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"chris bailey" Discussed on The One You Feed
"Thanks for joining us. Our guest on this episode is Chris Bailey. Author and host of the time and attention podcast, which explores the science of living a deeper, more intentional life. Along with having the best first name ever, Chris is also one of the self proclaimed laziest people you will ever meet, famously knocking Eric and I into second, third place. This drive to free up time for relaxation is led Chris to intensively research and experiment with the subject of productivity for over the last decade. He's written hundreds of articles on the subject and has garnered coverage in media as diverse as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, Huffington Post, Harvard Business review, and others. Chris books have also been published in 26 languages and his newest book is how to calm your mind, finding presents and productivity and anxious times.
"chris bailey" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"And this week we're sharing some of our favorite songs of 2022. I'm Jim deer goddess. And I'm Greg kott. I'll also be sharing an excerpt from my annual mixtape. But first, in memoriam. Yes, Greg. You know, every year we do our best to spotlight. The musicians and music industry folks who died that we wanted to pay tribute to. And they're not always the ones that grab the biggest headlines. People sometimes that we felt are already and should meet even if only in death. But we can't get to everybody. Last week we highlighted a few musicians were missing. And now it's time to wrap up 2022 and talk about a few more of the artists we lost last year. Yeah, that's right, Jim. First, we want to recap who we discussed this year since we always have people asking, why didn't you talk about this person? It's true. Well, we did. And not everyone, but we did do it was incredibly painful. Prolific and painful year in terms of deaths in The Rock and musical world. Here's who we covered in our annual irregular episodes who passed away in 2022. Ronnie Spector, meatloaf, director Peter Bogdanovich, blues drummer Sam lay, Mark Lanigan, Chris Bailey of the saints, country music journalist and my friend, Chrissy Dickinson. Jerry Lee Lewis Loretta Lynn, Mimi Parker of low, Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac and Anton fear of the feelings. You know, we also have the midweek podcast episodes. And we talked about Rachel negi of the Detroit cobras, R&B singer Timmy Thomas, the artist Cynthia plaster Caster, William Hart of the delfonics, Motown songwriting, legend, Lamont Dozier, jazz musician Joey de Francesco, dead Kennedy's drummer DH, pellagra and the tropicalia singer, the pioneer gal Costa. Some other notable names that we did not cover on either platform include Greek film composer vangelis, jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis, takeoff of Migos, Coolio, Olivia Newton-John, Naomi Judd, early rock and roller Ronnie Hawkins, and a couple of drummers jet black of the stranglers and dino dinali of the young rascals. Of course, that's not an exhaustive list. So please feel free to leave us a message on our website. It sound depending dot org with the artist we lost in 2022. Who meant the most to you and why? Now Greg, we're going to go in depth on just a few more artists we miss that we think deserve the spotlight. I'm going to lead off with Irene Cara. Was a narrow call for me between Irene Cara and Olivia Newton-John. Both of them meant a lot to me and my formative years of moviegoing and listening to the pop charts. A little bit of a crush on both of those great singers. But Olivia Newton-John was covered extensively in the media. If I had a nickel for every time I saw the grease scene of her turning into the bad girl, right? Irene Cara didn't so much get her do, except for wonderful obituary in The New York Times. Because she was a New Yorker, child star from The Bronx. Grew up an actor dancer and singer starting out at ten or 11, you know, wanted to be on stage of Puerto Rican descent. I don't know about you. You're a little bit older than me. But at 13, she was a regular on the electric company. Remember that? PBS. And then, of course, put her mark on two huge films, flashdance, where
"chris bailey" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Into New Zealand for the summer. It concerned gangs are growing faster than our police force. New figures reveal an increase of 184 gang members since the 31st of June. The act party says, during that same period, only 60 more police officers have been hired, act party police spokesperson Chris Bailey says he thinks the government has the wrong attitude towards gangs. The whole ideology of going easy on gangs, science not the default, giving them an excuse to behave the way they do is filter down and they almost act with impunity. Police minister Chris hipkins is the national gang list is not statistically reliable. A new expo is electrifying Christchurch. Residents considering making the switch to an electric vehicle or EV are getting the chance to scope out the largest range of electric vehicles over this weekend. His Courtney winter. More than 50 battery evas are on display at the tape charge expo in the city's to pie convention center today. They will be better electric cars. And motorcycles on show council resource efficiency manager Kevin crunch Lee says people need to be encouraged to make the shift to zero emission transport. On road, petrol and diesel transportation make up nearly 36% of Christ church's emissions. News talks hit the sport, Canterbury remains on top of the NPC conference after a 44 39 win over county's Monaco at home. Auckland have a 7 three advantage over tasman midway through the first half of their game at Eden park. Wellington coach Leo Crowley acknowledges they face formidable challenges trying to wrestle the shield off hawke's bay in Napier tonight. The magpies defend the log of wood for the 15th time this tenure, Crowley says they're like men possessed. I can't remember the team that had the shield before hawks bay they seemed to have had it for so long. Now that's a clear credit to them obviously and the fact they're so hard to beat at home. They play test match rugby and hulk's bay. Kick-offs at 5 past 7, bunnings NPC with kennards higher here to make your job easy. Former wallaby drew Mitchell is disappointed by the lack of empathy shown by New Zealanders following Australia's heartbreaking bladder's low cup rugby loss to the all blacks. The all blacks scored the winning try with the last play of the game after Australian first 5 Bernard foley was pinged by the referee for time wasting. The decision sparked mixed reaction across the board, Mitchell says not too long ago, the all blacks were wanting empathy from fans and media after their series lost to Ireland. It's a pretty clear lack of empathy from their supporters and even head coaching foster and the rest of them as well. So ironic. International rugby with access solutions elevating you and your business to a higher level. The rabbit holes and tend on bringing plenty of passion into lights in our old semi final encounter with a shark in Sydney. The winner will play the Panthers next week for a spot on the grand final. South Sydney go in off the back of their hectic romp home over arch rivals the roosters, coach Jason dimitrio, says they'll use their feelings as fuel. There is a motion you can't hard from it this time of year. There's a lot of stake in if you're not bringing a motion to the game, you're not going to get yourself to the place you need to get to kick off at ten tonight in our ill coverage with pit stop, save up to $100 with September's break special. That's used to be news and sports to 6 past 5, we're back with the weekend collective. Sports with John Ryan funeral directors continuing a family tradition since 18 81. Weather, with ryman healthcare, pioneering a new way of retirement living. With watch 24/7 and take a look at your forecast for Christchurch, expect some evening clown tonight with this evening's low dropping down to 2°, a hit to Sunday, mainly fine with areas of frost and low cloud in the morning and all these leagues also expected to develop throughout the morning as well. You're high for the day at the moment on Sunday, sitting at 14° with your overnight low dropping down to 7, and they're looking ahead at two Monday, expect some high cloud with a few spots of rain possible, fresh northeasterly, expected to ease into the evening, and then assign from there to your high on Monday at the moment, sitting at about 19° into over 9 low expected to drop down at two 7. Keeping you safe. Thanks to the parent squad on the weekend collective called O 880 ten 80 on news talks. It's useful to be in the weekend collective with Tim rolls from Tim beverage. And Saturdays from 5 o'clock until 5 45 and when we do our sporting rep, it means it's time for the parent squad we talk different parenting issues. We love hearing from you on O 880 ten 80. And we love hearing from our special guests too. So this week, doctor Anna Martin returns to the program, she's a clinical therapist. She specializes in helping out children adolescents, adults, she also does couples therapy. She is the founder of what's known as the and disciplined method. She's a mom and a stepmom. And she joins us now, doctor Anna, hello. Hello. Hi. Oh, good. And you've been keeping yourself out of mischief in the last little while. Yes, yes. What about you? Oh, sorry, I just said to switch the mic off there because Tim had it. Tim had a coughing fit I'm not going to try and pretend not just yet. That's why when silent for a second. I was hiding it, but unfortunately, like a lot of people, there have been just an awful lot of bugs this off season. Anyway, so I'm battling the bugs, but we're getting through. I've had the coughing fit and now we're back in business. Okay, well, one of the things we wanted to talk about with you was the idea of letting children share their side of the story. And that parents fear this because they worry that they're going to lose control. Could you explain this a little bit more? Yes, it's interesting. It seems so simple, but it's one of the bits and the equation we were dealing with kids. That seems to get messed up quite a bit. And I think, in fact, research also suggests that parents really are concerned that asking the child for their perspective, they're going to lose control. Give the child too much of a voice and feel like they lose the appearance in Rome. Is this a perspective when it comes to just general family decisions or a perspective when it comes to bad behavior or and what sort of context does it, but because I would have thought it would be natural that if your child's done something wrong, then you would actually get their side of the story. It wasn't more something about just decisions around family life and that sort of thing. Well, I think you would think so, wouldn't you? But the common complaint that I hear from children adolescents and my practice is my parents don't listen to me. They don't ask me what's happened. And I'm really, really frustrated that they don't do that. And when I talk to parents themselves and so did you ask what happened? When you're looking at a cross section of processes in that discipline process, they often go no, I just assumed that little Johnny did X or Big Ben did X so we jumped a conclusions that get us into trouble. And kind of short, I don't really hinder how the children feel in that process. Okay, so actually that does surprise me. So is it just because parents are sort of so, I don't know, just the stress of parenting and things that are just making decisions all the time and they just don't, they're not taking the time or what do you think it is? Is it just
"chris bailey" Discussed on How I Built This
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So it's 2012 and Nikhil and Alejandro have decided to focus full time on making mushroom growing kits for the home gardener. And they're still providing all the elements required to grow the mushrooms. But then someone suggests that they partner with a specialty farm called Gourmet mushrooms incorporated, run by a guy named David law. Brilliant him and Chris Bailey, the two guys who run that just brilliant people and best in class at growing fresh mushrooms. You know, it would take us decades to get to the experience these guys had. And we just hit it off also, just in a relationship standpoint. And you know, you fast forward a few weeks and they grew some and we tested them out and it was night and day quality. Yields consistency, everything that goes around making a healthy mushroom substrate inspired. It was just night and day. And there was that was probably the biggest defining moment. I think in our journey earlier for Alex and I both, when you realize one, you don't have to do everything, it's okay not to be the best at everything. And it's okay to let some things go. And that was the hardest thing in my life. Because that was our identity. Let me understand when you say let it go. You meet this guy David law, clearly they know how to grow mushrooms better. So what did you do? I mean, what were you selling to him? What we were doing in our warehouse in Oakland of collecting the substrate, the coffee grounds, mixing of the spawn, growing the kits, packaging them. We fast forward ended up now by those from him as a supplier to us. So they're the ones incubating all of that. So there's this huge warehouse, 10,000 ft². You know, we had at that point in what 35 people Alex. You know, we knew what that meant was that the people, the space, everything we're doing. All of that would go away. So you essentially get out of the farming business in at the end of 2012, 2013, you start to transition out of the farming business because really this company can grow the mushrooms sell you the ground, whatever's left. The finished product. The finished product, and you can then and then this guy David, this company, Gourmet mushrooms. They can turn them into kits for you. Yeah, it's kind of crazy because yeah, he was a competitor to us, and he could have easily said, nope, I'll wait till you guys go out of business because you're not going to be able to scale it the way I can. And instead, instead, David, basically looked at us and said, you guys have so much energy and you're getting people growing mushrooms. That's a good thing for me. So let me take it off your plates and you guys focus on what clearly you guys are really good at, which is getting the word about out into the world about mushrooms and that's like the partnership right there. And so by the middle of 2013, I have to assume you get out of the coffee hauling business. You no longer are hauling away coffee grounds for petes. Correct. Okay, so you are out of the coffee. It's amazing. Because you start this business in 2009. By 2013, you're no longer too big revenue streams. Fresh mushrooms and hauling coffee grounds. You're out of that business entirely. You're focused on selling mushroom kits. And what's interesting to me about that is I can not imagine seeing a viable business there. Like I could not imagine in 2013, saying, we're going to sell grow your own mushroom kits and turn this into a sustainable business. So what was giving you the indication that you could do that? And I'm not trying to be so harsh and I love it. I'm not trying to be harsh. I'm just, I can not imagine saying to people, yeah, we're like, you know what? The beauty about the United States is if you execute on one thing extremely well, there is a pretty large market for it. I mean, just whole foods alone was 500 stores that we could take this product into and running the numbers on it, you could do a couple $1 million. Yeah, if you're in every whole foods in America selling mushroom kits and you're doing really well, the math suggests that you could probably do like 5 maybe 7 million in revenue maximum a year. So you could do a significant small business for sure, but that's only if you did it in whole foods, and that would have to kill it. That's true. We'd have to sell a lot and then we'd have to expand beyond whole foods. You're dead on there. I think with the kids, we were starting to also realize this was 2012, I think Alex and we did our first non mushroom product. I want to say, I think it was with our KickStarter for our water gardens. I think we were at that point also, we had made the decision we.
"chris bailey" Discussed on No Agenda
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"chris bailey" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Who the hell wants to be famous. Oh man apparently everyone well. There's nothing wrong with being well known for creating something meaningful. It seems like influencers think that being famous is the point rather than the byproduct today. We're speaking with nick bilton director of the new. Hbo documentary. fake famous. As well as chris. Bailey one of the film stars about the perils of pursuing fame clout and attention and today's in the world. Gentlemen thanks for joining us. Thank you for having nereo. I can tell you man. I felt like i wasn't watching a documentary. When i watched this. I felt like i was witnessing something you. You are definitely yeah. It's it's well. We didn't know what was going to happen when we started the whole thing. So should we tell the listeners. Let's premise. i make a film about fake fame. So i had been reported the new york times for fifteen years and then went to vanity fair as reported there and graydon carter who was my editor at the time was also doing some documentaries for. Hbo and he'd approached me and he said. Oh you know. We should do a doc on Influence a culture and how powerful it is. And i and i said it's it's bullshit and he's like what do you mean. I said well i could make an influence or in ten minutes and he said well. That's a great film. And and then. I had to actually try to figure out how to do that. And and so we What we did is. I teamed up with producer. Annabel done. Who's done a bunch of films before and and we we held the casting call in. La we've we actually kinda wanted to copy the flashdance. You know vibe And we we literally just put out an email To some casting sites and said do you wanna be famous and if you do show but this place the only requirement was that you had you know a thousand followers or less We didn't want anyone that had a large following. We had five thousand people respond and twenty four hours And we narrowed it down to a few few hundred that showed up and then we narrowed that down to we originally going to do to people in doing three and one of whom is chris bailey. Sitting right here and and they all had around two thousand dollars each and then i started to buy them fake likes and faked comments and fake followers and we started to do fake photo shoots all with the goal of making them to be perceived as being famous to see how their lives would change and Sounds a little bit reality tv but it was reality. Tv meets documentary meets. You know kind of social experiment. Yeah yeah it was quite the experiment. And i noticed chris the reason i want you to be here is you really stood out among everyone there. There are few reasons they were asking you during the sort of casting call how many how many followers you have. You're the only person that i don't know how many followers and then the other thing that stood out about him was when we asked everyone. Do you wanna be famous And and people had these like bullshit answers they were like yes so i can make the world better place and change the world and in solve world peace in world. Hunger and. Chris said. I still remember this. He said. I don't wanna be famous and we all stood that we were like. What did you say he goes. I deserve to be famous. And it was like whoa. That was a refreshing answer. Remember that yeah i do. Because i've seen everybody freeze in the room we were it was great. I mean it was a cool answer was like okay yeah an honest answer. Yeah i feel like other the three main participants in this experiment lake. I feel like you chris. Were probably the most genuine and i. Won't i'll try to not give the whole documentary away. But i just remember certain point the documentary. You were like yeah. I don't. I don't want these fake comments like i want people to like me for me not because of this this. Bso we're kind of putting out there. And yeah i really admire them and my favorite line in the film was chris. When you said. I wrote it down here. I'd rather be broken real than rich and fake. Yeah and let's talk a little bit about that because there was the whole idea of this was like. Let's make you famous but nick. What you did was sort of. Bring out the absurdity the fakeness insane in general now. There are two types of fame. There's this fake famous. There's the aggregating eyeballs getting attention attention seeking right but then there's this other thing where where it is your well known for doing something well and it seems to me. Chris what you wanted to do the reason you wanted quote unquote fame is because of your talents. Not just because you wanted more attention. That's right I just think like like right now especially A lot of consumers confuse fame and ability and talent because they don't know how to differentiate between the two and when people think about fame the first thing that people think about besides having a platform as being rich You know what i'm saying but you'll life can be rich without having all of that being famous comes with a lot of bullshit yes so You know luckily. I've been blessed in life to see a lot a lot of things that a lot of people wish they could see. But i've gotten to be a rounded. And i understand everything that all the consequences of like really being famous person like. Do you wanna be famous for a good reason. You know do you have like a message for people like what's the point right now. I in some people think that fame is the point. And i noticed that in all of the sort of the casting call you did nick. There was this. You even had the scene wherever..
"chris bailey" Discussed on No Agenda
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"chris bailey" Discussed on No Agenda
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"chris bailey" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
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"chris bailey" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"It's like staring at a wall. There's a lamp behind me. Maybe that lamp would be more interesting than my breath. But that's the point right. If you can focus on your breath you can focus on anything and then when you become better at meditation and you become engaged with your breath you can become engaged with pretty much anything you can sit down and just write. You can have a coffee with a friend and just tat chat you. Can you can sit down and open up your email and go through it in a methodical fashion without getting derailed. A thousand times when an email makes you uncomfortable. Then you go over to stimulate your mind and check facebook right and so i i feel. I've covered a lot of ground with this answer. But this some asian of all of these things easily easily in an instant you know makes back nine minutes for every minute. You spend meditating. It's a no brainer right. and that's very very conservative. I tried to be conservative in my estimates in book because of the fact that i want to create buy in for people listening to this that i'm not messing around i'm not be accessing them. I took a very very conservative approach. In that that. I think it could be very much more than that. Now obviously there's a point of diminishing returns right if you have an eight hour work day. You can't meditate for seven hours. Fifty nine minutes work takes time. In addition to attention and energy those are kind of what i see is the three ingredients of productivity time attention and energy things take time. Sometimes if you're entering data into a spreadsheet you can't enter a mountain of data in one minute but when you optimize for attention in addition to time that is when you level up and become far far more productive and at the end of the day i get the benefits of being able to step back from my thoughts which returned to the breath. You know. there's a thought returned to the breath. The breath and over time years does someone who meditates have fewer thoughts that they have to step back from or is the thought generation. Just sort of part of the way the mind works and the skill here like you know working out where you're working muscle that enables you to step back from the thoughts toward what you want to focus on toward what's really happening there. Sort of I i guess that's just my question. Does the river thoughts that you have to step away from slowdown Or are you simply able to step back from something. That's fairly constant in most people's experience. Yeah so the value of a thought. I think depends on whether it is well. Researchers kind of divide thoughts into two different categories. The first is a task related thoughts and the second is task unrelated thoughts and not all task. Unrelated thoughts are bad right. We we might be having a conversation. And i might be hopefully not thinking about something else at the same time but maybe there's a pause or or something like that and i think wait. Maybe i should order this for dinner which might provide me with a lot of meaning. Actually but i think as you first of all. There's no kind of spigot in our mind that we can turn off and and flip a switch and say. Oh wow i've got so much focused. I'm not generating these thoughts in response to what happens. The the mind is furthermost part..
"chris bailey" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Four hundred fifty page antitrust report And that leaned heavily on her earlier paper. I find it fascinating that An academic paper published in a law journal for years ago is now kind of at the center of actions. That might actually be taken against amazon and possibly other companies. Her article was titled amazon's antitrust paradox. And the argument was that antitrust shouldn't just be on our consumers being harmed by market dominance by prices that are higher than they would be if there was a good competition and extending it to is this market dominance hurting competitors. That's the essence of of the article. She says yes. There should be that shift. It will be intriguing to see what happens. this article says that If this happens A case against amazon could potentially render the company unrecognizable and this could involve things like the four sale of amazon web services. Aws which she has maintained represents a core conflict of interest because aws sells cloud services that to companies that compete with amazon like net flicks and target. Since i was thinking about this topic. I brought it up at supper tonight with darlene in her sister deb star lean. Do you think amazon should be broken up into pieces. And she said well. Jeff bezos is now moving on. He's going to become chairman instead of ceo this year and so the company is not going to be run by other people If he was still running it she said i would be less inclined to think it's a good idea to break it up because i think that you know he thought the company he created the company seemed to have some passionate integrity in how he ran it and so in general she would think better just Keep it intact. But now it's being run by faceless. People that maybe they wanna do is make money and maybe maybe it is too big. So i thought that was fascinating because I think she's really on on. An intuitive level is perceiving. Something which could be a big factor in what happens to amazon namely the shift in jeff bezos role. There was another article in the information. This one was why tech breakup could be good for shareholders. This was a tech briefing by martin. Peters march eleventh actually that was recent And the idea was that Amazon in particular would likely be worth at least twice as much divided into two three or four pieces he wrote Aws alone Standalone company could be worth a trillion dollars which and these various pieces like merchant service. The the fact that people sell things on amazon dot com.
"chris bailey" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Today is march twelfth. Twenty twenty one. I am recording here on santa barbara island in florida. My guest this week is in kingston ontario further north. From here. Chris bailey whose audible original last just over three hours but might add years to your life and minutes to your day. Fascinating conversation in the topic was meditation which is also the subject of his latest audible. Original also will have some conversation about what's ahead for antitrust Prosecution possibly for amazon another big tech companies based on some new players emerging in washington. Dc and Tech tip There's a connection between halo. The band that i wear the health band and alexa. Also vesta amazon's home. Robots seems to be getting nearer to the day. When i might have a chance to try it. Oh i can't wait. I up in news. I really trust the reporting in the information. That's a subscription based tech publication. That nick wingfield is involved with and has been going on for several years. Really solid stuff. They have a piece that was published march tenth. What big tech antitrust fold lena con could do at the ftc. By josh cisco the story here is that. Lena khan who is now. A law professor is likely to be nominated to the federal trade commission by president biden. Now i've talked about her. In the past twenty seventeen january twentieth seventeen she authored a legal article at the yale law journal And that was about how antitrust could be used to prevent amazon from extending its dominance to new businesses. And as she looks like she is in line to approach to be on the ftc which is one of the sources for antitrust cases which can be brought against companies This piece is saying well. What are the chances that we really are just about to see some real movement On the antitrust topic now it points out that there are five members on this t see and if khan is appointed she might very. Well say. i'm not going to accept this. Unless i'm sure that there are going to be Other to other democrats on the commission that would agree with her ideas about antitrust and therefore that there could actually be some cases brought so that's an unknown at this point and then the other unknown if were to take a case against amazon or someone else How would appear on the courts and That is a whole different issue. Which would play out. Probably over quite a long period of time Four years ago in her article. Which i read at the time. It's a long article and i. It strikes me as very academic it's it's It's hard to hard to follow to tell you the truth. But the essence of it is that regulators should simply abandoned long held views of antitrust law to address the growing dominance of online companies like amazon and less fall Lena con co wrote the house representatives..
"chris bailey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Three. W Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go, E m p d dodges his take over at the State House. Mostly cloudy and bitterly cold overnight snow showers late Wednesday evening. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending this hour. Mayor Jo Cox. It will remain in charge of the Indianapolis Police Department after an attempt in the state Senate to change that I'm Eric Furman. Indianapolis Republican Jack Sandlin's bill would have made the mayor, one member of a five person oversight board, the governor and House and Senate leaders would appoint the board majority. MPD assistant chief Chris Bailey says that would cause problems, not self. Approving the safety of our community is not possible without knowing what they want and building trust with those we serve. Sampling and other indie Republicans blast with, they say, is an ineffective response to the city's record murder rate. But the bill's been punted to a study committee. Indianapolis Senator Mike Young says that'll let the discussion continue. Rick Berman, 93 WNBC Mogilny in his voice is known to millions of race fans this time broadcaster Bob Jenkins needs you to speak up for him. He's undergoing chemo and radiation for a brain tumor. Shoveling snow is significant exercises. Dr Kyle Frick, are you health cardiologists, and we just got a lot of it. So if your heart's not used to it, you should be careful. Many people that are going outside to found find that eight inches plus of snow. You know, this might be their first bit of significant physical activity and some time period, he said. Cold weather in the nav itself could put an extra strain on your heart. So if you're not feeling well, take a break or have someone help. On the level on the go and on. W I b c calm Now Here's the forecast from the American Standard heating Weather Center. Mostly cloudy skies. Bitter cold temperatures overnight, a low down to zero windshields and 5 to 10 below Wednesday Mostly cloudy with some late evening. Scattered light snow showers. A high of 22 I wish. TV Storm tracking meteorologist Marcus Bailey 93 WNBC. Hey, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let us tell you something You do want to hear No one is funnier than you people laugh. Just thinking about the things you've said. We're having a one of them right now. Co workers repeat.
"chris bailey" Discussed on No Agenda
"Want to circle back to kaley. That's i'd like to. I'm gonna give you the whole load today. Filthy you've got car. That's a good one. Chris bailey at three thirty three thirty three parts unknown in the morning. Janice i came to energy in a family from adams first rogan appearance. I'm a regular contributor overrun mo- tax this correct. I making my first anna amanita. Adidi shing you've been on the birthday lists for february eighth. Thank you for the twice weekly media deconstruction keeping all of light sweet home alabama fema region for governmental maps. Chris dame astra duchess of japan and all the disputed islands of japan sees three three three to seventy over email. This is very interesting. Of course i have it. But i thought that since i had forwarded it to the back office it would pop up and it is important. We read it so now. I have to go look for it to him. Oh you go look for a while. I read the next note. Okay for mark carlisle three hundred thirty three dollars argh eighties. Here's some treasurer please. D- douche me spend deduce te as a kid. I watched adam host head bangers ball dick as the later i saw them on. J r e. And i thought to myself. Is that the dude from head. Bangers ball toss it is but it was his appearance on a khotip. Jesus is show in last fall late fall last year. That prompted me to check out no agenda while there. You haven't wasn't gre at gerry. Donations at the hotel. Jesus donation. i've been hooked since crackpot rocks kill roles best podcast universe. Thanks mark note from dame astra dear. John deere adam. Just this is just to say the dame astros mark heard you and we are on it pronto creating an anti cova electrostatic quonset hut aka the no agenda house it comes with uv lighting ceiling which automatically disinfects the interior with individual nuclear power station with integrated insect farm for sustainable energy food with windows front and back for cross ventilation kale garden optional. Love and light day mastered duchess of japan and all the disputed islands in the sea. Yes this was We called. We said we need to have vow houses. The style europe is going to build back better with bowel house. There's a prize and we need to know what top norwegian architects on the case were shuman glacier definitely enter that especially with the kale growing your.
"chris bailey" Discussed on No Agenda
"Want to circle back to kaley. That's i'd like to. I'm gonna give you the whole load today. Filthy you've got car. That's a good one. Chris bailey at three thirty three thirty three parts unknown in the morning. Janice i came to energy in a family from adams first rogan appearance. I'm a regular contributor overrun. Mo- acts this correct. I make my first anna amanita. Adidi shing you've been on the birthday lists for february eighth. Thank you for the twice weekly media deconstruction keeping all of light sweet home alabama fema region for governmental maps. Chris dame astra duchess of japan and all the disputed islands of japan sees three three three to seventy over email. This is very interesting. Of course i have it. But i thought that since i had forwarded it to the back office it would pop up and it is important. We read it so now. I have to go look for it to him. Oh you go look for a while. I read the next note. Okay for mark carlisle three hundred thirty three dollars argh eighties. Here's some treasurer. Please d- douche me. You've deduce te. As a kid. I watched adam host head bangers ball dick as the later i saw them on. J r e and i thought to myself. Is that the dude from head. Bangers ball toss it is but it was his appearance on a khotip. Jesus is show in last fall late fall last year. That prompted me to check out no agenda while you haven't wasn't gre at gerry. Donations at the hotel. Jesus donation. i've been hooked since crackpot rocks kill roles best podcast universe. Thanks mark note from dame astra dear. John deere adam. Just this is just to say the dame astros mark heard you and we are on it. Pronto we'll be creating an anti cova electrostatic quonset hut aka the new genda bob house it comes with uv lighting ceiling which automatically disinfects the interior with individual nuclear power station with integrated insect farm for sustainable energy food with windows front and back for cross ventilation kale garden optional love and light day mastered duchess of japan and all the disputed islands in the sea. Yes this was We called. We said we need to have vow houses. The style europe is going to build back better with bowel house. There's a prize and we need to know what top norwegian architects on the case were shoo-in they should definitely enter that especially with the kale. Growing your.
"chris bailey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Police say they have a 17 year old boy in custody who they believe was responsible for it. I MPD assistant chief Chris Bailey on what happens next. The information regarding the gym now will come out of the problem cause that date in the next couple days. We have 72 hours to file the charges expected. What happened? Not soon and then, just like a picture of what occurred will be very clear to everybody to one of the victims who was killed was a pregnant woman. President Joe Biden hopes the U. S. Will have heard immunity by the summer and that any American who wants a Corona virus vaccine can get one by the spring. He's encouraging everyone to wear a mask and listen to the science in Indiana legislators are discussing Governor Holcomb's executive orders to control the coronavirus. Eric Berman explains. The House committee could vote next week to ban any state or local limits on business capacity or operating hours. Fort Wayne Caterer Just so, Rudy says he's laid off all the 532 workers out of my 34 years in business. The proudest thing I have to show is that I never missed a payroll in my life. You can't do that anymore because of these unbelievable government overreach and restrictions for Dwayne Republican Bob Morris is Bill would also ban any limits on elective surgeries and without law, any attempt to require masks and social distancing of churches. Eric Berman, 93 Wi D. C. Mobile Me. The single article of Impeachment for inciting an insurrection against former President Donald Trump was taken from the house to the Senate Monday night, and it's causing some division on Capitol Hill, the top Republican in the House. Had this to say The house is supposed to be the grand jury. There were no hearings..
"chris bailey" Discussed on WTOP
"Senate chamber, accusing Mr Trump of Incitement of insurrection. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy on what happens next come February. 8th. Both sides are due to present their briefs. Tuesday, February 9th. The House managers will begin their case. President Biden is expected to take executive action today disavowing racism and xenophobia against Asian Americans tied to the Corona virus pandemic that began in Wuhan, China. Mr Biden is painting more optimistic. Pandemic future estimating vaccines for 1.5 Million Americans a day within the next few weeks in New York City, a nonprofit is making it easier for the elderly Thomas Ramos is with the Bronx River Initiative. A lot of our seniors don't have access to Internet don't have don't even know how to use a computer, so we're going knocking on doors and asking a senior's wanna get vaccinated. And bring them down. A teenager from Indianapolis has been arrested in the shooting deaths of five family members. Detectives say the 17 year Olds younger brother, who was recovering from gunshot wounds, alerted police. The dead include the teen's parents, their son and daughter in a 19 year old pregnant woman, assistant police chief Chris Bailey. Serious problem in our community with people who do not know how to deal with their conflict, the surviving team said his brother had gotten into an argument with his parents for staying out late. Lisa Matteo CBS News to CBS TV news. Executives have been placed on leave a statement from our networks as allegations of racist and sexist comments by Peter Dunn and David Friend will be investigated by a third party. The L A Times first reported claims both created hostile work environments. S and P futures up to this Is CBS Never miss a moment. Top news from W T o p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP 703.
Plucky Watson, Serena's Escape
"And welcome one last time this fortnight to the tennis podcast and Wimbledon relived on. What would have been men's Finals Day of the twenty twenty championships have finally. The Sun is out. It's been a frankly miserable. What would have been Wimbledon fortnight, which is made the the pain of? Missing out on Wimbledon slightly easier to bare certainly for me personally, but it's A. It's a lovely summer's day today. And it would be a nice day to be enjoying. The men's final especially is the The flying ants have the memo that Wimbledon didn't happen. they are out in force which is. A Wimbledon tradition. Hadn't done well, that's. Today's the first I've I've probably missed it and I think maybe the weather is part of that. And we've we've just watched a match with an amazing atmosphere which I think probably also stirs that feeling a little bit, and probably because it's the last day of what would have been Wimbledon and us is the last day of Wimbledon relived for now. 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And a third round match between eventual champion Serena Williams, and then British number one had the watson a much which ended up defining that Wimbledon Fits Serena in in some ways defining the extraordinary and dramatic year that she had on tour in twenty, fifteen and much that kind of. Defines Wimbledon in some ways we'll certainly encapsulates Wimbledon the the sun, setting over just resplendent center court with. British ten tennis fans out in force getting behind a plucky Brit that half in the mid never heard of that morning. It's. It's Wimbledon all over. Isn't it? And I think I don't WanNa. Put words in your mouth David. That's probably what made you miss it because what we've just watched so sums up so many of the things that we love about tennis I would say that's true. I also think it's it really does encapsulate the the Wimbledon that I knew as a kid, and as a teenager before Tim Henman came along when British though there was a big gap where? I had not known British contenders for the title. In on the women's side in before my time to be non-journalist Virginia, Wade and Sue Barker, won the French Open, but would never really perform to that level at Wimbledon. So, Strapped my formative years following the sport, Jeremy Bates had a good run in ninety two got to the second week had match points didn't manage to tighten them against gay full Jay. And there were a lot of those sort of moments. There are a lot of single standout moments of a player. Would make them. National News as back page. front-page news even plays like Andrew Castle. You got to eighty in the world that had a match against mats. Wilander that back then was hyping him to to a level. The even he didn't think was was appropriate. Time member in in the Post match press conference that that he did he. He guys this great line. After losing the final against Philander, he was two. It's one up for landing world number, one, nine, thousand, nine, hundred sixty, says he said. Let's just take it easy here I. Mean I lost and. That's that says a lot. Ready I think you know he. He was realistic enough to know and I remember Chris Bailey in nineteen ninety-three. Playing Goran Ivanisevic and the whole nation just stopped, it was nine seven in the fifth set twenty tonight night, the whole nation, stopping for about four hours just to watch this moments, and and he became a national celebrity in a single day. People had I mean it's way more than what Heather Watson inexperienced here in terms of going from somebody nobody had ever heard of Watson was on the map to some degree. This took it to another level question, but Bailey was an complete unknown and then suddenly. I remembering, going on BBC grandstand the next day with death Lynam the presenter who? Asking about his life and said, what did you go friend thinkable list and he said. I'm. GonNa go. I haven't got a girlfriend. And then suddenly the BBC was just inundated with letters from people offering their services his girlfriend. Services! Okay maybe that wasn't quite. Home. He told me he told me because he covered the Australian. Open with us for BBC radio for number years, and he told me that that night he went into Wimbledon village walked into a restaurant with a friend of his and the entire. Pub and restaurant just stopped what it was doing and turned around and just stead at him. and. He'd never experienced anything like like not at all until. Four ask before he'd never been heard of by so many people.