week so we messed up i messages. I am going back to also like to show me round the yeah perfect so went out do they. Over him and he showed me around. The city was pretty pretty good decent guy. He's not trying anything but he's pretty polite. I did the same thing. When i was traveling to i fought. It's more natural meeting local people than just couch surfing. But the there's a lot of creepy people on that one. Yeah i've met someone on that too. I didn't use it. But one of my crew on the over. He used it and he's a my friends. So what do you mean france. Yeah i am. I met up with some guys disappeared. Yeah he said one comes like what went with him and those people are not weird but off. Yeah yeah slightly. I've met some really nice people on couch surfing. When i was in bangkok i met a group. They're really nice in. Did you only use tender or other apps we have. I was the call on both. Get on both those like way to domes. Like you're pretending you don't know the name. I use the because there's another one called ben boo or something bambu moore bowen ben looser. I always confused okay. Yeah that's fair. What about plenty fish analyst. No not many but yet they the major ones so bumbled. Tender bamboo like wait. What is called obey goal. Something it's lou. Coffee meets bagel. Yes something of that. Yeah i've never used was that like it's very similar to bumble. Say no okay right now. I still have my phone. I have tender bumble. A thought one will end. The bagel thing is the same thing. 'cause see you look is overly. Yeah almost maybe it's the same company. Maybe i dunno just one is purple. Yellow ochre yeah. Yeah that's a new one. I think or at least not really yeah. It's not as popular one of a coup recommended to me. What's your favorite city for apps. What do you mean by the profile or by mono like how hot guys are on definite europe europe the way. Okay so you would. Match guys in europe Take you out The city those kind of the only basic those only one okay. what was the otherwise match in. We talked to bed in the realize. I was in there so that okay. Maybe next time we're still talking on social media up answer yes or snapchat. That's talking yeah. They still hoping some lift. A more thorough. Before in europe you can see stories my posts and how very interesting lifestyle. Maybe you can travel back to my country again you to like all of your own scrimmages traveling the world. How many countries have been too so far forty nine or not many but still. That's like three times more than me. But some countries. I counted a win. For hundred hundred. All go out and you still count it. S still counting but for those countries Travel may be thirty the night count germany. Because i've been to frankfurt airport once now. You have to leave the airport. Is that what you're saying. Okay cool. I think maybe forty advent forty forty. So you've dated someone in the us yes have. You dated anyone in europe yet. They really do like how did define date. I realize people definitions of dating. Yeah that's close good question. How do you define days if i did is on one. I have to see more than like five times like a lot of times. We have a lot of conversations. I was thinking more along the lines of someone you have a conversation with a were dating and were exclusive. That's fading what i would call dating but again i realize it's probably very antiquated method of saying we're dating. There's a lot of me. No more open minded people out there these days. But i wouldn't. I wouldn't say if i went on a date with One or two time all different on no does go out on a date for what you saying is the datings before you become like official over voice you may saying yeah then yes i think generally at least the way i talk about is like you're dating someone who's your boyfriend or girlfriend whatever you're into but if you're just going on dates that's like a fifties the will your own dates your this. Is your boyfriend girlfriend wild. When are you getting married like though. That's what i mean by dating. Then i never take off from europe but i did.
On This Day: Buster Posey Arrives Full Force at New York Giants
"In Giants history, We're going to go back to a really cool moment in Giants history. 2010 1 Buster Posey was arriving full force just called up from the minors and the Giants going to turn that season around in July with a huge help. The rookie Buster Posey. So it's 77 10 were in Milwaukee. Miller Park taking on the Brewers Brewers are pitching a guy named Chris Narva Sin and Andres Torres greets him with a bomb is a good start Homers to start the game. Freddy Sanchez flies out and then Aubry half he hits a bomb. So it's two nothing Giants Pat Burrow with a base. It's they're seeing this guy and here he is recently called up from the minor leagues, Buster Posey. Here's Buster Posey, a long drive deep to left center got home run into the Milwaukee bullpen. Buster Posey makes enough for nothing game. Posey's fourth home run and the Giants with a four. Nothing first inning lead the Giants just opening it up to the stretch it to 7 to 1 in the fourth when Freddy Sanchez clears the bases with a three run triple ever since, still in the game, by the way, he walks Aubrey Huff and Pat Burrow to reload the bases. Finally, they give them the hook and bring in Chris Capuano. But he's got a face Buster Posey and Like I said, Guys, he was arriving here is a pitch, he swings and it's a high drive to right field. Corey Hart's going back on the warning track. He's at the wall gone. It's a grand slam for Posey, who's hit two home runs tonight, and now he's got his first big league Grand Slam. He hits this one to right field, clearing the bases. The Giants lead is 11 to 1. It was all happening. Just started to get hot. Buster Posey four for four career high six RBS Giants win 15 to 2 on July 7 2010 huge game for Buster Posey, and this has been Brian
"aubrey" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"Here still. He won the lottery. Oh try fix me in from the sky. And that's wrong. I scattered into pieces. And you won't find them all. But i can muster up the strain to sing to.
"aubrey" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"aubrey" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"The trombone in middle school. Yeah i can. I took up the trombone after having a childhood steeped in singing playing singing in musical theater and church and everywhere. And then when i was kind of done doing the musical theater thing i wanted to be back at school my friends and i'm twelve or thirteen and that's a very vulnerable time to be alive. You're you're not exactly a confident woman at twelve and you're somewhat moody and pre teeny at that point in time so it was very important to me to have lunch with my friends but they didn't have lunch with me. They had differ lunch because all my friends were in the band. Because i was in the nerdy. Smart kids class turns out. Lots of those kids were in band. It's just funny how that works. I asked i. I was crying because they didn't share lunch with them. And my mother who was the choir director at my school so there would be. There was no way. I was going to be inquire asked her colleague van director. If i could join the band he said sure. What does she play and she said she doesn't play anything. She reads music. I read music from some remedial piano lessons from working in the theaters. And i could saying. But i didn't play anything and so my dad brought home. My dad was a principal at a high school but he was a ban he had been abandoned after he brought home a clarinet french horn saxophone trombone. He played trumpet. So you had those at home. And i tried them all and i could make a sound on the trombone and then because of my parents. It's not just that my parents are music teachers. That's not directly. Why i learned from them. I'm more. I did learn from them. Being teachers not directly. Because who wants to what ten-year-old their dad to teach them something now that he did he did. Try but i was. He was very patient with me. But you know. I mostly learned through them not just because i was hearing them. Teach private lessons at home with other kids but i was also exposed to their musical tastes so i'm hearing them play james brown and chicago and i'd seen trombones in those bands at heard trombones in the fans see. I'm not even mentioning jazz yet right however we all we we we as adults know that chicago and james brown both of rock and roll and that kind of funk came from jazz we know that too well and just rock you know but yeah i had some similarity with trump i and so i picked it and i only later. Once i started digging into playing it realized that this is very much like the voice. It's a flexible instrument. You can express very vocally on the trombone. The degree to which different trombone players sound different than one. Another is like how singers sound different than one another more so than maximum players. I mean i can still hear my favorite saxophone player. Play their first lines and know exactly what it is it because i've been exposed so many but the differences in tampere between trombone player trombone player is more. I think more of a signature than that between other instruments. I it might be because of the physics of the larger instrument. There's more that can vary. But.
"aubrey" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"Head into our interview with aubrey. Logan off out there are two people who don't like me opening day. And i all the time counted to work right. Laugh all the time and still down.
Too Soon? The CDC Relaxes Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated
"Okay ellison aubrey. Since the new mass guidance from the cdc came out different groups. Industries have responded. Let's start with businesses. Sure i mean. Many of the big retailers are dropping their masking requirements including walmart. Costco starbucks walmart says. It supports employees. Who may choose to continue to wear masks. Even if they're fully vaccinated and all of these chains are encouraging people who are not vaccinated to continue to mask now over the weekend cd. Rochelle walinsky was pressed about the new policy and she cautioned. That masks will be with us for a while. Likely said a lot of people are not vaccinated and they should be masking in many settings. He or she is on nbc. This was not permission to shed masks for everybody everywhere. This was really science driven individual assessment of your risk. And now we all need to work together and cdc is hard at work now saying what does this mean for schools for travel for camps for businesses. I think what she's getting at here. Mattie is there is more guidance to come now. They've shifted this strategy unmasking. A lot of the other guidance for what to do in the office what to do in schools will need to get looked at again reviewed now given how hard it is to police the new policy. I mean it's hard to know who is or isn't vaccinated. This really just comes down to the honor system and dr walinsky ask people to be honest with themselves because people who are not vaccinated are putting themselves at risk. Yeah i i mean alison. This was the part kind of blew me away. I mean this puts the burden on individuals to do the right thing by themselves and also by others. And i i don't know i don't think we have evidence that an honor system will work in the us especially with the stakes being this high. Well there definitely are critics. Marc perron is president of the united food and commercial workers international union which represents about one point three million frontline retail and grocery store workers. He says the guy insists confusing. And that the cdc has failed to consider how it will impact essential workers who face frequent exposure to people who are not vaccinated. And some refuse to wear masks. I think that the guidance should busy. People should wear masks at least until we get to that herd immunity number. We're not there yet. We only have about forty percent of the population fully vaccinated and i. I think that we could have waited another couple of months. And there's also similar concern from nurses mattie leaders of the national nurses united which is the largest union of registered nurses in the. Us say the new policy threatens the lives of patients nurses and other frontline workers across the
NPR Health Correspondent, Allison Aubrey, on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids
"Aubrey. We've been hearing for weeks now that this age group twelve to fifteen year olds are next. What do we know about how the vaccine works for them. Scherer we'll scientist at the fda have been reviewing the clinical trial data that included more than two thousand kids and it appears to be all positive children in this age. Group develop a lot of antibodies. They have very mild side effects and pfizer says older participants in the trial will continue to be monitored for long term protection and safety for an additional two years got it so as far as efficacy and side effects are concerned it's basically affecting them just like it as adults. Yeah pretty much so. I spoke to patricia stench field. She is a nonvoting member of. Cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations she says from what's been released so far. The vaccine appears to be very effective than this age. Group seems to be one hundred percent effective. No child in the study. How on that. Twelve to fifteen year old. Adolescence got kobe. Very few kids. Got a fever. Many had arm pain just like adults and stints field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks. That's kind of incredible one hundred percent effective right. And that's what was shown in the trial setting now in the real world. We might come to find out. Isn't one hundred percent but certainly early suggests it's very very effective but it appears that some parents are hesitant to get this vaccine for their kids. Right yes a recent survey from the kaiser family foundation found only three in ten parents of children in this age groups they would they would get their child vaccinated as soon as the vaccine is available. Many say they'll wait now. I spoke to dr li beers about this. She's the president of the american academy of pediatrics. She says she's not surprised that there's hesitancy out there. And she says pediatricians are going to be working really hard in the coming weeks and months to reassure parents and help answer questions.
Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery's Shooting Charged With Hate Crime
"Justice Department has announced federal hate crime charges against three men in the death of a model Aubrey. He's the Georgia man killed while out for a run last year. It comes as federal officials have moved quickly to open civil rights investigations into trouble. Police
"aubrey" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Gonna turn on your little toy flashlight and my this young john how how help help. I need an ending for this joke. Trust your emotions motion. Dodge navan with it well arch barker as you could tell at a more modern in different way to see comedy than some of our usual acts. I hope you enjoyed that set from him. As i mentioned earlier arch went on to do several comedy cds once a few awards in was very popular headliner clubs and special events and concerts all around the world but he seemed to have his biggest success in australia. Which is where he lives now. And i've heard he's doing very well well. This has been a lot of fun. We've gone back to our roots what you might see. If you went out to a comedy club we had our opening act. Chris rains are featured at kenny aubrey. And we just had. Our headliner arch barker. Thanks again for joining us for this week. Show be sure to listen next sunday when we're launched another one. Thanks for joining us by. We hope you enjoyed this episode of standup comedy. Your host and emcee for information on the show merchandise and our sponsors or descend comments to scott. Visit our website at www dot stand up your host and emcee dot com look for more episodes soon and enjoy the world of standup comedy. Visit a comedy showroom near you..
"3 Act Comedy Format" Raines, Aubrey, & Barker Show #59 - burst 2
"'arge barker excited i just got a I just got him a mobile. And that's nice got the i'm trying to go high tech but i got a phone. I got a computer but only because it came with a video game built into it and eighty sold me. Let the video game in it. It's like the sweetest game. Because it's like i don't even normally like space games but this totally three d like you're flying through space and meteors. They find your head and it feels like the room you're into the cockpit and you're the captain in charge of the whole vessel. It's so bad ass. I don't even know how to play yet. I'll tell you the truth. It's called screensaver. And then when things get to harry you press any button you go in the ship computer database in there and i don't know what you do with it but i think you get the data into the database in order to save the screen
At least 100 people arrested for illegal street racing in metro Atlanta county
"Than 100 people arrested in a street racing bust in clay. Dayton County was the latest crackdown on racing in metro Atlanta Public information officer Aubrey Aubrey ALS Stroud playing County police officers were issued a challenge to combat street racing in the county, and we answered it this morning, A total of 75 adults were arrested and charged with Lord Goring or prowling with some being charged with possession of a firearm under the age of 18. 27 Juvenile's were arrested and their parents were charged with curfew violations.
Nearly 100 Arrested in Atlanta Street Racing Roundup
"Than than 100 100 people people arrested arrested in in a street a street racing racing bust bust in in clay. clay. Dayton Dayton County County was was the latest the latest crackdown crackdown on on racing racing in metro in metro Atlanta Atlanta Public Public information information officer officer Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey ALS ALS Stroud Stroud playing playing County County police police officers officers were were issued issued a challenge a challenge to to combat combat street street racing racing in in the county, the county, and and we we answered answered it this it this morning, morning, A A total total of 75 of 75 adults adults were were arrested arrested and charged and charged with with Lord Lord Goring Goring or or prowling prowling with with some some being being charged charged with with possession possession of a of firearm a firearm under under the the age age of 18. of 18. 27 27 Juvenile's Juvenile's were were arrested arrested and and their their parents parents were were charged charged with with curfew curfew violations. violations.
2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City
"Have been arrested in separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charged with assault and tampering with a witness. He has already posted bond in Cedar Hill Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty. He was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each charge. Steve Coming
2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents
"To Dallas police officers have been arrested and separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charred. With the salt and tampering with a witness. He has already posted Bond in Cedar Hill. Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each
Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do
"Safai here with npr health correspondent. Alison aubrey hale. Said they agreed to be here mattie. So you're here because there was a press briefing by the white house. Covid nineteen response team on monday with some long awaited guidance. A morning. and thank you. I'm glad to be back with you today. Let's get started that. Cdc director rochelle walinsky and she said after weeks of steady decline new coronavirus cases. There's been a leveling of that decline the country's averaging about sixty thousand new cases a day. Yeah i mean it's not great caseload wise. We are pretty much where we were right. Before the winter surge and the most recent seven day average deaths is slightly lower than two thousand deaths per day. So that's pretty troubling but we'll landscape also said she was hopeful and she pointed to the approximately thirty one million people. That's about twelve percent of us adults who are fully vaccinated and is more americans vaccinated a growing body of evidence. Now tells us that there are some activities that fully vaccinated people can resume at low risk to themselves and mattie she went on to detail new cdc guidelines about what activities are considered safe for fully vaccinated people. Because everyone wants to get back to something. That looks kind of like normal or normal ish. I mean this is the news. People have been waiting for right. Vaccinated people can have a little more freedom to socialize but before we get ahead of ourselves. Alison let's make sure everyone knows what we mean. When we say believe excavated shirt so a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after getting the second dose of either the pfizer or a modern of vaccines because those required two shots or two weeks. After the single dose of the johnson and johnson vaccine because for that one. You only need that. Single dose to be fully vaccinated. That's right now. These new guidelines are not the final word. There's sort of a baby step towards a return to normal doctor will linski made clear during the briefing. The science of covid nineteen is complex and our understanding of the virus continues to rapidly evolve. The recommendations is today are just a first step so as more people get vaccinated the understanding will grow about what activities are safe to do and this guidance will be updated so today on the show we talk about the cdc's first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people and why it's still important for all of us to remain vigilant. This shortwave the daily science podcast from npr ellison. I am very glad to have you here today. And we are going to go into the caveats and the guidance and we're going the sectors you know. I have to say this does feel like kind of a moment to celebrate that we are getting you know a little bit of freedom back The cdc guidance is relaxing about what vaccinated people can do So i just wanna start off being like this is pretty awesome You know what i mean. Yeah i agree. There's a sense of optimism. we all feel it. We look at these vaccination numbers taking up and thank you know. The new normal is right around the corner. But i just have to say hang on folks like there are still sixty thousand cases. The date musto dolts haven't been vaccinated yet. So there's a lot of vulnerable people out there and the pandemic is not yet in the rear view mirror. Absolutely absolutely so. Let's get into it. What does the new guidance say that fully vaccinated people can do the agency says that fully vaccinated people can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks and without social distancing they can also gather unmasked with people from another household who are not vaccinated if everybody. There is at low risk of serious illness. So it's really a green light for scenarios of like grandparents who want to gather with their children or their grandchildren right. I mean this guidance gives the example fully vaccinated grandparents can visit indoors with their unvaccinated healthy family members. And that's without wearing masks. Or physical distancing provided of course that none of the unvaccinated family members are at high risk of severe covid nineteen. So let's break that down for a second alison sure who is considered high risk for severe covid. And who's considered low risk people. At high risk include older adults remember the vast majority of data people seventy five and older another high risk group pregnant individuals and people certain medical conditions those at lower risk include kids and healthy adults people who've had minimal exposure to other people bottomline risk goes up with age and the guidance from this week also says that the should be confined to one household. Right yeah right. They're very specific about this. And they give some scenarios The dividing line in your mind sort of be private spaces where you control. Who's around your home and public spaces. So at home if you are fully vaccinated and your friend or member fully vaccinated green light here to gather do at unmasked with knows distancing required alleluia. another scenario. my parents are vaccinated. Now they can come to my house even though we are not fully vaccinated and my ten year. Old daughter is too young to be vaccinated. We are considered low so vaccinated people can go visit unvaccinated people as long as everyone. There is considered low risk. Okay so that's all the good stuff. Let's talk about areas to be kind of cautious around sure. This is where there are some caution flags vaccinated people visiting unvaccinated people from people households at the same time. This is where the risks starts to sort of add up or accumulate so in this kind of situation. Everyone should wear a mask and visit outdoors of possible. Or if you are indoors make sure it's a well ventilated space and maintain physical distance when it comes to medium or large gatherings say baseball game a wedding. It's recommended that everyone including fully vaccinated people continue to avoid them. Yeah i mean. Let's talk about why we still need some of these precautions. Sure i mean officials say there's a growing body of evidence to show that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to become infected and also potentially less likely to spread the virus to others. They use that word potential because the risk appears to be quite low but this is not completely nailed down yet. So as science evolves there will likely be more updated guidance and the guidance even talked about how in rare cases vaccinated people could get sick could have symptoms. Yeah i mean the risk is low but it's not zero mean the clinical trial showed. The vaccines are very very effective. They're not a hundred percent effective. And so the cdc says if fully vaccinated person has symptoms they should isolate and talk to a doctor and possibly get a test but they also say if fully vaccinated person has a known exposure. Say go to work and they later find out that a close contact was infected. They do not need to quarantine or get tested because they're infection risk is low though they should sort of monitor themselves for symptoms right so if a person who's vaccinated feeling sick they should isolate and talk to a doctor but if they get exposed to somebody who said that doesn't necessarily mean they need to you know go into quarantine. They just need to kind of monitor themselves. That's right
ASP's Favorite Things
"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai
Dallas officer arrested on 2 murder charges
"Dallas tonight. Police officer arrested and charged with two counts of capital murder officer Brian Riser, a 13 year veteran of the department, was arrested in connection with two murders that occurred in 2017 chief Eddie Garcia says that a man came forward, saying riser had directed him to kill 31 year old Lisa signs then ordered to do the same to a man named Aubrey Douglas. According to witnesses. He was also kidnapped and murdered. Unfortunately, his body was never recovered. In May, 2017 riser was arrested after being accused of misdemeanor assault, family violence causing bodily injury. The investigation into the murders continues. Austin York for CBS