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Seattle Police Department arrests WA State Patrol employee for investigation of rape of a child
"Of the state patrols in jail accused of attempted child rape. He was arrested Tuesday during a sting operation in Kirkland. The 27 year old suspect is not a sworn trooper, but rather an inspection officer. For commercial vehicles, including school Busses over those inspections were not conducted near students. You plays immediately removed from his duty investigate administratively policy violations appropriate personnel action, spokesman Darrin Wright says Seattle police will be handling the investigation
"darrin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Darrin Smith will join us here at 7 30. Tonight. We'll get his thoughts on the day's events. But as we continue will head to Washington coverage of the ongoing festivities Right now in D C. Jared Hell, Fern and Rachel Solan are anchoring our coverage here. The events already in progress. News radio 600 Coco. 525,600 minutes 25,000 moments so day 525,600 men, It's how do you measure measure? Yeah. In daylight inside that In med, nine cups of coffee in Kenji's boys and latter and striding 125,600 minutes. How do you measure a year in the life here? 25,600 My 125,010 dates 525,600 Do you mess up the laugh of a long life over man intrudes that she left or in times that he could ride in the branches him burn with the way that shit Sounds good. A little better. Celebrating America. Welcome back. Hunger continues to be a heartbreaking reality in our nation. During this.
U.S. plans to ship 6 million Moderna doses
"Vaccine out very soon. On Tuesday, the FDA confirmed that modern is to dose vaccine is safe and effective. The first week of the rollout of the Madonna vaccine were expected to ship out six million doses. The government also bought another 100 million doses from and Erna or a total of 200 million at a cost of 3.2 billion. More on all the good vaccine is will speak to Sarah over mall Healthcare reporter at Politico. This is basically deja vu for last week, so the fighter vaccine it was authorized by FDA last week on very similar data, which is why we are pretty confident about the trajectory for this, Madonna one. We expect that after a expert advisory panel meets on Thursday, the FDA could be authorizing it as In as Friday morning as it did the visor. And then we will have a CDC panel meeting over the weekend to talk about recommendations for who this goes to first. But because they are really similar vaccines, they have a very similar technology called Messenger RNA. They also have almost identical, effective district. We can expect some of the same things. There are some important distinctions for them. Oh, Darrin. I want especially with her and populations that they have different data for. For instance, it shows that it's more effective and younger people than it is in people over the age of 65. That could be a really important distinction. As we roll these this is out and find out that maybe the size or one is more ideal for nursing homes and the Magenta. One might be more ideal for people who work in high exposure areas but are necessarily is older. Somebody who's any more vulnerable situation. So these are the things we're gonna find out over the next few days. But All right. We could, as of next week have a million more doses to be shipping out across the country. The initial round of doses are obviously limited. How many doses air we're gonna be able to see Go out in the first push. So they're actually really more of the mod Janet. This is out in the first post than there were of the Visor. One's government officials have said that nearly six million will be put out into more than 3000 sites. Next week. If we do have this authorized, which were expected to that's in comparison to shoot 0.9 million doses from Kaiser that going out as we speak and 2.9 million from visor that had been held back for a second dose so between the two of them Each has promised 20 million doses. A piece this month, which is 40 million total. But they all are Cheetos regiments. You can think of this as 20 million very high need people getting doses this month. There was some criticism with the government's action on the visor vaccine for not buying that extension or extra doses. But on this case with the Madonna vaccine, the U. S. It exercise their right to buy 100 million additional doses of the Madonna vaccine. Tell us a little bit about that. And then the cost associated with it? Because this one is a little more closely tied to operation warp speed. The government gave Moderna more money to develop this whole thing. Exactly. And so they had options with both of those pharmaceutical companies to buy 100 million doses originally, But the option to buy hundreds of millions more with each of them to christen lately has been that they did not exercise that option when they could have with visor, So they had an option to buy up to 500 million doses from them. And according to size, sir, they offered that to the government multiple times in the government didn't take them up on that. And so they moved on. They have signed multiple different agreements with other countries in the world. I mean, think about the entire world Once he's highly effective vaccines so kind of to them that loss or TOC shore up our supplies here in the United States, the United States announced late last week that they would buy 100 million more of the Modano vaccine, and that brings the total cost more damage to 3.2. Million dollars, which is I popping. But when you think about how much his company which has never actually mass produced a vaccine or product ever before Madonna, this is going to be their first authorized products. The huge undertaking. That's why there's so much money going towards this. So you can think about this as the U. S trying to shore up its supplies in this arena, but it also has multiple other agreements out there with Six manufacturers total to get if everything goes right, 900 billion doses that might seem like Ah, lot like way too much for the U. S. But we don't know how many of those air going toe work. We even just learned last week that another vaccine from Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline is going to be delayed until the end of 2021 because they didn't get really good results. So this is why the U. S government betting so big Yeah, and the modern of vaccine, for its part is easier to ship and store them. The Fizer one is so you know, maybe this vaccine will make it into rule areas a little more easily. So there's benefits you know, and pros and cons to each one kind of on this, so at least a good thing that they bought a bunch of those extra orders. And last thing I wanted to ask real quick was just about How much the Madonna vaccine protects. There's been things made that it can reduce severe effects of coronavirus. They're hoping obviously, that it'll reduce transmission rates. But that's kind of what the focus was of their study as well. And just how effective this would be. So that was something we learned in the Food and Drug Administration briefing documents Tuesday morning was that not only is this effective broadly, but there's a suggestion that after the first dose in my daddy didn't have curbed infections, and you might think that's pretty obvious. That's what vaccine you just supposed to do. But we don't actually know yet how effective vaccines would be a preventing transmission, which is kind of the ultimate goal. We don't want people to have to get sick in the first place. This indicates that the magenta vaccine might be able to do that and then, like you said with severe Covert illness. There are really promising results from the Madonna vaccine. There were 30 severe illnesses in the placebo arm and none in the vaccine arm. That's great news. So we actually have between this adviser to really promising candidates. First out of the gate. We kind of couldn't expect the Better To be honest, too. Now, you know, it's the challenge of getting this out to people getting into the people who need it most right away and meeting the demand that we know we're gonna have and the United States and also in the world. Sarah over mall Healthcare reporter at Politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, I thank you for having me take political
"darrin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We're here. We're going in that we go in there, baby. I got Darrin Porcher man. I got the doctor meant I don't want to hold him up that your brother Dr Darrin Porcher is as a true American hero. He really is. Retired NYPD Lieutenant Criminal justice, professor at Pace University. Former army officer all around Great guy Garin. Welcome back to the show, Doctor. Always a privilege to have you with us, sir. Thank you for having me. Joe is always it's a pleasure getting ready for Christmas Eve for those seven fishes mill. You what? You know what? Really disappointed Garrett and thank you for vegetative that because I know I would invite you to the house. We can't even do. My mother bought the fish. But we can't even have the fish because we're social distancing. So I don't know. I've never knowing my mom. She will cook the fish. Anyway. You love saying that, you know, so we could do take out you want to do? How do you want to take out there? And you could be? Oh, that sucks Joe Because I had my own variation. I had Gordon's fish sticks and some whiting and I was holding the greatest threat to the floor. But you know that just say, Hey, he's by my Lord. You in here. You're the best myth. No police. No. We're gonna get you. We'll get there. We're gonna take care of you. You don't come to the Episcopal House would take out. That's what it would be. But Jared all good in your life. Everything okay? Just all right. Everybody healthy and everything Good, sir? Yes. So far so good. Just it's so unfortunate that we have the Emperor Cuomo imposing another lock down on indoor dining here in New York. So it's just kind of putting us back into a place where we're sheltering. And no one is thinking in terms of how the small businesses can flourish over these holiday periods because Laying off a lot of workers, but now we're moving into this thing that's happening in Jersey. That's another atrocity that we'll talk about showing that do Jersey cracking down on the police officers quote unquote use of force and, you know, they say the parameters of her desperate situation. The aging nature. This is a Darren and correct me if I'm wrong. Like a regressive socialist agenda that that has nothing to do with the great state of New Jersey. But for a Neji to tell, And I don't know that if a G Grunwald actually served as a as a cop, but unless you're a police officer on the streets in the heat of the battle, you should not give the police advice in my opinion, and in my right when I say that Darrin Porcher I've been wholehearted agrees because I believe that you need to have a practitioner partition of base model that you can move forward. When we look at what the attorney general of New Jersey is doing. It just doesn't make sense. I believe that he's bowing to the sentiment of the radical left from the perspective of advancing that agenda, and it's hurting those citizens. That reside in the state of New Jersey. What exactly is it? Their bedding Choke holds. And the Connelly? Is that what they're doing? They're just telling you what things you cannot do. Well, it's in the simplest of different issues that show Cole is one of the things but in addition there mentioning that use of force against citizens should be of a last resort. I think that no one understands this better than a police officer acting within the moment and no way shape or form do you cops want to unnecessarily hurt people? But when a person is resisting, you have to do is necessary to take that person into custody, not just for the safety of use an officer But the safety of the whole for society because those citizens need protection by police officers. Now I don't know if this is real. I'm reading this year. But they said restrictions are also being placed on the use of police dogs that they ever tell the day that that is well the trainer way We put restrictions on the use of police dogs. I mean, how do you do that? I mean, what? What's the impetus there? Do you think Darrin? Well, they've used they're looking at the police. The pulse of the canines is an extension of a police officer's use of force. But you have done to stand traditionally, when canine is deployed, such as a burglary, tasteful example of someone that in these in a bit and, um, in the building in the canine and a cane, and I'll do was let me tell you Those are some courageous dog's step out there, and they do what's necessary to protect not just the police but the citizens. So it goes back to what the attorney general in New Jersey is doing it just basically for saying a miscarriage of public safety to those residents in New Jersey, and it's just so unfortunate and because You know the caps of doing any and everything in their power to protect citizens and not hurt him. But now you have this new referendum on use of force to Spain introduced, you know, Dr Porcher what they're talking about defending the police. You write. Your point is well taken down. Is he right on the money? It hurts the most stressed in the communities and it helps. It hurts the most stress communities themselves. Look what happened in Minneapolis. On the people that are being everybody else with money will just play move out of town. But everybody else that has to live there is in this devastated area. And then if you take this, the authority the police away where the police can actually stop crime. You're just gonna hurt the citizens and the citizens hurt the most in correct me if I'm wrong Doctor border Are the most at risk citizens of our society. You? Absolutely right. It's funny. You mentioned what happened in Minneapolis. The citizenry of Minneapolis is suing the City Council for de Funding the police because there's been a meteoric rise in violence before their agenda has not been accurate, and it doesn't represent with the whole hearted majority of that population once..
Pat Sajak apologizes for yelling at 'ungrateful' contestant on 'Wheel of Fortune': 'I finally snapped'
"Wheel of Fortune's Pat Sajak called out a contestant for being ungrateful. The game show host stunned viewers as he laid into the contestant named Darren after he solved the puzzle for things that begin with the word kitchen. Darren then questioned the phrase kitchen oven to which say, Jack replied, You want I want. I thought you got the puzzle. I'm grateful players had Jack was laughing and he added, No, I'm just teaching Sands reacted on Twitter taking sides on the argument, but say Jack Again reiterated it was all in fun at the end of the show. I'm sorry I yelled at you. Darrin Shell Pelino Fox
"darrin" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Vienna an alexandria and also at architectural ceramics dot com sort of norse who begin year two of the darrin horn era tomorrow and bbc arena against a ball state. The head coach of the defending horizon league tournament. Champions darrin horn is with us..
Exxon, Chevron lose $887 million as pandemic pain continues
"As much in the pandemic that has crushed demand for gasoline and jet fuel. Exxon Mobil laws $680 million in the summer order CEO Darrin would says the company's been cutting costs. Exxon is cutting 1900 jobs from its US were forced Chevron lost $207 million in the quarter. Chevron is also eliminating positions. Oil demands expected to Decline 8% this year. Colgate Palmolive
"darrin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Darrin. Well, hello and still a quiet drive. As we're looking at things around the bet Fred's sports traffic Center. Really good drive on I 70 I 25 nothing to complain about on 2 to 5 C for 70. I mean, we could complain, But there's we'd be called a whiner. I guess we do have one ofthe freeway problem is a bit of a concern. And 50th and Vasquez everything else. Oh, really looks good. I'm Darren Copeland on KO News Radio. Live everywhere on the I Heart radio app fox 31 pinpoint weather overcast tonight low of 26 warming up to 66 tomorrow. The snow arrives by Sunday with a high of just 23 degrees. It is currently 26 degrees. Our top story on K Away news Radio, The East Troublesome fire still growing 35,000 bigger Still within this last 24 hour period. Things have slowed over the past few days, but there's still a significant amount of fire growth as Grand County Sheriff Breast Shortland, he says. Because of that, and because there are so many homes to check, it's still unknown. How many structures have been lost Incident Commander Dan Dallas says Highway for He has reopened Highway 40 has been open for access, which is a great thing to get moving from east to West again. Keep in mind that we do have firefighters using this thoroughfare and these ancillary roads, So please be cautious of that. Make sure to keep your speed down. Colorado highway. 1, 25 and 34 are still closed. Families who had to evacuate because of the fire said they only had minutes to get out. Matthew Reed and his family lost their home in unincorporated Grand County. My daughter she's three perhaps lost everything she knows. She asked me today. She knows she's got a pretty good idea that our house is gone. But she wants to go check and make sure that you know, like Princess Castle. And she wants to know that I have her bathtub is okay. We read talking with Fox 31 for our firefighters. The snow can't get here fast enough. Cold front comes in late Saturday afternoon into the mountains and then overnight into Denver Going into Sunday.
Jose Abreu Drives In 7 Runs, Chicago White Sox Rout Detroit Tigers 14-0
"It was quite a night for Whiteside's first baseman, Jose Briana 14. Nothing went over the Tigers last night. Ready with a pair of three run homers. He had four hits. He drove in seven runs and scored five. That combination is a first in White Sox history. Jim Anderson also had himself a forehead night in the victory. The White Sox maintaining a one game lead on the Twins for first place in the American League Central Whiteside's go for the sweep of the Tigers later on this afternoon pregame coming away at 12 35. Darrin Jackson, I will have to call it won 10 on 7 20 w G. N White Sox made three roster moves today. Purchasing the contract of today's starter Jonathan Stever, will make his major league debut. They've optioned pitcher Alex McCready's Schomburg and transferred Carlos Road onto the 45 Day injured list.
Overlooked Auteurs: Ida Lupino and Maya Deren
"Guys. In this first episode of your. Marathon. With my appearance films, Meshes of the afternoon at land and ritual in transfigured time and IDA. Lupino. The hitchhiker I've been thinking about how to connect these two directors and these films if it is fair to connect them. On the one hand Lupino and Darren have little in Common Darrin made experimental films bending cinemas form and it's character and narrative conventions and she worked holy outside the studio system. She was this film theorist writer director actor where she funded promoted and screened her own work off and on living room walls. Lupino on the other hand made more straightforward narrative films following character plot and structure conventions, and she worked from inside the Studio System With Archaic Pictures for example, ultimately distributing the hitchhiker. But it is notable that Lupino was actually suspended from studio contracts and when she turned to directing, she formed her own production company called the filmmakers and beyond production itself both women in their unique ways bucked the system and pioneered that own paths and I think I must say, Latinos, the hitchhiker is perhaps for me alternately as subversive as the wonderful woman figure in Darren's at land this figure who crawls and gropes her way along the long table at a formal dinner party exposing and disrupting their rituals and expectations of so-called polite society. Take the ways both Darren's meshes of the afternoon and Lupinos the hitchhiker reference and disrupt the conventions of filled noir of their day. If nor films broadly speaking are these thrillers featuring things like low key lighting and claustrophobic urban interiors kind of a somber mood a sense of cynicism inescapable fatalism, an anti hero of course, and FM fatal both films give us many of these things but new Lupino Duar in the hitchhiker rejects the classic cityscape and creates the same coster phobic intensity in a wide open desert landscape instead. She also rejects a FEM fatal that figure of Man's demise, and she focuses our attention on the brittle masculinity of her male characters, exposing guns fetish wielded only by those who are weakest and most insecure. And instead of a SAM spade type figure furiously asserting his independence, I won't play the SAP for you. Lupino suggests it's in vulnerability and Camaraderie where true strength lies. And Darren's noir infuse meshes of the afternoon while offering her character, a claustrophobic cycle of fate within the walls of a city home from which noir like death seems only escape. She even more radically rejects cohesive ideas of anti heroine, FEM, fatale, and makes her central figure a woman someone who she makes both anti hero amphay towel. And instead of a thriller playing out over a three act structure, she makes it a thriller wholly confined to one individual's mind where we see justice many twists and character trails as any new are. So my question for both of you as you begin this new marathon and consider Lupino and Darren specifically is what do you see in these directors films that like the connections to Nuwara that we've noted the film's are products of the kind of cinematic conventions that every filmmaker is in debt to, but also showcase evidence of trail-blazing in form and in content the you so much. Melissa. For that setup, we hope that we'll. Get a chance to hear from Melissa another time or two throughout this marathon. But she certainly did an excellent job getting a started she also in her extended voicemail pointed out that look was the only woman director who is included in Andrew Sarah says the American cinema directors and directions from nineteen, sixty eight, which included his ranking of directors. He kinda put him in different tiers of his Pantheon if you will and Lupino. was there, and of course Sarah the man who coined the term at least here in the United States, the auteur theory that are marathon title references he had her in the back of the book called Oddities One shots and newcomers and also rightfully points out. She wishes that says had just left Lupino out as his entry on her work basically dams her with Faint Praise Melissa gave us a question there to wrestle with. As we consider both of these filmmakers how rooted in traditional filmmaking and even especially in Lupinos case Richard in genre their films are but also how trail-blazing, how pioneering their work truly is what stood out to you in that regard with both of these filmmakers well, let me start with Darren, and first off just to say that I think meshes of the afternoon. Her first film is a flat out masterpiece it just completely. Knocked me over in a way that reminded me of a film that's in the tradition I think you could say Darren was working in and that's Louis Boone Wells whom Chen and Lu which we did as part of our boone. Well, Marathon Adam. So it's a this is an experimental surrealist film in a Lotta ways meshes of the afternoon but what is distinct about it to me is the way dare intakes this dreamlike atmosphere this the sense of dreaming the intellectual surrealism at play and made it. So intimate this movie just feels completely distinct from something like Shin and blue because it was an emotional experience for me whereas. The other one I think you're kind of like a fun puzzle to think about and it's you know. Under Lewis disturbing absolutely in it, it strikes you on that level. But here as we follow this woman played by Darren who walks into a house in the afternoon goes up some stairs notices. Some items falls asleep in a chair and then the whole sequence kind of repeats and it repeats a number of times. I just basically felt with each level even as it got increasingly surreal, it was. Another level of psychology we were really exploring of this particular person. There are ideas at play here, but there is also a person who's who's reality and whose very life we can say is at play. So in addition to all of sort of the experimental touches techniques that we can probably talk about in this this short film, it's sort of that the way the movie really captured psychological distress. Dislocation for me that makes it stand out and stand alongside I would say something like in China Angelo. Yeah, I agree and I think maybe the best way for me to try to get an answer to Melissa's question is to talk about the fascinating intersection of these two directors. We put them together pretty randomly there the first films in our series chronologically, and it worked out that we would combine some films here because the three Darren films combined are about forty five minutes and Lupinos the hitchhiker is only about seventy minutes. So that's a solid two hours there between these filmmakers but how perfect was it Josh watching? These films together and thinking about these two filmmakers together you have Lupino someone who I think is clearly interested in using cinema to reflect reality and you know this from watching the hitchhiker and especially that opening bit of text right that tells you that this is based on true events than you're going to see facts play out at uses that word and even implicating you as a viewer saying, this could be you yes. Experience could happen to you but also how focused she is on putting us as viewers through this experience with these characters so that sense of reality is omnipresent and I also know it because i. Watched a video was I think on the Criterion Channel website? It's a very short video, maybe a minute, but just kind of puts lupinos career and Perspective Imaging Sarah Smith is the critic who talks about her work and she says explicitly, Lupino wanted to make documentary style films about contemporary social problems like rape unplanned, pregnancy, disability bigamy, and the corresponding clip examples there notably, all feature women in these movies and women's stories. That's not the case at all. Of course, with the hitchhiker. Now, you've got Latino on one end of this realism spectrum, and then you've got Darren on the complete opposite using cinema not to express reality. Or reflect reality to completely transform it and I think where they meet in a really interesting way is in Lupinos, expressionistic flourishes and endurance psychological realism. You said a perfect word there the intimacy of those three shorts that we watched. That's where these two filmmakers crossover they seem so disparate and distinct, and they are, but they're also mining some of the territory.
"darrin" Discussed on KCBS All News
"S. Well, 48 KCBS. We have Darrin Peck standing by with a look at your six day forecast first, though, George Rask is back with traffic. Better news for the westbound ride on Interstate 80 through Valeo that police action it was backing up traffic between American Canyon and 37 appears to have gone now as traffic according to the road sensors is moving smoothly. Not yet cleared, however, is the slow traffic heading through Fremont. This report brought to you by Lucky and Lucky, California. It started out as a car fire north bound on 80 at Alvarado Boulevard. And then it caught the grass on fire. Traffic in the north bound direction is backed up now beyond DeCota Road, Almost a Thornton and even the South bound lanes air affected you mentioned it may have even caught the grass there on fire is well 5 80 Good ride between Castro Valley and Dublin. Not seeing any problems heading out the Livermore in Tracy, and we're clear through the heart of the San Ramon Valley on Interstate 6 80 but 6 80 Cordelia Excuse me. 6 80 beneath Sha South bound. Still backed up heading to the Venetia Bridge with Elaine ConEd off and we're still jammed up north 101 Through Petaluma for construction. Lucky and Lucky. California put the world's greatest food within your budget for Taco Tuesdays, Foe Fridays and every day this week beef Tri Tip roasts are buy one. Get one free untrimmed in the max pack Lucky and Lucky California the Golden State of Eating your next update at 12 58 on the traffic leader, KCBS. Right now, let's get over to the K p I x five Weather Center and get your six day forecast from Darren going back up into the upper eighties. Today if you're inland, That's.
Ben Shapiro on the Michael Brown Shooting
"I'm old enough to remember when Barack Obama went out there during the Ferguson riding and said, people don't make up things like this. He was talking about the Michael Brown shooting Michael Brown shooting by the way, it was a good shoot. In fact, it turns out that after another review of the Michael Brown shooting by officer Darren Wilson, it turns out five years after the six years after the case, the case has been dismissed again, according to the Daily wire. Amanda Prestigiacomo reporting ST Louis County Prosecuting attorney Wesley Bell announced on Thursday he will not be bringing charges against former Ferguson Police Department officer Darren Wilson were fatally shot Michael Brown, 18 back in 2014. Ring, a Thursday press conference. They'll announced the news by prefacing it as quote one of the most difficult things I've had to do, noting that his heart breaks before the Browns. The question for the office was a simple one could prove beyond a reasonable doubt. And when Darrin Wilson shot Michael Brown, he committed murder or manslaughter under Missouri law, Bell asked after an independent and in depth review of the evidence, we cannot prove that he did. He, by the way, is the county's first blast. Black prosecutor he reopen, reopen the case after taking office. One of the reasons he gained office is because of disapproval for no case against Darren Wilson, the first place and then he looked at the evidence, he said, Sorry. We can't actually make a case at his office conducted a five month review of witness statements, forensic reports and other evidence, the AP noted, adding his investigation does not exonerate Darren Wilson. But it's not the way the criminal justice process works. If you're not convicted, that doesn't mean you're not. Exactly that does not mean that you are exonerated. There is no exonerated standard in criminal law. There's just not prosecuted. So you also get to Claire not exonerated. That's not the way this works. L said. I know this is not the result they were looking for and that the pain will continue forever. Jim tally, Wilson's attorney noted Belle's review had the same conclusion as Bells predecessor. A grand jury and the usdoj was Obama's deal J. By the way, there was no crime. The Obama Justice Department at the time, pointed out that there was no crime but doesn't matter. Democrats have continued to lie about the Michael Brown shooting and use it as the basis for a political campaign to suggest that America and police officers are deeply
"darrin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Tonight at seven with Darrin and Jack on Muse Radio 600 Kogo to continue this conversation here. Ray Major joins us right now from the San Diego Association. Governments that soul you'll be on with us About 20 minutes We'll discuss With the economic news means Congress goes into the weekend without relief package. The extra federal benefits expire here tonight, so we'll get to that in our next couple of segments. Sully joins US seven. Right now It's a check of your real time. Traffic every 10 minutes on the tens. Here's working. Thank you, Jack. From your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. A couple of problems on our surface streets. One is on Wildcat Canyon Road. North of old Barona Rhoda rollover crash blocking lanes, then a sig alert on San Marcos Boulevard at Rancho Santa Fe Road in the Lake San Marcos area. That intersection is closed due to a possible fatal crash on our freeways. Traffic is busy heading into San Diego lost focus to the 78. This report is sponsored by top tear gas from Marco. Quality top to your gas from Arco optimizes fuel economy, which means the fun times on the road. Get to keep on rolling and rolling a role and you get it. Arco quality. Talk to your guests for less. CR co dot com for details. I'm Laura Kane. Coco's Next real time Traffic Update is at 6 50 Sadie was updated forecast heading into the weekend with a heat wave underway but finally ending at the end of the day, 83 degrees an average at the coast mid to upper nineties inland, close to 90 degrees in the mountains in 1 20 possibly for our desserts. San Diego's most accurate forecast a meteorologist Angelica Temples, downtown San Diego right now, 73 degrees KOGO News Times, 6 41 hasn't been a great week for news on the economy, especially with Congress still debating things into the weekend on Corona virus relief..
"darrin" Discussed on WTOP
"The vaccine, but Darrin up, finished its phase one data results and is set to begin its final testing phase later this month. This fall. We are expecting to get data on another vaccine being worked on by British scientists. But CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Angus has some concerns. He tells CBS this morning. The data on some of the vaccines and they will be out on the Oxford vaccine early come out. And the September beginning of October. I'm afraid we'll be politicized, and people will be afraid to get the vaccine because they think it's politics, not science. Science has to win here. While the rush to get a vaccine plays out, there's news from the CDC on masks, and it's focused it policymakers asking them to broaden the rules on face coverings. The reason is something that happened in Missouri. That's where two hairstylists infected with the virus war masks and did not pass the virus to their clients. Some governors, including California's Gavin Newsom and Texas governor Greg Abbot, ordered mandatory face coverings in public or tightly crowded spaces where you can't social distance. There is no nation wide mandate like there is in many other countries. It is 3 23 There's more pandemic news this time from Oklahoma, where the governor tested positive for novel Corona virus. Republican Kevin Stitt says he's now isolating at home. A 48 year old backed one of the country's most aggressive reopening plans. He also resisted any statewide mandate on masks and rarely wears one himself. He was also at the president's tells a rally last month, which has been blamed for a rise in cases They're coming up next in money News. Wall Street heads higher more retailers. Ring back mandatory masks. I'm Jeff Label. It's 3 24 We know small.
"darrin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Be joined. Hi Darrin Jackson Sometime late this month, David it w g N Sport your money on WG and U. S companies added nearly 2.5 1,000,000 jobs in June. That's according to the private survey from ADP, the payroll company. Large game that still leaves the job market far below its pre pandemic levels, The company says small business has reported the largest gain, adding nearly 937,000 jobs. Instruction firms and restaurants and hotels Also posted big increases in hiring will get the full government jobs report tomorrow out of the fourth of July holiday weekend. The advertising boycott against Facebook now includes 400 companies taking part in the stop Hate for profit campaign, which will formally launch today. All of those companies have promised not to spend money on Facebook ads during the month of July, comes after several civil rights groups have accused the social media giant of spreading hate speech and misinformation. McDonald's has pulled beyond meat burger from its menu. The company ran a test phase in 52 restaurants in Canada. Test was over in April, and not many people seem to notice it was gone. McDonald's has not made any plans to bring the burger back that says the test phase gave them some insights on the future plant based options they might be considering. We're just about 30 minutes away from the opening bell on Wall Street. With the future is improving a little bit. Dow futures We're off now. Just four points. I'm Steve Brizan Itch on Chicago's very own 7 20 big money with the progressive Home and auto.
"darrin" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Maybe maybe I live vicariously. Of course no parent would ever do that. Never ask as we're finishing up during I I'm going to ask you to shed In a moment where people can find out more about your resources but where I like to finish is to say. Please give us a piece of practical advice that our listeners viewers can go and put his action in the next preferably twenty four to forty eight hours. Yeah I think what super practical thing if you're not doing standups right and I know. That's kind of been popularized by agile software development or at the agile approach to doing business lean lean startup. It's all kind of in that sphere If if you're not doing some form of standup I highly recommended. You know just that that ability to communicate what am I working on my blockers. You know what are the things that I'm accomplishing important? Today is really really valuable so I mentioned what are the what are the. What are some key factors for team success and I mentioned both communication and trust and I think they end dubs. Go a long way towards improving that you don't let it become a an hour episode every day because that's GonNa Waste People's time and energy but you know we've gotten to the point where we slack on a daily basis. We just slack our stand up and people read that. It's really important to make sure that everybody knows you know what what were each working on and we have an opportunity to to clear. Obstacles Outweigh for each other. So before we go any further with that because I'm always cautious around jogging. I because you know angel so for anybody who doesn't understand what's a stand up desk the although although for many people they do like to actually physically stand up but obviously if you're teams are distributed teams. You can't do that can't person that's part of the reason why we use slack up but it's really just taking a moment out of your day To communicate what are the most important things that you're working on that day What are your blockers And if you need some help from another team member to overcome that blocker and Just kind of overall a sense of what you're doing and I think increased accountability creates transparency. It's it's all of the things that we know are important to Billy. High performing teams fabulous. Thank you.
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"Its understanding the context in circumstances people interacting together to be successful. You know one of the things This is an analogy. I use you around the same thing which is Are you married? Yes we with somebody else before that. Yes was your bond with somebody else. Yes is your partner a great Bonda? Yes are you happily married? Yes would you say? You're a great bonding yes. You have a good relationship. Yes and why did you last relationship workout? Why did you move out? Because it's not just whether you are good. It's whether you're a good fit right and what we try to do. I think this is one of the things I I say. Both sides want US eight new vigil or speaking to our company which is stopped looking for people who will fit in and start looking for a place to fit in. Look for a place where you know that you are belongs where you're looking for people who belong here. They they're supposed to be. This is the place they've actually been waiting to come to rather than trying to cause when we fit in with mold and twisted pretzel ourselves to shove into the gap and what that means is that pot is always gonna get left out and so that's a really important piece is to say okay. What does it take for us to really belong here as opposed to fit in? Because you know you can fit into a pair of pants that are too tight. You can be uncomfortable and you could probably even get away with it for a while but you never gonna be able to move the way you need to move in a pair of pants that are too tight and I think in many ways. That's what a culture is. It's a paradigm that are too big and you've got a belt on to try and pull them up or too tight and is just blame comfortable and you can't breathe as opposed to know this is. This is a great fit for me. This is where I belong. It's so cool that you're you're focused on that. Yes absolutely and I. I think it's pretty easy. For people. To make assumptions in Arkham stances if performance drops that must be the other person Instead of looking at the circumstances and saying what's changed right And and I think unfortunately too often it's easy for us to dismiss. It's the easy way out rights to just say it's it's their issue. It's their problem and we can kind of move on and go to the next hot sexy things that Makes Sense for for Kamer Organization was easier to point? The finger told to us a little bit about something that I think is quite unique about. We joked about which is the importance of digital nudges. Toes what a digital nudge is why they're important. I think we're seeing more and more of this right. I mean as as our life revolves around our mobile devices We're cut of were kind of conditioned now to look at these Paintings that happen consistently throughout her day. I've got a new text message. I missed this phone call. Oh I'm using this APP and it's telling me that I forgot this thing right so over the last few years we've kind of de conditioned in a way that really kind of supports this idea digital nudges. So how can we leverage the way we use mobile devices the way we use technology to communicate with each other at worked on But for good right so instead of recommending the next Youtube video that we kinda get sucked down a rabbit hole on And ended up losing two hours of our lives on You know a crazy means How can we use that for good? Huckabee use that same kind of concept and approach to not only create a plan and move you down a path towards higher performance but also kind of improved the overall performance of the team or the organization as a whole. And so you know I've mentioned earlier Just about when we were talking about what cloverleaf does and who we are The fact that we integrate with a lot of those tools and we integrate those tools for a couple of reasons one because it gives us some really great data and context that we could use to tailor those nudges To be appropriate for the context but the other reason is because that's where you're living all day every day you know if you're not face to face In a meeting or you know heads down you know pounding out code or doing something like that. The majority of our day is focused. A handful of applications email slacker Microsoft teams depending on which ecosystem? You're in an your calendar you know. I'm ruled but calendar at this point And so how do we leverage those tools? That people are using all day every day to really drive behavior and improve performance and so. That's that's how we view digital nudges. I mean there are a lot of other examples of out there. Not just in the corporate sphere but You know I've been testing out neum That is all about personal fitness health and same same basic concept right What are these little habits you can form throughout your day to improve some aspect of you are and where you WanNa go and get a one of the things I like about that? As as you said we were constantly being nudged own depending on my phone or whatever it was the notifications on my phone of some kind but actually that is a really great way to build some really terrible habits around focus and commitment and and even being flow but you can also use exactly the same thing because everything is a double edged sword to pull you into being focused and keeping you on that and as you said held is like so. I have my phone set up when I'm not recording but my phone is set up to send me a notification at twenty minutes twenty minutes it just a very quick flash and all that is is stand up both in this case. I'm going to stand up for twenty minutes now. Our nose down between him. And as you know because I'll get into a work mode and say Oh Shit. I've been sitting in nine hours and I've been holding my for three a right and it's not unusual for people to go through that so you're absolutely right. I think can be used very very positively. Go Yeah let me make one more quick point on that see. I think we're recording. This podcast at the first year so a lot of people are making New Year's resolutions and plans goals for the coming year. And I think a lot of people. It's easy to fall into the trap of setting those big goals at the beginning of the year And you know you stay pretty focused on it through January. That they were too long. You know by the time. March or April rolls around. You got no chance right like you've moved on to something else in life has happened. And I think that's the other Nice benefited digital judges. Is it really creates this expectation or this environment that you don't have to take it all in one step right and we all know that. That's not how things get accomplished in life you know you don't go straight to becoming a millionaire straits becoming too. Ceo of the company told you it happens overnight at you know. I'd like to think that it does but at least in my life. It's not that way so we're you know that's the other thing is. I think we want to take advantage of the fact that like. Hey this is truly how you build something. Sustainable now you get to. A new place is small daily steps to get you there. So let's go onto what we call lightning round a little bit more playful. What what brings you joy. My Gosh my lots of joy. Yeah my family brings me a ton of joy In fact Last night I was talking to my wife and We're moving into our bedtime routine and I have nine year. Old twin girls and one of them just passed by me in the hall going upset directions and just the way. She looked at me over her over the corner of her shoulder. Just struck me and it brought all of these emotions of watching watching your child grow into an adult and it was this just this moment in time and I stopped her in the hallway. I said Hey come back here let me see because I really just wanted to take in the full experience of who this little girl You know the woman that she was growing into and I just really a Mike. My Children Happen to be twelve twelve year old son and nine year old twin girls. And they're at this age this really unique age where it feels like every week or every month is just a really you know. It's really influential and in them becoming the adult that they're going to be and I just I live in those moments right now and it truly does bring me a ton of choice. I last weekend Nine year old gun daughter was with us for the weekend and just sitting with her and reading Ernest. I'm the goofy grandparent. You know so I read in. We had voices and all that kind of stuff and and you know she. One of the greatest joys is to files on me as you can get away with right now and so so. She's like always trying to aim but at me for that reason and I was saying to my wife. You know. It's Kinda Gross. So but Jesus how long might GONNA have this? I am we? We forget that we become a point. Quite naturally frustratingly but naturally where she's probably going to be a snotty little team and probably doesn't want to talk to me. 'cause I'm an old and you know and I don't know anything. No that's the natural evolution of development. So take it in you know and so. I think it's wonderful that you actually stopped which I don't think we do enough of an actually stopped and took it in and I love what you said to her. I want to see you know because human beings I mean as you know my background is in psychology and the human beings people talk Isaiah people. What do people want Love you know we do but what we want even more. The net is to be acknowledged to not feel invisible. We because if you love me but I feel invisible. I don't feel it. That's right but if I feel like you see me I feel like you recognize me. You can hear me and see me you take me in June. That's all things you know. What else wants a guilty pleasure for down? Oh my Gosh candy crush. Oh Yeah the little game on your phone. Every time someone sees playing I feel I feel completely embarrassed right in those moments when I need to not think candy crush does come out on myself. Is that right? That's that's cool. That's very cool in a parallel universe. What your career. Meteorologists Lily fascinated by weather in. I don't think I'd be one of those people that in a car and chase tornadoes You know in the spring but I am just completely fascinated by weather and how different parts of the country of the world are impacted by geography and how weather is influence influenced by that and influencing our environment as well very cool of you. What was it interesting as a captain? I think at least as early as I can remember. I've been fascinated by the weather My parents had a barometer hanging outside on the at the House and I remembered just trying to grasp the concept of what pressure was right burst right absolutely I was like. I don't understand that concept right. I can't see I can't feel it and That was probably one of the earliest moments that I thought like. I want to know more about this. It's you know that's interesting because I knew nothing about that and I my business partner in Australia Phil. You'd say you'd say it's a bit funky today and I go. Yeah and he goes because the barometric pressure glowing thousands and I started to notice that actually affects your soul. Much of how we are not who we but how. We are has factors. We don't think about light. We talked about with four lights versus full spectrum. Lighting barometric pressure. You know all those kinds of things like Circadian Rhythms and sleeping. Almost you know the so many amazing fascinating factors and so it's really interesting to me was was that for you because it's have you seen. Have you seen the call the Aminals new movie now? I've not seen that. I that exceed preview. Yes I have very familiar with it Interested in it whatsoever and it was over Christmas. Break to Miller's like okay here's what you think about. It was great good. I don't know how realistic it was. But it was really good. The funny thing is last night. I told my wife So one of one of the twin girls Is also very interested in the weather and it's usually just because she needs to know what to wear for school the next right but now it's gotten to the point her house where we just ask her. You know what's the temperature tomorrow or you know what is really that's cool said. So maybe she's following in my footsteps..
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"You know in terms of the delivery of the approach. The marketplace was broken. One you know you typically get this forty page. Pdf document. That was all about you now and it was intended to really kind of decipher the code. Of what does a nine mean? Or what does a you know a deed and but no one's reading that you know if it's more than one hundred forty characters. Today we zoned out and so it first off. It's all about you too. It's just too much content. It's too while and so part of what we did and then really kind of the third piece is They tend to be point in time opportunities right. So you've got that forty page. Pdf you had that half day off side or that. One day team building sessions and typically. Everyone walks away from that and are excited that they learned one or two things about themselves and self discovery is a huge part of the journey. Right but how do we? How do we activate that? How do we actually use that to change behavior and really drive performance and that was really kind of the missing piece and one of the things that we looked? At as the average worker. Has A hundred and fifteen. Different interactions with other people throughout their day in tools like email calendar slack or Microsoft heats. Right so collaboration and communication tools so that presents a really unique opportunity for us to take the essence of those assessments. Those tools right like Myers. Briggs Eighty grab and activated at a point in time where people are communicated interacting with with others and. That's really been the differentiator for us in the marketplace in. And that's how we drive behavior You know most psychologists will tell you it's those small changes mall repeated changes over time that actually drive you towards big you know Improvements in results. And we're using that same philosophy or that same concept But in the workplace and and based on the relationships that people that you're interacting with on a daily basis. So how do you in the work that you're doing? How do you get that translation from the report to the action because people very excited about learning new exciting shit that they can go and talk to somebody about just? I'm a four four is whatever it might be. But that's very different than the integration activation and really using it in an. How how. What is the bridge that you guys used to do that? Yeah so a big part of it is leveraging the unique scores for each of those things right so underlying that four or underlying that Ian. Tj Is a set of of you. Know assessed values and we're using that data behind the scenes along with data about who you're interacting with who you're on a team with more role play in that team relative to the other people on the team and then what we do is we have small pieces of content. That get pushed out to you. Based on the circumstances Your interactions with those people and we categorize those things in about eight different categories so everything from personal development leadership development conflict How do you manage through conflict in certain situations? Or how do we potentially head off? Conflict BY PROVIDING ADDITIONAL CONTEXT. I'll use word again Providing some additional context. About how your how you might be perceived by the person on the other end of that communication. So there's a really kind of complex algorithm and we use machine learning with that as well To deliver that content in a way that's relevant to the relationship or the other person on the on the other end of that conversation and the specific context of the work that you're doing so what is the. You've been doing this for a while. Now you've got your company you you're working with. What are somebody can you share with us? A maybe a highlight and a low light. A officers really great but this is really frustrating about it just about the process. Yeah I mean you know 'cause you you're you're you're that helping people do this and I mean even in my I love what I do. I do what I do I got some. I got some frustrations where I'm you know. I might have a little bit less hair in places from. Yeah but I think in terms of the work that we do right I mean I think the thing that energizes all of us is when we hear those stories of people who you know. The lightbulb turned on for them right. Or you know there was a specific relationship that they struggle with and we all have that right. Everyone has those relationships in your life. That are just difficult and So hearing stories where people have been using our product and have had breakthroughs in those relationships. And it's gone on to empower. Not only a better relationship with that individual but more importantly allows them to overcome a hurdle in how they're doing work on a daily basis. I think that's the thing that really energizes our entire team. You know. Gosh I don't know that I have enough time on this podcast to talk about all the frustrations You know there are sales conversations investor conversations that I have on a regular basis that are just frankly draining. They don't get the vision or You know it's a potential partnership and someone's you know stuck in a current way or bottle of doing doing their business and can't see beyond the current reality they're faced with and Those are the things that you know when I when I go home at the end of the day. If I've lost a few more hairs and you can you can tell. I've lost quite a few along attorney frustrating journey. It's typically been when I've had those days where I've had more kind of life You know life drained conversations. I've had life-giving conversations. You know you talk a lot about the importance of building the teams as or good teams are. Can you give us maybe Some tips on how we can create teams. That have really what I would call it. A synergistic alchemy that they will come together and create something is seemed quite naturally to generate something fog greater than what they are all moving. Yeah it's interesting that you position that question that way too because really you know not only was clearly outgrowth of the of the book but you know the last experience that I had before starting cloverleaf. was with a digital video agency and we would do thirty five to forty concurrent video projects and we had a team cross functional team designer creative directors A producer on these video projects. And what we saw was the success or failure of those. The outcomes of those projects really rested on the combinations of people that we put together in this tea trade. That secret sauce that feeling at all of us have had teams where we've looked back on. You know the algae like and if I could recapture that feeling you know whether that's words team or it's a team at work or you know just in life and so a big part of that is you know really kind of helping people understand. What are their unique contributions in the context of that team again? I'M GONNA use that word contexts You used a word strengths and I think Strikes are a big part of that. You know if I understand the types of work that gives me energy and that excel at and where does that. Where do I find complementary pieces in my organization or in my team people that I can partner with where those things that are life training and you know not energy giving are the things that they excel at and how can we put those pieces together so that we can create something powerful so we call that context but I think there are other really important pieces created high performing teams You had Robin's Drake on reese. I guess it wasn't recently Twelve to eighteen months or so and the whole the whole episode was focused on trusts and understate trust enough. And I know had Glenn CIONI has built an entire. You know life And the career off of off of trust and in the dynamics of trust in the context of teams and organizations. And I don't want to gloss over that I think that's that's wildly important. Not just from leader to team members but UH peers in the same team as well and how are you establishing trust? Their communication is another piece of that. So how we communicate and unfortunately I think there are more ways to communicate today than ever Which only creates more confusion? Oftentimes in the context that's more opportunities for mistrust or you know misconceptions to creep in terms of how we do work again that that word context is really loaded so I mentioned strengths. But there's a lot of aspects to that. You know my co-founder hate fluorescent lights. That's such a small bang. Bud You know her her productivity drops by fifty percent if she's in an art right a physical environment where there are fluorescent lights. And there's no natural lights up though that's that's also a part of context but Maybe a you know overlooked or kind of an afterthought yeah I mean I think that when we go in and work with companies. One of the things we talked about is Subjective and objective and collective. So there's a collective culture those in objective culture which is what you think you'll culturas which is different than what the culture is a non? That is a personal subjective culture and part of the puzzle. Subjective culture might be something as you just said which is the best out of me. GimMe a window high status but because I have said syndrome and I need natural light and if I don't get it then at least put a couple of natural light lights on my desk right so I have all the time I have because I have a very small window in front of me. Not because of any of the reason but I understand brain chemistry. I have full spectrum lights on me at all times wolf spectrum. Natural Lights are on me all the time while I'm working at big and I noticed on the dais every on that I just forget I just forget it and I'm like eleven o'clock Krepon just bagged. It has has a huge impact. And that's like we're talking about natural light but how many other environmental factors absolutely of course right and that's what. I'm trying to help. People understand here is is the subjective context of culture to me right so if if I work I don't it's not on my life works but if I were in a place where I work next to somebody who smoked but obviously wouldn't smoke at work but I can smell it on their clothes. I personally am highly allergic to that. So my productivity is going to be terrible because I'm all day focused on how this is bothering me and creating breathing problems and eye problems and we don't think about these things when we said well you know you don't really performing well. What are the other factors? I liked the fact that you take that into consideration. What I think that often times is missed. Yeah and and you know one of the other pieces. I see even for organizations who get some of those things right right like maybe they've invested significantly in the physical work environment And they've created those things like natural light. They tend to still create a one-size-fits-all approach So like there's been a lot of conversation over the last year to about open offices right. I mean everybody got. That was the trend in In big big business is like A. Let's go to open floor plans and now that that pendulum swinging back in the other direction. And they're saying Oh look at all these negative consequences though before plants. The reality is we. Shouldn't it should be an all or nothing proposition right. We'RE NOT. We shouldn't go back to the days of completely walling off everyone or creating these high cubicle walls or completely tearing all of those things down for everyone because reality is we all have different unique deeds and if you WanNa get the best productivity out of each of us individually you know you have to relief factor in the context for us to be successful when I give presentations You know with with different groups. I love to talk about two specific stories that represent this really well. One one is in a sports context and I understand. Sports analogies aren't always great in the context of business. But you know many of us still enjoy sports. All used the first one it's Mba players there was a study done with NBA players when they moved teams whether they were traded or signed off waivers. Whatever the case may be it took them twenty one days to recover their pre trade or pre transaction performance. And that. That's exactly what we're talking about right. It's that context. Their skill level did change for those twenty one games But in fact it was the context. It was the the players that they were playing with in creating a sense of understanding of how they play and how they can play with that another one more specific to the corporate context is When we look at investment bankers on Wall Street They did a study of star performers With investment bankers and when they left their firms it took them on average five years to recover their performance at the prior firm right and it has nothing to do with the overall talent level. I think unfortunately we get a little too focused on talent. You know I I also love to talk about how you know the the job search websites like indeed linked in. And you know the list goes on and on if you listen to those advertisements or you see messages from those organizations often times. It's find the needle in the haystack. Right mind that really unique once in a lifetime talent and oftentimes it's less about the AD in.
"darrin" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Your hands together and help me welcome. The man who is leaning three years throw is building. I'll have to admit that's the first time I've gotten that kind of an intro. Thank you well we record it for you and we send it to your wife and she can decide whether she wants to use a wake you in the morning. It would probably be more my kids than my. It's okay good. You got more gentlemen from the kids to start. The show is to ask. Who are someone that we maybe likely wouldn't know or maybe wouldn't suspect you know you're a leader so who somebody. Where would likely not no suspect who has been a big influence on Young? Somebody who has had a lot of impact on how you look world and maybe the leadership. Yes great question honestly and I think I mentioned this in the book to add Count some of the story here but My very first leader my direct manager Coming out of college at Arthur Andersen said For those people that are old enough to know who Arthur Andersen is a you know before it was the big four Arthur Andersen was one of the most respected accounting firms in the world globally and happened to be there during that period where Enron happened and Arthur. Andersen was obviously a big part of that story and got to experience firsthand. What crisis management looks like? And how people responded to that Both at the individual level. You know people that were fresh out of college and we're trying to make decisions about. What does this mean for my life and you know going to be able to earn money tomorrow and you know it's GonNa be a paycheck all the way up to the partners in the Organization who invested twenty or thirty years of their career with that organization obviously had a significant portion of their wealth tied up in the The success or the failure of the firm and one of the people that had the biggest impact on me and really has continued to guide kind of how I see leadership and and In in not only in a business context but just in life in general was a man by the name of Dan Fagin and you know through the through the midst of that crisis I think. He represented a lot of the things that we talked about. In terms of high performing teams In leading those high performing teams one of the first things was trust And he endured a lot of trusts With everyone on the team in part of that was his the level of transparency and honesty that he showed In those moments we would have a regular group meeting. You know that and I can't remember now if it was every day or if it was once a week Monday morning type thing where the partner a local inch partner pull the team together. You know everyone had just read the headlines on the. Front of the Wall Street Journal about what's happening at you know an and we were all making our own conclusions about how what the impact of that could be long term in the office. Managing partner would often sugarcoat the situation. Everybody's kind of looking other going. Yeah that's not my assessment of the situation. You know that I don't or what motivation might be driving his assessment. That's different than mine and Dan never did that. At the end of those conversations. He called us into his office. You say look. I'll be the first one to tell you When the wheels are coming off the bus and in wills aren't off the bus. We got some flat tires and it just was really honest assessment of the situation and you know he continued that over the next six months is he looked for opportunities for our team. He was consistently honest with us about opportunities in how we should think about our own personal career planning in the midst of that crisis and I think a lot of my approach as manager in a leader today has been shaped by that. I think you know the decide year. Transparency is obviously become more and more popular. Now I'm definitely in favor of that but but I don't think people really understand what that means until as you said as a crisis a crisis in overly yeah we were being really transparent until this came up. That's fascinating now. One of the things you say. Is that the American. Culture has become a culture of fear and that his bleeding into organizational cultures. So tell us what you believe. Cobra bravery is. Yeah I think. Part of part of the book is talking about. How do you create a culture and culture is a pretty loaded word you know it's not just ping pong tables and beer kegs and it really comes down to a lot of the individual practices and how leaders respond in certain situations so you know part of culture at least in terms of How fear is infiltrating our corporate cultures. And how it's impacting how we how we look at our. We make the decisions that we make inside. The business context on a daily basis comes in a lot. A lot of different ways You know I think even just as you mentioned our media You know if I've got the ticker the stock ticker run in the background in my office Stock Market has a bad day. You'll look around and it influences people's behavior influences and if you're watching the local news at night you know. How does that impact? You know the your own mental preparedness As you go into work the next day prepared to lead a group of people and offered those individuals I think beyond that there's some very specific ways that fear Impacts our day to day work Amazon is a really great example And you know it. Seems like they're new industries every day and I've watched people in those industries where Amazon makes an announcement that hey you know. They're going to build their own logistics and distribution network. Well suddenly you know it. It creates a sense of fear Perry at the opportunity to create a sense of fear for those people who aren't Certain ensure of who they are not only as individual leader in that context that organization but also more importantly the strategies in the goals in the direction of the organization. They're currently leading knowing. They are knowing what they compete. Best at knowing what their core competencies and strengths are keeps them from being a just really kind of whipped about by some new competitor arket or some new government action might create a difficult competitive environment for them moving forward so so again. What do you see as being Corporate bravery what what would be your definition of corporate bravery. I think in in the you know when you're staring those situations down. I gave a game a few there. When you're faced with those situations. How do you approach that? Having a really strong sense of who you are as an individual leader having a strong sense of who your team is and your organization how you compete you. Know what are your strengths? And what are what are the opportunities that your organization has that is unique in different And really leaning into that And having that strong sense of identity and purpose Whether that's an individual or as a leader or as the organization as a whole is is really the definition of being brave And that's the thing that will will help you navigate a difficult circumstances whether it's government actions or it's new competitor or any of any number of things that allow fear Creep into your organization. It really starts with that really strong sense of identity and purpose so as really. I mean to summarize that it's it's a sense of identity and who you ought to publish the reason why you're doing what you're doing and to lean into that in the face of fear reclosed from it and try and compete with Amazon or whoever it might be not woman. Yeah and it doesn't mean that there's not going to be difficult circumstances head right. You're going to have to tighten budgets. You're you know you may have to approach the market differently. You may have to Be Completely rechange. Your supply chains But you know not being wrecked with fear kind of getting paralyzed and stuck in the moment but really having that sense of This is who we are. This is how can compete cast a vision for your team and then chart the course and move forward now one of the things. I said intro courses that you are the founder of Cloverleaf Your company which is a technology platform our dreamed that. It's you know that you believe that things have dylan five dimensions which is behavior strings motivators skills competencies and your unique role toes. A little bit more about that and how that applies to any lead really. How how do we? Because that you know there's a each of those five pillars is is a is a big piece in and of itself right. That's right that's right. Yeah and really. Cloverleaf is was an outgrowth of corporate bravery You know anytime I know you know this well Having having authored a few books in your time that you get to the end of that and one of the one of the last things that you want to have happened for readers is to get to the end of that and say okay. Well now what what do I do with this? I was left with a sense of that at the at the end of writing that book and saying and I WANNA provide tools and resources for people to really take the next step with us and one of the things when we when we think about teams high performing teams. Whether that's you know a a small cross functional team or it's a department or division or the entire enterprise that you're you're you're in charge of leading is this sense of context right. Individuals are complex on the surface. But then you put them together with other people in there's an environment where people can grow and thrive and so those five pillars As you as you mentioned it Are All pieces of that context? It's not you know. The exclusive exhaustive list of of contextual elements that can allow people to thrive. But that's a really great starting point I think. Oftentimes organizations tend to just focus on the skill of that or the proficiency side of it. And there's just so much more that comes into play So you know individual behaviors and some of those things are hard wired from this earliest earliest days of our lives right and really trying to understand. And and and diagnosed what some of those things are and how that impacts our own Ability to lead or perform on a day-to-day basis. I think also that sense of purpose though those goals those values expectations that we bring in every day. So it is. It's a really complex kind of set of ingredients that we need to mix together to create something as high performing now. That platform is one of the things that has a lot of assessments. Like you know this goal whatever it might be strengthened starting find whatever it might in that context of of those tests. I you know I think. The oftentimes people get attached to a thing and they. Oh yeah you gotTA HAVE DISC RIGHT? Well idea okay. Maybe it's good bought. What is missing you know? We tried to call me retried strengthened or reject underground. I mean there's a million of these different kinds of tests. Tell us what is the because you'll platform has a lot of that. Those tools available. What is the biggest misconception about what you guys do in that context? Because I'm sure. You've you've wrestled with misconceptions about what what you're doing that with that absolutely so that space is large right there. A thousand different assessments at you. You mentioned a million but it does feel like a million. It's that are on the market but it creates a pretty strong sense of confusion in the marketplace right by a nine or Emini and TJ. You know it's it's loaded Or people that understand that nomenclature and they have the vocabulary has a lot of meaning to it that someone being introduced to it for the first time isn't going to have the benefit of of understanding that also clicky thing you know that's one of the. Oh I you know I'm an eight with five wing or I'm a. I'm a this letter that let it out or a shower. I'm a I'm a blue. You know right. Yeah for people coming into a culture where that vocabulary exists. They can feel pretty Big Phil Pretty Daunting Right. Because they're speaking a different language and it's really difficult to understand that and I think part of what we do is really kind of helped cut across right. You don't have to be an expert in any Graham disc or Myers Briggs to really get personal and career development out of it and one of the more important aspects that when we looked at that overall assessment space we found a few different aspects that we felt like.
Boston's MIT: Hackers Could Alter Ballots In Widely Used Voting App
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"darrin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah. Well you know the seventy five eighty five opens with thunder road and that version that version version Listen that's one of the most beautiful songs ever written right there or some so I love. That's on of. I love to imagine where they might have got to or you know where. Where does the story pickup twenty years down the road and I think for me when when I think it was on chimes of Freedom Bruce released the Acoustic board run? That's where everybody got heave and said so That that's where you know. No sooner or later you had to figure out where all these people in all these cards. We're going to get to and I just loved that that Thor's continuity of these people are out there somewhere and they're running the royal drive in chocolate working somewhere and come undefined out from Broadway. This was the best part of that whole thing I had was. He said he said for a guy just about the right racing in the street I didn't even have a license yet. Never driven a cop. He said. That's that's how good I am. Yes that is how I am that is. It was a poet beautiful. I like all those songs on the ones that are really story sad. Happy or otherwise and I think they've all got bits and pieces of that character and and in incident on fifty seventh street. What happened to him? I really like to know it. He make it out did they. Not Happy meet ambiguous you know they. They did what they did what they did. So we're this a little early in the conversation but I I think it's a perfect segue is You know I I ask because the Mary question and every interview and J Armstrong is a honors using wish teacher and has his seniors Break apart thunder road. As one of their lessons he see they take the point. They study it. Line my line. They compare it to Robert Frost. The road less traveled they discussed the imagery and the Word choices and they just they treat this as a point and then at the end of the two days His question to the classes lasts is. Does Mary get in the car. So you've Kinda sorta giving your answer a little bit but You know let's so let's make it official so Darren. Does Mary get in the car. What a what? A what a great question and had I have to say she does. I have to say she does. Because like you said it's a town full of losers on their pulling out alert win and I think she jumped in with them realizes that it's maybe her time to To get Outta Dodge de Yeah. I think she gets in the car. I think he gets in the car. And you know what I don't think they're living happily ever after. I think probably fell apart somewhere along the road. The wheels fell off and that you know maybe Mary's pining away as a as a waitress cocktail bar. You're from the human human touch but But Tom love album that unrequited or or unrealized love. Yeah somewhere in one of those songs. I think you know. And there's a line in racing in the street. She says she's on her daddy's porch right and There is the famous you know on the front porch. She walked SPI so Certainly thought I also love the idea that maybe they made need. It and Moonlight Motel is the the end of the story. They have the West. They have had a life together. She's now past and you know she's now than he's thinking of her as he remembers. I like that too. I like I like Yours law better than mine At great I love it and and you know it's funny you get you quoted that line from racing in the streets. I wrote that down as you know just some of my free. They can thoughts not here as one of the one of the saddest but most poignant lines in any song of anytime and I challenge anybody to come up with something better but just think of that. She sits on the porch of her daddy's house. Pretty dreams been torn like that's sad. Add that's very sad yes and Yeah I mean that that Song 'cause you know to re quote right and now there's ring around my baby's eyes and she cries herself to sleep at night and the house is dark. She size these. Did you make it all right You know where he's there he's is doing what he has to do. And she is not totally supportive but the same time it. It breaks her heart every time he does this but he he's not I'm doing it is right. Yeah and you're right. There is a movie in that song. Just perfectly done perfectly. It's ready Eddie. Absolutely well so we're all hoping that twenty twenty is gonNa lead to good news that had not the election. News about touring I think. Go ahead Isaiah. I think it's GonNa Happen. I think so too. So if he does get back on the road and we're all hoping he and eastern band you literally get the band back together and decide to make some more magic. Are Their songs that you'd like to hear him perform live that you haven't got a chance to listen to yet. Yeah definitely definitely Number one I'll say I'll say what I love about Bruce in this ties back to an earlier. Our loyalty comment was like Jake. Clemens is in the band house African nudity. And what are the odds. That Clarence clemencies nephew would be an awesome awesome saxophonist as well. I mean the odds are probably pretty good but yes but I know yeah and and I think Ferris's Recei son plays. Sometimes Weinberg son plays with him sometimes. Yes that's a that's an amazing amazing feat of of continuity in loyalty can't say enough good about that. In that Eulogy Bruce gave for clearances funeral could be in tears every single time. I read it but for for songs that I'd like to hear would be I've never seen incident on fifty seventh. I've never seen New York City serenade I'd love the seat trapped. I'd love to see living proof. I'd love to see Bobby Jean love that song. goes to Tom Joe. Tom Morello version. I'd love to see that you ever see one Tom Shows I did. I was lucky enough to go the end. I I did get to see and tell you there's always some snarky nece on the Internet And a couple people like well. We didn't need. We didn't need him on the show. You know we had enough guitar players but you see the joy that was on Tom. Morello's face you could tell. He was thrilled. He was having a chance to play with these guys. Oh my God dad thrilled. Yeah like what a pop pop on your resume absolutely. Yeah you know. You spoke of the joy on Tom. Morello's face for me. The break the Bruce and Eddie vedder doing better man can when they're both trading lex Alexa on those guitar. Solos you could beat the smile off neither other faces. It just speaks to how Cathartic playing like that and and enrolling at its essence makes you feel like you can. You can take off you know you. Can I love that bit. There is there is so much joy it is so nice to see the amount of respect bruce skits among not just his contemporaries but this next couple generations of being able to work with him and see him. Yeah I just think is really really cool me too two. Yeah so What have I not asked you that? I should have up. This has been a great doc. I've just enjoyed every so often any any any stories. You Might WanNA share from You know different travels to different shows. Yeah I'll give you too nice high point here so please talk When we when we went to the Moncton tour or the Moncton showdown here outdoor concert? I of course of the rolled up a few crackers joints to bring to the show right and as we're sitting there. I respectfully pool one and I say to the folks around around me a anybody light up. the social cigarette rate. Here old man about seventy ish behind me he says has no. I don't mind if you don't people's out an even bigger one I'm is so why part of by section of the Of the seeding rate there was just a blue haze for most of it and it was hilarious. Beautiful Day and this This guy was his first. First Time seeing Bruce and he was there with his son who the son was a big fan right. Yeah that was a beautiful time for them and they just had a great time. Now the The Vancouver show in in O-3 how I got to be privileged enough to be right at at the foot of Bruce's microphone was my best friend. Managed bar called the Roxie and Vancouver. which is to this this day? Still the bar to go if you're if you're looking for a good suare well the night before the concert at GM place Bruce's crew came in and of course crest was his name his wife Major Springsteen Fan. He says guys listen. You're not could have to put your hands in your pocket tonight at all but I need to get my wife and my pal to the show. We had already had tickets. What came next expert? Bracelets bracelets get right to the in the pet but even more than that. The boys came out grabbed US lettuce through the path. Yes and then put us rate in that little Roped off area for the cameraman awesome awesome and handed to us was the set list. Bruce's handwritten sat list at some point. She got yeah. It was great now Mike Copy. He has since Burned in a house fire. Oh new all yeah and I should have grabbed but of course I wasn't thinkin you know trying to protect other things yes L. A.. Few tried to find animals. Get there yeah. So that show right there with the being that close. And when Bruce slid to his knees he stopped right in front of Chris's wife Suzanne and he said he leaned down and he said I like your shirt and she had a beautiful shirt of course of what he was really made in the cleavage. Yes from the Shirt Oh l.. How funny funny funny funny funniest? She turned around looked happy. She said Bruce just elect poops. It'd be a better moment right. No so where are you tempted to say. Hey Bruce Springsteen camp I mayor and I want to give him the key to the city a whole lot. I hadn't thought about this second. Let's element idea going but I could see your people. We don't give cities keys away. We do now. Yeah this is going to be a declaration of the Council on December absolutely funny yes. Is that just wonderful. I am curious though How did you end up deciding to be mayor so moved to town? We were just living.
"darrin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It's his music. His songs are cinematic in in in ways that other artists. Aren't you see it develop you see it Going on you can pitcher. What Mary it looks like as dress sways or I can and you can You're along for a ride about a life somewhere different than than the life I knew growing up. It was just a interesting and it seemed to be meaningful and it seemed to say something about thirty about America. Right Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settlers Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I I am your host Jesse Jackson and joining me. Today is one of my new friends from the Internet Darren Foster Darren welcome to the show. Thanks Jesse for Avenue. It's great to be here. Yeah I I appreciate all the tweets you've been saying you've been excited about joining me and I was like okay. Hey it's not that great of a time but I appreciate the excitement You can talk about Bruce for As long as you're willing lean-to which in my life You know say with my wife too sick of hearing every Bruce springsteen story and listening to every Bruce springsteen song for the thousandth time so this is awesome. Darren my poor bride I share the story often. But it'll be like Hey Linda you wanna hear something. And it's not about Bruce Springsteen yes then I do WanNa hear it right you know pretty commonality amongst the Bruce fans yes it is poor are are feel so sorry for siblings you know One of my favorite scenes when the Bruce St in Bruce Springsteen and documentary was that couple for the guy wasn't the fan and he talked about going to all these beautiful cities where there's museums and there's architecture action in great art and they go to a concert you know yeah. I love that movie. That was great. He was great. Well there Darren tells them about yourself. Let's see I'm All the way north in New Brunswick Canada in a little town called Hartland the New Brunswick which has Oddly enough the world's longest covered bridge as our claim to fame and main tourist. Draw ought to this beautiful area right along the Saint John River which is a great Salmon River and we have about nine hundred sixty Seven taxpaying residents in Hartland here and I've been mayor of this town for almost two years in coming back. Yeah this coming may will be another election so we shall see how the polls go does it Does he get hotly contested there. Well no as a as a funny aside when I ran. It was two years ago on a by-election because our former mayor had a retired decided to move You know north and and relax with his family so it was a by-election and Iran on post so so it was a landslide but nothing wrong with that no nothing tall. So I suspect this time they'll be There will be an actual race. That's good that is yeah right you sit healthy yes and we spend a few minutes before we hit record talking Kim out being civil and how there were times In the past that we both long for right Gadget Gaddaffi. Yep absolutely I mean. I don't know how old you are Jesse. But I'm forty nine going on fifty next April and and I Dunno looking back on my childhood. It seemed idyllic again and almost a parent free. You know when summited take summertime hit the screen door blasted open and you went out in the yard and maybe you didn't come back until the summertime but that was always the rule just be backed by supper. Yeah now you can't let a kid out without You know having a chain link of parents keeping their eyeballs out and I don't know the pendulum. Angela just swung the other way not bad not good but just different two different. Yeah I I turn sixty in June so about ten years older than you and absolutely I remember The you know walked home from school school actually. My mom was never an early riser. So I remember having my own alarm clock. Got Up fix myself breakfast. Usually an instant breakfast carnation instant breakfast glass of milk you know went and either walk to school or pick got the bus and you know it was just one those days it was just perfectly just normal and you're right very different time now. Where did you grow up in? Where'd you grow up at? Aren't I grew up in New Brunswick but in our capital city called Fredericton town of the well forty five thousand or so when I was growing up. Now it's about sixty sixty five thousand and it's about an hour and a half a down river from where I am right now and so two who Fredericton High School then to the University of New Brunswick right there and then moved to Vancouver British Columbia on the West Coast again where I spent about fourteen years. Oh Okay so you have gotten away from your hometown Just have kind of dabbled back to like boost it right. It's like bruce dead exact and everything comes circle. It's always yes that I think. You have have the same superpower. I do that many springsteen fans no matter what the subject you can usually find. Connection to Bruce I relate relate everything to year that albums came out to what I was doing. Win To. All those moments at all seems to revolve around around Bruce and that's a funny thing that That's my frame of reference for just about everything. I do not remember which guests that was was and I apologize. If you're listening and you go. That was me Jesse. But one of my guests said He raided everything two tours worse. Like well when I was living in. Houston it was during the Nebraska tour. What was screaming in Chicago? It was the magic tour. I mean it was. Yeah and I I said I absolutely love that. You do the same thing. Yeah no I tend to I just I don't tend to loop that way though I do have Pre seeing him live and posting him. Live live Right it's Kinda late Through a lot of circumstances that I've covered here before but I did not see him. Live till two thousand and two During the rising tour so Greg that took you know my phantom which I thought was pretty healthy to the passionate or upset and then and you know and since the podcast it really is bad my lovely bride will tell you. Well I'll tell you. The first time I saw. Bruce was ninety two. Yes with the human touch. Better days tour. Oh Nice. Part of me was elated. Oh my God I'm seeing Bruce but the other part of me was like a street band. Will I ever see them. Yes absolutely well before we get to that. Let's go to back okay. You're growing up. What kinda music did your family? Listen to When you are in they were era country stalwarts? It was kenny rogers or johnny cash or Hank Williams Junior wore Kris Kristofferson Persson you know Willie Nelson those types of artists and it was rare like it would be a rare time that my parents would have music is it claimed in the house. You know either at a party or may be may be on a Saturday night just Mom wanted to hear the gambler. A war Dad One to hear Willie Nelson Very limited that way so their albums were obviously we. You know you're a kid you hate your parents music so Yeah it's only you know. Say the last ten years that I really come to appreciate those artists in that music and And Life's really all the all the more richer for all those musical experiences but yeah it wasn't a musical household we church on on Sundays and You Know Dad lip sync through the hymns mum warble delay and we just tried to keep up so not a real oh musical household. When did you find? When did you discover music Junior high high school. When did you kind of the voice so it would have been about nineteen eighty-four okay? I'll Talia it Kinda came together. I liked mellencamp or Johnny Cougar Z.. Was Really Liked hotel. California cornea we used to vacation every summer with a family and their son was a couple years older than me so he introduced me to Meatloaf to Nazareth breath to the eagles and That's formed probably the basis of my whole musical likes Classic Rock and all of that California sound you know. I love the beach boys but I really chose a path so darren associate. Are you an only job. No got a sister okay. And was she owner younger younger four years younger and Her musical taste aced would have just been poppy. What's on the radio? Okay okay good all right so anyway you said you did not make a conscious decision necessarily go ahead continue. Well yeah so eighty four course. It's it's much music and attempt. TV TV right. Yeah and what hits but dancing in the dark. Yeah and that the radio if those videos and again and again and I was like who's Bruce springsteen and they were calling him the boss like everybody knew boom except me and I You know as much as you can research in really really there was nothing about it except going to your record store and asking the guy there. Hey Do you have any bruce springsteen yeah sure do so then kind of fast forward slash go back in time hungry heart. That song in nineteen eighty would hit the airwaves. And I remember number love and that Hook and loving you know. Got A wife and kids in Baltimore Jack and national that line right there. I didn't know it was bruce until after eighty four or when I was going through the whole catalogue. Oh my God that kind of came full circle and You know it was just down the wormhole from there. Nebraska ascott Nebraska was an album that surprise me where I came to that after the the box sat and listened to that all second album. You know Johnny Ninety Nine and Nebraska Atlantic City and those songs that rocked or that Were just such a cinematic narrative. Yeah and then getting album and listening to all I just on that whatever four-track Bruce recorded it on it was yeah It so one of the questions I like to ask is when you discover bruce but you're kind honest saying you kind of found your come of age with rock and roll at the same time as you're discovering bruce. Yeah you're totally right totally right so was born in the USA when got that and Me and my neighbor up the street Carla Lemon. We listened to her that from start to finish about a thousand times and death had as much fun riding Darlington County as we did on the down bound train as That the opener born in the US right no crazier album of him back. Then that hit me at fourteen years years old and I do think that at times Really passionate fans tend to short service that album they're like. Oh Oh yeah. That's that's the album everyone likes but it is.
"darrin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Steve trevelise. We send our condolences out the family of officers, you finding Esposito male side police department. Officer Esposito died early this morning in an off-duty crash at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five we're talking about rabid animals, though, good about you being. Reported by an animal and added that work out for you. And we go to Lincoln in Philadelphia. New Jersey one zero one point five ailing again. No much. How you doing? But never. I'm glad you made it tonight. Yeah. I got. Technician years ago. I was up in Suffolk. Personal. There's a beer let me out of the truck. Get out in the back of the truck. Five minutes. I live in back in the and all their owner. Came up to me. Jumped inside. Oh. Open door from inside. So I was stuck in there for forty five minutes. Did they should ask the bear to open a door? Again, you open the door. Oh, man. What was the bad the barrel? Like, eventually, just go away. Or was he hanging there? The whole time. I'm. And the customer didn't even trap. The customer did what? He went back in. Left. You all what? I hanging out. Goodbye. You're on your own. Oh, man. So how did you finally get out? The company has to send somebody over. And then the band shows up, and he jumps in there with you. Right. That'd be good. Definitely not. Oh. I wanted to call you about the record. Okay. I. I wait, actually. No. Wilson album. Yeah. Yeah. With the flip right. The words across the Friday, right? One part, isn't it? My neighbor. Right. A we're in role playing, but I remember I was cracking up. I remember the plot. Maybe. That one jokes touching my hair with the monkey. There's been days. I had a baby. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hurt my stomach. Cramped up for. Oh, man. People forget how great he was. I sold the record. Why? You. Great stuff. Thanks for calling New Jersey. One point five flip Wilson was from Jersey City. One of the funniest comedians. In fact, they used to run his the reruns of his shell. It was on NBC Bobby Darin fan. Bobby darrin? And people would go on the show. He get everybody on. And it was just a really it was a good. It was a good show. He was a very funny comedian FOX's here we go. If you're a FOX for a FOX fan. We're not talking to the news channel the actual FOX. Fox's in general, a not especially dangerous to humans are some pets. They will feed on livestock that is small such as poultry rabbits or other newborn 'Small newborn animals. The reason they do not attack dogs cats were humans is because they are not something that a FOX seizes prey, okay? Can FOX's attack. Humans. Fox's are not dangerous to humans, except when they are rabid which is very rare or when they are captured and handled. Now here we go method of deterring. Fox's. And this is where I get a little method for deterring. Fox's Ed male urine around the perimeter. So if you ever outside, and you gotta go. And there's no place to go to start paying around the perimeter. And if anybody asks tell them, you're doing what you can you saw a FOX, and you're you're trying to keep the FOX way. Instead of looking at you. Ripping out the old cell phone. They get some record. You for YouTube is therapy. You could actually look like a hero. The you were saving the fuck. He was he was protecting your property from Ferguson Frawley, Frederick l FOX. You may tomorrow night. We do this again. Eight o'clock, we'll be doing the breast cancer townsquare at seven gay cakes. So, you know, discovered these amazing sheets.
"darrin" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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Rachel Weisz, 48, is expecting first child with Daniel Craig, 50
"Because i couldn't put my arms down i mean the only way to recover from that is to sit down with a pint of ice cream i remember the first time my husband saw me i think putting on spanks are taking them off i mean that's like a big moment in a relationship when they you and then i've said that to other people and they've been like oh now my husband has never seen me put spanks on and i'm like seriously he thinks it's hilarious because i have to do all these crazy acrobatic moves to wiggle into them oh okay i do have some other news to get to oh rachel weisz is having a baby husband daniel craig as she's forty eight and they're going to have a tiny little human is what they said she says i'll be showing soon daniel and i are so happy citing ferried in twenty eleven just six months after they began dating both have children from previous relationships she has an eleven year old son with darrin aronovski and she and daniel craig has a twenty five year old daughter ella craig it's always funny when you have like a twenty i can't even imagine being twenty five and then my dad being like okay i'm having another baby be like are you what is this this dirt alert give you the number give you the name of the donut place i love you thank you sleepy vs doughnuts sleepy vs donuts everyone ties donuts they're not like mini like mini donuts in a bat.