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"emily post institute" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:28 min | 2 months ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Proceed your seats. Now call to order the house representatives with the 2021 1st extraordinary session of the General Assembly, the Commonwealth of Kentucky on the agenda. Addressing Covid 19 powers for governor, Bashir House majority Floor leader Stephen Nerdy warns it may be a difficult week. We're going to make some tough decisions. Over the coming days. Hope. I've had a good visit with Lady from Jefferson this morning. That we can work together. And keep things in perspective. And try to see things through others eyes as we perceived one of the items to be discussed as governor Bashir's desire for a statewide mask mandate. Something that the majority of the Republican House and Senate has said they would not consider Whitney Westerfield telling W. H O P. It's a nonstarter for him, but I don't think a mask mandate is going to be considered in this special session. And I think you may see an effort to To eliminate mandates that are in place the Senate gavels in at noon. The House has currently in committee meetings with the first readings and the handling of the legislation that will eventually make its way across the capital to the Senate. We're back in Louisville. Now the city has reached a milestone in the Covid pandemic over 100,000 total confirmed cases of the virus. Metro health director Dr Sarah Moyer So cove it is everywhere as we are. Hopefully at the peak of this Delta surge 3500 cases added last week, 3539 to be exact. And while slightly down from the prior week, it is still too high. As of yesterday, there were 380 Covid patients in Louisville's hospitals. 105 were in the ice to use 79 were on ventilators. It's unclear the number of those patients who were vaccinated versus unvaccinated We're heading to the south end now, where l. MPD is investigating the city's latest shooting that happened in the 7300 block of Southside Drive last night just before 8 30. It was between the Qin Woodhill and Auburndale neighborhoods, officers arriving to find a man who had been shot his injury described as non life threatening. He's being treated at university Hospital. There are no suspects in custody. We turn our attention now to Secretary of State Antony Blinken. He's in Qatar meeting with U. S troops who helped in the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan and also met with Afghan interpreters who fled along with others. CBS correspondent Kemi McCormick is watching from the Pentagon, Blinken met with a group of young women who are part of a robotics team. They expressed concern about the coaches and teachers They left behind. They're all scared. They don't know what's going to happen in the future of Afghanistan, Blinken acknowledged. There are a lot of unknowns. This is a Really difficult moment. There's so much change happening. I can't tell you where where everything is going to land. But he said the international community is now focused on holding the Taliban to their commitment to allow people to travel freely and uphold basic rights. And as you know, from listening to this show, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts died last month at the age of 80. But you didn't know he had a secret passion. CBS is Vicki Barker knows it. Five defendants, including the self described architect of the attack, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. That's not Vicki Barker. We'll check in with Vicki here in about 30 minutes. His passion was terrorism. Charlie Watch didn't try to blow up anyone. Correct that problem here in about 25 minutes, which is when your next news update is and hopefully it'll be right. I'm Will Clark news radio 8 40 W H A s My goodness. Oh, it's another day for a white Witten. Or is it Dwight Whitten or a Dwight Went white wedding? Hmm. Billy Idol there in his radio, 8, 40 W H s Day Jennings and Dwight wit and rolling on through in a beautiful Tuesday, man. Look out that window. Just a perfect day Labor day wrapped up and of course you always hear the saying Don't wear white after labor Day. Where did we get that from? I'm sorry. Right? Let's just say we were at the pool today. Okay? Like yesterday on Labor Day we are captain's quarters sat outside in the sun all day. I had a white T shirt on. Didn't want to wear a black concert T shirt sitting in the sun and no one's going to tell me I can't wear my white T shirt. Technically you were saved because it's no white After what Labor Day. Oh, yeah. So you're you're everywhere I go, people say Look at that guy. Man. He really has it together when it comes to fashion. That's what I've always thought. Why everywhere I go. You're really underrated in that department. Thank you. Well, let me weigh in on this because most style experts agree, and that is perfectly fine. To wear white after labor Day. So where did the story Where did the whole thing come from? Well, it dates back up. Bill Cox is where it comes from. Bill Cox made it famous. So did the Emily Post Institute dates back to the early 19 hundreds. Now, originally, here's how it came to pass. Originally the wealthy Would leave the town between Memorial Day and Labor Day to go to the Hampton to go to their seaside cat cottages and stuff right. Well, they would wear white. But Personal stylist Sarah MacDonald says that you know what? It's okay to wear white whenever you want it. It just doesn't make sense in winter because there's money out and their slush and all that. Was there always an exception for weddings. Let's say you get married Iran Thanksgiving time. Well, you can't not wear white. Well, it gives you good, Depending on the bride. Some brides absolutely should not wear white, Susan. Your college years. But she did anyway. Uh, actually, I think she wore like an off white. Yeah, but anyway, that's another good thing you shouldn't wear. What if you're if you're a bride, go ahead and wear wife, of course. But if you're attending the wedding Don't worry White to someone else's wedding, right? I don't care. I'm not Don Johnson. I'm not wearing a white suit to somebody's wedding. So don't don't worry about that. What's wrong with white suits? I tried to buy a white suit. Pink crustacean. Yes. I tried to buy a white suit over the summer and Susan put her foot down. We have like Each of us have five. Put our foot down moments a year cards that we can play. Okay? And she put her foot down on that. How many do you have left me? I have to, uh, what were the three that you put your foot down? Uh huh, Too, was a family trip. And I can't remember what the third one was. Mm, have to think about but I've already played three of my five. Put my foot down car. How many has she done? She said. Mitch witness not coming to the pool to awkward. She has three left. She has three left. Okay. One of them was a concert trip that she deemed Sexton too expensive. It's still expensive for that band. That band is not big enough. Who is the band getting into it? Come on. Who's the man? It pisses me off? You can't let it hang there pisses me off. Who's the man? No, we're not gonna talk about Saxton. No sex is not doing any stones stones. Possibly. Ah, you haven't seen him enough time. Well Fuck! Shit! I'm not podcast. Here's what? Okay, if you're playing the part of Susan and I'll play the part of me. I've seen him enough. What? You've seen enough U K football teams enough. You've seen enough UK basketball games stuff. Do I need to break down the cost of a UK ticket versus a stone's ticket guy? He said. Just like her. It's in Lexington believe the 70 mile drive. I don't have to get a hotel there just like her. And every UK games different..

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"emily post institute" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Of gay keith. Wineman presidential wealth in loveland in well markets suffering from a labor day over. Are they this morning. Well i think the truth is it's a combination of delta variants. You know the news over the weekend about that and the possibility it might slow economic recovery and history for the market. The month of september september is the worst month with an average decline of six tenths of one percent. If you go back and look at all time okay. Very good history. Yeah lemme reverts a two year. Old mode. Lie beats me. Oh come on. They have all these mommy's and all of these markets sayings and they are pithy in. They are creative but they've got an answer for everything. I'm surprised they don't have some rationalization or justification remember sell in may and go away you go. There is case employ okay. September is one of the months are staying away until october until actually late in october. That's when you come back and there's anticipation of a santa clause rally at the end of the year. Yeah so. September is the has the worst monthly performance if you look at history with a decline of six tenths of one percent on average and a record of closing higher for the month only forty five percent of the time so it it more than half the time. The market closes lower by the end of september than it was at the end of august. Is this a self fulfilling prophecy that this is kind of like you know when you wear white clothes. I mean we're talking about that. Do you wear white. Do do the full. Cincinnati look after labor day because thanks to emperor host of back in the emily post institute all the august. Emily post institutes like. Oh no you are breaking fashion regulations. If you wear white after labor day. I try not to wear white because within an hour i've dumped something on it that you can't get out like coffee. Who was the absolute a real live. Well a character who was the absolute best example of the full. Cincinnati was w herb target. Come up with his name. Came up with the show but we'd have to go to our judges to see if you win exactly so add some lovely parting gifts for right right so add the fact that september is typically not one of the best month for the market indeed in some by some measures one of the worst and then over the weekend goldman sachs downgraded its outlook for fourth quarter economic growth from six point. Five to five point. Five percent and morgan stanley now saying they see a bumpy market bumpy markets. I should say during september and october. What's new about that really nothing especially october. So what are the markets doing this morning. There now mixed because the nasdaq is creeped up. Two points at fifteen thousand. Three sixty five nasdaq as contrarian many times yes exactly The dow is down one hundred twenty nine. That's about almost four tenths of one percent. Thirty five thousand thirty nine and the s and p five hundred is down ten two tenths of one percent at four thousand five hundred twenty four. Bitcoin this morning..

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"emily post institute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Day after Labor Day. And, as you know, don't make that fashion faux pas today and where white What one of the most well known fashion rules as you cannot wear White after Labor Day. Wrong. The rules outdated. First of all. We talked about this Friday. 10 when you weren't here and feel free to comment, Brian again if you've got anything, I'm on this. Um, I'm not sure I've ever In my lifetime Seen a man? Wear a white pair of pants. No, I've seen beige. Yeah, I've seen can never seen a man wear a white pair pants. Yeah, me either doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. And this White bang again. It's outdated, and we'll tell you quick, little bit more about that in a moment, but is that just pants shirts? Dresses. Yes. Shoes? Yes. What? What said What all is involved here. Shirt pants. So you're saying everything? Yes, man. Can't wear a white shirt. Shouldn't or couldn't? Yeah, I couldn't. Okay, That's something I've never paid attention to. According to Daisy Gillespie, a personal stylist. My focus is generally on helping people uncover Bert uncovered what they feel best in and what they really want to be wearing and feel like expresses himself the most. But if it was up to me, I wouldn't wear clothes. You know that? The first thing I do when I get home is take my clothes off and throw them in the floor. Well, at least throw him on the couch. I'll throw them on the floor. So you'd be wearing white. Uh, no, I'm can she went on to say is? Yeah. Yeah, well, Alexa, Yeah, uh And so, for that reason, excluding a whole color for half of the year just doesn't make much sense. And if you're looking for a higher authority, according to etiquette experts at the Emily Post Institute The rule of not wearing white After labor Day comes from the early 19 hundreds were apparently we had a whole bunch of snobs. And it was all about, you know? Well, you know, I was even I got more money than you. I don't want to where weather Good, stupid ruler begin with. What I'm supposed to do with all my white clothing Once again. I don't have a pair of white pants. What am I supposed to do with all my white clothes? What? All my T shirts that are white wash it with something red. Don't worry about that will do it every single time. Pretrial hearings have resumed. At Guantanamo next..

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"emily post institute" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To have you with us for this edition of Sports byline. We're GONNA have a lot of fun this hour because we're GonNa talk in just a moment of Peter posed. He is the Managing Director of the Emily Post Institute. Now if you're anybody that knows anything about manners than you probably recognize the name pose. He's also the author of five etiquette books including the New York Times bestseller. Essential matters for men. And we're going to be talking about his latest book which is called the unwritten rules of Golf. Now this book explains what newcomers and even seasoned golfers need to know the competently handle every situation. That doesn't have to do with hitting a shot. It's the definitive field guide to social intelligence for golfers both new and seasoned and the rules for playing golf or certainly clearly defined. But how golfers expect other golfers to handle themselves before during and after around is really a little bit less is so. We'll talk about that with Peter Post and then right after that. Steve Chapman's going to join us. I knew Steve when he was a writer here. In San Francisco for the chronicle. He's well respected as a writer and an author and he was the San Francisco. Chronicle's as beat writer is other sports books. Include one day at Fenway and also juiced by Jose can SACO is latest. Book is called Baseball Maverick. Hal Sandy Alderson revolutionized baseball on revived. The mets and Sandy of course started his baseball career in a most unusual way. He became the general manager of the Oakland A.'s. After the host family bought the team and the President of the team was Roy Eisenhart. Who's a member of the family in? Sandy was a practicing lawyer In San Francisco and Roy saw something in him that he thought would be very good and it turned out because they had those great successful years. When Sandy was in the front office with the Oakland A.'S. Of course winning a world series and going to three world series during his tenure there and then he moved on as he went into the major league. Baseball office also went to San Diego with the padres and running that operation and now of course with the New York mets as the general manager. There a lot of people think his future might have been as the Commissioner of baseball but apparently he's much more happier being in the front office of a major league..

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone waiting six feet away to get into that spot that has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of actually a full twelve feet wide or six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what sixty looks like you might even want to measure on your own pads sidewalks to see kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block has anyone else on it you want to pull it down and get fresh air but if you're if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone way off the path or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I take away from back all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in our cities our to do anything seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in parks but if you're thinking about you know building thing that concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be easiest most people are done with their work days so they're not going to be using call or something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you have to find the balance but you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this me participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam one I think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so much you can Dr Jen joining us now and among the many hats you wear medically speaking Dr Jan you are also a board certified nutrition right and there have been a lot of questions between the link of having low vitamin D. and getting the corona virus what have we learned well I think this is really important to me because you know that as Hippocrates said food be thy medicine medicine be thy food we're looking at associations between different nutritional sources diet and of course people are always interested in supplements the big overriding caveat is nothing is conclusive at this time that any kind of supplement can change your risk however one of the leading contenders is vitamin D. level because we know if you connect the dots on this that people for example the elderly in nursing homes classically are deficient in vitamin D. three people with dark skin or who are obese classically deficient in vitamin D. three and what else those two groups hit particularly hard by covert nineteen so clinical trials have started looking at vitamin D. levels supplementation and risk of covert nineteen right now remember more is not better you when I talk about that all the time so don't think that if a little is good more could be better that is not true but certainly this is something that people are interested in because it could be potentially an easy kind of ad all right Dr Jen and as a reminder governor Baker signing an executive order Friday requiring everyone over the age of two to wear a facemask when out in public in Massachusetts the order will go into effect on may sixth a check of traffic and weather next hi I'm Matt Kenseth you don't have to be a race car driver to know that life can be full of drama some of it you can't control like mechanical issues high winds and rain but there's some drama you can skip skip.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post though the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to we we only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone waiting six feet away to get into that spot but has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of actually a full twelve feet wide or he's six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own paths or sidewalks to see kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block has anyone else on it you want to pull it down and get fresh air but if you're on a bike if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone away off the pads or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone both to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I take away from that all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in your cities our to do anything seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in the works but if you're thinking about you know building thing that concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be easiest most people are done with their work day so they're not gonna be having is in call or something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you have to find the balance and then he referred you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this we need participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam one I think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so much you can.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following well we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone waiting six feet away to get into that spot but has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of actually a full twelve feet wide or he's six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what sixty looks like you might even want to measure on your own pads sidewalks to see kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block has anyone else on it you want to pull it down get fresh air but if you're on a bike if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone way off the path or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone both to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I want to take away from back all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in your cities our to do anything seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in the works but if you were thinking about you know building thing that concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be easy as most people are done with their work days so they're not gonna be using call or something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you have to find the balance but you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this me participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam we want to think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so much sis.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WSB-AM

"On manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone reading six feet away to get into that spot but has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of records are actually a full twelve feet wide or six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own pads sidewalks to see kind of really help far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block that has anyone else on it you want to pull it down get the fresh air but if you're on a bike if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone way off the path or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"All use a little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone reading six feet away to get into that spot that has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff who were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance in the space of a lot of records are actually a full twelve feet wide or he's six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own Sir sidewalks to see kind of really helped far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block has anyone else on it you want to pull it down get fresh air but if you're on a bike if you're running if you're walking rollerblades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone way off the path or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know and that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Masks staying six feet apart we could all use a little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following well we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone reading six feet away to get into that spot that has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff who are there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance in these spaces a lot of records are actually a full twelve feet wide or six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having two games get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own paths or sidewalks dizzy kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arm out it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block that has anyone else on it you want to pull it down get fresh air but if you're on a bike if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone away off the pads or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in towns have rallied around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone both to live spirits and to encourage all our social workers I take away from that all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in your cities our duty seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in parks but if you were thinking about you know building thing that concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be easy as most people are done with their work days so they're not gonna be having using called or something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you have to find the balance thank you record you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this me participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam we want to think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so much you can Dr Jen joining us now and among the many hats you wear medically speaking Dr John you are also a board certified nutrition right and there've been a lot of questions between the link of having low vitamin D. and getting the corona virus what have we learned well I think this is really important to me because you know that as hypocrisy said food be thy medicine medicine be thy food were looking at associations between different nutritional sources diet and of course people are always interested in supplements the big overriding caveat is nothing is conclusive at this time that any kind of supplement can change your risk however one of the leading contenders is vitamin D. level because we know if you connect the dots on this that people look for example the elderly in nursing homes classically are deficient in vitamin D. three people with dark skin or who are obese classically deficient in vitamin D. three and what else does two groups hit particularly hard by covert nineteen so clinical trials have started looking at vitamin D. levels supplementation and risk of covert nineteen right now remember more is not better you when I talk about that all the time so don't think that if a little is good more could be better that is not true but certainly this is something that people are interested in because it could be potentially an easy kind of ad all right Dr Jen and coming up next right here there's an old saying that when you sing you pray twice that's especially true for our next guest health care workers raising their voices.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on KOMO

"We could all use a little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone reading six feet away to get into that spot that has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff who were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of records aren't actually a full twelve feet wide or six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own pads sidewalks to see kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom all this tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block that has anyone else on it you want to pull it down get fresh air but if you're if you're running if you're walking rollerblades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone away off the pads or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know and that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone both to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I take away from all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in your cities our to do anything seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in parks but if you're thinking about you know building thing that concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be easy as most people are done with their work days so they could be having is you call something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down sort of like you have to find the balance but you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this we need participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam one I think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so much you can.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"All use a little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket and a kid what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone weeding six feet away to get into that spot but has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff who are there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right has your outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance in the space of a lot of records are actually a full twelve feet wide over six feet wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having the games get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own pads sidewalks to see kind of really how far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block that has anyone else on it you want to get fresh air but if you're if you're running if you're walking rollerblades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that sixty you want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone away off the pads or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cheer for everyone to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I take away from all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in our our duty seven PM is typically the time frame most people are in parks but if you were thinking about you know building concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems too easy as most people are done with their work days you call something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you're buying the ballots and you live in but you do you really want to be considerate and think how much is this me participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam one I think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Could all use a little advice on manners during this corona virus pandemic in here with more on the evolving etiquette from the Emily post institute is Lizzie post so the thanks for being with us I want to start off with supermarket etiquette what are the rules we should be following we really want to be following whatever the rules are supermarkets or settings so whether that following a directional path up and down the aisles if it's wearing masks for everyone I believe it is still trying to keep that physicals six foot distance which I think we need a lot of practice with but things are so different now you're not picking up all the different produce and boxes and reading labels you're trying to really only engage with product when you're going to select it you're also trying to look around you make sure that there's not someone waiting six feet away to get into that spot but has the item that you're looking for we also really want to be extra courteous to the staff who were there every day there are social workers and they're making it possible for us to purchase these items so you don't just want to say thank you at the cash register when I say it's all the stuff that you're seeing what about outdoor activities a lot of people walking their dogs running even riding their bikes what are the tips you give this is a really hard space right because you're outdoors so it feels like you're more protected than when you're in those smaller confined spaces but there's been a lot of a lot of talk about still needing to maintain physical distance any spaces a lot of actually a full twelve feet wide or sixty wide so you're you're trying to gauge distances that were not used to having to gauge get really familiar with what six feet looks like you might even want to measure on your own Sir sidewalks to see kind of really help far away do you need to move my mom always tells me she says you know put your arm out if they put their arms it's about six feet between the two of you but it's a really tough one you need to wear that mask every time you pass somebody for sure I can understand when you're not on the block has anyone else on it you want to pull it down there but if you're if you're running if you're walking roller blades skateboards freezers whatever it is you really want to be creating that six feet you want to be wearing a mask and if you're in a group dropped back to single file as you go to pass someone because it allows you to create more room you don't end up pushing someone away off the pads or into the street or into someone's yard in order to create the proper distance yeah I know that is very important I love that this is an interesting one I'm curious what you're gonna say because in these times we're hearing a lot of people cheering loudly blasting their music playing music and maybe they have the best of intentions what your thought is that polite or not what are the circumstances in which it is or it isn't this is a really tough one I think it's really cool the way a lot of cities in town to rally around a specific time of day to do it as a cure for everyone's both to live spirits and encourage all our social workers I want to take away from all but you do want to think about it when you go to venture out on your own in our he's our duty seven PM is typically not the time frame most people are in parks but if you were thinking about you know building concerto for your neighbor's birthday just might want to consider what time of day you're thinking of doing it I tend to hear that around five o'clock seems to be the easiest most people are done with their work days call or something that gets interrupted but families are putting young kids down there it's like you have to find the balance you record you live in but you do really want to be considerate and think how much is this we need participating in really giving to my community and how much is this just me blowing off steam we want to think yeah it's all about being consider that pretty much sums it up Lizzie post etiquette expert thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thank you so.

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Polite Tipping is customary in the United States

Correspondents Report

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Polite Tipping is customary in the United States

"Industraliazed tipping for service at restaurants and bars. Of course it's not really thing so traveling to the US where gratuities generally expected and dependent upon by workers. Well trying to work out how much to tip and went to tip can be confusing. It's a question and North American correspondent. James Glendale gets more than almost any other question. So he turned to one of the continent's leading etiquette experts for full and frank explanation. Sometimes it's whispered subtly sometimes it's asked in the middle of a restaurant but pretty much. Every OSCE traveler on the road in the United States. Wants one question answer and it has nothing to do with my day job. How much should you tip? You definitely want to be tipping. Fifteen or twenty percents lizzy post is from the Emily Post Institute an organization. That scene is an American authority on etiquette and how to generally be polite. Fifteen percent is is kind of where we say. The Standard is twenty percent of what we see most often. And I think that's purely because the math is easier and and people do feel good giving a little bit more the second question most ozzy travelers have is who to tip and the least list is fairly extensive after waiters taxi drivers hairdressers and bartenders. All expected tip as standard. We tend to see Bartenders being like one to two dollars per drink or fifteen to twenty percent of the tab things get a little more complicated. If you just getting something from a local cafe or takeaway you have no actual obligation to tip. It's seen as a courtesy to tip and the hotels are whole different ballgame. Where a bunch of people? We'll have their hands out the doorman who helped me with your bag. It's usually a dollar to four dollars per bag or a dollar to five dollars per back. a dollar to when the hail a cab for you You know throw an extra dollar to it's raining and they really were able to get you a dollar bills and I think so I mean yeah when you're looking at you know a couple of dollars for the cleaning person in your hotel room a couple of dollars for the doorman a couple of dollars when the taxi does start to add up and it's a good reason to carry small bills and cash. Americans will tell you that tipping is just all about showing gratitude and rewarding good service. But that's actually not entirely true depending on the state. You're in many of the work is you. Encounter like white is will only in. What's called a tipped? Minimum wage. Futile is an and then rely on tips to supplement the income and pay their bills because of that many Americans pretty deeply divided as to whether or not you should actually scale you tip up and down depending on the quality of the Service. I know this is a great question and I guarantee you. If you have a whole handful of Americans they look have different answers or they fall on one side or the other some people really do choose to vary their tips Based on his service and I personally like when I look at the difference between the two percentages. I'd just rather leave the twenty percent. Although it's not encouraged forgetting to tip if you are a foreign is often politely excused. It's arguably much better than leaving. A small tip like five percent which can be interpreted as a deliberate passive aggressive insult. We might even get quizzed on it so be wound. Yeah it's you well let me put it this way. If you choose to make it optional you will probably leave a lot of really upset people in your weight and I don't think that's generally what people WanNa do on their vacation. I think they wanNA feel good about participating in the place that they came to and this is just one of those one of those aspects of American life and that is perhaps the politest possible way of saying if you coming to the United States prepared to pay up. You don't really have a choice. North America correspondent. Who's not North American Australian? James Glen Day reporting

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"emily post institute" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on WTVN

"To quit smoking but now he's going back to smoking. he says it made his nicotine addiction worse than what it was with cigarettes so yeah you you try to beat. you try to get the monkey off your back the monkey just gets bigger and heavier and now your call on your way back to the. original sin you know just to try to just to try to get even again we've we've talked about this before bed pick up what Wendy a tip. should you should you tip on pick up orders food and wine asked that question to the etiquette experts at the Emily post institute. twenty twenty there. they say that there is no obligation to tip for take out and I would agree the institute does suggest you tip ten percent for service above and beyond handing you the bag those examples include curbside pick up when you don't have to leave your car in large complicated orders even then I don't know if somebody's just running bag out to your car for curbside pickup. okay maybe maybe a little something something. discontinued snacks that people hope make a come back some day. do you remember three D. Doritos. do you Josh I. one user says I will trade memories of my childhood for the addicting every cheesy puffy taste of three D. Doritos in my mouth again it was basically yeah that's what it was it was if you imagine to Doritos that were like welded together there is like an air pocket between of yeah that's what it was okay yeah I remember these carnation breakfast bars what our nation I thought that was like but as of coffee additive like they made that they did and then they also made these breakfast bars these to make like breakfast shakes as well they say before all the other protein bars there were carnation breakfast bars the fan wishes they would come back he says the texture was like chocolate covered peanuts dust and that she would take one over a kudos bar any day. how about a crunch taters do you recall the crunch tater Frito lay made these crunchy potato chips with gag with the cowboys Gator on the front I don't remember I have no recollection of those oreo cake stirs I I don't think these were all that long ago basically keiki oreos. that sounds good I'll try that starburst fruit twists they look like twins lors became in classic starburst flavors and sounds kind of tasty is working who sat ring a bell yeah Halloween I think I was I think it was still trick or treating when those were given was nice this is this is the definition of of good luck I mean having bad luck but. king bad lucks asked to the third power an Oregon man is feeling very blessed he beat cancer recently. he actually he beat cancer twice not once but twice he's beat cancer now he just won the four point six million megabucks jackpot in Oregon. he chose his lottery winnings in one lump sum so he's going to get two point three I yeah I mean if you already have a cancer I'm not taking that lifetime Hey all not taken the over. I am not that by the way what not to belittle cancer any his fight or anything but that's a smart decision yeah. okay. lots of Americans apparently don't wash their gym clothes between workouts all this makes me want to gag. a new survey finds that thirty one percent of Jim going Americans don't actually wash their gym clothes between work out why wouldn't you. do you do you only have one set I mean come on it's not like a pair of jeans which you can let go for a couple months before you wash them says men are more likely than women well that that go figure to re use their dirty sweaty gym clothes thirty six percent of men do that versus twenty five percent of women. leave ladies and I know yoga isn't just women but it sure seems to be a lot of women. those who do yoga are the least likely to wash Jim close between sessions with thirty five percent saying they don't and then this is the one that makes me laugh followed by swimmers. thirty three percent say they don't sunless European in the pool once once the deaf and even if you are your. you're in constant motion swimming so you're you're doing kind of your own. agitator spin cycle. rinse release. you know like that woman with extreme food phobia has lived off of cheese sandwiches for nearly thirty years wait how does she not have severe malnutrition well my I have a my oldest brother was a lot like that throughout the growing up all he ever had ever at dinner was cheese sandwiches my mom packed his lunch for school it was cheese sandwiches at at the dinner table if it was in a cheese sandwich she was a grilled cheese sandwich and the only other exceptions that I recall him making was he would eat like French toast. but other than that she she claims she tries other stuff and she has a panic attack and her body begins to shake and she's terribly nervous when she tries to try to sample for free. we had all kinds of this world I know I I I actually we just recorded we recorded the special and all of them on TV and it was about people with weird and strange addictions and there was this woman who eats the foam okay cal chin that no other condition called pica. and she literally eats her couch phone. let's eat glass and all that stuff there are people there yeah they're they're people that eat all kinds of bizarre things it's. I don't know how you can not like virtually toxin yourself to death right especially with all the chemicals in the fall yeah all right well speaking of toxins and stuff like that I got to get out of here because I've been taking my my bowel cleansing solution for a couple hours now and I'm gurgling but nothing has gotten out of control yet but.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Senate as well well you are not just an author but your co president of the Emily post institute did you hear people say if and if the Emily post institute write something about this it could lessen the stigma that is my hope it is one of my big hopes is that this book can help to normalize it so that it's not science it's but the more that this is normalized the less it's going to be able to be used as something to put people in prison and to to sort of wrongfully harass people about so our hope is that and you know it's it's a it's a long slow low battle it feels like but it is it is making headway and you know one of the things that we are really I guess I guess it was a proud of it the Emily post institute is that when a lot of people think of etiquette they think that it's for the elite they think that it's about the secret society or knowing a secret language that lets you fit into a certain world and it for us said Emily post it couldn't be further from the truth when you look at these principles of consideration respect and honesty those are accessible to all of those are something that every part of our population can really grasp and utilize to help be more aware of the people around them and only post herself said that whenever you have two people who come together and their behavior affects one another you have as a kid it's not some rigid code of rules or manners and so we've always really really held tight to that throughout the generations well let me go to some callers and I'll start with Pat in Oakland hi Pat what's your question good morning this is the problems come up with me a couple times where I'm in a situation where somebody is passing the ball or joint and I look at the stadium and it's got a lot of the live on it yes yes I mean I try to avoid that you have the I can I don't have that problem I mean this someone gripping but yellow would you buy but offers to our question this is this is definitely covered in the book and it it it took awhile to get the language writer because he didn't want gross people out all the reading it but it can be really gross to see kind of a a slob bird and of bull piece and harder to deal with that that's a joint a lot of people just out of habit will will burn the the mouth piece of a bowl for a moment just to help kind of dried out and also for for the germ factor so that's actually a pretty common practice to see happen I don't think that it's terribly rude to just give it a little wife I think it's a it's so funny how much it depends on the company that you're with among really close friends who can rip each other a bit you can like that's the back and say come on man could clean the ball first and that can be something that's really light we received it doesn't cause a lot of offense but in other company that could be really offensive and difficult to pull off casually and so you just try to kind of take care of it yourself I have a harder time with that when it comes to the joints that I smoke because of someone has as we say in the book a particularly wet whistle and that does get really wet then you're both potentially having a harder time is smoking the end of it and also it's just it's not comfortable you can try doing things like holding it a little bit differently some people I've seen some people hold the end of the joint almost like they're holding a chillum which you hold with your your hands kind of grass together in such a way that you're not actually touching the mouth piece but you're inhaling that's a little harder to pull off with the joint I I haven't mastered that one yet I this is a delicate issue is definitely something to be aware of well Pat thanks for the question hi Bridget writes on Tuesday I rest are probably to the vet thinking she was having a seizure the vet told me that he suspected she was high is likely she picked up something off the sidewalk the vet said this is becoming more common and they see at least one high dog every day please be careful with your product even the outdoors and this is their rights I suffer a very bad psychotic reaction to pot it takes me to an ugly place and it takes me weeks to go back to a normal existence now that pot is legal I'm constantly surrounded by it in public places I grew up in the fifties and people smoke tobacco in public and you couldn't get away from it now it's happening with weed where it's hard to find public space with clean air that last point raises some interesting questions in terms of just the responsibilities of the person who is using it and the responsibility or the way to approach that person say if they are not enjoying it in your presence absolutely and and just before we lose the point about you know where people are choosing to discard items you know I saw it I was on to walk the other day and saw vape pen discarded it was a disposable and to me I was just like boy that means that anyone of any age could be picking that up and finding that you don't know if it's empty or nonempty and that is worrisome so a consideration really is to dispose of your products properly to make sure that when you are carrying them on you that it's not easy for them to fall out of a pocket or purse or backpack or bag and to route to really take care with your product I'm really glad that listener brought that up in terms of a smoke being everywhere and I believe technically that we are not supposed to be smoking publicly even though it happens very regularly I know that in people's personal homes in on private property that that you really can walk into a house and then you know have it be an issue for you like this listeners experiencing one of the interesting things about cannabis is that the many chemical compounds that are in it create the different effects that it has on our body and on our mind and I'm always a fan of encouraging people to go low and slow but to to try to find what might work for them if it is something they want to engage with but haven't found the right combination of the right strain yet because what this listener said is actually it's a pretty common negative reaction and it doesn't have to happen with every single strain and there's also some really great research out there about contact ties we referenced a doctor Ryan van trees research in the book about the likelihood of you actually experiencing a contact high and what it would take to to get you one everybody is different so you want to keep that in mind but I do think it's really appropriate that if nobody has spoken up about you know opening a window or trying to take the smoke downwind from people rather than up wind river of wind is where it's all going to drift on to the to the group near you and down wind as when it'll drift away from them and you really do want to feel comfortable saying you either moving yourself around or turning on a fan or opening up the window or stepping outside or asking someone else to do the same for you and it it really depends on the situation that you're in if I'm in a situation where I am the one person and the rest of the crowd is all doing this I might choose to move myself rather than ask the crowd to move or I might speak with my host and say Hey you know just a reminder I'm I'm trying not to smoke right now again I was in that situation last night and I was really grateful that everyone around me they were both smoking cigarettes and smoking joints and it was really nice that they were aware of where I was sitting in in the on the back porch that we were all on and people are kind of moving and I was also moving myself at times when I didn't want to just speak up and say Hey you know can you watch it with that cigarette smoke I didn't feel comfortable or polite for me so I wanted to instead do what I could do to move around it and it all kind of worked out but I think having the confidence to know that you can move yourself or that you could speak up if you needed to and even maybe practicing some sample language that feels casual in light are ways that you can help feel confident walking into those situations where you might encounter elsewhere a little harder when we're talking about public smoking and you don't know people yes also if you ask what is concert etiquette my recent exacts a mix of yes that that can be really tough right because at a concert you know you might not have the ability to move your seats and that can be you can be really bothers some I do suggest that if you're ever having trouble with someone around you are disturbing you at a concert and in some type of way or it's some type of public performance that you do your best to find an usher or someone from the establishment that's hosting it to deal with the problem and to explain what's going on to them you know safety does really supersede etiquette and you just don't know where other people are out there have been some really really intense stories that we've been told at the Emily post institute that we've seen highlighted in the news of just terrible backlash when someone tries to even politely confront someone and so I do said we do really suggest safety first and and go to the establishment of something is making you uncomfortable and again Lizzie posts book is higher etiqueta guide to the world of cannabis from dispensaries to dinner parties Chris in Vallejo join us hi I am in the tourist industry I have three years of in taking people from San Francisco up to so now Matt and napa county for wine tasting tours and recently just started my own business doing taking that model is that taking people up and then to see no for Canada's chores and the difference in behavior is night and day people are just so much more considerate and polite and smoke cannabis than wine tasting well Chris intact yes if you started a new tour we combine the two and the at the tasting room but normally won't do late afternoon wine tastings because they say by then people are drunk and obnoxious they say oh you're kind of those people yeah we'll do a late afternoon tape Bernice in San Francisco joined as this is about when you're like either end up you know social situation where their children run and everywhere what Medicare for being around children and second what is he what can you do if somebody else is like supposing that to Canada on a regular basis thirty six yeah desert and Bernice these are good questions they're also very tough questions mostly because parenting is such a personal issue and so you do in terms of your second question of what can you do of someone's exposing their own children to cannabis on a regular basis those are those are confrontational conversations that you really want to make sure that you feel comfortable having and that you approach with delicacy and care it's it is that they're they're very delicate topics when it comes to make stage parties we see alcohol consumption and we even do see tobacco consumption in front of minors quite frequently cannabis I think in a lot of social ways will get folded into our society in in similar forms where you know you don't want that smoke drifting on to children you don't want it being in closed rooms with no ventilation with children around I think that you do want to make sure that you that for instance if if I go to a party I want to make sure and and it's a mixed day to party I want to make sure it's okay with my host that I you know light that joint in the backyard they may not want me to their they may choose not to not to engage with cannabis in front of their children or at at parties with children that are there that aren't their own other places it's perfectly okay I've been to many parties.

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12:23 min | 2 years ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of started coming out but that more books are coming out on this as well well you are not just an author but your co president of the Emily post institute did you hear people say if and if the Emily post institute write something about this it could lessen the stigma that is my hope it is one of my big hopes is that this book can help to normalize it so that it's not so it's but the more that this is normalized the less it's going to be able to be used as something to put people in prison and to to sort of wrongfully harass people about so our hope is that and you know it's it's a it's a long slow low battle it feels like but it is it is making headway and you know one of the things that we are really I guess I guess it was a proud of it the Emily post institute is that when a lot of people think of etiquette they think that it's for the elite they think that it's about the secret society or knowing a secret language that lets you fit into a certain world and it for us said Emily post it couldn't be further from the truth when you look at these principles of consideration respect and honesty those are accessible to all those are something that every part of our population can really grasp and utilize to help be more aware of the people around them and only post herself said that whenever you have two people who come together and their behavior affects one another you have as a kid it's not some rigid code of rules or manners and so we've always really really held held tight to that throughout the generations well let me go to some callers and I'll start with Pat in Oakland high tech what's your question good morning this is the problems come up with me a couple times where I'm in a situation where somebody is passing the ball or joint and I look at the stadium and it's got a lot of the live on it yes yes I mean I try to avoid that you have the I can I don't have that problem tending to someone tripping but you know would you buy that offers to our question this is this is definitely covered in the book and it it it took awhile to get the language writer because he didn't want gross people out all the reading it but it can be really gross to see kind of a a slumber and of bowl piece and harder to deal with if it's the joint a lot of people just out of habit will will burn the the mouth piece of a bowl for a moment just to help kind of dried out and also for for the germ factor so that's actually a pretty common practice to see happen I don't think that it's terribly rude to just give it a little white but I think it's a it's so funny how much it depends on the company that you're with among really close friends who can rip each other a bit you can like that's the back and say come on man could clean the ball first and that can be something that's really light we received it doesn't cause a lot of offense but in other company that could be really offensive and difficult to pull off casually and so you just try to kind of take care of it yourself I have a harder time with that when it comes to the joints that I smoke because of someone has as we say in the book a particularly wet whistle and that does get really wet then you're both potentially having a harder time is smoking the end of it and also it's just it's not comfortable you can try doing things like holding it a little bit differently some people I've seen some people hold the end of a joint almost like they're holding a chillum which you hold with your your hands kind of grass together in such a way that you're not actually touching the mouth piece but you're inhaling that's a little harder to pull off with the joint I I haven't mastered that one yet I this is a delicate issue it's definitely something to be aware of well Pat thanks for the question hi Bridget writes on Tuesday I rest are probably to the vet thinking she was having a seizure the vet told me that he suspected she was high is likely she picked up something off the sidewalk the vet said this is becoming more common and they see at least one high dog every day please be careful with your product even the outdoors and this is their rights I suffer a very bad psychotic reaction to pot it takes me to an ugly place and it takes me weeks to go back to a normal existence now that pot is legal I'm constantly surrounded by it in public places I grew up in the fifties and people smoke tobacco in public and you can get away from it now it's happening with weed where it's hard to find public space with clean air that last point raises some interesting questions in terms of just the responsibilities of the person who is using it and the responsibility or the way to approach that person say if they are not enjoying it in your presence absolutely and and just before we lose the point about you know where people are choosing to discard items you know I saw it I was on to walk the other day and saw vape pen discarded it was a disposable and to me I was just like boy that means that anyone of any age could be picking that up and finding that you don't know if it's empty or nonempty and that is worrisome so a consideration really is to dispose of your products properly to make sure that when you are carrying them on you that it's not easy for them to fall out of a pocket or purse or backpack or bag and to route to really take care with your product and really glad that listener brought that up in terms of smoke being everywhere and I believe technically that we are not supposed to be smoking publicly even though it happens very regularly I know that in people's personal homes and on private property that that you really can walk into a house and then you know have it be an issue for you like this listeners experiencing one of the interesting things about cannabis is that the many chemical compounds that are in it create the different effects that it has on our body and on our mind and I'm always a fan of encouraging people to go low and slow but to to try to find what might work for them if it is something they want to engage with but haven't found the right combination of the right strain yet because what this listener side is actually it's a pretty common negative reaction and it doesn't have to happen with every single strain and there's also some really great research out there about contact ties we referenced doctor Ryan van trees research in the book about the likelihood of you actually experiencing a contact high and what it would take to to get you one everybody is different so you want to keep that in mind but I do think it's really appropriate that if nobody has spoken up about you know opening a window or trying to take the smoke downwind from people rather than up wind river up windows where it's all going to drift on to the to the group near you and down wind as when it'll drift away from them and you really do want to feel comfortable saying you either moving yourself around or turning on a fan or opening up the window or stepping outside or asking someone else to do the same for you and it it really depends on the situation that you're in if I'm in a situation where I am the one person and and the rest of the crowd is all doing this I might choose to move myself rather than ask the crowd to move or I might speak with my host and say Hey you know just a reminder I'm I'm trying not to smoke right now again I was in that situation last night and I was really grateful that everyone around me they were both smoking cigarettes and smoking joints and it was really nice that they were aware of where I was sitting in in the on the back porch that we were all on and people are kind of moving and I was also moving myself at times when I didn't want to just speak up and say Hey you know can you watch it with that cigarette smoke that didn't feel comfortable or polite for me so I wanted to instead do what I could do to move around it and it all kind of worked out but I think having the confidence to know that you can move yourself or that you could speak up if you needed to and even maybe practicing some sample language that feels casual in light are ways that you can help feel confident walking into those situations where you might encounter elsewhere a little harder when we're talking about public smoking and you don't know people yes also if you ask what is concert etiquette my recent that's a mix of yes that that can be really tough right because at a concert you know you might not have the ability to move your seats and that can be you can be really bothers some I do suggest that if you're ever having trouble with someone around you are disturbing you at a concert and in some type of way or it's some type of public performance that you do your best to find an usher or someone from the establishment that's hosting it to deal with the problem and to explain what's going on to them you know safety does really supersede etiquette and you just don't know where other people are out there have been some really really intense stories that we've been told at the Emily post institute that we've seen highlighted in the news of just terrible backlash when someone tries to even politely confront someone and so I do said we do really suggest safety first and and go to the establishment of something is making you uncomfortable and again Lizzie posts book is higher and a Catholic I to the world of cannabis from dispensaries to dinner parties christen Vallejo join us hi I am in the tourist industry I've three years have been taking people from San Francisco up to so now Matt and napa county for wine tasting chores and recently just started my own business doing taking that model is that taking people up and then to see no for Canada's chores and the difference in behavior is night and day people are just so much more considerate and polite and smoke cannabis then a wine tasting well Chris intact yes we just started a new tour we combine the two and the at the tasting room but normally won't do late afternoon wine tastings because they say by then people are drunk and obnoxious they say oh you're cannabis people yeah we'll do a late afternoon Hey no problem Bernice in San Francisco joined as I'm about when you're like either end up you know social situation where there's children running everywhere what Medicare for being around children and second what is he what can you do if somebody else is like exposing the camp to Canada on a regular basis thirty six yeah this is a Bernese these are good questions they're also very tough questions mostly because parenting is such a personal issue and so you do in terms of your second question of what can you do of someone's exposing their own children to cannabis on a regular basis those are those are confrontational conversations that you really want to make sure that you feel comfortable having and that you approach with delicacy and care it's it is that they're they're very delicate topics when it comes to mics stage parties we see alcohol consumption and we even do see tobacco consumption in front of minors quite frequently cannabis I think in a lot of social ways will get folded into our society in in similar forms where you know you don't want that smoke drifting on to children you don't want it being in closed rooms with no ventilation with children around I think that you do want to make sure that you that for instance if if I go to a party I want to make sure and and it's a mixed day to party I want to make sure it's okay with my host that I you know light that joint in the backyard they may not want me to their they may choose not to not to engage with cannabis in front of their children or at at parties with children that are there that aren't their own other places it's perfectly okay I've been to many parties.

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"emily post institute" Discussed on KQED Radio

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10:46 min | 2 years ago

"emily post institute" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is here now recreational marijuana is now legal in ten states in Washington DC, and I guess it was only a matter of time before book came out about marijuana etiquette. Should you tip? Your bud tender at a marijuana dispensary. What should you do if you break a Bong at a party, and why is four twenty the synonym for cannabis the author is Lizzie post? The great great granddaughter of etiquette maven, Emily post and the current co president of the Emily post institute the book is called higher etiquette Lizzy post. Welcome to here. Now. Oh, thank you so much for having me. And I have to say I have not read anything from your great, great grandmother, Emily post. But I do have a friend who had whenever we go out to dinner and one person is served before everybody else will say Emily post says you can eat. And so I don't know if that's true or not. But I like to use it is no it is it is Emily definitely says to check in with the people around you. But for the most part food should be eaten hot. Okay. So what made you decide to do a book about the etiquette of marijuana use? So this book came about it was one of those where publisher was looking to look on with the Email came to me is weed etiquette. And it came across my inbox one day the person presenting it to us didn't think that it was right for our brand. But I said, hey, wait a second. We would literally raised my hand in my office alone to no one was like, no right here. I'll do that. That sounds good. It's a topic that we've talked about for a number of years, but it was really great to finally get the right opportunity to write a book on it. And what is it that you think needs to get out there? What message about it needs to be spread to the masses? Especially now that marijuana is being legalized in so many places I think that the biggest messages are really to destroy ties and to normalize this and to to help people understand that there are many different reasons to engage with cannabis. There's many different ways that people bring it into their lives and that kind of the classic stereotypical images. Really aren't the only ones out there? Do you think that the etiquette of marijuana is different than the etiquette of alcohol? There are definitely differences to it. But they have a lot of crossover, especially when it comes to things like letting people know whether or not it's something that you allow in your home. I know that I have a family and friends who keep alcohol-free homes. And so that was always a part of the invitation and same goes with cannabis if you have a four twenty friendly home, you wanna either let guests who are unfamiliar with that part of your life. No that that's something that might be going on at your house or choose to let guests to are familiar with that going on at your house know that hey, tonight's party is going to be kind of a mixed crowd. And we're not going to be consuming this evening. So it's all about communication, and it's all about respect. According to your book that you've got respect to how other people feel about it. And how you feel about it. Yes. And I've got to say that I have had some of my best conversations about the book with people who are non-consumers and people who might not even have the best view of consumers, and I've really found that by presenting my own consumption, and my own choices for why engage with cannabis in a really positive light. And showing that it's something that's really benefit. Fitted my life. I've gotten a lot of respect and judgment free conversations out of it. Not trying to tell someone they need to do it. But I am letting them know that it's been a really good thing in my life. Let's go through some of the pieces of advice that you offer. First of all you talk about what you should say. When you go into a marijuana dispensary that you should describe what you're trying to feel from whatever you're going to consume. Sure. So strains can be named just about anything in the name isn't going to always indicate what it is that you're gonna feel or the effects that you're going to get from this particular, strain and one of the overwhelming differences. I I noticed when I went to legalize states was that. But tenders really spent time saying, well, what kind of high are you looking for what do you want out of this? And that gave them a better sense for what kinds of strains that. They have that might work really well for me. So what kind of thing would you say to that question? So I would say, well, I really like something that I can be social on says something. That's going to give me energy, and maybe some focus or I really want something that's going to be a giggly light easy. High other times, I might go in and say, you know, I'm really looking for something that I'd like to take before bed. Something that's going to relax me really helped me kind of calm down. Go to sleep stay asleep for the night. So different things like that are are ways to go in terms of the effects that you're seeking. I did some reporting in Colorado at one of the first dispensaries to open their one of the biggest dispensaries to open there. And it was interesting to walk in in downtown Denver, and you see people all kinds of people including people in business suits walking in to get marijuana. Oh, yeah. All different kinds of people consume for all different kinds of reasons. It is a it is a vast community say, okay. Well, that brings us actually to something else that you talk about in this book, which is delivery of no wanna which I guess is. Pretty common thing now in some states where it's legal especially and one of the things that you say is don't invite drivers into smoker have a drink there at work and likely have other deliveries to make and they often can't partake while on the clock. This goes for asking them to play video games. We're coming for a meal or get involved in roommate or relationship dramas as well. Is that a big problem that people I think part of that was a little bit of nod to shows like high maintenance and just stories I have heard from people where they're like, you know, you'll walk in the middle of a roommate. And it's like they keep going and it's awkward. And I think people also tend to be really generous in the candidates community. So I did hear that. There's a lot of offering of like, hey, do you want some food? We're in the middle of cooking. This you shouldn't do that. You're saying you want to respect the fact that this person, you know, has somewhere to go. And I I also don't want to say that, you know, some delivery relationships they might be strong enough where that becomes a commonality. But you just you want to be respectful. The fact that this person does have other deliveries to make you also talk by the way in terms of being generous and sharing the about the etiquette involved with let's say that somebody brings we'd over to somebody else's house, and you have to be clear about whether that is for the person that you're bringing it to or whether that is supposed to be shared publicly sort of I guess the way that you would think about if you're bringing a very nice bottle of wine over to dinner. You might not want them to open that up that evening, but rather save it for later. It's fun, right. Like when you, sir. Start really thinking about it. We really fun. Exactly. So I like making the distinction between something that's really a gift to be enjoyed for the host or hostess versus something that is brought as a contribution to the entire evening now, just like most hosting gifts whether or not the host chooses to make it a part of the evening is really up to the host from an etiquette standpoint. But I just I love that idea of bringing something that's a thank you that just the host and their partner, or you know, or the other people that live in the house can enjoy together as a thank you for the celebration. And then I also love bringing something that's a contribution to the evenings. Should the host want to provide it for the evening and actually share it for the evening? You also have social media advice you say people should take care with photos. Posting comments and the prepared to take things down. If somebody's not happy that you posted a photo of them using marijuana. I guess it's really important to recognize that while someone. Be totally comfortable sharing their cannabis consumption with you and talking about it with you that posting it to their larger life online might not be something they are comfortable with and just getting used to respecting other people's boundaries. Like that is really key. That brings us to the fact that this interview between you and me is being heard in states where cannabis is legal and also in states where it is not legal. How do you handle that part of it? What's the etiquette involved with some people who for whom it is not legal to consume? So we really wrote this book from the perspective of legalize usage. And as a company we can't we can't say go out there and do all of this. If it's not legal, but we certainly a lot of the etiquette in the book will apply to folks who are consuming in states where prohibition is still active, and I say be careful help try to change the laws where you can. And certainly traveled to enjoy the. States where cannabis is legalized what do you say to people who maybe would be listening to this conversation and thinking I don't believe that cannabis should be legal that it impairs judgment that it is not good for people with developing brains, like younger people that it can be dangerous. If you use it, and then drive that it could be bad for your health and certain ways, what do you say to that? Those are all really valid concerns. And I certainly appreciate those perspectives. My hope would be that that person would be open to whatever news or information that they're hearing that's both scientific and anecdotal as they encounter cannabis more and more in their communities, whether their communities are legalized or not it's a conversation. That's happening. Much more in mainstream America today. What do you think your great, great grandmother? Emily post would think of this book. I, you know, it's funny. I think she would appreciate the book. I don't think she would. I'd love my smoking cannabis because she wasn't a fan of smoke in general. But I do think that she would really appreciate the fact that people are allowed to engage with something that they feel makes their lives better or more enjoyable. And I think she was someone who always fought for that. She fought very hard against prohibition. But she herself never consumed alcohol. So I could see her really fighting for the right for people to make decisions for themselves around it. And I could also see her choosing not.

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