20 Burst results for "Babson"

"babson" Discussed on Parenting for the Future

Parenting for the Future

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"babson" Discussed on Parenting for the Future

"They're fantastic. You know, and they really represent that diversity that they're looking for. So about a good 60 to 65% of our students are of color. So that's yeah, I think it's a really powerful. That story has never changed since our inception. You know, I think what's also really powerful is that the students are now able to come together from across the country. So, you know, in our day, right, when we were growing up, first off, we went out of high school and we did not have a network at all. Right. Right? Yeah. And then even if we were learning in the classroom, we were learning only in the classroom with the people who maybe looked like us from the same neighborhood. When they're in our class, they're in a class with students from across the country and probably across the globe. That's really impactful. And so they're learning about the experiences through the ventures and the stories of their classmates. You just touched on on one way that you work with your sponsors in terms of involving their employees in your work. How does that happen? What kinds of things would employ might employees do with girls with impact, if they're employer was the sponsor or corporate sponsor? Yeah, so once the girls go through the ten week business academy, which is taught by paid MBA instructors, then we want to match them with mentors. And that's one place where we give priority to our corporate sponsors. Okay. So, you know, again, using U.S. bank as an example, a lot of their employees are paired with our girls and mentoring them. The other place in J&J is doing this is their employees are becoming ambassadors into the community to recruit those low income girls. Into the program who are going into it for free. We love employees doing that. They could be social media ambassadors for us. They might speak, you know, a leader could speak at one of our graduations, which are now national and virtual, or they could record a video a leader like a day in the life of a leader video that we make available to our young people. So they have really nice role models and can hear advice and insights from them. So what are some of the things girls have gone on to do since they've completed the program? We have a girl who graduated and this is probably maybe the tenth girl who got accepted to babson. So babson is the nation's number one entrepreneurship college. Babson, Howard Bentley and a couple other universities. And she's on a huge scholarship. That story has happened repeatedly. And the reason is that, and she didn't even launch her venture, her girls would impact venture. And that's also been the case. So even if they don't bring it to life, we still want them to stay network with us, by the way. The fact that they have this experience and created a business plan it sets them apart. Some of them are they're starting real businesses. I mean, just to give you a feel about 40 to 50% of the ventures have a stem focus. Okay. You know, one of the girls her venture was kind of like a GPS sticker. So you could put this sticker on anything from, you know, a cup to, you know, maybe some jewelry and you know, if you lost and you'd be able to find it, but the bad sticker makes it a little bit easier, right?.

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"babson" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"babson" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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RIP Business Suit?

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:10 min | 1 year ago

RIP Business Suit?

"Tina Ob is a professor of management at Babson College and she says, a lot of students will come to her. You know before they're interviewed for the first internships or first jobs and they will ask like Bush should I wear this job. So she thinks about the question of like how professional and professional norms a lot when I asked most people what is the most big symbol of the business world and visit professionalism almost everyone says the business eventually and Tina started thinking about why in about where these norms come from also she herself had a special relationship with the business suit because before she was in academia Tina worked in banking and I absolutely were businesses because We think about the prototype of a banker is that you have a tailored suits white man play golf. I'm a black woman doesn't play golf. So I had to get the soup right and they was. I mean I had the best. They were beautiful suits and they were tailored. It was by putting on a crown almost I felt special I. Felt you don't have on my uniform. This is my beautifully tailored uniform and people perceive me differently. So now Tina works in academia and she loves researching things and so all of this got her thinking like wait why is the business suit? The thing that we all wear to work like what about kilts or row observe why not something else so she started tracing the business suit back through time all the way back to its origins in the sixteen hundreds it turns out we have Charles the second to thank for the suit he was the. King, of England four hundred years ago. Yes and at the time when he became king, the fashion in the royal courts was like very very over the top men were these huge poofy wigs and they had these big sleeves on their clothes and crazy colors because di was very expensive. So it was a sign you were wealthy men wore high heeled shoes but all of his over the top nece in the royal courts it was it was starting to cause some problems for Charles getting all this criticism from religious and economic leaders who were saying that the royal family there were morally Herat's overly decorated, and so he was looking for a way to try to. Present himself and As more restraints, the sewage back then were made from wool instead of silk, and even though the colors were still kind of like Easter and colors just all over the place. This was still super restrained at the time and it starts getting even more strain. So details on the codes when Charles the second I started wearing, them were quite long but they got shorter and shorter and shorter and eventually the. Colors that people in suits became more muted product. We see today or at least what we used to see I, mean I actually can't remember the last time I saw someone in a suit, and you know says, she can't remember the last time. She wore one I have on a workout Sir Yoga pants but you know what typically going to work I wouldn't have the song. Oh, it's the same for me talk. It's so nice, oh. Yeah. I can actually there's been a lot of talk on social media and in all of these articles think pieces about how much people have been loving dressing down Lali living that yoga pants life right and it's not like working from home is going away. I. Mean millions of offices are closed through the rest of the year and beyond and. Even for people who do go back to the office, the setups probably going to be pretty different probably fewer people some partitions, maybe less reason to suit up there. Also Tina says that now the people have tasted this yoga pants life going back is going to be hard. There's something to say about the sigh of relief the collective sigh of relief I think the world. That tells you that there was labor associated with getting dressed in a professional way. Tina says for now she is advising her students to still put in that Labor for job interviews in banking and consulting jobs, or at least take care of the top part that people are GonNa zoom suit jacket suit jacket. Exactly and you know the suit has survived four hundred years of change electricity, the combustion engine, the Internet two world wars the suit has survived. All of that is working from home really going to be the thing that takes it down death by Yoga. Pants, seriously towards yoga pants that killed the I'm on. I like the idea of the suit as King Kong. But you know I don't know Cardiff because the business has been around as you say for a very long time for four hundred years I mean. Things change and maybe this is the business suits swansong like maybe it's time for us to start wearing other kinds of close. WE'RE NOT GONNA be wearing suits forever right drew I put this all to Tina and she said, you know if you want to know the fate of the suit right now, you've got to talk to people who work in fashion right look at fashion person at twin watcher about what we're seeing from shoppers and what designers are

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"babson" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

"We incorporated within the treatment session and that manual therapy range. A lot of it was based on what individual complaints were. Or what the patient presentation line so included talk tissue mobilization joint when appropriate drastic manipulation for a couple of them were good candidates and then with the goal of working from pain reduction and then also in improving mobility. We know from the research that middlebury returns to be transient in nature. But we know that it can temporarily reduce pain. Perception and with had the end goal of improving range of motion and then improving exercise tolerance. So that maybe we could get them working at a higher intensity and so each of these individuals are brought through the manual therapy and then addition to typical treatment. Thing is really interesting about this group. And i didn't realize it until i was collecting data. Is it all had had some levels. Final surgery three of the four had a few of some kind and then the other had had to lamb anatomy and so that was interesting. Just side note and i think very common for people that we see with pedia to have had some level of babson fears some kind of something that tennessee a good bit of. I don't realize like the level of frequent being started chart reviewing everyone but so these individuals went through the typical plan of care as they move through as a painter's tapered off so whereas the initial intervention might have been geared toward team doctor. And then maybe joint mobilization improving typically final expansion in rotation and then at the end of the discharge. There's no manual here kevin. So these people range in visit numbers from two from twelve to twenty seven is a pretty big range. It was spread out over pretty long duration of time so just to back up. A how many patients did you have a four. They're all male. They range in age from sixty five to seventy five. Okay all right and you were saying that they were seen from. was it..

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The Models' Bill of Rights

American Fashion Podcast

10:04 min | 2 years ago

The Models' Bill of Rights

"We work together to Create the models bill of rights. This movement aims to enhance transparency for models in what to expect when doing business with their agencies. I believe this is something that's not taught to any model wasn't taught to me. That's for sure I had to learn things first hand and through trial and error. And I'm sort of out here trying to help models avoid making similar mistakes. The models bill of rights is started off as a document that help models read contracts understand how payments work basically understand their contractual obligations. But now it's extended to include safety in studios as well as it's become a hotline where models can reach out to myself or Federico and gain this awareness and help if they're in a predicament and I would say. Most models are in a financial predicament. And this is something. That isn't really talked about so I kind of I'm here to talk about that. Okay I know a while back. Maybe before. Industry model management was a thing. He kicked an agency out of pure fifty-nine he. He banned that agency from sending models fifty-nine studios for their mistreatment of the models. He's stood up for this a couple of times. Federico is very passionate about the safety of models and in fact. He really helped me when I was experiencing financial duress at with an agency Correct he abandoned agency that was not paying their models because in shooting at the studio That model would never receive that paycheck and he wanted to not just say something but do something and I believe. I admire how actionable Federico is and I've strived to be that way and the models bill of rights really is a call to action. It started as just awareness. And now we're trying to actually implement change and with other studios now in New York as well as agencies so there are some new laws in New York state. Where were you involved in in making sure those wind a place? I was not involved. I'm very happy about that. What I refer to when I say studio safety is that there are seventeen studios in New York. Only two of them are up to code major photo studio correct and up to code meaning in analogy I use. Would you walk into an elevator? If you knew it was out of service probably not But when you walk into like thirteen of these studios as a model. You don't know that it's not up to code and it's not up to code for a reason. Meaning there are some sort of hazard or there's some reason that the studio didn't want to be you know approved. They'd never applied to be functioning working space. So this actually shocked because that would expose them to a Department of Buildings Inspector Act and it's very expensive to be up to code. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars I personally know this because I come from my family. Business wherein manufacturing so we have chemicals in Leominster Massachusetts and in order for us to be functioning factory. We have to be up to code and it's very expensive and it's very arduous process but I understand how these things work so when I realized that I was actually shocked. That models are alike. Sent to these places that are dangerous and they might not even know what that means in terms of the result is if a mall were to get injured. She wouldn't be covered by insurance so if a light fell on her if she got burned that's on her right because if the building isn't incompliance they can't get insurance. Correct okay. So there's all these photography studios operating without valid insurance personal injury. Yes that's insane so if the knowledge is there why aren't they being reported to the building violations or whatever it is how? How are people afraid to report them? I I feel like these conversations. Are It's going to culminate to that? But we ran into this with the garment center. A lot of the buildings in the garments are out of compliance with the Building Code. And they're not allowed to To do major renovations to the building. They're not gonNA fall down but but they can't do anything because we've had this zoning issue with the Save the Garment Center and and preserving the garments which were losing very soon A legal fight was lost but Yeah you can have a perfectly functional building that just doesn't have sign off from the buildings which prevents them from doing major renovation. So you can really change the building right. You have to use the existing spaces and I believe that this is an imminent threat because the the market is shifting where advertisement is not so much still photo photos anymore but a lot of video and so you don't have that cold camera flash. You have moving pictures. Which is the same caliber. N- scale as a film set. It's just not treated as such in terms of the precautions that were taking and so the issue of like the lights being very hot or falling on. Someone are even more pertinent. Now because most people in the studios are shooting video. We're not just doing just straight photography anymore. Yeah and if you actually walk around. So for instance you'll see retail spaces that have instead of a photo on their storefront. It's a video when films are being shot. There's an ambulance outside. I've been on film sets. It's just it's it's treated with a lot of precaution. And this is not the case for a modeling set with comes from the motion picture unions and from the insurance requiring correct which is another thing that I have been sort of like baffled by. Is that a model does not have the same protections as an actress A model the rates are arbitrary It's non union when you're an actress. There's the screen actors guild there's certain rates depending on the caliber of the project and everything is like pretty straightforward as a model though the rate that's given to buy your agent is very arbitrary and in other element that bothers me is that that rate might not be the actual rate the client offered so so this is a transparency issue. Doesn't matter what angle you look at the Modeling Industry. It's just crooked and corrupt. I hate to say it. But it's the reality and one thing I noticed about the podcast is that you guys use are in business in the same sentence in sort of where are in business meet and I'm fascinated by that that synergy and I feel like that lacks so much in the modeling industry and just with my background's specifically I went to business school in Boston. I got my MBA at Babson. So when I came into the modeling industry while I had no experience as a model all I could hold onto was my business acumen so I started kind of folk holes of the industry and thinking almost treating it like a case study right like this industry is flawed and his modeling industry. Or is it. I mean it's part of other industries but is it an industry on itself professor. Yeah and that's an interesting point. You bring up because I actually watched an interview with Cindy Crawford and Kaya Gerber the other day for Vogue and Cindy was saying how when she was starting out doing catalog in Chicago. Modeling wasn't considered or seen as a real job right. We all know that this has changed significantly the other day. Kylie Jenner sold majority share of her cosmetics company for six hundred million dollars. She's now a billionaire model. Her sister Kendall gets a quarter million dollars per post on instagram. The the sisters their models. I mean this is a big business and I there promoters. Well yes but why I think I think Kendall is a model. She's a runway model. She's a model but she doesn't get paid for her face. She gets paid because their faces already famous. Now that's I mean that's part of why her face became famous. Was her modeling. Not Most of it and a lot of people have that issue with the whole nepotism and that's another whole thing with modeling and but the regardless of that is that there's just so many models nowadays. It's not like this. It's there's less mystery about it. There's a lot of agencies. There's a lot of models but there aren't the regulations in place needed to keep up with how this industry has grown I feel like it's behind and these conversations I think will force there to be some sort of actions

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"babson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Things you know studying things that you'd like to we just don't have time to order which is what you just listen to care about also you can see the picture then you could see the people need to see the studio COS bought the audio only works just fine too so keep that in mind please that would come back to Gregory right strong when would you bring him on right now we're going to work this is a very short little little of space for photography but we can and you get a set up for the next a half hour's worth of chopped if you're up for it okay yeah there's a probably the most important and impactful study that we have right now concerning the woodland virus is if you recall there was a a cruise ship called the diamond princess that yeah so Babson aiding fascinating what they found so this this cruise ship probably raises the virus probably rage through the whole ship over a period of several days before the first symptoms appear because you're in close quarters you don't karaoke at night slapping each other on the back or maybe a little bit lower and and and there's you know everybody's in close proximity there's people going in and out of your cabins it's spotted probably every single person on the ship coral nearly were exposed to this virus and what's fascinating eighty three percent of the people on board hi and the key thing here is every single person on board the ship was tested eighty three percent of the people on board the ship tested negative but for this which is huge now remember mine is very older population there's a saying about the cruise ships your injuries are newly weds are newly dead or nearly dead so it's it's this this wide range and what's also really really really important here it's also it's kind of good and bad is that almost forty nine percent of the people who tested positive had no symptoms so is that they didn't have symptoms but it's bad because they didn't know they had and they could be walking around spreading spreading it to everybody else tells we know of among this group it was a one percent fatality rate which is much higher than the flu or anything else to paramount to this region the the the age range of twelve people there were why were were significantly skewed to the the sixty above sixty largest age group there was seventy to seventy nine so the the man every single person that died was over the age seventy so if we scale this back it looks like to the normal population Hey might be on on the order of half.

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"babson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on KGO 810

"I. G. G. O. A. ten you can now listen at home by simply saying Alexa Lee KGO eight ten now here's my god the story from the US right from says that he would walk through executive privilege Walton from testifying before a Senate trial on impeachment he what is he trying to hide how stupid are you people that support this guy that you can see that he's done something wrong otherwise why would be led Bolton patrol I I don't believe executive privilege can't that that's that's like saying that impeachment he's gonna stop stop in Peter because I'm checking a privilege that if he if he loses the election get approved it's ridiculous my god you guys are so dense how I don't want I just impairs I'm embarrassed for you I am embarrassed the level of ignorance I'm running out of work site the other story that came out here in is that hours after the strike that killed Somani we went through a Swiss back door and told Iran don't escalate I I mean don't you know don't don't get crazy and then it's like okay great I would just go to the Swiss on that right he made like when the actress sniffling away Tom is going to kill them all anyway it's going to be the worst we burn the cultural centers than a detailed that's against international law within your non CO two centers just your your drive ins maybe you know it's god I just don't understand you people all right I I'm feeling for Oisin machine Fonzie was trying to be funny hi he he is a professor who is you know was was just to you know like one of the things that he's a and that the cuts Babson college I never heard of it before but it's it is a real place apparel and so he was you know he I think he's it doesn't say in the in the article I can find out where he's from but the picture of me looks like he could be armed from the Middle East and but so he made a joke and and we don't we you and I I may discuss however I I wrote up for up from that I made a joke about the cultural centers when saying trump is gonna bomb cultural centers I said how what trump no a cultural center he's probably gonna bomb of dukkha hazards museum or something right this is a little worse and that it was better as a better job it was M. amid all the tension right it was happening more try trump to threaten to target fifty two sites important Iran and Iran in culture again violation of international law and he backed down I he here's a joke he said Ayatollah Ali Khamenei should we listed for the two sides of cultural American heritage he would bomb like mall of America or Kardashian residence that's funny so that the country doesn't have any cultural yeah but anyways so it was a self deprecating joke about the United States and it's funny and then when the spell hit the fan I he said that was a bad attempt at your dell dude it's a funny joke you made a funny joke and they told the Boston the baptism in the boss there he told The Boston news outlets who's on poking fun at the art relative lack of of of ancient culture not so we don't have culture we're just on two hundred years old right we're not that old did you know that the the Middle East twenty five hundred years old what a different feel after that let's see I mean it is true anyway I so Babson just fired him are they the they are they said this particular pose from a staff member on the personal Facebook page clearly does not represent the values and culture a Babson college so you are essentially a humorless twit is what you're saying you are Babson college can you please be a twit it would be a like a I said is that a bad word well yeah I think replace the I was in a that's a bad word I think I don't know but I wouldn't say it if you call somebody about a twelve it's a death that's a better are there twice off anyway though they did so they fired him and and this is a fire them like wine I just paid administrative leave till of blows over may you want a good professor just maybe yeah right it was because of an excuse yeah maybe she'll be doing stand up a Bible part ma'am anyone I think you're funny man go again for next Friday I mean I but is so you know the yeah it's a private school so there's not really if a first amendment issue or a public school right I think I don't know anymore I mean I definitely think because I have friends who are teachers in our in our professors or whatever but I have friends that are teachers they're very careful very very careful about you know what they put on there like public pages now if you are it's ME texted if you tax of that too is friend or maybe made the job now I I don't know if he said it did he make this joke on his page or was it a response somebody else's paid it was on the school face well okay so there you go so you're done okay you're damn he people need to be smarter about social way okay he's he describes it right yeah now this is on page Facebook page well that's stupid as well if you okay so let's say somebody made the joke on their own Facebook page and you made that joke on their Facebook page I think that would be okay but because you did on your public I'm a professor of X. Y. Z. school then they can don't they didn't you know say maybe representing us X. yes it's a funny joke at a great I'm just saying when you want to make jokes especially when you work and you know education or some sort of public feel like that where it's not kind of incorporated into your job and you gotta err on the side of caution you just do and you know I I think it was a funny joke I get it you're out of a job though well I remember I did a joke when Reagan got shot I did the night after right now classe yeah well it was in a comedy club and the joke was that you know that fortunately there was never any worried they would hit his heart right that's really cold here really full kill though and it was because everybody was tense about it you know and and the the comedy clubs literally six blocks from where it happened it was of the garments which is maybe late morning no one not far from anyway point is is that I'm the humor in in a moment like that real I mean it is important to be able to do that now the did you ever see the the want to give a guide for dead all about the what was said what was the name of that special he had it back in their two thousand one hour each tell a joke it's it's it's everybody has the same joke and has this different punch line but tells that's called no idea Karen star membership nest anyway but they did some something cats right the aristocrats nearest cap that's yeah restaurants and so they would tell the joke it's the same set up to the job and I and us fungi and and there were some funny we just harshest sell stuff and you know when you what when you see Dennis Ross do a it was a Dennis Ross who does the the the gross the different rose to people who is the Toastmasters I wanna say Dennis Ross but I don't think that's his name I think I'm gonna mixed up with another comedian but the I mean that's a that's a really harsh and funny and and that's what this is here's the kicker is like both Clinton and trump did have a sense of humor really Obama had a great sense of humor you can you can knock Obama I mean I I'm ever listen into WTF with Marc Merrin and when they were doing it and and is there some point in that interview Obama kind of took over because Merrin is I mean despite the popularity of that podcast it's okay do you ever listen to it not so it's not great any kind of like he was at the end of it he's gonna given suggestions on how to do a interview really making some jokes of the United as in in an obviously that's been total control situation I've always admired people that can find humor in in situations that are first for that are unfolding because it's hard you can do it quickly you know and and get another window of making that is what he will Durst is always good data that you know that everyone's going to hit but political humor is really difficult again if you don't know we're talking about the the professor from Babson college just got fired I made a joke about you know the fact that trump said I mean he's do cultural sites and he said yeah maybe they should aim for our cultural sites I don't know what they would be like the Kardashian residence or mall of America that's just funny to fire somebody for that I don't know my I got a look at Babson college I would hope that there's been a push back from the academic community in the school you know I mean there could be another reason yeah I mean there could be an maybe I I again this is a great how long hair administrative leave how long do you see K. last as a professor it's not at all now right anyway I am I'm I'm just you know I'm I'm I'm thinking about like you know I mean the day of nine eleven I was at work as somewhat I'm I'm waiting to go on there and I said to my producer I go like this is a dentist Newsday in the world right before because because I I what I work from nine to twelve eastern time and in the plane first plane hit right before nine o'clock and I was walking down I could you know everybody member when you first saw it look I was a small plane that hit it right you know and and I said to somebody I go I you know this fed ex they're getting carried away with these deliveries right I said it's my friend right never said on the air but like I just did but I'm but I in and then I go in there in the world changed I I I was on the air when the second plane hit and and then we know about two minutes later we switched to ABC news course in New York and just the whole thing but you know it humor humor frightens the humorless people like trump when when thought I saw it a bomb one of his jokes he goes well Donald Trump is still is here still it though okay the correspondents.

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"babson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"About a professor at Babson college suspended with pay after a Facebook post that listed some American sites that Iranian forces should target professor us she Oisin Fonseca call this post a bad attempt at humor thing was intended to mock the president's tweet where he threatened to attack Iran it's cultural sites we can now confirm that phone say has been fired from Babson college statement today fiance says he's disappointed Babson let him go and would hope the college would have defended his right to free speech our other news now the Boeing seven thirty seven Max still grounded this week the company recommending all pilots who will eventually fly it should take some simulator training does all this is unfolding internal messages that are coming out are raising some eyebrows internal Boeing emails and instant messages now made public Boeing employees mock the FAA and the seven thirty seven MAX one employee writing quote the airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys and quote the messages came as Boeing was working to get seven thirty seven MAX simulators approved yet another message the chief technical pilot writing that there was absolutely no reason to require pilots to undergo simulator time before flying the Max Boeing calls emails completely onyx septimal that like stone ABC news at twelve oh six new lawsuits now been filed against encore Boston Harbor and for bus companies that work with it our paperwork shows the conservation law foundation is suing now over shuttle buses that run to and from the casino the group says they've been Idoling far longer than they're allowed under state regulations the buses are only allowed to idle for about five minutes the foundation says members have witnessed those buses at times Idoling for more than two and a half hours foundation says in response it wants the casino and those companies to pay more than ninety nine thousand dollars for each day that the buses are Eiling more than five minutes also want them to enforce the rules that are already in place and in Kentucky this electronic Billboard up there and it's requesting what drivers along a Kentucky highway were asked to send nudes naked photos this I didn't say where to send the photos Kentucky transportation officials say the electronic sign on highway ninety two belongs to a contractor and it was packed the contractor says employees were not involved it's unclear how long the nude photo request was up and that is ABC's Brian Burr reporting there are twelve away Bloomberg business time and Andro day we're in record territory yet again yeah we were how the Dow crossed over the twenty nine thousand milestone briefly today even is arguably the most important economic report of all released this morning proved to be a disappointment stock indexes of lost their battle to hold on to gains right now the Dow was down a hundred nasdaq losing ten S. B. five hundred down four US employers added just one hundred forty five thousand jobs to pay rolls in December short of forecast by a Bloomberg survey of economists and capping off the weakest year for job growth since twenty eleven the unemployment rates held a half century low of three and a half percent overall as expected but the rate for people age twenty five and older with at least a bachelor's degree is now just one point nine percent lowest in twelve years stay in school kids Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news.

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"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Babson college now bonds has jumped the shark at Babson I am disappointed and saddened that Babson has decided to abruptly terminated my fifteen year relationship with the college just because people will fully misinterpreted a joke I made to my friends on Facebook this he said this through a spokesman by the way so now I assume he's going to be making the victim tore he's got ninety days you know when the fires apple is not gonna be available to go on that the victim tore I would've hoped that Babson an institution of higher education that I love and to which I have given a great deal yeah I mean who else would have taken the thankless job being director of sustainability what were his greatest accomplishments is director of sustainability the city put in a a recycling bin at the student union we did he pick up some some discarded papers somewhere in the in the in in the physics building one one what is what is greatest moment I hope I hope will write a monograph on his greatest achievements as director of sustainability at Babson take bribes from Felicity Huffman I would have hoped that Babson as an institution of higher learning that I live in which I have given a great deal well we didn't again although we didn't outline what he'd given a great deal of would have defended and supported my right to free speech beyond my own situation I am really concerned about what this portends for our ability as Americans to engage in political discourse without presuming the worst each now now seventy one says Harvard will take him in a hot minute.

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"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Of good news today stock market hitting all time highs John Kerry weeping the pockets over the death of his dear dear friend solo Monty the director of sustainability terminated at Babson college and others and there's more good news though this news is from the sunshine state of Florida where I am right now and it is in vero beach you may recall a few months ago there was a a a deplorable fellow by the name of Bob young blood was enjoying himself minding his own business at the hurricane grill of great Florida name the hurricane grill in the vero beach Florida wearing a maggot hat and a foreigner can I call my crap he's from Germany I cracked came up the Bob Youngblood a a a deplorable mag hat wearing American citizen and knocked the hat off of his head and called him a racist and a communist a foreigner called American a racist and a communist and so today the foreigner went to court and we have Bob Youngblood to make a victim impact statement for us and the Phyllis in on what happened Bob young blood thanks for being with us again here on the how we car show thanks how a great to talk to you again wonderful day here in the sunshine state and two two two great thank you got Solomonic and Mister.

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"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Karen from their work in math this is Adriana Swanton Vermont in order to Hampshire we have some surprising news yesterday we told you about the the diary of sustainability at Babson college in Wellesley Massachusetts who was posted something on on its Facebook page like ranchers list a site of American cultural sites that they would mall and his name was I sheen Fonzie Oisin Fonzie American born and raised as he put it in his apology note sheen Fonzie was the director of sustainability he was the he was a son sustainability evangelist I say they should call of the twelfth profit of sustainability about the he was suspended and we all assume that he would be back the media we will guess what he's gone he's gone from the he was fired today by Babson they're not saying he was fired but he's he's gone what will be reaching the Babson college conducted a prompt and thorough investigation related to a post shared on a staff member's personal Facebook page that does not represent the values and culture of the college the school said in a statement based on the results of that investigation the staff member is no longer a Babson college employee in other words he was kicked down the stairs like he was some kind of rodeo clown wearing an Obama mask well tailored will you will you support me if I apply for the job of director of sustainability at the at Babson college of course and it's almost like getting you and others have assassinated his careers so right on them I can I can practically walk to work if I become the director of sustainability although of course I you know a harder residents so no you couldn't well you know but I when I come back to Wellesley I mean I might I will I live within walking distance of Babson college.

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"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Weak Taylor what's a poll question one of the results thus far well I ran lunch anymore missiles tonight I don't think so sixteen percent say yes any more word on these explosions there supposedly taking place in the green zone in Baghdad not quite old I'll keep an eye on it all right Paul the U. P. S. guy says how we will Brandon be at your party I I think you might be I think someone's going to be handing out the box random Brandon will be there and all of his Brandon this bridge you couldn't eat it you know what you can have your picture taken with rand and if you sh so desire on January seventeenth but the local if not if you so desire it's if you like it or not is this what about the photo bomb everybody all right eight four four five hundred forty two forty two so there were there was a Babson college staff member he is the director of sustainability for indeed they do have that's a like a UMass title director of sustainability the guy's name is hi she funds the E. A. S. H. E. N. that's his first name Fonzie P. H. A. N. S. see why see that funding Arthur fundamentally it's spelled with a PH not an Afghan the Austrian Fonzie also known as the fonds okay he has been suspended with pay by Babson college after posting a status on Facebook suggesting that Iran list fifty two American cultural sites that would law the story was first reported by turtle boy he has now apologized for his quote on quote bad attempt at humor his bad attempted here here's what he said talking about the the trump saying that they had fifty two Iranian sites including some cultural sites and this is what I sheen of fines he said did you tell everybody to sit on it no more funds jokes in retaliation I I a toll Hamani she hope maybe should tweed a list of fifty two sides of beloved American cultural heritage that he would bom bom mall of America question mark Kardashian residents question mark is a I sheen the Fonz Fonzie said in a statement the Herald this afternoon I regret my bad attempt at humor or as John Kerry would say Taylor.

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"babson" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on Q95

"I mean and fan of damn donec Babson okay okay so that's very very they're fun to do man it it it's a great time I lie I I like calling up my relatives especially now that we're getting into another election cycle I I call as one those like robo calls a hilarious as your president she just open I can count on your vote just hoping where it what we're building a lot of things in this country better than a lot of things can have the truck name they fall for it sometimes we get now are we have Kristy Lee once again at her post twenty got over there well today in history on this date August sixteenth eighteen ninety six a gold was discovered in the Yukon all hearing and then there hill that's right it was discovered and I put it all over my bathroom all over it Saleh go delicacy realtor to announce that because of my cell zero but there's gold on this date in eight in nineteen sixty two Ringo Starr replaces Pete best as drummer for the Beatles Ringo or how many hours I'm not how many days in a row that we do have that day history involved right that's all I was everyday there's a whole book who numerous yeah but you can go like a day of the week I've got a Beatle thing is every every day as usual they've done something for a fantastic drum circle magnanimous for.

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"babson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're in one of those areas with some heavier rain and woman was taken to the hospital early this morning after her car crashed into the side of the house in Boston happen at the intersection of Norfolk and Babson street residents were evacuated and there's a gaping hole in the house please seven release the name of the woman her condition or what might have caused the crash eight oh three time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of doing on all wheel drive traffic on the three years making things really got delays downtown tonight store drive east is backed up after mass have with all traffic being forced offer that government center exit a good government center exit right now earlier in the day there was a truck carrying transformers it struck an overpass by the Longfellow bridge they're still working on it in easy detour though right into Charles circle back on Mr drive east bound by mass General Hospital and it's my understanding that there working on clearing this up shortly sales were downtown is pretty quiet the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge the lever connector all good shape all the portals are fine and delays of the mass turnpike tonight eastbound backed up a few miles coming in through Westborough with road work setting up by four ninety five they've got at least one line taken maybe two south of town everything's good the expressway is wide open so was really three along the south shore that lower stretch of one twenty eight fine between wall of fame in canton ridge twenty four and ninety five south are both good down towards for ninety five no problems to the north it's pretty light on route one same with rich three and ninety three and one twenty eight as trouble free as well Mike king WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network and now a check of the four day WBZ accu weather forecast here is Bob Larson dry dry poor weather is likely to continue for down through Christmas day clear tonight overnight lows ranging from the mid twenties across the colder suburbs to thirty six in the city the deal sunshine.

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"babson" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on Hustleshare

"The processes all by using chat box investing your on Chat Bot now and use to run your business do triple W. Dot Chapman dot Ph that's their yell hustle so I just went through it and did some hacks didn't get their permission and after a while you up and then you arrange for a war for integration with a bank to Hustle share the cast features a daily grind veneer hosters around the world to show not our differences that are hustles are very much alike now here's your host Roster Bayonne welcome to episode fifty three of the Hustle share podcast names Ron Sir and I'm your host in this episode is powered by paying a digital platform provides online money transfer empowering business this is around the world parole globally we are a proud affiliate of podcast network Asia but before we begin I'd like to remind you there's a lot of adults guage that we use in this podcast so make sure no kids waiting you're listening to this because we're GONNA be talking about the hostile behind the payment solution that helps so many Filipinos in buying stuff online and today we're GonNa have the founder of that startup that I'm talking about and his name is Dick Cheney founder of Dragon Today Dick is GonNa give us an idea of how you started out this hustle for the guy who took up computer science and eventually shifted his career path by Learning Business Lincoln studied in Babson college is also going to be sharing with us how he ran his first ISP business coming out of Babson and how he was able to leave that business to be acquired by a big is be company Dick will also share how he did his hustle after the acquisition in how you function this team being a CTO of Moscow this is where it gets very interesting views dayquil share with us how he started ragging be asked the side hustle how he ran dragon be as virtually a one-man team for a very long time until he hired his first employees and then Nikolic also in with us what led him to eventually go all in on his side hustle to become his main hustle and the challenges and the struggles he had to go through put it up Dick will also share how he was able to get in touch with the banks and how he was able to scale his business virtually bootstrapping this Gary Longtime until he got funded by a Japanese publicly listed company and please listen well because he also she's very good for us especially for those people trying to figure out longevity in the startup being kissed that's very rare in how to scale a bootstrap business to success of your ready to learn the hustle behind dragon pay flips again this episode right now latest episode of the Hustle Share podcasts. We are very good friend of mine today and I've been I've known this guy for a while and you know I hate to say it but I'll discuss Betas Betas I always fucking say in the show but you're the nicest Dick that I uh-huh thank you to the show Mr Dick Chang the founder and CEO or Coo. You in January of dragon there's no sound effects yet but eventually you'll have so watch out for that will have live sound effects on the hustle and the welcome to the show thanks for having the time today visit us here thank you for having me over here on looking forward to to guesting in your shows about damn time it's what it is so dick you know I've known you for awhile since my varies I start up being a big fan of yours but for the benefit of those people listening to this now Dick what's your hustle okay so I'm the founder of Dragon P. and we we are basically an alternative payment solution company we focus on providing online buyers a mean of of paying for purchase for a product service online through means other than credit cards so in the case of the Philippines that would be everything from online banking mobile payments demons cash payments through the bird grocery supermarkets and what have you so we we're basically extending the the online store of the merchant to be able to accept all sorts of payments. Wow that's amazing but Dick Again You Dragon P. has allow before the proliferation of ECOMMERCE and all accessible you now you're the only player in the game but before this happened this your journey We started a long time at all with Internet and entrepreneurship. Let's ride the hustle share time machine real quick but before we do that I like I like to think I our sponsor our Vinnie sponsor always thank you to pop gas Asia who is our network whose studios are located at we were multiple rigging Philippines here in Metro Pass for helping us out with our show and check out their socials at at podcast network Asia and check it out on podcast network Asia so Dick what did start so I'm stalking you I know before that you're one of the few people in this country that started it studied in Babson Call Judge Okay now Adam son it's okay but before that were there any early hustles that you did in your life and you know that growing up that really forced to be in payments and what not how how did you start your hustle no actually a I didn't really grow up in what you would prefer it to us an entrepreneurial emily so pretty much grew up thinking so they're counted you start your hustle because Friday this again I I didn't know what you're around was I just know you're right and with Babson again people don't do that but prior to that were you did you grow up like with an entrepreneur mine that or how did you get explosives happening no not really where I grew up in a traditional Chinese family but my made points are not really enterpreneurs themselves so I didn't really grow up in an entrepreneurial environment and well it was growing up I thought it was going to end up being a doctor wow yeah but Yeah I passed the exams for college and they thought that was heading for for for for medicine and then just like out of nowhere the option of computer science I'm up in a took out in it's the road less traveled biggest at the time and it turned up luckily turned out to be a good fit so old from back no no I didn't I didn't have much of an interest to be honest in computers I didn't get my first PC clone until I was in my fourth year high school and of course we would that time we're talking the floppy disk yes yeah yeah in the six hundred it keeps and of course green screen and all that so no I'm I'm ashamed even Mitt this but like in my fourth year high school we had AH programming assignment in basic and a friend of mine wrote for me I really couldn't yes yeah really just picked up coding in College I do and luckily enjoyed.

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"babson" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"babson" Discussed on Q95

"Me and end of tab donec Babson we have so that's very very Monday do man it it it's a great time I lie I I like calling up my relatives especially now that we're getting into another election cycle I I'd call as when those like robo calls ahead this is your president she's just open I can count on your vote is open where it what we're building a lot of things in this country better than a lot of things can have the truck they fall for it sometimes we get now are we have Kristy Lee once again at her post twenty got over there well today in history on this date August sixteenth eighteen ninety six gold was discovered in the Yukon all and then there hill that's right it was discovered and I put it all over my bathroom all over it salad garden delicacy realtor through inotes this because of my cell zero but there's gold on this date in eight in nineteen sixty two Ringo Starr replaces Pete best as drummer for the Beatles I love Ringo or how many how how many days in a row that we do have that day history involved right that's all I was everyday there's a whole book thank you can go like a day of the week just got a Beatle thing is every every single one they've done something fantastic drum circle magnanimous.

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"babson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"babson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer. Unfortunately is missing out on a great conspiracy theory. But we'll get him up to speed when he comes back. He's doing the morning show this week so Holly, and I are here at the controls. So here's what free britney's all about. There is a podcast called britney's Graham, the toasted by two women Babson tests, and they are just big fans of Britney Spears Instagram, not of britney's, grandma. I don't know if they know where but they're big fans of Britney, Spears, Instagram. And so they do a podcast about what's going on her Instagram all the dancing and the emotions and twirling and whatnot. You know, just fans, but they. Have a hotline and they got a call from an anonymous tipster. After one of their podcasts that made them pause and think okay, we gotta do something about this. And this. This was a voicemail from appear legal who used to work at the law office that handles the conservative ship for Britney Spears, they did vet this person. So they do know that he actually was employed there. And this person says that Britney Spears is being manipulated by her conservatives, and that she's being held against her will presently at a mental health facility in the stories that we're hearing are not the real stories about what's actually going on are heavy accusation. They're big big. Now, they end that podcast by saying, you know, the way that we're going to start getting this out. There is just by talking about it. Well, guess who talked about it? The talk me it makes sense. Right. Yeah. And they talked about it yesterday during their show, the ladies of the talk, we're discussing this hash tag, free Brittany. And they were going all in eve one of the co host of the show came out walking onstage, wearing a free Brittany t shirts. So that signaling that she's taking this story seriously, and they were all sharing their perspectives at the table and Sharon Osborne. Shared a little something about the hash tag, free Britney. So we'll play the first cut. So here's Sharon Osborne on the talk yesterday, discussing free Brittany. Who knows at this point? Many details from people manager or agents, I'm more Moya's. So we need to hear more credible sources. But the thing is the one thing about Britney. That's always broken my heart about her is is that she was working from very very young child. He was on Broadway like ten or something ridiculous. And she's worked her entire life. She has kept her Taya manages fall. The I mean, hopefully ex you know, she keeps everybody. Nobody works for free. They work because they get a percentage of what she ends. So when there's a lot of money involved. Nothing would surprise me. I know..

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Saudi Aramco made $111 billion in 2018, topping Apple as the world's most profitable company

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Aramco made $111 billion in 2018, topping Apple as the world's most profitable company

"Let us begin today with a story that is both straight ahead business and economics and at the same time. Oh, so very geopolitical. We learned this morning. Exactly. How profitable the most profitable company on earth. Really is. And if you're thinking, wait KYW, we already know how profitable apple or Google or maybe Exxon Mobil is well think again, we speak here of the national oil company of Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco by another name, the company opened its books today at least partway for the first time since it was nationalized back in the nineteen eighties. Wall Street was pretty impressed which for Saudi Aramco seems to have been the point from Washington. Marketplace's Scott Tong, it's as going the money printing machine known as Saudi Aramco made one hundred and eleven billion dollars in profits last year. That's almost twice what apple made nearly four times Google's profits. And. Five times ExxonMobil's. This is really the most information we've ever gotten Ellen wall. That transversal consulting is the author of Saudi Inc. Everyone's kind of been wondering what what is this big horrible secret that they're hiding the answer is that there isn't a big horrible secret. One big reveal Saudi Aramco pays a mere three bucks to produce a barrel of oil that's crazy cheap as they can sell it for sixty nine and Wall Street to bond rating firms Dave the company high grades, though, not the best Michael Goldstein teaches finance at Babson college. This is lake instead of their credit score being eight fifty and they're getting a perfect lowest possible mortgage on their house. They're still going to get whatever size house they want. It's just they're going to have to pay a little bit more than the absolute perfect credit score. Saudi Aramco does wanna borrow tens of billions from the market to buy another company and spend the prophets and diversifying the Saudi economy right now, it gyrates wildly up and down with oil. Oil prices says economist Paul Sullivan at the National Defense University. Anyone that move from the roller coaster and dry toward diversification. And they need this money to accomplish that the Saudis wanted more balanced economy by twenty thirty right now seventy percent of the nation's revenues come from oil.

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"babson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

14:41 min | 3 years ago

"babson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"God. Thanks for hanging out with us. So we're going to be talking with lily analee, but donny's having trouble finding her but just an hour ago. We had a nice little tweet exchange. We did. Right. I said we're excited. Your book Hollywood's eve eve Babson the secret history of LA, and she said, I am too. I hope I don't say anything dumb. I know I know. All right. So maybe we'll get her for like the next. Danny's Churkin down. I just I don't want you to you know, a week ago. We had a very fun night at Craig's with Melissa Peterman. It's always hot spot. There's always somebody famous her shoe there. We say Vivica FOX Erica, Jane, Lisa. Serena Brad Gretzky, and Gary Gianetti breads and last in two nights ago, wasn't Clint Eastwood there with somebody. Yes. And then who was there last night too? Yeah. I recognized him stepped out. So granted to take the only reason people go to Craig's is to give their photo taken. That is not true. It's good food is great. It's a hot spot. It's right behind me wooden Beverly Hills and the food is good. And if you want privacy Craig will put you back in here, right? Yeah. No. It's it's always going in and out of there. The paparazzi just hang out there. Right. That's how many. Right. Right. So anyways. Of me. Yeah. He arrived in left alone. He used lift or Uber. And I did he dine alone. Did he just arrive and leave alone Intel for business or pleasure with somebody waiting the back who went in the back, Linda ham? Laurie hills. Were you know, I really like how he's looking bearded glasses being kind of low key, and that kind of long hair. I he he lost it for me. So big time when he was carted around in the fake romance. I mean, I know he was a grown, man. He should have known better. Both he came to L A D. Beg Taylor for another chance. Now. I don't think that he went to get a photo taken. Yeah. And being honest, he if you live alone and leave he went there to get his photo taken Laurie pretty might have eaten. There was somebody who may have the most amazing stake. They do their food is so good. I mean, everything is good. Yeah. Yeah. All right. All right fine going to hold that. We've got. Lilly. And is here lily were. So delighted on oh my God. And it's my pleasure. Thank you for having me. Okay. You gotta tell us the story of how you came to do this book, Hollywood's eve eve, baboots and the secret history of LA, we remember reading the Vanity Fair story. Yes. And I remember thinking I want to know more of this lady eve who is such an it swinging. Cool sexy lady in the sixties and seventies. I you know, what I mean so into the eighties and nineties he really dragged it out. She did an okay. So give us give us a set up on everything. Okay. So that was back in two thousand ten and I saw a quote opponent. It was something about sex, and it remember the exact quote, but that was the topic. And I was just completely knocked out by it looked her up. And there was a kind of information on her and Radha Krant. Can get kind of out of print books from Amazon, but company. Inaccurate. You know? And I. To find out about her personally with pretty wild. Naked pictures. She took back in nineteen sixty three where she played with my father front naked. Yes. As one does in the sixties. Yup. But I mean. Yes. I. Yeah. I mean, I remember seeing that photo because that was in that Vanity Fair story. Yeah. She's got like. God what's the platelet latest data, really? Yes. Huge boobs. And they were bigger because she's taking birth control for the person only time. Totally out by. Circumstances behind that photograph, it she had a very boyfriend who was running the the Pasadena art gallery and having a big party for my body shop, and all of LA was coming was going to be there that hopper very plenty. But it's going to be there. So we didn't embodied. Pissed off. And this is how tight love that. I didn't. I love that. I love that. Well, it's not too late. No, well, we like her. Yeah. Yeah. Great. The other piece of information you could find about ninety thousand. Expire late ninety smoking at the bar at the gas. Doc, the MAC on our south to set there. Third degree burns over fifty percent of a body and become his reckless. Did it affect your face? No, no nail purely. Like, I can't even see it. I feel all the cry like the torso. You know? You don't really actually see. Yeah. Well, I would of course was intrigued with the story, you know, eve and her Oliver's voracious amazing sexual appetite. And oh, yeah. Quote, I like to suddenly process possess the power to bleep every single person, you even idly fancy they don't know the physical glamour of that. I mean, I was just so intrigued with her love life. Actually said that about an arson because you know, he look one a rare squeezes. And she let up before he was famous crank dumpy club cut, the London fog and she picked him up. You know picked picked him up even said Hello to him. Yeah. Tell them to take home, and then he becomes a famous technical physical glamour being famous. Huge yet. But her own sexual prowess is legendary. Famous before they were famous vote with heretic. Dealing pot out of Barney's beanery in with a. Uh-huh. I did feel great Barton. Study. Like this guy, Jake white wine. And and we will wait before she was and every failure Warren. No. Never slept with Warren. Now, she thought he was a status. No. That was his vibe on him. Okay. Well, it makes it kind of makes sense. I did she would have an eye to for the fact that he was so devastatingly handsome, and maybe she could read right away. He's going to be trouble. Yeah. I guess he was like to be troubled by fadeaway guy our travel. I love that about her. Fine. Great. So did that Vanity Fair story is that would push you into like, I got to know more about this woman. A book about her and kind of just understand her life. And who she is is was that the. Well, that was back in two thousand and ten that I kind of I got wind of her. And I wasn't writing for Vanity Fair, basically unpublished that I just. He was living in white collar, would I I could find her in the white pages. Her brother at USC. I look the US better with that would be better that would walk onto a half, the letters, you know, letters to her and Colin. All kinds of ways to get through. Our? And I couldn't see anybody got closer. Her cousin stock. Yeah. Only I what psycho but work work. They kind of got the chance for an acrobat. Kept out in a big way. And. New york. Book kind of quaint Hulu and thirty raking and a television show based on a Brooks. Yeah. What do you think of for writing lily? If you're heading us. We're talking about Hollywood ease eve baboots and the secret history of LA by lily analytic. Am I saying that he's got it? So you like a writing her books are. Oh my God. I I I think I think that companies like the great undiscovered Ellen after piece. Oh, I think she's so good. We'll have to read one of those to your book is so good. And how exciting for you. Thank you. Thank you. I mean, you had write ups in Entertainment, Weekly and bazaar and Esquire magazine. I mean, everyone is really been paying a lot of tension and just about even I think the way because it's not like as you call it a womb to to. Yeah. About someone's life. It's more of a still alive. Yeah. Someone so it's more like a collage of her life and just really interesting. Like, I we were just in LA that last week hanging out at Dan Tana's. And we were there when night when the band was leaving the troubadour, it's such a all these places, you know, they've been around for a long time going to Barney's beanery. And there is something. I'm so glad that that Hollywood is still there. You can find it goes to everywhere stellar out. And a lot of that like aren't there? Still there. I think another wreck it you can still you can get it. It's the hottest city. You know, it has go. Yeah. We asked the longtime bartenders at Dan Tana's, if they knew who eve was and they're like, oh, yeah. You know, Harry dean they were but. And and that was his that was his watering holes. So the two, you know, longtime the two bartenders that have been there for fifty years. They'll funny. Yeah. She used to go there with Albert Aragon. He read Atlantic records. Yes. Kind of both powerful than. And. Loved garlic. You could get a ton of garlic damn Tannen. Yeah. So she got something late or early before catching somebody at the door. Apple could neither sustenance after accurate description of eve Babbitt that she was like the Hollywood are Holly go lately of the west coast or LA. Well, she goes to a serious artist writer Helen discovered like. Otherwise, you'd just be sort of kind of an interesting group. But she's a she's an artist. And it's just you want to know more about her. And I love how you describe your friendship with her like, you know, I think she's my good friend. But I Don she kinda just she likes you. But she's also arm's length kinda. Really? Fail to totally captain Nathan. Looking for love. There you go. I love it. Oh, gosh. Well, this is just such a fun book. And congratulations. You you were you. Are you? Kind of like did you want to be involved in making a TV show? Or are you just happy? I actually hate playing with other people I like to be by myself. Collaborator ruckus. It's. It's kind of the Beck medium from someone like me. You sell worked out. Are you stocking other people Aquarius? Okay. Good. I can't tell you any contract with. Yeah. I'm on the prowl too. I'm excited to hear who that is what a what a treat to meet you Lilly. Accredited with a treat for me. Thank you. Thank you so much the book. The book is Hollywood's eve eve baboots in the secret history of LA, and it is really Marilyn Monroe Harrison Ford Jim Morrison, Andy were all the sixties the seventies egos hammer, and I mean, there's just so many great stories, and then learning about all the books even getting to know her and I will come to who. Yeah. There you go. Congratulations to the big brag. All right. Six one six four one one zero seven one if you'd like a copy of the book a couple. Yes, we do when we come back. Oh, this is kind of. This is exciting TV casting news. Previously on Jason and Alexis I like to give people something to take home at the end of a party goodie bag. Yeah. She stopped by and spent a couple of hours, you know, putting together with they did anything go to lollipops in one bag on accident or. Lollipop one thousand nine hundred forty. Mr hughes. Log. You. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. Hey, everybody. 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"babson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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