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"benner" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"benner" Discussed on WTOP

"It's providing us a broader image this morning of how a circle small circle of Republican lawmakers worked alongside Meadows to attempt to overturn the 2020 election This morning Katie benner who covers the Justice Department for The New York Times and the members of Congress who worked closely with Meadows on this The representatives who are working with Mark Meadows a former member of Congress one of the cofounders of the freedom caucus They were all freedom caucus members so it's not that much of a surprise that mister Meadows would have asked them to help president Trump when he felt he needed aid in bolstering his claims that he'd won the election One was representative Jim Jordan of Ohio He's known for bolstering his national profile by defending mister Trump Andy Biggs of Arizona Paul gosar of Arizona very famous for being censured for depicting himself killing representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined by Louis of Texas mo Brooks of Alabama who was in fact currently being sued by a democratic congressman for inciting the January 6th riot And mister Perry we know that congressman Perry of Pennsylvania had actually introduced president Trump to an official inside of the Justice Department who was willing to help him quote unquote stop this deal Why would you say this is significant Is it the clearest picture to date of direct involvement by members of Congress rather than what we thought was happening which was Republicans saying very little against the riot or trying to downplay it but here we seem to have some much more direct involvement Yeah what was interesting about this reporting is that so much of it was actually already in public view happening from literally the moment the polls closed until January 6th But again that time was so chaotic that simply pulling together the public record and putting into one strong narrative was in itself very compelling to see how many rallies they attended How many tweets they sent out How many appearances on Fox News and other television and radio programs Bolstering false claims pressuring other Republicans to do the same And then ultimately promoting this idea that the election has somehow been fraudulent And then when you pair that with the interviews we did we learned about meetings that had not been public before meetings that Trump campaign headquarters were mister Perry mister Jordan were helping for example The White House press secretary plan her rhetoric which actually mirrored their rhetoric You sort of see the depth of the planning and coordination What do you think this means for the select committee in the House investigating all of this So the select committee has been very clear in some of their subpoena letters that they want to know from organizers of the top to steal rally They want to know from other potential witnesses whether or not they have conversations with members of Congress and what those conversations were about What we saw this week with the contempt on mister Meadows and all the documents that Meadows has already turned over to the committee that the committee is very curious about Meadows and anyone who is working with in order to help president Trump bolster these false claims that he had won Based on all of your reporting I know you've been reading Barton gellman's work in the Atlantic We'd be very concerned about 2024 I think one of the most interesting pieces of the gelman argument in the Atlantic which I do think everybody should take a look at and read is the idea of what is happening in the states Now remember these congressmen they are still in Congress They have nothing they're gaining power They're gaining stature So you see Congress already moving pretty far to the right and falling in line behind people like the representatives we've just been talking about And then in the states themselves we're seeing Republican legislatures pass restrictive voting laws and sort of like move forward in that area So I think.

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Trump Secretly Subpoenaed Records of Democrats on House Intelligence Committee

All In with Chris Hayes

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Trump Secretly Subpoenaed Records of Democrats on House Intelligence Committee

"Breaking news tonight about the trump justice department's abusive power to investigate its enemies new york times reports. Prosecutors subpoenaed apple for data from the accounts of at least two democrats on the house intelligence committee aides and family members. One was a minor all told the records of at least a dozen people tied. The committee were seized in two thousand seventeen and early twentieth eighteen including those representative. Adam schiff of california then the panel's top democrat and now it's chairman katie. Benner covers the justice department from your times is one of the bylines on this story and she joins me now on the phone and thank you. Katie on short notice for joining us. Just walk us through what we know here. Sure the investigation really begins in two thousand seventeen soon. After donald trump became president as we all know there were several stories very unflattering to him also involve the leaks of sensitive or classified information. Jim komi talking. About memo's how. The president had pressured him to drop an investigation to michael national security adviser news about michael finn in michelson conversations with the russian ambassador and whether or not there's a questionable story after story basically detailing things about the trump administration that were highly questionable stories about the ongoing russian investigation which about with new to the public and the white house was determined to figure out who was the source of these leaks. Now people in the all the time administration's best all the time but we also saw as as these leaks were on and prosecutor started to think that they were hitting dead ends that they just never really

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"But i also hope that we remember the lessons of this pandemic and those this trying time that you know we knew inequity was there but it this moment bursts it open we knew that systemic racism was there but this moment blew open And change has to come from that. We have to grow as people in a society as a world and Is a change gonna come quick. I don't know. I wish it came quicker but has to come so i think it's fighting playing all. Maybe that's what the roaring twenty can be are roaring soon. Let's bring jin back off more right. We ready to Take it to the To all right so we are gonna hit you with some rapid fire questions and you are going to hit us with some rapid fire answers and i'm going to start. Where where do you recommend. Takeout and fish town o. K. chill escobar. Where's your favorite venue to watch a musical performance in this great city of ours. Ooh ooh rittenhouse square. Like the whoever music or that ban. How square on the weekends up nine times. Yeah i read that. One of your favorite things to do is spend an afternoon. Clean your house and then dancing around the house. What song and dance to. Where did you dig that. Out but What's six google page was our dance to sex. I wish i had going up genius and are oh. He's a great about the units about marketing. invented marketing. like he took her so good. But i don't think that's the Adults they're a artist or band that you would look for your birthday party. This year wants restrictions. Lifted once you can once you can throw a full fledged ranger. What artist group are you a inviting to perform like musician. I'll stay local and state earwax. Okay awesome. i've never seen you without a hat. Which favorite hat. You have a favorite hat and particularly roaring. Has those a kid. I have so many photos. It's like me will safety blanket. My it had or how maybe Recipe for sure Do cologne body spray oil or natural. I just natural deodorant. Yeah what is your karaoke song. Oh refused to do karaoke game. I want to shot melena best. Guess that juice out on your podcast us foreign. I don't mean best like we could That the interview went off the rails. Whatever like just your favourite interview that you know and l god against somebody waits. I really enjoy talking with ignace safran About her career. What she thinks about specifically about what she thinks about like architecture and city we this really great conversation about independence mall and how the city tore down all the stuff to build postcard postcard looking views. It was really interesting in now. She hated her speech. She was not she was willies. Three drunk weirdos which which eleven o'clock local news do you watch if you have to. We're not talking to. This guy is not seventy young kid we would watch ten channels him all right favorite Not maybe not favorable. Give us maybe one or through your art instagram blogs pages. You should be following. Ooh okay all. There's too many name so she can give him a doing. Yeah unity ana. Is this incredible artists. Who was recently worked with a mural at the fashion district. I would follow her. She does a lot of stuff around mental health and she also celebration university of this regular yearly annual especially does called embryo and she's working on something and she'll be announcing soon that i know about and i'm very excited for her Ooh ooh p- max swan. I a musician and film that..

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"I was created originally by like blackbird employees or whatever pizza shop was their employees like the community. Loves it so much. They're refusing to let it go. you know. wait to the wayside. They're updating all the time constantly refreshing. It and even more interesting thing is that i would imagine like that's not okay from the city like someone from the city should see that in one fix it so that i don't know hurt a cars or person right but the sidewalk has been changed a couple of times at least once that i've seen photographed and they keep the poll raining. It's interesting it's a landmark hours. that's awesome. I never heard of this. I never heard of this yawn bombing. I'm learning so much tonight man. I'm not aware game. We live in a city of like four thousand murals like something like three thousand still. Stand me for those meals. We've lived in the city of murals in something like this. Little leaning tower pisa titan little four foot three foot thing below people's mind that's available coffee the bloomberg. I'm so excited about stuff like that using the space finding weird quirky things like that you now. What are what are a couple of other weird quirky things that people might even walk past and not even recognize and obviously you night for that kind of thing. yeah. I mean walking past. There's this artist name read more who lives in baltimore but comes to philly pretty frequently..

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Been tag and tag you hone your skill with the can and then maybe move on to bigger stuff but it's also just like they're one in the same so like maybe you only have a few seconds. Put something up tag. Maybe you you since space and time and maybe even permissions you're going to do bigger piece. Bet well what are the ethics with that and with murals with all the street art in terms of You know like because a lotta times might be something. That's on top of something else whether it's eighty or whether it's a sticker or whether it's anything else is there kind of are there some unwritten rules of public art. I mean the number one rules respect everyone else out there no matter what they're doing see don't go over anyone steph point blank period ever and you know that's the the biggest rule the first rule on don't overbill steph There are there are special cases where there's like. I'm defacto free walls like there was one fifth and bainbridge for a few years to construction walls that met archly go all the time and they were so heavily. Used at like kind of like more. Like if you wanted to go up in there you kind of pick and choose where you went up. I'm you just kinda pick the oldest piece there the piece of tattered the most or the most like gone before you go out but yeah for the most just you respect everyone else to space and you don't go raimo. Have you ever gone out with anyone that on tags like high like to the point where it would see it from the highway type sets is. I'm also fascinated by those where it's like literally how they get up there. How they do it because no one holding their leg except for those are the folks who do not want to be on a blog i was i respect their privacy and is that is that a community that those guys know each other they re do..

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Recently with the internet. Social media artists are able to do things that are a bit riskier. because they'll be able to photograph it in the photos can go viral even if the installations don't last yarn bombing or in phillies artist kid. Hazo so Yeah i think this graffiti. Rs graffiti writers street artist are the modern day art movement. And i think there's some of the most innovative people out there right now. I think when four hundred years from now when they look back at the art moon this time some of those writers and artists will be the focus of who help change arc and push it into a more. I.

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Let me do it. And i told her like as you're going up the stairs in chicago. I know very right and we hugged and kissed him. Like twenty five actually told my dad after broken up with like my first real long term boyfriend. We've been living together and my dad sweetheart. He has us like. I'll come move out because the break-up was fine but it wasn't great. You know what bring a bit. Mike actually came to where we are living. He thought we were roommates. Help move out in like during that process it. Just start crying like you know his. And he's like i know i love you. I love you no matter what. He's so guy nice. That's i mean it's a shame that's like you know a Shouldn't be it should be everyone's story right like it should be like every kid i mission but and times are changing and like you know. Times are changing. People are becoming more aware that this is support humanities complex and beautiful in like there's so many sides to it. Nothing's but it's still. It's still tough and actually on that note there's a there's an organization called covenant house into this donate today because there are kids even to this day who come out as trans or come out as clear to their parents and they got kicked out. They're homeless sometimes. They're in school. Our oftentimes are in school and or working and they've just nowhere to go. They will crash on friends' couches if they can't find somewhere to go that covenant house. One of the few like youth focused homeless shelters in the city so go support them. They do incredible work and they need so much money. There's like five hundred kids a year. They have to turn away because they don't have enough funds. O go go through money right there to watch the old one of the organizations that do music therapy we work with covenant house. i mean. it's just some of those kids man. It's like i i wanna take home of you..

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Quit the jill auto shop. I was working out at the point at that time instead of working in marketing for four years and i learned so much they about digital marketing and how to brand myself and how to make the blog accessible and to bring advertise not and so when i quit in two twenty fifteen to do those full time there was a bunch of advertising that supported the blog and i've just roll with the punches since then. Now it's mostly support through these curatorial projects that we do advertising hard to come by. I've advertising on the podcast. Podcasting seems to be this area where people wanna put advertising in. But there aren't as many like instagram suggested hosts anymore More about rolling with the punches. So yes you would ask me five years ago. Let alone ten years ago or the blog A different answer. But i think being agile you know is the most important thing i mean. Our economy and our life is changing more every day than probably has like humanity like her pretty stable going pretty slow than the industrial revolution than the last hundred years. It's like boom boom boom boom boom. And then i'm thirty six. I turn thirty six thirty five the information age so like computers coming out and then phones in the absence of the internet. And it's like you know. I couldn't have this job twenty years ago. Thirty years ago. Knows what's gonna be available in five years or ten.

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"To do but everyone did anyway. Because they didn't care like none of us were when trouble my memories. Essential the end there. Because in junior high i got sick. No one knew what was wrong. It just being bad form of mono and they kicked me out because my grades were slipping and stuff so i technically graduated from kensington high school. But i didn't. I didn't spend much time there what You know getting into the into the art and into the blog and into the whole thing has become Just kinda curious like if you look you know you started ten years ago. You're celebrating your ten year anniversary What it's become after ten year. You think that it's different than what you would have thought on day one or two. You think it's kind of evolved in a way that you would have wanted to shore every every single or this. I've met has changed the bog in one way or the other i've learned from. Oh my god. I've learned from so many people in building and in growing this blog. You started this basket. The divine the rain and some of the abandoned structures. I don't really explore those anymore I mostly focused on sort of the outside of buildings that after some feedback. I got from some writers and stuff to just respect. What was going on there. focused more and more interested in sort of public space. Because that's where the art lives and the older. I've gone in the more worked with public art murals street. Are you realize the value equity that is put into the public space philadelphia. I don't know if anyone on this city knows philadelphia of the top. Ten cities in the country spends almost Number nine of how much we spend on parks and public spaces in the city per capita so baltimore. One of our closest neighbours been twice per person on their parks basketball courts hockey court hockey courts hockey. Waste as much than we do and dc three times as much and the public spaces a great place for like equity in unity where we gather and where we can meet other people enjoy time alone It's incredibly valuable. And i think we should invest more time in that so yeah. The blog has grown so many different ways. I mean john petitions like petitioning. Septa run twenty four seven petitioning against the starbucks in indoors park for that very reason not commercializing not making parks about capitalism but making parks keeping in the public realm Two more curatorial work over the last few years the blog has gone from just needing a fan boy. Sorta graphing and talking about artists also like a working with artists. Exhibitions like two polls or we have murals at the fashion district..

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"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"benner" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"As well as a guy who's constantly named one of philly's most influential people joins us to talk about his roots and fish town. The journey of streets department phillies thriving arts scene coming out to his parents and more. It's a rare glimpse inside one affiliates more creative personalities as he's normally on the other side of the microphone dooney interviews don't forget the rate review subscribe. Follow all that stuff wherever. You consume your podcast. Tell all your friends and follow social media all as the philly blunt and that's a youtube twitch twitter instagram facebook. And don't forget you can watch these interviews live on twitch twitter facebook and youtube just Subscribe to one of our social media outlets. So you get news of when we're gonna live. We hope you enjoy this really interesting interview with a great philadelphian. Conrad better ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the my. Name's johnny good times risk. This is greg and we are thrilled to have era elitist digest of esteemed photographer blogger chronicler of philadelphia art and all around cool dude. Conrad better lock the show new. Okay wanna start out. What is start out. I know that you've been all over the city and in all sorts of sketchy buildings and taking photos and all over the place. I wanna to know. What's the most scared you've been. I know you've been in subways. I know you've been on top of the divine lorraine. What's the scariest place you've been to take. A photo has such a interesting question. Yeah like when the blog started You know folks and then you are in the public space. Oftentimes sue stuff on abandoned buildings or construction materials. So there's a lot of stuff on abandoned buildings inside abandoned buildings and so my interest was even from a kid was going in some abandoned buildings. Oftentimes the doors open I think when i went to the roof of the divine lorraine like in twenty twelve was pretty scary. It was raining in the is slanted and it's a thirty six year old man. I would never do that today. Well okay there by so you were you were on top of the divine the rain and what was the what was the purpose of that. And how i. I had seen a little video. Where you guys you know kinda snuck your way up in the higher you went the scarier. The floor got so this is obviously well before they serve renovating the place. It's a whole different world now but we're going back almost a decade. Tell us a little bit about that experience. Yeah we so's invited by two artists who are going to install that day. And i'm that's how a lot of these things happening you know. I think actually one of the times. So i've never been asked that question like framed like scared. It's always just like..

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"benner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"benner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Radio Program for your Free Economic Plan 888988 Josh eight. Eights, 988 Josh 888988 Josh And we're back. This is Josh Kolinsky, the financial quarterback. And with Mark Yes. Go talking about Some prophecies on an interesting book. I believe what you said The guy's name was Samuel Benner Samuels better and your Better was a commodity trader in the 18 hundreds. And he noticed that there were these long wave cycles like we talked about the 90 year cycles and 60 year cycles and so he studied and they're actually tied, believe or not to lunar cycles. And so he laid out in writing what would happen in financial markets, commodity markets and equity markets over the next 200 plus years, and he published this chart, and then this guy W began. William Delbert again picked that work up in the late 1900 late 18 hundreds early 19 hundreds and published another book in 19 0 for That laid out this this predictive chart and basically said that there would be this repeating pattern of an 18.6 year cycle. When you put five of those together, you get a, um 90 year cycle and long story short. It's predicted every peak and trough in the market than this guy. William Gan had a service and he sent out a newsletter, and he predicted the crash in 1929 literally to the day August 24 make a long story short that work. If you look at that picture that was published in the 19 hundreds It predicted that 2020 would be the panic year just like 1930 1929 3 And if you look at what happened in 1929 so September 1929 market rolls over It trough in November. From November 29 till April 30th. Ah, 1936 month period. You had a 48% rally after a 48% decline. Yadda 48% rally still down 25% of that happens, but 48% rally, but he was excited. You know, President Hoover gets all excited tells everybody have to be great. Secretary. Treasury says anything too great. We got this and we all know how this story ends. Market rolled over and we had the rest of the crash down 84% peak to trough, and over the two years we had the beginning of what would become that the Great Depression. So here we are again 90 years later following the same cycle and the better prophecy said the trough will be sometime in late 2021 s got another kind of 15 18 months of of negative. Mark. It's likely not one thing that's different is different is saying is different this time, but this one thing is different. Back Then the Fed was brand new. It didn't have the same level of power and belief in its, you know, infallibility so People have been numbed to printing money, and the Fed did the opposite. In the thirties, they actually contracted the money supply. Because what they did in the thirties. Remember, right? They tried to put up tariffs sound familiar, like tariff man and Putin. Holly created..

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That Awkward Next Step

Daily Sales Tips

03:16 min | 2 years ago

That Awkward Next Step

"Today our friend. Jeff George is back in his regular weekly spot with an important idea for you. Here he is. I am tremendously uncomfortable with the amount of sales professionals who do not ask for the next step in their sales process while they're in that meeting that they're in right now. This is particularly alarming to me because most sales people get get paid some of them only get paid when they get that next step and maybe the step in step in the step after that you only get paid when you make a sale. But you're not asking for the step that will lead to the sale. That is just disturbing to me like I.. I want you to wrap your brain around that when I talk to people about asking for that next stabbed when I work with clients about asking for those next steps one of the thing that one of the things that normally comes up is yeah you know might be a little awkward at first and it might be a little uncomfortable to start but yeah. I think I can do that. Jeff I think I can start asking in the. Here's my question and this is how I want to reframe it for you. Why isn't it uncomfortable comfortable. Why isn't it awkward to not ask for that next step. What are you there to do. I know there may be a belief issue. There may be some reason where you're not quite sure if this is a good fit. You're not quite sure if you've done enough to earn a next move in the process. But don't you believe Steve in what you sell. Aren't you making this sales call because you know you can help a certain part of the population whether it's a a consumer directly or to business business or it's it's some other way you've got some customer in mind. You know you can help that person you know you can help that person differently than anybody else. That's out out there. We can argue better at another time but talking about Benner typically leads to arguments talking about different typically leads to conversation. So I'll say that for another tip but don't you believe in your differentiator is don't you believe in your ability to make somebody's life better as a result. Don't you believe that your time is valuable. Don't you believe that the company that you support is worth supporting and that the customers you support our worst supporting and don't you believe that they are better off for having worked with you then for anybody else. Well if you believe all those things then. Isn't it your obligation to ask for that next step. Aren't you leaving in all those people that you could help totally in the lurch by not asking for the next step who are you serving with your product or service. Who are you not serving by not doing your job to ask him for that. Next step shouldn't be comfortable or shouldn't be uncomfortable to be very comfortable asking for the next step up. Should be your obligation asking. That next step should be the default yet forty to ninety two percent of sales people. According to James Muir's research the perfect clothes. Do not ask for the next step so if you believe in all of those things that it should be a natural occurrence for you to ask for that next step right so. I know that's what you're GONNA do on every one of your sales calls right. Because that's your job and if you don't believe in all of those things what are you doing

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Lisa Meiring  CEO of Radical Results Consulting providing success and mindset strategies

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

09:45 min | 3 years ago

Lisa Meiring CEO of Radical Results Consulting providing success and mindset strategies

"Jumping and getting I often find that those morning hours if I can just once I moved from that space of me into the doing that if I don't jump into my hi doing with emails in kind of monotonous kind of task but much more focused. This is a big project that I'm working on right now if I he is the first ninety minutes out of the day as a way to dive in those in most important projects I can really stay on track on what I'm putting out into the world I completely agree keeps with an intention and bogus said canvas highlight ration- and I it's so I think in getting your phone out of your sight for the first hour you can't clay of your ability because otherwise your email in the messages in voicemails he's not take over and run. You opposed to you running the day and they're low energy task right. I mean e mail. Social media are going to be low energy task so use. Here's your high energy task with those high energy create creativity type projects in that first part of the day and that's really powerful yet exactly a huge assessed now just having that positive and create a time with yourself and your attention absolutely so these are great practices for everybody. You be thinking about it. How do you start your day now. How do we attract more of what we want and charlize well. The law attraction is always working. I I think always address to get really what you want. The track what you want it's thinking out outed what you can't just think about what you really want. We have to do something with awe. Even if you manage to think about what you want several times a day is another step to take contract to get in harmony with those desires so the process that I I've used in learn. It is released with building idea image in your mind of what you want and getting crystal clear about it. Sometimes that's the trickiest. Heartless also helps script. Kelsey get clarity by the way Nice holy image okay. Here's what I want then. You get emotionally involved with it. That's how you internalize. Imagine you know the thoughts when they're mixed with feeling or emotion they started to constitute force which starts to to attract what you want and they are okay. This is my goal and year. How would I feel when it when accomplished absolutely my husband and I am popping champagne or just being excited foul and I think that's a really important designation because we can you know we can envision Asian. Hey I want a new car. I want a new whatever you know. They're like we can't just put our our mind around and just assume that it's going to show up but if we are really wanting to step into the feelings and the emotions of that what that success might feel like liked. You're wanting to attract into your life then you can you can you can play with the feelings of how how how you're stepping into it. How Hi you're moving through it. you know what does it feel like when your you know on vacation in your with your husband having having a glass of wine or champagne. Why does it feel like that's a different level of attraction than just envision it and it will all come. You're so exactly writings. The there is a stage where people of inside mall for Vision bores invisible those photos boat it doesn't isn't we don't just get to ensure our week. Get the motion of is his internalizing it ourselves. It's it's exactly right being mindful careful what we oftentimes get emotionally involved with what we don't want and we'll start to see that too the right right if we're play. We're playing too much on that what we don't want we continue to attract more of that in so yeah. I know you already mentioned something about ritual but I want to just go back to that because I agree that rituals are just such a key important part of how we live our alikes. If we can create ritual recently I've been playing I've been reading the book called Lunar Abundance which is just fabulous book and it's really about tapping into into the lunar cycles and and you know finding the rhythms every yen in your young and it's such a beautiful way to do it. I mean when I rebranded rand my company. A few years ago I played with eclipses so I love to play with. Ritual been something for me that it's that speaks to me. I find like like my inner. Wisdom flows up through me. It comes to get visions. I get ideas. I get breakthroughs when I get when I bring more ritual into my at life sometimes that means just getting out in nature going on a hike and it could be as simple as that. What are your rituals you incorporate into your life and why yeah so what we talk about in that morning time that creating intention for your day and just orienteer- you having south law than awesome moment it doesn't have to be at people as the hours of time you know it doesn't have to be but however it is for you. Just start with win in your day whatever that looks like and then the ritual how you end your day a heat is ultimately. Oem Orton arts walls. your evening rituals yet so romy anything it's almost it's consistency and doing things repetitively elite too but the end of the day really writing your four. I'm laid to rest on my day like okay. So the beginning of day is intended attended. I need it and not in a judgmental way beating ourselves up ways that we can grow can often you're going to celebrate what you gotTa do what you got done in a day just because so often we moved through so much and we don't even recognize what we've we've accomplished in a day. It's so true absolutely and then even thinking about with going back to that goal so what do I what am I really going for. What am I working towards before you go precisely because it goes into your self conscious mind and while you sleep it combining solutions ideas which is powerful with setting ritual is so often this may be helpful or unless nurses disagree on one thing at a time you know. I think we try to do so much. You donate started morning routine. Are you're going to add this virtual and it becomes overwhelming what I did is. I looked at my day things I didn't I knew you in my heart weren't survey me or or kind of kept me from achieving when I was working for L. A. or whatever it may be. I started MENA work on recreating at our ritual in that space replace that that negative and then worked on it all the time. I Master Astor yeah. I think that's a great point is do you know do something you know one thing at adopt new practices one thing at a time the other thing. I find find useful with my rituals even on my morning rituals. I am not because I am such a doer and I tend to get into the same sorts of things on a regular basis. I actually make my my morning time. I give myself flexibility in what I do with that in writing so I have that hour of time that I set aside but some days I feel like Meditating Sundays. I feel like reading some days. I feel journal in her. Some days I feel like just moving moving in so really stopping and pausing announcing myself in my body. What does my body need right now. knowing. I have the space to do whatever that is in. That's served me well because I am otherwise I can become just a creature of habit and then it's it's not listening into my inner guidance. Benner Guide inside that inner compass agree with you and I think a keeps new anything I I have some some routine space open. I mix it up a lot too much power and then when it makes it fun his refreshing where you're not gonNA stuck in a Rut but surly serving you yes yeah and and for me. I think that's really taught me by approaching at that way to listen and more to my inner intuition versus just doing what I think I should do and I think that's a I can fall into the things that I should do the because I am you know if you look at my strength finders. I'm an achiever like to get stuff done right so I'm I'm really good at that that piece of slowing down listening to what what my body thinks I need is really a different way for me to think about it one hundred percent and in giving yourself grace to say it's okay okay up and not follow the quote on. Ho Rule that I read in a book to follow what your heart your intuition instead

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"benner" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Doc, connecticut. Laura Benner in south Burlington, Jimmy film, with Massachusetts. And this is gosh. Oh. We're looking at all those traffic patents because the big that's causing the problems in the city. We matter of fact, the next week until we have all the traffic controllers come into to us when the helicopters and the like they come to me with us to talk about changing streets in a likes moved travel, much better than sunny, Boston. The hell the helicopters have to do with moving traffic patterns in the city of Boston. You watch your mouth novel. It's the late great mumbles Menino. He's one thing that really fries my notion. So somebody put that on a message board in the last couple of days. They still remember that line. You know what really fries my nose? They say something that's all it was on a city story that was in the globe or the herald, eight four four five hundred forty two forty two new, and you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Niran. Love your show longtime listener first-time caller. Thank you. When you're talking about that. Three of the tracks. I was reminded about a story. So I'm originally from India. And I would train what that was like the state Representative on the train. Yeah. Lunchtime. And he wanted chicken, and there are chicken in the restaurant of the train, so you ought to the train to stop and vague train behind that. Out of it. I like I like chick filet. But I don't like to wait an hour and a half for chick fillet. I'll just keep driving to the Kentucky Fried Chicken Popeye's. You know what I mean? There's just I mean, it's, it's nice to be on a train on a sunny day, sunny day. And, you know, you see all the boats out in the little harbors are. And let's if you're on the right side of the trade, but it's just not. It just doesn't make sense, when you're, it's like, you know rolling the dice. You never know what's going to happen on the train. I mean, anything could happen, you the plane could crash, but it's chances are it's not going to happen. Yeah. Let's see here. Russ, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Ross, Shirley, preventative maintenance. When I think of railroading over the Rockies British Columbia, Alaska, but t is definitely the spice and really, you know what they should call the NBA. Hi, hats transportation hats. That's what it's been so many years. And I'll tell you when it comes to big hill, there on believable, starting in October, the state's going to be an insurance and we're gonna be forced to pay. It's called paid family leave how they never stopped. They stay awake at night gonna more ways to pick up. Bucket. Yeah. I know. I know. That's what balder used to. Billy Bulger always say, men of unsleeping malevolence. He was referring to the globe. It was really meant it was really the, the people at the state house. I mean they do they'll screw up anything, though. They'll just everything that can be screwed up. They will. I mean, they used to have remember the old escalators that they had on the red lied, those things those things were around for a hundred years. Nothing could break down nothing. You can do anything you want. They, they could put pianos on those things, and they would just go right down to the T your come back up. So then they got all these federal grants, and they decided to rebuild them. It's they had these, like deep deep escalators going down to the bottom when they expanded the when they expand that the porter square Cambridge and all that all you had to do was be a punk. And if you were somewhat strong you could just put your hand on the rail, and you could you could make the the, the belt buckle, and, like within two weeks after they'd replaced all these things that have been there for a hundred years. Everything was totally destroyed. Because because they didn't know how to fix the buckles how he wants summer. I was I had. Like an office job in providence. And I would take the train from Boston to providence. And you know when you're young you don't you're not as angry and bitter about things because they don't even on us. I'm taking the train every day and every day, I'm walking up the stairs, escalators broken every day. And finally, at the end of August, like occurred to me, this escalator hasn't worked one day this summer, and I've been walking up this thing hot and sweaty. When I don't want you is the stairs. Really steep? And I said to my mom. You know, they haven't fixed that escalator broken like this whole time, and my mom just laughed and said, yeah, of course they haven't, I remember one time they had this right down on Washington street. They had this old news stand, and it was south station or south church, south church. I guess it was. And so they said it was it was a very flourishing thing, and you can still buy cigars and newspapers lottery. Tickets and stuff like that. And so, then the, the, the, the federal government says you need an, an elevator for handicapped people. And so they, they took out this whole this flourishing newsstand cigar stand. They put in an elevator for the for the for the disabled d did how long that lasted grace? Lasted about two weeks. What you know why? Because the only thing they were using junkies. We're using it to shoot up at. Then after they finished that after they finished shooting up, they were just amusing themselves, they take their lighter and burn off all the all the buttons. So even if you were even if you had a wheelchair, you use it, and that was the end of the business that was the end of the escalators. This is the.

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"benner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Welcome to Sunday, the twenty eighth of April two thousand nineteen my guest. I our Joe Marquel? Need I say more Joe, you have filled their phone lines. Four lines. You're kidding all for them full of people who want to chat with you. This is great. All right. We'll give Robert York in a second class. Some of this traffic. Georgia, you know, Benner turn your radio off. Radio. Also the rules. You know that I know I haven't done this in such a long time. Andrew told June radio often t. Gig away laugh. Don't don't beat up on these people. I going to beat up on them because they've told. Oh, okay. All right. Your show. What am I talking? Okay. Sorry about that Georgia. Few wanna talk to Joe go right ahead. Joe so nice hearing, your voice as usual. I can't believe number one Kentucky you I'm gosh. Georgia Georgia teach for Natia were. I'm fine. Thank you very much. Great. New sound wonderful. You know, really Morgan earlier today that came he's been down with account kind of bronchitis infection. And I know it's. Second. I can feel it. But I kind words you doing, okay. I'm doing okay for old ladies not that. It'll come on come on. Now, I know that we she really appreciated the birthday card. I know you having difficulty writing that was really kind of you. That's good. I'm glad she said just hope she feels better soon. Soon. We get back. If you come Nestle, definitely wanna see you. And I making out your way someday. And try to bring. It's hard to find. But I knowing you you will. Yeah, right away. Don't drive Morgan. Crazy. Turn your radio down. Okay. Okay. I'm I'm not even anywhere gather radio. So I don't know. Somebody's listening to you Georgia. That's what it is. Anyway, thank you for calling. It's real nice to hear your voice really debate. Hearing you. Thank you so much take care. Georgia. You do. And now, let's go to Steve. And you were in Florida. Good morning, Steve. How are you? Hey there Morgan. Hey there, Joey how you doing my friend is this my little, bro. From Boca Raton checking in. What what both brothers from different mothers. Yes, we going. Hey morgan. Radio and in Boston for a long time. Sales manager at WRR for for number lowington. Yeah. Back when you were with Andy. That was a matter of fact, Andy passed away the same year bureauc- did really well. What was that? Two thousand two that was a tough year. Well, I just wanted to say how much I enjoy hearing your voice as always and good. The Bob your book comes out and just wanted to let you know. I was checking in and my best to Kimmy. You know, you're the best. You really are. You my best to Susan, by the way, this saves us the cost of a phone call. We need to. That's the. Arrest with all the internet's that we send back. I know. I know thank you. Down in the West Palm Beach area. Steve. So let you know. Yeah. Definitely police do. Okay. Okay. Voice as well. Good night, my friend. Thanks, steve. Imran's Ronson Vaughn. Oh god. Voice. You've got a tough year. How you doing? Okay. You're getting along. Okay. Okay. I'm the new place. Recently. So. On back and all. Forever. Yeah. One day to time as they say. More down. If you've got my nuts. I want a long time ago before the onset. Yes. Well, yeah, he's a good guy. He's a good guy to get. Oh, yeah. I guess I only met him once more. Thank you. Oh. George roads. Okay. Yes. I have. Yeah. He's doing his own thing. Now. So. I had done Hayes on maybe longer than seven or eight years ago. Really? Yep. Okay. I always try to get the local people radio and TV. To give the audience a chance to say Hello to them. That's great. That's great. Believe me. We all appreciate it. Anything else? He lost her. Then let's go to Charles. Hello, charles. Just last Charles. Something something drawn the system. So let's see if we can get a few conversations out of you in regards to Robert York, my buddy, how did you to meet? Nineteen eighty five. I was on the or doing the morning show at our war. Yes. Being escorted in his RV. Bobby McGuinness, his driver. Okay. Good Teamster at the time. And he was listening to the radio listening to Joe, and Andy, and he said guys and Bobby said, oh Joan Andy, you gotta you gotta listen, you gotta meet them. So he called in the show with an answer to one of our trivia questions, which happened to be disease of the week. We had Dr Peter masuchi on a good friend of mine and find physician, and he would give symptoms and people would have to call in. And then that disease in pop name the disease. I can't remember what it was. But make a long story even longer later on like a week later. So he came up to the station to meet us and say, hi, and and that's how we met. And I'll never forget it. Because when he walked in, you know, he's he was a big, man. And I I didn't know we was and I really didn't. I didn't. I never watch Vegas. And I knew he was an actor. But I didn't know what he's been on. And he looked at me. And he said, you don't have a clue who I am do you. I know you're an actor. And he shook my hand and believe me. My hand. Feel the effects of. What he squeezed it? Like, you don't know who I am Bob beyond radio guy. I'm up at three thirty in the morning. This is before DVD and all that stuff. You know? So we couldn't you know tape anything for the most part. And I said I watched it, and he looked at me, and he started laughing, and he said my wife had and I never watched vacancy and from that point on we just became really good friends. And that's how we met. It's like a perfect friendship because I'm sure for the three years. He was here in Boston filming that show. Everybody wanted to meet him. I have to tell you something. I if I when I talked to Heather his widow about doing the book, I was unsure whether I wanted to do it because I thought I'm going to have to be honest, and I want to dig up dirt on Bob, thirty seconds. Story of interviews. I just didn't have I didn't find anybody anything negative to say about them talk all about it in the book. But tell you what I've got a CBS news break locate let me do my CBS news break from the phone number again all three of the four nine two four. It's local news foregin. No CVS as loves. Suzanne. Suzanne meet Joe Martelle who was a major name in radio back. Eighty ninety. Nice meet you this is. Thank you very much. Appreciate your. Welcome Joe, let's get out of Suzanne's way. So she and do the news. I'm gonna throw it to us. Zan? Suzanne sauce fill with the news here and busy. The never it matters. Where you get your news WBZ News Radio. Forty five degrees in Boston at twelve thirty one. Here's what's happening. 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"benner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:38 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Posted on Twitter that there was quote, no collusion. No, obstruction, complete and total. Exoneration democratic leaders called on bar to release the full Muller report. And here's house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff in an interview yesterday on ABC's this week talking about the special counsel I trust in his prosecutorial judgement. But that doesn't mean, of course, that there isn't compelling and incriminating evidence that should be shared with the American people. What do you think of the Muller findings or at least the DOJ summary of them? You can call us now and let us know at our toll free number. It's eight. Eight six six seven three three six seven eight six or Email us forum kqeDorg joining us. I Katie Benner Justice department reporter with the New York Times, Katie good morning. Good morning. Thank you so much for having me. Glad to have you here. Well, the public's right to transparency. That's what presumably the Democrats are gonna push for here. But how likely is that to happen in any kind of well order, especially time order. Well, sure. Keep in mind that what the Justice department sent to the special counsel excuse me sent to congress yesterday was nearly their top line findings. They've wanted to sort of to address some of the big questions that were hanging over the report immediately. And the Justice department has not yet sent over its full summary of the Muller report. So that is still to come. Basically what's going on is right now, Robert Muller and his team are looking at the full report that they sent to attorney general Bill bar, and they are deciding for themselves. What information should be redacted what they do not think what Muller's team does not think should be made public. And then Bill bar and his team will work from what is left to decide. How to summarize best special counsel's findings and deliver them to legislators. What we're talking about? Here is for the most part classified material. Well, you know, the things that will probably be redacted. We'll be grand jury testimony that is usually not publicly shared, and then of course, any classified material and very notably any material that could pertain to an ongoing investigation. Keep in mind that Robert Mueller as heated his investigation. He stuck pretty much within the confines of of you know, his mandate. What happened in the twentieth? Sixteen election. So he referred out other cases to federal prosecutors in Manhattan and Brooklyn in Virginia and in Washington DC other questions about campaign finance violations, and perhaps even from business dealings that he might have stumbled upon. Now, there's information in the full report that he submitted to Bill bar that pertains to any of those cases. I don't think that the special counsel's office will want that publicly shared either. So when we're talking about a report that is built as being comprehensive. We're talking largely about the initial mandated that prosecutorial office that is to investigate ties to Russia and the campaign, exactly. It does seem that special counsel Robert Muller stuck very closely to his mandate and keep in mind. He was looking at three things he was looking at did Russia interfere in the two thousand sixteen election. He was looking Trump or any of his campaign team or any of his inner circle knowingly helped Russia and the effort and aided and abetted Russia as Russia tried to interfere in the election, and then third whether the president himself obstructed Justice in the midst of the MS dictation on the first question, interestingly did Russia interfere in the investigation. It is clear based on the statements that Robert Miller has put into the public and based on the letter from attorney general bar yesterday. In fact, Russia did attempt to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election. They didn't want to undermine the process and the country did in fact want to sway the election for Donald Trump. So I think on that first question we we finally do have an answer on the second question. She did not find enough evidence to support a charge that the president and his inner circle. Worked with Russia in that effort. That is something that has made Trump's detractors very very unhappy. And yet that does also seem to be a fairly final collusion from the report. The third point. Did the president obstruct Justice that has probably been the most unsatisfactory part of what Bill bar sent to congress yesterday because it seems to the special counsel's office in Robert Muller decided ultimately not to weigh in on that question, and we are told by different different Justice department officials that that was Robert Muller's decision. Let's bring Rory Lula to this is here with us in studio is professor of law UC Hastings college of law and professor constitutional law. Former federal prosecutor that's the big sticking point at this point. Isn't it ROY? I mean, the fact is that obstruction of Justice according to this special prosecutor was probably not exonerated and the president is saying he's fully exonerated. So we have some pretty strong horns locked here. Well, you're absolutely right. That. Bob Muller's letter one-sentence. It's quoted says this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, but it also does not exonerate him. So to claim exoneration is wrong. I do think it's very unsatisfying because the bar letter has a legal error in it and the air seems to be the idea that because there was no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia that suggests you can't obstruct Justice because you can't obstruct that investigation because the investigation yielded nothing. That's just legally. Incorrect you can obstruct Justice whether investigation leads to anything or not obstruction of Justice is a wholly separate idea which is interfering with an ongoing investigation that legal error. I think is the premise for this exoneration if you wanna call it that by Bill bar, and that's just wrong. What do you think it was punted to Bill bar and rod Rosenstein, I mean, the fact of the matter is that special prosecutor mother could have gone forward with the prosecution couldn't he well. I don't think. He thought so I think he believes that he has to follow DOJ policy, which is that the president can't be indicted. And and he says that he says apparently in his letter, this is not a normal prosecutive conclusion that we're reaching because since he can't be indicted. We're not going to render a conclusion his letter does say there were difficult issues of fact as well as law on the obstruction camp, this this means I think that Bob Muller believes there was plenty of evidence. There were reasonable prosecutor might have gone forward. But he didn't feel that it was his job to make that conclusion. And I'm not sure it was Bill bars job to make that conclusion either. Without at least examining the evidence, you can't examine that much evidence. Twenty eight hundred subpoenas in forty eight hours and come up with four page memo, and the Democrats, of course, they're pretty much taking the opposite position on that. And saying they have to see the underlying evidence. And wondering what your thoughts are worried about the fact that they said, no further indictments, and certainly a lot of people were cheering for others to be indicted. Particularly Trump's son, and Jared Kushner and so forth, but to say that there are no further indictments from the special prosecutor's office doesn't necessarily obviate that there can't be further indictments. I think that's absolutely right. In fact, there are cases going forward. Now. I mean, the case the criminal case against Roger stone. And Roger stone is believed to have, you know, work with the Russians in releasing hacked emails through WikiLeaks and all that. His case is still going for that's criminal case. It's still proceeding. There are other investigations we know are referred to four different US attorneys offices. We don't know where they're gonna go. I do believe it's right that the report will not want to be released to the extent impacts these pending investigations. I would say that the grand jury material is sort of a red herring. There is precedent for releasing grand jury material when the president is being investigated, both the Nixon special prosecutor and the Clintons special prosecutor their full reports went to congress and the courts, including grand jury material because the court gave permission for that. And said in this type of case, we should have everything go. So the idea that grand jury material has to be excluded at this point is just not precedent supported. Well. What about Katie Benner? Let me go back to you. Justice department reporter for the New York Times what about the public's right to know here. How much does that really figure a way in what's going to be essentially received by the US congress? I think before we address the public right now. I just want to clarify one thing in the letter sent to congress yesterday. Bill Barr says that he and rod Rosenstein made the determination that the president was you know, to not charge the president with obstruction. They specifically say that that determination was made quote without regard to and is not based on the constitutional consideration. The sitting president they say that it's concluded based on the quote evidence developed during a special counsel's investigation. So I have concluded the evidence developed during the special counsel's investigation is not sufficient to establish that the president committed obstruction of Justice offense. They're not absolutely not basing this on the idea that you candidate sitting president. And I've seen that out in the public has seen that on Twitter. That is not the case in terms of the public's, right? To now, I do think that congress is going to make a really strong argument that the public definitely does have a right to now. And that that is going to bring a lot of pressure to bear on the department itself attorney general bar rod Rosenstein afraid cognizant of it is and I've been told that in a special counsel's office. They're cognizant of this as well. And so that that there's going to be some sort of effort made to in the summary to congress address a lot of the open questions that were raised by this letter. Give more information supporting evidence, especially vis-a-vis the president. And I think that we live in a world where we can possibly expect the full report. Well, sometime at some point trouble out. No matter what anybody at the Justice department wants little where this heads now. In many people's minds is not only to congress investigating and getting material. But also to the southern district of New York and occurs to me that the southern district of New York is technically just like the prosecutor prosecutorial investigation of Robert Muller under the aegis of or under the authority of the attorney. Generally, the United States, and there's already cries and congress that well, given Bill Byers record is this really fair to have him be the interpreter. Well, that's true. And let me talk about the southern district in a second US attorney there who was appointed by President Trump has recused from Trump investigations. So it's gone down to career prosecutors in his office. Let me push back a little bit on Katie benefits point about whether this is based on the constitutional idea. You can't take the President Bill bar does say that in his letter in the two sentences before that he says we consulted with the office of legal counsel. This leaves a big question. This is a question I would investigate if I were the Democrats or anybody why did you consult with the office of legal counsel? What exactly did you ask the office of legal counsel? If you weren't asking them about the constitutional question about indicting, the president to me, the implication is that's the only reason you would go to see. So that's a question for me. Southern of New York has a reputation for being independent people jokingly refer to it as the sovereign district of New York. We'll see where they go. They're certainly business dealings and strands tied to the rest of the Trump family and the business enterprise before the election that I think that officers looking at we know that with regard to the Michael Cohen set of facts the other investigations, we're not even sure what the scope of those investigations may be. I do think it's accurate to say the special counsel has concluded. There was no Trump connection. Well, they say there was not enough evidence to connect them to a conspiracy with the Russian government. We do but Bob Muller's owed an apology by the president to some extent. And he's a hero in indicting twenty-five, Russian trolls and corporations for their interference in the election. We now know beyond reasonable doubt. I think we'll see if that's proven in court that the Russians aren't showing up for that one. Was there? Also people who've administration or tied to the campaign who lied the. Why would they lie about all these Russian contexts comes back to us? They lied about Russian contacts. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. And Katie did you want to respond to that remark of professor Louis about indicting sitting president? I'll I'm going to do is go back to the text of a letter. I don't speculate and try to get into people's heads. And assume what they may or may not have been asking about they could've came about lots of different things LLC Goodall. It takes care of many issues. But I do understand that there is a deep deep desire, especially amongst the president's detractors to come up with reasons for why. Fire's conclusions are wrong. And I I respect that desire..

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"benner" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on Accelerate!

"We'll see you in the house. All right. Let's jump into with my guest today, Dan pink, Dan, walk into the show and Paul, thanks. My pleasure. My pleasure. So. We're here to talk about your latest book when the scientific secrets of perfect timing. And is there such a thing? Perfect timing note Benner tonic. Absolutely. And the way to have better timing is recognized. The timing is not an art. It's a science and fortunately, whether were salespeople sales managers, whatever professionals, we tend to maker Tommy decisions based on intuition and gas work or really in most really fault Asians wrong to different we should be making it based on evidence data backs. Yeah. Was oral tradition in sales more than anything else. Still seems to carry the day. So so you wrote that what matters is the type of task and how task time align, and and you called which talked about you called the synchrony affects so explain what that means people. Let me take one step back though. And just say what we know about timing to different aspects of time timing over the course day timing over the course of lifetime pride dick over the course of career center at cetera until so. So a lot of this research. So so what I read about is really built on this wide array of research from multiple fields. I'm so it's not it's research and other psychology. It's an economics. But it's also in front of biology molecular biology endocrinology, and so all this bass research was flus about how to make timing essentially, our ally rather than our enemy now when we talk about the end of the day what we're talking about here. Keep in mind is following the most the biggest ideas are fraying power our cognitive abilities. Do not remain static over the course of the day. They change they change in cheerio ways they change in predictable ways..

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"benner" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on Accelerate!

"We'll see you on the house. All right. Let's jump into my guest today, Dan pink, Dan, walk into the show and Paul, thanks. My pleasure. My pleasure. So. We're here to talk about your latest book when the scientific secrets of perfect timing. And is there such a thing? Perfect timing note Benner tonic. Absolutely. And the way to have better timing is recognized. The timing is not an art. It's a science and fortunately, whether were salespeople sales managers, whatever professionals, we tend to maker Tommy decisions based on intuition and gas work or really in most really fault Asians wrong to different we should be making it based on evidence data backs. Yeah. Was oral tradition in sales more than anything else. Still seems to carry the day. So so you wrote a what ultimately matters is the type of task and how task time align, and and you called which talked about you called the synchrony affects so explain what that means people. Let me take one step back though. And just say what we know about timing to different aspects of time timing over the course day timing over the course of lifetime, of course, pride dick over the course of career center at cetera until so. So a lot of this research. So so what I read about is really built on this wide array of research from multiple fields. I'm so it's not it's research and other psychology. It's an economics. But it's also in front of biology molecular biology endocrinology, and so all this bass research was flus about how to make timing essentially, our ally rather than our enemy now when we talk by the end of the day what we're talking about here. Keep in mind is following the most the biggest ideas are fraying power our cognitive abilities. Do not remain static over the course of the day. They change they change in cheerio ways they change in predictable ways..

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"benner" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"benner" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"But yeah, seventy six see that's the that's the Mike Patton the Mandera think about but anyway. Plus the fact too that I'm hearing now that Christian Eric's and might be on his way to Madrid. Again, these will rumors, and you don't know what to believe at this point with all these players going out. And yes, kademi is great. But we need to replace them with some top quality plaza. I'm sorry. It's it's it's going to be done. All right. Well, I I will now present the next question the boys the, you know, fellow gunner Gunar of the podcast. Aren Ramsey is reportedly going to event is either January or at the end of the summer on a free transfer. I believe the rumors I've been hearing this is not good business for arsenal. We've had a bad run of you know, giving away good talent for what they're not worth. I mean, we have Chesney we have what's his name buyer Munich, not Nabri. I can't say his search search Nabri so boys. What are your thoughts on this Ramsey? I've heard people saying he's an arsenal legend. I think that's bullshit. I maybe they're just extending the goal post. Now for what a legend is. I do. I not know what a legend is anymore, but boys, what are your thoughts on this arsenal transfer business? First and foremost if you wanted to find a legend at arsenal. It's nNcholas Benner. This tool. That's. On house arrest. Please don't only for like forty five days. Okay. No. I think in this era of arsenal where nothing has been one since two thousand four two thousand five you've had FA cups who scored the game winner in two of the three Aaron Ramsey is he a legend as defined this era of arsenal. Perhaps. But I certainly think it's one of those situations where arsenal failed immensely in a in the summer transfer window by not selling Ramsey if this was their intent. You know, you can't even really argue that he's been an integral member of the arsenal squad this season. He's playing and EFL Cup matches. He's playing borderline nonsensical Europa league matches are FA Cup matches against black bull. It's obvious that unite Emory doesn't value him that much part of this is the fact that arsenal of ham showing themselves by paying Mezin ozone three hundred fifty thousand pounds a week. It looks like Ramsey is going to you've intas for a hundred forty thousand pounds week, which is ridiculous. I mean, that's value in terms of what has given you this season. But I think the most frustrating thing that you had to take away from this is an arsenal fan is that you look yet Liverpool's ability to sell Jordan, I for like twenty five or thirty million pounds or Dominic or e for thirty or thirty five million pounds. And you're like those guys have scored two goals. What in the world is going on when? You know, I've enjoyed burnt Lino this season. I think he's been certainly better than shack in an interesting young keeper. But it's arguable that we sold voice extras knee. Who is the starting goalkeeper for you Ventas team that might that might challenge for the Champions League for ten or twelve million pounds. And he was on the squad, and we can have arguments as to whether or not he's a better keeper than burn Lino. He certainly equal keeper to burn Lino, and we had him and did not just spend any money on him. And instead we spend thirty million on Lino. And the thing is that you look at that. And you just have to wonder away even Zita was even doing we we watched Sony players whether or not at surge Nabri hell even Wilshire in the year before he went on a free..

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CBS, Julie Chen and Les Moonves discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

01:49 min | 4 years ago

CBS, Julie Chen and Les Moonves discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

"Course, so much discussion. You heard it on ABC about les Moonves says the former chair now of CBS, and this is a guy who spent a lot of time recreating CBS in the nineties when it was really a faltering network and created a lot of the shows that we know. Yeah. He didn't create the who. But he did create CSI and everybody loves Raymond. And of course, the he kicked off the incredibly successful and still running survivor series made a lot of money for CBS. And and now he's out. And of course, the main discussion is about how much money he's gonna get on his way out the door. A lot could be up to one hundred million bucks. Even though CBS says that CBS, and he if he if that payout comes to pass will donate twenty million of it to me to causes. And the like will that be enough? We don't know what will it do to CBS. We don't know. What will it do to Julie Chen who happens to be married to les Moonves? And has her own very specific jobs at CBS. He is a co host on the talk their weekly or daily talk show there. And of course, isn't she the one that does big brother to? Yes. Speaking of the women have been following that a lot of women disagree with his hundred million dollar. Of course. Yeah. So with Julian the picture, I wonder what she's what's going on? Yeah. And her minor behind the family closed doors. I have a feeling that Julie Chen will not show up on the talk

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Olivia Newton-John determined to beat cancer for 3rd time

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Olivia Newton-John determined to beat cancer for 3rd time

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Meghan Markle Earns Her Spot on Vanity Fair's 2018 Best Dressed List

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Meghan Markle Earns Her Spot on Vanity Fair's 2018 Best Dressed List

"People magazine, naming Meghan Markle as its best dressed woman of two thousand eighteen and it's not even over yet twenty thousand no somebody could emerge out of nowhere real quickly. Yes. The first time they've ever had a Royal on the best dressed list. I find that hard to believe with Princess, Diana. But the rent was on one year, wasn't it. The duchess of Sussex as Megan Markle is now known followed on the list by actresses, Kate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock. I'm all Kuni Clooney that is Georgia's wife and Kim Kardashian. Yeah.

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Robin Leach, Green Bay Packers and Stacey Irvine Holland discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Robin Leach, Green Bay Packers and Stacey Irvine Holland discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

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SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

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Santa Rosa, Coty Santa and Mr. Benner discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

03:14 min | 4 years ago

Santa Rosa, Coty Santa and Mr. Benner discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

"Mr. Benner Yup thank you. Much and Santa Rosa we, still have not seen much of, a buildup from, Coty Santa, Rosa this morning at one zero one northbound Let's hope it. Doesn't do Kerr from. Windsor to. Santa Rosa one zero one southbound that's looking good basically two. Areas of congestion one through Petaluma lethal highway stain your. Road and from highway thirty seven, one zero, one southbound is slow just past Lucas valley Marin would so those are the really the the slow points. This, morning other than that folks just. Zooming along here this morning next update will be at seven forty five Daniel Tracinda's now with your chaos forecast Well we do have a few. Plans expected for the next few days topic added Eighty-three today sixty four on the coast mostly clear tonight low fifty four partly cloudy for Wednesday and Thursday temperature, staying in the eighties for the most part may creep over ninety just a tad sixties on the coast and temperatures this morning mid. Fifties once again and we haven't budged much it's seven thirty seven that a federal judge is ordering a. Temporary halt to any deportation of reunited immigrant families at the border, the US district judge in San. Diego imposed a delay of at least a week after the request from the ACLU amidst fears of imminent fast. Deportations last month the. Same judge ordered the. Trump administration. Administration that is to reunite thousands of children and parents who. Were forcibly separated at the border the judge has scheduled. Three more hearings over the next, two weeks, to ensure compliance with last week's order Temperatures around northern California could. Worsen the wildfire threat heat advisories and excessive heat warnings are ineffective. Until Wednesday for too, much of northern California the, area has already. Seen some of, the worst fires the season including the, county fire which burned over ninety thousand acres before being contained near. The Oregon border the Clemencon nearly contained but it's still burned, over thirty. Eight thousand, acres a little further south. Near Yosemite, national park the Ferguson fire continues to grow it's burned over nine thousand acres and starting last Friday yes closed one. Of the main entrances to the park to closer to home a Santa Rosa man recovering from injuries after he was beaten while confronting a trespasser blocking his driveway, victims started act like he was writing down the license plate number the man took offence to that and they started beating him kicking. Got him to the ground hit him with a belt that sergeant Spencer chrome from the sheriff's department the The incident happened early Sunday morning, in the area of, Pyner and willow side roads suspect is described as a white man five eleven two, hundred and. Forty pounds with blond hair anyone. With information is asked to call the sheriff's office a? Santa, Rosa apartment complex maintenance worker is under arrest on suspicion of stealing women's clothes police said yesterday Cornell holiday allegedly used his work keys to enter at least two female residents apartments at the complex on boas drive Santa Rosa police found numerous..

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