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Fresh update on "bev" discussed on Common Ground Football Podcast

Common Ground Football Podcast

00:25 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bev" discussed on Common Ground Football Podcast

"At one point. We're being talked about as a dynasty in the nfl. Then we still wonder how they want suitable forty nine. What would have happened right. What what will be different now. Would they have one fifty superbowl fifty three in a row where they have won three out of four. You know who knows but we do know is that. It's been eight years since the win in super bowl. Forty eight and seven years since their last super bowl appearance an all everything else is quick. Quick playoff exits and for me as a fan. This came up. I saw this on twitter today from somebody else. I follow on twitter. Seahawks fan is a good podcast and the name is blanking at the moment Basically saying well. We need to be happy with a team that goes to the playoffs every year. And i get that and it is nice because as you as some of you know i'm a mariners. Fan and being a baseball fan for the seattle mariners. I would take one game wild card playoff game at this point right because we have been in the playoffs in twenty or so to have a football team. That is continuingly continuously. Excuse me going to the playoffs every single year. That's awesome but we got a taste of a championship so it's not good enough. In my opinion. It's just not good enough and i get i get that. We're by that opinion. I'm looked down upon like i'll be happy. Have to be happy. I can say it's not good enough anyway so they lost on january twelfth. That's when they made an interesting move. They fired offensive coordinator. Brian schottenheimer and i looked at that. This wasn't to me member. How i was all about Daryl bubble fire battle hashtag fire babble. I put that on almost all my post for that season. Want him gone and it did. I couldn't stand bev. Offense the thing with schottenheimer was the first half of the season. They were doing things offensively that we had had not seen the russell wilson teams do it was nuts was awesome but then the second half came around and a completely stalled out and they did.

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The Role of Alcohol in Herbalism

The Plant Path

01:34 min | 3 months ago

The Role of Alcohol in Herbalism

"Hey there everybody's a popham here. Founder of the school bev luminary herbalism and in this week's episode. We're talking about alcohol. We as herbalist to tend to rely pretty heavily these days on alcohol as one of our main ways for extracting and preserving the medicinal properties of plants. Right think herbal tinctures are probably one of the most commonly used forms of herbal medicine by herbalist. And so what. What's the deal with alcohol right. What's the best type of alcohol to us. What is there a difference between organic or inorganic. Alcohol is there a benefit to using high-profile alcohol. Low proof alcohol white. How can we figure out what the best type of alcohol to uses. And so that's what the topic of this week's post is all about is about alcohol and some of my perspectives on alcohol. And what the best form to us is to make the best medicine as well as some perspectives on the al chemical tradition of alcohol. You know we tend to think of it in modern herbalism as you know. Alcohol is just great for dissolving herbal constituents and it preserves things very well they last indefinitely if the percentage is higher than thirty percent. But what about some of the traditional perspectives of alcohol specifically. Why do we refer to distilled alcohol as spirits.

"bev" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Was different products and the legal ease of it. All is just ridiculous. I mean i. I felt fed did holiday season two. It's a better price than address addresses. I couldn't really get into holland all that much. Like i don't know i just. I think linguistically it was hard to get into because we didn't get all of the The idioms that were being sad holland was much more enjoyable when we were like we would watch the episode. But i appreciate the episode a little bit better after talking to our dutch guests that we have on our podcast so they would like answer all of our like awkward questions and fill in the gaps. And like you know like like voice dragon or whatever voice whatever like whatever it was they. They were like unannounced. It's just like sex in the city. Like just here's and here's the cultural context of the neighborhood that they live in and i was like. Oh okay i get it like it. It helped a lot because a lot gets lost in translation enjoyed the. I think my problem was more. So like i didn't aside from nicki tutorials. I had no idea who any of the judges were. I had no idea who the host big at least with like and you k. You ninety nine percent of the time know who people are. It's like okay. Sure i would like jennifer saunders to give me an jennifer dawn french. give me. yeah critiques. But i don't who the blonde that's next to the other side. I don't know if we didn't know them fine. But like give a strangers who like are entertaining and educated to say. Do let's snatch game full of people where i have no idea who end exotic mindy mindy jamaica. Many times i got tagged in every single photo. A senator gina's sater's gene. God built but anyway holland happened on us now. Question has has no one ever seen cursive before like what happened. Independent this just shows you were. Education has got an america. Where like the only time cursive ever existent existed in people's minds nowadays are the founding fathers and not a apparently handwriting. It's on its way out totally. Yeah because it's all they all type. It's all digital especially in this digital sign your signature initiative first of all. This is literally what happens and then second of all my whole entire life. People have said like john. Your handwriting is so beautiful your handwriting. So beautiful and i was like yeah. 'cause i worked on it when i was like me if i didn't no it's like people people are surprised to see if you could read someone's handwriting and i'm like girl just work on it make it look like letters. Yeah like. I'm not a doctor. So i had to learn how to write properly. You know and also. I think doctors are so tired. I think that's probably where go goes when we get to the interview portion because basically this is a paget and you know from running like countless pageants bev in really likes. The interview. portion is quite important right. It kind of tells you how how it is in the context of pageant. I don't necessarily think that that important in this context of drag race. It's kind of screen time. Yeah it's like filling out the episode. Like i know they do it every year. But it's just like this is where we get. Everyone's like sad back story triumphant story and it just. I think this is the episode that they always show for like the emmy for your consideration. Like wigs are crying three times. Show michelle giving about your lives. And then what would you say. Two zero i quitted is is them trying to like figure out what your narrative is because they don't really know who the queen's are at the beginning of the episode but now during this interview portion section. They're like okay. Now here's who you are and what was problem not problematic but like what i thought was interesting during this moment. Is that you know. Rupaul's laughing during got mix interview repulsed laughing during candy's interview were caught laughing during simone's inch. Well actually we'll get back to that but for the house is kind of like. Oh so you got bored with acting and then you're in stephanie's child okay. Michelle can't help. Just throw dig jan like oh you better than jan. Oh i think the judges like legit. Hey jam of all. Second of all. I don't think they actually like rosa. That much Because they keep on calling her plastic and whatever and then. I think what this really is not gonna lie in bed. But i'm going to because this podcast. I'm supposed to say controversial things to you know people listening. I wonder is this. Just world of wonders bid to sign stephanie's child to world of wonder records to get laguna on the chauffeur's they'll do they have they have jan signed into signed. They have resigned so they need to do is one more season with guna. And then you just bought jungle of no doubt. I bet that's on the horizons. They can tour. They can tour with the frock destroyers. And what was the other in the united kingdom. I think anything that. Wow wants to pull under its umbrella. They're going to get their hands on and the more musician drag queens. There are the more it helps that they've got that song contest. Show coming out so like i think they're definitely going in that direction. Well someone who's auditioned several times never been on. You signed a contract that you signed seventy five pages and they own your life for at least a year with the option to own it for more than that. This is what i mean. So like. I feel like stephanie child signed a contract two years ago and it was to have each of them beyond the show and then like do the world of records thing. Because i don't understand because they had already been on the voice to shows stuff you total one member. They did america's got talent and and the voice and the voice and it was just like they performed with jessie j like they were they were background singers for another queen. That was actually the contestant asks me gerbil background singers for bell. But this is what i mean. I feel like they've been kind of like peeking a little bit. Or like they've been plateauing in terms of the fame that they've been to achieve and then world of wonders trying to like okay. Now we're going to take you to the next level. We'll see. But i. I have a feeling that luna is just you know. I'm sure we run out of drag queens in new york city. That hasn't been so it's fine truly literally. I was watching an instagram live with. It was jan. Nikki doll Chelsea piers and and laguna and it was basically like half of them have been on drag race the other two one is like basically waiting and then the last one is going to be the one that takes all their gigs when they're gone and they can tour again. You know that's how it is. When i i remember going to see bianca in new york city when i was with my ex when she was still doing shows with shahida were they would do the shows where they were roast each other onstage bianca went on and then bob took all of her bookings. Bob moved on Just took all of bob's bookings you.

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"bev" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Mary wants to do a calming circle. We put in that sail. Away song interpretive dance tracks the today and then it ends up being around the same time with parts that you like cut out and then the solos you think all the way from start to finish so it's a big undertaking. This is but this. Is i feel like this is my second yawned. Because i feel like. I've seen i've seen like things were rocky horror. Show like they're playing the movie but then the actors or they're doing the same time but you're talking about like it's lip sync it like a play. We just lip synching. We don't speak. That is so cool. That's so fun. And i love the inclusion of like other songs and like cutting down skipping to like the so. You're not just watching a movie or listening to a movie. Bean her foreign. It's totally different and new. I have to go like for example when we did drop dead gorgeous here in the city. A former rupaul's drag race girl. Whose name i won't say because i don't want to give her the airtime but anyway okay thanks for lifting someone over her head played gladys leeman so when the did the swan ate my baby thing. She picked up the drag queen daughter and put her over her shoulder. And then rupaul. Kimono was like drag context sport. So then she her back on the street will never die and her daughter was played by area over saatchi which is even funnier. I thought claims to fame here with tragedies fame not be named an area over sachi abouts i. I forgot that ci was originally philly and that she moved or something. Well she's new jersey she's chamber okay. She's five minutes over the bridge like she is slash. Was billy queen. It's just we well. We can talk about drugs when you get there. There's no there's no one wants to be associated with philly. Dr relief changed. I think on. I think our actually gotten on. That's actually lived in philly at the time. So i think less people should be saying new york. Yeah like olivia should have just been a jersey quaint. Like she shouldn't have been she shouldn't have been in new york queen because honestly like no one knew who she was heard. Yeah like like. I had never heard of elite. Maybe she maybe she did perform a club coming a couple of times. But that doesn't make you new york queen. Her one of her other claims to fame was she wanted a pageant. Very hard and asbury park which is in jersey would have been really cool to have a jersey queen that would have differentiated staying part of like you know the new york is just like all over drag race and i love it because i'm from new york and i love all those drag queens but anyway we're talking about you exactly now back to you on obviously right now. There's so many crazy things going on in our country. I mean from last year this year from you know like terrible legislation in in russia that just happened. I think also yesterday but you also have been doing drag charity events raising money for actual lgbtq charities. So thank you for doing that and mike. Can you just tell us a little bit about that so that you know if anyone staying they can support written we can do the good thing. Yes so an event. That was held here in philly honestly. Before i moved here i kinda took over a few years ago. It's called the philly beauty ball and it's a called an amateur drag charity event. It started out as an excuse. Every gay guy dresses in drag for halloween anyway so like two weekends after that we would have the puny ball and its own. Get more bang for your buck. Oh yeah there's still hangs out and does bad drag and if you do a lip sync for your life thing and like slowly over the years. It's metamorphasized but it's always been a charity event and the last since i since my co-producing it with my ryan it's been a benefit for the attic. Lgbt youth center which is a predominantly trans. Youth shelter was that We raise money for every year. And it's gotten bigger and bigger last year. We raised like well. The not last year obviously began pandemic. Shut down twenty. Nine hundred was the ten year anniversary and we had layla mcqueen. Come as a guest thousand dollars. It's not saving the world you know she tries. Think it's important to just like as you can see like. I i like i'm fortunate enough to be able to like have nice things. I think it's part of our responsibility to give back just sitting home counting our cycles like scrooge mcduck. It's supposed supposed to give back to the community that provides for. You can't take it with you. I was thinking about this in terms of volunteering in volunteering. You're also giving back to yourself because you're putting your name out there your networking. You're engaging with people there may be business opportunities that come along your way because of these people that you're now running in circles with but at the same time i think we have to remember to try and find something that we can do and it's not just donated to actually something you can do because you know money only goes so far and that's building community too so like yeah not only. Are you raising so much money. Really doing your purchase strengthen a lot of the community. And what's funny. Is that a lot of actual legitimate drag queens had their first nights and drag at the. It's like i'm personally responsible for like half the monsters in the city. You're but you're not getting my gig style harder baby. It's okay so i mean this. This really cracks me up. I looked up on tiktok. You have like nine thousand nine posts. Maybe but you have seventeen thousand followers and nineteen has two point one million views. Who are you talking. This is the craziest slash most frustrating story. And i'm probably going to say the effort. A lot may have to be but so okay so i just turned thirty nine on tuesday. I'm an old lady when it comes to social media. Like i don't have snapchat i was i was late to instagram. I predominantly do everything on facebook. Like my mother i. I've had facebook for years. Still not at the maximum amount of people that at the maximum amount of friends on instagram for ever have like seventy eight hundred which sounds like a lot but when you're a drag queen. It's really not that much. I know nowadays. It's like oh my god you don't have like one of those. I'm not one of those queens. We'll buy like we all know who they are is like. Oh you have twenty thousand dollars but you get twenty lakes when your posts okay. Okay brand new shirt. That's now organic But so my friend. Joel shouts joel korea. His tiktok name. It's me joel. He kind of blew up like six or seven months ago and tiktok just from like doing does like a boy beat quote unquote makeup. Just lip syncs and talks. He's got like five hundred thousand followers. Does these friday night lives where he makes you just gets in make up for no reason talks to people and they send him money and you can get it all.

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Glenn Close, 'Hillbilly Elegy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:21 min | 8 months ago

Glenn Close, 'Hillbilly Elegy'

"Hi everybody. I'm peter travers. This is popcorn What's happening at the movies and my guest today. is glenn. close one of the best actors on this planet. You heard it from me and you heard from everybody else. That caesar in anything you people need to get now busy on netflix. And watch glenn. In hillbilly jay where her talent is shining on its highest being. So congratulations to you. God thank you peter. Thank you very much. And i'm looking at you and when i see you and you'll be billy algae i say who the hell is that. What about this transformation that you make to play this character. Well you know. It started. When i when i knew i was going to do memo is started with. I can't be distracted by my own face. I can't you know if i think the audience sees my face. I'll be very distracted by that though. I called matthew mongol reading. Oh genius makeup artist. Special effects makeup in mossy oak own views is done my wigs for practically my entire career and they had done also janet mcteer ni- and albert and matthew came up from texas where he's kind of semi retired when i still had a house out you know in westchester and we sat in my kitchen and he experimented with with shapes because it was really amazing. How just a very slight alteration of its shape of your nose for example can take your own face away so It was that and also mammal in life had big ears so he added you know size of my ears in my ear lobes. In the night. I curl my hair and made it all frizzy and ron came over because he just lives over the border in connecticut and he was kind of he was convinced because it i of course you know you worry about the time taken in the chair in the morning with any kind of percents but this was actually you know just slight difference of the nose and ears in it. I i was reading an hour every day But that was the beginning. And i we were given a portrait of mammoth fabulous portrait for slightly looking up with the big glasses and her hair and that was kind of what we went on. And then eventually saw videos from the family of her inaction laughing surrounded by kids pulling a wagon and then i the thing that was most valuable for me was to have one on one with bev with lindsay with a cousin with jd. And just saying okay. How did she sit. What did she wear. How did she hold her cigarette What was her voice like what. What was your energy like when she came into a room. What was her house like. So just very specific things not to pretend i was her but to somehow find the essence of this woman. Who is just. I mean loved feared feared and loved. When you get a property like this. I mean let's start by that. How did it come to you. He'll billy allergy. Who showed it to you. I said well. To tell you the truth. I read the book you know. Not long after came out because i wanted to educate myself kennedy. Was it her. She made the wonderful wonderful documentary about the hill. People that i remember vividly. But that was more like the shacks in the moonshine. And that's kind of the cliche and cliches are uninteresting. And i think cliche can lead to people being stigmatized and i think this group of people have been stigmatized. And then i heard that ron was had gotten the rights was developing the script and i wrote him a note and i said when you're thinking of memo please think of me thinking never in a million years would you. Because it's not like casting that you would necessarily leaked to. But then he got exciting for. You is the best thing about exciting new territory. And that's the essence of what we do right. I mean we were. We explore the human condition. And you don't want to go over territories spiritual emotional psychological that you've done before and so this was a great great journey for me to to learn about mammo to meet her family. I really believe i. It's just a fact that all great drama is based in family and you tell a very specific story about family and it has repercussions for everyone matter who they are and and that to me is the value of making it authentic and honest because then people can say they they almost subliminally will link it to their own lives. I heard that you met her son. Oh yes yes. He came settled. So what did he say when he's looking at you playing her and in a way reproducing this woman who's gone now he couldn't believe it. I mean the thing when the family and they came later when we were like a bunch of them came on on the day that i shooting the scene with little jd when he's I've told that he has to give his p to his mother and they came onset set. We're we're on a location. And some of them started crying. They somehow whatever we found was the mammal that they remembered and her son came came in another scene and he had to leave because he got so emotional. So that was really gratifying. I think we wanted to do justice. And we wanted to in way carry on the legacy of mammal. I women all over the world who are mammals you know. Always a yankee game sat next to a grandmother and grandfather. Taking care of their ten year old grandson. And i think he'd oh my god no retirement for them. I said their daughter was unable to take care of them so they were raising their grandson and it happens a lot in this country that know. We see every time we turn around to do that. And i say from the specific comes the universal to do that. But i think it's going to have an effect watching this movie now because all of us many of us even if we're lucky enough to live in some kind of bubble where we have. Some family members with us isn't going to be a thanksgiving where we can all get together in large kind of group. it's just impossible with this pandemic. How are you living with. Pandemic there in montana. We'll see interesting. Because i've not achieved as much creatively as i wanted. I wanted to really really right. Haven't and i'm not sure why not be. I think it's brought a kind of sometimes. I feel like. I'm spinning my tires. You know in in the mud and not getting a traction. And but i make sure my sink is clean all the time. My kitchen isn't border. You know i make i will. Do i think that every day going. After the i kind of the little things to keep my life in order that have been important but he things are building. I think i would like to think that a great great era of creativity for for all of us who are in the are artists will come out of this. Whether is you know something's just stating whether you're aware of it or not. But it's there it's going to happen

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"bev" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

Help I Sexted My Boss

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

"Which was a lovely tend to moment and then seeing all of their faces but jordan's in particular pressed up against the portcullis again like another night jordan's had before su- waving goodbye to everybody was was very moving. Actually i was. I was terry. Mike and i looked at each other on the safe. And we we had both gone episode sleeping. Children were do an impression of lucky the icon justice full unfortunate in davis bio wish. I could something that. I did notice which was old When ruthie holly laughs glass of water. Why did bev victoria glasser champagne. I have no idea what him. I may be something to do with. They don't drink alcohol. I would assume it's not some sort of favoritism going on you've got champagne if you wanted surely okay i just wanted to And and actually victoria. And i like victoria in this in this program shows and one of my favorites jordan is my favorite but she did in that exit interview with when she did. Actually jordan does call for a lot. I assume means that of takes takes the blame for things and actually victoria good on the for identifying that because yes sometimes jordan does take the blame because he's a very very easy target. Thank heavens for this podcast bus. He sometimes it isn't always fair. A phantom dribbler. Being perhaps one incident. So yeah. I'm glad that at least victoria recognize that. Would it be nice. Maybe if you had spoken up a bit more in the camp about that but at least but maybe she did. Maybe we just wasn't cost. Who who knows and again then when they they both left the castle along that sort of drawbridge at thing that they have constructed. We'll i have liked is the oh has all been women. The left just realize that All the old women that have laughed on digital the celebrities. We should say because no men have left yet have all had the same reaction to the paper. Confetti and they've also gone. Ooh science surprise to bittner and then they walked through it. If you what you watch their faces all on the same oh and then. And then they of gavin do that that pays for the photography's and just just a word on on bev. I think before we move on with the podcast because we've loved for long time. I've literally i've got money in the game because i've bought a book so that will turn up at some point and she suck up locally relationship with jordan time show his his guts that that she's gone last night so yeah thanks to bev. Thanks to hashtag mega shag and thanks for the other stories that she shot because she's absolutely great value. Thank you for looking. After jordan. And i know he will miss you now. We we did say that. If the gene divas left us a five star review on i tunes and put a joke in there we would perhaps read that one out instead of one of jordan's jokes of the week and i'm all for change and offer retiring jordan's feature so ben has got one from emily in cumbria. So william. what do you call a kind of wife. I won't do you call.

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"bev" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

Help I Sexted My Boss

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

"What the gratification tools towards because of our wealth connection. Now you wendy have mentioned from jordan one of his interviews before he went in. He said the reason he said yesterday. It was because he wanted a new kitchen or indeed in spain because caffeine a- What sort of caffeine would you like. Level to move away from the casino amid quite modern kate shed. It's mainly oh my appliances. They're absolutely abysmal. So i had a little chat with jolt in already ready. Got through a few Mckay the brochures and Applying says talk some things like that just to be on the side and so which which applies if you had to pick one appliance which appliances he is he doing full the most as well. He knows it would have been a coca because one of my strong points. So alarmed No yes do it probably being the dishwasher shah because it's labor saving divides it is. Yes we'll for that. Obviously jordan is from the north with very aware of that but for the last year or two he has lived in london. Have you noticed any changes in him. Since he's become a londoner. yes. I think he suffered a little bit. I think he's got some of the london. Shag bowl all. He's got true. Northern great so i think he's been balls now and will true grit keep him wolf because it is going to be very cold in in wales when the thing gays. I don't like this job..

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The Russell Martin Case

Casefile True Crime

04:55 min | 10 months ago

The Russell Martin Case

"The nineteen seventy seven stole gift came into win with no sign of Russell Martin. On Maithri Bev and her mother Ellen visited the local police station to fall a missing persons report. It had been three and a half months since Russell left town unexpectedly without offering goodbye. Bevin Dublin you better than most that Russell was not a perfect person. He had these vases mainly drinking and gambling and was hot headed and turn to violence. But he loved his children. Whenever he was out of town Russell would at the very latest KP in touch with these kids. Yet they hadn't from him. Knowing her sons ten percent ellen feed that Russell would cause if he returned to town. He would bain sense to find out that he's wife Helen had moved another man into their marital Russell and Helen's relationship dated back to when they were teenagers. Russell's siblings disproved if the pairing from the outset. Helen wilcock had a reputation as a wild child and Russell was possessive prone to Jealousy They advised against the couple marrying, but Russell and Helen went ahead with the ceremony. In nineteen, sixty, four, they became Mr and Mrs Martin. Both when nineteen years old. They had four children and eventually said Odi into a three bedroom where the board has online goes straight not far from the main street of stole. Their doors lay in Kelly shed one room. This sons Stephen and pole shed the second Russell and Helen had the third. It wasn't an idyllic marriage russell and Helen Wood products of disadvantaged backgrounds and at influenced their treatment of one another. Russell was the sixth of seven children born on July ten, nineteen forty-five. He's parents Michael and Ellen were problem drinkers. They would often stay out all not until they spent all their money. All were escorted home by police. Some of their drinking binges lasted wakes. Die fought loudly and frequently Ovadai many problems including Ellen's flagrant infidelity. Throughout his Childhood Russell was at the center of a room out regarding the identity of his biological father. He was also bullied for being the child of the town drunks as well as for his poor Jane and academic struggles. The Martin Children was severely neglected by their parents. Child protection offices visited the household, but the children would heart in the nearby forest to avoid them. Sometimes, they'd slave out death and days at a time and arrive at school dirty and unkempt. Russell was taste for having burs doc in his nutty hair. He would try to remove them himself, but the results were disastrous and only caused more ridicule. Russell learned to retaliate with these fists and became known as a feast for who wasn't afraid of anyone. Helen had experienced her husband's violence firsthand. Police officers attended dietrich disputes at the couple's has sometimes as often as once a month. But charges were rarely laid. Helen fights sorry for Russell. Shape believed, he only acted the way he did because of his upbringing which had caused him to hate women. When reporting her Son Missing Ellen Martin expressed concern for Helen in particular. Shea feed that Russell would harm his wife if he found out, she had moved on with another man. Ellen said the only way Helen would have new boyfriend was if Shane you ashore that Russell was never coming back. Russell's sister. Bev Felt Helen had been behaving suspiciously since. January. For New Year's Russell and Helen, took their children on a like saw camping trip one hundred and sixty kilometers west of store. It was the couple's first holiday together in that thirteen year relationship.

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"bev" Discussed on Bevs World

Bevs World

05:03 min | 11 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Bevs World

"It's been a couple of months first of all. Welcome. How do I start a podcast like that? No. All right, guys. Welcome. Welcome back to another episode of Bev's world at podcast episode today I, first of all. Hey, how you doing I'm doing just fine. Thank you very much. It's been a while it's been a couple of months since we talked last time and that is due to a couple of different reasons. One of them being I have been working a lot lately, but I will sitting thinking. About uploading something and specifically talking about the corona virus and my audience, the coronavirus you know. I, think we'll just jump into it because you know in the beginning of this whole pandemic we We didn't really know what it was going to what was going to happen and I think. You know sitting there in my office working in like office hours were not many people I you know. We don't sit too close to each other's I'm not taking the bus. March. You know. Just taking it easy and just kinda following the restrictions and just making sure that I'm safe. I'm always using my hand sanitizer. And for me, it was really important to follow these things as a routine like I would almost like overdo it and I was like there's no way I'm GonNa get Corona virus and. Because of the reasons I just listed. Approximately two and a half months ago at three months ago. Now, it probably is I got a fever. I started kind of tingling. And I started feeling very weak. In my body and mom, it's Kinda hard to. Explain but it wasn't anything out of the ordinary I. Just felt of really like low on energy and just like you know like when you touch your skin, you just feel like a cold or hot lick it lick a normal fever can hurt to just touch your skin almost in a way that kind of sounds brutal but you know what I mean and was like..

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"bev" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Think the thing is, is that when you look at the clippers, the clippers supposed to be this outstanding defense and for the most part these two white European players, chick their tails. It's a simple as that they had no answer for it would have been interesting to see had Zingo not bowed out and had been able to play those last couple of get interested in joker skip they can't do anything with joker the guy nobody can stop it zoo box because he can step out shoot three he can put the ball. They're bare few fives that can put the ball deplore. Hey I don't think the Lakers can stop joking no no no, you just you just try to contain try to think if they can do that. They can put a d. him to try to guard a AD draw Zubaydah. You're not dumping the ball that zoo box exude go to work on your joker. Yup. So I looked what doc also said about Yokich yesterday he said he's talking about how he's the best five pass the best center pass ever seen. Yes passing big. Yes and he said Dog About Joker he has a little bit of everybody. He has all the footwork and moves of a large lawn by that 'cause you remember the up and under get Utah's like how to be get this off he fifty moves and said doc he has the Lanky and goofy like goofy intelligence of Kevin McHale. He's just good. Well, it is good intelligence. Compared to everybody else. He's like he's operating in a different universe of you can't do that. But what are you thinking about that? It's kind of like out there it's like off center intelligence will you can't try play like that also he's running to dribbling just right. He's sides shooter running hook and it's like a no look. I'll just shoot it up here and it goes here. You say that's just goofy I think. When you look at him, I mean he's not chilled. He can't run fast as and say, well, why are you? So patient? He said I can't run fast. That's my only choice. That's my only option if to be patient he job high-skill, and so he has to be technically and fundamentally sound and as documented his foot work it is he's sound in the put work game he can make he can make shots in the rains that he can shoot. The ball with he the better shoe because sometimes you hate the Joel embiid falls in Lo-, which shooting three point shots he does it if you leave him open yes shoot it but he's more apt to try to put the ball on the floor back you dow and try to get to the up and get to get to the shoulder. So but for the say demands flailing skip the manager seven files but they shot him free throws so include. Doing. A good enough job play some but actually Pat Bev is given a weird backhand. Lodo no no no hollow. He difficult of defend because he flails because he's awkward looking the measure questions. You just moved into the house and your neighboring your player is brought you of the four housewarming gift. Cactus you accepted that you like were attacked is brought me this. No. Neighboring night apart is not a CACTUS CACTI are cool. Sears. Zona. Campbell. Maybe you might by CACTI COOL I don't know Look Pretty Shave. You'll get to bet you defending look what we're talking about. We're talking about Pat Beth versus the the best player on the nuggets I tell you what you go I think it's advantage Patrick Bev, how they do like this here You. Will be talking about this Tamar. Tamar. Well, what do we got? We got it. Is it done deal to cases done deal okay. Good I'm good. Thank you very much. I get points to. Yeah. Thing in land. going. Leave qualify after you said you got to cases on you just said straight up with dog bit with box. It's eight points, but I'm like. Okay, you know somebody goes where. OUTTA. Outta water because that'll. LOAD NOISE FROM UTAH. Right up straight up straight, he just had straight up straight with no done. Thank you only want to walk water what is go? Looted straight up. Thank you know ice you. All right. How about we talk about Lebron and keep the energy high around here Lebron not only had an impressive night with thirty six point, seven.

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"bev" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"bev" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"How do you want here? You Go. Yeah. I just got a text from our man living. Wayne yes. He wants this for you to know he says, tell punk obviously Shannon. I take over the song once I get on it. It's no longer a feature. It's my song now but he says tell you that he loves you for the shout. Just to reiterate. Again whatever it is so. Okay. Answer Pat Bev versus okay. I'll take I won't take Yokich. The last guy should mention anything about flailing and flopping his Patrick Beverley. And this season only one guy got fined for flopping I'll give you one guess to guess who it was. And it wasn't joking yogurt. If Pat Bill. Skip at some point time how just give Credit Jeff give dodgers credit is good. He really he the great player he's GonNa be in the MVP conversation for us to come of the big may the what we call truth fives I'm taking Yokich over any other big and basketball that played that position I'm taking over Joel embiid because you know what skill I'm we'll get that guy for seventy to seventy five games. He they better passer he can he the better score now he doesn't rebound, but he's a better all around big then Joel embiid I would take him and beat can pass it yet but it's Different. I got it you the different animal right there and so for me skin I'll. Give. You know I only rely showing video. As, much that distractive because the people at home and watch it I want them to see and hear me. But I gotTA show this video just Pat Bill now what you did this right here. A little patio. Look at is. Against Jayson tatum. Oh by good it's skip. Denzil. Did it would be proud you got smashed right in the pair they give. You, the people can't see. You know. We'll. See You I. laughing. Exactly. You know if Abboud. Let's get to the other way. Really skilled. What is that? What if this skip, you can't body him up like that you get knocked down. Really off into foul, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. You Know Pat Bill. Did he ask? Why isn't always the guy? That's in the back seat skip night in the passenger seat. He's not his car he's not driving he doing all the talking and. Let your quick. No be quiet. You don't mess this up everybody. Joker. They have no report. He filed he filed a box. Skip there's a difference between getting files and getting shooting files because he got seven fouls committed against it but the clippers shot twenty six free throw. So what what what game is bad watching? At some point in time the problem that I have look. When someone's good. You just say you know what? Here's a heck of a player it's tough the garden because you know because he he can shoot. Threes he can put the ball on the floor and so he's a little unorthodox but he the damn good player don't try to make it seem like he'd be flailing cut that man is legit that mentor the Defies Star in this league, and he's going to be there for years to come. So popat bail to try to dismiss him as he's flailing and he tried to get the officials attention. Well, it didn't work because there always ten free throws so it didn't work and so. This. Is My like a might will also their head coach say something I might give it a little credence. I. Might even listen to it but when that don't get talking. got. Mitt. Listen to nothing he said. So. Shannon Sharpe. You and Mike. Malone. Just got Pat Bev. He got you to react exactly the way he wanted you to react to this quote. This is what he does. He wants to irritate he wants to annoy, and ultimately he wants to distract the Denver Nuggets from the task at hand, which is down two games to one to the clippers to win game four I think you predicted they would win I got the nugget okay. As you well know. Patrick Beverley is a first ballot hall of Famer, when it comes to psychological warfare especially in the postseason yes he's first ballot hall of Famer. He's right up there to me with a guy I covered in. CHICAGO. Named Dennis Rodman. Robert Blake. Okay. So can he he can play consumed threes makes big. Three's what he is. There Rondo do I've been telling I said that on the show three times pat bath is Rondo that's he does for them what Rondo can do. You compare Pat Beverley Dennis. Rodman who led the League for seven straight years. I got it I. got it. He was he's hall of Fame Player I. Time to play on a year one thing Dennis Rodman couldn't do. He couldn't participate in psychological warfare after the game or on off days he he didn't he wasn't. No it was all in the game. He wasn't a great post gain. off-day trash talker you. Know. This guy is a master of how can I get under your skin and into your psyche on an off day? How can I do it after the game? Will he just did it again because Mike Malone should've just scoffed at this. He should have said next question instead he took it seriously and took it personally. Yeah. Well, I don't listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot of quiet Larry was talking maybe I might listen to co is a great player. Well, he got you Pat Bev Gotcha he stung you were hurt them up if you don't mind me. When pat bed was in Houston and they're in the playoffs how many times you've heard him talk after the game. So easy to the no no no, he wouldn't do talk is either talk to. especially a big dog and Kawai in PG No. They got four dogs hunting so you can do although in. Lieu. Arrays. But here's the thing though skip listen would nobody doing all this talk? Pat Bayle bumping him now because now he thinks he's a favorite to win the title. So don't let that fool your skin pabon one talking like this Houston he was not I remember you just didn't care because they weren't that good. They didn't warrant they didn't merit any attention to his. Still. Widely talking to their way did Russell Westbrook, and Oklahoma City remember how you ended the see you undercutting. Call the. On twitter about it, you know. It's been having problem with that. I think he's that might have been the beginning of the end of the Russell as we used to love him the most that was the peak of his athleticism obviously, and he lost a little bit of that injury. Okay. So let's examine what Patrick Beverley actually said about Yokich he said he's comparing him to launch and he says. It's a lot of flailing. You know he puts a lot of pressure on referees to make the right call. Well, that's exactly right. It's sort of euro trait. Luke does it we're it's just a lot of hands they drive, and then the hands are just going everywhere and I thought the sixth foul on Zoo bots. Another euro player was just wrong because Zubov's relic. I can't defend him any better. He didn't move he just sort of moved with him, but he didn't body bounce up against him besides there's a lot of this going on size being more talented was to between James Harden game. With all James Harden James Harden exactly what We need to go into the basket we need to the basketball he'd swiping through he's getting skipped. He does all that but he didn't do it with hands going everywhere. This trait and enlisted jokers great at it. 'cause hands are going up everywhere. Ball is loose and you say we'll surely somebody I guess had slapped him across the wrist and maybe sometimes they don't slap him I..

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"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"All we think about is ourselves are a network of people within the home that were were living. How important is it to think beyond yourself in not just in networking but it is part of networking? Is it not to think beyond yourself and show that you do that? It is overwhelmingly important and in fact. There's all kinds of new research saying that one of the greatest predictors of long term career is having a broad viewpoint having a broad network diverse network having A broad knowledge base people who read a lot. That's the way to vary you're thinking aside from networking reading what other people are riding reading You know kind of deep reading is a way to vary your perspective. Anything that shows that you have a broad view of the world that you're open to people who are not like you that you are able to entertain other people's viewpoints. That's tremendously helpful in terms of How you present yourself but it also is a networking terms. It's vital because the little circle that you see every day all the people you know really well they just know pretty much what you know and if you want to have career opportunities whether you're looking for client support a job you WanNa have a wide open network with lots of different kinds of people. Because that's how you're going to hear about the transient. You're going to hear about the jobs and you're gonNA hear about opportunities for all sorts abroad diverse network that's continued to expand and that gives you the opportunity to sink about a range of ideas and that you follow up with an read about. That's the way to build a really interesting career even tough times of. I'd like for you to look forward for me for a moment nine. No this is an unfair question. But I'm an ask it anyway. I don't see personally I don't see the workplace bean what it was six months ago or four months ago for a long time if ever but I mean is I think the way we look at work do work look careers has been changed forever. Do you feel that way? And if so what do you envision might be good tools for someone to have in that new environment? I do think it's changed forever and I think it's hard for us to know how it's going to evolve but from what I'm hearing and reading there already are openings in Areas. that Are you know? Obviously some of the tech areas but things like Construction Infrastructure Home Care like Plumbers Electricians Other kinds of health technologies are coming up. There are already the starts of New Job demand and I think the What we all have to do is figure out what our skills what do I like and then do some research to find out what are the jobs and they may be totally different jobs and you might have thought about a year ago or even three months ago there are gonna be jobs but it's gonNA mean being flexible and may be picking up some skills. Refining your skills getting some certifications. It may be trying something Kind of at a lower level in order to move over to a field that seems really interesting and finally if someone is at home and feeling stuck and thinking their career is going not place. Give me two things that they should do today or tomorrow to get going again. The first thing I think is to Reach out to other people and ask people. They know what they're thinking about a where the opportunities might be. Look for kind of positive people. That's something that you could do today you can. You can touch a few basis but the next thing I think is to look at your resume. Look at however your profile is and put it on link and put it on other sides. Find a way to polish the writing about you so that you can start using it as you pursue other opportunities and I on. I'm going to add a third and that's learn something new Whether that means taking courses online or are downloading a book car looking through websites to find something to was tips on improving your writing. Learning something new is always a good action. Step even if you don't know exactly where an old tasty Bevo has always. I learn as much as the audience may be more from these conversations and I really appreciate you. I always enjoy our time together. Tom Thank you today. We've been talking with Bob Jones about how you can strengthen your network in why so important. This podcast is produced by. Wb public media. Adam rich audio engineer on your guest host. Tom Hudson. Today's career tip is the people are born with the need to connect with other people we're inherently social and building. A strong network is all about people helping people. Thanks for joining us today. We help you come back soon..

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"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"This? Because she can remember all of the branches. Is that if you glance at this in the morning and somebody comes along and ask you to go to an offense and you don't really want to go but you remember that's branch you know what. I'm supposed to be aware of the branch I should go to this event so what I find. Is that just keeping track of what the branches are suddenly? You're doing your life in a different way. You remembering all the things that are important to you as you're building a new career so you're not giving yourself assignments for most of these at any one time. What you're finding a way to hold some goals and values in your consciousness and that's helping you to make choices throughout the day last theory. I WANNA talk about. It may be evident but I WANNA make sure that the people understand We've been using me as a hypothetical example. This is not just for old people going into retirement. You do this for young. People starting careers mid careers all through their professional lifetime correct. Yes I think this is actually a great way for people who are just starting out their career and they don't know what a career is. What they what they're interested right and so one of the things that helps you do is recognize that things that you don't think of them as being career because you think of early on you think you have a job and then you have your life. It takes a while to get a sense of how integrated they are so if somebody's kind of early in their professional life and you talk this through from them it helps them to recognize that all the peoples they meet are going to have a tremendous impact on the course of their career. So when they're thinking career relationship should be the map the way they take care of themselves whether it's getting enough sleep or whatever it is that's part of your career all of the things that are going to have some impact on your ability to be productive and and find meaning in your work that can go on your career map so it's a great way to help anybody including very new professionals shift their thinking and having a more inclusive view of what their careers on a more of a balance. Yes one thing right Aquino Ver- whatever that it's not your career isn't just the job you happen to have. It's a big picture and a mind. Map is a great show up pitcher. Okay Bev. Did IT You you You've came up to the challenge. And you describe my mapping with out of visual prompt adulation. I hope that some of our listeners are able to see with their minds what I see in my mind but I encourage them to look at some of the beautiful images online if they want a next step and learning how to do this. Thanks always birth. Thank you today. We've been talking with Career Counselor Executive Coach and author Beverly Jones about my mapping. And how the plan for an alternative career at retirement jazzed about work is produced by WBZ public media. Adam wretches are co producer. I'm your guest host. Tom Hats. Please subscribe to jazzed about work. You can do that at Apple. Podcast stitcher Google podcasts. Npr ONE NPR. Podcast directory you may also listen to past episodes at our website W. Dot org slash listen..

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"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"Hello everyone and welcome to this edition of jazzed about work. I'm Tom Hodson guest hosting today and talking with Beverly Jones. Bev is the usual hosted this podcast. But sometimes we like to turn the tables on her and get the benefit of her expertise. Bev also is the author of the Career Success Book. Think like an entrepreneur. Act like a CEO. This time we're continuing discussion started in the last episode about how to plan a portfolio career as an alternative to retirement. Today we talk about using my napping as a planning tool deb's last time we talked. I give you a challenge. And the challenge was next time that I got a chance to host your show and interview you. I was going to have you. Describe mind. Mapping which is a total visual experience in a way through audio. That people can understand it. Are you up for the challenge? I am up for the challenge although I think it is Sort of daunting of you presented with that challenge. Nevertheless we have a long history of challenging each other. And so I'm GonNa do my best. Okay let's start off for listeners. Talking what mine. Mapping really is concept because. Okay the this cynical part. Made the the the skeptic. We decided last time. I'm a skeptic not a setting the skeptic part of May Goes Okay. Mine mapping sounds like an astrological chart ad. I'm going to be looking at my Zodiac horoscope But you're me. That's not true. That's right now. I've used mine mapping myself for many many years and I found it very useful and I found it useful for clients but let me tell you that I am not a neuroscientist and I know that some of the things I've read about. Why mind mapping works have evolved over the years? And so I? I can't give you a guarantee that the science about mind mapping is clear yet but what is it basically people like you and me trained as lawyers and very linear thinkers linear thinkers to be deceived On through we try to put life an outline and that makes us even more Challenged when we're dealing with something messy like what to do with the rest of my life or I just took on this huge job and I don't understand it. All linear thinking from A to B to C one. Two three doesn't work very well. When you're trying to get your mind around something very complicated and what you want us to use the full power of your brain and one of the things. The brain is so great at is making connections between things that aren't in align that you've learned one thing and this part of your life and you have another experience another part of your life. The brain is able to make connections to look at things widely and some of it happens during your unconscious hours when you're sleeping. Your brain is still working on these things. So part of the science that proponents of mind mapping say is that this jumping around this looking at two things at once this using images to spark memory. That's how the brain works and mind. Mapping which is ancient it goes back for generations and centuries but the reason interest in mind mapping is partly because it relates more closely to how your brain works then. A very narrow linear the another part about it. That matters is that a picture really is worth a thousand words. We tend to remember images much more easily and clearly in some people are total visual learners. Absolutely and so if you take a if you make a diagram and then particularly if you use cartoons which I know you could do because if you're many things as being a cartoonist if you use images icons if you use colors arrows if you create a visually interesting map and you put a whole problem on one page with an image you can glance at that image and then when you feel of course you glance at the image again and in a second you can bring back the big picture prompt. It's calm for your Fremont. It's a way to help you remember that. This thing has eight parts and they're this you you can do it in an instant and instead of having to go through it and word so I think that's also very useful so help me out now and help our listeners up we've determined. It's not linear tes. Not A. B. C. And the other image. That comes to mind is diagramming a sentence back in the old days where we used to do that and divide all the parts of sentence. That's still was sort of LINEAR LINEAR. And we're what we're doing is looking at something. That's not a rigid structure. It's more flowing structure if you go back and look at kind of ancient Diagrams that were Like mind maps. They used to be tree. So you'd have a branch and then you'd have tree branches and then open up and so the trunk was the core. And then you'll see these branching side pieces with looking at all of the main part of the topic. But now when we're talking about mind mapping we normally mean something that looks more like a hub and spokes diagram so when the center of the diagram diagrams. Even a fancy word for it. It's really Kinda drawing of what you're trying to describe. But in the center of the page you put a a initial or a word icon. That represents the thing that you're going to diagram about when we talked last time we were talking about. Hypothetically if you were thinking about a post retirement career what would you do? And so we used just the initial tee in the center of Graham. What before we get to that. Let me just ask. Can I have in my life more than one mind map? Can I have a mind map for my work? And I used that broadly defined or and can I have a mind map for my personal life or are they all combined into one. You can have as many mind maps as you want. And they're they're it's a it's a useful technique and it's a way actually. I I find it a helpful way even taking notes. So let's say I'm working with a a new client or maybe I'm on a conference call and I have a group at the other end of the call and I'm asking questions and sort of leading the conversation at the end. I WANNA be able to summarize that this is where we are and this is what the the things that you might think about until next time rather than try to take notes of everything and then do an outline at the end or something like that what I might do as the conversation goes on because I'm on the phone with her head at my desk is I will do a map is. We're talking a labeled to sing. We're talking about and then I'll do different branches and And I'll kind of have it all done and so maybe we finish that topic or we finish the call. I I say let me just reiterate these are the things we focused on and these are the the the the five critical things we talk about. And I can just Talk through my diagram and you know to the people at the other side sometimes. It's the make a comment like I don't know how you kept track of all that. Well I just did it as they went along. That's that's very efficient way. So what you get the hang of this kind of note. Taking it can be really useful. You can use it. You can have mind maps okay. So good I'm not limited to just one so let's get back to my hypothetical. Hey if and when I would ever choose to retire Okay so we met this hub with got my icon. We've got a t in the middle for Tom. And so at this point my mind starts racing. I've had a multifaceted career. I've done a lot of different things from being a trial lawyer to be judged being a judicial educator to be a undergraduate educator to be in a journalism professor to be new journalism director to to doing podcasting And running wwl. Ub for a number of years. So so I've got all of these things and then I've got private interests of learning jazz piano from from scratch cartooning dealing with a Retro Furniture and design All of these things sort of our embodied in my brain yes and and I'm thinking that if I ever get to retirement I wanted to dabble in all of those things. I know one who had lemonade. Something necessarily exactly and so part of what you're trying to do is identify.

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No, the Corona Virus Did Not Sink Sales of Corona Beer

Business Wars Daily

04:00 min | 1 year ago

No, the Corona Virus Did Not Sink Sales of Corona Beer

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday march tenth. Wow It's been a long few weeks as anxiety's been mounting over this corona virus no surprise that the viruses hit many businesses especially those with global supply chains in companies that sell rely on travel. But there's one company hit hard because of branding. Yes you guessed it that would be corona the maker of beer and hard seltzer. It's sales slowed tremendously because many Americans. It seems are confused about the association between the beer and the virus. Oh Com on. They are not the last couple of weeks. Misleading story went viral. It implied that Americans are so dumb. That many of us believe the beer can cause the virus that message spread by a certain less than honest public relations firm seemed to indicate that sixteen percent of us are confused about the relationship between corona the beer and corona the disease. That's killing people. It also implied that Krona's beer sales had fallen because of the virus. The story was so convincing that many major news outlets picked it up including CNN. The New York Post and vice among others not surprisingly twitter went Gaga over this story. None of it's true. Let's talk for a minute about the difference between correlation and causation. Shall we correlation means? Two things are happening Ed once but may have little to do with each other causation. Means well okay you get it. This is key to what happened. So a firm called Five W. P. R. published a poll of more than seven hundred Americans. That poll asked questions about the corona virus and about corona the brand one of the findings. According to this firm. Thirty eight percent of those polled said they would not by corona beer under any circumstances now as a writer for the Atlantic noted the PR firm then went on to state without proof. The reason these respondents won't buy corona is because of the virus not so in fact many or even all of those thirty eight percent may not have been corona drinkers to begin with as was reported in the Atlantic. They might not by corona regardless. But that's not how the PR firm chose to sell it in fact that firm trumpeted the so-called finding saying who would want to go into a bar right now in order corona well in in fact corona sales have fallen. That's in part because sales of many beer brands are down in China at a time. When beer sales usually climb we're talking about the lunar brew year a New Year Abn Bev which distributes corona outside of the US forecast day ten percent decline in sales in China because people are staying home. That's according to the fact. Checking website slopes so that particular sales declined does appear to be a corona virus effect. Just not related to the name of corona beer. What got much less play as a statement from Constellation brands which distributes corona inside the US in America Constellation said. Sales grew five percent in the four weeks that ended February sixteenth. That's double the sales trend for the last year. Snoops reported constellation clearly felt it was necessary to correct the wild misconceptions in a press. Release the firm stated that its customers quoting here understand. There's no link between the virus in our business. Exactly giving constellation brands even more headaches. However was the unfortunate coincidence between its long planned on brand marketing campaign for hard seltzer and the growth of corona virus. Constellation is spending forty million dollars on a marketing campaign to launch. Its New Corona Hard Seltzer in North America according to industry publication food

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A sugar tax on drinks in Canada? Would it even work?

The Big Story

14:44 min | 2 years ago

A sugar tax on drinks in Canada? Would it even work?

"It's sold to us, and it's been sold to us a few times by now as a health issue, but it always goes beyond that, especially in the minds of the people who'd be paying it. The World Health Organization is urging global action to reduce the amount of sugary drinks being consumed around the world. This suggestion is the by implementing a twenty percent increase on the retail price of sugary beverages. It would result in a substantial decrease in the amount of sugar filled drinks people consume. There is currently a movement to foot among some liberal MP's to add a sugary soda tax to the party's platform for this fall's election. And we have some questions chief among them is this, even if we ignore all the arguments that come up as soon as sugar taxes, raised about personal responsibility about freedom of choice about small business owners in about who this would actually hurt would it even work. What would this tax be designed to achieve? And is there any research out there supporting this approach Canada after all is not the first country to consider, and even implement? Attacks on sugary sodas. So let's go into this with clear expectations and a barometer for success before we asked Canadians to pay more for a coke. Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, Natalie read acre is a researcher at the university of Manitoba, who has been studying a sugary soda tax. I would it work would Canadian support it. What are the costs and benefits? Hi, natalie. Thanks for having how often do does this kind of thing, come up. I mean it seems it seems like it's something we hear about somewhere else in the world fairly frequently. I'll it's coming up more and more. Frequently a number of countries have implemented a sugar sweetened beverage tax over the last, I would say five years, especially and then in two thousand sixteen the World Health Organization, formerly endore endorsed sugar sweetened beverage tax, and so that kind of put it back into the forefront of public health officials and that resulted in more countries implementing such attacks. So what does excessive sugar intake look? Like in Canada. What are we struggling with well sugar intake in Canada is a bit of a moving target. Because it's always changing and changing over time as, as all food, patterns, do sugar intake in Canada has increased probably from about the nineteen eighties up until the early two thousands with sugar sweetened beverages, contributing the most to free sugar intake in Canada. However, since about two thousand four intake of sugar, sweetened beverages, like pop or Kool aid, or Tang, those types of drinks, have decreased over the last ten years, but the most commonly consumed sugar sweetened beverage in Canada is actually sugar, sweetened coffee, real nets in crew that's increased since two thousand and four. So that also includes drinks like Frappuccino or rapid. Closed. Those types of drinks, so, like anything, not just food. I mean, there's fads, right? And in the past, and I mean, people still drink pop up that tended to be one of the biggest contributors to sugar intake in Canada. So what would a sugar tax actually do in Canada? What would it look like? And I guess just based on the research you're doing what, what would that look like? Well, we don't really know what it would look like. And that's part of what my research is about because there are a lot of questions that are unanswered and kind of complexities around that. So one is I already talked about the different types of drinks. So some of my research is looking at what have other countries done in terms of which drinks are included in sugar sweetened beverage taxation, because there are so many drinks. Pacino's. I can't I can't. Well, that's an that's an important question. And the countries that have implemented that, you know, there's quite a bit of variation in whether or not Frappuccino are included. And what type of Frappuccino is because there are Frappuccino that are bottled and sold in grocery stores. There are also Frappuccino that are made on site where the sugar is added at the point of purchase, and then it becomes administratively difficult to decide, you know, what, what gets taxed in whether or not we added after, and how does that contribute, or like, look, according to what we're drinking overtime because anytime we're talking about public health policy were interested in population level effect. So who is it affecting? And if we don't include Frappuccino, or some Frappuccino is, you know, is that the majority of the drinks people are drinking now. So that's one aspect of what would it look like in Canada? What kinds of drinks, and if we don't. Don't include certain drinks. What does that mean for for different groups? I'm in, in the other question that I have is related more. So to the taxation aspect of it in terms of, you know, different jurisdictions have different laws like, whether this is a provincial tax federal tax, what could, or would that look like for first nations reserves, which are different jurisdictions, and how would that influence the purchasing environment related to sugary drinks? So that's another important question. And then the other question is about tax revenue, would that look like do we idea from places that have already implemented attacks like this? What kind of deterrent at has on the actual purchase and consumption of these drinks? Yes, there's been quite a bit of research. I would say while a growing amount and generally. So, for example, Mexico. They've seen an overall decrease in sugar sweetened Bev. Bridge purchases. But there's also been an increase in purchasing other nontaxed beverages. So it, it becomes really hard to assess what's really happening in what you're measuring is that what we should be measuring on. So one of the other places at a introduced the tax is Philadelphia, but one of the issues with implementing it in a municipality or a smaller geographic area is the Leif seen sales of sugary drinks decrease in Philadelphia. They've increased right outside the city. So what is the net game or net benefit? I don't we don't really know because it's so complicated. And then what is the other question is the revenue, you know, what else is happening to change intake like so, for example, in Mexico as a country that country had one of the highest intakes of sugary drinks? So there was probably only one way for it to go, which is down and in Canada. Our intake also. On down, but we didn't have tax. Is that just a result of kind of more awareness, more health marketing, I think so I mean in the research I've done so far, most people have heard that sugar is not great for their health. It's not a surprise to most people. They're they're quite aware. So I think that, that has contributed quite a bit probably to the decrease in consumption among certain groups, particularly the more higher educated, people have reduced their consumption in the response, either from people who kind of participate, or just from people, you end up discussing this with our people, generally for or against sugar tax because I'm fascinated by the reaction. Oh, I think I've heard everything what I say. Most people are supportive or unsupportive, I'd say it's pretty divided for a lot of different reasons. And generally, I'm pretty if people are just talking to me. I'm pretty neutral built my own feelings. So I think people are being honest. But yeah, there's, there's a mix there support, there's anger and everything in between. How similar would this be to the taxing? We do of tobacco. And do we have research that, that puts sugar kind of, in those categories or even a system like that already in place that we could use? That's a great question. A lot of people who support the sugar sweetened beverage tax have compared it to tobacco because there's a lot of the same kind of dynamics with industry and then you know, the tactics right, the tactic is the same taxing. I think there are a lot of lessons, we have learned from tobacco, which we should think about. And I mean, there are a lot of other policies that have targeted tobacco that are not taxation that contributed to changes in smoking rates. But then also how he'd be tobacco? So, yeah. Yeah. I think there's a lot to learn not just the success. So in, in the success is usually attributed to the decrease in smoking, we've seen over the last number of decades. But we also still see quite a number of people who smoke and yeah, so I, yeah, I think there's a lot to learn. Sort of the huge spectrum of responses both in support or against something like this, and given given our current political climate in which every party tends to be either for something or totally against it. Do you think there's any traction here, politically for this kind of tax? I think right now there's probably not a lot of traction discussion kind of heated up about this sugar sweetened beverage tax when the liberals, I came into government, and they were developing their healthy eating strategy, and it was considered, and then the government ended up deciding to go with different policies. So, for example, we got the new candidates food guide. They opt investments to nutrition, north Canada. And then there's also going to be a, a food marketing ban targeting children. So there won't be any marketing of unhealthy foods towards children, and that's going to be coming out in the next two years, or so, I think a lot of the discussion in the future will depend on how the next. Election goes because. Yeah, I think depending on which party gets in power that could shape whether or not this gets on the, the and then the other thing is probably the carbon tax, you know, just put in this carbon tax. So does another part does the party wanna put in another one. Here's a question without getting into because I know the freedom of choice libertarian angle of this is really an issue because people want to be able to choose what they buy and consume putting that aside would implementing attacks like this hurt. Anyone would there be anybody who would lobby against it from a business or health point of view? Well, there's already been lobbyists lobbying against it. Obviously, the big ones the beverage association and also small businesses, and I'm particularly interested in how this might affect low income groups people who are food, insecure or who struggle to afford food. Food tend to be higher consumers of sugary drinks. So I think when we're considering raising the price of a drink disproportionately consumed by people who can't afford food. That's an important ethical question. This is what we started to see now with tobacco, as you know, you're hurting, our punishing people for you know engaging in these behaviors. But there's not a lot of support for alternatives or, or in the case of smoking, smoking cessation programs or you know, in case of food, we haven't really done much to reduce food insecurity. You feel like we'll have a handle on the costs and benefits of this over the next couple of years, because, like I mentioned at the beginning, you know, this is an issue that sort of seems to pop up every year or two, and it would it would be lovely if we could figure out whether or not, this is a way forward for us, or we just have to stop proposing me, personally. Well, I think we need to kind of go back to what is the. The problem. And because this is a public health policy in my expertise, public health. I'm not convinced yet of what, what the problem is like to me, an and I'm interested in health equity. I don't see this policy necessarily promoting health equity or fairness. I mean we see the highest rates of type two diabetes, cardiovascular disease among low socio economic groups, lower income, lower education. And what we've seen with tobacco is the those are the same groups that continue to have the highest prevalence of smoking. So I, I don't see how that has could reduce inequalities I. Yeah. I think we need to get a handle on yet. What is the problem? I mean, are we going to reduce obesity nowhere? That's implemented this policy have we seen a reduction in obesity, which was theoretically, the main aim of this policy. Now. Yes. That now that would be the goal. We've Vilnai's food for a long time. That's been our ammo in nutrition, you know, meat eggs, don't eat saturated fat or any fat. And now we've just kind of villain is the next food hasn't made us healthier. I mean, people usually take up that knowledge in change what they eat. I don't see it necessarily changing a whole lot on the health front of populations. And I think I'm very interested in socially, how the tax might impact people because it's positioned as an obesity, reduction strategy in, we have a lot of weight stigma in Canada. And in high income countries where we shame and blame people for their weight. And this kind of just continues that same narrative. And I don't know that at the population level. That's all that help. Awful because there's been more and more research showing people can't lose weight. It's just almost impossible. So these are some tough questions, we need to wrestle with. We need to keep making people feel bad for the food that they eat.

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"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

Jazzed About Work

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"bev" Discussed on Jazzed About Work

"We'll be back with Bev after this. Brief message. Ready to advance your career while accommodating, your busy, schedule central Ohio's only executive master of public administration program for working professionals can help you it's conducted by the Ohio University Voinovich school of leadership and public affairs at the new Ojo Dublin, center campus, it's affordable and meets just three weekends per semester. No GRE is required for admission. For more information. Visit O E M P, A dot Ohio dot EDU. Now, let me let me give you a situation where I assess somebody's brand of leadership and their professional brand. And I see this is a high priority. When someone comes to me with a problem Dave assess the problem, and they have proposed solutions. Here's the problem. And here's A B and C as options to solve the problem that person just skyrockets to the top of somebody who I think has positive leadership and positive brand. 'cause they have the confidence to bring all of this to me what I don't want is somebody who just points out problems to me and has no solutions. I generally concede problem. Tmz it's not that easy to come up with solutions. You seem trying I do. And I think we're getting at something that often relates to confidence that part of people who have an idea the kind of professional. They wanna be. May be able to articulate it to themselves and wish that they could be like that. But they don't have the confidence to act like that. And I think the way you get confidence around something is to act, even if it's in small ways, if you're wanna be more able to mix with your colleagues at work to make small talk it before meetings and things like that. But you don't have confidence that you're going to be heard that people are going to have anything to say, you you practice and you get over war about failure. Because you're just practicing the steps so that you can engage in a learning process. And you know, it's a process. So anytime you learn something if you're learning to play. The piano. The first notes aren't going to be very good. And it's the same with any kind of leadership skills. So let's say you're this person who wants to be more, polished and conversing at work, but you practice and you practice in little tiny way. So the failures aren't book big. You you practice with the barista's you practice with your next door. Neighbor, you practice with somebody coming out of church wherever you see people you make a little effort. And if you think oh sounded so dumb. You just get over it because it's a learning process. So you build your confidence by taking small steps in the direction you wanna go. And if it doesn't work out. Well, you say well that's another practice step. And you you just allow yourself to keep going. So your your confidence grows with your action? It's very hard to have confidence in abstract. You get confidence by maybe falling down and getting up, and you just created. Enough small opportunities for you to practice that that you develop a strong sense that no matter what happens if I do fall down. I can get up. And that's what been confident looks like before we leave this area. I've got I've got one more observation that as I see somebody who always wants to learn is generally someone who is comfortable outside of their comfort zone. Somebody who wants to push themselves challenge themselves take on new problems. And instead of say, no, I can't do that. Well, I'm not expert in that. But I really wanna learn about that give me a chance. So I see those two things combining I think you're exactly right and. It's something that I think we we need to manage ourselves as we get older. And even as we get more expert, it feels good to be an expert. I mean, remember when you were a judge in a courtroom, and you were the expert you were the boss that feels very good, and and lawyers. I when I was a young lawyer. And I started to feel like a new what I was talking about that felt very good. And so for many of us if we have a career where we're experts we start to think, oh, I don't wanna make a fool of myself. I don't want to like talk about this things. I don't want to venture off in this new direction, and we may want to learn, but we're afraid to take the risk of looking foolish. So as we mature in one field, I think the trick for career longevity and career enjoyment is that we force ourselves. Shelves even if we don't want to to to keep trying new things sometimes we just don't feel like getting into say technology because we think, you know, it's these other younger people, they know it intuitively, it seems so hard, but we we keep growing, and we keep learning because we push ourselves to get started. Then the excitement kicks in and we develop expertise in. It's time to push yourself in another direction. Am I know this isn't age base? But I really get tired of hearing buddy, somebody say, well, we did this this way twenty years ago, or you know, we can't do that. Because we tried this ten years ago. I don't wanna hear that. I wanna hear what's today and what's tomorrow? And and what new things we we can do I think people sometimes really put a negative. Tone on their brand by not being willing to take that step. And that's the kind of habit that you can become more aware of. If you ask somebody trust to give feedback that the Tennessee to talk about the good old days tendency to talk about the past the tendency to complain about the same old things those are all had said undercut your brand. And it's easy to slip into that for some people. So being willing to ask somebody who trust to notice when you're doing things like that is a way to change how you come across and polisher brand. So that you can have a light shining on the really good ad just stop undercutting, your brand by having kind of habitual speaking patterns or phrases or topics that are. More negative

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With Americans Drinking Less, Booze Makers Seek Alternatives

WSJ What's News

04:45 min | 2 years ago

With Americans Drinking Less, Booze Makers Seek Alternatives

"Jennifer, I think some Americans might be skeptical about some of the numbers here, but they are showing a decline, especially when it comes to beer one and spirits were picking up for a while. But sales growth there has slowed to. So how serious is the situation in the US for brewers liquor companies? They're definitely taking steps to address this trend. Actually, there's very few trends in these numbers. But overall new data show that US alcohol volumes fell zero point percent last year and that steeper than zero point seven percent. Decline in twenty seventeen and unpacking that a bit beer was the worst hit beer volumes were down one point five percent in two thousand eighteen compared with a one point one percent decline in two thousand seventeen so brewers are taking this very seriously and taking a vase of. Maneuvers as it were. So what's happening here? The Wall Street Journal has been covering shifts in consumer tastes for food and drinks for Weil. What is going on when it comes to alcohol consumption? There are few things going on. I a lot of folks are drinking less, but better that means that they are trading up to maybe a pricier option. Let's say they're drinking a couple of craft beers instead of a six pack of, but there's also a trend away from beer toward one and spirits. And then overall people are drinking less alcohol that means that there is sort of a health and wellness a trend at foot. It also just means that people are especially younger millennials. But I think it actually does play cross several generations. They're looking at what they're putting in their bodies are being more selective about it looking at ingredients. And that means that overall they might be consuming sort of less of a volume and maybe a few. Pricier maybe more natural ingredient sort of focused beverages. Are we seeing the same trends overseas? Or is this more play in the United States? It's definitely happening in other markets. Although in the US, it's perhaps more pronounced the health and wellness trend. We're seeing across the board and the premiums -ation trend. Also in developed markets is quite common. Now, it's been playing for a few years and a lot of alcohol companies with their spirits or beer brewers have been coming out with higher end products. You know, this shift from American loggers toward craft beers. And the same is true. If you look at vodka or tequila or whiskey on and on and on the big companies are positioning their brands and developing new brands to sort of play into where consumers are headed. What else are beer and wine makers doing to stay ahead of the trends? Here will turn it was are they looking at so because in some. Cases, people are just drinking less. There are a number of beer and spirits companies. That are rolling out low end, no alcohol products. You got a bunch of zero point zero beers. That are either available here or will be soon. You've got you know, anti-bush imbed the world's largest brewer saying that their new quote beyond beer. I unit is a big focus of theirs in they're acquiring an energy drink company, and they're bottling ice tea. They're launching a seltzer. You've also got beer companies that are branching way. Beyond beer. They're cooking up coconut water, come boo. Shop much T. So we see a lot of branching out and a lot of experiments in areas where consumers have shown interest in whether it's the health and wellness space just sort of lower alcohol space and also something we've been reporting on a lot late. Brewers seem to be investing more in cannabis infused drinks, partnering up with startups and producers, for example, pets right so cannabis is I think one of the most interesting developments in the beverage industry of late and big beer companies in the US are either thinking about it or talking about it or investing in cannabis the biggest deal so far has been constellation brands, which is company that imports corona and Modell in the US and they invested four billion dollars last year a Canadian cannabis company, and that was followed by a JV announced by most in cores. They're developing cannabis beverages and ABM Bev is now researching cannabis beverages all of these sort of in partnership with different Canadian companies, but the idea is that consumers are going to have new options as these cannabis markets opened up in Canada and potentially in the US and other.

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"bev" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bev" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Car minerals. Oh, never too much. Never too much. Never twenty beds. Bev's never too many bev's on her phone. I'm I'm looking at our guest today, isn't you beautiful to the? Lovey ajay. She's incredible. She was such a blast and such an inspiration. I love her Instagram. It's the shit. It's award winning author speaker and digital strategist. She's funny. You know, she kinda lives at that intersection. She's like funny. She's smart. She's an activist which I think is just such a sweet spot for people because I think it's easy because like a lot of these issues are so emotional that you can kind of like be too far to the right to far to the left, whatever. So she really finds that middle ground. So that she can reach as many people as possible and her book, I'm judging you the day, the do better manual is. It was an instant near times bestseller for really good reason. It's honest, it's like just kind of in your face in a way that you're like any to your that. Yeah. All about like pop culture, how we're so focused on social media. And it really is like a breakdown that makes. You think critically about your life? Makes you think critically about the world today, and like a really fun light easy today jest way. And I just I love her. I think she is such an inspiration. Whenever I find people like that that just are unafraid to be themselves and to speak their truth. But can do it in a way that is light and doesn't feel negative or condescending is just like such a beautiful thing. So we are so excited to have her on the podcast, and she also has her own podcast rans and randomness. So she's like ranting and raving about just anything in this crazy life. It's a really interesting perspective. So check that out what the plane five it's the government literally also over Winfrey's inaugural super soul hundred less. So, you know, casual Joel same.

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Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears quick thoughts

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears quick thoughts

"Next up lions bears. It ain't Trubisky. Chicago's defense is number one in the NFC. Okay. Number four in the NFL. They're number one in turnover differential. Listen, it's a little like Dak wins last night and everybody freaks out. They had the running game and the defense, and they had the lead bottom line in Chicago. Matt Nagy is the less well-known version of the ram Sean McVay McVeigh's got stars offensively left tackle running back quarterback receiver. What the bears are doing right now with Mitch Trubisky to me, it's the story of the year. I talked to people inside the NFL year ago that thought maybe the kid was a bust Trubisky. This year twenty two DS seven picks and a quarterback rating over one on one. I don't think it's him though. Next up bills jets. Bowls fired yet. The jets have lost four straight Sam darnold left. It wasn't Sam darnold. Josh mccown came in and he was awful quarterback rating thirty nine listen, the parking lot got empty by halftime the team quit. You gotta remember Buffalo's fourth quarterback this year. Matt Barkley came in and dropped a forty burger on them. This was about effort again, I feel bad for Todd Bowles and Steve Wilton Arizona, but these young defensive coordinators feel like flip phones and twenty eighteen they and the GM should go with Bev. No offensive players left tackle need, a new one, right? Tackle need a new one center. Average running backs below average tight end. Good should be third tight end wide. Receivers a bunch of dudes just guys. Next up falcons Browns. Woke up dangerous. Listen, it was a perfect setting for a rookie quarterback played with the lead against the bad defense. The running game was humming for Cleveland and Baker Mayfield. Who's got a lot of swagger only. Add to throw the ball twenty times tied for the least in the NFL. Never forget when Big Ben came into the NFL. Remember that first year? Big bend didn't fill the football member. Philip rivers. I here in San Diego. Didn't tell the football. He attempts seventeen throws. This has how you manage a rookie quarterback Duke Johnson. And Nick chop are tremendously talented running backs. They got a lead that defense is the real deal. They had very few third downs. They didn't ask a ton. And they asked him to be accurate this play right now, you're watching was his best of the day. But after the game he was all fired up. When I woke up this morning. I was feeling pretty dangerous. He is good behind the mic. A next up cardinals chiefs. Lights camera action. Join I disagree on this too. I understand celebrating. I get it. The NFL wants free social media buzz. I totally get that. But at some point second quarter ask Andy Reid if he loved this. That's a fifteen yard penalty have to have rules mine. Knock on celebrating is ultimately it will become taunting or penalties. So how about a new rule? You can celebrate all you want inside the end zone. That's already a roll. Well, he got he got. Well, I mean, they're not going to the penalty for the lambo leap, but he got penalized because he used the prop.

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"bev" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bev" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"That one phone call I had with you for ten minutes once you know, six months ago and I'm like, you know, and, and it's every time that happens to me. Personally, I start to question if I'm, you know the impostor syndrome kicks in and I'm like, oh my God, they're so right because I think in part because I would never have it would never dawn on me to do something like that too. Another part, like I, I would never. It would never dawn on me that I deserve something of someone else's. We're so insanely agreed GIS even so I could never imagine a world where I would go up to someone for helping them with something and be like I deserve like cash money essentially. For this, I'm just not my makeup, but is the way of a lot of people. And so just to know that, you know, especially when you started getting to the management stuff and you feel like your whole job is conversations and like one of my actually doing and blah, blah, blah to just remember that you're, you're building stuff, you know, and, and you don't have to. You don't have to give that to anybody. Yeah, you know, they don't. Nobody's earned until until you've decided they've earned it and then and then you give, you know, and then you give with warm and glowing heart. Right? And you're so excited about it, but. Yeah, I've had that happen a lot, and that's one of the things that I would definitely say, make sure that you know you're worth. I love up working our sweet honeys by Bev. Thanks, thanks ladies on my helpful. Oh, yeah. Oh, where can are sweet Honey by. Like, what is she saying? America over here. You can buy drink dot com..

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Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

"So this morning. Rick Pitino was on with. With my buddy, Tony Cruz and Kentucky NS morning news. And one of the questions that Tony Cruz asked was about the book and the book coach Pitino calls it caused governor. Matt Bevin a religious zealot. I guess I am too. Then. Why what makes you a religious sell it because I believe in God and go to church. Yeah. Yeah. I that was clearly in the book, that's clearly a swipe at governor Bevin personally. And I guess that's because Patino feels personally affronted, but you know, this whole thing that the book is hilarious. It's Well, I I haven't read it yet. But I it's hilarious concept that this guy who wrote books previously about how much he micromanaged his program in new every little thing that was going on. And he has two major scandals, and suddenly he doesn't

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SoftBank's Son remakes his inner circle with three newcomers

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:07 min | 3 years ago

SoftBank's Son remakes his inner circle with three newcomers

"And it's nine thirty in the morning here in hong kong i'm bryan curtis and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york so we've got action underway now in hong kong where the hang sang is higher by three tenths of one percents shanghai composite though remaining bit on the back foot here we're down about two tenths of one percent after falling three point eight percent in the prior session other markets trading mixed we'll take a closer look coming up right now this hour's top business stories yeah we did get quite a lot weaker fix from the c at six point four five eight six versus the dollar versus six forty two thirty five so we'll keep an eye and see how much that weekend's right now we've got the offshore at six forty seven o eight let's get to some of these top stories starbucks shares down nearly two percent in late trading the coffee chain saying it expects global same store sales to rise just one percent this quarter that's way less than a two point nine percent that analysts were looking for in the meantime bloomberg intelligence says the rising trade tensions between the us and china may way on starbucks ambitious plans in that country and starbucks was not alone we had oracle slipping more than three percent in late us trading the software giant is forecasting profit for the current quarter well below what the street was forecasting it may be a sign that oracle is struggling to pivot to cloud computing soft bank's top executive is remaking his inner circle we have the story with bloomberg's rainy asensio founder masayoshi sun is elevating to execs and one outsider the board is set to approve marcello clarify rajiv mizra in katsunori saga as executive vice president this is the biggest overhaul in soft bank's top management since song brought in google execs in twenty fourteen tick off the telecom giants transformation into a strategic holdings company sawn has not named a successor but his previously said he plans to retire in sixties he turned sixty one this august rainy in incensio asia and the last remaining original member of the dow jones industrial average is kinda getting kicked out this would be general electric the is being replaced by walgreens boots ge was part of the average back in eighteen ninety six along with companies like distilling and cattle feeding national lead and us rubber it briefly left the index but it has been continuously there since about nineteen o seven last year if you're wondering ge's stock was down forty seven percent while the dow in terms of the industrial average was up about twenty five percent where thirtythree past the hour let's get you caught up on early trading in the asian session particularly were hong kong is concerned the hang sang is now higher by four tenths of one percents shanghai composite though down about three tenths of one percent we're looking at the onshore chinese currency at six forty six sixty five with a gain of about three tenths of one percent against the dollar offshore were trading six forty seven thirty six so we're seeing a strengthening in the offshore you want after some weakness that had us at six forty eight handle earlier the end kind of holding steady bev we had a big move to the strong side in the new york session right now we're trading one ten zero three in dollar yen the nikkei is down about two tenths of one percent a lot of what i will describe as risk off in markets during the us session the haven trade benefited treasuries in terms of lower yields we had tenure to eighty nine in late us trading and that's where we find ourselves right now in the tokyo session the two year at two fifty four so we're continuing to see about thirty five basis points in that two to ten year spread we've got an opec meeting this week in vienna and some debate as to whether or not there is going to be kind of a concerted effort to reduce output there has been conflicting signals on that front wti in the new york session was down one point two percent right now in the electron accession are higher by about four tenths of one percent at sixty five thirty in seoul the kospi is ahead six tenths of one percent korean won against.

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"bev" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bev" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Came alive doors were slamming the garage door was opening and closing and he says that it's never worked properly since then or shortly thereafter it stopped working properly the tv itself was turning off i think yeah turn itself off and this time he added the detail that she had been smoking pot yes seems key doesn't relevant perhaps you know he said she smokes all the time and i asked her did you get new strain or something that she's at no no let's just my usual thing you know nothing out of the ordinary here you know i'm not hallucinating and apparently she left right after that so she's not a very good how sitter and so we don't recommend bev for watching your house he also said again you know she's not some believer she's a skeptic any said at most she spiritual she believes in good vibes then he returned a week later and he didn't see anything awry really it's like the house pretty much looks normal but bev came back to visit at one point and she just wouldn't even go in and i guess he spent a little too much time in the house while she was trying to get going and so she ran in and grabbed him and was like we gotta go gotta go we shouldn't be in this house there's something here there's bad vibes i don't know if she's feeling that from outside while she was waiting for him and that's why she came into grab him i think it was like he was taking too long so she ran into a much wanna stay in there.

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"bev" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"bev" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It dan bev very best your whole family a dream you guys like on on your kids who turned out to regain users as well thanks jack stay there i'll talk to you author hiccups a cbs special report cbs news special reports president trump today called for unity after the las vegas shootings calling the tragedy an act of pure evil cbs' major garrett at the white house you could hear sarah huckabee sanders choking off his she was talking about this tragedy also referencing three or four storeys the white house was able to stitched gather about individual some of them first responders some of them off duty police officer some of them ordinary citizens giving up their lives to protect on shield others during the horror of the gun fire also in washington the husband wounded former congresswoman gabrielle gifford spoke forcefully about the shooting smart county said by fellow americans we don't have to accept this as normal it's not normal it's not inevitable it's an epidemic that needs to be cure officials continue to raise the casualty numbers fifty nine people dead 527 hurt cbs news special report i thought with thursday night football with free two it's gene the splits freshman state don't miss the iceland so pass battling twenty three my thirsty seat yes nfl amazon do you have a case of oman days as i just need at me wait on cbs is just what the doctor ordered i'm about to show you something that i haven't shown to all you want a paycheck said i saw thought everybody would enjoy a little crew guy it's it's critical frenchlanguage police are here take me away number one comedy i just heard the information given me a second to celebrate ted waitt.

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"bev" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"bev" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And you know what early bev norwood arrived with your data well you know the thing is to that's that work ethic you learn you know grown up on a farm that you'll okay it's a family everybody's gotta do this stuff you know everybody's got to contribute so so here ill milk the cows recode you're like you say drive the combine your or do whatever everybody's gotta do what they can do and wind that become a bad thing earlier white you get them red eye have a better off yard quicker great future of wanted to work with all them folk you're you know what your job when you're in all we got to get out of there earlier to recoup armament remarked the house everything good of up in the morning before right now thanks to economy it right it's it's it's hard work i i get that and it's not necessarily for everybody let but this idea that she inuit we can't have we can't have kids cutting lawns or delivering news the guy worked for the new york times what about kids nets the first job a lotta time joe delivering newspapers is that the same thing all their out on the mean streets whatever i mean come on shown and colgate john on 620 wtmj good morning the morning air inter prior therapy a show thank you or rent for donald trump or no i'm so tired of hearing him bad mark hager corner i have our own little 11yearold found he got to figure out what their burt crowded graf bernie sentiment the other day or now i five hundred dollars in a by gore hurry you cannell arlene it and i am so happy that might his third foul work work after fairer the and out there all antirebel were in or a around late winner john i gotta sapta got i gotta ask you to year 11yearold grandson works he cuts lawns and he's got over five hundred dollars in the bank i mean but the don't you don't you care about child labour and minimum wage an occupational safety and all those things right i'm really worried about no it's just not and thanked the t that this is the clueless nece in the.

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"bev" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"bev" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Isn't she more well known for being abused by her demonic free khin boyfriend i don't gateways is only thing what saying what is seen that they allow in this movie bev is about to close a deal with some company and like she says you close it with her boyfriend who is our partner and business partner as well and then like they're sleeping everyone keeps getting calls from mike mike hanlan who is the dad on sister sister and others who is a data and sister sister he was venus flytrap on w k r p in cincinnati derailed fucking sitcom that's more like it and he chris you wanna take it he goes to the the the fridge get another bottle of champagne yo he's gone doubles he come out i want sunny de purple staffer champagne they just sealed some deal with these japanese businessman as the idea sure and he like you saw the ceilings of this in the scene where he's like you know your hair this way and don't you touch it he doesn't allow her to take a phone call so she's packing up her bags chunkit home because there's a monster killed in children in her hometown sure and he's like no you're not and like they start getting into it and he just gives her at open up and he just it's five across the eyes man is deliveries come on where you in this movie and we've already sooner get abused as a kid or maybe we will within 15 minutes like this the two genes that we see if this woman getting abused by somebody as well and i'm she says something about like you know oh i found someone who's exactly my father who that dude is like a fifty year old hairy demanders and looking guy pretty great.

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