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Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 7 months ago

Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

"All right, over the weekend something really cool happened, everybody. At turning point USA, our amazing productions team won an Emmy. That's right, you heard that right for our original production a long walk in socialism, regional Emmy Award, cultural topical documentary, turning point USA productions. I never thought I'd actually have an Emmy in my hands. And, you know, what they deserve a lot of credit, they do some great work and they do a great job and I'm so proud of our team at turning point USA. They work so hard and I can tell you that they really are the best production team in the entire movement. I want to play a short clip from this, I want to say congratulations. They deserve all the credit. And let's play cut 23, just a short clip from the now Emmy Award winning documentary it's unbelievable long walk in socialism play tape. In these United States of America, we American Indians we can be anything we want to be. Except American Indians. Want to see an example of their socialism. Go to an Indian reservation. It is one of the most powerful documentaries about domestic socialism, and I want to just congratulate Jo stone, Nathan lada, Josh Dillard, Robert baum, and also Marcus Fatima, who was really kind of at the helm in the midst of all of that. So congratulations, guys, and now I get to have an Emmy in my hands that I did not earn, but I am proud

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"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"I think we're trying to like whistle to me. That one of their songs was called one. Said name one. No i was okay. Well it's called one regret referring to gazelles new home as nine hundred thousand dollar cabin on twitter. No only be- not because it is because she was being mean to me. I so i just hit back. But it's a lovely. It will be lovely. It's not level yet. There's you know things happening but once that happens gets the promised land. It'll be cute. Okay do you regret. Not having ashley joined the other ladies for your music video shoot. No allow okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We went through ten items. We got zero regrets. Thank you very much. Thank you stands by most event. Wow you really do yes. Yes okay meredith. This is a good question. Lou lou latifi feeless. Al wants to know what you think of some of the viewers thinking you called the feds on jenn. What's your reaction. Andy haven't you heard me tell everyone not to come after my family. My let's go to our virtual fans meredith. Justin from queens has a question for you justin. Andy hi meredith. Candice i questioned from maryland. What do you think of Heather doubling down on the defense of gin and her comments she made on watch live about always knowing that have Gyn business was shading. Yeah i mean you know. I think that heather. She has a very strong point of view in loyalty and friendships. And i respect that. That's up to heather. That's up to her and jenn. It's not up to me to you. Know cast judgement on someone else's friendship in terms of her saying the jen's business practices. She felt were were shady. I don't even think that was the exact word she used. But in any case you know it all she saying that things unsavory that was it all. She sang that things didn't add up to her as they didn't too many of us and she had no way of knowing why she was just didn't understand it and you know that was up okay. Here's ellen from florida with a question for canvas. this is actually for my girl candice. do you actually think giselle trying to be a good friend To wendy by bringing up the rumors about eddie and do you think it would have been better. If wendy heard it from giselle instead of ashley i think i know that zell was being messy by bringing it up to the group as a whole which is you know part. That's what she does. You have to accept people where they are she's messy. I do think that it might have been received better like as an iota. Better if she had gone directly to wendy. But you know. I still think that wendy was shocked. I've said many times before that. I don't think that wind. I think wendy thought that she was immune from gazelles tirades in her attacks and her her per foolishness. By the way speaking of foolishness. It seemed like dorothy was intimating to robin that she helped financial home. I am. I going to have to bring another d to another reunion. Yeah because like no one is paying for our mortgage except for christopher de bassett and candidates. Dominique dillard bassett dominique. Not the knee. Dominique that's me. Me and my mortgage payments meredith carly. I want to know after seeing jen's reconciliation. Tonight's episode did you. Do you feel just as dubious as whitney. About how real the friendship is. You know. I have never really understood how. They're in jen's dynamic their relationship. So i have no idea i can't i don't know i don't get it. It's up to them. Candice talk to me about the one week versus three wick..

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"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"The heat. Please welcome real housewives from salt. Lake city meredith marks debut sam to finally be person. I'm excited your year and give it up for real potomac. Candice dillard basket over the borrow. Be brought his signature tracksuit. Because i have a feeling. We're going to have him running around for cocktails all night long. It's meredith son. Brooks mark saver brooks. Are you back in school now. Or what's happening with yes. They just started school yesterday. Did you meet a lot of real housewives from salt lake city fans on your first day back and not quite yet. Not quite that i want them. They have one class so okay. Boy mama died. She was added again tonight. She is a mess she. Yeah yeah what was your reaction when you saw her interacting with the other. Ladies on the chris it was disappointing and i watched so we watched the episode before they air and i watched it without chris and then i was like afraid to have to tell him about it. It's giving like candy. Todd and mama joyce like i need to have a meeting to call me because i don't know it's christmas reaction to it. He was disappointed. He was really upset the things she was saying. We're not true meredith. Elaine p wants to know if you really believe jen. When she told how they're it's not her liking the tweets. Shouldn't jen be taking more responsibility for on social media in my view. It really doesn't matter. If she liked the tweets are not. It's on her account and it's her responsibility. Black bravo brat tweeted meredith. How do you respond to fans. Who are you that. Even though jen was wrong brooks is also an adult who consented to being on the show and poked at gen as well so i have quite a few things to say about that for starters. You know we get both sides. Everyone says we'll brooke should stat of grownups business. And then he's an adult. Which is it. Pick your pick your poison one way or the other. I'm kind of tired of hearing both sides of it at the end of the day the whole thing came about because gen repeatedly showed her vagina in my home after being told by two assistance to cover up all he said was he was uncomfortable and that was it. He shouldn't have felt uncomfortable saying that. He was uncomfortable because she kept doing it after being told. Okay regina away candice boy. You have pissed a lot of people off this everybody. Are you aware. Are you aware i mean. I'm a mess on twitter. Of course aware disaster disaster ever. I had to have a similar con- conversation with miss jane the other day. I'll listen my hero. That things trolls the people know. But but we got this a lot for you. Why is it appropriate to body. Shame women let alone one. The jess gave birth jacqueline. Jay said calling a women. That's breastfeeding and pumping milk made. It's not only an insult to the thousands of women who may have breastfed their babies. For centuries it's an insult to any woman that struggled to get pregnant longs for chance to have that experience with their child today well yes body shaming as a whole is not a good thing it's unhealthy and before. I say that i will say this. Yes what i said if it offended ashley. I apologized for it because it was not meant to ailing. If i offended because i don't know if she was offended okay but because she said that it was offensive. I wanted to make it clear that i was not referring to her postpartum body. I talk about her forehead her face the whole thing body shaming however. However if we're going to pick the pockets of kansas and my body shaming we must be on the table every time anyone on our show in any show has talked about saggy titties has talked about stovepipe legs has talked about flattering vaginas all body shaming but for whatever reason. Kansas is the only one who gets nailed to the cross. Let's work on that. Oh boy that's the apology. Well i apologize actually already matt repeating apology one apology. She got it. You got fascinating jay. What's snow your reaction to jen and lisa's conversation about you in tonight's episode. Is jen right in that. She's always apologizing. And do you think lisa had your back on your back. At least i have my back. I think lisa was trying in the best of her capacity. Given everything going on to make amends between me and jen and that was her her goal and his jen right that she's always apologizing. Jen says she sorry a lot. That's correct the problem with an apology. Is that you need to see the actions. Change along with the words and empty words. Don't do anything okay. Well meredith has dropped jen's friendship like she's whitney holding a birthday cake in a bikini but our good friend. Lisa barlow's still seems to all the candle for jan awkward. I wanna see where meredith and lisa stand today here. We go before. Janet lisa ever put.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Much as they back. Another student talked about. How if you've gone to a big university things happening dot com might have gotten away. I probably wouldn't be in school anymore. Unfortunately because my freshman year i experienced us my family and he's very very difficult and headed not been for the faculty and the students here. Who cared about me. Like some of those students here Sitting next to me. I don't think that i would still be in school. Do students at other small schools. Feel this way. Of course they do students at williams in amherst in swarthmore probably feel part of family too but historically black colleges have managed to take that community feeling and translate it into a very effective academic culture. And they're doing it in a way where they're not getting the same talent pool. They're getting students who are more likely to be first generation students from lower income families and who are not as well prepared to pursue as signs degree so It's quite remarkable. A school helps its students succeed at the subject. They came to college to pursue. It creates a culture geared to helping students reach their potential and it does that for a price that working families can afford on a chiming campus in the middle of an amazing city. Doesn't that sound like the definition of an elite school some years ago while took kimbro heard that an editor from us news was coming to speak to nearby event. While i was lying schedule. I gotta go here to. Us news guy. And i was like. And i gotta have a chance to ask him a question so idea and i said you know how do we justify having a ranking system that basically measures privilege and if i wanna have a good ranking i need to make sure i keep out poor students black students part time students nontraditional students if i do those things. My ranking is high and he couldn't answer the question he said. Well you know it's america and this is how we measure married and blah blah blah and. Here's an older gentleman afterwards. Came and laughed at me. Said he didn't want to answer that question. Because that's the whole game. It's like it's just a formula. It.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

07:27 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"What if there was a superhero. Who had the amazing power to make hiring faster smarter and easier. Think of ziprecruiter like that. Money's the tights of course right now you can try ziprecruiter for free. Only at a special place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well now what sort of hiring superpowers to ziprecruiter half well. Instead of fighting crime like other superheroes ziprecruiter fights time by helping you find qualified candidates fast. I when you post your job. Ziprecruiter sends it out to over one hundred top job sites with one. Click talk about being in many places. At once then ziprecruiter's matching technology scours thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. No wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. Ready to conquer hiring. Make sure you go to this special hiring superhero headquarters website ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well let ziprecruiter save the day. Just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash glad. Well what if there was a superhero. Who had the amazing power to make hiring faster smarter and easier. Think of ziprecruiter like that. Money's the titans of course right now you can try ziprecruiter for free. Only at this special place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well now what sort of hiring superpowers to ziprecruiter half well. Instead of fighting crime like other superheroes ziprecruiter fights time by helping you find qualified candidates fast. I when you post your job. Ziprecruiter sends out to over a hundred top job sites with one click taco up being many places at once then ziprecruiter's matching technology scours thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. No wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day to conquer hiring. Make sure you go to this. Special hiring superhero had copiers website. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well let ziprecruiter save the day just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well when walter kimbrough gave me his tour of dillard campus. He talked about the things that may dillard special. We have certain things when i got here. I realized that we have this. This physics program and people didn't talk about it. That at the time i think was number two in the country for producing african americans who get undergraduate degrees in physics. I think right now. We rank number three. But if you do it per capita where number one we've been number one four while in two thousand nineteen dillard produced thirteen african american physics grads according to -partment of education numbers. Harvard produced one in the past. Ten years dillard has graduated thirty. Five black physics grads harvard. Five now you might say. That's just because harvard doesn't have a lot of black students. That's not true. Harvard admitted over three hundred black undergraduates this year which is about the same as dillard. Okay is it. Because dillard students are smarter than harvard's more capable of handling physics not true harvard harvard. They get the best highschoolers in the nation. So why is dillard doing so much better. It turns out that this same pattern is true of hp as a group when it comes to producing graduates in stem science. Math engineering and technology black schools punch way above their weight. Walter kimbro brought up the other big. Hp see new orleans just down the road from dillard xavier university not terribly big or rich either wasn't formed until one thousand nine hundred five i believe but they've really gained a notoriety because they really leaned in on sending the people of medical school and so they've send more people to medical school african american school in the country. The explanation seems to be that most schools. There's a huge problem in stem with what educators referred to as leaky nece student. Start out majoring in science and math. But then they changed majors and the problem is most pronounced at selective schools these institutions cream off the top so to speak. That's mitchell chang educational researcher at ucla who has studied the problem. And those who don't make it to the top find themselves Losing confidence to continue and leave stem the stem field and their pursuit of a stem degree altogether. But at the hundred or so historically black colleges in the united states places like dillard. The stem pipeline isn't leaking. If i was a martian looking at this i would say well harv should be able to identify every one of these struggling students and encourage them and help them in tudor them and get them through. That doesn't happen. I think you kind of Hit on an important factor here. The difference between what hp us do. and what. Dis highly selective often refer to as predominantly white institutions or. Pwi's do and one is more geared toward creaming off the top and the other one being much more developmental meeting students where they're at and lifting them and developing them to achieve their potential meeting students. Where they're at mitchell. Chang is talking about academic culture about places that care and at this. Hpc's seem to excel visiting dillard's campus. Walter kimbro arranged to meet a group of students aid or syllabus around a conference table and this is all the students ended up talking about what it felt like to be at dillard i can. I can call it. Arctic number right now and say hey. I'm doing this. can you help me. And he'll answer the phone. It's not straight to voicemail. So i think that's a really big guy. My advisers are the best they invested me. If i miss class she will call me. Rafter classes over to make sure. I'm okay one and two. Why did i miss class. Because it's important to go to class. Or i mean i can name pretty much. All the administration is room orlando could walk in there and i could see somebody i know for sure and just have a genuine connection relationship so true family and not feel like as.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

06:38 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"What if there was a superhero who had the amazing power to make hiring faster smarter and easier. Think of ziprecruiter like that. Money's the titans of course right now you can try ziprecruiter for free. Only at this special place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well now what sort of hiring superpowers to ziprecruiter half well. Instead of fighting crime like other superheroes ziprecruiter fights time by helping you find qualified candidates fast. I when you post your job. Ziprecruiter sends it out to over a hundred top job sites with one. Click talk about being in many places. At once then ziprecruiter's matching technology scours thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. No wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. Ready to conquer hiring. Make sure you go to this special hiring superhero headquarters website ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well let ziprecruiter save the day. Just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash glad. Well what if there was a superhero. Who had the amazing power to make hiring faster smarter and easier. Think of ziprecruiter like that. Money's the tights of course right now you can try ziprecruiter for free. Only at this special place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well now what sort of hiring superpowers to ziprecruiter half well. Instead of fighting crime like other superheroes ziprecruiter fights time by helping you find qualified candidates fast. I when you post your job. Ziprecruiter sends it out to over a hundred top job sites with one click taco. Being in many places at once then ziprecruiter's matching technology scours thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. no wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. Ready to conquer hiring. Make sure you go to this special hiring superhero headquarters website ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well let ziprecruiter save the day just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash. Glad well when walter kimbro gave me his tour of dillard campus. He talked about the things that may dillard special. We have certain things when i got here. I realized that we have this this physics program when people talk about it that at the time i think was number two in the country for producing african americans who get undergraduate degree in physics. I think right now. We ranked number three. But if you do it per capita where number one we've been number one four while in two thousand nineteen dillard produced thirteen african american physics grads according to department of education numbers. Harvard produce one in the past ten years dillard has graduated thirty. Five black physics grads harvard. Five now you might say. That's just because harvard doesn't have a lot of black students. That's not true. Harvard admitted over three hundred black undergraduates this year which is about the same as dillard. Okay is it. Because dillard students are smarter than harvard's more capable of handling physics. Now true harvard's harvard. They get the best high schoolers in the nation. So why is dillard doing so much better. It turns out that this same pattern is true of. Hp see us as a group when it comes to producing graduates in stem science. Math engineering and technology black schools punch way above their weight. Walter kimbro brought up the other big. Hp see in new orleans just down the road from dillard xavier university not terribly big or rich either. Xavier wasn't formed until nineteen twenty five. I believe but they've really gained notoriety because they really leaned in on sending the people of medical school and so they send more people to medical school african americans any school in the country. The explanation seems to be that most schools. There's a huge problem in stem with what educators referred to as leaky innis students. Start out majoring in science and math. But then they changed majors and the problem is most pronounced at selective schools these institutions cream off the top so to speak. That's mitchell chang educational researcher at ucla who has studied the problem. And those who don't make it to the top find themselves losing confidence to continue and leave stem the stem field and and their pursuit of a stem degree altogether. But at the hundred or so historically black colleges in the united states places like dillard. The stem pipeline isn't leaky. If i was a martian looking at this i would say well. Harvard should be able to identify everyone of these struggling students and encourage them and help them in to them and get them through. That doesn't happen. I think you kind of hit on an important factor here the difference between hpc us do. And what. Dis highly selective often referred to was predominantly white institutions. Vw is do and one is more geared toward creaming off the top and the other one being much more developmental meeting students where they're at and lifting them and developing them to achieve their potential meeting students. Whether at mitchell chang is talking about academic culture about places that care and at this. Hpc's seemed to excel.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"And how do you attract that kind of student amenities. The big part of this is in order to raise their ranking. This little black school in the south has got start attracting more rich white students so my idea is only way. They're going to track rich white students is if they have fancier dorms. I called up my friend vanessa. She's in the luxury real estate. But why i'm sorry stupid question but why is a rich white student. Raise ranking god. Such a good question. You've asked the question. Which which is the central question oldest. Which is you're absolutely right. it makes no sense. Why why does it matter that you have rich white students for some reason. The us news algorithm is calculated in such a way that if you have rich white students you do better but appointed to get kids you have to. You have to induce them to come to your school. And i would like to talk about an inducement which is suppose we were to build at dillard an incredibly fancy dorm the daughter of the hedge fund guy from new york. I wanted to walk in and say wow. How much is it going to cost. What are we talking about here. You're saying that you want to provide a dorm. That looks like hotel suite that they stay in when they're with their parents on a luxurious vacation. Yes and what does that cost okay. So the way we calculate pricing is cost per key right so we spend a minimum of two million dollars per key not including the land. Two million dollars per key. That's what the wealthiest americans affecting in terms of high quality living these days. We have very fine materials that we have throughout the the rooms. You'll never drywall for example. No drywall to million pre ki-. Drywall is like verboten. Nother example That we're doing is Swimming pools on the terraces recess into the balcony. Oh in every room. That's new pledge. So wait you could do this and you can totally do this. New orleans of course to go to our college example. The college came to you. And said i want a dorm for two. I wanna wow dorm for two hundred students. You think you could do that for four hundred million dollars. Yeah i think we y- think you could the kid eighteen gonna walk in with daddy and daddy's gonna say okay. You know little. What's her name. I don't know jenny jenny. Jenny jenny is going to be happy. Here is going to be happy. We were laughing about this. Because it's absurd right. But just imagine that walter kimbro actually built the dorm. That vanessa was imagining and that little jenny. The hedge funds daughter. And all the other little genie's out there decided as a result to come to dillard dillard would start to rise immediately in the rankings. Why because those jenny's are all going to graduate and the algorithm will love that and after graduation. The jenny's will make generous gifts to dillard's endowment because walter will give them naming rights for the brand new dillard university student spa then the other college presidents will google that big endowment number and start to give dillard a higher peer assessment score which will in turn lead to more jenny's taking dillard seriously until the parents a beverly hills and palm beach and the upper east side will casually. Ed dropped at the country club. That can you believe it. Little jenny has gotten into dillard remember kelly. Mcconville of reed college the leader of mike consulting band of hackers a caller back in to double check the math. Run the numbers on a dillard full of jenny's through her simulated. Us news algorithm so williams. The top ranked liberal arts college with an endowment of over two point eight billion dollars. We take williams financials and put them in for dillard dillard goes from one sixty one to being tied for one. Oh three so. We suppose suggesting so. We haven't changed any of the fundamentals in the classroom. We haven't changed the enthusiasm of the teachers. We haven't changed. You know the spirit of the students. We haven't changed all we've done is that we have plunked a very large amount of money in the bank account of dillard. He's actually that volts them from the bottom of the pack to essentially the middle. Okay okay let's keep going. Yeah so you gave us a slightly trickier one where we're now going to lay on top of all that the test scores. Oh i nearly forgot. Test scores another key. Us news factor in all likelihood are jenny's had private tutors to help them raise the red a discourse they went to private prep schools take standardized tests really seriously. This is a variable with jenny's name written all over it. So what if walter kimbro told all of his lower achieving students to go home and rebuild all of dillard around only the highest test score jenness. What would that do for the schools rank. Now they went from one. Oh three to forty three so that went up sixty slots just by adjusting. Those variables the just like to hell with this antiquated notion of trying to educate a large swath of students. Who wanna come to new orleans to attend a hbu. We're just creams from now. Right okay. can we get them higher than forty-three she said. Sure we can and began going through meaning items under. Us news checklist and lo and behold. This was a test are shunning. New dillard haste. I mean teacher student ratios. They're tiny now. We told half our students to go home faculty resources john. Norma's we're loaded. I mean. I don't know what school we're looking at now. But this school. After jared cranked all of those things turned all of those dials. Means this new dillard. is ranked third. So that is how we can get dillard into the tippy top tier of the.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

06:35 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Central question this. Which is you're absolutely right. it makes no sense. Why why does it matter that you have rich white students for some reason. The us news algorithm is calculated in such a way that if you have rich white students you do better but voted to get rich. Kids you have to. You have to induce them to come to your school and i would like to talk about an inducement which is suppose we were to build at dillard an incredibly fancy dorm the daughter of the hedge fund guy from new york. I wanted to walk in and say wow. How much is it going to cost. What are we talking about here. You're saying that you want to provide a dorm. That looks like hotel suite that they stay in when they're with their parents on a luxurious vacation. Yes and what does that cost okay. So the way we calculate pricing is cost per key right so we spend a minimum of two million dollars per key not including the land. Two million dollars per key. That's what the wealthiest are expecting in terms of high quality. Living these days we have daring fine materials that we have throughout the rooms. You'll never drywall. For example no drywall. So two million per key. Drywall is like verboten. Dirty word nother example that we're doing is swimming pools on the terraces recess into the balcony. Oh in every room that's projects so which you could do this totally do this new orleans of course to go to college example. The college came to and said. I want a dorm for two. I wanna wow dorm for two hundred students. You think you could do that for four hundred million dollars. Yeah i think we could. Yeah you think you could. The kid eighteen year olds. Going to walk in with. Daddy and dad is going to say okay. You know little. What's her name. I don't know gender. Jenny jenny jenny is going to be happy. Here is going to be happy. We were laughing about this. Because it's absurd right. But just imagine that walter kimbro actually built the dorm. That vanessa was imagining and that little jenny. The hedge funders daughter. And all the other little genie's out there decided as a result to come to dillard dillard would start to rise immediately in the rankings. Why because those jenny's are all going to graduate and the algorithm will love that and after graduation. The jenny's will make generous gifts to dillard's endowment because walter will give them naming rights for the brand new dillard university student spa then the other college presidents will google that big endowment number and start to give dillard a higher peer assessment score which will in turn lead to more jenny's taking dillard seriously until the parents a beverly hills and palm beach and the upper east side will casually that it dropped at the country club. That can you believe it. Little jenny has gotten into dillard. Remember kelly mcconville of reed college the leader of my consulting band of hackers a caller back in to double check the math. Run the numbers on a dillard full of jenny's through her simulated. Us news algorithm so william's sister. The top ranked liberal arts college with an endowment of over two point. Eight billion dollars take williams financials and put them in for dillard dillard goes from one sixty one to being tied for one. Oh three so. This positives suggesting so. We haven't changed any of the fundamentals in the classroom. We haven't changed the enthusiasm of the teachers. We haven't changed. You know the spirit of the students. We haven't changed all we've done is that we have plunked a very large amount of money in the bank account of dillard. He's actually that volts them from the bottom of the pack to essentially the middle. Okay okay let's keep going. Yeah so next. You gave us a slightly trickier one where we're now going to layer on top of all that the test scores. Oh i nearly forgot test scores another key. Us news factor in all likelihood are jenny's had private tutors to help them raise their sat scores. They went to private prep schools but take standardized tests really seriously. This is a variable with jenny's name written all over it. So what if walter kimbro told all of his lower achieving students to go home and rebuild all of dillard around only the highest test score jenness. What would that do for the schools rank. Now they went from one. Oh three to forty three. That went up sixty slots just by adjusting. Those two variables the dislike to hell with this antiquated notion of trying to educate a large swath of students. Who wanna come to new orleans to attend a hp cu. We're just cream skimming from now on right. Okay i'll kill me. Get them higher than forty three. She said sure we can and began going through remaining items on the. Us news checklist and lo and behold this was a test are shunning new dillard haste. I mean teacher student ratios. They're tiny now. We told half our students to go home faculty resources john enormous we're loaded. I mean i don't know what school we're looking at now. But this school. After jared cranked all of those things turned all of those dials. Means this new dillard. is ranked third. So that is how we can.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Reputation score.

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Reputation score is two point six a terrible score by the way but now we know why it's not because there's something very wrong with dillard's reputation it's because dillard fall short in all of the areas that make for a high score. There aren't a lot of white people on campus. The tuition is low compared with top liberal arts colleges. It's nineteen thousand dollars. A year and dillard's endowment is a miniscule a hundred and five million dollars a top ranked. School like williams. College has two billion more dollars in the bank than dillard the next thing. Us news really cares about his graduation. Rates what percentage of a freshman class get their degree within six years. Us news reward schools for having high graduation rates and they punish schools for low graduation rates on the theory. That a school's graduation rate tells you something about how well it educates and inspires. its students. this metric seems to make a lot more sense than peer assessments. Course right at dillard. The graduation rate is around fifty percent. How can we call a school. Good if half it students don't graduate but when i asked walter kimbro about this. Here's what he said. I was doing one of my one on one meetings with a freshman student last week. And of course i was the best part about being a college student was the worst part and she said the worst part for her was thanksgiving and christmas. So i wanted to say. Because i had to figure out what i do is very powerful the way to say it was like 'cause i was like what do you mean. Why was that the worst part of college she said. I didn't know where i was sta- think of how difficult it must be for that student to focus on staying in school. How can you plan for the future when your life right now is so unstable and what happens when someone in your family gets ill or loses their job or has an accident and all of a sudden the cost of sending you to school becomes overwhelming if the average family income of your student body is just over thirty thousand dollars a year. There's going to be a lot of that for a school. Like bike us. That you're seventy five percent pell grant eligible if you have a six year graduation rate. This over fifty percent is almost miraculous because there are so many other factors that i just can't control. I can't control those family visas and there. I just can't control that. Just for contrast the graduation rate at a school at bowdoin currently number six on the liberal arts college rankings ninety five percent. Everyone graduates maybe because one in every five students.

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"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"dillard" Discussed on Revisionist History

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Child Tax Credit Checks: Will They Do Enough for America's Impoverished Kids?

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:46 min | 11 months ago

Child Tax Credit Checks: Will They Do Enough for America's Impoverished Kids?

"Nearly twenty percent of children in the us live in poverty in fact the us is ranked one of the worst countries in the western world for child poverty rates and this of course puts children and their families really terrible situations every day. Things will only getting west. During the pandemic and in response congress significantly expanded the child tax credit that expansion was extended on president biden and starting next week. Millions of parents will get monthly payments throughout the rest of the year. The net result of all that is we're gonna cut childhood poverty in america by almost fifty percent this year. This is senator michael bennet of colorado. He's pushing to have the expanded child tax credit made permanent and he's working with the by the administration to pass legislation. How expensive would this be. It's about one hundred billion dollars a year. that's a lot it is childhood. Poverty is which dillard cost us a trillion dollars a year. So i think this is money very well spent that trillion dollars. That he's talking about is the estimated amount the us spins every year of combating child poverty and its effects like health problems employment problems later on housing insecurity. Here's the thing about this program. Though the child tax credit does not just go to families who live below the poverty line or even near the poverty. Line the money also goes to families who make middle and even upper middle class incomes which seems a little strange right like if your goal is to reduce child poverty and you only have a certain amount of money to spend. Wouldn't you want to target that money to get as much of it as possible. Exactly to the people who need it. The most instead of giving some of the money to people who aren't in great need and in some cases are financially. Pretty well off.

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Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman

The Dallas Morning News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman

"A man who shot and killed himself outside of. us representative. Beth van dyne serving home. Wednesday was a former staffer of the freshman republican congresswoman and gop. The urban police department confirmed his identity to the dallas morning news. Yesterday as fifty. Five year old richard christian chris dillard according to his linked in profile which shows him pictured with texas. Gop chairman alan west. He was van. Dines communications director for her campaign from november twenty nineteen to april twenty twenty the texas military department public affairs staff also confirmed that dillard was a member of the texas state guard. Irving police department public information officer robert reeves said the reason behind dillard's death is still

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Evergreens To Cut For The Holidays

Plant Of The Week

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Evergreens To Cut For The Holidays

"Your plants of the week. There's multiple and because because only four of the flowers of one mum. We have to switch up. And what i have put it to. This week is coming into the season as we are On a positive note. We're gonna have christmas and it'll all be over within three weeks from today. But in the meantime your property may yield sufficient evergreen boughs of all different kinds to do a lot of decorating inside This this is an excellent time to start getting the cuttings taken One of the things to mention when we're dealing with human heights against size of some evergreens. You wanna start at about waist. High and then take branches from above that the reason being that the older foliage at the bottom is having enough trouble staying alive and staying fooled and bush's so to speak just on its own. That's just the way trees grill so if you started waist high and and work your way on up then you can take bows. I would take only a few or just even one from each of a couple of different sections You can you can mix light green. Greens long neil short and he goes all kinds of things including the visual the visual that is including then the fragrance One of the outstanding things about christmas and as memories go smells are really really heavy and i remember the frazier for my parents. Used to have scraggly little devil in in the sense of weight and dillard's practically the end of the season and went and pick out what was left but at the same time it smelled good. And that's one of the things that i i would say because you can you can do the junipers the arbor vita the taxes spruce Be careful on blue spruce or they're having enough trouble without you take very much out of them but those are things that we can count as color at this point and then it will soon be color indoors.

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Nike stock surges 10% as fiscal 2021 revenue is expected to rise

MarketFoolery

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Nike stock surges 10% as fiscal 2021 revenue is expected to rise

"We're GONNA start with some earnings and no better place to start then Nike shares of Nike up twelve percent and hitting an all time high. After Nike issued a first quarter report that was highlighted by what else? Amazing. Digital. Sales. Although I should say their their profits did come in much higher than expected to. Yeah, Nike Hat Prophets of ninety six cents per share versus the forty seven that was expected. So they definitely beats on both the top and the bottom lines and depending on how you read this earnings report and the story that you're telling you can paint two very different pictures for Nike. Here skeptics will tell you that their total revenue year-over-year still fell eight percent despite the fact that it was up on a quarterly basis. So this was by no means a blowout quarter in terms of their top line, but if you. Look at the bigger picture, Nike has been changing their distribution strategy, and so the fact that sales weren't down more when they cut so many large distribution partners over the past few months is actually pretty astounding and what we're seeing the market react to here in my opinion is actually the stellar growth online sales online sales grew eighty two percent more than doubling in certain regions of the world. So this is really a testament not only to renewed demand for Nike's products, but it's a good first step in a changing distribution strategy. We also saw that show up in in their inventory and the way they're managing their inventory. It was a little bit of a challenge last quarter they brought some of that down this quarter so nice to see that improvement. Also, seems like Nike is optimistic about the holidays is that fair to say Definitely. Fair to say what's notable about where you saw their sales come in this quarters is that despite the overall contraction compared to the year ago period sales for footwear, their footwear division, which is really core Nike still grew. So I think they're optimistic about renewed demand especially heading into the holiday season but more importantly especially because they put so much emphasis on to their digital sales, which is really going to be what catalyze people to order people. I think it's safe. Assumption are not going to be traveling as much. This holiday season potentially not going to be giving gifts that they aren't able to order online as much as they were last. Year. So the fact that Nike has reinvested so much money into really connecting direct to consumers and a manner that establishes a more of a relationship between Nike and consumers is potentially going to be good for them and holiday sales. But what's worth pointing out here is that they did cut a lot of partners we talked about it previously, but they cut ZAPPA's they cut dillard's so their foot traffic, the people walking into a store and buying a pair of Nikes that's probably going to be down for the foreseeable future they're going to need to prove that they can pull those customers back in to their digital sales to make it worth it. And this is something they've been investing a lot in over the last few years. So I mean this this is one of those quarters where you see those investments pay off but to your point, this is. When you when you cut off partnerships like that. Then, you're doing so with the confidence that you're going to be able to make it up on your own. and. That wasn't an a political decision in the sense that. Seemed like Nike shareholders were split down the middle about whether or not they believed cutting their partners and their distribution wholesalers really were was the best move for the company I tend to be on the side of I like Nike controlling more of their line controlling their relationship with consumers I. Think long term that can give them some pricing power but I have no doubt in. My mind that short term, you're going to see the impact in terms of their top line growth at the margin profile long-term improves as a result but let's be clear here cutting out what they deemed to be lower tier wholesalers to focus on specialized partnerships that was not a move that was universally perceived to be beneficial to the company. It really was a change interest Egypt. Direction.

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How To Make Sure Your Child Learns This School Year

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

06:41 min | 1 year ago

How To Make Sure Your Child Learns This School Year

"Once we've thought through our own needs as workers if people in the household, you know the next question is what about our kids what our kids need now's a great time to ask how did my kids? Do when they were learning online in the spring Howard they feeling about the possibility of doing more online learning. Are they self directed learners or was it a real struggle for them? You know younger kids especially in some kids with disabilities. humbling learning is tough. You know what I'm hearing is that a lot of families are taking this enforced pause to trying to think through what their kids need you. Know you kind of have to assess what are your kids really have to have right now to get through this year in a positive way and for a little more perspective on this, I talked to someone who's really an expert in self directed learning. Crystal Dillard. She's the director of natural creativity, which is a homeschooling resource center in Philadelphia and what that means is that she helps children from really diverse backgrounds. kind of design learning experiences that really meet them where they're at. So that can mean anything from studying. Physics to woodworking photography and she told me that often even within the same family, you'll find children have really different needs. There may be one young person who is responsive to what is being given. You know in terms of. Schooling right now, but there's almost always one who is just not responding to. It doesn't WanNa do it, and the parent is really put in a position that either I'm going to be forcing a young person to sit down and do something they don't WanNa do or I'm going to really think about whether is as important as what I even though it wasn't. So. Don't forget to sit down with your kids and ask what would they prefer an an unpack it yeah I mean. So let's talk about the actual options, right what is your day? What is your week? Potentially? What is your semester going to look like if you're in a public school district and we know many of them are going to be online only in the fall Then that's really going to be the backbone or the default for many of you out there. So obviously staying. Enrolled will keep you supporting your Public School District It is free besides obviously the cost of a Wifi device and the time it takes to oversee it. Yep, and you should know that in our reporting, what we've come across is that a lot of districts really feel like what they have to offer is going to be a little bit more robust than what they had in the spring. Maybe more live instruction may be more sophisticated in terms of what the teachers are doing you know. And, that might be better or worse for you. Right because live instructions sometimes means more to coordinate and getting different kids and multiple different zooms. But we also know is that your school's remote learning is not going to fill the whole what would be the school day So then what do you do and I have been collecting lots of information and resources some you know summer gonNA use free courses paid courses live recorded. There's so many different options if you're looking for places to fill in. Gaps, I think a really good tip is to look at your own states learning standards that can be really detailed for the grade especially in things like science think about what topics you might want to cover for a particular grade with every of energy for there's there's a wide range of things I want to mention. You know there's also kind of prefabricated home school curricula in a box. There's a Montessori ones or some other ones that are really kind of everything you need to know to homeschool. There's individual online live classes, right? Your your kids trying out school year my eleven year old is taking a class on out school. Ethics in sports. And it was just like you know there were there were list of hundreds of classes and a buddy of his is just taking this for an hour a day. He did one just today he loved it. It location is no longer an object, right? So so what could you do in terms of alive class? One out of the box resource is a fiber. I know some people that are looking for tutors for their kids including international language tutors who could be really cheap by our your local. Dancer IOS and places. Piano teachers are probably all offering versions of what they do online now. So that's an interesting option to consider that socially distanced There's always software based learning resources like Khan Academy to Supplement and don't forget your networks. My mom is teaching art to my daughter's once a week they really get into that. That's like an hour long activity they learn about different artists and they. Make work. There is high school students and college students all over the country that are banding together to offer tutoring sessions and I would recommend picking one or two. You know a great interest for your kids or something that they really need to work on or both to kind of supplement what's going on with with the remote learning once you have a handle on your own needs and your kids needs. then. It's time to kind of look at your broader community and think about bringing other kids into the mix so that your your kid can have some social interaction, right? Yeah and obviously you're GonNa want be on the same page with the. In that circle you'RE GONNA. WanNa talk about you know how big is your circle? How much exposure do you have on a regular basis to other families in their habits and obviously you're also GONNA want to double down on the basics handwashing mask wearing again, the honor system anytime you start thinking about spending time with other families you need to have a conversation, those families you need to be able to discuss and bring up what precautions everyone's taking. If there's been any exposures, are you comfortable asking someone to take a test one mother I talked to who is thinking a lot about forming a pod because she has? An only child is prudence. Carter, and she also has some respiratory health issues herself. So she needs to be extra careful really really be able to like talk openly about testing and taking temperature washing hands and social distancing and everybody has to be admitted to that. You know let through kind of the different options you have as a household or with family or friends What about if you decide you need to and can afford to pay for childcare What are we looking at here? I? Mean some families are talking about sharing a tutor or a sitter. Some districts are starting to open up subsidized care. And we know there are lots of childcare centers that have reopened although they may have fewer slots, available and then of course, there in home daycares that are interestingly you know opening their doors to slightly older kids who you know they. They might have previously focused on pre kindergarten kindergarten. and. Now maybe they are taking second third fourth

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With COVID-19 cases on the rise, five new testing sites in Miami-Dade and Broward open

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

With COVID-19 cases on the rise, five new testing sites in Miami-Dade and Broward open

"Expanding efforts to find more Corona virus patients here in South Florida. Emergency management officials have announced five free testing sites are coming up Broward and Miami Dade. They'll open drive through sights much Friday morning. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Every single day, at least until August 2nd, you'll find the sites at the Miami Dade Auditorium, Dillard High Blanche Ely Hi MacArthur High School in Hollywood and Miami Jackson Sr. And

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"dillard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"dillard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Asked ed Dillard of Dillard's guided fishing to join us and he's on the line now good morning what about how you doing this morning pretty good pretty good have you been plagued with wind up there by any chance yeah yeah I six out of seven days effective supposed to come up again this afternoon and out there it was blowing pretty good but yeah every so often they'll get a calm day but they've been for a few between but could you have a few hours in the morning or it's okay you know very few by nine o'clock lately it's been blowing for most days just a weird pattern sitting over this whole state I mean that's all they're talking about in the ocean is the wind the whole length of the north state so and now it's on the other side of the stairs yeah yeah you know it's kind of funny though we had some days we'd have no wind or hurricanes it seem like it what are you doing to get your fish out there you know we've been stolen the baby's diamond anywhere from sixty to twenty feet the last couple days have been more to twenty foot level getting between eight fifteen normally a day we've had a couple days one day we got seventeen of the day we got twenty one out last night for about three hours and I got four six okay and what's the size range you know there's a lot of fresh planners from the all the eight candidates kind of stuff up to about twenty one inches been the biggest one this week that's not bad that's not bad I was mentioning earlier that's kind of what Davis lake was like in the old days you go out and catch a combination of the small fish we're two or three nights big rainbows thrown on them everybody was happy yeah you know the other day we had to twenty we had heat fish that were probably eighteen to twenty one and so that was a it was a good day eight fish other twenty without beard yes okay and you mentioned you're down to twenty feet deep pile yes correct yeah sometimes in the morning there will bring it up to about sixty just deal office.

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5 Rules For Creating a Podcast Title

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

05:45 min | 2 years ago

5 Rules For Creating a Podcast Title

"What's going on my friend? Welcome back welcome for the first time to the PODCAST domination show I'm lose as your host, and this episode is not going to be a long one, and quite frankly you probably see a lot of my episodes. More recently have been shorter episodes that are the ones that are the Solos and I'm GonNa keep it that way. I want to respect your time. Give you exactly what you need to be successful in podcasting and then I wanNA get out of your ear so today like I mentioned before. You'RE GONNA learn the five rules you have to follow, or you should follow to create amazing an amazing podcast title. Some of the reasons to back up as before we get into this about why I'm doing this topic now is because I've been getting this question. A lot on calls a lot of times I throughout this. Week's been a lot of calls of people who want to launch podcast and one of the big questions. It has like I. Don't know what how to name it or or I don't understand. What's the best practices for naming it, so? I figured I'd do a refresher on this. Of course in my program, the PODCAST launch formula we go into depth on this. I show you all the tools and tricks and tactics and cheech. You can use to really nail your name down, but today you're GonNa learn the five simple tools or five simple ways. Or rules. If I can speak today. That are GONNA help you really get a solid name so. Back or because of popular demand. We're doing this today, so let's dive into it so number one the the I. I. Guess Rule You'd want. You'd WANNA. Really really adhere to when you're thinking of a name is to avoid words that are hard to spell or words that are easily confused or words that that most people are GonNa have a hard time. Spelling think about the the the average person that's probably to your podcast. You have to understand what is their education level? If you're talking to doctors, and maybe it's okay to to use a little bit more technical advanced term, but if you're talking to. Most demographics I would say you're going to want to keep the words simple to smell to spell to smell. Sorry Sunday. But some tips here to avoid. our industry words so certain things that are like really really words that most people wouldn't understand you wanna be as clear as day with these title so number one avoid words are hard to spell words that are easily. GonNa get misspelled in in Google. Apple podcasts or wherever people are searching your podcast from that is going to be a big issue. If you are trying to make sure the name is very easy remember. To find in your podcast directory. So that's number. One number two is. Don't use your name. And it's okay to put like with so and so, but if you're gonNA, do it like the Mike. Dillard show like my dillard's can do that and other big personal brands can do that because they have a big name Bay of already established a name, but if you're someone new, maybe someone who's not so well known meaning like if you don't have a database of like fifty to one hundred thousand people. Even, then it's a hard sell I. We've had a lot of clients recently with bigger personal brands asked me this I name at the Xyz show and I've I've told them repeatedly. No, because unless you're getting tons of organic Google searches for your name like Neil Patel. For example, he's a guy who gets a lot of organic searches for his name. Neil Patel. Less, you're like that. You're getting thousands. Hundreds of thousands of of search impressions tens of thousands of search impressions month then it's going to be in your favor because. People are not going to know what your shows abouts. In you know in two to three seconds when they see that right I, see a lot of podcasts out there that I have no idea who the person is, and maybe just because I'm from the industry who knows, but it doesn't seem like they're big personal brand name, and they've got their name on the podcast and for me, that does know as a listener that that does no benefit for me like I really don't care about your name I just I just WanNa see if you can help me solve whatever it is. You're claiming solve right. people really don't care. UNLESS, you're Oprah Winfrey or someone big. We talking about before Neil Patel. It's going to be hard to to to get traction early on with that kind of positioning. Okay, so that's my advice. If you're someone who's not getting hundreds or tens of thousands of search, ranking or searches for your name already then it's that I'd say pick something else. Go with the name. That's more descriptive as to how you're going to solve the problem or how you going to help this person. Who's GonNa Listen Your podcasts. That's number two so recap number one. Don't use words that are hardest bell number two. Don't use your name unless you're a mega personal brand already. Number, three avoid hyphens apostrophes. Our ever you wherever you can We launched a show that had hyphen. In its recently and we were, we did a lot of thinking about this and the show went. Find got top top shows number two in its category, but we did a lot of thinking. What other what else could we do, so we finally decided. The name is easy enough that it doesn't really matter, but for most cases you're gonNA. Want to avoid hyphens posture fees because this is where. People if they forget that if they don't know, maybe they don't know if there's a the in front of like the podcast show like. If you notice, my show called, it just called PODCASTONE nation show. There's no the. In the actual title. And I did that on purpose. Because if you do have a than, it makes people sometimes forget it, so it gets into entire annoying mess that could mess with your search rankings and search results

"dillard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dillard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My talk Dillard threes is here and she brought all the dirt straight from Hollywood it was a bad guy Bruce Willis and demi Moore listen to this they've been quarantined with their daughters for four weeks to gather together and their photos of them wearing matching jammies song let's capture captioned a photo via Instagram on Monday of her parents smiling for the camera while wearing matching green striped pajamas and she said chaotic neutral and her sister scout posed in the background and then to lose boyfriend was on a chair and everybody's wearing the same green pajamas and then to Lewis somebody of course had to post your not social distancing but you can't really social distance from people you live with right no I mean the only thing that you have to stay six feet away from your child in your home yeah no can we let's be real no no into Lewis said we made the choice to quarantine together and have been together for twenty seven days taking every precaution this it's not you know this is the thing this is what makes me equal parts happy and frustrated like I'm happy on the one hand that people's behavior hasn't changed in so far as there still they've still got enough time on their hands to judge others from a distance right right but also like come on really in this moment this is what you're gonna be picking on well I kind of think you're like you're missing the point I mean I get it that's good that you're understanding the guidelines they are not really understanding the guideline also can I just say can I just point out like hi our Bruce Willis and demi Moore been divorced for how long and I love that they're doing that yes I know but is he re married yes he is and I don't really know.

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Macy's to Close 125 Stores, Exit Weakest Malls

Tony and Dwight

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Macy's to Close 125 Stores, Exit Weakest Malls

"I just saw a Macy's is holding their national headquarters in downtown Cincinnati this is bad they're close enough find just stores one of my favorite pictures as my two kids and they're both thirty there thirty and thirty two now sitting in Santa's lap at Macy's in New York how long did you have to wait in line New York that's probably a really long line is only a day and a half right so it's a good Santa it was six I mean he just looked the role and they look and Simon my younger son looks like look I'm only for here I know and Max is trying to please me well okay I'll smile there all day well now you're gonna have to take your kids to Dillard's to get with Santa I guess so at macys that's just instance this tough and now just close in our headquarters I don't even think they're closing our stores here whatever well I mean they're closing a bunch nationwide so they may close in here but so far we haven't gotten any guidance of

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A Chat with Andy Cohen, Co-Founder of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories

Cars That Matter

08:09 min | 2 years ago

A Chat with Andy Cohen, Co-Founder of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories

"This is it manner. Part of the cars that matters equation has more to do with the people that own them and drive them and love them that it does about the cars themselves. That's where my guests dandy. Colin is really just exactly the kind of person we WANNA talk to get a sense of of how cars that matter have affected him. How in many ways? He's been one of the arbiters of taste that has helped to determine Herman which cars do matter. India president of Beverly Hills motoring accessories company that began in one thousand nine hundred seventy six back at a time when well cars were. We're not quite the uniform transportation pods that they are today. So we WANNA talk to Andy about a lot of those things Andy. Welcome to the show and We look forward to learn a little bit about your car. Is that matter sure. Thank you very much. I was at a young age. Twenty years old. Living in New New York Long Island to be interested in cars at that time was very looked down upon. What part of Long Island did you go up on? Great and what year are you talking about. Say Graduated High School in Sixty four so in sixty four. You think people look down on someone who was a car aficionado in New York. Oh boy do over at Roosevelt raceway and near Roosevelt field where they had all those great straightaways and we could see what our cars could really do when someone had to give somebody some cute girl the pink slip of our car before we showed off the new engine. We put into a car that would otherwise have gone very slowly and then a surprised everybody with the power behind our hot Rod. I would bet that you ruled the roost back. Then well I I did that I could. Everybody remembers their first car. The ones they saved up for even built from scratch per andy talked his father into buying a sixty four pontiac. Tempest tempest within three twenty six cubic inch v eight and a three speed stick but then six months later they came out with that. She te'o and I'm thinking God. Why didn't may have that when I got my dad by car so I have the scheme us what away for the weekend with my mother to Florida and I said took me and my friends we're GONNA make this tempest into GTO? So I went into a reckoning. You heard I bought a three eighty nine cubic inch motor. Because that's what they were. You're from a Grand Prix and I proceeded to concoct a story that I was riding on the boulevard. I hit a rock broke the oil pan at Emmett if the engine I didn't fall out. Yeah so have this game I went and get the motor from the wrecking yard. What to put it in it was completely different than the GTO engine and it took four months? Let's get everything all about at the play hood at the custody headers. I mean everything was different. My Dad was taking a bus and very mad at me and I just said New New York wasn't a place for me. I didn't like the call. I didn't like the weather I didn't like crowds. They didn't like anything so I said southern California's it so to move out here. You're sixty seven nine hundred sixty seven. I didn't know anyone I didn't even know which way to go so I got off. The Plane Got Century Boulevard. went to the four or five Rui and said go north or South. I don't know because I didn't know anyone turned left and went north. I got to the top of the pass going down into the San. Fernando Valley was September thirty degrees hotter as they went down into the valley. I loved it because the hotter the better so I went down. The Hill got off at Ventura. Boulevard saw Holiday Inn and kind of made that my center for a few years Earth. A great story. I don't even know if that's repeatable then Robert. He moved out here in sixty seven. That's right at the man that's when you wanted to be in the car scene gene so it begs the question Andy. What was your first car when you got out here? My first car that I built actually was a nineteen forty four woody. That already had a three twenty seven. I'm an engine in it and I actually have restored three times. They still have. It's black and has corvette motor independent suspension drives drives like my maserati fantastic so I got the combination combination of of all those things and I actually bought my first Ferrari in nineteen seventy eight. It was two three eight one of my friends who have bought it from was far Dillard to Mexico and he said Handy you interested in buying Daytona spyder. I said sure tell me about it. This was a nine hundred seventy eight. It was owned by a prince. Turki I think is still around his predecessors are in Newport Report Beach Daytona spider and ill will not one of those fake streams ruined and in fact talk about like before the Internet. The only way I could find out if it was is a railway. Todo Spider was semi telex the primary factor. And then three years later. I found out that that car was the first Daytona spyder made. What a fantastic art art? That's one of the cars of everybody's dreams. I mean they tone. A spider is an iconic thing and boy is certainly created a sensation. Such that there was so many saws all taken AAC into the roofs of perfectly good Daytona. coupes that yeah. They ruined a lot at Daytona Coupe. They shared that one hundred. Twenty two daytona spiders for all years and it's still one of the most sought after valuable cars. Of course I sold it a long time ago. Well those are the stories. That'll be another show cars that matter that we wish we still had but it I think that's that's the part and parcel of the process to you. Know we're just custodians of these things and I think the real the real Enjoyment is yes Being able to kind of cycle through an evolution of cars in our stable. Unless you're one of these guys that has the resources and the and the the Kind of mental wherewithal to encompassing a garage. Full of hundreds of cars. It's it's too much of a good thing and I think being able to cherish a prize that they tone a spider a couple of other special personal examples. That's what car ownership is really all about. What was your first Special Cairo? Oh Gosh my first. Special special car was the first one that I could afford. That was quite triumph in and of itself and not a triumph literally it was actually a BMW sixteen hundred and Back like Nice start. Well no nobody knew what those things were. They were just little ten shit boxes back in the early seventies but they were quite a handful for a guy learning the whole essence of vehicle dynamics handling dynamics hammocks what does it take to actually make a car do certain things and those were manual back. Then they were all manual and You know you really had to work hard to to make that thing go fast. You know the old all saying you know you can have more fun making a slow cargo fast than a fast cargo slow and it certainly holds true with something like that little forbidding or BMW. Would you want that Car Oregon today you know. I actually tried to find bill. I'm sorry I sold a damn thing but you know when you're a college student and you're kind of starving. You have to do it. You have to do. Actually I had different priorities forties. I sold it to buy a stereo. I remember that guy that came to buy it. I was trying to sell it for twelve hundred dollars. Exactly what I paid about. Maybe a year before so this guy comes to my mother's house where I'm staying over the summer and he was kind of a shifty looking character. I'm not sure where he was if I had again. I'd say someplace like Transylvania and after talking a little bit of negotiation he says I'll give you six hundred dollars and my monkey a said. Oh boy I love monkeys and stuff. But I'm in college. Listen I got a roommate and I rather have the twelve hundred bucks. I figure it was like an organ grinder monkey or something like that but Needless to say we did a cash transaction the BMW MWR away. I've been looking for ever since and is the monkeys fill around so feeding you. I'm not you q m three sixty three. If anybody ever sees. He's a black California played out there with those numbers. Please let me

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Body Found In Lake On Campus Of Fort Lauderdale’s Dillard High School

Brian Mudd

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Body Found In Lake On Campus Of Fort Lauderdale’s Dillard High School

"Hello three fort Lauderdale detectives are investigating following a body found in a lake on the campus of dealer high officials a school bus driver made the discovery this morning contact at the school no additional work cause death or foul play is suspected as a precaution the district says the campus was put on a code yellow

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What Happened to the Silk Slip?

Pop Fashion

02:09 min | 2 years ago

What Happened to the Silk Slip?

"Has fashioned stop making the Silk Slip like normal full and half soak slips. I have been wearing the same black half slip clip from sears. Since two thousand four which I bought when I was twenty two and cannot seem to find anywhere. Outside of thrift invented sellers also cranky the most undergarments. in-store is focused on cinching and slimming. Many Times. You just need an extra layer for warmth and to act as aligning for coverage ease of movement and to protect your clothes from your skin's oils Dell's slash dirt. We are on the same page. All of us are on the same page. And I think there's a few factors in it mostly because the American workplaces become so casual that there's not the need for like there once was an. Oh yeah we wear slips outside now. Have you senior at so people aren't using it and the that particular way although it would be really smart like I am for or bring it back. Also I think part of it is because the price point like there was a reason why you were getting silk. It works it's effective but it's a lot cheaper to make some plastic mess. put it out on the market for three dollars. And so I think that there's kind of this chain textiles thing. That's playing a part and it started happening in the early. Two thousand that just became More and more prevalent and right around the time when you bought that slit sears. Two thousand four era. That's win a lot of those fabrics started changing to become more plastic centered so it would get cheaper. And that's how fast fashion started happening. So you gotta take really good care of that slip. If it hasn't elastic waist and the waistband gets crappy over time you could probably get that replaced. Yeah Yeah or continue to look for people have these things in their closets that they might be willing to part with Ya. Yeah but if you're looking for something new I don't have an answer for you. I mean maybe maybe a specialty high end lingerie shop or maybe a high end department store like Dillard's or up but I don't know I think he was still might be able to find some some department stores. Uh I think it's the silk part that might be hard.

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The Honorable Andrew Young on Growing Up in New Orleans

In Black America

05:59 min | 2 years ago

The Honorable Andrew Young on Growing Up in New Orleans

"I said whoever made all this couldn't have made me with no purpose so it has got to be a purpose for me to the end of Andrew The J. Young Civil Rights legend former. UN Ambassador Congressman and Mayor of Atlanta Georgia in nineteen sixty young help change this country as a leader in the civil rights movement his legacy include being silly activists elected official groundbreaking Ambassador Social Entrepreneur. You're an adviser to presidents. Currently he leaves the Andrew J Young Foundation's effort to the BELVA `support new generations of visionary leaders who array sustainable global approaches to Economic Development Poverty Alleviation Ama- challenge of hunger young was a close confidante to the late Dr Martin Luther King Junior and a key strategist negotiated during campaigns that led to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four and the voting rights act of Nineteen nineteen sixty five this past spring young was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America at the AUBERGE Presidential Library on on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. I'm John Leo Hanson Junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program and exclusive interview with Civil Rights Legend the Honorable Andrew Young and black America Reverend Vivian was really the first one have a sit it in he was he had a sit in Peoria Illinois in nineteen forty seven that was way before Montgomery and and Martin Luther King we go into his ninety sixth birthday next month he still with us. He was a freedom rider he he worked with us from beginning to end and he's still on the case James Several Janesville genius but he was also very eccentric. Maybe crazy but Dr King being used to say that all of us a certify ably insane because you've got to be kinda crazy to think that you can change America America was no money no organization we had nothing but the spirit of the Lord moving in our hearts it it changed when one speaks with the honor Bell Andrew j young you can still see it on his face and hearing his voice the Passion and commitment he still has for the call for social justice as Executive Director of the southern Christian Leadership Conference in one thousand nine hundred sixty four he was on on the front line doing America's doctors days born and raised in a segregated New Orleans young. I attended Dillard University in the city then attended Howard Howard University and earned a vintage degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty five from Hartford theological seminary working as a young pastor and Thomas Field Georgia he he first became part of the movement when he organized voter registration drives and nineteen seventy s first attempt to elect politics he loss but with a new campaign campaign finance chairman in Nineteen seventy-two he was elected to Congress becoming the first African American representative from the deep south since reconstruction he was reelected in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and again in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and nineteen eighty-one. He was elected mayor of Atlanta Georgia this past spring in Black America sat down with young exclusive interview during his stay in Austin participant in the summit on race in America. Mrs Young tells what was is New Orleans like back in the nineteen forties and fifties. We don't strangely enough it was segregated but but I I had to deal with Sarah Gatien and from four years old on because you know the Nazi party headquarters was fifty yards from where I was born. There was an Irish grocery store in Italian bar and I was right in the middle and then I had to go to Lina See Jones school which was a public school in another neighborhood that was called the bucket of blood because it was so much fighting and stuff going on there and I was I was younger longer than everybody and smaller than everybody so My Daddy told me said look you never going to be big enough to beat everybody so you need to learn to fight because if you know how to fight you don't have to fight nearly as much he he said but you're not GonNa win. Many fights comes he said but you probably outrun run a lot of people but you feel good running from problems. I was GONNA ask you. I read that your father hired a fighter vital to teach you and your brother well he was he was a dentist and we we live near the coliseum where the boxes is trained so when they had need dental work and no money he would fix the teeth free but then he'd make them them take us to the gym to teach us how to box notion. was you need to know he said so that even when you get in a fight you might get beat but you need to let them know that they've been in a fight and you will have to fight right that much.

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"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

22:32 min | 2 years ago

"dillard" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"dillard" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:58 min | 3 years ago

"dillard" Discussed on KGO 810

"AM on KGO eight ten hi and welcome back jury Dillard with us we'll get to your calls this hour as well sure you give us an example when you are in this kind of meditative state to reach the other side how do you do this tell me about your meta meditation process or or what you do well if the little second nature to me because I've done it so much I I always say a short prayer before I connect with the other side okay in part because I am aware of dark energy and I don't want that to intrude and confuse the session or two you know anyway I start with that I won't work with the other I won't work on the other side looks like I do that and then I'd just wait I just see who comes then sometimes rarely but there are times when someone wants a specific person and they don't show up right away and I'll have to ask forums everybody on the other side communicate somewhat differently some people will come in and they're quiet I can feel their presence and they're usually will quiet when they were physical people to it all have to kind of coax him a little bit get him talking some people will come in and I type then they show me things through images other times they'll you know they have a most the time never very set a gender of what they wanna say sometimes they'll talk about their pouncing or they'll talk about they'll give advice lots of advice sometimes they give no advice and everybody's just really different I kind of never quite know what to expect with them so do you do you hear the voices in your head or or how does that work yeah some yeah I absolutely clear audience yeah absolutely I received well you know I hear it but I know what you know I I I I know what you're saying to me psychic senses tend to be a little bit different than our physical senses like when we think about our sense of flight or our sense of hearing it's very much about it our eyes see her here here thank you census tend to be a little bit more intertwined the one we stayed in her hearing or it could also be an inner knowing you know what I mean you might not actually on it towards you fear speaking right exactly so and I think that six people up sometimes too because it is kind of nasty and all of them can kind of work with each other I know with remote viewing they say you know don't think just let it flow into you take your first thoughts make it happen how do we know our brains aren't tricking us when we're in some kind of psychic state and we're trying to reach somebody and we think we hear a voice how do we know it's not the brain making that up there's a couple there's a couple ways I think that will help to know that one is that there's no there's no energy there in other words you know how when you dream you're not making you're not thinking about making up the drain it's just happening the energy you'll feel the energy working there and they'll be something coming to you and you were just trying to get it you're trying to receive it and not so much you are it's not you know when we think we have linear fought one thought leads to another leads to another leads to another that's how weak the brain works information that comes in more troops thinking which is one of the ways people receive information sometimes is not as linear in other words one thought will come in and then that can ship very quickly to something else that's unexpected so some of the things I tell people to look for is repetitive information that comes in over and over and over it's usually very concise and it's not it's not a linear one thought definitely to another in other words if you're doing remote viewing you might get I hear something or you might get a fight about something and then you get another thought about something else that doesn't seem really necessarily connected and that will lead to something else that you're not understand that you're not like figuring it out you're just okay and then I then I know this and then I know that that kind of thing let's go to the phones Monica's with us in Oregon welcome to the program hi Monica hi there are you guys doing tonight hi yeah so but nervous on this topic but I'm channeling spirit channeling his name is Mason Lauren I've been doing automatic grading in some books and things like that with them and it actually mentoring me and helping me out this that and the other and what not haven't very I haven't told anyone just one person not this gentleman yes he is somewhat as attachment whatever I think probably the main thing and he's he's he's born in in nineteen sixty one so as channeled and will gonna we in nineteen ninety three pro the main issue at hand with this gentleman is how he could tell his mom in southern England that he's okay he's not trying an American girl whatever that kind of thing and like I say and it's a little bit nervous because I haven't told anybody end up before what advice your sherry what I did not understand what did you mean by he's an attachment what did you want I'm sorry I just I don't know did you say that he was an attachment that he was a tad home I don't know not necessarily okay okay one of the things that I I I tell people to do in situations like that is a couple things one I would put it out there too not just his energy but to a higher force of energy that if if his mother it's meant no there if there is a wave that you know that there that that that that is the intent here with his connection to you is to let his mother now if that's part of being a big part of that then you're going to have to release that let that go in let it come to you in another form I know that doesn't make sense to you I get that because it seems completely impractical but I I I would just ask you to play without a little bit and try that let me ask you this with him did she what kind of information is he giving you is it primarily about him yeah I've been asking a lot of questions here like about jury and things like that this is not an round primarily like where it came from you know like where is raised his grandparents and stuff like that does he tell you Monica yeah yes for the forthcoming with that then yes very ours are some of them sherry tricksters do they live that's what I'm I'm kind of I I mean I I don't want it first of all yeah right let me ask you some questions how do you feel your wife has gotten better since you connected with him does it feel more full or more and yeah Tom is in power and complete sells sells great well so that's a good when you're sleeping pills there's no prize is being made this being this seems more pragmatic straight to the point just like let's go let's go in what way let me just eight Mike Wallace go on topic okay I I would kinda thin and the topic being more about him your questions to him yes okay I if I were you if it was named one of the things I would do would be to ask and to put it out there to him what his where he is to begin with do you know that you know what does he feel he is in the light does he feel that do you have a sense of them all where he is what yeah that problem yeah I thank you from he's here meaning on the physical energy more yes okay I suspect captain because it's life thought cut short you want to remain here on the planet because there's more things to do here now okay you know I'll be honest with you his highest good right now is to move on and I know that might feel sad to you but what for him it is right hi it's good yeah his highest good and he probably will feel sad about that but if he wants to be connecting with you and that's why he's gonna start drawing energy from you and it's going to become a little bit not good for him and maybe not for you to I don't think he's one never went bad I don't think he has evil intent I don't think he's here to harm you I don't feel any of that I just feel like you want like what exactly what you said if he wants to be here and he wants to connect with his family and he really needs to go to a higher level in order to feel that kind of peace right now and to kind of move on with his soul journey and I feel like you have a kia I think you have a wonderful guest and I think you can use that in other ways with him but I really feel like maybe what can come from this for you is for you to realize you have a gift and that you can help others and that you can connect and communicate with others but maybe it would be a good idea to help and to send him I don't know what your beliefs are surrounding the other side so I I don't want advice you something that you might not have a belief system about but I would suggest that you weren't talk to him about that at least talk to him about there's a higher level he can go to and he will be with other family he will find P. he will feel and understand his journey better and why he had to leave why he did leave and that there's something positive for him and not and he need completion and and I would around him without light and that awareness and go from there that you know one of my books you are a medium I talk about in the third section ways that you can deal and work with souls that are kind of exactly what's going on here and it's a loving process you can go through with him to help him but I I really think that your part of this is coming to you for to realize your guests may be in helping others in this way because you seem very compassionate very loving very gifted and you can you can do this with others too but I think your work with him and how it's been going it is probably going to need to transition to another level okay thank you Monica for the call appreciate it next up a niece in Florida I saw a niece of our live show just a few days ago and these are hope you like the program I didn't like it we love them and out of both loves and she wants to tell me the value that you give me a big hug and a kiss as well as the as well thank you.

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"dillard" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"dillard" Discussed on KTOK

"Back Shuri Dillard with us we'll get your calls this hour as well sure you give us an example when you are in this kind of meditative state to reach the other side how do you do this tell me about your meta meditation process or or what you do well it's become a little second nature to me because I've done it so much I I always say a short prayer before I connect with the other side okay in part because I am aware of dark energy and I don't want that to intrude and confuse the session or two you know anyway I start with that I won't work with the other I won't work on the other side left side I do that and then I'd just wait I just see who comes and sometimes rarely but there are times when someone wants a specific person and they don't show up right away and I'll have to ask for everybody on the other side communicate somewhat differently some people will come in and they're quiet I can feel their presence and they're usually will quiet when they were physical people to it'll have to kind of coax them a little bit get him talking some people will come in and I then they show me things through images other times they'll you know they have a most the time never very sent a gender of what they want to say sometimes they'll talk about their passing or they'll talk about they'll give advice lots of advice sometimes they give no advice and everybody's just really different I counted never quite know what to expect with them what do you do you hear the voices in your head or or how does that work yeah some yeah I absolutely clear audience yeah absolutely I received well you know I hear it but I know what you know I I I I know what you're saying to me psychic senses tend to be a little bit different than our physical senses like when we think about our sent the fight or artists appearing it's very much about it by our eyes see her here here thank you census tend to be a little bit more intertwined so when we say in our hearing or it could also be an inner knowing you know what I mean you might not actually on it towards you feel it speaking right exactly so and I think that six people up sometimes too because it is kind of Nash Dan all of them can kind of work with each other I know with remote viewing they say you know don't think just let it flow into you take your first thoughts make it happen how do we know our brains aren't tricking us when we're in some kind of psychic state and we're trying to reach somebody and we think we hear a voice how do we know what's not the brain making that up there's a couple there's a couple ways I think that will help to know that one is that there's no there's no energy there in other words you know how when you dream here not make you're not thinking about making up the drain it's just happening the energy you'll feel the energy working there and they'll be something coming to you and you were just trying to get it you're trying to receive it and not so much you are it's not you know when we think we have linear fought one thought leads to another leads to another leads to another that's how we the brain works information that comes in more troops thinking which is one of the ways people receive information sometimes is not as linear in other words one thought will come in and then that can ship very quickly to something else that's unexpected so some of the things I tell people to look for is repetitive information that comes in over and over and over it's usually very concise and it's not it's nonlinear one but definitely to another in other words if you're doing remote viewing you might get I hear something or you might get a thought about something and then you get another thought about something else that doesn't seem really necessarily connected and that will lead to something else that you're not understand that you're not like figuring it out you're just okay and then I then I know this and then I know that that kind of thing let's go to the phones Monica's with us in Oregon welcome to the program hi Monica hi there are you guys doing tonight hi yeah so but nervous on this topic right I'm channeling spirit channeling his name is Mason Lauren I've been doing automatic writing in some books and things like that with them and actually mentoring me and helping me out this that the other and what not haven't I very I haven't told anyone just one person not this gentleman yes he is someone as attachment and whatever I think probably the main thing I'm yes he's is born and on nineteen sixty one so channeled and well gonna we in nineteen ninety three probably the main issue at hand with this gentleman is how we could tell his mom in southern England but he's okay he's not trying an American girl whatever that kind of thing and like I see him it's a little bit nervous because I haven't told anybody end up our before what advice your sherry what I did not understand what did you mean by he's an attachment what did you want I'm sorry I just I don't know did you say that he was an attachment that he was a tad home I don't know not terribly okay okay one of the things that I I I tell people to do in situations like that is a couple things one I would put it out there too not just his energy but to a higher force of energy that is if his mother it's meant no there if there is a way that you know that that that that that that is the intent here with his connections you with to let his mother now if that's part of being a big part of that then you're going to have to release that let that go in let it come to you in another form I know that doesn't make sense to you I get that because it seemed completely impractical but I I I would just ask you to play without a little bit and try that let me ask you this with him did she what kind of information is still giving you with it primarily about him yeah I've been asking a lot of questions in here like about jury and things like that in round primarily like where it came from you know like where Usery's his grandparents and stuff like that does he tell you Monica yeah yes for the forthcoming with that then yes very ours are some of them sherry tricksters do they lie I'm kind of I I mean I I don't want to yeah right let me ask you some questions how do you feel if you feel your life has gotten better since you connected with him does that feel more or more yeah hi and power and complete ourselves it sounds great so so that's a good when you're sleeping pills there's no prize is being made this being this seems more pragmatic straight to the point just like let's go let's go in what way let me just ate my wallet go on topic okay I'll I would kinda thin and the topic being more about him your questions to him yes okay I if I were you if it was named one of the things I would do would be to ask and put it out there to him what is we're here to begin with do you know that you know what does he feel his in the light does he feel that do you have a sense of that hall where he is what yeah I'm a prop yeah I thank you from he's here meaning on the physical energy more yes okay I suspect what happened because it's life thought cut short he wanted to remain here on the planet because there's more things to do here now okay you know I'll be honest with you his highest good right now is to move on and I know that might feel sad to you but but for him it is right hi it's good yeah his highest good and he probably will feel sad about that but if he wants to be connecting with you and that's why he's gonna start drawing energy from you and it's going to become a little bit not good for him and maybe not for you to I don't think you can never went bad I don't think he has evil intent I don't think he's here to harm you I don't feel any of that I just feel like you want like what exactly what you said if he wants to be here and he wants to connect with his family and he really needs to go to a higher level in order to feel that kind of peace right now and to kind of move on with his soul journey and I feel like you have a kia I think you have a wonderful guest and I think you can use that in other ways with him but I really feel like making what can come from this for you is for you to realize you have a gift and that you can help others and that you can connect and communicate with others but maybe it would be a good idea to help and to send him I don't know what your beliefs are surrounding the other side so I I don't want advice you something that you might not have a belief system about but I would suggest that you would talk to him about that at least talk to him about there's a higher level he can go to and he will be with other family he will find P. Neil and understand his journey better and why he had to leave why he did leave and that there's something positive for him and knocked and he need completion and and I would on him with that light in that awareness and go from there that you know one of my books you are a medium I talk about in the third section ways that you can deal and work with souls that are kind of exactly what's going on here and it's a loving profits you can go through with him to help him but I I really think that your part of this is coming to you for to realize your gift may be in helping others in this way because you seem very compassionate very loving very gifted and you can you can do this with others too but I think your work with him and how it's been going is is probably going to need to transition to another level okay thank you Monica for the call appreciate it next up a niece in Florida I saw a niece of our live show just a few days ago and he's I hope you like the program I didn't like it we love them enough of both loved and she wants to tell me the value that you give me a big hug and a kiss as well as the as well thank you guys so much you guys have that thing and.

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Two-thirds of American employees regret their college degrees

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Two-thirds of American employees regret their college degrees

"While Americans of largely believe that a college degree is the key to success for the last forty years new research has shown that many Americans are no longer satisfied with the life that a four year college degree has allowed them to live for many going to college is a dream while others say it turned into a financial nightmare according to a new survey by pay scale roughly two thirds of Americans reported having regrets about their college degrees primary reasons are cost and cost of major the cost people work for twenty seven percent were were unhappy because of that and choice of major about twelve percent and it wasn't on and usually they wouldn't hard to understand the people that had the most probably the choice of major ones that we're not necessarily getting makers that that we're going to be very lucrative that's education expert David Dillard he says the survey also found a large number of Americans age sixty two and older are using their monthly social security checks to pay off an estimated eighty six billion dollars in outstanding student loan debt but they still owe the

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Donald Trump committed to 'phenomenal trade deal' with UK

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Donald Trump committed to 'phenomenal trade deal' with UK

"President Trump says the United States is committed to a phenomenal trade deal with Britain as it prepares to leave the European Union. Prime Minister Theresa may has been dogged by her failure to achieve Brexit, and his stepping down this week as editor conservative party, but will remain as prime minister and Dillard successor as chosen an news conference with may in London today, Trump restated his desire for a UK trade deal saying there is tremendous

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Man bought $540 in cookies so Girl Scouts could escape the cold

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00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Man bought $540 in cookies so Girl Scouts could escape the cold

"That caused a mystery man is being hailed as a hero for buying all the cookies some girl scouts had for sale saying he did it. So they wouldn't have to stand outside of the cold anymore. South Carolina, mother Kayla. Dillard said on Facebook that the man paid five hundred forty dollars in cash for all the girls cookies so that they could get out of the cold outside of a store near Greenville, South Carolina, w y f TV reports that the man posed for a picture with two girl scouts after. Buying their cookies last week. But no one got his name Dillard said she's still hasn't been able to

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Katy Perry, and Perry's brand, respond to shoe collection being likened to 'blackface'

Gary and Shannon

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Katy Perry, and Perry's brand, respond to shoe collection being likened to 'blackface'

"Oh, I wanted to mention this Katy Perry thing. So you just in terms of the shadow of it's probably not the right word in the wake of governor Ralph north and his black face scandal. Katy Perry is now involved. The singer Katy Perry. Katy Perry has a shoe line called Katy Perry collections. I don't have any of them in my closet. Do you know? Okay. Because they're ugly. Oh, and one of them looks like it's black face. Yes. But there. I mean, we've learned over time that it's not just people that can be racist sweaters. It's shoes. It's robots. It's anybody anything, and this is a little I think a little bit different because there are multiple colors of this. I mean, it's obviously just one very ugly design, we're just a flat shoe with a face on it. But and there's beige ones, and there's black ones and the black ones are the ones that have an appearance of being shoes that are in black face. Okay. Is it? I mean is it black face? Or is it just a black shoe that has really unfortunately colored? Features on it. Beige, the noses gold. I think specifically, but it's blue is super red lips. Oh, and the strappy ones. This one is what kills me. I'm not a big strappy foot item. But the strap in the back, but it doesn't make any sense. I mean, she has apologized. She said she was saddened by this use assured that the designs were never intended to cause offence. She's going to go on a worldwide listening tour. She rose going gonna play and she's just going to listen, she said the rue and the aura, I suppose that's the name of the shoes were part of a collection that was envisioned as a nod to modern art and surrealism I could I could actually see that they're still ugly as hell, but she says I was saddened when it was brought to my attention that it was being compared to painful images reminiscent of black face. Our intention was never to inflict any pain. We've media removed them from Katy Perry collections. So when you're at the walmarts or the Dillard's, I think they will not be on the shoe shelves anymore. I think that a lot of these clothing companies now need to hire somebody who can watch out for this stuff, which is run by a focus group. Just somebody just like have checks and balances system, and even if you don't if you show the pictures of those shoes and no one at the table goes. Oh my God. But somebody goes, hey, you know, that that might be taken the wrong way. That's when you go. Oh, we can just. Crap that we've got other designs. Anyway, we made I don't think that Katy Perry's hurting over it. No. I naturally, I don't think her shoe line is what's giving her the most money. You know, where you will not be finding Katy Perry shoes said burning man. Mailing has

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JC Penney, Dillard And MS discussed on  The Kristen Hagopian Show

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

JC Penney, Dillard And MS discussed on The Kristen Hagopian Show

"The expectations. JC Penney reported a loss of one hundred fifty one million dollars after a lost one hundred twenty five million dollars last year. Dillard's inc. Shares sliding eight percent after the company MS property estimates for its latest quarter of the department store chain said it had a net income of seven point four million dollars in his physical third quarter through November third down from fourteen point five million dollars a year

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