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 Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose

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Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers 30-28

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers 30-28

"Mason Crosby kicked the game winning fifty one yard field goal as time expired as the Packers beat the forty Niners thirty to twenty eight Aaron Rodgers was twenty two of thirty three for two hundred and sixty one yards and two touchdowns Dante Adams had twelve catches for a hundred and thirty two yards including a one yard scoring reception for the forty Niners Jimmy Garoppolo's twenty five of forty for two hundred fifty seven yards and two TV's but he also threw an interception freelance entry sermon each with a one yard scoring runs both the Packers and forty Niners are now two on one on the season Brian Lee on Santa Clara

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"brian lee" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"brian lee" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"And there are ways to exploit that name that it's possible their offense, which is good and have they stayed healthy they were going to win the whole thing? Definitely within the realm of possibilities, maybe even likely, but that doesn't mean that you just say, hey, you know what, even though we've got the Brandon, a d, That's it. There's no shot. Oh, when you've got LeBron James Davis, if they're healthy, you have a shot against any team. That's the nice part about having two guys, who when they're at their best or top-five player. Yeah, I mean, I it's it's going to be very difficult for me to say that the Lakers don't have a chance at winning a championship, if they're healthy. Because LeBron, James and Anthony. Davis, like you said, two top, five players when they're at their best and they're at their best a lot, especially in the playoffs. So, I just I'm not going to lose Faith because the Nets put together, you know, a really good series against the Boston Celtics, who like were terrible. I, I don't, I don't really take too much stock into that. But again, the Nets are Championship contenders next year regardless because they have those three guys. I just don't think it's give them a Larry O'Brien on night. One month. Ron, I've got a question here here for a Brian Lee from YouTube is asking if that is an original blue home, Jerry, West Jersey in the back, Yeah, you can't see it but right here, it's signed by Jerry. It's like really thin black ink but it's signed. Yeah my brother got it. He went on this. This memorabilia binge when he was like fifteen years old and this is one of the things he ended up with, so yeah, it is authentic. It is original. It's yeah, it's perfect for this background. Nice. Very nice. Right. I've got somebody says, please bring back Lonzo ball. It's going to take a side and trade and you need the Pelicans to work with the Lakers. There's that stupid. Pretty big hurdles there, right? I've been trying to get kind of trade, which means you're triggering the hard Cap, all that kind of stuff. Plus the Pelicans who well a little bit hostile towards the Lakers at least their fans are wage. They have to then work with the Lakers to negotiate a sign-and-trade. It would be difficult to do. But if there was a way to work it out. Yeah. I would, I would love to see that basketball. Why is Lonzo ball? Excellent. Fit the way the NBA works. The likelihood of him getting traded to the Lakers is like 0.001%, but I'm I'm rooting for it. Here's a question, Cecil Jackson? From YouTube said, read an article want to confirm could the Lakers send an additional second round, pick to the Pelicans and ask them to take the deferment off of the 20-25 pick that way, the 2012 or it can be created. I'm thinking, that's probably the Eric Pincus talking about. Yeah, that, that is something you can do. You can change things that I would change protections and off. So that is possible doesn't come up very often, does it happen very often but I'm sure if that's if that's something that the Lakers need to do, it.

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Lionel Messi's Contract Expires, but Barcelona Remain Confident in Extension

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Lionel Messi's Contract Expires, but Barcelona Remain Confident in Extension

"Brian Lee. Now Messi has officially become a free agent. Reports say that an agreement of sources in place with Cam no. Just making sure the details work for La Liga and the tax office. The 34 year old is coming off a four year contract that reportedly paid the super sent over €500 million Sources say the new contract would be for two years with Messi then heading to play in the U. S before returning to Barcelona with a back

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"brian lee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the East side foothills also in the southern part of King County, and the kids have Peninsula 34 in downtown Seattle now coming out because you're seeing a rise and liver disease. I'm Brian Calvert. They're blaming it on covert and a common habit. 309 time to check in With Cuomo's Bills Wars at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The Mariners signed a new pitcher who will not play this season for just a week ahead of spring training. Ric and Ali Some multiple sources tell us Seattle has to deal with former Houston and Toronto closer Ken Giles. Now he won't be throwing a baseball in Arizona or any time in 2021 still on the men from the famous Tommy John elbow surgery. The answer thinking big picture. Okay, We have Giles ready two years down the road when a young team might contend for a pen it 120 minor league baseball teams, including to coma, and Everett are part of MLB realignment. There will now be to Triple A divisions, East and west seasons might not start until May because of covert 19 precautions. Cougar Nation is all smiles after last night's men's basketball upset win over U C L. A. Isaac Bon Thanh led the WS You cause with 26 points, got a good group of guys and they put the work in every day, so It's probably you know, it's paying off and hopefully continues to watch who host USC tomorrow. The Trojans last night beat Washington by 15 in Seattle. 15 minutes away on Comeau News. The complicated and emotional transgender student athlete debate comes to the Washington State Legislature. Sports update to 10 and 40 After the hour Bill's words Come on news, all right, but we'll see a moron that's in about 15 minutes of 3 25 R. Come on use time. 3 11, a new survey says. We're consuming more alcohol during the pandemic, and his come was Brian Calvert tells us it's leading to a rise in a disease that could kill you. The survey was conducted by drug abuse dot com found the average Washingtonian surveyed had 16.5 drinks per week last year. Oregonians concerned 18 drinks per week last year. Both numbers surpassed the CDC is definition of a heavy drinker, which for men is 14 drinks a week so the pandemic has us drinking more. Maybe that's not news to you. But it should be a serious warning or alcohol consumption is up without questions as Dr Brian Lee, and that's been accelerated with Cove in details K A. B C, the result of the increase in drinking. We're seeing a lot more liver disease and a lot more liver disease from alcohol. It's something he hopes you take very seriously a lot of social issues that come with being a liver doctors and really Is linked to mental health, alcohol's the most common cause of and stage, liver disease and death. And for those who already know they have issues with alcohol. It's a harder time to find support, like going at their going to rehab Kona. All of those have been shut down during Cove in She can imagine how big of a problem this has been. Dr. Lee says He's noticing the direct correlation between national alcohol sales up 54% and an upswing in the diagnosis of liver disease. He's hoping you could take an objective look in the mirror and decide today not to be a future case of this deadly disease. I'm worried That this may be an ongoing epidemic after covert has gone Brian Calvert colonials so much extension and side effects from the pandemic. Thanks, Brian for the warning in the update, our combo news time now, 3 12 For what it's worth, I'm Brian Clark. With more of us getting vaccinated and some coronavirus rules being relaxed. There may be a growing temptation to leave the mask behind. The president's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci warns. We're going to be wearing masks for several several months, he tells ABC news. There's still going to be the important need to wear masks. I think we still need to do that. You want to avoid congregate settings. But you congratulate, get to the situation where you might open up restaurants with limited seating and things like that, instead of dropping masks experts now we're talking about us, doubling up to help slow the spread of the Corona virus even more. Dr. Richard Besser is former acting head. The CDC. There are gaps around the side of that mask. There may be gaps around around your nose. But if you wear a surgical mask that has a wire at the top and you pinched on your nose, and you put a cloth mask. On top of that it will ensure that there aren't the leakage is around the sides of that surgical mask For what it's worth, Ryan Clark ABC News And our common news time coming up on 3 14. Let's find out how that commutes looking. We do that every 10 minutes on the floors from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center near Su Romero. Just getting more to that stalled vehicle into coma South and I five there near Portland Avenue in the right lane. I am seeing a slow spot just behind it. So be aware that if your North Balan I five into coma that looks a little heavy approaching the Puyallup River Bridge. And then into the downtown Seattle area. Actually, I five looks great in either direction. I'm seeing more delays North on I five. As you approach 41st and everything. It looks slow just north of highway too. Just so you're aware south of Alberta Airport way south of Alberto is gonna be closed due to a gas leak that Seattle fire department is working on right now You're next. Come on. Traffic at 3 24 update on traffic sponsored by Beacon plumbing, heating and electrical called beacon today and save $50 on all electrical work. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop freakin Called Beacon All rights far as our weather situation. Let's get right back to Kristen Clark in the Coma Weather Center for an update in your diversified crawl space weather check. Big snow event is tonight.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio Some metro area gym owners feel like they're being unfairly targeted bike over 19 restrictions. Several counties gonna move to level red on the state's covert dial as of tomorrow, and that puts gyms. Under 10% capacity limit Sarah Brittingham sharing with Fox 31 that her business continues to see a 50 to 75% loss of revenue each month. Under the current capacity guidelines. Hard to know that, you know, we're sort of getting the brunt of this when I don't necessarily think that were the problem. Um, but we also understand that we're the ones they can regulate. They can't regulate these small gatherings or large gatherings in people's homes. For all the counties in Colorado, moving to level red this week, only one out of the 445 outbreaks have been traced to a gym through October. In the early part of November, there's ongoing and disputes in Wayne County, Michigan, over the certification of election results. Republican members of the board of Canvassers in Wayne County, Michigan, had agreed to certify the results of the election. Those results going to job Garden. But the GOP board members agreed to that only if there was going to be a ballot audit. But now we're learning. Those Republicans are looking to rescind on that agreement after the secretary of state said that oughta requirement was not minding. Ah, legal advisor to the Trump campaign says there were discrepancies in most of the precincts Oil, Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer had said. The two board members were putting partisan politics above their legal duty. Chill. NATO FOX News The results of the official George a hand recount of the presidential votes expected about 10 our time this morning. The recount stems from an audit required by state law in Georgia, not due to any problems with the audit of the tally and all 159 counties. It won't change the outcome, with President elect Joe Biden holding on to his lead over President Trump. The only four counties reported findings that were not part of the original count. The city of Brighton is extending its mobile testing site at Riverdale Regional Park. The rapid testing sites gonna be open through Saturday, December 5th from 9 A.m. to two PM on Tuesdays and Saturdays. People who live or work in Brighton are eligible for those free tests. Colorado paramedics remaining flexible through the latest wave of covert 19 cases. As Colorado covert cases continue to surge on men and women who arrived at your door in an emergency are learning to adapt. You see people who are very second. We have toe protect ourselves on some level, but we're also trying to provide the best care that we can. Brian Lee has been a paramedic with Denver health for more than a decade, a lot of a certain public safety because we like those dynamic environments. We like those challenges, he says. Covert as well. Layer to their job in the metro. They're seeing more calls for domestic violence, mental health and other issues aggravated by the pandemic. We're trying to help people in the best way we can mean a lot of that is just public education and helping people make informed decisions. But on the other side of the state, we help people solve their problems. Really MTV's They're dealing with the different equation now in second wave. I can't tell you that more faring as well. We have a lot of community spread and will be one of those counties going to red status on Friday. Bruce Evans Overseas Theater Pine River Fire Protection District in Lapa to county, he says the call volume is actually down, so paramedics are finding different ways to help you know they could jump in and supplemental Health Department. So I'm thinking a lot of these smaller communities where there's no services, for example, we're gonna be doing covert testing in our community on Friday morning, But a big concern for these departments, which tend to rely on volunteers is their first responders, catching the virus and having to sit out a couple weeks. That is Fox 30 One's Alex Rose reporting and welcome back Charlie Brown, the holiday tradition of watching a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Returning to TV thanks to PBS. The show ran on CBS until 20 years ago, and then it moved to ABC. But it was recently revealed in the moving again to Apple TV Plus and after now cry PBS picking up this month's special along with a Charlie Brown Christmas, Apple TV is gonna still stream both for free. It is just about 5 37. Here you are up to date, we'll get the latest to speaking of being up to date on Drew locks condition for the Broncos became sports and money news with Pat as well, it is your Thursday morning, Dr John Morrissey. Any.

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Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

Marketing School

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about why learning to say no will accelerate your success. Let's reframe this real quick and early days Neil when you're starting out as an entrepreneur. You would always look at the newest opportunities. And what would you do about those opportunities? I always said not always what most cases I said. Yes, and that's what ended up causing me to do one too many things derailing my focus and funny enough 'cause less success over time I think what Neil's also saying is a lot of us become more and more successful. You're going to have more and more opportunities coming your way, and you can either accept the fact that you're. You're drowning in opportunity, or you can do something about it and say no more and funny enough Steve Jobs said this in the past. He says what's really lead to apple. Success was the ability to say no. They said no way more things than they said yes to. And when he first came back to apple after he was fired, he shut down many different product lines, and that's just the basis of it. It's really saying no all the opportunities that you're drowning in. When you say no, and you end up focusing on the stuff that really matters. That's when you double down I was once talking to entrepreneur name Brian Lee, and he created a company called shootout with Kim Kardashian before that was legalzoom, and the most recent one was honest company with Jessica Alba. And I remember years and years ago I. Don't know Bryan while at all I. don't even know him really by interviewed him for my blog years and years ago, and he mentioned one thing that really resonated with me, and he said you need to have super laser focus only tried to do one thing at a time and the moment your growth slows down and you can't get it to keep growing. That's when you expand until then you just stick with what you're doing. Yeah more Buffett and Bill Gates when they first met I believe this is a story, or this wasn't when they first met someone albums. Like what's the secret to your success? They both wrote down one word on a piece of paper and flip it over, and they said focus was the main obey. And the other thing to do just to give more examples. You look at Zillow. You look at glass door. You look at all those companies it's who's the one guy that started all those companies again rich partner. Expedia, glass, door and Zillow, yeah, but he focused on each one. He didn't try to do all of them. At the same time, he took the domain expertise that he had is like I. Know How to build a two sided marketplace. I know how to take advantage of Joe I know that there is a gap in the marketplace attack that so he used the same thesis three times, but he didn't try to do them all at the same time and I can tell you. These guys are older and more experienced than I. can say Neal My. We're getting older. We're not up there yet with them. We don't have the. The experience that they have yet, but I can tell you as Neela I've gotten older. We've gotten better at saying. No, I'll say better than before, but still trying to get better at it. It's hard because we all have the shiny. Object Syndrome. And when you learn to say no, it'll make you really understand what you should be focusing on. Because there's so many opportunities out there. In many cases, we missed the ones that are the best ones because we say. Yes, to so many that we don't spend enough time uncovering the true potential of anyone, business or anyone, strategy or anyone concept, and the same goes with your marketing. Even in the air. Can I talk Omni Channel? Yes, you should go omni channel, but focus on one or two marketing tactics out once doom, really well before you expand into all in because there's not enough time in the day to do everything perfectly well, unless you have a massive team, the other thing is I would google the T. sheets, marketer, and really understand as a marketer that you should try to go deep on one. One thing and then you try to expand and get a little more breadth, but the depth is what you really want to folks when people talk about what Neal's known for Seo or what I'm doing for I think largely people was. This is weird, sometimes WANNA go speak at a conference. They don't know what to call way, so they called me an seo extraordinary and I don't know where the hell they got that from. The same problem yeah. Seo Eric. All right. Put into this box, but I guess that's what we know and Belize pisses me off sometimes when I'm lying. Put into a box, but you have to be okay with that because you try to be everything being nothing

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"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Report it KTAR dot com MCSO says is jails will soon have a more open concept rather than traditional cells deputy chief Brian Lee with MCSO says this allows for not only greater supervision but also more respectful relationship between inmates and correction officers KTA our eyes on education Arizona still has a shortage of teachers despite pay raises the Arizona education association says Arizona especially needs more teachers in math science and special education you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news I think we want to track teachers we got a lower the temperatures more so than even the salaries right well is there is in the works to prevent mass shootings here will Congress find common ground on guns Chuck Todd is the moderator of meet the press and the political director at NBC news he joins us most Fridays here on Arizona's morning news check it I talked to senator Martha make Sally yesterday and whether or not she is willing to back the banning of any types of weapons but I suspect she like most Republicans doesn't want to go there many Democrats want to reinstate the so called assault weapons ban I think I come up with something that works for both parties here look I think we're in if this is all in the hands of the president more than any other issue because you do you have a divided Republican Party privately and the divided among among Republicans are represent or rural areas versus Republican to represent more suburban and you see the seeing the split here you've got Republican senators from court in Pennsylvania open to expand a background check not necessarily assault weapons ban the expanded background checks you got senators that represent the south Dakota's of Wyoming's not not even for their there they're saying I'm not sure I'm ready for a red flag law so here is it that's why I say it all comes on the right he's willing to owner the background check and willing to be the guy that tell the NRA backed down then you will see I think look I think Markham XLE means when every one of most fascinating people watching this because I think she is she is one of those that has this I think right we have to state caught in it in between you know you'll have sort of a historic a culture of independence of Arizona when it comes to the gun issue and yet the fast what is Maricopa county other than the largest suburb in America right some ways no I say this with love but but the suburban movements in this country it's not like that after right right so the point is is that I think she's at the tip of the spear of this debate inside I think this sort of the Republican Party being sort of pulled in two directions right suburban Republican women wanting to see more background checks you know the rural areas you know and that's the device right you know the Republicans are right of it to Sir to said rifles are a small percentage of the firearms are used to kill people in the U. S. so banning certain types of them or are there even their high capacity magazines might really just be window dressing but she basically said what you're talking about shoring up the national background check system but didn't want to commit to adding private gun sales at least in our talk to those background checks is improving the current system really what that we can expect I think that's all you're going to get out of this current commerce okay whatever you where you fall on this I think that's all that there's the political room to move on this issue but I will say this I think it's moving in the direction of more regulation more gun regulation is coming I think this feels like step one and I think you see because I was talking to Republican strategist you said twenty eighteen he said they saw this issue for the first time play against them and all the suburban seats there's a lost in Wichita Kansas right it lasted places the Texas they weren't losing that this was it it out so there there is a leering this there so there's gonna be some movement but I think it is on on on the background checks up but you know those one wild card here the NRA is in deep trouble financially right now yeah we need to fight but they also need a political fight so they may fight harder against this simply because they need the money and energy yeah and their directors need to stop buying suits in Beverly hills six but it's six million dollar houses yeah all right check Todd catch him.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right that's how it sound when about a dozen people including several police officers pretending to be injured storm the emergency room all part of a drill to test the hospital's ability to act after a mass casualty events there are high level medical supplies needed for trauma patients do we keep enough on hand to top Larson with honor health is our pharmacy ready to respond with the proper amount of medication for a mass casualty he says the recent mass shootings highlight the fact that this could happen in any community at any time the drill also took place at four other under health hospitals across the valley result as a teen okay TA on you see a video and pictures of the drill at KTAR dot com the Maricopa county sheriff's office is dealing with the hepatitis a outbreak deputy chief Brian Lee tells K. T. A. R. correctional health services and the county public health department sign up taken have a and recommended vaccinations for those in jail or visiting we work very closely with them to provide access in the intake and really sections of our jail to screen all individuals coming and going from the jail in offering them the vaccination more than four thousand vaccinations having given in the county jails with there are nine confirmed cases of hepatitis say Arizona both terrorism is apparently feeling the burn presidential candidate Bernie Sanders leading the race among Democrats when it comes to money raised in our state pollster Mike noble with H. predictive insights says he isn't surprised he actually has the best infrastructure already in place or having ran an almost being the nominee four years ago and really hearing much of his donations online noble ads we can expect to see candidates surgeon Paul as the election season continues K. D. A. R. news time seven thirty seven here is detour.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At Scott still Osborne Medical Center yesterday right that's how it sound when about a dozen people including several police officers pretending to be injured storm the emergency room all part of a drill to test the hospital's ability to act after a mass casualty events there are high level medical supplies needed for trauma patients do we keep enough on hand to top Larson with honor health is our pharmacy ready to respond with the proper amount of medication for a mass casualty he says the recent mass shootings highlight the fact that this could happen in any community at any time the drill also took place at four other under help hospitals across the valley result as a teen okay TA are new see video and photos of the drill at KTAR dot com the Maricopa county sheriff's office is dealing with the hepatitis a outbreak deputy chief Brian Lee tells K. T. I. R. correctional health services in the county public health departments on up taken have pay and recommended vaccinations for those in jail or visiting we work very closely with them to provide access in the intake and really sections of our jail to screen all individuals coming and going from the jail in offering them the vaccination more than four thousand vaccinations have been given in the county jails where there are nine confirmed cases of hepatitis say Arizona votes Arizona's apparently feeling the burn presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is leading the race among Democrats when it comes to money raised in our state Mike noble with H. predictive insights as he isn't surprised he actually has the best infrastructure already in place or having ran an almost being the nominee four years ago and really hearing much of his donations online he says it takes time for candidates to bill donor networks noble ads we can expect to see candidate surgeon Paul as the election season continues K. D. A. R. news time by thirty seven there was again Danny Sullivan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"brian lee" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Slamming President Trump's new immigration plan saying it provides no protections for dreamers. The president tweeted about the plan this morning. The president of valley descend. Batum brace home on Twitter, a day after he unveiled a sweeping immigration reform plan that will allow more migrants in based on education and skills, less emphasis would be placed on family ties, a big proportion of those immigrants must come in through merit and skill right now only about twelve percent of immigrants are admitted based on merit that would change to fifty seven percent. The presence proposal includes a full border security, but no protections for people brought to the US illegally as children known as dreamers in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News and investigation into the cause of the largest no release of methane, in the US false California utility for the way it maintain its natural gas storage field before the two thousand fifteen blowout. The report released by the California Public utilities commission says southern California gas. Company didn't assess its wells for disaster. Potential a man has been arrested in the murder of an Idaho woman whose death has been a cold case since nineteen Ninety-six more than two decades after eighteen year old Angie dodge was raped and murdered. An Idaho falls, a man has been arrested in connection with the case, Brian Lee drips is charged with first degree murder, accused of stabbing dodge to death in nineteen Ninety-six police say his DNA matches a sample left at the crime scene. Donna's mother, Carol says she couldn't put into words how hard the journey has been for her. Hundreds of people.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KTOK

"Up to date information on potential twenty twenty presidential candidates me the, the state of play this spring out all the possible path to victory who's going to beat. Donald trump. Subscribe now to the candidates with Bret Baier wherever you get your podcasts or Fox News, podcasts dot com. Exclamation point Democrats. Slamming. President Trump's new immigration plan saying it provides no protections for dreamers. The president tweeted about the plan this morning. The president vowing descend Batum brace home on Twitter, a day after he unveiled a sweeping immigration reform plan that will allow more migrants in based on education and skills, less emphasis would be placed on family ties, a big proportion of those immigrants must come in through merit and skill right now only about twelve percent of immigrants are admitted based on merit. That would change to fifty seven percent. The presence proposal includes a full border security, but no protections for people brought to the US illegally as children known as dreamers in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News and investigation into the cause of the largest no release of methane, in the US false California utility for the way it maintain its natural gas storage field before the two thousand fifteen blowout. The report released by the California Public utilities commission says southern California gas company didn't assess its wells for disaster. Potential a man has been arrested in the murder of an Idaho woman whose death has been a cold case since nineteen Ninety-six than two decades after eighteen year old Angie dodge was raped and murdered. An Idaho falls a man has been arrested in connection with the case. Brian Lee drips as charged with first degree murder, accused of stabbing dodge to death in nineteen Ninety-six police say his DNA matches a sample left at the crime scene. Donna's mother, Carol says she couldn't put into words how hard the journey has been for her. Hundreds.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Instead of being some kind of solo act. They're all about yourself because I mean, the crowd was ROY took us. I mean, can I get at least a doubles addio? Was this land? The drive down the lane was the teamwork. And then he just throw it down with at least get doubles, by the way, why was Mullen. They're like well who is he there for well? He's a past past in-duct just there to watch and be a part of it. Yeah. Maybe for Jason. Maybe I don't know how about people coming in off the street, just Siefert. You know? Macintyre Carmen, George Siefert crew co. Yeah. Ruch was there for Vecchi tons Jerry eighty eighty was there. On and on and on. It was a great great night. So copes what else we got hockey last night sharks last night as appointing? Yeah. Played. Well, man, that's the best of three tied up to to do. You know, the famous story about me and New York and the hockey this greatest when we did probably. Great role in New York City, which was amazing. Let me have. I know probably went to Joe did it all John's New York good hockey town just for the record. So they like the Rangers back there, especially in Manhattan. So because SuperBowl week was a big deal. They took the outdoor classic. They did a mid week outdoor classic at Yankee Stadium between the Rangers and the island we've called the stadium series, Murph. They did on like a Wednesday or Thursday. Call this hell there was a real cold snap in town. So it was like six degrees outside New York. New Jersey too. Yeah. Yeah. The worst my dear, dear pal. I don't talk about enough. Dave gibson. What's up? He's a producer NBC sports. He lives in Manhattan. And I went to we on the daily Bruin together. So I went to go hang boy give and we were up in the upper east side at some place. So when you're coming down from Yankee Stadium the first kind of bar section. You hit is the upper east side right here be on the west side too. But same thing. Yeah. But we're up there. And it was about midnight and starts coming. What apparently is the post game crowd because guy walks a bunch of guys walked in and Rangers jerseys already caps and everything there shaking off the cold and get coming into the pub. And the guy was wearing a Brian Lee. Brian Leetch, man, he's a thick stout, dude. With kind of a broken all ready to rumble. You know? Yeah, they watch. They're ready to fight. I wasn't house, but I had had enough that was loose. You know, and the guy was hanging out near us at the bar, and I just wanted to be friendly. So I kind of gave a little tap on the shoulder. Literally. I said, hey, man, how was the ball game? All game. Brian ballgame man. I was like what what the blank did you say. Done with me instantly. Ballgame. I did try to be friendly. It was the hockey match totally contest. All right. The guest list might be impact Brian's fired up. He's got his ran on ten. It's we just kind of both belt. This way.

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"brian lee" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"I did how much had about forty five thousand dollars. Okay. It's making more sense. I'm thinking, I don't know how you do ninety thousand eight months on one hundred and fifty I was I couldn't make the math work. I'm feeling better. Now God for you. For you. Been married even married for almost two years, April hit two years. Okay. So year into marriage something happened. Yeah. You know? I got to the point where we got married and probably about six months afterwards. It just wanted advice and guidance on how to live life how to manage finances, and you were seeing different investment professionals and kind of being strung along, and we'd actually visited with a friend of ours in Dallas, Texas is named Brian Lee. Uh-huh. And you know, he had talked about, you know, your plan. And now he had implemented it within his own marriage. And that took me back to about seven eight years ago where I had read the total money makeover as a grad school student while doing a lot of daveramsey ish. Being investing credit card debt. And then it was just talking to him and having him walk me through. Hey, look, you've got into savings. Debt, and then bring it down without dollars. And then from there with gazelle intensity just knocked down the debt and you'll build it back up. So he turned into your own personal financial peace essentially did do the baby steps whipped right into shape. So Alison where were you in all of this discussion? Actually when the conversation was happening. I was in another room getting ready, and I heard them talking about it. And all I was thinking was in regards to my husband is he really going to do it. Are you really going to empty our savings when we get back home? Behold. That's what happened. He me and him. Sorry talking about it. And he said, you know, I'm I'm just gonna do what what do you think? And I said, well, it's it's a scary feeling. But I think we can make it, and we did will you make great money, and you both, you know, you're both obviously smart the, and so, you know, when you sit down, and you look at it, you you can see your way through this, even 'cause you know, it's a temporary thing, right? We'll get it right back. But we've got to do something different to get something different. Correct. And it's time to try a new plan of attack. Very cool. So what do you tell people now that you did it you're successful? Now, somebody comes to your house to visit. What's the secret for your next friends or you pay pay it forward to getting out of debt? The key thing is just being intentional having a game plan coming up with goals. You know, we start off with financial peace university. Once we knew that we wanted to make this journey. So following the the nine week course online motivate each other making sure that we utilize every dollar to have a written budget each and every month instead of our money's going. We were telling it where to go and finally just watching the Dave Ramsey YouTube channel, I was glued to that pretty constantly to the point where it was a little irritating. Debt-free screams. I don't watch it. It's okay. The debt free screams. The the the people calling in getting answers to my questions really was motivating. And then we had a friend of ours. As well autumn Grigsby in Dallas, Texas who made the trip out here to come support us. Wow. Yeah. So having her as we were going through the baby steps in and getting towards finalising paying off our student loans being able to pay for her to her teaching her some of the things she was very hungry. And like you say, hey, angry and wanted to learn more now, and it helped us just stay motivated and encouraged. Wow. Okay. So who was your biggest show you're going to be out of his biggest cheerleader? But who is your biggest cheerleader? Our biggest cheerleader. Definitely Brian brianna in Dallas, Texas, are they were impetus to get us started with this autumn grace be who's here as well was a cheerleader for us. And then each other. Each and every month, we we sat down as a family unit. And we included our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and decision making, and we get through this in a pretty sinked amount of time. They meant as a married. Couple actually helped bring us closer as having those conversations and discussing it and not not fighting about money that we ever did fight about money. But it just helped us to stay on the same page where our finances are going in even if there were times where one of us didn't understand mainly me not understand what was going on Paul always take the time to explain it to me and just reassuring and just being supportive of one another and going through this together too. Nice. So sweet. I can't even see you getting mad at each other. Paul was supportive and. You guys are. To suit me. You guys did great. Okay. Tell me. What was the biggest fight? You had the whole time about money. I would say the biggest fight we had the discussion was probably around the the credit cards. That was something, you know, initially. It was very very zealous in gung-ho. I've got pictures of when we cut off the credit cards, and I had to find a way to to massage that a little bit more with Allison. I tend to be very, you know, black and white. Yeah. Works or. Very straightforward syntax or not, and you know, and and just getting the understanding from her that, you know, we need to cut the data even if we're not using the credit card. We have an emergency fund that will take care of that. So over time, you know, we we got to resident hasn't there? That's good. I love it. You guys are great. Well, in a sense, both of you in your professional trainer academic training have learned that if you.

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"brian lee" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Identifying the unique value that you bring to the world knowing how to get there and actually doing being the freedom. Freedom is the doing of it is the amplification of that uniqueness and then surrounding yourself who are with people who are in the exact same mode of wanting to amplify what their uniqueness is. Very briefly. I'm going to share myself as the case study because this was really hard for me. So it's really hard. I spent so many years so many years trying to figure it out trying to build something that I didn't really want. And sacrificing my health my happiness getting all of the external things and feeling more trapped than ever. Not knowing what was wrong and was increasingly frustrating about it was when I did my exercise of best and worst my best moments were when I got drunk with Billie. Jean in argued about politics, religion and abortion. By did anyone ever see this video? Yeah. Four people watched it, and I didn't give a fuck. It was so much fun. Now reason I share this with us because when I made my best and worst list all of my best. We're like times I was performing times when I was a kid times when. I was doing the things that I thought were easy. And so I had done that before this experience, and then I hung out with billion. I went back to my hotel room and a journal. How can I do this every day? You wouldn't have to pay me. We would just talk about big ideas. And then hug it out at the end. You'll be great. That's totally weird. By the way, I've come to find not everyone enjoys this. But I sure did. So this is frustrating for me. Right. This isn't what I think my skill set is this isn't what I've practiced for ten years. But because of in thinking about this for a long time, I was reminded of an experience a moment work, Carl Icahn famous investor tweeted this tweet, and he said we currently have a large position in apple. We believed the company to be extremely undervalued spoke to Tim cook today. More to come this tweet at ID tens of billions of dollars in valuation to apple a tweet. That's weird. That's not supposed to happen. I was so as I like modified that success formula as I started to pay attention to this started to see where my uniqueness could be applied to the the actual doing. And so I was I was having dinner with Tim Ferriss read this restaurant in Austin special. Thanks to Jason Hartman who made this happen. And it was funny. A mouse a arap ran up we were sitting outside at rent. It ran up a tree and Tim says while I really want to tweet I really wanna share on social media that I just saw a rat at this restaurant. But I know that it would really hurt this restaurant. And I was like, well, that's powerful. That's kind of bad asked say that you can tweet and hurt a restaurant sales. That's kind of cool, but I was kind of fascinated with this idea of audiences. So you've heard me talk about audiences for years, right? Because I'm fascinated by this idea of somebody who has an audience can impact a brand or a business. And as I've continued to surround myself with other people, I I was really struck. By the words of Brian Lee. This is last year at the capitalism conference, and Brian is talking about how his entire process is he goes audience. I. The impact that audience brings to the world that he raises the money and he stays in the production chair. He just brings the people together. Because that's what his core skill set is and he's super humble about it puts great people in place, and he stays out of the way I want. This is really interesting, and I've listened to people like Gary talk about how that's the trend. How that's going to how that's the way even business how the the unique audiences the weird audiences are the things that will put the big brands out. So when I wrote my my vivid vision, we just went through this as a team started with this. Our end game is simple to have an audience so responsive that we can take any business to new heights when we would promote products people or brands we impact them by leveraging our audience and our network every relation. That we foster every customer that we take under our wing every video that released exist to make this endgame reality..

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"brian lee" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"It seems like every song is a different crew. So how does that work in in hip hop because it seems like the producer is intrinsic to the sound like whereas like rock, they'll they'll do their thing. But it's usually on the artist's. But it seems like it's more collaborative. Right. You're you're working with them to get what they they're sound. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, I like to think on this. I'm probably the main producer, my co-producer, if you will on the sound was Dr dre. We worked with a lot of different musicians and included a lot of different producers and everything. But one thing we did was all the songs were most of them were done in one room with me Andrey there for Oxnard, and we utilizing whoever's in the room and you're on his label now. Yes. And but did he work with you on the other two or is this relationship? It was the first one. Oh, yeah. Yep. He Malibu was pretty much like halfway done by the time. I was working with him. And then he dropped his project before. And that's when I was he put me all over Compton. And then I was like oh shit. I'm all right. I think I should drop this project now probably get time, and I wasn't signed to him. So I was able to drop it independently. So after you, okay. So after you do the the the web joy staff, and you're doing the cover album and your back in like, you know, what was the big break. What makes you sort of before you meet your let's get just like what why Venice in what what are all these albums? Do they have themes or are they just so I switched over made a decision to switch over and go by Anderson packs? A gave breezy Lovejoy my mentor at the time. Brian Lee who told me that I should actually come on this podcast and in Mike. He he hit me too you print and now I'm like a huge fan. Now. He was like fuck all this other shit, man. You need to go on that show. Like, all right. And then I started listening great. But he he just he's totally that guy, you know, put me on a bunch of different ship. When I was like, screw breezy Lovejoy that shit's corny just go by you know, you should switch it up. You're doing six seven years in one of the things he was like, you're really gonna meet Dr dre until I'm your name is breezy Lovejoy. Let me q tip is Q tips. True. That's really true. I don't think it doesn't seem like the the the hip hop world. Is that judgmental name very influenced? So it's out researchers out we might be real name managed impacts me. No name. No, get real name. So and we started going in. And and so like spent like six seven months, we we'll Brian in his apartment in producer. He was not a producer. He was really on the tech side and on the business side. And in new lot about YouTube in you know, how to blow artists up on YouTube viral moments. I get it. And he was working with another artist dumfounded that I was that was like, I always got tech consulting. Yeah. Yeah. So you saw things from that side. So but rand Matthew. Yeah. Brand messer. He's like, you really talented, but it's gonna take a lot more than that. You know? So he's like you need you need to get in a room and just work on you. You're playing drums doing trying to do too much, right? And you should simplify your life in just getting a room and and make it easier for yourself better. Better decision. So he turned his ex room into a studio just one computer and a keyboard. And he was like you can do everything yourself are inet that learn how to do. And then he'd locked you in that room in the room. I was waking up early and I was doing music going to. That's the first time. I started working like whiteboards in like drawing out what I wanted for myself and really serious would I never never done what leading goals in shape. So whiteboards with the markers. Yeah. And wake. What would you put on the whiteboard? Like, we're I so so I I would I would brainstorm so like what what what do what do I wanna sound like the artists? I even like what is my ideal came up..

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"brian lee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"The finest pro wrestlers and overall performers to grace the sport a pro wrestling, speaking of none other than William regal William regal joining Steve Austin on this classic episode today. They talk about William getting into pro wrestling. And the United Kingdom tackling about world sport talk about William regal having a WWF tryout in the early nineteen nineties. I was not aware that apparently took place at Royal Albert Hall. So maybe we'll see that on the network at some point. But also him getting into WCW, some his favorite matches doesn't talk a little about the WWE network as it was about to launch at our ethica already launched by the time this episode had aired, but it was about to launch when they recorded it. So they talk about it in that tents. I can't remember time without the DOJ network is a a weird thought of my head this day it Steve offered history. January fifteenth Steve had a busy day today. Starting off in nineteen ninety at the mid south Coliseum for US Wh show. I believe this was a taping of some sort. But Steve Austin went to a time. Limit draw with the dirty white boy, Tony Anthony better known as T L, hopper. Or if you want to get more granular uncle Cletus, former manager of the Godwin's also on the same show crime. Brian Lee defeated stunning Steve Austin on the same US w card if you've heard Steve talk a lot about on the podcast before he often references the time when he was riding in the car with Tom Prichard and Tom asked both him and Brian Lee would so stunning about Steve. And what's so primetime about Brian check this out on an episode of Monday night, Ron two thousand and one in Milwaukee stunk. All Steve Austin teamed with the APA Faruk and Bradshaw to defeat Christian edge and Kurt angle in a six man tag main event. So there's your day and Steve Austin history for January fifteenth coming up after the break, we'll hear from Steve Austin and William regal on another classic episode of the Steve Austin show. Every call comes with the share stories that dang you bumper when you nervous picked up a first date while the.

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"brian lee" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on From Scratch

"Brian started legalzoom in two thousand after working as a lawyer at Sullivan and Cromwell in Los Angeles. Bryan is a graduate of UC Berkeley, five beta Kappa and UCLA law school, welcome. Thank you. How does legalzoom work? We came up with this idea because we knew that for a lot of really common legal needs. You really can do this with out a lawyer and with just finding the information online. So we created a service where you can go online, and you can take care of things on your own. You know, you to have to go to law school for three. Years to try to figure this stuff out. And it was in a language. You didn't understand? Now, we simplify it. So that everybody has access to that what we're really trying to legalzoom democratize law. I read somewhere that seventy percent of Americans don't have a will. And it just made me wonder like what percent of people do think don't have access to the legal system. But now do because of online services such as legalzoom the American Bar Association. Always has has done studies like this in the past. And they say that about fifty percent of the people who have a legal need don't ever get it taken care of and one of the main reasons they don't is because they just don't think they can afford an attorney. And that's what we're trying to overcome at legalzoom is we're trying to say, hey, look, if you really need help you should go out and find it instead of doing nothing. I wanna talk about how you came up with the idea for legalzoom or you were working in the law, and you met your co founder, Brian Lee. At law school at UCLA. Was he also practicing law the time he was we were both attorneys, and we were kind of I'll tell you the truth. We're kind of a little miserable. Didn't really like our jobs. So we were coming up with different business ideas and trying to figure out our escape plan. And I remember seeing this this magazine and the advertise for something called we the people. I remember seeing that they had six offices and thinking, wow, if they're doing essentially paralegal like work, and they had six offices in Los Angeles. I thought there must be something there. The other thing is when you're working at the law firm there such a disconnect between what you're actually doing what you thought you'd be doing like, you know, I got into law school. My parents said like, you know, while as soon as you finish law school finally get that will the mom's been bothering me for years about once I did graduate. I I had no idea how to do all this stuff. And I think I realized that I could put something together that really blended those needs and people had a need.

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"brian lee" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"That I think it was acquired a few years ago that was acquired as a decoration for that end of the library. Reminder ninety plus percent of the books in the library were printed using that technology absent the synergies incredible, ladies and gentleman, Brian Lee and get a wonderful guest. We'll be back in just a few minutes. You're listening to speaking of art on Wham. WFAN arbor. Time for this American voice with Iran. Brought to you by a and h Lonzo service now here's their on don't hurt people and don't take their stuff. It's the perfect expression of what government should be all about in a Republic, and it is under a truly conservative stewardship. But it's not what our American constitutional Republic is all about these days. In fact, we've drifted so far toward euro socialism. That are Republicans hard to recognize our modern day unique form of American socialism. Does just the opposite hurts people and it takes their stuff. And never forget that the hardcore socialist is a communist and doesn't just want to hurt you. If you don't go along with their lockdown control the gender. They want to kill you. We are seeing that expressed openly and in the streets by their foot soldiers antiga black lives matter occupy it's always been like that on the progressive side. And thanks to a progressive school system. A majority of so-called millennials openly express their love of communism over capitalism, favoring democracy over Republic when asked what communism is they don't know. But there are puppet masters. Do they want to hurt people if they do? Don't give up their stuff for redistribution to buy votes maintain power very much. So each loan.

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"brian lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Did want really be career. It won't really say. All right. This is how you go out there and make money on support yourself film school didn't teach mcmillian how to create websites set prices or right, and negotiate contracts. Therein lies a growing disconnect between today's education system and the training. Freelancers actually need the labor market is rapidly changing, thanks in part to growth in apps that make gig work easy to find. But workers on contract. Also, don't have employer provided benefits or on the job training. And this is of particular concern to New York City, which estimates freelancers make up nearly forty percent of its workforce. Julie men is New York City Commissioner for media, and entertainment, that's a number. That's going to continue to rise with the growth in advent of on-demand, apps and other structural. Changes in the economy to address this training shortfall in October. The city partnered with the freelancers union to open the freelancers hub, it's targeted primarily at those in creative fields where work is especially competitive design, film, photography and writing the hub is located in Brooklyn alongside the independent filmmaker project about two dozen workers sit at rows of desks couches and small tables members can also access a small theater and classrooms. It's classes explain benefits or stress management. It's most popular all of it free of charge. Caitlyn peers is executive director of the freelancers union. She says freelancers need to know, how to do it all budget for taxes and health insurance and managed workflow and attract clients, and that's not all how do I brand myself. What business structure should look like how to actually plan for success how much income do I need to earn since it opened in October four thousand. People have joined the hub. It's regulars include software engineer Lupe. Can I be my Donna a Bolivia native who hopes to start freelancing next month? My Donna has sought advice on work visas, legal contracts, and business cards more critically. She says the hub has helped combat her fears of working solo she's made contacts with other freelancers from artists to musicians and fashion models. Getting no kind of supply and the way they do them for dancing. So came venue worth Pierce says the freelancers union wants to make it Fletcher's available online. But it also wants the physical space to foster networking and friendship among freelancers because the concept is really about finding the expertise, and the resources that exist within the community already and really tapping into it and bringing it into one central place, all of the training classes, for example, are taught by other freelancers that includes Brian Lee who taught a digital marketing workshop one recent evening, they used to be free. Answers one the room is packed with people from a huge demographic range Lee begins by telling them start thinking of yourself as a business. Freelancers don't want to stay money. Even if it's off wear or you help them grow their business. I think that's a fundamental shift that we have to make businesses grow by Besson. Now. The New York is not alone identifying the need for workforce training targeted at freelancers. And gig workers. The city of San Francisco offers online training courses for freelancers several companies, including general assembly linked in and skill share offer similar courses for far cheaper than a conventional college course. But members say the main benefits of the freelancers hub have been social Wendy Jau. A film producer says being around other freelancers helps her navigate the stress of lean times when paid work isn't available. I could do so much during this time instead of just being sad. And lowly and desperate and depressed as I can learn more things, I can write I can practice and that she says will hopefully lead to more.

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"brian lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"brian lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin good morning. Congressional leaders have been invited back to the White House today, but both sides are dug into their positions. So there aren't a lot of expectations for a breakthrough to end the partial government shutdown. President Trump is demanding five billion dollars in funding for his wall on the Mexican border house. Democrats meanwhile pass legislation yesterday, which would keep border security funding at one point three billion for the president. This is an issue that has been a priority since the early days of his campaign a month after then candidate Donald Trump announced he was running in two thousand fifteen he traveled to the border city of Laredo in Texas to deliver. This message certain sections, you have to have a wall, absolutely. The wall to wall will save you a tremendous amount of money, but you absolutely their areas. And you have to have the the democratic mayor of Laredo Peter signs welcomed candidate Trump at the time for excited to have on Mr. Donald Trump here in Laredo, Texas. It has provided us an opportunity to present to Mr. Trump. And his entourage. What does all about? We want to learn how the border debate looks from Laredo. So we have called up mayor signs to talk with us this morning. Thanks so much for being with us. Just spent thank you so much for the petition ritual before we moved to the present moment. I wonder if you could walk us back to win candidate Trump visited Laredo back in the day when he was running for for president. You were able to tell him about the border issues that we're facing your city. What did you describe to him? But we did we described basically what Laredo is all about. And we're the number one land port of the entire America's were the number to port in the behind Long Beach as a as a port overall port. We do over two hundred billion dollars worth of trade, primarily with Mexico. We have a strong relationship economic and beyond. A relationship with Mexico. And this is why it's so sensitive four zero at the border as how how we deal with with with Mexico, particularly trade in general because we are a logistics warehousing distribution center, right? An important center. We we and bring value to the set of Texas. But of course, the nation as well. So what did you tell them about? What did you tell them about the wall? Do you? Did you agree with that was a good idea about idea? Well, he has. And of course, we told him he was insisting on this a physical. We told them that that given the the terrain and and how the the lay of the land there. We have a network of creeks and waterways that actually Mt. Into the rivers, and it's rolling topography. It doesn't necessarily lend until engineering was I think doesn't lend itself for a physical wall. And I think at that time. And I think you you. Shoda or at least you presented the part of that interview. He did concede that that may be if through natural barriers that those could serve as a as a barrier swelled. So, but then again, he's been changing his his his mind on on the size and type of fence or very Waller or whatever. So anyway, our position there too is we don't need a physical wall. We have a natural barrier. And we express that to we consistently kept that position. I'm also the chairman of the Texas border coalition, which is really a mayors and judges from Brownsville to El Paso and and consistently. We've we've we've kept that policy in a we could do without a physical wall were very much for border security believers in we need port security means more agents of better technology things like that. Yeah. We're proposing this virtual wall concept, which now through technology, more personnel. Frankly, we work very closely. We're not a sanctuary city. We work very closely with the the federal people, they're all agencies, and then we planning. Planet continue with them and also clearing. The the vegetation. We have dense vegetation there by the river bags and working with Mexico. I personally have a very good strong relationship with the mirror of Nuevo Laredo, who's her counterpart there at the Laredo port, and and they're very open to to cooperation and willingness to to help out on these border issues. Let me ask you. So you say you don't need a while. President Trump insists that you do you are actually not in Texas at this moment, we're talking to you from Washington DC you are here. Talking with lawmakers about the border issue. Can you tell us who you've spoken with? And what what those conversations have been like is your mentioned is getting through. I think so or at least tempted very strong for us. We obviously visited with the people that are in Texas, Senator Cornyn uh Senator Cruz congressman Henry, quiet, we've been visiting with other news senators and congress people that are coming in just to impress on them. You know, the need a President Trump also stated a as part of his leveraging momentum here for the wall is that he wanted to close the border. And of course, it would be catastrophic rose is a community. But also our stayed at a Texas in the nation. Millions of jobs, depend on on crossborder trade and commerce, and we've got to be very careful as to how we approach these things. I would prefer that atop better because is is kept out because it does create all sorts of uncertainty in the markets and more. So in the trade business, just lastly, the president has asked the Pentagon to deploy troops to the border to build or upgrade existing fencing. Do you think that's a good idea? Do you need not in our area? Maybe another areas, you know there. There's gotta be a solution to it. But it's got to be practical. There's going to be effective in fiscally responsible. We personally feel that that that money could be applied some worlds, so we we we're we're expecting good things. Hopefully in the near future mayor Pete signs of Laredo, Texas. Thank you so much. There's been thank you for the time. New York City has started a new. Kind of program aimed at supporting and training. Expanding freelance workforce. The freelancers hub is what it's called. It offers classes and shared office space along with tax and legal advice for free skills that freelancers say, they don't get from a traditional education. Here's NPR's. Yuki Noguchi, nNcholas McMillan was a successful firefighter with a secure job in Trinidad and Tobago. But his passion was moviemaking. So he left it behind to study film production in New York City, then when he started freelancing three years ago mcmillian found his education left. Lots of practical gaps didn't really prepare you for career. It went really say. All right. This is how you go and make money on support yourself film school didn't teach mcmillian how to create websites set prices or right, and negotiate contracts. Therein lies a growing disconnect between today's education system and the training. Freelancers actually need the labor market is rapidly. Changing thanks in part to growth in apps that make gig work easy to find. But workers on contract. Also, don't have employer provided benefits or on the job training. And this is of particular concern to New York City, which estimates freelancers make up nearly forty percent of its workforce. Julie men is New York City Commissioner for media, and entertainment, that's number. That's going to continue to rise with the growth and advent of on-demand, apps and other structural changes. In the economy to address this training shortfall in October. The city partnered with the freelancers union to open the freelancers hub, it's targeted primarily at those in creative fields where work is especially competitive design, film, photography and writing the hub is located in Brooklyn alongside the independent filmmaker project about two dozen workers sit at rows of desks couches and small tables members can also access a small theater and classrooms. It's classes explain benefits. Or stress management. It's most popular all of it free of charge. Caitlyn peers is executive director of the freelancers union. She says freelancers need to know, how to do it all budget for taxes and health insurance and managed workflow and attract clients, and that's not all how do I brand myself what business structure, she looked like how to actually plan for success how much income do I need to earn since it opened in October four thousand people have joined the hub. It's regulars include software engineer Lupe. My Donna a Bolivia native who hopes to start freelancing next month. My Donna has sought advice on work visas, legal contracts, and business cards more critically. She says the hub has helped combat her fears of working solo she's made contacts with other freelancers from artists to musicians and fashion models getting to know that kind of people in the way, they do their financing. So it's king venue worth Pierce says the. Freelancers union wants to make it flexes available online. But it also wants the physical space to foster networking and friendship among freelancers because the concept is really about finding the expertise, and the resources that exist within the community already and really tapping into and bringing it into one central place, all of the training classes, for example, are taught by other freelancers that includes Brian Lee who taught a digital marketing workshop one recent evening used to be freelancers won the room is packed with people from a huge demographic range Lee begins by telling them start thinking of yourself as a business. Freelancers don't want to stay money. Even if it software or tech help them grow their business. I think that's a fundamental shift that we have to make businesses. Grow by best. In New York is not alone in identifying the need for workforce training targeted at freelancers. And gig workers. The city of San Francisco offers online training courses. For freelancers several companies, including general assembly linked in and skill share offer similar courses for far cheaper than a conventional college course, but members the main benefits of the freelancers hub have been social Wendy Jau film. Producer says being around other freelancers helps her navigate the stress of lean times when paid work isn't available. I could do so much during this time. So just being sad and lonely and desperate and depressed as I can learn more things I can write I can practice and that she says will hopefully lead to more work. You can a good g NPR news, New York..

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This New Program Aims To Train The Growing Freelance Workforce

"New York City has started a new kind of program aimed at supporting and training and expanding freelance workforce. The freelancers hub is what it's called. It offers classes and shared office space along with tax and legal advice for free skills that freelancers say, they don't get from a traditional education. Here's NPR's. Yuki Noguchi, nNcholas Nick million was a successful firefighter with a secure job in Trinidad and Tobago. But his passion was moviemaking. So he left it behind to study film production in New York City, then when he started freelancing three years ago mcmillian found his education left. Lots of practical gaps did went really be career. It won't really say. All right. This is how you go there and make money on support yourself school. Didn't teach mcmillian how to create websites set prices or right, and negotiate contracts. There in lies a growing disconnect between today's education system and the training. Freelancers actually need. The labor market is rapidly changing, thanks in part to growth in apps that make gig work easy to find but workers on contracts. Also, don't have employer provided benefits or on the job training. And this is of particular concern to New York City, which estimates freelancers make up nearly forty percent of its workforce. Julie men is New York City Commissioner for media, and entertainment, that's a number. That's going to continue to rise with the growth and advent of on demand, apps and other structural changes. In the Konami to address this training shortfall in October. The city partnered with the freelancers union to open the freelancers hub, it's targeted primarily at those in creative fields where work is especially competitive design, film, photography and writing the hub is located in Brooklyn alongside the independent filmmaker project about two dozen workers at rows of desks couches and small tables members can also access a small theater and classrooms. It's classes explain benefits or stress management. It's most popular all of it free of charge. Caitlyn Pierce is executive director of the freelancers union. She says freelancers need to know, how to do it all budget for taxes and health insurance and managed workflow and attract clients, and that's not all how do I brand myself what business structure, she looked like how to actually plan for success how much income do I need to earn since it opened in October four thousand people have joined the hub. It's regulars include software engineer, Lupe cavity. My Donna a Bolivia native who hopes to start freelancing next month. My Donna has sought advice on work visas, legal contracts, and business cards more critically. She says the hub has helped combat her fears of working solo she's made contacts with other freelancers from artists to musicians and fashion models getting to know that kind of people in the way, they do them for dancing, so kind. Worth Pierce says the freelancers union wants to make its lectures available online. But it also wants the physical space to foster networking and friendship among freelancers because the concept is really about finding the expertise, and the resources that exist within the community already and really tapping into bringing it into one central place, all of the training classes, for example, are taught by other freelancers that includes Brian Lee who taught a digital marketing workshop one recent evening. Freelancers won the room is packed with people from a huge demographic range Lee begins by telling them start thinking of yourself as a business. Freelancers don't want to spend money, even if it software or tech, you help them grow their business. I think that's the fundamental shift that we have to because businesses grow by besting. Now, the New York is not alone and identifying the need for workforce training targeted at freelancers. And gig workers the city of San Francisco. Offers online training courses for freelancers several companies, including general assembly linked in and skill share offer similar courses for far cheaper than a conventional college course. But members say the main benefits of the freelancers hub have been social Wendy Jau. A film producer says being around other freelancers helps her navigate the stress of lean times when paid work isn't available. I could do so much during this time. So just being sad, and lowly and desperate and depressed. I can learn more things I can bright I can practice and that she says will hopefully lead to more worth you can Gucci NPR news, New York.

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