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"carla" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Is a criminal organization does the life of blacks match? Oh absolutely, and I think there's a different the black lives matter movement is different than the black lives matter organization. Agreed. The district for which you are running is Broward and Miami Dade counties in southern Florida. I always ask candidates. You know there are certain issues that unite all of us, but but communities have issues that are probably more important in that specific spot than in the rest of the country depending on the economy in the culture and things. What what are a couple of things unique to this district? WELL UNIQUELY WE HAVE A. Quite diverse. District thirty percent actually thirty two percent of my district. Hispanics. thirteen percent blacks we have just. From the island it doesn't matter whether it's from Cuba. Jamaica put the Rico. We have a mixture of people. So we have to be able to How would I say that? Represent all the people whether they're Democrats independents or Republicans someone's that really truly cares about America. I'm sure about the citizens of this country and I think my background is military I was in the navy if you know and. To serve in the military, you have them up the country and you have some the people. So that's what we need to I. Think we need more people that served in the military spending part of Congress and the Senate and we're lacking back seventy percents or more. Our attorneys know fence, but we need them when you're in trouble but. We we don't need them right now I. Think we need more realistic people to have realistic solutions and my opponent has never had a job a real job as ver-, can you believe that it's unbelievable? Watchmen show. Here's all these years. And but you know I have to tell you Carlos. Spalding is her name. You can find our online I have to. So a friend of Mine Wesley Hunt. Running for the seventh Congressional district here in Houston Republican went to West Point. There's a patchy helicopter pilot flew fifty five combat missions great guy but on. Thursday evening or early Friday morning Thursday evening his wife had a baby, their second, their second child and there's a picture of him holding the baby and I gotTa tell you. It makes me. So I see folks in in. Congress. Dianne Feinstein leading the charge against amy. CONYBEARE is eighty seven years old. We need folks like Wesley Hunt who understood when when Congress is talking about healthcare costs here's a guy who's their baby was just born. They've been going through it. You've been delivering healthcare as a nurse. We need more of these types of experiences in Congress from people who are actually living them. And that's why I hope you win I. Wish I could vote for you and I hope our folks will send you some money and our listeners there will support you Carla spalding. She's running for the twenty third Congressional district in southern Florida Good Luck Carla. Thank you. Can't. Congress dot. com..
"carla" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"So it's quite a task but I love it. I think now I have the solution to a lot of the problems because when my patients come and. They're telling you all the things that are going on. You know they should they take all their master should they cut it back because they can't afford it just different things you know and I think right now we have an opportunity especially with Kovic I wanna say that. We have to take care of our health. This is one of the big lesson that we should take from this because. What if there's a covert twenty, two months from now? They are you going to stay in your house for another six to eight months can't do anything and be afraid? No. So it is vital that all of us seventy percent of the population of Americans are obese. And you really should take a look into that because with four helps come everything down after that. So it's what I'm saying we're not addressing the root cause which is or how because if you're healthy, you may have cool and that did but if you're not healthy, then that's why we have to worry. Let's talk about your opponent for a moment. The good news is you're running against an opponent that everyone in the country has a reason to know who she is. You know with four, hundred, thirty, five seats. That's not always the case but Debbie Wasserman Schultz all the problems she had leading the DNC she's been a very, very vocal liberal voice very polarizing figure has that helped you to draw attention not only inside the district, but outside the district to this important see. Absolute League. She's actually well known throughout the country. And it's. Not, for good reasons either they use it for not so good. But. At the end of the day of the Americans are waking up to the nonsense that has been spreading, for example, in my era where the I've been walking and they. Always say to me you know the Democrats are really for the poor and the Republicans are not. And then I'll take to them. Then why are you still poor? It's been decades. Your community has not changed one bit. And it's still the same weight was. You probably try something different and I am there to stand up for them to help protect their jobs, brings it into the community I, spend it for the constitution and most importantly for their safety which Debbie has not denounced the the violence from the black lives matter movement. So I think that's a big problem and we can't afford Florida to become a portland. Carlo Leo let me let me dig in on something. You just said about black lives matter you came out and said very publicly black lives matter does not speak for me. Why did you say that? Because it's important. They are what they're saying are portraying that the black that they're not sticking majority of blacks. In fact, I think they're using the black people to get the funding billions of dollars which goes you can look goes right to the DNC. It's not helping annual black communities have not donated any money to the schools. The black are still destroy destructive. And I don't want them to make needles bad because I don't believe in anything that they say. So they're really wanted to support the blacks and go and spend the money waiting to be run into the community with education. Pay Them to build up your own homes instead of destroying them. How about that one for a lesson then we can talk but right now it's organization..
"carla" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"The iheartradio APP right now to listen to read build America. She is a first generation, American a single working parents who emigrated to this great country from Jamaica served in the United States. Army United States Navy earned a master's degree became a college professor and a small business owner. She is running for Congress against Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and she is our guest. Her name is Carla Spalding in we're honored to have you ma'am. Thank you. Thanks for being. You know having the on your show. You Bet. All right. So I gave it a little bit of your one minute I call it the elevator pitch but for people who are not yet aware of your candidacy, it is a tough race and there's no doubt that this district Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been in this seat since two thousand four it has long been a Democrat seat but these these are the kinds of seats we have to win talk a little bit about what drove you to want to enter public life and put yourself out there to serve. Well, I started when I was in working at the Va Hospital, I worked in a clinic nursing clinic because I am a nurse. I sell Howard veterans were being treated and I thought you know politicians used to get into office once they end then they just forget about it. 'cause that's how it should started I thought. I have a chance to be a voice for the veterans, but then once I'm in. And I could see that it wasn't just the veterans. So we're having issues. There was practically many other people many other things that were going on that needed to be solved and most importantly. Now. I see the destruction where this country heading by the Democratic leadership and we have to stand up to them. For this country. I agree. Talk, a little bit about your experience as a nurse because that's not something we see a lot of in the political realm but I love this new diversity of candidates. We're seeing these Republican challengers that come from outside the traditional legal world with different backgrounds, I? Think that's important. Absolutely. Nice thing. That is one of the reason why I think it's amazing that now you have ask our nurses doctors just from just well rounded as a nurse I'm also a nursing instructor so I teach actually nurses and physicians that are not from this country who are going back into the medical feel..
‘Finally, Finally’: Suspected Killer Of Dallas-Fort Worth Teen Carla Walker Arrested For Capital Murder Nearly 50 Years Later
"A teenager nearly 50 years ago, the man arrested a person of interest during the original investigation. 77 year old Glenn McCurley is charged with capital murder in the February 1974 random killing of 17 year old Carlo Walker. Walker's brother, Jim Walker says he and the rest of the family are relieved the feeling that I had when I was notified. The word that came across my brain was finally, McCurley was actually a person of interest just two weeks after the murder, but due to a lack of DNA technology at the time, police back then were unable to connect them to the crime. Andrew Greenstein
Dallas-Fort Worth PD Announces Arrest In 1974 Cold Case Murder Of Carla Walker
"What worth police have made an arrest in the 45 year old Cold case murder of a 17 year old Western Hills student who was brutally attacked and killed in 1974. 77 Glenn McCarley is charged with capital murder in the death of Carla Walker. Walker's family told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that police concluded that McCurley was responsible for the attack on Carla and her boyfriend as they sat in his car outside Wrigley Bowling Alley. Carla had been beaten, tortured, raped and strangled before her body was dumped in a culvert near Lake Been Brooke. The Fort Worth Police Department will hold three o'clock news conference this afternoon concerning the
"carla" Discussed on Dying For Sex
"Hey Dean for sex listeners in her new podcast. Say Yes with Carla Hall Carlos Sits Down with some of the most inspiring celebrity personalities and they explore their challenges and how they got to their. Yes. With great guests like billy porter more the Stewart Gretchen, Rubin Lonnie, love and many more say yes will motivate you to get to your. Yes. In life to you're about to hear a preview of Carla's interview with Kristen Bell or they discuss everything from what Kristen feels the night before starting a new acting job to the liberation we can feel when we just admit that we don't know. To explore more of Carlos in depth interviews listen to wonder he's say, yes with Carla Hall on Apple Podcasts spotify or the windy APP wondering feel the story. Nice to know. Is there ever a time when you were super unsure about something but you said, yes anyway as if you had that safety net oh wow I feel like almost everything I've ever done has been dad I mean. I said he to that was just nuts I. Mean I was asked to dance and saying. A. Number from. On the AMI's like really early on in my career when I was on Brana Kumar's and I thought this is insane I don't have the dance training for this but there was sort of no one else to choose because it was the closest thing to someone a young girl who could play that role who had been on Broadway, and that's when they were doing all these like em many numbers from a different. TV show openings on the EMMYS and I said, yes, I was way in over my head there but. I always even if I am qualified I struggle with like the night before every job I'm like I. Don't know how to act. I. Do not know how to do this. I should not have taken this I. Don't know what I'm doing but what did you discover I mean what? What do you think you discovered about yourself when you said yes to to doing that on the emmys to to doing that dance I guess what I discovered is that if you lean on the people around you, you're going to have people. Around you whether it's in a nine to five job that you don't know how to do where you have someone sitting next to you or it's a theater performance where you have a cast and crew, you just gotTa Lean on the people around you it's one of the biggest lessons I took from doing the good place was the human connection cannot be underestimated and I was so nervous about doing that same thing until I realized there was so many solutions if I was just able to get out of my own head. And ask for them and that that did sort of start my wheels turning about how important it is to admit when you think you can't do something and just ask people for help just say like I don't know how to do this. Can you explain it to me again or could you give me more support in this area and every time I've ever done that I've been met with shockingly positive results I mean that is the brave and transparent thing to do right to just admit that you don't know something it's. The shortest distance between two lines it is this weird. Catch twenty two for human beings right like we my husband and I love talking about the human brain he he studied anthropology which he'll tell you every time you listen to his podcast but he he he loves we talk about like how interesting it is how difficult it is for humans to be vulnerable when really that is the key to everything but we think we have to put on this era of perfection of of know it all miss and don't get me wrong I live in a houseful a know it all of which I am one. But when it comes to ask him for help, we try to be very honest. With our kids for sure about how important that is how many solutions are out there if you're just willing to admit, you don't know something and you know even like tried to buy them books about how saying I. Don't know is okay. I have one small little segment at the end of my podcast called biscuit time because in real life, one of my favorite things to do is to go up to strangers and ask them hey, do you know how to make biscuits in they usually saying now and I'm like, Hey, let's let's make biscuits together but I know I freaking love that and maybe one day we'll make biscuits together but Love that I so love making biscuits with strangers but these days get in front of a group is not really you know easy or possible. So I just I decided to wrap this whole thing up in a in a few questions and you know just little quick ish questions. So are you game do it? I'm ready. All right. What's the funniest thing? Your kids have said or done this week Oh my God Oh, here we go. Listen I'M GONNA get a lot of flack for this and let me start by saying I. don't Care K.. Giving me any advice guys want any of these listeners you're welcome to tell me I'm a terrible parent I don't care I'm a great parent. I think I'm learning every day and let me stress that it's non alcoholic. Okay. So my husband brought home a six pack of Oh duels last night, and my daughter's often ask for a duels they've been at restaurants and ordered beers. That was a preview of say. Yes. I bet you want to hear the rest of Christmas story about her kids now don't you find out listening subscribe to say yes wherever you're listening right now. Today pizza powers are one hundred billion dollar global industry. 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"carla" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Sometimes, food is more than just food it's part of our community. So this year discover is giving five million dollars to support black owned restaurants to places like back in the day bakery post office pies, and hundreds more learn how you can show your support at discover dot com. Goal Club was the top Strip club in Atlanta in the nineteen nineties with patrons like Dennis Rodman Michael Jordan Madonna, the king of Sweden. But in two thousand one, the club was put on trial charges a prostitution extortion credit card fraud racketeering, and an affiliation with the mom. I'm journalist Christina Lee and I'll be taking you behind the scenes of the gold clubs scandal from the booty and bubbly to the C- courtroom drama. Listen to racket inside the goal club on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Junior, come on. Introduce there let's go all right ladies and gentlemen. It is that time is time for our reality of date with my girl college for rail. All right. Thank you June nephews. Read this is USA. You know what? Next week Steve I want you to give us an update on ninety day. Fiance people have been asking for you got hands out their. Own Stand. So. We'll take care of them. So let's go real housewives Potomac. All right. So Ashley Was Getting Ready to go to Monique's House Monique invited the lady. Do you know how it goes Steve? But it was to the Lake House and. Her husband Ashley's husband Michael was like taking the baby right? 'cause Ashley just gave birth to their son enabled need PD baby and Ashley was lying you GonNa take the baby but he was like, babysit. His Age, they need their mom. So you taking your baby taken our babies. So I don't like the way he said it by the nine. With that anyway. Because we had no problem making. Right. There you go. So the ladies they start arriving to the Lake House getting settled in and Monique. Okay. So she's an animal lover. So has this pet bird I'll my goodness is she calls the bird to Challah yes. Just like the character from no pants I guess. Name Bird yesterday. Anyway the ladies don't understand what's up on Monique and taking this bird everywhere to bird is getting on their nerves. So there at the Lake House, they're getting settled in a new housewife her name is windy and so Wendy arrives. She's upset that Ashley? What her baby on the girls trip to the Lake House 'cause windy just had a baby girl too. So she was going in on that well, why did you bring your baby? I could have bought my baby was all it this and the ladies on the show was like look Wendy. This is Joe Third Child. This is our first child. She's a new mom not I have that letter have that moment anyway she was going in Wendy was saying she wants to get to know the ladies on a deeper level in when she said deeper level, this bird took off an attack. I'll. Ask. His party. Not have a okay. Just burr win. Tom Attack it with Larry as. It was when she said the word, I want to get to know ya on a deeper level. The Bird said Chill Right Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So it was really really Allaire my master's how star no mess helpful. Not Exactly. Exactly. So we will see what happens on the trip they had a data. Drama. So I will keep you posted and let you know what will happen next week with the Lake House the reality competition show dancing with the stars is set new hose new EP executive producer Tyra banks banks. Yes. So shout out to the sister tyra banks going in. And the celebrities for dancing with the stars junior season twenty nine are Nellie Yep Carol Baskin Ydstie Tiger King Yup. Good. Helpful. Got, to. Show. Can. If I'm up hiding I'm not being high got no money Oh. Nilly. Aboard deal was on there, I know how to be shamed. Yup the Nelly Nelly on their the catfish host unit. You know the guy? Can't net Yup Nev Schulman. He's on the show. Your boy sees NBA. Star Charles? Oakley is on down. From Cleveland, it ain't going to be good oaks nickname big country. We grew up. Kenny clean decide who you won't he going. Out Oh. No audience on dancing with the stars. So we'll see what tyra banks hit me up at Lifts Carla. We'll talk more about reality update on the Graham onto it and what you gas surely girl I coming up more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show on some trending stories twenty minutes we'll be back right after this you're listening you're hiding morning show. What if you can learn from one hundred of the world's most inspiring women now, you can introducing Senecas one hundred women to hear a new podcast brought to you by Seneca women and iheartradio. 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Miami-Dade Schools online portal crashes on first day
"Dade students trying the log on to their class portals for the new online academic year, getting lots of error messages as the system crashes on day number one. The district says it's data system is experiencing external connectivity issues. They've identified them and are working to resolve them. United Teachers of date president Carla Hernandez, Mont says is frustrating in causing lots of anxiety for teachers, parents and students after the district spent 15 million and cares act money for the online platform think it's a shame that a 12 systems you know, did not come through on his promises. You know, they told the district back of good, They have not been able to work adequately thus far and so we are not impressed, she says. The word of the day is patients because it may take a few days to work out the kinks.
The US and China say they're making progress on trade, even as other tensions worsen
"U. S and China reaffirm their commitment to the phase one crate deal in a biannual review, demonstrating a willingness to cooperate even as tensions rise over issues ranging from data security to democracy and Hong Kong. Carla Freeman is Johns Hopkins, executive director of the Foreign Policy Institute and associate research professor of China Studies. She was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Television and Radio. I don't think much of change. Remember these talks, which had been delayed took place against the backdrop of the Republican National Convention, where there was a lot of harsh rhetoric about China on Trump's been quoted recently about saying that The U. S. Doesn't is not obligated to do business with China. So there is. There is a lot of tension still in the Air.
"carla" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"A very special situation going on in the Farrell household. Day We would like to. Carl in. Taj We have to say happy anniversary to a very. Raw. wiki. Quarantine. leading say that. Thank you guys very much red delays. Eighteen Years Whoa. Together would fifteen. Celebrate Carlo. aggressively. Grandson. Length. To say happy anniversary to my king, my husband man. Father of our beautiful daughter Happy Anniversary Tosh sixteen years on. vk. We celebrate it. Carl. Day. I'll be on the news. I. Congratulations Sixty years thank something definitely to be celebrated. Pam Thank you welcome. We'll have more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show and some trending news coming up thirty three minutes after the hour. Right after this you're listening to. Morning.
Stress Relief: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids
"How do you relieve stress these days Well ahead of these answers, but your intro also reminded me that I feel like I should give a shoutout to a book just read how her which was Carla number. How not to lose your we never curse on this podcast so L. it out. Castro. s-h-i-t with your kids. So we'll keep we'll keep this family friendly by the way. Did you all new real-life curse a lot, but we'll never do it on this podcast. Okay. So that surprise people and then anyway I am really digressing it is such a good book and it is actually based on a lot of meditation. Techniques including very powerful technique like noticing while you're doing something kind of noticing your own reaction, noticing your own feelings, noticing what's going on around you and it's fairly simplistic premise but I actually found it incredibly powerful. So I am not saying that I'm someone who loses it with my kids all the time. I. Feel like I'd probably do an average amount but I still feel like her book really helped me to. Calm down in those situations where I might have chosen to yell or give out kind of a harsh ultimatum or something like that. So. Yeah, good recommendation than which probably all check that out. There's a lot of. Whatever the word is with our kids these days. Yeah. You had mentioned though Josh giving you a night right like. That was amazing I had to ask for it. You know my husband is wonderful but we have kids and it's not always the easiest to put all three of them to bed. So neither of US typically wants to volunteer, but one night I just said. I cannot do this I do not want to do. Can you please just do it I want to go in there I want to go in our bedroom like locked the door and finish binge eating big summer, which was great by the way and I did and it was great. I will admit you've cried for me and I had to put her to bed but it was it was actually Up until that point and Exactly. It was. It was actually really nice and I will do it again I don't know that I need like a specific like night every week I know some people do that but I do think that asking for it when I need it. Fine with it, and then he asked it actually over the weekend he had a headache just like I can't and I was like you know what I feel like really good because you did this for me and I'm happy to do this for you, and so I think we may do that a little bit more. Yeah. That's great. Now, I took a sort of evening not not so much indict off. Having a really rough day than I You know we still had our sitter in after dinner for a little bit. Michael was with Ruth at her softball game and I said, I, really need to go for a run I hadn't got one in and I was feeling rather clustered about a lot of stuff and it was still ninety degrees but I went on a trail run and it felt much better in the shade at than it would have out on the. Street and it was just what I needed. I came back and so much of a better mood than if I had spent that time trying to answer random emails which I was going to do during an email triage time as we discussed in the last episode, just recognizing that you're kind of going off the rails and having some sort of treat or coping mechanism that you have to get yourself back to a normal place instead of wallowing in it, which is you know sometimes. Satisfying and its own twisted way. But probably, not the healthiest thing long-term if I'm GonNa Wallow in something that I, it's probably best for me to journal about it or like right out some words about it or even like draw a diagram or something because then I kind of get to enjoy the actual wallowing but then I feel like the active using my hands to do something prevents me from multitasking and also just kind of. Better know feels a little bit therapeutic. So that can be a way to acknowledge your crappy feelings, but then also relieved them at the same
Belarus Opposition, In Exile, Appeals To U.S. Not To Recognize Contested Election
"Of Belarus is Democratic Opposition to President Alexander Lukashenko has been Svetlana Tohno scare a political novice running in the place of her imprisoned husband. She drew huge, enthusiastic crowds as she campaigned around the country. After Lukashenko claimed have 1 80% of the vote Sunday, She accused him of massive vote rigging and suddenly went missing. She reappeared in neighboring Lithuania, leaving a cryptic emotional video message was nature. Yeah, to say the companion, you know, she said, I thought this campaign and make me tough enough to withstand anything. But I've had to make a very difficult decision. Svetlana can not speak at this particular moment. Sins. Her husband is kept in prison, and probably they told before that he would not to survive the prison in case Svetlana would start to speak. Openly against this regimen would start to call people to the streets. That's hilarious Step cholera when, if taken Oscar's political allies, he too, is an exile. NPR reached him by Skype while he was in a taxi in neighboring Ukraine. Szukala on T entrepreneur and former Bella, Russian ambassador to the U. S. Was one of the main presidential contenders against Lukashenko. But like Tino Oscar's husband, Sergei, Color was denied registration is a candidate. He fled Belarus was his two Children amid pressure from authorities. His wife, Veronica, stayed behind to work on his campaign but has now also left Belarus. We expect that we will be united. They're very soon in one or two days, this political campaign brought duster different country sent to different places, and finally, we will be able to be together Psychologist now trying to get support from the European Union and the US The leaders of China and many former Soviet Republics were quick to recognise Lukashenko's reelection, including Russian President Vladimir Putin. We are very upset. We are very disappointed on the fact that Putin congratulated. You know Lukashenko with the results off the presidential campaign, we should be to be completely false. Candidates of collar was seen as a favorite with his diplomatic and business experience. Video on our website chasing Carla and his wife meeting voters during an opposition protest in downtown Minsk. The summer, Lukashenko figured that by barring Tikal and others from the election, you could afford to let one Oscar run and humiliate the opposition. Yeah. General soon. Practice can show you the one. I swear, I hardly think about, Schenkel said in a TV interview before the election calluses after his violent crackdown on the opposition this week. Lukashenko has blood on his hands. We would like the U. S. Government support Belarus people. And recognize Svetlana as the only legitimate leader in the Republic of Miller's planet taken Oscar's from's toehold, New free and Fair elections if she takes office. Valerie. It's of color has not given up his ambition to become the president of a Democratic Belarus. Lucien
Biden VP Search Narrows to Kamala Harris: Does She Want the Job?
"Democratic presidential nominee of Vice President Joe Biden could reportedly announced his pick for a running mate as soon as this week. California Senator Kamala Harris. API appears to be one of the leading candidates, but some are questioning if she AH wants to take the job or not for more key CBS News anchor Dan Mitchinson spoke with Carla Marinucci. Senior writer for Politico California playbook. Carla. What do you think? First of all, Do you think this could be Harris there? Even in the last days, Vegas betting circled at this point. Dan is being number one on Joe Biden's list. Who knows how that's gonna play out? But the fact is that Kamala Harris has been mentioned before. For other Possibilities in the administration, including attorney general, including possibly a nominee for the Supreme Court. Obama and during the Obama administration, she was reportedly asked if she wanted to be attorney general. She turned that down on the issue of the Supreme Court. She said She wanted to run for Senate at the time. But times have changed, And perhaps she might have changed her mind. She's getting advice from some Democrats that she might consider turning down the VP job because the attorney general job at this point could be more consequential. Willie Brown, who former San Francisco mayor said in his column on Sunday that he thought, uh, right right now, there's nobody left important than the vice president. I mean, as he said, Ask Mike Pence so that nobody thinks the vice president is a really influential job. But the attorney general, ah could have a long to do list ahead and that could include prosecuting Trump in the trump family law enforcement reform, Other issues related tio inspector generals and other things that the Trump administration has done and Democrats I think may be cheering that on, so we'll see how it plays out. But certainly Kamala Harris has a lot of different possibilities. But right now it looks like she may be at the top of the list or very close to it when it comes to Joe Biden, vice presidential nominee, But let me ask you this. I mean, Biden is gonna have a lot of California locked in the rest of the country, not necessarily a big fan of our state. Do you think a VP from here would hurt or help him then? That's been a debate Janet, But the fact is Kamala Harris has huge name recognition in the rest of the country. The You don't want the advice presidential nominee to do any harm. But in commonly Harrison's case, she could help in helping deliver some of those states where you need to rev up the Democratic base of progressive base. She had those followers right. She had a presidential campaign that brought her to all of those swing states. And so many voters know her out there more than some of the other women on the list. That doesn't mean, however, that people like Karen Bass, perhaps the House member from Los Angeles, Uh, Susan Rice, former ambassador and Tammy Duckworth's, uh, the senator from Illinois who is highly thought of this well couldn't be part of the mix as well. But how tough would this be for not only Biden but for Harris if she decides to run in four years if Biden's only in there for one or even in eight to move into the White House when we have a pandemic going on, and an economic recession? Yeah, you've actually hit on it and that some of the reasons why we've heard some doubts about Kamala Harris being mentioned the fact that she's ambitious. She clearly wants to run for president in some point And the go by in vice presidential nominee is in effect giving a leg up to whoever wants to do that It is effective primary in a way for the for the next presidential contest. Many Democrats would believe that that May hurt Joe Biden in some respects because they may want not wantto help. Comma. Harris is much when it comes to pushing legislation in Washington because they won't want to advance her chances. There's going to be a lot of Democrats who want to run for president, Uh, in 2024. So at this point, Yeah, Connell, Harris and her future plans and her future ambitions have all been part of the mix. It's why some Democrats say she may be the best choice for Joe Biden. Alright, Gotta run real quick. Will she be offered the the VP, And if she is, will she take it? He'll take it if she's offered, Will she be offered? That's the $1,000,000 question right now. That's Carla Marinucci, senior writer for political Oh California playbook.
Why Corporate America Couldnt Change Carla Vernn at Her Core
"Carla I. Love that we were both up at midnight emailing and prepping for this. A says so much. Yes. The the the story behind the story. You just announced that you're leaving General Mills after twenty two years right now, the go-to practice buzzy thing in career advancement is zigzagging changing jobs every two to four years your career is sort of a case study in the opposite taking the long road to the. C. Suite. How were you compelled to stay for so long? I'm probably kind of an old fashioned person and I. Was Very Intentional in picking the first company that join out of business school. Before Business School, I was not very familiar with careers in corporate America. My parents were both educators and we didn't really have any business people in our family. Largely. Probably because my family is black and Latina Afro Latino for my dad and. Secretary Shen really prevented us from being able to have a path through corporate, America. So when I got to business school I had so much to learn about how does one even navigate and find a company in finding career path. When I realized that my skills were really well suited for marketing strategy then I went about making it my business to figure out what where are the best of the best marketers going where are the? Best of the best strategist going 'em back. Then the area we call consumer packaged goods, food companies, companies that make your household facial cleansers the things you wash your dishes with the product. See every day in the main part of the grocery store those companies where marketing was the absolute core most important skill of driving the success of the company. My intuition told me that if I could find a company that welcomed and embraced diverse styles. I was more likely to see leaders who blazed a successful trail that weren't cut from cookie cutter, and so when I found that in general mills, there was plenty of learning to do and plenty of career path runway for me. And so I really played the long game there. You said you partly went into to marketing because you felt it matched your natural skill set. So I both wonder what you were assessing your natural skill set. But then also how is you began to work inside of General Mills? You got really good at the thing you were already naturally good at. What I arrived on the doorstep of business school I didn't actually know what the career pads were inside of a company. I didn't even know what the job titles were. So all I could try to correlate when I went to business school was what am I passionate about 'em? What do I seem naturally skill that I have always been a creative person I've always been attracted to the arts and I also like associating new ideas in connecting. DOTS in reaching new conclusions over time in business school I got to learn that the people who love the creative work in business that's often called marketing and the people who love connecting disparate ideas in reaching a new conclusion is often called strategy. I've also never been a very shy flower I'm fairly direct may be a little bossy and so I also wanted to know what are the jobs that people go to when they like being in charge. I found now, where are the industries where people who do marketing strategy are in charge, and that led me to learn more about consumer products in that industry that's so dependent on those skills. What were you doing that began to open doors to bigger and better opportunities that the company? I have. I got great feedback from one of my best bosses in he said, one of my best skills which is an under appreciated skill is that I'm very coach of all. You want this weird kind of feedback yet because you want a boss to tell you oh, you're great at analytics or your so sharp your ideas are always the best I've ever heard for someone to say, wow, you seem to. Take Direction while didn't seem like the compliment what I think he was getting at was you I am a very malleable piece of clay I. Already know at the outset that I don't know everything. So I remain curious remain open to the knowledge that comes my way and I am willing to continue to grow my own skills and so I don't WanNa be the person that's too proud to ask a question. And, I've always been willing to be a learner.
Murder, rape suspect commits suicide after car chase in Alexandria, south of downtown Washington, DC
"Is dead Days after he was apprehended by police in Maryland, 33 year old Abram Eagle will boo Boo Laci died in the hospital today after a car chase and self inflicted gunshot wounds, Alexandra please say, but she was taken to a hospital after they pursued him in a car chase on Wednesday Watch. He crashed in Prince George's County Police found him with self inflicted gunshot wounds. When they got to the car. He was On it in connection to a July 29 murder of Carla's Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez. Well,
Washington DC - Released prisoner accused of raping, killing Virginia woman has died
"Virginia police say a rape suspect released from jail early due to Corona virus concerns has killed his accuser, Ibrahim Oichi, was indicted for the rape, sodomy, strangulation and abduction of Carla Dominguez last December. He was released in April on $24,000 bond and allegedly hunted down Omegas on July 29th when he shot and killed her outside her. Art Mint Police caught him Wednesday, but not before he shot himself. He's hospitalized in serious condition and has been charged with murder.
Second grader tests positive for virus after first day of school
"And elementary school classes in quarantine after a second grader tested positive. On the second day of being back in school, Carla raises a teacher in New York City students and family members and everyone across the community really inviting. To stop the spread of the virus was that's right now. What's killing people? 76% of parents of color don't want to return to school right
Final Thursday of July
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Nazis Stole Thousands Of Musical Instruments. Where Are They?
"The Nazi plunder of Jewish owned artwork in Europe during World War two is well known, but the Nazis Also looted thousands of musical instruments from Jews. A conference of researchers in Paris discussed this looting. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley was there, and she sent this report in the spring of 1945 with Paris liberated, but the war in Europe not yet over, French officials announced that hundreds of stolen pianos would be exhibited in three warehouses. French archivist Caroline Picket, E says those who'd lost an instrument were invited to write letters to make an appointment to take offence. You know, you know, I was astounded to find their pianos and so many Jewish homes, even the most modest ones for Taylor's in corset makers. These families were not well off, but they had a taste for music. Families before the war played the classics, says P. Getty Show Palm Mo's art and popular tunes of the day. Musician and historian Vellum. Jeffries has written what's considered the defining work on the Nazi pillaging of musical life in Western Europe, he says. Around 1935 the Nazis started documenting European Jews holdings in art, literature and music. So where Germany faded. Crams it May title 40. They're already commandos ready to seize and steal all the cultural things off youth in France. They emptied. The apartments of prominent musicians who had fled. The next wave of plundering came with the deportation of ordinary Jews beginning in 1942. It's really a very sophisticated personalization the Jews, of course, sent to concentration camps in their processions. Were catalogs and inventoried and systematically sense to mainly German people has had several strong The Allied bombings. Both Defreeze and Picket E were at the Paris gathering of scholars. So was Carla Shop pro who teaches law and European studies at the University of California, Berkeley. A pro, says there are families still looking for their instruments. But the work is difficult because the documentation is so scattered. Every nation has records. There's many, many different bodies of records. And went out looking at all of those and seeing their interconnections.
Miami mayor imposes 10pm nightly curfew and closes beaches; Los Angeles County closes beaches amid rising coronavirus cases
"Unleashing our nation's scientific brilliance. And will likely have a therapeutic and door vaccine solution. Long before the end of the year. Many health experts say that's optimistic. At best, CBS News correspondent Michael George says these are not the kind of Corona virus numbers. Florida health officials want to see. Saturday, Florida reported more than 11,000 new cases another single day. Hi Miami Dade County beaches are closed for the holiday weekend and a daily curfew is in effect until further notice. Beaches are also closed in Los Angeles County, which has the most Corona virus cases in the nation. WFOR TV reporter Carla Barnett says closing public beaches to try to stop the spread of covert 19 is drawing a sharp response. A protest in Fort Lauderdale against the city's new temporary Closure for Larnell joins other South Florida communities by closing down the beaches for the holiday weekend. The move comes his leaders try to stop the Corona virus from spreading by limiting the potential for large crowds. But protesters line the beach with signs and flags waving, saying it should be up to them to make decisions for their own safety wear here today. To walk on this beach has granted to us in our first Amendment of the Constitution, and we defy the mayor's order, and we will walk on that beach right there.
The New American Library
"When was the last time you went to the library? Was It for a book a movie? Even a toy. Was it for an exercise class, or maybe it's one of the few places where you're able to access the Internet. For the future trusts I'm Dan La Duke, and this is after the fact. Libraries aren't just about books anymore and haven't been for a long time. But. They've always been about the democratization of information. Thanks to Benjamin Franklin it was about this time of year on July. First 1731 that Franklin created the first free lending library in Philadelphia it signaled a real change in the world that America, not yet its own country. Was a place where information could be available to everyone turns out. That concept has become a cherished one. The Pew Research Center reports that seventy eight percent of Americans say public libraries provide information, and here's the key part information that is trustworthy and reliable. That's no small thing in this digital information age when many people are also saying they have trouble. Sorting fact from fiction sounds like something we're talking about and celebrating and joining us to do just that is Carla Hayden the Librarian of Congress the fourteenth person and the first woman and African American to serve in that role. So Carla Hayden Welcome. It's a delight to talk to you. Thank you. This is a great time to talk about libraries this time of year this podcast likes to talk about the importance of certain American institutions and how they've made our country great. We are right around the fourth of July. That's whenever we want is sort of paying attention to the Declaration of independence, and that's an important thing, but there's another another big American holiday that people may not realize on July first back in seventeen, thirty one when Ben Franklin created the first library in this country beckoned those days. What was the stated goal of a library? And how how if any way is it different? Than the goals today. Benjamin Franklin if you remember was a bookseller and a lover of books, and that time books were very rare and very expensive, and they could only be obtained with great difficulty and so Ben, Franklin. Wanted to have a membership society, The Philadelphia Library Company and he started the idea of lending library and it was in this time. They weren't a nation yet, but it was starting and the idea that. Information and ideas should be free and not clasp out. So that library was created not scholars, the rich one class, but for people who could not afford to have their own, and as time in the decades progressed I mean. The other founding fathers Thomas. Jefferson, being one of them recognize the need for the institution that you now head the library of Congress. It's IT'S A. It's the biggest in the world for for for one thing. Why was there this decision back then to create a library of Congress and National Library sorts in eighteen, Fifteen The British destroy the US capital and there were about twelve hundred. Legal books near for Congress and I've been told, and even shown the fireplace in the capital where the British actually use some of those books, those initial books to start that fire, and at that time Thomas Jefferson the great collector books at the largest personal collection of books in the country at that time. Had retired to Monticello, and he offered to sell his collection to the country to start the library of Congress, and it included the Koran. It was a universal collection. The idea that Congress needed more than just legal books soon said there is no subject to which member of Congress may not have occasion to refer the democratization of information was The whole democracy notion was pretty new in the world in those days. How important is the free flow of information in libraries? ROLE IN OUR DEMOCRACY? Libraries have been almost bastions of equal opportunity to information. The idea that anyone could have access to books. And what more importantly was contained in them was the great equalizer in unifier in many ways now there were difficulties in this country as you could imagine in the Jim Crow South. On there was the segregation of public libraries like public facilities, and that was something that even carried over into some of the northern. A states that had as they call them colored branches. Actually were designated, but that idea. Of A library, being a place as librarians like to say, books could battle it out on the shelves. You put. A book about one thing there and the possibly opposing idea book that describes in another idea. Right next to it and let the public decide.
Baby Steps to Finding Sober Community
"Hi everyone welcome to recovery. Happy Hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stop drinking I'm your host Tricia and when I was chugging Martinis and twenty fifteen I never thought that in twenty twenty. I'd be this obsessed with putting alcohol based products on my hands. Thank you for joining me. The next couple of weeks, episodes are going to be featuring binge. Drinking Stories before I celebrate the big second birthday of recovery. Happy hour coming up soon to There's going to be pretty big giveaway for that, so keep your eyes on social media for those details coming up, but binge drinking can be just as bad of a problem as daily drinking, and if you're a binge drinker, yes, you can still become addicted to alcohol, even though it seems socially acceptable to binge drink, you know we see it on movies. TV Magazines Music Real Housewives. You name it. And every person on this show about it always says it's just this thing you feel like you're supposed to do. I know that the connection between binge drinking and being social events are deeply intertwined. It's just not super common for people to start out as a solo artist in the beginning of binge drinking career. You know and today's guests. Carla has a story of binge drinking social events. Carla and I met in the spring of two thousand nineteen last year, when I was hosting my first virtual happy hour on zoom, which by the way people didn't really get what I was doing at the time, and it turns out I. was just way ahead of my time in corona had to cut you all up with me. Karla was an. Eighty when we met at this hour and she was doing the thing you know learning how to. Events as sober person learning how to speak up about having non alcoholic drink options at work. Happy hours learning how to spend weekends doing stuff sober attending online happy hours, strangers named Tricia, and in baby steps she branched out to even booking a ticket to a sober retreat in. Montana was seventy five strangers and eventually started planning her own events. You'll hear about towards the end of the episode. I'll let explain the rest of that, but I want you to listen to her story with the understanding that life does not automatically invite you to the sober party unless you start putting yourself out there to let the world know that you WanNa. Be on the guest list. Right, now during Corona everything, is a web meet up, which is the easiest way to put yourself out there and start connecting with other people online who don't drink. And guess what. Everyone else is doing it right now, too, so there's even more people to connect with, and you don't feel like a Weirdo. Super Great Way to take baby steps out into the sober social world. Here's another life hack. I learned pretty quickly I? Know we all have an obsession with finding a way to hang out with our friends who drink and pretend like nothing has changed. I get it I have been there. In the truth is it's different in different doesn't really mean it's worse, or it's better, but sometimes it's a bummer because we want things to be the same, and then things are different, and it's easy to get disappointed about that. But I've learned that sober people in groups often tend to be a little more fun than drunk people in groups. Yeah, it's true you'll hear a lot about that. In the next two episodes, and once you start letting loose with other people who don't use alcohol to have fun anymore. You might figure out you don't necessarily want to go back to hanging out with your drinking friends and trying to keep everything the same as it was. Maybe that awkward period of learning to be social is what's teaching you? What Fun really means now? Maybe fun is totally different than you ever thought. It was because you were trying to have someone else's version of fun and not your own. You get to decide what fun looks like. If you're bored and you want to be social. I think the best way to make that happen in baby steps especially right now with most of the country's still being in quarantine is to go ahead and try some online groups. I'M GONNA. Put links up in the show notes, so you can check these out yourself. I used cafe pretty regularly for their first few years of sobriety I made tons of friends that I talked to on the phone like four times a day every day, and I met friends in person at retreats through this group as well.
Black Lives Matter Los Angeles Presents the 'People's Budget' to City Council
"Black lives matter has presented the LA city council with an alternative budget let's imagine differently Kendrick Sampson says the people's budget would divert money that typically goes to policing and instead use it for social services Malina Abdul also outlined the budget proposal before city council represents tens of thousands hundreds of thousands and she says it's a growing movement do you belong to the police protective league do you belong to your ambitions do you belong to your ego or do you belong to the people under the people's budget the LAPD would only see about a tenth of the current level funding Chris and Carla
"carla" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Much for taking the time and and best of luck, because you guys continue to build off what you just did. John Thanks, thanks for having me. That is Carla. Ruby the head coach the Princeton Tigers. Really appreciate her time. She was just awesome. Note Madeleine Kenny was on with the unplugged version of the podcast the middle of last week and that is an awesome conversation. I am loving. These twitter live periscope conversations that. Aaron and Megan are having with different people in women's Basketball Madeline Kennedy from the Chicago Sun Times was their cast this past week, and they're going to have another one coming up this week as well so be on the lookout for that, not only the live version of it, which you can watch on twitter, but then also it will be out as a podcast shortly thereafter as well and that one is going to be worth your time to remember make sure to subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcast. We're bringing one or two new shows every week. That way you're alerted when they come out at I'm really excited about some of the conversations. Conversations. We've got coming up here for you. You're GONNA like him a lot. You're going to want that notification also, if you're on apple PODCAST, make sure to rate and review the podcast that always helps other people find the show. It means so much to us, and it means so much to the other. People are going to listen to the show because you rated and reviewed. They get the executive producer of the her hoop stats. PODCAST is Erin Barzilai. Suzy, so lease is our announcer and Jerry deck with TERADATA MUSIC DOT COM does our music. I'm John. Little reminding you at the her hoop stats podcast. We are locking better insight about the women's game. Two stats..
"carla" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"That anger. It is. Something that. We as a country can be better for. On the other side somehow I just believe that. I believe that on the other end of all of this. There is going to be a better tomorrow. And yes, it takes each one of us doing our part just like any other national tragedy, and this is a national tragedy that affects every single person in this country, and it is yet another, and like we needed another one yet. Another wakeup call, and yes, until the problem of racism is radical, which I hope and pray, we can do one day. There are going to be moments like this, and we've got to lean into them in some way rather than run away, and that certainly a challenge for me during this time I'm not a great orator on this subject, but just no, it's my commitment. Personally to continuously. Get better itself evaluating. How I can be an ally. To everyone. No matter their race, no matter their background, no matter their age, their disability, whatever the case may be, it's my human responsibility to be an ally to all, and I'M GONNA keep self evaluating as long as I got on this earth. That's just something I wanted to say off the top of. Thank you so much for sticking with me through that I, think the women's basketball community as a whole has done a really good job of trying to further the conversation. This week and I'm confident that is going to continue. Carla? Ruby is joining us this week. She is the head coach of the Princeton Tigers We continue the Princeton theme after talking to Bella Alary a few weeks ago and it wasn't Bella Awesome. That is episode number seventy-nine, so if you want to scroll back and listen to that one, it is well well worth your time to listen to what Bella had to say. That was a great conversation and in-kind. This is an awesome one as well with her head coach for her final year in college, and we'll talk about a lot of things related to Bella the top, but there's so much to talk about with Carlos Ruby. Ruby as well because she was the head coach at Tufts University for Seventeen years. What are the challenges of leaving a team? Even when you're going to a team that has so much potential in Princeton in leaving team in tops after seventeen years in making that leap from D Three d one, and of course we'll talk about eight Yukon and what she learned from Geno Auriemma.
"carla" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Show for Carla how are you my friend again I'm not calling in for my support of the governor hold on hold on hold on before we get to the pizza you are so tight anymore connected the mayor which isn't saying a lot but you are and you're in the car all the time and you know all the big shots do seventy percent of the people that you know support governor wolf I wouldn't say point seven percent support right in an industry that's been devastating mistakes are mmhm yeah destroy them at Monticello Monticello yes and I want to be quick so one of the mayors people can call in you know how working together yes ma'am yeah and for returning here in this wonderful organization please remember that and you're bringing pieces over to children's yes in the parking lot waiting for him you're absolutely absolutely wonderful person in your life something to do one right now all of my clients go back to work because your business has been have a wonder your business has been your business has been decimated that's an understatement all right the state is dated yeah thank you my friend hang in there okay have a good day of the kindness of her heart so there's great things going on here so you have John Terry one of the best attorneys in the country started this amazing charity pennies from heaven and what they do is they feed folks help folks who have families in the hospital they can't afford to pay for food or lodging or house payments car payments they raise millions of dollars and my good friend Joe Wadlow from Monticello's pizza said let's see those folks and so between John Perry and Joe Marlow with Monticello's pizza which is amazing that the folks who gave away a thousand pieces they're now feeding our families at children's hospital and my dear friend show for Carla picks them up and delivers them for free she's amazing and her entire livelihood is gone gone think about gone all right let's hit the phones for a couple folks open up the phone lines for folks to support governor wolf is it Denise yes hi hi how are you I'm great I do support our governor absolutely so you're cool with him keeping everything shut down you know if you could open up too soon he would just have to shut it down when the virus that hasn't happened that hasn't happened in Italy or China it doesn't matter a lot of things happen here that didn't happen there what give me one give me one example hold on give me one example as far as it it's frightening is it not spreading in Dallas in Florida not in Allegheny county my my friend with some of the lowest numbers in the country I mean I don't want to fight with the I just wanna tell you the truth that we some of the lowest numbers in America we have twenty five cases per hundred thousand people in Florida is over a hundred and they're open and shut down what do you think is more what do you think is more devastating the economic loss the or AFP folks getting sick or not yes really I would take lives lost one day it's eighty two percent of the lives lost or nursing homes and they are more folks died here a hundred years older than sixty years and younger why not protect the older folks want to protect them so there's a lot of people I work with the elderly people that go back out into the community and spread it who says that I mean who says the school who says they're spreading it because there's no numbers that indicate that well I either tell me and you know what we have a we have a very high rate in right here in Brighton in Brighton rehab out side of Brighton rehab your in yellow okay well I mean it's just the truth I mean I get all the facts at you all day I mean I respect that you support the governor but you don't know the facts just.
"carla" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"carla" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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A Whole Lot of Home Cooking
"We've been sort of in quarantine now for about two months and I think as trying as these times have been for everyone I think one of the I don't don't call it a silver lining up side. Whatever is that we've been in this nation of Home Cooks and personally speaking. I can say without question. I've never cooked better food or more consistently than I have in the last eight weeks and I'm kind of astounded as someone. Who's you know? Food Industry Professional Yada. Yada like how much I've learned in how much I've gotten better as a home cook I. Is that a fair statement. Carl. What's been your take. I have never in my life. Cook dinner as many times in a row as I have been quarantine we've ordered in one time. Yeah it's interesting because you know worked at a test kitchen gather for years but there are so many days of the week by the time I get home. It's either too late to make dinner or are those certain days where you get home and you're just done and I imagine gauge to this being in the entertainment industry where just emotionally mentally physically. You're just spent by the time you walk in your door. It took it took maybe a month for people to become accustomed to this new way of working these of zoom etc etc. My wife and I in the same small space rolling zoom calls screaming over each other coming up with hand signals waving at each other. Give each other the finger trying to keep trying to tell each other to push both of us not realizing that we are in fact screaming over the zoom and and that's all day every day and it's and things didn't really slow down and now things are really kind of picking up with work. So yeah you're on zoom calls. Maybe like ten hours a day and then you gotta figure out dinner so it definitely it definitely makes you do some planning and for me and I don't want to spend too much time talking about it but obviously sourcing alike. Light Carla. I've we ordered in once during this two month period and for me the idea of sourcing. Fresh food has been a super challenge and that I spent a lot of time doing and something that I realized how much we take for. Granted are access to great food and how much thought it really takes now and and I also think about people that don't still have access to the same level of products that we have and it's actually changed my entire thought process about food about sourcing about groceries and consumption. In general I would say a couple of things on logistically. The daytime thing is interesting working from home because like when I'm at home if I have a window between two and two thirty I'm like oh I can start marrying that chicken or I can start prepping this so that when it is time to cook dinner at six o'clock. I've already got a lot of that. Legwork done but on a regular workday you. You don't have the ability to do that. You kinda starting from scratch every time you get home and then also. I've never used my freezer this much and in terms of like. I know we're all making an effort to not go out to the store all the time so I actually. This is the first time I use my freezer with all sorts of different frozen prepackaged meats as opposed to the freezer in the past. Always been that thing. I just threw stuff in and never saw again like a freezer graveyard and now it's like a treasure chest. Yeah no it's like what's in here Carlos. Because you're you're more organized than we are. We have you evolved in that sense in terms of storage and freezing and stuff ingredients. My only complaint is. I wish I had a chest freezer or like now. I get it like the to fridge. Households I wish I had the garage with the other fringe because I holds me back. A lot is just feeling like their fridge. When I stock up is so full that with the let between the leftovers the condiments the fresh stuff like gave us talking about if you're only shopping once every week or ten days like that that that space fills up so fast so we've got a cooler on the back deck and just the rotation of freezer packs into that and it's not a huge one. It's like It's just a ordinary coleman cooler but rotating the freezer packs into that and then figuring out what kind of produce will stand up in there so like citrus is out there and cabbages and things that don't need to be quite as cold as the other stuff. So it stresses me out a little bit. Because I really don't want to waste anything you know we early on we. We do. Have a Coleman Cooler where we put a lot of Greens in sort of sturdy vegetables and just kind of keep them cool but simone early on in this thing. She bought a chest freezer like medium small side medium size one and I thought she was crazy and like being like a bunker mentality nuclear war sort of person but it has been absolute game changer. And and then I went and bought a bunch of meats from Dixon's Farm San and Chelsea market and individually one pound packs ground beef and some dribs and this and that and I got a list on my phone everything in that freezer and I sort of adjusted as we go. Wow that's very organized for me. It's been a little bit like relent as well because we you know we're trying to figure out how to get stuff delivered here and try to do as little you know. Irl shopping as humanly possible. We signed up for with a farm in riverhead New York and Long Island that processes animals It's dairy and also beef and pork in inhumane. Awesome Way So I was like excited about that but basically it's it's they you kind of like order a wishlist. Every week of what you'd like to get. And then they just send you what they've got and so it's been like it's been open up the package. It's like okay. What am I doing with Pork Loin? I don't really. I don't really deal with pork loin housing here here. We go more now having abundance of Yogurt. I'm not a big yogurt guy. The other day I was like. Oh Pork Loin. I've got some yogurt. I'M GONNA make like Euros. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA like I've got some cucumbers. I never have to numbers. I'm GonNa make some Zeki. These are freestyle things. I wouldn't do Olympics. Global pandemic forgave to get cucumbers. I mean it's not a thing it's not a thing that we normally have. I don't I don't love cucumber. I don't know we don't usually put in Salads or whatever you gotTa Peel it all right. Let's talk about some cooking Carla. What is something you've cooked in these last several weeks that either? You've never done before that you were just so stoked about how well it turned out. Well there was one week early on when I really wanted chicken and I could not get ticket like it was one of earlier weeks where everyone. I don't know what it was like. Toilet Paper Lysol and chickens grain whole chickens. The American brain is like survival. What can I not live without teepee and chicken? So that's like the most American thing in the world so I wanted to chicken. Couldn't get but the place I I was ordering from had whole ducks and I was like well. I've made your dot com fee recipe. Which I swear by but I've never ever cooked a whole duct before and I personally would be intimidated. So what did what did you do? Yeah the thing. A whole doc is like it's actually terrible to Whole duck rate but I I was like birds bird a bird. Just have to deal with this but I knew that roasting a whole doc is actually very problematic the way roasting a whole. Turkey is problematic because the breast in the legs or like on a completely different Optimal like setting. So what it came. I was kind of annoyed because I was like. Oh Jesus Christ I forgot about this whole dock now I have to butcher it. Because roasting at whole is actually not a great way to cook it but then it was this really Validating sort of process of being like first of all happy that I knew how to butcher a duck so I was. I was sort of like it had been a while but I took the Brasov. I took the legs off. Then you have all this fat. So separating keeping the fat you know in one area had the breasts I seasoned up the legs to do comfy. I scored the fat on the breast and the little cross hatch because that's just really good pan roasted and then I had a car guest so in and this whole duck gave me stock roasted the bones I made stock. I had Duck brass one night. We had dot com for another night. And then I just have all of the duck fat which I put into like everything else that I made for the next three weeks and it was sort of like what gave is saying this way that you're pushed out of your comfort zone in your ordinary way of shopping where. I ended up buying something because it was what was available and good instead of what I thought I wanted to have and it was
"carla" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"A DC waitress by the name of Carla a godly algo or or yeah basically I don't know how to say it accused Todd and the late senator of Massachusetts Ted Kennedy of all people of sexually assaulting her at a restaurant where she worked in nineteen eighty five and according to this woman Kennedy and Dodd drunk at a private room Kennedy threw her into a seated Dodd's lap and rubbed his genitals against her until other staffers had to intervene not the only account which Dodd service Kennedy is lecherous wing man the late actress Carrie Fisher in a memoir wrote that she won on a group date nineteen eighty five with the odd during which Kennedy asked her leering leave she would have be having sex with Chris or would have sex with present on tub behavior she said dot observed with an unusual brand hanging on as very flushed face nineteen ninety a writer at the DC paper roll call described Kennedy and Dodd to G. Q. as two guys in a fraternity you I've been loosed upon the world the waitress sandwich is a good guy to hire there's a perfect guy to pick I guess all of it anyway eight hundred nine four one Sean is a number now I want to go back to we we would get to Dr oz our phones are down for some reason will try to get a fix for the next hour but here's the thing so we have all of this with with Michael Flynn and all these revelations that came out J. by the way secular is gonna join us on this coming up later in the program as well and I'm looking at all this and we've been following this for three years right we were all over the store and then when you look at well the so called evidence in this case yes it's overwhelming you know what's the goal here is a truther is it admission ordered to get him to live you so that we can prosecute him more we can get him fired I mean if that doesn't take your breath away I don't know what will so now that attention has been brought to bear her member dorm is now been doing an investigation for a long time Dorham foxnews dot com even pointed this out as confirmed by my sources that have not been wrong this is now a serious case a real deal case against pop Obama Biden officials in a number of agencies FBI and the CIA well the one that would include the director of national intelligence that means Brennan clapper Comey McCabe struck page and whoever else might have tentacles to this I ask this question how real is this it's real it's beyond real and it's beyond shocking and it's worse than you thought and it's all coming out so I was told anyway Hey it doesn't matter how many times I've said it before and we know a little bit more now than we did before home is where your heart is especially now we've been home more than ever not everyone has the means to do a full renovation of maybe have a look at the.
"carla" Discussed on The Takeout
"She's the first African American woman to lead the Library of Congress. Her name. Dr Carla Hayden our special guests this week from Baltimore on the takeout Major Garrett yes. Cbs Yes i Major Garrett from the nation's capital major fantastic it's the takeout major with CBS news chief Washington correspondent later. That's nonsense Major Garrett. Welcome to the rapist broadcast week. I'm Major Garrett host and Creator this amazing program known as the takeout. Where each and every week? We are two things. What are those two things? Well one relentlessly curious to steadfastly non ideological all voices and points of view. Welcome here at the takeout table not in Washington this week. We'RE HAPPY DELIGHTED TO BE IN BALTIMORE FOR. A couple of reasons. Our special guest lives in Baltimore. We'll get to her and just a second. But most importantly we want to celebrate this shows arrival on. Wbal here in Baltimore. WanNa give a shout out to one of my longtime radio friends Brian. Nieman everyone a WBAL. Thank you for taking the takeout for you in Baltimore. We welcome you to the show. Please enjoyed every week that you can hear it one PM Sundays. During Raven season it will go to. Friday's we'll tell you the time when we know that for sure. But just great to be here in Baltimore. And be with the Baltimore and Carla Hayden. Who's Carla Hayden? She is the Librarian of Congress. The Fourteenth Librarian of Congress in the entire history of our great country of the fourteen librarian of Congress's live Librarian of Congress rather only three have had expertise in library. Sciences Carla is one of those. She has a if I understand correctly in library. Science Carla. It's great to have you with.
"carla" Discussed on WRVA
"To war handle on the log marginal legal advice hello Carla welcome to handle in the law hello yeah yes show on what we're selling the family home in the neighbors who live above us while the house is an escrow an empty the man came and sat down about ten fifteen beautiful old trees are property this did a complete half job women on your property you cut down the two well because it was there a day he was like trying to get rid of anything in his view so it changed and finally from you know when the people put down the offer absolutely yeah so what are the steps I need to change hire a lawyer hire a lawyer right now you have no choice the value of the property is decreased substantially it fell out of escrow now you have to get them if the falls out of escrow you have to get the buyers to say it's because those trees were cut down that's the reason that we are not completing the property or what you do is you have to lower the price and if the if you want to sell it and the buyer is still willing to sell it but say you don't it's I'm willing to give you fifty thousand dollars less for a hundred thousand dollars less not because of what he did he cannot cut down trees on your property I mean that's insane I I know I think he might be a little in saying well he could be buddies quantum self a lawsuit well who else would do that yeah well you are insane yeah well but it all because my you know view for me is really important but I would do it so you didn't know about it that's for sure I know either way shop the other way is killing trees that you know you take on the nail into the bottom of the tree or a little bit of poison wait a sec I'm not giving people advice on how to kill trees no right well not so tell me on a first wall what the value of the house is and how much it sold for doctor was nine fifty cash seven day as grow wow and now they now they don't now it's like they loved it for the lash no yeah yeah so they're just falling out of escrow completely right well I mean actually down in a find out today or find out how much they want us to take out the house right so you got to find that out and then make a decision and if the buyer still willing to go let's see knocks a hundred thousand dollars off the price of the home guess will you get to sell it gets you get to sue for a hundred grand but I mean do you even get your hundred grand by the Serbs half a lawyer well yeah yeah I know lawyers gonna cost a hundred thousand dollars that's for sure but cost some money our and their me saying you're going head there may there may be attorneys fees they kick in our and I don't know statutorily but I mean you have no choice yes days ago well then wait until with that first of all we find out with the buyer is going to do you wait can you respond to the buyer if it falls out of escrow either way you're gonna sue this guy and so you want to at least talk to a real estate attorney and see where we go from here and a real estate attorney who obviously knows a law I knows all the statues but there certainly is a lawsuit there so what yeah you've got to go to a real estate attorney on that one what a schmuck that guy is what do you think what do these people think when they're going to cut down someone else's trees.
"carla" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Good point and I agree with you The education education system in this is not a slam against the educators I know that they're doing the best that they can and they have to follow the curriculum. That is the laid out by various school boards and whatnot. But I agree with you What is being taught? Today's not in alignment with what society society needs. Employers need And again we. We talked about this little bit in the in the pre show about a it with social media attention spans. And everything like that you have to like you the example he gave skinny and and get to the point. And when you've been in some of the work that I'm doing And helping an organization with some grant proposals and whatnot. You know there's this AH mindset of okay we get filled up with all of this fluff and this and this. It's like you know what. Here's a bullet point. Here's a hyperlinked to the website. They can look at it and figure out what the organization does it. They don't know about US already and from there. This is why we're asking for this grant money. This is how we're going to use it if we are successful civil in getting the grant and and this is how it will benefit your community by US doing us in get pinpoint in it. Also look for those cues that The grant reviewers are going to be looking for in order for you to have a a decent Chanson on winning bet award yet. Let me share two overarching principles. And then one of my writing strategies. The the first overarching principle. I explain as as this imagine seriously right now. Imagine a a white rectangle. It's it's about an inch tall and five inches wide that and now now inside that rectangle put the big fold word. Opportunity got the message. There is that every single writer both nonfiction fiction and fiction. Every writer is constrained by two items. You're constrained by the readers time. Everybody's busy knock knock knock on busy. What do you want? Tell me quickly I've got other things to do. And you're also constrained by space literally often a government forms will you you To the amount of space that you're allocated to either give input to your performance appraisal Justify resources whatever the messages ages. There's actually often a demarcation line on the area on the form so that's all the space you're allocated on web pages. It's the above above the fold webpage So the the individual the writer who can best leverage that time and that space wins so oh that white right to that white rectangle is opportunity. That's the first principal. Second principle is given that fact you need to not bury. Bury the Golden Nuggets if you only have X. amount of minutes or sometimes seconds to catch threes attention and make your point. The most important important part of your message needs to go first. And then it's backed up with the answer. Larry Information people so often make the mistake of putting down out all of the. Let me lead you enter the story. Let me give you the background information at that point. You've lost the reader so time space boom give me the important Porton stuff up front or I may not hang with you long enough to get to it and the other point going to your comment about the grant writers. The other principal is is empathy. You have to know the audience know your reader know your listeners. And what they need and then right to those needs so if you are applying for a grant know what it is no the the grant providers -nition it's values. Its targets. Its it's desires and then match up your capabilities and what you offer to to those items. I call that the great match game and then N.. Tell your story in a compelling prioritized manner I love those things I love the opportunity component. And that's that's one of those things where I'm going to commit that to memory because there's a lot of things we fill out all the time whether it's it for myself you know to be on other podcast shows or you'll fill out applications for anything and a look at that boxes and opportunity in again another key point. I really want people to to write this down is know your audience chance no matter what you're doing whether you are writer you're right blog. Post your author your podcast show host or you're applying for jobs or applying paying for grants or anything like that. No what your audience needs. And then right in in a way that addresses those needs because their brain is looking for that the the SPEC and addition of right to influence was published last month. There's a chapter in there I I. I really enjoyed writing this particular chapter. It's called the psychology of the catch. Know your audience and so a couch. This as if fishermen in the context of being a fisherman in the skilled the knowledgeable fisherman will know the characteristics of the particular fish. He's trying to catch. No the feeding pattern known where they tend to swim. No the impact of weather on their feeding patterns know the depth of the water in which they reside he knows the target audience. It's the very same psychology for a rider fact or fiction in trying to effectively communicate with the audience against you have to target them by knowing what they need who they are and then and then play to that and if you do that what if you make that the mandate of everything that you do You will notice sooner than later. I mean I wish I could tell oh you. You'll notice in thirty days or last night. Who knows what it'll be but you will notice an improvement in your success rate and what you're trying to accomplish whether it's getting more readers getting more listeners? Getting more approvals on grant applications getting more job interviews Uh for writing in over letters and resumes and things like that added rating has such an impact on so many facets of life and doing it the right way It will create all types of positive impact for you and the people that you serve. The I partnered with a a wonderful gentleman named Tim. Nulan any W. L. I. N.. Tim Is the artist artist Who who provided so many of these lighthearted Caricatures there in the book right influenced by the way is not boring stuffy textbook it it. It's a lighthearted touch. It speaks to the reader just like you and I are communicating. So I wanted lighthearted light-hearted images to convey some of these plants so so Tim Newlyn his Disney certified artists but but even more importantly he is a He's American ex PAT WHO lives in Denmark his professional career in addition to being. It's such a wonderful graphic artist. He was I mean for for images and cartoons and such. He was a graphic artist. Supporting Five Live Research Universities in Denmark. The the difficulty that Scientific and technical folks have is in communicating mutating their ideas to the board that allocates funds for their particular projects. Like anything else. If you can't convince the fund the the money owners the thunders of the merits of your project you're not GonNa get supported so so these scientists would come to Tim and he would. He would provide a graphic images not cartoons but but graphic images to help convey to the funders the merits of all these brilliant ideas and Tim's Tim's background is professional. Background mirrored. Very much the message of the entire book here. You have to tell your story well On concisely in a language that the audience is going to understand you. You Know Tim. Tim told me that there are so many. Brilliant ideas that that end up on the cutting room floor which is a kind of a tragedy for for for human society simply because the individuals weren't able to convey them and concise language that communicated to the to the audience. Yeah makes you think how many great creative things whether it was books or grant applications or even resumes of people. That would be absolutely amazing to work for your organization. Don't make it through because the it wasn't concise and it wasn't written in a way that caught your attention and it's those little tweaks that really make it possible for people to really we reach levels that you know they dream about and really aim to hit. So I've loved our conversation today and I want to. I know where people can find out more about. You you know about the book and anything else that you're working on today. Yes my right. My website is www right to influence dot net. They can email me at Carla's C. A. R. L. A.. Hey at right to influence dot net And what I'm working on now is is just continuing to get the word out. There and and teaches teaches many workshops as possible. This is an addition to my day. Job By the West will work for the federal government here and I. I loved that job also so I don't sleep a lot because because I have. I have two simultaneous passions. But I guess you know concluding messages that writing powerfully is essential whether you're wanting to develop author retain in house talent or or compete in In Large scale award programs either for Your Corporation or for yourself as an individual Joel defend existing budgets justify more resources. If you have a story that you that you think is is worth telling or working the occasional miracle. You can't do that if you can't write persuasively it's awesome. I'll definitely have that information in the show notes. And and Karl. You're doing amazing amazing work in we've talked about before the show And you know it. You know the impact that your work has caused in people's lives and continues to because speaks volumes and it. It really has made an impact on on so many lives and continues to do so. Thank you for for being on the show. Really appreciate you in all the work that you're doing. Thank you for the opportunity and I wish your your audience lock lock in all that they do. Thank you thank you pay. It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Sure like many the people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burn out. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year.
"carla" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Welcome to trainer talk. Carla gains. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. Thanks for having me. In Alabama you in the late great cotton. Tinsley. Yeah. The along by Gration but yeah, the, the weather brought me to the west coast for training. The weather cannot be beaten. That's for sure. Where did your love of horses come from? It basically basically started when I was as they say in Alabama knee high to a grasshopper. I was probably I don't even know. Really? I have pictures, though of me riding a horse with my mother back when I was like three years old. So it started when you were just a very young kid. Your, your mom was a horseman. He really wasn't. We, you know, we live we lived in the city. But in my, my grandparents also lived in the city, but they had a farm out in rural Alabama, you know, in a talk a county. So he had my grandfather had a couple of horses, a Tennessee walking horse actually went to I of course I the type of horse first fourth I ever road. He had a couple of ponies. So that's kinda. Yeah. We would just go to the farm on the weekends. And he had a late and horses, and all kinds of, you know, you had cows and pigs and all that kind of stuff. So I used to look to go there on the weekends was keep my fingers until across every week that I was going to be able to go out to the farm for the weekend. That's great. I, I know that feeling my mom had a friend who had a form. Out out in the sticks and Californian and this lady's daughter's used to take me on horseback, rides. And I would be the same way every weekend. I just go. Oh, can we go to Louise's? Can we mix? So disappointed if you didn't get to go. Yeah. I it's, it's a big deal. When you're a kid, I remember the first time I got on a horse. I, I was in my glory that was just fantastic later on the horses. Didn't like it. When I got on. You have to talk a little bit, louder for some reason. I have a little trouble hearing you. Okay. All right. I'll all pick it up a little bit. Your your bio on Carla games, racing dot com. Written by Chris McGrath is outstanding it's probably the best trainer bio I've ever seen on a on a website. And it's not your typical trainer bio you had a unique path to the race track. About your life a little bit in how you got there. I mean, you've done some some amazing things in your life. Well, I don't know about that. But. I was never you know, really meant to be a horse trainer quite honestly anything. But, you know, I you know, ballet lessons piano lessons modelling lessons, my mother done some modeling. And yet, when she was younger, so, you know, being from the south there were certain experts expectations of, of women, and those were the sort of things that they were directed me towards also the piano. I they used to my parents had to practice the piano for one hour before I could go ride my horse, and so they were trying to do everything to steer me in a different direction. But basically, you know, I just grew up with a real real connection with with. Horses and sort of stuck with me through all those times. And we, you know, again, then, when it came to going to school, you know, you, you know, it was sent off to that was probably another mistake. They made they sent me to my freshman year college, I tended a private school in Virginia that had jumping as a curriculum, physical education, you know, part of the physical education, you could take jumping horses, so naturally. That's what I did..
"carla" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Carla is a 295 of new jersey one on one point five carla how are you good how you doing josh um i've been listening to this conversation in in um i'm i i agree with you i i think that in i suppose there should be more emphasis on transitioning into adult life and last saw um a college education per bag for instance um i've been in the workforce i'm close to retirement don't know what i wanted to what i grew up yeah you kinda all into where are you are but i have a son with disabilities bob with learning disabilities any very intelligent kid a college it just stop for him so to put him in a situation where he would have been required to apply future for him what have been kind of um disheartening you know what i mean you choose but you will do so do we can do what's he gonna do well he's in school and he wants to be an asc certified mechanic and he's working fulltime and he's he's a real story now is the other two brothers aren't college but you know unlike me they knew what they wanted to do at eighteen and there are pursuing it but um i just think that the emphasis should be on college and more uh planning for your future regardless of what that day well look it'd be one thing you know if anything to take someone who seventeen and sit them down as he what is it you want to do what are you love to do we have some would call earlier how the kid really wanted to be wanted to be a tattoo artist by the father said okay you're going to go to art school and now he's a successful tattoo artist glad that he went to art school so the idea that you say you know whatever you're the great thing about this country is that we can dream we could be whatever we want to be so once you get that idea no matter how outlandish conventional society may think it is when i was 17 and i'm tell people i want to be on the radio the w nuts critical is field nobody engineered you've got to know somebody but as it turned out you know i managed to do what my entire you know my adult lobby entire adult life because because you have the passion you love what you're doing so you don't mind doing the things you need to do to be able to be.