35 Burst results for "Evergreen"

Robert Netzly, Founder and CEO of Inspire Investing, Describes the Corporate Impact of Faith-Based Investments

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Robert Netzly, Founder and CEO of Inspire Investing, Describes the Corporate Impact of Faith-Based Investments

"Tool Robert, you have to be excited about this. I mean, this seems to me like a great discovery. I mean, the idea that tons of people feel powerless, but then suddenly you're saying to them, no, we're going to help you to make sure that all the money that you have invested is used for God's purposes for what is right and true. It's hard for me to see this as anything other than a really big deal. Right. And it's actually $22.1 trillion Eric that is investments that are in retirement accounts alone because there's the numbers we have from the IRS. They're controlled by protestants, evangelicals and Catholics in this nation. $22.1 trillion over the last count. That's ridiculously a lot of money. And almost none of it is advocating for biblical values with the companies that they own. And to your point, it's easy to feel powerless, like these big Megan national corporations doing all these heinous things and what can we do? Maybe we just don't shop somewhere sometimes. But what we found, again, by God's grace, we've had some pretty outsized influence with companies, such as Costco that stopped donating money to gay pride parades because of our engagement with them. Chevron stopped donating the money to Planned Parenthood because of our shareholder engagements with them. Evergreen list of companies that we engage with as investors and say, hey, you know, we call up their investor relations department introduce ourselves where faith based investors we care about biblical values, we see that you're doing XYZ. We'd rather you not do that. Just stick to your business, please. And more often than not, they're very

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"evergreen" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:38 min | 5 d ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Latino USA

"Actually think there are ways to achieve that end goal, perhaps through other means. And part of it's going to be through legislative reform. I mean, I think that is essential here. The key is to minimize the number of people over whom immigration authorities have power and have discretionary authority, right? There's two things here that I think are key. One is to provide a way for people in the country without status or without authorization to regularize their status and to become permanent residents and eventually citizens. And another key piece of any kind of legislative reform would be to provide a way for people in the future to come to the country with status with authorization. Unless both those things happen, we're not going to see a big change because at that point, there are fewer people over whom ice exercises power. And then we can start to make a case as to why we should shift billions and billions of dollars away from enforcement and toward services. So just so you know American citizens you too can be ice and border patrol are not that's what I was like limiting. It's like, yeah, we got to because you know what they're just thinking about expanding and American citizens need to understand they come in for you too. Yes. It's all around us. So look, as you know, I've been reporting on the issue of immigration for decades. And in November, I had the chance to go down and witness the movement north of people, people call them caravans that has become a buzzword. And so I experienced something very differently if I was able to change the narrative and which is what we're doing for this reporting for Latino USA in this continuing series called moving borders. So what was beautiful Keanu was that like southern Mexico because of the Mexican immigration policies that are supportive of Trump and kind of stayed that way. So people are stuck in southern Mexico, southern Mexico is becoming increasingly black. He sees our Haitian migrants and refugees. African migrants and refugees. And so to witness this happening in Mexico and kind of like forcing like, okay, well, let's deal with the racism right here. But the response to that was this caravan movie north. I call it a caravan of love in solidarity. Because there was not just central Americans. It was central Americans. It was Africans. It was Haitians. It was Venezuelans. It was Cubans, and it was like love amongst us all love and like we got this seriously. I mean, I'm so glad that I had a chance because I can now reframe this. Y'all are talking about a caravan of migrants. Oh, we're still scared. It's like they are going to bring so much love and hope and potential. You don't even see. So specifically kanga can you talk about the importance of multiracial coalitions? The understanding that mass incarceration is tied to the mass detention deportation industrial complex. These things are tied. Your thoughts on how we must how we do the coalition building. What is it the language? Is it the action? What do we need to do? It's crucial, and it's really the only way forward. And so when we talk about what needs to change, I mean, we can talk about the need for different policies and that's important. The question is, what force is generated to make that happen? Because it's clear left to their own devices. Neither party is seriously interested as party apparati. Neither of them are seriously interested in pursuing the changes that ordinary people on the ground want. And so I think that solidarity is about the recognition that even if you are not immediately impacted by something,.

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"evergreen" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:30 min | 5 d ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Latino USA

"The federal government to the coronavirus pandemic in its disproportionate impacts and black and brown communities. And then intense protests uprising rebellion against police brutality. And it is true that a year later, there is very little substantive to show for that. I mean, there are reforms here. There are reforms there, but the kind of wholesale transformation of policing that was embodied in the slogan defund the police has not been fulfilled. Now, the problem is to just place that on white people. I mean, that might be a part of it. But I think there's a bigger problem which has to do with the way that political organizers, I think, on the ground, activists were convinced to some extent that they should join the Biden coalition. That they should attach their hopes and dreams of transforming policing in the U.S. to the Democratic Party. And what has really happened is that this created a fight inside of the Democratic Party, not a fair fight. I mean, when we talk about the left wing of the Democratic Party, we are exaggerating. We're talking about 6 or 7 people, you know? Made a lot of noise and rockets. But it created conflict within the party, but it also meant for some of them that to demonstrate their bona fides among the real estate developers and corporate people that they draw funding from inside the Democratic Party that they had to go hard. Against defund the police. So you look at the mayoral race of buffalo, New York, where India Walton, a black working class woman who's a democratic socialist, goes against Byron Brown, who's a 15 year incumbent who is the co chair of the Democratic Party of the state of New York, who takes money from the Republican Party to send negative mailers out about India Walton to denounce and smear her and central to his campaign is not just being against defund the police. But then coming out in praise of the police, highlighting the police in his television ads that he is the man of the police. And so this is just another example of the political betrayal of the Democratic Party who prides itself on its black working class. It's Brown working class.

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Democrats Never Do Their Homework

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Democrats Never Do Their Homework

"Tea But I want to get to this in a second that I had spoken to someone from Fox before and we were chatting about an event he did by figure out who it was And he said he was stunned that when he asked the crowd regarding the rittenhouse case when he asked the crowd how many people who were involved in the incident especially the people who were shot were black there were people in the crowd as a matter of fact lots of people in the crowd who thought that the people shot were black They were not And Tim carne as an interesting piece about this in the Washington examiner how Democrats just generally don't know anything I've got a couple of articles about this today How they're stupid but it's not that they're incapable of processing information that their dendrites and axons don't connect That is not what I'm saying They don't know anything because they listen to the liberal media and they believe the nonsense they tell them This has been an evergreen topic this past week on the show How they just make stuff up and wears conservatives always question everything out of the media's mouth Because they know a lot of them are knuckleheads making it up Liberals don't do that And therefore it leads them to conclusions like coronavirus lethality You have a 90% chance of dying from coronavirus There are thousands of black men unarmed shot every year by police departments The victims in the written House case They were black and this is the kind of stuff that happens because they believe the media The Russia hoax is real They never do their homework like

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When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

Hidden Brain

02:05 min | 5 months ago

When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

"To understand marriage. Today we thought it best to go back to a time and place when marriage was very different. Well i've been studying the history of family for many many years. But i specifically got interested in marriage as we got into these debates. About what traditional marriage was that. Stephanie coons. She's a professor at the evergreen state college and the author of the book marriage a history. Stephanie says the earliest marriages had nothing to do with the feelings of two people or their attraction to one. Another as you probably know marriage was much more about economics and acquiring powerful inlaws marriage originally arose in more egalitarian ban level societies as a way of sharing resources and establishing a peaceful relations with groups. That you might otherwise only see occasionally and you might not know if they were going to be friends or enemies It was a way of circulating obligations and goods. Mary my child off to you and that means you owe me things. But i also you things. Stephanie brought up a famous example from history. The union between cleopatra of egypt and mark antony of rome elizabeth taylor as cleopatra siren of the niles this is from a nineteen sixty three film version. Richard burton as mark antony impetuous leader once in pinson legion dreaded adversary on the field of battle. The hollywood version of the story portrays cleopatra and antony as being very much in love but stephanie paints a slightly different picture. I think the theme song for that Relationship could have been what's love got to do with it. They may have been passionate but it was more passion for power than a sexual. Although sexual probably entered into it to cleopatra and antony marriage was primarily about strategy wrong egypt with the two most powerful empires in the world so getting them anybody who got them together and the gotten alliance between them would be unstoppable.

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Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:29 min | 6 months ago

Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'

"Weekly shows. You'll often just there's a. There's a tried and true formula. You record you produce you. Release you record. You produce you release to do that with the daily show you know. Some people can do it. It may be a recipe for burnout. It's that's a lot to do every single day. So there are ways around that you can batch your tasks that is going to be the theme of this day is you can get all of you. Can you can do all of your writing. You can do all of your content planning and record multiple episodes in one. Go so one. One example of that is in the center here batch production. You have maybe two episodes of new content. You have one episode. That's just evergreen that you can run anytime you record all of those together. Do all the production at the same time and then you have three episodes and it's less time planning less time scheduling less time. You know getting out all the equipment. It's a little bit faster but of course not every show can do that. Some shows are more timely. Some shows are new shows so a solution to that might be kind of a blend you could do. The record produce release schedule for those really timely episodes that need to come out tomorrow but in addition to that so that you always have daily content. You could also have some evergreen stories that you you record all together and you have multiple episodes in one recording and production and session the for a science. Show what we'll do is a lot of our content is evergreen but will also cover things like you know the the venus missions that were just announced. You know we will. We can pop in and do a timely story in this process. It's it's very flexible but if you're not a science show like we. Are you know a news. Podcast could possibly run a primer on. How the electoral college works. During every election season or a comedy podcast could re run a segment where like a running joke head originally started so everybody can like here that that little bit of history. There's there's a lot you can do to have content for every day of the week and yet still have time to create the stuff. You really wanna create.

Widgets and Shortcuts: Maximizing Efficiency of Android Devices with Rebecca Nathenson

VOICE Global 2021

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Widgets and Shortcuts: Maximizing Efficiency of Android Devices with Rebecca Nathenson

"Android shortcuts are already used by app developers to provide a quick entry point to users via the android launcher last year. We introduced the ability for users to create personal voice shortcuts into apps with google assistant. Now you can join in the voice shortcuts party if you build android shortcuts. They'll automatically be suggested to users in our voice shortcuts gallery so users can set up a personal voice command. The takes advantage of the android shortcut in your app to make this possible. You can use our new shortcuts jetpack macho to push shortcuts whenever users take the corresponding action in your app. Make sure also connect your shortcuts to the right app capabilities in shortcuts dot. Xml when you follow these best practices. Google assistant can suggest relevant shortcuts to users in all sorts of ways and helped drive traffic to your app so just to recap. You can describe the set of deeply supported by your app directly in the short cossacks. A mel via the new capabilities. Api you can use our jetpack module to push unlimited shortcuts to the android system and two assistant next. Let's talk widgets. Widgets have been a great way for users to access lance evergreen content there a great way for users to quickly monitor information complete tasks or just get inspired directly from their home screen but a great thing can get even better. Let's talk about how i with. Android twelve winchester transforming into an interactive customizable view into your app with a consistent design and look and feel so users can get more done within the flow of their day. You're strava implementing a widget to track. How many miles user ran in a week next. we're making it easier. For users to use widgets across all sorts of new surfaces which is will be accessible via voice with google assistant on mobile lockscreen android auto once built on mobile which will be available on other surfaces automatically and accessible to users while driving in a safe and optimized way the integration with assistant enables multi step interactions across all these surfaces with the same widget so it's not only one shot answers and quick updates that you can enable users can have a full conversation with a widget withheld from google this integration. Lets you build single widgets with multi-step flows like selecting and ordering a drink

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How Mental Floss Evolved Over Its 20-Year History

The Business of Content

01:53 min | 8 months ago

How Mental Floss Evolved Over Its 20-Year History

"Hair. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. So you're the editor in chief of mental floss. Can we start with giving listeners. A little bit of context as to what mental floss is. It started as a print magazine right. Yes it actually was founded in a duke university dorm in two thousand one by two college students and Since then it has evolved into a website for curious minds where you can basically find You know answers to life's big questions or really fun and strange facts or interesting stories that you didn't know you needed to know And since we started the website has been visited by a billion people which is wild. So tell me a little more content focus so like it's it's not. It's not a newsy type magazine. A lot of its content is very evergreen. How would you describe like from land like an elevator. Pitch have what. What kind of world view is yes. So basically we are looking as you said kind of evergreen stuff were not You know we do cover like newsy stories but there are version of newsy stories. They're quirky they're interesting So we're not part of that news rat race which is nice because i do think people kind of look at mental floss as a bit of an escape from that And you know we're focusing on like weird historical stories and You know fun facts and and things of that nature. Speaking of fun facts. I i read that Mental floss print magazine made a cameo on friends. It did. it's actually been. I think it was on friends twice And it's been on a bunch of other tv shows including the oa and the magicians so Yeah for whatever reason. We've got fans in hollywood wishes which is nice.

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

02:58 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"He's still let me yes. Google stacey. don't go ninety eight fifty five. No my gut arrested. Maybe owed god about them. I got about that. I want to thank everybody for listening tonight spreading the word. Please spreads podcast comment on podcast. Let us know what you want to hear what you don't want to hear Same goes for any show. The radio frag out drag-out word all trill service. Dog show reckless call which is in production. Right now let us know what you want to hear what you don't want to hear what you'd like As far as segments and things of that nature Independent artists musicians. Let them know that we have a form that they can fill out and they can get their music here on tv radio and If you have a veteran owned business and you make unique handmade items or something of that nature. Let me know. I'm willing to spend fifty dollars a month or so and try it out. And we'll tell people what's right here on barracks tell Don't forget deformed farm dot org Dd radio store. Don't forget that a Rock t shirt and get us to that hundred and fifty goals. So we can get the next t shirt up and so on and so forth that I think that's all that. I have Evergreen boys to him. Well you've been listening to your. I don't even listen embarrassed dog right here on w. dvr db radio dot net dog in. Go i'm boehner would until next week bus. It goes on facebook. And theresa radio family friendly and obscene t shirts we've got him ceramic mugs yelped neck. Gaiter so you can hide your face from the cctv's we have some food so you can stay warm while you listen to our dark sense of humor you better believe it. We have all of this and more over the dd radio store. Just go to devi. Radio dot net and click on the store tab to start browsing devi. Radio is free for listeners. but it isn't free to keep the record spinning and it's mainly low that data. Keep the on air sign glowing so if you wanna help. Dd radio continuing to grow. But you want to show what online radio station. You listen to head over. Devi radio dot net. Click on the sports app and help. The veteran owned an ran online radio station today. That's a dvd. Radio dot net. Click on the store tab now..

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"Will definitely make this again. You know what. I hated about theater. Popcorn was the liquid because it would make it soggy. I don't won't saggy popcorn. I won't crunchy fluffy popcorn out. I know no. No if i want a salad. I'm plucking salad if i won't popcorn. I'm pop popcorn. They're going to be eaten separately. Not near close in together in flooding eating times. And i'm going to enjoy them both as they're supposed to be separate floodlight issue ads. What someone someone gave it a one star and said i love molly but this is absolutely no the most disgusting thing i've ever tried. Just a waste of good ingredients f. I this isn't mid western. This isn't a mid mid western dish at all. None of my friends or family heard of it before. I live in wisconsin man. I grew up poor. And i have eaten catch up in crackers. That is not even a poor dish right there. That's awesome fucking rich bitch that she can get over on anything like shit. Someone else wrote made it as a joke jokes on me. It's delicious made a few substitution with pantry items. I had on hand. Oh my god a word on if you and your wife want to try something new tomorrow let us know how this popcorn salad turns out. She can't wait to try. Look so good. Hey google you should make one like a small batch in give it six and see what he does. He tells even eat regular salad. I can't even get him. Gene calling our or something or another veggie other than when i got him to finally start eating broccoli a myth salads and broccoli and even then half the time he refers to them as the little trees. Are we having to trees for dinner on lake. You mean broccoli. Brussel he goes. Yeah they look like trees. I'm like oh man. Let me tell you the funniest thing. When it comes to fruits and vegetables that ever happened to my family ever so how many of you eat celery alright of the time. You don't eat celery by itself right either. Eat it with peanut. Butter is something else right. Well my right me. Celery one day and my brother had never had it by itself and he went was that issue and it celery and he went. Oh was it tastes like you. She told him and she's like it's better with peanut butter. Okay he bit into it and took one bite right after he bit into streaming No no not touch it. Like he won't even go near it. Mom was like. I told you to put butter on it. She said i told you. How do you eat this screaming for one and two. That's eight is terrible. She was like we always ate it with peanut butter. Like that's the only way you didn't listen. And the look on his face when he walked by he was so fucking priceless. Ian plane is not as good as dressing or anton. The law missing something right so yeah and she tried she tried. She's like you better put some peanut butter it. You're not gonna like it. And he he went for it. You'd went yelp needed now and my brothers good about trying new stuff but he will never eat celery again as long as he lives poor child. That's hilarious that's great. Yeah so maybe. If i eat someone at popcorn salad mccain and i won't be afraid of evergreens anymore got Hey you know what speaking evergreens that means that. The car sent trees are racist because they're hanging on a mirror and their evergreens. That's a good point just putting that out there. If you want to go down that road. I don't have cars dude. That's all we had in the nineties man. Every every every car you got near had a fucking pine trees sent on the fucking yup. Everybody knows it was either green or that blue dart royal blue colored one of every fucking time it never failed and if it wasn't known the fuck in mirror it was on the fucking dashboard going forward Going left to right every time somebody went around the curve and it looks like it'd been sitting there for fifteen years because of the sun damage. Yup yeah but it wasn't like you know me and the group of black guys in the car we're looking at it like hang on one. We weren't riding in the car and the fierce there and added whole down. No.

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:13 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"Tell us how your we always been wonderful. It's been chilin. it's not been a terrible week. It's been a great we last week. It was in the eighties for the most part And then all of a sudden sunday monday it was like fuck the shit. I'm going to fifties and raining all fucking day and than it's been in the fifties all week and then in the thirties all be every night so my body is hurting and i am exhausted like terribly. I don't know if you can tell that or not So i've been doing what radio work i need to get done through the day. And then i turn off everything. And i've been binge-watching shit supernatural because i'm bo in a bottle fifteen seasons and i'm watching it all straight through And i've been playing a little bit of outriders here and there But other than that of not really done a whole lot are would be working on some commissions but again my body's just like nope and i would probably said over there for about thirty minutes and be like i'm done and get back over here on the couch because y- Hopefully next week. I can start doing some more work on the commission's and A might go wild on patriae on Once a month and paint something here and there and talk to people just not for eight to'real or anything but just talked to them and give them something more We'll see about that. I don't know if we'll do that or not but we may do that once a month. Room patriot on for like an hour are now something like that. But yeah that's how my weeks been. I mean as the dirty fortune of it. I guess i mean Miss faster and drag outs me. Cute little birthday present. If you guys see it on the radio page. She made a custom sippy. Cup and custom Tumbler twenty ounce. Tumbler budge So thank you guys for that. That was fun to see. I was gonna posted earlier this week. And i just kept forgetting because like i said i've been so fucking like when i say exhausted. My body caught up with me like monday or tuesday and my mom came in here later. That age is like are you okay. Because that's like twelve hour street. And when i say slept twelve hours straight. That was not restful sleep. People ask anybody with krones or something. That's like that and nine times out of ten. They'll tell you every few weeks. they do that. They go into hibernation cycle for a day or Something of that nature me and my best friend do it often me and her are basically on the same sleep schedule for the most part so when one of us is down the other one's probably down yeah so and that's the one i co own entwined chaos with were dog meaning talking about that before the show. She's also got oh year now. She's got crawling she's had quite a few surgeries bless. Her heart love her to death. She doesn't look too far from either But yeah she's great she's been making these I don't know how many of you know what golf disc golf whatever. I don't even golf disc. I think it's called is. She makes custom golf disc discs. They're bad ass. They are fucking bad ass. And then like i said i you. You've seen some of our the the models and saddam's that stuff so you're yeah man Let's see haven't worked any on. All scars aren't visible Lately i do need to start that. Because i really want to get that pilot episode filmed So we can start pitching it and trying to get some funding scheduling and all with it Sorry i'll not updated anybody on that is it's a lot of work right in a right in a show or a movie of itself as a lot of work. Then you know pulling everything together Staff and crew and actors and funds and I'm not taking it to a studio not taking it to a video on demand. It's it's all going to be in house of with myself in a couple of others as far as the production company. We're doing production company or a media company. I should say which will be productions. So that's a whole nother bag of bones that had to get myself in But yeah it's it's slowly progress and hopefully we can get it to where we want it and originally had said there'd be like twelve to fifteen episodes per season but Looking at it it's probably gonna go out to five seasons in each season. Probably have anywhere from twenty to twenty five episodes and our apiece. And i'm not going to do this. Forty three minute fifty eight minute bullshit. It's going to be sixty minutes each line. At least you know like we're so. I hate the word brainwashed. But we are so ingrained. With when we watch a net flicks you know episodic limited series and we watch forty-three minutes man. I just watched a whole hour episode. No you didn't you watch forty three minutes. It's like yeah. I'm sitting here watching true right. I'm sitting here watching supernatural and one of the episodes was forty minutes long. That tells me that when it aired at least twenty minutes of it was advertisements. Yep worthy fighter that money go holy shit so i'm not doing that to people I'm not looking to gain money from this at all. I'm probably going to lose shits on money But at the end of the day it needs to be done it needs to be talked about. It's gonna hit all the topics. Ptsd suicide depression addiction illnesses. T you name it. It's going to be in there I am ready to get backlash as stanley. Kubrick did for a clockwork orange. That's how in depth. That's going to be I know a lot of people that have read. It are like no bo. You can't do that you can't you can't show a scene watch me fucking watch me. Watch me and it's not to turn people off and it's not to make people omar god to make you go. Oh my god.

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"Called the flash fire series. I have the entire series. Thank you very much i. It's actually got an entire book dedicated to recordings from the nineteen sixties and seventies of people. That grew up on the lan. Like they literally built log cabins from nothing and moonshine an all. That like they tell you how you live off the land they tell you what plants reviewed what plants are bad. How to like home remedies. If you can't get to a doctor and stuff like that like it's it's not holistic medicines all right. Let's let's cut that right now. It's not holistic medicine. It's real scientifically proven medicines. That actually work but it's just in the words of sh- people that grew up the way we did in the eighteen. Hundreds and back you know before technologies became a thing And i love it. I love reading. That stuff ain't yup. It's it's expensive if you get the whole series at once foot go ahead. I don't know what elaine very safe for me to do. Yeah probably not. I mean you years so i'm i'm surprised. When i was seventeen. I managed to cut myself without group. Sitters dull i don't i i don't understand but and yet i managed when i was thirteen. I was stapling. A piece of paper. Stapled to my thumb. What i don't know how but it happened like mr dan's offspring or some shit like what the flight. Why are you. Mr bean's all spring or related to the. If i was really adopted. Oh me and my mom talk about that all the time. trust me. i swear he was adopted. Whole the fucking balls. Dan my family so fucked up anyway. Crazy dude if i told you the stories that anyway. So why did you say you have to leave. Oh you gotta go pick her up. That's right so deformed dot org slash donate. You can donate directly through there. You can do one time without pay pal or if you wanna give monthly. You have to have a pay pal account. That's not our terms and conditions pay. Sorry you can also small amazoncom. Dd formula charity choice. Portion of your shopping cart goes directly to the farm. No hidden fees are extra cost and again that goes to deform. You can also. There's a lot of places out there. And i can't remember the site that i just ordered from but they give a percentage of their sales to charities and not on you can choose a charity and a lotta times. The farm is on there. Let us know if we're on there and we'll tell people hey go shop over here if you want to get something from just type in. Dd firemen and it'll pop up. Remind me google. I'll tell you that's from later. I gotta look my nose but a lot more Companies and businesses are doing that here lately. Which is great especially for nonprofits the farm because with all love the bullshit going on it. It's really hard We don't get state or federal funding. Still we rely solely authored donations from you. All and fundraisers and word of mouth and things of that nature so any help you can give us great baseball fundraisers. Thank you so much for those. Please don't stop doing those and set those goals. I don't deal hundred fifty bucks do like ten thousand dollars in see if you can do it. The higher the better singer mentioned facebook fundraisers only crap daily saved us. We got almost ten grand. Just from facebook fundraisers in march which is good because that's allowing me to put some money aside for bills plus we can at least get the tires on the backhoe done. It's fucking great way so well. Yeah that definitely holy shit like there's so much work. There's almost like ten grand of work that needs to be done on the tractor to be back. Hope to see you guys tires are the most pressing you guys think you're not doing enough. It melt it to a lot. I mean i've said it about this. The amazon stuff you guys think. Well i just bought something for twenty dollars. Yeah think of fifty people buying something for twenty dollars. Think about that. It adds up quickly because we get it. What every quarter from amazon. Yeah and yet every quarter and a lot of times. It's between four and six grand right. If i'm not mistaken it's somewhere in that room. Gabar tate you guys get the dvd farm. What it needs and continue run it like seriously. I cannot tell you how appreciative myself google Six and all the vets that go to the farm or like without you guys. We would be homeless. Thank you guys. it's it's a. It's a huge help. He's support i. You guys don't have the sheriff's any longer correct sixty not mentioned that we have them so so. I'm going to presume that they're gonna say yeah. I'm gonna say now i'm going to presume that no but if you go to the d. radio store the store tab is right there on the website you ready dot net and go to the store. The roads recovery shirt with the farm logo is always gonna be there unless six poet borrow at at the end of the month. All but one dollar goes to the farm and just like every other piece of apparel that we give out Gift funds g Once we reach one hundred dollars will start giving those funds to them. If it doesn't reach hundred dollars that month it rolls over to the next month and so on and so forth so if you want to give back to the dvd farm that way you can. You can't get a tax deduction on apparel and merchandise and shit like that but if you give funds and stuff like that yeah you can get a tax deduction so there's a Another reason to do it if you're one of those people that need it or to get a tax deduction thing. I.

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

06:47 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"I'll man and then switch back to rain and it didn't melt the snow because it was getting cold off now. The reason i have to leave between nine thirty and nine forty is because i have to go pick the child up from work. What happened to her car. Her car is perfectly fine. That's not the issue. God we need to have a talk well so apparently backing mark. Apparently he back in march. She got pulled over and got a speeding ticket. Didn't say no. She made it. She didn't say anything off and it happened. It happened in massachusetts which is fine. whatever But then she got a letter in the mail from new hampshire saying that she had to appear before the safety court. And we're like like she's distraught because so like if you don't show up then you might have just find your license but even if you do show up there's a good chance for license will be funded and i'm like that's what he do she goes. I got a speeding ticket back in march but i paid understand why they were suspend my license and it until six said. Show me the ticket and ono before that even is like. How fast were you going. She goes ninety four and a fifty five on my little girl. God i'm like. I don't even know your car gets golda. But she got. She got pulled over vase dating. She says she was going ninety. Four but this ticket is is written for ninety eight. It doesn't really matter because that's going when you're more than x. Miles over the speed limit interest. You have the maximum amount. Pay fifteen twenty and it's already considered reckless endangerment shit which. She didn't get a ticket for that. She didn't get arrested on the spot so all she got was a ticket for the speed but because of that because of places suspended temporarily which is understandable her history as well and he probably gave her a lot of which we know he did because she would probably spit thirty days in jail if he'd been true but i mean yeah he let her off pretty easy. I mean suspended license for a little bit. Maybe she'll learn her lesson not to drive ninety five ninety nineteen over fifty five. You're ready girl. Come on now. The holy shit reason i was just gonna say you rod. That's part of part of the reason she didn't even tell me is because she didn't want her mom and dad to find out. I understand that. But i'm lake. You're an adult you're eighteen. That's not something that this is a need to know. Basis this is this. Is i need to know right so i asked one thing i can be proud about. I never got stopped because of my stupidity it was always strategy of cops. I had a black state trooper for me over. Not even half a mile away from high school and he goes. Yeah pulled you over. Because i didn't think you're old enough to drive. And i'm like that's what is now. I mean i was driving a van. You know the nineteen eighties camper van. I was driving that. So yeah probably won't like a midget driving guy. Damn steamroller but my point you man. You're old enough to drive the other. Time i've named got ran. Was when i was on my way here to my house from where i lived at the time with my ex wife and i i had just pulled out of our driveway and was going up the hill and the way the he'll the way the the the turn was it was like a Your car would not go up or down if you start like you were basically in the middle of this fucking. He'll on both sides right. So i was driving my straight gear and it was so cold that morning that it just it it fucking gave out. So i create back up revved the engine and started going up the hill. And i've watched this fucking cop up behind me and he followed me for good twenty minutes and i get here. My mom was like get pulled over. And i was like no. She's like well they call it in your name and they ran your license plate and everything and i was like. Oh yeah probably because car died. And i created and rev the engine because it was fucking freezing and it didn't want to move. I can be proud about that. I've never gotten ticket ever that. I knew of you guys have a scanner. Among does yeah. I think it's less than they left every for my grandma and grandpa because they always had one in the house and it just became one of those things that it's like going without a watch. You feel naked. You know so. She's just kept it around all. Get exactly what i'm saying. Don't even don't even giggle. Don't even is there.

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"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"evergreen" Discussed on DV Radio

"April seventeen. Twenty twenty one and we got scooby doo yell as always boehner. Would we got sergeant dog in the house and we got good Frosty decided to take family trip. Decided take another trip Recoil is on a cabin trip. And i don't know about the rest of them. Because they basically like the plug it all sexist on his on z trip z trip. You mean z trip that he tried to take the other day or yesterday and we woke him up or whatever and then he started yelling he. He said he woke up to thirty this morning. And it's been a week sent so he went to bed early. I don't make eating go to bed to lake seven seven thirty will for those of you. That's listening it's probably going to be me and sergeant word. Oh for the majority of the show. Because google's going to skedaddle at some point she's going to tell us why So it all jeeze if you want us to talk about stuff that is not sure politics related. Please tell us in the chat. Room and radio dot net slash chat or tweet at us or say something on the facebook post. And we'll try to talk about it. So how's everyone doing this season and doing good good good. How are things at the form. Well you know all right so you know how i told you last week about the cold vert that we were just call vert vert at least like and say gorilla glue six. Can't say well. I just say i say radio too. But you're like no you say it we're ready. Oh i say radio. How else do you say radio brady anyway. Typically over here screaming you'd be murdered still. We ordered the covert and it was three pieces right. Well it came in so they called us let us know that it was here and then he proceeds saotome me that even though all three pieces were marked with our name on it one of the potatoes that works the register sold one. And i'm like this. I'm like well. I guess will pick up the two. But we're really gonna need the third piece so so we are like one. One one piece is in the ditch. Now the other pieces still waiting to go in there but then button snowed is stopped the whole operation. Google play leave or the snow. It's been raining here. My god and now because it snowed and because it's just warm enough for the snow to melt. The pond is again filled with water. Overflowing this time. It's going around the pond but the other side of the side further from the house. It's going around on that side. Don't like green because there's two trees over there that if they fall my direction they're gonna fucking hit. The house serena really quick for those. That don't understand why it snowing in the middle of april in new hampshire. You need to explain that really quickly. And it's every single year so every year it always snows after six puts the snow shovels away every year without fail. There's always one more snow this year. He put the snow shovels away like two weeks ago he wanted. He wanted flatlined to put the snow blowers away. At the time that heat that's suspending putting the snow shovels away and flatlined even left the snowblowers out for like another week and then he was like fine. I'll put them away now. Lake every sexist getting mad at six was going to do it themselves and it seems to be revolving around the snowblowers snowplows. Whatever you wanna call him because that one year. We have snow shovels out. And we put the blowers plows. Whatever you wanna call. Yeah and it started snow and then cool guy got him out any damn thing i know. Oh my god every year. It's not easy. But it's not as i told them last year i was like. That's it relieving everything out until june july and he agreed and then when he went to put him away. I'm like no they gotta stay out here. It's like gonna snow anymore. I'm like you take that every year and it does and it didn't think there was. There was one year that we waited he the longer than normal. So put everything away and it's node and it and it's not a mother's day i'm like what the hell is this shit about this and may one year so awesome others day dishes. It is happening. It happens every year and every year without male and this year. I think this snow is even worse because it rained like all day and then it switched to snow and it was like that thick wet heavy snow six calls at heart attacks now titus show. I think it's perfect snow for building snowmen just like not. Only that. i'm talking to google yesterday. And she's like it could be fucking salt please. Whoppi snow had to be this buchan frozen. Ask god damn sorry. I didn't get the snow phil. We got like six to eight inches. Yeah it's not that we got a little bit like dusting. no it was. It was snowing at nine o'clock thursday night and we've talked to one another. What like noon one o'clock yesterday. Yeah and it was still snowing. Yes she's seventy sixers and it was like it had been snowing for a week. God damn.

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How Quickly Do Plants Photosynthesize?

Plantrama

02:24 min | 10 months ago

How Quickly Do Plants Photosynthesize?

"Said. She wanted to talk about this and she specifically was asking if we could discuss. Do plants start to photosynthesis as soon as sunlight hits them. And i'm like yeah sure we can vote why. Why do you want to discuss that particular aspect of photosynthesis ac- l. In this time of year. It always comes to my mind ellen because as you know i over winter plants in my garage and one of the plants that i over winter in the garage or parts of aga- panthers and they stay evergreen. They're you know they're kind of semi dormant but here they are in the garage. They're not anywhere near a window. But every time. I open the garage door on certain sunny days. Sunlight hits these plants. And i think to myself how i wonder if this two minutes or three minutes of sunlight is doing these plants and good. How long does it take for photosynthesis to get up and running. So that's what prompted the question. Well that's a great reason. Senior garage in winter packed full of plants and those aga- panthers and the fact is yes as soon as sunlight. Hits those leaves. Those plants are often running. I mean generally they say it takes about thirty seconds but apparently spinach spinach in five seconds has got enough sunlight to start the process. Plants are so amazing amazing. Yeah yeah i. I was astonished about that as well that the research shows that i was thinking five minutes and no no. We're talking seconds. Oh sunlight food okay. You can shut the door now. It's cold so that is a good thing because that that shows you that if you are overwintering a plant in a dark place and you know you want to open the door and let the sunlight hit it for fifteen minutes or so. It is doing some good. it is and this. It's a mild winter afternoon in march. We'll actually i guess that's technically spring. But if the temperatures allow go ahead and give your plants that little boost of sunlight they will be grateful for

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Container Ship Stuck in the Suez Canal

All Things Considered

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Container Ship Stuck in the Suez Canal

"The Suez Canal, One of the world's vital shipping routes, is blocked by one of the world's biggest cargo ships. This ship the ever given ran aground on the bank of the canal and is blocking it. NPR's Jackie Northam reports on what happened and what it might take to move the enormous ship out of the way. Ever given is an enormous ship about a quarter of a mile long, so navigating it through narrow waters, such as the Suez Canal is a challenge. It's still unclear why, but somehow the bow of the vessel began to drift towards one of the bank's maritime consultant. Battle Keratosis was Karatz. This Marine advisors says the vessel is relatively new, so there shouldn't have been any mechanical issues. A ferocious sandstorm may have played a role. There have been reports that visibility was low at the time and may have impaired the capitals and the crew on the bridge. Their visibility and the ship, which is operated by Taiwan based Evergreen Group ended up across the Suez Canal. Karadzic's says powerful tug boats have been trying to pull the vessel out of the sand bank. They may have to bring other vessels and take off some of the containers off the vessel. They may have to take a ballast water out of the vessel. Another connect the vessel right there and to make it, you know, lift itself from underwater large. Jenson, the CEO of Copenhagen based See Intelligence Consulting, says supply chains were already in disarray caused by a ripple effect from the pandemic. So you have a job or congestion. You have shortages of vessel capacity of shortages of empty containers. There's a myriad of things that are out of kilter will supply chain already distant and some top of it. And that's not good guy plant in with the International Chamber of Shipping, says 12% of global trade passes through the canal and more than 100 ships are now waiting to enter

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Massive cargo ship becomes wedged, blocks Egypt's Suez Canal

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Massive cargo ship becomes wedged, blocks Egypt's Suez Canal

"A massive cargo ship is blocking the narrow Suez Canal waterway that carries about ten percent of world trade officials say tugboats restraining to free a skyscraper sized container ship that became wedged across Egypt's Suez Canal and blocked to traffic in the vital waterway the M. B. ever given carries cargo between Asia and Europe images show the ship's about touching the eastern wall of the Suez Canal well it stern was lodged against the western wall she's longer than the canal is wide and and so she's jammed in there pretty good cellmark Adriana is a former merchant mariner and an associate professor of history at Campbell university so right now that's those are piling up in port Suez in the southern and imports I eat in the northern end it wasn't clear what caused the accident evergreen marine corporation that runs the ship said in a statement that had been overcome by strong winds as it entered the canal from the Red Sea I'm Jennifer king

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1 Resident Dead, 2 Firefighters Injured After Massive Nursing Home Inferno In New York

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:03 min | 10 months ago

1 Resident Dead, 2 Firefighters Injured After Massive Nursing Home Inferno In New York

"Nursing home home reported reported dead. dead. Two Two firefighters firefighters hurt hurt after after a massive a massive fire fire tour tour through through the Evergreen the Evergreen Court Court for adults for adults early early this this morning. morning. That fire That fire broke broke out out shortly shortly before before one a.m. one a.m. the building the building collapse. collapse. Fire Fire coordinator coordinator Chris Chris Cure Cure on scene. on scene. He He just just wrapped wrapped up a up press a press conference conference Moments Moments ago, ago, There was There a whole was a section whole section of the one of the one part part of the building of the building that collapsed. that collapsed. The other rooms, The other rooms, the the hallways, hallways, staircases. staircases. There was a There was a It was a It pretty was a pretty major major collapse collapse way. way. See the See building the building and back and back here in the here back in the of back the building, of the building, the wall the wall collapse collapse and some and areas some of areas the front. of the front. The building The building collapsed collapsed to to firefighters firefighters were hurt. were hurt. Fire Fire officials officials say. say. Firefighters Firefighters rescued rescued 20 20 to 25 to 25 residents residents from that from burning that burning building building become become a course a course victims. victims. They get They him. They get pull him. They them pull out them out and they bring and they him bring out. him out. You go back You go back in. I sort in. I sort Numerous Numerous firefighters firefighters come out come out drop drop pages, pages, Wolf Wolf PMS PMS was taken. was taken. I'm picking I'm picking him up him up and firefighters and firefighters going back going here. back here. 125 125 firefighters firefighters A total A total of 23 of 23 departments, departments, responding responding that fire that fire not not yet yet declared declared under under control. control. One One firefighter firefighter released released from the hospital. from the hospital. The other The other will will remain remain hospitalized hospitalized for observation for observation after suffering after suffering apparently apparently a heart a heart attack, attack, state state investigators investigators on on scene scene Police say Police charges say charges are are

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2 Firefighters Injured After Massive Fire Erupts In Rockland County, New York

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:07 min | 10 months ago

2 Firefighters Injured After Massive Fire Erupts In Rockland County, New York

"In Rockland County. Now at least One resident of this nursing home reported dead. Two firefighters hurt after a massive fire tour through the Evergreen Court for adults early this morning. That fire broke out shortly before one a.m. the building collapse. Fire coordinator Chris Cure on scene. He just wrapped up a press conference Moments ago, There was a whole section of the one part of the building that collapsed. The other rooms, the hallways, staircases. There was a It was a pretty major collapse way. See the building and back here in the back of the building, the wall collapse and some areas of the front. The building collapsed to firefighters were hurt. Fire officials say. Firefighters rescued 20 to 25 residents from that burning building become a course victims. They get him. They pull them out and they bring him out. You go back in. I sort Numerous firefighters come out drop pages, Wolf PMS was taken. I'm picking him up and firefighters going back here. 125 firefighters A total of 23 departments, responding that fire not yet declared under control. One firefighter released from the hospital. The other will remain hospitalized for observation after suffering apparently a heart attack, state investigators on scene Police say charges are

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One dead, others injured after fire tears through assisted-living facility in New York suburb

Mike Gallagher

00:15 sec | 10 months ago

One dead, others injured after fire tears through assisted-living facility in New York suburb

"One person died and an overnight fire that destroyed a suburban New York City assisted living facility. The blaze broke out early this morning at the Evergreen Court home for adults in Spring Valley, New York. Higher. Officials say the victim was a nursing home resident taken to the hospital and later died,

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Resident killed in fire at New York assisted living facility

Morning Edition

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Resident killed in fire at New York assisted living facility

"County and early morning fire, An assisted living facility in Spring Valley has left one resident dead and prompted the evacuation of more than 100. Others. The incident led to the partial collapse of the building fire official told reporters at the scene that flames gutted the Evergreen Court home for adults. Police say numerous firefighters and residents have been injured. Several agencies work to get the fire under control. Video from the scene shows the second floor, the facility collapsing because the fire is still unclear. Spring Valley's about 30 miles north of Manhattan. New Yorkers Age 50 and older become

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Fire forces evacuations at New York assisted living facility

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Fire forces evacuations at New York assisted living facility

"I'm Julie Walker an early morning fire at an assisted living facility in New York leaves one resident dead and injures two firefighters one of the firefighters is out of the hospital the other being kept for observation according to Rockland county fire coordinator Chris Kerr who says they believe all residents are accounted for we were working with the EMS and the the C. I. P. and the owners of the facility to make sure each and every person account of four so we believe they are but again we were double checking or triple checking to make sure the fire destroyed the evergreen court home for adults in the Rockland county community of Spring Valley twenty three fire companies responded this is a devastating loss it was a quite a chaotic scene when they first arrived here this morning and ill firefighters will both be on and do their best I'm Julie Walker

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Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking

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Seattle area's Dr. Jeff Duchin provides updates on trends in COVID-19 cases, vaccinations

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Seattle area's Dr. Jeff Duchin provides updates on trends in COVID-19 cases, vaccinations

"Says it has reached its goal of vaccinating 45,000 people a day against Cove it. The bigger question, though, is Can we keep it going? Although we're making progress, we still have a ways to go. Dr. Jeff Duchin with public health Seattle in King County, said during his media briefing on Friday that despite the progress we've made There's still that shortfall in supply. We have almost 400 providers in rolled with the state to provide vaccine here in King County, but only 24 were Abel's received doses for prime doses their first doses for new patients this week while it's help that the state received nearly 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses You won't be able to get any more from the feds for another few weeks. Despite all these challenges, we continue to see progress like this weekend at Evergreen Middle School in Everett were over 600 Every public school staff members were able to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine vaccination is a critical tool that we need to help bring the covert 19 pandemic to an end. In total, the state's been able to administer Nearly 80% of the doses they've received from the federal government. Make

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QFC holds COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Seattle area, around 900 people to receive vaccine

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

QFC holds COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Seattle area, around 900 people to receive vaccine

"And other covert 19 mass vaccination clinic will be held tomorrow. Here at Evergreen High School in White Center to FC and Fred Meyer are hosting this clinic. The city chose White Center because of its diverse population. It's really amazing way really need more efforts like this to be very specific and intentional about serving our community. S so it's really important more than 400 doses were given today Another 500 will be given tomorrow. All slots have been filled up two FC plans to hold another mass vaccination clinic next week for teachers.

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It's March, Here Are Some Things to Do In The Garden

Your Gardening Questions

02:20 min | 11 months ago

It's March, Here Are Some Things to Do In The Garden

"You know it's We've talked before. About how fast time ceased seems to go from here. We are at the end of february getting ready for march march. Marshall pee on monday What are some of the things you're thinking about when it comes to things to do or in march well mark there's a host of things first of all. Finish your leisure reading. Because you're about to have to get out nick garden and you probably want to get out. I've been feeling like everybody else does by kind of like a caged animal under this kovic situation. However i've stayed clean. And i wanna keep it that way i presently and fortunately most shots are in me. I will speak only to the first shot. I thought somebody hit me in the left shoulder with a louisville slugger for for a day or two. But that's that was no big deal and the second shot which i've heard some horror stories about i had practically no problem with i. I was not even Not even sure. I knew i had the shot first of all the person happened to be a fireman. That was working the line that day. He gave me a shot. I did not feel the needle in or out it. Just he was so slick he said well you came into the line of the best treatment other you go any out Mark it's it's there. But i was. I say get your leisure reading done then. All kinds of gardening supply magazines are coming in from from tools to well flowers to feed to full plants and so on get get some decisions made on what will fill that spot and right. Now you've been staring out the window in most cases at snow and The evergreens have shown up. Then you know where there will be some leaves on things and then if there are some voids that you'd like to think about think either standard plants woody ornamental or think perennials. Think in terms. Then as you read the catalogs taller things in the farthest point of the bid then shorter or mid size and then shorter and I always try to put the beds in my mind into a very addict. Well as you see a very different story of how to handle them.

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"evergreen" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

"It until the end. Okay so wendy. Why don't you read synopsis of christmas. In evergreen christmas and evergreen bells are ringing as michelle's wedding approaches. Hannah steps up to help. Finish the launch of the new evergreen museum while questioning her relationship with elliot watts it. I think they could have done a better job with this. An office. vague. There is so much more going on here which we will talk about. But let's go in order and let's start with our initial impressions of this movie overall leshan when ego. I i was let down. I'm going to just say. I don't know maybe it's because this the fourth one right. So maybe it's because these characters i'm already familiar with and there was no new energy new couple and i was just like okay all right and then i have other problems but yeah that was initially Outlet now yeah so. I need to apologize to wendy. Because when we created the list of movies we were going to review this year. Wendy having no hallmark knowledge at all gave me that job and so i added this to the list because of course it's a fourth evergreen movie. We had to do it. And she said to watch the previous. Three and i said no because typically yes some of the same supporting characters but it's a new love interest. They kind of steal it. You don't know the backstory. you're fine well right. That was not the case. it's movie so poor wendy's like i have nothing to say because i don't know who these were or what is happening. I don't i feel like i turned a movie on an hour after it had already been on like. I had no idea what was happening. Even though they recapped very short recap at the very beginning. It still didn't give me any background this particular movie. The problem with that recap is like i said. Every one of these movies has had. Its own love interest. They could have stood alone. You didn't know anything about the backstory. It wouldn't have mattered. And they brought back some characters but they didn't bring them all back and they did start in the middle of the story. And i feel like that was a failure on the part of hallmark. Because yes you have your die hard fans who are going to have seen all of these movies but you need to be willing ready to bring in the new people and this was not a movie for someone who hasn't watched. Three previous movies are wanted. A new love interest or something but nothing so our next question is your first impression of the main couple now typically in these stories we have one this one..

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"evergreen" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Situation is just evergreen. Don't feel good. That dishwashers work. Good i got a couple of things. Holly robinson. pete's sister comes to evergreen and she does not like christmas. Which i like. What doesn't like christmas as much. And neither does dad and But she asia tries to give her a candy cane in her hot chocolate and she acts as if she is trying to tell her that that the moon doesn't exist or something like she is just shocked and appalled that she would do such a thing. It's permanent hot chocolate. Like i feel like it's a staple at this point right like everybody's had or at least thought about chocolate and peppermint. It's they're married. They works point. I am not a you know. A lot of people give these movies a hard time when they slow danced to christmas songs. And i don't really have a problem with. Christmas is a romantic time. And you know those songs bring nostalgia in the fields and all this stuff doesn't bother me but it does bother me is when we are getting a montage of elliott's and a hannah just kissing and falling in new jersey and kissing some more and they're she's remembering and the i know while is playing over top of it it is very. It's very odd combination of the two of them. Just kissing and fallen and snowballing born the key weird combination that made me uncomfortable and going back to the sister. One more time at the very end of this movie it's back. She has a full glass of hallmark channel. Wine mind you. That's on the table. She holds it up. It's more like hey there's still some room here. Let's let's fill this sucker up. So i think at that point you sit her down and say let's talk about this because i think there's a situation here that is worth at least a dialogue. During christmas time that she might have an issue And last but not least this hat guy. I just i just want to say this out loud. The hat guy is simultaneously. Upset that he. He seems to be under the impression that he's the reason. The business failed to try and not that. Oh i don't know people don't buy top paps like they used to. That's right like he is under the impression that it is all his thumb. Says this line. I wrote it down if i really did the best i could. The hat factory would still be open. He didn't see the baseball cap. Coming in. As i just wanna mcleese sandlot. And he was like those stunts. Are you kidding me right now. You could have done the best. I think you did the best you could. There was no world where the evergreen hat factory was going to make it. It just wasn't. I'm sorry i feel dumb. I have down as my my. What the hallmark. Why did the hat factory fail. Are you serious. I want to see. Oh my gosh anything to do with the fact that evergreen not the role when evergreen is a small town and i don't know people just didn't need hats anymore. I thought that i like. I think it's willing like we need to have a conversation like i think. Isn't there a room for like have filthy by absolutely there's room but not as your primary business in a small town but you don't think like you could create like ironically like those. There's always like you think it was going to be an ironic hat. Okay okay you can put some blame on him so real thing yet. Lives doesn't make hats. They sell the house. Okay okay okay okay but you can give me a few minutes i want. This is what i'll say. Paint it before before. And i'll and then you can sit on the. I do think there is some blame on him for not at least trying to evolve. Now you can argue that. He did try to evolve because when they open up the closet. There's some some halfway hats weird a hats. Here's the thing is this is that is there room in evergreen a boutique. We make custom. Has yes not a hat factory. Ok this so you're saying for mass production hats. There's not room for forever and evergreen where people it's out of the way to go no matter what out of the way to ship their. It's out of the way to do all that and name the a hat a do something else right now in existence. maybe would. it's just. This is the worst law. Huge will revisit this ensured for you. I don't know if it's a huge factory because the museum is only one hallway. I will say the outside as a huge out saw. It's eight feet to. I don't know. Here's what i do know. Is that once you get inside. That hat factor museum. All we ever get to see is the same hallway in this movie. Which may not big enough to be. Museum be definitely doesn't take someone's full-time work. Commitment to plan or decorate and would not be enough room for a hat factory. I don't know what's going on. They had this giant building. At least outside always see for the entire museums a whole way. What why is that. That's just bad it's really bad early. They're getting a big giant snowball fight. These fights continue to grow in evergreen. Which i do love having everyone in these giant fights 'em rookie of bernard and antonio k. Owner behind this like whatever defense and they're like thinking and he takes his gloves off and he says she says pack with mittens throw with bare hands so that means to pack the still call. It's a callback. They talk about early in the movies drawback it's their thing and then. She proceeds to throw snowballs with her mittens on. Why say that line if you're going to proceed to throw the snowballs with the mittens anyway. Just keep the law. You should be hacking pack hand painting ever so he's going to do early in the movie that one of the kids is there and antonio cayenne comes in and he goes i see some. I see a gingerbread house. That needs to be roof te though it'd be great if the gingerbread house was completed aside from the roof but there is no gingerbread house. It's just all that hasn't even started. They haven't started to build a gingerbread house yet. They need to start it before they can actually roof it. Someone says no one in the history and this may be. What the hallmark. No one in the history of evergreen has ever spent christmas alone him. That's that's bolts. If you didn't like the first three minutes of our podcast have. I got some nestle toll house cookie. Oh my gosh. Hrp is a pro. She hold shit frame them with with like her and she's like pouring the bag like this. You can see the full logo. It's brutal out there. They're really sad. The wedding is postponed. Like she is down in the dumps. And she's like my wedding's postpone and the sister says. Don't worry we've still got the christmas festival. Your wedding is once in a lifetime. There is not a yearly festival. That's going to make you feel better about not getting married have you seen ads. I've seen it every year. It's great grand on this. I remember our wedding you know. Yeah no kidding. I don't know for some reason chris's candy or kris kringle. Kitchen is what it's called the chris. Cringle kitchens are not christmas. It's the kris kringle kitchen. They call that thing so many different names in this movie. They say i'm going down to the kringle. I'm going down to crinkles I'm going down to chris. Cringle kitchen and i'm on kringle alley which could be a road name..

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"evergreen" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"For the bet. Top of the pets. Here we go my name. Is tommy saying. I'm here to introduce for bid today. Shallow by is a bit where we go to a town called los angeles here comes we. Just let it in la. Can you believe if gonna believe. I'm yeah where los angeles staw dive into christmas at evergreen ringing the fourth and the evergreen a cannon gosh anyone else gets his chills no okay just shows like in but you may be sick. You should rapid tests realizing we were back in evergreen. Yeah we are backing evergreen. Everybody and so is actually williams for a second december. Twenty twenty s hundred originaly aired twenty. Twenty one a little something like this. The movie kicks off as all evergreen movies. Do with a nice story book. it's beautiful. It's wonderful gives you those fields. It also gives us a nice recap of the first three movies. In case you're like everybody and completely forgot which one is which Hannah is still running a whole family. Business she's kind of she's there but elliott's really the one who's doing the day to day stuff tinkering if you will. And he has these dreams these ideas. How can i expand tinkering business. He's gonna start to mull that over even more and michelle. Michelle is getting busy Getting ready for her wedding her weddings. Nice christmas wedding. And it's gonna be a nice small wedding nothing serious but her sister's coming into town. Maybe your dad we're not sure yet Hannah wasn't busy enough. So she agrees to to take on the town christmas museum and get that ready to open in time for the christmas festival. Now elliott's brings this idea of expanding the tinker shop to open another one in boston. Another one in boston and hannah is unsure of how she feels about this so in the they decided to break up. This is not we. We're just going to listen to the side where we wanna stay friends than this thing right here right now. I'm so the museum is is gonna be this oil. It's going to be in this old factory. Patch factory now. This whole dude comes walking into town and was like where all the hats. we're all. My hats go now. This guy is very concerned about the hats. And he's like you mustn't change it from elliot gets a grant so he can expand tinkers to boston. I saw tinkering boston ones. They were so good. I'm in a small town. Get the way that they they make no as they tinker. They just tinkering on about that. Oh just hit thing. That's not the coho. this is this fake weiss. Yes that's tinkering take don't you don't. You wish was sticky like me so You can get those candidates at fresh market. You could work deck. I still where when when i see. When will i see the price. Go down because i said back. And they said the technology podcast It is a really weird advertising campaign. We're doing to advertise. The employees of fresh bark and that advertising has made infiltrated the synopsis. It just jumped the shark we've got so anyways yes. The hats are happening. Michelle's fiance is stuck in maine with snow. He's never seen before so he's gonna have a tough time getting back and time for his wedding. They surprised her. By like zooming amend for a nice little romantic dinner. He doesn't stick around that long but he does give a sneak peek of his vowels. And it's very sweet. Elliott's is playing the piano at church to try to calm himself down so much going on his life and hannah comes walking in and they end up kissing and he's like what's going on and she's like. I shouldn't have done that. Oh my goodness the next day she makes a wish on the snuggle and she is trying to get. The museum opened up and running and she keeps just running into issues with the hat guy and the hat. Guys like listen I own one third of this factory. And unless i sign off on this no museum and so she decides to give the hat guy a corner of the museum to spotlight the history of the hats. And he's like this offense me money mental level. I'm taking the newseum back so she she's like boy. I really shouldn't have told him if you don't like it. I'll give you right at the train station. But i had so. She gives them a ride to the train station. But the truck breaks down. Luckily santa's hanging on the shrubberies goes laundering on. Be like you're going to get a wrench. Go back to the museum and the guy comes wandering back to the museum. And as he's walking in the museum he sees a video playing his sister's talking about how much hats have meant to them. And how much. They love their providence. A hats and so decides. Oh it's so he decides you know what as hats hat matter. And so i'm going to let us matter or just certain i Well so i don't know his hats. Hats hats their heads. Who's fats so he know you without so good and it's like guys. I've decided to give you the museum to give you the factory and santa disappears. Naturally it's the grand opening of the museum. And elliot tells hannah that he's not moving to boston after all it turns out good news. Ezra remember ezra from the other one lives in boston now. He's going to run that one and they kiss and the movie ends. With nary a wedding to be found and that my friends was christmas. And evergreen hey we did it. Bells ringing Balanced bells bells bells all types of bells all types pedals bells. Go like this. The goal like that. they sound the same. But they're not trusting them. We're gonna go quick break and not more ads. no we're going to And we'll be right back here on the homework..

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"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

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

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"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"We'll fred your plan to the week. Well it's now plants. Marcus as i would propose the at this point time. Almost all trees are totally defoliated. Some few that don't get totally devoted. The pin oaks and a few things like that are not however once the leaves are gone and once all that glorious color is gone then i turned to all tall evergreens now by that meaning the big pines spruce came a separate source or bald cypress no well bald cypress also but the the other cyprus our provider juniper they all now have taken over the skyline and in some cases that's good well in all cases it's good but in some it's bad I deal with a lot of suburban situations. Where as plants a grownup both evergreen and shade trees. The evergreen start to wane because they're getting too little wind flow too much disease build up and etc but by and large. I like to see the evergreen trees at this point in time and they become quite obvious what you don't necessarily notice going up and down the streets in the summertime spring fall and so on We now have the glory of those evergreens From the fine texture of the white pine to the more coarse texture of the austrian and scotch pines we have the spruce that have the tiny needles usually a very deep green We have the confirmation of those trees now. Most spruce will stay in form. However pines often reach a certain height and then spread out so that we get all kinds of different forms all different colors and shine and so on all of that really brings forth this time of year now. The only time that is not good is if you have lost pines due to disease or are now losing spruce do disease which we can't really stop much. Well we can talk about it. We can spray and try but it doesn't really work so in any event as neighborhoods redo themselves through mother. Nature's devices We may be seeing more deciduous trees and their character From the standpoint of being deleted. But i'm hoping that we will always have enough evergreens to carry over that winter so the pine spruce false cypress the arbor vita big juniper's all of that kind of thing and if you don't think there are bigger provider juniper's go through old cemetery. Those what we put in as well. It's just between properties for blocking and screening. Now have a twenty inch trunk on them. You know it depends on the age of the cemetery. But they'll run fifteen twenty thirty forty feet tall and that'll turn your mind to evergreens for sure..

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"evergreen" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

"Merriam Webster's word of the day for December twenty fifth. Today's word is evergreen spelled. L. Does one word E. V. E. R. G. R. E. N.. Evergreen is an adjective that means having foliage that remains green and functional through more than one growing season it can also mean retaining freshness or interest perenniel or it can mean universally and continually relevant not limited in in applicability to a particular event or date. Here's the word used in a sentence from ad week by Danielle Wiley Pinterest in particular is a great place for Sharing Evergreen content like recipes or diy tutorials. which adjective do you think has existed longer in English? Evergreen or perennial. If you count the hyphenated form ever hyphen green. Which of course means always green then evergreen is older. Its earliest known. Use dates from the sixteenth century. The hyphen free form is first. Seen in writing from the seventeenth century as an adjective as well as a noun meaning conifer earliest known use of the word perennial as an adjective meaning remaining green all year long appears in the first half of the seventeenth seventeenth century. Evergreen also wins. In the more general long-lasting since it began appearing in figurative use in the mid seventeenth eighteenth century whereas perennial began to be used with that enduring meaning in the.

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"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"Talkradio's Fred Hauer focuses on a plant. That would be a great addition to your landscape. Scape now for this week's bond products plant of the week. Well Fred your plan to the week. Well it's now plants mark as as has I would propose the at this point in time. Almost all trees are totally defoliated. Some few that don't get totally devoted. The Pin Oaks folks in a few things like that are not however once the leaves are gone and once all that glorious colored has gone then I turn to all tall tall evergreens now by that meaning the Big Pines Spruce came separate source or bald Cypress Well Bolt Cypress also but the the other Cypress Burst Arbor Vita juniper they all now have taken over the skyline And in some cases that's good well in all cases it's good but in some it's bad I deal with a lot of Suburban situation swear as plants have grown up both evergreen and shade trees the Evergreen. and start to wane. Because they're getting too little wind flow too much disease built up and it Cetera but by and large I like to see. See the evergreen trees at this point in time and they become quite obvious What you don't necessarily notice going up and down the streets in the summertime spring fall and so on We now have the glory of those evergreens From the fine texture of the white pine to the more coarse texture of the Austrian and Scotch Pines we have the spruce that have the tiny needles usually a very deep green. We have the confirmation of those trees now most spruce bruce. We'll stay in a pyramidal form. However Pines often reach a certain height and then spread out so that we get all kinds of different forms all kinds of different colors and Shine and so on all of that really brings forth this time of year now. The only time that is not good is if you have lost pines is due to disease or are now losing spruce due to disease which. We can't really stop much. Well we can talk about it. We can spray and try. Hi but it doesn't really work so in any event as neighborhoods Redo themselves through mother. Nature's devices We may be seeing more deciduous who is trees and their character From the standpoint of being defoliated. But I'm hoping that we will always have enough evergreens to carry over that winter so the pine spruce use false Cypress the Arbor Vita big juniper's all of that kind of thing and if you don't think there are a big providing juniper's go through an old cemetery Oyo those those what we put in as well as just a between properties for blocking and screening now have twenty inch trunk on them. You know it depends on the age of the cemetery demetriou but they'll run.

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"evergreen" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"evergreen" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And it takes also getting out of your own shoes and getting into your audience's shoes because what we you think important isn't necessarily with the audience that particular audience thinks is important and I think that's why we end up in a lot of places where people we'll have to preface whatever they're going to say with ten minutes background information. I because the think you need to know all these details before they can give you some important information but usually the audience is like come on just cut to the chase. Tell me what I need to know and then let me go home early and make my decision here to make or whatever it is so I think all that stuff takes time and it takes thinking through what your audience wants to hear. And that's the biggest mistake I see a lot of Speakers do and in presentations even even proposals that are are being emailed or mailed in is okay you get to the deliverables. What's the outcome? Well how is this going to benefit the audience in what you're sharing a. Give those actionable items. Usually two or three. Don't give them. Okay here's the fifty things you can do to improve your life. You'RE GONNA lose them after maybe four or five. They can go back and look at that list later possibly but you WANNA leave them with okay. Here's some things things you can implement right away or these are things that will help you. Make a faster decision on this proposal or whatever information you're presenting because if after the end of your presentation in everyone's kind of looking around going okay. Well what are we supposed to do. you have just just wasted everyone's time including your own because she who haven't you haven't convinced them or move them towards any type of action you've basically he just had storytime With with a powerpoint presentation or US a documentary. Something like that going through it. It's like have the end in goal in mind is what do you want the audience to do with this information. And how can you present it in a way that succinct and oftentimes. Sometimes you want them to ask questions. But ideally you want them to ask for more detail on a particular situation or something that you mentioned then that way you can dig deeper into the content you're providing but you definitely want to give it As much of a here's some things you can do and make it clear as possible because as a as we see in society our attention span keeps shrinking so you get a meeting invite for forty five minute presentation on something at the office. You're going well so much for that day. And depending on what it is or if you're at a conference it's a little bit a different but again you want people to you want people to do something with the information you're providing them And and walk away from it. Yeah yeah all good presentations should end with some kind of call to action. And I think actually I say the same thing About written documents like I'll see people make infographics or fact sheets or something like that and they should all end with some kind of call to action. What are you actually want people to do now? You've told them all the things that you told them and what I tend to see. Is that in presentations. People just end with this questions and that's not helpful If we're GONNA do those questions like you said they are important but we should sprinkle them in throughout the a presentation actually so that people are getting their questions answered as you go which is a little hard to manage. You GotTa have some light crowd-control skills when you do that But then at at the end you WanNa wrap up on some strong note some kind of now that you know this. Do this thing so I can agree with you more. We just need to make it more explicit. What we actually want people to do at the end young call to action as as crucial for all types of different things? You know whether you're you know a a speaker and you're selling a product or service so you you want people to do something with the information whenever you're presenting anything I I would hope that you would want people to do something with it. A take something from it whether to improve their department or improve the organization station or convinced them that yes. You're the right organization or the right person to bring on even job interviews. It's something a lot of people think they're just asked me some questions to answer. And then they're gonNA make their decision is an interviewee or interview or you should should. Have you know an end goal in mind and a call to action on on the questions that you're asking in such a way. Were you make an impact on on the interviewers. You know one of the things that I did when I was in the you know working for people stage of my life And I picked us up from a Webinar years ago. John I apologize to the person that taught me this because I don't remember her name but it has been really a earth-shattering As far as my ability to be successful full in applying and landing jobs was you. I listen to what the interviewers had to say about some things and talk about the organization and they would present their information. And sometimes you know you know slide deck in sometimes it would be Just universal but I would take notes of all of that stuff and then within the next day I would give them basically a report and I called up my thirty sixty ninety day plants. I was okay over. This is what I'm going to be doing when hired for this role for the next thirty sixty in ninety days. With with the caveat that okay. There's going to be some things that I don't know about the organization and there may be priorities that need to be done sooner the later depending on what's on the on the list but every time I've done that either I got the job where I was second choice every time every time. And it's one of those things where I took the information or the data. They gave me in present it back to them in such a way where they can look at it and go. Okay okay. We see how this person thinks when it comes to pry prioritizing things that need to be done and and again it was a call to of action for those organizations and the last place That I was hired at one of the employees that saw the document they said. That's what got you hired okay. Good I wasn't my charm. Okay I thought it was my charm. Let's say care or my bald head now okay. I was actually something work related okay. That's that's good to know. Good yes well and it is about going back to what you were saying earlier. It's about setting yourself apart from others. Distinguishing yourself in those ways I just got an email today. Dave from someone who wanted to dig into some of my work and learn from some of my books. She said that she was Out in the job Bob market and was looking for a way to distinguish yourselves so she wanted to self teach Data visualization and presentation skills. So that she could show that off to who potential employers and it is. It's such critical business skill. Communication really is such a critical business. Go that we don't learn about unless you actually go to school for Communication uh-huh And everybody needs to know how to do it. And so the more you can figure that stuff out when you are applying for jobs the better off. You're going to be compared to other people who are applying. That's all presentation of data. And how you present yourself because you know much like you know the par points in. We're docs six and things like that. He your resume DOT DOC and I've worked in. HR some roles you get dozens if not hundreds of resumes thrown at you and after a while The text tends to blur in your okay. Who's this what are they doing? And it's it's unfortunate because I'm sure that many organizations have passed on you know people that would have been absolutely amazing for the organization but that resume may didn't stand out enough for them to go. We need to talk to this person and bring them in because they might be the right person for this role and all because of all because of presentation completely and I Have wrestled with this question. People ask me all the time. Should I make my resume look more more designer a little bit more like an info graphic and I've seen some successful ones out there But I've also seen some. That went a little bit too far in the wrong direction. You know and it looked a little bit too gimmicky or cheesy and that actually would be working against that person. I've heard feedback on hiring committees. That they're they're not necessarily looking for a bunch of icons and Rainbow Colors and that in some ways you kind of have to pitch to the player like if you're going for a job that's in design or something adjacent to that you definitely need to have some Design in your resume. That's the first portfolio people are really going to see If you're not then going overboard with that stuff isn't necessarily GONNA help but some small things for sure just like don't use the Default Microsoft resume template. You're going to have to change some stuff so that it sets you apart boils down to and I. We've talked about this before four. Is You know your audience do some research on who. You're pitching too and that that goes without it doesn't matter if you're doing public speaking applying for a role or a presentation for funding. Whatever the case may be you figure out? You know who they are. WHO's the the players in what what interests them and just to set yourself apart and give yourself a chance to be successful in and in any the type of presentation that you do exactly so so if you were going to give an organization one bit of advice on how to better are present their data to be more successful on whether doing no matter what they're doing you know what's one of the common things you you tell people to do? I know you'd mentioned you know but getting a brand and consistency in in what you use all of that is there anything else you would. You would highlight that. So after stating your insights right there on the slider on the graph or whatever and incorporating your branding I think the next step is to learn more about different graph types. I was in a workshop at Mastercard. So big big company talking to their marketing team about all their marketing data and I showed them particular graph type called overlapping bars. It's a really simple graph but it just fits so many any data scenarios and you could just see the brains explode in the room because it fits what they needed to talk about in a way that just would make so much more sense than and cause less confusion in those decision making meetings so and that's the Nice thing about you know being in the day and they did in right. Now we have more graph types available to us and and what we may have thought or what we think excel's default choices are And once you learn about those other options that are out there will find graph types that better match watch this story. We're trying to tell. And it just cuts through all the confusion and makes it so simple to just get the point and then make have those critical conversations and make those critical decisions. I have made note of overlapping graphs. I will play around with O's and see not might confuse some of the people that I use is but I I I think or somebody tries to add it. I could that could turn out to be like. Wow that does not look like what it should. But that's all that's awesome. I thank you for that tip so stuffing I've enjoyed our conversation today. Where can people find out more about you and.

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