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Indiana's OT gamble pay off in upset over No. 8 Penn State
"It's a game Penn state should one instead Indiana pulls off a thirty six to thirty five upset with a one point lead in less than two minutes left the Nittany lions only needed to run out the clock instead Devin Ford ran for a touchdown in Penn state went up by eight the Hoosiers responded with a touchdown and two point conversion in overtime both teams scored touchdowns in Indiana successfully went for the win with the two point conversion by quarterback Michael Penix they play man know everybody got covered up so I had to scramble not making plays two point conversion so you got a score or lose the game and I can let the team down it was Indiana's first win against a top ten team since nineteen eighty seven I'm Tom McCabe
Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.
"State have found the first murder Hornet Nest in the United States, according to the State Department of Agriculture. Scientists were able to locate the nest after successfully tracking a captured In it back to a tree near Blaine, Washington. The Asian giant Hornet is an invasive species that has known to kill honeybees and deliver painful stings to human officials say that this is probably not the only murder hornet nest in the state. I'm brand Ford
Charlotte: COVID-19 cases tied to United House of Prayer
"Corona virus outbreak here in Charlotte connected to the United House of Prayer. So today, the counties asking people who attended an event there recently to get tested. It's believed to be the largest outbreak so far in Mecklenburg County, and officials like Deputy Mecklenburg Health director Dr Reynard Washington, say testing is a necessity not for those who attended that weeklong convocation event that ended October 11th. The Health Department have been in contact with several local health department. About the state of North Carolina and South Carolina and Georgia, as well as in New York City to inform them of the potential outbreak of events as well as I asked them to monitor for potential cases that may be connected to a drive through testing event will be held today and Friday from 9 A.m. to 5 P.m., a 28 45 Babies Ford Road near of the church, which refused to conduct testing on site, according to county
Ford unveils new self-driving test vehicle for 2022 launch
"Ford is planning on a 2022 launch of self driving vehicles. The automaker says the self driving vehicles based on the Ford Escape hybrid crossover will begin testing this month alongside its current fleet of about 100 test vehicles model after the fusion hybrid sedan that's no longer being produced. These latest self driving vehicles will be made in partnership with Pittsburgh based Argo. Ay, ay,
Bills release former starting G Spain
"Quentin, Spain no longer on this bill's roster, and I know there's a lot of bills fans probably scratching their heads saying, What the heck's going on here? Just sign this guy in the offseason, re signed him to a three year $15 million deal and he very quickly after a about a game and a half. Lost his starting spot at left guard. They brought Brian Winters in it right guard flipped Cody Ford over the left guard, and they've been going that way ever since, until least Cody Ford got hurt. And now with Cody Ford injured and weak, too weak. I think a lot of people were thinking. Okay, Well, this is the time for Quentin, Spain to step back into the starting lineup. Since that was a position, he man. For all 16 games last season. It went the complete opposite direction. He was outright released. Now. He did miss the last two games with what was described as foot soreness. He was a late scratch before the Titans game, and then he was inactive for this past week's game and was listed as questionable on the injury report. This is also a $4.5 million cap. It Which isn't gigantic, but the guys in the first year of a three year deal, um I think we have to wonder. This is probably twofold. Steve, number one. I don't think the bills at the beginning of the season thought they could acquire regard the caliber of Brian Winters who I, who they clearly believe is an upgrade because he moved into the starting lineup rather quickly after signing After camp had already started late. Yeah, and then on top of that, The timetable for John Feliciano's return seems to be imminent because the way it works is when you go on I r. Once you start practicing it kicks in a 21 day window. In which to practice to get back up to speed. And in that 21 day window. The team has to make a decision as to whether to active put put you on the active roster or leave you on injured reserve.
Should I Use My Employer's Car Lease Benefit?
"Ethan is in Detroit High Ethan. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Doing great man how can we help? I word for an automotive maker manufacturer and engineer there. Can One of the company perks or benefits I guess. That they offer is a employee leaf option, right? So I I can get a vehicle. It's a one year lease. Yep a London Mile with insurance included YEP and repairs. Repairs Maintenance wrinkly Irish included everything's included. Yep and prior to. Working there I was paying around two hundred insurance. Idea of And I'm debating. So my current payment is around five fifty and actually brought my wife's and on the program recently. I'm debating even worth it to carry that. The Fowler. The lease on your employment on your employees deal. Yeah Okay. You're on and you're driving a nice car. Yeah it is. It's a truck. You you didn't take. You didn't take the cheaper chicken you got the big dog. Well Who is Ford. Our Jeanne outs. I. Chrysler Oh. Okay. All right. Well, I've looked at several of these Nissan is here in our neighborhood I've looked at the Ford one. I've looked at the GM. Went off the top of my head but most of these have nothing to do with a traditional card lease. It's an employee benefit program. You're basically got a car completely furnished miles everything insurance everything's built in at five fifty. You can't touch that truck for that. Truck goes down five, hundred, fifty dollars a month in value if you own it. And you got insurance and maintenance and gas and everything they include gas don't they some of them Goodson doesn't okay but it's got everything is maintenance included. All maintenance. So car breaks, you just take it in. Yeah. So this is not a this is an employee benefit. This not lie to Lee. Not, Your Evil Carly's program right that the other side of your company sales. But this is a great deal for you Ethan driving around. Yeah. It's a round. where? I, thought you were thought. Dadgum usually, it's not five fifty. It's usually like three hundred when I'm running into these things but you got your driving seventy thousand dollars truck. That's the thing. So good for you. You cannot touch that truck for that kind of money it's six grand a year and everything's G. if I worked there I would do that deal. This is not a finance plan. This is not a lease. This is a simple employee benefit and it is a killer employee benefit do it I guess we're kind of debating knows. So my wife is on it too. She has a wrangler. Yeah, and I'm wondering if it's worth to have two vehicles on that, we're trying to get something cheaper off. Let me try this again, you cannot operate a vehicle for three times what you're paying. Car Think. About. It add insurance. Maintenance depreciation. In value right now, put those three numbers in the calculator. Do the truck you're driving it takes fifteen, hundred, fourteen, hundred dollars a month to replace it. Okay because a stupid things going down in value more than you're paying a month, not counting the maintenance in the insurance. And the same for her now. The question is. Can you afford? Are you? Are you biting off too big a bite of the apple here is your household income, support these payments but the bottom line is if you if they support these payments and you were to buy this vehicle, you're going to have three ex in the vehicle what you're paying. Okay so it's a great deal. Do as many as you need to do as long as you can handle the cash flow out of their income, which is unbelievable. So would a situation like this? Dave, if you were to leave the company, you're just turning in the vehicle. Yeah you lost it. You lost your employee benefits. You lost it. Okay. And you and you do need to flip it every year because they're they're flipping these things out that you know it's a small percentage of their total production under the employees right but the Nissan plan is very similar. Right down here, the road from us the the Ford is very similar. I've seen those and BMW's and other one's got. They've got one that's pretty similar to the guys over in south, Carolina that listen to us over there at the beamer plant It's got the same option and driving a stink in beamer for a third a fourth of what it would cost you. Anyone else. To buy it outside of that employees listen everybody out there that's listening real quick. We're talking about an employee benefit program not nataly idolise yeah, I. Don't don't don't blow up men box with this It's an employee benefit plan, which is why people were able to do that. So it's part of their recruiting. It's part of the benefits that they're given to their team members. So just wanted to clarify that. Yeah. In his case on that layer worth hit the employee benefit. The value to him is around a thousand dollars a month because it'd be fifteen hundred to replace what he's doing for five hundred. Oh. Yeah. His truck payment. Yeah Without A. That's another twelve thousand dollars a year in income are effectively his benny package is adding. Another two thousand dollars a year to his value again, assuming you can support that level of truck with your income. We not ask Denka I got sidetracked on that. But as Chris said, it's very, very, very smart to say. out loud. We are not saying it's okay at least a car this is not leasing a carton. This renting from your employee employer has a benefit that's all as they call it a one year lease, but you can turn it anytime. You want I don't even hold you to that on this. Very, very good.
Small plane crashes along route 394 in southern suburb of Chicago
"Com. Some breaking news tonight from the south suburbs in Ford Heights. A small plane has crashed on throughout 3 90 for the road is shut down in both directions from us 30. To Glenwood Dire rode a rescue and recovery operation underway again. That is, ah small plane that has gone down on route 3 94. Near US 30. The road is shut down between us 30 and Glenwood Dire road in South suburban Ford
How to Write Perfect Cold Emails That Dont Get Ignored
"Do is increase your low time. This is really important especially, because Google has mobile I indexing go google dream hosts. You can check out their site they not only a really super affordable reliable but they're hosting improves your low time converted most hosts out there which increases your seo ranking. So check them out. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to be talking about how to write perfect cold emails that don't get ignored it. You just get cold email earlier neil I did someone was trying to tell me how it was something about helping the United States you know I live in the United States for anyone listening. Okay let me open it up and the guys like guy. I'm Dan you know I live in the united. States we need your help and pretty much long story short he tried to get me to link to one of his websites. I didn't respond to Dan. I was like this isn't really hoping the United States. This is more so helping you but I did up because it was just so creative. The other thing that I've found with creative subject lines is I short to the point does well, like sometimes Brian Deane will send emails would just. Be Site audit or Seo template or something like that. Those do well anything that's casual lower case like your friends would send you do well putting people's name in the subject line does well to what have you tested Yeah you. Looking at this email from Nathan Lot guy, he sends me this email and it says five hundred K. Twenty Twenty ytd. So that basically I'm like, okay he's probably talking about a business that maybe things I'm interested in. Right. So I'm like, okay I'm going to click on it. So to your point short sometimes it might be like we've talked about just putting the person's first name with a question mark that's been used quite a bit now. So a lot of things we. Talked about on this podcast will tend to get over US really quickly and you have to move onto the next thing. Let's see I'm doing a cold email and I'm trying to get a client. I might say three issues with your website, right? It's it's short. It's to the point and it's something that you know that they care about. So if I'm the CEO of the company reach out to me, you tell me there's problem with my website on my own God. I'm. GonNa. Do I'm at the very least I'm probably if I'm responsible CEO, I'm GonNa Ford that to whoever's responsible on the team, and that's actually longtime ago. Here's a better example Neil and I hit a Zingo when they're are thinking about getting into poker and we just think the email is that was we've grown a poker websites before and then we getting a call with on a call with like four or five of their executives unfortunately day ended up scrapping the program but. It just shows and this is at the time Neil and I were I think it was twenty, six, twenty seven still sitting out the cold email you gotta think about what people care about and go from there. Neil. You even talk about the cold email that you sent to someone that kind of got into like a issue, which is call it that way. Yes. So there was a billionaire who got into a issue bad press I literally send a cold email on like. You're. GonNa run into more trouble unless you do this like something generic like that in decline and then I broke down. How my company can help them with PR you end up hiring me but I got him to respond to the email and he's prying but I quickly got from it that he didn't WanNA spend any money. So I kinda stopped messaging him back. But in general short catchy subject lines do well and anything that is very relevant to the time or something that they're facing problems that they're having do extremely well, and you don't need to know the person like if I'm sending you a cold email to fifty one hundred people in a space and I know I'm an SEO and I'm trying to get him for s you're related stop. I know people always want more traffic like I m saying like, try this hack. Your traffic will just go through the roof. And just like something that simple and a lot of people end up opening it, and then you can have a conversation and get responses. The final thing I'll add from my side is that the body of your email just you only need a personalized ten to twenty percent of it, and then it's personalized. So you don't need to go that far but the personalization goes a long way 'cause anybody and I promise you anybody that has a decent brain will know but it's just a template, and so you got to figure out how you can make it look legit and by the way you WanNa make. Sure your
U.S. charges Russian military hackers
"A story for you. May Two thousand seventeen voters in France went to the polls to elect a new French president just like in our election the before then Russian intelligence agencies in the Russian government played hard in the French election that year russian-owned websites pushing outlandish rumours about the centrist candidate Emmanuel macron. Those rumors were then processed into pieces Russian state media outlets. macron's rival was a far right candidate named Marine Le Pen she had inherited from her Holocaust denying Father Control of Francis Post. World War Two Fascist Party. So it was the neo-fascist party running against macron. Lapenne far-right neo-fascist campaign was explicitly bankrolled by a Russian state controlled bank. Marine Le Pen went to Moscow and met with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin during the campaign. This was not subtle. But it was. Too much for Russia to pass up a divisive racist far right fascist candidate injecting chaos into the elections in a major. European. Democracy in twenty seventeen that's like catnip to Russia. Right? They want to undermine democracy everywhere. They will undermine Western countries in general however they can. But Russia's saved its boldest move for the eve of that French. Just two days before the vote. Russian. Hackers part of the same Russian military unit that had disseminated hacked democratic emails during the twenty, sixteen American election the before. They dumped tens of thousands of files, online, nine gigabytes of stolen emails and other information all hacked from Emmanuel Macron's campaign, and that might have become the dominant news story of the final weekend of that campaign. Before French voters went to the polls. It might have actually ended up upending that election if it were not for a quirk of French law, which imposes a media blackout on anything relating to the campaign for full day before voting starts all the way through until polls close on election day. That blackout period in French law precedes this whole scandal with Russia messing with the French election. But it ended up saving the day. The material that was hacked by Russian intelligence got posted online and France just hours before media blackout period began just minutes before the blackout began at midnight that night the macron campaign issued a statement warning that the hackers had inserted forged fake documents into the hack stolen material they pleaded with the media to not report on that junk. And the media didn't. They stuck to the rules. And in the end, Emmanuel macron beat the far-right neo-fascist Marine Le Pen by more than thirty points. And there's a couple of reasons for us be thinking about sort of relearning the story of that. Two thousand seventeen French election right now one is that the intelligence community is raising the alarm that Russian intelligence is executing an operation just like the one they did in France on us right now the supposedly Biden scandal that Rudy Giuliani has been shopping the scandal he. Managed to get printed in the New York Post which president trump has been gleefully promoting ever since including posing with a copy of that paper in the Oval Office that junk that Giuliani has been promoting is being actively investigated by federal investigators as potentially part of a hostile foreign influence operation illegally targeting our election and the intelligence community is investigating this Johnny on the spot. In part because they saw this coming in advance, this is in the New York Times last week quote, The Times reported last January the Ukrainian company were Hunter Biden was once on the Board respond had been hacked by the same Russian Intelligence Unit that hacked the Democratic National Committee in two thousand, sixteen last month US intelligence analysts contracted several people with knowledge of that hack. Asking them for further information because they picked up chatter that stolen burris, my emails would be leaked in the form of an October surprise among their chief concerns was that the burris material would be leaked alongside forged materials and it it's to hurt Biden's candidacy as Russian. Hackers did when they dumped real e mails alongside forgeries ahead of the French elections in two thousand seventeen. So that's what they did to Macron in two, thousand, seventeen they hacked all install all of this stuff from his campaign than they mixed it up with Ford stuffing dumped it right before the election. That's what the US intelligence community said. They believed was going to happen with Barista and sort of October surprise firm Rudy Giuliani. Thank right on time Rudy Giuliani shows up some emails from a mysterious source that are totally unverified and unverified able and only one Rupert Murdoch owned right wing tabloid will air that junk. Put it in their paper. So. That's one reason. The Russian operation in the two thousand, seventeen French election newly relevant to our lives right now, the Russians may be trying that exact same trick all over again except we don't have media blackout rules. The other reason that that two thousand seventeen Russian operation in France is newly relevant. Is that the guys who did it just got indicted by the US Justice Department today? Here they are the Russian military intelligence hackers who carried out that operation to interfere in the French election in two thousand seventeen the Justice Department says in the indictment today that these guys also launched major malware and hacking operations that shut down the power grid in Ukraine that hit the parliament in the nation of Georgia that chemical weapons investigators in the UK and Europe who were looking into the Russian poisoning of former Russian spy, Sergei scruple who was poisoned with a Russian nerve agent on British territory they say, they also orchestrated hacks that hit hospitals in companies. In the United States. They also organize tax that hit the two thousand eighteen winter Olympics quite a list. And? Although. One of the Russian hacker that was indicted today was previously indicted by Robert Muller in two thousand eighteen for his role in the hacking operation against the twenty sixteen election here in the US, today's indictment of these Russian hackers doesn't include any charges related to American election interference this year. That said the election. The American election is two weeks from tomorrow. It's hard to look today's indictment without trying to understand how it relates to our own election and what the Justice Department is trying to signal here. Is that the right way to look at this. Joining us now is Jeremy Bash. He served as chief of staff at the CIA and at the Defense Department under President Obama Jeremy Nice to see. Thanks for making time. It, Rachel. So, this is a lot. Going on the surprise announcement today from the Justice Department about the indictment of these Russian hackers when you look at this with your background in intelligence and your understanding of what Russia has done to target our democracy and others. What do you think is most important here for people to understand. Well I think was most important is that the GRU this Russian military organization that was responsible for the two thousand Sixteen Hacking Dump Operation Against the Democrats that was responsible for the two thousand seventeen election appearance in France as you noted, and is responsible for these militias cyber attacks globally including, against us, hospitals and. They are very active. They're very capable and they are in fact probably behind this this Russian. Intelligence operation at least a looks and appears to be Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign. Last. Week Andrew Weisman, who is part of the Miller investigation wrote in Law Fair about the decision that was made by bill bar earlier this year this spring to drop criminal charges against Russian companies that had participated in the attack on our election in two thousand sixteen and that didn't actually get a lot of attention when it happened in March I think in part because the country was overwhelmed by what was starting to happen to us in terms of covid why spent makes the case that before may have acted essentially improperly in dismissing those charges essentially signaling to Russia that the. US Criminal Law wouldn't be used against them as a tool if they wanted to interfere in the election this year I'm wondering if this might be a signal in the other direction, if this might be some sort of signal to brushback rush intelligence ahead of what appears to be their ongoing efforts to boost trump in his reelection effort. Hartono, racial. But what we do know is that there are mixed signals being sent by the US government here. Today we have the Justice Department indicting Russian hackers, but you've got the president of the United States welcoming condoning what looks apparently like a Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign remember Rachel that Rudy Giuliani. In Kiev, with Andrei Dirk Catch Ukrainian lawmaker who has been assessed by US intelligence and announced by our Treasury Department to be a Russian asset for the last decade. Giuliani goes to Kiev meets with Dir cash and he comes back and low these many months later, Giuliani surfaces up with these a very mysterious emails. So every Intelligence Professional Rachel that I've talked to the last twenty four hours says that this walks like a Russian intelligence disinformation campaign this talks like a Russian intelligence to information campaign. This is most likely Russian intelligence is permission campaign against the Biden team.
How To Support Your Child With Autism
"Joanne. I thank you so much for joining you today. I'm eating for kids podcast. Thank you. Thank you for inviting me. My pleasure. Tell me more about your work. It sounds really interesting and we've been chatting a little bit this morning, but tell me a joke. Yeah, so I've been working for two with children now for about twenty years and I specialized in supporting children with additional needs and special needs. So these are children who have autism like you already HD sensory processing disorder any variety of needs including communication difficulties and behavioral difficulties. Wow. And do you ever come across children who are very picky eaters? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. Yeah, absolutely. And that's one of the things that we do support at home as well. And it's supporting the parents of the obviously to put a plan in place for their child. Okay. So tell me a little bit more about your services. So for example, if a family listen to the podcast today and thought wow, they really loved the sound of Joanna. How exactly do you support your families. So the we have a number of Specialists and these are dead. Sleep specialist tutors. So we do have an academic approach but these because we're so specials. We're also able to support children in their communication and in their behavior, so when it comes down to communication that links directly with eating and nutrition as well because nutrition is about how a child can communicate their wants and needs which is of course includes the hunger and their thirst as well. So cheesy will come in place and talk about any variety of need that their child is experiencing so it could even be fine motor and gross motor skills that you're that HR need to develop and so the tutor will come and provide in a sense three support communication School support nutrition support behaviors off anything that that term is and it's all completely TaylorMade. Wow, it's nicely. You've got quite a big team of Staff working with you. Yeah. So searching my rolling is dead. 2:00 is when a client or new parents phones me. I have a really in-depth discussion with the parents as to what they're looking for in a specialist or a specialist user and then took my role is to match that client or that that students with that child with the specialist immediately making sure that that matches absolutely perfect with regards to the skills and experience of the Specialists. Okay. Perfect Well, I obviously do work with families with children from the autistic spectrum and I generally help them with regards to either very long selective eating. So not yet a Ford Explorer as I like to call them. But also they may ask me about some of the special diets out there and we might explore the evidence around them to see if they were wanted to try an Elimination Diet. They me then we might go down that path. But obviously it's really difficult if your child only eat a really small dog. Except sometimes children who come to see me are eating less than 10 foods or less than 20 foods and I discussed strategies to help them expand that page list of foods that list of safe foods really and it sounds like you do a little bit of work around it as well genetics time on that. Yes. So what we really do is discover the sensor needs of the child with the environment. So there's some things that parents aren't really recognizing it could even be found for example, so what sound is going on in that child's environment is and is that having an impact in a diet e and therefore in that willingness or unwillingness to taste new foods and and to explore and obviously taste but even light and the feel obviously the feel of them food in the mouth and the look of the food so I'm will talk heavenly father about obsessions and colors of food and and ideas around that but its rebirth Thinking about that texture in the child's mouth and some children really like no strong textures some children like quantity text textures and it's how to age gradually introduced different textures into the child diet. Let alone, you know, different nutritional values in the foods as well to being really really aware of that sense of yeah, that sensory needs that that the child is exposed to as well
Kansas Speedway Starting Lineup: October 2020 (NASCAR Cup Series)
"Series rat of eight kicks off this weekend at Kansas despite other media members thinking it's more and other weird stuff. These are the drivers that are going to battle it out for four spots over the next three races Kurt Busch Alex, Bowman Martin tricks junior joey logano chase Elliott Brad Keselowski Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick bloom that is a star studded pack of drivers there for sure. So eight races will be pared down to four for Phoenix. which is going to be the round of four, which is only one race I guess but I mean look at look at that lineup, you've got one, two, three, four, five champions. You've got the guy who's the perennial second place Cinderella story that never gets it done at any Hamlin the most popular driver and Chase Elliott, and then Alex Bowman as well. The future forty-eight drivers. That's pretty cool and we've got a great mix of manufacturers. Yeah. Yeah. No joke I mean we've got a pretty good representation of everything here. We got to Chevy's two toyotas. Fords right that were at. I see in three three chevys. Sorry. Three Chevy Chevy three forwards and two Toyotas. That's pretty good. especially when you consider how few Toyotas are in the field. That's that's par for the course you're only gonNA get two of them in there but that's that's a pretty impressive field of drivers for this. Finally, all right Kansas speedway opened in two thousand and one it's bad fast on the list of top ten fastest tracks, which is a weird list. Drivers, of course, have to dodge rows and rows of corn and wheat growing right there on the racetrack in between the workers and the cracks. would. That might not be true.
Interview with Chris Ford
"Welcome to hallway Jets. I'm Liam Dempsey. I'm Cara Clay's today. We're joined by Chris Ford Chris spent the first twenty years of her career working as an agency and freelance designer five years ago. She took a hard left and to project management team is a hybrid project manager and designer at reactive a WordPress VIP partner. Hi Chris. I'm so glad to hear welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm really glad to be here. Mm. I have missed interactions with the WordPress Community. I think tank fair to say that we all have Chris Chris. What a pleasure to meet you. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself off? My name's Chris Borg. I started working on the web in Nineteen Ninety Six when I graduated from design school. I was supposed to be a T-shirt designer at a skateboard company and then their web guy quit and suddenly I was the new one person on staff fortunately. There were like five tags so there wasn't a whole lot to learn at the moment. We were very excited when animated gifs and background images came out for a little bit of context. I did that with the agencies in every industry from like skateboarding described booking at agencies and as a freelance writer and then five years ago, like I said, I took a really hard left into project management because I was interested in more kind of the business end of things. Like, how do you run a profitable project? How he managed timelines, how do you manage budgets which is something I always struggled with as a freelancer. And now I have just recently within the last couple of months started dipping my toe back into the design Pond relearning everything because it's been five years, which means nothing is the same Everything Has Changed. I started in WordPress. I don't even know how long it go but it was before Studio press was Studio project. I had been working as a professional scrapbooker which he says an actual job and the industry. It's the craft industry is like the tech industry. There are bubbles in different crafts and then those bubbles burst. And so when the scrapbooking Bubble Burst, I knew a bunch of people with photography. Skills he needed websites. So I got me a copy of the Kubrick theme and added flash headers with navigation to him and stole my WordPress Journey. Wow. I am so many things I want to ask you about I do too. I totally do. Can we start on scrapbooking, please, please please. Yes, I did a little scrap booking not professionally and now, you know with digital photos, whoever I mean what may have do people still do it? I mean I assume people still do but it seems like a a something that Is not a thing anymore because nobody prints out there photos. I actually I got into it because I started as a print designer and I'd love to paper and I am working it is miserable job where every day I wouldn't go in and recreate Rain Bird sprinkler timers and Flash like my whole job was to show you how like the dial spins phone numbers flashed and then you push this button and it was miserable and horrible and there was a scrap booking store down the street. So I would go and buy papers and things change and usually I just hoard crafting supplies cuz they're pretty but I actually used fees and digital scrapbooking was just taking off and that's kind of how I got notified because I do a lot of like retouching and like Photoshop was my thing. And so I got to know enough people who knew that about me that Wednesday, Digital scrapbooking started getting more popular. I got more people calling me saying hey leading someone to write an article. I was the art director for digital scrapbooking magazine and wait a second cuz I think scrapbooking and I think paper. So what is digital scrapbooking? It was basically you would go in and it off when skeuomorphic design was really big so I could like make things look realistic. So you would go in and you know make something that looked like a rib shack and put it on a page or design your own pattern backgrounds that look like paper I would do a lot where I would design my own stuff and then print it out on a printer and make kind of hybrid page. Just whip it so the Andrews to still pay and yeah. Oh, that's a really yeah. Well, no wonder you did it professionally that sounds amazing for a print em out and log. Yeah, it was super fun. Like I had a Michaels in my closet people would just send me stuff because you would get published in magazines. Like it was a really really good fun mystery years until the money ran out where I basically just kind of got paid to paint things and I don't know if anyone knows who clotting home but she's this really amazing collage artist who does like acrylic image transfers and packing tape transfers and it was you basically got page to make crafts which was kind of the coolest thing in the world, but I had a you know, I had bills to pay so I couldn't like walk it was a really competitive thing. Right and a lot of the people who were involved in it. It was their second job their husband was working. They weren't really in it for the money and I'm like dude. This is my full-time job. Like I need to get paid and I need to get paid on
July is the new January: More companies delay a return to the office.
"To be back in their offices by January. But July seems to be the new target month with many companies from Ford to Microsoft extending their work from home effort. Some tech companies like slack are now working on permanent work from home policies. Many employees have mixed feelings about returning to the office. Some say working from home is a blessing. Others say they missed their coworkers and welcome the change of scenery. Maria Garcia
Supreme Court allows census count to end October 31
"Administration is Ford is battle against extending the census count. And today it was handed a major victory and back staff has global news and, Yeah ha zah zah Court reversal U. S Supreme Court has left the Trump Administration and the census count two weeks short of a federal court. Which had extended it through the end of the month.
Trump's Treatments & Nobel Prizes
"With me this week are one of the world's leading Patio Anthropologists. He's at the University of voters rand in South Africa, and that's Lee Burger. We'll have the British medical, Journal excecutive editor, Theo blooms. Hello to both of you great to have you with us. Hi Chris in between us we'll be talking to a range of guests who are going to be joining us over the next hour. LE- I think. It's actually this year thirteen years almost to the day since we first met in Johannesburg thirteen unlucky for some. But definitely, not for you I gather that you've discovered not one not two not three but now four new species of ancient human ancestor. It's only three new species. So we'll work on that though with these new discoveries I'm. In the middle of discovery right now and Cova kind of pushed us into a strange space and figure out something to do when we get back once lockdown levels and covid actually lowered here in South Africa and I'd already dispersed my my laboratories in there was site that we had discovered early on in the exploration activities back in two, thousand, thirteen and It was a difficult site. It was going to be a site that was hard to work. It was going to be a site that had every reason it was dangerous that I didn't do it and. I decided to take a chance on day one we hit an extraordinary discovery that that we're in the middle of right now, and so this is really the third big discovery that we've had. It's full of hominids and we're very fortunate to be able to work under these conditions. So this is a cave signed is this where Homo Naledi the smaller ancestors were burying their dead. Inside this I two hundred meters away from where we discovered Homo Naledi. It's different cage system. It was right in front of us. It's an entirely different kind of creature from Homo, Naledi. It's big tooth and it's extraordinary and how old is this? I have no idea this this whole discoveries three and a half weeks old when he heard about it here on the naked scientists first theo over to you for second what does it been like running a Medical Journal juryman covert? We've heard from what it's like trying to fill work as you make extraordinary discover new Ford what's it been like at the J.? Busy is is the one word that comes to mind I mean we. Probably most medical journals have seen attend to one hundred fold increase in submissions of papers with people very anxious to get out the latest findings about covert and we've had to sort of scale up to handle those, and of course, we've been trying to get results out very quickly if they're important the public needs to know as soon as possible. So we we're working round the clock and a lot of my colleagues working. At home with small children and nevertheless trying to do more than they ever did before. Too busy time. Is a mixed bag in terms of the quality of what you've received received some stuff that you think my goodness. That's amazing and if you also receive some stuff that makes you my goodness, I can't believe someone actually sent that to journal did their toddler ride this Yes we we we pretty much always get a range of quality I think what's happening now though is that Everyone thinks every single funding about covert is really really important and they want to get it out as fast as possible maybe when it's not quite ready. Of course, the the most recent high profile person who has succumbed to the new current Avars is Donald Trump and his doctors interesting. They've put him on a whole raft of different treatments including an antibody therapy might by the American company general also a number of other drugs and supplements. It has been unclear though how ill he actually has been summer saying he's actually been downplaying his symptoms. It's been a very interesting journey. I learned a lot about cove. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't the let's read the book school and I, get it and I understand it and it's A very interesting thing going to be letting US know about it. Charlotte some as intensive care consultant, she's at Adam Rex Hospital in Cambridge. She also advises the UK governmental managing the condition. CHARLOTTE, what what was your reaction to the cocktail of treatments that the president of the United States was or appears to have been given? After that it was quite surprised. They pass when the best dogs verity that I would have weeks four had I been? Lacking off the him I think most. Is probably the gentleman therapy, but he had ten of two antibodies. I'm the ADS to neutralize the virus I'm actually the company that makes these had any the I h of miss a few days before they were given the president and it was any based on two hundred and seventy five patients on trials ongoing. So we actually know whether this therapy what's not so I was slightly surprised that a very experimental therapy. Promising is greed given to the president of the United
Tools To Help With Instagram Growth
"Welcome to another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil. Patel and today we're GONNA talk about a couple of tools to help with instagram growth. So I will start with number one and this is what I've mentioned. Once already tensor social and there's a lot of other influence or tools but tensor social is it's cool because let's say I, want to find people that are it allows me to filter and. Search. For people that I think are most relevant to me. So let's say I wanNA find only verified accounts that have contact information that are in the marketing nation. I can actually do that or I can do a profile on Neil's account of Neil. Neil has a lot of marketers following I can see which influential people are following him, and maybe I can reach out to those people right. So the whole idea here is We often talk about finding email addresses, finding contact information to reach out to people to get things done. A lot of people are hanging out on instagram. So this is just another way to push your your initiatives. Ford. If you're people are actually hanging out on. INSTAGRAM Another thing that I like doing is I use Canada because one way I've found to grow your in grandfathering extinct carousels you to see him on Eric Nice proposal. They can keep clicking next next next next next, and it creates a ton engagement and I bet you they're tracking how many people are swiping which them to show your content increase the reach way more. So but you can use cabinet do for you don't have to pay designer then. I like using in grammar that's I N. G. R. A. M. E. R. I think felt right Tad's matter when you're posting on instagram. So what happens is they'll show, let's say I want to write something on. My continents about marketing while it's GonNa show me the most popular tags is going to show me rare tags and also think there's a medium level two and then you can sort out the majority of them. Are you wanna find are the rare tags and the medium? Tanzania put some popular ones in there and that's the idea and sometimes when we've used in the past, we have had over sixty to seventy percent of people discover. A piece of content and that's a lot and so tabs work and go ahead and use of the White House. Grammar. Another team that you can doing is using social blade I use social blade to spy on my competition look at growth not tell you how many followers are getting and how many how often they're posting content and you can start looking for correlations of me like Oh, they posted this content this day and their follow count jump through the roof. So you can start looking at what was the context that they're posting that's getting into the most followers in will give you ideas of the type of content you should be posting on your profile to get more followers more reach. Yup So one free toy you can use facebook creator studio. What's great about it is you can schedule I g TV posts an instagram posts ahead of time, and that's they'll show you analytics as well. It just really convenient us sure there's other tools out there like sprout social send a ball. There's a lot of these other social tools but facebook creator studio does make things pretty easy and It also allows you to post to facebook and also believe allows you to boost those posts as well. Another thing that you WANNA do out facebook's Ad Library because if you're trying to run ads on Instagram, it can give you some inspiration and that's very important because some of the best ways to grow your profile is to advertising whether we like it or not, but check out as well.
Interview with Adam Lowry and Eric Ryan
"If, you're looking to start a business in the late nineteen nineties. You probably didn't have to spend a Lotta time convincing friends and family that it was a good time to go into tech. This was the height of the DOT com bubble and it seemed like the future was literally being written by companies like, Google and Yahoo Ebay and Amazon. So it can be kind of hard to imagine why to twentysomethings who lived in San Francisco in the nineteen nineties would survey this promising landscape and say. You know what the world really needs right now. Soap. So that will do a good job cleaning your kitchen counter or your toilet, but that won't destroy the planet in the process. And that is exactly what Adam lowry and Eric Ryan set out to sell in two thousand the very year that dot com bubble burst. And the company they founded method with its sleek bottles and products smelling like cucumber or bamboo it actually went on to compete with some of the big is soap companies in the world but before they went into business together, Ataman Eric were actually childhood friends. They met when they were kids maybe twelve or thirteen years old because they were both super into sailing and both of their families worked in the auto industry which Adam says was pretty much what everyone did where they grew up in Grosse Pointe Michigan. Almost everyone that I can remember with their families were involved in I. Think Eric Your family. Yes. My great-grandfather dropped out of pharmacy school and moved to Detroit to work for Henry for five dollars a day and ultimately Henry Ford. I've I've has some Ford stock that was when Henry was still running the company by my grandfather. My grandfather and grandfather together started a machine and stamping. If you ever see like this giant presses that come down, so they would make a lot of the parts that went on the automobiles. In so I kind of grew up in the shadows of my great grandfather and grandfather being these entrepreneurs who created something from nothing. At Eric both went off to college was in the early nineties. Adam went to the west coast. He studied chemical engineering at Stanford and Eric went to the East Coast and studied business at the University of Rhode Island. Both of them were actually recruited by the university's sailing teams. They were serious sailors and to be clear in college. Adam and Eric, didn't really keep in touch. They were the kind of. Friends who were happy to hang out and catch up just whenever they were back in Michigan. So after graduating atom stayed in the bay area to work for the. Carnegie. Institute of Science was doing research on climate change and Eric got a job in advertising and eventually he made his way out to San Francisco as well and shortly after that they both just happened to run into each other on a flight. I, think it was Thanksgiving if I'm not mistaken one year, maybe ninety, seven, ninety, eight, I walk on a plane I see Eric and I didn't know that he was living in San Francisco. You only move there the couple of weeks a couple of weeks earleir right and so there was an open seat I ended up sitting next to him on the plane. We for five hours got all caught up. It turned out we were living on the exact same block just out of. Pure coincidence and I was living in a flat with four other guys from Stanford and Eric was living by himself in a one bedroom and so when one of those guys rotated out, we invited Eric to move into the apartment and then we re just one you could actually live in San. Francisco for a reasonably low amount of rent I paid six hundred dollars a month in rent. Oh my God this is nineteen, Ninety, seven, Ninety, eight. Amazing. So you move into this group house. Doing doing your early twenties or whatever, and the house was just like a six guys in a presumably not super clean. It was exactly as clean as you would expect it to be got it. All right and I mean, did either of you at that time in your minds were either of thinking. Business or you just kind of grinding away doing your day to day jobs. For me personally I I, knew since the third grade I wanted to be an entrepreneur obviously annoying neighborhood kid who's constantly selling buttons or anything else I could. So I just I always knew I wanted to start a company and I loved I fell in love with advertising and branding but I knew it's pretty uncommon as an entrepreneur you're first company will be successful. So I kind of wanted to build a little bit of a safety net of a career, but I was constantly noodling on ideas for me personally just coming up with the right one that would eventually take
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
"d ford" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
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"d ford" Discussed on Going Through It
"This is going through a show about women who found themselves in situations where they said, give the behind me Satan and they made a decision to make a change in turn something around I'm your host Tracy Clayton. I was working two jobs and I was stressed out about money and you know just a million in five things going on. This actually Ford, she's literally jack-of-all-trades. Jill of all trades, a black person of all trace she. A humorist and she's a host. But around a decade ago before she was writing about folks like Violet Davis, billy porter missy Elliott Serena Williams, she was living in a basement apartment. At least she thinks it was an apartment. I was living with a family who had essentially taken me in so that I didn't have to live in squalor nothing but a really low fiber carpet that was still damp in places, and then there was the grey concrete it was dark it was musty it felt like walking into your own depression. Actually was baroque she was a college student and not to mention she was in a relationship that was really starting to give her path. I always felt like my ex had a lot of darkness in him and what he was attracted to was my light and that was how we balance each other out. I didn't think that he would hate my life because he couldn't have it for himself. This was ashes first real relationship but Ashley notice a huge red flag when they would disagree he felt like it was disrespectful or dismissive. That we would argue, I'm not really much of a yeller. First of all, I'm a cap on So I like to keep things really pragmatic even in a fight like I like to be very okay. What is the issue they? He felt like that made me a robot and like I didn't really care enough to a moat daring those fights in a way that was satisfactory to him, and by the time we get to this fall. We are officially at a point. where he doesn't feel like an argument is over until I cry. and. Then then she received the email to end all emails forever. I knew this relationship was not going to work when he emailed me a poem breaking up with me in the poem. The Apollo. It was mostly about the fact that the last time we had gone to Ihop when the check came, he paid for it and I didn't even look at it which you know sorry about that fifteen dollars But then like the end of the poem literally says, and you can go to hell Ashley Ford. When they broke up actually great slips and she kinda retreated inward..
"d ford" Discussed on CarCast
"And, then you've got jemson thinking. We got less than in the guy. I think it's cool. Because sets the stage you know. The the next manufacturers got one up and let's see what they got. You know, so it It improves the. Settling for the consumer at the end of the day. So I'M GONNA. Do without giving the game ago. We're GONNA DO We're going to be doing defender versus. Ranga, and former on animals, Land Cruiser as well. And, then there's going to be the big elephant in the room time we can kind of go back and. Do it again with the with wrong cowboys. Signing year. Yeah it's going to be. It's interesting for sure, and you're right to to to your point about GM. They don't really have. Much of an offroad competitor like on some level, there's a version of Colorado the the truck. That is is planning that space, but. Also Ford's. It was an announcement or just room, or whatever, but We touched on a little bit last week about Ford also. Possibly bringing ranger raptor to the United States now it wasn't available. Here wasn't planning on being available, but now they're saying possibly in a year it could be available. And the reason why that speculation was interesting is because of all the different variations of Bronco. I believe there's some shared technology or the platform or chassis or something could be with ranger, and now they're saying well, if Ranger Raptors this great kind of high speed. Off Road. Truck like the full size. Raptor is what about? In a year or two from now a Bronco Raptor or whatever they're going to call you know some sort of. High speed version narrative got it. Yeah I think they'll be I. think the before Wednesday's. We will be. For this. Take place when she comes out with the wrangler. Because ultimately. The money they WANNA. Give the money away to little the aftermarket. In, Neda, they need a Mo-. Power equivalent, because as we all know that something's imagine stuff. There was a time I spoke to Ford many years ago and there was a time where. Somebody was a little hesitant with the aftermarket in the Ford World. They were saying hey. You, buy a Mustang or an F. One fifty, and and you buy it. In the variations that they offer and that's it. And then. And Ford performance catalog the parts catalog. Always around always did well, but didn't feel like it was getting quite the support that could have. Gotten from the brand, and then there was a little bit of change in an staffing over there and somebody else came into Mustang and Ford performance and said. Hey! We're in the business of of selling cars on the Mustang side, so if if people wanNA personalized that our car and that helps us sell cars. Then we're all for it so now we're going to support that initiative and the ended up seeing a lot more parts, available and cool stuff being developed in the Ford Performance Parts Catalog. And now they're sort of embracing two sides of it for performances going. Yes, WE WANNA make a bunch of parts and make it available like Broncos, dealer, assessories, accessories, and things like that. And the catalog the aftermarket Cadillac, but now they're saying, but hey, if you don't buy four performance parts, you want to go by Magda flow exhaust HR wheels. You still got by the put it on, and if long that's a Ford. It's all part of the the game right? All of these car manufacturers should should. Pay attention to that as well listen I know there's some car manufacturers that owns several brands, and they don't like it when one brand puts peanut butter, and the other brands chocolate and you know what I'm saying like. They're all owned by the same company, but. But They don't want. They don't Wanna fix their peanut butter and chocolate together makes up the delicious and sweet and. And I don't I'm not quite making out so easy. Yeah, it's just like. Listen even in your world of testing. Does does. because. We're on the topic of Ford and Dodge I just don't see a lot of comparisons of of jeep track hawk versus. A hell cat. Charger because I don't think they want those to be. Drag raced in the same video right because they're. They're trying to position themselves differently. Weird dynamic of very very much is they tell you what it's. No, it's. It's not on display any better than that same. I think I have it was? Yeah I have a word that I think talks. Which is liability. You know they it is about. If we have then you have to under the warranty. I actually showed up. I mentioned before, but before I moved to Edmonds I showed a documentary on the development of flood. Spent three years with the development you went. Will all over the world the? States threat several times Europe. And it was it was the frosted IB. Products project it from the other side of the spectrum with basically is kind of like they. They always call themselves a candidate. Books Ration-. They're allowed to break a few morals by shortcuts. They spillers costs still have to come to standards and sometimes things like arrests, five hundred as you can be a little bit fast and loose with the really small number stuff. But a Mike Day Focus Rysley for selling I. think Thirty Thousand Units Globally. They got to a certain conditions, and then he saw offering aftermarket. `oughts. They do, too. So you can't just you know I? It's no secret delay. In the story. They have problems with the RS engine when they tried to the. On! She tries to some some pulse and supply issues, but it was. And they fixed it in the end. In view were starting to really turn the power than the boost, not without doing Olot Gerbil to give you an example fold amidst the focus rs They trash twenty seven vehicles. In order to destroy twenty seven vehicles in order to deal with crash testing. It's it's. from this. Yeah, it's very expensive. If you're going to build a democracy, Paul Mate these rights Terranova Legisla legislative stuff as we have, it's a tough thing to do. Sometimes we understand the ever Mahal, time and to. Why can't you just give us a big Ajayi, but? It Oh. It's a big world out there. It's interesting when you when you start to break down on the cost of developing a vehicle I had a conversation with. With, fisker automotive years ago in the fisker Karma Electric vehicle came out and to. They ran into really bad issues with a one-two-three, the battery supplier kind of full of the company, and now we have Karma than we have fisker, we to companies as a result, but when that car came out. I remember going to. Interviewing them at like Ellie Auto, show or something, and I'm looking at this gorgeous four door sedan, and it's got sort of this use solar panel kind of thing going up on the roof and we're walking through and I said hey just had a curiosity. Is it available with a sunroof? and. They said well no. And I was like that seems odd for a high end car, and they said look, they said. For us to develop the SUNROOF, we'd have to re crash. All the cars versions of it with the SUNROOF. It's five million dollars minimum, so the RND calls is at least five million dollars just in approvals and government testing, crashing to do the sun roof, and for them to have a sunroof and a non sunroof version would be expensive and they're like. How many sunroofs are we going to sell to justify that cost on a brand new car company? That's just getting out the gate with their first car, and so they made a decision that are like no sunroof Mike Okay I'm. A smart financial, decision. Ultimately not I guess because the company's gone but. But but that's what we're talking about is like soon as you do something that actually brings up. The jeep is well. Let me hit this ad and then I want to talk about the jeep with the three ninety two Hemi because. 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"d ford" Discussed on LadyGang
"Like is my own personal you're talking about Carson Daley cursing like wrestling. He's great your job. Sorry Carson Carson Daley Yeah like Yeah Boo. Like he wasn't my bill. I just like that. So but how did you bet your family like everyone involved? I feel like when you're on. Tv with Hoda all of a sudden like with your life. Yeah Oh hundred percent and you know you realize like I'll go to my husband's family and they have today show on the right you know like when you're by default. Yeah by default. Am I go my Gosh? This this is real. Yeah so we went and anyway I was to- so like never wanted to do it but then when I found it was with a rock the block girls which is Alison Victoria Jasmine Roth in Meena stars. Yeah Cock we had so much fun. Yeah and like I was actually also didn't WanNa wake up at four. Am but like that was so early that it was fine novelty. Yeah exactly so it was. It was actually awesome. Hoda was dresses. Shoot Arimi she makes you feel so comfortable warm. And even if she doesn't care that you're there like in my brain. She was going to call me afterwards. Search for two minutes and we're like best US waiting for her to ask. Yeah Been Your best interview. You've ever had still not following on how we definitely googling this later. She did you sit in the studio. We did Kathy Lee and we did. It was great for Kathy Lee left because she made her departure right. After right after you have a real moment of like can you believe this? Is Our lights weird. It was crazy. We'll an growing up. That was my mom's jam packed. Elite is oh. She's an ivy best friend icon forever All right well. Leeann has to go paint now head on down and get to Pittsburgh Paints and get your ppg. Timeless pure white remember to decorate and dress in the color of dogs head on over to crate and barrel right now to checkout liens. Line it is Gio us and if you had no idea what. The three of us were jacking on about about her beautiful website. It's Leon Ford Dot Com. There's so much inspiration. There's so many ideas. She's great blog where she really breaks down a lot of the things you can be just like her and feel free to steal those ideas. Thank you and like the Skim coat brilliant. And if you're on instagram right now follow her. Atlan Ford Interiors. You will not be disappointed. She is so chic. The Queen of our Chic Beca has crowned her the chic EST in the land. Which means it's actually great your dream. Thank you taking time away. We're so good at this and we will see next Tuesday. Thanks for listening and make sure to rate and review this podcast. Wherever you go your.
"d ford" Discussed on LadyGang
"Ever looked in a magazine or on a pinterest board and said to yourself? You know what aesthetic I love white on white on White. Well our guest today basically invented that. You're welcome from Pittsburgh. She made a name for herself when she took a nineteen o seven schoolhouse in her hometown and restored it to be the coolest house. Ever her work has been featured in Arc Digest Country Living Domino Elle Decor Martha Stewart. Better homes and gardens redbook might gain refinery twenty nine and the New York Times and like a whole bunch of other but we don't have all day when she's not blowing our minds on her instagram. She's also a TV star along with her brother and contractor Steve Ford of restored by the fords on HDTV which follows the siblings as they turned some of Pittsburgh's most dated buildings into magazine worthy homes. She's also an author a style maven her brother's hot and I've never seen Becca so excited for a guest on lady gang in our entire history. She wasn't excited about anyone we've brought to her in the past five years except Lianne Ford whatever happens. Do not cancel Leeann Ford. We must have her so welcome to the show. Leeann Ford what an intro. We're here at eight. Am for the listener. We need to make it do and I said I could screen shot this like. Do not cancel Leeann forest. Get Work and we'll take you for making it. I'm happy to see you could. Do you want to just open by saying what? Why do you have such a crush on this woman? Okay well first of all. We're making eye contact. It started when there was this bedroom that everybody was posting on Instagram. All these designers like inside Info. And it's this all white bedroom with white brick white dude like very very very minimalist and gold. I think it's like a gold Moma Gosh Mirror and which one it is my bedroom. Yes and so for years I will. Oh it's I'm there all white annoying. She's like other bedroom. Okay it's in Huntington okay so I would see this bedroom and every designer that would posted. I'd be like it's the person so then I would be because I wanted to find the person responsible not appreciating it so all these designers were posting posting posting. But I couldn't find the source will one day. I'm sitting on my on my couch. I love HGTV. But I'm very picky about what I watch on him and so I was like finally I was watching rock the block. Yeah because I was like. Let's check this out. And I realized that you're the woman responsible for furthest bedroom that I've been seeing for years and years and years. How do they show? It didn't show it but then I went on the deepest. I've ever the deepest Leeann for Diet third lie and I was like this is the woman and then along with that bedroom. There's like two hundred other pictures of yes bedrooms living rooms and just places that you just WanNa live in. It's your you have an eye. That is unreal unparalleled to anybody else. That's doing this. It's insane but like how do you do this? I'm so glad I'm here. Yeah I guess the question is is that if there's no pinterest board to inspire you how do you come up with like be the first of anything you know? I don't worry about being the first. I think it's I think if you do that kind of you're chasing trends you're already behind you. Kinda just have to mind your own business and I would say I always like the white on white thing because it's timeless so yeah I mean that that room you're talking about is eight years ago you know and my schoolhouse is still cool. And it was over ten years ago and it's like Just super simple. But it's all about warmth and texture their stuff so you can't. It's not boring right. Everyone thinks white on white's boring when they hear it and then they see like never mind. It's so true and I like that. It's a thing now that you're saying you know people stole it. I say good like the more people that have pretty homes the better. Well I have to say I'm looking for a new house right now and so I have my pinterest boards that I'm looking for and I'm picking the style and it's been few and far between of what I'm exactly looking for it until I found you now. I feel seen because everything you do. I'm like this is what looking free creating what to convince you to join the Lady Gang. That's fine remain. You can take my place all the girls out there who are tagging the keeping and screen shotting all of your designs like. How do you attempt to recreate what you do? Because you can't be a million with the normal budget. Yeah Yeah Okay I like that question. Which is honestly why have loved doing product stuff so right yeah I just last week. A line came out. I Did Leon Ford for crate and Barrel. Which is which is so excited to get up there and you can't afford anything just got a candle issues are really affordable and so sheikh. Thank you I loved it. Doing that was such a joy. Oh my gosh. It was so fun and then seeing it being both sitting these chairs that kind of came out of my brain and it's nothing like Crazy it's just evolution of materials like I use really classic materials would simple would unstained Did black kind of like a little Wabi Sabi Japanese black would and then caning and simple stuff but in cool shapes right like a little bit Italian a little bit Mediterranean a little bit disco like that is really a meshing if you kinda look at it and dig into it but anyway. That's why I love doing that because now you can go get it. Go get it like I have a friend in San Francisco who I did her house. Years ago and She's like they had another baby and they need to do stuff. I just sent her links. Like just get this you now and that was pretty fun to be able to go on one website and get a bunch of stuff but a normal client for you. Yeah I mean. I'm sure at this point. You're having to turn a lot of people down. Yeah the Jennifer Lopez of the world are calling you and being like halons another woman. How dare she she missed out? Her taste is elevated. I honestly on it is. We're not sure but anyway. We Love Jennifer. She made an error one air this year and here. You're but I'm I'm sure people are calling you and you're having to pick and choose but yeah does someone just come to you like a real person. That's I want you to my house. I have five million dollars go. Is that how it works or it? More like five thousand go do. My question is like how does that. Now you're big time designer. She's to humble you guys. She's like having I a different question. So you know.
"d ford" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Recall what we find out later. Is that the traffic safety administration. Basically only decided that Ford had fucked up because they were getting all of these postcards. Yeah there's all this public pressure on them. They did the investigation. They rammed the Pinto in the rear at thirty miles an hour which was like that was the law back then that cars had to withstand a thirty mph impact so they rammed at a bunch of times at thirty miles an hour and it never caught fire and so they started ramming it at thirty five miles an hour and he created a special car to Ram. They waited down the hood of the car with so that it would pierce the gas tank so they essentially changed the rules midstream so that they could get the Pinto's to explode so that they could get forward to do this recall because they're like. Oh my God. People keep sending US postcard. Yes too many postcard and nobody at the time wanted to be like A. We looked into this and it's fine because it was in the article WanNa Pulitzer shows the public. Momentum is the only way to get anything done and also that the thing that you achieve will not necessarily be made valid by the fact that it has public momentum behind it. And it's just what they've said afterwards is just it was just easier to tell ricotta car dyke. Yeah I get it though I understand. There's this the the consumer is upset and it just shows what kind of power that we have as a collective in shame. We don't use it toward more accurate ends. Yeah and the final debunking is remember how the Mother Jones article said that between five hundred and nine hundred people had been killed by exploding. Pinto's Gary Schwartz. This researcher goes back through all of the State and national data on fatalities and car accidents. He finds that between nineteen seventy one and nineteen seventy six of the entire life of the car. He only found twenty seven deaths. Oh from fires and Pinto's and that comparable to like say death send fires and Volkswagens or is it like a little on the high side. This is the dark part is that the Ford Pinto is actually significantly safer VW beetle or the Toyota Corolla or the AMC Gremlin or Chevrolet Vega Pinto wrong about the Pinto. It was unfairly maligned. We really are a good little car and a good little bean one. The main lessons here. And this is Gary Schwartz. Points out is that only a tiny tiny tiny percent of Car. Crashes are rear impact and only a tiny percentage of those are actually fires so the fact is people who die in fires after car accidents only represent point six percent of people who die in car accidents total. Most people. Don't die in fires. Most people die in like normal car. Accidents like side impact car accidents front impact car accidents putting all of our efforts into preventing this one type. Totally ignores the fact that like all of the cars back then redact traps like these other. Beatles were deathtrap. It's not that people didn't die horribly inside the Pinto's at times it's because they died horribly in sight of all sorts of other kinds of cars and with as much frequency people were dying in Car Accidents. A lot back then. It's almost like this show has beams a so this how Gary Schwartz concludes his article from Nineteen ninety-one from what I've been able to learn. As for safety. Pinto was a car that was neither admirable nor despicable. It's overall fatality rate. Was roughly in the middle of the subcompact range. It's record was better than the subcompact average with respect to fatalities with fire yet for the quite small category of fatalities with Rear End Fire. Its design features apparently gave it a worse than average record. So it's like on this one thing. It's not great but in general when you look at the ninety nine percent of accidents that aren't rear end fires it's fine. It's not remarkable with an American car manufacturing like maybe it does suck in some like it is bad in some ways but not and they unique way and also I mean these institutional researchers also looked into this and they point out that a bunch of other subcompact cars also had the gas tanks behind the rear axle. Like even this design thing was not like a pinto jam like small cars want drunks base and so that's one of the gas tank. Then how did we get here like? Why was this article written ended? This guy did I mean how so I mean before we get to the debunking. The debunk stop here. I have literally no idea what's going to happen next. I feel uneasy my like lesson with this journalism because I think this really is a story of bad journalism and hasty journalism. My take away from this is the way that we prioritize. Secret things over well-known things What because what? The show is all about because everything we're talking about is in plain sight. It's not a scoop. It's like things that are already known are interesting because we can know something without paying sufficient attention to it and also things Lake Car. Crashes are just like hey lots of people dying in car crashes and that's bad it's pretty boring because everybody already knows it. You're not going to get a good headline out of ongoing situations. Yes and so this mother. Jones article is based on these secret documents and a whistle blower from inside for this. Probably the person who leaked documents to mark. Doughy got Mark Ruffalo. Movie written all over. It makes it seem like this is forbidden knowledge. Everyone wants a deep throat when nobody wants to just be like car. Accidents are bad. And they're easily preventable. Yeah a lot of bad. Journalism generally comes from a writer trying and good faith or at least partial. Good faith to draw attention to an issue that they sincerely believe needs to happen. And that generally does and then having to find a story that has like spectacular enough to hook the public and maybe it's so spectacularly you just don't want to question the plausibility of it because if you did then maybe wouldn't be able to write that story and then you couldn't get people to pay attention to this thing to me. I mean this leads into the debunking of the debunking which is basically all about. Why was the traffic safety administration asking for this analysis in the first place? Like why was a government agency? Doing the thing that we're accusing Ford of rain right literally. Balancing lives versus costs. And what you find is that what's happening in the nineteen seventies is. There's this huge push to rationalize government regulation. So there's all of these court decisions coming down saying that. It's an infringement on corporations rights to over-regulate them right. There's this huge fear of over-regulation even before Reagan crave. This is an excerpt of all these court. Rulings in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight court ruling force traffic safety administration to evaluate and respond to every industry objection before issuing a standard and nineteen seventy-two decision required that safety standards be practicable and provide an objective safety similarly in the executive branch in the Early Nineteen Seventy S. The traffic safety administration was told to justify the cost effectiveness of it standards because critics of all stripes worry. That overregulation was strangling the American economy. Okay so the government. The federal government is doing homework to turn into. Burma rations to be like. Don't worry this idea. We have will not be too costly. We promise and literally doing the growth thing that offends US meow. 'cause they're the Sally Field Parent in this. Mrs doubtfire called Les. They're the ones who have to figure out how much she human life is worth and dollars. Calculations can be done about rollover accidents exactly and so in one thousand nine hundred four Gerald Ford Issues. An executive order that requires all regulatory agencies to provide numerical estimates of the costs and benefits associated with any rules being propagated. Now so it's a tale of two fords and so I mean I think this is an important story to tell four a podcast that is like a capitalism. All along podcast. I I have no interest in defending forward. I don't give a shit like if if people wanna say that like Ford is awful and immoral and balances lives against its own legal costs. Like I don't care it's like yeah. Of course they do. Maybe not to a spectacular extent. I think it's really important that one of the mistakes that we made and I think this really foundational mistake with this story and other stories involving big corporations is we blamed Ford. It's very easy to turn this into a bad apple story of like how Gross Ford Is. Isn't it fascinating that Pinto becomes section known phenomenon and there are Pinto jokes into the nineties? And it's almost like we know that if we keep saying Pinto will be like yeah. Pinto Pinto's the unsafe Karpenko's linked well kind of all unsafe. Yeah once again. It's like we're focusing on the Pinto to avoid a whole system that facilitates unsafe vehicles. And also the author of this history of auto safety mentions. There's lots of designed decisions. That car makers have made that resulted in way. More than twenty seven deaths like that steering column probably like various very heavy duty steering columns that have killed more than twenty seven people in particular model car. But because we don't have secret documents because we don't have this great smoking gun thing and we've kind of heard this story enough now that it doesn't shock US anymore. It's like Friday the thirteenth three. We're like yeah. Yeah case and kill the teens exactly like I. It's difficult to write about things that don't have this. Unexpected counter. Intuitive aspect isn't a terrible that ability to be interested in our own safety is dependant on there being twists. I mean this is this to me is like the foundational error of this. Is that calling it a story of corporate malfeasance. It's not wrong it's just. It's bigger than that and worse than that like whenever I hear people talking about greedy corporations. I don't disagree but I'm also like we'll every corporation is greedy like that's what the Word Corporation means. Pray it's like this virus infecting people the way that you fix. These things isn't by making Ford less greedy. It's completely changing the way that we conceive of and the kinds of standards were setting for ourselves. Why are we allowing the corporations to have this much power over the way that they are regulated? Why have we created this moist area? Yeah and then periodically were like. Oh my God they smell do here. I can't and so this is how this organizational analysis ins the taken for granted nature of much sensible bloodshed for example a forty thousand annual traffic fatalities combined with the propensity of governments media and others to blame. Individual people or organizations for outcomes can cause us to ignore social problems that flow from the interconnectedness of organizations. Just by the argument that he consciously cynical decision did not produce an unsafe. Fuel tank are descriptions of the Pinto case probably implies an inflated level of rationality to what is better understood as institutionally embedded unreflective action. This is the same guys that gave their paper a terrible title. What they need is i. I was thinking. Oh that's really good. Institutionally embedded unreflective action on reflective action. That may see. I'm a refugee from academia. So I'm like yeah. Yeah I mean they conceive of this is that we're always looking for a decision like someone made the decision that like a bunch of people are going to die so that I don't have to spend more money but the fact is when you look through an organization in the history of cases like the Ford Pinto. No one makes a decision. There is no decision. We can't apply a kind of moral standard to the logic of organizations. We're looking for decisions and we're looking for these smoking gun memos. We're not gonNA find them. We're going to find is really bad outcomes that come from everybody acting on the incentives that we've created for them and so much more important. When we debunk this story to not like defend Ford or whatever I don't care it's all rotten. The entire sector is as rotten as we thought. Ford was right. Yes it's like. We're in the trash compactor and star wars. That snake guy. It's like. Oh Hey snake. I mean I'm not surprised to see the snake here. Yeah Yeah So. That's that's our story. We'll wait I wanNA know about this capitalist. What'S HIS DEAL. We never found out. Nobody knows it's kind of frustrating. Actually nobody has gone back and done a like. How did this happen thing because it usually I wanted like some sort of Kitty? Genovese style like had lunch with..
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"Hi Glen and in our force chair today is belong Karachi below reports and produces cultural coverage for NPR halo. Everyone Wonderful to have you back. Room Broom So Stephen. I'm going to go to you first since you are the person that I associate associate with fast cars. That's not true. What did you think afford me? Ferrari you know we recently on the show talked about the movie. Nineteen seventeen and Glen. I think in particular described it as the ultimate dad movie. This is ultimate daddy movie. I did not realize I don't think of myself necessarily as the Dad movie type hypoc Dad Ford. V Ferrari proved that I am in fact that guy. This is some kind of old fashioned. CGI free cars zooming around in kind of movie making. It's fun. It's a sports movie. I mean I don't do. I think it breaks any kind of mold. I do not think it does do. I think it's effective active at capturing like the big race the big clash of personalities. All that stuff. I I think to use a phrase we sometimes use on the show this movie movies on rails but I think it's very effective for what it is. I think James Mangled the director. I think is a very skilled technician. You're in good hands throughout this thing. I don't I don't think it's amazing but I enjoyed it enormously. I do want to say in fairness if you're out there and you're thinking I like Ford before I like car movies but I'm not a dad or if you are now or thinking I did not like this movie. We are speaking generally. But I think it's fair to say it fits into a kind of a John Laura of movies that has adad movie feel to it in that it's very invested in kind of traditional American masculinity. Yeah that makes sense boil. Would you think this movie. I loved this movie actually and I saw at Toronto at the Film Festival a few months ago and I took my dad to see it and when it came out. It's the perfect and my ten year old nephew who also loved it Exactly so all of us were there in What I liked about it a lot and I don't want to? I think it's very easy to use a lot of bad driving puns in criticism of this film. So I'm not going to go there but I did feel like it knew how to slow down as a film which I liked the most about it. Is that in fact while it has has these large kind of racing sequences and all the room rooms that we've talked about. It has quite a lot of silence in it as a film as well and I think it has moments of being reflective and thoughtful and and the two central characters played by Christian. Bale and Matt Damon are have a really beautiful friendship. And and I think that for me really came through and I when I think of sports films in high I school classes when you have to be forced to watch them to be inspired or something by your gym teacher or something like they always ended with that great big game or or some kind of showdown. Oh down and I felt like in this film. It actually doesn't conclude in that way it has other ways of bringing you into these. These characters lives into the kind of human side of this of this film which I was not expecting from movie called Ford versus for which I think is the most poetic title and I think in a way Mrs some of the poetry of the film and Two who on the mechanical knows. Well that's true and I think you know if you're not familiar with what happened in this real life situation in nineteen sixty six you know. Ferrari very had been kind of more of a racing type of car and Ford was not and so they had had some business dealings and potentially some business alignment they were GonNa make a deal deal. And then they didn't and Henry Ford the second as we said plucky upstart that he was Wanted to essentially beat Ferrari at racing because he was mad. Add about kind of the way or or at least in part because he was mad. So goes the legend so he gets this character Carroll Shelby played by Matt Damon. WHO's a an American auto auto designer kind of guy to work with Ken? Miles played by Christian. Bale who's a British driver and kind of innovator of building cars they talk about how he's got a kind of a car that he put together himself that he's able to drive to great success and so and so these guys have a little bit of the odd couple friendship tip. They have a little bit of the trying to make the big company except are great ideas and of course. There's a lot of kind of the inherent danger and suspense of have racing. Glenn talked me about Ford. V Ferrari will this is essentially a historical drama but it's also essentially a bio pic right. And it's the kind of bio pic that I like because it's takes a very thin slice of the person's life instead of dramatizes that so I'm GonNa ask the subject of another oscar-nominated bio pic of the season To speak to my my my feelings about this film so ladies and gentlemen from the nineteen forty nine film in the good old summertime. Welcome to the stage. Miss Judy.
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"Sleeping on the entire team of the phone line it'll have a lot of guys coming off an injury on the defense like that's the thing to do you guys coming back off injuries on the defense if they're if they're up to the level as they should be D. Ford for example if he's like dominante Ford well yeah but you guys also like is San Francisco over the last couple of weeks is he's with the Niners playing the best football the last three four weeks of the season really but I mean we're still like we're coming back to the team but we were one years trying like only has that ruling three weeks of playing Baltimore you know I'm talking yeah yeah they play Green Bay the plague Baltimore thing to play New Orleans it played a lot of good teams there and and so I get that information to the season I've been a big fan of San Francisco I love Kyle Shanahan I think Jimmy crop lows totally sold as a as a system quarterback he gets the job done so I I I see that but you know that they've had some stumbles here later it's it hasn't been the same invulnerable team so for the Vikings who when they're playing really well and clicking on all cylinders can they beat the forty Niners yeah I think you can make the case I don't think it's unlikely the Vikings secondaries all day thank you do you think the the mariners V. like delight is not gonna be able to penetrate they do better than the saints did well it's a question of how many opportunities do they get is well because of the running game is working in the Niners no that's a weakness and they've said it's a weakness one of the players as read a quote from one of the defensive players today basically and he was saying that yeah I mean Hey we know we're gonna have some problems in the run game we got shut him down there the Vikings are running team so there that's the thing if they slow this game down if the running the ball a lot and by the way the Niners run the ball a lot too so you know there is an opportunity for this to be a lower scoring twenty four twenty one kind of game and if if the forty Niners make a mistake they can lose this one is is that unfair I don't think that's unfair Cory thanks for the call I just I I don't think I'm disrespecting the forty Niners they've been a great team all year if there's help if they're coming back and the health is there of these guys especially D. Ford I don't know Kwan Alexander's bringing to the table but he just got activated off I are I expect them to win the game I do but I'm not giving it to them the Vikings did just beat the saints on the road they look better than I thought and Kirk cousins did win the playoff games so monkey off the back right up a little bit a little bit a little bit not fully let's go to let's go to James here James you're on CBS sports radio Hey good morning good to be with you thanks for calling thanks I just wanted to take issue with the notion that Ammar Jackson is the king of all quarterbacks now that he is the transformative figure the game I mean it was a game stretch it's been wonderful but you know you think you're it's easy will they won twelve straight the fourteen into right but I mean it was really an eight game stretch where he really turned it on he before that you had eleven touchdowns and five X. and he wasn't quite as impressive but I mean you depart quarterback it say but I mean if I had a choice to take a cold air Rogers tomorrow or clone of Omar Jackson I'll take your Rogers every day and you'll be playing for fifteen years when the mark Jackson is it has the career of a running back I mean I think they were gonna lose and I think that the pressure is on Lamar Jackson more than Kirk cousins could cause me to Minnesota for two years is one one playoff game this is the second year for Lamar Jackson is one zero plant game so we'll see the winds are going into it but I can't Hey James I I I I gotta tell ya I think Lamar Jackson I get what you're saying with Erin Rogers in fifteen years and all that sure but Lamar Jackson right now for what he does it's such a unique thing but they do it so well and they help him do it so well that he's do you expect a more Jackson be really good next year I think that's pretty fair right next year the year after that I don't know about ten years but for the next three to five years you can expect more Jack to be pretty garden pretty darn good quarterback not and thanks for the call I do have to run but then I mean I don't know what else more Jackson has to prove his point in that one sees what he did I'm just so thoroughly impressed with the guy from the leap he made from his rookie year it's not a fluke it's hard to be a fluke at quarterback I'll say that in for the way he plays it's a whole different style so I'm fine I'm by Lamar Jackson he doesn't have anything to prove to me by the way this week in the NFL on CBS is home to the wild card divisional round Saturday night at eight eastern five Pacific the Titans try to shock the world again when they had the Baltimore to face Lamar Jackson and the top seeded ravens then on Sunday three eastern twelve Pacific to the games a league young quarterback square off with the Sean Watson in the Texans meet Patrick my homes and the chiefs both games begin with the NFL today on CBS and this sports update is coming up beginning with Mister Peter Schwartz sports flag is the NFL's divisional.
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"Forget last year that they were one D. Ford offsides away from going to the Superbowl and that changes everything I don't know if they win that game I don't know if they win the Superbowl but we're not talking about Tom Brady in the end of an era that we it was the end of the year last year they just had to go and win the damn Super Bowl when they got there it was the end of the year last year one off sites he threw an interception on the play he was lined up offsides they have to make up for that this is a team that is clicking at the right time I got that she's going to the Superbowl but to do that they got to beat the Texans by double digits and finally Seattle in Green Bay one of these teams is going to be coming to Levi's stadium laying the NFC championship game Green Bay is favored by four and a half the over under is forty seven and I'll be honest I change my take on this on a percent I've done a complete one eighty I was all about the Russell Wilson double magic I think the Packers are the worst thirteen and three team in the history of the NFL day Jake disagrees there are some Tennessee Titans teams back in the day any team with Jeff picture code to get out of here we go sixteen and now they're the worst aim they're always nineteen seven one Jeff Fisher is at the helm but dammit these Green Bay Packers were nine and seven in our hearts you look at all the staff they were nine and seven and then you look at it you go well they played her cousins twice and beat him in a one thirteen and three doesn't make any damn sense that said the sea hawks are so banged up they might sign me to play left tackle at Lambeau field that is where they're at their down I'm not one tackles both fant and if any they're both out it looks like they're gonna both be out Russell Wilson is incredible I expect this game to be close I expected probably be closer than it should be I know JB inclined he's playing for a contract but Lambeau field at night very cold the Seahawks they have they have pushed it to the limit they have done everything that they can I have no idea how they've gotten to this juncture but I think they're Rodin's I think that ultimately the Packers the most over rated worst thirteen in three team of all time sorry to we're gonna be playing in the NFC championship game against San Francisco forty Niners and frankly I I would take the four and a half points of we all want the Seattle Seahawks to win this do you we do we want we want we want another Super Bowl two point oh like we had in twenty thirteen back when I was at the link and what not we want another let me tell ya out of sea hawks and forty Niners but I exactly good for our business let me tell you as most people take the easy way out on things I think that the forty Niners would want the easy way out Green Bay Packers coming back is the easy way out I agree with you there it's just I agree with you the Seahawks are a five eleven team without Russell Wilson hundred percent back under present that have talent in the NFL other than Russell's exactly I know we talk about Pete Carroll be a great coach even he couldn't elevate this talent on the roster yes I do also agreed that the Packers are not a thirteen three team but they're they're gonna go to the NFC championship game server Rogers at Lambeau field I mean there is a third this is only his third NFC championship game I mean not championship game parmi divisional round game in Green Bay yeah I think about that person your you went to the Superbowl we had to win three games on the road to get there and beat the boy Jay Cutler boy your boy what I'll go I I did not a bears fan do not put in jail but you're being put diet but a football like gnostic out my whole life I certainly did not jump on the Jay Cutler van Wagner to god you didn't yeah that out you want to know if I'm cynical now imagine if I'd read for Jay Cutler all that time there either your pics that's how you make your money this weekend I will go over again because frankly I probably already forgotten if you were writing them down though graduations on the cash can be on tonight on the sports sports.
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"But all the way back that far back we have to go to find a battle this. Close it to me comparing both drivers on what category you talk about whether it's racing ability whether it's equipment this that whatever. The only difference between these two drivers is Tony is an owner driver. And it's been a long time since an owner driver won the championship. Alan quickey last one to do that. Back in Nineteen ninety-two and since that time there's just fewer you were in fewer owner drivers out. There would be amazing to see that all come together and particularly when you look at hoc- racing you know what that was before Tony came in and and become a part owner. And what he's done since that time in three years has put both his cars in the chase each year and here. He is now contending for a championship. A lot of folks. You're saying you know what it it's great to see anybody win this title besides Jimmy Johnson. Because he's done that the last five years in a row others say well you know Tony's one at twice a four. It is kind of Nice to see somebody who's not been on that trophy and of course we're talking about Carl Edwards. The odds are fifty fifty that he'll do it here this afternoon and very shortly that Green Flags GonNa come out performance on the racetrack between these guys for me. It's a toss up. The only difference might need the crews. Both cruise for these two championship. Drivers are cool in the trenches. I guess is the best way to put it that. They couldn't be any better. They're the best in the business. They've been under under pressure like this many many times before Carl's Bennett Championship battles close ones like this. He has the experience of that to fall back on. And as we said Tony Stewart certainly been in the same situation after winning two championships in his career. So I think it's pretty evenly matched as far as the amount of pressure on these. Two guys certainly have a huge crowd on hand here at Homestead Miami speedway have a beautiful day to go racing. It Looks Nice here in south Florida. Did I tell you what the weather is absolutely gorgeous. We had a little rain couple days ago. But for the most part temperatures up in the eighty Grad to go back northwards going to be cold. Yeah it's Nice era. Lots of folks have come out to be a part of the end of this twenty eleven Nascar Sprint Cup series season here today at homestead Miami speedway. There'll be a lot to talk about throughout the course of this final. Oh four hundred miles of racing today. Most of the attention though on Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart now the command of fire engines joining us. Today's it's sergeant. Andrew Berry who bravely served our nation as a sniper with the US army in Iraq and Afghanistan. Sergeant Berry heroically survived two bullets in eight bomb blast while deployed in return to the US to his wife and four sons. Since retiring. 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You can count on Wrangler Wrangler real comfortable gene deals now. Rolling fit road is L. began again several pace laps before we drop the grain and start the Ford four hundred this afternoon here at homestead Miami speedway are huge crowd on hand as separate four-party hall a perfect day to go racing. It is at a great day to close out the season. See what happens here who ends up in the championship this after. We'll talk a little bit about that later. In the you might get a fifty cent poo see which one does You you scare me when you say that money. Let's take a swing around the racetrack right now and bring in some other voices you'll hear in our coverage today at the Ford four hundred covering the accident turns one and two from Barre Vermont. Is Dave Moody ago or good afternoon. Everyone is the field rolls off pit VIP road at Miami speedway for the first time this afternoon. Let's give you the lay of the land at this end of the racetrack incremental banking eighteen degrees super bottom nineteen in the middle twenty degrees up top. And what that means is if you've got a fast race car and the will to use it. You can pass cars at homestead instead. We'll see these machines fan out to three and even four wide on this banking. Every inch of available asphalt will be used and used often. Then they'll spill bill out onto the back straight away at down the backstretch where they'll come to the attention of Mike. Bagley Atlanta Georgia. Thank you good afternoon. Everybody at this racetrack. Probably one of the most versatile all all the NASCAR landscape because of the variable banking eighteen nineteen and twenty degrees and that gives drivers options over the course of four hundred miles to not necessarily have to go to pit wrote for chassis adjustment to perhaps maybe readjust the line being used all the racetrack. 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"d ford" Discussed on Commons
"He was one of the oversize cartoonish personalities at Toronto City Hall Toronto City Council on certainly had wins and says he was first elected in two thousand he was a character out of fictions seems not generous enough ax conservative rub rail against counselor expenses bike lanes the cost of watering plants City Hall Arts and Culture Funding a whole host of other things if you allies and council and even fewer friends he would get into shouting matches with colleagues on the Council Floor Most City Hall watchers considered him route and he was best known for insulting just about every group of people in the city in a few years he had insulted gay people trade these people Chinese people homeless people drug users cyclists who were killed by cars people with AIDS and Italian and then there was the far more serious stuff the stuff that reminds you that he's a member of the same Ford family so surrounded by drugs and violence he was arrested for drunk driving and floor Oughta and was kicked out of a leafs game for getting hammered and screaming at a couple and I quote you right wing Communist bastards who the fuck do you think you are are you a Ti sure do you want your little wife to go over to Iran and get raped and shot in two thousand and six Doug Ford senior the Patriarch of the family died and though the public didn't note at the time it was around then that in addition to his heavy drinking rob Ford started using crack cocaine in two thousand eight he was charged with assaulting his wife or not though the charges were dropped here's Rob Ford publicly responding to the charges there's no secret to rise.
"d ford" Discussed on Commons
"A. N. A. D. A. This episode of comments is brought to you in part by fresh books fresh books as the cloud accounting software that makes it simple to keep track of your invoices and payments it up and she moved in with her old high school boyfriend Michael Kick lists the former white supremacist but a few months later ennio would break into their home with a shot the next Ten Years Rob Ford became one of the city's most memorable politicians Arnaud Parties in Toronto City Council but more than almost anyone else rob Ford was a party of one outsider and I don't just mean an outsider of trying to count so all our political class even though he's very much the center of political class except for subways and Football Rob Ford opposed pretty much any government spending he wasn't just an anti families had some trials and tribulations in the weather the storm and keep moving on despite his many scandals rob Ford announced he would run for mayor in twenty ten and brother Doug would run to take over his city council seat in Togo few people took him seriously at first but right from the beginning rob Ford began.
"d ford" Discussed on Commons
"The street level dealer he was the one who I believe with organized supply of the street level dealers which means he is getting it from someone else who probably had other criminal conduct early age now Kathy Ford the oldest of the four had her own serious issues she flirted with white supremacy in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s mostly because of her pretty nice one but it had disappeared and Doug Senior was pissed so he did what any reasonable person would do he got all of his kids to take answered questions from a retired Toronto Police officer all of them denied taking the money but the polygraph said that Kathy and her husband had been lying caffeine back home there was only one of the strange tragic twists and Kathy's life leader on another romantic partner would accidentally shoot her in the face brothers rob and Doug Doug was considered to be the smart one and he was groomed to take over the family business deco labels and tags but rob my hero overall end of story he wants told a Toronto Life reporter and in Nineteen Ninety six he did try and failed to win a seat on Toronto City Council but four years later with his brother Doug acting as his campaign manager he won he even got an endorsement from the Toronto Star of all places.
"d ford" Discussed on Commons
"Jonathan Goolsbee kindle ends news editor was Night Rob Ford was elected in two thousand ten as expected it to be a close election modern Toronto is a city split between its downtown and the suburbs physically cycle ugly and politically former liberal cabinet minister George Smitherman was the man for the downtown elites but rob Ford had skyrocketed from out of nowhere to become the tribune of the suburbs so Jonathan a prototypical downtown man made his way into Fort Territory I took the to see out to the Charleston percenter she's my second time their first time taking transit there to Rob Ford's event I believe polls closed eight o'clock I got there I think maybe ten minutes ten fifteen minutes after eight and walking through the hall you know realizing that the election had already been declared and Ford was the winner that was I imagine I mean maybe not the same level of horror as people in the United States Edwin Donald trump was elected but there's still like Holy Shit were this is happening this is going to happen emotions and the Toronto Congress Centre running high that night it wasn't tense people were there people were angry people were amped and when Rob Ford came in to the Tiger which I will never forget it was the first physically intense experience having covering Ford I can't remember if there were bouncers or what but there was a lot of fucking shoving of people to make way for him and I remember getting jostled around in a way that I was not used to covering politics but would become used to in the coming ears rob Ford ascended to the stage beaming with pride draped around his neck was a Garland of flowers given to him by supporter of they are divided we are united we are united on that stage was the rest of the Ford family his wife or not I was beside him behind him his sister Kathy his nephew Michael and his older brother Randy wearing a black cowboys ahead to his right was Doug Ford draped in his own garland and who had just one rob Ford's pulled city council seat this was Rana's new first family most people didn't realize at the time is that almost all of them were harboring dark secrets that over the next decade the holes city the province the country even the world would find out about that wouldn't stop there rise by the end of the story the fords will be even more powerful than when they started but on that stage at that Moment Rob Ford was still savoring his victory that is not what people would be saying for years from that night many people predicted that the Ford mayoralty would end up being deranged circus but no one on Cellino one could have predicted the chaos to come but this wasn't the beginning of the Ford Dynasty when Rob Ford died in two thousand sixteen that wasn't even close to the end.
"d ford" Discussed on Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia
"WHO's currently on the hit each show flip it like disick. Let's welcome gorgeous and very talented will afford a yeah you had me in my room singing with my brush rush. Let me tell you I love this song that no child doing in front of their mirror. You're not far from her. No no no no. I was in my teens. YOKIP okay well. It's totally okay stories for you. We already give him so. I opened up for you. Stop this. Yes yes you stop. It wasn't in a mall. Yes Kamal Tour Everest always at the Glendale Galleria and I think it was two thousand two who may be and I won this kiss. FM contest was the next big pop hop start and I ended up winning this whole thing and then like you're going to open up for Willa Ford in Youngstown. Toya and I ended up doing remember those names that is so over you. I was fourteen. Maybe four maybe thirteen or fourteen. I would have liked to seen what we were both wearing at. I I remember your zero idea. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you that you remember what you were doing. It was from guests and I was like a Gold Crop Tov and these bronze pants and slack fears was is very Iran and I looked like a scene angular Persian Christine. Thank you for sure here's like it was over the top for sure and I'm sad i. It's awesome the poster for me. I'd probably have been my storage so if you had that would have been questionable. Thank you bye. That's so funny incredible. I mean Oh wow oh yeah you. Oh my God that song album everything assure about that saw aw were. I can tell you totally yeah video. Oh my God you're in the video. Is You know I had never adopt doc point. I had never been on camera. I had never seen my cell phone cameras so I was like twenty and when I had no make I looked like I was like twelve right and so I was like okay doc you are sexy and like I'm really going out there and then I'm thinking Oh my God am i going to let the total idiot and no they show me the edited version that does not even look like me. You not look like me and so that was a really interesting moment. So was you like you being like the rebel pop star of that era that was that a natural thing just happened. I you know you were born. Christina got dirty was bad. It was a rebellious thing so I ain't been signed to labels for two years I leading up to that song and they wanted me to write more bubblegum stuff and one day I went into the studio. After running a big talk. I was so pissed and I was literally looked at that. I I was working with Josh and Brian. I'm like we're going to write a song about being back. I we are and I'm like Oh. Yes you know you've done now and I was like I love and so I turned it into. MCA records and of course they were like what do we do with what to do with this and then Jason some flow of lava heard the song. I'll tell you what we do. I buy her out of her deal and you let me have her and then he released it. Go Yeah because they didn't know. They had a hit on their hands. I mean and they were just like no. You can't because they wanted the bubblegum. Save wanted that safe. PA wanted out like White Caucasian this blind situation then I always like look I am the opposite of all these things and I felt like authentic to come out saying that I was not well. I'm glad that you did that. I'm glad absolutely I love. The music industry does that they get in this like okay. This is what's Papa right now. It's an obvious. It obviously works when yes yeah obvious when let's run with. Let's keep winning any investment right. It's like easy investments the pop singers at that time. It costs so much to launch one that it's it's like when you did it. You put so many eggs in the basket right. You could not fail or you lose your job. I think yeah there are not a lot of trailblazers when it comes to that the good news is now we have all social control and stuff so people can become stars right on their own on their own right and the game is completely changed how you know twenty years difference would have been a very different scene but I played the game for awhile you know as you should have to as you know from that also what are your so since. I knew you from that I can't remember what flight will. Riyan remember on your plate. You're playing with my toddler for your kid because it was a few years back but you were sitting by the window and you're sick and you told me you were like like you can have my c. or something like that but I'm GonNa go sit with my husband because I feel like shit or something like that can't no problem or something I I was really like. You're sick so you feel bad when you have to be somewhere and you have to fly and you're like the ill when so many pulls up next to me and they're like sacking. You're like you gotta we I if I if I could just yes yeah over here so so forget textiles like switched seats will will for the past press pass funny so okay so then how what's the transition going from pop star to like was what you do in between so I was I mean obviously artists creates right do do I wrote my own music which is not something that people did really back then and I would write my own pop songs and stuff like that so it's always creating always. I've had a love for design. What was fortunate. Is My pop career. Allow me to travel the world because I grew up on a farm right so without my career never would have seen the things that I've had the chance to see the and being cultured in a way that was just very different. How I grew up yeah. Where did you grow Ruskin Florida ruskin steak tomatoes fancy uh-huh we grew tomatoes the wild child. I was known as a tomboy go kart no makeup yeah yeah pretty much the opposite of like weed and make far yeah farmland good stuff so I was always creating and I started acting. They did a lot of acting stuff and again like wasn't a tangible start to finish thing for me because I wasn't writing scripts and I had already been designing my own homes and then some friends asked me for hope and I continue to sort of work that angle I went for the interior designer at one point in Texas and she said to me. I don't really need me to do this. You could probably do it. You just didn't understand the business model right so like all women should do. She mentored me and then she sort of so I decided I think when I met my husband decided to start a family as keynote I just I need a break. I've been I've been in the entertainment industry in and out. Are you ride the highs and the lows I since I was seventeen right. I was ready. I was ready to take a break and I knew I wanted to protect what was going to be my future son and I took that step back. It created a business model. I just decided to do something very different and so for since two thousand twelve I had been building that meanwhile everybody's going where's will afford what is she you doing alright but I'm out there hustling and building something yet. I felt like we'd be generational and something that I could be proud of no absolutely and so I went I went over and I created something so organically. When all of this sort of came about like you know Scott I had done a couple of things for him and then he contacted back to me so I'm doing this show. Would you mean I'm like Ooh. What is his cabinet ally. In here. I have just become really accustomed to being out of the spotlight and so after where people have faith so after like lots lots of conversations with my husband and talking about what the what we would be okay with what we want me okay with. My family was off limits. That was the big thing. I knew if I'm GONNA protect them. Then the rest didn't matter to me. Roy Moore is so you're like. This is just my career. I'm focusing work like showing owing correct. Ultimately my client list is my client lists like the show doesn't take that or give it away like it doesn't matter still my clients so I felt like you know. It's the worst. I idea to show the world but I'm doing like this is probably great opportunity and rather than coming from a place of fear. I just wanted to embrace it and that's yeah so that's kind of story of that. It's a super inspiring to start over yeah. It's amazing people in the entertainment industry have a hard time too because we put are worse in what people say we're successful or famous or popularity or you know where do you rank on that scale you know popularity and we put so much worth in it and so to take. Bach for it from it was actually the most healthy thing that I can do. I'm sure it was very freeing as and it's been free and coming back to it you know my my two cents meter like I don't. I don't care if they have such a really fantastic thing at home than this is just all icing on the cake okay great. I tell my story do what I love and then I go home right. You're already going to be doing what you're doing what you're doing. Nobody can take that away. That's now. That's why our and that's the control that I have this time. They did not have before right. You know with music. It's like yeah you could create it but when somebody's telling you we need you to write this becomes it becomes less of love and it'd be warm and it and it becomes work and so in this case. I have clients telling me like Ooh I would like this that I could handle that all day long but yes controlling controlling my own destiny is quite important to me. Yes absolutely especially as a woman to have that power and control. That's where it's at yeah. I think I was raised to believe that I had all that power like my mom and my dad both raised me to believe and and I don't think a lot of women even kids in general are that fortunate but my parents never said I was five and I was like I still sending you lock right. I was like I'm going to do that. Cut All my hair off on one side of my head. My poor mom gave me a whole from Hell but the point is is. My parents were like okay. That's what you maybe don't do that haircut cut but like you know yeah you can do that and so they always die and I think it comes from like the people around you saying yes to to having not in your soul like that with your son. Oh my gosh he could be anything. He wants to be his mom so I think he's smart at the funny. He's three the challenge that he's physical kid. In the world took my is what it is his father played in the NFL. Oh his grandfather is a hall of Famer. People like is going to play football and I go really smart. That's what I'm hoping you know what I mean so we don't care what he does house who he is and we just want him to be the best Elijah he could be..
"d ford" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"There's injury concerns looming for him now that you know, we kind of heard that his hamstring groins been a little tight lately. What do think about deforest performance so far? This was kind of the big reason I really wanted to dive in on both Houston. Ford is. I feel like there's a misconception of what each players bringing the field every day. That's why I kinda start just with both of them and we're looking at every snap. I was focusing on the pass, rush this week. So I didn't look as much into the run defense, which is still deformed, little blow, average, Justin, Houston still great. So we won't even go too much farther into that. But as far as a pass rusher. D. Ford's consistent. Like it's been an issue throughout his career that he's up and down. He comes and goes a little spurts, but this year he's been consistent. He's winning so many different ways like his speed rushes what it's always bug. Everybody remembers him even rookie. The few times you got on the field like he hasn't speed. It was just could he do anything else? And now he's got inside counters. He gets a speed, the power teams pay attention to him more than anybody else. Long chiefs defense a frown passing downs. Okay. With d. are some of the changes to his Pash passers plain new is this? Is this a two thousand eighteen finding? Or is this just he's using more things consistently this year than he has in the past? Oh boy, you're gonna try to get me to talk for hours on this one. So d- Ford had elders, thirty seconds, dean, four, four shooting for a minute. D Ford had all of these moves back in Auburn, like people don't realize that Auburn, he had a handful of moves that he used all the time. It was just everything was easy. Because he was so much faster than the tackle cross from q. up the NFL he gets here. He's still super fast, but he's not that much faster than everybody else. And now all of a sudden he has to use those same moves from to get into the good position to beat the block. It just wasn't as working. He didn't have the functional strength. His technique wasn't exactly on point. So his bullrushes inside counter just never was affected. He had it wasn't effective. So therefore he just simply didn't use it. We kinda saw when he had that stretches sacks what two years ago he was starting to put them together. You start to see a little bit more been to few more counters than he got hurt than last year hurt. And now this year we're getting that same d for that started to put everything together and it's just a matter of he's been in the NFL longer. He's figured out how to do it at this level rather than at the college level. It just took a couple years before everybody saw it. So they thought that he had nothing but speed in. He's again. Okay. Let's hope not. We mean it. We might know by the time this podcast goes up, who knows? Maybe that'd be, that'd be nice to have him back in the mix. Okay. Just in Houston, and I just wanted to. I watched the game live and I just there's, there's a, there's a few times where it stood out the lack of effort that I thought he had, and it was kind of disappointed at first watch with some of his effort and stuff like that. But you've watched every single snap of Justin Houston to this point. Now, what did you think first off about the forty Niners performance? So the forty Niners essentially left Houston on an island verse, a rookie off into tackle for the majority of the game. And when he wasn't being blocked by a rookie offensive tackle, they sent tight ends at him one on one with no real help incite. That's not a good look for your top. Pass. Rusher getting one on one blocked by any offense of tackle let alone a rookie or tied it. That's just not acceptable..