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A Powerful Approach to Keeping Remote Staff Motivated

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

A Powerful Approach to Keeping Remote Staff Motivated

"Than forty years. Lynn twist has been a recognized. Global visionary committed to alleviating poverty ending world hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability from working with mother teresa in calcutta to the refugee camps in ethiopia and the threatened rainforests of the amazon as well as guiding the philanthropy of some of the world's wealthiest families lynn's on the groundwork has brought her a deep understanding of people's relationships with money and her breadth of knowledge and experience has led her to profound insights about the social tapestry of the world and the historical landscape of the times. We live in lynn. Thank you for joining me and for sharing your insights with me and my audience today. Thank you john for inviting me to be part of it i i. I love this conversation already before we dig in. Tell our listeners. If you would please a bit about your professional trajectory your boots have been on the ground in so many parts of the sector. Can you tell us a little bit about your journey. Yes i wanna make. Sure i don't go on and on and non 'cause that's really like my whole life story but i started working in this sector. I think when i was a child i did my first fundraising event. When i was five. I wouldn't say was in the sector. I didn't even know. There was a sector but i was in kindergarten and i I noticed that there was a budget crisis in our school. Not that i could even spell budget or add or subtract but my sister was the star of the school play. They weren't going to have costumes and sets because there was a budget crisis and it was going to be sort of this abstract interpretation and she was the princess in a a fairy book Tale story book kind of play and she was so angry and so upset. She was in the sixth grade and i was a kindergartener so i went back to school. The next day and organized my kindergarten with my teachers help of course to make chocolate chip. Cookies and lemonade stands Lemonade and did cianci cup. Being eliminated stands around the school block until we raised enough money to pay for costumes and sets for the school play. And we couldn't adder surprised that we could fundraise.

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Bayern Conquer Europe for 6th Time

ESPN FC

03:21 min | 8 months ago

Bayern Conquer Europe for 6th Time

"WELCOMING SOLICITATION ESPN AFC on down Thomas. Of course. One topic dominates today show and Matty's volume unit being crowned the twenty twenty you eight for champions the winners Kinsey Komen's goal the difference between the two sides I ever player in fact that Champions League final to school against his old Jamie Lee, frank and Craig Burley with me to reflect on the final Craig that wasn't quite as high scoring as we as expected however the best. The best team one and appear she will get CIANCI's the third clearly. Stating the obvious but there were good chances. You'd expect much better protect the MVP chance not long before halftime quite an embarrassing finish. To be honest and I personally think by got macho a first gear. In terms of you know what they can produce. were, able to control the game and when the Champions League yeah. This wasn't quite what we are expecting. Frank. Why not? Well because of clumsiness, some some players and and just mentioned MVP I think I'm not sure that mini. Was the best team overall during the season of chimpanzee. Yes. But then that game I think they were in control of the game but personally, I had some chances to to to surprise him to kill them even and. The fantastic new year in goal I. Think. Could have lead the game in the first half but again, mini chinses wasted by a the strikers and I think Keefe I can regime the game I. Think the defense is the defense is better than the tax which pulls them what we were expensive causality. Wasn't but I think a good example of that was choice at NC. Flake makes in terms of having Komen playing therapeutic. Essentially telling us you know what we think insulin common can dominate one one situation sending doing that we don't need. WE'RE NOT GONNA force funds Davis to get forward down the left hand side because kids can take care that. Finish it cannot do that as well. He talks signed. Davis on the overlapping runs and I think is by design that Afonso Davis did not really have a for dissipation in attack he was holding back almost as if to say, you know what this is our way of not dropping off we're going to maintain our hide line while we're not gonNA take many chances going forward and I think what you saw from by Munich is they played A conservative game with a lot of talented players and bathing. Not WanNa take chances really going forward because the the time that they did take those chances going forward than PSG had opportunities and when we say that PSG had opportunities, we're talking about PTSD team who had the chances fall to the right people. It's too bad is to Neymar is to Maria three clear opportunities in my opinion. In the first half they not take advantage of and from then on it was difficult to see PTSD to get after by Munich particularly after by an escort PSG got disorganized, they were more concerned about the files, the yellow cars, the physicality of the game rather than playing the game a no better example of that that Neymar who in the second half had difficulties trapping the ball passing. The ball doing the basic stock he was busy drawing fouls but not actually having an impact on the game. We

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Han Dynasty

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:50 min | 10 months ago

Han Dynasty

"Welcome to bedtime history. Have you heard of a country called China one point four billion people in China more people than any other country in the world around nineteen percent of the world has Chinese, which means around one in five people. The Chinese have very interesting history which goes back thousands of years there civilizations were vast and powerful and the invented many useful things tonight. We're going to learn about the Han dynasty which ruled China for over four hundred, years. China located in the East which is across the Pacific Ocean, from the United States than below Russia and above India. Like many civilizations changed over the years as emperors replaced other emperors. An emperor is the same thing as king in China. Gals who was the first emperor of the Han Dynasty in two hundred BC? He formed the new capital of CIANCI along the way river. His first move was to replace smaller kings over the different regions with his own relatives, which he I thought was a good idea, but these relatives ended up being just as difficult, often trying to take over his role as emperor. With gals Zoos Emperor Confucianism, became the main philosophy in China, it started with a man named Confucius. Who wrote about how people should treat each other and behave? He wrote the people should be honest and trustworthy. They should be loyal to their leaders. Parents and parents should love their children and children should love their parents. A follower named Fu Shang had saved the books of Confucius and under Emperor Gal Zoo universities were established Oliver China to share his teachings. Before. Long thirty thousand students were studying Confucianism. For many years, the Chinese people worship their ancestors. The emperor worshipped his ancestors to and he and most families made ritual sacrifices to them and to other spirits. Taoism was another religion practice during the Han Dynasty, and during this time Buddhism was also introduced to China. For every civilization trade is an important way for people to get things they need. In one, thirty, eight BC, a man named John Chen was sent by the emperor to explore the West. On the way most of his party was captured, but junction continued on until reaching Afghanistan. There he discovered goods. The Chinese would find useful like horses and Golden Silver and could be traded for junction, hurried back to the emperor and told him about the trade route soon. Many Chinese were moving along this trade route, connecting the east and the West. Some of the main goods China traded to the countries in the West where t perfumes, precious stones and silk. For this reason, it became known as the Silk Road and was used for hundreds of years afterward for trade between the east and the West. The, people of the Han Dynasty were also known for their beautiful artwork. We know this. Because many of the tombs were decorated with paintings and pottery and carved stones for example, the Tomb of the Wu family had three thousand figures carved from silver bronze jade. The, Han Dynasty also known for its invention of paper. The Chinese people took items like bamboo rags, fish, nuts and tree bark impounded them down, and then mix them with water next they spread it out flat and let it dry. This new invention quickly spread the empire. Another important invention was writing during the Han Dynasty. Someone wrote the first Chinese Dictionary and historians began recording the history of the Chinese people. Which is why we know so much about them today. Like all great dynasties, gals, uis ended when someone more cunning and powerful took over. Wing became the next temper and broke with many of the old dynasties traditions and called his new dynasty. The first thing he did was took the farms for many of the wealthy families, and gave them back to the peasants, the poor people. This angered many of the smaller kings, and before long a new emperor lay shoe controlled the Han Dynasty. At this time, the dynasty was mostly controlled by young teenage boys who are power hungry and always trying to get the best of each other, which only lead to more trouble in the palace. Before long the next person wanting to be emperor raised an army, and conquered the palace, leading to the end of the Han Dynasty. But incredibly at four hundred years, this dynasty was the longest lasting of all dynasties in the history of China, and also set the standard for future dynasties which sought to emulate its success today. China's one of the largest countries and seeing much growth and has its history to thank for it.

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PS5 News and Predictions

Beyond!

07:26 min | 1 year ago

PS5 News and Predictions

"Weird as that sort sort of thing was because again they weren't promoting this APS five launch. reveal or anything like that. We got the logo but we did also get a small graphic that said playstation five hardware features and estranged is almost all these horror features were first introduced to us via playstation blog posts or via wired interviews or things of that nature. This is the first time place. Kinda like put these things out there and I wanted to run down them and we can go a little bit more into detail. But these are the official confirmed hardware features that they're really banking on so one is three D audio sound. Another haptic slash adaptive triggers for the new dual shock. Whatever it may be called? An ultra high-speed st allstate. Drive that will essentially be helping. Empower Your Games hardware based Ray tracing so ray. Tracing built into the system as well as ultra HD BLU ray which will finally give it comparability which the PS four pro does not have with a one act so you will be able to play just A. We aren't capable yeah. I didn't realize that when I bought a piece for pro and my girlfriend I bought like four four. Hd Lures with Kelly. Just wash in terms of being like a dedicated Media Player that ps four definitely took a step to the side from previous playstations and in terms of having that front front and center. I WANNA say they dropped the ball. But it's definitely been like there was a while ago you couldn't run certain files off a USB stick everyone's parents-in-law during the playstation three era head of playstation three. Because it was the media thing it was on the affordable media's same with two synonymous with. DVD's yeah so so of those features and there's one big one that I want to tack onto there that we can talk a little bit because it's a bit undefined but of those hardware features like what grabs your attention. What do you what excites you about the system? What do you feel like you need to hear more about to really get the scope up? I liked the haptic feedback thing because I feel like The controllers from what we've seen through official sources on the Xbox side and leaks on the playstation side. Feel mostly iterative like they feel like the the five dual shock five. Whatever we're calling it right now just kind of looks like a like a dual four? After Christmas break like it's kind of CIANCI a little thick one of those heavy horses with short like a little Sebastian of the Thomas. The tank engine was stopped talking about horses. Horses no looks like a thick cost. Yeah we haven't releasing the back of it yet. I know you just really sat back button so those are coming out at the end of the month. Okay that comes out at the end of the month and there was a recent patent for the dual shock five that essentially implied there would be back buttons which are similar to what the xbox one elite controller has what some other pro controllers have. Yeah so if it's structurally similar to the dual talk for that Even if it's a little horse here chunkier but I do want to like dig in more the sort of bells and whistles that bells and whistles that's gimmicky that's horse. Nonsense horsing around of all these things like these are things that will matter like a higher faster. Hard drive is great Ray tracing tracing sounds cool don't understand it ultra HD. Blu Ray cool. I don't have to switch to my xbox one s three sound cool great. That's so that's so corny. That is totally like rear touchscreen. Vida stuff and I'm here for Italy. It's the kind of thing that I feel like almost like I not every game. We'll take advantage of radio but I feel like almost every game. We'll try to implement something to haptic feedback launch. Your as long as it's going to totally go away you're going to be like it'd be less the lightbulb right by media molecule release a small game three years. That is the best. Use those things you've ever had. We'll be called sky touch or it won't use the screen. It'll just be three D audio and get yourself out of the jail cell pitch black. Actually the blindfold. I'm genuinely interested in the ray tracing stuff it just because I think that that is going to be the most immediate. Oh my God this is next Gen when we when when when we see it probably taken advantage of. I've read a bunch. The pieces deep diving into what playstation five ray. Tracing could actually look like an obviously I think if they want to maintain a price point that is competitive. It is an affordable for a pissing on average salary It's not going to be as advanced to say some. PC's as can can achieve nowadays. But like I really like the idea of of of it being immediately more beautiful again being immediately mmediately beautiful then you then you could see the PS four and Li- like for me. It's just little things like Oh God you know it's like Armand decided not to the original dishonored you could see wretched odors and the vision. You couldn't see it in the council vision and I sort of like. That's the sort of thing that we can notice. And I think that's going to actually be a big selling point for me that it's just going to immediately look prettier. The technology again. The technology is like the way that the playstation and possibly implementing this kind of short circuits my brain but I. I do think that that is going to be the thing that people are going to immediately noticed right now. What was it was the first? PS Four game that you remember being like Oh it's here now because like I feel like launch stuff stuff. It's so close to pre tailend previous stuff that you're like looks nicer. But it's nothing horizon aired on. Okay okay I was going to say uncharted for before. That prop I mean there was. There was some there was some like pan over stuff in kill zone where I was like. Yeah Wow. That's that's a stunning environment Running Yup coast some of the textures in that game and being like okay. That looks really good In retrospect they they look they look good. They look fine scraping opposite. Yeah it always happens when here's sort of chasing that but yeah I'm totally with you guys on this. I think it like I would really love if there's a couple of things that just like genuinely wow out of the box. Yeah and more importantly if devs working on. Ps Four exclusives for Twenty Twenty start quietly implementing some of the stuff under the hood. That is there when we played backwards compatible games on day one and there's a giant patch with it makes immediately the last of US look even better and such. That's even that's even more interesting. If the if the leaves ghosted Sushila can look better right if that's even possible. Yeah they're very good looking leaves. You've done a great job Andrew for me personally. The ultra high-speed. SSD AGAIN A lot. All of these things are more like tech Germany. And I think when we get to the PS five reveal and the way things are going to be sold to us. We're not gonNA hear half of these things in marketing word. That's why it's hard for me to sort of explain. Yeah excited for Ray tracing because I don't really understand how it would but I know what it could potentially sue and that's the salt dry for me in the showed that in a sort of like behind closed doors demonstration and to wired and then that video leaked but essentially the the load times in the way the world will load is so dramatically. Faster her because this is a sort of custom built drive. That's going to be interacting with the Games in a different way and so that will allow they showed I think the difference from the PS four Spiderman and then spiderman running on the PS five hardware was like a six second difference from like seconds down to one point

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Derby d'Italia Preview

ESPN FC

11:10 min | 1 year ago

Derby d'Italia Preview

"Hello welcome to the show. The Italian peninsula is pulsating at the prospect of the the Italian. I described the anticipation level. Here is above average shackling shocks. The only major daily Steve Nickel Craig Burley Guide Makoni is with US too. He is certainly quaking at the prospect of you venter's against Inter. We can see they are the top two teams in in Syria. After six games into perfect with six wins out of six events is just the two points behind them. The automakers actually actually make it into slight favorites to win this at home. You've into sit close to two to one for the win just over two to one on the draw gap. Let's start with you. It's always a massive game but many are calling this the biggest WTI Italia in close to a decade why simply because it's really the first time in close to a decade that that interacts legitimate contenders they've won every game name thus far in they're coming off a Champions League week where they went to the camp now in Barcelona and for more than an hour they play really really well and then perhaps had a dip at the end and so all these factors together coupled with all the all the subjects here obviously you've got doggone thing and Bep in Mata going back to take on to take on new Venice. You've got you know geico go dean against skips. Ronaldo renewing old rivalries there. You've got show many things going on on the side as well. I think there is a sense that the people are ready after so many years of vendors dominance for for somebody to go and deliver the title and it would be quite a story if it were who does it contain against Syria sorry of course gap the battle of the recently deposed Chelsea coaching say. Let's let's get to the teams that you expect to see out there. GAP STARTS OUT WITH INTER-WAR. What is it starting eleven and we look at blue collar. Who Missing Out in mid week? He's should be fit again so he's up front. There's no Alexis Sanchez who suspended of course foolish suspended I might add highly would've started anyway Dombrowski of coming in on the right wing Mozart elite for beyond that it's really interest- best eleven recenter backs and really explosive midfield led by Stefan with and Brockovich rough and what about event is Gab. Renaldo is starting to click yeah some debate about whether it's developed Renaldo whether it's GonNa be Wayne and who Seattle upfront some debate over the formation I should do. There's a lot more than certainty here which weird when you think society team we know that his best eleven we'll have douglas on the wing and that that four three three with church turns before for two off the ball but there is no douglas costs are so the thinking is we're going to see somebody in the whole it could be Aaron Ramsey. We will the Aaron Ramsey it could be. There's also the option of been lining up as sort of the third man in that three prong attack in midfield. Probably what what right now you would say three and ambulatory continued to write back in part because the show and then levels out in part because he's done a pretty decent job there and obviously community but we know that he's not gonna be back until the new year so it's partnering Pucci Delicious Delicious Prospect. Isn't it great big one for Ramsey's relatively house played the GOP said they'd give teams a bit more hard to gauge because Sarah has changed around and they have a big squad but as another market down for inter who started this season fantastic well okay had a big challenge in mid week which the the Ba- lost whoo certainly won't disgraced and the debt of CIANCI's against the US side who haven't quite had the straps yet. I think gobs mentioned this before. I think one of the big things enter is not just the fact that they've got. Some new faces in the playing field is the fact that Antonio Conte has given the funds hope as well and you know. Here's is a guy that goes to ut lingering around seventh previous even towns around it goes to Chelsea has a has a bad star tones it round that season they went new league and to get off the six games in the League of Women Star. I think giving everybody a and rightly so I'll look forward to but the two biggies is tested all coming within four or five days and then you know got good gauge of where enter our by by Sunday night I coming off that loss against since Barcelona as well I I'm interested to see coney goes both because of the Madrid in bothell on an yes they played well for no doubt shed but ultimately law is he going to try and set trying to save some energy because they they gave me or will he try and take advantage of the modern pop because it's five against four my opinion of safely we three you. You know sorry one which which we did. He go accompanied my mind up whether he goes on the front foot or whether it goes conservative. Yep You get the sense out there. Slow Start Conventis is starting to enjoy full now and Maurizio. Sorry starting to figure things out as you'd expect. This event is a still you've enters the daytime daytime defending champions for for a reason. I still think that this is you've enters. That hasn't hit full stride just yet. I feel they can go up a game or two and I act who is coming would be playing seemingly for the long term now. I don't think he's found his confidence either. Just yet alongside Baluchi intend to catch a new Venice. This is about as good a time. No parental yeah to get something out of it. I can key players Craig fee. Oh you who stands out on either side of the ball who the potential gain decide his sentence. He's playing Brnovich. Didn't the hard graft in the middle of the macaca could come back in the game. You know mind united we were critical as GONNA show up in a real big games. They don't come much bigger than this. He didn't play mid week so so he's he's. He's fresh off blocking the site so he'd be a big shot mentioned from you have a lane how does young Honduras partnership with Benicio Gab. I wonder mental block. Perhaps for into the get over here. They've only beaten you've inches one time in the last thirteen in Syria. I don't think so we look I mean have a whole lot of issues mental and otherwise have had over the last decade but you know I'm not a believer in those statistics. I don't see how it's relevant. What happened eight games ago ten games ago when it was different players? It was a different manager different manager on the on the you've aside as well of course obviously when you're when you ain't that it does feel as if you you're kind of always climbing a mountain. It's a very Sisyphean pursuit if you will but that's add any dog team especially in the first six months months what they're never lacking is mentality so. I don't think that's going to be an issue in issue for them at all. I think give this game this game. I don't think it's going to be won or lost by mind games or whatever this game is going to be won or lost either either tactically if one of these two teams and weirdly Qaddafi who's the one who's perhaps more likely to throw a curve ball and change things up rather than Cold Day. One there or it's going to be won by individuals because you've got some tremendous game changing individuals on the page from from merely Ghannage to China Rinaldo obviously to as as we heard from Craig the likes Consi Louder Martinez whose looked sharp and maybe lukaku offers a different type of challenge stevie could possibly be a game decided by which defense plays better the the defense has been spectacular. They've conceded feed. No there's only one mistakes in my head as could game could be decided by Rinaldo. Yeah I mean the truth is I'm listening in right now. This could be a good thing to play event. Remember l'ennemi vent is no last couple seasons regardless of the monitor players have we sat and watched little about how the moving the ball well decree logic get the feeling that was more event as it never played. GUETTA fought to get resolved. They always get when at my house most. There's one team and there's one. Guy Renaldo who comes up trump scored in both games at the San Sierra last season prediction timeshare. which way do you see this going? I in and to get the job done. You know I think we've seen enough from into suggests that and as I said on a standby this is as good time as any to to catch Venice. I think to get three points. Golden Lost Zero sorry at the wrong country park for that aw just particularly say come on it was nothing to do with. We talked about insurance. There's nothing to be by defendant grip pace in the bowl from massey the touch from Suarez just go finish one of those things it wasn't all over the place yes they had to defend but they were beaten by couple of Grit Gold folks and I think that gives them heartful game because the well I'm GonNa go for an intimate on win and another Markelle Dome for them in the League to who they're going to be a Hatcher Kuni. Event is don't lose. Don't lose so you're saying say saying juice. Hugh had junior bets into we've all event is always come up trumps. You County back against him in a big game blue gabby. You get you get the casting vote here. What's going to happen diplomatically. Sit on the fence here. See something I think into draw points for the first time in the season. I'm going to go with with a high scoring hiring draw to to something like that. Maybe even more I know you wouldn't normally think so. Look at city is a game. It's going to be tight but I think there are enough off individuals out there and you know this is still Saturday's. You've and I could see a game with practically different outcome but along the same lines of what we saw when they played Napoli so basically gobbled says you won't lose that'd be Eddie can place for the girls rose for a high scoring draw the rest of the Syria fixtures on Saturday and Sunday looking like this

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NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

UN News

12:13 min | 1 year ago

NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

"This is Matt Wells at UN news an estimated two hundred sixty million children not receiving an education and the crisis hampering their access to vital life skills and the jobs market leaders at the nonprofit their world have committed to closing the education gap the organizations bringing visibility to the scale of the global education crisis through through an immersive installation the infant classroom a mirrored room which highlights the huge number of unfilled seats in schools across the world sites it on the main. UN Plaza in New New York the installation serves as the centerpiece of their world's latest campaign Hashtag right the wrong aiming to gain the financial support and political momentum to help children achieve she therefore potential and Gio Partners Founder Sarah Brown and President Justin Vanfleet spoke to you and uses Nutley Hutchison onstage in the G. Media his own during the German assemblies high level week well so we set up the infinity room right outside the main doors to the headquarters because we wanted to capture people going past and just make sure that education was front and center this has been a UN week where how we protect our planet has been the start to the week and and now we're moving across to talk about people on that planet and truthfully. We're not going to find a way to save upon it. If we don't find a way to educate all our children to who need to know what they need need to do to play their part so the infinity rumors you walk into it is a mirrored space that when you sit at the the children the school desks there the mirrors create literally millions of empty desks representing the two hundred and sixty million childrens. You say who don't get the chance chance to go to school and there's some sound as well right. Do you want to tell people a little bit about this. Once you walk in there you can close the door. You can create your own photographs. Create your own film mm-hmm and the space will will do all the work for you but also you can hear the sound of a classroom and hear what the sound would be if we had all those children at school learning unexcited and planning futures to justify anything to add just building on that is what happens if we don't do anything about that today in right now and that's why we thought it was so important even when climate and other issues are front and center that I see even here at the boxes for educations at the bottom because it's the foundation that really helps achieve all those. SDG's and by having the box here front and center it reminds people have not just tuned sixty million out of school today but if we don't change change course immediately in two thousand thirty actually over eight hundred million over half of the world's young people won't have the skills that they'll need tend to the workforce we productive members of society so as a wakeup wakeup call to what's actually going to be happening in twenty thirty if we don't take action great so what is what is the global education crisis exactly and how do you bring visibility into this with all these other. SDG's that are competing this week especially so the crisis is simply that you have millions of children out of school but the crisis is also what that means for them as they grow up and as Justin said you face a future where within a very short period of time half of the world's young people will not have the skills to be ready to be able to enter employment or run their own business or engage in a job that Romo might be doing an unskilled job but there's going to be plenty of scope for people with skill jobs but they have to have that learning and we're creating a bigger and bigger gap as we have children who are able to go through the secondary school and onto higher education and leaving so many millions behind and the challenges also not just for those children who are in the poorest hardest to reach parts of the world world but also this children who are displaced and we have so many more children to address in a humanitarian context where as a refugee as asylum-seeker as as a child whose family can can move several times as they move. We have to be able to be flexible and provide opportunities for them so the comp the competition with the other goals is not a competition you know. I was talking to me Muhammad this morning and she said something very wise. She's she loves the progress of any single goal all from her point of view responsible for seventeen any progress on any single goal has a positive impact on others and education arguably has the greatest impact on how we cheese every right youth is certainly at the center of the conversation these days right yes absolutely Sarah. Would you share a about the founding of the organization. What sort of inspired fired you to pursue education at this level so I didn't set out to set up a charity that was focused on the global education crisis. When we first started the charity seventeen eighteen years ago it had a different name it was focused on community health and education projects and looking at the grassroots level but what's happened. Is We've grown. We've partnered with other initiatives. Initiatives been inclusive with the way that we work working with Justin. In a leadership role. There brings a lot of skills and expertise with his team where actually you are able to work right of that top. top-down level of looking at how we unlock the political will unlock the financing on adopt commitments to education that we scroll back ten fifteen years just weren't there and the journey to making education the priority was one where whatever health project we were doing something around nutrition or something environmental you can never reach your full goal when you'd dealing with children who don't get that chance to go to school and it was just something where myself and the other like-minded people realize that if we collaborated together we creative partnerships together as an organization we could do that and that's where their world was born but there will doesn't work on its own either you know we've got partnerships with other. NGOs always with UNICEF here with the meeting with them this morning and getting a lot of new commitments for education sharing our resources and I think all of us have to do that so their world is is there to collaborate and work with others because we need government civil society. We need businesses if together going to reach these goals great that's that's what I was going to ask him aside from the infinity classroom sort of what other involvement you had with the UN Jay this week in maybe more details about those partnerships so we here we have the Business Coalition for education that we established. It's been building private sector engagement with education so they've been hosting a big event. We've campaigned for many years at their world to be able to see the creation of the new financing facility big pledging today and education wait. That's within the unison family is they're. They're scooping up massive commitment this week for education emergency so we're having busy days every day of course and you both. I believe leave returned from a trip to Greece recently right where Russia around degrees yeah. Could you share by breaking. You told us it was it was it was one of those his trips where you realize the sheer scale the challenge in both of the global level but also what it means individuals where we were there on days we had record numbers. There's of young people arriving on boats from Turkey and these refugee reception centres that were already overcrowded three or four five times the capacity no supplies even for for a place to ten nothing and they're just waiting outside and you had all of these young people and most of them young people in these camps and we were able to do is as we partnered with education not wait and the players the Dutch postcode lottery and we said we have to do something we have to right the wrongs such an injustice of what was happening there and so collectively we invested into programs with UN agencies with UNICEF and unique CR and we're delivering five thousand school places right now because those young children we went. We saw that young people were able to take out of those camps go down the road of these centers and their eyes light up. They're taking out of these places and hope and opportunity everything's right in front of them and then you know the end of the day they you have to go back and so we have to solve that crisis of the refugees being there in those conditions but also this transit center they need some type of hope and opportunity so we're not making in a plan to double the capacity immediately when over eighty percent of them service in the next few months so they all have chance of education while there and so that's that's our big our big challenge ahead wonderful where where else has their world gone and made impacts so far what we've worked a lot with refugees because we campaigned very heavily to be able to get funding through the humanitarian sector. It's not that many is that change come about so we've had a lot of work with Syrian refugees. I'm British and so for for us to see in Europe refugees coming in was a big wakeup call in two thousand fifteen to sixteen to realize how close that that came to us coming in into the Greek islands but also something where we have a responsibility these people now our neighbors and to be able to engage. We've worked a lot so one of our biggest initiatives so it was the big breakthrough was making a proposal for the double shift school system and the WF school system is very simple solution to massive influx of people needing education and a the population like Lebanon or Turkey Jordan overwhelmed by how to cater to that need generously being prepared to do so and so if the school can start earlier in the day day you gotta first shift of children coming through and then halfway through move overtook double. The number of children can come through a school building in one day which means you don't have to to spend time working out where you're going to build buildings. You can get on with working how your teachers are going to be trained to cope different language instruction making sure there's children have the opportunity and and that's worked amazing. I mean just speak to the numbers more accurately than I did but we have hundreds of thousands if not millions of children who are now in school as a result of that system that's wonderful. That's not sit and I think that's the point is we're not an organization just to run programs on the ground because there are a lot of great partners that do that already and what we're really trying to do is find out where the blockage is where the gaps who's missing out. How do we provide immediate support but then also how do we create that change and unlock the bigger amounts of funding the bigger partnerships need to happen to really deliver sliver at scale exactly what you're saying. Lebanon with this proposal partnered with the government agencies and over three hundred thousand young people went back to school last year. There were refugees in Lebanon. That otherwise wouldn't have had that opportunity before we all work together on this. It was about ten thousand immediate impact that you can have if everybody works together really put her mind to these new innovative ways of doing work. That's that's wonderful. I'm staying on the good news. You mentioned there. Were new pledges that came out this morning. Justin I I was following some of your tweets there was incredible progress that came out of the UN today. Can you share a bit about who those donors were and and what we saw the first CIANCI veterans education cannot wait so looking for funding that needs to be ready to move very very quickly whether it's an unfolding emergencies so there was a number of countries that came to the fore so we saw Norway Way Denmark who was that Germany Germany the United States made a commitment made a big commitment so all all of those commitments are there and ready and then reaching out more widely and I know that education will now look towards the expo twenty twenty coming up and talking to Dubai you buy cars and other organizations in the region about how to galvanize more countries to be able to come in on board we had even more because after the education cannot wait event we had the International Finance Facility for education which is a new proposal. We've had out there and now there's actually money coming into this thing so it's real it's real we had youth campaigners the past last two years campaigning with their world and other organizations to get this thing up and now now it's there today there were six hundred million dollars in pledges into that and because of the way it's sort but actually multiplies the money through through the Multilateral Development Banks Action Equates about two point one billion dollars. We'll be able to invest in the next generation of young people and you combine that that with the amount from education cannot wait. We're looking at two point three two point four billion dollars that was raised just today just across the street for education and that's a big deal. That's probably the most that's been raised origination and he's single day in history. I think that good news. You're going to be the place where we stop today. Thank you so much seren Justin for joining US everyone. 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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Welcome back to Cianci's, great outdoors. And, you know, I like keeping your posted on what's happened in the big world of fishing out there and stuff like that. And on the phone with me right now we've got a gentleman from summerville, South Carolina Patrick Walters. How you do Pat, I'm doing fantastic. And thank you for having meal, and, you know, it's, it's a great day. I'm actually the tournament starts tomorrow getting from Ron rink to kind of excited about this weekend. Exactly one of the things I want people to know that, first of all, you're young dude, man. You know, and you are sitting kind of, you know, I'm not putting any jinx it, but you're sitting on a little bit of on the list there because you're number one right now with the angler the year, and it's your rookie year that your number one at that point system and stuff. And I it's been a phenomenal tournament for you this year. It really has. It's it's been a good season. You know, everything's kind of went, right? So far this season. There's actually been a couple of things. I'd like to have made some different decisions on along the way. But all in all it's been a good cheer. You know actually I had a little bit tougher practice for for Bill this weekend. So I don't know what's going to happen this week. That's one thing about fishing, you never know. But actually the worst practice. I've had all year was the John the first tournament, and that was my best friend is hopefully that whole through. But I'm really excited about this season. You know, a lot of the young guys that came to leak, here's this year, brought a lot of fire and hand every everybody here everybody's having a good time and I'm really enjoying so for. Oh, and that's, that's fantastic. Once again, I think right now, you've had you've been twenty tournaments. You've been in the money thirteen of twenty Jesus. That's not bad at all. But you had two first place finishes of a second. One second place finish you've been in the top ten like seven times top twenty eight times and top thirty fourteen times. I mean, I know anglers that would die to be in that position. It really you know, it's just it's been it's been fortunate. You know, and I really feel like it all goes into, you know, you get out what you put in is, is much work. If you put in, you know, it's just practice makes perfect. You know, I put a lot of time on the water, and I think that shows it's just whatever you want to do, whether it's you to be a professional basketball player and you go free throws all day. It's the same thing fast issue. You know, we spend a lot if I'm on the water, we practice a lot, and it's just staying staying in tune with the fish, you know, if I'm not fishing turtle home, and I'm gonna fish, it home or I'm vision other tournament. That's why even though I may deletes here's this year. I'm still fishing eastern open because I feel like you gotta say Vivian possible. And just fish is much. You can just I just I just love to fish oh to beat it. No can't cannot. I will agree completely. I as a matter of fact, I saw that, that you're fishing the opens, which is it's really unique. Because at that game. You on the water more it gets. You keeps you sharp a lot of people. I've told people I go. You know I've seen athletes of doing my show at the baseball players basketball players football players cetera and I've watched them, and I said being a bass angler is not different than any of them, because you are there is such a fluid constant motion, just like watching a basketball game. There is a fluid nece there's a motion to, and I mean, you guys are up their pitching crank and grinding moving adjusting doing things you there is no stop and people will just fishing. No, you're not. No, it's definitely a lot different than people perceive. It a lot of times. But like you said at this level, everybody's got the physical capability. But a lot of times it just come down to middle decision sometimes. Hey, like judge in the water conditions. The variables that are presented in just go fishing and just kind of letting the fish talking. So a lot of it is, you know, being able to present the, the right time but of making those smart middle decisions. Yeah. Twenty five years old, right, twenty four twenty eight, any more than you know, you're right. Thirty five in August. Okay. You're turning twenty and it's really it's, you know, young guy aggressive fisherman. A lot of kids high school kids in, in college kids are looking up to you pros saying you know that's what I wanna do. That's what I want to be in the it is. I mean, it's a great life and a takes a lot of work, but it's something that they need to, to look and plan down the road to the future to be sitting in the boat next Patrick Walters. He's saying, hey, I'm gonna win today. Official. Oh, absolutely. You know, it takes a lot of plane. And it's one of those things you have set your mind to if you wanna be professional bass fisherman, if you want to be a librarian, if you want to be a nurse. No matter what. You know, you, you have to set goals, and you have to work to get there and it's the same way with professional fishing. It's one of the things you set your goals, and you fish as much as possible, and Tom on the water is the biggest thing, and it's not worried about going out and just giving many sponsors as you can just you really have to take it on the chin for a couple years in the sponsors that approach, you are going to be the sponsors that you land. So don't be worried about going out and the tacking a bunch of people in word about overtime. If you just keep fishing everything kind of fall into place. It's it is the long road, and it's a little more painful sometimes, but it does work out. Exactly. Hey, now, you're gone through this weekend, and people can follow, you online and see what's going on watching bass masters, online and keeping tabs on everything. And we're even. Going to try to keep everybody up to date on great outdoors and ESPN radio AM, one thousand they can hear us everywhere east of the Mississippi River, by the way, just so, you know. It's just a small audience, you know, and but the thing is, how do you what are you doing to prepare yourself to get on that boat tomorrow? And wait for them to say wait for trip to say okay, go from the Dak well actually right now I'm in the bottom Riggan rods, and getting on the rod put together, you know, ring that I think I'll be throwing tomorrow, everything changes. I, I like to read about twenty to twenty five dollars every time if an excessive amount, but no matter what conditions I wanna have arrived right? And, you know, if it's cloudy or sunny, I wanna have everything. So when the conditions present, I can just go fishing and narrative, a lot of middle print basically, you know, getting a rod put together and kind of looking at the map, like this is my game plan is going to, and, and then let time take off it. It may be the tournament. We're not probably blessing for another. Fifteen hours, but it's gonna feel about like three hours. You gotta hurry up kit. Dinner take a shower, go to the meeting, and then you got to catch some rest, and then you feel like you'll be asleep for thirty minutes. And we'll be liking ready for blastoff blast off again. Now is one of the things that. Bist before you became an elite anglerfish in the opens will you part of a club in, in the area grew up in North Carolina's? Nocera was not. I actually fixed a bunch of local stuff like the cat, the catchers, which is secure on England angler team trail fissures in my first trail ever fishers, fishers of men officials admit legacy division and just missed a lot back home club stuff, kind of, but it was not necessarily a club that was just the Pm series and fish with my dad. He was my team partner and just a lot of fishing back home. And then we didn't never have a high school graduate from a small school eighteen kids in my class. And then when I went to college, when I found out high school fishing, actually existed, and then I did a lot of fishing in college. And then fishy opens last year to now, so, you know, those kids that are looking at in high school and college, and, you know, you get. How scholarship money for colleges now and high school are looking for more kids to be part of their fishing team. I mean, it's, it's an interesting way to grow and be part of a unique. You know, program fishing for fishing for your education and fishing for fishing. Absolutely. It's definitely interesting. What with port has grown into. Well, I wanna say thank you so much. Patrick for coming on the show with me this morning, telling people about yourself, if somebody wants to follow you, what's the best way to follow you. At Patrick Wolters fishing. And that's for Facebook and Instagram at Patrick Wolters fishing, and I really appreciate you calling me. I'm really enjoyed being on into hope weaving fishing, cares some momentum throughout we'll have to do that everybody. Thanks, much Patrick. You have a good time. You're letting thank you. You're listening to Cianci..

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"cianci" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Again. She was only kidding. Don't you joke when you hear one that whole twelve years thing, come on? Who took that seriously? Nobody. That's who. She is. One of our listeners called into talk to Troy said, she's she's like Cianci Gardner in being there. She, she wanders around Washington DC we pretend that she's an oracle of some kind that she's spewing wisdom. When in reality, it's, it's off Moric silliness. I'm being plight, as I can possibly be. And then she declared that, that whole thing about twelve years was sarcasm and dry humor because a Republican dared to fact check. We have twelve years, twelve years. That's right. That's a Bernie Sanders, and then, of course, Beato f- arrc short time line to create a greater panic. He told us that we had only ten years, it was only ten years, not twelve but it was all sarcastic. So it turns out, it doesn't matter was just humor dry humor very dry. In fact, it was so incredibly dry that at blew away like dust remarkable stuff. Those are. Responsible for the two thousand eighteen United Nations report on climate change from which cost, yo Cortes drew her twelve years, left conclusion, did not consider their work to be an attempt at dry humor. The daily caller wrote during a livestream April Cossio Cortez mocked, critics who blew off the claim as a joke making clear that she was serious when she said we have twelve years left to cut emissions by at least fifty percent. Now. Hang on. I I've got this look what I've done. I Akasa Cortez made another video of herself. It's all just dry here. It's, it's sarcasm but she made a video of herself, which is fun of doing over the weekend about her trip to go. See, I guess that she say it was Korean did, she say was Kranich that she went down to have a, I think, many petty, right to get a Manny petty and the woman at the many peds.

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Vladimir Putin declares war on rap music

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:14 min | 2 years ago

Vladimir Putin declares war on rap music

"We end today's program in Moscow. Vladimir Putian has declared war on hip hop. Swell. Some would we? The journal was by husky one of the Russian rappers who's recently been arrested while Vladimir Putin wants praised urban music for shawnee allies on social issues, the Russian president has heard enough descent. He said that with rap music now firmly part of Russian culture, it's up to the governments to manage it. And several artists have had their concerts cancelled since October which joining me on the line from Moscow discusses the af correspondent te'o mirtz a welcome to the program te'o. What exactly has gotten on Putin's nerves? Well, we're we're talking about Putin's war on rap on north shore that some thoughts exactly true. He said that the the Kremlin has to step in and play a more active role in indicting rap because this uses to try and to try and shut it down. Because like you say is is the the Russian cultural see now, I think what has. On his nerves is that. Wrap is a dealing sometimes explicitly with with politics, husky has has spoken about the political situation in some of his wraps. But it's moved that they're talking about the social situation statium problems, which are becoming a bigger, and she and becoming more of a worry for the for the Kremlin, especially among young people that they're let show how they can how they can manage this generation. So I think that's the issue that it is the young people's medium, and they're not really show how to how to deal with it. The I I suppose, hey, pal pays 'em. Perhaps I won't say unique, but among all art forms, and may aren't forms of do try to highlight social issues and criticized the establishment, this is one that's probably speaking more to the younger generation. Absolutely true. And there these concerns with the with the younger generation because it's obviously a group of people that have grown up with the internet say they've got lots of outside influences apart from state media in the TV channels should very much on the on the Kremlin control. And they've all say if your if your an twenty twenty five and under hair, rarely you. I ne- really remember piece in being president. So you've you've grown up in a in a time of great stability. So they have these concerns like people would he was slightly older about the ninety nineties in about the clumps at this of union about what happens when this is about a change of power or change of regime. That means a lot of older people are very concerned about the idea of teaching leaving that it that much more eighteen to the to the idea of that being some someone you in the Kremlin some some something new in in. Cianci russia. So I think that's the that's Paul at the Kremlin concern is. Well, choked to me about the scale of the this clampdown because mean several concerts have been cancelled. And even the rap we're hearing from earlier arrested. Yeah. There's been a couple of those been a couple of dozen comes to council Meister Richard bean in the last month, as I say, there is a sense. This is increasing hausky with was recently arrested. So you sort of it's come to the fore now was going on with with rap music. Hip hop music. I think his will say really compatible to what's happened over the last year or say with this crackdown on online activities the being people arrested for Schering's, apparently humorous maims online. They they'd been arrested or prosecuted under the same laws that these concepts of being a sense be canceled on these extremism, Lois. Which very thank

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Transi on Cianci's, great outdoors, come on and follow me into the great outdoors. Whether it's close to home or across this great country. You know what? And follow me. Well, good morning everybody. And welcome the great outdoors. This is the Trump speaking this morning, and it's a nice cold bunny day is I used to tell my daughters when they were little girls coal. He's in the woods this morning. Called bunnies in my car this morning. Oh, my God was a cold. But. We've got a good show planned for you today. Greg Dixon is going to be coming in from triangle sports, because they're fishing and the teach an old through the ice. Did I say, okay. Is fishing. All you gotta do is getting the cargo south Jason John's from Bonia guide service is still spanking the crappies. Oh my gosh. We're going to hear from him about what they're catching. You know? Really, remember, southern Illinois can stay open all year round. We're sitting here on ice for device. More or less Gagnaire. Open water, forty degrees. Fifty degrees. You could tell the people from the northern part of the state there. Those are the people in the t shirts and shorts. That's labs. They put gym shoes. And now, but yeah, it's it's okay. But it's gonna be a good time there, and I'd like to thank you. Oh, and you know, we're gonna we're gonna go over to a whole bunch of the sport shows editor who bunch other sports shows. I near today. What's coming up after the new year?.

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Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

ESPN FC

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

"Have to start gentlemen. Don't we insure in a game at steeped in history with be echoes of that history tonight for Manchester United up against you vent as well. Certainly didn't look like it for let's say about eighty minutes of the game you've into bossing it leading. Should it be further in front you? Brunell, those sublime volley all they had to show for those twenty three shots and lo and behold, Manchester United storming back to win one not with the freekick and then the own goal near the end giving Josie muni owes men an unlikely victory Josie Mugniyah reacting to the game by cupping his ear to the tour in grand. After the game Josie Moreno on his actions at the full time. Whistle I was in. So for nineteen minutes. I'd probably shouldn't have done it with a cool head. I wouldn't have done it. But would my family and sold it including might into family. I reacted like this. Filet changes the game? We didn't have him in the first lake we introduced one to not for the free-kicks. But the crossers into the lady who always dominates in the air. While listen what let's clear one thing. Right. And my experience pleasant coaches, abused nineteen minutes in most games, right? Is pot. It's not right as part over. But once again on the first point once again, he stealing headlines from please. That's what he's doing here. It goes only cups. His ear comes on many goes in has an argument with Benicio who comes over. So it's all about Marino. Good visit Chauque sick. Secondly, a great result. As a great result. But I'm not buying. This was a great United performance because I use the what again that Stevie Lopes profligate. The only reason would end this game is because event this profligate in the final felt so decrepit United hanging against the team that appear in the final finishing other credit for coming by. So Allegra made the change Sheely off brought Bezeq Leo. Yeah. Anticipating the Fellini bowls into the box and all that. But it just made a little bit. But it might have been a great footballing performance. But this was a great marina performance. He has made a career by Britain renew performance twenty Chinese and some of the game show hope because they're messing China sees nothing. He said so bogged vengeance keep it you keep yourself in the game. Because you know, if you over extend you. You leave all kinds of pieces at least at least you keep yourself in the game. I you get this keeping yourself self in the game because you've vent this are messing Cianci's. Not because that's you. Tonight is set to be United set of defensively that workout when having all these chances United set of defensive you gave themselves in the game on and then bring on the likes of really later and only only because event is for profligate. I got nothing. Sits on the difference in quality between Manchester United, and you Venter's is is you. I kinda what marina does where he has teams. Second best was as some all you keep yourself in the game show. Don't you shut? Shut up show. He tries to shuttle. He did not show up show. They gave up numerous chances. But not because they were trying to get followed. No because because. Pick them apart with some good.

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Oh, everyone. This is Chauncey on Cianci's. Great outdoors, come on out and follow me into the great outdoors. Whether it's close to home for across this great country. You know, what out and follow me? Well, hey, everybody just kicked back in. Let's follow me into the great outdoors and enjoy the show today and this week show. We will be talking to Trevor McKinney and Ethan Jones. We change in mandate couple of weeks ago that he won the a double tournament tournaments in one and they are going into the next level of the best master highschool classic championship rather than the top six fourteen rather will be fishing for the classic down the road. So congratulations tar southern Illinois anglers, there will be talk with them Phil MAC from bass pro shops. Gurney star. He's an antelope owner a deer hunter. Fishermen you can find them working at any store, but he's a very very good outdoorsman. And actually as an educator to working with kids and adults. The guys fantastic. We'll be talking about his antelope help antidote antelope. That's a tough one to get out today that he planned himself him and his friends. They went out west it all on public land permits everything and Tim Mondo from the forest. Preserve district of Cook County will be winding up our show to talk about all the cool stuff. That's going on in the month of November. There's always something going on in the forest reserves. You gotta remember that everybody. There's always something going on for everybody. So kick back. Let's have some fun. Pour yourself a Cup of coffee or soda whatever you want to drink. And let's listen up. I'd like to say thank you to our sponsors that bring this program to you every single week bass pro shops and Cabela's all five stores. Santa's coming around next Saturday, everybody check it out what awards Marine One hundred and eighty six sixty out Cicero avenue in country club hills. Congratulations to Cheryl Smith, their new pro staffer and you'll hear more on the show Paul's pizza in Westchester and hunt. tVcom midwest outdoors magazine, the perfect gift for the outdoorsman or the outdoors kid get your kid is on copy of or grandkid head of the great outdoors. That'll be really cool thing. We're also the official station for Shimono high school and college fishing teams. Don't forget that. And remember to like us at Facebook slash Cianci's. Great outdoors on you have a question. You could always send it to us or give us a call here at the station at one. Three one two three three two three seven seven six one three one two three three two three seven seven six sit back. Enjoy it. Let's have some fun with this today. What do we do this week? Let me think let me think let me think I went crappie fishing. If you looked at my Facebook, you saw we picked up twenty five really sweet nice croppies. We kept. Oh, I was out with a good friend, Craig Cogut and just had a great time. Then we're doing another program a couple of days later, we went out a little home can little goose honk can. And. It wasn't as. Productive harvest wise as the a week ago when I went out last week with a good friend of ours, excuse me, by Rosa. But this week we had a great time Murad arena blind lot of laughing, and we're sitting there and we're like, hey, hey, look at it. Look at it. There's two there's two coming in coming in. And I'm gonna be posted it to Facebook to swans. Came in and say Hello hung around for about a minute. And they really don't they don't take off your well. It's kinda comical knee took off. So it's really cool. I got a kick out of that. That's what we did this weekend. And you know, just a lot of office work and things like that getting ready for the winter. So a lot of people are getting excited and doing things, and we're we're getting I'll kick up about this. Few things that you know, that we mentioned that bass pro shops is gonna have Santa on November ten it's a Saturday. Okay. Gotta make sure I'm saying. That's right. That's how you put putting the Sudan Chauncey noon. I'd like with the big big white beard. I think it'd be a good look I thought about grown a beard. I'd look pretty good. But you know, what you don't know this everybody else. Give around applies to Eric as working the board for us today. I used to be Winnie. The pooh. Honey, is that what you're getting? I used to. I got a photo. If you wanna see me is when he. Yeah. I had way too much fun as wanting to the costume way. Too much fun. That's for another subject that conversation when we do a live remote someplace, but we had a really great time. But before we go to break out and make sure I mentioned the two thousand eighteen Illinois department of natural resources directors hunt. This is the Illinois conservation director sent member nineteenth and twentieth down at the Renne lake area where it'd be staying up in the excuse me little frog and throw today, we're gonna be not going to be staying at Ren light. Because there's gonna be so many people, but we're going to be staying a little bit further north about twenty minutes away in mount Vernon. And then we're gonna hunt on the nineteenth from ten thirty A M check in lunch. Hunter gonna take place at one thirty on the nineteenth. We have a lot of fun than we're having dinner at the elks lodge. Sounds like Groucho Marx line in there. I could feel when coming we have a great dinner programs raffled silent auction and then on the twentieth. You get a pair of breakfast at the jury in. That's where we're we're all staying and then roll on out front from ADM, the twelve shooting quail and pheasant, and it's not just to its as many as you can get. I liked those hunts. And if you think Penn break, raise birds are easy to shoot I'd like to come down to this time because these are fast, and they move up and down faster than many many hundreds that are out there. So don't forget those two things. So you we come back. We'll have some great times we got a fishing reports and a whole lot of other information. So don't go away wants you to stay here. With us your reporting here from our electronic log cabin or as I like to call it the minnow tank on State Street looking at the Chicago theatre here at ESPN radio. You're listening to Chauncey on these great outdoors. You know us. Hey, we know the outdoors. Come.

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Be Nice... Always - Featuring Guest Buddy Rice

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Be Nice... Always - Featuring Guest Buddy Rice

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Dot com and tell them cianci's censure john one thousand in chicago everybody welcome back to cianci's great outdoors and i am with a gentleman that i've known for a number of years and every time i see him my friendship grows a little bit deeper with them because he truly is a remarkable person individual an unbelievable writer i'm talking about you we have got with us dan brown who is you've seen him in bass master magazines you've seen him at newspapers columns over the years he's written for a number of different places but don thanks for coming on today show thank you for even inviting me dan you have started a number of years ago the tackle the storm program which is a great program of getting fishing rods and reels and the kids who have never had them or lost everything due to a storm or tornado it's cetera but you're doing something i love this it's called db and bb with riley to db and bb with riley to tell people a little bit about what exactly is this it's called db bbc and riley to riley's our dog what it is it's about fishing back when fishing was fun fishing when it was slow you yourself said a cane pole line bobber a worm it's kind of moving away from competitive fishing to just kind of sitting in the story of fishing really it is because the story of fishing is when you're a kid what do you do you went down to the pond you as a kid and i remember i'm not gonna go to the story about my mother leaving me fishing on the fox because i didn't want to go home but i mean as a kid i went to the forest preserve lake forest park district lake and they had a lagoon a little pond and i sat there with a bobber a coffee canonized crawlers that i picked the night before that i picked the night before with a flashlight with my mother and then i turned around and go fishing the next day yeah i actually didn't do that as a kid i was a kid has hanging out at the pizza place but but yeah it's dawned on me that i've covered competitive fishing now for eleven years and you don't have to spend one hundred thousand dollars to catch a fish you know you can do it you know very very cheaply i've always said that that fishing is is really not about the fish it's about the experience it's about the person you fish with like fishing with grandpa you know my my grandpa we used to go the foot of niagara street and my grandpa would he would smoke a cigar and we got down to the buddied put that on the hook and he throw that in the water and he told me i'll tell you a quick story he said we're at the foot of niagara street any point and he said that's where grandma came from and i say so i said okay cool so i went to school has about six or eight or something like that i went to school and i told all my friends and my grandmother was a mermaid and for years we thought that you know so i was i don't know about seven or so birthday dinner i i asked my grandmother i said so so we're like fins grandma where's where's your tail and she looked at me and she has wine i said well you know grams told me that you were mermaid and he started laughing and he said no donnie i was pointing to canada not the niagara river so i didn't really know that at the time so yeah those memories we in the outdoor writing business we don't write about that much anymore we worried about how to tie what to what to throw you know blah blah blah blah but we don't write about the essence of fishing and the soul of fishing and fish with db bbn riley to is going to be about we're gonna show up we're gonna we're going to be at japan favorite little donkey favorite little creek put out some lawn chairs gave a couple of root beers throw line in the water into sit and talk and tell me tell me why you fish you know who who brought you why you do this and i think it's i think it's for relaxation to get away to be outside and there's nobody really talking to them and i'm just going to knock in your door and you know we we.

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Hawaii lava evacuees grow weary as uncertainty drags on

Tara Granahan

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Hawaii lava evacuees grow weary as uncertainty drags on

"Oy jalen beaks was the starter he is actually still in their paul sox have fought back top of the fifth inning scranton wilkesbarre has a four three lead on the pasta we'll continue in a little more football than get andrew brandt coming up in a moment right now seven thirty two from the revolution softwash news center here's zemun paul gresh thanks in the news rhode island's commerce corporations over fifteen years the state's going to realize one hundred eighteen million dollars in revenue over and above the tax incentives granted for four companies announced today as either expanding or relocating here in the ocean state residents on hawaii's big island face several threats from kilowatt today in addition to the possibility of more eruptions lava from two lava flows oozing into the ocean sending hydrochloric acid volcanic glass particles into the air that's producing lays which is a dangerous mix of lava and hayes a providence city councilman says mayor elorza is on shaky ground in the next election and that what voters want a mayor with buddy cianci's way of governing who's honest on tonight's dan york state of mind john lombardi who was not least currently a candidate for mayor says those are key findings from a small focus group he commissioned from the seascape yard guard weather center accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says tonight will be clear to partly cloudy low fifty two tomorrow cloudy not as warmest today a shower in the area late in the afternoon high sixty eight mostly cloudy tomorrow night a shower around until after midnight low fifty four and then wednesday warmer with sun and some clouds and a high of.

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You're listening the chauncey on cianci's great outdoors on espn am one thousand in chicago rely yeah you know that is one that'd be three and stuff like that are real quick i mean there's a lot of people in the up over there and behind these fails for and so there's people sitting around and pay the buyer drinking coffee this morning everybody they can probably we got people coming in the door we've got our youngest guys just walked in there bevin years old this kid's gonna wind up getting a bunch of stuff you know that we're gonna look don't worry about that and we've got to watch the things going on you know we once again we just the people got pat here's the guy on the spot but ritter with gallagher we also have our friends keep remorse at times if you're looking to get those little digs that work all year round not just for ice fishing i can't believe this i'm doing a live remote and a guy that said every remote i ever do any brings bacon bonds and everything else daddy are you buddy hey john down here on kentucky lake down the paris tennessee all right everybody now throwing no well i'll tell you what if it wasn't for coming down here with guys i would have been there with you just give you a little quick report up here down here crappie fishing is kind of tough you're you got to catch a lot of fish before you get some peepers i think we got a total of about fifteen keepers for our fish fish friday nights louder.

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"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

Crimetown

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

"Dan rights play the keyboard trump bond guitar base and drums stefan's any eric play the saxophone and additional horns and dan brandt again played the trump this episode of crime town was mixed by kenny qc ac our credit track this week is roseline eastman's special holiday rendition of our theme song goats run to your momma our add music is by matthew bowl thanks to julie heymans emily wedeman mike stanton danbury in everyone who shared their stories with us alex bloomberg is the pot father he would go up to people and say may i shake your hand sometimes they would and sometimes they would and about next season we have picked the city we know you wanna know what that city is we are not going to tell you not yet at least stay tuned oh is the each thanks to our sponsor trip adviser trip adviser compares prices from over two hundred booking sites to find the best deals on the right hotel for you to save ten percent on thousands of tours and activities visit trip adviser dot com slash crime town and use the offer code trip ten and that's trip adviser dot com slash crime town offer code trip one zero thanks to our sponsor uber the add the less you request to ride any time with uber you can see the price before you book and you can even schedule your ride in advance to take the stress out of travelling you could find you grab in the app store or on google play you riders use the code crime town we'll get five dollars off their first three rides that's code crime town to get five dollars off your first three rides berry you offer expires february eighteen two thousand eighteen.

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"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

Crimetown

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

"He ravages i your looks like i never loved it fighting raised to overnight my cue and look what you did be your birth he moon so lewis mistakes man moines minerals man slowing what i in the he takes off his toupee he leaves it on the ground at walks off into the darkness in the to pay is sitting there in the spotlight to close out the show too bull mm mm in at how successful was it in what way during the two thousand three fringe festival buddy cnc the musical did six sold shows at the latakia theater is sex afterwards the casted a reading of the musical for the providence performing arts center or peep pack to see if they might want to put on a production in providence but in the end p back passed on the show and it was never performed again artistically you know it it was an interesting experiment for us i wouldn't in others in terms of the reviews they were mixed we had a couple of really good ones a couple of really bad ones and a couple that were like well it gives get could be with work i think the the best review i got was from buddy himself which was a he never saw the show because he was in prison at the time and i went to see the documentary that cherry arnold saturn him did about him and he was there he he gotten out of prison recently i had to go up and say hi of course in that said higham jonathan van giessen i've written a musical about your he's like oh yeah yeah.

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"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

Crimetown

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

"Dear and those smaller stay sure knew the stay roar asia's biggest all agree shown moved his big announcement of the name of the operation which i i mean is one of the best names ever another thing you just couldn't make guide know lines are down plundered out shen longer though paul rage aitken's looking for someone to be is inside man in this organization and so he finds freight us tony freight us the undercover operative who wore a wire now these guzman figure stupid you're going to let nobody's going to think i'm slow tony these are the kinds of guys they already figure stupid because of your acts of so just let them thingy on yam pie figures do good they'll tell you though explain things to you that's all get to them okay let's get these geico roaches now you'll new coating your company does airconditioning call you mr freon the rude the man is strays sharon as m k well look you asia earning that is a range charles's low shown nuts regional bureau moon after shooting sure well uh be blog bird bob brewery shen wandered monning job good morning elliot so dr body good but it was it saudi what if we had freight us walk into this meeting with a briefcase on a shoulder that had a camera lens sticking out of it so the visual was he's coming in you know and they're not noticing of course because they didn't out i could not catch on that this guy was guy like so been doing any illegal activity lately do you have any illegal activity you'd like to mention ted testing testing do you have any illegal and i think it was was one of the funniest moments in the show was his sneaking around with this briefcase with a camera sticking out as camera lens sticking out of the edge of it.

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"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

Crimetown

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

"This saw may i shake your hand takes buddy into politics remember the first time he ran for mayor he was an unknown up against a well oil democratic machine regan since the film gone win are wrong city benin that save lives and on done the god of graeme thumb right through rat flea obvious dirty you sad per rap police landed goal bush see this is before he was the guy that everybody knew and so he would go up to people would say mashak her hand and sometimes they wooden sometimes they wouldn't the city than ex lion i gotta pick the bride we're all the name thank the gang madonna and then the new life embodies the anthony i'm round in boom may may i may i shake may i shake your may seeing god k pat the rick clearly shown that will be in common the call him drugs would be written done he suggested as bad it wanting game now romney and as i go robson banded day oh that's right he ran his first campaign he was the anticorruption candidate nieto that was was talking about irony yeah yeah that's we didn't know about that back on the road this his i'm risen who have looked it up sense video we've got a big surprise marone the game and a new planes body dan i'm rounded bummer may i may i shake may i shake your man ludi robin smith most disparate speed.

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"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

Crimetown

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on Crimetown

"This episode of crime town is brought to you by trip adviser drip adviser compares prices from two hundred plus booking sites to find the best deals on the right hotel for you to learn more and to save ten percent on thousands of tours and activities go to trip adviser dot com slash crime town and use promo code trip ten that's chip adviser dot com slash crime town promo code trip one zero this episode of crime town is brought to you by blue burden the ap that lets you request the ride anytime you can find the uber out in the app store or google play new riders who use code crime town will get five dollars off their first three rides that's code crime town to get five dollars off your first three rides hurry the offer expires february team 2018 so providence do robert is now child everyone every stevens perot vote in cigarettes parreira voting's is five only most sued he uh our jury easy mms the our top story today december six two thousand in two bloody checks in two jay i'm here at the front gate of the federal prison where former mayor of providence rhode island vincent a cnc junior better known as bad as expected to surrender himself by noon today to serve his fiveyear fourmonth pillar the show opened with her body standing in front of the prison his back to the audience just a light on him and then the newscasters started to interview the various citizens of providence here the denizens of the area have constituents on the streets of the city reactions to the former mayor's incarceration were to say the least mixed knowing it.

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"cianci" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on KOMO

"A drought in back and forth possibly involved police have been questioning witnesses cianci's listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news good morning it is 900 to from the komo twenty four hour news center i'm jeff pohjola milton woman is dead and a man arrested for her murder josh wet ellis the suspect in the case was taken into custody late last night kumble's jamie matonse a has more friends and neighbors are left with an unsettled feeling extremely i was in police say a family member found the 27yearold woman's body it or queensway apartment friday after her family had heard from our investigators believe the murder happened some time in the past week and involved a domestic dispute is something that the everyday person just does it see heat algiers deceit on the news you see it on tv see they movies but when you see in person like feet away from you as ships it's a whole different experience assad when anybody loses their life that such a young lady to reward says she believes she saw the victim in ellis recently when the victim first moved in arizona a gentleman that that went into the apartment but their dog and she came out and i just ask them what they were my new neighbours and they said yes it's komo stanley muhtaseb reporting and again judge well as the suspect in the case has been arrested a multi airshow opened yesterday with carrier emirates air making a fifteen point one billion dollar offer.

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"cianci" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The asian oda monday's on tnt into the provocative world of a young william shakespeare in cianci's new drama series will we are more narrowly weapons a what's told with a revolutionary visual style the modern soundtrack the series celebrates all the love lost history in brilliance of william shakespeare dis new series will airs monday's at nine starting july ten aung tnt and on the tnt app yeah you the union start off as a as a believer in the kennedys particularly do you think they changed or did you chain i am relieved prison kennedy and robert kennedy people with the an administration chain that was individuals there there was one guy one man i will never forget he had been announced on housing minister action snai with john door it was a republican for wisconsin he was tall but he was committed in dedicated that he even when we were beaten in montgomery he wanted to interview as told us not to talk to the local authority to the fbi enter the lord you from the department of justice he was dare airroute inch of the way in he have change and and move president kennedy and robert kennedy in britain washer along the way and their reaction was a validation of what you're doing you helped educate them by submitting yourself to beatings to arrests to this this constant constant siege well on one occasion attorney general robert kennedy who are my a great deal said in effect he said john anonymous dan.

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"cianci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I can battle with lebron james even if i lose lebron james i will be fine the big no he won't like he's got plenty to lose here yes i agree and i just i just don't understand what he's doing but then again let's not forget who this guy is we can't just act like how he behaved with abhran left the first time is not what were actually dealing with your need he didn't just suddenly become a good guy because abroad decided no heard what we're dealing with dollara and if you look at the value of its franchise before lebrun got away after lebrun got away and now that lebron got back where every franchise out there seems to be worth one point something billion dollars right it seems like it will fall again if he leaves in 2018 and there's no chance of getting him back and then it's one are you going to get another lebrun maybe never so you're almost looking at his if he if he might cash out this year and let me explain some of the decisions but not really i guess but like why that doesn't that isn't at up to me because if you've got cianci billips presumably you got a better chance of keeping lebrun and therefore that issue goes away just doesn't add up to me that you would seem as they all of a sudden i got a burned the boats because i don't want to lose money at five years down the line when you could just make a couple more investments to keep him right now i don't understand is that all out side of it being a powergrab yeah i just i just think well if it's just a powergrab that's fine i just think he's way to believes way too much that lebrun has no leverage and won't leave and that he's locked in and i don't think that letter locks him into anything i think that championship freed lebron if you will more so than that sports illustrated letter locked locked him in there for for the longhaul because final final finals champion.

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"cianci" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on WJR 760

"On the web site at river town detroit dot pro wall street having it stumbles today the dow down ninety eight the s p off fourteen and with a look at sports here's wjr's steve courtney good thursday morning once again my friends the tigers trailing five nothing last night make it interesting putting up four runs in the seventh but they fall short to the giants five for the rubber game of the series one ten this afternoon with annabel sanchez on the bumper the tigers he'll be opposed by the veteran johnny cueto getting first pitch 110 now justin verlander last night in front of his locker saying he doesn't pay a whole lot of attention as were linked trade rumors mainly because he just can't control it if it happens he can control it because as a player with ten years of service with the same team he has veto power over any trade meanwhile he says he's working is change up the cavaliers offered former nba allstar and piston cianci billets what is viewed an mba circles as a belowmarket salary of two million dollars namely for the role of serving as president of basketball operations league sources telling espn john cianci turned it down on monday he will continue in his role as nba analysts for espn steve courtney wjr sports traffic and weather first on the fives up next commit the athletic calcavecchia could leadership programs of detroit pal help 13000 you learn skills needed to succeed both on and off the playing field the paulwsmithcom plastic has raced five point five million dollars forty troy pow and the funds go right into those programmes now detroit pal wants to turn 13000 into 20000 and hits and they need your help to do it make a donation to paul's pals visit paulwsmithgolfcom when you're in a leadership position it is imperative that the people with whom you work respect you but respect is never a given here are a few tips to earn more respect at the office i'm pat o'brien with the business rockstars minute number one well be kind always be.

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And that they never could come to an agreement on on the parameters on the job and i think it and jonty just issued me i just got a david frum cianci that'll be that'll be your soon not at espn dot com but essentially saying that the timing if you'd like some data still run an mba organization but for him timing was it right and you can state stadia pnn an analyst here are attacked by timing is that great timing not to have your decision maker in place with free agency going where does this leave dan gilbert in caps well they have an assistant general manager kkob altman who has been manning the phones running their their trade talks their free agency and then gilbert is very hands on their net that's part of the reason date griffin is no longer there and the owner takes on that role the earn that's the case in many other organisations to but altman very capable well respected around the league he would deepen the eu will deepen putting together the package deputy would have brought cleveland paul george that indiana moved in another direction in the oklahoma city deal to very end so you could at either putting together big deal you've been part of that david griffin south soap right now kobe will continue to lead their front office and out the gilbert half the pivot and decide whether he wants to look in the direction of altman ordered he want to continue to look outside you're in addition the target someone else because cianci wore the gilbert target from the moment that he let david griffin go hey aging red obviously over the last few years abroad has been.

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"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"cianci" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Contract with unusual in getting through the regular even without an extension highly unusual him getting to the end of the final than in basically drafty than with no clarity about his future not like nothing i've ever seen before and so when you get that far it come come to realise eight that they're not gonna continue in so it's a shocking move it happened at this moment but if you've been around or talking locales organization for a while um there was pessimism but this could continue and david griffin woke up today still faking he had a chance to be the gm i'm going forward it wasn't even though they ultimately mutually agreed to part ways it was it was dan gilbert u essentially decided to end it today and he was still on the phone working doing your job as of today brian who are the most likely candidates now the group is the largest to be there for cleveland moving forward cobi altman who's done with your organization for seven years is the internal candidate as as brock all are both of those guys are fit in gm's um from an external standpoint um you know cianci billips is a name that um you know i've known about for quite some time as and as a chance here cianci interviewed for the early for the atlanta hawks uh job recently there's a lot of people in the league who want chauncey to get a chance at running a teen he's uh very well respected um you know he would be a first time um executive and so he would have to work out some things plus i know that he likes living in denver any likes his job frankly at espn he just recently signed a new contract extension with us any enjoys this jogged works very hard at it but he is um he is known dan give it for a long time um he's very close with a tie lou the cavs head coach they had the same agent um and have been i mean they were eating dinner together after finals game the mean cianci is very much a um a conciliaory of sorts for thai there very close so there's a lot of connections there but cianci is well aware i can tell you this from personal experience chauncey as well aware that working for dan gilbert can be very challenging we saw you added a tweet.

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