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"ervin j" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Just take in shock. Rods your taste nets. Were pulse rifles. Make no mistake. I won't griff alive. The platoon obeyed without a word dropping their rifles and pulling out the smaller weaponry nets from the rucks. Rucksacks will pulled out her. jv and lead the party into the darkness. Lights on soldiers will in flip the switch on her battle armor and a shoulder mounted light fire to life sending its beams bouncing down the deep channel head of the party. The pinpricks of light seemed to get swallowed in a sea of black. That flooded the tunnel. A single line of rail ran through the middle of the underpass and there was a clearance of ten feet on each side of the enclosure with each step willing could feel the low barely audible echo her movement within the concrete cavern echoing deep into the depths in silence. She split one half of the detail to stay on the left of the tracks while the remaining party came up on the right the wall of in followed her due to play marching for further into the darden's stopping at regular intervals to listen and look for any signs of graft the only movement within the tunnel was the slow guest of horrid wind wafting over them bringing foul odors of mildew and rot up from the sub subterranean. Lebron willing cannot contain her discuss. Gods what is that. It smelled foul. Something died with each step. The stench grew ends grew in strength and presence. She had smelled death in all its forms. But something about this was uncanny. It made her uneasy. The militia marched on through the darkness ignoring the sound of the dripping water in the low moons of rotting wind blowing through the tunnel. Even though she was flanked by thirty soldiers she cannot shake the feeling of of being allowed refocusing determination preparing her for her next inevitable confrontation. With graft the group push more than a mile into the tunnel system with no solid leads. After an hour of march they found nothing in will begin began to worry. The hair on the back of her neck stood up in her blood hammered through veins on the battlefield. She had long learned to trust your intuition. She had a palpable sense that something was wrong. It was another waft of air that it was ice. Cold in raked putrefied flesh. This air is not coming from the other. End of the tunnel. Willem bounced ideas to remind calculating the origin of the odor as she worked not to show any visible signs of distress towards the man steady soldier. She whispered she could feel them their nervousness their anxiety. It all left it it all that often. Invisible energy within the darden's thoughts blasted through her mind. Light red hot rockets slicing through the night at night sky. They were terrible and impossible to ignore. Rift was not in the tunnel and she concluded that her initial assumptions about his strategy off his guys worked and now willem was nowhere near her target. None of that matter because her mistake landed her into a trap. His trump she quickly realized it san. They would have to either fight or run..
"ervin j" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Randolph's near racist rhetoric reflected his assertion that garvey was an alien west indian and not a true american negro national speaking toes. The end of lacey pe- for garvey must go campaign failed in telling move randolph. The supposed socialist and his allies turned to the us empire for help. They openly encouraged repression of the un. I in early january nineteen twenty-three this grouping became alarmed when the chief government witness against gavi and his coming mail fraud. Trial was killed this trader. Ervin j w east of new orleans had been formerly a leader in the way but had been ousted for embezzlement the dying eastern had allegedly identified his assailants as to workers along showman and a painter. Who were you an aa security qadri. The anti gov grouping was seized with fair for themselves will be corrected for their treasonous. Collaboration with the state on january fifteenth nineteen twenty-three constituted themselves as a committee of eight. They wrote to. Us attorney general daugherty begging him to strike down to african nationalists without any delay. This horse this historic. Linda is informative. Dare sir as the chief law enforcement officer of the nation. We wish to call your attention. Heretofore unconsidered menace to harmonious race relations. There are in our midst certain negro criminals and potential murderers both foreign and american born who moved and actuated by intense hatred of the white race. These undesirables continually procreate proclaimed that all white people enemies to the negro. They have become so fanatical that the threatened and attempted to death of their opponents. The movement known as the universal negro improvement association has done much to stimulate the violent temper of this dangerous movement as president and moving. Spirit is one marcus. Garvey an unscrupulous demagogue who has ceaselessly assiduously sought to spread among negroes distrust and hatred of all white people during a is chiefly composed of the most primitive and ignorant element of west indian and american negroes for the above reasons. We advocate the attorney. General uses full influence completely to disband extirpate this vicious movement and that he vigorously and speedily pushed the government's case against marcus. Garvey for using the mails to defraud is future. Meetings should be carefully watch by officers that law and fractures promptly and severely punished the eight who sadly slavish appeal randolph. This honestly professional. Nothing about it were chandler..
Houston Rockets 'willing to get uncomfortable,' source says
"Got and you were bit baffled by this when ralph ervin read is updates about the new york daily news reporting that the nets and the rockets had agreed to a deal in principle trae. We got all types of conflicting reports. Which connie's maybe. That's why i was like what right right right because tim macmahon from. Espn is reporting. Rob g read the his post. If you don't mind well it's been aggregated by gm but the money quote here is that the rockets are quote willing to get uncomfortable in quote with the trade wishes of harding and westbrook and feel no pressure to expedited. Deal ahead of the start of the regular season which willing to get uncomfortable with me. You know if you guys going to act up. We're fine but we're not just going to give you wanna give in right. Could they both got two. Maybe three years left on. The i say may because they've got a player options for third year. So the rockets are in no rush. I'm going to give fleeced unknown organization. Chris if you trade away. James harden does value of your franchise. Go down yes so simple as that right. Yeah yeah robbie first-time gm you think. He wants his first trade to beat a. He got fleeced and he got bullied by some players. Who had three years left on your deal to. You won't be gm long that right. So let's see. I mean who knows what will happen. And we'll get into that a little bit later but when i heard that he was like Deals done unto prince wall was.
"ervin j" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast
"So that is why the things you see my resume every time to call new educational piece it was to meet the demands of something that was being. shortchanged, hearing the Ron Saba leading meetings, the man of what is needed and for me preparing to run running for mayors recalls believe in things that have done as a city councilwoman and I wanna see these things continue and that is why run from here because I know that spirits council especially with we're at right now. Well, we sure appreciate the work that you've done for the city I have been my whole life, but close I moved to my dad got out of the army was a physician here in town. In nineteen sixty six. Oh, been here since then. And like you I wanna see the best for the that's what brings us to do to podcast in. This is not about Doug and I of this is about helping bring awareness to what a great city we have, and you certainly have done a lot to help raise awareness and I know there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes particularly with all the boards in the council's you sit on Tell us about what you're most proud of all you've been on city. Council. The Solan of youthful things out product and could not if I had to ties I will say the ability I was able to get three point five million dollars set aside for community development. And I say that it's important because I believe that all areas of the Cedar far you have a beautiful neighborhood to be within. An starts having a safe liveable home. So by doing that also deleting we are creating an atmosphere where businesses when it comes to look at Al City. That we're investing banking job communities throughout the whole of the seat, make an awful areas North West East and South all beautiful and believed by doing that we will trait businesses. So numb along with that three point, five million dollars being reinvested eating communities, which is something no one else in the history An. Impressive like I said there there there's a lot of things folks on her resume her bio. We're not rapping up by any means but while we're at that point, take a look at our website and see all these accomplishments and her vision for the city and I think you'll be as impressed as we are. And I see out of the Corner Ma my second over here raising his hand dug don't be shot man this is. One thing I never his shot. So Theresa. Press resume. Yes. You've got the you raised a three. Five million dollars. IS PART OF THAT Going into your green, initiative. Note No, that's totally separate. Yet a three point five, million dollars really shoes. What we call seed money because even at sounds like a lot of one up when you start thinking about building home if you're in real estate, you know how? We use that to start trading banks and private builders to get involved. So that's totally different. Not a green initiative is separate in his. You may know we are Green City already comes out trees vs. So that will be totally different and I WANNA see his role in that area because if you wave of the future, the way of the future is sustainability. And so they will be fundings I note from federal now that we needed position for us. So when it's occurring, we can receive funding. So have you ever have you ever driven floors and? My goodness worthies people come from. A driver but I'm telling you I'm a bike for I'm not a motorcycle biker bite by. A love it. I don't dare all these roads and. I realized I just while Rupe Ron Wilson Bolt but I wrote the judge by twelve and carried out by six. and standing so. Do you have any plans in the green initiative, full more family friendly bypass that we could use to. To to go round Florence with. I'm having to go through neighborhoods now until you know to find my way to the town and everything. So available Jackson but. Anyway. So what do you think I? Mean you have anything like that or will ask now because the we have a pedestrian friendly a plan for just what you speaking about. But a lot of streets that we have they are also stayed on streets. So to do anything 'til scripts, we have to get permission from the state. So I'll tell you to help us to move that alone we need our citizens to contact state representatives so we can get permission to do these things. We have the plants. So we need permission that's the key word for my fate. If you were to look at, we have some areas Radolph for Cherokee, and also some street will having to put its invite path. But it was a struggle to get there. So I'll say we have the plans, but now we need permission. So everybody contact you state reps right. If you tired of dodging cars while you're on your bicycle or you're kind of dodging bikers while you're driving your cars. Clearly it. That is definitely an Omelette a lot of places, Charlotte Columbia the last place arm farce we are lagging behind and cities like that and certainly Charleston and has those things. So everybody come on get involved disliked we talk about all the time we do these five guests Don't involve don't complain. Well, we your trees and these month
"ervin j" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast
"You're listening to the Pee Dee's own T In wo A Peas P odcast. A podcast at highlights all the reasons why Florence South Carolina is an amazing place to call home. I'm your host, Michael? Parker. And along with my co-host Doug Somaford will strive to bring you interviews and reviews of the best businesses in happenings all around the PD. Beck, you so much for tuning in. Welcome. Everybody to the two peas in a podcast of the PD we are so excited today to have this theresa, Myers urban with. Theresa thank you so much for coming in Not only are you candidate for mayor here in Florence but wow, what resume and I'm folks feel you in a little bit. She's a native of Florence South Carolina. She's married and has three children see is has an associate's degree in nursing from Forest Arlington Tech, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Francis Marion University. has been a registered nurse and working with Macleod for thirty eight years. Is a nursing instructor on the program that I'm be a real honest I couldn't begin pronounce that words. But she's been a licensed realtor since two thousand and five was elected to city council in District One and two thousand ten has served nonstop then for ten years now. So now for mayor. Wow, I'm impressed. How do you find time to do all of that? Is All buff prioritizing now, I do want to add an honorary doctorate degree from France's Aaron humanities well, I have that down here but my papers so full yellow. I've never seen so many accomplishments in one place and truly like you said off Mike up a life of service. So we thank you for that. So so how do you prioritize and all I'll let you got going on now running for mayor. How does that work out for you resume everything's about time management and I believe the things that's important to utilize. You will make the time for. Social being my family and community service. When it comes lead leading the city is less important. In because I'm a farce of NATO I love Florence and I believe that WanNa see the best for floors so far she's always number one for me.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"Than two hundred dollars to any officer our employees. E prohibits the paying of fines by the violations of this law. F- Mars officers from office for five years for convictions, felonies on the reporting are trusteeship requirements of this love. G buyers from office Communist Party. Members H repeals the requirement union. Officers filed non. Affidavit in order to have the union. For the services of the NFL RB. Title Six Contains provisions that did not fit in the other titles are Ms Laney's. A provides penalties of one thousand dollars in one year in prison for use or threat of violence to interfere with the rights guaranteed entitled One. beep prohibits extortion picketing. See gives the Secretary of Labor power to investigate all violations of this law with the exception of the bill of rights and the Taft Hartley amendments. The prohibits unions from disciplining their members for using their rights under this law e provides that they railway Labor Act shall not be affected by the provisions of this law. F provides that state laws on crumbs covered. This law shall not be diminished authority. Title Seven amendments to the Taft Hartley Act. A provides that state agencies and the courts are permitted to assume jurisdiction over labor dispute excluded from the. Be. In eller be from enlarging areas. It claims to consider see permits the president to designate enacting nlrb general counsel. If the office is vacant. D? It, an unfair labor practice to curse employers. To approve a union or to obtain hut cargo contracts. E to Kerr. Here's an employer to recognize unions. Are To force another employer to recognize. You're not certified by the. You know our be in an election. Are divorced him to stop doing business with a with another firm. Eth- make it. An unfair labor practice to force workers to strike are refused to handle goods for any of the purposes mentioned above. G exempting only the garment industry and Building Industry under certain specified. Conditions. H huck cargo contracts are considered unfair labor practices. I prohibits organization and recognition picketing. The employer has not been guilty of. An unfair labor practice and has recognized another union under and. Be Certification election within the previous year, or if union had been picketing for thirty days with asking for an for an election. Jay, it brings railroad, airline, farm, and local government workers under the Taft Hartley leak. Law Provisions regarding, picketing, and secondary boycotts. K. Permits the nlrb to allow economic strikers. To vote in representation elections conducted within a year the strikes beginning. L. It permits pre hire contracts in the building industry, even if no NLRB lection. Taken Place and allows these contracts to require workers to join the union with in seven days, and except where outlawed by state lied allows these kind of tracks to require. Hiring through the union. There may be many reasons way a more strict. Labor Reform Bill was passed. Here's some that. Are Significant a two and a half years of the racket committee hearings. McClellan Prestige and efforts on behalf of stricter labor reform..
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"D provides provide records but court. To be in suits by members. E report. A possible conflicts of interest. F- file an annual report with the Secretary of Labor on non-wage money. Pay to unions are to their. Are To labor. Relations consultants for influence. Being employees on bargaining rights jeep required labor relations consultant not lawyers to file similar reports. H made it. A crime fell to file are to falsely or destroy such reports. Title Free. is about trusteeships a? Require that a semi annual report be filed with the Secretary of Labor detailing the conditions of the trusteeship. Financial conditions of the local. So. Held! Makes it a crime not to do so are to falsify such reports. Are Be permit suits by the secretary of Labor are by unions prevent violation. Of Trusteeship requirements see provide in such suits that trusteeships would be. Undisturbed for eighteen months, but after that time it would be presumed invalid unless extended by court order. Ida Four covers elections in unions. A requires secret votes in the election of union leaders at least every three years for locals four years for intermediate unions at five years for national organizations. Be. Requires the Union. To male candidates, campaign, leach or to the members at the cat. ITS OWN EXPENSE SEE PROVIDES A. Where there is a union shop, candidates may inspect the membership lists. E candidates may observe the counting of ballots and voting procedures e requires that members be given the opportunity to nominate. F- permits the Secretary of Labor to conduct an election. To Re call a union officer guilty of misconduct. G. Permits. Union members to seek injunctions through the secretary of Labor, if their claims of violations, election and recall procedures are not decided by union procedures within three months. Title Five Safeguards for Labor organizations a requires in officers. Who are we required to handle money to do so? Solely for the benefit of the Union and its members. BE PERMITTED members to sue for damages and to ask for an accounting when an officer is alleged to violate this requirement and the had. Made no attempt. To recover such funds. See makes it a criminal act to embezzle union funds. Are for a union officer handling money not to be bonded. The prohibits loans of more.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"Chamber of Commerce and it state groups, and the less well-known national small business, men's association collaborated in a maneuver to influence moderate congressman from districts which elected them by less than fifty five percent of the total vote. There were some one hundred twenty of these fifty four of whom were selected for special attention. Meetings let writings and various forms of. Contact to give them the idea that a keeper. Percentage of their constituents were interested in strong labor reform. The only need fourteen votes, but ended up with twenty three. The bill cleared Congress on September fourth. It arrived at the white. House for the president to sign to make it a law. He was in Scotland visiting Prime Minister Macmillan. And Her Highness Queen Elizabeth. But there was no doubt he would sign it. On August thirteenth win victory was Cherd. He issued from the temporary white. House at Gettysburg Pennsylvania the following statement. With I am sure millions of Americans I applaud the House of Representatives where it's vote today in support of the London. Griffin Labor Reform, Bill, which would deal effectively with the abuse disclosed by the Mcclellan Committee. I congratulate all those who voted in support of this legislation. President Eisenhower, Singer on the bill on September fourteenth nineteen, fifty-nine without comment was an anti-climax to the fierce legislative battle. To summarize. We need to look at each title title one the bill of rights guarantees. Union members a the right to nominate candidate it. Be Participate in meetings. With other members see vote for union officers deep prohibits unions from preventing suits by members after union procedures are exhausted for settlement of members grievances. E. Protect the right of members to appear in governmental at prohibit. The Union from increasing assessments of members except by secret majority vote. G. REQUIRES THAT MEMBERS BE? Furnished copies by the Union of collective bargaining agreements, and that members be informed about the Labor Bill. H requires that unions give written statements of charges to members in disciplining actions and provide members with a fair hearing. I permit civil. Suits by members for infringement of rights guaranteed by the bill. Title to. The section is about reporting requirements by unions to the Secretary of Labor. A A copy of their constitution be a copy of their bylaws. See annual financial reports including records. Of loans of more than two hundred dollars per person. Records of all disbursements and requires that this information be available to union members..
"ervin j" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"They were able to have a club team. And then they could have a club team for a certain amount of years, and after that then they could get a football team legit football team. So, that is something you know that they. You know people are always wondering why right state never had a football team. What wasn't you know because they couldn't well? It wasn't because they did want to was that they could because of the deal that they had with Ohio state. You know I've heard loss stories about very. Why don't have football? I heard that Ervin J notre didn't want football when he put the money for under center. I. Don't know if that's true, but I can tell you the stories about being on that first group to get football ever state and I was pretty much the. L- as on just because I was at the college radio station much if I if I wasn't a sporting event, I'm at the radio station, but I can tell you the stories of getting that off the ground and our first spring game at Wayne. We took on. The Ohio Valley Warriors I think they were at the time and then we move to. We go to Bell Brooke. After Wayne I think we did, but then we. We have our own wreck football field now, which is awesome on campus? and. Surely I hope one day. The hockey team can come back because they did win a national. The year before I started there, but. Yeah, it's. You know we have great sports here. Now, let me ask a follow up question. What would you like to see in the future for sports and media in Dayton Ohio? With sports I would like to see you know obviously I would love to see another arena football team back. We talked about an actual. The bring back the professional hockey. To Dayton. We need we need A. Another Center Sports Complex for us to really be able to bring that back in. and. As far as like the media I would like to see a little more you know. coverage and it starting to happen on the I. Don't WanNa say Niche or tes but sports that. Don't get as much publicity. Obviously you know I'm going to be. Highly Partial Derby. And I would love to see Roller Derby. You know.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"After the house had appointed its conferees. On Friday August fourteen they senate. Admit following Monday to consider the message from the house announcing the passage of the Senate bill with the Lutheran Griffin amendments and asking for a conference. Lyndon Johnson announced to the sent that. Johnson kindy. Dirksen and McClellan had agreed that the Senate Would have an opportunity to debate any bill agree to in conference and let the Senate conferees would ask for instructions if the session. became deadlocked. Johnson also pointed out that any member could at anytime move to recall the bill. And countries from comforts. Dirksen raised the question of instructing companies, then started an argument over to requests the first Brennan immediate vote on the bill as passed in the House and for instructions to conferees to report back to the Senate prior to formal disagreement. His request for a vote on the Leonard Griffin Bill which. If adopted at that point would have. Obviated need for a conference and killed the. Candy Urban Bill was rejected by a Goldwater McClellan without who support such vote could not hope to succeed. They affirmed their belief that. They could bring out a better bill than either of the two was at the time Goldwater even made in this connection that the Kennedy Urban Bill was tepper in its first five titles the Lander Griffin Bill. And that parts of Candy Urban. Were preferrable. Vice President Nixon refused to accept wants motion for instructions to the conferees. Seeing might could propose it again after the Senate. Agreed Senate Bill Conference? Go Wider Promise to bring the bill back to the Senate within a week of the whole of progress. Subsided Johnson moves that the Senate insist on its bill and appoint conferees. The motion passed on a wasteful. Vice President announced that the countries were Kennedy McNamara Moore's Randolph Goldwater Dirksen and crowded. All the members of the Senate Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Although no official transcript. Of the conference committee was published the progress. Our lack of it was well documented in the press. The Senate, conferees were more divided than. The House team, but with Kennedy as chairman, and supporting him the other three Democrats from the Senate worst McNamara and Randolph. Made a Stanford. The position taken in the Candy Urban Bill. The House conferees led by Grand Barton Democrat North Carolina Chairman of the House Committee on Education and Labor. Although? A Democrat. A strong advocate of the strict reforms Landon Griffin Bill. He was supported by Landry Giffen Thompson. Democrat from New Jersey. Areas. Perkins? And Kerns. Conference Open on Tuesday August eighteenth with statements of hope and confidence expressed by both sides feeling. Scarcely supported by the facts of this situation. The first day was devoted to setting technical differences in the sections, dealing with the rights of Individual Union members with respect to union discipline and the reporting requirements of unions and their officials. In, the following day's agreement was reached on the first six titles of the seven in the bill. The bill remained mostly that of the original one Landry Griffin Bill Candy compromise with the. Idea that he may get. Greater concessions on larger issues later. Candy claimed in the Senate. On August twenty eighth that he had compromised twenty seven times or twenty eight times to Leonard Griffin supporters three times. He made it. He did not expect a deadlock and agreed that was made was to require all union officials to be bought. This was directed the teamsters who? Have had some of their officers refused bonds by shirty companies. The teamsters canceled all bonds on their officers and took their business to Lloyd's of London. The agreement required bonds to be issued by shirty companies holding grants of authority for the Secretary of the Treasury, this exclude lights, although some warned companies do hold such grant the next. That was debate was noman's-land. But they soon realized they were far from agreement so moved. Onto the provisions dealing with organizational picketing, hot cargo and secondary boycotts. They reached an agreement on provisions regarding permitting workers on strikes to vote in recognition. Elections called by employers are new hires hired S, replacements but London. griffins proponents had a stipulation that the election must take place within nine months for the strikers to be able to vote. The proponents of the Griffin Bill also won the issue of keeping service assistance usually operators at telephone companies. In supervisory class existing then under the Taft Hartley Act from organizing as workers and Denies Authority to the in a be to recognize a union prayer to a preliminary. Be Hearing. A deadlocked in debate over jurisdiction in dispute exclude by the be. From its, consideration Became supporters favored state agencies, specifically, excluding State Court with all actions covered by federal law. Giving bill provide for state courts, jurisdictions as well and allowed state law to be applied at Hugh was the anti-labour reputation of the court and state laws in the south. The conferees made no headway in this dispute. Senator Goldwater was discouraged enough to announce that he would be the Senate to instruct the Senate compromise if agreement had not been reached by five pm of Wednesday. August, twenty six. If he did, so it appeared likely that the Senate would proceed to vote on the Land Griffin. Bill passed in the house. Rather than instructor conferees to surrender in negotiations. On Tuesday the come freeze made progress and goldwater retracted his earlier deadline volume a lengthy conversation with Candy Dirksen and Lyndon Johnson Fortunate Democrat conferees proposed a compromise. It covered the disputed areas of secondary boycotts, organizational picketing and recognition, whole picketing and no man's land jurisdiction the terms. The package proposal were not made public, but press reports state that they were known to be coached in language of the Landrieu Griffin bill with certain refinements, limitations and provides. One of the limitations placed by the Democrats in accepting the position on no-man's-land the state courts, applying state law could handle cases excluded from the be.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"This time as a guest on the meet the press TV show which explored with Kennedy the need for Labor Legislation Senator Goldwater appearing on the Martin. A- GRONKOWSKI show on August seventh nineteen fifty nine spoke for strict labor reform on the same day representative Madame. A Democrat from Indiana and advocate of Kennedy urban type Labor Reform discussed the situation on labor reform on the day giveaway show. Saint Democrat Whip Mansfield immigrant from Montana and Senator Kenneth Keating Democrat from New York appeared on eastern states. Tv show commenting that the public demand for a good labor reform. Bill was being about in the Congress Hallaq and representative John McCormick Democrat from Massachusetts. The House Majority Leader stated opposing views on the Labor reform bills on another network show. Senator Candy was interviewed on another eastern states. Tv Show and stated at the time that a labor reform bill could be achieved in three weeks if the house would accept the Elliott Bill and on August Tenth Nineteen fifty-nine Speaker of the house. Sam Rayburn made an address on a nationwide radio network advocating adoption at the Elliott Bill. The public was deluged with these and other pills. The effect of the appeals to the people was astonishing and represent a turning point in the labor reform. Quelling Robert Candies. Tv Parents Congressmen were flooded with letters. Demanding Labor reform the volume increased in response to address. Senator Dirksen received more than two thousand letters in one day. All Congressman experience large increases the pressure for stricter labor reform had a snowballing effect and win on July Twenty Seventh Representative Philip Landreau Democrat from Georgia at Robert Griffin Republican from Michigan introduced. H R eighty. Four hundred don't Esa land-related Griffin Bill. Saaf reform advocates realized that the trouble lay ahead senator. Mcclellan released the interim report of the Senate Racket Committee covering abuses revealed in the teamsters Union the Detroit Institute of Laundering and the Malcolm aided meat cutters in butcher workmen of North America. The Elliott Bay was referred next to the House Rules Committee which opened hearings on it on August fourth. The three bills popularly compared to boiled eggs soft boiled being shelley bill medium being the Elliott Bill and hard boiled the Land Griffin Bill. The deliberation of the rules committee very important. The rules committee would decide such matters as the time limits. For debate what circumstances amendments could be made and what order bills could be considered. Tim Birds were already short. And during the rules committee hearings Landreau called Representative Madden of Indiana. Who WAS CONSIDERED PRO-UNION? A son of a not completing the thought the committee heard testimony from representatives Leandra. Shelly Bent Roosevelt Bayley. A Democrat from West Virginia Griffin and Hoffman a Republican from Michigan before granting an open rule of six our debate and waving points of order. The most important effect of open role was to permit floor amendment to the Elliott Bill. The goal of most of the members who voted it out of the House Labor Committee the House debated the Labor Reform Bill known as the Elliott the shelley in the Limousine Griffin bills from August eleventh to August Fourteenth Representative Smith a Democrat from West Virginia leader the Southern Block in the House and Chairman of the rules committee call up. Hr three three eight for consideration. This measure provided that house should resolve itself into the committee of the whole in the state of the Union for consideration of HR eight three four. Two Elliott Bill. The six debate was to be confined to HR eighty three forty two and was to be divided evenly between proponents and opponents of the bills. The Chairman of and ranking minority member of the House Committee on Education and Labor will control the debate. It provided that after passage of HR EIGHTY-THREE. Forty to the House Committee. On Education and Labor should discharge from further consideration of s one. Five five five it would be in order to strike out all after the enacting clause in S. one five five five and substitute provision of eighty. Three forty to ask passed the house within request a conference from the Senate as a speaker would appoint the conferees for the House Representative Smith. Then explain the parliamentary situation on the consideration of the three bills. I he said the Elliott Bill would be considered when read for amendments at the end of the First Section. It would be in order to offer the Lane Griffin Bill asked amendment and the Shelley Bill if they voted for the London Griffin Bill Fish Alley Bill lendrum Griffin. Bill would be reported to the House and voted on if defeated been the committee bill. Be Elliott Bill would be open to amendments everyone was rate to advance the provisions of S. One five five five. Would I be substituted in stricken and HOUSE BILL AS AMENDED INSERTED AND CONFERENCE APPOINTED? Smith pointed out how unusual this process had been as two subcommittees her testimony on the bill but did not write it. It was written in full House Labor Committee by members who had not been on the subcommittees which heard the testimony was voted favorably out of committee on the votes of its opponents of the five members who had supported in reality. Not One had heard the testimony before subcommittee. Smith's resolution. The rules were adopted. The House resolved itself into the committee of the whole and the debate began on the Elliott. Bill the next few days we're consumed in lengthy debate over familiar topics about thirty speakers. Favorite the lendrum Griffin Bill Seventeenth spoke for the Elliott Bill and only six for the shelley bill. When the bill was opened for Amendment Adam Clayton Powell Democrat from New York tried to kill the lunchroom griffin bill by inserting it. In an amendment requiring racial integration in unions a proposal which immediately caused an uproar in the House on a teller count of vote on this amendment. It was rejected. Two hundred fifteen to one hundred sixty approval would almost certainly have doomed the bill for eventual passage as it would have turned southerner solidly against the Bill Committee Counsel Robert K. Openly broke with committee chairman. Mcclellan and endorsed the Elliott Bill as including all the proposals indicate as necessary by the McClellan committee. Investigations Seca Carrie. Mitchell broke his long silence by endorsing their London Griffin. Bill same day the Shelley Bill was defeated by vote of two hundred and forty five to one hundred and thirty two LEANDRA offered Balandras Griffin Bill as an amendment to the committee still under consideration for women. Chairman Barton gave an address on the floor. Ridiculing the bill calling for strict Labor Reform on August Thirteenth Nineteen fifty nine the debates continued the Landon Griffin proponents proposed an exemption under the Taft Hartley. Act a stage to divide organized Labor opposition to the bill. The proposal was rejected by vote of one hundred and eighty three to one hundred. Seventy Nine Martin proposed at three. Oh Five. Pm that debate end at four PM and by a vote of two hundred seventy six to twenty six it was except representative to howdy. A Democrat from Texas proposed an amendment to allow civil suits instead of seeds by the secretary of labor rights violation cases and was adopted after luxury and Griffin endorsed. It by a vote of one hundred eighty six to one hundred fifty seven representative closer. A Democrat from Tennessee proposed an amendment to reduce the fine for violence committed in a union hall from Ten Thousand Dollars to one thousand dollars which was opposed by voice vote debate was completed on the Land Room Griffin amendment. It passed at this point no amendment to it would be possible if rejected than consideration of the Elliott. Bill would follow the as one. The two hundred fifteen to two hundred representing approval of the Bill Walter. A Democrat from Pennsylvania Chairman of the Committee of the whole stated. The bill was now report back to the House with an amendment. Barden Lynch a vote on adopting the London Griffin bill with a result of two hundred and twenty-nine favor to two hundred one four members not voting including the seriously ill Elliott a vote of four hundred and thirty was an all time house record. Ninety Five Democrats voting in favor ninety two of them. Sixteen of the Twenty Texans held in line by barn defected. Vote for the Bill Speaker. Mourn said it was impossible to get an engrossment that same day so it would go over to Friday fourteen at noon the house reconvened and hr eighty-three Four. Two was read until bargaining interrupted to move unanimous consent to dispense with the reading. There was no objection and unrepresentative. Here's.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"Can he could have no idea what was about having to his bill. In the House of Representatives hearings on labor management reform legislation were began by a joint so committee on Education and Labor on March Fourth. Nineteen fifty nine in Washington. Dc and continued throughout March and April. The two subcommittees combined for the purpose of these hearings were the subcommittee on Labor Management Relations and the Subcommittee on Labor standards. Carl Perkins a Democrat from Kentucky was chairman of the former subcommittee and fill one dro Democrat from Georgia of the ladder. Each subcommittees composition was four. Democrats and two Republicans making the joint subcommittee eight Democrats and four Republicans and all members were from the north of the first twenty two bills referred to the Joint Committee for hearings about half were versions of the candy Iran. Bill and the other half were pattern rather closely after the more strict administration bill in the Senate bill introduced by George McGovern Democrat from South Dakota and one introduced by eath greed. A Democrat from Oregon led the list of bill similar to the Candy Urban Bill Representatives James Roosevelt Democrat from California sponsored. A bill less strict than any of the above mentioned proposal but was exceeded in moderation by represented week Taylor. A Democrat from New York. Offered a bill considered the least distasteful to organize Labor subcommittee continued its hearings through. May and ended on June tenth. Nineteen fifty nine the hearings comprise of two thousand six hundred. Seventy five pages of testimony in five volumes. Heard a hundred and twenty six witnesses. Forty eight representing Labor organizations fifty-seven representing management groups for from government agencies congressman and witnesses testifying in the public interest. George meany and secretary of Labor Mitchell again testified the joint subcommittee began the process of drafting. The bill to be presented to the full committee on Labor. Progress was too slow for me and in mid-june it voted twenty two ten to bypass the joint sub Kamini. And take up the drafting of the bill in the full committee of Thirty members which was debated twenty to ten Democrats and Republicans however Chairman Barden could be counted on to push for strict labor reform and four other southern Democrats on the committee. Also were considered sympathetic to stringent reform using the candy urban bill as a basis for argument since it had already been approved by the Senate. The committee Labor over each section individually with deep disagreement in air tation speaking the House on June Twelfth Nineteen fifty-nine Dent a Democrat from Pennsylvania. Explain Bet Labor. Opposition was based in fear that coming so close after the clone committee scandal would be overly punitive. The Committee Accomplished Avenue to changes from the candy. Irvine bill the main one was the deletion of criminal penalties for violations of its provisions union. Lobbying pressures were acute at this time but Democrats voted with Republicans to keep the bill from being buried in committee and a seventeen to thirteen but resulted in a continuation of the committee. Were on the bill on July. Twenty Third Nineteen fifty nine. The committee voted sixteen to fourteen to report the bill to the House. Only five members were actually in favor. The bill as it stood the remaining members felt it was either to tap are too soft on. Labor. The bill was named. Hr eight three four two also known as the Elliott Bill after its sponsor Carl Elliott Democrat from Alabama other than the deletion of criminal penalties and the Kenny urban bill changes in the no-man's-land provisions of the Senate to provide that an enlarge Be would handle these cases that bill was largely similar to the Kenny urban bill in its degree of labor reform. The Elliott bill was regarded as a softer than the Kennedy Erin. Bill and drew opposition from proponents of strict Labor Reform House nor e leader Heloc a Republican from Indiana called it a diluted version of a watered-down bill while the AFL CIO rejected. Both it and mackanty urban bill promoting said the bill proposed by Representative Shelley a Democrat from California. The teamsters union lobbyists led by Sydney who remained aloof from the battle till the bills were under consideration in the house. Committee now started all the pressure at their command on the congressman Howick in Dirksen persuaded President Eisenhower to exercise his influence at this time by the strongest means available a nationwide television address or the subject of labor reform legislation on August..
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"Hello listeners this is labor no your rights podcast. I'm your host Dave. This episode is brought to you by the National League of Justice and security professionals where the members come first contact information can be found in our show notes including our toll free number where you can leave a message. Ideas for future. Episodes are tell us about events. Campaigns are victories in your union. Please check out. Life on record Hey listeners labor no your raves will be.
"ervin j" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights
"Provision that the act would a pre rates states to punish the same offenses under state laws. They fully intended to seek. Further amendments on the Senate floor senator. Prouty sympathized with them but voted in favor of reporting the bill believing it was the only way to assure some labor legislation during the current session majority leader. Johnson in March suggested to minority leader in that the comedian fillet reporting the bill until the house acted on Labor Reform. Johnson but has would kill the bill as they had to the labor reform bills in nineteen fifty eight. He also spelt say tracking. This bill would be flayed charities prestige in hope for winning the nomination for the presidency during some proposed the delay to the committee but it was rejected. The committee agreed to delay consideration of the controversial. Taft Hartley amendments proposals. Sure bring on long and bitter debate. That would likely kill the labor reform. Bill Democrats suggested a twelve band. Blue Ribbon Panel of Labor La Experts under the chairmanship of Professor Cox charged with studying amendments to the Taft Hartley and submit recommendations to the Senate later in the session. Debate began on April sixteenth. Nineteen fifty eight more than one. Hundred amendments were already awaiting in the upper house and many to be introduced. Time was a major consideration on which amendments would be heard and who would be the first to speak was center urban co-sponsor of the bill. He went with candy. Plan of separating the bill from the Taft Hartley amendments contained entitled six. They were considered generally as pro-labor go after and McClellan endorsed urban amendment. Mcclellan promising not to propose controversial minutes to the Taft Hartley Act for inclusion in the Community Urban Bill If candy would agree to drought title six senator. Carl Republican of South Dakota Vice Chairman of the Senate Rackets Committee then spoke for an hour in support of urban amendment and the debate was continued on April twenty first goldwater had the floor next who threatens that days and days of debate would be consumed in discussing other. Taft Hartley amendments in less title. Six was dropped from the bill. He wanted to Kennedy to wait for the Blue Ribbon Committee. Recommendations regarding the Taft Hartley amendments and hold him so Janati replay that he could not in any case buying the sent not to consider other amendments to Taft Hartley. Win At pleased. Senator Jacob Javits. Republican New York spoke in support of candies physician claim that title six provisions regarding the building and construction trade workers. No Man's land and the problem of economic strikers voting rights in representation elections had to be dealt with in the present. Bill Senator John Cooper Republican of Kentucky my Nordea member of the Senate Committee Labor and Public Welfare. Also four Kennedy's position. While Democrat Senator Waesche and S- matters of Ohio and Florida respectively spoke briefly on behalf of the urban amendment after an interruption the majority whip proposed limitation of further debate on the amendment to twenty minutes which was adopted unanimously. Speaking in conclusion satire. Urban said he believed BA- candy is. Bill was defeated because of the unimportant. Taft Hartley Amendments in Candy concluded his argument by pointing out that Secretary of Labor Mitchell himself suggested the topics entitled six a row. Kobo resulted in twenty seven days and sixty seven days. Defeating the Urban Amendment Sayer. Dirksen started and other debate by proposing a substitute for title six of the Candy Urban Bill by taking exact wording from title five of the Administration. Bill Johnson consoling with Dirksen and Goldwater proposed a two hour limitation debate of the Dirksen Amendment which limitation was approved goldwater. Explain that the Dirksen include other. Taft Hartley amendments in addition to some of those entitled six would obviate necessity for further. Taft Hartley amendments a reversal of his physician. That the Senate wait for the Blue Ribbon Committee Recommendations Kennedy speaking against the Dirksen Amendment warned that under Senate rules. Further amendments could not be considered dealing with topics contained in the administration bill substitute for Title. Six of his bill. The vote proved lopsided for Kennedy. Twenty one in favor of the Dirksen and emit to sixty seven opposed goldwater offered a minor amendment regarding the definition of a union officer with the debate was continued to the next day the next day. Mcclellan submitted several amendments to the Candy Urban Bill which were ordered to lie on the table N. B. Printed and the Senate resume consideration of the Goldwater Union officer amendment. There was no quorum. The vote was two four zero against candy returned to the Chamber at this time and Goldwater asked that the vote be reconsidered and candy and go. Bader had a heated debate candy and Goldwater talked and Kennedy proposed a new definition which was approved senator. Mcclellan introduced his bill of Rights Amendment McClellan and Kennedy were good friends but Goldwater knew that any hope to get serious stiff nurse into the law. Kenny Urban Labor Vail would have to have the support of McClellan who had enormous prestige in the field of labor reform as a result of his rackets committee Goldwater persuaded. Mcclellan that he would have to fight Kennedy on this issue. Part of that persuasion was in the form of pressure by business groups whom goldwater induced to bombard McClellan with letters after a two hour speech to the Senate in which he spelt out the drastic need for stiff labor reform legislation. This brought up for the first time. A serious departure from previous federal legislation action in the Labor area McLellan's bill of rights put the federal government in the mill as a regulator of internal union affairs before this federal legislation affecting Labor management relations head confined itself to regulating the conduct of relations between management and Labor. Cleese share. This podcast with your family and friends. If you like our podcast please rate us on. I tunes it helps others find us if you would like to contact us. We have various ways to so in our show notes along with contact information for the National League of Justice and security professionals. Thank you for listening..
How To Stay Motivated at the Gym
"To kick off the new year and to jump on everyone slacking on their goals. I wanted to check in with you and give you a few pointers on how you can say motivated at the gym. So one thing that many a new means don't understand is that even seasoned fitness junkies lack motivation from time to time. Believe it or not were busy too. I'm a moment to two. I run two point five businesses from home and I live in sheer chaos. Trust me there are days that the last thing I wanNA do is get my ass out of bed warmed up and into a workout before quite literally rushing Out The door but I do and since next month is a month in which the majority of new fitness routines fail due to excuses. Laziness or anything else. I wanted to jump ahead head of the Games that you can keep these tips in the back of your mind. Staying consistent doesn't always mean motivated such as a means just showing up when I'm not feeling a workout or Ervin just hired and want to skip it. Here's a few things that I remind myself of why I'm working out so believe it or not. My workouts are not Bandini base. My goal goal isn't to look at certain way I work out because I want to be able to play with my kids because being strongest fun those are two super important things to me and unless you have have a valid reason a reason that kind of just digs deep inside of you that you're working out you're probably you're more likely to bail on your workouts so figure figure out why are working out and remind yourself of that every single time focus on just getting warmed up so this is a trick learning the last couple of years before kids working hanging out with his way easier but obviously with kids some days. You're just extra tired or you're busy or you're just law and what I do as I always tell myself that I'm just getting warmed up. I'm I'm just GONNA do some mobility work. The truth is once you're warmed up. You are way more likely to jump into your workout so the hardest part is either getting to the gym. Which obviously I won't that problem because I do work at home or getting warmed up so figure out one small step and just roll with
David Stern's greatest act as NBA commissioner was supporting Magic Johnson after HIV diagnosis
"When you think about sports that have massive worldwide appeal their soccer of course and there's basketball wasn't necessarily always that way specially when he came to the NBA and back to the early nineteen eighties we can say the NBA was flirting with extinction David stern took over the reins as commissioner and grow it into a five billion dollar per year industry during his thirty years as commissioner former commissioner David stern died Wednesday afternoon at the age of seventy seventy had suffered a brain hemorrhage on December twelfth never recovered earlier on the who collected podcast with Brian Windhorst are Jackie MacMullan I've met a lot of amazing people in my life but he is the smartest person I have ever met Brian I he had an answer for everything now they also might not have always been correct but god forbid you challenge him which we all have done from time to time he was just here the sharpest sharpest mind in a very very sharp edge to him as well which I think he very freely acknowledged throughout his you know his tenure as a commissioner he had some blind spots of you know you talk about the blocks the people that supported him I don't know this for a fact that you've got to believe that Donald sterling was one of them because why else would he have looks the other way the way he did yeah I know that's that works landmark Georgian also so you know he he's nobody's perfect of course but I just what I liked about him was there were when things matter to him like supporting women in being fair to women and whether it was a woman reporter or these W. NBA players weather was being fair to African Americans and making sure they he was so fiercely supported in the other the other example I always give is magic listen Magic Johnson was HIV positive none of us understood it in fact even urban himself when he right before he was a how to go on stage to tell everybody this is what happened to be internal on and once in one rose in his agent months Adam you know what you're gonna say something you know what one of just going to tell them I'm just gonna tell my have aids and lan said home urgent you don't have H. you have the virus that causes age I was in seventh grade or something like that right in our sole so none of us understood the severity and and David stern was up late at night Colleen medical experts all over the world to try to stay one step ahead so he could understand this crisis that he was dealing with and of course you know when Irving retired the first time and then came back and retired the second time and then you wanted to come back when you want to come back the first time that's when everybody starts it will win and I the all star game Jackie right right right we also right but that was that was accepted because that deck didn't count no one was going to you know that no one was going to play too hard that was sort of thing is a one time thing will will and you know that was the Dream Team but then when he wanted to come back following that Brian that's when you started to hear the complaints wait a minute I don't want to risk my life there was and their owners saying Hey I am not in support of this I don't want to do this and and what David stern told was all right listen I'm just gonna tell you right now if we don't do this first of all you can expect a lawsuit and we need that kind of bad publicity the we won't let it H. I. V. person and then the second thing and this was the hammer this is the hammer David stern news and I don't think this is been reported very widely was widely was this okay if you're not going to let him in and we're gonna have mandatory HIV testing for everybody in the NBA and are you all sure that you don't have anybody on your roster that's HIV positive because I'm not sure and this is the kind of and he just he was going to do the right thing by Irvine not because he loved Ervin Johnson because you did because it was the right thing to do and those are the moments when I admire him the most when even though there was I mean his legacy was at stake there imagine if that had gone badly in the attic on rock and remember we know now all about HIV that is treatable that you can live a full life with it but you can't you can't get it from exchanging blind or or I mean exchanging you know some live or or but you know blood if you you know all these things that all these scary things that back then in that climate because I lived it everyone thought will if I get near him and hugs him I might get aids we have aids but this but David store was one step ahead and he was telling everybody you bet I'm you know I'm going to fight this fight and if you aren't willing to I'm warning you these are the things that could happen and now I mean Magic Johnson told me flat out he gave me my life back he saved my life that's what I've been told me and I believe on to saying Wednesday he was devastated quote David star was such a history maker when I announced in nineteen ninety one that I had HIV people thought they could get the virus from shaking my hand when David allowed me to play in the nineteen ninety two all star game in Orlando and play for the Dream Team we were able to change the world David stern died Wednesday at the age of
A Class Action Lawsuit Investigation Is Happening For Nintendo's "Joy-Con Effect"
"Was actually posted in our sub read it exerience posted this in our sub read it and it is the class action and that has been officially filed against Nintendo for these switch joy con drifting issues Christian. I know that you are a current lawyer and can give us a sound legal advice with no caveats so take away. What is your take on this class action lawsuit as an official Voice of well who I have suffered from this drifting issue myself? I think it is here's the my my summary of this one. A lawyer or group of lawyers thought there is enough smoke here to take on a case <hes> doesn't mean that there is actual fire but they're like hey we're willing to do this. They're probably on a contingency fee basis so if a class action is successful the lawyers get a whole lot of money while each individual user gets very little <hes> but they exist so that cases that only affect a large group of individuals a little bit can go to court because otherwise otherwise I would never soon Nintendo for the twenty dollars of my broken joy con- like I want it spend the hundreds of thousand dollars of litigation so that's why it exists so some Group of lawyers think there's enough year to bring suit <hes> and I think the real story story unfortunately it is going to happen when this case ends. That's what we'll get. The juicy stuff out of this is if this case actually goes to court in this discovery in we get to see documents in emails from Nintendo how they're aware Ervin what happened how they tried to fix it if it was a known ship -able and things like that that's interesting stuff comes out right now. Unfortunately I think it's a yeah my joy Khan doesn't work either and I think that's kind of all we know <hes> it will likely if I had to predict either settle out of court or be dismissed for some reason that Nintendo brings before it ever gets there but I think there's hopefully it interesting story.
"ervin j" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ervin back on be six eighty. Okay, everybody. Paulie MAC saying, good morning and thanks for listening today. Let's talk about Steve Moskowitz. Because he's out there for me. He's out there for you. He's out there for all of us with his expertise. It's not your disposal. All you need to do is start the process by picking up the phone and place in the call. Because here we are a lot of us got extensions this year. Right. It's not unusual. It's, it's pretty commonplace. Actually, but where do you go from there? He buys you more time. Yes. But it doesn't answer the questions that you have only Steve can do that. Thirty years in the business, right here is part of the community in San Francisco to which I appreciate very much. He also lives in the city makes me like even more doing business in town living in town. He's the real deal and he's got all the expertise, you need as an individual, as a family, guy or girl. Or is a business owner, whatever your questions would be Steve's got the answers if you have concerns or you've got some fears about money you. Oh, and you don't have the funds to pay your tax. That's talk to Steve about it. There's always a way out. There's always a way to pay stuff off in a payment process if that's where you are right now. But get informed and get legal representation from the very best in his business. And again, that's my friend, Steve Moskowitz. He'll take your call today at one triple eight taxdeal that Steve Moskowitz. Everybody taking calls today at one triple eight taxdeal innovation doesn't always mean adding blades. So Gillette needs skin guard their first razor that actually helps stop shaving a tation razor, bumps and razor burn. Here's what guys are saying after trying Gillette skin guard. I'm not not a single cut bump red spot, and most importantly, not one ingrown hair. Just try skin God for the first time, and all I can say is, wow, no nicks whatsoever. If you have sensitive game you need this blade an F said, try Gillette skin guard and stopped, shaving irritation or get your.
"ervin j" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I hate it, obviously as an influence, or, you know, you don't you probably the same way like, I don't run my business like looking at likes, followers, and stuff. But that's like how a brand of value eight and I don't do a billion brand deals I turned down about eighty percent of the brand. I get offered. But the ones that I do they, they have to look at something. So is there any way Instagram can do, or is that the are they upset about the influencers? I can just have it to anyone, you know, with a little blue chip, Mark. I man. We'd be fun. But I don't know. You know, they're talking about creator accounts and they're talking about other things, but, you know, part of it, I do like because I have a child that's going to grow up into when this one's born. You know and. Worth on do I didn't grow up. I mean you didn't either we both are around the same age. So I can't imagine because there have been times like on Instagram where you you're looking at the numbers and can't imagine as a child having that. So I do like it for my children, but I do think that they should you should be able to turn it on. I think an influence, or, and if it's your job. But. Yeah. Can't imagine that makes me sad to think that kids, I guess, kids like bullied other with they do. They team up and say, don't like this person's picture and stuff. I mean. Yeah. And I remember there is a girl, I had on my podcast from the kind campaign, Lauren. And she was talking about how they go around to different schools and. Oh, well, they today show probably I don't think they were really I don't know if it's too, I'm thinking of the sorry, Lauren Paul. She's Aaron Paul is her husband, he was on breaking bed. Okay. Sweet little couple. And so, yeah, they started this kind campaign. And they go. Around to different schools to promote kindness and how being kind as being cool and they see a lot of awesome. Yeah, it's amazing. And they see a lot of her her other business partner. Molly, they see a lot of situations where girls will actually say you can't hang out with us unless you get this many likes on your photos. So I do agree with you for the generation coming up with social media. I think it's I, I would love if I had kids who didn't look to social media for likes for self worth and, and I think it's important to make those changes. But I, I do also think that's a business for some people, and, and that it should be looked at as a. No, it's tough..
"ervin j" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"And I'm like, oh, dear Lord. And how old were you when you went on it? I was twenty nine oh, the right age yet to be really taken that on it. So true, I don't know how I would have survived any other way. But yeah, it was it was a good. I turned thirty on on the bachelorette. Yeah. Let's celebrate your birthday. Yeah. For you. And. Right. It was a it was a tough job. But I had to do it. Do you watching the season of bachelor so Hannah sees? Yeah. So I've watched the first episode of caught up on last night. I haven't I started to watch fell asleep. But what's telling me what's going on? Who's your favorite? What are we thinking always, you know, we were just talking about this before we started the podcast, the whole dang bachelor communities from Nashville now. So you always root for your hometown, Pete. Right. I've been in Nashville for like thirteen years now. And yeah the guy from national, but she was the guy from Nashville. What's his web or jed? Oh, he's the guy from Nashville. Okay. Key is okay. They always have like your token Nashville. Yeah. I think that's who it is. Gosh, I should've watched you last night before I came on this. So I'm getting my information for me. Tell me what's happening. I'm a great source, but you know what is funny is like you can see who kind of makes it feel like far, by the, by the previews. So like. Was like, you know, truth us I feel like so I feel like he's gonna make it for you in the back of the head. I can tell the back of the head, especially with the girl, I always think that when they show previous for the whole season will now we know who makes it flat, though. I know it's crazy. But yes, I like her. I think she's great. I was surprised it that I thought I don't know. I just had all kinds ideas my head about who they were going to pick a lot of great characters. She was a great one too. But I was surprised when they've yeah. Everybody likes somebody though, that comes in and like represents the pageant world in a real way. Absolutely. You know, who knows how much longer pageants will even be around? It was going to save. Do you think that's a dime? Breed like no thousand nineteen and people are like, because the Victoria secret show, for example, I feel like people are bored with seeing the same body type with the same girls and it's like, okay, it's this fashion. You know, I just think it's this whole world where it's supposed to be this fantasy and the guy at one of these girls to be like fantasy girl feel like everybody's kind of over it at this point, but I do want to give credit to them because they're very beautiful and talented. They probably worked so hard. Exactly. That's that body doesn't usually come like that. Out the womb, you know what I think they're just a different breed. I think it might. I mean I'd kill for your skinny little arms and legs that naturally. I remember watching you show him being like I would kill for those little arm. The little bird at isn't that so funny that you always want what you don't have. I want bigger arms. I feel like it's insecurity of mine that my arms are so tiny. Oh my gosh. They're like, they're, they're perfect, and like beautiful, and it's we'll hand can't cute little thing. Thank you. But not dainty not in your ways. But. But not present. You know, I don't know. You, you never know. I mean you know, they took the swimsuit competition out of the miss Marianne pageant. And how do you feel about that? You know I didn't like it. I, I worked harder probably than I've ever worked for anything my life to get in shape magic, and I never felt like subjected to any Ray or like anyone was looking at me in a different way. When I was on the stage I felt like Baghad I have spent so much in like the job. When, when I won miss Kentucky when certain states in the Miss America pageant, it's a huge deal I was employed by the department of agriculture and I traveled all of the state, I spoke to like five schools a day..
Should student loan debt be canceled?
"Apparently this poll just came out fifty percent of America fifty seven percent of Americans the majority of Americans who've already paid off their student loan debt support Elizabeth Warren's plan. Yeah. Because why would you take that away? Why would you take that opportunity away from someone just because like I didn't get forgiveness? Yeah. I mean, I just think about people I know who are super saddled with student loan debt who also did not make it through college and actually get that degree. Off something. Yeah. My boyfriend did not get the diploma. But he's still oh that Jude name. So he went like most of the way. And. Yeah. And if you're I mean, like what good for you to to to believe, tiffs, whatever. But it'd be different. But I think about all of the students with kids with parents. They might be taking care of just like all kinds of scenarios people who might be coming from family situations where they don't have any sort of safety net whatsoever. Just this like fly by night. Like don't have the safety net too. Like do apprentice type jobs, low very, very low low wages and don't have the resources to get to the city where there are fleabag apartment. Right. I mean, you know, there's just so many factors here that like a little institutional support. Right. Could go a long way.
Democrats demand full Mueller report
"One of the all-time great lines in congress, one of the all-time great lines in the modern history of Washington is the fake humble brag. I'm just a country lawyer. It was Senator Sam Ervin. The guy who led the investigative committee in the US Senate that looked into Watergate he was an experienced Senator. He was a Harvard trained lawyer. There was nothing simple about him at all. But he would do this thing he would turn on this folksy country lawyer humble thing as a prologue to his most devastating to the point questions. Now, I'm just a country lawyer, but like walk me through this. Sam Ervin is the one who started that during Watergate, and you hear members of congress now use it all the time. It is Sam Ervin that they're referencing. But usually it means they're about to say something pretty good today. It was Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal. Turn with. The whole I'm just a country lawyer trip. Now, we have gotten from the attorney general of the United States. We have been so fortunate to receive. A summary of the report, you know, who's beginning to say that report is inaccurate and unfair. The Muller came is beginning to say, you didn't do Justice to our report you can provide the findings and evidence. Now, I'm I'm just a country lawyer from Connecticut. But I can tell you the law is pretty clear there is no executive privilege. Congress deserves that full report. And so do the American people you pay for it, you deserve it. The full Muller report released the full Muller report, Richard Blumenthal. Speaking in washing today at one of the several hundred protests that happens around the country today this afternoon and the evening protests calling for the release of the Muller reports thirteen days now since it was completed by Robert Muller and handed in to the office of Trump's newly appointed attorney general, and it hasn't been seen since there were protests today in Washington DC there were protests in New York City, good size protests in New York City. There were protests in Chicago and Philadelphia and Raleigh North Carolina and Albuquerque New Mexico protests from Denver to Boston to. Saint Paul Minnesota to Langhorne, Pennsylvania. And it's interesting these are not policy protests. This is not an interest group that is fighting for more attention to its cause. Which is sometimes what you see in coordinated nationwide protests where people protested hundreds of different sites. What these protests were about today is a real live active fight right now that is underway. And we really don't know how it's going to end at the DC protests this afternoon, the one where Blumenthal spoke House Judiciary chairman, Jerry, Nadler, also spoke, and he said, although we are in the midst of this fight right now. And in fact, of course, he's the one who's really leading it for the democratic controlled congress. Now, they're turned on a little bit of the history. Professor thing today. Blumenthal was the I'm just a country lawyer now they're turned on professor now, they're who was your favorite guy from US history right junior year. He told this crowd outside the White House today that we have as a country have have had this kind of a fight before that presidents in trouble. Do this kind of thing that President Trump is trying right now with the Muller report, we should expect that they will try to get get away with the sort of stuff.
"ervin j" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Ervin in space without that cushioning. He's got thrown rubbing on bone. That's what H A is. It's the cello or the cushioning agent in between our bones. We lose it either due to wear and tear or h and so we start getting problems the more that we find pain relief. More pain relievers. We use the more we're gonna use these joints. And then we're gonna wear out more bone and they've. I've noticed this people who chronically us pain relievers are going to have more bone wear. So what you need is the actual cushioning that they're to lubricate the joint, and that's what HA HA is the doctors call it synovium fluid. They actually inject this into joints orthopedics, do dermatologists injected into the skin eye doctors use it as a lubricant during is surgery. So it's nothing foreign to modern medicine, but it may be new to you as a listener there. And you have never heard about HA before. Well, you need to learn about it. It's a wonderful molecule, it's all natural. And you can get it as a dietary supplement dirty product was the first to introduce it. Now, it's a great big long molecule, Pat that six million daltons in molecular weight, think of six million paperclips, but together, it's big you can't absorb it. And purity found a way to knock it down. So that it's only about fifteen hundred three. Three thousand that means that you can absorb this orally. We actually proved that in studies conducted at a laboratory right there in Florida, and we're going to tell you more about that. But we proved that it's orally absorbed. Most doctors are told that oral HA cannot be absorbed. That's true. If it's the regular H A, it's gotta be knocked down in molecular weight and more important it needs some other anti-oxidants to be added with it. We're going to talk about one here in just a moment charity. Product is introducing this all new joint formula for people that are searching for alternatives or their joint health. And of course, this isn't a drug at the dietary supplement meant to of course, support healthy joint health as as we think of just tuning in. We're talking with Bill Sardi about Tyler onic acid or eighteen a Bill. You said recently the H a revolution is underway. More and more people are using tell us why? Breakthrough. And what exactly can do for people? I think the brick and the mortar analogy is probably the best for everybody to understand it. There are bricks in our body the cell. There's mortar in between and the mortar is the college. And now within the college and not the collagen itself vitamin c makes college but within that college. And there's a rising agents that looks like gel on everyone knows you put some jello in the refrigerator in the water separates out after a time. And that's what's happening in our body. We're losing the water holding molecule HA body is seventy two percent water. And as we lose this, the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves connects all of everything that we have begins to lose its water at separates out. And then we begin to lose the substance the scaffolding the support structure that holds our body together. And of course. We've been into wrinkle. We shrivel up. We lose an inch and our high. We we see the the brain shrivels up in the eye. And so on all of these things occur with age and Ponsa daily on was looking for a youth molecule, and he wanted to find it in, of course, the fountain of use the water. He was looking for a water fountain. The body needs water, but it has to hold it. And of course, I want everyone to think of having something like a jello type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water, which one do you want? You want the one filled with jello because it's still firm, but soft cushioning, and that's the way our bodies are when we're young babies or even a pregnant woman is loaded with this, which is an example of how the HA is made more so at certain times of our life. But as age goes on we're gonna lose it. We're gonna see the wrinkles the thinning hair. We're gonna see our. Joints lose their flexibility. We're just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this. If you're taking Lukasz Amine supplement, it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt. Casa me and sulfate at the regular dietary supplement now drugstores health food stores. People ask me, well, why hasn't my doctor told me about Laurent gas? Well, it took thirteen years for CASA me it'll be on the front page of time magazine. It's just gonna take time, and it will get there because patients are gonna take this. There's a doctor's with pointed out as they did Lukasz Amee. The revolution starts with patients and people that have issues and want to have healthy, joints, and skin and hair and eyes and want to see some of these useful levels of HA restored in their body. Written a great deal about the role of acid in the body's connective tissues. How does a work in the joints in connective tissues? It's a natural cushioning agent. And Pat, we're talking about between the bone. It also surrounds the nerves. There's a sciatic nerve there's an owner nerves. There's a carpal tunnel nerve. All of these are going to need to special cushioning that HA can give them. There are people. Tell us this stuff works. Here's Ernie writing to me who's actually teaches and plays golf and Dover, Delaware. He's found this purity joint formula, and we're telling you it worked miracles for him. Why because purity is not only taking the HA, but they've taken a brand new substance called hydroxy taken from olives. Pat, you notice you can put a bowl of olives on your table and a year later come back except for a little bit of shrinkage due to just the loss of moisture, they're very stable. They're still there. They didn't shrivel up and waste away. Due to fungal contamination. So there's something very strong and all his with known it for a long time. Dr Roberto Crea, an Italian researcher who's now here in this country doing some research on hydroxy Tyra saw extracted from all is then found out that it does some of the same things that the molecules do the trigger like estrogen does the production of HA. So we began to think why don't we combine this wonderful strong antioxidant from all his independent these new HA joint formula. You know, we're getting results like we've never seen before. This is why Bill writes to us this year saying I'm taking HA for my knees. That's done wonders for my joints. So we get these letters from people. They're unsolicited. You see this is the kind of thing we hear. And of course, they're astounded with this. They just can't believe it. Here's someone writing to me. This is Dr Kelly saying he looks like a man, it's thirty. Thirty years younger, and he says people can't even believe this level of fitness and youthful appearance. And he says I tell you to tell them it's just the H a formula. And of course, he's send us pictures on the internet, how fit he looks for his age, and you're going to look a little younger as when you were young you had a lot of this. Now this stuff works fairly quick.
Kansas City Chiefs defeat Indianapolis Colts
"We will join the AFC division game between the patriots and the chargers. And then following that. We'll get the NFC. Division game between the Philadelphia Eagles who travel to New Orleans to face the New Orleans Saints. And then the racing report was saying the Sunday supplement and Willie from nine to midnight tomorrow night. So that's your Sunday rundown. Yeah. Let's talk a little NFL little colts with Ricky in Indiana. Ricky what's going on? Fantastic. Brother. What'd you think? Are you? Well, yeah, we're waiting on the Los Angeles Rams season to end because it looks like Zack Taylor the quarterbacks coach is going to become the next head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. So more power to the Rams and does act Taylor. Get a new coach in here. And let's get this program. Back on track. Because I don't believe it's one of the worst jobs that were opened in the National Football League. You've got a patient owner you've got out several outstanding players you just gotta keep adding to that Ed to the offensive line. And you know, Rick I can live with Devon white because I mean every mock draft see has LSU linebacker Devon white six one to forty. He's an absolute stud going to the Bengals at number eleven my feeling is. And I like the Bengals quarterback. Andy Dalton the red rifle. I think he can get you to the playoffs. I don't thinking he can win you a Super Bowl and a guy. Can I believe is Dwayne Haskins some day, and I like the Bengals to draft a quarterback into Wayne Haskins. He probably won't last two eleven. So you might have to go up trade up and get him. Okay. He's probably gonna go to the New York Jets or giants at six. Okay. And what what I'm afraid of is it the Pittsburgh Steelers knowing that Ben Rothlisberger is on the eighteenth tee of his career what one year max to me probably next year. Really should be it for Ben. They could definitely trade Antonio Brown because he is absolutely fallen out of favor with that franchise. Get a first round pick for him and use those picks to move up and take twain Haskins and. A whole bunch of Buckeye fans will become Steeler fans. No doubt. If that happens. So Ricky, and I know you're looking forward to baseball season, brother. So am I we're gonna talk who's going to be the reds center fielder? You got any predictions for me? Right now. Right. Well, I'm gonna put my chips to the middle of the table. And I'm gonna take Philip Ervin. Let's give him a chance and brother, we will talk soon. Appreciate the call from Valparaiso, Indiana, man. You are the man. Thanks so much Rik in Valparaiso Brandon's in Indianapolis, Brandon. What is going on paychecks for a little bit disappointed with I'm disappointed with the I like the Bengals stupid. I'm a colts fan. And what? Yeah. That was disappointing. They just couldn't generate anything and this this could be at for Adam venit, Terry. It is. I think it is what he's had a great career. You know? But I I don't know if it's the weather had an impact, you know. But I think Kansas City now takes I mean, I don't know if they can beat nor I could be wrong. You don't want everyone account New England out. But I thought we had a chance trickster, and I think a lot of people giving the colts a chance because. Defense is effective. But today, I think they just showed what they are about. You know, I think whoever has to go there. It's going to be hard for if it is New England or the chargers, but you never wanna Brady out. But I don't know. I think this year the chiefs get that stick it to them just kind of a morbid sense of if the New England wins tomorrow to have them get run out of the gym at Arrowhead. I would love it. Sorry. New England Patriots fans, but van I am tired of them in the in the AFC title game. I I am to see it as far as as far as the Bengals go. I I hope I hope they get the right coach. You know? I, you know, I mean, you know, the the Rams seasons. Don't go one. In hope. I wish the best for Marvin. I think he was a nice guy and all time for a change. But with the quarterback situation you were talking about Dwayne Haskins if the Bengals could draft him somehow cut me, they tried the read rightful or. Kind of like an AJ McCarron type deal if he would he would tutor Dwayne Haskins for a year and then Andy move on and make bigger dollars. Elsewhere. He would be trae trading. Yeah. He could he's like Alex Smith he could make a bunch of money elsewhere. But but the, but but groom Dwayne Haskins free year Dwayne takes over and twenty twenty. Andy Dalton moves on. I don't want to hear about what you're saying. Is you don't think doll the guy that can get you over the hump and away? Correct. Yeah. I think it probably win you a playoff game. I don't think you can get you to a Super Bowl and other that great guy. He's a good career. He's a good player. But I need an impact player taking snaps. As far as you say real quick. I know you won't get so much time as far as you see. Because were going on. 'cause I mean with not follow Butler, and because I'm from here. But. Did listen to you? See I don't think there's good as last year with oh, look who all you lost. But obviously football game tonight. But I did hear Macron's comment. He was not happy. But I think they're going to be okay. I guess against they're still NCWA. You probably know more about fourteen in three, and this is a very balanced deeper American athletic conference, and I'm loving the fact that Wichita states in there, and it's bringing back memories of the old Missouri valley when I was a kid, and that was the best conference in the land. And Brandon I gotta run man. Thanks. Yeah. Baby. I mean, I think so I really do. Yeah. They're starting to find themselves in just a huge boost to beat to beat Georgetown into comeback. Like they did. Thanks so much. I appreciate it. And I want to talk a little Cincinnati Reds when we return who is going to play center field for this club. And I wanna talk a little bit of the lineup one through eight man. Yeah. When we return
Twitter Loses Users Again As It Purges Fake Accounts
"Millions of Americans students lack access to technology. They need to succeed in a digital world. Verizon innovative learning has provided free technology free internet access and hands on learning experiences to help give resource students the education they deserve. And the results are nothing. Short of amazing students show improvements in math and reading and they're more engaged in school for Reisen. Innovative learning has helped over a million kids today. Eight and they'll help two million more by twenty twenty one. Learn more at Verizon innovative, learning dot com slash W. S one. Welcome to tech news briefing. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal in New York Twitter says it lost users as it continues its drive to purge fake accounts. We'll get more from the Wall Street Journal Sarah needle men, I Harrison top tech headlines. Twitter was among a handful of technology companies posting quarterly results Thursday, although it lost users at swung to a quarterly profit and boosted revenue as it extracted more add revenue out of existing users. Investors were especially keen to find out how a couple of FANG stocks did on the earnings front late Thursday, Amazon dot com. Had quarterly earnings hit nearly three billion dollars. It's fourth straight quarter. Topping a billion, but Amazon's revenue came up short as did it sales forecast for the holiday season Google's parent. Alphabet said it's quarterly earnings rose a better than expected thirty seven percent, but it's revenue rose a weaker than expected. Twenty one percent. It comes during a time of uncertainty for Google. It's been fielding questions from lawmakers in Washington and Europe since the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month, the company never told users about a software bug that expose the privacy. Data of hundreds of thousands of users that incident led the company to shutter the consumer functionality. Of its Google plus social site next up. We'll talk about how Twitter is faring as it removes fake accounts. This is tech news briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Twitter has reported its first consecutive quarterly drop in users and signalled more declines as the company continues its purge of fake accounts. But Twitter's revenue still rose thanks to increase advertising on existing users. Here's Wall Street Journal. Reporter Sara Lee needle men with more on this now Sarah to be clear, this is happening on a bounceback day for the stock market's Twitter's stock was up sharply. I'm wondering should we focus more on the fact that it's shed users or that it was able to gain out of each user? I say that it's a matter of Twitter doing a better job of extracting more revenue from the existing users. Does have that is clearly the case here because even though it did shed users. She said the revenue and profit increased actually pretty significantly isn't this going to alternately help the product, you know, cleansing it side of fake accounts. It's going to make it more attractive to those who might wanna sign up. Well, means that when you when you get rid of the fake. Accounts you're having you know, people are actually there for legitimate reasons, and they're more engaged. And so they the conversation among users would naturally be healthier. And certainly that's more active to advertisers. The reaching actual people who were there for a sincere reason. So how many monthly active users? Did it lose during the third quarter? It was quite a lot. It was the most ever I think it lost nine million users, and that was the steepest decline ever the last biggest drop was by two million. Now, this is monthly active users as opposed to daily active users, did it keep a record of that Twitter reports daily active users only on a percentage basis, it doesn't give the actual number and interestingly daily active user growth there was growth it grew by nine percent. However that broke a streak for the past seven quarters where the growth was in the ten to fourteen percent range on the other hand, a Twitter said that most of that growth came from people who use or who access Twitter via mobile devices and those. Grew by double digits, whereas once who access Twitter via web browsers only the growth in that was smaller, and that's okay. Because those people tend to be less valuable people who are any any time Twitter's access via web browser. The odds of it being a suspicious user is much higher than if it's a person or someone coming through a mobile device. So Twitter was fine to see a very small increase in. Those types of users Twitter has really been trying to clean house regarding fake accounts in the months leading up to the midterm elections. Right. I mean, this is what I mean. It was one of several companies that really got in trouble over this. Right. I'm this has been the trend for social media companies to purge themselves of fakes accounts and improve their credibility among us, Ervin advertisers. And so we certainly saw what happened with Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and so many problems there. It's something that sort of spreads. And it's a concern for all social media companies, and certainly Twitter is a part of that did the did the effect of your. Herbs new privacy law. Also factor into this in any way that did factor into absolutely as it did in the previous quarter. But that wasn't all it only with our two factors. This time around that were new one being that the company clamped down on automated usage such as butts, and it also had a
Yahoo is scanning customer emails to attract advertisers
"Now internet privacy has been a hot topic lately and the tech industry. Has largely declared off limits to scan personal emails for information to sell to advertisers but y'all who still does it and sees the practice. As a potential goldmine the Wall Street Journal says Yahoos owner the oath unit a. Variety has been pitching a service to advertisers that analyzes more than two hundred million Yahoo mail. In boxes. And the data they contain searching for clues about what products those users might
Zeke Elliott, Ervin Santana and Dot Prescott discussed on Covino & Rich
"Baseball, Indians, outfielder, Leona smarten will be released from the Cleveland Clinic today he was hospitalized ten days ago with a life threatening bacterial infection there's no timetable for Martines return to the team