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"blackley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"blackley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And now that we've got more data how does our Macron compare with previous strains We're pretty certain that it's obvious that he's less severe But in terms of deaths can you put some sort of more concrete percentages on that Yes but we haven't got good data on the protection against mortality but we've got good data on the protection against for armor coron or booster vaccines for example against hospitalization is nearly 90% So it's going to be substantially higher than that for deaths and in terms of care And booster rates are good among the most vulnerable population the over 60s And so I think without the boosters we would be in a really really serious situation Because although Amazon is intrinsically milder and it is so much more infectious and it spreads so rapidly through the population that we have been rescued by the boosters This big phrase that transitioned to endemic Can you just sort of compare where we're at now with omicron with perhaps bad winter flu wave Yeah that's interesting because when we look back on this winter it may well look like in terms of excess deaths whatever like a fairly bad flu year One of the good things of course we're not getting any flu this year We got it on none last year Because the measures we're taking are enough it looks like to control food which is pathetically infection infectious compared with armor crom And so I think that I'm not going to say how what we're going to have to slide in there Are we going to live in the future That's not my job And what being endemic even means But I think if we look at the facts this is not looking this winter is not looking like an outlier in terms of that Okay that was our interview with the famed Cambridge statistician to give a view an inside view a detailed view on how this on the ground is shaping up not the implications are We're going to have much more on British politics on Bloomberg Westminster today You and pots will unpack Boris Johnson's PMQ apology with labor MP for blackley and braut and Graham stringer and with Bloomberg opinion economists Therese Raphael you can catch that life at noon UK time or download the podcast later from Apple music or your preferred radio app Okay let's get you up to speed with all the latest global news now with Lee and Garrett Tom good morning and thank you Switzerland is joined Spain and the UK and suggesting that an endemic phase of COVID is now in sight the interior minister says the country is on the cusp of transitioning out of the pandemic Early this week Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez called for coronavirus to be treated like flume Now in the U.S. the Centers for Disease Control says almost all teenagers needing ICU for coronavirus are unvaccinated Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has his story The CDC says this bolsters the research that says the Pfizer regimen works in preventing severe disease and teens It has preventing 98% of the ICU visits and 94% of hospitalizations The sample sizes and teens are too small for the CDC to translate it to older populations but what it does say is that having a very sick teen is preventable CDC says reports of deaths were all unvaccinated In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe Lord sees no convincing case for the Bank of England to make a digital pounds Bloomberg's pouter condia has more A panel of lawmakers from parliament delivered a blow to the Bank of England's efforts to launch a digital currency The House of lords economic affairs committee which includes former BOE governor bourbon king raised concerns about the project They're worried the digital currency might threaten the stability of the banking system the findings are a blow to supporters of Central Bank digital currencies which would give consumers and business as a form of money that's safe as cash in London I am preacher condia Bloomberg daybreak Europe And finally Novak Djokovic has been included in the draw for the Australian open tennis but uncertainty.

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"blackley" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on WTOP

"This year has been the Jeep Wrangler Even if people don't have a need for an off road vehicle it's very popular and it also sells well because it holds its value very well It's one of the vehicles that depreciates the least And part of that is because the style hasn't changed and old versions look very similar to new ones That's Julie blackley at search site icy cars Wrangler owners do well when they sell Used wranglers a few years old are selling comparable to new versions And in some instances even higher Three of the 5 fastest selling vehicles in D.C. are actually Toyotas because they're good vehicles and because you can get them Toyota weathered the microchip storm better than other automakers and Toyotas are very popular because they are reliable and long-lasting vehicles Jeff label WTO news Just ahead the ama Kron COVID-19 variant is now found throughout countries in Europe will have the latest just ahead two 56 When we and American Eagle dot com were asked by our client repair clinic to well repair their website our digital marketing experts like Tim rolled up their sleeves and got to work If you know Tim you know that he loves a good challenge which meant that this project was pretty much the highlight of Tim's year From improving slow loading performance that plagued our client's site to slashing duplicate pages in building and optimize sitemap Tim was like a real-life action hero But of website optimization And our client reaped the benefits With major strides in their SEO like more traffic.

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"blackley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In Aggie land. Good afternoon. If you've just joined us, a lot of guests, we just talked to Tim Tebow. We're heading to Tuscaloosa right now. Our friend Holly road joining us part of the call tomorrow night for the big LSU Alabama game. Holly, great to have you on and this is so unusual because this game usually pitch top ten teams. We've had one versus two matchups, describe what it's like being there now for a game that I'm in College Station a game Alabama fans are not taking seriously. They weren't taking this one seriously either. So what's going on down there? Well, I am actually inside of the Alabama football building right now. And I can promise you that everyone in this building is taking this game very seriously. You know, coach Saban is at the best at trying to squash out what he refers to as the rat poison, right? And what that means is LSU is going to play Alabama better than any team on their schedule this year. That's a fact. And he needs his players to understand that it doesn't matter what their record is. It doesn't matter what internal strife LSU's going through. This is going to be a physical competitive football game, and he wants his players to not be focused on the exterior noise and the exterior distractions to this game. And I promise you in this building, it is all LSU. They're playing it on all the monitors, previous games against LSU. That's the focus inside the building. Holly, you hear this a lot. There are certain axioms of college football, but have you seen anyone quite execute it like Nick Saban does and is right now no, and you know Paul, I think you're like I am is we are fascinated by what we are living in an experiencing right now with Nick Saban. I didn't get to cover the Paul Bear Bryant era. And I regret that. And so I am soaking in every moment every situation with coach Saban because he is right now the greatest living coach we have in any sport. Period. And I think that it's really important to soak in what he's doing what he's saying and how he's doing it. Because we are seeing from programs like LSU, Clemson is experiencing this this year of consistently staying on top, consistently being in a national championship conversation is nearly impossible to do in this day and age of quick fixes, distractions, social media, get everything you want right now and so what Nick Saban is doing, I hope everybody takes a moment to appreciate because it's unprecedented when he's gone. I don't know that it will ever happen again. And we are seeing firsthand how difficult it is to sustain this level of consistent success because LSU hasn't been able to do it programs like Clemson are struggling with that this year and he's proving how you can do it. In Hollywood, so interesting is I was able to cover the very last two years of coach Bryant. And when it was over, there was a malaise among us because we all collectively agreed. It would never happen again in the idea. That it happened again in the same building. Not exactly the same building. The coach Bryant worked across the street in the coliseum, but I wonder as you when you meet with him when you talk to him, and as you have done with your crew, so often over the years, what is he like to deal with? Nick Saban, you know, a lot of people on the outside looking in think that coach Saban would be difficult or that he would be hard to deal with from a media standpoint. And I tell people this all the time, he's the best that I ever deal with. Because he gets it. He knows that he needs to represent his program. He needs to give us an inside glimpse, like right before I came on this show right now. I'm downstairs with Jeff Allen, their athletic trainer going through their brand new sports science center. The access that coach Saban grants us here is unprecedented around the country. He gets at what it takes to stay on top and he's secure enough in who he is that he's okay to share it with other people like us. But I'm going to tell you this Paul Todd blackley years ago who I worked with for a long, long time. He gave me a Christmas present and it was a bound book and it's a notebook from Paul Bryant from Bear Bryant. And it's in his handwriting lists of things to do. Goals for this season. And it's a manual about this big of the handwritten notes from Bear Bryant. It's one of my most prized possessions. I think Todd blacklegs for giving that to me because he knew what a football geek I am. And as you read through that Bible from Bear Bryant, you'll think Nick Saban wrote it. That's how similar and how close the way they preach the way they teach. Those philosophies are, I think it's pretty fascinating. But every time I leave here, I'm just blown away that Nick Saban got me again. He said something today that I think has changed my life forever moving forward. And he talked about the gap in capability. And it's called the capability gap. What am I capable of achieving or doing every day? And what is the gap in what I actually do every day? And you've got to be great. To be great, you have to close that capability gap and really perform at what you're capable of doing, then you've really achieved greatness. So he said that to me today and I wrote it down and I was like, well, I'm not living up to my capability, Hollywood, get your you know what together, Nick Saban coached me up today again. How I'm particularly interested in one more thing because I know you have to go. But you just spent a lot of time talking to players. And I'm not looking for a comparison to any other place. But you're at the best game every weekend. We're not talking about programs that are struggling and spiraling out of control. We're talking about the teams that are part of the CFP picture. But I'm curious what you hear from his players when you visit with them compared to not necessarily one or two other schools. But a composite of college football in general, because it's so trying to be a student these days to play football. But what are his guys like when you deal with them? And how do you and where do you see the impact that he has on them? Well, we actually got to visit with will Anderson junior who is possibly the best Jack linebacker hybrid defensive lineman that has ever played here at Alabama. And there are young quarterback Bryce young. And when they left the room, I turned to the sports information director, Josh maxon, I was like, wow. Those are incredible young people, incredible. And he said, you couldn't ask for a better kids to represent Alabama football. These are exceptional type of people. And I think Nick Saban has gotten to the point in his career that he is able to pick and choose from around the country, the types of people, the types of players he wants to be here. And I'm sure there are exceptions, not everyone here does everything right. We know that. But these are exceptional young men and I was blown away by will Anderson junior. He talked to us about the Texas a and M game. And after that loss, how the leaders on this team got together and said, this isn't good enough, just because you have Alabama football across your tests, chest doesn't mean that you just roll out every Saturday and are Alabama football. It means we have to put the work in behind the scenes in this building. And as a collective group, they made a goal that when you step into this facility into this building, it's only football. Leave the cares of the world, leave the distractions of the world outside those doors. And that was a reset that they had to make. And I think it's really important to see that that reset came from the players. And that's how coach Saban has coached them up that the players knew when it was time that they have to take over the leadership of this team and they have..

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"blackley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Congress is not subject to the mandate and congressional employees and all that good stuff, not subject to the to the mandate. Um And yes, that was a clip from Casa Blanca. Yes, it was, uh, Peter Laurie being arrested by major stressors people at Rick's Cafe American and he had to have his papers because you know, from now on, you're going to have to show your papers to go from state to state in America, just like it was like a laugh line and hunt for red October. Now it's becoming a reality because of the left because of The Democrats taking over They're crazy. Nicki Minaj is a She's a lefty. I think she should run for president as a Democrat, Of course, and Qwerty b should be her running mate. Because Cardi b. She got those fingernails. She injured herself with the fingernails from time to time. That's how long and crazy her fingernails are. But Nicki Minaj, she makes music. I don't know who listens to it. Not me. But she's fish. He's got 22 million Twitter followers. 22 million. That's a population of decent sized country and, you know, social media. That's what it's all about. It's Twitter and Facebook. And all that stuff was speaking about the funny Facebook story today. Kind of funny. It's racist and everything but The Facebook people. Because they're leftists. They're corrupt. Mark Zuckerberg calls himself a liberal liberals really today are not liberal at all Their leftists and no one is more liberal than the leftists anywhere you go in the world. But here's the Here's the thing. It's a funny word. You're familiar with black lists. Right, Blackley, you've been blacklisted. You can't come in Rick's Cafe Americaine because you've been blacklisted. Right? Well, Facebook, as it turns out, has what we're calling now, a white list because, you know, racist. It's like reminds me of Sheldon Senators Sheldon White House Democrat from Rhode Island, who belongs to a white only yacht club. And it's apparently the New York Times said, perhaps the most exclusive club in America and Sheldon White House he's the idiot that asked Brett Kavanaugh about goofing and he said flatulence, whereas 16 years old. He's the chucks right dimwit who's like US stuffed shirt from a Hollywood play about about the U. S. Senate. And he belongs to this whites only club. If you're a Republican, that would be a real issue. No Republicans belong to white only clubs. Democrats white only clubs. That's fine because they're the party of lynching people. And they're the party of the Klan and standing in schoolhouse doors, you know, not a thing. But Facebook. Let's white list VIPs. Break all of its posting rules, a new report reveals. A program at Facebook, dubbed X Check when they call it white list. It would be better that way. I think it is the party of white supremacy, after all, historically speaking, and today they just call everybody white supremacists because they're trying to get the stink off of them. So they've got a program they call X check and allows high profile users to essentially avoid the moderation process and public published posts that defy the company's rules. The Washington Excuse me, The Wall Street Journal reported. So they've got a bunch of, you know, like media people and Democrats and lefties. And at one point president Trump was on this white list too. He was president. But then, of course, they banned him altogether. Uh, little case of overcompensation, I guess. But the Wall Street Journal, uh, discovered that at Facebook, they have this white list and they have very strict rules about what you can say and what you can share and what you can do, and they've been you, and it's always conservatives that are banned, usually for telling the truth about Hunter Biden and things like that. The program, which eventually involved some 5.8 million users by 2020. Was essentially intended as a quality control measure, they said, Uh for when high profile users that's Democrats and media people accounts are flagged, but most of the posts were simply never reviewed. The white list as it's called opposite of blacklist. Good Stuff Directory consists of high profile accounts, including celebrities, politicians, Democrats and journalists, Democrats and anyone with a substantial following an influence, according to the Wall Street Journal. Yes, but they banned President Trump, So it's not anyone with my high profile. That's you know, that's the thing. So it's Democrats once again, and I'm going to guess mostly white people because it's a white list after all, so we got that going for us there. Um, now back to this, there's a Nicki Minaj thing. One of the headlines couple headlines Last night was this big thing of the Metropolitan? It's an annual event. I'm sure you're all invited to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Uh, the city that never sweeps and, um uh, it's a very It's a hotbed of celebrities. And and thanks and the event is $35,000 per ticket. But you get a meal, so you know it's not. It's not so bad. You got to drive yourself and you've got to buy your own dress, and it might look like a chick fil a bag and I'll get to that. But Um The big Met dinner, the annual Met. They just call it the Met, and it's an annual thing. It's amazing museum, and it's a great venue. A great setting. That is similar things in Washington. But but but this is ridiculous. $200,000 a table $35,000 per person. Some say it's only $30,000 per person. Maybe the maybe, like Ticketmaster. They take five grand or something like that. But Nicki Minaj, a songstress name.

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"blackley" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Same tom. You also have southern cross stereo currently affiliated with ten which rights less well than seven that affiliation deal between southern causal stereo and tan also has two years left to run and they could be also serve behind the scenes dancing going on about who might affiliate with who or who might buy who said as southern cross australia. I want a regional television network. That is the big question. In the my winds guam blackley. The sea has sent a couple of signals that the company is much more interested in audio these days so in the metro markets is got to networks got hit network and scott the triple m network and then quite strong regional radio player as well and is pushing really hard into audio through its listener app as much as anything else so it says a lot of his future about audio and audio streaming as well as traditional radio and seems a lot less interest eight in the television side of the business so i think if the company could get a good price foale. It's tv stations which are all on regional side of things. It would probably move away from that said. Possibly you could end up with ten. Buying southern cross australia's regional tae business. You could find prime ending up back in seven. You mean you think there will be consolidation as we go forward. You think that's conaway. We're going down that path even if they're not the partners necessarily yeah. I think that's the big question is who the partners are. Because for instance then when you look at the international side of things yet ten being on by viacom. Cbs have they achieved the appetite to be doing more buying and then of course one of the kind of other us by sort of way dynamics when it comes to the metro tv networks in their affiliates is they quite like the relatively easy money that comes from the affiliate so if they just get fifty percent of every dollar in advertising in the affiliate rights then that's quite nice lazy money for them so it needs to be really great deal for them to actually by the affiliates in the first place so when seven tried it with prime it was actually through a merger rather than parting with any cash. Now h. t. In day own kiss in gold. That's correct isn't it. Yes how di performing i mean. They've got some pretty high rated radio stations. Yeah so hda here there. And everywhere what used to be known as apn news and media back in the day some these days very much an audio and radio company so performing very strongly in the moment market-leading stations in sydney melbourne. And doing quite well in other markets as well and phrase teeny is such a big question of just how much of a player they can be in the coming consolidations because they've had this ongoing dispute with the tax man for a few years now which goes right back to the company's tax returns since two thousand nine on what to do with when the previous company sold is interested in new zealand newspapers. So there's about one hundred and fifty million dollars at play which maybe will end up. Just in the coffers of hd in which case then the question is what to do with their or could not with the tax man depending how things go so see. You've got very much this big question. Mark of how much of a player. Ht can be until the tax issues resolved and then just to make it really complicated on the one hand news. Cope owns fifteen percent of eighteen and on the other. Hda owns about four percent of of home company. Own media right. well we've got it it. It's incredibly tied up. A lot of these major organizations really have close affiliations with each other. And what. I think is interesting. They chop and change to like their best friends for a while. But not for long war absolutely. Yes and you definitely sit with the families as well you know. Keeping track of how kerry stokes feels about the murdoch's had the murdoch's back in the day felt about the packers. Sometimes they will be bitter enemies. And and the my one gets the sense. The kerry stokes of his new proprietor. Seven west media is actually quite close to news corp but we might see some conversations there but yeah oh media nyarumbuye kathy corner. Relatively news the previously ran lachlan. Murdoch's novara entertainment radio group and our media. I guess coverage on the asx turn over for the half year and they only had half year results of by quarter of a million dollars and delivered a profit of just a little over one hundred million which was the beginning of a recovery because as an out of home company it had it much worse the most and i get the sense that we just beginning to see catholic connoisseur strategy coming through which is very much peel plight of harms digitize the billboards because then you can run more ads on them and make more money and get out of the distractions so the moment on. The block is junkie media and the youth publishing arm which was unin by our media. But i don't think we'll be for very much longer. So that will be one of those deals and defiling before you go team the online real estate companies. You think of those as media companies domain. Rei being the two big ones yelich. It's really difficult isn't it. Because they're certainly don't have the same model. So i probably when awry about them for unmade. I think about them a little bit less. But they underpin the share prices all year both news corp and of nine so both of those organizations on more than half of them and they're huge organization so you know demand the ones majority. I'm nine ten of nearly three hundred million a year market capital his own a three point two billion and then our hey is you wouldn't think of it but is actually one of the well. Auguries the biggest media company in australia with a market capitalization of more than twenty billion. I always think is interesting. It's top twenty five thirty stock and you don't think much about it but it is a lot bigger. It's malls bigger than quotas for example and some of the is that more iconic companies that you talk about. Rei some incredibly well in the last few years look really has got international exposure and overall you know when people think about local murder. Or you know rupert murdoch's sun and the sort of increasingly dominant within news co. He's made some bad decisions. Some good decisions but hey leads the investment in rei very early stage and an excellent day also that one dale in itself probably puts it in the shade or the other mistakes. He's made enough. Tim thank you for talking to fearing grade. Always a pleasure on that. was tim. Burroughs owner of major marketing industry newsletter. On made this is a fearing great daily interview. Join me every morning for the full fearing read greed. Podcast with all the business news. You need to know archana alma. Enjoy it i..

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"blackley" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on From Scratch

"Two thousand ten se is from hollis hill queens. Welcome it's my pleasure to be here jessica. Before we get started noticing that you are wearing some red nail polish. Can i see your hands for a second. What do you call that color. she's pampered. When did that color come out. Probably about ten years ago. But it's so apropos. Now since i'm not working and i'm enjoying life and i feel very pampered. When did you get them done yesterday. As a matter of fact how did you come up with a name she's pampered. It was from a collection where it was all about opulence and this was one of six colors and it always about the theme. so she's pampered. Just looked right to me it was like a rosy red and it looked like any woman could wear it when she's feeling really special. People who know the brand se used the nail polish. They know you for your names as well as other attributes names range from wicked too fancy pants tomboy no more rockstar skinny and i feel like these neither just on the right side of nadi. Can you talk to us about your thinking surrounding the names. Well i always wanted to have a personality so if the names had a personality women would remember them if it's numbers it's so impersonal and it's like what number is it. If they don't remember the whole name they remember something about the name and this is a very funny story. A woman met me as she said to me. Oh my god you're essay. I was in a salon and this woman ashford dancing shoes. And i said that's not one of my colors. She said no no. No i know it's one of your callers. I said. I don't have anything dancing shoes to make a long story short talk about ballet slippers and i said oh got it okay ballet slippers when we went through the whole thing which you know. Everyone talks about ballet slippers when they're talking about it delicious pink color and to me. It was my days of misleading at ballet school and everyone else wore blackley leotards and i wore pink leotard so it was always that childhood memory of me being feminine and special and when the queen of england wanted the se ballet slippers received a letter with the royal crest and it was hr age and it was the hairdresser of the queen of england and basically he asked if i would sell them the polish. I said of course he wanted to know if i could ship it immediately and i said i'll hand deliver it. I mean i was. I thought i you know arrived at the moon so queen elizabeth wears ballet slippers. Wouldn't it be funny. If she warlike bikini so teeny. I would love it. I think we'd be social on her toes. Speaking of queen elizabeth there was another woman In the early days who really kind of a helped you become. I'm thinking of joan rivers. jelly. Yes joan was very special. She was on johnny carson. She was basically. I think she was side. Kick that night and johnny asked her what she was wearing and she said on the tonight show. I'm wearing jelly apple by se. And i did get to thank her before she died in person and i mean that was very special day in my life. Where were you. Were you watching the show coincidental. Yes i was. I was at johnny carson fanatic. So i didn't miss a show if i was home. I saw it and this is in. Nineteen eighty-three it was probably eighty one or two. So you didn't know this was coming to you. Can you describe the moment or you you by yourself. Sitting on your couch or i was in bed yet. Listening to joan rivers. Johnny and all of a sudden it was like did i hear right and you pinch self. They're talking about my baby. Did you get phone calls that night. Deary member yes. I did as a matter of fact lots of calls and by the next morning was like everyone was talking about it and by the way this is before a social media and this is before you're able to watch the show again and again on youtube you're lucky to have seen it otherwise you would have just heard about it absolutely. Yes how the world is strange. So i wanna go back to nineteen eighty-one when you decided to launch essay with ten thousand dollars how did you muster the ten thousand dollars. Where did that come from. I was working. I worked at henri bendel for a couple of years I was going to fit in the evening. And then after bengals. I went to work for ladies hosiery company that was owned by two brothers and they did private label pantyhose. Do you remember like the moment when you went in and you told your boss what i'm doing this company. I'm off my own. yeah i do. I said i was leaving in. He was not happy and basically said. We're not going to give you the ten year pin. And i are have to live without it and i moved on when you are ready to go. You gotta go. I love that you didn't. You didn't get your ten year pin. No i'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is essie weingarten founder of esi nail polish company with more than three hundred colors. The company was bought in two thousand. Ten by l'oreal what other ideas did you have for starting a business other than nail polish. Did you have a maniacal focus. I was pretty focused that there was no-one doing colors that were great a formula. That would be looking wet for a whole week. And if i found the chemists to do it and all major chemical companies and cosmetic companies looking at the big picture they were looking at foundations with the money is nails. The money wasn't in nails. I mean in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. They were only two big companies doing nail polish. And i just thought that you know. It made me feel special. If women started getting their nails done. Because in nineteen eighty-one women who had been elst. Were very wealthy. It wasn't a luxury that we have today where everyone can have announced on the affordable luxury. So i went looking for a chemist and that was it was a whole year of really getting ready when i found the right chemist and he gave me a few formulas and i tested them out and i found the formula that i loved than i had to give him colors. I was saving ribbons pincushions and from all my travels. I save colors. That really spoke to me. Incredible colors that was shopping and clean and clean was very important. I didn't at that particular point that we're no muddy colors in my life and He had to match the colors. And i know you're gonna laugh. But i started with twelve colors. I mean you try to start align today with twelve colors people would just turn their back on you but it was such a different world and i was a pioneer. I changed the way women. Think of nail color. It became a fashion accessory that if you nelson not polished. You're not dressed right and as you're talking to me i'm i'm curling my nails into my shirt so you don't see that i'm not wearing nail polish. You're half-dressed say. You found this chemist who. Really you know helped helped you get everything off the ground. Where who what was his or her name. And where was he was. A new jersey and his name was stanley. He's no longer with us. Unfortunately but he was a very big pot of my success. I mean i've always had an amazing team around me. He just listened so you. You launched with these twelve colors and went to the names range from well. Some of them are still in the line bordeaux which is like a very good bottle of red wine it's a deep delicious burgundy color and blunk and babies breath block. Is that true chalk. White and baby's breath was a softer white for french tip of a french manicure which was a very big part of our beginning very popular in the early eighties. So you launched and you decided to go to las vegas when you launched because the women in casinos you know. They had hands that everyone saw and also it was a meeting place of sorts for women from all the coasts who traveled there. Can you talk about. Wh- what you did in las vegas. I mean it was very important to me that i go to a place where i get the best bang for my buck. And i thought. Las vegas eighty-one between showgirls steals dancers that were always in the public i that always had beautiful hands and beautiful feet if i could get them to try the essay polish. Wow once you try you hooked. It's the best addiction around and it did work. I just left.

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"blackley" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Practices like these being planted in culture of the real estate market. Many black qualified families. Never got a shot at owning home or owning land to build on and as most of us know real estate is the game in town. Most wealthy people play in and stay in to continue making money for their future generations. So with that being said now listen to allen. Continue teaching about the history of equity in economics and how the future of black wealth creation is brighter today than it has ever been in so while other cultures were able to buy their first home in the suburbs and those home values were appreciating and they were able to happen to their home equity to do things like educate their their children pay for college. Put down payments down on businesses to really give their family a leg up. We didn't have that opportunity to create lasting equity not until really the last fifty years or so right and so we're starting with a huge disadvantage but the beauty is that we're able to catch up in some cases there's been a huge aspect of of leveling the playing field and that's really been access to opportunity access to education right like education is one of those things that helps people in this country to achieve a higher economic status than their parents. Entrepreneurship is another. It allows people to move up the economic ladder and so these venues for us or are relatively recent but today the economic opportunity for black people in this country has never been brighter on our most recent podcasts. We talked about black lives matter and all of the programs that have come out of it. All of the different corporations that have funded initiatives to try to help us not just received donations to our black charities but also to provide capital formation right venture capital dollars that we historically don't access to are now being set. Aside grants for our businesses are now being made opportunities for black. creatives are being made. there's employment opportunities for companies at companies. That are stricly not very diverse. There's opportunities to join boards and different things that never would have been thought of were it not for twenty twenty and the unfortunate circumstance of the death of george floyd. I hear you when you're talking about the opportunities here a here you when you're talking about in grants and loans and real estate in education like entrepreneurship however since it is so soon after all of the financial traumas that black folks have been through in this country since it is maybe fifty sixty years in some of that stuff. I know of still a bit foreign. And maybe even a bit scary and maybe even a bit so far out of reach for two for for some people's minds even grasp because it's been such a traumatic experience in such a no not you type of vibe for so long. I'm wondering like have your bought about you. Know that in the sense of maybe people who are are wanting to move ahead maybe people who want that one better even just ninety nine even for themselves at certain for their children halcion done are seen any research may even just thought about some things yourself on that idea of pushing past history and being comfortable with taking advantage of the options that are available now being more comfortable with understanding that no grants and loans and that is for you. That's not just for white folks. No more you know venture capitalism that is for you that traumatic that surrounds money on a on a higher level. I hope that doesn't but it feels like it's going to take even a bit longer. I'm talking about folks. Black folks getting in the stock the stock market and bonds in and black folks understanding assets in black folks understanding pooling money together to buy real estate in how bill generational wealth like do. Y'all have any thoughts surrounding ways or even avenues or journeys to take to to start the process of healing from that traumatic experiences. That so many of us in our communities have experienced in seeing fell around money. Does that make sense. No definitely makes sense in his actually something that we work on in a variety of different ways literally are telling black people walking them through the process having them results as they apply for that. Loan apply for that. Grant apply for that government funding like it applies to you. Also you are prepared. You are ready. You have what you need. Oftentimes i'm not really legit. I don't know if i really. You are legit push through. Make sure you know that money is available to us a one. I think alan and eric consistently standing on the front lines in that mission to pull our people in because we we are always applying for this funding whether for ourselves our own businesses on behalf of our clients is a we know for a fact is money is available to people who look like us so we are consistently standing on the front lines advocating and championing black people to to make these moves. But i think in addition to that what we are finding is that but people are inquisitive yesterday. Trauma is there but they are realizing the representation of seeing other black people are making it. When they see that we find is that they become very inquisitive. No they might not know the entry point but they are ready to learn. They are ready to understand. They want that that they want that growth opportunity around money around assets around what they should be doing. I think we genuinely believe that. The news that is put out about black people not having assets and not being involved in making financial decisions is a strategy to deter or to continue to distract blackley from feeling like they are. They deserve to be there. I think what's happening. Genuinely i think was in and i'm not trying to be like weirdly. Optimistic progress is being made in the form of black assets. Looks different for us. But progress is being made. And i think that outside agendas are that no. We can't allow that to happen. And so we've got to tell them that they're doing poorly for us to continue to think that that's where we belong for us to continue to be comfortable with hearing negative things about the progress that we are making with black. Well one thing live. We really have to develop is a sense of optimism around where we are today both collectively and individually. And what i mean by that is that we are of course beaten down. We have historically been discriminated against like light life is not a crystal stair for for black people but at the same time twenty twenty. Black people have more opportunity today than we have ever.

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"blackley" Discussed on Out Of The Basement Podcast

Out Of The Basement Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on Out Of The Basement Podcast

"On the app store. You're welcome okay. I gotcha good then. I i hate you less than someone who has spent whatnot working. In gaming news personal level previous previously thirteen point zero raise just came out and they've done a lot of work on lenox emulation stuff so apparently number people got steam for lennox running unfor- visiting oku but I haven't. I haven't tried for myself yet so i don't know any of the lennox games i've got thir- will work but For example i can now run chrome frequency box full time which is useful only for the fact that it means. I can run net flicks. Disney plus have was on prime that on my desktop without going through the hoops of running in a virtual machine. So it's nice. That's how i watched falcon winter soldier on friday for example I haven't heard anything new in production. Ore anything eater entrust I do know that they have to talk for pilot for the painkillers from blackley. I don't know how well it did. I don't know if they're planning on going for. I do think it's kind of a shame claiming after all three seasons well. Netflix seems to insist on making me. Watch that show. Because every time. I log in that flags Thing pops up on my screen saying hey you see them finish washing black lightning yet when you finish watching him black lightning. I'm like okay. If i wanted to watch black lightning i'd be watching black lightning. Yeah that's like mag mode is kind of annoying very annoying. I don't eat a bump up on my screen saying hey forget about this This show that you were watching. I'll get to it when i get to it. Yeah bad enough. I get inundated by emails from them. I've turned types of. I've turned off any sort of emails from afflicts. I will admit that sometimes. I'll catch it like if it's something. That's new switch on netflix. Often enough to you. See what's new and then sometimes they're like oh. I really liked marsat. So i kind of liked the emails for that but it doesn't catch my eye than i immediately so today's have a segment three. You wanna talk about any any issues that you want to bring to the roundtable any Any discussions you wanna have with with cove covert. It's been pretty limited the stuff that we've brought to the table so far but just in case some. I'm putting it out there. They're about to change my work hours. Which means every second saturday so all on you will. What every second saturday. I won't be available for.

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"blackley" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on Just The Sip

"Can say we want that. You know you can't. It's hard to play the game when you're not the person making the rules. You know what. I mean as you can keep changing the rules. That's all i think. It just took steps to get to the point where we are. We have people of different backgrounds and and and and color variations and experiences that are now in position that call the shots because as an actor even today day. I can have an opinion. Look here's about what. I have to say more about my s made. We stand what we're told and we do what we say you know but in the day everything starts to create a process. So what's so beautiful about show out of black sketch. Show is even we. They all the time. Black people were not a monolith right. So writer's room the diversity in black women it's all black female writers wrote but even in that the amount of diversity that in that rome allows us to tap expenses from all over. So i think what's great is a said. Now you've got creative. Like an isa ray who started out they to the platforms that we have now. She's started off on online and look where that got her now. We've done the work we've proven we asked but now we're no longer asking anymore. Who like now position where we're making retaining control and we're telling our stories and people are getting on board with it. They're now asking for the content now wanting to see the stories and and the beauty of a culture because it is celebrated in this something that is it's refreshing to see that when you look at the decades decades decades of the same type of stores told over and over again. The audience is pallet is diverse. And it wants more. You know when you go out every every week every friday like every now and again you want to exit labor different variety. Give me the menu on the left. By the way. I i have to know because i watched a black lady sketch show and i wonder if your friends are ever leg beach. Did you tell that story about that. Time to the writers because that seems that seems like us they did you go ahead and tell the producers now like literally as after have zero in the writing. We'll get on it and we can improvise. But i do know a lot of like for example like asha programs also star in the show lake. She does her and robina heard him say that comes up those come from like personal experiences. But i think what's great is. They started colonels by via in the room and everybody gets chime in and create the sketch as far the right as roma's concerned so i'm sure carl's people's personal lives that they told me they probably need chitchatting. Those writers rooms like while in the right kind of tea. But it's so fun that it so there is no identity in the sense that it's not so specific that's not relatable to everybody unanimity. Like you say the girl tonight. Wait. did you know. I had no idea about your story. But it's just perfect that it's relatable because we all have kind of a similar experience in the how we react to respond to things a lot of fun. It's so fun to if you guys have not seen the show what i love about. This show is every sketch is about eight ish minutes like it reminds me of what in living color was what mad. Tv was back in the day where you could sit down. You didn't have to watch ten episodes before you could skip through the episode but my favorite thing about episodes is you always know the character like we all have to go to the club. We all had the girl who played mash in high school was started tired about what he was going to get. Everyone knows somebody so for me. Black lady sketch show is what wayne's brothers were creating but with an extra layer. Yeah because we all know the funniest aman tv. With jeff wilson. Like the blackley on mad. Tv was deborah walson. Who yeah he was a queen and you know why she probably stood out is because she got to play stories again. They see other places and it has to polynesia. Debra wilson is like hello governor. Wilson like we will look but again argue maintenance house bring that extra off to the table and she was doing things no other person that cast could do because they were unique to a black woman's experience so i think also genius is even the title of the show. A black lady sketch. Show robin cole. Purpose at the beginning was for to be not be story about. Robin didi and friends. It was more of like this is a representation of a black woman ping woman pick a black story. It's not defined in the ought to one experience and hope that this is one of many future shows that put him on a platform like this so this is a black lady schedule now but hopefully there would be more a black whatever in the future. I think that's what's so great. It's interesting because i wonder if you get the same thing that i do in you know. I'm on a daytime. tv show. We talk a lot about things. Race comes up in conversations and just for instance other day we were talking about this woman whose mother had a ridden affair with charles manson while he was in jail and then she now has one with another convicted killing increase. Watts and my comment was yeah. It's kinda strange. It's always random wide ladies who are having these kinds of sort of like assorted affairs with murderers and the white lady on my show. Said you know what you're absolutely correct and this fan tweeted at me and she was like you know. How would you feel if i said a random black. It's always random black woman. And i thought about it and i was. I don't know but i'm not afraid to talk about race. And the way. I talk about racist not in a in a racist way or oppress somebody else. I talk about it for comedy. Do you guys ever get the people that say well what we did it. Why lady comedy show would you guys before they don't need to watch. The show is just the title along turns. Some people are in it just like the word. Black is such a strong powerful word. It's so strange how it turned terms. People's it just upsets upset stomach. It makes the man why fido what off. And it's like sir ma'am had troll. Have you watched the show at relax. Take effect and it's also the fact that shows to exist you never you never explore the reason why our show has to exist now. Why it's doing so well because there's been some of us like not having misdeed at the table. Yes so like. I was one of the many black women who got to test for. Snl years back when keenan thompson had made the point that where the black women on us to now so it's like the fact that these questions have to be asked. You should be annoyed at the fact that black people wanna see table and wants to play saying energy unexplored. Why do conditions are the way they are for show like ours to have to exist. Yes our show. No one would ever get to experience the layers in the range. The us on the show have been able to. Where else would. I have been able to have the opportunity to do that. So all hell all hell awful. Hbo for giving us this opportunity in this platform to do things. And i've been at this game for minute and i have not gotten the same amount of love and and feedback in appreciation for my talent and range and to be able to do and even apply a lot of my skills to.

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"blackley" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"I don't want to give it away with the damn thing no way. I got more d. l. hughley when we come back who've is the breakfast club good morning everybody is. Dj envy angela. Yeesh alameda guy. We oughta breakfast club was still kicking it with dio hugely g. what's been your own personnel experience. Go onto the doctor right. Even being able to choose the right doctor. What what has it been like for you personally. That journey well. I think everybody. Like when i first doctor doctor levin who was a great doctor when i initially started going To the doctor's office. I go to a doctor named dr brown and he would never touch me a look at. We must have it was killing me. I didn't know what was going on. Twenty twenty five years ago. Then i see this young kid walk by and you adopt and i told him what was going on and that doctor started treating me now. He treats my whole family as like so. He's any trees a lot of people but he started asking me questions. Like how can i decide. What's wrong with you if i don't have an inch an intimate at the c. You touch you. App see was gone on. What you at the care So i think that if you look at how black people are treated You don't have to look for for for the nomi soccer when she said she wasn't. You know mentally up to performing. They said that she was she. Was you know. Weaponising mental health They just don't believe us. It was sick. They don't believe us if we're ever heard they don't believe in one of the reasons we didn't get a hooked on. Opiates to the extent they the country. Because we don't have doctors though you ain't and pays online give you nothing stopping so so. I think the idea that when we tell you we heard. There's something in your mechanism in your mind can't believe they blacked like even medical doctors right now. Believe back blackley were bigger more pervious. Apparently not soupy if a black person had a superpower. It'd be the it should be the ability to make people believe that. That would be a great book. You should read the my grandma hands Ratio it's called. My grandma's hands racial is trauma in the pathway. Mending our hearts and bodies man. They talk about that at length. About how about how white people. Just feel like we're just impervious to pain. That's to me. Like even the very j marion sims Who had up until recently. A statue in You know in the park in. It's the father modern gynecology. He performed Surgery without anesthesia. On enslaved black women like almost everything that's associated with us almost everything even if you look at jim teeth more white people be off on a day. They can raise the industry. I'll be to abuse. Laker will often. And i think to make it fair. We're gonna have a june team. Wipe you work all day for free that day for us. Were you there. Things that america will accept in their things. They won't look. We made incredible leaves. We will accept the man that a man is really a woman. Trapped in and and and and women's are women's really man trapped in a man's by but we haven't grasped the concept that all black people on inherently inferior or hanley criminal like time a black person gets shot is like what about chicago. I live in san jose with the helicopter. Do like so. I think that there. When i watch you do energy with people and he was talking about how far america's come buddha judge man. What did you call them instead of how it looks right young kid but i think like everybody else. He can't wrap his mind around the fact that america either black people infantile a more people. America's been incredibly racist and monsters. Either he they hit when you when you look at the fact like they always look for. We've come yes but every one of our freedoms is attached to white people's notion of every one of our freedoms has more on in every like even the right to vote depends on what set of white men are in power at the time it gives a when it comes up relaxed incomes of when our freedoms are not in. We shouldn't have to negotiate hugh basic human freedoms but we as free as the white people in charge. That day let us be does right freedom. We don't have to negotiate freedom. I don't have to have a panel see and one of the things people say. Well it makes people feel bad. This critical race theory learning about racism is bad but change was a lot worse. That's right. After i got it so i don't i don't understand and there is this notion that you would ever has happened to. You has to have been your fault or my forefathers would just monsters like we have monsters on the on. The twenty dollar deal is the fact that we got arabia's and the murder on our money that we have to work artful is ironic to me. I i the fact that they point to create this country. And say yeah. This is what this country is all about. If this country was really about freedom just freedom liberty and justice for all we wouldn't have to fight for our rights who has the fight for the even black the only force of the only being the only being in existence that has the other as- other beings for his right to exist. It's right to just leave. No one's telling you we wanna be enjoyed. We're saying we have the basic way that our lives matter is a political statement that starts heights as right. I never thought. I'd see america associated disease. They let us walk around with mascow. I just just getting around this notion in and and help having black ones then. It's not like i hear You know and you hit this all the time black on black crime but blogging black children who have black teachers throughout the course of their educational a journey a more likely to go on the school black women and black people who have black Medical of the doctors and healthcare professionals are more likely to have a successful outcome. We can't be bad for each other if we teach you how to learn and we leave each of the life. We can't debate always Just just having black people around you make you safer an open your mind up. How can we be bad to each other. And why do we sell the notion that we are man if the ill is mind. Dl these these colonizers who who killed rate pillaged all around the world. Most violent people you've ever seen a convince the world that we'd a violent ones and each other that way too violent ones. You know like when everybody always go. We like crabs in a bucket. Well you idiot. Crabs belong in a book. If you put anything any is crazy to me. I was gonna say back to your black on black crime because yes people always bring that up. And i can't stand when people do that when it has nothing to do with the matter at hand when you're talking about police brutality against black people and they're like well black people need to stop killing each other and you're right and you say it in the book to black on black doctoring. Let's talk about that. Black on black entrepreneurship and how we help. We can help each other out so much and that representation really does matter because how do you know what you can be are doing. How can somebody help you better than somebody. That looks like you right. People we learn by seeing things like would like something in hearing things we're audio didactic to a large degree. Whatever we are right now is what we see like like people start playing stuff investment. Because they saw like people doing we started looking at what happened with black. People wants the cosby's how many went to college. Look at what happened. Now when brock obama ran for president and look how many people became involved in the political process. and you there's a direct correlation between cosby wasn't copy. Not not all the stuff that having after he then went to american acceptance.

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"blackley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"That's the News nationally, but Wil J. Endsley go along with it. A to least one governor has already announced that they will not relax this Pennsylvania. They're not going to relax the indoor mask guidelines until 70% Of the state is vaccinated. They given the craziness with craziness with which Jay Inslee has approached all of this. Oh, Daddy, Daddy will probably say now. Grocery stores, businesses, banks, whatever they can still mandate masks, even though the C D. C Has relaxed the guidelines for those of us who are vaccinated, the CDC director Says. If you vaccinated even if you get Cove it you just don't get sound in the rare event that people get infected after a vaccine, The resulting infection is more likely to have a lower viral own. Shorter in duration and likely, less risky of transmission to others. In fact, the New York Yankees just announced today That every member of their organization players coaches staff front office that everybody's been vaccinated, but they have a cove. It outbreak nine people. In the Yankee Organization, coaches and front office. Have tested positive for Cove. It But again, you don't get sick if you're vaccinated you very Blackley don't get very sick even if you're on vaccinated, But so that means no masks for the vaccinated vaccinated.

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"blackley" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on KOMO

"During May Day protests give us a look at the new tactics that Seattle police are using to handle destructive demonstrations. Comas Joel Marino has more Seattle police wouldn't discuss details of their new methods. But Jim Feudal with crime stoppers of Puget Sound, says tactics have evolved to better track lawbreakers who use a crowd is cover. They don't have to provide at that moment, proof beyond a reasonable doubt. They just have to have probable cause and then the case gets built from their food. Oh, says prosecutors now Need to pursue criminal charges following such arrests to keep the crimes from continuing. Officers can also call upon a civil attorney in each precinct for guidance on what is needed to take a case before a jury. There's a side causing the problems that the police are being held accountable. Let's hold them accountable to all 14 people arrested this past weekend have since been released from jail. The city attorney's office says their cases will still be reviewed. It will take some time to most, Joe Marino. Bill and Melinda Gates, maybe getting divorced, but their foundation will continue. The foundation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has invested nearly $54 billion in initiatives, toe and poverty and improve global health. Jeff Shulman is marketing professor at the University of Washington's Foster School of Business. People of Seattle should really be rooting for the building on the Gates Foundation to continue to thrive. Bill and Melinda Gates will stay on as co chairs and trustees of that foundation. Yesterday, they announced on Twitter that they're ending their 27 year marriage. And Thursday night football going exclusively to Amazon Prime a year earlier than originally planned. Beginning with the 2022 season, those games can only be seen on the streaming service or over the air on local TV stations. Amazon is paying the NFL of billion dollars per season for 11 years. Fox has Thursday night football through 2021 coming up on camo after we check in on sports, black white silver lot of vehicles with those colors on the highway, but when it comes to resale value, that's not what buyers are looking for. I'm Carleen Johnson. First 2 to 10. Come on. Sports Update from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Here's Eric Heights. The Mariners look to shake off. Last night's 53 lost to Baltimore as the emcee knows meat in the second game of the three games Syriza AT T Mobile Park. GM's lead one Nothing going into the eighth inning before giving up five runs. They had only three hits total, including home runs by Tom Murphy and Mitch Hanniger. The next time the Husky football team meets on the practice field. It will be August at the start of fall camp Spring practice concluded Saturday with a Purple Gold Game, a Husky stadium. Head coach Jimmy Lake, says the scrimmage offers more benefits than putting the players into a game week situation. I think every single year there's a really good start having 9000 plus fans there and hopefully, you know next year and years to come. We just have more more fans to support and to show the country that football means a lot in the city of Seattle, instead of Washington and in the Northwest and on the West Coast and in the Pac 12 In the spring game, the purple team beat the gold 20 to 13. The Seahawks added another player to their roster today as part of the NFL's international player Pathway program. They brought on Aaron Dunk or a linebacker from Germany will stay on the roster through training camp. He's also played at Arkansas State, and you'd have women's soccer team plays Second seed North Carolina Tomorrow and the NC double A sweet 16 sports attendant. 40 minutes past the hour. Americans coma News Come on news time to 11. Turns out the color of your vehicle can affect how quickly it loses value and the highest valued color at resale might surprise you. I know for me it's not one that I would bother buying a new car. It was that color combos Carleen Johnson updates after comparing the prices of more than six million new and used cars between 2017 and 2020. The latest. I see cars study determined which colors are best when it comes to re selling or trading in that car Turns out yellow vehicles hold their value. The best Julie Blackley with icy cars, the combination of yellow being a very rare color. And the fact that there isn't a high supplies for it. It all has to do with supply and demand a $37,700 for a new yellow vehicle. Three years later, average price is still just over 30 Grand versus the last place. My car's color. A gold vehicle knew it. Just under 40 grand would only be worth 21,603 years after yellow. It's beige than orange, green and gray with least appreciation. Carleen Johnson. Come on news, Carly. There's nothing wrong with a gold car. So when you're trying to find work, what are you looking for? In an employer, Como's Denise Whitaker tells us what's important to many job seekers. Finding a career versus a job is what Maura and more Americans are now looking for, especially after experiencing job loss. We're really massive changes to their jobs during the pandemic. This is why linked in, says it creates this annual list of the companies where Americans most want to work. They look for companies that give people greater ability to advance. Company stability, gender diversity and educational background, Among other factors. Thistles the fifth annual list that they've put out for the first time ever. Amazon is on top. After three years in the number three position I talked with Amazon's vice president of workforce development are Dean Williams about the reasons she gives for.

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"blackley" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"blackley" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"Yeah someone who thinks that the way to spend upon the character is by. Just putting him in crazies amy kooky situations to have him get out of them and showing that he's he's crazy he's got a good heart like is very blase has been done a million times with the care too and it's not entertaining now. The reason i mentioned airport here in this in that case that i think is even more grease with harley quinn. Because she literally doesn't have the power of deadpool yes she's put in very similar situations and she's oftentimes has written just as lazily. Deadpool is where they don't put a whole lot of emphasis on a character. I'm gonna recommend one more book home. East read carleen. That is has down the best harley quinn. Ever written charleena's is is amazing is Is probably my top five books. I read last year That's how good i think the book is. Didn't you buy that book tomorrow. It's in europe. It was written and drawn by stephen sedgwick. Because dc blackley will book is more for wasn't as an orange door for harley quinn That shows you how she got to be where she is. And it's an amazing character. Study can't recommend the book enough so if you want a good holly store a great holiday. Quanta story pickup arlene. That would be a healthy way to kind of like differentiate between something like that where it's like oh look quality in-depth awesome story versus this. Yeah like placeholder story right or hill even go back and reread justice us one through three like she was handled so much better. They're also yes. Yeah also that makes no sense because we're talking about justice. Yeah yeah. I was this close. Did you get a chance to read the The zero for this I didn't finish it. i didn't finish. I started it and realized. Oh this this isn't the same. Oh this is oh. This is a different bonus. Type thing okay. Okay so i didn't go into it but Yeah so the trench a of things note about this is that.

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"blackley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"blackley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reach across the Northeast. Fans of the most famous ground hog in the country can watch his weather predictions online this morning from member Station W. E s A and Pittsburgh Katie Blackley reports on punks. Otani fills virtual ground Hog Day celebration. Thanks to Tony residents began celebrating fills forecasts in 18 86. Each February. 2nd members of his so called inner circle will pull Phil from his enclosure and place him on a stump. According to tradition, he either sees his shadow and winter continues, or he doesn't and spring is on the way. Inner circle member and Phil's handler AJ to room says most of the rituals will still take place. The difference is, if you would turn around and look out to the crowd, you're just going to see any big hefty field because there's no public attendance for NPR news. I'm Katie Blackley in Pittsburgh Viewing is available now. Negotiations resumed today between the Chicago public School System and the Chicago Teachers Union. The school system has delayed students return to in person learning until Thursday. The union has objected to sending teachers and other staff back to school until coronavirus safety protocols are in place. Chicago's mayor says she's seen progress, The mayor had threatened to block teachers from virtual instruction. If they did not go back to classrooms. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include I Drive with remote PC, providing remote access to PCs, Max and servers from anywhere. Assisting those working from home and also enabling remote assistance for customers at remote PC dot com. Republican senator sounded optimistic yesterday after meeting with the president to talk about pandemic relief just ahead on morning edition more on whether there's a realistic chance of compromise. And in this half hour, the latest on what this Coon in Myanmar means.

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"blackley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"blackley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of thousands of people each day. They're going to be postponed. I know how hard it is to get an appointment. I know people will say I had an appointment finally. Is it really going to get rescheduled? It's really going to get rescheduled in any state run facility. Neighboring New Jersey has also declared a state of emergency because of the storm and opened warming shelters. Brian Mann NPR NEWS winter Storm warnings remain in effect there. This is NPR news. This is punks. A Tony Phil's Big Day in Pennsylvania has Katie Blackley with member station W. E s reports from Pittsburgh. This year's ceremony will be largely virtual. Thanks to Tony residents began celebrating fills forecasts in 18 86. Each February. 2nd members of his so called inner circle will pull Phil from his enclosure and place him on a stump. According to tradition. He either sees his shadow and winter continues, or he doesn't and spring is on the way. Inner circle member and Phil's handler AJ to room says most of the rituals will still take place. The difference is, if you would turn around and look out to the crowd, you're just going to see any big empty field because there's no public attendance for NPR news. I'm Katie Blackley in Pittsburgh. The U. N Security Council is expected to meet today an emergency session to consider a response to the coup and Myanmar the country's military seized power yesterday, alleging fraud in last November's general elections being Mars military chief says a state of emergency has been imposed for one year. He says he will hand back power after a new leader is chosen to replace on son Souci, who's being detained. The Nobel laureate has been the country's elected leader since 2015. Stock markets in Asia ended the day higher following a day of gains on Wall Street. Analysts say investors were encouraged by yesterday's White House meeting involving President Biden and a group of Republican senators to discuss the next coronavirus relief package in Congress. The S and P. 500 added more than 1.5%. Yesterday, the NASDAQ gained more than 2.5%. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the estate of Sameer Negi, whose bequest helps ensure access for all to quality public radio reporting and stories that encourage lifelong learning and the listeners who support this NPR station. Good morning edition. The show kicks off every morning. Of course, With the news brief and just ahead, the president plans to sign executive actions on immigration. To stem covert.

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"blackley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"blackley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Also declared a state of emergency because of the storm and opened warming shelters. Brian Mann NPR NEWS winter Storm warnings remain in effect there. This is NPR news. This is punks. A Tony Phil's Big Day in Pennsylvania as Katie Blackley with member station W. E s reports from Pittsburgh. This year's ceremony will be largely virtual. Thanks to Tony residents began celebrating fills forecasts in 18 86. Each February. 2nd members of his so called inner circle will pull Phil from his enclosure and place him on a stump. According to tradition. He either sees his shadow and winter continues, or he doesn't and spring is on the way. Inner circle member and Phil's handler AJ to room says most of the rituals will still take place. The difference is, if you would turn around and look out to the crowd, you're just going to see a big empty field because there's no public attendance for NPR news. I'm Katie Blackley in Pittsburgh. The U. N Security Council is expected to meet today in emergency session to consider a response to the coup and Myanmar the country's military seized power yesterday, alleging fraud in last November's general elections. Being Mars military chief says a state of emergency has been imposed for one year. He says he will hand back power after a new leader is chosen to replace on San Souci, who's being detained. Nobel laureate has been the country's elected leader since 2015. Stock markets in Asia ended the day higher following a day of gains on Wall Street. Analysts say investors were encouraged by yesterday's White House meeting involving President Biden and a group of Republican senators to discuss the next coronavirus relief package in Congress. The S and P. 500 added more than 1.5%. Yesterday, the NASDAQ gained more than 2.5%. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the estate of Sameer Negi, whose bequest helps ensure.

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"blackley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"blackley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Today this is america sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron howard has joined us here on sports byline. Usa tell me a little bit. About what your thoughts were. When finally jackie robinson was picked to be The african american to come in and integrate baseball so we made it as a youngster And and a lot of other people were stymied laws. You know when your child you see on thinking that job when you go and take a little different things a little differently. And as i begin to dialogue more with older people older ball players particular off when the dodgers signed. Jackie robinson there were eighteen months in america in eighteen internationally. Twenty five man roster if you put the pencil that you got four hundred measly players one jackie robinson sign you the one jackie robinson divide four hundred and to him to get the percentage of people that come up with a multipurpose zero point two five to the inside of black baseball. Say hey a bunch of cracks. No integration chris. Now let's talk about dr j. b. martin who you probably never thought to gb martin on the chicago mercantile and was president of the negro american. The martin wanted to do the following. He wanted to take the the sixteenth. I'm sorry in nikola martling. And lastly and consolidate into eight teams and expansion basis place four in the american league for internationally. We played baseball. Now look at these numbers how we had the four hundred but now you've got to additional more for the totality but that too is not divided into one two hundred. That's six divided into two to three percents and that would eliminated. Why did all the players all would be compensated for the players that they developed now as an example kansas city. Monarchs jail wilkinson. Tom bears white owners did not receive one thing about the new ridiculous. Not see one penny for new. That was Eight and that's part of the home state grace. Who's a sunday man jackson and Coming in total grace. They didn't get one penny for johnny right. Generate was the first player sign. First pitch aside from the negro league shortly after obscenely like three or four months after robinson signing so this is no nobody they just took the pairs something niggly and the bad part about it The blackley actually brought baseball back up c. Three things almost killed baseball. This country won't black sox scandal one or two and the other was that that Shutdown we had about ten twelve years ago. What the blacks didn't as much as i should have gotten out of it but just taking woman and then siphoning off was alternately destroyed. The league when jackie was Was picked and do you think he was the right. Pick to be the first player to integrate baseball. And in fact it was no question about it but i was on other program that long ago with some only jackie was one of many others and he just couldn't believe what i was saying. I see what you had damage and so this way damaging what the what the losing of. Yes and bank it. And all these degrees sw tommy thompson with the the dummy have black bands. Yes the sandwiches with all the it was all sorts of both doesn't italy. And most people just mentioned had more esteemed into black the heathen robinson here but now let me factor this in the making share knowing that will about four weeks four months. I'm sorry about four months. April may june july august and the middle east and these guys are years in fact. Most of the players in an era wanted if they were going to integrate on the radio when most of the things we look into it. As i yeah i was just going to ask you about how the players that were in the negro leagues once. The announcement was made once. Jackie got into a dodger uniform. How did they overall feel today. Feel it was tokenism or did they feel. It was going to be the opening of the door for others. They sent me do some thinking. It was a work a lot of work and a lot of crazy about it. So that's that's all pro life. We're not all alike all monolithic. So that's the big play robinson's player and a great person key and he is one of those like bail who've the by they can buddies just a first jim. You know one of the things that was worrisome at least for branch rickey and others needed a lot of research on on. Jackie was You know he was somebody that if you said something to him you know and it wasn't appropriate that he would respond very fiery and that was what what branch had said to him. You can't respond to the things that in the slurs that you're going to hear and Put that into perspective for me as somebody that knew. Jackie robinson did. I didn't know. I just as a child. I just saw him in fact Well when i mean what. I mean by that. Is that but you know talking with other players that had played with him in that all. That's what i'm talking about. He i'll take her seal team soon. Jackie show stop heels Everybody has had nothing but positive thing about it. He's they didn't bother. Nobody was quiet. They didn't participate in the foolishness. He didn't drink. he didn't just a straight out. Gentlemen way around and say i. I haven't seen by say say anything disparity with just a just a great guy. I saw the players concerned. very recently. Involved i was asked about how you feel about.

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The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)

Science Friction

06:42 min | 3 years ago

The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)

"The confusion between the open active publishing movement and predatory journals eased perhaps for another edition of the show it controversial you both charge authors to publish their pipers. Instead of plugging raiders subscribe with phase. So the open access document for that. Is that opened up on knowledge like never before afraid that up from behind traditional general pie walls but come believe the orthopedic model creates an inherent conflict of interest and that prey traded tree publishes of taking advantage of that in order to build prophet and the taking advantage of gone to who are desperate to get published in the publish. This you'll perish culture at dying. Some of them are taking up the offer because they're being tricked by the predatory publishers. And that's why I use the term predatory because they're preying on them. They're they're preying on their weaknesses that people need to get published so people are earning degrees. People are getting promotions at universities. People people are earning tenure. In some cases based on a publications in low quality fake predatory journals that don't conduct any peer review and have almost no settling at all they accept everything and we've also learned that Pharmaceutical companies are publishing their research to justify the the efficacy of their new medicines are using predatory journals to do that as well. What do you think the K.? Drive is of the predatory journal Sane has been. It's easy easy money. Jeffrey Built Blackley to all of predatory journals grew in influence as did his reputation. Publish publishes the now the push back angrily at him at criteria for inclusion on the lease at Lone ranger approach at he denora antagonism them of open active publishing some went straight to he'd universities Ladyship to attack your credibility and he became a kind of hybrid of hero in. I'm Tara how did he university respond for the most part for the first few years they were supportive of me and the legal office did help me. Could I have some tricky situations you know that. I had gotten in because of the threats from the publishers but towards the end I think they grew weary of me A.. And the support decreased. Dav receive pressure to shut Daniel blog from your university. I received the pressure but it wasn't pressure to shut shut down the blog. Things became increasingly uncomfortable towards the end before I retired I retired a year ago. Did it become uncomfortable. The university he did that some things I used to have an office and they took me out of an office and put me into a cubicle. They hired a new person to work in the library. He had two years of library experience and they made him be my supervisor. And you know part of Predatory publishing there's a broader context to it. There's a social movement behind open access publishing. A lot of people want to kill off the traditional publishers and had them all replaced with open access journals so that everybody throughout the world connects us all published research and it's a very Left wing social movement. And so the person that came in as my supervisor was among among those people and so we had strikingly kingly different ideologies about scholarly publishing. So that was way a pressured. Me Why did you. Shutdown bills leaked in in two thousand seventeen taint it has reincarnated with anonymous editors income since to protect themselves from what you went through. But why did you decide to shut it down. Well in January array of that year. I learned that the university was working with one of the publishers on my list and the results of that was that the university initiated a research. I misconduct investigation against me and I knew I hadn't engaged any research. Misconduct myself because research misconduct means means of falsification fabrication or plagiarism. By definition and I knew I hadn't done any of that yet they started this case against me and I felt very stigmatized passed by it and that kind of sealed it for me with the university. I you know take another action against me and now here was something major research misconduct case. And that's why I decided to stop the list. What was the outcome of that case the outcome in July of twenty seventeen was snow? Research misconduct found at that. Make you feel it made me feel horrible. I felt like my own university that I worked at for seventeen years. I was turning against me and I felt stigmatized and I felt like I really can continue the work. And that's why I shut down the blog and the lists you you think that builds leaked with attributes of that action. Sure it was a publisher that they worked with was a big one and the predatory Tori publishers. The ones that are doing really well are rich. They have lots and lots of money. They can hire lawyers to go after people and they can organiz well. And there are several very large very successful predatory publishers out there and and they have a lot of power and they we'll go after anybody who threatens their income publisher the publisher was frontiers. So you just ask them to be predatory publisher. Yeah Yeah and I had lots of evidence from stuff that they had published. They published an article about Chem trails in the Sky Cam conspiracy theory yeah. They published an article about that which they quickly retracted. After I wrote a blog post about it. They they published an article saying that. HIV doesn't cause AIDS. So I had lots of lots of solid evidence that they weren't really conducting Valla Peer Review Diet. It's not necessarily making them a predatory publish plenty of crap lanes up in good journals But it gets gets retracted and publishing junk. Science is one of the criteria that I use to evaluate publishers if you submit in an article to a publisher thinking it's good publisher when they're publishing crap science poor science that is a type of predation against on researchers. They don't want to be associated shared with junk science. And for the University of Colorado Dame Vera. Where Jeffrey held a tenured faculty position would not comment on any research? Misconduct misconduct investigation but told not friction that the university quote defended and supported perfect to build academic freedom to do predatory publishing part of scholarship.

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The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)

Science Friction

09:46 min | 3 years ago

The predatory publishers sucking science's blood (Summer Season)

"Quake the doot of a Predator as a reporter. You get all kinds of of little suggestions. Tips complaints this. And you can't deal with them all. This one intrigued me. I had started to hear about similar complaints and sort of once. You hear enough of them the signal adds up you think. Maybe there's a story here. What was I seeing What what the clued that? That Mela rash well. I was a researcher myself. I was a faculty librarian at my university and I did. Research probably starting five six years ago I I was always looking for publishing opportunities. I started getting letters and I started to receive these emails. Sort of saying extremely nice. Nice things to me that basically said call for Paper Journal Editors Wanting Me To submit my manuscript to their journal and they had lots of grammatical errors in addition to that one and the emails and then generally speaking editor. I don't say very nice things about you and they don't typically they don't write to you and ask you to submit a manuscript. Will you ever tempted to meet. No no I mean I'm a clinical epidemiologist in some of these journals were lifted from soil. Science right why would somebody from soil science be asking me saying Nice things about me. They wouldn't no me from anywhere he's smells a rat. I did maybe several but that rash or several thousand read via now. Well and truly on the loose predatory publishes and the Predatory Journal has become a mega industry global in reach ending ending destructive potential. In fact you're going to hear from someone who believes that the industry represents the big threat to don in the inquisition shen the US. Federal Court recently ordered one of the biggest of the company to pay up over fifty million. US dollars only make. International headquartered voted in Hyderabad in India but also operating in the US climbed the publish hundreds of medical journals found to employ deceptive business practices essentially entrapping fantasy to offer published in the Journal or participate in conferences. The Doug the ruling bye-bye predatory publishes well. Let's see if Any of that money actually moves anywhere. It's not clear with a the group will cough up that fifty million dollars which is an estimate of how much the company made from customers over a period. All whether we'll appeal we tend to leave leaked of question to its representative yet to receive a reply but it is nice. Clear message to all the Sake Journal. Publishers of the world that they're being watched watched and there could be consequences. Joan Bohannon thought journalists and now director to add an artificial intelligence data in San Fran called primer. They didn't biscuit slipping under the radar. And using American Canadian European banks to move money millions of dollars of money from a complicit gains so this court ruling basically makes that extremely inconvenient to do now. John was to present evidence in the kite board again. Anthem IQ Group by the Federal Trade Commission. Because he'd had an unusually Hansa with the publisher so all mix was one of hundreds of publishers offers that I tested in sting operation. I wrote some computer code to generate thousands of very bad scientific papers. They have been negative kind of legendary inside the back in two thousand twelve John Reporting for the general died and the Expression Predatory Journal Common News. there was a guy named Geoffrey Yu who was probably the only person around making in a big public. Stink about this and trying to actually Shine a light on it. It was very very bold effort. He had something called feels list or at least it became known as beal's lest my name is Jeffrey Bill. And I'm a retired academic librarian from University of Colorado Denver. But make the deal. Beal Blackley fame and a climb and karate he was the first to coin. The Phrase Predatory Journal the Journal. Publishers hated being malysz because it it stigmatizes them in meant that their income was decreased. Most of the predatory publishers are predatory not only in their publishing but in just the way they operate in general and they would use the heckler's actors veto. They would call the library director and complain about me and they would try to annoy people at my university as much as possible in order to manipulate those people at the university to make me stop the list so that their complaints would stop. I also received several threats of legal action including think it was is in twenty twelve international threatened to sue me for one billion dollars one billion dollars. It was just a threat. What I learned from it is that you can basically basically pay an attorney? Five hundred dollars all right a threatening letter so they they did that but they never followed through with. It was never introduced in any court consequences consequences. Jeffrey of running that black leaked were immense. And I'll come back to that. One estimate suggests that there are at least eight thousand predatory journals it is just one publisher of many but Jeffrey Bill provocatively cold. The the evil empire of Predatory Publishing I stand Dan by that statement and what they do is they really hurt a lot of people. You know the scholarly publishing system works on the honor system and people operate in good faith but oh mix international has has totally broken all that down. They use a lot of spamming to solicit article manuscripts from researchers they have journal titles that match the titles of respected journals. Usually one word off enough to confuse people that it might be the respected journal in the `field they will at People's names to their editorial boards without the person's permission people from top universities top researchers in the field and they'll use their identity to promote the journal and when the person finds out about it and ask them to remove their name. They don't remove it they just leave it there because they're operating operating from foreign country. There's really nothing you can do about it. And they especially prey on young researchers in emerging researchers researchers who don't speak English as their first language. It's not just dont. As from developing countries that a toggle though that even acknowledged problem clinical epidemiologist. David moas taste the Croats at reaching into some of America's most delayed institutions including Harvard in the analysis that we did where we looked at a close to two thousand thousand articles published in Predator journals. We found that actually the most frequent corresponding authors were from what we would call first world countries countries with lots of money and lots of resources that is troubling very troubling because it suggests that at these institutions authors may not Be Aware of predatory journals and are we need to obviously ramp up some educational activities. People think that they're sending the manuscript to a legitimate respected journal. When it's really just a phony dough mix international journal and then they quickly accept the paper without any peer review and then send them an invoice and that point the authors realized that something is wrong because There was really no peer reviewed done yet papers accepted and they have this two thousand dollars invoice that comes through email and the olmecs demanding payment. Most of them asked to withdraw the paper when they realized that they've been duped. But then omits says says you can't withdraw your paper unless you pay US withdrawal fee. An often than olmecs will publish the article quickly and one of their journals and then and they can't submit it anywhere else. Because that would be duplicate submission it would be publishing the same article twice. which is something not supposed to do that? Nothing about Predatory Street Journal devoted to pose to happening time as John Bohannon Govett when he hit them. Attest yes yeah so I just wanted some data. It's frustrating to have such an enticing story of you know bad actors that potentially raking in millions of ill-gotten dollars dollars and not get some data to find out if it's true. We stay in molecular biology from offered. Clave he plotted experiment which was pretty straightforward. And the idea in a nutshell is if I submit a really and I mean truly bad scientific paper to your journal final and you accept it with no sign of any peer review and you asked me for money then you're you're a fake journal Publisher Sharma sure. Yeah John Wanted to take to how easy it was to get published in a predatory journal it can usually take many months used even to get a pipe into a reputable contact general and even then it's not a given that partly because of what's called Peer Review essential to the conduct protest. You Do Fairmont you. You brought it up reporting your results. Submit it to a journal and then it pulled destroyed by a bunch of other daunting

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