28 Burst results for "Coakley"

"coakley" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"coakley" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"I mean i'm sure you have opinions on this but you know especially kind of like from your perspective of wearing. Your manufacturer had But also the way that you just see it as these are my colleagues What what's your sort of take on. What what you think will kind of look like this. Next few years will look like as things like otc duke come online. You have these job enhanced plus type offerings. That can be incorporated into the practice. I'm just curious to kind of get your takes be close. Yeah i think the audiologist is not going anywhere in these products that were talking about. Right now are for for mild. Moderate hearing is for people who we are not serving. Today we will have an opportunity to surrogate we. If we embrace this by the audiologist is still the most important piece. There is to hearing healthcare. Now there is. There is nothing like the counseling. Everything that it audiologist brings to the table on the knowledge. You know your customer you know the end user. You know their problems. They're paying points how to solve them how to counsel them and and it's not going anywhere. Yeah i just don't see it We have a group of people that we serve who are older. They are becoming more technologically savvy but here in healthcare is not simple getting these in your ears in had a tune them up in how to do all of that and especially as you have more hearing loss over time you know and of course great. Things are being done in other areas of hearing health. Your coakley lanson other implantable. 's and such now the audiologist again. They're going nowhere. I just think have an opportunity to serve more people than we ever have been able to serve. Well said i love that. I love the idea that you know. It's an expanding market. There's going to be more reasons for you to interact with the types of people that maybe you've never interacted with before..

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OnlyFans Reverses Course on Porn Ban

Techmeme Ride Home

01:47 min | 9 months ago

OnlyFans Reverses Course on Porn Ban

"An abrupt reversal. only fans has suspended. Its october first policy. Change which would have banned porn on the platform after securing when it calls assurances and aims to provide a home for all creators. it's words so j. k. i guess or as the dr patel twitter account snark only fans decided not to ban porn after realizing the company would be bankrupt without it and quote or as austin reef tweeted. This could have been the marketing stunt of the year. Quoting business insider. Thank you to everyone for making your voices heard only fan said in a statement wednesday we have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned october. First policy change only fans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all craters it added. The company had planned to ban the content starting october first and only fans representatives said. The change was planned to quote comply with the request of our banking partners and payment providers. End quote sex workers had told business insider that they were quote angry and confused by the change. They're giving us less than two months. Notice to find a new platform to move all our fans to in an attempt to just survive and keep paying rent. A sex worker named nat cole told insider ceo. Tim stokely had told the financial times that the banks be. Ny mellon jp. Morgan chase and metro bank created what he called. Unfair obstacles to pay craters because of only fans association with sex work. So coakley said in an interview. Tuesday that j. p. morgan chase was quote particularly aggressive inclosing accounts of sex workers or quote any business that supports sex workers and

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"coakley" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"coakley" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"I sort of talk about so part of what what has happened with individuals who expense pacifism is that they tend to discount the really positive things that they have achieved all of their accomplishments. And so it's helpful if you make people of us sort of ask people to really make a considered effort to to attend to into document all those things that they actually have done well. So for example if you say Consider keeping a weekly or biweekly toward a diary. Every time that you you've done something well what you've been acknowledged where you you know. Done a very good job. acknowledges sorta of documented and then sort of come back and review that. Because what ends up happening is. You'll see you know what. I actually have done a very good job on you know. Fill in the blank on this test on this task on this sort of project because when you're suffering from pasta Becomes very easy to minimize to discount all those things. you just. don't even acknowledge. Sometimes you just forget so so attending to Those things and making a concerted effort to document them and to revisit them periodically periodically to see. Hey you know what. I have actually done. You know better. Than what i give myself credit for and i think my book is like all the interventions that have been in the literature and then and also things that i've seen work in my practice and i think the other i would definitely agree with dr coakley on that and i think in addition to like dealing with automatic negative thoughts learning like that certain thoughts are triggered by the impostor syndrome. And how do you combat the automatic negative thoughts and don't just believe it and fall into the cycle of overworking procrastinating. Working in yourself care of anton. We have imposter syndrome. We put ourselves at the bottom of the list of who we care about who we take care of who spend time on how to prioritizing prioritize that because one of the biggest outcomes from imposture is burn out and so how how do you help..

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Chella Man: Trans, Deaf, Goofy, Hungry, and Tired

LGBTQ&A

02:04 min | 11 months ago

Chella Man: Trans, Deaf, Goofy, Hungry, and Tired

"So before reading the book my some shin was that since you have coke clear implants that you would have perfect one hundred percent hearing and never need to think about it ever again. And so obviously. That's not the case. You say you can hear some. What can you describe a bit more about what that somewhat is. Yeah exactly i mean. It's a huge misconception. I always kind of compare it to. Have you ever taken a video outside when it's windy. You know how like when you play back later. How that win sounds. That's just how i hear win in general so everything is very mechanical. I always used to say i don't have any moisture human hearing necessarily and it's just bury like mechanical is just like asking you at what is it like to see you know. How do you describe that to someone. That's the best comparison. I think i can give you since you do rely on reading lips like our video calls like this challenging. Yes oh it's a lot of energy typically and how have live captioning so if you have a hard of hearing person next time having live captioning super helpful in google hangouts actually has that imbedded in in it holding on those platforms is typically what i usually do but right now i actually feel pretty comfortable because i'm in a quiet environment at your lips are clear you have that fancy mark so i'm pretty good. Okay let me know if that changes to and that's great to know for next time also so thank you with the cochlear implants. I know that not every person has them. Was that a choice that you made or were you too young. That was made for you. That's a great question. A lot of kids. Don't get the choice but my parents intentionally did a lot of research about the controversy within the deaf community about cochlear implants and they wanted me to have the decision myself. So for longtime up i would be. I think they asked me like once every single year. At least you know do you. How do you feel about getting coakley. Implants now and i would always be deeply opposed to it

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"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"Listening to work at mommy goes for all women to be the best versions of themselves. And if you happen to be a mom be the best mom ever and maintain your sanity while you do it. Okay so today. I have something very special to share. And that is a book review. This is a children's book and it's called tai the dreamer by stephanie coakley. Now i actually have a podcast episode and youtube video up where i actually got to interview the author of this book and She shared so many things and that episode about why she got into being a children's book author some of her personal experiences. And just lots of really good information that kind of gives you insight into why she loves to Create books like this so it was a great interview. So if you're interested in learning more about the author of this book i would definitely recommend checking out That episode But anyway today. I just wanted to review this book if the cutest book ever okay. So it's again. Tied dreamer bites stephanie. Coakley in its illustrated by the kothe. i-you now okay. I'm sure i'm saying that.

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"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

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07:27 min | 1 year ago

"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"It's like okay. This is the book that i'm reading. Maybe they got it online or whatever and then they get to meet the person who wrote the book. I think also empowers them. Because it's like okay. Look at look at what she did. She wrote this book and everyone's able to purchase it. Maybe i would want to be an author one day so it gets that in them to you know doing the that was such a good idea and i just love that you know and act was me and my daughter. We talked about it. I said you know. She wrote that book she's she wrote was so it like it just gave her something else dipping by just another way to get those little wheels turning so since you have been doing a lot of Story town with kids and everything connection with your book. What is the best feedback that you've gotten from the kids on your book that you know during your story time whenever you read to kids with the book well a kids really really loved illustrations. I'm getting a lot of feedback about one of the things i remember was. She looks like me yen. That was nice and then many of the kids have said. I really love the illustrations. I love the illustrations. And then they ask questions about like we'll Adventure knows or why. Why did her friends laugh at her and so they're trying to comprehend what you know what was happening for the character which is also like a sign that they were invested in tie which i love yes yes. Yes while their ideas. Remember some of the remarks or some of the ones that were on Our session it was all they all had such good things to save her booking. You could tell that they were really into because they were all quiet. You know kindergartener story rounded. They make noise and all that it was like a pin jar. Right it was like rapt attention paying attention to the story. So i think that also gives credibility to it was a story you know and it was also being read by Somebody who was putting a lot of energy you know the right energy into the reading so with enthusiasm with energy with yes. Yes and that makes it especially for kids. You know. it's good when you have that reading. I are really enjoyed am sorry. I can't remember her name. Tina that's right christina Who read for you that day. But i was to think you could do. Hey you know. i'm just saying. The readers dreamers those were actually many of them kids read owners of the book read to their friends and that as well another way to connect these groups and and highlight. Somebody's reading one of their pierce reading. Yeah that's important to cause cancer also feed off the kids very good point Okay so we have heard so many good things about your book. And i'm sure the next question for Body is going to be. Where can we purchase the book. So for those of you who are watching on youtube. I'm gonna go ahead now. And do a pre shares. You can take a look and see where the book is available. So this is your page. Where they were they can find. This is on it. Cookbooks dot com and this is the tided dreamer Page and the book is only fifteen dollars guys and say i really do like the illustrations to i like. I love that that type of art is is very cute is very on relatable and the kids seem sued to connect with it and i like the fact that the one little girls. Hey she looks like me knows always nice to see books that are inclusive and show people. Show us show difference. You know not just the same. So i really really liked the book So yeah is really easy is you can just added to. Your cartwright here has all the information on the book which is really nice. Now the other thing that i would recommend Ladies is a everybody's plugged in all social media our definitely recommend following. I am tired. The dreamer on instagram. And on this page you can see everywhere Everything stephanie's offering with this book so you can see kids with the book is girl year. You know you're able to see you know high the dreamer the book itself you know and a little bit more information there and some of the queue illustrations to that have been done so i would definitely recommend give that a follow as well because i'm sure that you'll have updates year in all that information for lately events storytime virtual and stay tuned to come. There's lots to come absolutely absolutely because this is your first one and you already said you already gone. Some other ones in the mix owed. This is great well. I'm excited to see more. I think this is a great book. It's very encouraging for little ones and something that we need. you know. it's just. We need more of these types of books. So you know um clary i just wanna say last year on. When i published the book i thought last year we had a lot of despair in. I thought like i said it's a perfect time for us to to publish a book about dreaming dreaming jimmy big dreaming about what's possible for our future. I love that you're so right to stay to. That's no easy feat starting a new venture a pandemic. You know what i'm saying. Like and i have to say you know kudos to you. And there's so many Females that i've been able to meet with during this podcast air. The same. you know not this. Maybe it's another type of business what we're using this opportunity and i think this is tied in with your book. We're in this situation with the pandemic but we can still dream and we can still dream and we still make things happen. Even in this very strange and For most people sad situation so It was encouraging it. The book was very encouraging. Thank you so much that makes me so happy. Because that's what i wanted to encourage an aspire remotely read and dream. Absolutely absolutely well guys. I really enjoyed this time. I've had religious kind of sit down with stephanie. Like i said. I enjoyed having a session with her. And you know getting into their own is to grand everything and really enjoyed the book as well. So I hope you guys have bound all this information to be encouraging at will get. You will go ahead and check out the book type of dreamer and thank you so much for listening to work at mommy. Have a great day. And i'll see in the next episode..

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"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

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08:13 min | 1 year ago

"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"Versus planning a trip and buying a book like it's cost effective as well. It's it's cost effective leisure so those are many of the reasons why i think reading is amazing. That is absolutely true. Because you know all these little games and stuff that you know. Hang on this like okay. You need batteries. You need artists. Wbz lemme buy coins. Give me your credit card for that. It's like you're hooked on a book you know they're going to get more benefit out of and they're much more cost effective. You know what. I mean you make a point there. I think another thing that it does to is when you curl up with your child or book i think in every child is a little bit different. You know what. I mean so every yard take what i'm saying. You know an apply to your situation. But i think for most kids it also helps with their concentration. You know what i'm saying. Because they get into this mold of like okay. This is a wine time. This is listening. This is being reflective. This is looking at something on a big bear that was going on. I love that age. You know like starting at around one when they start looking at the pictures and night trying to figure out. What's going i. So they got to rely on your voice due to bring out what's not in so you're saying that's where the language skills come in because it starts to going just your voice how you read before you know it. They start seeing okay does it. As she said you know they put it together. They really really do so. And you're too It was entertaining and kept the attention of a pretty big age group. You know my little ones being on the lowest end like toddler age and there were some kids on there that were like. Look like over ten and our Story time and they were just at entertained by the book as little ones work you know and vice versa. So when you have a book that can that can keep the attention of a big gap to like that at age difference. Then you know you onto release something good to you know i feel thank you and i think it's because of dreaming like we you don't have to like be five years old to drain. You are dreaming baby. It's about you know you have to be able to talk to say what you will training about. But everybody since. I think that's the threat that goes through all age. Groups beautiful beautiful. That's so true so true. You kinda gave me like a little bit of info that you are you kind of started your your journey with what you wanted to publish some years back. But what was that you know. Why did you want to publish that particular book or maybe who is taibbi dreamer Is there was there a significant personal story there for you. Well a couple of a couple of questions in that one. Why did i want to publish ties between well. That was the book that i wrote. Who went to that. I've written several other children's books that have yet to be published so tie. The dreamer was my first of all. I want to get that one out is somewhat personal because Her name is from clean. Tie and back was writing this book. I was reading a lot of african american literature from incontinent. And i i that resonated with me because it was royalty and some little girl who who was a strong character but also who personified in her name royalty. How nice i love that and what. That's something that i think little girls. You know all the little girls to hear that you know what i mean because it's just encouraging them and empowering them you know that because you get there's just so much stuff going on now days i think it's good for little girls start looking at themselves in enact kind of way a more positive in strong way from the beginning. I think that's really helpful for sure. Wow absolutely self. Esteem developed smoothie literature and the media that we consume yep by creating opportunities for your to see themselves as queens or little princesses amongst other things scientists. Yes successful business women The vice president of the united states the united states that starts early yes and it can start with a book. That's so true. And i have to say that's one thing that i liked about Sitting in your story turned was that The book was very well written and very encouraging for kids to actually drain. You know what i mean is i. It kinda takes you through a journey of you. Know what what dreams or vow and and towards the end the book is like okay. What are your dreams. You know what i mean so it gives kids the kind of thinking like you know what my aspirated in life. What do i wanna do when and that's important for kids to do because you know there's adults walking around that don't and that's okay. I'm not saying that's a bad thing but the younger you can kinda start to have that kind of dr process. I think steadier. You know you're gonna be in a better it is you know. So yeah that was. I really did like that. Archer book So why do you think. Because i remember you know again where we had in the story time at the end. You did some which is really nice. Which was you had the kids. you know. Share their their dreams. Share their what their dreams are and what they want to do. A day is such a good job all those kids. That was a cutest thing. Ever absolutely you know we all each each wing ac as babies so everybody dreams and has the capacity to and of enough emphasis placed on people's our dreams. What's one of the things. I also want to to promote with data dream because everybody does it right right. So that's that's the reason why you wanna encourage you wanna encourage people to dream is important to encourage you to dream especially for kids like we're talking about will also for adults as well because you know. I think something interesting that happens. You know like with a dose. Is i feel like there comes a point when we stop dreaming. You know what i'm saying. And i think that kills it kills like our aspirations in our life in some ways you know what i mean so although this is a good kid book for all us moms out there i think you know or even whomever you are even if you just in a situation where you can read with kids or you just get your hands on. This book at nick is good because it will encourage you to to remember he. Had you know. Dreaming is important. It's important to set those things down in know what your dreams are at work towards them. You know absolutely absolutely. I say that the focus for the young but it's also one of the young at heart and as long as we're still here we are we can we. We have dreams. We can make those dreams of reality. It's about putting them to work. As you mentioned like you have to put in the work to make your dream. So alan absolutely absolutely Now again back with the story tom. we had. And i think you've done a lot of Story times and everything. Which i think is nice i have not seen you know the authors of the doing the virtual storage sounds like that. I think that is a great way for kids to put a really nice picture together. Because.

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"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

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07:42 min | 1 year ago

"coakley" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"You're listening to work your mommy where the goal is for all women to be the best versions of themselves and if you happen to be a mom be the best mom ever and most importantly maintain your sanity while you do it so guys have a very interesting episode where you today a couple of weeks ago my daughter and i were invited to a online storytime with a real author and we actually received that invitation for from another one of my mom entrepreneur. Friends she's the owner at some and She invited me. And i was of course really happy because if you listen to any of my other podcast episodes i think story times are really important for kids. I love doing story. Time myself from my own kids Even storytime or other kids though any time as an opportunity for a story. Time for me. i'm all about it for my little ones so i was so happy to invited to this and we had such a great time and afterwards i kind of want to to know more about the author and her book and everything so we ended up connecting. And of course one thing. It's another and she is your podcast today. Her name is stephanie coakley. Hi stephanie clary. Thanks for having me. Thank you want your being on so the first question that you know and again this is probably the question that everybody here is but acting no is what made you get into writing children's books. I wrote my first children's book when i was in the eleventh grade class. We didn't. I didn't know what the time that i would have to read that book to a child. So you know. I wrote the book and then we were informed that we had to read our books. Who would go down to the garden classes and and i just remember like i read my book. I can remember the kid's name. His name was andrew jones. Oh my word wow sat on my lap and he just like. He was like wrapped in what i was saying. He was just really attentive and listening. To what i was saying in. I thought in that moment. I want to do more of this. I want to write books. I love to read. And like i do believe i know. That's when it was first sparked also it's also my dna. Mike grandfather is a pretty was a pretty prominent pastor in the bahamas. I'm from the bahamas. Okay is he was an excellent order. An excellent storyteller and up listening to a pastor. Bring like the bible and stuff to life. So i is in my blood to tell stories. Wow wow what. A very nice story does gray. I mean you remember that little boys now. That was really something net. It definitely impressed on you. So you know that kind of leads into you. Know what was your motivation for doing. So you know the motivations probably pretty clear kind of at that age word. You know that that. That was a nice feeling especially for teenagers. Like wow. i'm connecting with this little child. But how about now. What is your motivation for. Being a kid well actually. I wrote tire the dream a quite a long time ago. And that's that's the story. What i wanted to write children's books but i also wanted to get some training in some education so whenever i had an opportunity i took the class And a part of the assignment was to create your story. Create your characters. come up with your seen. Identify what you wanna threat through your story and what you want to like the impact to be And so i wrote the book. And i was all set to like puppets and then i got stuck. That's that's an you know. I heard that from a lot of different women who want to publish books is that you know once you get to publishing and that was kind of question that i had for you was. How difficult was the process for you because you actually went the route of going through a publisher like right. So how difficult yeah. How difficult was that well. That took a very long time. Initially my goal was to self publish. The publishing industry is like an industry. And if you don't know it you're not going to be successful. And what happened for me. Was i need an other straighter. So i spent a lot of time. Critical energy looking for an illustrator. And when i would identify one things but fall through and you know as life would have it. I would spend some time trying to publish the book. And then i would stop and i so fit so stopping. Starting and i realized like that was not working. My book was no closer to being published than it was twenty years ago and i earlier in twenty twenty i saw The woman who was my publisher aka classic books she does. She had published like all these books this year. Like in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred. And i said well let me let me try to touch base with her and find out. What do i need to do. The rest is history because just by myself with somebody who actually moved they were doing. And who was familiar with the industry and i really value expertise and it just it was meant to but i do believe that it was meant to happen and twenty twenty. Oh you know the other thing. That kind of brought to mind is be importance of kids reading books. And especially right now because you know the pandemic has also i feel like increased screen time which you know. Sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do survive. I'm not going to be you know judgmental of you know we. We have to use more screen time but the power of books I've been trying to incorporate more Books during this time with my little ones. And i feel like with this book tidy dreamer. It also encourages little. Wants to get back into books. And i just wanna ask you. Why do you think is so important for little ones to read books. I think it's so important because it helps to develop language skills reading writing vocabulary comprehension the the other thing. I love her reading is you don't have to rely on anybody else. You can do weeding as a solo activity and the other thing about it inspires or helps with creativity and imagination and it helps you to see what's possible Things like optimism and future mindedness. Coal setting like these are all life skills. You don't just need them as a five six seven seven zero. You need them as a teenager. You need them as a young adult unique them as a middle aged person. So these are life skills like reading as a life skill. Have you can do it right from the start reading until the end of your life. It is ila skill and it's so enjoyable it's relaxing i think reading is leisure and.

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Imposter Syndrome With Kevin Cokley, University of Texas at Austin

The Academic Minute

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Imposter Syndrome With Kevin Cokley, University of Texas at Austin

"Kevin coakley distinguished teaching professor at the university of texas at austin examined imposter syndrome and why college students often have this feeling. During the academic year many students will experience heightened positive feelings in academically competitive and stressful college environments. The impostor phenomenon often referred to in the popular press as the impostor syndrome is the sense among high achievers of feeling intellectually phony fraudulent while high achievers are typically thought of as individuals who have excelled academically in many ways college attendance retention and graduation. Make students high achievers given them more than twenty percent of freshmen. Do not return for a second year. Researchers found that impassive feelings negatively impact mental health of college students increasing feelings of depression and anxiety students who feel like an impostor have difficulty internalizing their accomplishments. They see themselves as incompetent and believe they fooled others into seeing themselves as intelligent and accomplished impossibility have been linked to maladaptive perfectionism or excessive. High personal standards imposters and perfectionist are similar in that they are both driven to excel. They different in that professions are driven by an internal pressure of having high standards while imposters are driven by internal experience of intellectual phoniness and self doubt. My research found that impulsive feelings are especially salient among students of color. However it is important to keep in mind. That students of color are not monolithic. For example my researchers found that asian american students tend to have higher feelings of impossibly them then african american and let the neck students additionally we found a stronger impact of perceived discrimination on the possibilities among african american and latin next students professors can address in pastas among students of color by including books and articles written by scholars of color discussing the contributions of scholars of color in your field and having meetings with students of color and affirming your belief in their potential and deserve news to be there.

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Inside Biden's COVID-19 Team

Slate's If Then

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Inside Biden's COVID-19 Team

"A big part of what's lean gander is doing this week is being a spokesperson. Getting the biden. Message out about what they need and what they plan to do. The president-elect as talked about appealing to governors to try to enforce mask mandates it. Do you think those would make a difference because there are places like new york. Where you and i both live where those are in place and yet we've got big outbreaks in different communities. Well i think the key is that one how enforceable is a mandate to who is issuing the mandate. Is it somebody that these communities respect. Believe trust and i think that makes a national mandate both enforcement issues as well as the trust shoes very challenging. I do think you know a mandate coming from a governor. For example governor of south dakota that would be taken very differently would be received very differently by people in south dakota. Then if the president were issuing that same mandate should we have a national testing plan or has the boat sailed on that already so the current administration has actively discouraged. Testing has said oh. We're testing too much. That is definitely not what you're going to hear under the new administration if anything you're going to see a massive ramping up of testing and really trying especially in communities of color that have been really hard hit to make sure we have much better equity in access. But who's who's responsible for that. Is that this sort of patchwork we've got now of some state some cities. Some urgent cares or is it the federal government saying okay. We're doing widespread testing. Yeah this is the place where you're going to see. The federal government really stepping in one of the places where they could have a real impact is invoking the defense production act that would mean the federal government could compel manufacturers to crank up production. President trump has done this to a limited degree but the biden team wants to use the law. More broadly both with respect to personal protective equipment as well as scaling up production of test kits. So i i really do think we need a national plan here and that will include testing Not just people who have symptoms but people who have no symptoms expanding testing and encouraging mask. Mandates are things president-elect biden could do once. He takes office in january. That's two months from now. Normally an incoming administration would be getting information from the outgoing one. But selene says that's not happening. How much does president. Trump's refusal to concede and this sort of official transition being stuck in limbo. How much does that get in your way. Well that's a huge problem. We know historically that transitions are real period of vulnerability for the country in terms of national security. And that's whether that's a a foreign threat a terrorist threat or a threat like the corona virus and so that really could very well translate into americans dying unnecessarily to give you some examples of the kind of information we want and we can't get company gloves. do we have. How many syringes. Where are we in negotiating contracts with pharmaceutical companies with the logistics of delivery. Where are we in terms of developing databases to track who's gotten vaccinated who needs to be vaccinated. I mean those are things that are in a wait and boring nuts and bolts kind of stuff. But that's the stuff that you need to be able to plan a big response like this in terms of scaling affects nations even if the to really promising looking ones pfizer moderna if they are skilled up distribution. Is this huge challenge. How are you all thinking about vaccine distribution and getting it into the communities that that need it most so why you have to scale up. The this is where really moving forward with. The transition is really going to be important because we need to have a better understanding. What's happening on the inside with the pharmaceutical company capacity. And then once you've manufactured these doses how how do you distribute them in wear and some of that will depend on the characteristics of the vaccines. So you know the the pfizer vaccine needs to be deep-frozen minus seventy celsius. Well most family doctors. I don't know that any family doctors have the capacity to store a vaccine at that temperature. a lot of community hospitals will not have that kind of capacity either. And so what you're really looking at is having probably big academic hospital centers major health systems. Maybe pharmaceutical retail chains having central depots. Where they can do that kind of storage. But that means it's going to be harder to deliver that vaccine in particular to rural areas. So my guess is you're going to see the pfizer vaccine really targeted to urban areas. That have the capacity to deal with what we call that cold chain of freezing whereas the modern vaccine which is Which has less stringent temperature requirements in his relatively stable for a month at higher temperatures. You're going to see them journal. Vaccine probably prioritized for rural areas. And as you know a couple other vaccines emerged from the pipeline. You'll see further and further sort of targeting based on how easy it is to get those vaccines to those parts of the country. How effective those particular vaccines are for. Certain patient populations you know he might have pfizer here new york city and you might have maduna in rural wyoming listening to you. Describe the kind of logistics around that. I keep thinking about communities that have been particularly hard hit when we are talking about black and brown communities indigenous communities Ease there. I guess a painful chance that given the kind of medical infrastructure that some of these vaccines require that they're going to be doubly hit in the vaccine rollout process. Yeah this is something that we're really attentive to an it is a tricky one because there are issues a vaccine skepticism and hesitancy in some of these communities for good reason. And if you say we're going to prioritize communities of color for vaccination there will be a contingent of people who will say. Oh so we're going to be guinea pigs for this new vaccine so you have to address those very real concerns even while you are trying to prioritize because the fact is these are communities whether it's the navajo in the southwest or the south bronx here in new york city is their communities have been hit really hard and continue even now to be. Hit harder So we really do need to prioritize them if we're going to maximize the impact of the vaccines. We've been talking about trust. And i have to ask you about one of your colleagues on the advisory board Zeke emanuel who quite famously wrote an essay. saying he'd like to die at seventy five and that made a lot of people in the disability community really angry. How do you get their trust. I noticed the president-elect mentioned them specifically in his speech how do you their trust with him as a part of this group. Well i don't really want to speak to to zeke in particular but in terms of the disability community ron clean and i actually co hosted a podcast together. He had to step away for biden campaign. Were going to be the chief of staff. He's going to be the chief of staff for for President-elect biden and ron and i interviewed early on during the pandemic rebecca coakley. Who's with the center for american progress. Who is a disability rights. Activist really did listen to her concerns. Were really very much attentive to the needs of that community as well so we are taking notes. We are reaching out to people from the disability community to better understand what policies they need.

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Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

"Woman is dead after a shooting in southeast D. C. On Saturday. It happened at around noon on 16th Street Southeast DC Police say 40 year old Tia Coakley was found suffering from multiple gunshot wound. She was taken to the hospital where she later died, 39 year old David Robinson has been arrested and charged with second degree murder. Robinson and Coakley knew each other.

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"coakley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is Vince Coakley with guilty when a company my family and I've been serving the greater Cincinnati market for over forty years and we're the only local family owned when a company which manufactures a windows and sells directly to you that means no middle man markups and we're one source from the design phase through to installation and for many years after new windows for your spring projects give guilty call now for free in home or virtual consultation with one of our experts call or visit us online at guilty dot com Jeff Wyler Nissan dot com feeling good its skyline time right now it feels like the world standing still but if you look to the land story from farms to backyard user turning seeds are being planted animals are getting grass families are giving their all because no matter how uncertain things can never stops so to all those linked to the land John Deere says thank you because we all run together nothing runs like a deer my portfolio is diversified my four oh one K.'s maxed out my savings account just sat there till I switched it to market by Goldman Sachs I'm learning between you and me my savings are right on track feels like I got upgraded for you can money with an online savings account for Marcus by Goldman Sachs you could earn much more interesting with the largest banks sign up at markets dot com compares me to the three largest U. S. bank measured by total deposits rates as of January twenty first twenty twenty may vary by state Goldman Sachs bank.

"coakley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A large black on business rockstars we're doing our white board to board room segment where we take a problem an idea and we bring it all the way down to execution joining us is Brian Coakley he's the CEO of city builder and we're gonna rock and roll we had a problem we're gonna solve or next to the baby all the way to take into the marketplace was our problem right the problem is your an angel investor and you've got a thousand different start ups a one page you I need deal coming in any deal flow but you don't want every deal I need the right deal right deals yeah you want to bet those you don't have to go through emails to do and you don't have to sift through a million different tax is what the rate deals to show up in an out every morning and it's probably not for that huge huge huge level investor can they probably have some type of a huge team this is maybe for the investor who's ready to start investing but maybe they don't know where to find these deals I feel like there's a lot of people that I know that are wealthy they're making seven figures a year but they themselves don't say that their investor they go Hey I'm looking to invest when a deal comes across my plate then I'll invest but I'd love to have more deals well I I don't have the time to become a full time investor because they don't know the model so I think that's our target market here so beginner investors because I feel like you know we're talking about like the sharks on shark tank they've got their stuff taken care of now granted they have their own show but I feel like even before the show they've already been pitched I know a lot of the investors I personally am connected with they have a hundred million dollar net worth or more they're set for them is not deal well they've seen tens of thousands of deals so I don't think it's our hundred million plus settings are beginner investor who's making a million dollars a year or more or has a net worth of between five to fifty nine or it could even be or your very seasoned investor yeah I was looking to spend their time now and just the best deals on a one empirical data driven methodology to meet with the people who are really into like knock it out of the park so what's a problem again right up there yeah the problem is we're gonna put this deal well okay so need deal hello they could be a website platform what you think and I think it's a I think it's about and the way that you get the app started is you send out invites only the top one thousand angel investors in the world and only the first hundred that sign up you can access once they're in they rate one another with a rating system and a new crowd sourced after rate everybody in there he read each other each other what data based on their own evidence so these are the top thousand investors don't know one another it's a small circle and they say you know what this guy this Chris I can get he always picks winners got a great guy I like the guy yes on shark tank was an investor and I think I'm just making these up Twitter it was Twitter like uber like all the biggest companies are really interesting instagrams can Hackensack that one off yeah you're right he was like one of the best investors like them probably the five biggest thing that happened recently so yeah Chris is awesome right so I would give Chris a one hundred this is zero to one hundred point scale these guys all read each other and we find out who our power industries we get him on board then it should be easy for me all his buddies on network effects we get all kinds of cool stuff going on right he had like the limited the supply to increase in demand right only how do people get a thousand then let's go out that's a very limited supply and these people join their rate one another we find or power investors are and then deal flow starts coming through and these people rate the deals and then pass one of the people rate I mean get a crowd sourced and I think another thing that I'm thinking as well as these investors can be the source through creating our deal hello because maybe we have such a good algorithm like you guys are sitting at our house for your real estate maybe we have such a good algorithm that they say I won't even look at your offer and so you've gone on what are the name or thing city builder I won't even look all the investment deals going investors like are ideal scenario because I think we take all these investors yeah when you look at your deal until it's gone through one of our platform is because the algorithm where shortens the learning curve and gives me all the information I need yeah absolutely so you needn't deal slow want quality don't wanna waste time maybe beginner investor you want to follow some of the you've heard of before they had a lot of success in kind of track record and you jump on you download in Quincy this one's take and want to Google this the name invest city bill there Sir we're doing the white board to board room segment I'm mark lack on business rockstars radio inspired informing connected community of entrepreneurs Brian called these joining us as our guest is the CEO of city builder so solution delivery we're gonna do the name of it's going to be a master we're gonna do I think it's going to be an app and website sure Akon so and website is when I'm writing on the board right now name investor with the re ours funding I mean we're talking about investing in maybe we bootstrap in this are you and I'm still finding it together or we're gonna raise money yeah that's a great question I we need investor like a crisp dark or a March human or demon John or rather a new people that have been guessing charging are instructing markets let alone is from the profit TV show if we can get a big investor behind this I think that the distribution channels into the influencers that we want we already have you know I think the concept that pretty well here but again it's kind of like about investors it was by an investor and for investors by investors becomes the mantra any remorse that's right yeah so you get a big name investor and that person leaves around and you actually proof of concept on investor exactly the first one things actually go through the investors wife right or left on you want to be in it ask for fun we do million we do half a million yeah that's going to being an investor on have them through a two hundred fifty thousand dollars to leave around in dollars at a four million dollar cap a twenty percent discount I mean on the line for investors make it fair another funding for like a million Bucks convertible notes okay so how many users initial funding right off the bat right so we're gonna get this finds how we're gonna allocated obviously we're gonna have to build up the platform high developers things even great is trying something awesome people so how would you like the money yeah three legs of the stool first make sure that you get that covered three legs are business so you get your hustler yeah get your designer this is your getting a product guy he done this before yeah and I will check your hunger then you don't understand yeah I think so thank you for your what a guy or hacker designer perfect so you get those three people on your co founders you go out you look for additional developer resources to look for a sign of resources you need marketing yeah I think one thing will be key on this too because if you can really create a critical mass there should be a better way to do things in the way things are being done now yeah which is kind of patching a lot of stuff together a lot email discover what one point ways of finding great deals low so before we recap and summarize what we do for that sales and marketing is you're going into right now how are we gonna sell and market this thing meaning how are we going to establish preeminence in the market place with a strategic marketing plan is going to allow us to differentiate ourselves from all the other ways that businesses and investors get their deal well currently how we differentiate ourselves and how are we gonna go about getting these investors and getting the people who have the right to businesses that have the products services ideas whatever yeah there's a couple interesting ways I'm thinking of number one you can create some awesome content with your lead investor yeah so we've already said that we've got a great lead investor has led this round right let's see have Chris aka Ashton Kutcher yeah they're awesome they're really personable the green from the cameras so you put him in there and you basically like have them be in Austin or trying to get funny or investor try can a deal flow yeah and you kind of create some satire and you know you say Hey what the heck is this right leg and then they get all into into like this is great and like that and you should give me some great content that would be one way to go the other way you can go is just so you know so right on content marketing yeah content marketing and we can just do acronym CM so content marketing SCO and of course we can always do you know marketing on Facebook based on customizing its interest groups and segmentation finals where we actually generating leads for content to get more of it we can also do you know targeted that people who have been on to start or indigo Norcross under people who attended incubators people that live in Silicon Valley people that have shown that there and investor on linkedin profiles are all these people so there's a lot of things that we can do I think you meant to go to investors Intel canisters a launch event where you get like ten thousand founders show up yeah get a move to spend a couple thousand dollars you have all these founders come through so then this semester is coming through you get a lot of bang for Buck LA bands in fifteen other things that we could do do a quick recap as we wrap up so walk us through all these different things 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The Downing of PS752

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

The Downing of PS752

"Hello and welcome to episode seventy-five seventy five of APP talk. I am passionate here as always with Jason Rabinowitz. Hi Ian. How's your New Year's? Hello Jason the New Year in personally. The New Year is off to a decent start but it has not been a good year so far now. The past two weeks at were recording on January fourteenth. The past two weeks has been a very long year. I'm done I'm happy to be done with twenty twenty already. All right. You're twenty twenty one hour bring it on. None of that's right. That's not how it works now. Okay I think we have to address reality all right. Well then then let us address reality a quick recap up the last two weeks and then we'll take things in order as has it works by piece the time so the year since we last recorded we've had a Falker. One hundred in Kazakhstan briefly left the ground and came back down skit along the side of the runway in impacted. A building thing that led to the first fatal accident of the year then there were missile launches from Iran into Iraq in retaliation for for the US killing in Iranian general that led to changes in. How Airlines were using the Airspace that same night. A Ukraine international airlines seven. Three seven was shot down while departing Tehran by Iranian surface to air missiles. All the while the seven three seven Max Saga continues with the additional release of documents since and messages between seventy seven pilots. That do not paint a pretty picture at all on the stranger side. Confederal state and local officials are hunting mystery drones in Colorado Nebraska and Wyoming and in not quite breaking news but happened happened earlier today. A Delta triple seven dumped fuel in return in preparation for emergency returned to Los Angeles and the Fuel Oh fell on a school playground so we have enough news in the first two weeks of the year to fill many episodes of the podcast. So we will I guess. Just start where. Where do we go from here? I don't WanNa know really do not want to know now. Well fortunately we have a bullet list that we sometimes read off of those. Just go top to bottom there. You go it okay. So on the seventh into the eighth of January January the Iranian military fired missiles towards a base that houses Iraqi at US troops in Iraq so is missiles caused some structural damage. And things like that but but no one was killed as far as is reporting. I I've seen what then happened was a quick succession of no temps issued the the coakley notice to airmen named long before So they kind of the anachronistic title but saying from the FAA saying don't fly over Iraq. Don't fly over. Iran don't fly over the Persian Gulf. And don't play over the Gulf Mont Right which only impacts airlines are based. I believe just based in the US which would impact very few if any fights. It's actually operating in that region right so at the beginning of the night after this happened it looked like there wasn't going to be much impact to who aviation because of this particular kind of retaliatory missile strikes and there were other airlines. That said we're GONNA follow those. It's an not necessarily follow the. FAA's prohibitions but we're we agree with them and we will also not fly over right. I think notably British Airways was one of if not the first I to make a u-turn and find another round right. They were coming up from. I believe it was a flight from one of the British Airways destinations in India back to London and they reached Kuwait to wait and decided that they were going to go through Saudi Arabia and Egypt rather than travel up through Iraq so as the night went on other airlines made made made changes to their flight paths and even earlier in the week. A few airlines had announced that they weren't going to fly over Ronnie in airspace notably Singapore her with announced on the sixth of January before the missile strikes that they would not be flying over around anymore. They moved their flights to the north up to you passing through kind of Azerbaijan and Tajikistan on their way to Singapore from their European destinations and it looked like there would be kind of a headache is for civil aviation concern to you no longer routings. Flights would have to fly around but there there there wouldn't be a huge impact right. This is all things. We've seen before their unfortunate geopolitics are annoying. Sometimes fights have to add had literally on top of already quite long flights. But it's still you work with it right and like we've talked about especially with the Pakistan India Afghanistan Afghanistan airspace closures in early twenty. Nine hundred thousand. These are things that the airlines are closely following. They're planning for. They have contingencies season. Things like that then in the early morning hours in Tehran a Ukrainian international airline seven three seven departed started and about two minutes after departure. We lost the DSP signal and then there started to be reports that the aircraft had crashed right it. I mean when we first started looking at the ads data is pretty clear that something absolutely catastrophic had happened extremely quickly as the data look normal like they were on their regular departure path from the airport like every other time in every other fight before them that day but then the data just is kind of stopped and that's not something you typically see in crashes or incidents like this usually. There's some sort of indication that something is beginning to go wrong. But this this was just a stop of the data. Exactly there was no change in speed or altitude or or anything like that or even heading that would provide an indication that something happened in past incidents in crushes. We've seen you know a dramatic increase in vertical speed negative vertical speed in increasing ground speed at a loss of altitude or some combination of those. Here you're all three receivers that had been receiving data from seven five two stopped in the same second. The data just stopped comic nick and that was an indication that something catastrophic had happened. And we didn't know what yet and so for the past week. A number of organizations have done some incredible reporting in some incredible open source reporting through verifying video and things like that and that led to on the eleventh of January the Iranian government taking responsibility for shooting the aircraft out right and and pretty much watch from the second word had gone out that an aircraft was down the Iranian officials. Were immediately blaming it on mechanical issues of some sort which is impossible to know that early on especially in the complete absence of any transmissions from the flight crew on board that aircraft for obvious. Obvious reasons they didn't make any but that was the initial word out of Iran in that prove obviously to not be the case. Yeah and so the pressure. Her that arose to conduct a proper investigation from Ukraine From elsewhere really kind of drove a A an unrelenting kind of drumbeat of what actually happened

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"coakley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"You see the contrast between the way this crowd greeted them Mister Coakley and the way the way the crowd greeted me to say that I was playing away from home field is an understatement and so I started out and I tried to as I said before lay out the facts ultimately I believe that fax when and it didn't matter what I said did matter how well I said it didn't matter how funny I was determined how would he I was didn't matter how brain dead his point was how silly it was it was astounding to me how people embrace what he said and rejected everything I said he's one of the points before I played the debate I've been saying this for years what's the downside in my view of things I've been accused of being excessively optimistic I've been accused of being naive accused of being romantic what's the downside in believing that if you work hard investing yourself having been lucky enough to have been born in America you've hit the freaking lottery and at that point you have a moral obligation to pick those cards up and play them to the best of your ability what's the downside of having that kind of view you're gonna what wander into a KKK meeting and try and sign up and get shot don't you would you prefer that my world view that if you work hard and invest in yourself you'll be successful as opposed to the world view that so many people have including my opponent in this debate the essentially you're being persecuted pressed the man is out to get you no matter how good you are how talented you are you're going to be held back by this racist racist oppressive force is that a preferred way of viewing the world or what might wait a few in the world the preferred and why be so angry at somebody who's got the Larry elder view of the world as opposed to the persecution view of the world I don't get it anyway we come back we start the debate I'm Larry.

Mister Coakley America Larry
"coakley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Seven two four three this is Larry elder in this is a special edition for you this is the debate that I had nearly twenty years ago against a gentleman named Steve Coakley who at one time was a top aide to the Chicago mayor Harold Washington the topic is Hollywood and media or Hollywood in the media racist against black people I of course took the position that both of those entities were driven by one thing and one thing only and that's money in the case of the media ratings he took the position that there was this deep dark conspiracy out to get black people especially in Hollywood because of the large percentage of Jews who are in power positions here in Hollywood my opponent Steve Coakley died in twenty twelve and the only times wrote a piece about this debate called Larry knows best he's one of a handful of prominent African Americans demanding a new color blind standard past injustices be damned no wonder Larry elder is under fire may thirty one nineteen ninety eight by John L. Mitchell me just read you before I play you my opponents opening comments a little bit about what the LA times said about this debate quote elders apparent incredulous sponsored by local bookstore matched him against the political equivalent of a has been fighter not my fault the couldn't get Jesse Jackson or Maxine waters or else for somebody else to debate me by continue to match them against the political equivalent of a has been fighter has been fired by the way he was able to pack that place actually came to cheer me not to let your him but they referred him escort black nationalist name Steve Coakley Coakley a former special assistant to the then mayor Eugene Sawyer he's also mayor to Washington is a seventy throwback given to describing the founding fathers as quote a group of cut throat whites close quote when Benjamin Franklin cleaned up quote and made it look like they ran a democracy close quote he made a point of thanking elder for giving him the exposure elder wearing a gray suit began his remarks from a table decorated in red white and blue with a joke about ex Klansman David Duke that brought down the house not long ago when he spoke at a West Valley temple here though the punch line mocking David Duke as an entrance racist and anti semite but only a few scattered chuckles forcing elder to explain it no law could make the dukes of the world disappear he said blacks simply had to concentrate on hard work and education rather than racism in the foot so here I am continuing my opening comments all.

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"coakley" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In reaction the reactionary see the walk in the other hand I am a polite the Google door key I mean my goodness and to show that I'm on unbiased moderator I'd also like to welcome brother Steve cope with the south central so you see the contrast between the way this crowd greeted them Mister Coakley and the way the way the crowd greeted me to say that I was playing away from home field is an understatement and so I started out and I tried to as I said before lay out the facts ultimately I believe that fax when and it didn't matter what I said did matter how well I said it didn't matter how funny I was didn't how would he I was didn't matter how brain dead his point was how silly it was it was astounding to me how people embrace what he said and rejected everything I said he's one of the points before I played the the debate I've been saying this for years what's the downside in my view of things I've been accused of being excessively optimistic I've been accused of being naive accused of being romantic what's the downside in believing that if you work hard invest in yourself having been lucky enough to have been born in America you've hit the freaking lottery and at that point you have a moral obligation to pick those cards up and play them to the best of your ability what's the downside of having that kind of view you're gonna what wander into a KKK meeting and try and sign up and get shot don't you would you prefer that my world view that if you work hard and invest in yourself you'll be successful as opposed to the world view that so many people have including my opponent in this debate the essentially you're being persecuted you're pressed the man is out to get you no matter how good you are how talented you are you're gonna be held back by this racist racist oppressive force is that a preferred way of viewing the world or would might wait a few in the world the preferred and why be so angry at somebody who's got the Larry elder view of the world as opposed to the persecution view of the world I don't get it anyway we come back we start the debate.

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"coakley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Then wrote later on that I was forty five minutes late to the debate when in fact I was forty five minutes early but here is his introduction of Mr Coakley at this time we'd like to introduce our second debate and brother Stephen Coakley is a natural is a nationally renowned artist activist researcher lecturer with an unrelenting focus on the enemies of the global African community brother Coakley call click skews me as a former special assistant to the mayor Chicago and has served on numerous the board of numerous organizations including the Chicago NEC P. he's been a featured lecturer at the university of Minnesota university Kansas UCLA university L. noise our university campus university Morgan state American Georgetown and Notre Dame universe name a few by the Coakley has appeared on CNN crossfire Sunday morning with Charles Kuralt make nearly a report Morton Downey show amongst others he has research and lectured a wide spectrum of topics such a secret society the New World orders political assassination centralization a world power and crisis on black leadership would like to introduce you to live an uncensored brother Steve called some reaction and the reaction I received.

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"coakley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Seven two four three this is Larry elder in this is a special edition for you this is the debate that I had nearly twenty years ago against the gentleman named Steve Coakley who at one time was a top aide to the Chicago mayor Harold Washington the topic is Hollywood and media or Hollywood in the media racist against black people I of course took the position that both of those entities were driven by one thing and one thing only and that's money in the case of the media ratings he took the position that there was this deep dark conspiracy how to get black people especially in Hollywood because of the large percentage of Jews who are in power positions here in Hollywood my opponent Steve Coakley died in twenty twelve and the LA times wrote a piece about this debate called Larry knows best he's one of a handful of prominent African Americans demanding a new color blind standard past injustices be damned no wonder Larry elder is under fire may thirty one nineteen ninety eight by John L. Mitchell me just read you before I play you my opponents opening comments a little bit about what the LA times said about this debate quote elders appearance in Crenshaw sponsored by local bookstore matched him against the political equivalent of a has been fighter not my fault they couldn't get Jesse Jackson or Maxine waters or else for somebody else to debate me by continue match him against the political equivalent of a has been fighter has been fired by the way he was able to pack that place actually came to cheer me not to what your him but they referred him escort black nationalist name Steve Coakley Coakley a former special assistant to the then mayor Eugene Sawyer he's also mayor to Washington is a seventy throwback given to describing the founding fathers as quote a group of cut throat whites close quote whom Benjamin Franklin cleaned up quote and made it look like they ran a democracy close quote he made a point of thanking elder for giving him the exposure elder wearing a gray suit began his remarks from a table decorated in red white and blue with a joke about ex Klansman David Duke that brought down the house not long ago when he spoke at a West Valley temple here though the punch line mocking David Duke at an entrance racist and anti semite but only a few scattered chuckles forcing elder to explain it no law could make the dukes of the world disappear he said blacks simply had to concentrate on hard work and education rather than racism in the quote so here I am continuing my opening comments.

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"coakley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on KTRH

"Complacency in the darkness covered and blinded by a blanket of little lives false security has leveled the madness of this world into a slumber wake up and is upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing the old you are and everything that you can never be the S. and he is a on the ready to so please with arms wide open and mine you ready to go the white Lewis you're losing ground zero the numbers call tonight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one I chose this topic tonight because it's it's one of those I guess you could say branches of the framing war that needs to be observed Coakley was what we talked about with the impeachment hearings first started but now I want to talk about something else is called virtue signalling and it's one of those I need to discuss this because it's.

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Prince Harry defends use of private jets: 'It's to keep my family safe'

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Harry defends use of private jets: 'It's to keep my family safe'

"Prince harry tonight defending the way his family travels harry facing harsh criticism for traveling in private jets with dentists meghan and baby archie while at the same time calling for more work to be done fighting climate change prince harry saying no one is perfect and that we can all do better from ninety nine happened in my life travelling the world by commercial occasi- occasionally the newspaper community based on a unique circumstance to to ensure the my family are safe. Prince harry saying coakley all have a responsibility for our own owned individual impact

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"coakley" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Mind it's nineteen ninety nine he just recently got married a few years before that so maybe we'd say like ninety seven he got married I he became an alderman next thing you know about his wife a job in the summer real public schools so there you go course everybody's on the state slash city dying and that is that is the way things are going it's pretty normal path right now he's running for mayor other candidates include Jokerit Tony Dorothy Kelly gay and the Republican so there you go it does point he's already basically got his pockets open and is taking taking as much city slash state money as he can I think as we move forward unfortunately the the woman that he married in ninety seven it doesn't stay at his wife and that might have led to the charges that he eventually it was the same if we could at let's play the Martha Coakley indictment where basically she's detail exactly what happened now a lot of we're actually all of this is going to be talking about this game he had where he was taking his campaign money and miss using it and it doesn't talk about so much is there is so much the money he stole from the copying machines so but let's let's listen to her of course this indictment team I believe in March of two thousand nine.

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"coakley" Discussed on 52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on 52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

"Coakley. Coakley jokers, Medan Medan, that means it's made in America. Very close to Canada maiden voyage maiden voyage that Christopher Columbus, podcasting. Take all the credit later on. We didn't do shit. Hop on the murder boat. Yeah. I think he just told a Ferdinand and Isabella that there was gold in pussy here. And I just felt Ferdinand's like hell you Helius. Pussy golden. All right. Fifty two jokers podcast interview comedians, any people, that's mildly entertaining, and we can make make people funny. Well, not everybody not everybody. I found that out recently. I thought I thought my powers reads doubt to everybody in the world and I could make them happy. And they would just be entertaining, but there could be quite Frank with you do their miserable. Mother, there is some sad people in his world that have. No. They think everybody thinks has sense of humor. And I'd say probably thirty percent of do not at all. I think. What's that guy that used to sing used to have the commercials on a late night, where he sang political songs? What was that guy's name? You remember that he'd sing with a piano like you could get all of his records, and he's like Reagan sex guys. It's like weird stuff. That sounds kind of people that they think that, like, I don't mean knock discovered a gift on them kind of special kind of person. They loved likes Dunham like I get I get it, right. It's entertaining. I guess if you've been locked in the office all day or whatever. But Mike you wanna see somebody saw talk? I wanna fuck in. Yeah. I prefer something a little bit more like fuck it edgy or like adult sort of, like let me learn something guy that has all the puppets, right? But he's super popular it's like it's like carrot top only on. It's a it's a way for him to be racist with jalapeno. There you go. Onis Dc. Yeah. So we're here. Brier co host of fifty two jokers. If you wanna oh, I thought ratings going to do it all by itself. I try, but we had some problems. We were right? Not doing the website and crashed a couple times, and then some stuff we bought off Amazon was loaded already with malware spyware so, yeah, a lot of work got lost, and some got salvaged. So that's why we promised to have it out this time and then didn't. And then promised, again, didn't his because some fat dude in his underwear sitting in his mom's basement. Probably Harry sack is what his name is. Just waiting for key strokes. Yeah. Yeah. Just looking up Craigslist, phone numbers and shit and just vodka people. So, yeah, that's the reason that everything took so long, but we've been doing interviews. We had to make up interviews that we had done because the place that we decided which was at jokers. No fall, two jokers jokers has support nece and, and our efforts here but it was the wrong room. It had a lot of in and we just couldn't pick up on the buzz until after the interviews. And then there it was Hallelujah, and we couldn't get rid of it. No matter. How are we scrubbed it? We'll be good here. Yeah. The rooms pretty bad. Yeah. Not a locally, and then we got another guy over here bucket. What his Mike? Yeah, Matt, not hell mad hill, Matt. He'll. All right. You can't be slapping around. In the corner. It'll pick up all that shit. He's got get it straight, though. I gotta take it. We're going to be quite while he gets straight. Oh. Got a jiggle the peace. Just got to do is scarier. Okay. So mad. He'll says good go mad. He'll he said. Yes, sir. That means he must have been in the military. He's. Oh, Buffon's stuff. Little bit. Briar Brian was in. I wasn't either because I have a problem with get my ass kicked by thirty fig. I just they seem to do that, when I'm man, I wouldn't affair. Well, actually. Yeah. I think I think they'd probably be a little better than we get Rene's person arly earlier. Leah. Arlene earned army the Dros large from full metal jacket. Some dude like that screaming in your face mad. He'll is here with this Brier, Harrick. Hello. Both of them are in western Washington, but jokers is in eastern Washington. And that's where the comedy club is in. I'm your host Randy Jones. I'm a comedian. I try to be sometimes I'm not a good comedian. Sometimes I go stages. Tell jokes that I think are Larry's because I'm I'm a little bit. That's the vast right. What they say under the weather with the main green if they don't get siege. He gives you, but well commies it's, it's, it's one of those things that everybody's different you can go to a club and you like desperation was great and you did. All right. But, you know, they're not taking your hands or look at you. Like they kind of hate you a little bit. Like you are disgusting pig to can't believe you said you talked about your dick for ten minutes. Hey. It's a big part of my day. Part of my life. It's the center of my world. So we had a when we had. When did you join you came on like a rolls? Eighteenth eleven came over on the ninth for the first time you pull night. Yes, I've been going almost a month trying to get everything set up because I had to set up the social media's can try to get people to start following and then made up all the little things for every all these days posted and. Yeah. Okay to put that in there so far right now. Put in about two hundred forty hours. By myself. For shouldn't have been that much if it wouldn't have been for, you know, dick lips over there in the basement. I looked at the spot where it's once finally figured out. It's one of those technical ones that hides from you. Yeah. It's one of those worms it just when it senses that you trying to kill it. It hides somewhere. And I looked at I'm not a code guy, but I used to write when they remember. Tandy tanny. Radio shack. Right. See I had my I was always the kid who got the not actual transformers. You know they were the knock. I'll go. Yeah. You know, I had the knock off, I had to knock off Legos. I had to knock off. Hugh had rubik's cube. Sticking teeth. The real speak and spell. I you know, that thing was misspelling words all over the place. Brian. He goes, he's gonna hit monks and break. Open things anything distract. Distract. Apologize guys.

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"coakley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"coakley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I woke up. I can smell something. I this tastes something in my mouth, the smell this. Terrible. Terrible smell smell. I cannot describe it. I really cannot describe it. I can smell something stingy. Very powerful. Disgusting. And I looked and I can see the sky above me. The ceiling has fell off my room for like minutes felt that I had the ninth. I wasn't a dream. I did not realize what has just happened. But then I looked to my wife. I could not see rather see her all I saw was debris some parts of the ceiling are broken and fell on her. So all I see was demand Coakley, two blocks. I did not see her. So I tried to get up my bid had broken into V-shape. I felt something warm in my back a touch my back, and I felt something gooey Louie that was blood. My foot was shattered. My left foot. I tried to get of beds, but ice screamed did not realize it was my hip that was broken. But I knew there was something. That I started calling my wife. And my daughter. No,.

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Spain to have world's longest life expectancy by 2040

BBC World Service

12:47 min | 3 years ago

Spain to have world's longest life expectancy by 2040

"Behaviors, so if the good old fashioned Mediterranean diet, but also lower smoking race is one of the things that hip stem ahead of Japan who which has a slightly higher smoking rate, particularly in men, and that's how Spain is managed to leap up the table and his life expectancy is still rising in most countries. Whether or not there high middle income countries well globally. They're expecting a four point four year increase in life expectancy over the next decade in a bit. However, it is a mixed picture, and you get a lot of rich countries making a huge amount of progress places like Japan, Singapore Spain and Switzerland or we're going to have life. Expectancies over eighty five years on average according to this forecast, but you get other countries Central African Republic's involve way samayoa sofa all under sixty five years. So what you're seeing is that while there has been progress being made that huge gap in between the poorest, and the richest countries is in closing. And this report also has a warning that what is attempted to do is work out the best case scenario and the worst case scenario is for life expectancy in the coming decades. And it says that in its worst case scenario if things go quite badly, wrong them half of countries around the world Karachi their life expectancy falling. So don't think that living into your middle eight hundred hundred Dundee accordia, thanks for that may to Spain. Now, James let me ask you a question. Do you say me grain or migraine? I say migraine I have no idea if I'm right on well, I checked with the BBC pronunciation unit and first of all the sites said me grain. But then it also says that migraine is also. An attested variant. So we find with either you'll be pleased to know. Now last week we look to the humble and sometimes not so humble headache. And heard that the everyday tension type headache can usually be treated with ibuprofen or paracetamol and for a real boost with a Cup of coffee at the same time because the caffeine helps but a headache can also be one of the main symptoms of migraine and collasped days, and that's what we're focusing on this week. Our reporter Katie Tackett sukey has been in search of new treatments. This is the Tim S device. It's a single pounds. Testimonial. Magnetic stimulation device. Andrei direct to have had eight research at the headache center. Guys instant Thomas's hospital in London shows me a new portable device for migraine sufferers on the patient house boarded like this. And the pulses when you get a migraine nerves attend on new rooms in nerves fire, and that's why you feel pain this small magnetic pulse to the outer part of the brain from the TMS device changes the activity of those neurones and which uses the pain over time. It found recused the frequency of their tax and reduce the severity of the attacks. Say this device patients, take it home. Yes. So this technique has been in in the Kleenex for over thirty years. However, it involves a big machine. So this is the first time we have a portable device patients can take at home, and they can treat themselves to actually prevent their attacks. I'ma says they're seeing good results with three months. Eve's patients reporter, welcome reduction in the number and severity of attacks. And as someone who suffers for migraine, she knows all too. Well, how disabling they can be woke up with a migraine probably because let's. From your coming here. And what do they feel like for you describe the experience the migraine attack begins before the actual headache? I experienced what we called Pomona, Tori, symtoms yawning need to have more watering intake food intake, and so on then the henna comes in which is a disabling part on the attack and payroll. Zero. You just want to lie down just give in the dark Brown, quiet and just try to sleep more the attack. After the headaches stops you still have this hungover left from the attack and how long does an attack typically last four year. If I don't read it successful. They can go up to three days. Typical actually directional for migraine attack, ripping things out and dispose full Coakley. He has no respite from his chronic migraine rabid serious condition. It's effects about ten percent of people. He's had it for seventeen years. It doesn't come doesn't go. It's always there. No treatment has ever been successful. So we started proves a welcome distraction. Worst. I would say I well. Oh, sort of cuddled up on the sofa clutching my head, basically. And just wishing it would go away. What kind of treatment? Have you had four? Medication of all sorts and descriptions, both talks is one of them. That was tried. I've had various things stuck in the neck and pumped with things other inclined stand, but nothing that any of the treatment of had made any impact on the continuous nature the treatments Paul tried and not specifically for migraine. We've never had for the communist newer logical cause of disability on the planet. We've never had of specific preventive till now, she's a really big deal. Pizza coats is professor of neurology at King's College, London

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'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' finally casts its Charles Manson

Vince Coakley

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' finally casts its Charles Manson

"In downtown. Indianapolis and radar showing rain south of the city right now I'm John Herrick and here's what's trending at ten thirty one woman described what it. Was like to see, Franklin them carrying that casket and I just got I got so nervous and, so weak that I couldn't even take the, pits or it was just awful It was an awesome experience something never

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Cardinals, Mike Metheny and Mike Scheldt discussed on Vince Coakley

Vince Coakley

00:49 sec | 4 years ago

Cardinals, Mike Metheny and Mike Scheldt discussed on Vince Coakley

"Sports play well after an eighty two loss to the reds that dropped down this fortyseven fortysix the cardinals fired manager mike metheny last i replaced him on an interim basis with bench coach mike scheldt the cardinals also relieved hitting coach john me bran assistant hindi coach bill miller of their duties mathie was in a seven season as skipper elsewhere in the national league a big night for how they are by as in san diego bias drives one in the right field it's deep it's back toward the right center field fence raises their that bond is gone homer and the cubs have broken at wide open they lead eleven to four listen to these fans in san diego pat hughes.

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Baltimore Police: Officers shot man with knife at mental health clinic

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

Baltimore Police: Officers shot man with knife at mental health clinic

"At a maryland nature center to remember rob hyacinth was shot to death last thursday along with four colleagues at the capital gazette newspaper by a gun in the newsroom hyacinth had just celebrated his thirty three thirty third wedding anniversary with his wife maria whose birthday was on the day of the newsroom attack baltimore city police releasing the names of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man at a mental health clinic spokesman tj smith said that epifania torres and can kisha coakley shot the twenty seven year old man after he charged them with a knife on the medical campus of the university of maryland baltimore man is in stable condition fifteen hundred people attended a vigil to honor the nine victims of a mass stabbing in boise last saturday the victims were part of refugee families who were celebrating a three.

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