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Dosunmu's return powers No. 4 Illinois over No. 7 Ohio State

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 hr ago

Dosunmu's return powers No. 4 Illinois over No. 7 Ohio State

"I would assume a return from a three game absence to score nineteen points to lead fourth ranked Illinois to a seventy three sixty eight victory over number seven Ohio state December was playing for the first time since suffering a concussion and facial injuries during a loss against Michigan state I can not be lost on the game out trying to pick my spots see where I can where I was going to be able to be successful out there I was a little bit ourselves an aggressive but it's it is cool we got the win but probably after that if they pull up the first pull up are you I'm great Crivella also had nineteen points for the Illini Ohio state had trouble making shots down the stretch missing on its last ten attempts E. J. Lovell with high man for the Buckeyes with nineteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Detroit mayor rejects initial J&J vaccine shipment, saying Pfizer and Moderna are 'the best'

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:45 sec | 8 hrs ago

Detroit mayor rejects initial J&J vaccine shipment, saying Pfizer and Moderna are 'the best'

"The mayor of detroit is changed his mind about whether one cavities covid. Nineteen vaccine will be distributed in the city. Fox's lisa brady after turning down and initial supply. The johnson and johnson vaccine detroit. Mayor mike dugan appeared to suggest it wasn't as good as the pfizer moderna. Vaccines they all are safe are effective. They prevent severe disease and death. White house spokeswoman. Jen psaki says everyone should take whichever vaccine they have access to. The white house team had been in touch with the mayor who released a statement. Declaring confidence in the johnson and johnson vaccine insane. They look forward to receiving it. Health officials say in trials. All three vaccines prevented one hundred percent of hospitalizations that a difference in the efficacy percentage is misleading. Because it's one shot. Instead of

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Multiple cracks found in engine that caught fire on United Airlines flight over Denver

Underwriters Corner

00:47 sec | 9 hrs ago

Multiple cracks found in engine that caught fire on United Airlines flight over Denver

"Into United Airlines jet engine that failed last month. We get a closer look at that inspection from correspondent Mike Rossi. The National Transportation Safety Board says multiple cracks were found in a microscopic examination of the engine that failed and came apart in mid air on a United Airlines flight out of Denver last month. The NTSB says multiple fatigue, fracture origins and multiple secondary cracks were found. The investigation is ongoing. United Flight 3 28, bound for Hawaii had just taken off from Denver when a loud bang was captured on the cockpit voice recorder as pilots increased power. The brief from the engine and its housing rained down on suburban neighborhoods. The Boeing 777 returned safely to Denver and no one on the flight or on the ground was hurt. I'm Mike Rossio.

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NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 9 hrs ago

NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

"Mars rover has hit the road on the red planet so far so good for the perseverence rover planet nasr's newest mars rover logging. Twenty one feet on it so dominant in a test. Drive this past thursday. Two weeks after settling down on the red planet signs of past life they're overtaking thirty three minutes to move thirteen feet forward followed by a hundred fifty degree left. Turn and then backing up eight feet up next after more. Testing perseverance will drop so-called protective belly pan and then releasing experimental helicopter named ingenuity by late.

Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 9 hrs ago

Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

"Is on the second day of his momentous four day visit to Iraq, Iraqi security forces are deploying about 10,000 personnel to protect him. The pope is visiting the ancient city of Oran, Iraq today for an interfaith meeting in the traditional birthplace of Abraham, CBS news correspondent Chris Lifts A is traveling with the pope. Ancient city of war is said to be the birthplace of Abraham of the Old Testament. Today. It's the scene of a historic meeting with Pope Francis and members of three world religions that all call him their patriarch. Most TV dad is to me smooth hostility, extremism and violence are not born of a religious heart, he said. Their betrayals of religion there, The man they're overcoming such betrayals is a key theme of Francis's visit to Iraq. First of any pontiff as he witnesses the country's minority Christian community among the oldest on Earth dwindle amid decades of sectarian unrest. The pope also visiting a Baghdad church, where extremist gun down worshippers back in October of 2010

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Indian farmers mark 100th day of protests with road blockade

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 hrs ago

Indian farmers mark 100th day of protests with road blockade

"Thousands of Indian farmers have booked an expressway on the edges of New Delhi to mark the one hundredth day of protests against agricultural laws that they say will devastate their income Mr them tractors and waved colorful flags while the leaders chanted slogans viral mount speaker took the make shift stage thousands of them have hunted down outside new Delhi's forty since November to voice their anger against three laws passed last year from his feet at the Loews signal the government is moving away from a system in which most farmers sell to government sanctioned marketplaces where they receive guaranteed prices they worry that will leave them at the mercy of big corporations that will have no legal obligation to pay then the guaranteed price anymore I'm Sarah Bassett

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Sisolak marks one year since COVID-19 1st detected in Nevada

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 hrs ago

Sisolak marks one year since COVID-19 1st detected in Nevada

"I'm Julie Walker Nevada is criticizing Texas in telling tourists to forget Florida instead come there because of covert protocols they deem much safer unification with my family the people that I love the most I'm gonna go right through the state the state governor Steve Sisolak also state the gold standard for hospitality and tourism event will be the safest place they have a convention or to come and visit you says that's because a protocol to reviewing work best in Texas or Florida yeah we're when when you come here social access you know shutting down casinos at the start hurt but in the end it also prevented even more deaths you can bring to the company that you cannot bring somebody back if they pass the bottle lost five thousand and twenty two the corona virus as of Friday I'm Julie Walker

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Building Superintendent Killed In New York City Elevator Accident

Ric Edelman

00:29 sec | 10 hrs ago

Building Superintendent Killed In New York City Elevator Accident

"Worker was crushed by an elevator. The worker was trying to retrieve a tenant cellphone Friday afternoon after the phone apparently had fallen down the shaft, police say, 64 year old assistant superintendent, Kenneth Lessee, and the tenant went to the basement. But when the elevator was called to another floor less, he was caught between the moving hoist ropes and the device around which the ropes move. Yes, He was rushed to the hospital but couldn't be saved. Fox says Christie Mae. Oh, no matter what you do. Those unwanted phone calls seem

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Tensions roil royal family ahead of Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Harry

Ric Edelman

00:47 sec | 11 hrs ago

Tensions roil royal family ahead of Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Harry

"With Oprah Winfrey with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle says she was not allowed to speak for herself while a member of the royal family He begins his MTs tie up, explains Megan's Jaw dropping response has sparked a media frenzy and set alarm bells ringing among royal circles. You can only imagine how that's going to go down in palace circles. Not well at all. They will. I'm sure be retaliations and push back on that, according to Meghan, this is what retaliation books like just days after the couple's interview was announced. Buckingham Palace made its own announcement, saying it was opening an investigation into claims from back in 2018 that Meghan bullied royal staff allegations that Duchess is calling the quote latest attack on her character. 40

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Myanmar protesters string up women's clothes for protection

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:39 sec | 11 hrs ago

Myanmar protesters string up women's clothes for protection

"After the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public, and her attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Long jaw. He joins us

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Tensions roil royal family ahead of Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Harry

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 13 hrs ago

Tensions roil royal family ahead of Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Harry

"The U. K for the U. S. Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle are sitting down for a no holds barred interview with Oprah Winfrey discussing their decision to give up the royal duties here. CBS is Daniel Pakis. Some royal watchers are questioning the timing Here is 99 year old grandfather, Prince Philip has been hospitalized for nearly three weeks and just underwent a heart procedure. On Wednesday. The palace said it was launching an investigation after a newspaper report said former aides. Used Meghan of bullying. During the interview, Harry spoke frankly about his concerns for his family, citing parallels to his late mother, Princess Diana's life. I'm just really relieved and happy to be sitting here. Talking to you with my wife by my side because I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for her going through this process by herself. The interview airs tomorrow night on CBS. In New York

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Do NBA Players View Rudy Gobert As a Star-Level Player?

CBS Sports Radio

00:36 sec | 13 hrs ago

Do NBA Players View Rudy Gobert As a Star-Level Player?

"Hey, I need a big man and go bears on the board and he goes with Sabonis. Might give you some insight that NBA players don't really view groovy go bare as a star level player. He's a very good player. But you know, every time he goes head to head with a dominant big man, he gets his lunch like and beat earlier this week and in the playoffs. Sometimes you could be played off the floor because nowadays in the N B a. You need to be able to switch everything when it comes down the money time and even as good as he is As a help. Defender, Um He's just not fleet of foot enough to pick up a guard on the perimeter, at least consistently. Then Donovan

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CDC Creating New Guidelines For People Who Are Fully Vaccinated

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 23 hrs ago

CDC Creating New Guidelines For People Who Are Fully Vaccinated

"Promising there will be enough vaccines for adults by the end of May. Correspondent Skylar Henry reports. The CDC director Rochelle Walensky is announcing new guidelines for those who already have their shots. The director of the CDC says she will soon release long awaited guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated against Cove in 19 making shirt and taking the time to get this right doctor. Wolinsky also urged everyone to double down on prevention measures. Such as mask wearing,

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Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:54 min | 1 d ago

Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill

"Senate. Democratic leaders have reached an agreement over unemployment benefits with moderate democratic senator joe manchin ending a nine hour. Standoff threatened to derail action on president biden's covert relief bill. The agreement would extend the existing three hundred dollar weekly unemployment benefit through september the sixth and it offers tax forgiveness and to ten thousand two hundred dollars in unemployment benefits for those who make less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year in a statement released tonight. Senator manchin said we have reached a compromise that enables the economy to rebound quickly while also protecting those receiving unemployment benefits from being hit with unexpected tax bills. Next year joining us. Now on this breaking news democratic. Senator tim kaine of virginia he is a member of the senate budget committee. And the senate armed services committee senator. Kaine good to see you this evening on one hand. I'm not quite sure what what was happening. In the senate for nine hours on the other hand we have crossed an important hurdle at this point and are moving toward the passage of this bill. Tell me what is going on malley. You're right. I mean we've got fifty democratic senators and we need every one of their votes to get this bill which will do so much good for americans to president by his desk. Senator manchin hannah concern about the way the unemployment insurance benefits were structured. And he stuck to his guns and that concern was not my concern. I i really liked the bill as it came over from the house. I think we made it. Stronger of senator manchin needed some additional adjustments to get there. But now we're there and we're gonna rocket four and they're going to be dozens. Maybe hundreds of amendments that republicans will offer tonight and tomorrow but democrats. We have linked arms with president biden said. The american public needs this relief and they needed soon. And we're gonna stay at our desks and tell sometime over the weekend. We send this bill back to a house for a quick vote so the president by to get it next week four unexpected. It's obvious why so. Many americans support this bill. It's not actually a partisan thing it's money that people need in their pockets. It is overwhelmingly popular amongst americans. It is even supported by the majority of republican voters. What's going on. what's what's the reason for. Fifty republicans not voting in favor of this and by the way. No republicans voted in favor of it in the house alley. My my gut is this. I think they've made a strategic decision and remember just replay. The tape back to the beginning of the obama biden administration. They just sort of decided no matter what. The new president offers to rescue the american economy. We're going to be against it. I will say this. This is a bill. That is just chock full of of provisions that republicans have offered in past years. It's chock full of provisions that are desired by republican governors. And mayors as you point out it's full of provisions that are popular republican voters and when it's implemented it's gonna do enormous good for republicans and independents and democrats so they made a strategic decision. That and i can't put myself in their shoes about why they don't want to be four but will be able to bring the final bill out and show you. How much bipartisan Agreement there is this bill. The democrats are just riveted upon the fact. We're still ten million jobs down from where we were laying out here. We've lost five hundred thousand people. Were not out of the woods yet. We're not gonna go slow to go fast. Climb out of this crisis.

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Biden's First U.S. Jobs Report Shows Challenges Ahead

C-SPAN Programming

02:03 min | 1 d ago

Biden's First U.S. Jobs Report Shows Challenges Ahead

"Graham spoke, President Joe Biden got an economic briefing from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and other top administration officials. President spoke about the aid bill being considered by the Senate and also the Labor Department's February jobs. Report. 379,000 Jobs added the unemployment rate down a tick to 6.2%. They job report shows that the American rescue plan is urgently needed. In our view, our economy still has 9.5 million fewer jobs had this time last year. At that rate, it would take two years to get us back on track. We have one million fewer educators, one million fewer educators that we did this time last year, we've lost 400,000 small business. This is all those empty storefronts. Aren't you shattered dreams? There are warning lights that's going off the state local budgets better beans stretched because lack of tax revenue and some last month job growth is result of the December relief package without a rescue plan. These games are going to slow. You can't afford one step forward and two steps backward. We need to be Virus provided essential relief and build an inclusive recovered. People need help. Now, unless than two weeks enhanced unemployment benefits will begin to expire for 11 million people. At least seven million kids don't have enough food to eat regular basis. 13 million people are behind in the rent on the rescue plan is absolutely essential for turning this around. Getting kids back to school, safely getting old. Lifeline, a small business and getting the upper hand. I'm covert 19. That's we're gonna be talking about now. So I thank you all for coming on in. Thank you.

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Woman Shot in Leg During Robbery at Los Angeles County Restaurant

John and Ken on Demand

02:08 min | 1 d ago

Woman Shot in Leg During Robbery at Los Angeles County Restaurant

"Right now we have a chance to speak to a man named shy shy ellison he was the guy who had the expensive watch stolen from him at gunpoint in beverly hills yesterday style. The restaurant and there was a three got into it with the thieves. They were three thieves. One gun There was a struggle gun. Went off Grazed a woman's leg shot to be taken to the hospital. Let's get reason. He was the owner of the watch. You try to fight off the robbers. Welcome to the john. And ken show i. How are you. We're probably a better place than you are right now. What explain what happened. I was eating lunch with a client of mine and offend uh right next to the jewelry store that i own on cannon drive at l. taio and we just ordered a drink and These three young guys probably in their twenties wearing hoodies were walking out of bounds. Some on cannon told me and it's always our table and one of them grabbed me from behind while sitting at the taylor Joking me and putting it onto my head the other two were holding my arm and trying to take the watch of my wrist and When i had a chance while they were doing it. I grabbed the gun with both hands and struggled with them to the ground in during the struggle. Couple of bullets went off. 'cause the guy's finger on the trigger that lady that was sitting few tables down got Grazed by one of the bullets. We kept on fighting on the ground. One of the guys The rodney ren with the with the watch was fighting with the other two. I ended up getting the gun. The gun was in my hand and to started running on foot. One of them might have gotten shot in the altercation But i ended up with a gun and police game to curb gun and the rest of the store you know.

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LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 d ago

LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 d ago

Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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TechStuff

03:42 min | Last month

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"The doj's wire fraud and false statement. Charges brought with them a maximum sentence of thirty years in prison. Each and remember there were four of those charges. Plus a million dollar fine. The money laundering charges could result in another sense of up to ten years and a fine twice the amount of money laundered. He were convicted. Now the latest. I've seen about rothenberg dates to the summer of twenty twenty. The trial had not yet taken place. Then i suspect the trial has still not taken place. I didn't dig deep enough down onto the court system to find out when the prospective trial is going to take place and our final injury is a fake venture capital firm that has been used to steal money from investors twice. So let's talk about the first time around. An mit graduate named albert k. Hugh founded a group of four management companies. Which the sec. So you know the story is not gonna go well if the sec is involved. The sec collectively refers to as the a sink. Kwa managers the general name. I see us most of the time to refer to. Who's scam is. What ventures who positioned the company as a group of hedge funds that would invest in various start ups and give out huge dividends as a result. Who convinced a small group of investors to put about five million dollars into the company and two thousand five. Who said that due to some weird tax and privacy reasons. He needed to relocate his company to singapore which is not a great sign and investigation into who revealed that the money wasn't going into hedge funds like he had claimed but that who had been misappropriating fund assets rather than investing the money as promised. That's a direct quote from an sec. Filing now essentially he was claiming that investors were going to see these high returns and instead he was pocketing the money and it kind of sounds like he was about to pursue a ponzi scheme. Only he didn't follow up with subsequent rounds of investments. He just kept all the money. Investors eventually started asking for their money back and who made himself increasingly scarce refusing to answer demands. He was essentially in hiding in hong kong when he was arrested and then extradited to stand trial in the united states who was indicted and tried on seven charges of wire fraud and he was found guilty on all seven charges. Who received a sentence of twelve years in prison on june twentieth twenty twelve. He would serve several years in a minimum security prison. He was however released in two thousand nineteen however in the meantime between when hugh was sent to prison in two thousand twelve and when he got out in twenty nineteen something really strange happened in twenty sixteen a single ventures returned. Who was not mentioned at all which really isn't surprising. And he certainly couldn't have been directly involved. He was in prison and he didn't have any access to the internet. He could send emails to a previously approved list of recipients and they had to agree to accept email from someone who was in prison but that was the extent of it. He couldn't do any other internet activities however the company claimed to be a venture capital firm all the same with a northern california office address the new a sink what ventures included two businesses. One that would supposedly invest money into quote middle market opportunities in quote and.

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05:13 min | Last month

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"To making transactions and that attracted a lot of investors and that brings us to the company's founder so the founder of macedo was a guy named michael liberty whose name is pretty fitting as we're gonna say. He first established the company in two thousand seven in dallas texas the fact that zito traces history to two thousand seven is already pretty impressive. Because that's the same year. That apple launched the iphone so it was a pretty visionary move. Liberty was able to get a lot of investors for his company raising money in multiple rounds of investment funding the company relocated from dallas to austin texas in two thousand twelve and by two thousand seventeen liberty himself would step down from the company and relocate to florida essentially. He had grown the business. He was not leading it he was he had founded it but he had other executives in charge of running the thing and he said all right. My work here is done and stepped away. Went to florida. However investigators with these securities and exchange commission or sec. Were interested in some of those investments. That were supposed to be going to masato. Because the numbers didn't seem to add up and the investigation indicated that mr liberty had taken the liberty of moving some of that cash around so that would ultimately feel his own pockets rather than go to funding the company with most of the shenanigans taking place between twenty ten and twenty seventeen. There were signs of a shell. Companies all designed to obfuscate where the money was going. There was a practice of money laundering. Which is when you mix illegally obtained cash with cash from legitimate businesses in an effort to hide the fact that you've got filthy lucre on your hands. Ultimately liberty was charged with fraud with prosecutors saying he had stolen more than fifty million dollars to fund his own millionaire lifestyle complete with mansions and private jets. He also served a prison sentence for a different infraction. He pled guilty to charges that he had violated campaign finance law in two thousand eleven and was sentenced to four months in prison and a fine for one hundred thousand dollars in two thousand seventeen and there were other. Sec investigations into his activities. Beyond the ones. I just described now. The company moz zito wasn't included. In these charges it appeared as though everything at the company was pretty legit but there was a lot of turnover in the executive suite of leadership which probably didn't look too good to investors in twenty fourteen. Scott sandelin step down as the ceo and for more than a year. Mike love served as interim ceo so in other words. This company went for more than a year without a permanent ceo. In fact it was thirteen months before the company had a new official. Ceo todd bradley. But then bradley quit in twenty seventeen along with chief financial officer scot ellison though forbes reported that mosquitoes website kept both of those listed on there executive leadership website page. You know for a few months afterward which seems more than a bit sauce..

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"downs" Discussed on TechStuff

"Because you know how much it's going to grow in the future. When steve jobs comes back it helped the most investors had little if any understanding about the technology involved in blood analysis. That's something that you'll remember is a red flag when it comes to stuff like ponzi schemes. In this case theranos wasn't so much a ponzi scheme as it was a company centered around an idea that was just not really realistic. More knowledgeable experts in the area of blood analysis had warned that homes his goal was unattainable. That the technology just you know. It's not there to do something as comprehensive as what homes had in mind but the investments just kept pouring in and if it had just failed the company had just ultimately had to say you know what we tried didn't work. We're sorry our story would really just be about how a lot of people got excited about an idea. But the idea just didn't pan out but of course it gets worse and that's because over at their house there were a lot of shady things going on there. Were teams legitimately trying to get the technology to work. But in the meantime the company was playing a a kind of a shell game with investors and vip's so according to reports when such a person came in for a tour of the facility. They would get their finger pricked and submit a tiny blood sample in this little bitty capsule and that would be fed into a theranos machine but the analysis would take a couple of hours so instead of just you know waiting around the vip would go on a tour. Maybe they'd grab lunch with fairness executives or something. Meanwhile other staff would rush and retrieve the blood sample from the theranos device diluted and then submit that diluted sample to a traditional blood analysis machine that had been bought from an established company in other words they were relying on devices that were not built by theranos to do the actual analysis then they would rush the completed analysis back to the meeting room and then the team would behave as if the theranos device had done all the work the entire time it was a particularly flashy version of the old turkey. Automaton chess player. You know the thing you're looking at is not the actual thing that's doing..

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"downs" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"downs" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"Towns. And getting to our favorite rates from the past weekend speaking facetiously, of course, this was once again, the finest debut of American turf racing as we talked about with the sword dancer a couple of weeks ago American turf racing at its finest or clothes grizzled veteran. You know just an example. Eric and I were talking about this before that Europeans are going to have to come over to save us from having this in the Breeders Cup but no disrespect to the horses but this is just kind of been. Running the same in the same. Rut and these horses beating up on each other and no one really being able to be consistent. Arcola hadn't really had the best of luck. This year didn't really look like. He would get a win in a race of a caliber like this. You know the Louisville at Churchill downs was definitely something and I was really discouraged by if he couldn't beat a field like that. Then you know at that point, I didn't think he would win a stakes race remainder of the year. Obviously things are changed but does Zulu Alpha who you know there were some high hopes for him coming into this year and even into this race, you know he did get beat. In the stake at a Gulfstream, the Panamerican but came back ran a good race and the elk but got beat on the spot here at Kentucky downs and you know this is just been the story of American turf racing the entire year. No one has been able to be consistent. I'm not confident in any horse. Turfs or excuse me going distance on the turf distance of a mile and a half. So Europeans are probably any Europeans who are GONNA come over a probably really happy to see the inconsistency of this because they're going to be a really I don't WanNa say tough to beat. But for lack of a better term, really tough to beat on Breeders Cup weekend. Certainly.

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"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Harvest it and truly grow and become the person and your life can become the life that you've always wanted to see them and so many people forget their potential and so many people don't have their potential acknowledge and don't have their potential validated. And so you as the individual have to acknowledge your potential home because even if you don't feel like you're good at anything, even if you're not good at school, you're not good at either you can't find one thing you're good at there is one thing for you that you are good at because you home The potential to do anything you put your mind to and sometimes you have to look outside of yourself to find it. You mentioned your support system and how valuable they were to you and being able to just take that step every day all day in a forward-moving motion. And sometimes you just have to stop and listen what do they say, you're good at because you may not think so, but if other people do there is some validity in that as well and that's what she grabbed ahold of and just moving full-steam ahead hundred percent take the take the compliment. That's something I learned to do. If someone's like your hair looks good. Don't don't be like, oh God. I just happened to do it now. No, no take the compliment you like. Thank you. Thank you for noticing my hair today. I know it looks good. Because even though my son cocky or it might sound weird, but by taking the compliment by listening to those around you and surrounding yourself with individuals who feed you and healthy ways and give you that energy and give you that song. Nation to know your potential you can become a whole new person and two in my story here I graduated in 2019 and when I graduated I didn't know where I was going to go. I'm literally had no clue. I was going to do and listening to my mom shout out to Mom. My mom in law is amazing and I listen to her and I listen to some people here at lfcc and they encouraged me to go Shenandoah University and I got the bill the same week. I was leaving lf-cc Like official official and I got the bill and I was like, there's no way there's no way I'm not going to be able go to Shenandoah like the bill is too expensive. Like, how am I going to make that work? I don't know how to make that work. You weren't taking any of the advice you just gave to everybody and you were in your own head. I was in life ahead and I still had one summer class here and I love cc so Brandy got me a gift. She was my boss at the time here to live c of a t-shirt..

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"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Like my degree and I was like giving her this huge hug cuz like it was just such a moment where I was like, oh em. Gee, I'm on my first graduation stage. Well my first college one and it was just such a young man. There's only a picture you could probably find that picture. If you go to ellipses Facebook page check out the Facebook page give it a like in follow and that picture of me is somewhere on that page and it's just wonderful Choice the confidence level you mentioned that you were nervous when you came on campus. The first day technically was your first day of your job not so much your first day of classes but being so nervous and then just two years later which is not a lot of time you are now in charge of where you're going to go and what you're going to do with the rest of your life and you're not nearly as nervous walking across that stage as you were the first day you walk through the doors down 3% Let me tell you I worked in the advising office and working advising is not always the easiest place to work for study because advising in general like getting through college in general is frustrating. Sometimes and scheduling classes is frustrating and may be failing a class or going to get Dean a place and having to retake it as frustrating and so working in advising and especially as the front desk secretarial jobs. It's difficult. But that experience I had people in the advising office at the time and there are still people who still work there like Taylor Luther and live on the right who are advisors and Joe hours and they're the kind of individuals where they're like, you got this they will look at me and say Sarah girl. Don't worry, you got this and having that kind of support and I was also a part of a wonderful organization here on campus that helps first generation students and so being a part of that program and going and seeing Ashley and them back there..

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"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Was technically like June I start I got graduated on June 6th of 2017 from high school and I started my first class on June 8th, but it wasn't in person it was online. That was my honestly my first day that I remember being here was as a work-study because they actually start fall Works studies in the summer sometimes and so I remember just someone like randomly e-mailing me like do you want to be a work-study for us? And I was like yo, So my first day on ellipses campus was as a work-study in the advising office and I remember being so nervous because you all this was my first like big job like had my own work email and I was so scared. I was like, oh my gosh, but the best part about that day was I just happened to show up on Employee Appreciation Day nice rights, like my first day at work. I was like an employee that was being appreciated. And then from there on like the relationships of my professors were probably the best one Professor that I never actually had in class, which I should have taken a class of hers. But her name is Alphonse. We just call her Alphonse. I don't know if she's a professor or if she's gotten her doctor yet. She was working on it, but I would just see Alphonse like rolling through the hall and I would stop and be like hey boy. Hey and that's just the officers here. Wonderful. I just loved my entire experience here, obviously c and a part of me was like really sad to leave and that's a good sign to I mean if you were gone through your two years or however long your time. Is here that love cc and you hate to leave that's the sign of not only being a part of something that you felt like you were a part of but it's a piece of your growth a hundred percent. And one thing that I loved about lfcc was I transferred in with 30 college credits..

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"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"downs" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"We are having a conversation today with Sarah Downs. She is a 2019 Lord Fairfax Community college graduate. She is currently an administrative associate at Warren Memorial Hospital Sarah. I'm excited to have this conversation with you today because this whole series is going to be about stories and in learning about you a little bit. I've read your blog I mentioned before we started recording and it was so inspiring you were going to be a case study and inspiration determination perseverance. I'm really excited to have a conversation with you today. So you can tell me your story. Thank you so much for having me on today. I'm so excited to be here cuz I always want an opportunity to tell my story. It's so important to do stories because that's how people learn how people explore and that's how people discover what they can be I come from not a wealthy background at all. I come from a single mom household. And when I was growing up, my mother didn't graduate from college my dog. My mother didn't graduate from college and so with a single mom seeing her work to the three jobs. It just really taught me that like I need to go college and they need to do everything. I possibly can to set myself up for Success. Luckily. I was about ten years old when Obama got elected to president and I didn't really care as much about Barack as I did about Michelle. I'm just seeing Michelle Obama and her story and seeing her as like a strong African American woman who was able to go to college even though she came from West Side Chicago. And so that was like a thing for me. I was like, wow if Michelle can do it, I it and plus like we're in the new age of technology and so from the very young age. I got my inspiration from Michelle off to be like, I'm going to go college in 2015. I became a homeless Youth and so my Junior and Senior year of high school. I worked even harder because even though I didn't really have a game. The home and even though I was homeless according to the state, I kept thinking to myself if I work my butt off to get to college to get through college. Then I can hopefully have a future where my children won't ever have to worry about being homeless. So I graduated from high school with a 4.2 GPA and it was a huge feat. I had gotten a bunch of AP credits advanced placement credits and I was doing great and a lot of people were like, well, you should go to a university go to George Mason go to Shenandoah University, like go to a university and that was like the standard protocol for high-achieving 4.2 GPA student, but I personally am mentally was not ready to go to a university. I had a wonderful relationship with my boyfriend now husband and I had wonderful family and wonderful Community here in Front Royal and Middletown in the Winchester area, and I didn't want to, New Jersey I did not want to go to a university. So I made the choice to come live c c and at the time it was looked at as like oh, why would you go to a community college? Why would you go to a community college when you're such a high-achieving students? And the question I kept asking is why not a community college right lf-cc is one of the most affordable options for students..

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"downs" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on Slate's Working

"And the relentless had the chance to do that live on stage. My special guest was margot downs so margot helped to develop the people in culture strategy at three iconic brands. I'm sure you've heard of them. Starbucks Lululemon and stitch fix as chief people and culture officer. She helped a scale stitch fix from fifty people to seven thousand and she did it while retaining culture of authenticity and also while the company made the transition from being private to public. These days Margot advisors early stage companies and coaches entrepreneurs and leaders and human resources. So if you would help me welcome. Margot to the relentless. Thank you so much for being here so when you approach. Coaching and you worked at a company like stitch fix that with scaling so quickly and aggressively hiring. How do you approach coaching in an environment? Like that I think you have no choice but to actually believe in coaching. And why is that? Because I think it's like any business said scaling. You realize really quickly. You can't do it by yourself. And so you're really gonNA have to trust and empower people to actually be coaches and to lead other people which was really the situation that sticks. I think at one time we were hiring one hundred stylus a week in fact when I would be talking to people about the business I would come back and say we have four hundred stylists and they were like last week. You said you had two hundred and I was like I know we now have four hundred so with that you really need to empower other people to be managers into lead into coach to be able to scale the culture and also get the performance that you want so. There's just no way that you can hold that so tightly do it yourself. Yeah and I can imagine as head of people operations. You're doing coaching on a number of level. So you're coaching your team. Then you're coaching the leaders of other departments and then you're teaching them how to coach their teams. So can you talk a little bit about how you go through that process and empower other people to keep it consistent? It was busy. You know one of the things I've learned about. Coaching over time is even though we're talking about coaching at scale it's intimate you know and that's not a word that we often use a lot in business. I think that can make fulfill the like anxious. But it's very relational we're really allowing people to have insight into us and to be vulnerable and so I think what's really important and has to be present is trust so I think you have to really build a trusting relationship with people and have them know that you're standing for them. You know that you really are standing for the best possible outcome and the best person that they can be and I think I experienced that. There are a lot of people when you're scaling. They're managing people for the first time in so issues and challenges that come up with people we all know they come up. People are people even though they're great and people would be very anxious and so being able to guide and coach and be that person for someone else. During those experiences I know for me was really really enriching and built some really great lifelong relationships with people and also being coached by other people during those experiences. What was going to mention that. Because you've really worked with some very charismatic. Ceo's I mean the CEO of starbucks and Lululemon stitch fix all have personalities and. I'm wondering if there's anything you've taken away a little story or something you've taken away that you still using your work today from any of them. I think I would say I mean. They're all incredible. People and I learned a lot from all of them. But I was thinking about Katrina Lake. Who's the CEO of stitch? Fix and Katrina. Is You know as amazing. High-powered dynamic entrepreneur and super direct and stitch fix was really a culture that was about giving and receiving feedback. Because that's actually at the core of the business which is really about receiving feedback on how the closer working for people and so that was really mirrored internally in the culture but Katrina would give me feedback all the time and sometimes it was hard to hear you know even though she delivered in a way that I knew was kind and we had a really trusting relationship but what I learned from her with just being direct and not pulling the punches and I think you can do that in a way with people that is really compassionate and helpful and I knew I grew time just by listening to her and giving her giving me feedback. It seems almost that you say that kind of giving that feedback directly is sometimes even more kind because it's helpful to other people. It's super kind. Not Giving people a stingy worked with a with a really great person at stitch fix that would say if I withhold the feedback. It's really withholding that person's opportunity to be great. Yeah so if I'm thinking something and the worst of it is if I'm thinking something and then I go tell someone else about it which I do and I think we all have those moments because it's awkward in it's uncomfortable but it is so bad official to relationship into performance to really push through that so would there be anything that you would say. I mean very different companies that you would say as a common thread in their culture. That helped them succeed. Wow I mean they're so different which is what has been so great. I think they were all authentically true to themselves so. I don't think that you know Lululemon was trying to be starbucks. Starbucks was not trying to be stitched fixed. I think it's really about what is authentic to you into your brand so for example. Lululemon you think of it being such an aspirational brand. You know it's about high performance and those yoga pants and all those products that we love and the things that we're going to do in them one of the things that would happen internally in the company was that we would actually teach educator so the people that worked in the stores how to set a vision and goal for their life and it was beyond work. It was just. We want you to have and live your best life and so the fact that that was actually happening internally and was very authentic to the brand was really communicated and I think if you've ever been in a Lululemon you're going to have that experience. I've had educators that Lululemon even though I don't work there anymore show me like hey. Here's our goal worksheet. Are you interested in that? So I think it's really interesting and great tab continue to be authentic to who you are because what you're trying to put out there externally to the consumer needs to be reflected in the unique experience inside of the company so if I just WanNa follow up a little bit on that capture of authenticity because I love that and I think sometimes that can seem very distanced and I'm trying to figure out what exactly that means for a company because there are so many real estate leaders sitting in the audience today you know how do they get to. What is authentic for them right? Well I think it is about again knowing your brand known yourself authenticity. A little bit like intimacy can also have another edge to it right because authentic can just be like I'm going to let it fly right and that's not what we're talking about anything. We talked about authenticity again. Being very very true to yourself I think as individuals. It's about knowing your strengths and being able to play to those strengths. I think it allows you to attract the people that are the people for your company and for your culture so if you're putting it out there to say hey. This is what's important to our brand. This is what's important to our consumers that's districts or starbucks who live you're going to attract those people and so you'll have better retention. You'll have a better customer experience and so. I think that that to me is really what's incredible about authenticity and I also think people pretending to be something that they're not is just a distraction. It Kills Innovation. It kills productivity. So let's all just honest about who we are and play to our strengths and find the right places where we can shine. That's a fantastic answer by the way but I wondering you know. We're sitting in a room real estate leaders who are running their own business but we also have podcast listeners. Who are entrepreneurs sales people real estate agents and wondering if you have any just practical small steps? People can take actionable steps to begin to kind of create that culture. They WANNA see. Yeah I think the first thing you have to do and it sounds really basic is no who you WANNA be. And so I think there's often and I work with startups and I work with entrepreneurs and I think there's a lot of time and energy that's put into the actual product so this is X. product or APP. That's going to be the next uber or the next starbucks or the next whatever right and not as much thought that's actually being put into. What's the kind of company that we actually want to be inside? Because it's the inside experienced that delivers the external experience. So I think that that's really important. I think you start by creating like what are your values. What is your vision for the people of Your Company? And what are those key frameworks? I don't think it has to be complicated. But I think you should be very explicit about who you are and who you are not I think that's equally as important. And then I think it's checking to just see to your programs policies all those other things your philosophies really line up against what you want the culture to be but essentially what culture is as you deciding with a group of people how you're gonNA operate families have culture. Sports teams have cultures companies have cultures. And that's really what you're doing is just figuring that out. So what if we have people sitting in here today? Who said I know we have a culture and maybe it's not when they like. So how do you begin the process of changing culture? We're making transition if you're in a culture that you feel or even you're leading a business that you feel isn't quite on the mark. I think that's really courageous. So if you're currently sitting here doing that I applaud you because I think that's a hard thing to look at with something that you've actually built into really look at that and say this is not what. I actually intended to be great. That's step one and then I think it's really again about creating the vision of what do you want it to be. And where have you gone off? Track and really communicating that to yourself and to other people about what it's going to be I often think when people talk about cultural transformations it's actually about getting back to who they really are. Oftentimes I saw that happen at starbucks. I think it was in two thousand and eight. We closed all the stores reopened them in retrain them on the basics of steaming milk and pulling espresso shots because we had gotten away from what essentially made starbucks starbucks and so we decided closest store. And we're going to reopen the next after we taught everybody in reopened the next day with a quality promise and so I think that's what another thing is what I would say to. The person who's feeling like my culture has gone off track. Is it that you need to make a radical change? Were have gotten away from who you really are good question to really great question and so you know how do you begin to measure? I is quantifiable. Is it something that you can really put a measurement against or is it just kind of this theory thing that you can't put your hands around now? It's not. I think that's probably one of the myths about culture? Is I think people think it's soft or it's extra where it's optional and it's it's going to happen whether you actually are intentional. Vote Culture or not you'll have culture and it will be the one you want or it will be something else but I think in terms of measuring their incredible tools that are out there even for small businesses that you can use to measure culture but I think what I would suggest is defining the behaviors. You WanNa see. So what would the behaviors be that you would see when no one was watching? So does somebody refill the coffee pot you know? Does somebody go the extra mile to help a colleague like what are some of those behaviors? That could be maybe four or five things that you really think define what your culture actually looks like when it's living and breathing and then I would find a way to measure those things..

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"downs" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"I'm Amer host Amanda Bible Williams and I'm your host Rachel Meyers guys. This is the last week of our genesis. We're closing out. You know WHO's here with us week. Two of Kelly Minter Winter Manda. This is going to be a great episode. We loved talking with Kelly. We just all as soon as we hit stop when we were recording. We just looked at each other and said this was so encouraging we love talking scripture with this woman. Can't wait for you to hear the second part of our conversation. Let's go Kelly. You have been in this story for how long now story of Joseph Well. I've been teaching on it for or at least a couple of years and then really really in it writing about it the last several months so I don't know exactly but it's a pretty deep dive into genesis. Thirty seven hundred fifty and you have been deep diving into the story of Joseph and writing a cookbook. Yes and they. They don't overlap overlap at all so just in case anybody was wondering how does Joseph Story Overlap with cookbook. They they don't very little and I was having a jump back and forth between you like butternut bisque squash soup kind of thing and what does the word dungeon really mean in. What was Joseph really thrown own into? What kind of was that was that I want to say there was a famine Joseph's story yes and we did have a baker in a cup bearer? There's a little bit. Yes and there was some steam that does happen. There's a there's a table of feasting that we'll get to that we're some restoration and reconciliation creation happened. Yeah okay so yes. And this is a community based cookbook so okay so thank you. You've you've you've really drawn hard. You've created a collection for us. Yes it's it's not the same editor for both. Oh no totally completely different. Yes and just the whole thing was was different but the heart of God which that is in really truly not making light of it there really are moments of food and the importance of food and the famine and the you know lots lots of different things that actually do play a role in this so but that's about it well when we do our beauty goodness and truth moments at the end of each podcast episode nine times out of ten. There's food involved well so to say that they're supposed to the heart of God and nine times as me. Saint mentioning food foodery talking about today today Rachel and is the tenth thing coffee because usually it's yeah fabulous curling irons. You never know okay so where we began here Kelly. Really you've been in the story of Joseph for a long time and I want to talk about it. This is what we're reading as a she reads truth community this week. We started Joseph Joseph Story last week. I just kind of right at the tail end of the week. We read about him being sold into slavery Very much a cliffhanger where he's just like okay I am so you're right thirty seven fifty. I might have said but we're picking up at thirty nine exact and you're right and it is kind of strange because there's really just one chapter on Joseph where he gets the dreams and then he's thrown in the pit and he sold into slavery and then. There's this break with Dante Mar.. And now we pick up back to Joseph and I really think that the top is very very very important because we talked last week about the idea that when it says that Joseph had been taken to Egypt so he left Canaan he had been sold into slavery he's in Pharaoh's Pharaoh's house. There is no possible way that that you can think anything other than God has lost control of Joseph Story or God has taken his hands off. The we'll just verse one of Chapter Thirty Nine. It's hard for anybody to think anything different than because think about Egypt to. This is not just that he was kind of like he got moved over from Saint Louis to Oklahoma City or he goes from the land of promise to a completely foreign land that does not serve the one true got that is full of idolatry. So we're not even in the ballpark of how any of this could be good and yet look what verse tutors reading verse one a reverse one. Okay read now Joseph this is from ESPN now. Joseph had been brought down to Egypt and pot offer officer of Pharaoh the captain of the guard and Egyptian. Who had bought him from from the ISHMAELITES brought him down there? He's really sold twice. He sold wants ishmaelites and then he sold again to Potter House and Yeah. There's there's nothing about this. That seems seems hopeful. And then what does the author tells verse to Sue. The Lord was with Joseph The Lord was with Joseph. Those are going to be the five words that carry this story and that to me I mean even if we stopped right there is so comforting because that means means that somehow the Lord actually traveled with Joseph from Canaan to Egypt that the Lord was present and yet. Isn't it so fascinating that the land of promises promises you guys can't see me my hand land of promises far north but the presence of God is even more more meaningful than the place the place yes. Yeah and so that. So the Lord's with him which is amazing God does make him successful and we see that the author says it twice and I know you. You guys know this as you're studying your Bible but the Lord was with him and then verse three. The Lord was with him that when the author is going to tell us something twice and especially that close here. It's just forget he just said it. He's repeating it because he wants us to sit up in our seats and go a to everything that we think to the the circumstances say everything but this and yet I want you to know very clearly that Jesus or God say. We're not might've Jesus yet that God was with him and it's worth noting there's no but in their here's the situation. It's not God was with Joseph. The parallel is a full statement. Yes this was the dire circumstances period the lord with love the bone of that out there's no little conjunction higher. Yes at the same time right. Yeah and then it goes straight into potter for his wife. Right you know Potter for some of you know pod for his wife and if you don't know where you're about to get to our when you read this this week but then point that out because after that you know oh she tries to seduce him he refuses she sets him up he gets thrown in prison and then verse twenty one but here there is a but sure but the Lord Lorde was with Joseph an extended kindness to him. Isn't it so fascinating that whole section though because look at the ups and downs of Joseph's life he gets the dream oh good okay. Then he's completely betrayed and he sold into slavery but then the Lord was kind to him and he gets up in Pharaoh's house. And then you see oh the his wife and we. We can go really quickly over this and I don't know if you all grew up in Sunday. School is like the flannel graph of like poppers. They'll anti-graft lady came to our elementaries. Yes she grew up in east Tennessee. And she we call the Bible Eighty and she had a flannel graph and she would come to the library and she tells Bible Stories. And this is one of Exco I found Flynn. There's a digital copy of the and so I went back and looked at it with fabulous but we. That's what we have in our mind. Yeah but think about this. He's young the scripture actually tells us that he's really attractive so the author puts us in this. He's completely out there on his own. He's a ton of pain. He's cut off from his beloved father. All of his family members. You cannot think of a more vulnerable person who could be vulnerable to in a fairly early mother has died. His mother has died. There's another great point and think about how he could have justified this well and who knows if potter for was around. We don't know what her situation was. They could have tried to have justified. This if ever was a place where you could justify and yet Joseph says oh no no I cannot not sin against God and then he runs out of the space and I always liked that too because sometimes I think when I'm in a place of temptation I'm like Lord. Wow this is really wrong than maybe an angel needs to appear. Maybe you'd like but it's like no. The way of the way out was him running away he ran away but what really moves me about. This is that I grew up in Sunday school. And it's like okay if you obey then you're blessed and things turn out into linear thing and so you're waiting for oh. He was faithful and he did the right thing a and he stood up for the Lord so he is going to be blessed and then what does it say. He goes even lower than he's ever been now. Not only is he gone down down to Egypt but now he's going down into this place in firing at this prison and this is so not Sunday school in ear for me. I'm waiting for him to be blessed and yet and you already brought it up verse Twenty One and the Lord was with him. Scott with God was still there but also an end extended kindness to him which I don't know how if you are a cynical as I am but I'm like Lord if you're going to go to all the trouble to extend kindness to him why don't you just be kind and get him out. Yeah right because he's in a pit or this this place of confinement commit and it deliberately says that the Lord showed kindness. But I'm like that's a lot of trouble. You could just be kind. Yeah rescue him and yet we see that suffering and blessing are not mutually exclusive and their existing together my translation. Esp says in verse Chapter Chapter Thirty Nine Verse. Twenty one says the Lord was with Joseph and showed him steadfast love showed him steadfast love that love that he had not left him another another thing. That was really interesting to me. In this little section in the pot offers wife section. You brought it up Kelly. You said you know I would not send against God. And I thought that can't possibly be the language that he used and so I went and looked and indeed in verse nine. He says you know to part of his wife. How then can I do this? Great Wickedness Sin Against God. The the interesting thing here to me is that there was no ten commandments. There was no shalt not commit adultery before the laws instinct was to honor God yes and to be holy like God is holy. That was his. I guess can help you understand..

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"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

"The extraction of Kabul from the DRC has been linked to really egregious human rights abuses. He says corruption environmental destruction but most damning Lee has been linked to child labour there are two ways that coupled is extracted from the ground in the DRC through the use of large industrial equipment and big minds owned by multinational companies. But there's also a lot of artisanal mining which is where local people people are digging for Kabul's using very primitive tools or even their hands and then selling that cobbled on that couples is getting mixed up into the global supply supply chains this is an incredibly Paik and complicated supply. Chain a nobody has ever really faced any proper legal scrutiny snake about how cobbled being mind and where it's going and who is profiting from it. What is really important about? This case is for the first time Apple Apple Dell Microsoft. Google Tesla are being directly linked to the deaths and injuries of children because the families are alleging but these deaths and injuries happened in mind which correctly in the supply chain of these companies in the documents that Congolese families describe in really heartbreaking detail how their children were driven by extreme poverty to seek work in these large mining sites and they claim that they were paid as little as one pound fifty fifty a day for really dangerous backbreaking work digging for Kabul Rox often with their hands and these very dark underground tunnels the one plaintiff in the case. who is named as Jane Doe One says in the court papers? Her nephew was forced to seek work in the mines when he was a very small child. In April two thousand eighteen he was working in a mine operated by Kimoto Copper Company which is owned controlled by the big UK Mining Company Company Glencore. He was working underground in the tunnel digging a couple of rocks when the tunnel collapsed on top of him and he was buried alive. His family rushed to the the mind but they say that they never ever recovered his body. The lawsuit also names as plaintiffs children themselves who were really we seriously injured or paralyzed whilst working in Kabul mines so these are really really serious accusations that the company are facing and one of the big central allegations in the lawsuit is all of the defendants. So that's apple. Google Microsoft Tesla were all aware and had specific acidic knowledge that the Kabul they use in their products is linked to child labor but is performed in such dangerous conditions and so their lawsuit argues that they're complicit in in the fourth labor of their children an aided and abetted their deaths by profiting from dangerous conditions that ultimately led to their deaths and injuries. Crucially the the court papers argue that all of these companies have the authority and the resources to supervise and regulate coupled supply chains and their inability to city say contributed directly to the death of these children. This case is really important for a number of reasons. The first is that it's the first first time that any big tech company is going to be scrutinized over its supply chain links to cobalt. The second is that it's going to be an opportunity for those voices at at the very bottom of this huge global supply chains be heard in a court of law for the first time and lastly this Louis is also really important because it's part of a new wave of so-called`strategic negation which is being launched in countries especially like the United States which is trying to compel companies to take the moral imperative errative and police learned supply. Chain whatever the outcome. It's really important for issues. Like best be tried.

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"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Believe it or not there was a time when they were never heard of Jamie Oliver. Yeah if you'd see thanks coming not cracking away. Most of it's done. When did he come from? He's quite a few background. His parents signed up in Essex. Excuse me Brown. Bread Mama was get me on it but not get so used to work there for pocket money or Jamie's fancies to work the pop and Chevy's to beat more morning to stop mission. We're not not literally metaphorically Danny went catering college and where he was discovered as it were was the river cafe Olive oil the BBC. I believe we're doing a documentary Christmas at the River Cafe and I think they discovered that he could talk in a way. That's an edge to stream really just table them help themselves short to the point gang on with his king. It wasn't a traditional chef not dish nor sappho tall. The naked chef was just such a game changer. Cooking walk in the restaurant isn't walk. I think he really changed the way we cook and who is cooking. I mean inspired a whole generation of men to get in the kitchen spicer stripping down the rest pretty soon essential and I think it was really peak. Brit pop he was you know sliding down the banisters open door to mates or on his scooter. And then a Cook Luke. Tony Green Curry. We just pre appropriate really because we're GONNA get and it will be on the cooking with so casual and he was adding a dollop of this you. You know exactly. He was so hands on. He was tossing it solid with his fingers poking stuff into his me. What have you and he? It's like have garlic anchovies nothing nefarious and he really stripped food down. A may do feel like anyone cook the dishes. Ten minutes slightly golden and that the star his then girlfriend Jules would make appearances in the naked chef. Let's from testing having a boyfriend. Who can cook you? It's more different. She just thinks I'm a bit strange now. His wife And they have five kids and I think that really plays into his whole image. I mean he's a family man. I'm mine too. That will help us today. What's your name easy pulpy? They appear on his instagram account. He almost lives this. Delete life that I think people want to play Into a little bit so after the naked chef. We got Jamie's kitchen. Yeah when he was training up fifteen disadvantage used. And Yeah and I guess this was the arrival of Jamie Oliver the campaigner name's Jamie Oliver. I'm here to say I want to talk about Revolution Day off to stop the halftime from being. He became political very early on. I think Jamie's kitchen happened. What three two years or so after the naked chef infrequent? You've got back congressional chefs. Forget it I'm forty five time right and I also think that's probably played into into why he can be perceived as quiet divisive character and that began as a television program. What happened with it the TV series had the restaurant fifteen dane which was based in clock out the heart where he trained fifteen apprentices young people from difficult backgrounds And he trained them chef the little streets and we students serious about the only thing I had in common with. Most of those kids was. I had a rough time at school. What what was great is that he took them to producers farm so it didn't feel like a stunt for TV he really kind of got them to understand about ingredients and I mean when they opened they were booked solid for months and a lot of the people that took part in that scheme our chefs today? People like Guardian Feast Lisa Jones went through fifteen on the top. You've got the squash which brings together seventeen years later of closed the door. I think they had about one. Hundred fifty take graduates had been through the program. I think fifteen is going to be a big part of his legacy because it's such a amazing project. It was the first of a lot of campaigns. I mean the one that I remember. Most of all Turkey twizzlers. Yes which I think. It remains a A longstanding indeed Jamie put down really today Turkey more than a chicken breasts that was a campaign to ban junk food and processed food from school canteens and also pressured the government commit new funds to improve school fade. When Jamie met Tony Number ten this morning the national scandal of school dinners became the heart? AWW election policies he received a bit of flack during that process. But coming across as being patronizing. We'll have eh months rela Mozzarella and that was resistant from parents. You know no one's going to forget those images of parents hunting food through the school gates to their kids images of the MOMS. Maybe their your dad pushing the burgers through the gate. And am I right in thinking that he calls big old scrubber yes on top gear that was in reference reference to Jelly Critchley who to finally was passing burgers and other junk food through the gates of the school I'm here I would like an apology. I feel for calling me a big fat scrubber on top gear and he did apologize later and I think she reluctantly accepted the apology. Surely the school food revolution was a good thing. They'd been spending pennies kids meals and that led to a financial paste of hundreds of millions of pounds so we will put another two hundred and forty million as about the two hundred and twentieth. You've been incredible. It's unbelievably impressive. And and was part of the reason I wanted to go and work for the company. I suspect the magazine interesting time because it had just moved over to us so it is not being published internally anymore so I joined Jamie magazine as deputy editor in two thousand and sixteen. Did you learn through working for his magazine. Zine things about Jamie Oliver the person and also about his business more widely. He's not guarded. All I mean what you see on Tevita is what he's like which I think is quite read. One of the great things about Jamie is that he does like to support young chefs. Young food. Writers says you genuinely think he does believe in the power features change things are profoundly believe that the power of food has a primal froyo place in our house. But you did get the sense. At this time. The business had exploded so much. How can one pastern be on on top of everything and involved in everything as we know Jamie? Oliver is not just about the hit. Television television series the campaigning the magazine the best-selling recipe books or even just the restaurants. When it comes to Food Jamie is everywhere in two thousand? He became the face of Sainsbury's Richard. Some Pasta Salad Guardian. Business Writer. I to Sarah Butler says the relationship wasn't always harmonious. They'd had a few kind of many poolings out when he was doing. Some of his campaigning around the chicken. Chicken industry is built fluffy chicks intensively broiler chickens. Factory hands he to bow our chickens raised and he wanted Sainsbury's anes breeze to come on his program and they didn't and he criticized them for that so there was various things where his campaigning seemed to great against being the face of the supermarket then there was a cooking school recipes and with it branded garlic crushes and chopping boards. Nancy Valerie working together for sixteen years. We've developed develop some of the most beautiful pans out there and was Jamie at home which was a kind of tupperware style a hearty business so it was like an oppressed party visit. You know like so cook Things like pans and career. Whatever the Avon woman yeah kinder finder and in two thousand and eight? He opened the first Jamie's Italian.

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"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Tell me about the first time you have met Jamie. Oliver Remember Sarah. Anna Barrel is the acting. Deputy editor of The Guardian Feast magazine but she used to work with very famous. Jamie Jamie Oliver on his self titled Food Mag Jamie would writes a feature for us every month the recipe feature in the planning me sayings. That's where you oh you saw him at his. I think naked chef best. That was an easy guy that he knows his food listening. Tim Come up on. The spot with with ideas for recipes is really impressive and inspiring and you can see how to weigh. Did where he got to was unimaginable. Success us a national treasure who we will fail on first name terms with. He was on the telly again. This week I've been cooking Chris for my family for more than twenty years. Now I I the Turkey and I'll show you tricks. Make an extra cheesy and tasty proper lady Gaga ready for the party but Jamie Star Status has fallen rolling that magazine. Where Anna was? Deputy editor is long gone and then there's his restaurant business or lost my restaurants in the UK this year which was really tough. Thirteen years really really hard work. Run out of money. Run out of everything when it went into administration in May more than a thousand people lost their jobs today from the south coast to Scotland. The close signs lines went up over three of his twenty five restaurants including the London branch of his celebrated Social Enterprise. Fifteen shutdown Jamie Oliver's prove and once again it takes more than having a famous name over the door being able to cook to make a success of the restaurant business then last week the other branch of fifteen name this one a franchise in his name in Cornwall also closed from the Guardian. I'm initiatives Donna today. InFocus what's going on on with Jamie. Oliver.

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"downs" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on The Frame

"Comments that you remember of the artists you know when you were Fans Greg Evans is associate editor and Broadway critic deadline greg thanks so much for coming on the show Dan suffering but used right it's full of joy and flavor singer Leila downs who's performing in southern California next week had that in mind when making her I think that Columbus Dino is a piece that we did on this album that points at at migration and and of course says think of our history human history and the way we move around over the different continents I wanna ask you about that song it's a song that manage how did there's a line which means if we don't fight for the children what will become of us and that seems to be very we're not just in the song but in this whole album tell me about that lyric and why means so much it is yeah well I was invited by Joan Baez actually to be what's going on and I understand is still going on today so I think I think we don't want to look at it in some ways and it's very painful.

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"downs" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"downs" Discussed on The Frame

"The Broadcast Center at KPCC This is the frame I'm John Horn on today's show Michael Jackson has been accused of being a pedophile Mild but a Broadway musical about the singer is still moving forward then musician Leila downs explores themes migration in the United States and Mexico understandings and times hopefully bring people together I really do believe that and a veteran R. and B. Singer who transformed a sixties hippie anthem into a soulful valid all that coming up on the frame a documentary about Michael Jackson that premiered earlier this year offered telling evidence that the late singer was a pedophile in the wake of the documentary called leaving Neverland a lot of people reassess Jackson and his legacy the plan Broadway musical about Jackson was not abandoned in fact it's now got an opening date next August Greg Evans is an associate editor her and Broadway critical deadline Gregg welcome to the show thank you nice to be here so tell us the latest news about the musical it has had a somewhat rough start already what we know so far it has been in development for quite a while certainly long before the the latest accusation nations the documentary was on Hbo and so you can only imagine you know there were blindsided as everyone who had anything to do with Michael Jackson or was involved in Michael Jackson project was at that point yeah I'm going to ask you what the creative team has said the director is Christopher wheeled in the writer of the book. Lynn nodded who is a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright her plays include sweat what they said about what they're doing and how doing might have been changed by the news came out in the documentary they haven't been giving a lot of interviews which isn't isn't unusual for a musical laura any play this music was initially supposed to have a pre broadway engagement in Chicago which was cancelled and it was cancelled right around the MM time that that documentary was aired now they say that the two things had nothing to do with each other we have no reason to doubt that but there is timing so what they have told I believe it was Chicago newspaper is that the focus is on his music it's not a sort of biographical thing it's not a doesn't get into his personal life much in fact what it does it focuses on one period of his life when he is getting ready for the dangerous tour that in Nineteen ninety-two initials him in rehearsals for that even if isn't going to be a classic jukebox musical musicals based on famous musicians often do really well on Broadway I'm gonNA play a little bit from a recent and current hit James Van.

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"downs" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"downs" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Downs host cash and the cards monday through friday noon to ten pm win your share one hundred twenty thousand dollars by playing your favorite games only a casino at the downs your home for winning entertainment louis n n central weekend at the downs you bet casino at the downs host your weekend progressive pay for cash prizes watch sports including watch and wager on simulcast racing and checkout expo new mexico's flea market and other weekend expo events only a casino at the downs get ready to binge it's new to view streaming edition now available on netflix parts of the netflix original crime thriller money heist jc sits down with letterman on a new episode of my next guest needs no introduction and based on the hit animated movie the boss baby is back in business with an all new series also a net flicks catch seth rogan's variety show polarity for charity which helps raise awareness of alzheimer's disease among millennials the show features sasha baron cohen john mullany sarah silverman post malone the muppets and more over on hulu check out the docu comedy about the relationships with plastic surgery take my nose please this week you can watch season to a preacher on hulu along with paul walker flick hours the season seven premiere of new girl and american gangster this week on amazon prime you've got colin farrell in the two thousand seventeen indie movie the killing of a sacred deer and willem defoe in the florida project also tyler perry's i can do bad all by myself as well as season four of the explosive detective drama bausch and that's new to view streaming edition on iheartradio a message from wildlife biologist jeff corwin for american humane every year thirty thousand elephants are killed by poachers eight million tons of plastic is dumped into the.

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"downs" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"downs" Discussed on Z100

"Downs lorde lula the wounded lula given may not wearing a penny upi len goodman hold on that some weird version we decided through all the originals away display these noon remix versions there's get shallow i'll be a little cash i'm happy well if you're going to go around the room pay foggy yes it's foggy here and frog he there there is yeah so that's not nyerere hit tie actually nicer fullest you're going to go around the room hey foggy yes it's foggy here and frog he there that is his yeah so that's not i hear hit tie actually nicer than if he with some showers later on this afternoon little cold front coming through down into the 50s tonight i like see i'd rather be there by now kamado this is frightening weather appears slow down over here all your older i heard tomorrow here here we go to hit the ice queen loves it all right let's get going fraud you what's on your mind before the show get started i'm just asking for a friend not myself what happens when you use expired nia sporran i think it's fine yeah how expired three years of it's perfect show it's the worker and it's probably not as effective right but it's probably not going to hurt cia offered good because i had the memorial car cut my finger this morning i put it on there and then i look they said i've had this for awhile bent did expired vecchi in two thousand sixteen funny and are probably fine i think that says sales ploy news foreign has a shelf life of fifty.

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