35 Burst results for "Avon"

"avon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"avon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In mind in Avon, their slogan Traffic 24 North on picking up Harrison Boulevard to 93. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three All right there. Laurie a look now at the WBZ four day AccuWeather forecast as we check in live now WBZ AccuWeather, meteorologist in DeVore. Seeing that the thunderstorm pull off the south, Sure, and then making an aim at the lower cape there towards Dennis and Brewster. Um even Wellfleet and Orleans are going to get into that province. Tell me get a little brush. There's some shower thunderstorm activity up in New Hampshire to that's moving offshore as well. It will take a break then for the mid day into the afternoon, will heat it up Jim to about 90, or so real fuels between about 95 100 this afternoon and then later this afternoon this evening, another round of thunderstorms that could bring damaging winds and possibly some Hail and some flooding. Downpours sticky overnight Low seventies another day to near 90 Tomorrow, and some more thunderstorms pop up late in the day tomorrow. Then Thursday, a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon will stay in the load of its seventies and then could be some wind and some rain as Elsa moves by Thursday night into Friday how much rain will depend on the track and speed of Elsa mid seventies? Couple of showers leftover into the weekend. As we watch that system for the end of the week here, we're gonna have to watch also carefully with some wind and rain to see how much that is going to be for us here in the Boston area will keep you up to date on WBZ Monson's NewsRadio. Alright, 13. And right now we're looking at 69 degrees in. We have cloudy skies in Boston. It is 6 25 on WBC NEWSRADIO, Alan Alan check for New England business here. Gun purchases have been on the rise all across the country, they skyrocketed among the uncertainty.

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Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline

"In summer. Tourists flock to the outer banks barrier islands off the coast of north carolina the islands are famous for pristine sandy beaches with those beaches are washing away. As wind and waves wash stand over the dunes barrier islands naturally migrate but homes hotels in roads do not and rising seas extreme storms are accelerating coastal erosion dare county manager. Bobby outten says that without intervention the erosion will continue the migration continue. And it's just a matter of time before major. Major thoroughfares are damaged or destroyed so in several towns with heavy erosion dare county has pumped in sand and widen beaches. Next is the village of avon where plan beach nourishment project will help protect highway twelve. The only road in out of highway twelve is closed. You can't get through avon. You can't pick up trash you can't have. Ems ron trucks can't run. We can't provide any service nor can the people go to the grocery store to their doctors appointments to church to do the things that they normally do so while the project will cost at least eleven million dollars out and says it's critical to protect the town's economy and

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Fidelity wants to launch a bitcoin ETF

The Breakdown with NLW

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Fidelity wants to launch a bitcoin ETF

"Fidelity becomes the latest to file for a bitcoin. Atf yes fidelity have added their hat to the ring as the sixth live etf application. I jokingly tweeted yesterday that i think the is going to have to allow one just because they get sicker reviewing them. And i don't think that's far off the wise origin. Etf has fd funds management as the sponsor with fidelity service company as the administrator and fidelity digital as custodian. Here's a fun. Easter egg as well. Alex thorn formerly of avon ventures which was a fidelity investment group. Pointed this out. He tweeted out fidelity's bitcoin. Etf is named wise origin. Why souto she in kanji means wisdom or sense. Nakamoto in kanji means base root or origin. Pretty lit if you ask me. Interestingly this wasn't the only. Etf news apparently goldman sachs also filed for notes. The pay out to an etf that may have exposure to bitcoin or cryptos. This is definitely toe dipping. Compared to what twitter excitedly reported from the start but still fidelity and sort of goldman getting in on the bitcoin. T.f game in the same day is pretty back

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"avon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"avon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

The Small Business Success Podcast

05:08 min | 5 months ago

Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

"Welcome everyone to another exciting episode of small biz. Buzz i'm laura dolan and i'm crystal heff and today. We have another fellow keeper with us. His name is grady. Kerr is the customer webinar trainer for our customers here at keep and today he's going to talk about the lessons. He learned from being failed entrepreneur. Grady it's true. I learned avon being great. It'd be an outdoor. i can't wait. This is going to be a great topic. And i just wanna say right from the start. Thank you for being so vulnerable. Vulnerable side that again and sharing this with our audience. I think it'll be a great lesson and not alone out there So i'm excited for it But a couple of things. You're expecting baby number five. That's true baby number five. I've got three boys a little girl and now another little boy on the way in any any any day now any moment now probably literally any moment now folks may hear it here first. Yeah i think we can do it at home. Maybe we'll do it live yes baby. Watch twenty twenty twenty twenty -solutely. Here's one thing we can take away from it. Like your year myers great. I got new kid on the way that. Say the same thing i'm like. Hey i adopted a puppy and a kitten this year. We're doing great so all about perspective. Exactly they're all making me jealous. I need at least two more puppies to make this year balance out so many to be adopted crystal do it. Well laura always handles intros. 'cause i'm a little bit nervous about getting right into it but has it affect awesome. Well should grady's child come. Well we're on this podcast. My payback will be. I will do the altro and i will make it really fun and exciting or grady as well as for everyone. I'm going back. ok. Grady make sure your wife is holding that kid in just a little longer. I will awesome. Well really excited. But i wanted to start off by asking or having you because lauren. I know your stuff all the time. I'll tell us a little bit more about what you as the trainer. Yeah you bet so. One of the initiatives that we've got going on right now is trying to scale our on boarding process trying to scale our customer education process and so i- host to open our series for the company the first one is called new customer webinars and it's designed for customers in their first thirty days. Tell them to get acclimated. Software learn how it works. Learn some use cases and then the second series. I host automation hours and in the automation hours. What we do is we help. Customers have been with us for plus modestly around that area and we on one of our amazing partners. Join us and talk about some more advanced topics really revolving around. Yeah that we've got to automate yet. The most success out of our software not about baseball. I know automation hours. Have come in really handy especially during covid trying to work on their make. Sure that it's functioning need it. Would that be honor now. Is i think when you're working in your business. That's when you're like you're not putting out fires and you're just like everything's just going in years. I'm just following along your day as managing you working on your businesses that outside in approach What's working what's not. How can it be more intentional. I think there's a lot to do right now. Is is pivot is the word. I love the geller. Mantra they saw. Hey i can't do business the way that i was before i've got a pivot somehow and that's really how the automation hours reborn like. We were going to have these going for two weeks as we find the curve and it was going to be done jokes on us. It's still going and so we have to go. And it's been a really really wealth of just good information and actionable content or just people over and over. And we've actually raiders to come and join us for every single session with great And so it's just great those customers out there that know that one of the best can do for your business get educated. Be able to know. Hey there's probably things out there that i don't know it's that vulnerability i talked about the such a failed entrepreneur like we have to be vulnerable in order for us to get better. You go to the doctor and you've got some sort of chest pain in the ass. You how you're doing. You're saying. Ben tastic dot can ever better like you're going to have a hard time. I've actually gone to the doctor with my mom or and they asked that question and she's listed like twenty things wrong with their before we get there and she's like oh he's been really good and i'm looking at her like no. We're getting into this today. So i'm like what about all these things doc looking at her like how could you say you're good with all these example. I know and that's really cool that it that it just took off like that you know you were only planning on having it a couple of weeks and here we are. That's amazing now. Do you see that these new customers have some common issues that that you also have. When you're starting your business i mean. I know we haven't gotten to that yet. So i know i'm jumping ahead. But the reason why people jump into these webinars to fill any kind of needs that they have. I think for me. The the common thread that i've seen is in. It's kind of but the idea of follow up. that's the global. There's different ways that we follow up that we follow up but follow up his always the common theme. It's an idea of something has occurred. And now i need to react to it and i don't do and so helping customers realized that one is that. Hey there's stimuli out there that usually react to and helping you understand how you can react and what tools you have at your disposal calva. Sylvia that reaction

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The Real Danger of QAnon

People of the Pod

05:20 min | 6 months ago

The Real Danger of QAnon

"Finkelstein founder and director of the national contagion researchers to a nonpartisan multidisciplinary research group of experts including neuroscientists psychologists. Physicists machine learning experts who study online disinformation pamela. Presi is one of those experts. A senior research fellow at the institute who focuses on the psychology of thriving in a liberal democracy both have been sounding the alarm about the dangers of the antisemitic conspiracy theory cue on and we're not at all surprised to see the events at the capitol on january six there with us now to discuss what we can expect to see next from the movement and what is within our control to stop it pamela. Joel welcome to people of the pod. Thanks for having us so first of all. Please explain for our listeners. In the most basic of terms what is cunanan and why a group called. The american jewish committee might find it troubling. So cunanan is a cybercult that organized with populist conspiracy theories largely on twitter but another social networks as well it really got its roots in a trench community called h. ham and hmi is largely considered armpit of the internet Some of the worst ideas that arrived from social media come out of. Atm was inching about the colt of cunanan. Is that unlike other populist movements which rely on trash tags and organiz based on conspiracies have anti semitic components be value add for cunanan also had an anonymous profit so these diffuse organizations that form lobs on the basis of hashtags. They have a lot of power and benefit because people can act out in the name of the conspiracy without anybody really being responsible but one of the drawbacks. They have is that there's no leadership q. Figured out a solution to solve that you create anonymous leader who can drop missives secret coded information on avon that's encrypted with encryption that he's the only one that has the key for doing q enlisted his followers to become fellow researchers but got them researching with one another to portray vision of reality became increasingly apocalyptic. Interesting and so tell me a little bit more about the anti semitism that runs through cunanan. And how it informs these theories and this movement. The conspiracy group really semitic disinformation because every single successful conspiracy. Group necessarily has to reach for antisemitic. Disinformation as a matter of history and pragmatics. The beauty for a conspiracy theorist beauty being an awkward us but the the ease of anti semitic elements is that they are conspiratorial. And so there's a long history of as joe was saying things to grab things to look for that you just need to look at anti semitism defined and then you just enter that world that conspiratorial world where there is a mysterious you know evoke but somehow secretly powerful other who hides among you and is not always easy to spot that has tentacles in every seat of power government media and finance. That's the jewish conspiracy theory. That's the disinformation about jews. Jews benefit from transparency and the new technology of social media allows for so many areas of black boxes. You know so. Many areas of the dark web so many areas were light is not shining. And that's where these conspiracies grow pamela. Going back to your point about transparency. I'd argue everyone benefits from it. But yes i see your point about jews benefiting from that. I also should point out q. Went on rose to prominence not just during the isolation of the pandemic but during a moment of racial reckoning in this country is that relevant one of the places where we see this coming together in terms of the tools of the network contagion research institutes used to to create transparency and social media. Literally our goals create literacy on social media use machine learning to extract trans at a massive scale. So you characterize the information operations from these groups like you know and one of the largest information operations ever witnessed took place in the middle of quarantine when george floyd was killed and it was mobilized by cuban on and it was blaming george soros for instigating a civil war against antifa the moral other and so that really kind of i think brings home pamelas point in very concrete terms. You had this entire conspiracy network mobilizing around the idea that jewish international financier was causing a civil war was the force behind the moral other and that that was happening in the midst of the conditions of quarantine in that force not coincidentally also behind the virus so that was the largest surge of source activity. We've seen on twitter

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"avon" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"avon" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Day of january. Great to have you with us. This month brought big changes to a beloved brand avon. I made a name for itself by offering housewives away to earn independent income by selling skin-care perfume and cosmetics from home but the iconic american company is no longer an independent corporation or based in america the household name cosmetics company is now to companies owned by two different international corporations south korean consumer products giant elgin household and health healthcare which bought avon's north american business and brazil's largest cosmetic company nature cosmetic os which bought the majority of the company in a deal that closed this month. Lg is also a significant investor in the net. Sure deal. it's another end of an era story which has been a familiar. Refrain of late for nearly a century and a half. Avon's presence has been a constant in the beauty sector. Now you'll say lights from the beginning. Avon was a trendsetter decades. Before american women had the right to vote avon founder. David h mcconnell gave them a chance to earn an independent living. Mcconnell was a traveling book salesman who offered perfume to his customers. As a perk. The perfume was so popular that he soon created his own product line in the late eighteen hundreds. He recruited women. He met during his book selling days. As the first quote avon ladies in the century that followed the company became a direct selling amazon with more than six million home-based representatives at its peak. But the beauty behemoth suffered an ugly fall in more recent years value plummeted from its peak of twenty billion dollars. The company struggled to keep pace with changing consumer tastes one forbes. Report blames the company's decline on a failure to adapt to the changing role of women in the workplace. An ill conceived plan to crack the retail sector in stores like sears in jc penney after well known ceo andrea junks. Ouster in twenty eleven one citigroup analysts said quote. You guys are so totally screwed up in. So many ways that change has to be radical a report in fortune recount. The company also failed to anticipate new competition. Both from companies like amazon and from upstarts like rodin and fields. That's the skin care. Brand behind the wildly popular. Acne treatment proactiv rodin and fields was purchased by estee lauder three years later and converted into a direct selling company. The brand now grosses more than a billion dollars a year. Largely because tech savvy. Soccer moms sell the lotions and serums to their pows by a social media but avon may win the beauty competition and the end. Direct sailings appeal has faded in the us. But it's still a popular concept in many other countries and the new international focus means avon can better capitalize on hot markets like the uk where pandemic job losses led to a one hundred percent surge in new rep sign ups last year and of course avon will still be doing business in its country of origin. So if you need glimmer sticks or skin so soft well fear not. They're still just a socially distanced. Quarter away from wondering. This is business wards daily. I'm your host. David brown written by wind. Maranan produced by jessica foschi edited by importantly our executive producer. Jimmy lower beckmann and marshall loop created by not lopez. Or.

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"avon" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"avon" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Month brought big changes to a beloved brand avon. I made a name for itself by offering housewives away to earn independent income by selling skin-care perfume and cosmetics from home but the iconic american company is no longer an independent corporation or based in america the household name cosmetics company is now to companies owned by two different international corporations south korean consumer products giant elgin household and health healthcare which bought avon's north american business and brazil's largest cosmetic company nature cosmetic os which bought the majority of the company in a deal that closed this month. Lg is also a significant investor in the net. Sure deal. it's another end of an era story which has been a familiar. Refrain of late for nearly a century and a half. Avon's presence has been a constant in the beauty sector. Now you'll say lights from the beginning. Avon was a trendsetter decades. Before american women had the right to vote avon founder. David h mcconnell gave them a chance to earn an independent living. Mcconnell was a traveling book salesman who offered perfume to his customers. As a perk. The perfume was so popular that he soon created his own product line in the late eighteen hundreds. He recruited women. He met during his book selling days. As the first quote avon ladies in the century that followed the company became a direct selling amazon with more than six million home-based representatives at its peak. But the beauty behemoth suffered an ugly fall in more recent years value plummeted from its peak of twenty billion dollars. The company struggled to keep pace with changing consumer tastes one forbes. Report blames the company's decline on a failure to adapt to the changing role of women in the workplace. An ill conceived plan to crack the retail sector in stores like sears in jc penney after well known ceo andrea junks. Ouster in twenty eleven one citigroup analysts said quote. You guys are so totally screwed up in. So many ways that change has to be radical a report in fortune recount. The company also failed to anticipate new competition. Both from companies like amazon and from upstarts like rodin and fields. That's the skin care. Brand behind the wildly popular. Acne treatment proactiv rodin and fields was purchased by estee lauder three years later and converted into a direct selling company. The brand now grosses more than a billion dollars a year. Largely because tech savvy. Soccer moms sell the lotions and serums to their pows by a social media but avon may win the beauty competition and the end. Direct sailings appeal has faded in the us. But it's still a popular concept in many other countries and the new international focus means avon can better capitalize on hot markets like the uk where pandemic job losses led to a one hundred percent surge in new rep sign ups last year and of course avon will still be doing business in its country of origin. So if you need glimmer sticks or skin so soft well fear not. They're still just a socially distanced. Quarter away

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Avon Rebrands Amid a Surge in Reps

Business Wars Daily

03:16 min | 6 months ago

Avon Rebrands Amid a Surge in Reps

"Month brought big changes to a beloved brand avon. I made a name for itself by offering housewives away to earn independent income by selling skin-care perfume and cosmetics from home but the iconic american company is no longer an independent corporation or based in america the household name cosmetics company is now to companies owned by two different international corporations south korean consumer products giant elgin household and health healthcare which bought avon's north american business and brazil's largest cosmetic company nature cosmetic os which bought the majority of the company in a deal that closed this month. Lg is also a significant investor in the net. Sure deal. it's another end of an era story which has been a familiar. Refrain of late for nearly a century and a half. Avon's presence has been a constant in the beauty sector. Now you'll say lights from the beginning. Avon was a trendsetter decades. Before american women had the right to vote avon founder. David h mcconnell gave them a chance to earn an independent living. Mcconnell was a traveling book salesman who offered perfume to his customers. As a perk. The perfume was so popular that he soon created his own product line in the late eighteen hundreds. He recruited women. He met during his book selling days. As the first quote avon ladies in the century that followed the company became a direct selling amazon with more than six million home-based representatives at its peak. But the beauty behemoth suffered an ugly fall in more recent years value plummeted from its peak of twenty billion dollars. The company struggled to keep pace with changing consumer tastes one forbes. Report blames the company's decline on a failure to adapt to the changing role of women in the workplace. An ill conceived plan to crack the retail sector in stores like sears in jc penney after well known ceo andrea junks. Ouster in twenty eleven one citigroup analysts said quote. You guys are so totally screwed up in. So many ways that change has to be radical a report in fortune recount. The company also failed to anticipate new competition. Both from companies like amazon and from upstarts like rodin and fields. That's the skin care. Brand behind the wildly popular. Acne treatment proactiv rodin and fields was purchased by estee lauder three years later and converted into a direct selling company. The brand now grosses more than a billion dollars a year. Largely because tech savvy. Soccer moms sell the lotions and serums to their pows by a social media but avon may win the beauty competition and the end. Direct sailings appeal has faded in the us. But it's still a popular concept in many other countries and the new international focus means avon can better capitalize on hot markets like the uk where pandemic job losses led to a one hundred percent surge in new rep sign ups last year and of course avon will still be doing business in its country of origin. So if you need glimmer sticks or skin so soft well fear not. They're still just a socially distanced. Quarter away

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

Hugh Hewitt

03:51 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities

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Apple Loses A Copyright Lawsuit

Techmeme Ride Home

03:17 min | 7 months ago

Apple Loses A Copyright Lawsuit

"Federal judge has dismissed. Apple's claims that mobile device virtualization company corral corallium violated copyright law with its software that allowed folks to run ios on pc's quoting the washington post in a ruling that has wide reaching implications for iphone security research and copyright law a federal judge in florida throughout apple's claims that carelli had violated copyright law with its software which helps security researchers find bugs and security holes on apple's products. Corallium co founded in two thousand seventeen by husband and wife. Amanda gordon and chris wade was a breakthrough insecurity research because it gave its customers the ability to run virtual iphones on desktop computers. Corallium makes it to use physical avon's that contain specialized software to poke and prod. Ios apple's mobile operating system. The judge in the case ruled that carell liam's creation of virtual. Iphones was not a copyright violation in part because it was designed to help improve the security for all iphone users. Corallium wasn't creating a competing product for consumers rather it was a research tool for a comparatively small number of customers. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment in the lawsuit. Apple argued that crawley products could be dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands because security flaws discovered by liam could be used to hack iphones. Apple also argued that chromium sells its product indiscriminately claim corallium denied dread. Rodney smith called apple's argument on those claims quote puzzling. If not disingenuous quote smith found that chromium used a vetting process before selling its products to customers. Apple initially attempted to acquire corallium in two thousand eighteen. According to court records when the acquisition talks stalled apple sued corallium last year claiming its virtual iphones which contain only the bare bones functions necessary for security research constitute violation of copyright law apple also alleged corallium circumvented. Apple's security measures to create the software thereby violating the digital millennium copyright act that claim has not been thrown out and quote. So i was already to say this was a dumb lawsuit but apparently companies have won a similar cases in the past around copyright but most in the digital security community praised this result. Let me quote at pony. All the things on twitter quote. This is a big deal for security research in particular but also other parts of tech apple case was an insanely broad assertion. That emulating iowa's firmware on something. That's not apple's own hardware violates copyright rather than covered by fair use. Imagine if. That argument had prevailed that emulation of a binary even for wildly different purposes such as security testing that binary is a digital copyright infringement. Might as well have back named afl to automatic federal lawsuit in that scenario was such a dangerously broad claim if the logical conclusion of your lawsuit is windows being a terms of service. Change away from overnight bankrupting vm. Ware to force everyone to use your and turning security testing of compiled binary into lawsuits. Then sorry you're lawsuit is bad and you should feel bad and quote

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The James Craig Anderson Case

Casefile True Crime

03:48 min | 10 months ago

The James Craig Anderson Case

"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.

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Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker

Q

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker

"100 years ago, Madam C. J. Walker was the richest, self made woman in America. She battled both racism and sexism in a post abolition world. She created an empire of hair care products for black women, and she also employed an empowered thousands of black women across the country. Her story is the subject of a Netflix series called Self Made. Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker. The show stars Octavia Spencer as Thie, tenacious businesswoman, and Blair Underwood plays her husband. You see him struggle to live in the shadows of his wife's massive achievements. You might know Blair from L. A law dear white people or sex in the city. He also starred in the Broadway production of a Soldier's play. I talked to Blair right around the time. The play had to shut down early because of covert 19 back in mid March, and I started off by asking him why Madam C. J. Walker story is so important. She accomplished something that was just a monumental An extraordinary at the turn of the century in the late 18 hundreds and building this hair care empire Ah, woman. An African American woman, um, during that period of time to to earn that kind of money she did, And as you as you said, she employed and empowered thousands of African American women all over the world, So she was really you know, before Mary Kay or Avon or M Way she was creating distributors. People could have their own businesses and be their own business people at the time, So it was really extraordinary. It was amazing what she created, especially given the times in which she did it. Yeah, the early 19 hundreds. Incredible. So let's take a listen to a clip from the new Netflix series Self. This is you. Yeah, This is you and Octavia Spencer as husband and wife. New hotel downtown. The iron figure you will meet wouldn't go down. There could be a bell half you could do laundry. You don't just plant a seed and expect fruit the next day. Color women here. Just gotta get used to that idea. Somebody was doing ahead as all you know. I always love you big ideas, but I'm not going back to long enough. Now. Wait a minute. No way. Don't all made sacrifices You won't do was best for this family. Yeah, so there's definitely some tension. Attention that we hear that Cliff. How would you describe the relationship between your character CJ Walker and his wife, Madam C. J. Walker. Oh, loving but strained. I say, loving first, because I think that's the most important thing to know about. These two people is that they have great had great admiration for each other and affection. They came together and fell in love before she became successful before she became Madam C. J. Walker. Her name was Sarah. Breedlove. And my character's name is Charles Joseph Walker. So she's known in relationship to him. Mrs. CJ Welcome, Madam C. J. Walker, Um and then when she because of because for intellect and her driving her tenacity and her persistence. She as the brand became more famous, and she built. She was the driving force behind the empire that she built. And it was ah, a lot for him to swallow in tow handle into process on a day to day basis and There's alcoholism involved, and there was a womanising involved. And you know he himself was a man of his times on did not want to be defined by the woman in his life, no matter how much he loved her. It was very hard for him to just find his equilibrium in the midst of all of that. Yeah, and to figure out how to play second fiddle and still, I guess, maintain his masculinity or maintain the image of masculinity at that at that time, that's right and still feel of worth in a value. How did you get yourself into into that head space? That sounds like a really intense head space to get into. Well, you got nothing with acting you just Ah, In the simplest terms, we we played from people and we believe it A cz long as you believe more specifically that that you want this woman to win this woman that you're in love with that you want her to when you want her to succeed. And if you live in that space, and then all these other dynamics coming to play her becoming more successful, who are becoming more famous for becoming more well known, and then her ideas are the ones that really work more than your own. And then you you feel less diminished. But if it's rooted in the fact that you bonded and you came together as a team because of the respect and admiration and love for each other. Everything else kind of falls into place. You've been married yourself for 25 years. Did you draw on any of your own experiences in figuring out the power dynamics of a partnership for this role? Uh, yeah, I think you know you draw them everything you've got, because I was sorry. I should be more specific. I guess I'm wondering like you're a famous person, and I'm wondering if there's anything for you not even in terms of like gender roles. But just just just what it is to be a person who is in the limelight and and also trying to make sure that they're there. Partner comes along. With them and shines just as brightly. Wow, you know, Tommy, That's that's really great question. I I do think what What I've learned is that it's important to make. I find everybody around. You feel of value, but you're asking specifically in relationships. But I think that's important, too. You know that your spouse in that marriage or relationship that has a kind of dynamic Where one person maybe more known to the public. And it's more public facing that that person is aware Of how your mate might feel. My my wife doesn't care doesn't look for it, which is great, So it's a part of its part in parts of what I do as a professional is part of my profession. So there's no conflict in that respect, but But there is a sense of you know that it's important that she knows that she is valued in her world and heard her desires and her passions. And I think that's true for any relationship, so I definitely you know. Use that and this character just understanding that

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Police Seek 2 Suspects After 17-Year-Old Shot and Killed In Stoughton, Boston

WBZ Midday News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Police Seek 2 Suspects After 17-Year-Old Shot and Killed In Stoughton, Boston

"Ready ready to to graduate graduate from from Avon Avon High High School School this this August August will will be be laid laid to to rest. rest. 17 17 year year old old Christian Christian vines vines of of Randolph Randolph was was shot shot and and killed killed yesterday yesterday afternoon. afternoon. Now Now police want to know who pulled the trigger double BBC TV's Ken McCloud with more on the crime as police scoured a silver Honda accord for evidence a mother ducked under the crime scene tape. It was her car and police deliver the news. It was her son found shot dead behind the wheel. You know something? Please say something. That's my baby. That's my baby. If you know something three, say something, she doesn't know why 17 year old Christian vines came to the Walnut Creek condos in stone, but several residents called 911 when they heard gunfire just after three o'clock. Responding. Officers quickly swarm the neighborhood toting rifles when they learned to men had run from the scene. A nearby childcare center and the student library were even locked down briefly, but police found nothing. D A was asked if any evidence pointed to motive. The shot answer is unknown at this time for Annette Vines, the knowledge that our son had been killed inside her car in this unfamiliar parking lot. Was just too much total shock. That's alright, Khun say, because I don't really know much. What Annette Vines does know is that our son always had a smile on his face and was set to graduate from Avon High School on August 8th. Course. This gun shooting yesterday was witnessed. Not the actual shooting, but two suspects were seen fleeing the crime scene that led to a very heavily armed search of the area by local and state police in canine. The Jones School in town library were locked down after the shooting as well. Again. Police and the D A. Says this was not a random act. They believe that there is no threat to residents. Boston police

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Competent about, but when faced was something I I, it's it's difficult because like I remember growing up, play sports. All my life and I picked him up pretty easily except for basketball, and I could've been okay basketball, but like I, wouldn't be as good as. As I was at the other sports, so I just rejected it totally and I was like I'm just not. You're never gonNA. See Me Play basketball because I didn't want to be like less than at as after college. I played softball with my father-in-law but I had to stop because I was taking it too serious because like I want to get. In and do some soft tossed a couple of hours a day and I'm like. Twenty I'm trying to build a career like. I'm for this. It's like Church Softball League. Algal down. What are you doing crazy? But I do think for the those are the tangible things, but I think the more existential things. Those are really difficult because. I think trust is really difficult for us. Because you can't vet trust and you can't be like well I've run algorithms in this person's very trustworthy. You just have to go out on a limb and that's that's a scary place to be vulnerable. Man, which are weighing for oh interesting. Okay, so you mentioned obviously that Ashley Wife also a four, so I would love to hear how this works in your marriage. What's her wing? She is a four wing three okay? What does that look like? What does it look like? With a five four wing married to a four three wing? What works really well? What super complimentary I can I can already see some of it and what we're, the pressure points. What do you have to kind of work through? What if you had to really well? In our case, we use the instagram to understand each other. It's incredible tool just because we see the world different, and so that helps me get that part like what does. Does that look like for you and Ashley yes, so Ashley and I were high school sweethearts so early on having my four wing, which is more about accessing feelings in the emotional side early on, we had this like electric connection, because she was worried there with those feelings and the emotions. I'd kind of cut that off and you know. High School I went to an all boys school. I played Sports General Novi know this, but the situations are incubators for like feelings tenderness. You know so. It's very shocking for a of people, but it's true so being with Ashley. She helped like unlock that you know it's okay to to feel some things and think through some things like that, but in terms of pressure points I think our biggest conflicts happen when each of us put too much stock in our own lens of like how we see the world. It took me a long time to realize that she has to try on feelings to see how she feels. The way she thinks is through feeling, right? For the longest time my platform on feelings, we're like can't trust them. They're pretty much useless. But I had to realize that just because I quantify feelings like that, and just because I, tend to put them to the side. That doesn't mean that's true for everybody and certainly wasn't true for her, so we have to battle through the what point are we considering each other's point of view when we run into an issue? Yeah, totally Suzanne still has been. She's been one of the greatest teachers for that exact idea for me when she just constantly says over and over and over, this is how you see the world, and you cannot change icy the world which I appreciate her saying that because. I was a little bit like you in thinking. I've got some real fatal flaws. Something is wrong with me. I've got some badness in me and it doesn't show up in my life the way my life expects it to, and I couldn't figure it out and so for her to say that's not a bad thing, and it doesn't need to be changed like that doesn't need to be fixed. You're not you're not going to work that out of your life, because that's kind of who you are and there's a beauty to. It was very liberating and so kind sitting in that pocket and going this is. is how I see the world, but what I can handle. What can manage is what I do with that. How do I? Respond to what I see? How do I respond what Brandon sees? Even that's not the way I see it at all, and so that again is where the any Graham can really serve us if we decide to use it as a growth tool, you can honor people and there as well and not just like discarded, because it doesn't align with yours right exactly because I. think the way that I see a thing is the right way, and so that's just fundamentally like thinking. And so I have to constantly tell myself because I feared something immediately through my feelings, same as Ashley, but Ashley will sit in it, and even like take a bath in it the force they just they are not afraid man. They will stay in it. They'll just swimming around in it, but I want to relocate the feelings almost immediately to my brain, so I can do something. About it, and so it's my work to sit in a little bit longer I try to access that four energy I do, have access to it as a three, but it is a real challenge for me like what's the hardest thing for you when you are working on growth as a five, I think like the superficially answer is like giving myself over to. It's okay to have feelings about a thing, and it's helpful because that's the wing. Right by like there's. There's I got a quiet the five down because it's almost like two sock puppets, talking to the other, and they're just fundamentally at odds, but like they're inside, so it's like I gotta give one more stage to be able to see the productive thing there and quiet down the the five one year the other one. That's just shooting holes in everything. Because I, you know I remember growing up classic Southern Baptist. Evangelical upbringing working around worship. Everyone's got their hands raised. I'm just I. Don't feel that, but putting people go down to alter and cry. Like is something wrong with me and I remember considering like taking. Have you ever seen the psychopath test? You know that you can take the verified and. Death because I don't have any feelings and I think. And again it's that five thing of like I didn't want to know the answer because I couldn't control be if I was a psychopath later on I just want to confirm I did take a later on it. I'm not a psychopath, but there was that like what's wrong with me you? I don't have the feelings, or it was very difficult to give myself over to those feelings. That is just fascinating I if I cannot believe never applied our. Southern Baptists eventual upbringing to our numbers like how we experienced a youth group culture and Camp Culture in all the stuff that we did. I was positioned well for it because I was a demonstrative three, and so I can really. Down the aisle you know I was certain. Get rid of your secular CDs. I would is a very good about being like got it not going to do? They're open I. Hear what you're saying so cool definitely going to do that and then just do it. Because I didn't feel like I had to do it in that way sure. Oh, my gosh, what I did because I needed the approval of the authorities, and so I mean I was I was GonNa burn them, and I was going to take a picture, and then I would send it around horn. I needed the authorities to approve me so much. Okay, let me ask you this so a lot of people listening. Are there married to a five? They love five. They work with a five, maybe their parenting a five, so if we find ourselves in conflict with a five, what would you suggest is the best way for that person to sort breakthrough? What's the approach in conflict with the five that will move the thing quicker toward like resolution and reconnection? This is a great question and I think it's a wonderful thing. you know somebody was asking me the other day? How to parenting? There like what do what do.

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Well, it's my lucky day to welcome. One of our favorites for the love guests back to the show. Hello to my friend Knox mcquaid. Thank you so much for having me so great to be here I mean my gosh. He knew you already podcast all the time a mill. You have all the podcasts, and then you come on somebody else's podcast and I just wanted I recognize the energy at recognized the effort that it takes to say yes to somebody else's show, so thank you listened last time. I left you. It was in person and we're riffing on like Bliley. Inappropriate homework movie names so I didn't know if I'd get a call back. So this is a joy for me. My favorite experiences of my life, and so for everybody. Who Does it over talking about Knox in Jamie, who hosts the PODCASTS were guests of mine on a live. Event podcast to were that we did, and I mean we have it. It's in the archives. Go listen to it. You are as mentioned podcast. You're a writer and talk about that in a minute, but we haven't really talked in depth about you being an any agreem- five and I love doing this about you because you're. You're like a poster boy for the fives in all the best possible ways, so you are now tasked with representing your people here on this instagram series so if you could. Could you kind of come up high and just in broad strokes top to my listeners about any Graham fives engine role. What is a five look like? How does a five show up in the world? What is a five worried about? What is the five thinking about? What if I've motivated by? Can. You give us a sketch so I? Think when you're trying to visualize a five. You GotTa think where people who love knowledge. We love observing the world. We love keeping the world at a distance. We were talking about it before all this covid nineteen. We've been social distancing for many many years. My whole life I stand at kids, youth sports events, and I will be like forty yards from anybody else, because of any reason that's just what the heart wants. You know so like that is. We exist on the periphery, so we can observe and I think a lot of someone can say this better than me, but the quintessence of who we are as we want to accumulate knowledge so we. We feel prepared to tackle things that we may not normally be prepared for so a lot of it is about banking that observation banking that knowledge, so if something comes up, we'll have the reservoir to tap into so the shadow side if that means that you are concerned, what do you worry about? What is a five worry about? Or what's your fear? Or what's at the bottom of some of your motivation looking like a Bagel dummy, just looking and being incompetent we, we are so terrified because I remember. One of my traumatic formative memories is in first grade. Teacher gave me a solo, which there was no reason for me to get a solo. I'm not like musically capable in the least. Some kind of dark humor that sharp had, but she gave me a solo, and I froze on stage and I forgot my wind. It was just like Bam music's going, and I've got the blank look on my face, and that always stuck with me probably more so than it should've and I realize now it was because I'm on stage. Look like an idiot. That is the heart and the fear of WHO I am. When did you encounter the Ideogram? Like what did that look like for you? And did it become pretty clear pretty quickly that the five was right at feel right. How did you feel when you first started studying it I remember. Ashley, my wife, Ashley She's four. We were on vacation and we were by the pool of the kids are swimming and she was reading back to you. She was like I really think you should read this. It's fascinating I know my number. I know your number very obvious, but I'm not going to tell you that you can figure this out and probably three sentences in I was like Oh. Yeah, that's definitely me you know, and it was really I. Remember being overwhelmed. For so long I was just like I'm just like this weird person and I can't blame it on a personality type. It's just me, so there's that like oh man. I wish like I wasn't like this, but then once I read in listening to Suzanne's two bills like. I gotTA vocabulary, and it was like I. Understand the motivations, and it feels it's less like I'm a Weirdo it, but it's more like here's why I end the way I am. That's exactly how I felt. Great to be understood so on the nose, and then even helped me understand me. There were parts of me hidden to me, which is classic three like I can't see my own self, but also horrifying like to read the what it looks like when I am unhealthy. When I'm in stress, everybody's onto me. Let's under it all now and I cannot even pretend which I love to do. You know yeah, yeah, there was something before i. knew about the Ingraham, I would have these moments of what I now realize. It's called like for five like catastrophic depletion, and when you're gone like the lights are on no one's home and I had like a a number of these when I just over extended, and I would look at it and just be so ashamed me. Like what is your deal like can? Can you just not like you know buck up and deal with it and I realized now. That's what that was, so it gives me that middle ground of like. Yes, this is true. You don't have to be prisoner to it, so you can also get better, but it also is a reality of who you are. That's really great. Can you talk about that part of a five a little bit because that? Really that afforded me so much compassion for the fives in my life when I understood. The energy limits that fives walk around with chuck a little bit more about that. Yeah, so I don't know if every five is like this but I am in particular like it's probably the most shameful part of personality types, which is just you have a limited reservoir of energy, and this is why most fives are allergic to small talk because you know I in the book in all things considered I liken it to. It's one of those horror movie scenes where one walks into a jungle river to wash off, and there's There's a school of Piranhas and consume the whole person until there's just like a like a pocket watch and a hat left like. Every interaction. I. It's just it's just like taking taking little pieces of you. And once that energy has gone like it's gone forever for that day until you reset so a lot of our motivation behavior is about conserving now when you look at our our sin, or whatever which is greed and avarice. It's about hoarding that energy. It's also hoarding knowledge, and and other things like that, but primarily it's about hoarding that energy so that if something happens, we'll have it to give to something else more important. So that just means you are. Most fives are going to be incredibly careful about schedules about boundaries about what you say. Yes to about the kind of social environments, choose to be in or not being. Do you like watch your calendar like a hop? Yes, it's always a no first and then I'll think about it. Yes, maybe later, but primarily. It's about because once. Once, you get overloaded. You can't be the person you need to be for other people, which is another form of competent I. Try to really limit and again it's that balance of sometimes I use that as a crutch, instead of the nationally will push me. Hey, you like you don't have to say no. To every single day, we can work in my man. Okay. Let me ask you this because I. Really Admire is the fives in their hunger for learning and knowledge and mastery. Learner to, and so I really identify with that part of kind of how you are wired. So this is my question. Win a five struggles to grasp. It alludes you, or you can't seem to get your head around it, or you can't knock it off bit by bit. What does that feel like to you curious if a five just puts that off or Or does a five I don't care about it, but they're lying or I will keep at this until I've just like worked. My fingers to a KNOB and I've I've sorted it out. Like what do you do when mastery eludes you? When that's such a high value, you know a lot of it is I think you can think about five like we have? Have fortresses right and we have the things we know we can gain mastery on it. We can be.

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"The instagram series we've had. Some imprint incredible experts, including yourself and his answer deal any en crime and Richard Rohr just goes on a month, so many incredible teachers masters of the I'm so here's the first. You are in a grim nine. If? You could just choose like maybe just for day. You could choose to be any other in grim number. which number would you choose I would say type two. This is my mom. My Mom's type two and so just that youthful quality so loving and so. Some nurturing and got the. It just takes care of people around them, so that love in quality that really speaks right now, so I would. Like to married to a two, okay, how about this? Let's flip that around. which part of your nine personality do you enjoy most about yourself? Not I would say. The. Incense at in all of. Creation all of life, all of ascension beings hair in this world at this life force that emanates. In everything here on earth, and to be able to drop into that and the loving presence, as well as odds love I. See it everywhere and when I can really drop into that. Yeah, that would certainly be one quality. The nines in my life are so good at that. I find them my spiritual directors. I would put them in that category in so many ways. Are Nine episode is anchored by any Graham Nine Sarah Bessie, and she is just like that just so endurance. Virtual and such a good leader. I love that you said that that was such a lovely answer. Last question we ask every guest in every single series this final question. From Barbara Brown Taylor and please feel free to answer it literally, however you want, you can answer it very very earnestly, or you could answer it with the silliest thing you've ever thought of what is saving your life right now. Well I'm Foodie. So I'm going to say I have been snacking. My favorite snack lately has been getting some almonds walnuts drizzling some hunting top. It's frequent coconut flakes, adding a little cinnamon, turmeric and cardamom. It could be three maybe four times a day. I just say to be drawn at the snack. Something I'm getting out of it, but that's the first thing that comes to mind with. That ministered to me I. Feel like I, just went to church. Yes, amazing before we sign off, Dr Avon. Can you please tell my listeners where they can find us? They can discover more of your work aware. You're at following all the things. Yes, certainly. Might.

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Yes cadets, and you're probably the perfect person to answer this for those of us who have a five in our lives in a close relationship are working relationship or whatever? If we fling ourselves in conflict. What have you learned is the best strategy or resolution to move forward in that relationship with a five. What is it that reaches them yes. So what I! Hope to observe. Is that. There is a sense of anticipation, so let's say there's a conflict that's occurring between someone who's type five. And from there end, there may be anticipation of what you're to say next, so they may not necessarily be in the present at the time of the conflict. They may be in anticipation of what is going to happen next what you're going to say what you're going to do, and so this may take away from the being able to really be with what is coming up for the other person which could add to more frustration so. Having that piece of speaking with this person, and they may be anticipating one I'm going to say next and I really want for them to be with what's coming up for me now, so I might get some cues about maybe just taking a little bit so rather destroy the whole thing that saying to maybe take a uncle bit and hopefully flying to some space in there to kind of kick in with them and say okay. What is it that you've heard so far? What? What is it that you think that I'm saying or helmet? Coming across? That is a great strategy for a lot of numbers. I`Ma three and said that's as resource for me as well and so thank you for bringing that to the show today because I'm thinking of several numbers may be ones benefit from that as well who sometimes hustle through a conflict just to get to some sort of fix of it all I wonder if we can talk about this for a second. For me one of really interesting useful part Instagram is nearer that it holds it up to our faces in kind of shows us. This is what you look like when you're growing and becoming your best self of course, and this is what it looks like when you are in fear, or when you are disintegrating to some degree in, so you know three so I go. Go to six in health and nine in disintegration, and so for fives when they're in a growth space, they look something like a healthy eight force, somebody who is self, confident and decisive, and when they are frag meaning a bit when they're disintegrating, they look something more like an unhealthy seven hit. You unpack that just for a moment for us for the people trying to. To understand the fives in the fives trying to understand themselves what it looks like in in disintegration for them. Yes, so as fives move to eight, so are moving to the body element, and at this point based on the growth at five were able to expand more fully into their body regions, but also at eight is this element of the big heartedness where fires are. are able to open up to their hearts or able to open up to that emotional cheese at they have as well as being able to to move towards truth in that the thoughts a thoughts there may be quite a bit of illusion that comes up with a thoughts, but with that clarity that transformational growth, and with at clarity. They're able to move with the truce. For five that truth allows them to move into. This is non attachment stays also as well. Where realize that nothing is fixed. Everything is changing, and that's the truth of a world. There's one season that changes into another the rises in in a world that's filled with constant change and so having that piece where. Are Temporary. Everything is temporary and being truthful about that. And the thoughts are temporary, and even the bodies a temporary as being able to move forward in that now is the time now now is the time being able to open up into that in this full embodied way gives that bigger piece where someone has that leadership closet where you can follow them and you can trust. Have that trust based on where they may be leading or maybe inspiring others? Others to go in to come with them, not necessarily air. It's beautiful, so let me ask you this last question before we wrap it up. We've definitely got some five listening right now. If they are interested if they're hearing you talk and feeling really resonant of course with so many of the things that you're describing, and they are looking to grow, they are interested in this exploration and this half toward wholeness in their five mind and body and soul. How would you advise them? As one path of one thing for them to consider one idea for the fives to maybe begin to put their arms around, that might serve them in their growth journey. If you will yes so one for five they themselves. We have a sense that. The thoughts the way that they think may not necessarily a in line with how other people in the sense that okay. There's something like the thoughts. The way that I think is how other people think and if they knew some of the thoughts that goes through my mind right now, it probably would really scare people off, and so there may be this tendency to really not want to show that or the day have auden messages that it's not okay to have these slots, so they may be very careful or that. They have to take some sort of caution in being with other people yet, there are those types. What about those times when? There may be epiphany that comes up and we're five will run into the sets of seems to be a more universal element other than a faucet. Going on in my mind, there's this intelligence going on in the world. Is this intelligence going on in the universe itself how things are in relationship to one another? And being able to hone in on that, and to the with that sense that there is a deeper intelligence at goes beyond my thoughts, and it's not in separation from, but there's a unity to that because. This imagination is also an opportunity for a lot of gifts in a lot of creativity to come into the world, but people like Einstein who have been able to have this taker imaginations, and to be able to use it where they're able to harness this intelligence, universal intelligence, and to able to facilitate that into the world and. To know that they are as much a part of that that they are a part of that they have. Capability to be able to facilitate is beautiful quality of intelligence, and it isn't necessarily coming from the mind is they're all all of their being? Waiting for that world is waiting for their guests were wonderful answer? What a wonderful thing to say and love that that gives me so much love for the fives so much joy to have him in our lives. Okay Dr Avon. We're going to wrap this up these are. Three questions that we are asking everybody in.

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"It's my delight Dr Avon to welcome you to the for the love podcast. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you Dan? It's really wonderful to bay joining us today I. Promise You that the pleasure is mine, and it is my communities I. Have told our listeners a little bit about who you are, and what it is that you do I wonder if you could start here for us. Would you mind talking a little bit if you can go backwards in your story and tell us how you came to know about the India Graham winded at I cross. Cross your path winded. You know this has really has something to teach me. And then did you decide? I want to make use of regular part of my practice. Teaching others so thinks is really came to a head towards the end of twenty twelve, and I had heard of someone who was going to be giving a talk in the area on the ground, and at the time I was Lupu suspicious. A little bit wary about okay. What is considered? Thing yes, the deceit to speak to me like it just wouldn't go away at a kept giving myself excuses like Oh, it's too early is going to be on a Saturday. And then I kept coming back to it, and so finally one particular night, when it was literally coming down to having a very night of the soul, if you will and again, the instagram came out that it was time to reach out and to explore this further, and so once I began working with Indian grab and learning about it. Everything seemed to all in place. It was like Gosh. There's actually something written about these experiences that I've been having almost like to a t. like someone had written my. Story so to speak, and so then I began just having so many revelations of the Graham also was quite a bit of healing that was coming out of that as well because I was so spiritually depleted coming out of my medical training, and then going through the periods of grief, it seemed to be sustaining me in a way just learning and going inwards, and being with myself in a different way, which changed my relationship to myself, wells to the people around me, and I just started noticing I was having more connection so for any type nine A.. M. Dominant, and that was huge. That was key because I had just drifting through my life, and not really connecting. With key ball, but now the risk things that would just change and opening up me, and so the shifts at the incredible shifts it that I was going through, and I just could not keep it to myself I, started talking about it with my family, Ami the probably were really sick of me. Saying. I knew that there was no going back that it was going forward and working with being becoming more present, and just showing up more deeply in my life, and so for my family to some friends, I began using it in my work in the work that I do which as osteopathic physician working with people. Who are having bodily issues that are coming up for them, but also wanting to be able to address some of those deeper elements that were coming up as well, and so that's how I started using any with light work, then that led to teaching the MBA grabs, so it just keeps going. This is for life for me I really love. You initially decided this thread the instagram through your practice. initially I'm so curious about that. Can you talk? Talk a little bit about how you saw. People transform in your exact fractious when you overlay the instagram on top of their body work on top of their physical work or people who are coming to me primarily because they were having some sort of issue as coming up in their body, so let's say there some sort of issue with either being back pain or neck pain, something like that, and as I would work with people using the hands on. Jara's the sense that somehow they were not connecting to their bodies. They were not. Connecting to how things were arising in their body, which may have origins in other aspects of their lives, so there was some sort of emotional aspect or piece to what was a rising in their body than the any Graham allowed for that connection to be made, and primarily, or initially it was more from my officer Gatien so without necessarily knowing if someone had any type of experience with any grab, there is a sense that okay as I would work on certain areas. They began to have experience of. Stealing anger like you're touching my feeling, anger or in their heart center areas that allow just. A. Why were this coming from Coming up and people would start to express this enter release talk to it and dinners on. These bodies centered regions. Things were being absorbed in their bodies, and so if there was some sort of let's say. They had an argument or something with a spouse or family member, and somehow that's getting stored bodies. It was show up in different ways. It would be released entered ways that they may not necessarily have been connecting. Kale, so it was that I knew that. Okay. There's something much more deeper here so working with hands on element one piece, but there was also something that was filtering through out. It was coming up for me to be able to sense more deeply into. if there's some sort of patterns arising in there is, this may be become embedded in their body so to speak in helping the able to make that connection so that so fascinating the mind body connection there and how the instagram conserved you as you mentioned, are any Graham Nine, but you have built this incredible body of knowledge around the whole. System so for the purposes of this episode. Would you talk for a minute about? It classic characteristics an Instagram Five. If you can kind of high level, this is one of five looks like these what they.

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"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Super Glad you're here today. You're going to be, too. Right now as you know, we are in a series called for the love of the Graham easily one of my favorite series. We've ever done so today. We are talking all things any Graham. Five sometimes called the investigators. They are the ones with this very very cain insight, and their brains are all about finding out why things work the way they do, and why things are the way they are so to help me step through the wonderful complexities of the immigrant vibes I have two guests because. You five man. You're a complex bunch. I need to people so I I am talking to in any grim expert who will shed light on these analytical vice, and her name is Dr Avon Manny all right so Dr Manny holds an osteopathic medical degree Anna Master's degree in marriage family child counseling, so she knows everything about the human body and the human mind, and so following pretty life changing event she was introduced to the any Graham and began this quest, walking toward her own spiritual healing and. All this incredible truth and so day Dr. Manny is a certified Ingram specialist who? Hundred, percent, like so many of us believe in its power for healing and for Transformation and growth. She has studied under some of the greatest spiritual teachers of our time like Father Richard Rohr. Ideogram one guest on this series, and then just sort of give us the rundown on what it is really liked to be inside a fives mind. We talked to absolute for the favorite and any grant five himself knocks McCoy, known and beloved to our community. Knox's the Co host of a absolutely. podcast called the podcast where he and our other fans phase Jamie golden educate the world as they say on the things that entertain, but do not matter. That makes me laugh so hard I'm so angry. I didn't write it. Not as also by the way fantastic writer and he has recently released a brand new book called. All things reconsidered how rethinking what we know helps us know we believe which by the way now that I say it out loud. What an Instagram! Five title! All knowing rethinking what we know helps us know what we believe. That is the most five title ever actually heard. So I think you're gonNA. Love this episode, Dr. Avon and knocks between the two of them, just absolutely unpacked. What five looks like in the world such a wonderful way to be the five semi life are so valuable to me the way that they helped me see the way they helped me analyze and sort of come down the stratosphere and look at something pragmatically. There's just so of course incredibly loyal to I. Love Love Love. Talking about the immigrant bites today I hope you do too. And of course stay till the very end, so you can hear all the fascinating things that composer Ryan O'Neal has to say about what inspired his piece on Instagram. Fives, which you will hear. Win in out of this episode. Don't you love Ryan's music in this series? Isn't that so special? My producer Laura made that happened. That was her idea, and it is just so so lovely and so I just love it. Okay, with that I am so pleased to share my conversations with any Graham expert, Dr, Manny and delightful ideogram five himself knocks McCoy.

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Boston - Lynnfield Whole Foods Closes Temporarily After Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Lynnfield Whole Foods Closes Temporarily After Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus

"Now the whole foods off of ninety five is going to remain closed until there's been a deep cleaning a statement from the grocery store chain says team members have tested positive over the past few weeks and out of an abundance of caution have decided to temporarily close the store to further evaluate now no word how many employees have been diagnosed the while the store is closed employees will still get a paycheck this comes after we've seen several Walmart's in Abington Avon and Quincy shut down because of outbreaks the Avon in Abington locations have since

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Kevin Scott and Reprogramming the American Dream

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Kevin Scott and Reprogramming the American Dream

"Let's let's jump into the book as you said in your introduction. The title is reprogramming. The American dream the subtitle of the book is from rural America to Silicon Valley. Making a I serve us all and the book is published by Harper Business. It's available now for purchase wherever you buy books one of the first things that we talked about. Really in one of our first discussions was that You know storytelling as you say is a southern thing. Tell me the story of the origin of this book in the story that you wanted to write about. Well I've been part of the development of technology for a really long time and technology itself was the way that I was able to build a life for myself like I think in a whole bunch of ways like it really saved me as a as a kid. It was the thing that I latched onto that help. Give me something productive to do with all of the energy that I had like. I just got really lucky. That personal computing was emerging. Right at the time. That you know is Preteen I was just trying to figure out what to do with myself and I got hooked in it has served as a platform for me for building a career and for doing a whole bunch of things that I think have been helpful to other people in at least some small way is and when I look at the state of technology right now like we have never had a more powerful platform in terms of Technology. So whether it's You know like the set of things that we're using right now to record this podcast. Because we can't be physically proximate with one another. Yeah the amazing networking technology that we have right now. Like computers that let us stay in touch with one another and interact and collaborate. You do really interesting interesting. Things would otherwise be possible but like I have particularly been involved with the development of for the past fifteen years or so so one of the first big projects that I worked on when I left academia to go work in industry was the machine learning thing and I've just sort of watch this technology progress in both power and accessibility and like what I mean in particular by that is power is like what you're able to accomplish with the tools machine learning and accessibility is like who is able to use these tools to create the. It's just been on this incredible curve on both dimensions and I sat down to with you. What is it now? Two and a half years ago when we started this whole process Seems like only yesterday? Yeah it does but you know the thing that I wanted to make sure was that people understood stories of how they could choose to use this technology to help build a better world for themselves and for their communities in this very inclusive way and like I wanted to make sure that there are things about the development of machine learning and its uses that we need to be cautious about but like I want people also feel sort of hopeful about what it is that they can do with these tools. Yeah well the PODCAST is behind the tech and one of the things that I really enjoyed is learning your story. You know from Gladys Virginia to places like Illinois in Europe and in Silicon Valley. So it's a really terrific Story I want to jump into the introduction here and topic on a I in the introduction. You address the question that is on. Everyone's mind which is wind will general artificial general intelligence or Agi. When will it be available win? Will computers the smart is as humans. So I'd like to ask you to read a from the introduction which you address that question okay. Yeah it'd be happy to so even though I have neither the expertise nor the crystal ball to predict exactly when Agi might arrive. I've been involved with modern technology long enough and read enough history to know that we've often underestimated the speed with which futuristic technology suddenly arise. Avon has historically been limited in what it has been able to accomplish by the amount of compute power. We can throw a day our problems and how much time it takes for humans to encode logic and knowledge into Ai Algorithms. We now have enormous amounts of compute power in the cloud and we have enormous databases of digitized human knowledge like Youtube and the kindle bookstore that can be used to train. Ai Systems as their modern. Ai Algorithms absorbed that human intelligence to accomplish your task we imagine for ai powered systems we may achieve what Thomas Kuhn defined as a paradigm shift one which humans will either be in the loop or out which one of these options we reached depends on our actions. Today the story re craft and the principles we assert about what kind of world we want children to live tomorrow. I feel this profound sense of cognitive dissonance. The same thing that can advance humanity can also cause people distress and even harm. This book arises out of a powerful urge outfield to reconcile the two. It is an engineer's tale. Not The musings of philosopher economist or screenwriter as Microsoft chief technology. Do I skin in the game. Of course I do. But also the product of rural America one of the places most vulnerable to the dystopia in story of AI. My values and many of my earliest experiences as a budding engineer occurred in a part of America Rural America. That is most at risk. I left the rural south over two decades ago I for academia and then for Silicon Valley and the tech industry but it by core I am those people rural people and I care about creating future that values them and their resourcefulness. That's great thank you.

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"avon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"avon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I. T. C. mobile news all the level on the go the kids in Avon will be E. learning for a couple of weeks scattered showers developing overnight ending after the morning commute windy and mild Tuesday afternoon I'm Stan Lee here's what's trending this hour all schools in the Avon community school district will be closed until the end of spring break because another child is begun showing symptoms of the corona virus medicine McGill reports the first trial the tested positive attends hickory elementary school superintendent Maggie horn man says the district is working to determine who else could be affected all twelve districts schools will be closed until April third the school will have a E. learning days and will be providing cold meal packages to families who need them Amanda noble county also tested positive for the virus making him the fourth person infected Madison gill ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news the earliest the kids could be back in their classrooms would be Monday April sixth not good for the convention business either the veterans of foreign wars Indiana spring conference was scheduled for this coming weekend at the Marriott east in Indianapolis canceled now opposition is being heard at the state house to the bill that would put the state in charge of landlord tenant rules Eric Berman reports a house committee added language nullifying local landlord tenant ordinances hours before Indianapolis was devoted a new one prosperity Indiana argues India landlords are already among the nation's most aggressive in pursuing evictions they argued the bill would wipe out protections from landlords who abuse the process Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile near on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. and W. I. B. C. dot com now here's forecast from the American standard heating weather center if you have evening plans don't forget the umbrella we'll see on and off showers throughout the night with temperatures holding fairly steady in the fifties breezy in the overnight hours with a few lingering showers into Tuesday I'm storm track eight cool if you could see what I'm seeing right now a cheesy saucy G. tasty toasty breakfast deal for my belly that's right it's your favorite McDonald's breakfast Sammie and right now you can pick two of them for just four blocks from the bacon egg and cheese biscuit sausage McMuffin with egg and bacon egg and cheese with grills now let's say you had met drive through to get more out of breakfast at participating McDonald's for a limited time only a breakfast single item at regular price wake up breakfast delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One moment rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what the capital one Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of Walmart's everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA an EA delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One moment rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart on mine on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA an EA or by visiting Redcross dot org the ninety three W. why BC mash up on air highlights from today that mildly entertaining yes I am interested to and I don't believe we're ninety three W. why BC my name is Rachel Chason hammer is here we have five cases corona in Indiana now want to plan for Wayne if you down here in central he indeed just the announcement that all Avon schools hammer are closed for the next two weeks originally it was just the one elementary school where a student had been.

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Iowa caucuses: Buttigieg and Sanders in airtight race for the lead

The Adam Carolla Show

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Iowa caucuses: Buttigieg and Sanders in airtight race for the lead

"So partial results as we as we record this from the Iowa Democratic Caucus just released Tuesday afternoon after Monday. Night's delay have Pete Buddha judge and Bernie Sanders in the lead former South Bend. Indiana mayor people to judge was in the lead with twenty seven seven percent of delegates and delegates. And say I accept that one lady that was not a fan when he was married to a man in third and fourth respectively are Elizabeth. Warren eighteen percent and Uncle Joe Man Sixteen sixteen percent for Joe Biden. The release of the partial count comes after heavy criticism of course of the vote counting process in the state that forced the Democrats to delay releasing using the results after the caucus. These results are based on sixty two percent of the votes from priests precincts in all the ninety nine states. It'll get easier Also I read that. There's lots of other states that are using this kind of technology like Nevada's next and three weeks like don't worry. We got under control because this APP was a disaster voting seems pretty rudimentary like it seems to this day and age. Figure this one out card in the slot My feeling with the more sort of I think in California you can vote like ten days or the election we also have stuff for like people go door to door and get your vote and bring it in for themselves and then. There's all the controversy about whether it's of oppression of colored people or whatever they're complaining about my feeling assists. Let's just go have a day. You fucking vote on that day or you. Don't vote on that day. It's it's on the calendar. It's almost coming. Do you think that should be a national holiday so awesome. It should be a national holiday or should be able to do a half day or there should be basically rule that says look. I've lived all over the place. I'm not particularly motivated. And there's always a place to vote. It's down at the church. It's down corner parts now that the school to whatever it's all kind of on the way and then people go. What about some of these people live in rural Mississippi and they only have a donkey? Okay the maybe they. They'll vote. We'll get by on it. And then and then they go well. Shouldn't they be allowed to vote. Well here's the thing when you live in the fucking sticks. You don't have access to a costco. A lot of schools. Don't have accents or live in the fucking sticks. That's your your thing. Now there's probably advantages that go along with that and you can kill all the Avon ladies you want to stash them under your port and nobody's wiser Weiser Avon ladies myself but if you're off the grid wouldn't cadillacs line to find more fascinating about this whole thing is just how how much how much weight people put on is there. A state that is less representative of what the Modern Democratic Party is Iowa the whole state of Iowa there are less people than in Los Angeles Orange County one. There's like one black guy in Iowa right isn't that how many who's there the representative of the of the cheap modern Hakka who cares. I don't I'm sorry I don't care what people in Iowa think about. Who should be the next president? Why don't we matter more in in California? We're we're like half the United States is here because we're a bunch of liberal Douche. Nobody cares about us. Well we have a black listeners. A female ALF. We need you to move one so that we can repopulate number one number two. So there's all the controversy make it make it a holiday or half day or whatever again if you if you live on a fan vote on the swamp. That's your fucking business. You may not get to vote on this debt because we're just having a day you show up or if it's important to you park available at that day in in Uber and to extend the and show an ID and if you don't have access on ide- let's work on that too because it's two two thousand twenty everyone needs an ID. You can't travel. You can't have a life. You can't book anything you can't. You can't really pay taxes. You're not on the grid if you don't have an ID you're you don't exist assist in this country in any meaningful way and you can't take and you can't give if you don't have an ID so let's get you an ID. Let's pick a day as making a holiday. Alday go and show your. Id cast vote and that'll be it. We'll be waiting for stuff to come in and all that and look if you happen to be in Hong Kong along and you move there for years ago for business maybe you don't vote for four years that's fine and that's a that's a choice. You made it. That's fine. I'm fine with it. It's a couple of people. Spread spread

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Burst Of Snow Expected For Early Thursday Morning Commute

WBZ Morning News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Burst Of Snow Expected For Early Thursday Morning Commute

"Here's the latest on accu weather meteorologist dean devore working today are we looking at today another mild one nineteen is still temperatures above average will get up into the upper forties near the coast lower forties inland I could be a little bit of rain or drizzle on the south coast and Cape later today but the the difference between yesterday and today is the amount of cloudiness it'll be a much more prevalent today it's mainly cloudy that a thirty seven at nine so rather cloudy chillier tomorrow like forty two snow or sleet arrives tomorrow night and continues into early Thursday expect this slippery morning commute especially northwest one twenty eight it goes over to mostly but some rain and drizzle steadier rain Thursday night into Friday Fridays temperatures will get up into the well Friday morning will star in the forties went up in the thirties by Friday afternoon and we could have another little wintry mix system for the weekend it's a complicated forecast posting to do keep us locked on WBZ Boston's news radio will do thank you dean right now mostly cloudy thirty four degrees in Peabody thirty three and over thirty five in Avon and thirty seven in

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Help I'm Surrounded By Naked Posh Boys

Help I Sexted My Boss

14:15 min | 1 year ago

Help I'm Surrounded By Naked Posh Boys

"I'm more deal deal your more dire yes in my all my God we we have a producer on his feet here he's just shelter power was shot so ben is back from his holiday on his own shut so foul of his CIA and yeah the good one that's one of the best ones shall we have already started a a needs to stop all this I don't Santita them Tom Yes please I had been kicking around for smells like just monitor that been that's an I think that's on the turn anyway two just depending on punching smells like a pro sandwich sandwiches so I think one right who we tasting today to tell us to bonfire night phone finite finite finite it's fine I mean I prefer it to Halloween Halloween is Halloween has celtic origins is predominantly the American T. fast whereas at least bonfire night is a bit of historical clout to it because of the boom fine this time of year is a young challenge the best isn't it CALC- phone plays it was very important test for my mother because the the local council have agreed to build four hundred and fifty houses in the fields opposite talk family house and everybody said Oh the bloody who oh I feel for the about every been knocking on every door around yours get petitions going on yes him over that with a white long gloves darling Washington Cold Sarah Good Sarah from thirty two and so Sarah from I love that that you think we live in a house that has a number oh well she cows go oh yeah just give out the address darling it's just Hanson manner I can and do the best Williams Darling and Saturday from hunts and monitor I'm so sorry to knock on your door like common but I've I've heard that building four hundred yes stalling four hundred and fifty houses across the field from US would you like to sign my petition and please Dahlan can have a stiff if one I need a drink it's only August ten right so let's move on j James Williams President listened to the podcast I'm sorry I'm jokin actually caught wait to meet you wound up meeting team and I can't believe I've known that you moment that what does that says a lot about our friendship you keep me hidden away I'm like a secret boyfriend audio moving even know about me so if you want to help with something you can take y you can send your towns of trepidation to help my don't come rude you you can send out I can't believe they do know view do they I've never met them I don't right now on the edges I just worry what you'll say yeah but don't let what you say on might yeah but don't forget like when when we do the podcast I play update wind you all the time like you really don't really are like this in fact this is a sanitized tossed as I went to tell you I went to a little bit longer than what Williams like where have you been sorry I dropped the kids off also and you'll say that to my parents because you'll think hilarious and that you see you find it funny Sara sorry I just dropped kids off in downstairs downstairs Lou they don't tell you about two piston not trump darling come to notice darling trump trump darling get your mother never drank it's ten o'clock in the morning darling I WanNa meet my they love you because you brought them to show I talked about y'all tax darling it's so nice to meet you Jordan tally me whereabouts in the country are you from darling okay how's your week pinch has been really good actually I've been back home back home that's nice he's just a really good time your parents have moved yeah like you know just check the handgun yeah got stuff to do okay okay good didn't you get recognized on the train when you come back up North Oh yeah is in a peculiar way I'm GonNa say well it would have to be peculiar recognized you yeah it was really because I also think with with radio presenters when you recognize radio presenters mean I would say probably two thirds of the people that listen to you don't know what you line thank because radio yeah you have to actually have gone onto the website or follows you on a social media platform to no you look like and that third is automatically clean wit so for us to be recognized you all being recognized generally by Weirdos some of us that do t television it's relevant feel like we've changed as a sous he's got on always talk about Al how great career anymore officer this anyway but yes you got nine right first of all it's very what you said and when people see me for the first time they say they expect me to look like Ashley from Konate History got from this England fat really skinny and Ginger it was really weird so on the train speaking this lovely go and when you say go what she was sixteen sorry a lovely lady called Hannah she was titled Lady She's Lady Offer Oh I if I was next to a woman on the pitching train who had a dog with a call the dog the dog was called Noman is he sir Norman Norman Norman the dog she's actually a lovely lady she really nice and we were just chatting away about less than our intelligence I was reading reading my book and she was ready Tonight Volk and she said Oh you're at just look after Norman I said yeah sure and I looked hope on this pogo she'd gone a shade of white she was Paler than you you want to talk she looked like a ghost and I've seen it goes before a gay ghost ghost like k. and she she was shade of uh-huh set your eyes feel really sick and she can't travel quits but it was really busy we facing backwards well why did she sit there because there's Nova seats it's available okay so I had I went to shop and bought a bottle of water and it got some very kind of you got some keep the receipt bloody two pound hound up those balls of war and and you know those paper bikes they wanted you to six six hundred pounds overdrawn all those paper bags that they put you yes in the shop so it's not that and she started being in sick no given the wall and I should be sick she was like Avon's watching and I was like your eye she turns me mouth went oh my God he's your baby Oh yeah that's me yes you do lou itself as I after you've been sake yeah but it's not the first time I've been recognized that waist really yeah just before on weird look weird just before started working on said radio station England then how can how can I explain why I know this story I think you're about to say I had to go for a routine checkup a routine gene check hope and this specialist right east straight out Younis is not much older than me and I got that will make you could smalto he could tell you a nervous fellow bill so I'm talking to him I don't like making the most awkward small talk about the weather about the cycling in all this kind of thing that he says right in its papillon occur and I'm gonNA give you a prostate exam I said yeah that's fine totally fine he said just get you down to your knees and putting as t- chest I am that Canadian behind in the global literally like a fulfilled in this league and he's finger we still talk about impeaching cycling in the weekend all would smalto opens boom shake soon as he sticks his finger up it goes I agent radio at the weekend I went the joke an air lock down that these days I capability he's having a full on chat with me about radio one career while he's fingering me ours so what does the girl on the train it's the BBC and if you do guys have any problems get yourself checked out I was at the doctors over the summer and everything was fine it was I remember I was there and I I thought I was being recognized derived checked in went to the to the Lou and came out in this young ish guy came up to me uh-huh and when excuse me you will and I only here we go properly poku snow like one of ours and puff chess down yes yeah you've been cold because how dare he can try my name did I tell tell you what else told about me when is it not rocket fan dot com with my face on the bag yes basically at a car was examined local the name on the side of the car and it was in the gym anatomy I'd phones in this gill short do you work for them off off the I'm sweating me now you've left you break because rolling down literally finish Mr Foe Watson yourself you all have you ever had prostate takes them not sufficiently speaking of doctors and is it ever okay 'cause I do this all the time and way moves is that what okay to rip the pages of my no is out without permission mission of the of the receptionist thing I always say stuff magazine's knitting patterns I'm starting to mood board Oh I'm buying a house in the New Year are oh you why have you and I'm I'm talking about this later I'm starting a mood board for like I did some some medical and my interior on a sofa magazines ripped out a written out really loud noise and everybody waiting room we're looking the council Christmas with that I was going what was was the page it really inspiring a cellphone off from DFS the fabric leather fabric it was my skin like scandi style right yeah this woman Game Eagles giving me looks like a lot well so we all thanks thanks Linda Balka so anyway how how's your week been it's all about me Joe Weeping yes fine I guess what I went and so for the fourteenth time we've just been told you don't need to keep this bit long so he's going to be guess what I saw for the fourth time Mary pissing poppins Yes yes I am I was having a very bad day last week and I wasn't planning to see it and I was in town and walk past the print side with hr and I walked into space you happen to have any Stacy's returns and they said no but come back in a few hours we might do so I did and and and they did they had one so I bought it it's cheap and not telling you so not any and it it was it was in the stools let's put it that way and that's you know the Labor bitch about the seat I mean there could but it was pretty good and I found myself sitting next to Mary poppins mother this was the mother of the actress playing Mary poppins when I saw it the week before on its opening I have noticed that Mary during two scenes drinks tea from a teacup and had been holding a teacup with little finger extended which we don't do is we Do because as I think I have explained on this podcast before can you remember it's because they used to do it in the fridge olden days what was it the Court of Louis Fourteen fifteen sixteen and it meant that you had the club if you get drunk you take a little pinky oh P- yeah it was a code for saying I've got the KLOPP up you've got the club yeah we can have into 'cause well yeah you it was not polite to sleep someone without letting them know that you had syphilis so you put your little finger out when drinking tea at court of an evening the other school of thought because that particular strain of syphilis was so strong at the time it made your joints stiffen up so you physically couldn't wrap your fingers round so either way gets it's syphilis related so I was having chat with easy Stalin's mother and during the interval and we were chatting about one or two things and she said Oh some of the costs went shore if they they should be saying mammal mom and I said Oh it's definitely Ma'am and she don't we do not get things rights and at that point I thought well here is my opportunity Yep so I said I just point point one other thing out could you pass this along I don't think we want to syphilis Mary and I think we probably want the little finger touch and I explained to her and she was she was made all the right noises so very interesting when I go and see it next week to see if that fingers touching how can you go and see a show so I honestly got gingy visit stress how obsessed this Mondays

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Carrie Underwood Meets Deaf Fan, 8, Whose Sign Language Rendition of 'The Champion' Went Viral

The Bobby Bones Show

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Carrie Underwood Meets Deaf Fan, 8, Whose Sign Language Rendition of 'The Champion' Went Viral

"No it shared a video of her performing an a cappella version of the champion backstage during the war stopped with her was a year old Savannah who was born deaf doing this song in sign language videos up half of Avon's

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Trump's Ukraine diplomat provides smoking gun text message: 'Crazy' to withhold aid for political reasons

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:33 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Ukraine diplomat provides smoking gun text message: 'Crazy' to withhold aid for political reasons

"Kirk Volcker was giving over nine hours of under oath testimony three House committees working on the impeachment of the president. It was a deposition behind closed doors but some elements of Kurt Poker's testimony have found their way into the New York Times tonight. Kirk Fokker resigned last tweak as the State Department's Special Envoy to Ukraine. It's not at all clear why this State Department needed an envoy to Ukraine when we already had an ambassador to Ukraine but it seems one of Kurt volkers missions was to translate trump to the new Ukrainian president that means current Volcker was in frequent contact with Bill Taylor who became became in effect the Acting Ambassador in Ukraine Donald Trump removed an ambassador who Giuliani did not find to be cooperative enough in his Ukraine's games that were designed designed to force Ukraine to help the trump campaign by investigating Joe Biden Times reports this smoking gun incurred volkers under oath testimony today he disclosed closed set of texts in September in which Bill Taylor the top American diplomat and Ukraine alluded to Mr Trump's decision earlier in the summer to freeze as a military aid package to the country he told Mister Sunland and Mr Volcker. I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign. That is a very smoky gun in writing a member of the trump administration's diplomatic core. The highest highest ranking diplomat in Ukraine puts the trump crime in writing in a text. I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance assistance for help with a political campaign. It's all their everything you need is right there in that text secretary of state. Mike pompeo is blocking King Orden Sunland who was the other person was on that text from testifying under oath to the House on is the United States ambassador to the European Union. Now we know why Mike pompeo is blocking his testimony. Gordon Sunland is in possession of at least one text in which America's top diplomat in Ukraine says I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign. It's all right there in that text. That's why I'm repeating it. Withhold withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign. Mike Pompeo didn't want you to know that those words were ever were written by one of the ambassadors in Ukraine. How many more smoking guns are there in the State Department text messages in their email records and documents that Mike pompeo is now refusing to hand over to the House representatives. The New York Times is reporting tonight that Kurt Volker Gordon Sunland Co wrote a statement the President of Ukraine to make about investigating Joe Biden Times reports the statement would have committed Ukraine to investigating the energy company Burri SMO- smell which had employed hunter biden the younger son of former Vice President Joseph R Biden junior and it would have called for the Ukrainian government to look into what Mr Trump trump and his allies believe was interference by Ukrainians and they twenty sixteen election in the United States to benefit Hillary Clinton the president of Ukraine never ever delivered that statement that was written for him by the trump administration and leading off our discussion tonight or Evelyn Farkas. She's a former deputy assistant secretary of defense in the Obama administration she served on the professional staff on the Senate Armed Services Committee and is now an MSNBC national security analysts also joining us John Holum National National Affairs analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. He is co host and executive producer of showtime's the Circus Evelyn. I want to start with you and where we are on this Ukraine in case you know some of the players in this case you know Kirk Bulker. What do you make of his testimony today. And what more do you think we're going to be learning about it right so as you say Lawrence I know ambassador. Avon rich who also testified or I guess she. She's the one who was removed by Donald Trump from I know her. I know her deputy. He's also being held back by pompeo and I know Kurt Volker and I happen to know from a source close to the investigation a bit of what happened today and a bit of the context I guess again this is second hand at least but essentially it seems that what Volker occur was trying to do and I've known him for a long time so I'm giving him. A lot of benefit of the doubt was to try to maneuver the situation so that he can get president the trump to meet with presidents. Alinsky the new Ukrainian president he thought that Giuliani was feeding a bunch of garbage that he had heard from some Ukrainians and one Ukrainian in particular earlier to president trump and that he needed to get the truth from zone Linski. The problem here is that Kurt volkers the envoy the president's onboard the president should be listening to Kurt Volker. WHO's a longtime never mind that he was appointed by trump. He's also a longtime foreign service officer for many years before he got out and started to work for the McCain Institute so President Trump should've been listening to him but he was listening to her to Guiliani and so- Kurtz trying to maneuver it so that he can inoculate trump and maybe convince convince Giuliani somewhere along the way that there's no problem with Ukraine under this new president and maybe steer him away from the investigation now. I can't speak to what what Kurt knew what what these guys knew clearly the new acting ambassador Bill Taylor relatively new. We'll see how long you laugh. I knew him as well. You know he was also point out to them what they were doing and they shouldn't be doing in the document that the New York Times has is a draft and apparently both Kurt and the Ukrainian go between the same guy that that Giuliani message the statement they wanted the president of Ukraine to make exactly draft three to drop it would not mention Ukrainians got nervous. They didn't want to mention Biden. I don't even know if they wanted to mention prisma the oil company and ultimately both Kurt and the Ukrainian decided. Let's drop this. Kurt didn't didn't get what he wanted though either because he wanted a separate meeting with President Trump and presidents Alinsky not on the sidelines of the UN meeting because it would have been a bigger deal to have it at the White House John Heilemann the by the way this isn't available reading of the evidence when you look at all this evidence you you can look at at at Volker for example and say this is either a guy who as as the text says is part of this scheme to withhold old aid for a for a political campaign favorite you could see him as part of that or you could see him as someone who is struggling under the burden of that desire liar created by Rudy Giuliani Donald trump and he's trying to get to the right place and he's trying to get Ukraine to the right place and he's saying look just say this. Let let trump here. When you say this and then everything will be okay? I want to express any lack of interest in that topic because Volcker and there's a lot of psychoanalysis that's involved in that. I just go back to the beginning of what's what happened today. which is the? United States went out and and not has already confessed to this crime but then kind of doubled golden tripled down on the crime to your point Lawrence. He does seem to think that he understands. I think now that their facts in contention here and given that is now been explained to him that since there are no facts in dispute you could argue process right you can say. Democrats are in league with the whistle blower. Somehow shifts shifty. You can say all that stuff but on the facts facts of it the only way out for him. Now is basically say yes. I did this thing because it's clear I did and it's okay and and to make the point that it's okay is the best way to make that is just do it again and do it as publicly as possible in the most flaming gratuitous way as you can and watching this thing happened today. I will say I arrived in Washington today from having been on a west coast making the circus for this this this week and came here looking for a Republican any Republican any Republican who would come on camera to talk to me about what's going on to maybe the worst day in the history of my life. Try to book a Republican in Washington to talk about Donald Trump because there's no one who wants to get within a mile of a camera on this day. That's how bad this day was. Donald trump that even his most stalwart defenders are like no thank you. I don't really early. Wa WanNa get near the camera. That's how bad what happened. This morning was for trump in terms of just the way the politics of shaping

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"avon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"avon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That's another student at Avon park David bolero talking to news channel eight deputies say it took less than three minutes after getting the tip to make the arrest more than three thousand people sit in Hillsboro county jails dozens of them served in the US military and the sheriff's office has started a new program to try to make sure that when the veterans get out they don't come back the eight week program will help inmates learn everyday life skills like managing money and finding jobs they also get mental health and drug abuse counseling if they need it and even daily exercise absolutely do want to be part of this program I already know that this is my first time seeing the inside of the jail and I absolutely will be the last time I see this and with this program I know I'm gonna have the help that I need to get that that mission successfully completed as a current inmate the sheriff's office did not name but who served in the folder first Gulf War a parking garage at Tampa International Airport has become a pile of rubble demolition of the former red side rental car garage happened early this morning is TIA continues upgrades meant to let the airport accommodate as many as thirty four million passengers a year with Florida's news I'm John request this is a Bloomberg market many stocks are modestly lower the Dow Jones industrials are down fifty six points or two tenths percent to twenty six thousand seventy seven the nasdaq is down seventeen points two tenths percent the S. and P. five hundred is down nine points or three tenths percent shares of home depot are up more than four percent the home improvement chains quarterly profit topped forecasts home depot lowered its revenue forecasts citing lumber price deflation and concerns about the impact of new terrorists.

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EA's Origin service leaves gamers exposed (The 3:59, Ep. 578)

The 3:59

04:58 min | 2 years ago

EA's Origin service leaves gamers exposed (The 3:59, Ep. 578)

"The. I'm trying to arts faced Avon ability to its origin gaming service that exposed three hundred million gamers of what happened here. Yeah. So this was research, from two security companies called cyber in and checkpoint. They had found a security vulnerability where they were able to take over an EA, sub domain website. So they basically took over a your that ended in EA dot com. Okay. And they were able to basically create a website with that. You are L that stole security access tokens. So, you know, when you go on a website and let you log in with Facebook or log in with Google stuff like that. So you can do that for origin and instead of typing, your password it sends a security token to EA instead. So it's all done behind the scenes and it's just like a like a snippet of code right there that serves as your password and logging instead. Okay. So it sent to this fake EA website. But the thing was is that it's got sent to the. Security, researchers instead of EA themselves because they had taken over the page. So once that happens, they can take that security access token. And then use that to basically log into anyone's accounts. Oh, skirts stuff. So I mean. Terms of what happened was do they actually loser confirmation, or no? Because this was basically vulnerability that security researchers discovered at night, you know, militias hackers criminals or anything like that. So they found it around February. And they informed EA about it, which had fixed it within three weeks or so. Do they know anyone else had taken advantage of that exploit? No. Yeah. It's, it's they there's no evidence that anyone had used as exploit, because the, the website that was taken over those taken over by security research got it. Okay. Next of rises, visible service, which is stealth prepaid offering that runs off of an app. It's all based on the app, just removed, the speak cap from his dollar a month service, previously used to limit your plan to five five megabits per second, which is not very fast and super not fast at all. But that cap is gone. It's a limited offer. You say it's a limited time. We don't know when actually spire but if you sign up now if you are. If you're already visible servicemember take advantage of this cap, once the offers gone, you'll still get that you'll still enjoy the limit free of the cap free speeds. We don't know when the offer expires now visible, despite its name is pretty much invisible. Vries in barely acknowledges that exists. It kind of runs off of this kind of quiet grill marking campaign. You really can only do it through an app. So, basically means older, folks, just not gonna want sign up. This is their reason why they keep it so secretive. It's parley. Bye bye design parley of Reisen doesn't wanna, like I make it known. They lose money if more people knew about it. I mean, the fear of Asli is some of its older customers on expensive hundred dollars plans jumped to this forty dollar plan. That's five megabit per second. Cap was always sort of the now's the hooked or the, the catch. Yeah. Like a senior citizen. I don't think that you're right. Which is how much which is not in their wheels at all day. They say they're really trying to target a really ideal, ideally customers from T mobile and sprint, like, younger customers who have kind of flocked over to those other services aren't those like unlimited like is in that the whole point, why they float the idea here, though. That's I think that's why they removed as limit basically, to say, hey, come on over. We've got the nice. We've got the nice rise network. But we, we don't have the limits. And so all right lastly, we may finally get some consistency when it comes to security, our area things devices. The Fido alliance is stepped up in what are they? Doing. Yeah. So the Fido, alliance is a group that essentially set the standard for online authentication. There's a when you can sign into your accounts using security here of biometrics, or anything like that, that's because of the Fido alliance that they set the standard for that. It was two factor authentication from Google and you Bacau the security company, so now they're setting their scope on internet of things acuity, which has no standard at all is no laws, regulating, it, basically, you don't know if the smart lightbulb yet is safer than some smart Tico that you got. And they're notoriously bad on their cyber security. Like when you go to the store, and you buy a smart speaker something, it's not like energy star where there's a label on it. That's this meets the standard right. Like and that's like a big concern for a lot of people. All right. So I mean with this are we going to start seeing like a Fido alliance approved seal? That's, that's the goal that they're looking for they, they want to have that, you know, so that when you go buy something, you know, that it meets at least a certain standard of. Purity, the group is just starting now and it might be a little bit before. Like that comes out from one of these stories, Chak sound that Jiang amount for listening.

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"avon" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"avon" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"People the OECD's laurel spoon now. One of Avon's newest models, isn't your typical airbrushed beauty. Catherine Pugh was nineteen when her bus crashed and exploded in the French Alps now twenty five and the face of Avon's new perfect nudes beauty range. She's been telling me her story. I was only way home with my friends on a coach, and I'll catch lost control and crashed unexploited, and I ended up with ninety six percent of my body being done so everywhere except the soles of my on my scalp. No adult really survives that kind of injury. But somehow my. Body seemed to just come very und- helped me survive. And obviously I'm here today. Telling my story, tell me how you went from survival physical survival to putting yourself in the spotlight like this as a model accepting an imperfection on the way, look, very difficult. Whether you have Scott will not my body is completely covered in them. So it took a very long time. I had really good support network around me, my family, my friends and also other people who had been through something similar to that really helped me to understand that life could go on that you could live a very happy life. Looking the way I do. Now, having these Scots everywhere, actually, I found empowering to do it. I found empowering to stunned in front of the camera to show off my scars as some beautiful. I see scarves as potholes Gaza on something that tell a story, I think the reactions the econ- got after doing something like this come make it more difficult, and it cannot your confidence. So what you get Negga? Comments about your scars about what you've been through. I will get negative comments about the way. I look people would say we don't want to see that. All you look awful. And it's not that bad. I mean, I could be so much wise, and I know lots of people who've was commenced, but it's still difficult, and it's still huts. I'm lucky enough to have that support to keep me built up. And I want to be able to be a role model for someone else to have that confidence. I mean in a way that just underscores women feel huge amounts of pressure to look perfect not just without scars. But obsolete perfect, and that most women don't really identify with these sort of perfectionist celebrity campaigns. It's important to make sure that representation is seen in the media, simply for general, mental health and people people's self esteem people's confidence and people feeling like they live in a society where they are accepted, and that they are Wesson thing. And that's why I do everything I do everything I do is simply to try. And be that role model. The I never had when I was nineteen Catherine Pugh. There tweeted a photo of her you can find me at BBC unin. And if you're

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"avon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"avon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With the story. A thirteen year old Avon student charged after a social media threat. Criminal charges. Hendricks county prosecutor says against a thirteen year old student in connection to the social media threat. They were informed. School administrators informed. Avon police was last week last Thursday parents were informed on Sunday. This was at the middle school. They've seized 'electronic data and made contact with witnesses the juvenile believed to have communicated the threat and the guardians of this child. Listen. All I'm not here to I don't know what the threat was. I don't know the situation with parents or guardians or the child or anything else. I am only saying that you need to be aware of what your kids are doing on social media. You have to talk to them about it. And they're one man's opinion. Do not be their friend be their parents doesn't matter if they think it's an invasion of privacy. And I know I know I I I I blame you my dear sweet kinder- for for raining on Halloween because you were just, you know, you're just terrible. So far this year. This this is like the precursor, can you imagine what's going to happen with Santa Clause? If you can't even get Halloween dun-rite gosh. And then and then I say, you have no rights. Listen. It's it's not that you know, someone's trying to your parents are trying to proactively hurt you. It's that when when you're twelve or when you're thirteen. Yeah. You only think, you know, everything, but we know you don't know anything. Listen, listen, my my my dear sweet thirteen year olds. Do you think we have thirteen year olds it listen to this show him up there? Do you think we have thirteen year olds that listen? One can hope listen to me. You.

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"avon" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"avon" Discussed on WDRC

"The avon marketplace route forty four in avon back with meteorologist ard horn join as after the news at eight thirty will be the commissioner from the department of consumer protection michelle seagull a lot to talk about what the commissioner art were looking ahead to the winter let me ask you what happened in the early part of december where we had temperatures i know it's december but we had temperatures for a good stretch below freezing what happened there well you were in the winter months rarely armenian we try to find winter garden honored procured big uh it doesn't do that they're not rewrite ingram remark o'clock about feeding because uh in helped us to bring order to the atmosphere but the nature darden care about any of that um of course it does what a one fell oh it's not unusual debt the bursts above thumped cold air in early december uh we've had many here's where we get some picks those uh that time of year but i am i i remember really worked out of saturday's so you heard it uh but at what was at march planned savaged uh climate is what you expect veterans what you get he was also famous for saying if you don't like the weather in new england wait a minute no actually are that yes that he there's another expression attributed to him uh which he did not say which is uh everybody talks about the weather but.

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