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"co manager" Discussed on The Allusionist
"Hap- lawless. Now the emission of one occurrence of sound syllable which is repeated within a word for example in february cr- announced february try using hop from an email. Today one for eulogies procast. Today you heard from rudy bremmer and karina lester carina. Lester is a linguist at university of adelaide and co-manager and senior aboriginal language worker of the university's mobile language to find out more about their work with communities to maintain languages and culture at mobile language. Team dot com. Don really bremen is radio broadcaster and producer with the australian broadcasting corporation. Her work includes radio. National's away featuring aboriginal arts and culture across australia the show word up capturing words from indigenous languages and little yawns an award-winning show for kids and parents to learn about australia's many indigenous languages and our latest project is the show thin black line an investigation into the death of an aboriginal teenager in police custody. All of these shows are available in the podcast apps. So get in. This episode was produced by me. Helen's with help from instead men and radio burma deliciousness. Music is by multi of pale bird. Music dot com. Find the show on twitter. Instagram facebook illusionist show and become a supporter of patriots dot com slash business. If you'd like extra content such as me melting down and to hear or read every episode of business. Cd fold entries for the randomly selected roads find links to all the guests and further information about each topic browse the mexican. Entering the words coming shine you can visit the shows forever home. The business in my experience indigenous languages in australia. Darn really have a word for the finite idea of goodbye. Our ten to maine senator. I'll see you again. We'll see you later. Depending on the language they might be a bit of a eternal kind of influence. About whether you're looking that your show when you'll say somebody again but there is always feeling we will start in catego- which is where we are recording in ghetto goo country. They say well on in my country we say nonetheless. Like i'll end with family.
"co manager" Discussed on The CIBC Private Wealth Podcast
"Welcome to our final podcast covering the election and the potential impact on Industries and sectors. I'm Trisha Bannon head of equities and co-manager of our disciplined Equity strategy c i b c private wealth. I'm joined by Lance Mar senior Equity analyst covering energy today. We'll discuss possible election outcomes and how they may affect the energy sector. So Lance, let's begin with a binding Administration. What would that mean for the energy sector under a scenario where either there's a democratic sweep em in the case that Republicans retain control of the Senate. We think that's an important distinction as it's really sets. Just how ambitious Biden's energy policy can be. We also think it's important to note that the messaging out of the Biden campaign so far is not really so much an overt assault on traditional energy, but rather much more focused on supporting the clean energy transition in particular has proposed to trillion-dollar climate plan is really about stimulus spending on infrastructure and accelerating the pace of decarbonization through support for clean energy, which would clearly benefit companies exposed to Renewables and cleantech at the expense of traditional energy companies over time, but to put that in the context the plan calls for the yep. Economy to be Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050. So in thirty years which reinforces the notion that the energy transition group will take decades even under an accelerated plan off..
"co manager" Discussed on The Fashion Geeks
"Will. Let me back up when we moved here I when we first moved here man before I, even got to New York. I was a manager I was assistant managers that Co Manager for Walmart back in Florida for seven and a half years. I was in management. That's what I did. At our college but I was like the SAS and guy for our market when I was working at Walmart. So like anytime, there was a new store going to a new walmart going up my fashion fashion merchandiser was sending me with my department managers in my team in you know, we will help them set up their payroll, the payroll department. Ground up. You know what? I'm easily be me my team with department managers in all department manages some like the eight stores. So it was like a stores and district, right so we'll get all the department related deaths department managing the district to go to this new store and I'm in charge you know and we're. Again. Building their apparel department from the ground up getting everything in place pictures. Guinness set up to the plan Graham the floor ground. Sitting now from Home Office getting the merchandise merchandise on Iraq's size, you know color schemes get all of that going. So that's what I did and then just before we moved to New York, I got promoted to a CO manager and Co manager is. The next line under the under the store manager. So Let me see head I. Still Been Walmart now moved to New York I would probably be a store manager by now having my own store. So that's that's what I did. So that's a little background. You've been working for the bone ables brand. Yes. Exactly. So I had to managerial background. So. When I moved to New York City what brought us up here with my wife's job got a got. She got promoted to their corporate office here in New York. And When. She got a job. It was perfect for me. It was a no negotiation yes. Let's go. For me to utilize my fashion agreed while I love Walmart and I'm so grateful the experience that I had I did not love it like that. So it was easy call for me to say yeah, let's go. Now So yeah. But I'm grateful for the experience that I had at Walmart because it helped shape. You know my management style it helped shape my business. Savvy not knowledge where everything that had to do to run a Walmart Supercenter which people don't understand the complexity as in running of two hundred and five thousand square foot supercenter. The. No. By their so many compliance issues and everything that people don't think about now I'm one of those deal yet I can I can respect the game. Oh Yeah. It's a lot that you had to do with anything about you deal with the Department of Agriculture. Health Department you do it FDA. You deal with all these compliance. You know because you have firearms sale that Wal Mart Pharmacy Department so you have you know pharmacy hip allows. Artist kind of stuff but yeah. So. When I got to New York, man I thought I was GONNA get to New York. I'm GonNa have me a job I always wanted to have my own business. Because the class that I took at Florida state and I always had in the back of my head, but I never really jumped on it. You know. So even when we moved to New York I was thinking I was thinking about go.
Solange Knowles Denies Cheating With Manager, Days After Announcing Split From Husband
"The line to split from her husband after about five years of marriage and everyone is assuming it's because she was cheating now pretty lengthy Instagram post he was there to pick it apart and that he thinks he cheated with her former co manager John hogar and that she denied this year but there is one part I remember reading where she says quote my body left me with no choice and everyone is tearing apart that quote saying you know well you just raise the excuse bar high for cheating say yeah your body urge you to be with another man or something again she's denying all these rumors that it ended because she cheated but the internet does not believe her and I wasn't there yeah my body was left me when I was sleeping exactly how horrible affair and then came back and I woke up and I would what would you
"co manager" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And if you're gonna be team you have to go into this measure, which it's just weird, like come on this sort of stuff. We've disagreed on players before, do you wanna walk back, your founding membership in the Chris Paul fan club? Chris paul. And you've never done that. I was like a rocket shootaround really Chris Paul. Thank you. Jerk jar. Even jerkin. Skip Bayless getting something by the fake tweet about Kris phone. I love you saw that. here you should go look it up on the twitter mission i don't you know i root for that that network because they both employed us once i don't tend to watch people who scream at each other for a living i'm just not you know if i wanted to that i've got some neighbors you know that marriage might be a little rock There's a lot of good people there. I they put on some really compelling TV, but actually is not one of what I would agree, Mr. every four grave. have you on the program is there right so like putting aside just the just putting aside how hard it would be to absorb that contract and make the trade is there a place in it can't be the lakers like a place where you can reasonably put chris paul's contract even if play they don't have the assets to make a move where they would bring chris poland makes you worth the effort i can't even think like not to choi those guys aren't gonna get along they're not gonna win a miami if he's the best player on that he'd team you can't go to lakers it'd be my favorite thing in the world is he went to detroit and like manner away from you still hanging around right i can't they need a point guard trek is close to them say that's it right but he's at thirty zero point guard small point guard coming off the maybe the season of his career he's owed one hundred twenty million over the next three seasons i don't want that guy my team especially we're gonna create problems any phoenix suns that's a team that would be an interesting set of chris paul they have some youngsters they could shopping and activate your window magic that's another team that needs to point guard also team the has some interesting youngsters some that they may or may not want to offload but i think there amaury as heavy lifting in front of i think this is going to be easy for grave i forgive you for trading away both movie bets and cody bellinger i forgive you for lion's paw unbelievable unbelievable Terrible terrible. Co-manager. Thanks. Was Bobby he gone. He gone. for grave greg terrible terrible cole fantasy baseball manager ryan hickey i didn't know they had this is in a fantasy were gotta league and apparently is going very similar deal someone traded away to sales for dolphin fan or something and it's a whole yeah wow is right it's a whole thing i want to i want to get a little a little more into this idea into this notion of of the spot zion is is fine himself into it and with all respect to read i don't think the wiggins one count because wiggins got drafted by the cows before they realized the ball was coming back when they drafted wiggins they didn't know they're gonna get lebron james i think zion might be in the best spot in the best position Since Tim, Duncan got drafted by the Spurs number overall pick you agree to disagree. Give me a call..
"co manager" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Dot com. All right. And joining me now is a first class father. He is a combat veteran who served with the elite United States navy seals. He is also a former Phoenix police officer who has been in the fight to stop human trafficking drug trafficking. And so much more. It is a big honor for me to say Clark. Emphasis, welcome to first-class fatherhood. Awesome. Thanks for having me, appreciate it. All right. Let's start right here. How many kids do you have in how old are they? I have three kids. My son's many. My daughter is twenty three and then I have a sixteen year old has in Thailand with the mother. Wow. Okay. Very cool. And what type of sports are activities where they into growing up, my son he football early on in high school, but he's he's definitely escape. I think he takes after me. Little bit when I was in junior high I wanted to Tony hawk and says, so that was his main main thing. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I actually just had Tony hawk on the podcast here. Not too long ago. Yeah. Yeah. That was co-manager couldn't play you interview in irc man. That's cool. Yeah. It was cool. He was very well spoken about fatherhood as well. So clark. Please take a second here, just a hit my listeners, but a little bit about your background and what you do. Yeah. Colorado, in up joining the navy spent some time in the regular navy on the US Shiloh ended up making five from while if dude. He was a private military contractor bouncing around left, that I was a scenic place department for eight years doing the firearms instructor thing in Texas now, actually, with once in construction out in California. Yeah, what a crazy journey. Clark. I can only imagine the experiences you've had along the way but how did the experience becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life? Yeah. It was it was kind of a wild ride for me. I ended up having kids, while I was going, Adam state in college. So politics jot. Very seriously, quick for me, and it really forced me to book down all of a sudden, I have a full class load part time jobs, trying to vote on the table. And that's eventually drove me into the military because I was looking for melody paycheck medical insurance and all that stuff. So, yeah, it was definitely being a young father was tough in some ways, but another ways, I love had the energy keep up with my kids, and it was great. It was a little difficult in the military obviously in the navy in the Reagan in the navy I was out on the ship. A lot to include a month appointment. And then in the teams it's tough. Yeah, for sure. I mean, you're going training all the time you're pull it all the time. So you're probably. Going ten months out of every year. And for those of us than had families really tough on us, and all that kind of the uh. Person's a teams there. You know it's very difficult. So what you learn to do is, it's not necessarily the quantity of time. It's quality time. So when you are home do as much as you can your family. I used to bring my kids into team area..
"co manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Tonight that mugginess continues. Alot of seventy three tomorrow will be warm and humid, once again, high close to ninety and it's going to be pretty much cut and paste for the next five days through the holiday weekend. It's going to be warm and humid every day, high close to ninety and then nighttime lows in the seventies. No rain until the middle of next week right now. It's eighty nine KRLD's traffic and weather all news, all day, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD your news now. Enjoying your evening. Your news continues for certified Autoplex of the lifetime powertrain warranty. It is six thirty one. I'm John little with Suzy Sali's Fort Worth man is under arrest accused of kidnapping a teenage girl and some fast food workers helped rescue her as police say the suspect twenty four year old diamond Marquette Williams was at a pawnshop yesterday morning when the victim walked into the nearby. KFC co-manager, Shannon Cates. Knew right away that the girl was in trouble. Was covered. She had blood spots all over shirts lips for bloody, you could tell she's been crying. She was shaking like a leaf and she brought the girl to the back. Lindsey severe called nine one one and within two minutes. Police had Williams surrounded Williams is now behind bars charged with aggravated kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault of a child. The girl was evaluated at cook children's medical center, and is now back home. Police say the girl was with Williams for five days and forced her to tell her parents. She was with a friend. Police say they met on Snapchat US magistrate is recommending the civil suit filed against box springs filed against springs for the.
"co manager" Discussed on Keep It!
"I was the Mattis was someone named Danny king who is a co manager of Mason Ramsey that little yodeling, white, boys. I'm sad that the low mass acts was strategic in positioning the record as country in order to manipulate the algorithm to push his track to the top of the charts. It was like, but no one cared. When like yellow white yodeler Yola over Trabbie. Right. I mean, look this. That's bogus. And this person's Kobe somebody who is like trying to keep his little viral sensation in the news talk about. It's like, of course, you insert your Mason Dixon line. Whatever into this conversation about this black boy don't country. It's hey, terrific. I feel bad for the man, I hope he finds otherwise coins. And if they think you're making fun of them actually, make fun of them for real now, they're haters, they deserve and should make fun of them. And also just release a whole country record, right? Yeah. So we do country tends to be better Ray Charles made a whole bunch of country songs better when he re recorded them. And I mean, listen unless you are REBA or Bonnie Raitt. Like, well, I'm not even fucking what you anyway, we'll say to it is smart for him to make country music because it is hard to get on the hip. Hop like hit hip, hop is the most popular music right now. So it's like he's got a lot of damn competition. The smart move is to be like is even gone this country charts. Like a number one country record. I'm like good for you. Good for you little nausea ex though, we do need to talk about that name another time that it was like Naza 's son. I I was like he got another one. Why would you go X though? I don't know he's the tenth now mascot timbale this. I feel like there's a lot of things we don't know about true. All right. Collegiate has the secret. She shared do you. Find about them one. Where? Aether I do like country music. Great. Home plate is great album. Like, I said Bonnie Raitt is that girl. Leeann rhymes is second unpopular album was my first CD. But that's the extent of my scene. Dolly have you your lie? Yeah. Then I'm actually can go, but scancen. I was joking. But it's a grocery story killed your job. It's a grocery store in LA shopping. So all right when we're back. We're gonna talk about Chris rock and see some latte. Damon young. Ira spring. Transitioning my wardrobe. Florals are big for spring. I hear.
"co manager" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I take I tell you what why don't Steven A, and I hang out here and just a little bit on the Stephen a Smith show. He's going to jump on at the top of the hour with us and hang out for good twenty minutes. Let's hit all the topics in sports today may and Steven will do capture Nick and the af we'll do del Dem's and the pelicans, and we'd probably talk about this as well. Lebron James and Rich Paul his partner his agent his partner in clutch sports sports agency that LeBron co-managers co-owns along with Rich Paul took a trip to North Carolina now for the all star game. But last weekend to go to Cameron indoor arena to see Zayn Williamson RJ Barrett. Coach K Cam reddish play against the Virginia. Cavaliers inboard. They see a game. Boy, did they'd see a block from Zion Williams. Well, that raised a few eyebrows. Fact that. Lebron and Rich Paul and by the way, some other Lakers like Rajon Rondo went as well to go. See the Duke he's play. Now. Lebron spoke to ESPN's Dave mcmenamin about this. And here's what he said about people, whose eyebrows might have been raised. He says as some have questioned a recruiting trip. I didn't talk to anybody. They're only saying that because it's rich meaning Rich Paul when Shad came to see me play in high school when AI came to see me play in high school. They weren't saying it was a recruiting trip then but because it's Rich Paul and LeBron now it's a recruitment trip. He goes on now rich is a threat to everybody and look at it. And they wanna keep trying to jab my agent jab, my friend. What what is he doing? That's wrong. They don't say it about no other agent. When other guys go see players. They don't say that about no other agent, but my guy because he's the threat. And then he says this and he's African American to throw that in there. No lebron. No these onto reasons. The people's eyebrows raised when you show up at Duke, let us go through this step by step now. First of all. You're right. Legends NBA players hall of famers, go see the next big thing often, and they did for you like AI and shack showing up, but you know, what AI and shack were. They weren't you. They're basketball players. Great basketball players legends. Is LeBron James just a basketball player? No, nor does he pretend to be nor does he want to be. He's a mogul. He's a media mogul. He's a powerhouse now in LA now in Hollywood, he's a producer and. He is a co owner in a sports agency. You don't get to just be shocking when you want and be a powerhouse mogul. When you want your both at all terms. That's who you are. So when a powerhouse mogul and agency entrepreneur and all kinds of flattering words about the career. You Bill for yourself off the court LeBron goes and sees a high school player and then a college player play ball people, raise their eyebrows. See the difference between LeBron and shack AI and that comparison why falls week. And then let's go to the next part about Rich, Paul his buddy his agent, his partner. They don't do it with other agents. Do it with other. Guys out there. But my guy because he's a threat that may be the one part of this that I'm willing to admit you might have a point there. Rich Paul's on the come up clutch is on the Cup. It's big time and other agencies are threatened by it. I'm sure other players in the basketball world are threatened by it and that may receive unwarranted negative attention coming your enrich Paul's way. I get that. I think that's a valid point. I want to be fair here. This isn't the LeBron James criticism. Our this. Let's be fair until the truth. Our and that leads to our last point..
"co manager" Discussed on WSB-AM
"We want to get your nervous system working digestive system, working and your diet straightened out. And if we can do those three things most people respond, very positively to our treatment, and if you've ever been in a car accident ever ever if the car was damaged you were damaged. I don't care what the insurance company says if the car was damaged you are not stronger than your car and your seatbelt locks your body in. But it doesn't lock your neck in. So every single time. I was just talking about this yesterday the head snaps around like a ping pong ball. And you always damage the next the car was damaged you damage, you need to come see us as soon as possible if you've had treatment before you're not getting the results, you want come see us for second opinion. We'd love to give you a second opinion. And we co manage a lot of cases with other doctors. So I'm not here to steal you from another doctor co-manager case. To try to get the results that we want. If you have memorize xrays, we're more than happy to go from with you. All right. So here's the new research on cholesterol. This is really exciting goes back to two thousand eight and nine thousand nine hundred. I'm sorry one thousand nine hundred the presence of cholesterol crystals were noted in proliferating areas of cancers. So what they did was in one thousand nine hundred they saw cholesterol crystals forming around cancer cells and tumors. So they thought well, there's some type of association with the regulation of cancer and cholesterol. All right. That was just a visual thing century later. Here. We are much much later. We now recognize accumulation of cholesterol is a general feature of cancer tissue. So when does cancer tissue cholesterol can build up around him and recent evidence suggests that cholesterol may indeed play a critical role in aggression of cancers, including breast prostate and colorectal. So once again, all the studies, no matter where I seem to look all keep going back to cholesterol, and it's linked to the cancers. This could explain why a consumption is associated with increased risk breast cancer. And a systemic review of all the evidence shows that dietary cholesterol intake increases the risk of breast cancer. It's probably not the cholesterol as I said. So what is it? And if you've listened to my show is before you know, I like to get to the why why is this happening? You can tell me it's they're bugging me. The reason the level of low density, lipoprotein cholesterol, and your blood in women diagnosed with breast cancer does appear to be a predictive factor of breast cancer production and progression. Two years after surgery, chemo and radiation. Not one of the women with the lowest third of the LDL cholesterol levels had any cancer recurrence. The same could not be said with the women who had the highest levels of LDL. So here we are. We gotta bring down our cholesterol levels in blood. If we're going to expect to see good results, and it's hard to imagine a cholesterol alone was doing it. But this is the thing. This is what got me excited how to tell you guys the discovery of something called twenty seven hydroxy cholesterol. It's a metabolite of cholesterol. So when you eat cholesterol, one of the things it's broken down to something called twenty seven hydroxy cholesterol, and it can function as an estrogen and increase the proliferation of most cancer cells. Now, you've heard me talk about hormones before we do a lot of shows on hormones estrogen is a growth hormone it causes your body to grow. Now, if you're done growing tall, you're gonna start growing fat now used to be fat. So I can say the F word. So you start getting fat. And Astra Jen is. Reduced by while the ovaries, but it's also produced by fat cells years ago, we thought fat was a blob. It did nothing turns out we were wrong. Turns out fat is a living breathing organ. It produces leptin which goes up into the brain makes you feel full. And that's why if you have a lot of fat, you produce a lot of leptin, and leptin goes up into the hypothalamus and hypothalamus says, okay, I'm full, but if being bombarded with leptin all day every day because that's what fat does it doesn't take a break. It keeps producing slept in the hypothalamus becomes resistant to the left. It says, I don't believe you. It's like the boy cried wolf, and so now the hypothalamus shuts down because it becomes leptin resistant, and this is why many fat people keep eating and eating and eating even after their full. And what's used to be fat? So I can say that. So it turns out that fat sends a message to the brain to trick the brain. And the brain says, I I'm just gonna to. I'm not full I'm gonna keep eating so fat becomes a living breathing. Oregon, and it also produces estrogen and estrogen caused you to lay down fat which causes more estrogen which caused you to lay down fat. So this twenty seven hydroxy cholesterol acts like estrogen which causes abnormal cell growth, and that caused you to lay down more fat which produces more estrogen which can increase the growth of abnormal cell tissue. Which is what cancer so twenty seven hydroxy cholesterol that got me excited because now we know why? It's cholesterol itself that turns turns turns it on to cancer cells. What it turns into and discovery that most abundant oxidized cholesterol metabolite in the bloodstream can have extra effect may explain the link between high cholesterol and the development and progression of breast and prostate cancer. Yes. Twenty seven hydroxy tests hydroxy cholesterol, also stimulates proliferation of prostate cells boosting growth by about fifty percent..
"co manager" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"Sounds like classical music, sound sweet and sultry. Yes. Good. Good. Good. What do you use in just to the your pods? Use an earpiece not the air pods ear pods. Because remember that episode. We did a while back. The air pods. That was literally the worst sounding audio. I have ever heard my entire career doing this. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Here here here. Just use your pods track. And I listened to it I'm bike. This is this is barely usable awhile ago. Man. Yeah. How long ago was that? That was last time. I spoke with you probably like a year co-manager, I feel like you. And I need to talk at least three to four times a week. What do you say? Yeah. Or day or day? I'll see if I could work that anybody's goes. We'll put for you. It's worth it. Well, it's magnificent hear your voice again. And for your first big scoop. This is this is your global premier scoop is the biggest one you've ever had. I mean, it's an apple scoop. I've done a lot. I do a lot of reporting on companies do not cover on the show regularly. Snapped like, Snapchat, Facebook and other stuff like that. Anyone sniffing out? Is anyone looking for scoops on Facebook or Snapchat, though? I mean, that's what everyone wants people actually want. You know, it's interesting like a the last year I've been kind of exclusively focused on doing scoops. I guess you could say, yeah. Had quite a few on Facebook and snap and other companies like that, you can definitely tell what apple there's a there's a level of demand that doesn't exist for any other company just in the reception that you get the I mean, I've been saving everywhere that the scoop is been kind of aggregated or written up, and it's like it's like fills my monitor. It's like bigger than any other double dagger Gatien of any other scoop, I've had at least so. Apple's doing. Yeah. This was a good one. Because it's like this was a good one. It's yeah. It's, you know, the services narrative around them as big thing right now, and gaming is a big thing for every company. I think period, there's a reason that Netflix says its top competitors fortnight. You know, like, that's literally something that read acing set on the last notebooks. Call like, no, we're not competing with you You know, know. Amazon prime or whatever we're competing with fortnight like, we're competing for people's attention and games are increasingly where people especially the quote unquote, youth are turning their attention to like four is has more like daily use Facebook right now, it's it's it's a monster. So makes sense that uphold want to double down on this. Do you? Do you follow fortnight stuff at all? Are you involved that community at all have you to the challenge believable? Unbelievable. I do to the extent that like shatter. We have a daily sports gaming show..
"co manager" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To celebrate without giving expensive gifts. That's Al Franken Mendez remembers it. I need him outside of single Boone does after he's bought a couple of dozen tamales while it was tough growing up, you know, in a Mexican heritage then have presence and all that. So the the only thing is was the tamales. That's what we had to unwrap making tamales at home is also part of Latino holiday culture, giving family members time to catch up and swap stories says Gaspar Rodriguez who's waiting in line at single windows. They thought that that session the gossip, you know, catch up with family and stuff like that. Mexican neighborhoods like Boyle heights, many people who've moved elsewhere return to the community to buy tamales says Frank Reto, the market co-manager and people move away from east LA, and they come back like the people just left a few minutes ago. They're coming from San Bernardino, basil live down the street. They bought their Masa stuff here for all the years. And now that they move away they come back and continue buying here. So it's really the tamales. I really connect people to the neighbors. No matter where they might be. Yes. But in an increasingly diverse in gentrifying, Los Angeles where people pick and choose their culinary traditions. Tamales have become popular with non Latinos says Marie Ikano who's come to buy tamales for her office. Yes. Yes. And they're everywhere. Now, we have little restaurants in downtown area that seldom is of course, they they triple the price. So that's the challenge there hip now. L course hipsters. Of course, what for reporter would I be if I did a story on tamales and didn't sample the myself actually every holiday season. I stand in line and another well-known Tamale place in Boyle heights. Call Lama Scorza I'll have twenty four tamales. Yeah. Thanks so much. Appreciate that. Thank you. I'm.
"co manager" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"But Nancy Wilson became known more as a song stylus as she covered. Just about every style of music thrown her way during the nineteen sixties. She released albums each of which hit the top twenty on the billboard pop charts. She be elegant and coy in her singing, more conversational or even a little racy. Whatever the song called for. She could wrap her voice around it and make it uniquely herds Wilson won a Grammy. In nineteen sixty five for best R&_B, performance and followed it up with one in two thousand and five and one in two thousand and seven co-manager in publicist says she died last night at age eighty one. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. When you no longer want to be in a relationship, you ghost the other person, just simply disappear and cut off all communication. A new report says workers are starting to treat their bosses that way the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, trax, employment trends, and they have found that ghosting the term associated with relationships. Gone. Sour is now being tied to workers who just stopped showing up for duty big quitting vanish. It's like where's WALDO for their bosses? There's no national economic data on the phenomenon but analysts blame it on the tight job market. Engineers welders, janitors. Baristas are all in demand with low unemployment new hires become no-shows. They just move onto the next thing. Felicia middlebrooks, NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. US? Authorities are pursuing alleged smugglers of shark fins. Prosecutors in Hawaii are accusing the owners and officers of a Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly. One thousand shark fins worth about fifty eight thousand dollars on the black market. It's against US law to remove the fence of sharks at sea. Prosecutors say the fishermen harvested Vince from some sharks that were still alive and then discarded them in the ocean coming up in made in Chicago, a place for fun and spirited drinks. WBZ news time to fifty three. Maybe you know, exactly.
"co manager" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Find a new career. I have a demanding demeaning. Unrealistic immature co-manager that I have to work directly with most of the day upper management does not act on serious issues within the company, and the culture here has been depressing since a merger a few years back. My problem is I don't know where to go from here, a marketing director in an old media company, but have worked on stacking, my skills, and highlighting aspects of myself that would apply to numerous roles despite this. I can't seem to get a call or Email back to most applications, and I don't know if this is still what I want in a career networking for me is tricky because most people in the companies where I'd like to pursue a career. Are also connected to the co-manager. I talked about earlier, I fear. They'd out me for looking for a new job to that co-manager. With whom they've had a relationship for decades. I would love the freedom to have the option to quit my job. Tomorrow pursue a new career that fits my personality pursue it with schooling, training, etc. But that's not feasible with a young family and financial obligations. Do you have any advice signed interrupt with a nut? And I wanted to see what some other experts. On this thought. So I brought in John Lee Dumas entrepreneur on fire, and John I don't wanna be the guy who says the answer to everything is starting your own business. But for me, this sounds like a classic case of give it a shot to either start your own if you really want to or at least you've this guy's got to work in some way to build a network around this co-manager that he seems to think has tentacles and everything what do you think? Oh, I love. Let's give them a little bit of credit for setting off with interrupts with a nuts that shows a little bit of good humor here. And I I like your advice, join them. But I also want to kind of bring it back to what he did say about how he has a family. You know, he has kids he he has all these responsibilities. And you know, the reality is, and we have to live in a world reality. That's most people have these obligations. You know, they start every single month way behind the eight ball. They've got to play catch up for like two weeks three weeks to get to even before they can even put anything away in the Bank. So like going from, you know, making whatever he's making right now. Now to making nothing for six to twelve months building up his own thing. You know, he seems to think that's not a possibility which I definitely get. So I'm a huge believer in fan of doing the side hustle. I mean, this is a guy that has definite skills. And I hear his worries for sure about how he doesn't want other people to see that he, you know, potentially stepping on toes or going outside of his bounds and going to get like hammered by people in his industry because he might be stealing classroom. Whatever you might be doing. But the reality is you've got to start a side hustle because you need to get the ball rolling before you take what I would call that. Final leap. You wanna be able to prove yourself at? Hey, I can at least, you know, put half two maybe three quarters of what I make on a monthly basis into my pockets on the side hustle before. I can then turn all my attention to this and go all in so to me, aside hustle. There's a great podcast episode not episode as a whole podcast actually called side-hustle school with Chris Gillam bell on the show was and he just tells stories after stories about people who..
"co manager" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Where they're going this weekend while saving a few bucks airports around the country were busy yesterday leading to about twenty seven hundred delayed flights by early evening on the east coast only about one hundred flights were cancelled mostly half of those in San Francisco gasbuddYcom a price comparison sites. Gas prices are under two bucks a gallon in nine states several states hovering just above that, Mark. This thanksgiving will be a struggle for wildlife evacuees in northern California where the grim. Search for hundreds of missing residents continues. Rain is hampering the slow process of sifting through ash in the community of paradise. We're just two more victims remains were found yesterday bringing the total number of fatalities today to eighty three Butte county sheriff Corey Honi says more than eight hundred searchers will work as long as they can. And they're not taking a holiday all of those individuals understand the importance of that mission also guarding against looting, which has become a problem paradise. Co-manager Lauren Gilson, they're hosting a holiday meal for the community and hopes the displaced the grieving and the overwhelmed can cling to hope for the future, we will build a better stronger community and even in even more beautiful paradise. I'm Jacky Quin and with tragedy comes perceived opportunity for some county district attorney Mike Ramsey says some scans are popping up along with some fake pleas for donations fraudulent, go fund me sites and false charity contributions. We encourage folks to go to the buke county website to take a look.
"co manager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Could be going any better. Extremely optimistic about what we hope to achieve tonight. There are a lot of people going out to vote, but seems like this started the day after the inauguration with the women's March. And it seemed to be continuing today and Laurie as for having many of the democratic candidates under the same roof tonight instead of its separate celebrations. Bickford tells me everybody is speaking about the issues that matter and it just felt right to be together at the Copley. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty right, then and WBZ's Doug cope is with Warren's challenger, Geoff Diehl at his election headquarters over at the Whitman DFW, Doug. What's the mood over there? Right now. Lori starting to buzz here at the BMW more and more people coming in our has been rainy day, but Geoff Diehl been out all day greeting voters. Various polling places campaigning right up to the last minute looking for those last minute votes. It is badly. Try and unseat incumbent Senator Elizabeth Warren supporters while really starting to come in here. Now at the Whitman VFW expect things to really get going after the polls close of eight our opinion polls have shown the incumbent with a good lead. But supporters are hoping deals criticism of Warren has only looking toward a future presidential run and not caring about Massachusetts will resonate with voters in Massachusetts. We will see in Whitman Doug, cope, WBZ, NewsRadio ten. Thirty course deal. Ran the Trump campaign here in Massachusetts, the co-manager, let's get more now on what's taking shape nationally. CBS news special report campaign two thousand eighteen holes.
"co manager" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I had Wish that I had kept trying to play golf because I'm horrible. At it and if he were, still around maybe. He could he can Carina. Getting me Thank you, Carina tell me. What mom and dad did My. Father was an investment banker a CPA Kind of more of an angel investor CFO of the Pittsburgh brewing company. And a, couple of other companies like that, my mom Stayed home with us until I was. About five and then she went back to? School to get a degree, in a, masters psychology and opened up a private practice which one are you more like more like I think I get the the empathy the. Intuition and Listening skills my mother and. Some some more of the business sense from my father. And how did this to shop today as a parent as eight co-manager director I think those are the skills that. In all sorts of practice lodge the general? I think those are the, skills that, are vital, Mark If you had the time to engage in some, activity reflected. What matters to you most what would that be someday Someday when my kids are grown and I can I can do. It I would like to take on innocence project activity tried to get somebody who's been, wrongfully convicted out of? Jail How does that make you feel Being yeah? Why would you probably doing that, why would have other do well It's a. Wrong there's so many there's so many injustices and that's just one of them but, there are so many people who are behind bars for any number of. Reasons. And their story hasn't been told? Primarily because the system the balance The. Need for money to be able to defend somebody is great for most people to. Bare so that's why a lot of people end up, getting Stephen Nick s. a managing partner of a law from interest in that, because I also serve in a similar role what is it about you, and what is it about your DNA that makes people look at you and say I want. This guy to be the mansion partner of our law firm Asked myself that question at times I think I think it's my ability to to strive to listen to everybody and. Take everything everybody into account in what we're doing it doesn't matter what what your role is as long as, you're there you've got a voice and your voice is equal and just I may not always succeed but to try to put all those Richard what else you can best Nick I'm so impressed with. The inspiration of your youth just wondering favorite. Quote the to live with, today my favorite quote and it has been for some time Every man that I, need and it should really, be every person that I mean I think, that that's something that should change. With a quote but the quote as it is. Is every man I meet is in some way? My superior and, in that I can learn from them Why wasn't so important to, you because everybody brings something, different to the table we all have different experiences different, perspectives and what I learned just back from talking to in. The Little Rock, nine project was, that you know everybody approaches things differently and there's value there is value to to to all those perspectives Sounds like is also one of the reasons you appreciate Ron Spinelli am. I. Correct about that yes yes his passion and. It's an acid and just how. He was different but but he he? Made me value something in the see how much. She valued it and how to keep going so you try to find. Something and everybody that you can learn, from, that, you can respect absolutely, I bet you?.
"co manager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This evening the champions league quarterfinals starts tonight ski bantus householders row madrid's answer via take on byron munich the wild is co manager says the box accepts the challenge by britain's anthony joshua which you make the winner the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world's shetty finkel told the telegraph they're ready to do a deal for the americans to fight joshua in the uk this summer and sent hadn't held onto their four point lead at the top of the rugby league cpa league after winning by twenty eight points to six at witness that's the latest i'm richard newman which newman with the european sports now let's turn to our guest for the hour and joining us down the line is krisztian gatica head of research at julius baer christine great to have you with us a good morning to you i want to start by talking about the s and p five hundred in the short term you say a by the s and p five hundred you see it as a buying opportunity when sharp deteriorations happen above the two hundred day moving average because that is historically lead to gains and not to obama kit of this according to your latest note however krisztian the s and p five hundred has just dropped below it's two hundred day moving average for the first time since twenty sixteen how meaningful is this technical breach to you oakland technical point of view it's it's not that meaningful yet so this has to be consumed and you know it's maybe just a slip below the two day moving average that remains to be or is it still up if confirmed so we treat this as a cyclical cyclical pullback in a in a structural structural bull market in in the sec funded and we think this is a buying opportunity to.