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US to pay $88M to families, victims of SC church massacre

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

US to pay $88M to families, victims of SC church massacre

"Families of victims in the two thousand and fifteen Charleston church shooting have reached an eighty eight million dollar settlement with the justice department the settlements range from five to seven and a half million dollars for the nine people killed and the five survivors cari sellers is a victim's attorney it represents one of the largest settlements of a collection of civil rights cases in this country's history the FBI has acknowledged that a faulty background check allowed dylann roof to purchase the gun that he used in the twenty fifteen massacre Eliana Pinckney age seventeen is the eldest daughter of the slain pastor of the Emmy Emmanuel church we're doing everything we can to make sure that my father's legacy doesn't go away Jennifer king Washington

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Do we present kill me now. I'm not no way it's like i have. I have not come thirty years to be at the eleventh hour and be of service to other people who are gonna come in like the coming to this online retreat of unblock. Your voice unleash your power. And they're going to come onto experience other people go. Okay now i'm gonna teach you. It's like no downing happen in. And i said you know i'm giving this whole thing up. I'm and i'm willing to because if it's not real it's not worth it. It's just like living prostitution and they're just easier ways to prostitute and everybody signed on and now i'm going to go now in five minutes. I'm going to go back again. I the eleventh hour is where i to sabotage myself inadvertently inadvertently and ten years ago. I was certifying people and i had. We had public presentation for the public health. And it's not a performance singing. It's just being who you are and having your voice so it's very vulnerable. And i found that in an incubator following the rule know kind of following the rules like you know the ego gets used to then feel safe and we had our rehearsal was like heaven on earth. Like oh my god. This is like the best and we drive. It was on christmas eve to nazareth. Like the nasdaq as in jesus of it was biblical. Proportions beget there yet. It was different. And there's all this unknown with the constant in when push came to shove the fears came up and they wanting to follow the rules and then didn't and as a result eighty percent of them left the training because it was too much and the negativity started in. Because that's what do that's the easier thing to do. Blame the technology. Blame the program blame this summer. That when it's now it's like i'm just scared shitless and i'd rather be in control i'd rather be right. Then be me and be real and be free. And that's what i'll end with. I do you ask yourself. Would you rather be right for your limitations. And whatever your fears are which we all have or legit rather be free. Isn't that moment of the fear you can ask yourself you so powerful. You're so amazing wonderful. And you wouldn't be doing what you're doing if you didn't have that power and something to really offered. That makes a difference in your voice. Is that instrument that can make and will make the difference between attracting those into you or pushing them away. Nice guy community Choose free. I would choose that freedom every single time. Find your voice search. The website again is find your true voice dot net using code promo code nice guys all caps. Just use that and we'll make sure that that you have access to the course eliana. Thank you so much for sharing. I'm excited to hear. About what your your upcoming cohort has to say about it next week. I'm sure not knowing your reputation and knowing your level of expertise even showing up without having a specific plan is a plan is so you match for saying that. You're gonna do great in this. Don't really really appreciate that. Because that's really what i wanna do. I think that's my next level is just standing in that while you allowing other people but standing in it with other people and allowing and really allowing them to have to experience their own confidence in that well best of success to your to your upcoming class and thanks for being on the show and sharon what you do as your gift to the world. Thanks for sharing it with our community. Thanks for being here. Nice guy community. Never underestimate the power of nice again. Special thanks to eliana allowed oliver information including access to her find. Your true voice program will be right there in the show notes. Steve o'brien go ahead and take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm steve o'brien seriously. It'll only heard for a minute. And don't worry i'll be fine..

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:48 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Just endemic. We're born with this. Problem is what we think about in singing and it's kind of a weird thing that i call this therapeutic that gets taught because so much of it isn't even using your physical voice but learning to approach her body an instrument and connecting to the source of it because every the only notion we have of seeing is of performance. That is not what this is You know in talk about real life. Like i've been at this now twenty five years with this. Next week we have the first cohort from cova online five countries three continents around the globe to be of service to other heart centered professionals. Who were coming to unblock. Their voisin unleashed their power idea. How this is going to go and thank goodness. We're having this podcast right now. Because i'm gonna get on the next call with them and it's a grand experiment of you know. Imagine what happens and this is what really interests me. What happens when each one of us in his or her own time. You know when we dare to stop and listen to our voices enough to connect to that and we dare listen to it and respect what we're hearing and we have the courage to express that an act upon it and we hear each voice that there too that are alike in that forms a unified whole that to me is even. That's the world. I wanna live in. That's why it's called voices of eden and this next week it's going to be a really grand experiment. It's like terrifying terrifying but like each time you dare to act upon that it takes you to the next step and you don't really know and as an entrepreneur that's what you're in right twenty seven twenty and i'll close with in april after a year plus of locked down here i like itchy itchy to go away and i went on vacation to mexico unplugged last minute. I'm like wait a minute. I give a weekly in our healing voices. I have you know voices of wisdom wednesday. What am i gonna just take the computer. And you know auburn's plug in for the broadcast. And i'll do that and colleague said you're going on vacation and leona that means unplug. It's like what do you how how an integrity are you like miss authenticity. And i'm like god he's right and so at last minute like okay. I'm leaving the computer at home. And i left the broadcast to my students and my new assistant. Who had just come on. And i didn't know whether i would come back from mexico with a business alive or dead and the amazing thing this is like litmus for if you're afraid to share your voice or your if you're in doug's course and you're wanting to move forward but you can't or you're about to record something. Here's here's living proof that you can catch east gals actually showed up. I cried when i watched it. I was terrified. It wasn't the content. I don't know don't remember it. Don't really care right exactly like that was. That was not the point that they were there. Real and fucking up. Pardon my french. Whatever they were doing they were there and they were together and they were connecting run another. And that's what that's what is giving me the courage to co create with them. This next week we'll see what happens at all either be greater there'll be a great flab. I don't know bed hope. That's the fun that's what gets me like. You go through so much as an entrepreneur. It's like what's getting you. What's getting you up in the morning. Now it's just your paycheck. Go get a job. It'll be a lot easier and excitement of the unknown. You know the great beyond is is You know the great unknown is is one of those things that i really i embrace. I love it. I love not that i love change necessarily but i love what change brings it brings. New opportunity brings a a renewed revitalized interest. In what i do and so no matter what i do. It seems like every day i get up. I'm like what adventure am i going to go on today. If i don't have a plan necessarily a here's what happens. Found that. I had my my least success when i was busiest when i was eight. Am to ten pm. Doing my planning my getting ready all of that stuff. I was never as good as i as i am. When i don't have that you know. Okay let's just spend some time. Just let's go for a bike yesterday. Went for a bike ride. I came back. There was a there was a sale on my computer. it was here and ready to go Last week i had landed one of my biggest clients when i was literally not expecting anything to come in. You know you're not expecting these things to come in the door. So yeah i. I truly embrace what you what you're saying and who knows yes you could totally flood it or yes but that's okay. I mean you've learned something. It's it's amazing because what you say. It's so true because that happened to me. Two weeks ago. I ended up getting on it. Yeah exactly two weeks ago. Today i ended up getting on the call with my students because of this exact thing of the business or getting it right like. They're all freaked out. Are we gonna how. What do i need to do. How.

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

08:49 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"More. Fear dispirit more. You're in here. It may be even sign up for one. I'm doug amazing courses in if you haven't do it because they're great wasn't turning this into a commercial but i'm happy to commercial and not in commercial. Just i'm saying because of the way that you show up. I mean the show up really authentically and you know you're not selling a bag of goods really showing up in being in service. That's why i'm saying but if you're here in our maybe you're in the course new. Follow through and as an a symptom of both of those things if you're here in new hat and now you haven't signed up or you've signed up in your in a process but you're not following through and you're feeling fear or maybe you're not feeling fear may just be like frozen or numbness or you're trying to figure it out in you do all the right things. Keep trying to figure it out. But there's no cigar vice. Just say that there's a you know it's like a well you know how at the top of the well there's clearwater where most of us live from here up when you are going to increase your power increase your influence increase your visibility. Increase your offerings. That's you're digging. You're diving deeper in the minute that you'd it requires diving deeper the minute the to dive beneath the surface of the well what happens sill starts giving up and you can't determine the silk from the mud from you know from the clearwater. It's all muddy and it doesn't make sense and it's at that point where you tried this that. Are you feeling pressured for time. Many gotta make the right decision. Do i do this. Promotion or that podcast or this or that. Suffice to say you're not connected to your to to a whole 'nother level that's beyond your cognitive mind in your higher brain in your true voice in at the source of your power and that you would be really doing yourself. A service to in that space of this is another symptom. Were you feeling pressured to move forward like hurry up to. I don't have time. I got on my gosh. So at such that. Such a prevalent symptom right because people are coming back out and there's an opportunity because people are with their work. That should be like if you. If you're saying all the right things new feel that energy like are you going to sign up for your program or whatever your offer as i. We're all freaked out now. Nobody knows what's next. We're in this big uncertain and you could count it. You could turn it on. Its head and that symptom of not knowing trying to figure it out and the pressure of moving forward you could take. That is a great sign that there's some big name is that's percolating that's wanting to be berthed in that if you're willing to go deeper and out of your mine and slow down then you'll really be serving yourself and those people who are looking for you and who need what you have to offer so those that are in our community if if you wanna really legit find your true voice eliana is is kind enough to offer a program. She actually may made promo just for you guys. So we're gonna make sure that you have access to it. Find your true voice is it. Just give me the website for. Because i don't wanna screw it up in your true voice dot net. Okay so that's pretty easy. Find your true voice dot net if you enter in the promo code nice guys. It's going to take the cost this down significantly down to free This is just something that she is offering to our community Which is why we have the nice guys promo code that is attached to that and that is eliana gift to to all of you. That are out there to try to find your true voice. So can you walk me through the basics of what. The course is and people be able to accomplish so who. It's for if you know if you're like what you were asking is like you're the perfect schill. Doug really you know if you do lack words to express now that that punch that you that you feel inside but you know maybe you feel unsure or worried that you're not going to be understood so you don't actually follow through and if you're ready to speak your truth without worrying what bell thing what they'll say that you're really not sure how this is a really really great program. It's a jumpstart self study workshop and training bendel. That helps you quickly. Connect in authentically. Express yourself even in uncomfortable situations even uncertainty even with people who might understand you so share just four mom as we as we come to a conclusion of the interview. I'm curious where music and finding your true voice. Because i know you're very musically inclined and talented where where does bat fit into how you present what you do to your students. Meaning with the with the certification and singing. Yeah 'cause i'm really curious. How in alexandria so israel fast forward after. Cbs israel ten years. Their war comes like how do you respond. And the voice says go to the house local hospital to the q. Like what even is this thing. I didn't even know what this. What is it seeing is it. What is this like one step at a time. Went to the hospital. Suggested a research project in a neonatal intensive care unit in wartime serving fifty fifty israeli palestinian population so and it re that result in necessity. That's the other you have such opportunity. It's a circuitous answer. Bear with me for a moment that listening. They're going out of you. Know following the hunch listening to the silent voice not the one in your head that will issue every time following having no clue never having been through this before. I'm not a doctor that resulted in the world's first healing. Live hailing music project ever today. It is the benchmark in the field of healing sound. And i'm the author. And i'm not a doctor fully funded three years paid for my salary and it wasn't about. Singing is even his rally passing First baby now mother from a palestinian village. I don't think she'd ever been outside of her village in a hospital. Never seen ju. The poor woman was terrified. What am. I gonna sing english in a shooting in hebrew. Chill the porn arabic. No not birth wordless.

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:14 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Am not busting money. And i if i'm not here i'm not here busking. I'm not here to ask you for any money if i ask you for anything. It's that you really do something kind for yourself today and be real with yourself and if somebody actually will do that was given big time and i found myself. Walking up. and down the aisle going like good californian push money in my hands. I had brought no hat no pocket. No purse no nothing. I was wearing this long skirt and made pocket out of it i. It was the same process of showing up that broadcast to the sixty million. But that's a sexy story especially on a podcast especially on media right but to me. It was so much more sexy on that train because nobody had to tell me it was good or bad and i did. That came back the end of that week. I was offered very very cushy corporate job. And i ended decide whether i was going to Turn that down or take it. And i turned it down because i realized that i found my calling which was to help people to if we only dare stop long enough. We can ask ourselves any question. Twenty four seven. Get the answer. And where did you find where. Sorry i just want to break in here for just a quick second. Because i think my question which is totally relatable to those in our community who are entrepreneurs that that had that inner voice. You know entrepreneurs have a. I oftentimes feel part of the gift of being an entrepreneur. Is that inner voice that intuitive voice that we have that says this is the direction this is the answer to your question and oftentimes the western world side of us comes and pushes that away and says well. That's not practical. that is exactly especially. Don't you find it in entrepreneurship or those of you listening. Can you relate like you. Haven't inner drive. You've got a do you. Do you follow your hunch or do you then go well but marketing and the promotion and i gotta be online and you know. I've got to do the disarray. i've got to do that. Which while we showed ourselves to death. And and for me the whole reason how i could even go to. The train was because when i broadcast for cbs. I had already thrown away. My television set and i sat next to the gentleman who read the wire services now. This is before the days of internet indeed loosen. You wouldn't believe what happened. After certain amount of time. I got the courage to say yes i do. He goes what a war rape pillage. Good news is a ceasefire. The names just changes the same story. That's what commercial media is selling your from the moon. Let's look and it was exactly that he goes with this finger to in my face. I swear and find your your good news story. And he never did and i you know. During those olympic games. I prayed to use my voice for a higher purpose and that week in the train. Now this is a nineteen ninety two. I sang in those trains. I also knew that like during that first week of the singing in the train wasn't about seeing it was about being willing to show up in the moment and let go of every single feeling that came up and reconnect to the source of my voice. No matter what and then the voice came up. Same thing happened. I i know how to broadcast. I know how to do it in my first tedtalk blacked out total blackout live in pinnacle of career. What do you do. Who do you follow your script. I couldn't follow my script. I didn't even know scrapped. And it's live. It's not like you could go. Excuse me start over. Tom and thank god now. Just the the work so simple. It's really mike in the moment what do you do. Do you follow that hunch. Where where do you place your focus. And so the voice. So i stopped because i can't do anything the freak out starts to come up and then there's this little voice was going. Well you know this would actually be a good time for you to practice. So i do. And it's like the best thing that ever happened. Because now i have this great story now i could say and it led to the second ted talk. Trust your silent voice and now have this great story. I could go all right. Go watch my first. Ted talk your voice make heard. Tell me if you can find where. I blacked out. And i gave that ted talk in two thousand twelve. Not one person has a give you price. Anybody wants to go. Go watch it if you guess where. I'll give you a price. I haven't i haven't given out a prize yet. So talk to talk to those that are in our community you know that are. We chatted about this a little bit before i hit record. You're the doctor. And or the surgeon in this particular case. You have a scalpel in your hand in. My community is experiencing the symptom of blank. What's the symptoms experiencing that you can that you can help. Provide pain relief. Medication surgery on because oftentimes. We don't realize we don't know what we don't know so we're caught in this vicious cycle of. I'm making a plan on following through with my plan. I've succeeded or failed at my plan but there is not a lot of satisfaction oftentimes in just following the plan. There's gotta be like this inner joy that you get from doing what you do so many people don't have that. So what are they experiencing as a symptom for you for them to realize. Maybe i am going through something very similar to what eliana did and i have to find my inner voice. How do we help them. Find the inner voice. in what is that. Simpson feel like out. If you're listening to this podcast. And doug is just like the ace ace of helping you to hop cast. So if you're on this podcast and in nice guys orbit. I would suspect that you've got an inkling that you have something that you wanna share on a podcast and if you have that inkling it's right right. Aren't you doing it.

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:46 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Calling. Have you ever noticed that when you do it the way that the plan plan. Yeah you could like present just perfect and do it all right and there's no cigar. There's no result is when you're disconnected from the source of your power and your physical voice. It pushes people. I was talking about the idea of when you're presenting to get into To get into a. I guess for lack of other were a better word. Get into flow. You know it's like when you're presenting and you're on the money not meaning. You're on the money collecting the money. But you're actually you're feel like the way you don't have a script to the words are just coming out of your mouth and you're like wow this is this is actually good. I feel i feel and you're not even thinking this is really good. You're talking you're just. You're just in the spot and no matter how much preparation that i would do for a presentation. Let's say or even a keynote speech in less i connected with that audience and connected with myself. Before i got in front of that audience. I really had a hard time. No matter how man i hit every slide right where i was hit every point i was right on the on the dot when it came to timing wise but unless i really connected with myself and my audience. It didn't land the same way as if i was in that is in that. Yeah yeah it's poignant that's beautiful take me back a little bit into your edgier story and how your story shaped found your your gifts to the world so maybe let's start with your story and then share how that relates to the gift that you had to offer to the world itself help now here. I'm modeling it right now. In the moment. I don't know i only going to and i don't know how i'm going to answer this but this is cinque to answer is as a child new. I had an important role in that. Every single human being does and that part of the game of life is to discover what that is and to play. I didn't know what that meant and fast forward. I was on was born underneath. The hollywood sign in cedars of lebanon hospital and that must have been a prophecy of my future in the middle east because i subsequently in this trajectory that all circuitously. It'll will make sense to me end all right. I don't know if it will make sense. This is an experience of being out of your mind. But being present living through those three wars in the middle east and displacement and social unrest and coming out the other side thriving really brought this home at entirely new levels of the importance of and the value. The very practical value of living in the crack in the western world. We learn to make a plan to follow through on and in be middle east. We learn to make a plan as a jumping off point because no one in their right mind expects that what you planned is going to be. What is it just is never liked that so expression Wanna make god laugh. Telomere plans in the middle east. Yeah so so backpedaling. I left the states in ninety one. I was a yuppie on the spiritual path. Let's call it baton and in marketing and communications and i left the states followed that inner voice that made absolutely no sense. My family my colleagues. My friends told me. I was crazy. Because i didn't know where i was going brought me to. France ended up being a broadcaster for. Cbs had never done that before. You watch the olympics. The winter olympics from belleville. And you're in the us. You heard my voice broadcasting the opening and closing ceremonies amongst many many other human interest stories. I had never done that before. But it was by following this inner guidance and after working for cbs fast forward again found myself working for a living. Says i won't do that anymore. I'm willing to let everything go. I need to know what this inner urging that made no sense that i had no words for. I need to know what that is. And the other voice with got to foul now with the agency by brandon Place in this like the bell rings. I will say yes to the work. And if there's no bell no and i got to a place where. I went without eating for two days because the money ran out. But i was on this doer. Di mission and i went to a this spiritual support group for creativity and there. I had a monthly pass. This was in france. I had left the united states from the metro to the meeting. Place i remember that everybody was supposed to bring something to share in. I was like intercultural consultant. Nothing to do with voice. Nothing to do with singing. I remembered this hebrew spiritual for my sunday school days. I thought if. I need to all share that. But i won't. I'm just gonna sit in the corner to imbibe inspiration. And i get to the meeting place in their big circle and i sat at the end of the circle praying that the time would go out before my my turn and my turn actually came up and i say and i shared with them. What was going on then. I hadn't eaten in two days. And i'm really looking for what i am supposed to be doing on this planet earth. Because it's not about the making the money. I know how to do that. You know just fine and this man comes up to me. It goes year voice speaks in. You have work to do tomorrow morning. And puts his hand in his jeans. Pocket takes out this crumpled piece of paper on it. He writes to train stations. And tomorrow morning you go to fill show you get on that train in new. Sing that song because the people need it. And i'm like a man's looney bell rang. It's like oh miss faithful now. You haven't eaten in two days. You're willing to go without eating but when that voice inside gives you a direction are you gonna respect yourself and be honest with yourself and follow through even when it seems crazy and did and i got on the train. I wanted to absolutely die. And at the end of that song there was silence. You could cut with a knife. I said know other answer me now. Guardrail die on the spot. Because i.

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Is it for us to really connect with ourselves and our voice in our breath before we really start to get into sharing our message with the world eliana. Hit the the bells ringing that the bells ringing in that you're hitting the nail on the head we'll think about it. Big essence of all matter right is vibrant tori adams vibration sound waves are the first manifestation from the ethers. Whatever you wanna call it to the atom which vibrates we can sculpt sound waves. We don't see them. Light comes afterwards. Show our voices are that bridge between our inner world and our outer expression which is why believe that so many people. Are you know after death. The fear is of public speaking. Not connected to yourself. I this week your speaking bull who we or whatever. You've been conditioned and a symptom if you really want to see this. How many times have you actually plan. You got a podcast. You giving a presentation about to show up. You're planning done all the right things you know what you wanna say and present and comes the moment and what comes out of your mouth is like night and day. Why isn't that. I don't know. I'm curious why that is and you know even somebody that is professionally trained in an nsa speaker in my in my past life. It just seems unusual that you do all of this preparation. You're and you feel like so like you're talking to yourself and your genuinely speaking to yourself and then you get there in front of the audience and all of a sudden you're like domina- where where is it that it breaks down. I'm really curious. What your thoughts are. It's a it's a matter of consciousness of where you're focused. What happens is we get so nervous and you know in doing it right and getting it right. And in the in the performance that takes us away from who we are whereas when i when we make the priority connecting. It's like tuning any instrument the ever. Have you ever gone into a concert. Let's say you ever been to the symphony or orchestra. Okay so you know you go into the into the theater to the concert hall in you sit down. And then the chairs are open in the musicians come in and all of a sudden all that cacophony process and the cacophony continues for awhile. Until there's a moment and then the first violinist comes in to give the note that everyone again aligns with tunes their instrument and then that violinist sits down. That's their job. And then they sit down again and there's focused in the conductor comes out in the conductor you know comes up and they and there's them moment a focus in connection because the music will never start without that attune. It's the same thing with us. Or how do we that make sense. It totally makes sense. And how do we capture that. How do we capture that. So that i know this is something that you work on with your students and the people that are clients of yours and i think the biggest challenge oftentimes that i have is whether it being a presenter or me being a podcast is trying to find. You know that you find your authentic voice. You be your offended for another bells on. So so how do you how do you. How do you do that consciously by stopping to do anything and daring to connect tier true voice. That you're right. We don't develop an authentic roy. We you know we be. What did you say. that's it you know we. We already habit if if voice of sound is the is the create tricks and we have in throughout time through ever in human endeavour from being from a in religious and spiritual matters in religious matters and cultural matters. You know throughout history notice of in the western traditions and judeo christian cultures in god said let there be light. It's actually from hebrew vi- yo mile the because there's a there's a vibrant tori rate in the traditions. We have home we in madison. We have an ultrasound. It's sound that we're using but we see you know in this doer. Mind and looking at the outer things at the result we see. Oh that's a computer doing ultrasound. no it's not. It's the sound doing that that's coming. It's the vibration coming through the machinery. You know through the skin vibrating and translating back into color through the computer. It was always amazing to see suspending. And that's our voice. It's like how an opera singer can smash glass. It's how the you know. The ancient tale of another walls of jericho came tumbling down through the sound. And we can use our voices to build up as well and the bottom line tip. You wanna tip. Yeah when you're freaking. Yeah this is. This is this. Is the money shot right here. Thinking like you're not gonna like this but it really works and believe me because it's not worth italy spot tried out for yourself and see you gotta go out of your mind. You have to be willing to go out of your mind into your body and align with your voice and be in service and if you're a deer entrepreneur or business person you have an amazing service to offer. You would not be on this trajectory if you didn't have some purpose. It's not an easy road to be an entrepreneur. That's a courageous type of to begin with someone. Who has you know a larger.

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"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Hey it's doug sandler from the nice guys if you want to learn how to build a team work with your team have better communication within your team bro. The culture so it is amazing within your organization. The tried package is for you. For companies who have the highest commitment to improving their culture and their leadership the trident package go to the trident approach dot com forward slash programs prior to starting any team building program. That's done through the trident approach. They have an in-depth face to face. Discussion with senior leadership to understand the culture the values and the principles and the direction of each.

Florida Democrats Call For A New Election After GOP Charged With Manipulating Race

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00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Florida Democrats Call For A New Election After GOP Charged With Manipulating Race

"For a new election in a Florida race growing calls for state Senator Eliana Garcia to voluntarily resign in for a new election to be held over a scheme. Officials say she wasn't even aware of former state Senator Frank Artie. Less was charged with election fraud accused of paying a friend to run as a sham candidate, state Senator Gary Farmer, What are our Republican colleagues going to do now? Faced with proof of fraud, they clearly impacted the outcome of an election decided by 32 votes. The fake candidate Alex Rodriguez had the same last name as the Democratic incumbent. Jose Javier Rodriguez,

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"eliana " Discussed on The Flow Up

The Flow Up

13:41 min | 1 year ago

"eliana " Discussed on The Flow Up

"That takes you away from your home and keeps you present. As long as it is a defined and accessible space for you to tend to whatever it is that you need to do, then that's enough. Also, as your dreams transition, don't be afraid to expand spaces you may have outgrown. Your dream will change. You will go off course. And stumble upon on charted territories. So releasing the attachments to very particular and maybe minute outcomes. And be open to adapting with your evolving master plan. So having that designated sacred physical space for your dreamwork. See, this is easy. Number two, check in with like minded folks. Now this may or may not be an accountability partner, but this isn't about finding someone to uphold you to the task that you set for your work. Checking in with like minded folks is more about staying organically connected to the people that get it. The people who understand the grain you go against. And the commitment it takes to push you through. I can not stress enough how thankful I am to have my friend eliana who was on the last episode episode two of the flow up lyrics and lessons. She is sharing this space with me once a week. And I get to, you know, just be around her. And both of us are creative and different ways. She is a film director and she's working on a script and she's working on videos and films. She's doing she's got her hands in that room. So even though it's different from what I'm doing with creating content for the podcast and for black lady Taro and dreadlock yogi for all these different things I'm doing, it's completely different, but it's the same vibe. It's that creative vibe that energy of, hey, let's get it done. Let's get the shot. You know, and you really in this creation and content world you need someone who just kind of gets it, you know? My husband has no patience when it comes to taking pictures of me or videos. If I set it up and I'm like, hey, on this day, I need you to pose as videographer then, yeah, okay. Show up in as long as he knows what it is. But as far as that spontaneity, you know, it just really isn't. It isn't. That so having someone who just gets it, if out of nowhere, it's like, hey, you know what, can you do me a favor? Can you just hold up this camera while I do this weird thing in the corner and then they add their thing too. Just someone who kind of understands that language and movement and energy is so good to be around. So I am so thankful that we kind of share just these little moments every week where I can bounce ideas off of her if I want or even if not, just being connected with someone who also is like minded or has that same creative juice energy and dream of their own. It just, it creates that you need that. You need that and that always is open to different possibilities. They, too, are protecting their dream and they are looking for that same connection that you are looking for. And most of the time, these people, they have very encouraging words and anecdotes to share to keep you going when you may need a booth. Checking in with other dream chaser also always births the opportunity for further resources or networking opportunities. Kind of like the squeaky wheel gets degrees. You're there. And something just always comes up. And it's like, hey, are you interested in this? You know, just because you're there. Just because you're ears to the ground just because you're in it. You're in a community. So and meeting up with people. I'm just a physical person, but of course, right now, we're in the middle of a pandemic and we have to be safe and protecting ourselves. So as close as connection you can get, even if it's a video Zoom call, looking at each other, face to face and just checking in, being like, what's up? And in that vibe, it always feels you afterwards and you feel good after those conversations and you're inspired to do something that is completely unrelated to what you guys are talking about, but it just created that momentum or got you recharged up to continue to go after your dream or your vision or to be motivated in that way. So these are ways that we can kind of help support and fuel our vision through those relationships. These people end up becoming your tribe members. And they may not know each other, but this is you can build your tribe, tribes look so many different ways. So knowing that you have a bank of people that you could call up and just have a conversation with that you can gripe about things that are going wrong and the things that are going right and they just understand where you are and they just are there to listen or to share what they've been through is very healing for the creative soul. In my humble opinion. Okay. So I think that sharing space with these tribe members is a safe way to also keep you current and supported. Number three create before you share and compare. Oh, when you are so passionate about your vision, your baby, it's so amazing. It's beautiful. It's innovative. It's nothing quite like it. And as a proud parent, you always end up talking about it. It's on your mind. So it always comes up, you're proud of it. And this is great. However, I think you should make sure, make sure you spend that initial uninterrupted time with your baby before you start introducing it to strangers. Those first steps towards our vision are always the toughest. And I find it's best to make those decisions alone. Trusting yourself is going to be a muscle that will need consistency, a consistent regimen. So there's no better time to start than in the very beginning. So I know that this is a tough one because we want that validation that this idea or this dream is possible. And we may be looking for people to just give us that little bit of confirmation that it's a good idea. Be careful with that. You want to believe that it's a good idea on your own and build that love and that convince being convinced that your dream is possible just with you and it before you start inviting having a good relationship with your partner before you start introducing other things. You feel me. Yeah, so I just invite you to kind of sit with it and take those first steps first by yourself. Have something that already exists that you've already created, whether it's investing or getting the supplies or doing the course or learning more, whatever first step that took that initial leap of faith that initial deposit in your dream and vision make that on your own so that when you share it, people already know wow, okay, you're serious about this because you already did it. You already took that first step. You already accomplished a big feat when your own so, oh, you really are into this. This isn't just something that you are talking about, or this isn't just something that you are far fetched dream. You're actually have activated the steps forward. So making that decision on your own, I believe, is great. Creating that strong bond with your dreams and creating and starting that creative process before comparing your work. Also having that bond with your creative process before you start comparing your work, also helps keep it authentic. Sometimes our subconscious mind may pick up on things that we like, but they may not be a good fit for what we are trying to do. And balancing between inspiration and limitation can be exhausting and we may just throw the baby out with the baby water. Having that initial time. There is a thin line between inspiration and imitation and I'm probably going to have to dive into a different episode to go deeper into that. But what I will say here is we may be picking up on things. When I create content, I have to be very intentional about not looking at certain Instagram pages, because I know that my mind is going to pick it up. Now, I don't know if this also I have a background as a child in theater in my childhood and in my adolescence. So I know how to pick up certain qualities or attributes or characteristics in people and imitate them and sometimes I do it and don't even realize it because I've just been trained to in character study and meisner work. And so I am just fascinated with people in how we move and the things that we do and say. So sometimes I'm doing it and I don't realize it. So I have to be very careful about what I visually and what I consume before I create my own work because I know that some parts of that may seep into it. And I don't want that. I want to have my own authentic voice in my relationship with it. And I want to present as most authentically as I possibly can. Because some things we can't avoid. So I'd like to talk more about that balance and maybe I'll have somebody on that can help me have that conversation. But for another episode, let's go into number four, which is a good lead into taking what resonates and leave what does not. So this is the step after you've already taken the steps to early creation in your dream and you're already moving forward and you're in the thick of it, it is at some point you are going to have to be open to criticism. And. Having discretion with the criticism knowing what is valid and what is not is something to be very mindful of, so once you've established a good relationship with your vision, you may need to bounce your ideas off a selective view, it does take a village and when you're putting yourself out there, you do have to be open to the criticism so that you can improve. So knowing if someone is knowing is when opening your ideas to criticism, ask yourself, is this person I'm talking to? Where is there? Ask yourself, where is the perspective? Coming from in this person that is offering the criticism. Is it from experience? Is it from studying? If it's not from either one, then I would be careful in the type of criticism you let in from people who may not be.

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"eliana " Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"eliana " Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Team feels like the work that we do isn't as valuable when i discount so i didn't even know that was happening and so i had to go through a specific process to create creating the habit and my goal. My charge for the month was to collect four moments. I did five times to collect four moments. Where i've quote my price and i get butterflies literally identifying a specific behavior that i need to execute and change and then giving me a system that allows me to rewire my brain to create muscle memory. So that i can do it repeatedly so you're comfortable doing it. Well no i'm not comfortable. Do you get comfortable like you. Then you know then too comfortable. And i gotta get to that not comfortable in your everyday stuff but like getting to that point to that question like if you feel yourself getting comfortable. Does that when you say all right go to the next one so i asked him what i said. I'm a public speaker and i was like. Do you get nervous. And you know. No i love it. And then someone's like yeah. I get nervous every time. And then i remember like seeing like an athlete. I forgot who that i loved. And they're like do you get nervous like yes. I get nervous every time. And i realized that if you can get comfortable with the discomfort which is why. It's yes no then it doesn't affect you and so if you make doing uncomfortable work part of your ethos you get comfortable doing uncomfortable work so when i get to that moment where i have the quote. I feel the stress in my stomach. I feel the butterflies. My heart starts racing. But i'm able to go. You know what i'm not going to let any of that. Stop me i'm comfortable overcoming this surrendering this and i'm able to execute any way and so in that way i become comfortable eliana. Ask you to like uncomfortable. Work what is it like for you. It's different for everybody. Like having a podcast at the very beginning of get really nervous. Who i'm going to talk to him. What i'm gonna say. And how's it gonna go. I'm going to have a conversation with you. I get anxious about that. That's just the way it is in. I tried to prepare. Have my routine. Do what i do and so i go into actually joy the process of it but doesn't mean you're not like you're saying not nervous but what is uncomfortable or is it different for everybody is that some people can just say whatever the prices and that's not a big deal for them but there's something else there's something there that is going to be uncomfortable and it's finding out what that is and then attacking it or working on it or what so all those are really good points and i love that you share that you got nervous like. That's you being authentic and i love it dude. So here's the competitive advantage when you break it down. Wise degrees like drug addicts recovering addicts are amazing practicing rigorous authenticity. Like talk book tedtalk right.

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US cybersecurity agency warns suspected Russian hacking campaign broader than previously believed

TIME's Top Stories

09:32 min | 1 year ago

US cybersecurity agency warns suspected Russian hacking campaign broader than previously believed

"Definitely stick around for the mandalorian post credits scene. After the season. Two finale by eliana document warning spoilers. For the mandalorian season two finale below disney announced a slew of new star wars shows during an investor. Call earlier this month. Including to directly tied to the mandalorian and asakusa series and a drama called rangers of the new republic. But the studio wasn't done plumbing the depths of the mandalorian ip at the season. Two finale of the hit disney plus show previewed yet another spin off series set for december. Twenty twenty one. The book of boba. The episode itself was jam packed with action. Mando gathered together a crew to save baby. Yoda now technically called grow goo but baby. Yoda sounds cuter from the villainous. Mov gideon boba fett created a diversion for the rest of the gang and then flew off into space. Mando then secured baby. Yoda and the dark. Saber by defeating moth gideon in battle but faced a dire challenge in the form of the dark troopers legal imperial droids then none other than luke skywalker arrived to save. Mando's posse and take on the child as his apprentice for story reasons. It's rather convenient. That boba fett wasn't around for luke's cameo considering that bobo once hunted down and tried to kill luke in his friends that would have made for an awkward reunion. But that's not the last we see of fat in a post credits scene. He and finnick infiltrate the lay job of the huts palace on tattoo wayne. New occupied by some of bogus old sycophants including bib fortuna. They kill nearly. Everyone led a slave escape and make themselves comfortable on. Job is thrown then book of boba flashes across the screen along with the december. Twenty twenty one premier date. The announcement comes just one day after original boba. Fett actor jeremy bullock died at the age of seventy five book of boba. Is the ninth star wars show now in the works at disney plus along with a third season of the mandalorian the rogue one prequel door a mandalorian spinoff titled rangers of the new republic. And obi wan show set between episodes three and four soka centered on jed eye us. Oh catano animated series the bad batch a show called the acolyte from the creator of netflix's russian doll and landau starring the cape loving crusader himself.

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Councilman-elect Kevin de León appointed to vacant Los Angeles city seat

The John Phillips Show

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Councilman-elect Kevin de León appointed to vacant Los Angeles city seat

"Elect Kevin Day. Leon was just appointed by the Los Angeles City Council to the vacant seat in district 14 to replace suspended Councilman Jose Wiis are Eliana, former president pro TEM of the state Senate won the primary election in March with a majority of the vote. His appointment will be effective Thursday. According to the motion filed by council President Nori Martinez. You can

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Summer Movies 2020: What to Stream, What's Delayed

Nerdette

17:57 min | 1 year ago

Summer Movies 2020: What to Stream, What's Delayed

"Pandemic has totally thrown summer movie season for a loop. Lots of movies are going straight to streaming. Judd apoptosis and our Shirley's the roads and our welfare, but which streaming movies are really worth your time. And what will the pandemic mean for the film industry, and are we ever actually going to see tenant? The Big Budget Christopher Nolan Sci fi flick scheduled to come out in August. Will we ever see that on the big screen where it is meant to be seen? Well the answer to that question may actually be never. We just found out. That film has been delayed indefinitely, but there's still a lot more to discuss and here to talk us through it. Is Eliana Dr Men? She writes about movies and pop culture and Feminism for time Eliana. Hi, hi, how's it going good? How are you? Good holding up. So I think my first question just has to be like. Is there a summer blockbuster season this year? What happened? Yeah, I feel like saying. There's no summer blockbuster. Season is a little road to the movies that have come out on Vod vod meaning video demand, because a lot of stuff is just going straight to streaming racked. Yes, the things that are going straight to streaming which there have been some good things. But this certainly has not had the momentous feel of a usual summer where I convince my closest friends to go spend a ridiculous money to go see a movie in amax because it's summer and that's what you do. That is not happening. Hollywood has been a little circumspect about that. Keep moving movies that they insist have to count in theaters with good reason for some of 'em a movie like ten it would be much less fun to watch for the first time at home, but they keep sort of delaying it by two week increments, and delaying delaying delaying and I suspect that those delays will go into twenty twenty want, but we'll see. Yet kind of reminds me of early on in pandemic times it was probably like late maybe mid late February, when I found out that the the new James Bond movie was being delayed. Because that was supposed to come out in April. And they decided they moved it to like November. But I remember it was one of the first moment sitting at work when I saw the news where I was like. Oh. This pandemic is real. Yeah that was at the time I remember. Having discussions internally at time and just thinking personally. It's crazy that they're big to November. Why would they be November now? They look like geniuses because they sort of as this has continued to happen. All of these movies are rushing to find different dates, and I've sort of compared. You know finding the right movie release date to picking perfect wedding date. You don't want overlap with another big release that would. Not all the guests are going to come. And you also want to find a weekend when you know. A lot of people are free, so holiday weekends are always big Christmas thanksgiving Labor Day that sort of thing, so there's been just this total crush of movies. Where right now if things go the way that they are currently planned? We're just going to have a million movies released in November and December I. Don't think that that will actually happen, but they sort of James Bond beat everyone to the punch by claiming that date early. Right naming you know here. We are coming up on August. August like who knows what November's even GonNa. Look like yeah, exactly so I do think that most of those movies will probably move to twenty twenty one as well who knows, but it's sort of worst on such an ad hoc basis with all of this right now that I think the studios are also concerned and confused of course, so yeah, obviously you can't tell the future, but I do wonder like. Do you have a sense? You know you say? Probably? A million movies are gonNA drop in November December early. That's kind of the planet this point. is they're then going to be just like a huge drop off because of the stuff that should have been produced over the course of this year. That wasn't able to be because of the pandemic. I don't think we'll actually see that. Drop off until twenty twenty two because a lot of big movies that were supposed to come out this year like I remember another big kind of moment of this pandemic was real is when fast and furious nine moved from a spring of twenty, trying to spring of two thousand, twenty one, which also it doesn't the one that's taking place on Mars or something I think that the rumor is that they. I think that the actual poll of this. Is that this character Han? Who is very unjustly killed off a few movies ago, Mac so there's a whole justice for Han. A whole separate on my fast furious. Good to know. Just in case you're looking for. You on the list. So a lot of those movies have waited a full year. The top gun movie was delayed till Christmas. I think actually, but there are few other movies that have been delay pushed it back a full year. Yeah, push back a full year, so I think we will still get a crowded summer twenty twenty. One I think that we're really going to see the impact. In Twenty, twenty two where the delays in filming movies are are actually going to sort of manifest and that will be very strange. That's really interesting. So you say you don't want to do a disservice to the movies that have come out this summer that have gone straight to streaming services. What do you think are some the standouts that people shouldn't miss so I? Think that a few things have come out that have been great and entertaining, one big standout and profit by saying a lot of these movies are going to be on Netflix. Because Netflix was just more prepared for this than anybody else. WHO Like match? A four site that a pandemic was going to happen, but just by virtue of they drop a new movie every week at this point and write them have to be good. I think. The five bloods, which is Spike Lee movie that dropped on that flicks on June twelfth, and is h front runner in the very weird Oscar season. We're GONNA. Have a mom so far is definitely a standout. I think that that's one that is well worth people's time especially because there are going to be so few kind of prestige, Oscar movies that I think come out the series. Well that if you want to turn Oscar Susan that that is the way to go, okay so that one stands out I mean Hamilton. I watched as soon as dropped and APPS as. Everyone else I talked to did and I think they did a really good job of translating that to screen. Obviously, there's some reconsideration of Hamilton right now and rate. How good of a job it does! reckoning with the racism of the time. But I do think that unlike a lot of sort of problematic properties that were dealing with the summer lamelo Miranda has sort of owned up in participated in that conversations would say watch it with a grain of salt, and then go right you an internet deep dive. Researcher Slavery. And Google Hamilton slavery and just set aside a few hours for that So I think that stands out, I also really loved Palm Springs I'll too I just saw over the weekend, and I thought it was delightful. It felt like. Again try not to shade net flicks too much, but palm springs is one of the first movies released in quarantine that felt like an actual movie to me. and this came on Hulu. It came out on Hulu. It was the biggest purchase out of Sundance ever how it was supposed to be released in theaters. It was very much treated as an indie movie, but a big indie movie randy's hamburger than most people know about these days right and lonely island Andy. Sandberg's group produced it There's some Hollywood power behind it, but it felt like a fully finished movie with. With, the quirks of actual writers, directors incorporated in there and character development whereas I dunno some of the net flicks movies can feel a little bit empty to me like there was a concept and not a lot of follow through So this palm springs stood out to me. Is One a good rom com, which are hard to come by these days in to like. It felt like I would go to theater and pay money to see this movie. Yeah, totally so those are those are sort of a few that have come out so far that definitely stand out to me. As being people's time one that I've been hearing a lot about speaking of net flicks. is the old guard. I haven't watched it yet. What do you recommend it? So I do I mean? The old guard is sorta falls into that category of doesn't feel quite like a complete would be released in theaters film. And I don't. I can put my finger quite on. Why except that? I think that you know the premise of the movie is that these immortal beings are basically you know. superheroes that are constantly saving the world. I would watch that. Yeah, it's definitely entertaining, and like it's Shirley stare on shortly surrounds Great Gina Prince would who directed love and basketball won't have the greatest films of all time. Directed this and I think she does a good job. I do wish that these immortal beings were a little more interesting like if they've lived for thousands of if they had lived for thousands of years, I wish they had. More interesting quirks more things to say about the state of the world. That's a fair critique. Nothing can be perfect. It's definitely a diverted way to spend a couple of hours, and you know well worth people's time if they are looking for bad action, movies, and and kind of not even bad like. This is terrible action movie, but just like not A. Junk food. Yes, junk food. That is the perfect word for it which I mean like. Maybe the bar is really low now. Anyway. Right because it's like if I'm not leaving my house. If I got nothing to do then why not eat some junk food? You know exactly and I think that the I think that Hollywood is scared that we're going to get so used to junk food that we're not going to want to spend a little extra money on not junk food. After this is all over and that will sort of accepts. This is movies now. The netflix version of movies that feels a little bad for me and lacking in a little substance is just going to be the state of the world, and we're not going to spend the extra money to for example, see Palm Springs in theaters or see you know the Irishman in theaters vs on Netflix. To use another sort of direct networks parallel right so. What you're saying, is that essentially like if we are getting used to a lower quality than than what is our incentive to WanNa like go to the theater and spend a bunch of money. An let alone the fact that we're also like sitting. You know theoretically at least shoulder to shoulder with strangers, which is not a thing that people are super interested in doing right now during a pandemic. What do you think is sort of like the future of the movie theater industry? Like are they just doomed? Yeah, it's really hard. I mean as someone who watches a lot of movies, both in my personal life, and for work I cannot wait to get back to the movie theater. Going experience and I do think that there is that sort of feeling that once it is safe. I would happily walk several miles to go. Sit in a big theater next to some co workers or friends. Friends and watch a movie like Ted I. Wait for that to happen I am not comfortable doing right now. Though I do think that it's going to be a question of timing, and how long movie theaters can survive financially until moment where we do feel comfortable all coming back and I think that there's this fantasy that a movie like tenant or a movie like move on. It's just GonNa stuff movie theaters right off the Bat and there's going to be a moment where we all decide. Yes, this is the weekend where it's safe again. where I'm excited about going to the movies and I WANNA. Go sit next to a bunch of strangers and have them. You know spill popcorn on me. I don't think that that I. think that. That's sort of this illusive fantasy I. Don't think that that's going to be the case I. Think it's going to be a very slow trickle. I don't think people are chomping at the bit to go to the movie theaters I do think that that is why studios have been holding back the. Most expensive contents for kind of lack of a better categorization. Is because they don't want to give us Moulana streaming at home, and then have us come to expect okay I'll just wait for Milan's come onstream. I think that they want to create the incentive to go to the movie theater because it is so essential to their business. Surviving I just think that you know that means we might have many more months of not so great content. So, you're saying that it's not only like AMC theaters who need movie theaters to exist, but also Hollywood itself. Yes Hollywood definitely need movie theater to exist I mean the reason that you can make a movie like tenant for hundreds of millions of dollars is because you make. Hundreds of millions of dollars back by selling movie theater tickets. There's just no way that they can make that on Vod. It's not possible, so we'll see how they strategize it going forward, but I think sort of takeaway from this is that Netflix was already fighting it into the Hollywood. Business an Hollywood was not prepared for it, and this is just accelerating the process. So you've mentioned tenant a couple times, this is the newest is it's Sifi right from Christopher Nolan. Yes, it's a new Christopher Nolan movie. The reason I keep mentioning Tenet is because Christopher Nolan. Or Warner brothers have styled tenant as sort of the movie that is going to save the summer blockbuster season. They keep talking about is the first big movie that's going to open the movie. That's going to draw people back to theaters movie. That's GonNa save movie theaters the movie that's going to save the concept of summer blockbuster the movie that's GonNa. Make us feel better again and. I mean that sounds great i. does sound great I mean in fairness them. It's a good movie to pick to pin that on. Because Christopher Nolan is one of if not the only director left who can drop a totally original film that has nothing to do with comic book series. A book is not marble is not DC, NI, and, but this is still one of those like big loud movies. That's like perfect for a movie like a theater going experience that right, yes, yeah heart of the appeal of a movie like ten is that you see it with a big group of people rate, and then will gasp at the same reveal exactly like some of my favorite summer. Summer movie moments are the moments where you know. Something crazy happens in everybody screams. Everybody laughs I think of I. Guess is two summers ago. When the last mission impossible became out and spoiler alert for the first half hour of the mission impossible movie, there's a moment where they are jumping out of an airplane. A character gets struck by lightning and funny in this amass the lost bear market. And as well as the greatest movie memories ever had because it was just this collaborative woman just happened. And those are the best. That's amazing. That's so good well, even though we have just learned that the ten release has been delayed indefinitely, I hope cautiously optimistic that that will. That will have that again someday soon, ish. I hope so too. And in the meantime there are things to watch at home They might not be the things that we were excited about several months ago. but there are things to watch at home, and after this kind of summer movie season is over frankly studios graft figure out what to do with their Oscar contents, and I would not be surprised if a lot of them just get released straight to streaming so that they can qualify for the Oscars this year. Wow, the Oscars, which have officially been postponed right, yes, the Oscars have officially been postponed, and they've also changed their rules, so that movies that are released to streaming can qualify which is a. Huge concession on their part Isis County will change the back afterwards, but it's been a big fight in Hollywood as to whether streaming movies can count for the Oscars in hopes of saving the movie theater, going experience, and so now streaming movies will qualify and I think that's going to change the calculus for a lot of studios that aren't necessarily trying to make big money movies that they are trying to win awards. Interesting

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Nature, or nurtured? A politicised virus-origin hunt

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:43 min | 1 year ago

Nature, or nurtured? A politicised virus-origin hunt

"The origin of the novel Corona Virus Wear and POW. Actually I infected. Human has become more than a scientific question yesterday. President Donald Trump claimed he had seen evidence that the virus came from a laboratory in China will look at exactly where it came from who it came from how it happened. Separately and also scientifically. So we're going to be able to find at my question is. Have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that the Wuhan Institute of Urology was the origins virus? Yes that's not what Mr Trump's own intelligence services have suggested they say they've seen no evidence of genetic engineering and that's what scientists are saying so far too but the story is nowhere near complete before the initial outbreak. In a Chinese city of Wuhan. The trail goes cold. There's much more than a blame game at stake here. Finding out exactly how. This latest corona virus made the leap into humans is vital putting a stop to future outbreaks over the last twenty years. Humans have been hit three times by Corona viruses that cools fatalities. Natasha Luder is our health policy editor. The first signs of trouble were in two thousand two. When saws entered human population. The second sign of trouble was in two thousand twelve when mesmerized somewhere in the Middle East and now the question everybody in the Raji and epidemiology wants answered is where exactly Saws Kobe. To the virus that causes coded nineteen came from are the potential origins of this corona virus. Well the main theory is that this virus jumped from an animal probably in the city of Wuhan towards the end of last year another theory. Is that the spillover event as they're called happened somewhere else and the virus actually has been spreading in humans unnoticed for some time and it arrived in the food markets on was simply kind of amplified in the unsanitary conditions that the Wuhan Market was Warren of little shops. The animals are being gutted that kept in cages on top of each other and it sounds really kind of unsanitary. The third theory which is seen as less likely is that it leaked from Lavar trade. That was handling viruses. And why is it so important to address that question specifically the origin question? A number of reasons the most important being that if there's a precursor virus that is circulating currently in an animal now in China it could jump over into humans again and could cause another outbreak if we can find out how this virus jumped over into humans the maybe we can stop these kind of things happening again in the future. Where does the research point so far with the current state of play in terms of an origin most human corona viruses like saws covy to have animal origins both saws original saws on murders that ancestral virus was about that bat virus then transferred into an intermediate animal and then jumped into humans? We already know that there is a bat virus that look similar to size covy too so we have some clues that are pointing in that direction too. Why is the hunt on for an intermediate animal? Why is it so certain? Hasn't come directly from bats. Well it is possible that it came directly from bats but the fact is the humans. Don't have much contact with bats. And so the way that we have had viruses before that have ultimately oath origin tobacconists through an intermediate species with Mas. The Bat virus jumped into camels in the case of Sauce. Kofi we don't know what the intermediate species is this being a lot of speculation people wondering about penguins. We know that it's the virus could transfer into cats. It could be any of a number of animals. You keep saying jumping and transference. How exactly does that happen? I is it changing all the time. And so if you imagine you've got a virus in a bat and every time it reproduces though be an era a genetic mutation and so they changed. Just slowly through random mutation. That's one way but if there are two different viruses in the SAIMAA animal on Bass do carry a number of different current viruses. What happens is the two different viruses can exchange genetic information through something called recombination and recombination allows for kind of big shifts in the way that a virus works and so you can exchange loss of genetic material between two devices will unavoidable questions. Here is the line of inquiry about not having been a complete random event about it being engineered in a lab some conspiracy theorists would suggest scientists have looked at at theory Eliana and they dismissed quite quickly and said it just doesn't like it's been genetically engineered if you were going to genetically engineered virus you would take bits of. Barr says that exist you Bolton together to create something new and that isn't the case this sequences completely novel. It looks like it's the product of some sort of naturally evolutionary process. So we can rule out the genetic engineering but we can't rule out is a laboratory release a tall. There's no doubt that to laboratories in will hand were working with back Corona viruses. But some people have pointed out that with lots of people handling bats in these laboratories. Isn't it possible that the bat virus jump straight from the baton to human who is infected in some kind of laboratory accident and who then carried it into the city of Wuhan Festival? It's very difficult. Proven negative and so one of the concerns about this hypothesis is while it's a completely reasonable question to ask. The question has become quite political. Nasty Way I'm not ready to rule out the possibility of a laboratory origin but I think it has to be one of the less likely options that we are pursuing. If we'RE GONNA get distracted by essentially politicians trying to score points win. Lose sight of the science questions which important public health will permit to be distracted. Though you say people are in these high security labs that is to say these leaks. Don't happen I mean truly they do. Yeah I mean we get leagues all the time. You have leaks from arteries around the world. The math outbreak in Britain came from laboratory. You've had saws escape in China twice. You've had outbreaks in US laboratories. I mean remember the Dod. It managed to send live anthrax in the post to over two hundred countries around the world. I think you need to take a step back Jason. When saws broke out when I broke out when AIDS broke out there. Were PEOPLE READY WITH SERIOUS. These genetically engineered viruses and they all turned out not to be true and so it is a very human thing to speculate that that's swear novel virus comes from but all I can turn back to is science and say while it doesn't look like one. Do you have a sense of science will ever pin this down? We'll we know what the intermediate animal was or or indeed could be or where we might expect to see future corona viruses pop out and be able control that in some way. So I'm not to mistake. I think we will get to all of these questions. One thing we do is we can start looking at blood samples from humans going back into November and figuring out if they have antibodies to saws copay. And that would give us some idea of whether this virus really did start on that focal point of the Wuhan market which it may not have done or were circulating more widely in Wuhan off further beyond what scientists also need to do is interview in detail. The early cases for that. Some cooperation from the Chinese would be very useful. I do have concerns the that the charge nature of the debate is making it more difficult for the Chinese to be supportive open and welcoming to outside scientific inquiry exchange of information between scientists happened before this and it will happen after this. I would guess it would be happening. A little bit more consistently and openly. Were not for the fact that this has become such a political hot potato

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There Goes The Bride: Coronavirus Is Hitting The Wedding Industry

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:19 min | 1 year ago

There Goes The Bride: Coronavirus Is Hitting The Wedding Industry

"Antonio. Public life has essentially been cancelled in the US in order to stop the spread of the corona virus. But it's not just big public events that have stopped now even small. Personal gatherings are off limits which means weddings. Texas public. Radio's Paul Flav tells us how couples and the industry are coping to win and Alan Gross stopped at the county courthouse in San Antonio Monday to pick up their marriage license. Caught up with them right. After given the current pandemic stood about as far away as my microphone would allow. They did get the license but the moment isn't as happy as they'd hoped. I admittedly almost cried when we got our marriage license. Because I don't know whether or not it's going to happen. Her mother lives in Houston where the two are scheduled Mary in two weeks in a Catholic ceremony at each mass her mother's monitoring how the church will handle the situation. I talked to my mom last night and she texted me this morning. Most of their family would need to fly and many are elderly. Alan says they've already had twenty cancellations to be safe. We know we have a lot of traveling. They'd have to get on the plane and You know our elderly relatives to so it's really about safety. They had been planning for a year but in the end the decision was made for them a few hours after the interview. The County BAR GATHERINGS LARGER THAN TEN PEOPLE A. How are Y'all? I'M SO TIRED JESSICA ELIANA 'S TJ Stransky video conference with their wedding planner Jordan Meinie about next steps after. They postponed their wedding. Keep that within twenty twenty. I mean it's hard because don't know how long this is. GonNa last weekend say may have by April doesn't look any better research on the same boat. The couple may still lose deposits because of the reschedule but mainly says vendors are being flexible. There's insurance then you floors caterers. And many other details to iron out. Keep it in two thousand twenty. They may need a book on an off day Thursday or Friday. They aren't crazy about this idea but in the end they just want to be married. They agreed to reconnect with the wedding planner. In a few days I A lot. I'm glad Liam planner though magic all the vendors. Oh God yeah in tears no cellist Christina trombone warming up for practice at her home in San Antonio. She's one of many depending in part on weddings for their livelihoods. She books musicians and performs at around two hundred weddings a year. This persists it will hurt. That can definitely be several hundreds of dollars loss. It's it's definitely troublesome because you know that's money that we use for paying bills the groom to be Tj scraggy struggles to keep perspective. Obviously we have to take care of everybody and we have to think of ourselves as a society in but it's hard to not be a little selfish about this event. Being cancelled. Weddings are not just about couples. Of course it's going to be a while before anyone planners the musicians or the families can get together to celebrate

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Global AI Adoption Trends

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:31 min | 2 years ago

Global AI Adoption Trends

"Hello and welcome to the AI today. PODCAST I'm your host Kathleen Mulch. I'm your host Ronald smells so one of the things we do at cognitive let occurs we produce research on the markets and landscape. We look across all the people that we've spent time talking to the use cases. The case studies all Venice. Did you spend time talking to and we ask ourselves the question once a year. Well how is he. I being adopted worldwide. What's happening in the world with people actually implementing an yeah right right are people or companies are certain regions more heavily adopting ai than others? What's really going on so a few weeks ago? We published the report called Global. Ai Adoption trends and forecast for twenty twenty. So we'll linked to it in the show notes. This one is a free download so we encourage all of our listeners to download it and check out the findings but we're going to spend some time today going through the report itself and highlight some of the key findings and maybe some unique or interesting. MM findings that we found from the survey and the report that we did and so the way that we accomplished this as we serve it we sent out the survey to over fifteen hundred individuals individuals various different companies and countries all over the world and got some two hundred and something responses and use those responses to one inform US specifically what's happening of course allowed allowed to also generalize in some ways about the trends that we're seeing for that if you're interested by the way participating in future surveys. I encourage you to reach out to us. Send us an email to info so I- NFO at Melissa and L. Y.. Dot Com and we would be happy. Include you in future service right so so we'll go through some of the key findings first and then the way that we also broke. This down was by our seven patterns obey because we said okay. Well let's one thing to say people are adopting ai but how truly are. Are you adopting A. Are you doing predictive analytics. Application or chat BOT application or hyper personalization application so some of the key findings that we've found from the the report is that by twenty twenty five over forty percent of the respondents that answered our survey said that they will implement a I in one or more of the identified seven patterns earns of Ai and almost ninety percent said that they'll have some sort of impress a implementation over the next two years. We found those numbers to be. You know very positive positive signs for the industry because it saying almost half will implement one or more pattern by two thousand twenty five so just a few years and then ninety percent so nine out of ten said that they'll have some sort of a m progress within the next two years so you might be thinking. He's looks like contradictory information. Wise that the forty percent or say and do but ninety percent have a project that they're doing two years you would think that ninety percent they're doing well this has to do with of course understanding versus the patterns because we asked them all. Okay yeah great well. Let's not talk about. How many of you are looking at doing a chat Bot and the next two years okay? How many of you are looking at doing a machine learning predictive analytics or recognition project or some sort of automation project? That's using cognitive automation. Oh well all of a sudden now. The numbers started going up and in our chart will show you kind of how the adoption patterns are looking looking because basically when you start looking at the more details yeah machine learning honestly an ai are being embedded in everything and it actually may be difficult to avoid using a machine learning. So even if you're saying well maybe we're not intending to build her on machine learning models it may end up being the end up using them anyways so we also sort of looked looked at turtle how the world was moving with. We're like well. Maybe you know North America Europe bird kind of moving at a different pace Rasiah Africa. Now you know what this is one of the interesting things about I in our research from all respondents and a response come from all over the planet they are all roughly moving at the same pace. It is true that you know Australia. Eliana Asia Europe. They have different timing. What their plans? But basically it's not like we're seeing an over concentration of aggressive plans and North American Europe and less so otherwise it's just it seems like this is just the global movement and then another thing we've talked about process automation a a lot and many companies especially many government agencies here in the. US are very hot and heavy on and process automation. In general. What we found is that fifty four percent of respondents plan to implement a approaches to process automation within the next few years so over half and then fifty two percent of respondents plan into implement a enabled conversational systems by twenty twenty five so those again were not really surprising numbers for us but something that we wanted to point out because because people are finding value in automation and I think in general taking their data cleansing it and then using it for higher level value uh-huh and so when they're able to take cognitive approaches in process automation they're starting to really see value in so we're excited that people who are really moving forward with that? Let me talk about a enabled conversational systems all the time and how companies can use that to help in a variety of different ways that can help with customer service service can also help with. It self service so they could use it internally as well and it's able to allow companies to do more with the same or less resources than before right right so our last sort of key finding sort of digging so some of the more details in a moment is that for the organizations that are sort of struggling with making ai ham or like a haven't quite quite yet taken the step. What they've said is that their biggest barrier to adoption is actually insufficient quantity or quality of data? That's like one of the biggest things things followed by lack of talent so basically people in data for a lot of response to send you know even for the people who are moving ahead. They have acknowledged that these are things that a slowing them down so for the companies that are not planning to implement ai at all within the for the next two years. The thing that they said was the biggest showstopper was just. They haven't yet justify the Arwa. which kind of makes sense or that? There isn't enough of an advantage of AI. Over non approach sprang for the ones that have taken that next episode okay. I think there's I want to do this project you know. I have have an R. Y.. I think it's going to give me an advantage. There getting stuck on people and data right right and that really comes as no surprise because cleaning data it can be a very very manual process very time intensive it can also be very costly as well and depending on the sensitivity of that data. That depends on what vendor or you can go with and where physically the data needs to be cleansed and crapped then followed by limited availability for a talent and skills. We've talked about. There's a big telling cruncher especially around data scientists so some of these smaller organizations. Just don't have the money to afford a data scientist on their team. So what can and they do then. That's where they're limited by hiring talent so digging a little bit deeper in one of the things we did our report is we asked them say okay. Well how many of you doing okay. Great Right now. How many of you are doing hyper civilization or pattern about is a nominally? Is predictive analytics. No automation which is not AI. We spent many reports talking about that. But we do track it because it is that when those pathways to get Aso we talk about process automation separate from autonomous systems. And then we talk about conversational systems recognition recognition systems and then goal driven system. And maybe it might not come as much of a surprise but the thing that's been the most widely implemented as of last year conversational national systems chat bots voice assistance Alexa skills. You know smart tech spots and embed. Yeah because you may not necessarily be thinking of those things is they. They're are all powered by machine learning especially the constitutional system. I you know high rate of adoption moving at a very sort of steady in four grants annual growth that the annual growth but like the OT overall adoption is like twenty percent and twenty four percent just keeps growing that episode. The thing that's kind of more interesting is the ramp. The rate at which people are implementing running process automation right or plan to within the next few years so in twenty nineteen there were about. Ten percent of participants had are bought in production production. Twenty twenty about sixteen percent but by twenty twenty five so five years from now fifty four percent so one out of every two every other. Yeah half half of the people want to have. Rpa In practice and implementation at their various companies and that says a lot to the growth in the potential of that

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Dude Chat with Eli Weinstein, LMSW

Not Another Anxiety Show

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Dude Chat with Eli Weinstein, LMSW

"Welcome everyone to not another anxiety. Show I'm Eric Letham and I am here today with Mr Elliot Weinstein Gene Kelly. How are you good? I thought I lost I had been mispronouncing your name. You know I had been calling the ally but as we'll see it's How do you pronounce your full first name for those? That probably can't like me. The first full name is Eliana which is a Hebrew name but everyone knows me Ellie Ellie not I love that well. Ellie is graciously joining us today. He is a social worker. Therapist worked in a psychiatric hospital intensive outpatient clinic and currently works in community clinics in Queens. He He created elevation which I had my hold this whole time and my had been pronouncing allieviation dot org but its elevation. And we're going to link you to the show notes and everything like that but you've created that site to help fill a need for those struggling and to add extra inspiration and motivation evasion into everyday life. He has gone through his own struggles with anxiety. E. D. H. D. and men's issues being new dad body image issues relationships in general self-esteem incompetence just to name a few I. His main goal is to help people on their journey to add support. Care empathy expertise not insight. He Runs Events Seminars and individual coaching on topics from Mental Health Awareness Public Speaking Coaching relationship coaching and incompetence boosting. So thank you so much for being here. Were always excited to have somebody so passionate about what they do. And I'm personally excited to have a dude on the show so hello hey thanks for having me anytime so you do a lot. You're busy guy dumped the more than others via and you are in new daddy said right. Maybe ricky is almost eight months Iraqi. Okay well that's funny age when they can sit up and start laughing at everything and now she's going through a wonderful sleep progression which is so rich. Well like I mentioned before you and I record. I've been craving real conversations with real people about the real lives lives and passions and struggles and always pumped. I'm always intrigued. When someone's struggle becomes how they make a difference in the world old and it seems like you're really on the path to doing that? You're you're really making a difference in fact you were just on the Kelly Clarkson show which is super exciting. Yeah and rumor has it. She's Pretty Nice. It's a nice actually nice you know. Yeah Yeah I'd scoop into who is nice and who wasn't from the drivers that took me to and from the airport to give you all the fun conversation Asian or next time you're on that's what we're GonNa talk about just a list McConnell so elliot how did you get into in this world of you know this passion of of making mental health better author growing grown up. I was you know pushed onto taking medication from. ADHD seeing psychiatrists psychologists therapists going through the struggles of not really getting social cues impulsivity issues. being extremely emotional which is one of the side effects of Having Adhd and one of the powers and it took give me a long time to understand that what I was going through was was powerful and that is a superpower that I try to utilize that I am more social being being now because of all those struggles am very much in tune in self aware to my emotional states and could talk to the wall if need be Because of those powers have and that being said I love helping people. It is something that I believe is my passion by purpose. Listen life is to be a loving and caring to those that need it and it's something that has driven me to do a lot of things and push myself further and further further. What I'm doing everyday I don't know I have heard anyone else? Describe their emotions and the like the emotional journey that you you go through and have gone through as a superpower but honestly that's that's the way I feel I'm coming up on five years of recognizing my own struggle with anxiety specifically and I celebrate every single year because it's my superpower. You're it's exactly how I'm GonNa make a difference in the world so that's really really cool That you mentioned that and we got where there is not the sort of thinking of as silly as it is and it's actually not silly at all. I mean there's all these amazing you know Marvel Superhero movies and shows and Netflix series of origin stories. And and isn't that the hero's journey is is you know it's it's messy and it's gritty and it. It's there's a point to it you know I mean even the greatest greatest superhero. I don't WanNa get into conversation right now. You'd see but I I have a lot of friends and myself who are huge fans of both but if we look at the classic Superhero Superman who was born with. These powers wasn't powerful on his own planet but until he came to the struggles Argos of earth and was an outcast. Did he learn who he truly was. I need to have a whole another. So are we already have an episode. You're coming back on to talk about being a dad which we haven't even mentioned where you're coming back on and tell us while terrible celebrities are and now you're coming we're GONNA come on we're GonNa talk about marvel versus DC but that's a whole lesson that we're summer planned So I don't WanNa lose the threat of the the hero's journey but it's it's making me think of something else. which is you're very open and honest and you and you said that before we hit record open book you've been through so much Why why is it hard? And this is such a huge question. And I don't mean to spring something so loaded on you but it seems hard. Let me let me rephrase it seems so hard for men to be emotionally honest. I'm a woman I happen to be a gay woman who doesn't have a problem being tough. That's sort of my world you know but I have the. I have the emotional flexibility to do that and it sort of seems unfair. Seems unfair that we we live in a culture and are you still in New York. I'M IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. You are because you said that you work in Queens. It's you know being in the northeast. Being in America we have a culture scenes of a demanding vulnerability from everyone including shooting men and not really allowing that You know as I think Bernie Brown says I love her name. Brown says something about we want men to sort of die on the white horse Do you being one being a man at all period And to being a a man in this world being a therapist I mean what do you what do you think that is that our culture. What a big question and I was Kinda love that you quoted first of Albany Brown who I loved one day Renee Brown? If you're listening a looking at you but she's listening. I got my little hat right now. For what the person that I always loved to quote when it comes to men's issues and I talk to once in a while. He's amazing resource. His name is Louis House and one of the things that he talks about in his books mask of masculinity is caused of for years before any of us were around back in the long longtime ago ago men were known as the strong one the Nubia man being no be strong stand up fight for the family protect us. It was. This is idea of strength. which on the roles have adjusted changed? Moved whatever you would like to put a word word to it and it's not only just the man who can do that and probably wasn't the man who could do that back in the day either but just what is a was assigned but that is the issue when it is looked at as weakness for some reason emotions and I declined today who told me that he was crying. His wife for twenty minutes straight and he was embarrassed really why because he said. You can't cry. I gotta be strong for her. I said No. It's okay to cry because you're struggling and you need her to support you

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State of the Union address: Trump hits grand slam, while Pelosi just looks sad

America's First News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

State of the Union address: Trump hits grand slam, while Pelosi just looks sad

"Republican legislators chanting four more years while Democrats say the president lied about the economy noting middle America is not the stock market and that expansion began under former president Obama president trump also using the state of the union by a surprising a military wife Amy Williams and her family with a reunion especially spouses like Amy Williams from Fort Bragg North Carolina and her two children six year old Eliana and three year old Roanoke Amy works full time and volunteers countless hours helping other military families for the past seven months she's done it all while her husband sergeant first class Townsend Williams is in Afghanistan on his fourth deployment in the Middle East Amy's kids haven't seen their father's face in many months Amy here family sacrifice makes it possible for all of our families to live in safety and peace and we want to thank you thank you

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Reaction to John McAfee Interview

The Common Cents Show

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Reaction to John McAfee Interview

"All right man so Do you look I just. I'm thinking about how when we do the interview like you. You like exhausted afterwards. Like it's like you had to like cruel of to a debt. Take a nap. If you've even do the drugs that he he did. Maybe that's why very limited news life. That's why he has so much energy just like he doesn't stop man. What do you think he was drinking in that jar? I don't know look like a whiskey type of juryman. Yeah like in a mason jar though. That's the problem. I'm having been drinking with them. I kind of feel like we should have been like drink. Sipa something from Oak cask. He did say we could do a follow up. So yeah that's GONNA be awesome. Maybe the next time his wife on. Aw We'll have we'll be all set with the studio drinks Scotch. Yeah now. Definitely looking forward to Tom Kind of checking back in with Janssen do we do we call him. We call him John Now. We don't Mike McAfee that we're at our relationship. Exactly that's what I do her. She came on. I'm like Janice like this days when we just like you know. I think she got into the back. They were like yeah like you know we know black woman. She's you talk about his wife and obviously his wife is black and we're just like our wiser black too. She was like Oh. It's nice to hear the black white kind of you know. Yeah Yeah when you've been isolation moving moving around the world all like I saw you use that card pretty quickly. Yeah gotTA endear yourself to your audience. My wife got a loud mouth to trust to the people. I haven't seen Sir thank God. She don't listen to the show in our great supporting lives. They are right exactly. I think they listen to episode one half of episode one high love the show and how. How dark was the room that he was wearing sunglasses in mysterious glacier? It was so dark that he had to like get closer to the screen just to hear we retained so but yet the sunglasses through. It's like trying to focus on roads. You turn the volume down. Radio pay attention like wait a minute so the funny thing is that there if you really listen to what he was saying there are lessons in what he was saying even though the wrapped up in Purple Drug Hayes and you know bad Internet connection like I feel like like when he was talking about when I talked about on I asked him about the entrepreneur question right and like you know like like how do you start Blah Blah Blah as entrepreneur. What was like and he just like? He opened up the computer and he described in some like Melissa Lewis. It's crazy way Lewis. Yeah it was kind of it was actually. It wasn't Lewis. It wasn't sweet sounding like honey. It was more like a scraping nails across. But but when he was describing when he was describing what it was like the believe it or and I actually kind of understood that part because he's just like he opened the computer and he saw it differently it was like it was like a living organism to him as opposed to something. Something other people saw. I think that's I think that's the beauty about real entrepreneurship. We kind of touched on this during the show to were. You started to try to get thought about you. Know seeing seeing a hole and filling it a place. Yeah in the marketplace before he contradicted me like I mean contradicted himself unlike thirty seconds came up with the same story. Yeah yeah he's like you don't WanNa find a whole marketplace. You WanNa find a hole in the ground if indeed get I do feel his point though. And what do you think he was trying to say. I think it was a very circular circular way of basically saying what he was trying to say is instead of trying to focus on the marketplace. Focus on your life as you focus on your life. You're probably naturally gonNA find something that doesn't help you to have hap as happy of a life as happy or somewhere you're going to find a hole in your personal lives that we are trying trying to look into. Hey I want to be a better father I wanna be about husband about a wife a better whatever and to to enjoy this and as you do that for instance I guess in his case. It's like hey I'm trying to get online and do something. Oh wait a minute. I can't do that. Boom there's a whole because of the virus. Let Me Build Antivirus Company and software. So yeah and he says something. That was interesting when he was talking about like how he was gone through the process of trying to like when he developed the antivirus it was because he saw something the other people. DNC which was the fact that What a virus ultimately could due to a computer if it was unchecked? You know which is funny because it kind of goes to where his present day state of minds governments unchecked crypto unchecked currency unchecked. Take the power back as people and he didn't want money for the antivirus at the beginning. Many many of his if you if you follow John McAfee many of his business ventures even to this day all center around one word paranoia Um literally. That's what McAfee virus is it's paranoia. It's paranoid prevention. I don't want to scare that's going to happen. Even to crypto currency. He's not bullish on cryptocurrency. Being this form of like digital gold. You don't hear them talk about that per se. He's talking about in the sense that the government from it can't control the currency and so it gives power back to the people right so everything just continues to revolve around this. You know. I don't know what that is whether it's you know a life of Experience or drugs coordination this way like even the fact that he sold the company when he did so. They estimate that he made about one hundred million dollars but but if he had held on for a few years he would have made over seven billion. That's how much they may when they sold the company while years later so he would have had by ten twenty times the amount out he actually sold the company for. He's sold out like too early. You know yeah that was. That was crazy I I read that when I was Kinda reading up on some of the story story before we started as wild he was probably the hardest interview to prepare. Let's we've ever done one hundred millions. Nothing is sneeze at though. No I'm not saying that but you know what I mean like. Yeah I mean that in terms of like that goes was paranoia. Do something get out quickly and then you know. But but that paranoia cost him like hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars one hundred million dollars is not chump change. You don't mean you could have had a billion actually probably would've had a billion dollars. Yeah as opposed to one hundred million eliana which is one hundred hundred million. So it's like that's a different. I agree with the last statement though one hundred percent. Yeah well this was a very difficult. Oh yeah yeah prepare for. How do you prepare because you know you have a limited about this? Yeah how much do we have like forty minutes. Maybe in that we probably really only have like three three minutes exactly was like he's not afraid to go in. You know which is cool. I mean that's his life history while the Dominican Republic was fascinating that was plenty Just interesting his wife obviously loves him a lot you know. Oh Yeah Either that she can't go back to any other country so shout the Janice yes. Yes is cool. She's cool from the beginning.

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For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

Peace Out

08:31 min | 2 years ago

For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

"Hello. Welcome to a special bonus episode of peace out last season. We asked you to tell us about your safe space. The place and people people with whom you felt safest happiest and commerce now. Why did we ask you that? It's important for all of us to have a place or person that we know we can always go to when we're feeling upset or worried or scared a place where you feel feel calm a place where you can really feel that you can be yourself and a person who can cheer you up. Or if they can't they're able to just sit quietly with you for as long as you need or maybe it's something like a Steffi or your fluffy's pillow something comforting thing and that reminds you of all the other times you felt your most relaxed. We heard from children from all around the world. We couldn't share share them all during season three but we did listen to them all and they were just so amazing that we're going to share them here now. Let's start art with vivid here. She is and then Pan Am nine years old massive spacious beach because I love jumping over waves and looking at all the beautiful things I have all the wildlife and I hope you do too by. I do of wildlife to thanks for sharing the highway. Wish Day I live in Montreal. My call place is when I'm in bed. You're listening to peace out with my mom. My happy place is when I rather may school with my friend. Layla messy shoddy. Sounds like yes really amazing people people in your life including your mom in Leyla now. Here's Kylie I'm. I'm six years all I live in. Should call go my safe spaces with rideshare me listening to your podcast Kylie I. I wonder if you're listening with your family right now. The sound wonderful and so do you brea in the United States throat in. Hi My name is brea and I love peace out. I listened to it every night. I am ten years old and in Illinois. My safe-space is when I'm with my stuffed animal. Edward is actually five years old. My Com space is when I'm in bed listening to peace out. My happy space is when I'm with my African side Neck Turtle Quirky once again. I love peace out. Thanks for you and we love you to say hello to Edward and quack for us we want to say hello to Mrs Manners. And her amazing students they listen to peace out in the afternoons and wanted to share their safe spaces to hear our CAITLYN. Ellis I'm Caitlyn. I'm a lesson and die forming. Good I listen to peace with my teacher Mrs Mattis I like peace because it calms me down off to a hot day of whack. My happy place is in my bedroom with all my favorite toys video games might come place. Nice is in delivering with with my family impacts. ps I most his stick. My Name is Alice on eleven years old or listen the UK and listen to peace with multi Mismanaged at school. I like peace out because it's relaxing so relaxing. My happy places hyman playing xbox Michael in places saying in the corner of my room peace out high hi articles Kian undermine eleven years old and on some England. Are you love pace out because does it makes me relax and full to sleep. Pay Out and pay within. Thank you Mrs Mrs Manners. Sounds like an awesome teacher. And you all sound like incredible students who are aware of what works for you and what you can do to help the yourself. Calm down and relax. Thank you here are few listeners. Who Saves Space is at home getting comfy and cozy right before or they go to sleep or just being at home with their families? My Name is Colin Alliot. Three years old but species species with ceased spaces with by dad in Family is blige Bought my mom copy space in my bed. Listen to peace out my name. Is Wesley aaliyah hit an. Im five years old. I am corner Elliott's brother and myself space is called lean with my brother. My a happy space is Pints Walker my backyard with my dad and my brother and my com space is at my house. Curled up was Steffi's Boeing kit surrounding me. Hi My name is August. I'm for years old. L. Of in California. Yeah and my happy space is my playroom and my calms basis. My Bird and my safe places at home. Hello I'm Friday at five years old from England I come is where my family by safe-space more make my my happy space grandad alone renamed tug review. Loan my happiest basis with my family. mccombs bit is playing That with this time and come uh-huh in my little hammocks wing. Hi My name is Eliana. My space is with my family. M My happy ladies. Having to Butler's at at my friend's house and my Calms Space Israel will win I near nature by money courtroom and I love in Philadelphia Mice safe-space Israel my parents and my happy space is a my bed. In my com space is worsening. The piece Oh hello my name is so sixers or I live in Auto Minnesota. My Com space is in my room. My safe spaces risk by dead. My hobbies I is with my family. I like peace show thanks. My name is Alice in. I M. I'm for Michael's space is a marine corner in my bed. I'm happy when I'm moon vacation with family. Hello Chanel my name is Charlotte. I'm four years old. I live in Seamy Valley cowl Slovenia and Assoc. Now's the Best Denaro saw Mitt and my happy place is when I'm with my family playing at school with my friends and my comes. Fleiss is is listening. Piece Adam appeasal than with my mom making her rubbed my back in the software back. Thank you coren Wesley. August Frazier Dr Tag Eliana Coltrane Silas Ellis and Charlotte. The world is such an exciting place to explore in discover. But it's always so good to know that you have a safe space at home to go back to and with people there who love you. Thank you all for sharing during

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"eliana " Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Met most of my fans in person just as I'm walking doing my day to day tasks but I've had one fan follow me I don't know how long she was long before but she was super sweet I haven't had any negative experiences yet all right and are you having fun is it a blast doing what you're doing well I am having the time of my life and you have no plans to get any sort of apartment or house at this point I mean clearly the business is going good you could if you wanted to yeah I mean eventually I do want to build a little tiny home and start a farm but right now the next project is building another band all right in this van is a he said a military band is going to be converted to to what your twin you need basically yeah military band that is equipped with everything I need to do international travel oh my god that sounds expensive is of military van crazy expensive a what's the range on that I'm they they range from cheap to really expensive by I'm gonna try to keep it cheap and just build as I go all right yeah coming up next to have to ask you the question I ask everybody and I'm I'm obsessed with the paranormal can you had apparently killed right sort of yeah I have I've had to actually fight with each other details coming up next you know Eliana in the studio number one next on kiss FM. where is assurance knows that when you're in the car and that song comes. no not that one. well yes that's the one. you have no choice but to pull out your imaginary drumsticks and smash those symbols and stop on that kick pedal. unfortunately is.

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Game of Thrones Finale: Interview with 'GoT Thrones' Podcast

All Of It

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Game of Thrones Finale: Interview with 'GoT Thrones' Podcast

"To game of thrones, which is just Ed its final episode. Billy two hundred broadcasters have been showing around the world of the past eight years, or so it hugely popular as an idea. That's the most piracy show of the moment. It's about dragons, dynasties vying for power, lots of spectacular battles and imaginative murders with its massive budgets and production values. It's a bit more than TV. It's basically a series of films, which have been going on to safer just under ten years. It's a cult so, so ugly, a communal experience people have been watching this, and arguing about it all round the world. It's now ended now with all spoiler alert in mind. We gingerly crossed the Los Angeles and talk to the host of got thrones that GIO, teak game of thrones thrones, the game of thrones podcast, Alexandra August, welcome to the program. Eliana all shows must die. Sadly, but did this. One died in the right way. I am shocked at you are that it's deck the landing. I am I watched episode and I with Lee got about how well it executed the ending to a terrier that is completely incompatible. No, that is interesting because this lost series just to bring people who have been living on the moon such as me to follow. But I do know that there is being an awful lot of fuss from funds, saying, this launched show ain't so good. Using to say goes out on a bang. I mean, it's an incredible job for them to pull up eight years of characters and plots because if it was describe it for those who don't know it that will there's a lot of characters and a lot of plots they had a big job to bring it to an end and they. I mean you eight years, the plot, I say, sixteen years, I mean, this is a show that the source material has been working for, like, since the early ninety. And so the idea that it's not eight years plot. It's twenty years of thought that they brought to a close tonight and they did it very, very well. I mean kind of like especially since last week, which everyone like universally hated. They actually brought to a close of really well, and I'm kind of shocked that we're able to do it. But what about the idea that the result, Reggie a petition of a million signatures to remake the entire last season? But some people and they I mean what do you think about that? Do you understand why people are so agitated? Absolutely understand my biller. Why people are dated. I. Really understand why they think petition to remake I Stephen of television that network has put on, we'll actually do anything. Using the last episode much change. Some minds. I hope so I genuinely hope so it's only because it's not just a writer director and the actors are making the show. Keet rips and editors and. Writers, distant and other people that are part of this crew that are making this show. This is a communal effort involving hundreds upon hundreds of people, I want to ask about the communal because that is an interesting thing. I mean you host a blog for a community. Everyone said that communal TV was dead. It seems to have resurrected you can be another game of thrones. The can do this. Give it turns lightning about it's several different elements that have worked in a certain amount of time, and I think it could happen again. But I think that it would take a particular kind of genius to make it happen again. Well, genius is over for now. August there amongst the rubble of this amazing phenomenon game of thrones with the message. Spoiler alerts in mind. It might not be as bad as you think indeed. It might be

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"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Can follow Eliana at Eliana. Why Johnson on Twitter she is with politico, of course, longtime friend, good morning, Eliana. How are you? Good morning, Hugh. I'm great. Thank good. Good. Good. Good. Good happy spring to you. Let me run down the new CNN poll. Just at Joe Biden. Thirty nine percent Bernie Sanders. Fifteen percent Elizabeth Warren eight percent heat. But adjudge seven percent beta the bust aerobic six percent, comma Harris five percent Booker two percent Tulsi Gabbard two percent closure. Two percent Castro percent. Gillibrand one percent instantly went percent swallow. One percent. Williamson one percent when present to Blasi less than one percent Ryan less than one percent and zero percent, Bennett Delaney, Hickenlooper message and molten your reaction. It really. I still think that there are a lot of candidates primarily Biden, Bernie, it's difficult to know if they're getting a big numbers because of name ID or because of their performance, and I still think we need the debate who suss out which of these candidates are durable. It seemed to me that that Bego is there to hear that I consider to be best beyond best Elizabeth Warren who ought to be above eight percent. And and beta about five percent given the amount of time. They have been in the public eye the amount of money that they ought to have raised or did raise and beta footage. Nobody knew what he was two months ago to eight percent something but for pervaded to be at five percent, we that's a bust, isn't it? To a couple of things I think that will help us out. I agree with you that there's a progressive lane. And that it's likely that either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders will be the candidate who emerges as as the candidate in that lane. I don't think we know which one of them. I agree with you that right now Bernie Sanders has been able to Elizabeth Warren because some of the problems that yet. I don't think we can say definitively. She certainly struggled though, I agree with you as for Bego. I also agree with you that he struggled. But again, when you talk to Democrats, privately they all say that they're really impressed by him. And and that their underwhelmed by Kamla Harris who has gotten good press. Again. I think we're going to see in the debate whether he impresses and same with her. You know, you you were really on Kamla before. And so I still in. Yeah. So I think it will be really. Interesting to see how these candidates perform in the debates where they will have where they were all we'll all have a chance to. Go before democratic primary voters in a way, that's less filtered by media attention. But something that they don't really benefited from and other candidates and mayor piece benefited from it as well and other candidates not gotten as much attention. Okay. If you were network executive, and you had to make a show out of one of these people, and you look at what we've seen far you've seen Pete. But a judge just sore. You've seen beta bust and you've seen Joe on the stuff. And you say oh, gosh, we're going to renew him for another season. And Bernie, you gotta say the same thing and Elizabeth Warren. There's no it factor. I mean, if you're if you're just making television who would you pick? Pretty pretty good television. I have to say. Is pretty good. I think it's I think it's Bernie as the front runner and then calmly as the acceptable, left-winger and molten is acceptable. Right. Really are with people the hanging around and adding local color. I just kind of collapsed the race because it can't stay at twenty right? I mean, that's sort of a truism. I I agree with you. I think that three candidates will probably emerge there will be sort of mainstream democratic candidate A progressive. And and somebody else who come out of these democratic primary debate as the final three. So let's go back to buy yesterday. Did you watch his announcement in Pennsylvania? I did. Okay. I wanna play just a clip of it. It's Joe kind of wondering cut number three. At least one story the crew forty million or forty percent of it's wrong. It's immoral should be made illegal in the states where.

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"eliana " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Process. If you remove a child before you go to court that means the parent does not have an attorney. That means the child or the children does not have an attorney. It means that essentially there's no team yet working with the parent to address whatever safety risks might exist or to challenge. The agency's facts and communication is not always good in the fraught moment of a child being taken from a parent as in levels case she's going to walk out that door. What out Helen me where am I gonna my daughter where my child is going the administration for children's services has protocols during emergency removals parents are supposed to even formation about where their child will be and who to contact their plus a notice explaining parents rights level says she didn't receive any of this frantic she called nine one one and then three one one trying to figure out where Eliana was an operator found in office number that level could try on Monday. I said man this lady just don't my child. I cannot wait someone so level googled ACS and eventually. Found the children's center in Manhattan. It's a holding place for the kids before they're placed in foster care on Saturday morning level called and located Eliana their emergency removals, don't always go down. This way, though levels case is not in a nominally, Colleen Montague child protective worker not involved in the case says she does this work because she genuinely wants to help families. She describes her approach this way when you're home. You're just there to get an understanding of what's happening, right. So.

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"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I think this this is largely apart largely a question for leadership. I think it's this is a very grave. Problem. But there are so many aspects to this presidency that of that posed a grave problems it impeachable in your view, I think you could reach in a bag and pull so many things out that are impeachable of this president I support impeaching president. I support impeachment of the president Eos ASC going public yesterday high America Hugh Hewitt morning glory ball, high and greetings to everyone watching on Univision dot com or listening Hewitt dot com. I would like to introduce you Eliana. Why Johnson she is with politico their chief White House correspondent you can follow her on Twitter at Eliana. Why Johnson good morning Eliana in warning you I was reading yesterday that Duluth Maryland Duluth? Minnesota is where one moves if they're afraid of climate change. Did you catch that story? I can't shut story. But I that is very easy for me to believe because I would imagine that if you're. Into loo-. It is very civilly that climate change does not. Well, we they believe it exists, but they believe that because of their proximity lake superior, and they're generally chilly climate that when the world heats up they'll just be fine in Luther eighty five thousand people into with. We're on the air in Duluth. I've ever been to Duluth. Have you been to Duluth? Yes, I played high school basketball tournaments and builders looks like a very charming city. Yeah. It's it's picturesque and certain ways. But the weather is not something that I. Particularly miss that will be well global warming comes on that will be different. Let me ask you, Eliana, your reaction. Of course, everyone has the same reaction. But I was wondering where you watching in horror as Notre Dame burned yesterday. Yeah. We had it up on the unscreened in our new German. It's difficult to watch though. I would like the president coming into play firefighter and chief with his advice on how to fight fire. It was a strange moment because water-dumping helicopters familiar in California. Are so heavy you'd need a water sprinkling helicopter. But I I kind of began to think to myself, I wonder if such things exist for hard to reach if there are pumping stations that can float cause trouble getting to the spire. So the spire burns wasn't totally dismissive of his idea. I just wonder if that technologic actually looked it up, and what do they? Well, I looked at the aerial. You know, whatever it was that he tweeted about I worked up, which I found do exist as as you mentioned. But as he said, they're they're incredibly heavy. Yeah. It would it would require sort of a helicopter an aerial sprinkled on aerial bomb. Let me turn to back to AFC Bernie, by the way. Did you watch burning on FOX last night? Get how'd you think he did? I thought it was good. It was good. It was very good. I think I think just the active engagement with a perceived opponent. You know, I think I think the folks over there would be quick to say that, you know, their news network. They're not they're not an opponent. But obviously the perception, particularly when the rest of the field isn't doing that is that he's engaging with an opponent. I think is a good thing. And as the article on politico note, he's engaging with a lot of potential voters. I'd be there either Trump voters, but a lot of them are potential Bernie voters. I think there's a lot of overlap there. Can't judge people judges agreed to come on this show. And I think it may be this week. It'll be next week. I think that's very smart. He's I've had Eric's wall. Well, and Tim Ryan and others. But I think it's very smart for liberals to go into conservative shows in the go and liberal shows. I've always believed that Ellie. Lana. Thing to do. Given the difference in in the two thousand sixteen election was Obama voters who voted for Trump. I think the way that a democrat is going to win in twenty twenty is likely not saying that you that Trump voters are racist or alienating them, but you know, reaching out of hand these people and explaining to them why they should depart from Trump's orbit and vote for a democrat. And so I think Bernie of Bernie did that effectively last night. And I think I think judge in just his rhetoric in the way he's talking is is doing that as well going every word candidate trumps years the one he he would like to as Elizabeth Warren or Bernie, but he I don't think he wants to mess around too much with closure or Buddha. Judge let me play for you. The moment though, that may haunt Bernie Sanders in general election, if he is nominated this is from last night's town hall with Bret Baier and Marthe McCollum. The question is late term abortion abortion rights. Up to the point of birth. In fact, cut number seventeen. He believe that women should be able to terminate a pregnancy up until the moment of birth. Look. I think that that happens very very.

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"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Show. Joined by Eliana, why Johnson you should follow her on Twitter at Eliana Johnson. She's with politico, of course, good Tuesday. Tilelli happy Tuesday. I have got the the big bright shiny object. This morning is Bernie Sanders. Running for president like that's a surprise. And I'm I'm started Bernie for Republicans for Bernie in the primary already here is he the flavor of last month or is there still viability with Bernie. You know, I think it's likely that he's the flavor. Of. Well, we'll be four years ago when we get to it his his campaign is already been bedevilled by sexual harassment problems. And they're really struggling to hire women and minorities, which I think will be a problem for him in the democratic primary, but I think it's likely that his message will land with another candidate who perhaps appeals more to democratic primary voters like somebody like Elizabeth Warren who will carry the Bernie banner and twenty twenty I think she's running zombie campaign because of the cultural appropriation issue, but Kamala Harris sure did have a huge crowd over the weekend down in South Carolina and a very good tunnel. Amy club HR as well. The other big issue of Donald Trump in Miami. Yesterday, Eliana gave what sounded to me into my trained ear as the precursor speech to an invasion of Venezuela by Brazil or Colombia with US support. I mean, it sounded to me like Madeira your time is up. What did you hear? I. I'm skeptical that there will be I- US backed invasion. But I do think that the we're gonna hear the Trump administration continue to use the wine that all options around the table because I think that they're acutely aware that that is making the Venezuelan military, very nervous. And I think that the president to liberate right very effective speech yesterday. It was quite traditional by the standards of this president very focused on the issue at hand. And I think, you know, politically effective for him. He used the issue of socialism in Venezuela. The pivot the issue of socialism. It's the right of socialists, even the United States and overall I thought it was a good speech gone on vacation next week Eliana when I come back, which is two and a half weeks later, I expect that there will be a new government in Venezuela. I really do I think either Madero, please. Or we're going to send in support for Colombian Brazilian intervention. But let me turn to the Victor Davis Hanson piece in American greatness, which has rocketed around the web, the autopsy of a dead coup. Now VH is among the country's eminent classicist historians. It's not just your columnist for sure it's not Twitter feed. It's not a memoir. It's the first thing they story into one hundred years, hence will read because he's the historian of such renown. Does it make a difference when it's all put together in one place with that kind of a great writing BPH consumption? I'm an admirers Victor too. I think he's I think he's great. I don't really agree with the case. He puts together. I don't I don't really think. So I think that what we're seeing with Trump is different in in in sort of the opposition to Trump from the media, and the government is different in scale. But I don't think it's different in kind. Really, I think we've seen it before. And in terms of the media stuff. You know, we saw we thought we'd rather gate with George W Bush, and we've seen these animals outside of politics. Diane Sawyer Food Lion stuff. And I and I think in general it's a human thing where people chase what they hope to be true. I know the difference to me is the half dozen senior officials at the FBI, plus Brandon plus Clapper. It's not the media. It's the fact that you had people and maybe Ben Rhodes in the NFC gang. But okay, we'll see. We'll actually we won't see, but our grandchildren. We'll see. The way I look at it as sort of, you know, Trump has wanted to do a lot of things in office that are illegal and he's been constrained by the constitutional system. And there are you know, perhaps a lot of law enforcement officials. We know now that he wanted talked about invoking the twenty fifth amendment while twenty fifth amendment. Requires two thirds of the cabinet. There's no way. He could have ever done that. That is not a to that attempt. Talking about some fantastic. Like that could never have had. I think he's law enforcement officials in some ways the big constraint. Now, you know, obviously, the molar probe is very real thing. That's the difference. That's different. It's an open KOMO now on intention in a revelation of mindset that I think shocked people let me close with a slam on their Republicans. It February nineteenth Eliana. We have not confirmed. One judge not one since January fifth and Lindsay's in charge of the judiciary committee, the White House personnel. White House counsel's office slowing the nominations. There's a rules package. Not getting not one judge in six weeks. What do you think the base thinks about that? I think that this is probably not aware of that. But they may well be now they're listening to the show. Well, the Wall Street Journal been hammering on to this is an issue that Selena and I were talking about actually resonates with with conservative. Why aren't they doing the one thing that they need? No one's permission to do. Why are they frozen? I think it's not the sort of thing that Trump's base voters are following day to day. But certainly when people like you and other start talking about it. I had become real Eliana Johnson. Always a pleasure on Twitter. We have to disagree about that. I base boaters talk to me about judges all the time. I go out on the road. They always talk about judges. And they know that nothing is happening and they're mad..

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"eliana " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Cold temperatures to remind you that relief factor dot com is exactly what you're going to need after you shovel your walk after the snow, but do not go out in the cold. Relieffactor can't do anything about a broken bone and frostbite relief factor is to relieve minor aches and pains that come with exercise and aging by the use of four natural supplements. Cost nineteen ninety-five, you get the starter pack. Great sponsor the program. I take it. The fetchy MRs Hewitt takes. It every Salem house actually takes it and believe in it because mega read spiritual. I carrying and Kirkman do work together when they're perfectly and calibrated in the right amount. And that's what relieffactor does if you're out shoveling snow, and now you're back is killing you. You took a slip and fall go get relief factor dot com. How cold is it Eliana Johnson joins me politico political reporter, and you can follow her on Twitter at Eliana. Why Johnson she is a Minnesota? Goldie in veteran. How cold is it out there Eliana? I think it's like negative fifty. And I'm just hearing from I checked my mom last night, and people are not really going outdoors. You know, this is the softening of America when I was up there in two thousand and four for Hugh Hewitt on ice twice. I went snowmobiling on lake Minnetonka when the the static air temperature was negative twenty. And when we were moving it was minus six you just got to cover up Eliana. Should I tell her to like, go shovel the snow? Yeah. I mean, I'm surprised that Scott is getting, you know, th they're breaking under the it's it's it's it's the decline of American absolutism, the frontier women would add to go out and break the ice and get some water. This is what I think you should turn your attention more to the fact that had the federal government has a three hour delayed opening today for what looks like I said, it's probably like forty degrees here. I mean, people not going outside and like negative fifteen Minnesota with Iran opium in my day. Everyone went to work doggone it. Everybody went touring. Okay. Eliana is they're going to be a big deal. And is there going to be an invasion of Venezuela? What do you hear on both of those the big deal and immigration port security debt, ceiling military, spending Lindsey Graham, outlined it yesterday, and the invasion Venezuela may be triggered. I think because the desk squads are out. Now Madeira has dispatched them to the slums. I'm out of the prediction making business for the Trump administration, though Venezuela's such an interesting case and extremely interesting that Elliot Abrams was brought in to manage this for the State Department on somebody who did democracy has a democracy promotion portfolio in the administration. And this is something that the Trump administration has gotten out of the business of doing and it's the president campaigned against Ewing. So, you know, I would be surprised I think if the Trump administration intervene, but again with this administration. What is true, you know, in the morning can be not true in the afternoon. I just don't think we've seen a consistent approach to foreign policy. Have you read Ross doubt that this morning in the New York Times, he disagrees with you? He said that stumbling and bumbling interrupted by presidential peaks of fits of pique. There is in fact, they Trump doctrine, it's retrench. Realignment and by the way, protect our hemisphere, not Afghanistan, which would be consistent with draw from Afghanistan but intervention in Venezuela. Yeah. I would say I think it's it's a mistake to try to design a strategy any consistent that direct strategy. Eric try to impose one for the administration. I I actually think that's giving them a little bit too much credit. I will go I will refrain to Ross 'cause I think he's on to something. Let me ask you about the whiteboard exercise. I would just add I think that some of the president's advisors have a strategy. I don't think that the president himself has one. Then I think what he said is pump Palin Bolton that persuaded. And that's it's it's pump Palin Bolton persuading the president. With Tom cotton in his ear and a couple of other serious people. But let me move to the Jared board reported white deal whiteboard. Exercise with coq brothers people. I've written in the Washington Post. I think there's a big deal to be had Lindsey Graham, watts even bigger he wants the debt ceiling thrown in along with the repeal of sequester for the last two years, and he wants to make sure that the democrat to vote on it or we have default what is going to happen. And I know. No, you don't do predictions. But what is your reporting on the progress of that set of talks while they really will kick off today on the conference committee. Memphis in nineteen members will make opening statements today, obviously, Jared Kushner is very interested in a deal, Jared Kushner was interested in a deal. He's been interested in deal for weeks. And we haven't seen one my question on and sort of a grand bargain immigration and Mike Gallagher got into this is do Democrats want to hand Trump something that looks like a victory that will make him. Look like a moderate on an issue where he's been on the more extreme, and you know, to let him strike a deal on DACA. And I'm actually skeptical that that Democrats would end up doing that the the only way they do it. I I agree with you is if they make it an offer that can't be refused. They go beyond doc. TPS, and they get to the ten million people without documents, and you regularize a large portion of them, but you also get big on defense spending. And you get big on chain migration. You get big on a lot of things because the bigger the deal the easier to do right? I think that's right. But then I wonder I wonder on the right.

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"eliana " Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Manson. Long before any of the magic stuff went down. And he just didn't bother this time. That's a little strange. Yeah. Strange oversight. But it's interesting jubilee not liking kitty here. There's the resentment of Eliana. But there also seems to be a resentment about the fact that jubilee is in the role that kitty Houston occupied kind of reminds me of when jubilee really resented, boom, boom. It seems like whenever there's somebody who's at all similar to her. She pushes back hard because she's worried about being replaced, and we see a twist on this. We actually see this addressed really directly years and years later on in Marjorie loose x twenty three series in one of the best issues. I think of the entire run. Oh, yeah. I remember the senior talking about that's a good one. Now in the present day as jubilees recounting this flashback to gene, she asked Jean what the hell I mean kitties like super old, you know, sixteen or seventeen or whatever why is she so close to this little girl, and Jean explained some of the. History. They have that kitty, you know, looked out for Ileana when she was little at first. But then they were best best best friends after iana was aged up. And that even when she was aged back down kitty, very deliberately stayed in touch with Liana, even though Liana didn't really remember her their friendship at all at a love jubilees understated reaction here as we see small words in a larger speech bubble simply goal as jubilee starts to respect kitty a little bit. But it's interesting here. Jay, I remember you mentioning when kitty showed up at the end of a recent x-men issue that she looked really old. And I think here she looks visibly much older than jubilee. It's not just that she's being drawn as much older. It's that she's being drawn in a really, hyper sexualize way. Yeah. And I mean, maybe that just goes with her being drawn as older. I mean, this is ninety superior comics after all, but actually one of our one of our listeners for ninety nine. Nine had an interesting theory in the comments on our blog talking about how since this issue is through the lens of Julius perception. Maybe she does see kitty as like being extra adult as compared to herself. Maybe that's part of where the resentment comes through. Maybe it's sort of an unreliable narrator sort of thing. Even if Richard Bennett wasn't necessarily the best artists to put on that job. I like that idea. And I think that would be cool if it were the case. So that's yeah. I think I think that the lead on it. Definitely. Yeah. Now, it's interesting here because like you mentioned Jay gene is telling jubilee about Janas history. And it's this vastly over simplified version like it doesn't even mention the dark Sheild. It's just as super simplified PowerPoint presentation because otherwise it would take up the entire issue will what I figured is that gene is basically telling jubilee the relevant bits the parts that relate to why kitchen Leon his relationship is what it is..

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"eliana " Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"eliana " Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Point radio dot org, Eliana. It's great to have you back on the show. Thanks for having me. Great to be with you. Also with us today from New York is Julian zealous, or he's professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and author of many books on the presidency and American history, including faultlines a history of the United States since nineteen seventy four that was just released yesterday, jillions Eleazar, welcome to you. Thanks for having me. So Eliana, let me start with you first of all we will dig more into the speech in a second here. But what's going on in the White House? And on Capitol Hill today, where's the president? Is he continuing to try to to advocate for the wall? All. He is today's a big day for the president who's having a breakneck series of meetings with lawmakers to try to get them to try to make the case for a national emergency. He's having lunch with Senate Republicans at their weekly policy lunch. He and Senate. He and vice President Mike Pence will join for that. And then meeting with. Senate with a democratic leaders at the White House at three pm to really key meetings. And I think after that will have a much greater sense of where things will go inside the White House. There's a debate over whether it makes sense for the president to declare a national emergency in order to get this wall built, and whether that's the best way for the president to get out of the shutdown which is now in the middle of its third week one of the longest in American history. So the possibility of declaring a national emergency still very much on the table. Absolutely. I think some people were surprised the president didn't do it last night. But the debate in the White House really wasn't over whether it would happen last night. But whether it will happen going forward, and what the right time would be if they decide to do so to declare it. And then what the appropriate venue would be president's lawyers very much studying the legality of this preparing for a legal challenge. If he does it and figuring out the best way to. Fend this in the courts. It said this is really interesting because as far as I can tell and you know, who knows in the first twenty four hours of a speech like this. But it doesn't seem to have moved the needle at all. But it was interesting. Like you've reported an other folks White House reporters reported last night that the president didn't even want to give this speech necessarily doesn't necessarily want to go to his planned trip to the border tomorrow. So how did we end up with what we saw on television last night? It's a great question. You know, this is part of a a legal strategy as much as a public relations strategy if the president does in fact, declare a national emergency his lawyers have to have thanks to point to in legal briefs to say there really is a national emergency here. That's why you've heard the president and the vice president change their rhetoric. All of a sudden, they're talking about a humanitarian crisis on the border, national security, risks and. And the president's Oval Office address his visit to the border meetings with lawmakers interestingly took place in the sich in the White House situation room. Those are all things that the president's lawyers would point to in legal briefs to say there really is an a national emergency involving the nation's on national security on the US Mexico border, the president lakes to talk about illegal immigrant crime more than anything else humanitarian crises are really not his Bali wick. And so I think that's why he's been reluctant to do these things and you saw him. I think reading off script he's much more subdued than than when he wings it. You know in rallies. Okay. We'll Julian's os or let me turn to you here. Because you've written that you think the president's address last night amounts to presidential malpractice. Why is that? Look, this is been an entire manufactured crisis. There. There is absolutely no evidence confirming the problems that the president is highlighting other than the humanitarian crisis that the president and the administration themselves family separation have been responsible for so what we're seeing is a president..

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L.A. Auto Show Preview

Talking Tech

04:26 min | 3 years ago

L.A. Auto Show Preview

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. I'll go show season is here again with a kick off of the LA auto show on Jefferson day. Listen cotton Chris would yard from USA. He's view the show force this white about his show. Jefferson. This show is going to the place to see hottest most interesting vehicles. They'll become into showrooms over the next year. And frankly, it's the beginning of the outer show season. It will be followed by Detroit by New York by Chicago. This one sets the pace for those other guys the name the show is talking tax. So I'd like to know about Keck innovations that we're gonna see there's a new electric truck. That's about to come out that people are really feted about tell everybody about that one. So this one's called the riven and it's from a startup based in Michigan. But they've have offices out here in California in Irvine and San Jose why because they wanted to put a ton of tech into struck. And that's where they had to go to get it. This is a very sharp looking truck a very different looks than you'll see another trucks wrap around tail lights. For instance, they tried to port lot of innovation and they say it was nine years in the making longer range than even that truck that. Tesla's talking about okay? For from what I read you could try from LA to San Francisco on a charge one charge. The idea was still limited. What's known as ranging Zayed's? That's the fear that all trick vehicle. Drivers supposedly have a runny out of a charge having no place to plug in with four hundred miles a range that is eliminated. Also because of that massive battery in the truck, they say, it's gonna have really amazing performance. I really drop dead amazing performance times in a pickup truck. What about a Thomas cars and other tech themed stuff at the Eliana show? So Tuesday is the kickoff day for the show. And is the focus will be on technology won't be so much about new models. It'd be about technology. So we have a lot of companies coming in that have, you know, are demonstrations of the show how you could look at a car in a in a showroom, and you know, and be able to see and feel and and everything about it in a VR format with a headset on without actually going for a test drive. There's going to be a lot of sensors and a lot of other stuff that go into self driving cars, you know, self driving cars are the biggest thing in the auto industry. Sort of hanging over it. Like, a cloud right now any little extra innovation or little thing. They can do to get there. They will be trying to show off. And I will be there as well. On Tuesday covering the speech by the man from Amazon who is there to talk about bringing Lexa into everyone's car. So I will fill you in on that Chris, and I will be at the show along with Nathan Bill me from USA day, and we will fill you in on. What we see I'd like to thank restored yard for being here and talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, your as Chris police subscribe to the show on apple podcast piece favourite show on Stitcher. And thanks everyone. Him. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Westminster 'terror attack': Driver arrested after car mows down cyclists and ploughs into Parliament barrier

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Westminster 'terror attack': Driver arrested after car mows down cyclists and ploughs into Parliament barrier

"From the, times of London terror returns to Westminster attacker drives into cyclists suspected terrorists spent ninety minutes trawling the streets of Westminster before crashing into cyclists and pedestrians outside of parliament yesterday proving once again the terrorists, are. Not the brightest bulbs in the world after, trying for ninety minutes. To find a target He hit a barrier and. Didn't kill anybody thank God the twenty nine year. Old is a British citizen of Sudanese origin he brought the specter of terrorism back to London according to the times of, London when he allegedly drove his Ford Fiesta in the commuters towards police officers before hitting a security barrier The suspect had traveled the London on, late Monday from Birmingham where he'd recently lived. In a, rented flat above a barber's in an internet cafe in Sparkbrook Sparkbrook. Is an area previously lurked linked to a terrorist plots his name is Sally Qatar. He is said to have been known to police but not m I five where the counterterrorism network The man spent several hours in the. Tottenham court road area then. Drove around Westminster for more than an hour and, a half before the seven thirty seven AM attack Female cyclists was seriously injured prayers for her recovery And But generally went unnoticed Driving churches, home done all that but driving around aimlessly for ninety minutes around Whitehall and Saint James park and near the house of the parliament and they. Don't figure it out that's, just beginning to wonder What in the world The idea of, the car process is but, we got,

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom takes $150 million opening weekend

Hugh Hewitt

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom takes $150 million opening weekend

"Minutes after the hour america welcome back i m we went down the news in the morning we have election day today walker stapleton is going to get elected nominated to be the next governor of colorado which i think he's going to win doug lamb born in colorado as well we've got michael grimm trying to stage a comeback the ethically challenged very brash and i think somewhat repellent candidate in stanton island is going to lose i believe to incumbent representative dan donovan who enjoys the backing of president trump dan donovan does harry me and henry master is going to win in south carolina and a bunch of and mitt romney will sweet to an easy victory in the utah republican primaries just like he's going to be elected the senate in november and democrats have got some primary challenges across the country meanwhile republicans are trying to press ahead in the senate with a narrow fix to the immigration situation and the flora's consent decree they to prosecute everyone but they don't want family three separate and they need the senate's help doing that the measure under discussion in the senate would address a flaw in the executive order that president trump issued last week it runs afoul of the flora's consent decree signed in nineteen ninetyseven updated as recently as twenty seventeen and it's too easy too early to tell chuck schumer whether or not there's a deal here senate republicans would like a deal that thom tillis put forward it would add two hundred twentyfive immigration judges take steps to brent migrant families from being separating quitting expediting court proceeding ted cruz dick durbin dianne feinstein met late monday to discuss the situation i and feinstein called bottle of first good meeting but nothing's going to happen this week we don't think so we'll have to wait and see where that goes we'll talk with tom cotton about that after the break but we do now the gop leaders are bracing for a second defeat on immigration in the house meanwhile border officials have suspended handing over migrant families to prosecute because they lack the space they want to keep them together if they turn them over to prosecutors they get charged to can't stay together for longer than twenty days so they're just doing some sort of catching away for who knows they're doing the best they can good day at the supreme court yesterday ratio gary manders found not to exist in texas texas gets to vote with the district they have with the exception of one house district just crazy stuff the court is trying to end this they're trying very hard to tell the states legislatures draw boundaries they have to have one man one vote one woman one vote but we're not in this business they also stood up put baron stutzman represented by the alliance defending pretty much is having a great year and it's gonna get even better day in the supreme court when they win the free speech case in crisis pregnancy centers in california putin was doing his michief yesterday toasting aired awan trying to bring air to one closer to the eastern split nato that's a bad deal jurassic world only made one hundred and fifty million dollars it's predecessor made two hundred twenty five million dollars in its opening weekend jurassic world went on to collect one point eight billion dollars worldwide and i think you're going to see that fallen kingdom is holding its own got an a minus grade and cinematics i liked it i saw it yesterday after the show went downtown for dinner last night terrific dinner with eliana johnson robert o'brien and their and their friends and we had a wonderful dinner talking all off the record come silence chat the msa roles but great fun fire fire is underway in lake county the pony fire in it's a big one in its early that's what i don't like as when the fire season starts early i told you in the first hour chinese army veterans how many veterans do you think china has fifty seven million veterans and they are not happy that's a problem for president gee now to.

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25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil after sea rescue

Midday on WNYC

02:55 min | 3 years ago

25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil after sea rescue

"What dr and she's only thirty two years old that's allen cassia talking to olive brown she is flying doctor in nigeria eighteen minutes to the next story is made front page news in brazil fisherman rescued twenty five migrants from africa they were on a boat drifting near the northeast coast of brazil after thirty five days at sea eliana content is from the newspaper is starter of sao paulo and she's been following the story it's not us all for brazil to have immigrant from nafta and this bolt was lost at eight was assaulting and the industry for forty five days there were people from different countries of africa and also some people also from central america and to the brazilians were there the pilot including and the police federal police in brazil thinks that this job resilience or trying to make a route i go immigrants from africa to brazil police wants to know what was going on and these people were want in the end of this trip the boat was lost and there were not food and water anymore for the people that was the plight of the people after thirty five days at sea from the estado sao paulo newspaper that was eliana conti newsday from the bbc world service let's get the headlines the electoral authorities in venezuela declared president maduro the winner of sunday's controversial election to position candidates who took part despite the boycott has said they won't recognize the results as we've been hearing health workers tackling an outbreak of the deadly ebola virus in the democratic republic of congo ought to be the first to receive an experimental vaccine as part of united nation program and also today the woman behind the movement to allow women to drive in saudi arabia says her a nfl activists in the kingdom are being targeted in a smear campaign saudi native manal al sharif said she had been receiving death threats online ahead of the band's removal she was speaking after several activists in the kingdom were arrested and their families travel was treated to so the official statement from the authorities claims at beating contact with foreign organizations they did not name who are these organizations and foreigners they are funding to bring distress to saudi arabia like queenie it doesn't make sense to me that were going more toward being more open they've been promoting women's rights suddenly there.

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