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Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy

Pop Fashion

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy

"You having a bad day. Every retailer in America. Absolutely. Tell me more. Let's talk about the list of bankruptcies. Since the last time you and I talked I Lucky Jeans G Star Rob Off Though Brooks Brothers chapter eleven. This was not a surprise. They have been struggling for a little while now, but I wanted to delve into this company just a little bit because it's an American brand. We have very few brands that are made in the USA. Have such a big heritage. They are two hundred and two years old for our country. That's pretty big deal. Nothing lasts for two hundred two years. Right that's almost as old as the Dang country. They filed for chapter eleven with plans to permanently close fifty one stores. There are a number of companies that are interested in possibly buying the company including Simon Property Group, Simon Property Group is interested. They are the company that owns all those malls. And the crazy thing about this is they just sued brooks brothers a few weeks ago and then dropped the suit for not paying the rent for not paying their rent. They took him to court for almost nine million dollars in unpaid rent, and then they dropped it and I'm guessing. They dropped it because they realized that this was about. Come around the corner, right? They have been slowly closing stores over the past two years and two thousand eighteen. They had nearly seven hundred stores globally now they have five hundred. They're saying of course because PAT stomach, but the truth is pants off changed over the past few years. Literal Pants think of all those Khakis who's wearing them anymore like the static for what you wear to work has changed really in the past decade, and they have stayed the same brand, which in many ways as good because they have a visual heritage and history. Eh, with apparel. They dressed Abraham Lincoln. They've dressed many many presidents. They also have. A history that I was just made aware of this week. I don't know if you know about this. Lisa but I did some research because I got a tip from friends that Brooks Brothers has a complicated history with slavery. This is not something that they talk about so there's not a lot of information out there on it, but I did find an article from Smithsonian magazine that said quote Brooks Brothers was the top of the line slave clothing slave traders would issue new clothes for people. They had to sell, but they were usually cheaper. Ooh, that is complex. I did not know this part of their at all. Do they ever like apologize for that? They don't talk about it. Because if you don't talk about, it never happened right. Wow, but they made the clothes said. They've made their clothes in the United States, but this past May. They started shutting down some of their factories, their factories New, York north, Carolina and Massachusetts were all starting to slowly closed down so. People knew that they were going to maybe off. Start off shoring some of their apparel, but it was in limbo. What was going on with the company and they really weren't saying anything yet, but the writing was on the wall less than an hour ago. Bloomberg reported that authentic brands group put a bid in for the company. Authentic brands. Group owns a bunch of brands including barneys. New York forever twenty one fredericks of Hollywood nine West Jones New York, juicy couture and sports illustrated. That's all over the

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Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

theScore Esports Podcasts

05:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

"Sunday. June, fourteenth at twitter account with the handle. Handle CS rough, tweeted out quote, rip me Ho. He was a good kid. It really sucks. What happened and quote the person he was talking about was his friend who goes by the name Mi-ho a see us go player with a long history applying playing on ESPN now. If you guys aren't Cisco, heads, ESPN is basically a platform that for a price gives you access to better servers in a more robust anti cheat system. Also has its own amateur league system. Where you in a five stack can sign up to play organized. Go well rubs. Tweet was pretty low key in me. Ho is by no means well known in the go seen. This news quickly spiraled out of control. Because the reality is me, Ho wasn't dead Yep me Ho faked his death, but why he did. It is a little more complicated than it seems, and we'll get to that in just a second I promise now I've deemed back and forth with rough and to be clear. He did not know this news fake when he originally tweeted, he legitimately thought his friend had died and was told this news by. By people he trusted eventually. The news caught the attention of Oso. Dank on top of having a fantastic handle works a support staff for rank s for Ese a and if you guys didn't know, rank s is basically as highest level of competition, a ton of pros past and present got their start there and I actually talked. Dank was sad to hear the news about me. Hope passing especially because he just talked two hours before he got the news, and then around two thirty is when I saw the first tweet from his teammate Ashley from his friend, or whatever it was saying that he died. Was You know in a car accident etcetera? So I'm shocked him on twitter and ask them like you know. What like you know what happened in like? I'm sorry you're that etc and told me that his. Cousin said he got hit by a drunk driver in the in any died. So that's all I had to go on. So I made that tweet of mine, just 'cause. It sucks to see people you know. Pass away in the community, and it's like you know it's. Never a thing to see soon after that people notice that me, Ho was playing ceus. Go on, ESPN A and well. Yeah, he wasn't dead and once Oh. Dang found fat out. He tweeted out that he was disappointed. Such news was played for laughs. Now here's where the why he did. It comes back into play, and it is a little confusing. After people found out that me wasn't debt and was playing ESPN. League matches with his friends multiple East sports news outlets broke above the situation and the article state that me Ho allegedly faked his death in order to get a thirty day. Ban on his. Account and they attributed this fact to him, but that's not true, and here's why first off after the story blew up me. Ho tweeted out that he didn't do it to get around the thirty day ban, but because him and his friends thought it would be funny on top of that. That's not how the sea community guidelines work. Basically me, hope is given the thirty day ban for threatening another player while competing in rank. Rank s qualifier match. This was his fourth banned for threatening another player in his eighth GSA band since two thousand seventeen, and it was this latest thirty day offense that also Dang was talking to me Ho about hours before he died, he reached out to me through discord, and like asking me about the ban, and like asked me about multiple things like I'm not like I'm not gonNA. Sit there and argue with somebody like. I didn't really talk much more after that I just I told them like why he was and what he said. And what you know, the reason is now. If you banned ESPN qualifier, you are still allowed to compete at the league with the team that you signed up with and I know that sounds confusing, but basically why does it this way comes down to a matter of scheduling? It only applies really severe. Bans like Dan Abrasion you can't play league batches, but with like community conduct violations where like you get banned from a Pug or saints on a platform like we still allow us to play league matches or does because. There would there would be a lot of scheduling problems if if that wasn't allowed so the idea that me faked his own death in order to get around thirty day, ban on his account makes no sense because under Ese community guidelines me, hope was still allowed to play an as league, which is exactly what he did, which ultimately how he got caught, and now we've ended up here. Okay, so we've gone this far, and we haven't heard from me. Ho yet well DMZ him. Asking how this all started UAE, he decided to fake his own death, and basically he told me that he was peer pressured into it by A. Teammate, and yeah, he apparently signed to Valentim, called trillium, and he's making racks so good for him I guess now according to Oso Dank he doesn't think me. Hosts going to get another fan because this happened on twitter and had nothing to do with the sea, so as me, weights out his latest band, continuing to play CS, Goer Valor and it's safe to say that this story is pretty

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Mac Power Users: The Notes Roundup

Mac Power Users

04:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Mac Power Users: The Notes Roundup

"Let's start with you. Know the one the default for so many people and that's the apple notes up. Yeah, and if you had told somebody ten years ago, Hey, in a decade apple is to be really good, and everyone's just gonNa use it because it's on the phone and the computer and everything you may have been laughed out of the room. Young 'cause the apples history to get rid is now is full of bad ideas. Yeah, I would've just L.. O. L.. L. O., L. L. O. L. IN MERCKER Felton sent it to you. Yeah, and I think of anything. So, way back in the day on the Mac. Apple added both notes and reminders to the mail application. I guess you could see that you have like. Oh, I can make a reminder a note out of the sandbox message or something I never one of those things to be mixed. And it did so using weird I met folders, and so you kind of have them on your other devices. That was really really hit or miss, and it was only in the mail APP for a few versions of Mac Os ten, and then it slowly. Away think apple realize no one was using it. While also I have to the the. Team didn't have the I cloud backbone at the time. Oh No, no, we're talking like. That was even before dropbox so psyched they're like. HOW'RE WE GONNA SINK? These notes and somebody said Hey. Let's use I'm APP which. Is Really Putting a square peg into a round hole, probably with a lot of force, but it did kind of work. I never used it either because I never trusted your. We're talking like Mac os ten Tiger Leopard. I mean way way back in the day. But that came and went, and the original iphone showed up, and it had notes APP you made a marker felt joke a second ago. That was the font used. which is like the one step classier than Comic Sans? I think just my personal typeface feelings. I'm not sure, but it's definitely I'm not sure it's classier. But the it's really funny that that APP came out of Apple. Let's just say that. Right. It didn't sink with anything eventually you got I map sinking, but I think the idea was the original iphone. NO THIRD PARTY APPS Houston to place to like. Something really quickly and in those early days I used it on the iphone on occasion, but once there were third party applications on the phone. Apple notes really just really fell behind. It really got to a point where. No one who needed any real features could use it because it was so simple and so basic. But then things started getting better in Iowa nine. That was the big release where we kind of got very one of apple notes as we know it today, yeah, I, mean thinks in just kind of better. It was I. Remember walking out of that keynote, thinking what the heck just happened to apple notes. It was like they fired the old one into the sun. And out of that the Phoenix flu, you know and it was. Brand new APP with an actual sinking platform that made sense. The marker felt was gone. It had organization and it was supposed to work on all your devices, and it was like I. Guess Apple had been paying attention to all these third party apps and finally said okay. We can do this, too. Yeah and Iowa's. I'M GONNA put in the show notes Federico's I was on review. Because when you look at it, it is clearly the foundation they've built on ever since and in the. I guess five years or so since Iowa's nine, they've added so many features. You can use it to scan documents and you can do a lot of sharing. Were Talk About Apple? Pencil stuff showed up. And that continues to get better. It really gave them a modern base to work from, and it's on the MAC now, and that wasn't true. In Iowa's nine. It took I think another year for the MAC version to catch up, but is now everywhere including the Web I cloud dot com. And it's it's pretty Dang good.

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Taiwan mayor loses recall vote in blow for pro-China opposition

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:15 min | 2 months ago

Taiwan mayor loses recall vote in blow for pro-China opposition

"Now a high profile math from Taiwan's main opposition party lost a recall vote over the weekend. So what do we need to know about it well? Ron Is the director of Oxford University's China Center joins US on the line. Now run a good off name. Thanks for being with us. Tell us a bit about this mare and tell us what this these moves over the weekend main. Will this is really a very major event. In Taiwan Politics Hungary the man who was recalled and has now lost his job as mayor of Kaohsiung. The second biggest city in Taiwan in the south was actually very popular figure he was actually the candidate for the opposition Nationalist Women Dang party. In last year's sorry. The earlier this year s presidential election, which was won by. The incumbent president tying one, and this means that he's essentially had a massive full from grace, a the reason essentially that he was put out for recall was that some of his political opponents argued that by running for president. He'd been neglecting his job as man, but I think that most people think that wouldn't have happened. Had it not been for the increasing unhappiness at the sense that his party is? Is relatively more friendly to mainland China and right now and certainly within the last few months. That's very voter unfriendly position to take in Taiwan politics well, indeed runner and I wanted to ask you a bit about that wide context, of course, if we go back to the start of the year knees, elections in the problems that the the the the opposition party had because of exactly that sort of. anti-china sentiment. I guess we can. We can call it. That it is all bound up together inextricably, isn't it? Eighty and it's become much more so within the last year or so essentially two things or two or three things have come together at once. One is that China is much a baking mainland China is much more hostile to the current incumbent government presidency, in Taiwan, which is run by the Democratic People's Party, which take Louis would like independence Taiwan, but they know that to put that forward openly as A. Direct plan would probably lead to a very very strong. Maybe military reaction from from China and China much prefers it when the other body equaling Dang is actually in an office. So that was one thing, but the other side was the sign. One who's economic record were was not all that might be was looking as if she was running for a defeat and then Hong Kong happened last year's protests protests in the. The streets against the proposed dishing bill essentially enabled her party to use a very convincing slogan. which was this call next year possibly Taiwan variance. Oh, that and that meant that? Essentially she had one office by placing herself up as a candidate who would not in any way bow to the demands of the mainland, which of course is now seen as an authoritarian and very aggressive state in the minds of many Taiwanese voters. Rona is something to learn I. Mean I think that point especially about the comparisons with Hongkong timings there of friction that we we've seen. Is it actually helpful to try and better understand what potentially the next steps could be in Taiwan with liquor, opposition, politics, or the balance of relationship with Beijing, is that genes truck to look to Hong Kong? Does that sort of muddy the waters yet further? It's it is instructive. Look at Hong Kong as long as understands the differences, and the most crucial one is the whether one likes it or not. Hong Kong is now a part of China's sovereign rule. It was handed back by us by the British in one, thousand, nine, hundred seven, and it is now part of People Republic of China will. Governance is overseen by treaty signed between the two countries way back in nineteen eighty five. Taiwan is different. It has never been reunified with the mainland since the. Civil War in China was one in Nineteen forty-nine by chairman. Mao Mounts Dome. But of course that separation has become more and more of a sore. That needs to be dealt with in the minds of the mainland Chinese. The differences that very much, unlike Hong, Kong Taiwan does have a not. Very strong, but certainly real promise of a certain amount of assistance Ritz on defense from the United States on the something called the Taiwan Relations Act passed in Washington in Nineteen, seventy nine, so there is a military backstop that might just might be used limits very unlikely that gives people in Beijing Portsmouth old in a way. That's not true for obvious reasons for Hong, Kong. Run I just wonder and at the risk of asking You impossibly complex question and not giving enough time to answer it. What! What's the next critical juncture to look for? If we look at this balance in Taiwan, is there a specific event is question of looking at what happens at the ballot box are there particular political Moose depend on on individuals, or is it that sort of that always tricky question? You know how the public decide to take particular developments. What do we need to account for in the in the weeks ahead? I think it's important to look out for language both on Taiwan, site analyst side of the People's Republic of China on the side of the People's Republic. You have to look and see if there's any indication that moving away from their standing statement that they would be peaceful reunification with Taiwan, always use that word now. What disappeared from one of the officials statements a few weeks ago, which caused quite a flurry, as you can imagine, but mysterious enough to what peaceful came back in the mouth of Prime Minister Meka Chang a couple of weeks later, maybe the there was a quarrel over, and it was reinserted, or maybe they just forgot if that changes again on. On the long term, it's not on the peaceful reunification that does make a difference and back anti one. You have to look at how far the wider population which of course is a liberal multi-party democracy where the mainland is not looks at this white, a question of separation. They are aware that Beijing said that their absolute blood red line is the Taiwan must not declare formal independence, but there is also increasing disillusionment in the wider population of Taiwan that the mainland really gets what it means to be a free multi-party democracy in the way that Taiwan is in the meeting of minds, very unfortunately doesn't seem doesn't seem to be very apparent. Right at the moment. Date Arana always get to hear from you that our friend from Oxford University, Rana meter, joining us here on the briefing monocle twenty

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Tyler Reddick on his impressive debut at Darlington

NASCAR America

02:29 min | 2 months ago

Tyler Reddick on his impressive debut at Darlington

"Welcome to another edition of Nascar America at home at home for three of us at the race track for one of US have myself Steve. Jeff Burton Dale and the driver of the number eight. Catch Chevy for our CR tyler. Rettig straight off of what seventh-place good rundown demand by last lap. Air Jones had a problem there and was right on my tail and he was about to get that position from me but had to fight hard those last few laps and was able to close it out with some place. Finish dollar your fast all day long. And you know what? What was it about your car? Were you surprised at how good it was? And where do you think you were the strongest? And how are you able to get you know? Drive yourself up through the field. You had to pass a lot of cars all day long. Yeah I made a few mistakes on the first start and really didn't pass anybody and then after the second start that we had there I I really didn't get going at all. I was probably further back than what I started. And then all of a sudden I just start rolling the top one into pretty good runs close to the fence before it really got rub it in and we hope to make a lot of time up there but Yeah it was a tough day. I mean we just finally got tradition in the top five caught. Peace that Louis New Banner and We tried to fix that and get that off the car we had a control. Tyre and all the way back to twenty three. Start of the day add. Add to come to the front again or try to Best we got with seven so tyler junior. Now we're talking during the race about your line you and how you just mentioned it. Run highlight and wanted to a lot of people. Run the high line in the middle of the. You're running it on the exit until you actually use a lot of racetrack up kind of no man's land if if you got two or three inches too far out you're gonNA hit the wall. How are you so confident to run up there at such a young age? Well Great Valentine's in the simulator? We tire out of the tires. It Brad Miller of it actually didn't slow the car down that much and it actually felt really really good. I was really surprised that even worked in the simulator and obviously we all know de Hamlin makes a credible amount of time even more inexpensive expanding cars than than a cup car but with today star fall off that we saw that line came into play really early and I was almost scared like what Danny likes joke about is. I don't want to use it too much and show my hand but it was so Dang fast at times that it was it was it was hard not to run in it but we definitely for sure about halfway through the race made a few wrong adjustments and it allowed everybody else to catch up to us but I mean I got braces Darlington race. That long it's going to change more than I've ever experienced there an xfinity car so that was. It was definitely a challenge today.

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"Play It Again Sam!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"Play It Again Sam!"

"Drug became famous giving away free ice water but now that we work here. We can put by plan into action to make a fortune. It's very simple. We just have to take these cups and just then Dr. Steve was interrupted by the owner of Waldrop himself. Tad Houston all right. Y'All sit here. Yes Sir Mr used it. What did you say your name was again? Billy Bob Mr. Houston I'm Sally. May's older brother. She was awfully sorry she got all tied up and couldn't make shift but I told her I'd feeling for a while. I appreciate that kind of spirit boy. I'm just wondering why you had to wear her dress will. This is the store. Uniform is not it is but owner. Mind look we're about to open. There's already a line of people outside eager to get in your man in the Cup station. Right yes sir. All set excellent now went. Wait a minute what is that. What's what that thing standing next to you there. Yes you whatever you are sir. Why that's a that's a Jack local. Of course they thrive pretty well around these here. Power Jag. A that gives me an idea. I wonder if I could make a big statue of a to oops are the doors are open gets in with those cup has a throng of thirsty tourists. Pours in through the front door of wall. Drug are here on void prototype Dr Graham their fateful roebuck opinion. Ships land that time and space ship near the store. Remember Dr Grant. We don't want to go to seen. Dr Steve is apparently secured some form of employment at Wall Drug and we much foil his plot without letting anyone know from the future. I got Dr Floyd good thing. We have these period costumes. Yes poses a typical American family of the time stopping by to get your water. I'll be the doctor. Ub The sun and guess chips. You have to be the mom because the week in the dress will cover your more robotic. Tapert good now. Let's go stop. Dr Steve. Heroes Enter Wall drug amid a sea of tourists lined up to get their free ice water us by Dr Steve at the Cup station and hide behind a pickle barrel to watch what he's doing or four cups blue. Go Surf Floor Cups. They are tan sands apiece. So that'll be forty cents. But I thought the water was free. Oh the ice water is free. Yes Sir cups at ten cents apiece. Oh I see well all right. Here's forty cents. Thank you sir. The ice water whale is right over there fidget. Put these in your coin purse cheaper. Dr Floyd you see what he's doing. I sure do grant that no good. Laos is charging for the cups. That was never part of Ted. Ted's vision. What are we going to do when one thing we can do? What does me? I didn't shave. It was coming from this barrel. Our hero spoil the LID and spy a young girl bound and gagged in the barrel. Golly Tucker Floyd who is this is supposed to be employees. Dr Steve Ambush to get that ridiculous dress. He's wearing here. Let me take the bag off. Are you okay fan? But when I get my hands on the guy who did this to me isn't going to be fine. You said it sister. Just sit tight here for a second. I've got a plan. We'll get him for sure. You've got it Dr Greg. Follow my lead. Sure thing Dr Floyd Sallie Mae Swings back down into the barrel s Dr Floyd Dr Grant and Chips Approach Cup station. Good name my good man. I would like to have three cups for myself my wife and my son certainly sir. That'll be thirty cents. Thirty percent is water was calm down. Please there's no reason to get upset up shut. You promised me free. Ice Water remains free willy. But the cups of ten cents apiece most underhanded Dang I've heard of a bait and switch techniques. This one takes the cake taking advantage of poor. Tour's surreally really. We can settle this problem without shouting. What exactly is going on over here? Billy Bob you see Mr Houston this gentleman. Ralph what's going on over here? You're advertising free ice water yet. You're charging ten cents a cup Sir. You must be mistaken. We do not charge for cups. Everything about the US. Water IS FREE. The asked the water the cups. It's all free. Employees tried to charge me ten cents for each. Billy Bob is his true will sir. I thought that was the kind of thing. That capitalist like yourself would won't see we've already made over five dollars. Let's get something straight. I am not a capitalist. I'm trying to give people something they need. And if they buy something in addition to that well then that's fine. I truly believe anyone can succeed if you reach out to people in need. Now give me that money now. I'm terribly sorry sir. Here are your free cups. Is there anything else I can get you on the house? Of course my son would like a pickle of course have him go. Pick one out. Golly THANKS MR HOUSTON. I'll get one from this barrel right here. Not to grant goes over and lifts the top of the barrel and out pop sally. May's tapped me up. Stir address and Miss Beryl. Is this true? Will you see that? Would you do that to your poor sister? Not My sister I mean I mean. Well she is. How's your sister? A I have a feeling I'm being hoodwinked ear. Oh Sam just then from behind the panels steps like huge gorilla. Who STUMPS OVER TO MR HOUSTON? Sam I would like you to relieve this charlatan of Sally's dress and throw him and his Jack Elope out into the street. All those in the store singing samna piano blamed guerrilla grabs Dr Steven one swift motion removes him from selling as dress. Leaving is underwear. Nice boxers there billy Bob or should I say doctor Steve Louis. I should've known grant opens the door for Sam as he hurls Dr Steven Vigil after Landing Dr Steven. Hi Taylor back to their time and space ship. I'm terribly sorry for all the trouble. Sir. Don't mention it. You've got a great place here and I see a big future in appreciate dad yeah. Someday I'd like to expand it a bit. I've always wanted a big backyard. Someday Mr Houston Some Day. Come on grant son. Let's get back on the road. Sure thing dad come on mom. Can I borrow the car Friday night? Dad Get on the ship. Can I borrow ten dollars? Go get on. The ship are heroes returned to their ship and blast back off into the time and space. Trim has Dr. Steve learned his lesson. We'll have to continue chasing him throughout time. And just what did you think about having to wear a wig?

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On Earth Day, What You Can Do For The Environment

Short Wave

02:20 min | 3 months ago

On Earth Day, What You Can Do For The Environment

"Madison shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong Hey Mattie. Hey you so kwong. It's a listener question episode that we have perfectly timed because tomorrow is Earth Day the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day. And yes and you know. What Earth is shortwave replenish? We love you. We love your tectonic plates. Your Ocean absolutely. You're many fungi and insects. Kwong favourite insect on three one To Walking Lady Bug but as we all know our home planet is getting warmer We've had evidence of climate change since nineteen sixty when Charles Keeling measured carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere and detected in annual rise and climate. Change has of course progressed significantly in the past few decades bringing costly changes to our oceans and forests soil and air so this leads us to our listener question right right like this one from Janet Grou- in Heidelberg Germany one topic which is very much in the news. These days and very much on my mind is climate change. It's something which is causing many people a great deal of anxiety because they feel helpless in the face of it. So what can individuals do to slow global warming? Thanks for the question Janet and you know we like to over promise over deliver on short yes so I took this question straight to the top to folks who have thought about this more than most. Hello my name's Tom. Rivett CARNAC and I'm Christina Vienna's Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett. Carnac were lead negotiators for the United Nations during the two thousand fifteen Paris agreement. Dang Quang those. They're like big time climate folks. It's true only the best for our listeners. And this landmark document. The Paris agreements really crafted the language. That we now use to talk about. Climate Change Action. Here's Cristiana. We knew that this would be a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to how one hundred ninety five countries come around and agree. This is our one chance and we have to set out the in dire thing the way that science

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Pareto Product Programming with Philip Poots

Ruby on Rails Podcast

04:48 min | 4 months ago

Pareto Product Programming with Philip Poots

"Has ruby on rails been the focus of the majority of your web developer career yet pretty much so since since two thousand seventeen I go to a job in two thousand nineteen so actually in the North. I was in the In Scotland I and then I moved to the northeast of England and it was actually pretty difficult at that point to find a job in rails in the UK. He either have to go down to London which I wasn't very keen on am or what I should have done is like applied to somewhere in America like twitter or get up before they were huge right so so I started dot net job. And I'd never done anything apart from rails so during the dot net job actually gave me that experience of high horrible and Terrible. It is to program without rails especially at that point right because we're talking. I duNNO WINDOWS ARE. I don't know what don't that hot at the time they didn't even have a speed on. Nbc was literally Web view as it was it was just a mess and the things I was building I was like. I could do this in a couple of weeks with rails. Why am I spending like three months so I quickly got out of that fund? The job with a company actually started very early with the pre one version of rails but I think the version at that point was one point two point three and until I worked in that for a couple of years then. I moved to sage in accounting company. That's where we did like the real to reel. Three upgrades moved to give a like a funding platform for charitable enterprises and that was mainly rails. The only thing there was we moved from like postscript to doing Mongo DB and then moved very quickly back again and then moved to funding gets where it was back in amber jazz from Dent. And I'm where I am not club. Collectors also Manley rails. Yes Oh so pretty much ten years of reels with little ventures here and there to other things I think that's a really fascinating background and I love the fact that you have prior experience with different language and a different framework. You can truly appreciate all that rails can give you. I'm at the point where I think I'm going to have to start producing patches for developers who've done the rails two to three upgrade the rails three to four upgrade. Just because I feel like it's a badge of honor at this point and luckily we're very spoiled now. As Ruben developers were. These upgrades aren't nearly as tough as they used to be. Absolutely so I got to ask you a little bit about this in person when I met you a pair of Srb but I'd love to hear all about club collect and what your role of a VP of engineering means to you. Yes sure so. M many ways the rule of VPN engineering is at club. Collect is is very much a dream job for me so I actually started a club collectors. As a developer in in in the river tame 'em Very grateful to two atom pulse. Eric co-founders so eric was the CTO on 'em he decided to take a step back from operations he loves being involved in companies at the early stages am and he asked me to to to basically step into his position 'em so he's still acting CTO when he's still like assigning board but then I'm like handling day today operations within the engineering and the reason I like. It is the reason I'm always attracted to startups is to be in an environment where you're wearing a lot of different hats and you're in a lot of different things with the goal of seat to have a big impact is possible this versus you know. My experiences in smaller companies are sorry in larger companies. We have a smaller role in a smaller impact. And we really frustrates me. When you get you know m specs through from someone two or three people removed from you with things in them where you think you know if we just change this little bit and not little bit we could have this done in a couple of days but the way it's written it's GonNa take two weeks and then to suggest it and to get the answer back. No this is the way we're GonNa do it at that kind of whist an eliminating. That waste is why I really like working in the startup environment. And so so the you know the day today is is very very an 'em anything from talking to the rest of the management team of the leadership team. You know sales customer operations at customer success am The CFO you know by long term strategies by short-term things that we're going to be Dang 'em to like the nitty gritty of domain name. 'em STUFF FIGURING. I like D mark and all the security stuff that comes along with the role but but really the thing that I love the most about being. Vp of engineering is. Is the

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Cinema owners are hard hit by coronavirus closures

The Frame

06:39 min | 4 months ago

Cinema owners are hard hit by coronavirus closures

"Tens of thousands of theaters around the globe are closed for the foreseeable future. The major studios have many upcoming theatrical releases and distributors are either accelerating the premiers of their films on video on demand and streaming platforms or bypassing theatrical releases entirely. It's an existential crisis for movie theater owners who already were facing flat or declining admissions North America before the Global Pandemic Patrick Corcoran is the vice president and chief communications officer for the National Association of Theatre Owners. Patrick welcome to the show. Thank you John How are you? I'm well? Let's first talk about the scope of the problem. John Fithian the head of NATO said quote overnight. We went from an industry that makes fifteen billion a year to one that is not going to make a penny for three or four months unquote. So what does that mean for your member companies? Well what that means is they need help Just like any public facing business right now. That's closed off. You know sense of public responsibility or because of government action. They're not bringing in any revenue which means they can't pay their employees. They can't pay their bills. They can't pay their rent or their mortgage so we need help from the government Direct help to our employees so that they can be sustained through however long. This crisis lasts Also won't guarantees for our members and small business administration loans for our members so that companies large and small all across this country can get through this crisis so they can open their doors when the crisis passed ad be there to serve their communities and to have jobs available their for their employees when they come back how many people theater staff you know people work the ticket office. Maybe do the clean have been laid off overall. We'd play about one hundred fifty thousand people in the US and the vast majority of them are laid off Executives and management at headquarters are working with no pay a lot of cases strong to talk to bags talking to their landlords. And and all the people say. Oh you know money. To and as far as you know without revenue coming in we simply cannot pay our workers on top of that. There's another big issue. And that is that major studios including Universal Disney and Warner Brothers so far are postponing releases or collapsing. The normal time period between a theatrical release in films appearing on video on demand or streaming and to me that feels like a potentially fundamental shift in. How movies are released and I will. Argue could be an even greater threat to theaters than the corona virus in and of itself. What is NATO's position on that our position on that as we are in close communication with the studios as our our members and in a crisis situation people do things that they would not normally do and we'll continue to do when the crisis is over. We understand since theaters are not open and movies that were in theaters a week and a half ago. We're doing fine but are suddenly now. Taking a no revenue the studios need that revenue. So if they have to move those titles into the home quicker we understand completely. There's no theatrical window at stake because there's no theatrical right now in terms of titles that are delayed. We respect those decisions to delay them till later in the year or into next year with the exception of two movies. One which trolls Universal which decided to go straight to video We think that was a mistake. They probably should rescheduled as they did with the fast and furious nine. Sometimes they're going to have to make money and hand them off to streaming. That's going to happen. Occasionally but the vast majority of titles vast majority of studios are merely delayed. We're talking with Patrick Corcoran from the National Association of theatre owners so NATO said of universal's decision to bypass a theatrical release for trolls world tour quote. Exhibitors will not forget this. What does that mean out a threat? It's it's a simple statement of fact I mean we were in and are in a crisis situation. The way that universal announced it the way they described. It were deeply unhelpful. To theatrical it added to the perception that there was this existential threat beyond the corona virus that is simply not the case and theater owners will of course make their own determinations in the future and as always about what they do in terms of studio policies when this crisis is over the business model still obtains short windows. Do not make the studios any more money. We have some data that were were getting looked at the suggests that the studios actually make less money in the home when they have shorter windows. And you can look over the last fifteen years in show the just incredible shrinkage of the transactional home video market. It's gone from twenty four point. Nine billion dollars in two thousand four to nine point three billion last year a sixty two percent decline people are not they're behavior in their home is not going toward transactional home video when it's going towards streaming and streaming of the second or third window so people can obviously wait people say they're not going to wash Pretty much saying no to it. Larger publicly held theater chains might have access to credit or cash that smaller independent chains or mom and pop operators of theaters. Don't is there a greater threat to us? Thanks to the smaller chains or the independent theaters than there are to the bigger chains right now. I think the threat is across the board and one of the elements of the relief package. That's being negotiated in Congress right now with the administration is for Small Business Administration loans. That will be aimed directly at the kind of businesses that you're talking about the smaller theatre companies smaller mom and pop kind of Dang across the country. And there's also the element of the loan guarantees that will be aimed at larger companies generally and what's necessary for theater owners. It's what's necessary for restaurant owners bars and restaurants all these things that right now have either extremely reduced revenue or no revenue at all. They've got to get through this period of time because I think what what the real risk here is along with the need to fight this pandemic and get that under control is when it's done. We can't have destroyed the economy and you know you talk about vital businesses but these are vital businesses in every community across the country.

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The Danger of Averages

You Need a Budget

09:46 min | 4 months ago

The Danger of Averages

"I want to talk about the danger of averages and to do that I'm GonNa read from a book called the average how we succeed in a world that values sameness by todd. Rose and I will read just A little bit of an expert here are excerpt. Because it's the story is fascinating here. We go in the late nineteen forties the United States. Air Force had a serious problem. It's powder could not keep control of their plans. Although this was the dawn of jet powered aviation and the plans were faster and more complicated to fly. The problems were so frequent and involve so many different aircraft that the air force had an alarming life or death mystery on its hand. It was difficult to be flying. One retired airmen told me you never knew if you're going to end up in the dirt at its worst point. Seventeen pilots crashed in a single day. The government designations for these non-combat mishaps were incidents and accidents. And they ranged from unintended dives and bungled landings to aircraft obliterating fatalities at first the military brass pin the blame on the men in the cockpits citing pilot error as the most common reason in crash reports this judgment certainly seemed reasonable since the plans themselves seldom malfunctioned engineers confirmed this time and again testing the mechanics and electronics of the planes and finding no defects pilots to were baffled. The only thing they knew for sure was at their piloting skills. Were not the cause of the problem if it wasn't human or mechanical error. What was it? After multiple inquiries and with no answers officials turned their attention to the design of the cockpit. Itself BACK IN. Nineteen Twenty Six. When the army was designing its first ever cockpit. Engineers had measured the physical dimensions of hundreds of male pilots. The possibility of female pilots was never a serious consideration and used this data to standardize the dimensions of the cockpit for the next three decades the size and shape of the seat the distance to the pedals and stick the height of the windshield. Even the shape of the flight helmets were all built to conform to the average dimensions of a nineteen twenty six pilot. Now military engineers began to wonder if the pilots had gotten bigger since nineteen twenty six to obtain an updated assessment of pilot dimensions. The Air Force authorized the largest study of pilots that had ever been undertaken in nineteen fifty researchers at right Air Force Base in Ohio measured more than four thousand pilots on one hundred forty dimensions of size including thumb length crotch height and the distance from pilots I to his ear and then calculated the average for each of these dimensions. Everyone believe this improved calculation of the average pilot would lead to a better fitting cockpit and reduce the number of crashes or almost everyone one newly hired twenty-three-year-old scientists had doubts. Lieutenant Gilbert as Daniels was not the kind of person you would normally associate with testosterone drenched culture of aerial combat. He was slender glasses. He lacked flowers and landscaping and in high school was President of the Botanical Garden Club when he joined the Aero Medical Laboratory at Right Air Force Base straight out of College. He had never been in a plane before but it didn't matter as a junior researcher. His job was to measure pilots limbs with a tape measure. It was not the first time gang had measured the human body the aero medical laboratory hard daniels because he had majored in physical anthropology. A field that specialized in the anatomy of humans as an undergraduate at Harvard during the first half of the twentieth century. This field focused heavily on trying to classify the personalities of groups of people according to their average body shapes a practice known as typing for example. Many physical anthropologists believed a short and heavy body was indicative of Mary and fun. Loving personality while receding hairlines and fleshy lips reflected a quote criminal type. Daniels was not interested in typing however instead his undergraduate thesis consisted of a rather plotting comparison of the shape of two hundred fifty male. Harvard students hands the students. Daniels examined were from very similar. Ethnic and socio cultural backgrounds namely widen wealthy but unexpectedly. Their hands were not similar at all even more surprising when Daniels averaged all his data the average hand did not resemble any individuals measurements. There was no such thing as an average hand size quote when I left Harvard. It was clear to me that if you wanted to design something for an individual human being the average was completely useless. Daniels told me so in the Air Force. Put them to work measuring pilots. Daniels harbored a private conviction about averages that rejected almost a century of military design philosophy as he sat in the medical laboratory measuring hands. Legs Way. Sin Foreheads. He kept asking himself. The same question is head. How many pilots really were average? He decided to find out using the size. Data gathered from four thousand sixty three pilots. Daniels calculated the average of the ten physical dimensions believed to be most relevant for design including height chest circumference and sleeve length. These form the dimensions of the average pilot which daniels generously defined as someone who's measurements were within the middle thirty percent of the range of values for each dimension so for example even though the precise average high from the data was five foot nine he defined the height of the quote average pilot as ranging from five seven to five eleven next compared each individual pilot one by one to the average pilot before he crunched numbers that consensus among his fellow. Air Force researchers was at the vast majority of pilots would be within the average range on most dimensions after all. These pilots had already been pre-selected because they appeared to be average-sized. If you were say 6-foot-7 you've never been recruited in the first place. The scientists also expected that a sizable number of pilots would be within the average range on all ten dimensions but even Daniels was stunned when he tabulated the actual number zero out of four thousand sixty three pilots not a single airman fit within the average range on all ten dimensions. One pilot might have a longer than average arm length but shorter average leg length. Another pilot might have a big chest but small hips even more Donna. She dangles discovered that if you picked out just three of the ten dimensions of say Necks Conference Thi- circumference and risks or conference less than three and a half percent of pilots would be average-sized all three dimensions. Daniels findings were clear. And incontrovertible there was no such thing as an average pilot. If you've designed the cockpit to the average pilot you've actually designed it to fit no-one gangs revelation was the kind of big idea that could have ended one era of basic assumptions about individuality and launched a new one. But even the biggest of ideas require the correct interpretation. We like to believe that facts speak for themselves but they most surely do. Not after I'll Dang was not the first person to discover. There was no such thing as an average person. Okay I've stopped reading. That is from again. I mean give the book title. One more time from. Todd rose the end of average and I just wanted to call that I was thinking about averages and thinking about our propensity our desire to want to know what the average is for all kinds of spending line items and we want to know. What's the average spend on hobbies in general? What's the average spend on groceries? What's the average mortgage? What's the average? Pm I property taxes any number of things and I think the danger in that is that you start to think that you need to fit some kind of mythical average in your finances some mythical budget some perfect budget this average. And there's a whole other story in the book about Norma this it's about women's measurements in about how women weren't fitting this ideal and you know this opposed average. It's it's also very fascinating but the idea that you're supposed to hit some average. I think you should just throw it out. I think you should resist the tendency that we all have to kind of say. Well what's what's average? Where DO I fit? Don't worry about being average worry about asking yourself on a regular basis. What you want your money to do for you. And don't look around resist the urge to look around and figure out what kind of average you're supposed to be fitting into. I think people that can buck that that can fight against. It are some of the people that have breakthroughs whether it's in their personal finances or inventions or any number of other things so resist the urge to look for an average in conform. And make your budget your own. Make your categories your own own it. It's yours. Don't look to anyone else to let them say how they think you should do this or that. My guess is if we were to compare and try and find the average buzzer. My guess is we would have a similar result that there is no single person that fits this average of all of our different calculations so with that in mind just You know you're in the cockpit right. The Cock the budget is the cockpit. The cockpits where you where you drive the jet exactly where you need to go and what you need to do and in thinking about it that way this cockpit. This budget is tailored specifically to you. The success of this story to kind of tie it all up is that the military did embrace it and they resisted a lot of pushback from the engineering and manufacturing this. This is impossible. We can't make it but they were saying no fit the system to the individual. Don't try and fit the individual to the system and in doing that. They ushered in a whole me. They should in an era of improved flying. Safety Dominance in the air. It was unbelievable so resist the urge to try and find the average. You just tailor that cockpit that budget you and enjoy your

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"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

09:35 min | 5 months ago

"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Why would she do deep clean and the lady was like? Here's my. I'm getting off of this APP. Here's my card and then yeah. That's a good idea to do that with my. We use UTH have you. Yusuf massage massage never found a girl that I really liked. And now I just text her directly in cool Oh I love that. Yeah I love the task. Grab it without. You're doing laundry. I love doing laundry. I'm sure you did. Yeah I did that. That's how I got my transcribing jobs actually was through task. Rub It oh Then I was basically like assistant to random people need it like deliveries or whatever really easy. Yeah I love running errands I I could do that. Just be like an errand runner help help i Aaron runner helper person. Yeah there's so many side hustles I just give us more information. I find find what you're good at in. I don't WANNA say exploit it but use it. I mean but exploited really exploit your money. Get LIKE YEAH. Get your money girl. Also don't pay your minimum. You have to pay above your minimum every month please. Yeah I think that's with everything. Okay last section before we wrap up. It's called tip jar people right in a suggestion a suggestion and we have to give one piece of advice using only three words. I know you guys thinking about the example. I always give is if the suggestion was Los Angeles. The three pieces of advice three words of advice would be check parking signs. Ooh good one. Don't drive ever to stay in your hotel. Don't drive. Boulevard is not worth the sites right. Oh my God if I ever have to go to hold boulevard. It's big no for me. Oh have you been to because I know you like escape rim? I do escape hotel. Yeah but it's too scary. I know it really is scary. Yeah it's like we don't have to be doing this whole horror thing. Dr. Yeah like why can I not see my friend for everyone that doesn't escape hotels it's it's right on the edge of the coroner in Hollywood and it's like two stories all of escape rooms but they're all very creepy and dark and the inside has Victorian wallpaper like legitimately a hotel. Yeah check in and everything. The the hosts the people that are working at the concierge have like death. Makeup on Pail Yes that it's also weird but they have a little passport. Do you love. I'll give you an escape till passport. And then they stamp or do something for every room that you accomplish and my friend got his car stolen and the only artifacts that was. That's a feeling these days. Just toss it out the window not gonNA need this. That's all that was left. Shut us so funny okay. So Brian's in Russia right now and he did an escape hotel in Russia in Russia and it's Russia so there's no rules so he went so one with his friends where they actually punch you. What and they zap you. And they have a thing where one of the escape rooms opens. The floor opens and you drop no and the level of the levels are easy medium hard I think like what was it death or something like thaw they physically punch you touch you. He was thrown over. Like someone's like Back and like turned around and thrown onto What's it called a bed? It was like yeah. I was like you're going to die. Did he have a good time? He said it was the best escape from ever. I'm sure I mean I think all the ones here are made there and translated into English yet right. No it was like. Don't touch me and my escape room ever. You have three words only of advice for puppies. I haven't had a puppy and so long so minus probably going to be dated. What is yours. Oh God I'm still thinking I'll do mine for Cats for me. Okay so just pets pets. Our kitten kittens puppies young pets same thing. Yes Cuddle over time slow introduction because I feel like whenever however much you cuddle especially kittens. That's how they are going to be used to it and expecting in the future like I cuddled one of my cats so much more than the other and now he's the only one that calls me but don't you like that. I guess it would be nice to have a family cuddle once in a while just wants nothing to truly. But isn't that like cat? Yes I have one cat in one puppy puppy. The first thing that came to mind is get them neutered honestly. That's great advice. Okay do you have anything for aging gracefully? Three words only aging gracefully. How do I put this in three words? I think I'm GONNA say dress your age. Mine is no plastic surgery That's a good three words. Yeah if I see another eighteen year old with fillers going to kill myself. You don't need it but if you want to go for if you go for it but if you also want to age gracefully slake laid off a little bit a little bit just a little bit. Yeah do you have three words only on hookup culture girl? I've been a really sure for six years. I have nothing to three words. I have nothing I have nothing man. Oh Man I have not been in a relationship for six years so hook but I'm also not part of the hookup culture. Yeah I know if I can I would be the worst single person. Do you think so one hundred percent. Why how do you date when you don't like people are like? Don't leave the house right. It's impossible it does seem like you would shoot you in the foot a little bit hookup culture. Okay I have. I'm only going to imagine what hookup culture is and so I will say I would say please where production so I was gonna say something similar that yeah so since you said that I will say Get tested regularly. Good one I guess. Also maybe raise your standards also true. And lastly our last tip of advice tip of advice or less three words of advice for Frenemies. Oh I don't really know so. Frenemies is a friend that is also an enemy or is it just like a fake friend or is it just don't like but pretend to like Isn't that all of the above? I'm I'm sure that's all the above. Okay I'm GONNA say I would say just move on. That's all of mine are like two words create. Some distance is what I would say. That's a good one. I feel good about our answers so professional before we close out fully. There's one more piece of advice I would like from you but I would like for you to give advice to younger you. What piece of advice would you give your younger self? I would say it all works out in the end cool. I love that. Yeah I freaked out a lot when I was younger. Dude so I so laws but you just have to live your life. I feel like people put a lot of pressure on themselves to like. Be someone when they're not really ready. Yeah then once you like live and you understand who you're meant to be. The new everything falls into place wholeheartedly agree Thank you so much for coming in helping. Oh my gosh. This was so much so much fun. Where can people find you on the Internet for more things Asia on the INTERWEBS INTERWEBS? Youtube instagram? Oh my God I just started a tick tock. That's like everyone's like thing that they're saying well because we all did we're all over the Reich. I was like hey my cell for it but it's the funniest thing it's just it's a good time is a good time. I just though like the teenagers with the guys like licking their lips and stuff makes very uncomfortable. That's a little tough. Yeah there's a good things and tick tock it's so funny all right. What's the name they can find you? Asia Dang everywhere everywhere if you have a sticky situation or burning concern call us at eight. Oh five five one nine seven one. You give us your age in depending on how we are doing that day. We'll give you some pretty good advice. Oh My Gosh. You have a hotline. Yeah Oh my God I know so professional kind of it's a google number. We're all doing our best. We'll see you next week. On just by PODCAST..

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"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

11:39 min | 5 months ago

"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Go there like it is a pretty serious problem. So I don't know I would say Karma Gao pre. You should follow them on instagram. They're very They're just doing it right there. It's in your face but it's like stuff that you need to know and it's making you really think about your impact or I'm hoping that's what it is but yeah yeah I mean it's just like just pay attention right. What are a few things that you've been able to implement in your life with? I guess just like the booming consumerism. That has helped. You feel like you have made a difference or even seen first hand how you are making a difference by switching over to a specific product or stop buying specific things Is there anything that you tell everybody about? Well my first kind of venture into going more conscious I would say would be cruelty free products Feel like as women especially. That's like the easiest thing that you could do. It's all about like purchasing power right and then from cruelty free. It went to like clean clean beauties huge but a lot of brands are lying. What they put in there right. product Socialis researching. And then from there. It's just like affirmative like using st stainless steel. Shrouds is fine but when you put that shaw in a Plastic Cup. It doesn't really matter what you're doing so it's just like oh. I don't really buy tea or anything in posse bottle anymore. I try not to do that or I have. These like bags when we grocery store Go to the grocery store for veggies and nuts and stuff that are reusable. That are really nice and then even though. I do still eat protein. I'll go to My local butcher like fish guy. Then I'll bring my own containers who then put that in. That's awesome yeah so I mean obviously not. Eating meat and going vegan would be the best kind of option for that but in reality like I physically cannot do that. My doctor has said you cannot go vegan. Yeah so it's like you do what you can right then also like you. You're like thrift shopping. That's also like so huge because fashion is such a polluter so doing that. I'm trying to just like I don't like shopping anyways. So we're getting over it. I get the more the less I care in the less I wanNA shop. I feel like you could not I feel like I could not either? I'm like I don't the thing is online. Shopping is hard because it's so easy So if I online shop like I'll buy stuff from reformation which Ma Education Yeah Yeah. Their genes are really except for the. I bought a pair of jeans that I loved from there. And I was like these are my go-to jeans about three pairs of it and then I wore the first pair and then I was like. Oh they're like they stretch out a little bit hell bummer. I know they're like the perfect fittingly from the wash they. I've never tried reformation jeans because every time I go in the store door yes unmarry those. I'm really melrose in Fairfax. Oh man work it's beautiful. He's worked at American apparel. Oh coming back. They are made a comeback. They're stores still there. They redid it and everything. Whoa yeah how weird I shop online a lot but I'm trying not to. I'm doing capsule wardrobe right now. I want to do a capsule wardrobe. Oh my God I mean. I say that. I am posh marking. I think. Eighty percent of my wardrobe. So what is a capsule wardrobe? What are you going to put in your closet? I so French fashion. I love how the French goals dress because they're timeless and don't share their wealth on their clothes like they're never going to be wearing a if they are wearing a brand name. You would know about it. Yeah so I find myself wearing either white t shirts or a button up jeans almost every day so I think some people do like a twenty piece capsule wardrobe and it just basics. You can peace with other things. But I'm probably GONNA I the thing is. I like one piece of clothing and I buy it in three different colors. Black White and neutral. Yeah so probably just do that for like one button up. Black white neutral won t shirt black white neutral one pair of jeans black white neutral the same color ballot in like I don't know ten different styles and then call that the capsule wardrobe. Because we're all kind of dressing in a capsule wardrobe. Anyway whether we like it or not. The clothes that I had a friend that calls his favorite clue his favorite stuff. The starting lineup wardrobe. Oh skew so the stuff that he likes to wear the most stuff that you feel good in the south that's GonNa last forever and then if I buy something from reformation for somewhere that's not sustainable but if it lasts for ten years than is sustainable. I think that's also like fast. Fashion is good but the quality is not good affordable but it sucks right so at the end of the day. Would you rather just spend more money in something? That's quality and maybe probably better more like better for the environment or something that you have to toss away and it sucks in it like phrase after ever use and it's just like the worst right or if the trend comes and goes then you're just like what was even thinking like a look back at some videos that I've done maybe a couple of months ago and I had followed a trend and I'll watch the video back if someone stockpiling something for their channel and I'm like why was I wearing that. That's really gross in doesn't feel like me. You do trends I did. I feel like you don't do trends. Let's cool. I want to be trendless. I WANNA be unless I I. I'm I'm over it. I WanNa be like so simple But Yeah I did. This video in particular was when those like silk skirts were really in like a silk animal. Print like Cheer Trainers Jaja. I did that and it looked like a concert. T wasn't me. It doesn't look like me like I looked back at the video. Nells like Nazi girl. That was trying too hard. Yeah and then just like when you know what works for your body and you know what you like. Make the capsule wardrobe of that or pared down to where you only have that and then build off of that. That's what I'm trying to. You're going to have so much space in your closet and it's GonNa be gorge like I'm I wanna get rid of everything. The thing with me is every time I move. I just take everything that I had instead of donating or selling it and starting over new so I have suffered like my first apartment that I just don't want to get rid of some of my clothes don't fit but it's from all saints so I don't want to get rid of it. It's like it's what good is it doing like choking me so I have found because this sounds so la. But I kind of like In organizer Yeah and she basically said anything that you WANNA keep has sentimental value to. It's like some of your clothes. Maybe I put some clothes in mind. Put in like one box. And that's all you get sentimental box Wow okay shocking. Really just like puts things into perspective that you don't like this meant something at this time but if you donate it it can mean something else to someone else. So yeah that's love that I mean the whole thing of shopping till I can. I get rid of things all the time I will come to Your House. And just get rid of everything in your. Let me we're GONNA love that. Oh Yeah I'm so good at cleansing. It's incredible wow. What's the biggest cleansing tip like? Do you have one thing that you're kind of saying to yourself as a motto to go through things? I think the thing that you said is if it doesn't fit it's time to get rid of. It is the thing that I think people. Because you you keep your like well you know if I lose this or you know Blah Blah Blah but really. You don't want to keep something in your closet. That's taking space where you can put things that you actually wear right. I think what the jacket I'm going to sell it and buy the same jacket or size. Do they still have the wall there? You Go oh my God. It's so painful anyway. Let's let's move away from my pain and not onto someone else's but let's hear from somebody else. This is a perfect question for you. It's called financial crisis. Oh again I'm a couple of years out of college. I'm in a bunch of student loan debt. I've started to pay it off little by little each month but I'm thinking of picking up a side hustle in addition to a fulltime job. Do you have any on side hustles? That actually work. I've heard about all the normal stuff like dog walking or being an uber driver and I just don't have that much time to dedicate to another job Any advice would be amazing. Thank you from financial crisis. Okay so first of all. Let's talk about how you paid off. Debt my God around applause. If I had movie soundtrack it'd be like that's crazy. Yeah two hundred thousand in two years. Holy Hell when before you started paying it off her before you started making a plan. What was your state of mind at that time anxiety? Every day I would wake up in tears. Really Wow and then so one day. You're like no more of this so one day. My younger dog. Luke had to go into emergency surgery and I couldn't afford it so when that happened. Either like half have to euthanize them or take out credit. Brian was able to afford it so it was. Everything turned out but at that point I was like well. I need to get my financial life together. 'cause I could've possibly had to put down my one year old dog because I couldn't afford wound care so that was the moment where it's like okay. It's time to get your shit together like this is stupid and then I did. And how like what? You've made a bunch of videos on it. You've talked about this openly on your instagram. What what can you tell people a that are going through the same thing? I mean. It's not easy. It's probably the hardest thing I've ever done in my life because it's so suffocating. But you have to do it so I think the first thing you need to do actually commit to the process. I don't know how much student loan she has But any amount is just like really really really hard to get through so you have to stay committed and you have to surround yourself with people who are supportive. So I post my budget videos every month on my youtube channel so I built a really supportive community for me. But if I didn't have that I don't think I would have finished very because it's really hard you need to like. Be Able to cry and was the last time you cried every day. I cry in my financial videos every day. Because that's how I felt But like strategically I followed the steps of this guy named Dave Ramsey and I read his book total money makeover because my girlfriend recommended it to me and the process. Is You save thousand dollars for your Mini Emergency Fund? And that's in case. Anything happens like I don't know you need to fix your car or move or whatever Just just to be safe and then the second step is to pay off your debt and that took me two years some people. It takes shorter some people. I've people spend ten years paying off their debt but they committed to it as an after that. It's like a whole other thing but in terms of like side hustles. If she doesn't have time.

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"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

07:14 min | 5 months ago

"dang" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Welcome back to another episode of just a tip and advice podcast. It's equally about. Its tangents as it is about. It's tips I'm Meghan McCain. And today to help me help you. We've got Asia. Dang in the studio my gosh looking so beautiful really. Yeah I mean I stink. Yeah doesn't look like it okay. Well that's a burnt orange knit sweater with a matching burnt orange bag. Which how did you find the same color into things suggest when I was getting I wore this last time? I saw you at the Dan's place I was like at the data could be anything arranger. I actually don't know I was just like what can I where like what burs neighboring as easy to walk in. Because you don't want sometimes like there's like those really inconvenient bags like a God while they bring at Short anyways long story short it just lucked out you very put together. Meanwhile I wear my full on sweatpants. Yeah you still look put together i. Do you have a French going on right now. Which you like sold yourself. I assume you know I didn't i. Didn't I was so excited when you did. When you cut your jeans the day or for video I tried I want to. Do you do like the Denim Jeans Jeans? Yeah I really want to tailor them because it's so hard to find good genes that fit. Yeah it's impossible. It's really bad the thing is. It's really hard for me to get the the lines in the back. You know where the yeah. It's me yet to be perfect because like tailoring denim is really hard. I feel like I'm GonNa go back to my Taylor. They genes yeah. I don't know it's almost like you see those like instagram girls. And they have these perfect-fitting genes that make their way slick so small and their butts off. I'm like where do you get those? Yeah how did you do this? Or it's face tune Yeah I guess you're right. What if face tune it was illegal? That would be cool. I mean that would be hilarious right. Yeah like that. Would I think expose a lot but I think maybe I don't know I mean to each everyone's own if you WanNa whatever everyone listening you may know Asia from her youtube channel or as a lifestyle blogger but I like to go a little bit deeper. Oh and so we. We Internet stock over guest Tucson to learn a little bit more about that. Okay and let's see what we got on you. Oh you're doing it right now. Oh Yeah. That's so embarrassing. That's the worst I ever tucked away. Okay they're here but I don't know where they come from. Let's see you don't think chick-fil-a is that good. No I'm sorry I do not. I do not and Brian loves it. I think it is the most disgusting thing we the rise aren't even that good. Like how do you mess up? Fry's we mean how do you mess them up? Exactly you think there must. I think they are. How so they aren't as crunchy as I like them to be. Who has the best fries in your opinion? What fast food chain is the best rise? You know what I actually used to really like. Burger kings fries. But I don't know what thank you. I don't know both of you I saw I saw sugar. Okay I've never been against women so much now. Both Clementine in Asia like Burger. No okay no let me hold on. But I think something happens they like. I don't know if the fries are thicker. Whatever but they're not as good breaded and a weird it's weird so is either Like McDonalds just like the place class. Bow Hero they have never heard of that place. Oh my God is on Second Street. It's they have the best price. I'm sorry. They have best price. What about wingstop? I cannot save ever had wins wingstop with their ranch. Dressing is crack on a stick. I love ranch dressing. It's very very good. Well let's hear more about what you love mainly not what you love but the first time you did a lot of things this is a game. We call them Perso- I it's one round of rapid fire questions. Everything from your first job to the first time you cried in public et CETERA. That's going to be the hardest one. That's like every day. Whenever I yell. Stop you have to explain elaborate or tell the full story okay? Okay here we go. What was your first job? Wait a lot? Is this rapid fire. I I worked At my uncle's law firm I cell phone Nokia the small little Nokia thing. Yup I pet PEEVE TO COME TO MIND JUST PEOPLE IN GENERAL GENERAL. I Kiss Locations Movie Theaters Kalomo first major purchase responsibly. Or just like purchase The first one ever you could have been like twelve whatever's majored in computer first choice in a karaoke book to okay. I'm going to elaborate on this sure. Okay I've been thinking about this like very seriously for the past couple of months. What would be my Go-to Song because normally I would think like spice girls but that new Jonas brothers song is really good because the trick is you need to get a song that's fun yeah and also like engaging the music now you say okay. Every Friday night in little Tokyo they have live karaoke like with the band. A No no no. I'm just like people like that. If people are involved you call that live in live and they always like. There's these crews anyways long story short. Every time I dislike my favorite thing to do on a Friday night is the most entertaining thing but people choose these songs that people get bored of right so it's like what would be. What is like the quintessential Karaoke Song is really hard? I always say that character is half singing and half. Dj -ing because you have to you have to read the room to make sure everyone's GonNa be into it. Can I tell you my list? You better get it I sometimes. We'll open up notepad and just say new Karaoke song and then right like way D- sins not tragedies. Yeah all the it'll come in my mind and that would be a good karaoke song. Yes I mean. It really is hard hold on. This may take a while if you've got a lot of karaoke notes. Oh my God did I delete it. Oh No oh never mind. It's my background so sucker for you. Oh yeah because it's fine but it's also not that hard to sing right and then also anything queen really. Yes queens a good one. Yes and there's a when I sing. Bohemian. Rhapsody think people are mad at me because it's really long. See that's the thing you can't if someone at little Tokyo Kariuki did that. They would lose. People would let loose interest right. I think all character songs I've said this before and I'll say it again should be at least one third less long like duration us. It should be one one.

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Bowman holds off Busch bros at Fontana for 2nd NASCAR win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Bowman holds off Busch bros at Fontana for 2nd NASCAR win

"Alex Bowman drove away from the field leading the final thirty seven laps of the race at auto club speedway in California to pick up the second win of his NASCAR career I just want to win races that's all there is to it when we when I come here and don't run well and and people think I look matter up ups that are not friendly you're dang right I want to win races I don't like running bad bones car was strong all weekend long and he showed on the track leading one hundred ten of two hundred laps in five different intervals for awhile it looked like Ryan Blaney my chase Bowman down but he had heart trouble and had a bit late in the race brothers calling Kurt Busch would rally address together and finished second and third respectively Jimmy Johnson who made its final Cup series started his home track finished seventh on Jerry Jordan

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Z Flip's 'Ultra Thin Glass' display

Android Central Podcast

08:32 min | 5 months ago

Z Flip's 'Ultra Thin Glass' display

"The Galaxy. Flip a glass phone. Yes or no yes but not the part you touch. Why and what how is it has Samsung calls it? Ultra thin glass and they've trademarked it and they call. I think they actually call it. Samsung Ultra thin glass but it is made by a third party. Company in eight is actually very very thin flexible glass. But it is so thin and so- dainty delicate that you have to cover it with a polymer sheet. It's the exact same polymer sheet that they use on the fold so the part. You're touching with your finger isn't glass after all. It's glass underneath that right. Okay so the question here is why would Samsung cover a glass screen? Which would extensively be more resistant to scratches than plastic? Why would they cover it with a what amounts to a screen protector? Yup well got everybody's gotta remember to. This is all speculation because Samsung is not gonNA go out on and say why they did this. They're going to tell you that it's still really great and a lot of people I've talked to that are using the phone. Now agree that it. It does somehow feel better than the fold That may be the construction or whatever but the glass itself is so thin that if you dang it it's GonNa literally just shatter and fall out and it's GonNa be a mess that nobody would want to deal with. There's just no way you can release a product that could even potentially dangerous right so it's Samsung is hedging. Here right. Yeah they're saying this glasses thirty microns in diameter which is basically. It's it's a thinner than a human hair right For for those of you who still have human hair and it's. It's likely not to be scratched as badly when you run your finger or you know You know put it in a in a pocket or something with keys or your clothes. That's not actually the concern here but like say you can't really scratch it as easily as a as a plastic screen but it's easily punctured because it is just literally so thin. Yup So let's install a plastic protector over it. Let's then shield the edges of that screen protector with a massive basil so that no dust can get under it the way that it did initially on the galaxy s or the galaxy fold and people won't mistake it for a screen protector you can remove and then let's market the phone as covered with glass and they're not say that there is a plastic screen protector on it until somebody tears and down and finds it which they had to know that somebody was instantly gonna find out it was plastic. That's the part that puzzles me. As did they really think they were? GonNa get away with you. Know calling in glass phone I I mean here's the thing right. What other option did they have none? That's I don't know I can't blame them for what they did They they used glass. Maybe just so they could say they used glass. Or maybe they WANNA see how this works as a trial for their next idea but there really is no way they could release that phone without the plastic on on the top right and then if you decide to you can go to a break fix store and get a another screw protector professionally. Installed on top of the existing one rush. I think is pretty hilarious. So then you'd have a glass screen under who plastic screen protectors. Yeah obscure the the thing that I find really funny about it. Is that aside from scratch protection? Glass is clear. I mean the reason we use glass on phones is because of its its clarity and the fact that it passes electrical signal through really well. It's it's nice and conductive it's just. It's a perfect material for phones other than the fact that it can shatter because really I don't think scratches are a problem on current day phones right like you could scratch phones. You can gouge them but not in the way that you can. Scratch her gadget. Plastic screen right. Everybody listening if you could look at your phone in the right light right now. It's got a lot of super to really tiny scratches in it but nothing that you can even see. It's not like things used to be. So they've got glass down pretty good. You know the the companies that make it big names like corning and And it it feels good. Let's let's not forget that part it. It feels good to use glass. If you've got a touchscreen et unit your car that has a a plastic covered crappy display touch display on it. You know you hate that thing but your phone feels good. Because it's capacity of glass display exactly and by now we just take it for granted. We don't think about it you. We we recommend screen protectors for people who tend to drop their phones right and it's not necessarily because of scratches it's because you know the the trade off that corning has to make every time it designs a new gorilla. Glass is do we emphasize scratch resistance or do we emphasize drop protection and shatter resistance absolutely. It's really hard to balance those things and right now with gorilla glass six. I think we're we're we're at the emphasis on drop protection over scratch resistance yea. I'm sure that it's still a lot more scratch resistant than phones of ten years ago. But I do know enough from just talking to people at corning that it is actually a set of balance beams the harder you make it to scratch the more brittle it is and it will easy more easily break. So that's that's what they just like. You said they have to balance that out because a the thing I guess it's a chemical treatment they do. It's it's proprietary smart on them but You know whatever they do to make it more scratch resistant also makes it more brittle so it's tough and again. This is not Samsung's fault. I applaud Samsung for going so confidently into its second generation. A foldable phones right. There's no other company that is using ultra thin glass right now not Ganz. The the Motorola Razor is a shining example of kind of relying on An overly complicated design but not focusing on the fundamentals to kind of ruin the experience. And you know. I'm not saying that as somebody who spent a lot of time with the phone but the people that have reviewed the Motorola Razor. I trust and most of them say that. It's just not a good experience from the creaky hinge to the plastic display to you. Know the just the the design that they had to design around the fact that it was foldable. And they you know they maybe didn't do as good a job as they could just to keep it thin and and and relatively light. Yep I agree with you. The people I've talked to the one great thing about it is the the wow factor. Everybody wants to look at it but day to day used. It's just not a great phone

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Bill aims to curb racial profiling by law enforcement

First Light

01:12 min | 5 months ago

Bill aims to curb racial profiling by law enforcement

"In store security will stop a person because of their looks rather than seeing them conceal an item it's a big concern we Republican represent dang Griffey likes the concealment change but once a study group to create implicit bias training guidelines before the law if passed goes into effect we need really need to make sure that we are profiling people's activities that is the theory not any other thing and there's still the question of prosecution if someone is pushing a shopping cart full of stolen merchandise out of the store I would hope that we

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'Smoke in the Cockpit' With Greg Soter

There I Was...

10:24 min | 6 months ago

'Smoke in the Cockpit' With Greg Soter

"Gregg welcome to the there. I was podcast. Thank you Richard. It's a delight to be with you. I appreciate the request. I do want to warn our listeners. This particular incident does involve a fatality and so You know we may deal with some sensitive subjects as we go on so please be aware of that. Do you mind Greg. Sharing with us The events of those day in that one seventy two and tell us what happened. I'd be happy do things Richard couple of years ago. In the spring of the year I had been invited by a local High Tech Company. Here in Utah to fly for them. They manufacture factor very sophisticated radar gear. That has to be tested from the air and they owned a couple of older well experienced well seasoned one seventy twos and and basically what they have their pilots dues. They had taken all the backseat equipment out the seats and so forth and stacked their gear in the backseat area luxury and they would periodically have pilots go up and flight test tracks to test their radar. which has had to be tested from the air it typically that have applied it left seat of course and one of their engineers most typically a non pilot in the right seat and we would go up and fly I track after track after track. these were pretty challenging tracks. You have to keep the position to the airplane Within dozens thousands of feet so that was a little bit challenging but beyond that they were just absolutely mindless well. One morning. June gorgeous gorgeous late. June morning I had been asked to go out and do one of these flights for them so got out to the airport Pre flighted both planes. Since I didn't know which the two I was going to be fine and while I was waiting for the engineering crew to get there and Ended up flying one of the planes Got The equipment On the plane and hooked up up and tested ready to go feel the plane to full fuel and got off the ground and headed down to a little place in the nearby mountains. Utah's generally early mountainous area and We were assigned to go down. Probably I don't know fifty sixty miles away from the Spanish Spanish Work Airport. Where would you parted and to fly these tracks you mentioned? These tracks are very specific profiles in terms of altitudes tatooed headings and perhaps air speeds even and your whole job is to fly these as precisely as you can so that they can measure the accuracy of the reiter later on board is that is that what you're doing that is exactly true. Drove me nuts. I mean I'M A. I'm a reasonably good pilot but I had not been used to maintaining headings and position and so forth within dozens of feet but they've got pretty sophisticated. GPS gear there to to show you where you need to be and yeah so very very precise trout interesting okay. We had been flying I just North South tracks and then or being circular tracks we'd been flying nine for oh I guess Yearly two hours and the engineer in the right seat said Greg we've got smoke in the cockpit Pitt. And that certainly caught my attention. I looked down between my legs and Sure enough there was smoke laughing up Under the seat between my I feed and his feet. No I'm thinking through a one. Seventy two and down on the floor of a typical one seventy two. There's nothing there that would would create an electrical fire. There's no real wires running underneath there to my knowledge is that correct that is correct and let me add to that my first action that I remember taking was reached over and of course in one seventy to go on the speed we were going. You can open the windows Heasley enough gorgeous summer day so I Often my window on the left side and reached over open his window and I also opened. The little soup can vent. I called the Campbell Soup. Net up at the wing root on my aside and that did a very effective job of evacuating the smoke. So that was first thing and I don't remember a time during this whole incident when I smoke accumulated enough to create visibility problems inside the carpet and now at that time were you able to discern was it. Electrical will smoke. Was it engine related smoke. You know the difference between engine related usually black smoke electricals typically light-colored smoke any of that going through your mind were able to. I select what the smoke was and where it's coming from absolutely I. As soon as I had the vending issue dealt with that took me probably a second to second something like that. I look over my right shoulder to the back of the airplane because there was nothing coming up around the firewall but I looked over my right shoulder to the back. The plane rolled. The electric equipment was and Dang I look back there and there was a great big open flame on top of their equipment. Wow you could see that did you can actually see the flame. Oh it was probably six to eight inches high and maybe three to four inches in diameter just burning away just burning away like a little campfire campfire at some point. In time I had been taught if you have got an open flame in an airplane I order business is get that that plane on the ground right now that. Yeah so that thought occurred to me and and this next part. I'm a little embarrassed about but My the first impression was to turn north and head back to the airport from which we had departed which was probably. I don't know ten minutes away. Something like that and I had actually started the north turn and then immediately I thought to myself soda. That is a bad idea. You could easily be a a flaming torch by the time. You got back to Spanish fork to land this thing so I've been in that idea again in about a second and a half then my next Idea was that well. I'm getting this plane on the ground so I started looking around for an emergency landing spot. Couple of factors actress entered into that We were in some Pretty pretty significant foothills I. I won't call them. Mountains back year amounting to us is ten or twelve thousand feet high but these were pretty significant foothills and as I looked around to find the emergency landing spot. I didn't see anything that I thought was appropriate. Appropriate looked left. Looked right now now nothing there. Nothing there of course they still had power no problem there. But because I couldn't spot got a place that I thought was suitable. We had a two lane highway immediately. Below us is highway. Eighty nine and I hit also always been taught that off road or better options than on-road because Traffic of course and be possible. The power lines. Well I'd never had this experience ever had the choice or opportunity decide. Well do I land on the road or do I land somewhere else but given that there were no obvious places elsewhere. I decided well eighty nine. It is that's where I'm going and I'll take my chances. In retrospect I went back down to that but I've been at that site on several occasions since and have looked around and stood there and looking said well Greg you know you could landed ended there you could land it over. There could landed here there and That's Monday morning quarterbacking. I guess but I in retrospect if they're probably worth some places I could have landed might have You know done some pretty serious damage to the plane but not nearly as serious as what turned out to be the case. Yeah the the great difference being you came back when you were at zero nuts one g and all the hindsight available to you without the stress of being airborne in an opened fire in your airplane so a little different situation to assess all the factors that were in front of you in such a short period of time. Thank you Richard. That was very generous. Assume you well you know. I do think it's a hallmark of aviation one of the things that we've seen time and time again on this podcast. Is People like yourself come in an regardless of how well they handled it and the situation ended up. They'll go back and say you know what I could have done what I should have done and I think. That's so admirable admirable and such a powerful part of aviation that no matter how well we do or how we fly. We always go back and debrief ourselves to perfection. And I think it's one of the reasons why we've just continued to progress and become safer and safer jelly aces. That's a big part of our culture. Well I agree and Going back to Being in the air with this open flame in the cockpit after I decided that I was going to land on eighty nine. I decided well I'm GonNa do a quick quick little Mayday broadcast I hear so I quickly dialed up one. Twenty one five and did a mayday call outs in Our number location the fact that we had a fire on board and I was intending to doing -mergency landing was extremely comforting to have some southwest pilot respond immediately to my mayday call. Don't know who that guy was. But he's brother and I love him and I'll I'll thank him forever for Make can hit response and I as I recall he said he would notify center or notify. ATC TC so as soon as I was over I decided okay. I'm I'm done with radio. It's time to fly this airplane. I'm guessing that I was probably at about fifteen hundred yell at that point in time when you first notice the flame or probably I think I was at two thousand when I first noticed the flame. Okay and by the by the time I had Discovered what was going on. You know started my turn that I aborted and made the the mayday call. I'm and this is I guess I I wish I had better memory of the details of this but I'm thinking I was at about fifteen hundred assuming I would have descended and maybe five hundred feet a medic. That gave me three minutes to deal with this whole situation Hey you know that in one sense that's a long time

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How To Make Online Teaching Profitable  with Daniel Scott

The Futur

08:26 min | 6 months ago

How To Make Online Teaching Profitable with Daniel Scott

"Hello and welcome to the future. I'm your host Cristo. And as always my trusty sidekick is with me Greg Gun trusty sidekick that is my as my favorite way to describe a sidekick I'm Chris How's it going to trust the otherwise it wouldn't be your sidekick. They really should be. Yeah but you have a backstabbing sidekick. I think how a duplicitous one. That's that's not me not team is. You're so what's going on in today's episode. WELL WE'RE GONNA be talking to Daniels Annual Scott and I love Daniel for a lot of different reasons if you guys are aware of our second youtube channel. The Academy Channel Daniels Produce and written And edited some really great content for us Tutorials on illustrator and Photoshop. Check those out right now. If you haven't it's it's got over a hundred thousand views. And he's and I consider myself a veteran of illustrator and they. I think I know everything. I'll watch that video. I don't know things that's how good he is. Wow Wow that's I don't think I've ever heard you say that that's still pretty incredible. Okay this is between us. Yeah edit this out fair enough something else said our audience should know about Daniel is is that he's so transparent open and sharing. He actually created an APP to show you how much money he makes. And you can tune in to see in real time. I think that's really cool and I'm blown away by that because I thought for a while. We're the only people who openly talk about what it is to run a business including our profit margin gross revenue and how we lose jobs. But here's a guy who's gone the next step and develop software to show you exactly what he's doing. I love the energy. He brings in his mission his vision Asian in trying to teach the world and he's created platforms and tools for other instructors to do the exact same thing so without further. Ado this is Daniel Scott. Please enjoy so Daniel. Thank you very much for coming on the show for everybody who doesn't know who you are. Please introduce yourself. Daniel Scott's I am an online course creator and co-founder of Instructor H. I'm here in a little bit of an accent. Daniel where are you from. I'm from New Zealand's. Most people say a straight line and then we can't be friends that's right that's what I hear. So you can't looking chick just in case. Can I ask you culturally like. Why is that a deal? Anybody like it's Canadians versus Americans. It's the Scottish versus the English. It's streaming versus New Zealand. is nothing particularly. It's just that good at everything. We good a few things. So we okay you. You guys are closer. Proximity in unfortunately lumped together. And maybe that's part of the problem. We're we're we're very we're really similar just we like we. We have a lot of friendly friendly rivalry. Yes their shared history right like Alan. Yes founder Bob Stallions Right. Aw Geez no England and founded. This all happened right okay. I understand that you've become found us. Somebody somebody Oh yeah okay. We'll probably added that whole part of. Yeah okay so for people who don't know what does it mean to be content or course educated the even the term educator. Can you give us a little bit more about what that means in inches layman's terms. Yeah so I guess you can tackle kind of e learning online educator few anyway my way is I basically make courses online video courses and I help people kind of like how to videos basically and that's how I approach which kind of content creation. I do a lot of stuff around it to support it so a lot of kind of Stuff through social and things like that but it's basically all during back to supplying people with courses that yeah they sign up and do now if you're piggy at the accident the vibe and energy. There's a good chance you already know who you are. I I mean Daniel's been on our show twice and you've authored a very popular video on these illustrated tips. That's doing well it. Is You really well. Pretend like I'm an illustrator kind of expert in air quotes and then you mentioned somethings like Dang I know you could use that tool in that way analysis really cool and I think people are having a similar discovery. So let me get back into your your history your background a little bit about what makes you tick like. Why are you such a nerd when it comes to learning these things and how did that come to be? What kind of worked out I think is I like him? I get my joys out of life helping people and technology and that side side of things like I'm a I'm a I'm an okay creative but I am like I enjoy the technology of IT really a lot and really enjoyed the helping people like you know. I'm the guy in the office who when the printed jams to come get me You know when Photoshop Photoshop spitting out bed plates for your press and the guy to come see like I. I really enjoyed that part of it so I don't know so I lent more about it and I keep learning more about Etan I keep sharing. That's Kinda like what I like to doing. So yeah and when did you realize how old were you. Where were you so I guess? I got thrown into teaching software. Stuff I was in classes at university and like a lot of schools the training in terms of the hard. Let's get software. It was pretty poor like L.. Instructors lovely and like the. The theory was amazing but like a lot of those degrees end up with very good theory but not a lot of hard skills or practical soft skills so I started teaching myself in class and one of the teachers which to run the class. I ended up half running it. Then they said how about you actually really run it and that was really weird. I was teaching the night class. Like in my second year university. That's teaching night classes. How to do it so I kind of asked to do it and I guess and I started doing it and I enjoyed it and kind of dabbled in and out of doing that helping out teaching as well as kind of assumed? I was going to be graphic graphic designer and I did that for a long time and it's slowly but surely realized that actually I enjoyed the helping other people do amazing stuff than to actually do amazing amazing stuff myself So I'm thinking then you're like nineteen twenty years old second year university. Is that about right or you. Some kind of child prodigy talking nicely. You're picking up the software and everybody. The teacher recognizes this. That you actually know that you know more and you can learn faster and it does happen and this is the case because not everybody grew up with computers with Internet and so the generation on grows up on the tools it's second nature. It's like walking breathing and everything else right so there you are you emerge and you find that I have the skill and does the the the path back teaching. Take a pause while you're exploring when your design career or the simultaneous. I kind of I was eighty saying designer. Twenty percent helping out night schools Somebody got stuck somewhere wearing up lecturing for a little while but it was just a please go do it kind of did it still on my pasta being creative and yeah it it was just bits and pieces and I guess I just realized myself eventually that the I don't know I kind of got to a point where I was doing lots freelance swick. That allowed me to do the training stuff as well so I kind of do a better job of that job. And I don't know I felt like a lot of the agency work that felt like the Mecca. That kind kind of place to be were you know and didn't like it wasn't for me. I felt like I would be a really good midway designer but that next level was not the kind of stress that I like. That was a different job. Like being you know being Judgment Agency as you know is a bit is a lot different than being handed the job. I've been doing a job and that's kind of what I wanted to do but I felt like I dunno stuck in that little bit. I realized that myself when I finished teaching I had like joy and and I headed the end of every day like I walked away going men I did something and they they will say thank you or as a designer at no. I felt like you might get you get thrown throwing bones from your creative director but it's it's not a daily thing differently and it's more often than not the stress the didn't balance out for

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How to End Negative Self-Talk

The Chalene Show

07:04 min | 6 months ago

How to End Negative Self-Talk

"I'm going to give you five very very realistic things that you can do to literally change the cycle of negative thinking. I know you've heard podcasts on this before. And you've maybe read read articles or you've heard some expert talk about you know how to change negative self talk in some of the tips and suggestions that people give you are so corny and they sound great but like freaking. No one does this so I spent some time talking to people who by their own. Admission were once very negative like really spoke negatively in their head to themselves like they trash talked themselves and I spent some time asking like okay. So where did you do like. How did you change this and do any of these other tips that we've heard like make a list of all the positive qualities and tracy you have do those things work and while most people? I talked doc you said Yeah they work. I just don't really think I did those things and I said all right. Well let me take inventory of what you did do. That's realistic. Listrik our help people with this number four. I go much further. The first thing I should do for you is help you figure out if in fact this is good episode for you to listen to. I don't want to waste your time so if you're dealing with this and you're even just slightly aware that you do sometimes and you want to change it will then you should listen but even more motivating than that I think is the results of five. Psychological studies recently conducted the demonstrated. Get at this that those people who have a consistent pattern of negative self-talk have a direct negative correlation with gold mastery in other words. The Higher People reported that they are the more highly people think of themselves a more highly people speak to themselves in their head head. The more likely those people are to actually accomplish things they set out to do. And you've a lot of things you WANNA do your life to look a sern way. I know you do so if that's important. You can't figure out like okay. Why isn't it happening? It's not that the world's conspiring against you in May have a lot to do with this negative criticism at self criticism that we all can get into the habit of in it's sometimes lies dormant. You don't even realize you're doing it because you know you're a positive person see. Here's the thing positive people right people who are like always in a good mood they always you know. Say Nice things Dave and see the good in other people. They're not doom. They're just like really positive people. If that's that's you you don't often admit they you're mean or negative or really hard on yourself because you look positive person so today today. That's one of the first things I'm GonNa ask you to do. In fact that step one. Let's get right to this step one. Is You gotta catch yourself. You can't fix something dumping the you don't know is broke like one of the scariest traits to me is when someone doesn't know they have a problem. That's a problem. We don't know you have a problem. That's that's the problem. I think I talked about this in another episode where I think one of the most enduring positive traits and qualities that people have is when they own their shortcomings and that doesn't mean he beat yourself up over. It means that you realize you know what I missed the mark there or you know what. That's my bad. You know what this is something I I have to work on with me and so that's really important. If you say that you are a person who's into growth if you truly are into growth you have to realize you have to identify by the areas where you need to grow. He got to catch yourself in this. So that's step one he's got to catch yourself and the reason why we do this why we can trash talk ourselves or even just have quick negative thought you know. Sometimes it's fleeting like you mess up or you miss a turn. He make a mistake which we all do. And you just go dang it or you can just say in your head. Why are you so stupid? Why are you paying attention on my? You're such a loser always late. These little tiny quick voices that we don't even realize sometimes because it's not actually a voice. I mean sometimes I'm just saying these things out loud that's like a whole `nother level but I think the majority of us is just a quick thought. So we dismiss it not as being negative self-talk because we're like. Oh I just had this thought but that thought is in fact you trash talking you and the only way we ever change only way we ever get better is when we feel good. Now you let me know the last time you felt good when someone was name calling you trash-talking you saying mean or cruel things or criticizing you and that never makes you feel good ever ever never ever. So what makes us think that it serves us right like you want to change you. Want to be a better person person so going about it by criticizing yourself is as foolish as it would be to criticize your child and think that they're going to turn out better because of it although speaking of children in childhoods I think that's where some of this comes from especially those of us who really struggle with it. Like if that's something that you are always always hard on yourself. It's often because that self criticism was or that criticism. I should say as something you experience as a child like a parent who is thought that they were being helpful by pointing out the things that you were doing wrong. Thought that their feedback would allow you to correct course and be more perfect individual Wohl which is often just from their own feelings of inadequacy but it just keeps getting passed down and passed down and pass down. And you know you didn't love it and you know it didn't make you. I feel very loved or lovable but yet it became a habit you kept hearing it and not that voice gets stuck in your head and it makes a little like a groove in your brain brain and you just keep playing it on loop now. You don't even realize it's not even the tape of your voice. It's playing in your head. It's like a recording of someone else's voice something someone else said and it's just repeating in your head so most of the time when we start thinking these thoughts in our own head. It's because somehow we believe leave that if we think these thoughts it's going to foster self-improvement we believe in some way in some manner that if we think these thoughts that we will correct ourselves and we'll want to obey these thoughts but honestly the opposite is true. It's only when we're kind and loving to ourselves. It's only when we give ourselves grace and see the best ourselves and believe the best inner selves that we truly truly have the ability to be

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Andrea Bernstein

Longform Podcast

08:39 min | 6 months ago

Andrea Bernstein

"Andrea Bernstein she is the Co Co host of the podcast trump inc.. And she's got a new book out. It's called American oligarchs the Kushner's trump's and the marriage of money and power. It's it's about The trump's in the KUSHNER's in marriage money power take is what this book will not make you feel better about the world crate crate. As my experience reading it did not. I did not feel more optimistic. Afterwards is I do think though it is a large segment of the last year's media psycho. We haven't actually had anyone on. Who's just sort of gone? Full trump in their reporting getting except Maggie Haberman. Of course. Yeah well I mean the thing. Is She actually hasn't gone. Full trump in her reporting she has been reporting about political corruption corruption and business in New York. For years and years she was at the observer for a very long time and now is at WNYC and that's kind of been her beat so like her beat became on this corner national story in this sort of and then you'll hear about in the interview but basically I think right after the election she felt felt like I know this world that now is everyone's world and I have some Responsibility get in there and one thing I will say about the book which is also true. The podcast is I feel like Despite everyone in the world being on this story it feels sort of random a lot of the time time and the book really grounds what is happening and how Donald Trump became president in like decades and decades of family history the and New York history and tristate history and it was the first time that it felt like cohesive to me. Well you've answered in my questions. If you're looking to answer other people's questions maybe start a queue in a newsletter with mail chimp. They make it easy to start any Dang Kinda in a newsletter. You want You won't even have to start paying until a certain number of people subscribed so dip a toe dip that. Tell Jim now. Here's Max with Andrea Bernstein. Hi Andrea Hi so great to be here. Thank you for coming to do the PODCAST. Can I say that it's the thing that the trump team has most wanted to do was to talk with you. Well I will say that That's great and a little intimidating but There's one piece of that which is not surprising. which is that so I like emails a fairmount from people who think that they would be good guests on the podcasts Taylor like I you know who I think should be on the show is meek and I got a different one from your co host? Who remained said I think she'd have Andrea on the show? But it wasn't just like hey I think should have Andrea on. It's pretty interesting stuff. She doing he had a like a real like Tower Bernstein like the nine pillars. He didn't send that to me exactly would then I followed him and was definitely. We should do this and I was like. What do you think I should ask? And then he seventy nine pillars and it's rare that someone both nominates a colleague of theirs to come on the show and has such a like a a clear way of thinking about you've never met Elliott out of the blue. I just emailed me out of the blue and then put together this thing and I think it might help us talk talk about the book a little bit. The first pillar Bernstein is Everyone wants to help you. CEOS public information officers other journalists rival outlets people on the street. Anyone could be a source. That just don't know it yet. Your job is to let them know. Yeah anybody can be a source and it is. I mean one of the interesting things about reporting on the trump's in the Kushner says they seem so distant far off there in the White House but here in in this area the New York metropolitan area. Almost everybody knows one of the families and has had a personal experience with them so in many cases this is all I had to do was tell people. I'm writing a book and people said. Oh well I happen to know so and so and maybe so and so can help you so many people were afraid to talk to me so I wouldn't say that everybody wanted to help but it's true anybody could help. That was one of the questions I had reading the book which was this is among if not the hardest beat in the world. Lots of people are covering these folks. Lots of people are trying to figure out how Donald Trump's business works and I'm interested in how you get the main figures in this story to engage gauge with you when dozens of reporters are asking these questions. And then how you find the people who no one has talked to yet and then the third part of that question I guess is is like how do you find something new when everyone's trying to find the same thing so I mean one of the things that gave me pause was not an obvious thing because is one of the ways that I have covered. Corruption is by happily looking in the dark corners where nobody else is looking when we WNYC Z.. And when I started covering the bridge gate scandal with Chris Christie I had covered transportation so when they said that they had realigned the lanes to have a traffic study. I was like that is definitely definitely not a traffic study so I knew immediately. I knew immediately that there was politics and I had covered the port quarter therapy and I knew how to extract information from them so I cry. Let's go back. Yeah how do you extract information from the Port Authority so so one of the big ways you extract information from the poor thrice by showing up so you go to the meetings and you ask the questions but also I serve. They don't like to respond to freedom of information requests but the thing about the port authority is a state agency which is controlled by two governors. So in in any situation where there is a tension. Somebody is going to want to help you. Because they think it's going to thwart their other side so that is one of the ways that there were people who were unhappy with the way the other side was doing things that they would be willing to talk but then at the end of the deaths of everybody wants to talk especially when you're an honest broker occur and they understand that you're going to be fair about things so persistence is another thing. Just sorta hanging in there until people realize you're not going away and it's better to talk to you. visit potentially naive leave question but how important how big a part of that process is being able to suss out people's motivations that way and play to them. Well I think that you know in All journalism you're always looking for where's the oversight whereas the tension. Where's the places where people might disagree? So it's one of the reasons sway former employees organizations tend to be really great sources and there's a lot of people that really know how to work-linked Dan rea well and can find out everybody that used to work at a company and I. I don't do this so much but I mean like if I work with or they'll just call a list of people you get a bunch of names in the just call call so looking at those sources of tension is one way to extract information but anyway just to get back to your main question about some six everybody. Nobody else was covering it so it wasn't my natural inclination but also I did feel like I had a long view on this world and and also because I've been covering corruption in New York and New Jersey politics and also national politics. I had covered six presidential campaign so I just felt like I knew to all the elements of this particular world so I thought okay. Even though a lot of people are looking at it I need to look at it because I have a perspective on it. That is is not precisely the same as anybody else's so that was one reason why I thought I should do it. Even though it's a sandbox at everybody is playing in but one of the things that I really discovered as I went along is that most people don't read things multiple Arabi things very quickly so you can find out so many things by reading up to the end.

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McCormick Issues a Bland Outlook for 2020

MarketFoolery

03:30 min | 6 months ago

McCormick Issues a Bland Outlook for 2020

"Want to kick things off with some earning stories and let's begin with McCormick the spice maker and really Dang good stock over the last few years but not so much today share slipping a bit after McCormick reported lower than expected earnings. What is going on here? Well not only the McCormick mess on their revenue and earnings but they gave week guidance for twenty twenty Net income is actually down a penny year year on flat revenue. So Oh I think all in all this I mean McCormick's never been a high flying stock but it was a worse quarter than what was expected. But you need to put it in context for instance McCormick prior prior to this earnings was up forty percent over the past year alone and that is twenty five percent but still. That's you know. Twenty percent went over the market. Fifteen twenty percent over the market which is extremely impressive for a company that has only grown revenue in the low single digits for a long time. Now that's a lot of old. Hey it's a lot of old bay and it might not be a high flying company in constant currency terms. The company actually grew sales three percent. So there were some headwinds and there that we're a little bit out of their control. I think all in all McCormack ultimately what you're seeing is a strong stable dividend paying company that has just been on a tear and needs a little a little bit of a pullback if he asked me and speaking of being on a tear I think a lot of us when we think McCormack we think spices but in recent years they've gone on a bit of a buying spree where they've bought food companies and food brands like Franks red. Hot French is when I think mustard. I think French's so it's not just a spice maker anymore. Yeah look I have a bottle of fringe. Red Hot in my fridge constantly. I put that stuff on everything. The stick with their tagline there so McCormick is smart because they're always looking forward thinking. Okay well if we see any softness in this spice market last year there are some softens on the Food Service side of their their spiced division. So yeah they when they see opportunities is to acquire different brands. Then they do that. And it's smart because it diversified revenue stream a little bit infringe. Red Hot is great. Do you have a favorite spice. I like McCormack's six pre mixed spices. I know that's a cop out like I own little paper and the little paper bags I I know I know when I go home. I already have all those spices in my cabinet event somewhere. But there's something so nice. I just a little bag. You know putting it on the chicken putting on whatever and baking and making it all enough. I think there's no crime in that. I think you should just own it. You know what I love and I'm such a late adopter that I feel like I've I came across this maybe ten fifteen years ago but I'm such a huge fan of sea salt and I know salt. I know the world is the difference. It's I don't know it just feels chunkier and it just feels it feels better now. I know I know the tide. The tide has been turning against salt for a while and I know that like too much salt not a great thing so hold your emails but love me some sea salt so back to the stock. The stock doc has more than doubled over the last five years. Are you still bullish on McCormick. Going forward I am their cash flow from operations up fifteen percent year over year and May November they authorized their thirty fourth consecutive quarter of dividend increases. I think today's reaction might be a little bit of a needed. Pullback for the stock itself but in terms of it as an investment especially if you're looking for a dividend dividend about one point five percent yield but it's a good stable player that generates a lot a lot of cash

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"dang" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"dang" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Journalist dot dang. Or next world spill into show. General Gaiman Shaw. Have you got a backstage pass? You don't let me tell you something right now friend get up on your pick. It up off that couch sitting there staring at me with your hand down your pants. I'm talking to you get that couch. Go get a credit card over to the internet. Log onto the pill Henry show website other going to chat that was just that was a cluster bang over there and get yourself a backstage pass to the greatest value online other than porn the world famous. Phil Hendrie show. This. Then is dope. It's dope. That's the name of the group. Go. All right. We don't need a yell here. Okay. Let's get on Doug dang or Doug from the Orange County. Courier. We have an update, but you ought to be working on it. Right. So we get Doug dang around from the Orange County career. But I'm telling you right now, man, I'm pissed off. Because I don't like the idea that you know, I had everybody going to the website last night. And they weren't there. Just really hacks me off these things are going to happen. I think you need to be a little bit more understanding of the very hard work that many of these fine. Young men. Do that's fine. I got nothing against that. Margaret, and Phil was trying to say, and I want to say something got us, by the way. If I gotta see this cop shoot this ban. One more time matchy grace, you're going to burn in hell, God will point to you and say would you get your kicks? I hope you got your kick. Steve if I see this guy one more time turn that off. We gotta gotta sup- the guy. No, it ain't that God damned important. I don't wanna see this poor man getting shot over and over again by this fucking cop. Please, please. I'm begging you. All right. Oh, look at. So he said the taser. Hey said the taser was the guy stole the taser. We lied. So we already know that. Okay. Right here. Get the thing off of their man. Thank you. So anyway, what what we're going to have is is hopefully, we're gonna have our chat tonight. So and that will be tonight at nine o'clock here on the website at ninety nine o'clock Pacific, and let's just hope that everything goes. Well, he's what to all right. Doug dang with us from the Orange County courier. You know, you really need to relax failure your your tension up on me. Well, look at I'm trying to do a show here. That's got some entertainment value. And meanwhile, you guys got this freaking thing from South Carolina over and over and over again. All right. Thank you. I mean, this is that exactly put me in a good mood here. All right. Doug dang are on the line with us from the Orange County career. Doug is over at farmers today. The bookstore there in the south coast mall, where he is going to be signing copies of his both of his autobiography gay men. And then I'm a gay journalist. Doug these books. I don't think I've heard of anybody releasing two autobiographies both different titled autobiographies at once. Pillow right there. The the reason why we did that I'm a gay man, gay journalist. And that's what I wanted to do. I wanted to have a thing. I wanted to make a statement as a writer gay man and his Ramsgate journalists and as a man the game in as a man Jay journalists thought have I had two different books, and these were two different distinct, very very different autobiographies one was about me being a gay, man. And the other one me about being a gave excuse me one was about me being bane..

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"dang" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dang" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Dang. Dang dang dang today. Somebody. Datta? Baghdad. Bomb bomb bomb. Dang, dang. Dang. Bom Bom Bom Bom Bom Bom. Dang, dang, dang dang. It all day. Nineteen Fifty-eight had Elvis.

"dang" Discussed on This is War

This is War

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"dang" Discussed on This is War

"This podcast is sponsored by ADT. This Israel protection when it comes to something as important as your family safety. You deserve real protection. From ADT. Real protection means the nation's number one smart home security provider is standing by. And there for you. When you need them. Real protection means having a safe smart home, a home custom fit your lifestyle with everything from video doorbells to surveillance cameras that stream to your phone to smart locks and lights to carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. If you're trying to self monitor your home security, why be glued to your phone twenty four seven when you can have best in class monitoring professionals from ADT that is real protection real protection means helping keep you safe on the go in the car, or when your kids are at school with the ADT go app and has button setup. Custom automations unique to your home to automats do things like lock the doors and set the thermostat when you leave you can even close the garage door from virtually anywhere that Israel. Protection? No matter how you define safety for you, your family or your business ADT is their visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install a secure smart home. Just for you ADT real protection. Begin to wrestle with whether he would extend or call it quits. And if he did what he would do after. Although isolation was something he already had started to crave by the time. He was back in the armory dying. Didn't see it that way at the time. He came back to a room filled with broken weapons he had to deal with which was ways year than dealing with the fact of his coming back at all when I got back to Okinawa. It was really strange because they held a semi for all the as I went over. And they wanted to thank us for for doing our part. But I didn't go just went back to work. I just want to the armory and worked on my guns. You know, I didn't feel I was something to be proud of like I didn't feel like I contributed enough for some reason. I wanted to be the one to die. I didn't want my friends that I it was really hard to swallow the reality that these people with families and kids they're the ones who died and me with nothing with nothing to lose. I'm the one that's revived. It was it was hard. He will should be applauding the people who didn't. It back. You know, I felt that I shouldn't have came back. I felt that I I should have died there in some sense part of me did Andrew's plan had been to enlist for four years. Get a degree with the GI Bill in aerospace engineering, and then make a life out of that since dangling plan was to follow in his brother's footsteps. That's what he did. Anthony dang spent the rest of his time in the marines helping train people for been combat. He also underwent some psychiatric evaluations. They gave him a PTSD diagnosis, but he blew it off. Sure, he had some of the symptoms, but not without reason. It was something he knew he'd have to work on his own. Anyway, I I worked at Sony testing video games. I was ridiculous everyone. There was a so young and house like this old combat. It was really hard because I felt that I deserve more. I ended up leaving that job for better paying one devils more in line with engineering, but it was not what I thought would happen. You know, ideally, I thought would get out of the military, and I would get a a good. Paying job. And when I came back, and I was living in Redwood City. I was staying with one of my high school friends, and I thought I could just slip back into that reality of being friends with my friends from high school and living with them and everything would be all right, again just rewind the clock play it back from where it was. But it didn't turn out the way I came back. And I was just so different. I grew so differently from everybody else. Like, so many veterans who came back at this time dang had to deal with way more than just reintegrating. It was the end of two thousand eight and he was going to school and looking for meaningful work at the height of the financial crisis. He drifted a little further away from his friends, and what family he had left and descended into a life of silence and solitude for as long as he could stand to combat veterans or really getting left in the dust. And I felt that I had been abandoned I had to go to the VA a bunch of times, you know, to to get my head straight and everything before right before the. Today's like thanksgiving was coming up soon in two thousand nine I attempted suicide and the psychiatric personnel on the VA gonna wind and they brought some police over and restrain me and they had like an ambulance come over. And they put me in the ambulance into took me to the Paul wall VA center where they had like a psychiatric ward. And they took my shoelaces off which is fucking weird and put table because I guess people can hang themselves with shoelaces. I guess it was strange. It was like I had to go to prison felt like a prison at a take their medication. You know, they they closely monitored me throughout the day and night. It was hard to live especially during the holidays. And during thanksgiving, my friends came by in propping thanksgiving dinner, which was nice of them. I had to lot of them when I told him that there. I'm in there because you know, I told him I flipped out on my psychiatrist, and they put me in there. I didn't want to tell them that. I. Suicide or tried to say and when I got out everyone's still treated me differently. They treat me like a job. You know? Like, I they

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"dang" Discussed on This is War

This is War

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"dang" Discussed on This is War

"Was killed by RPG in an ambush. And so after that, I tried the Marine Corps. We've Angie's his natural inclination as it is a dangerous one on the face of it. It's a way to balance the scales to bring equity in a world that doesn't treasure fairness. But the tough thing about revenge as it is a journey, not a destination. It's a process that often requires you to trade in the best most human parts of yourself for the promise that one day, you'll be made whole the thing. Is revenge stories very rarely, and well, you know, kind of wrestled just for a little bit on the ground try to pull the gun away from him. But yet it's slung around his neck, and I had a hard time trying to pull it off of him. And I had my Tomahawk just hanging around my waist, and so I grabbed that and use that against them. What is true bravery? What makes a hero a hero tested by the worries of what's happening at home, thousands of miles away. And the reality of what you're facing here. And now when your life is in danger every second and it's either kill or be killed from wondering and incongruity media. This is Anthony Russo. And this. Is war? Hi, this is Anthony from this war. And we've got some really exciting news. You can now listen to new episodes of this war completely ad free exclusively on Stitcher premium. In addition to our adversary shows, you also can listen to tons of other. Wondering shows like sort and scale or American history tellers, plus with Stitcher premium you get access to hundreds of hours of ridge content. Audio documentaries and exclusive bonus episodes from some of your other favorite podcasts. If you're one of those people who likes to skip over ads anyway, Stitcher premiums, probably a great solution. You don't have to hover with your finger over the thirty seconds or fifteen second button. You can just listen through the whole show uninterrupted sign up now for a free month of Stitcher premium by going to Stitcher premium dot com slash wonder and using the promo code wondering. Then once you signed up just download the Stitcher app for Android and start listening. That's Stitcher premium dot com slash wondering. And the promo code is. Wondering does? Byu N D E R Y. Andrew dang wanted to be a pilot, maybe an astronaut, but a childhood illness. Excluded him from pursuing that program. His brother Anthony, you'd always teased him that he would listen the marines just to show him up. But after nine eleven Andrew who is the older of the two decided that he wanted to enlist in the marines be the first one to go to war. We had a knock on our door late at night super late, and there was some two policemen and two marines dressing, their their formal uniforms. I I thought I was in trouble. You know, I was doing all kinds of dumb shut school. And it's my mom and my mom came by. And she immediately knew and she dropped down her knees. And they said, I'm sorry. But your son has been killed in action. He was killed in the first battle of Ramadi two thousand four years with the second battalion fourth marines. He was a part of the quick reaction force for their battalion. He was killed by RPG in an ambush. And so after that. Joined the Marine Corps. Andrew dang was one of the first people from the bay area who have been killed in combat since the Vietnam war and the reporters were relentless eventually his mother couldn't stand the constant attention. Or really the fact that our oldest son was gone. So she moved away leaving her younger son to couch surface way through senior year while waiting for his chance to go fight. There's no doubt that Anthony dang wanted payback. But he also wanted to get money for college. So that he could continue his brother's dream of becoming an aerospace engineer following in his brother's footsteps also got him noticed during boot camp at MC are de-. There was an assembly, you know, pretty much on how to be marine, you know, and how to be a member of the armed forces, and they had some other drill. Instructors. Come in one of them asks, you know, who here has a sibling, that's Marine Corps. You know, who's who's a marine, you know, and I a couple of others raise their hands. You know, and he pointed me out, and he says you what's your name? I said recruiting, you know, he pulled me aside and told the whole class. Because he was my brother's Jilin structure, and he knew that he had been killed in action. And then he just started to remember him. And that you know, Andrew was really good. But everything he did. And he made the ultimate sacrifice that point really stuck with me because it gave me another boost motivation. Again, it reminded me why I was there. His recruiter told him that there was a wait list for the infantry. So dang enlisted is a small arms technician for expediency sick couch surfing for another year wasn't something that appealed to him. And he was sure he'd be able to find his way into the fight. You see small arms texture attached to all manner of units in the marines. But dang wanted to be attached to a combat unit. His hope was to perform regular marine duties like patrolling during the day, and then come back and clean and maintain weapons in the evening. It wasn't an ideal situation. But it was the best way for him to get into the war as fast as possible. I felt that I didn't quite fit in with a lot of the people a lot of people joined certain non-combat jobs because they didn't want. Go to combat, you know, and here I was the only person here that really wanted to go to combat. I was getting real tired of it just the daily grind of his training and not not being deployed, and you know, every time a unit will go to the field. I go out with them. There was an opening for an armor. They need an armor out in out in Iraq. And man, it was it was crazy almost like a that calling. And finally came they asked for volunteers. And I was only one that volunteered. So I ended up getting being an

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"dang" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on Channel 955

"Dang if you got a big research gotta work title black white chinese voice shaking it ain't no shame yoke dang just make sure you ahead of the game friskin pop gain picks a black saying oh yes the mass so much faster one won't even that's why you have been like dome light joma boy gobert some somebody dang if he got a big research shifted bad now i gotta work yes making third break you'd rather see me catch a case to play.

"dang" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on WDRC

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"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

"The streets and think off i see them they're gonna try to murder me like they're actually going to shoot me a murder me i don't you know because they have if i'm not afraid to die while it i be afraid take a risk on a design element like aw a really wanted to add this graphic but they were gonna tell me no it's like it will all you can do is tell me no just take every risk it's one thing to be stupid about taking risks but if it's a calculated risk you always take the risks because you can't afford not to take the risks because your growth in development as an individual in a professional will be stunted at every single risks that you don't take in when you look back and say aw man i wish i would have done that it's like it doesn't hurt anyone but you you know like especially if you're if you're working not as a freelance designer or professional you can take that risk because you're not on the clock you know you could say i'm gonna work extra hours or i have this job security they're not gonna be mad at me as a freelancer sometimes like well if i do this thing that takes ten extra hours in a billing hourly you're going to be upset so i just have to draw sketch or get by in before i do it but you know take the risks what is there to fear you know nothing's going to happen like nothing someone's going to be mad is like if you're like oh if my boss's boss seeing this their minds would change about this thing is your boss going to be mad that you know you showed someone of doesn't matter like at the end of the day if it's your you do your best work and you put your best work in front of the people that are most influential part of that i got from polish share who i believe said you need a patron in your institution especially if they are above the people that are stopping you from getting your work push through in you know in polish air can do it.

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"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

"And it's like well it gets bland and so if that becomes the the default is this one way of thinking than we have this homogeneous of design and we don't have the ability to express things with the nuance that more diverse cultures can what are some of your other influences so i grew up in the inner city so i am very much influenced by hiphop urban music i studied karate when i was a kid so i'm very much influenced by the art of war the book of five rings i just you know i was just recommended to read the prance by machiavelli i guess general what inspires me in life are those kind of things like a cultural things but does are deeming design wise i'm not sure if i mean you know we as designers get inspiration from a lot of different things you know are there any other types of influence since you mentioned you know that kind of grid design what other influences you have that go into your work what i generally try to do it might design work is try to i know there's people that are massively innovative i try to be incrementally if that makes sense and so i think that the easiest way to do that that is when you start referencing you've become crossdisciplinary like i was taught in my undergrad to learn as much as you possibly could about all types of things because you never know when that's going to help you come up with a novel design solution in like so one of the designers that i've like i love this designer she's in new york her name is kelly anderson and i love her work because she does exactly that she made a wedding invite out of she made a record like a vinyl record in then she figured out a way to take a piece of paper invite and a needle in turn that piece of paper in the needle into a record player and it's because she hangs up around people that are just really smart bright people that do these kind of things in so the design solution would have never been thought of in a purely visual space that's a engineering kind of product development idea but one of the coolest design artifacts i've seen in the coolest wedding invite i've ever seen for sure.

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"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

"Strokes but going through his catalogue you know i was tasked with making like page breaks and like a cover and the idea was that we wanted to connect african art with western sensibilities in so it's like well how do you appeal to a western audience with african art motifs in it was a very interesting problem space because usually even myself there's a thing in african art which is pleasing regularity i love everything to be symmetrical like i don't want anything to be off in any way especially if it looks like it's almost a metrical it bothers me in so it was interesting to learn that this aesthetic is culturally ingrained it's not that we as human beings things need to be symmetrical in so we did this project in i ended up laser engraving the cover out of wood and taking a photograph of the wood in so that created a level of a regularity because the wood was naturally regular but i was able to make things somewhat perfectly symmetrical and you'd pull in these things so it was like the interesting learning opportunity for me to kind of see things beyond my personal western perspective and at the time when i made it i didn't even know i had like this severely western perspective on what was visually appealing but it was interesting because one black panther came out actually went out to see the movie with my professor in she's saying will this comes from this tribe in this tribe in this tribe and some of the stuff are recognized because of this book and i was it was just one of those interesting things where you get to like cross back into your own culture and then like that book was made maybe three or four years ago coming back in sing it introduced into mass media and so i mean i thought that was a an interesting project in then how it was mirrored today where you see these motifs actually being used.

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"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on Revision Path

"Now for this week's interview we're talking to multidisciplinary designer thomas day in cleveland ohio let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do i am thomas dang i'm a graphic designer and a nba candidate at cleveland state university so tell me like what's the typical daylight for you know we talk a little bit before recording and you mentioned that you're just now starting to pursue your mba yes so the programs generally are developed for people that are fulltime working people so all the classes are at night so i have the freedom to still work during the day but i'm freelancing during the day so it gives me flexibility to take time to study if need be but in the days i'm generally working on anything between like a motion graphic project to like an email or website or some type of print collateral okay so you're working on a lot of different types of projects yes yes what are the best types of clients for you to have i generally look for clients that have kind of an open mindedness to kind of go through the design process as it should be not necessarily as like a timeline or like they're they're kind of standard way of doing things is like i've had a lot of clients where you know i develop a a level of trust initially in the end i try to push the project as far as i can and it's usually the client instead allow you to push it as far as it can go are the best clients so when you say the design process as it should be can you like elaborate on that little more when you you know you start off with allows you start off with your creative brief you figure out what the design problem is and all the things that will allow you to help solve that problem a lot of times you'll see clients that have an an artifact in mind and it's like well let's back up figure out what the need is and let's figure out what the best artifact is to fulfill that need in so if someone says oh i need a a minute thirty second video and it's like maybe.

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"dang" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Dang than him who's calls a plus television the new yeah man of power no doubt in that power this wound gene we're not only mildly on body weaker we we we have my eye bentsen make it in moliro baz has done on if booth dear john monie eighty live added to get you donald who made you'd evening as bad at twenty could we thought but the thing i've got a lawyer identity no way that again humanely man is now the cannot get of an ivy no now the madman this way lina we we go yeah i just got do i think god deserve it yao we added ruin amounted algorithm film up nine rain no cloud less prayers the it out of a van we did visit aghast email you've been talking about new girls on the way mighty girl he later my barbed i would have to get out let me he man of i was down the nadal i mayo nah he had we we looked man we report applauded lack of new good just got out a chip newmont are reluctant to flu oh may eastill valencia but barley men leg kelly you emotional gouda gunmen deppish moving as you stand this thing i know he's been chosen me but when we say on channel four kuchar michio goes on china preston was on me in my little flood watch ohkoso quarter urges the economy and look it dill i smashed the mouth personal telescope face bestow bird is mark sure so he the ugandan cycle yukos has gone places that can be aggie your west from the sea gucci cbv r p so forth the nichols liquor me.

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"dang" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Dang than him who's calls a plus television the new yeah man of power no doubt in that power this wound gene we're not only mildly on body weaker we we we have my eye bentsen make it in moliro baz has done on if booth dear john monie eighty live added to get you donald who made you'd evening as bad at twenty could we thought but the thing i've got a lawyer identity no way that again humanely man is now the cannot get of an ivy no now the madman this way lina we we go yeah i just got do i think god deserve it yao we added ruin amounted algorithm film up nine rain no cloud less prayers the it out of a van we did visit aghast email you've been talking about new girls on the way mighty girl he later my barbed i would have to get out let me he man of i was down the nadal i mayo nah he had we we looked man we report applauded lack of new good just got out a chip newmont are reluctant to flu oh may eastill valencia but barley men leg kelly you emotional gouda gunmen deppish moving as you stand this thing i know he's been chosen me but when we say on channel four kuchar michio goes on china preston was on me in my little flood watch ohkoso quarter urges the economy and look it dill i smashed the mouth personal telescope face bestow bird is mark sure so he the ugandan cycle yukos has gone places that can be aggie your west from the sea gucci cbv r p so forth the nichols liquor me.

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"dang" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"dang" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The arab ab and the air baby was very sick and dr luca dang was with me and he said well what are you going to do about this and i said me you're the doctor but he said no you have to do it so i said i will pray and do this business you to do it he was preparing me for a time when he wouldn't be a long and i would have to tend to the ruins along with uh david daniel i'm up your dang and and so i i was able to take care of the baby and uh little peter came back and he said thank you for taking care of the arab baby he was overjoyed eric and i said well that's the lord's doing but i wouldn't have known unless you set it peter and then i think what do stunned me whereas uh when um santino the translators said to me the eric di pd you just helped the the slave master peters slave master who took a speedier and close to his right foot because he had uh he had lost to go that's what the people a children there is no mercy there is no mercy and date in door because they're black because they're christian and traditional believers and because they are not considered to be even as valuable as the cattle and goats and sheep that to take care of those are the ones were trying to get out of hell and bring back into the glory fair at the family circle the community and the church you have spent time yourself in sodano oh my god yes we you i went in during the war with dr john i'm there and i had to.

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"dang" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"dang" Discussed on KGO 810

"I dang can you explain ormond he and women then you don't have to bonner stand rat here mad body why hani you man team man thank you and many in detail no s everybody thank you so much well and roger rocho by the way why is also on her prince cover band he can pretty much cover it all arrived anyway so yeah this is this is a a lot of fun to see the the the area talent that comes in here and we we try to get something might somebody on every friday who we have comedy on from cobb switches the sister club for the punchline who is we have this week it's death eto again if you get a chance in your in your car on a friday and its suspect win one of those weeks or could be a tuesday which to me is the worst week they are the week you know why because i'm ready for monday right i can deal with monday because monday again up you know what he's going to be bad right i mean rights you gear up for it and then you get your money go and then tuesday just comes along out of nowhere this sucks really bad i feel like can to on santa i'm going to sit out because it's kind of weird anyway so all we had a story here that this i want of him town itit's and about martial arts and it's one of the things that always bothered me about the the whole concept of of getting your kids involved in this is it there's two reasons why you do it right and and the right reason is four just conditioning stretching all the things that go into like taekwondo and that's probably what most you guys have you had care the flynn what you turn your mike on there hello there she is a non bracket eternal micha police i know i never say that about nicky butt could you term i think yeah but there's like so i mean you're the you're the person in the room here with part of the youngest yes yes yeah i bet in the entire rooms anybody of kids younger than seven and a urged how old is dillon six yellen sex dillon six in mali's eight marlies eight yes so i mean so i mean marley probably is no interest in martial arts right well she's.

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