36 Burst results for "Couple Of Years"
Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA
"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.
Fresh update on "couple years" discussed on Jeff Wagner
"Unit also announced a billboard campaign about reckless driving, You know, and then they go on and start to talk about this. Our number is 85561616 20 that is the accurate mortgage talking text line. I swear it's gotten worse out there. I mean, look, there's always been Yeah, Dr. I got my driver's license when I when I turned 16, so I've got a driver's license for a long time, And I know that there's always been bad drivers. There's always been reckless driving there. There's always been collisions and things like that. But I swear it is. It is so much worse now. Not that it was 10 years ago because it's a lot worse now. That was 10 years ago, but it's so much worse now than I think it was five years ago or three years ago, and it's getting worse and worse and worse. And unfortunately you can put up all the billboards you want. You know you can have a call these numbers to report reckless driving, and I encourage people to do it, although I don't know what the heck that's going to do about it, But I think in general, you have this problem out there where you have people. That just don't care. Like the guy yesterday who blows through a red light after stopping at it. He just doesn't care doesn't care about anybody else. Maybe he doesn't care about himself and the effective it is all the rest of us. Take our lives into our hands when we go on the road, 85561616 20 That's the accurate mortgage talk and text line. I think this problem is so much worse now than it was even just a couple years ago. And yes, you can put up all the billboards you want, but I don't think that's going to make any difference. I think it's going to get a lot worse before it gets better. And I really this is one short of locking up the people that are driving recklessly and we're not going to do it. I think it's now coming to the point where we just have to live with it. And you have to realize every time you go out on the roadways, you know you're you take your life into your own hands. Every time you decide to cross the street, it's not like look right look left because you never know when that idiot is going to be speeding without their headlights on and it's going to blow through an intersection. It's just the wild West 85561616 20. We discuss. Hey, John, we're here here. Wisconsin is my.
From Frying Chicken to Working at Google With Danny Thompson
"Hey danny thanks so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited to be here. And i'm a big fan of the podcast. I've been listening to for a couple years now so very excited to be here. Oh well thank you so much. Of course. I gave you a longer introduction before were chatting but could you just tell us a bit about your story and what was happening in your life before. He started learning to code absolutely. I was the reason why i got into. Tech was because of a rapper. This robber invested several million dollars into a tech company. And this kind of blew my mind because at this point of my life i was thirty years old working in a gas station frying chicken and i found myself at a foregone in a road at this point and i said if i go right i'm gonna be in this gas station until the day i die or if i go left to make a change and i don't know what it is just got to do something different. This time that i saw this interview. And he's being asked and he's like why did you spend several million dollars into a tech company and he said i'm learning how to cope now. This blew my mind. Because i never knew someone from my kind of background could ever learn how to cook. My perception at the time was coating was for the in the scientists of the world never for an average individual so he's learning how to code and i'm like why is he learning. Obviously he's not learning how to code because he wants to become a developer and the reasoning was not that he's going to become a developer. And give this million dollar rocker right but it was. Why wouldn't you wanna know how the thing that you touch. Ninety percent out of your day how it operates like why is the extent of our knowledge when it comes to a computer opening a browser opening up youtube dot com and watch some kathy heels and so he starts learning how to code and sorta why and i said i wanna know more like. Why does my laptop cost two thousand dollars. Why does my smartphone cost fifteen hundred bucks. And i started how to and it was never with the idea of. I'm going to become a developer. That came way down the road. It was more long idea of. I'm gonna make a website and it's going to be the best website in the world and it's going to have all the stuff in everyone's gonna want to check it out. But i'm just going to make a website and just have something on there
Selling Your Business Is Simpler Than You Think
"Allegedly. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you mike. I'm happy to be europe. It's great to finally get to talk to you types. You all this hype here. And he remember we've talked quite a bit through email and also in the webinars but this is the first one. I think i've heard your voice. Oh okay actually met once and dewey. Yeah where was that are we. Sarah scott volkers. He had a couple years ago. You forgot it was like brand accelerator live. That was a great event. And i apologize. I mean i end up back in the days. When we had events i would meet to three hundred people you know at one time. It's hard to keep everybody straight and so correct. But i'm glad that we got a chance to to meet then and now i've done the know your snell if we met i would really remember you. You've been an awesome addition to the community and it's cool. I think that whenever we start a business we don't think about necessarily like. I want to sell it one day but ultimately i guess that is the goal at the end the day. If you really think about it you don't start it to just eventually folded or close it or give up on any of those things. I think the ultimate goal is to sell it. And you've reached that part of the journey. So i think that it will be cold to go back and kind of chronologically talk about and talk about the shell when we get to that point so. I'm looking forward to doing that. Yeah so i always ask this. I mean like how did you get. Starting e commerce whole thing it started is a great story. I think i started when i'm sixty one years old. I just kinda looked at what we had saved. My husband. And i and i went. You know. i think we're not gonna have enough one or die starting ecommerce business and at that time the amazing selling machine was opening. Its doors and i just jumped in and went okay. I can learn anything. I'll give it a try and reinvent myself. So that's what i did. I i had no idea I was ever going to really make any major dollars. I thought what i was gonna do and hopefully was maybe three or four thousand dollars profit every month to our bottom line and that would be great. But i reached cycle and four
What Are the Quirks That Come With Being a Developer
"Let's start with you telling us about your coding journey. Where they're all begin for you. I i started getting into coating during college. I started out as a psychology major and was pretty intent on finishing up. Undergrad getting a master's degree and being a counselor About couple years into it. I realized i liked the more hard science a lot. Better than sort of the sop science and social science part of it. And i had taken a statistics class. Like just a psychology stats. Class really looked to that. So i got into statistics and changed my major to that and at that point i had to take a bunch of like stats computing type glasses. So for instance statisticians tend to use programming languages like our or sass or even just like sql database management. And so that was really my first introduction to programming at that point. Like i realized if i to look at the t. between statistics and computer science actually like program a lot more than i liked the stats part of it. Nah i landed up graduating with degrees statistics. During that time. I just did a ton of learning on my own. Did a lot of like could academy courses recode cam fluoro- site videos whole time. Packer rank exercises. I even read through twenty programming textbooks now on just java script html and just building stuff just trying to make little side project snack things together. And after i graduated from college. I landed my first programming job. So what was it about that stats class. And then getting into programming. That resonated with you so is taking ard says stats programming. Which are and it was really amazing. Nina we could like run simulations and experiments just for typing a few lines of co dried. We could run simulations of very simple things like let's flip the coin hundred times and see how many times it lands heads or tails or even just like data visualization like we have data set and using just a few lines of code. You could use like a stats package like something like g plot to create this beautiful chart. That was really cool that you could like essentially build something out of basically nothing
State and Local Republican Parties Are Turning Ever More Toward Trump
"January six dr day history of the united states cap president trump is spoken many times since we left office. And i don't know if we'll ever see. But i will always be proud of what we accomplish for the american people over the last four years in new hampshire this week downplaying his differences with president trump Over the course of their partnership president trump of course returned to the stage last night as well with that speech in north carolina. Talk about it on our roundtable. We've got rahm emanuel donna. Brazile wall street journal columnist jason ryan riley a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and author of new book. Maverick a biography of thomas sowell and former libertarian member of congress justin amash and carson let me begin with you. The new york times is an interesting analysis of president trump this where they call them diminished but dominating at the same time of course. He had to give up basically his blog this week. He's still has a hold on the republican party. You serve with a lot of republican members of congress. How do you explain it. What republicans do about it well over the last couple years. I've really seen it. Take off. When i first got to congress. I could see this nationalist sort of starting to swell and by about two thousand fifteen. It took hold of the republican party in in a pretty big way at first members of congress when donald trump took office were doubtful about him. They would make fun of them in private. They'd criticize him They'd insult him. Even i thought they going too far and i was a big critic of donald trump and i couldn't believe some of the things that were said about him and then around two or three years ago around the beginning of twenty nine or so. I saw people really start to shift and the party really became donald trump's party completely and that's going to be the way it is over the next few years. I don't think. I don't think we're going back to a different kind of republican party.
Wet Notes - 6-6-21
"This is wet notes. Scuba shack radio's news and information update for sunday. June sixth two thousand and twenty. One first up. I like give you a quick update from stewart. Coves dive bahamas stewart. Coves has moved to new location. In coral harbour. Coral harbour used to be home of dive dive dive in nassau scuba center. Both are now gone. Stewart just moved to this new property in the last month and he has bought and he has big plans for the place right now. The main building is under significant renovation. So he has constructed some temporary structures to accommodate divers while things progress. I had a nice chat with stuart on his plans to build out the facility. And make it a great place to do your diving. When in nassau we are really looking forward to seeing how everything evolves move when we get back there next year. Good luck. Stewart as you begin this new phase. I'm sure you will make it a world class diving operation in the may two thousand and twenty one edition of the divers alert network. Safety stop newsletter. They introduced the return of the dan tags. So what are they will. The dan tags are small round crafted aluminum tag. That can easily attach to your. Bcd you tag will be laser engraved with important emergency information. That will help in the event that something happens. The dan tag will include your name date of birth. Your dan membership number any specific medical information. You'd like to disclose like allergies or other medical conditions plus contact. They're pretty attractive. Bright red and are easy to order from the dan website. The cost of the dan tag is twenty dollars. Check them out at divers alert network dot org and go to their online store in personalized. Your tag a couple years ago magazine. Podcast did a series on ballast and it was hosted by allen. Kelsey well ellen is back with a new five part series called the sound aquatic the ocean and the antra pause the first episode debuted on may twenty fifth and will run each week through june twenty-first. This series is about the sound scrapes that scientists are recording the surprising ways that animals talking. Listen and how the cove nineteen pandemic triggered a quietness in the ocean that is renewing commitments to lower ocean noise. The podcasts are quick moving and entertaining. You can find them at hawkeye magazine dot com or on any of your favorite podcast apps. Oh and if you wanna know what andro pause means. The term refers to a global reduction in modern human activity and it was coined by researchers in june. Two thousand twenty article in nature ecology and evolution. Guess she learn something new every day now. Here's some discouraging news out of grand cayman and it doesn't have to do with the covid nineteen pandemic but rather about another disease outbreak among coral the stony coral disease or sc td. According to an article in the came encompass an isolated area containing disease was spotted at life off a smith cove. And that's along the south west coast and that's not good. The came in department of environment also reported infected sites amal along grand cayman's east coast the now suspects that divers and boat operators be spreading it although scientists are still not exactly sure how stony coral tissue disease spreads. If you look at the outbreak map you get the feeling that it could be divers or boat. Operators there are new disinfecting guidelines for local divers. Not sure how these will translate to us when the caymans open back up again as if we didn't have enough to contend with with covid nineteen now it stony coral tissue disease and our dive gear every day. Now we're learning about more destinations for diving opening up around the world. One of these locations is bon air. There was an article on dive. News wire from the bon air tourism department. That indicated that. Us flights will resume. On june fifth and the country is launching an island-wide health initiative american and delta will be resuming their wednesday and saturday flights from miami and atlanta. Unlike the bahamas of it appears that you'll still need an antigen or pcr tests even if you are vaccinated before entry and of course for returning to the united states. It sounds like you might be able to get these tests at the airport or at three other facilities on the island so even though bonaire will open. Be sure you're properly prepared. Hopefully in the near future you'll be able to travel without restrictions if you're fully vaccinated and finally here on wet notes. I just saw that. Bob ballard has a new book out and it's titled into the deep and memoir from the man who found titanic a couple of years ago. We met doctor ballard at the sixty fifth boston. Sea rovers clinic and his presentation was fascinating. Some sure the book will be equally fascinating. There was an article on cnn where they interviewed bob allard. And according to this article the book delves into some of the most defining moments of his personal life including the tragic death of his son. Ballard turned seventy nine in june and he said that depend pandemic. He had a lot of times on his hands. So he teamed up with christopher drew the new york times who's an investigative journalists to write the book into the deep by robert. Ballard would be a good one to add to your summer reading list. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio
Revisiting Worldwide Laws and Regulation Around Data and AI
"Yeah so when you look that All of these countries and we looked at the different regulation categories which were facial recognition detail privacy autonomous vehicles autonomous weapons conversation systems ethics and bias. A enabled decisions militias ai. And generally i used. We saw the highest overall count of laws and regulations to be data. Privacy data. privacy has skyrocketed in the last couple years especially since the eu came out with the gdp are but if You if you can see on here Conversation systems only have one law in the entire world. Which i believe is in california and militia. Say i only has two which one of them again. I believe as also in china one of the things that we did in our research is we categorized these laws and regulations into four general. Actually three general buckets are these laws and regulations prohibitive meaning. Do they prevent you from doing something. Or they are trying to reduce the use of something right And i without surprise the data. Privacy regulations are primarily a prohibitive nature. They're telling you what what you should not be doing with sharing data. It's not like oh here all the things you can do data privacy. It's like saint. No no here. All the things should not doing right. No surprise tons of stuff there is also a list of permissive rules. There are situations where maybe we do want laws and regulations tell you win. You can do that. Of course autonomous vehicles being the most obvious category there. Because you you can't generally have a car with no driver in it navigating the streets. You know you know harry. Many is actually trying to get to level five automation. Nobody in the car.
Joshua Miller: The Lies That Keep You From Our Greatness
"Title of the book is i call bullshit. Live your life not someone else's and why i chose. That title was purely. Because when i look at the twenty years of working with leaders and individuals across the country And i've read the books. And i subscribe to the models. I've i've walked on the coals. I've been to the seminars. What i found. Is that a lot of these. Books are great in content. They're great in awe insight but sometimes they lack on the substance of application. What do you actually do with what you just learned. And for me. When i was toying around the idea of writing a book Some people approach me a couple years ago as usual. write a book on leadership development or executive coaching. I said It doesn't with me. There's enough books out there to do that. And as i've been thinking about writing a book for close to three years it hit me. One day where i realized what's missing And what. I would like to read personally as a book that just cut through the bullshit that takes the essence of all of these. The great work that that that people in our industry have done but just D- complexities tapes it. Distills down to what's the bare essence. What is it telling you. What is it teaching. And then how do you go. Apply it because an insight without application is is really just an insight. It's nothing else. So i call bullshit is is has kind of a double meaning. It's one is. I call bullshit not so much on people or the industry but it's really on the conversations were having and it's time that we stop living lies and really start asking ourselves pertinent questions. We gotta get more curious about who we are what we're doing. Stop complaining stopping a victim and start getting curious around. What can we do about it. And that's what this book is really drives home.
The Fastest Way to Build ML-Powered Apps
"Today. We've got to heen trips. Daba with us who is co founder and ceo of base ten. Welcome to him. Hi thank you. Thanks for having me. Cristiano yeah it was great. Meet you. We had a chat last week and i was learning a little bit about some of the things that you're doing and had to get you on the show right away so really excited to hear about that stuff but before we dive into all that could you just give us a little bit of info about your background. How you got into doing what you're doing now so my backroom actually electrical engineering electrical engineering college in optical h. I decided that the right thing to do was to go work in finance in new york for for a couple years it had nothing to do. That's the rumor and academia that i heard was like you can sell your soul and go make a ton of money and finance not that you have to sell your soul to go into finance to work on the fund problem of privatizing toll roads There you go fascinating in. Its own way but after a couple of years of it. I decided that wasn't for me. And i decided to go back to engineering so actually moved to boston from new york to work at a weird academic lab at beth israel medical center which is part of harvard medical school. Where the professor who had one apprise full coming up with a noninvasive way of tracking the progression of ls and he'll spin off. Stop as part of that. That was very data driven. Like two thousand and eleven. And i didn't know anything. That machine learning stats. Well you know. I've done a bunch of electrical engineering and information signal processing in college. I could probably convince him. Just take on. You know boston suppler. We'd breed in that. You know the kind of very research focused laura grant and frankly to quite cheap. And i was like i'll go and tell them to pay me. Allie alco work this. I went there. And i got to work with this guy. These three mit pc's basically figuring out if they can predict the prognosis of neuromuscular disease.
Tiny Houses on the Water With Bonnie Vanasse
"Hello ethan thanks for being here This interview i feel like has been in the works for maybe years. Your hard to pin down. And i don't have very good phone reception at most locations. Yes you're actually. We're we're catching you in the airport. Because i guess better cell reception there. So i i really appreciate it and i want to jump right in. There is a video tour of your houseboat. The river dan that has been viewed over three point eight million times. I just want to start -gratulations on that. I would like to say. Congratulations to exploring alternatives on that. That matt danielle did an awesome job on the video and they have a great following of people so really kudos to those guys they have brought so much publicity about. it's awesome. Yeah that that they have been. They've actually. I'll link to interview that i did with them on this show a couple years ago. Now but yeah i agree. They are wonderful. People and their their youtube channel exploring. Alternatives is just a wealth of tiny house inspiration how has how has that affected. Has that affected you like having being that public or being out there so much on the internet. And i'm sure that a lot of bookings have come through people seeing the video but also because of our successor airbnb. Which kind of i guess. I'm not sure if it's really from the video. I'm sure it definitely helps But i think the video has been a lot around the world and not so much like people coming to visit this area of canada. But i think it's inspired a lot of people so that i'm really happy about. Yeah i mean as somebody who lives very close to a body of water You know i'm in vermont. Very near lake champlain. When i first saw the video i was like i want to build a house. Boat and put it on lake champlain. Four and then. I found out that it wasn't that easy to do here. From a legal perspective and also lake freezes and so you know it would be a seasonal thing but enough about me. So i'm curious you know but just just a little side actually. My boats are forced season. They stay frozen in the ice. They're built special floaters that that can handle the The impact of the ice and that are actually built for it.
Avoiding 'Success Entitlement' While Marketing Through Social Media
"Topic. I want to talk about today. I feel like is so fitting. Because i was noticing it in in myself a couple years ago and i notice. It's something that likes to creep up when you are working hard at your business and in social selling we really do want to see a quick return for our work but i will tell you and you've probably learned by now that there is no quick return for this work it is about playing the long game it is about long suffering is about patients it is about being so gritty and i was actually just coaching on this in the academy. So much of your success depends on your ability to trust your own decision making and validate yourself. Invalidating yourself means that you are not looking to likes comments. Paycheck a rank. The things your team says about you. The things you're a follower say about you're not using those things to inform you how you should feel about yourself. And it's very easy to get lost in looking for validation outside of ourselves and the moment we do that we become victim to our social media platforms. That's when it starts to feel really heavy and really burdensome. Unruly exhausting is because we expect a return for our work to quickly and i met actually call that success entitlement and success entitlement really comes from the place of being really transactional in our attitude about our work ethic and our work. If i do x. I should get y and z. It's this idea of. I'm gonna call it transactional marketing versus abundant marketing and transactional marketing as when you are making a post. And you are expecting a response or a sale or a new customer or new follower. Like if i give. I expect to get in return and when we have that mindset it says sets us up for a lot of disappointment and resentment and frustration with our social media platforms to be honest when we are in that transactional mindset. That is no longer when we feel authentic to ourselves anymore because we know that were just showing up in hopes to get something in return.
Does Zero Click Have Any Real Value in the SEO Landscape?
"I've been really interested in this no click conversation. I'm mean ran. Really kind of like. I would say like brought it to the forefront a bit more in seo by ran in ran fish in friends of the voices of search podcast. Of course. of course. I still excited. He came on the show. Anyway do yes so so ran. Came out a couple years back with a study. That was using jump shot. Data and jump. Shot is a click stream. Data provider was a click stream data provider and with this study. He was looking at within this data. Sad all the searches that were in google. Us how many were clicking through either. Pay odds organic or not doing any activity at all. This sparked a ton of communication and like back and forth within the industry and even to this day it creates a lot of like polarizing views on it my first reaction to i think like most was yes. There's a lot of no collectively but how many of those are searches for. What time is it in barcelona or what time is it in australia. And so sure on those like like kind of Not transactional but like anecdotal type. Queries is you're gonna have that activity and you're also going to have that around like query refinement. So you write something in and then uniting the results. i won't let me search for this instead. And yes those are happening. But i think as were seen the actual sir plans evolve. We're also seeing that. No click activity changed. And that's where. I think it's really interesting to see some of this information. That have random putting out is because he did it a few years back. I wanted to save time ahead. It was sitting around like an overall like fifty five percent like click activity and then fast forward. He did another one from inv- last year. This time with similar webs and jump shot got it disassembled which is a bummer for search. Just because it was really cool data source even though search metrics. We weren't using it for search volume. It was really fun to play around with with this new one. It was showing that sixty five percent of all queries. were no click activity. And what this tells me is won- even from the macro level and you can pick apart and kind of get into the nuance of it. Which i think has value but from a high level. You can see okay. Is it reasonable to think that people are just searching different. A year later two years later and note the biggest change during that is the landscape shifting and so understanding ben how that has an impact to what traffic you're driving from those rankings becomes a really important piece to just understand the world that we're operating and living
"couple years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The last couple years, and I think they're still adding pieces to it. But this offseason, I think they really bring everything together and they get guys like Grant, help it back who can contribute? Have a good quarterback. They drafted another really good quarterback Greg Newsome going to be able to play he can cover for sure he's he's willing to get the run. If he's able to get in there and compete right away. They've got a good secondary, and they've always had a good front seven. So you it is adding Jadeveon Clowney is of that. I understand. He's a mob. That the high player that everyone wanted him to be when he was coming out, But he's a good NFL player. You don't mind a guy like that on the other side of a superstar like Myles Garrett. So they're they're good defensive team and they were Biltmore to be an offensive the last year and you are talking about a team that could run the ball. Just leave a brown. They have a water weakness. Is there gonna be a very tough time to be and people sleeping on them now, in my opinion, are looking at what they have there looking what they used to be, And that's just simply not the case anymore. On by its eye again, As I said at the beginning, this is all talk until they start keeping score. Baltimore Had a very interesting draft were shot Bateman I, You know, this is big 10 country. We see a lot of, you know, Big 10 football. Lot of Minnesota games on the Big 10 network shot Bateman's The real Deal. Another weapon there for the Ravens on offense. I can't sleep on the Ravens, either. I think this may come down to Baltimore and clear. I don't want to short sell the Bangles. The bangle is not a lot of work to do in the off season. We'll see. This may come down Tol to more Cleveland. It may come down to that final the final month of the season..
Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak
"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my
Darlington: Martin Truex Jr. Remains the NASCAR Dominator
"To get your take darlington. Kyle martin tricks junior the winner. Yes only driver with multiple victories in the twenty twenty one season now. Three victories at tracks will play host to the playoff opener. That starling to the round of eight finale. That's martinsville and the championship race phoenix. He's one at all three of those places. So i know twelve races in were third of the way in the season. So it's not too early to make overexuberance yes prediction. Never too early is mark tricks junior. At this point the unquestioned championship favourite mean feels like. Oh yes and i honestly. I've not seen anybody rise to that challenge yet on a consistent basis only on a consistent basis how many years we went through. It's the big to this battle of the titans they'd coming out right and then a couple years ago. It became the big three. You know and now it's the big lebowski. It's the one guy you know what i mean. It is the one guy that's all that's really the first. He's the only guy in the first two races that has raised his hand and said. Hey i'm the gatt come get me come get me so i mean i think he's unquestionably the guy that everybody is shooting at right
How to Shift Your Digital Strategy After iOS 14
"Today i'm joined by warren g always a digital marketing specialist for one hundred contacts lauren. Thanks for coming on the air. Yeah i'm excited to have you Before we get into it just you know. Tell me a little bit about yourself. And i think you've got a really interesting story of how you made your way into marketing and just share that with us. Yeah so I actually yeah. I went to school at. Byu and my degree is an exercise in wellness. so out of college. I actually started as a as a personal trainer in wellness coach. I'm actually at one. Eight hundred contacts so they have an onsite gym. There and i was a personal trainer to our associates and their spouses and loved doing that. But then it just kinda what. I call it a quarter life crisis. I guess decided you know. What am i gonna do with my life. I don't think personal training it for me and the had a friend that had an entry level opening marketing position it was actually an affiliate marketing position open. She said hey. I think you might like to check it out. So i definitely had a google search. What affiliate marketing had no idea so google and thought. Hey what the heck you know of of made go into law school. But i put that on hold for like a year check out markets if i liked it and the stick so i'm i started affiliate marketing and moved over into the digital side couple years later for started with display and video native or khanin on my made my way back one eight hundred contacts in marketing. So over here. now. I'm back in and do it. Affiliate marketing for them as well and then among the paint social display side. So doing a lot for him. But it's gonna be back in different
"couple years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Is the last couple years and also, you know, not throwing the ball as hard as he did early in his career. So the fastball even though it still has the great movement, which is great for him. The velocities down. He's pitching a little bit more with the some secondary stuff breaking ball the change up. I guess the simplest fire these he's trying to pitch changing speeds, moving the ball in and out and not relying on a on a big arm that he had early in his career. She she goes for you today. It chance to even things up in. Hopefully, Sis tints the work. We're hoping that he keeps us in the game. Hopefully we get some base runners and get a big knock against Martinez and hopefully we get into a game where some strategy late in the game comes into play for both managers and Hopefully we get the big knock and make the big pitch. All right, buddy. Good luck today. Thanks, Jack. Above black Show brought to you by shop. Subaru you're Subaru dealer located in Aurora. One Price. One person one hour with no dealer handling fees more to come here on the K O Iraqis Radio Network. Welcome to Colorado, where chill was born. The founders of chill. We do things our way. We played golf with the disk instead of clubs. So we have a hand free for a beer. A soon as we hit the 19th Hole way were sandals to the bar year round on the winner. Just add socks looking good on who needs a beer?.
The 2021 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees
"Get to this year's oscar nominated songs in a minute but before we weigh in on those songs and their chances. Stephen can you talk a little bit about the common themes we've seen from some of the oscar winners and nominees of the last few years. Well each year this category has been a different kind of mixed bag. Depending on what sort of movies are coming out. In a given year you often have a song or more from disney musical. You often have a song from a big blockbusters like all stars from black panther from a couple years ago. Big songs from big movies often wind up making their way into these nominations. And then they'll be mixed in with. Sometimes it's a song you've never heard of by an artist you've never heard of from a movie you've never heard of so. It really is a very very mixed bag from year to year with some recurring themes diane. Warren is very often nominated as a songwriter very often. Especially in recent years. You have a lot of songs that i call for lack of a better term. Glory corn so named for the song. Glory by common and john legend from movie. Selma a few years ago songs that play over the closing credits of movies about social justice all of which have titles that kind of together to form this. I will rise and fight and raise my voice to stand for you and so this year is a little bit of an unusual year for a bunch of obvious reasons. Many of them related to the pandemic. You didn't have a big disney musical so you didn't have a let it go into the unknown big disney banger. And you didn't have a lot of blockbusters you didn't have for example. No time to die. The james bond movie which had a theme song by billie eilish which came out which was pretty well received. And i think would have been a shoe in at least to be nominated and probably win. Had the movie actually come out and thus been eligible so that has kind of opened this year's field to what has turned out to be a whole lot of glory.
Microsoft to Expand Testing of Its Xbox Cloud Gaming Service
"We're talking about video games in the cloud. No you're not going to be on an airplane flying. you play video games. This is a totally different thing or maybe some day but right now we're talking about cloud base games while you're on earth that's right. It's it's still a big developing story and one of the big players. There is microsoft which has been building out and testing a cloud based video. Game service Over the last couple years and it's going to be expanding that and i didn't realize they had actually done this actually calling it xbox cloud gaming service and been previously. We've been referring to this project x cloud anyway so microsoft announced. Its the services is going to be able to be tested on more devices. Currently it's being tested on. You can play it on xbox consoles p. season android devices but it's going to begin a limited beta test by inviting some game pass ultimate members to play on chrome and edge browsers on windows t in windows ten. Pc's and on the safari browser on apple iphones and ipads. So you're getting more devices and obviously you're getting outside of the windows microsoft round when you get into apple here For those familiar with this the xbox game pass ultimate. It's the subscription service that microsoft. Has it cost fourteen ninety nine a month and it gets you access to more than one hundred games. Click games like halo. grand theft. auto five fallout four. It also includes xbox gold which is the online multiplayer access. Which if you're a longtime xbox user you have that anyway to play games with other people online that's nine ninety nine itself so this is just five dollars more and you get the access to ultimate and there's also various games from electronic arts as part of its e a play library
How Automation Can Create a Better Future of Work
"Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks for having me. David them happy to be here. Well i'd love to tee up for audience where you are today with your startup. You've been scaling up. Very involved with enterprises very involve product releases and this movement is exciting. I'm really interested to hear that as someone who's an educator and developer to see that there's exciting tools out there to build and make products so can you share with our audience. About what tonkin does today. oh yeah absolutely. I think you touched any important point. There duncan We raised a round right before the garona pandemic it's so Of twenty twenty in being going rapidly since. It's very exciting time for us. Duncan is almost five years now. And so i like to say that i've been singing the same song for five years in you know it wasn't the same market as it was five years ago which is a great thing for us in. I think you touched on the important point. What does it mean to enable more people to use software. And what impact would that have own enterprises in business in everyone's life. I think that's what we're all about. It's been amazing to see in the last decade how this movement that started perhaps with companies like your has now grown into these verticals of mar tech and sales tack and building for anyone. What inspired your growth and tonkin to scale. I think the biggest moment for me. It was actually my previous jobs before. Starting talking i was engieering in a public company public softer company in had the opportunity to grow my team quite rapidly join cuisine and gritting their from on handful of people to over one hundred fifty people until so really doing very couple years. Maybe when you think about the challenges that comes with growing operations there's internal challenges and then there's the external oranges of working with parliament and in really walking across different processes. Now i'm a software guy. I've been writing coaches. I was standing result kind of thing in so for me. It software should always be the solution right. Always the first bush to go to an even though we had all those great tools in place and you know the top. Crm's in the top medium project management tools in like most companies.
"couple years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And filled it a couple years ago where they play golf because that thing just fell flat on his face and one very good but that is supposed to be on may twenty fourth and will be watching that together so we talked a little bit of sports earlier today there might be a little you know sporting activity to watch there so hopefully that will continue and we will continue with more Mike Allen junior will be in the seat next so stay tuned for that as we continue and I'll see you next week here on the home of the Reds and hopefully a hundred games schedule not they'll get out there soon may play a little baseball on seven hundred WLW traffic and weather radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati the latest numbers on the corona virus in Kentucky this is the six o'clock report hi Matt Rees breaking now governor Beshear holding his Daily News briefing this past hour announcing the latest numbers in Kentucky on the corona virus today we're reporting the total number of new cases of a hundred and fifty eight and our new number for total cases after our daily audit is six thousand four hundred forty six four four zero governor says the number of deaths in Kentucky has risen by six in the past twenty four hours to three hundred and four next step in Kentucky's re opening phase starts may twenty second the governor says restaurants can open at one third capacity that day phase two that one opens gyms movie theaters campgrounds and youth sports and that starts in June the third phase opening the bars is not expected until July as soon as tomorrow though people in Kentucky will be able to legally attend church without violating an order by the state federal court has put on hold an order by the governor a reversal of governor bush years ban on in person church services a federal judge ruled that all Kentucky churches can go back tomorrow Sunday as long as they practice social distancing and hygiene guidelines by the centers for disease control judge van taking hope ruled Friday that the governor's order violates the church's first amendment rights to exercise freedom of religion and freedom of assembly governor bush years legal team had argued that all mass gatherings were banned in churches were not singled out the judge said that while the governor has some leeway in enacting certain orders during public health emergencies constitutional rights still exist and the judge ruled that the current band is quote beyond what is reasonably required and quote I'm sandy Collins news radio seven hundred WLW here we go the latest traffic.
"couple years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"couple years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Life fieldhouse a couple years ago but it was axle much other dudes it was guns and roses for a long time after they broke up just axle and much other news and contest winners with guns N. roses the light color number nine I'm broke eighty years old eighteen wow that's a big number I don't think he was that old I thought he'd be in the seventies but while the big eight zero some other birthdays this week including Bobby brown fifty one years old signature song for Bobby brown my prerogative got to go with that one because if you remember the old Arsenio hall show it was a cultural phenomenon for number of years Arsenio hall doing his late night show he would kind of transition from his monologue to the rest of the show by quoting Bobby brown line in my prerogative let's get busy really you didn't I forgot about that piece of trivia I I'll always all trust you take you at your word for that one but I think Bobby brown was jealous of Whitney Houston's talent I think he is part of the reason she went on a downward spiral also available I am though he's totally not all sure she has his culpability but she was one the biggest talents in the world in and hooking up with Bobby brown for whatever yeah I don't I don't I never understood that relationship and he just kind of brought her down and she was way too good for him he was always kind of a pain in the rear and even back in his new addition days like if you listen to interviews from any one of the new addition guys this is the problem they always had with the attitude in the ego of Bobby brown he Keren turned eighty six this week the real home run champion in Major League Baseball yeah there was no asterisk next to his home run total which I believe is around seven fifty five right right did it the right way no Lloyd snow clears no injections of the cream in the clear prices going up there and hit balls man and for me I know Barry Bonds went on to break the record and technically he's the home run champ of all time but it speaks volumes that one of those guys we just mentioned Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds is in the hall of fame and it's not the guy at that number one do you guys like mark McGwire deserve to be in the hall of fame you know that's tough because the defense could only go for that matter what the hall of fame decides to do if you are one of these guys and he got up the whole pack in the baseball hall of fame if you think about it they don't have the all time hits leader they don't have the all time home run leader and one of the all time strikeout kings Roger Clemens none of them are in the hall of fame all right we have coming up tomorrow on the hammer Nigel short mold more guns and roses tickets yes ever gonna pregame for another exciting democratic.
"couple years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"This couple years ago had a picture my foot up there all I do remember that that never healed it's better all god god it all right we got it we gotta do traffic and weather did you see the show and what kind of weird things will you often watch on you to one eight hundred two eight three one one point five to nineteen years fast traffic getting better the Radisson cell phone so we wanna crash picked up approaching Plainfield Avenue we still have that other issue in Edison though to crash investigation on route twenty seven south bound that remain shut down between two eighty seven vineyard road in the offering from north bound to any seven also blocked elected to for south bound twenty seven if you're exiting the turnpike northbound triplanes interchange thirteen we've got a vehicle off the roadway leveling shoulder blocked and Lawrence township south and some to do not to ninety five they're making progress we've got just one we block now by exit sixty seven the we are still slow coming into that area and a cherry hill route seventy west bound up by two ninety five you've got fire department activity with one lane blocked still looks good across the Hudson leaving New Jersey I just a heads up if you're entering the garden state off the GWB self expressly to ninety five very heavy back out towards route eighty with a stalled out tractor trailer this report sponsored by indeed dot com indeed knows your company's roadmap to success start with hiring first rate employees visit indeed dot com slash higher today and try tailored solutions to help discover the best people for your business traffic every fifteen minutes next report to thirty three from the all American auto group traffic desk shop today at all American auto group dot com I'm Jeff from Hyundai Jersey one a one point five Jersey one one point five your news traffic and weather first responders to the minute information from our award winning news to you I'm Erik Scott topping our report this hour count on us to get you around with bass traffic Williams the Jersey traffic traffic stop count on us to keep you and your family safe with instant weather I'm meteorologist stands there are on a one point five your first responders for news traffic and weather today's horoscope brought to you by geico Capricorn's today is a perfect day for romance and fun filled activities with your partner and my fun filled activities we mean shopping for car insurance.
"couple years" Discussed on KTRH
"Fastest growing new game. you can't lose. like close attention it's the game where you we don't down the question so much we pretty much guarantee you cannot lose here's a question. two young scientists working for the Clorox company were hell bent on formulating a grease cutting cleaner. after four hundred eight failed formula attempts they finally got what they were looking for what did they call the new product. formula for and I will give you credit good call thank you that was Claudia Jim go ahead. yeah. but she ended up and join. all right up loving. one of your order. I think ever did what was. well it's mostly all of the YMCA with basketball soccer baseball and softball for my son for ten years and my daughter from a couple years ago my daughter for four years after that sixteen years all together. and I was not a jock of the killer never play organized sports. but. thanks for all the right person are my static Dougherty like free you know free school or just for kindergarten whatever. I don't like the way the coach treated get right go so I volunteered because of exceeding just that somebody doing doing better with the kids I was real lucky I had yelled over the years I have a lot of volunteers as a coach is that yeah I know more about the sports tonight it but they wanna be coach and it just worked out great good for you. my experience with youth sports is the guys who don't want to coach.
"couple years" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Day to remember a couple years ago and he did a seminar and that we did what I I I presented something called the million dollar baby and I options based on if you're twenty years old how much do you have to put into the raft strategy in order to create a million dollar assets thirty years old and so forth well let me just share with you if you're forty two years old for example we've got this was silent me see wasn't Kenneth ecru we've created this for him four thousand dollars per year so forty two year old that's really a little bit over three hundred dollars per month put into the account so not a huge amount but able to do that over a twenty five year period of time so from eight forty two to sixty seven I mean that's modest I can talk contribution to a retirement plan really if you think about it but for twenty five year period of time now he's going to be able to turn right around and start taking out twenty five thousand dollars per year for the rest of his life starting at age sixty eight tax free tax free yeah so all he did he put in a hundred thousand dollars and then it two years later he starts taking out twenty five thousand dollars per year tax free zone for years he's taken out all of the money that that he contributed and now it's been based on compound interest based on some of the features and benefits and and so forth that are obtained in the raft strategy he's provided a retirement leg to his stool that will provide that tax free income for as long as he lives right and so this is very very important for people to understand that there are things out there different and better then maybe what you're doing right now give us a caller Texas we want to get you the book the illustration of your own the number to call or text is one eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five.
"couple years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Program a couple years ago P. W. C. has paid off nearly twenty six billion dollars worth of student loan debt about eight thousand PWC staffers are receiving payments toward their student debt how do you find an employer like that we're joined now by Susan Tom poor personal finance columnist at the Detroit Free Press Susan what's trending there are more companies are starting to add a benefit look if you will to pay down your student loan debt you're not gonna get a ton of money but maybe fifty dollars or a hundred dollars a month from the company to pay down your student loan debt right now but eight percent of the companies are offering that so it's important if you're out with a college degree to maybe ask and compare you know what's being offered this is on the table that might be something you could find attractive well you mentioned on your story P. W. C. the former price Waterhouse coopers they seem to have would be considered pretty generous program now yes I think I think that would be considered pretty generous as they will their program has been out there a little while her absence to sixteen I believe and they will offer a hundred dollars a month interview Dion woman who is working in Detroit and she she found that perk to be quite attractive and so they pay a hundred a month and they'll cover this up for six years so potentially knocking off seven thousand two hundred dollars in principle which is a lot of money and then don't forget it you're not gonna pay principle you're also Clinton into the interest double you know you're looking at a benefit or value prince of eight thousand or ten thousand dollars depending on how long the company offers to do this and of course depending on your interest rate it's an important thing to ask about our many students in our graduating with five figure that in the theory is you know you're not gonna get these jobs without these college degrees so maybe the employer is starting to one thirty to recognize that a lot of our young people are getting out there with some pretty pretty steep Bustin loans in this could be a benefit if you look at who tracked or keep a young talent good talent you some of these programs also offer this appearance we have parents of course are borrowing and parent plus loan and no one company Kerr heart of a famous brand here made in Detroit heavy duty clothing wear and sometimes you do see them in the movies other people wearing them a signature clothing they offer fifty dollars a month but they've also extended their offer to parents with parent plus loans so even if you're not the students in a few cases out there these employers are recognizing that the financial headaches are causing some problems and this is a good way to perhaps make people feel better about their jobs Susan Susan Tom for personal finance columnist at the Detroit Free Press part of the USA today network thirty minutes now after the hour long.
"couple years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For a couple years now I'd like to see that if the opportunity presents itself all right with that Tony will let you go man thanks so much they sent this has been a winning record seven hundred WLW the whole of the rest traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati the suspect in a police involved shooting is dead and the prosecutor says it was justified with the three thirty report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now provided an update on a police involved shooting from July thirty first Hamilton County prosecutor Joe deters said the man shot by police thirty six year old Robert Snider who was a suspect in several robberies in Cincinnati and northern Kentucky earlier in the week died this morning around twelve thirty that the shooting carried out by the officers was justified during the pursuit Schneider tried to gain access to several homes in the area including one occupied by an older woman and her niece and nephew who kept him out Peter says Snyder was ruthless in his crimes you think about the hell he put that little girl through the store clerk through the police officers through everybody through he has no feeling for anybody he's eight he was clearly a menace to society Schneider had a gun that he pointed in officers during the incident but it was said to be broken and unloaded deter simply called it quote a piece of crap Snyder survive had had Schneider survived his injuries he will be facing six felony charges police dashcam it body footage has been released now the latest traffic.
"couple years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Couple years Risi from a telling off a couple years since labels with them drop by Rhapsody Rhapsody the dope is our apple not name Kendrick Lamar I need to talk about gender I'm talking bout period I can't rap city is the dope is rapper not name Kendrick Lamar here in the streets I'm talking about the new class not the O. G. them someone it is new generation Raffi is my favorable only other artists only of the art of the look for to hear into hearing hearing from like Rhapsody is Kendrick Lamar big Sean and the late great if he also from his generation all right now let's skip ahead and that's about it ed Sheeran so as here is album is out and show me your interview as Sharon has dropped in full today as well yes it is and so we have a low highlight for you of experience talking about working with Eminem did I say many people say that Akon wrapped that I'm allowed to own a song with Eminem and fifty cent racket is I like I just I mean the hope that I write a song fifty cent in no time to go to that they just have to have to be that have to be that I made that song in Sweden with Max moss and he's a he's a really big someone's projects that I'm not set to Max I was like I'm I'm going I'm going to London's more second guessed with Eminem hi Watson Eminem's dressing room and the seven fifty cent and then I was like has to be meant to be yes so there's that song remember the name featuring Eminem and fifty cent on that new collaborations album this out in them so collaborations great record with fifty cent and Eminem what I told a he dropped the ball because he should have gotten that the jury to do to be that of a bill that we made a complete yeah the mobile is like you know what we will do this right now he told me how to do it I gotta get told me why greeting due to be would offer that it took to our people to meditate that you got the only as Sharon interviewed by the met because no he wouldn't know whether he's not doing it for us I mean I want to know the press and he's he's toys over in August and then you're going going I'm a nation so I am and it is what it is you want me to do alright let privilege I mean because I got only about your my god I have fled to London and went to the state in this house for a few days you know he was in his wake wow that is that a colder during his pub in in his later rankings pops my guy would grow even not even on a few of those that act like it I've been a medical go time this edition listed but because my guy I talked to a for no reason me and hang out with limited though alright we'll go it is like to know black privilege all right drink is pop all right Jeff to revoke late everybody else the people's choice mixes up next week started off with a new fifty cent this is the big rich town you know Pat was coming back city did a new version of the joint really feature a book you with the Holy entry songs I.
"couple years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Sell tickets for a couple years, you're safe here. I'm not buying out, and then we'll worry about winning years, three on. But we gotta sell tickets. So hard knocks was a business decision. And to me, that's always been the first two years for the raiders, where Colin was raw ratings way, way up in the US open. Now Brooks kept ga. I thought was actually interesting yesterday. I don't think he has a big personality, but his last six majors, a second first second of I thirty nine hundred. I he's the first player to shoot under seventy four straight rounds and not win the US open. Again. I, I don't think he's a captivating personality. But I think is game is unbelievable. There's no visible flaws. And he's kind of a fascinating personality in that it, major at non majors. He barely cares at majors. He's all in inaugural give you lot verbally. But I did think yesterday KEPCO with a chance to win a third move. The ratings up like forty percent. They got a five point two. That's a big number. Now, some of it is Pebble Beach is a painting. I mean I sat there and watch five and a half hours, it wasn't because of Brooks kept cut until the last ninety minutes, but he had some ability yesterday to move the needle. And I think he did where Colin. Is right. Lebron's a win. Now player. We predicted this trade last week, we said it would happen, and it would happen fast. That's why I scheduled a flight on Tuesday. I had a feeling this puppy was gonna come down either Sunday, Saturday or Friday, the pelicans, one, the Lakers, number four pick, because that's the best pick at of all this for them is this number four pick most of those pictures, swaps, there's only one top ten or top eight guaranteed. So this was a, a trade that you could really. I mean, I think all of us ought coming, but I felt it was going to happen forty-eight hours and it did where Colin was raw Lonzo ball's Laker career ended up being a bunch of nothing a forty four percent free throw shooter ten points a game. Thirty eight percent from the field and never ever healthy. Allow dad some bad rap songs talented, but never popped, you know, he's a little too, quiet and a little too passive in for my liking I did think before he got hurt..
"couple years" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Was probably a couple years ago. I've told the story on the air where I was in Maui we rented drone shop. And this guy looked at me. And he said, you know, you should not be paying for cable TV, and I looked why and says all you have to buy this box dragging box and in the dragon box, you hook it up to the internet, and you can get all the sports and movies that even video games latest stump for free. And I looked said well how much is the box. He said two hundred fifty nine dollars. And then he said, well, you don't look like, you know, a lot about digital stuff. So you might need your son to help you hook it up. He actually said that it coming up in a few minutes. We get the calls from time to time here on the big show about. Yeah. Went to the home and garden show, and I saw the dragon box. Do you think? It's legit. Well, now, the FCC is clamping down till you more about that. And another reinforcement on why you should always listen to us here at the Kim commando show and the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty two. Fifty fours away to join us. And as always there's Andrew Benke in the Kim commando show, man cave, but Andrew this. First caller is a little bit different. Yes. This is Deanna. She is from Tampa, Florida. And she's got an amazing story. I actually read the story I read it. And because as you know, I have become a Big Apple watch fan. Can you thought how many how many days would I keep watch? No more than fourteen. Okay. Why do you say that? Because that's how new things in your life, usually come and go, they they they come in. And then the only thing is great. Remember, you're smart water bottle and love that smart water bottle. Where is it? Well after a couple of weeks, it just wasn't that smart. That's why maybe plus I did some research about this mart water bottle. And they did a lot of tracking. Oh, that's fine. Not a big deal. But so when I got the watch I really thought you and Mike we're probably right? It wasn't something that I'd really when you first got the watch the first apple watch you got rid of. And then you've got the next years, and that's the one you're actually sticking with. Yes. And I gave the first one to he was so excited a little boy was at our house friend of the family. And I said, you know, you needed apple watch. And he said, oh, yes. I do here's mine. It was like a handout, but he's still wears that. I saw last week. So but now the so the new apple watch does a lot of whizbang things. Right. You can take your own e c g and things like that. But the big thing is that it's wearable technology that can have a difference on our lives. And it's not just a difference on our lives. We're talking about difference between life and death. That is Deanna story and Deanna in Tampa, Florida. Hi, their DNA. Welcome. So as I understand you were sitting in church tell us what happened. Yes. I sitting in church and my apple watch. It alerted me that my heart rate was elevated and actually at one hundred ninety eight permanent. Okay. Wait, wait, one hundred ninety per permitted. Did you feel that? I mean, I felt a little weird. So that's what I went to my mom and have her check it 'cause it was like really high for note a watch to alert it. Yeah. I mean 'cause you don't just sitting down you're resting pulses. Probably like, you know between sixty and seventy seventy somewhere in there. And now your mom is a registered nurse. Yes. Okay. So tell us what happened. So I had her check it and the lots had said seek medical concerns. So I showed her the launch. And she checked it by you know, hand and her fingers on my wrists and just watching the clock and it match the watch get nuts thing. Now is that the locked? And so what what's interesting is though is that? It wasn't that you were having like heart issues per se. I mean, you were, but when she took you to the ER roam the apple watch actually identified another diagnosis, right? Yes. When I. Later found out that I was in can make out your. Wow, now, did you have any idea at all that anything was going on? None at all. I was actually rather -ly after and I was always doing. So it never really took a toll on the body because of how active I was and how strong my body was. Wow. And so did they give you like a percentage of of kidney failure that you weren't at that time? That twenty percent. Can you go your that is something? And so obviously, you know, then they start taking care of you. And but it was because of the apple watch that you were wearing and that that's sudden accelerated heart rate just sitting in church. I mean, and what's going on today? I finally got date from a kidney transplant which June. Twentieth. So we are I have a couple more dialysis treatment blasts in L beginning kidney. And who's the donor? Friends that we knew per wild that shifts Paolo Bama, she's donating to me, and she's twenty one while you know, what you are so blessed you're so lucky. I'm very blessed. You know, that's pretty amazing that you know, because of the watch now since then do you ever take the watch off? No. I got the new watch recently. And I have not taken it off yet. I weighed I. Sleep with it. Target at night. That's good. And plus, you know, sometimes, you know, you get a lot of those notifications to and I also understand that that Tim cook. From apple reached out. He did. And what happened? Reached out that mining story inspired apple company to keep improving on their apple watchers on their apple. Bones, and all that stuff. So now because of this cross between technology and medicine has an influence what you wanna do in the future. I always wanted to be a nurse but ever since like, I just want to keep on going medical field. So I wanna like see like with technology how they can like intertwine. And it certainly well, and it will certainly continue to intertwined. I mean, the medical profession and world technology is just growing like crazy. And as you get the transplant would you please keep in touch with us because I want to hear the rest of the story. And I want to know what you're going do. And if you ever get to Phoenix, you must deal, you must come over and say Hello to us at the show, you promise, I promise you got it. God bless you. And again, thank you so much for your call. You wanna stay right where you are? Because if you've ever said there, and you said, you know, I listen to the radio, and I.
"couple years" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"I don't know which particular project, it it was, You you know, know. it's been a couple years and. Shooting St. life. And then I was very reflective. Who was I grew up on the beach in France surfing. So St. life institute vermin was not really Vermont's. So I studied like exploring shoot and more and more things that was interesting to me. And so by that time, speak English. And so it was comfortable to just just ten grittily kind of with my like, improved English. You know, the one that the really piqued my interest was first one that I discovered of the the wrestlers in the fighters and Senegal those images are very very valuable beautiful, and you actually went to set a goal in order to create them. Those photographs was this year. Yeah. So tell me about how you discovered there's the story about them. And winning impressed you enough to purchase a plane ticket and fly to Senegal to make these sort of ad. I was as in Paris photo two years ago. So any made big image on war of this nyc very dark and Judy food like buddy that the light was glowing. What is it? So I keep I keep it book with ideas in it, and it down did some research, and from the district interesting and beautiful inside decided to go there and try to shoot this little story when the challenges about any sort of story is gaining access. And you didn't know anyone. Now that our is due like research like try to contact local actors of the community. I wanna I wanna photograph one priest early. What community I want to spend time with than photograph comes after it's more. Like you spend time with the people. You learn a little bit of bad damn bit about two then everybody's comfortable, then we'd take some pictures. So who who is the gatekeeper who's the person that opened the door for you to be able to photographic community. So Richard to journalists is name is Brian Ma and use the owner of website country TV, it's a big website about wrestling in synagogue. And so we tried to. And he connected me this guy. His name is big battle that sees like wrestling name is great guy from Dakar and. Is a policeman and also a cynical signals rooster and makes his two together lot. Meaning that uses the rustling as like a platform to promote the social initiatives that it does was the police, and then there's the same thing with the police like try to promote rustling within the police department because and synagogue as loan sports is very very important in the police department, for example debit football team soccer team, and it's one of the best in the nation..
"couple years" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"A couple years ago when I was in Tallahassee somebody stole my checkbook right out of my car. Don't ask me why it was in my car. But as soon as I was at SunTrust and as soon as SunTrust found out, it was theft the money went right back in my account. The police were called they file the proper reports. And that was the end of it. The thing that gets me if you recall back at the beginning of the story when I called her after the voicemail message, the first thing that she said to me. As my count has been compromised, and she said for sure this time as if it wasn't for sure last week when I was there, and they robbed me of the thirty five hundred dollars. And if we didn't put that stop payment through allied Bank. They would have gotten another ten thousand dollars out of my account. So there's ten thousand dollars missing. There's another ten thousand dollars that was a potential mess and the thirty five hundred dollars. So anyway, I ask how long is it going to be before? I get my money back in the account because at this point, that's all I care about. And she tells me at least ten business days because they have to investigate I mind, you this girl is very beautiful, which makes it more difficult for me to get angry. She's very nice to look at. But if I didn't know better, I would swear that she was a robot because I'm getting nowhere. And she keeps saying the same thing as if it's been rehearsed, and it's all scripted out. And she's just keep saying it over and over again. And here's another fun fact the old account that they have to keep open. So that then when they figure out I didn't do anything wrong. They could give me the money back. They have to put into that account. But that's a special account that requires a large balance. And now it has nothing. In it because they've opened a new account. So I'm probably going to be build a service charge. She tells me for that account. But if I do then I should just bring it into with the statement, and they should emphasize they should be able to take care of it depending on the outcome. They'd investigation. Am I dreaming here? I hope so because that's sounds horrible. It's bad enough when they put the stop payment on these two banks that they told me that there's going to be a thirty one dollars charge for each one. And I have to absorb these charges. And I said, well, why would I have to absorb charge? Your Bank is taking money from my possession and putting it out. Sure. It didn't make any sense to me as this doesn't make any sense to me if your fraud department now realizes that they try ten thousand dollars in one account, and they were successful with ten thousand dollars from another account. It's clear fraud shut down the account. So it can happen again. But I had to go in and take care of all this. Now, I have to meet with the FBI would scares the heck out of me, by the way. It's just the whole. I I watched too many law and order show. So that's why. And now it's gonna take another ten days which has nothing to do with the ten days, and I'm still waiting to go buy from the other account. Eight seven seven eight fifty five eighty five and in Hollywood what's going on? Just.
"couple years" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Ninety one comes down quite a bit ninety two more of the same. But ninety three it feels like, oh, no. Is that fair to say internally inside the office? I don't know that it was Ono. It was certainly oh, no. It's not lex. Because we ran a period of. Vince really trying to. Had that replacement for whole Cogan. He was he was looking for, you know, somebody years, and we did things. What would you do if it were hulk and lex Luger was the anointed one for especially during this time of data? He's the guy and he just wasn't living up to the potential. He wasn't drawing people they weren't clamoring to see more of lex Luger. They weren't cheering him and gold banana when he came out. So it was Vince wanted God, I'll show you and we kept pushing lacks in. This was about the time though. Where the doubt, you know, the doubt started to come in because we we did summer slam. And that was what it was. But Vince wasn't ready to put the championship on him. And. Now, we're we're sitting there going boy, he didn't didn't come out of that. Well, and I don't know if this is the guy. So there were doubts. Did you? I mean, obviously lane Tom's are ahead for the company. You know, when you first come on, you guys are selling out arenas. And you know, it almost feels like you could run stadiums at different times. And he certainly thought about it with wrestlemainia seven or couple years removed from that. You're not quite yet running high school gymnasiums, but that's not too far away. Did you start to get a little nervous? Or is this business as usual for you? Not for the company for Bruce pitcher. It was business as usual for me. Because I was in it. And I was I was deep in it. And also, I understood the limitations and the limitations were Vince did not want to bring on a lot of new talent because of the impending trial. Vince did not feel that it was fair talent to say going to bring you in. No what's going to happen. With the outcome of this United States federal government trial. So we were told here's the players. You have. Here's what you have make it work. And every once in a while we might be able to bring somebody in who who understood that was really ready to come in. But those were few and far between we didn't have the latitude just go out and hire people. If you hire someone new that was. Took a lot took a lot of time. And in costs money that would just didn't really have spend at the time. It was every dollar had to be accounted for. So Meltzer reported in the October eleventh observer the world wrestling federation survivor series and of ever twenty four th of the Boston Garden may leave the fastest major rain sell out in North American pro wrestling history tickets for the.
"couple years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Couple years and there are call that's awesome and now you obviously our full qb or in the hobby not how did you kind of get interested in the aquarium hobby after that first finish or kind of fed your passion as you're a starting to grow up all that well i don't hear when i with an oh my gosh and the second great mom started working and in the fish farm didn't swipe or a number of well behind marte a lot were name o'clock a new line of a win you know i'd always been around and and lived right next door to right so i was always in the day it's a like so what do it to do execute those this is well that you have did you have about that right yeah i kept i'm in and i school words and things like that that's great so you kind head you're a little the a little minasian you're very first job you mentioned was working that siegrist right so that's right it's also a little bit about that held where iant what do they have you doing here where i was fourteen years old i was during summer vacation i workout when our farm went down in allen pennant making boxes it was before the day we form star some so we line the boxes played five o'clock inflation keller that i mean room with nowhere conditioning making boxes all great lead kind of mature both you know they're like i'm much smaller company them people actually eight at the end like hot sweaty room to now so you're kenny britt north i get up and my neck up i would love that's true that's true minus a bargain last now i think we're talking all the back and forth you mentioned something about snakes to can you tell me about snakes sure i know they're being a tom boy i was always out no went when i wasn't collecting pitch i was collecting naked and telling him into the pat trade.