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"Why don't you break down this firsthand that you played for the listener in the watcher so Let's hand starts with us playing five ted. The limits mass cash on ignition. I opened the button with ace of diamonds. Five of clubs Small blindfolds the big blind fens. The big wide an i For the podcast. Stressor about one hundred and thirty big winds effective building. There's too much talk about here. I opened the twenty five dollars to big by calls. We see a flop of three of hearts seven of diamonds diamonds. Fifty five dollars in the middle. So i got shot. Backdoor flush draw big line checks. I bet large on this board. I used to like maybe for like the longtime technical tuesday listener. Who is paying really close attention to my strategy. They've they might feel like whoa like used to be used to just see that like one third everywhere these spots like what. What's this two-thirds sizing. That's like something that's new for me. To just like starting to add a little bit more complexity is the right word but a little bit more like nuance to my see betting strategy and i think one of the one of the first changes that i could make is just like instead of c betting a third everywhere finding the boards that i want to start having a big bet checks strategy. I thought this slow board. The seventh reduce to diamond board might be one of them and that Got shot with background of plus crowd and over seemed like a pretty decent hand to start with a big bet. Why do you think this board is one of those where you wanna go big bet or no bet So one of the things. I think about when i'm deciding whether i want a big bet is kind of like how my range like advantaged. My range has versus Villains range on these types of boards so single rates pot where the big wind only defense. I'm going to have a massive overpaid advantage going to have the mother really strong hands like ace king of dive queen of diamonds that the big wind just simply is not going to have though yeah just to be able to push that advantage when they have hands like seven x four or five or diamonds themselves that are just gonna call two-thirds plot very very happily. I sort want to be able to push that equity advantage that have Or that overpaid advantage. That i have and low boards in particular are are going to be one of the that i have a pretty big advantage. I think another type aboard are are going to be like double triple broadway boards so like ace king ten asking deuce That's not for board. Where i'm just gonna have really strong hands that i just want want to put more money in on the flop than a third plot.
"fen" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Then where all of my co workers my manager live. And i would get these comments one of these questions that kind of feel very condescending from manager about the things that i was doing outside of work and some of the questions here would be along the lines of what is your commitment of the company or what is the reason why you're doing this thing This year i got my certified financial education instructor certification. And i shared that. And she's like well. What are you going to do with this. And i'm like. I spent my own money. And my own time studying for this. Getting some getting congratulated. You're not finding ways to utilize the credibility that i'm establishing outside of the corporate environment instead. I'm being put in a situation where to justify. Why i'm doing the things that i'm doing on my own time and being questioned in terms of my performance on the day job based off of my ability to do these things and so It became very toxic. It became I was anxiety ridden. I'll showing up to work. And i'll just like i hated here. What i was afraid of pollster and things online. Because i didn't want to have the conversation about it and really just kind of the straw. That broke the camel's back for me was i was invited to speak in con- this year and i shared that club super excited i had heard such great things about fen khan and going to be my first time attending so first time attendee first time speaker and so i share this all link and she is like. I think we need to revisit the outside business interests form. They wanted me to document stuff on a phone. And i'm like. I'm not being paid to speak in incon- not being paid to do any of the things that i'm showing you. But there's this concern and the language that the hr guidelines kind of us very like ambiguous..
"fen" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"fen" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"My cope now to the sign and just walking on the adventurous trail here with the an nice little open walkway to my right and then some would lindzen some res over to my left so as opposed to the gravel track cyclone number four. This is more of a grassy path. Little bit only so not ideal psych but perfect for walk so hopefully soon carry a long cable be able to go to west meyer. Which isabel recommended to us before and see what we can see over on me just gonna tan laugh now off the venturous fen trail and head down to the west mir high now from where i'm walking just of the path released hidden so i think it might be a case of routine it out. Just these gaito. Hopefully it will become current. Had really is well hidden healthy. Yeah just walked about that tuned to three hundred meters along very weakly wind deep path quite enclosed and i decided with reads and bind wheat and various other very looks vegetative growing up and just to the very last minute of ten the corner. I can just see the height ahead of me. So i'm gonna go held. I can see what i can see coming into the high now. But it's vacant. There's a guy. Hey they very picked. Hi i'm kate okay. Richard nichols amazing vista. Actually for miss haydn so different from the walnut we were facing this morning and much more open here since march speaking expensive water. A little gravelly every right here. Just the read. Where beds of all congregated can say a couple of months. They're having a scrap. I'd love to take a picture of it. So have you got any tips for me. Richard on how i can capture the seed. They're reasonably far away the there so if you want to get a close up you need to have a land. That's a bit longer than doesn't really matter whether it's on your phone shoot or whether it's top of the range. Dsl great thing about digital photography as it doesn't cost you anything. You can take many pitches as you like in throw them. all away. doesn't matter is a impressive camera. So can you show me what it does fantastic and that was my visit back in two thousand eighteen. It's been three years since. Richard inspired my journey with photography so with the assume avian migration in full flow. I thought a timely moment. Check it on richard and his photogenic. Feathered friends high rate changed howie. We could to hear you again. So last time we spoke. You've been spending quite a few hours. Most days out there in the hyde but with the lockdowns and events of the last sixty months east still managed to get out there every day. Trying there several times a week rushing myself in nature. So it's just you and whatever is around. It's just very relaxing yet for me. I'd say just being out in nature is almost as important as getting the perfect photo but which would use as most important for you. The photos are almost a bonus. And i guess for someone who's sewing cheam with nature and the seasons with we fan being closed over the knee miss lockdowns. You must have had a real sense of foam. It was very frustrating especially if the weather was good like it was last spring. Older changes happening. The migrants coming in from africa building ness feeding their young all. The things that happened in spring. Definitely a loss. Joe in lockdown. With what seems like a really special place. How did you pass the time of gutless sort of stream of consciousness thinking about what would make an interesting shot. There's a photograph of always wanted to get which i have yet today really guard which is a picture of a food pass between a male and female marsh harrier so marsh harriers a fairly large bird of prey. They mostly brown. The male has grey on its wings females. They've got a sit of white cap on their head up until fairly recently they were actually scarcer than golden eagles was more golden eagles in the uk. Wear bausch harriers. So when i heard that we can fan was going to be open for the first time again. So going through my head will what might be there That's interesting to photograph the been some marsh area nests quite close to the boardwalk tattoo coal from the rangers. They're saying could. I come and trying to photograph the adults. The boardwalk at this point was still close to the public. So i'm going to go over this obstacle course to get the claiming over and crawling out there then have to take out the things. They had used to lock the entrance to the height. When i got into the height i started setting up my commitment. Put my camera onto the tripod. Make sure it's the right height. Make sure i've got the right exposure. Anthony really just a case of sitting and waiting sometimes for hours and hours and hours on end newest days i was there and there was nothing really happening. What i'm watching for the hain. Harry is coming back with food a lot of the time. You actually hear the youngsters calling. And that's when you can be alerted to the fact that they're bringing some pray bag so i've been there quite a few days and i did hear the male bird coming back so that was the opportunity which i too. When you're trying to take shops nordli you'll find the subject in the viewfinder at then track it. Turning and elevating the lands they will glade about with shallow v-shaped wings. Especially when this thurbers going on you can see them. Spiraling up into the sky can be quite intense especially when you go three things. You try to photograph at the same time. The frenzy and activity moving swinging the camera right the mirror within the camera slapping up day a whole lot of noisome. It's difficult enough fraction of a second decide where my going to focus the shots and squeezing the trigger chested when you think the right..
"fen" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"In the northwest and in this episode. I'll be revisiting. One of my favorite episodes from the archives by can eighteen. I visited the ancient wetlands wickham fan. Brian counted the fence while own knees. Secluded bed heights and even managed to brush up on my photography skills just arrived at the visitor center here but we can fan. And i can already see that. This is a great place for walkers and outdoor enthusiast like me. There's a wide range of walk from here from woodland walks which is suitable for families. Right up to the nine. And a half kilometer octavia hill. Walk for those looking for something a little bit more serious americans the only thing on offer here you can go cycling or you can even explore the fence by boats. I'm going to be doing later on these even a campsite for those people who really wants to immerse themselves in this landscape. Now then we'll be starting our at venture out on the boardwalk so just steps out from the visitor center and i'm immediately transported to a new landscape which is totally different. The village nestle behind us. The first thing i would say on notices the noise. Beautiful sort through the reeds. It's always like being fucked by seattle. You can just hear it. I mean the landscape is is obviously very flop where we are here in any sangria. What he's really beautiful. I mean the actual movement through the res swain to and fry people kind over just big green things. The not the colas are amazing. Took to molested. They're very much a source of quite a agreed with these sorts. A feather tops on them almost like sort of ostrich feathers sticking out the top and then to my right. They're very much like grasses. So there's a beautiful golden yellow really right field of we told ball. I can't believe. I'm so close to busy city cambridge neely. The passer morgan on at the moment is a secular war. Goes out from the visitor center. This is a really good path for people with mobility issues or with pushchairs because he's going to be accessible all year round. Obviously we are walking in a fan and the wonderful thing about this boardwalk as you can do all they get any feet wet. Just come to the board would loads a little sort of easels. Try the size of the path with species on them so for people who were coming down the fan. If you're not a complete experts botanist or an expert naturalist you can point out and see some of the wonderful species at the hair. The wounds predominantly walking past at the moment or all about dragonflies now we can fend is renowned nationally internationally. Fritz dragonfly species. It has such a wide variety in some real rarities and dragonflies damsel flies. The also really renowned as well as its dragonflies for full to fly species it gets a wide variety of two flies and then on top of that there's also the bed species of warblers things look feeding and living amongst these reads the funny thing with fencer aley. Is that although you know. The species of this actually see then isn't always that easy and she's very similar to where i work in sun jeans quite often. You know that these species there but it's really up to you to go and actually find that they aren't gonna come to you and on a show but it makes it even more special when you actually do see them because you know it's that rare glimpse of something truly spectacular just coming to the end of this section of the boardwalk now and i can see in the distance wooden shed light structure. Which i think the hide. I'm going to be isabel sedgwick. Who's the biz to save manager here with the fans. High us about hi. I'm cates. Mckay nice height. I mean your hidden. That's the point of a high so in theory. The wildlife doesn't your hair but also for us. It gives us that little framed window and the old traditional type of hide had all the shutters. That were shocked so that when you went in a you would open your shot. Unders reveal at long thin slither of landscape which offend landscape works. Really well that long horizontal. It's a nice place heiress elizabeth sociability from water and then obviously the willows and the reads around and then they those babies in fact just over the bed. Field looks like earth would agree to a couple of inches because we're go finches. There's a couple of places where we have bird feeders into this height and outside the visitor's center otherwise the rest of the fan is kept is not trump's possible but obviously having a few brings in some birds so just as a as a starter hide. It's great and then you might sit in the height here and you might look across the water and yes there. Are things like more hands on. Coots which you see quite often but also this is a great spot to sit to keep an eye out for kingfisher's fingers crossed but they'll really shy birds. So yeah it's it's it's really lovely. People come se hallways with rocking kingfisher yes. I'm dick after these fantastic descriptions of the hides on really like to see another one. So can you show me another. Let's go for a walk. Just stepped off the board dow onto a grassy path which is not decked out anymore and he's just surrounded by read so what so. This is part of a summer trail. It's gross path with fenland vegetation that grows up alongside it so you can get that amazing. Enclosed failing base walk is is actually really different from near the walks. Done on these podcasts. This phone is of flat. Because it's fenland. It's quite an enclosed feelings here at this very high reeds on either side as we walked down here it's loosely. Sorta various walk down because it feels very private. I can imagine the even on busy days as you're walking down in these little soul to read tunnel the really feel that you've got it to yourself and also because maybe you are feeling a little bit more enclosed thing you really choon into the sounds around jay the wildlife here i am is probably a little bit more tricky to see because you are surrounded by the reads but it means that you usually is more. You really listen out. All the russell's in the in the reads the tweets of the birds and also you focused on on the path in front you. It's a really interesting different experience walking through here. What makes console specialist contrast between the large and small so it open landscape the massive skies and the sunsets to die for combined with those tiny tiny details all over there in the distance to quite so far the pale gold college. That's a couple of our connex and they're wonderful kind of suspense to the wild south though we've come to looks like a shed on stilts actually. I'm guessing this is one of the tower. Hides this is. This is imaginatively called the new.
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"Preplanned meeting. And you're sitting down on any conversations really request for that time in their attention so once you've started the conversation you've given them a good framing you've summarized your topic. Oskar them if they have the ability and the availability to help you right now because love that might a boss someone something that then the right person to answer they might send you in a different direction. So you take that advice. Go not direction. They may not have the ability of the availability. They might be on their way to the restroom. They might be on the way to another meeting. They might be on the way home once. You've asked someone for that time. Check if they have the ability unavailability to help you right then and they'll probably say yes but you'll give them a get out clause before dumb all the detail the information on the to do that. It's polite and people really appreciate you for all right before we wrap up. This will get you totally on the spot. I didn't tell you it was going to do this. Want come off the top of your head. Who's your favorite musician singer band. Whoever it might be. And why oh tome and barbara brown. They ought to folksingers from north devon. And they have spent so much of their life finding and cataloging and singing and bringing to life very old traditional folk music in england and the other in addition to just being wonderful people. What they have done is preserved some of history in a form of music which is actually coming back. There's a tiktok chap who serve bring back sea shanty so this may seem to be a resurgence in folk music off the top of my head. That's my answer is probably a dozen more but those are the names that came to came to might that is as opposed to the beatles. Stones adele whoever it may be. That's that's Taken at home as it were because you are from england right. I am effect for a while. Lived in the same village so they are Then near and dear to my heart as well but you did put me on the spot. They were literally the first. The first names that came to came to mind. So that's that's what i said. Thanks that's awesome all right so we can our listeners and viewers learn more about you the services you can provide to help them communicate more effectively and of course. Where can they get the first man..
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"That in was a waste of my time. I could be getting things done all these different things and i'm thinking when i hear that it's not meetings that's the problem. It's the lack of focus is the lack of reason or we have a meeting a team meeting every monday at nine whether we need to or not. That was the intention. I come back to. My engineering group. Says i like. I like a formula or a process. I want to know the steps. One of the challenges. I always found with communications training that i received. I had some great great training. Not knocking it but the that was a gap which was people say. The keith took a communication the key starting to know your point to be brief and be clear and concise. I that's excellent but those goals those are aspirational statements. None of those is a method. I can apply. I can't apply clear and concise to my community. That's right it's how do i say it's not a not a thing so i wanted the steps. I wanted to give me the step to fill in the blanks. Make it as simple as possible for me. Because i at the beginning of my career and probably still now i tend to run long on certain topics went on talking and i need a framework to help me stop and the the great thing about this is not only helped me then helped people on the desk next to me and my teams and other departments and it grew and grew into what is becoming new. What's the biggest change you've seen in someone you've worked with anyone you can think of off the copy. I know i'm putting you on the spot. But that's you all but a face popped into my head as soon as you ask. The question and the change was somebody who is a very capable project manager who needed to present to a senior leader of a challenging very challenging senior leader challenging for lots of good reasons.
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"Very very little and we spend all of that time on receive mode we receive information or we being tested or else answering very transaction questions where we have to get the answer right and that is on experience. And then we we launch out of education into a job and communicating Different at work as a different set of rules a different set of requirements. It's not social communication to this a lot that we could do through education to to move the needle to just make small changes to help people learn from the fundamentals of of communicating at work because it is different than communicating. socially in. it is a taught an a learned skill. now we're saying communication and quite often when we hear the word communication. We thought of the spoken word can use your method in other types of communication. You can yes. It is applicable in emails and invites meeting in. Mice is one of the my soapbox topics. And i was thought by saying if you ever send me a blank meeting invite you'll get a blank response so Doubt send bank meeting emails presentations particularly males in meetings all their the beginnings of compensation and the beginnings of communication and just like when we speak to people few receive a piece of of written. Would you need to know. The context the intent the key message and then a pretty good summary and good meaning short to the pretty good summary of what it's about so that you'll prepared to digest the rest of it and in the book i lance examples because people sometimes get a little they get quite specific and why put these these different items when writing an email to go in the subject line or in the body. It doesn't really match up there. Some suggestions laid out in the book in some examples. The point is the key pieces need to be that someone opens email. They need to know what's the topic. What do you want me to do with this. You just tell me a story or are you asking me to help you with something so absolutely works for emails and again it works for meetings and one of the on on the video will see me grinning..
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"For one hundred person company and you can scale about what precise organizations on top of that. There's all the other lost time and mistakes. Costly mistakes old simple mistakes but it all cost time and money or ends up with a bad customer experience because we haven't clearly understood what is being asked of us quite often with attorneys and law firms and law firm. Soon as you start speaking about training even they come to me i. It's always billable hours. I mean they live in dire billable hours billable hours and you start talking that way and let them do the math and suddenly they can see how many billable hours they're already burning that perhaps they can get a good chunk of those back. They absolutely can. It's you've raised the point that is it's a challenge for communications training. In general. i should start this with. I believe because it's not a fact. It's something that i believe in. The communication is listed as a soft skill. Yes and first of all. I think they're aspect of communication. That don't absolutely hawed skills. They can be taught they can be tested. They can be measured the communications. A whole isn't a soft skill but even if it is when somebody's consider a soft skill when thinking about training the money that they spend on training for communication tends to be telugu at leaders and we were talking about this prior to coming on the leaders or soon to be leaders. Get the money for communications training because he's important elite to communicate. Well i would counter that with. It's important for everyone to communicate well and we know this because every single job description includes communication skills in the top three or five spaces to communication is important. We say it's important and we provide very little training universally mary. Little training to the mass employees. It's preserved it's it's a very kobylt is very limited resource that his just for a few special people who are going to rise to the top and i think we if we change our thinking. Communications training will be able to just help improve efficiency in organizations generally. And that's no small thing. No it's not. I agree with you. And i know i'm biased. I know by biased. That yes yeah just virtually. Everybody should have communication training but it astounds me. How many people in higher positions say. Well we'll promote peter to this position now that position might require a great deal of communication internally Outside the company whatever it might be and they may not take that into consideration and just because you change my title on my business card on my door and everything else doesn't mean i suddenly have the communication ability and the skills needed. Because you that job is. I need to do. Absolutely i believe. It's because of lack of structured communication training through education and through graduate programs and through entry level. Jobs people rise up we spent fourteen years in education eighteen. If you get a degree more than that if you if you do any kind of post graduate study and in that time how much of that is really communications. Training for skills would.
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"That's not gonna work. I'm trying to think of an occasion where that hasn't happened and other other than perhaps friends who who may know this. There's always someone who challenges and the main challenge tends to be on the second of two models so we went into some depth on framing which is the first fifteen seconds of our conversation. The second technique is could destructed summary. And it's three. Paul way to summarize anything look and i say that hoping that someone will come back and challenge so that again i can go through the refining process. So far it's worked in every situation it's been thrown not as long as we're talking about work and the objection that i get i that works for me is would like this. Yes but my topic is too complex to be summarized and that is always the objection and his great when it comes up because it provides to work for example to go through and we take their topic and find ways to summarize. Now do you find. Most people are doing this on their own reading your book or getting help with this or are companies encouraging their employees. To do it. I i know the answer because i write in your book and i found it to be eye-opening how much time can be saved by using these methods communication time of going back and reiterating what you meant or getting false results are inaccurate results. Because someone didn't understand what you need and how much time this is. The question people want to know. 'cause it worth investing time to learn this to then safe time later on and a study was done by siemens the technology company and they they found a pretty extensive study the company of one hundred people over eight hundred hours a year on lost by people having to go back to validate what they've heard. And that's not an insignificant amount of time if you think of the hourly rate that you pay people in your company eight hundred hours. That's a pretty decent sized probe project. the wouldn't want to spend that money for no return and the the thing i found most interesting about that study is that only accounted for the time to go back and double check and make sure the communication was clear. It didn't account for the mistaken assumptions. The work that had to be redone because somebody misunderstood a message. It didn't account for the meetings that took an hour instead of fifteen minutes so on top of those eight hundred hours.
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"How many articles without reading the headline the answer is none. No one ever disregarded looking at the headline said you know what. I'll just read this article. I have no idea what it's about. I have no idea what i'll get out of it but i'll just read it. It's a great you've just. You've just described an absolutely fantastic analogy to then take it a step further and say imagine you start reading an article in paragraph seven. That's what it's like. When you start communicating and just into detail straightaway without any framing without any summary. That's just giving someone not gonna stop from paragraph seven and workout while this you know you put it in those contexts and people get it absolutely. I don't want one caveat because the question that comes up one of the questions that comes up most often as well you talk about the first minute and jumping into context. Intend to key message. What about the relationships either. Getting to know people there. I don't want to be very clear. The first minute in this context is when you start talking about the work topic absolutely begin your conversations with colleagues finding how they all pleasantries relationship-building talking about the weekend. The human side is critically important. And at no point to say you shouldn't do that but once you switch to the work topic that's when the first minute starts and that's where the communication changes from social into transactional communication is generally transactional. And that's why we can be so prescriptive on the pieces that are needed to help. Give a clear message. I was thinking when you were saying this. There's so many different industries so many different jobs. This work pretty much across the board or other places where it wouldn't work. It does work pretty much across the board. The one of the great things about the models in this book is they are about such a short period of time. The almost every conversation needs to begin with those things for it to make sense and again. I come back to the news examples. All news has that same structure to help set the scene. Get the information out that so you can engage with the story..
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"Next question it has to do with that first minute might my clients and i. We discuss it life the important stern of presentation whether it's on stage or in a business atmosphere the importance of that opening. I know you said about asking for first minute by in that first minute why is it more important than all the other minute you have. It's the foundation of the conversation. And i dress this from a presentations and other conversations is while. There's a slight difference in presentations. People think of ted talks will. You've gotta have hook enjoy your audience. Seeing those are very different from everyday work conversations or meetings or work presentations. The headstone is more entertaining and conveying an idea and it's more of a spectacle but even in those when you're up onstage in that first minute the audience needs to know why they've got to pay attention to you and you've got to be engaging you've got to have clarity because without those things you lose and a lot of public speaking courses will focus on that and it is very important but we seem to forget about it when we get to work or do the presentation in front of our team. Were talking to three or four colleagues which is still a form of public speaking but in that case the first minute is setting the foundation for getting people's focus to helping them to out everything else in the head letting them know what they need to do with the information you're about to give them and then giving them a summary of the whole story so much much listening to the news and they didn't give headline and a brief summary or do they just dove straight into the depth to the story. The audience would be whiplash. What we what is this story about. What warren minus into this. The first minute the first thirty seconds sets the foundation for the rest of the conversation. Even if it's only a three minute conversation so now that we know. Why can you give our listeners interviewers things they should do in that first minute the steps they should take absolutely yes. And there's i'm going to try very hard not to go down a rabbit hole. Because i did a bunch of such putting this together and the science behind it is very interesting so i will mention it. The be won't marry up to pull me up orbit. Hold on this all right. I'll do that so when we start talking. This is true in work on the stage talking to friends when we start talking to someone the topic. That's in our head is guaranteed not to be the topic. That's in your audience is head so the very first thing you need to do is let the person you're talking to know what you're going to talk about and in the model that's thought put in the book. It's the first. Fifteen seconds of a conversation is called freeman and you frame a conversation by providing context letting them.
"fen" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast
"Incredible every time you speak in public as a result you can increase your impact influence income. I'm peter george public. Speaking coach international speaker into author an everyday we're conversations should be clear concise and get to the point quickly. The problem is we don't always know how to do this. Because what does it mean to be concise. And how can you summarize a complex topic in just a few lines. My guest. Chris fanning has the answers to these and other questions listening. And you'll learn how to get great results by applying one technique to almost every discussion email presentation end interview. Hey chris it's a pleasure to have you here. Thanks for joining me. Thank you peter. Thank you for inviting me. I'm looking forward to learning more about how you can have more effective communication before we get into that. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and especially your book. The first minute absolutely. Yeah the i'm an engineer by training. And i say by training because i haven't been a practicing engineer for quite a few years and that poff led me into a sort of wanna be project manager. I fell into a project manager role then took a more measured poff through project. Management ended up being software delivery manager and rose up through the ranks to lead a pm. At the same time. I was competing in public. Speaking was very much joined toastmasters and seeing where that could push me and those two things the being in a a senior position in a pm. Oh and a project. Office and speaking to a lot of senior leaders clients coupled with doing more public speaking moved my desires and hound my abilities in public speaking and in communication at work i really enjoyed the connection between the two and one things that quickly became apparent to me was. There wasn't a lot of focus on how public speaking can help at work. Particularly the fundamentals of being clear being concise knowing how to summarize things and spent a number of years doing a lot of communication courses being on executive development programs. I never quite found the answer to my question. Which was how do you create great summary. And what is a surefire way to be clear and concise that the beginning of a conversation..
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"Hey listen. I'll take a couple of things that are pretty cool bitcoins. Three point two four percent joe. That's a good thing Look it's It's it's been pretty tasty guys. All man i'm stuck i'm stuck because it's the first same bitcoin in a longtime thoughts lou quite bullish It's coming out of that. Daily charles coming sorry. Daily trend is their modest. The elon musk. spike We got four hour traffic but beautiful. Simplicity fifty minute is my baby right. Now i'm haunting cradles hunt boosters. I am on the hunt the trends debt. And i've got what i need to do what i do. Where thirty six thousand. Six hundred and seventy six doubles up. As i said three point to her sentence point Theory him as well look. This was the one that i've been writing for quite some time and Stopped is a is a word that i throw around a bit but i am stuck because it did pop. As high allies it came throws talking about a guy made. Is it pops through to new all-time highs yesterday. It closed above northern onto concerned about that but it closed really strong ten percent up on the daiva. Carney took point four percent up from the day. On telling you right now two miles to the papers on the front of my face just above. My nose is looking really strong. It's a bloody with jot and fifteen hundred and fifty full right now and i just i. It just has the hallmarks of wanting to have a bit of iran Run indie so naturally those lower timeframes looking for that seclude city wedding from opportunity Exit pay while i'm not to Fen dangled about that roy nasa sideways up three percent. A thirty point five cents. But it's not something that's sort of Cutting the master there will be. No master should lose his life to exile pay for me. It's move on bitcoin. Cash up two point seven seven percent ford and forty three dollars and thirty cents coming off that three seven five raging of resistance doctors support. It looked good in the weekly. Take that much a real ripa Just beautiful bullish candle the weekly. I'm talking about. It's not closed yet. It's got a long time to go but it is the and it does indeed come from a very good spots in an alternative weekly as well as far as low as timeframes look at the solicitor. These there on the fifth day. The thing that i'm not overly enthused how i must say is The full hour could get Actually through that level it just it just looks funny it. It's really been dominated by the lower timeframes. So i really shouldn't say too much about it because it doesn't look bad at all to be honest yet. It looks on two point. Seven seven percent of the big dog of the dice fifa has been letitia. And i'm gonna say that. I mean lot coin obviously now in a daily uptrend yesterday closing up seven percent today carly seven point seven percent hundred and fifty three dollars and forty eight cents right now guy pushing up through a level of resistance all harmful to get a little breakout on morning around the break. One forty six thirty seven but a distant setup caught As well as i'd like. But i'm still looking for pullbacks into that level a really strong move here online looking very very good on the charts all the way to the way the whole market. This will change the hallmark of some of the big dogs in the market. Do certainly look as though They're ready for leg up and it is being shown to us by multi percentage moves Loving look of lot coin at the moment. So keep that in your watch.
Manny Anekal Breaks Down Why No One is Watching Venn
"We are going to be talking about vent and for people unfamiliar Fen is a new network started in part by Ariel horn. He's an experienced producer who is a leader in some of Riot games broadcasts including one that one of a sports Emmy for the 2017 League of Legends world's finals before that. He was a producer on Olympics broadcast for major networks like NBC, I believe where he also won some sports happens. So to say he's got who knows what he's doing. He left Riot to start vet and experimental new broadcast channel filled with original programming and it hasn't worked Manny recently published a newsletter titled why no one is watching a vet. And we're going to look at some of the reasons for the channels lack of success. And before we get into that conversation, I think it's important to say that we are traveling in this failure by any means so my friends and really good p.m. The industry are hosting shows over there, but the fact of the matter is your ship is not just bad. It's abysmal recording this on Tuesday December 15th, and you'll be hearing it on Friday riding. Guess not much has changed right now invents YouTube with fifteen thousand subscribers the video posted six hours ago has 42 views for two. That's it videos for the day before have eighty-eight and eighty-nine Views took me one events last 30 published videos from the last week and a half cracked 1,000 views in total. I pulled up twitch and they're alive with a rebroadcast. So it's not new life content. But only eighteen people are watching currently to be honest. My brother's friends get more being bad at Call of Duty. So so I guess that's the best place to start Manny. Can you summarize? Why does you think no one is watching found that you laid out in that newsletter. Yeah. I mean, you know, I mean think there's you know many reasons for that. You know, I think I'd also like to start off with you know, how you did in terms of, you know, we're not obviously, you know, reveling in failure and wishing. You know bad things other people in the industry. We all want to see you know gaming and he Sports content, you know, not only survive but actually Thrive, you know, so it is unfortunate when something comes along, you know, great promise and and doesn't deliver and you know, as I had laid out in the article in in newsletter is I think there's a couple of different areas that you can look at into why the production of been hasn't really succeeded you mentioned, you know, some of when you look at you know, they're Wednesday live show which broadcasts on Twitch and different Ott platform. Well, you know, the viewership is absolutely low, you know, I've checked multiple times since I've even posted that article and sometimes I don't see more than you know, a hundred people watching. So how is that really possible in today's day and age and also during a time of covid-19 Americans really consuming more content than there ever done before so I think you can break it down into a few different ways off. First and foremost is competition, you know again going back, you know me a decade ago, you obviously had things like G for TV and things that were kind of new relatives space but you know fast forward to 20 obviously with the explosion of gaming e Sports content starting about five years ago. Everyone in the mother is played the space. So you have you know, dedicated media channels specific to gaming any sports like a jinx TV and watch TV some of those are based in Europe as well and carried on satellite channels. So you have dedicated channels there. Then you have your traditional Sports media coverage. For example, like ESPN or the score bar stools obviously had a great year as well. You know, they have Barstool gaming Hooligans and you know, they're obviously playing the space then you obviously have your dedicated, you know, e Sports coverage like daily XR know and then all the TV networks as we talked about earlier this year such as you know Turner's had a lead for a while ESPN's had many many events on there as well as Disney and then what we saw with Fox Sports with NASCAR earlier this month You know, they had a really great job. So that's just from like a media perspective and then you then you're not talking talking about for example watching League of Legends world. You content operators like ESL all the numerous events that they put out and then finally furthermore even teams like hundred thieves or phase plan which do their own tournaments obvious released tons of content. So starting off that you're entering into a completely crowded market. So I think that was going to be very challenging to start off.
The Mont Vernon Murder
"As, hard as they were to here at times, we have sat through the interviews of four of the five individuals being interviewed four the murder of Kimberly cates. And now we have Steven spader who is left. Chris griddle gave us a good amount of information and he showed us what kind of heartless individual he actually is it's time for Steven spader did he tell the same story as griddle and nutshell? No instead spader through his childhood friend right under the bus the affidavit sums it up best quote spader told the police in substance that he did not commit the charge crimes that he did not know who did it that whoever did it should get the death penalty? He also stated that on October four he was at the Pheasant Lane Mall Nashua with Christopher Grill while he pawned jewelry. Presumably the jewelry taken from the Kate's home spader then lawyered up and refuses to talk to the authorities. This is confusing. As we saw these boys took pains to make sure that they were not caught. They wore gloves they got rid of their clothes. They clean the blood evidence up with bleach and other cleaning agents. But then they told everyone they knew about the murders. Here's what the affidavit says. The boys blab about two people. During the day on. Sunday. Spader told Jamie Holland's remember he was at Kyle. Fenton's house all about the murder quote because he trusted him. As we know they also told Fen all about it and his mom was the one who actually called the police. griddle said that they threatened elden spikes on Sunday remember that spikes was hanging out with the four them that Sunday and they all gone together to the pawnshop to sell some items stolen from the house.
"fen" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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The Way Forward For Kadena
"Is your guys strategy going forward now that you just got your token listed for the very first time I'm Beatrix Global. And what's what's the the campaign now to a community of developers around this amazing product that you've built? Well, our belief is we don't there. There was a playbook that we were trying out for a while that was going around a lot in two thousand eighteen about like you know that the community is everything and you gotta you gotTa have somebody like Vitale on the plane. You know two hundred and fifty days out of the air showing up at every conference imaginable and every Hack Ifan imaginable and. You know and you've got to set up in Asia Europe United States. And that's just critical. That's what you gotTa do and. What we found was that that is a bit of die think that was a bit of ICO. Fluffy you know that That wasn't what was really going on with various coins doing well or not doing well or going up and going down and really what makes a community happen is basically delivering. Technology to the users on time that works. And then putting it in their hands and then helping them use it. Did, of course, theorem launched quite a long time ago and they launched with. More or less the system that they have now. And therefore, people were able to start building with it, and that's really important and but we've seen the same thing where you know we we launched our blockchain and November without transfers. But with mining, we did the full launch January. which then enabled all the smart contracts, and since then we see more and more interest before then the main interest people had was in mining you know. and that started the mining rate started to pick up early on in that built our community. But that was a mining focus community that kind of growing discord. And now that the full platform is there and with some of the announcements we've made like know that we're integrating with chain link in some in some about some of our partners. People are finally starting to get the message about pack because the funny thing about smart contracts is that you know. It's it's hard to get people excited about language. It's hard to get people excited about a a nasty K-. But when developers actually get their hands on it, they start getting pretty excited because you know one of the we we have we have endless stories user stories now about people who? Take two months to get productive in solidity they get it they get a demo done in two weeks packed and they've never even seen it before and so people get excited about that kind of stuff because it's it's empowering to be able to make you know your pse or your your concept come to life on a blockchain with so little effort, and also because practice such a safe language know that it's going to be a pretty safe application right out the gate. You know we had a we had a really interesting thing recently with a blend. With their fen print company where they migrated an entire working demo off of a theory. I'm onto Kadena, and we're able to show it to their client in three weeks. and. It was a really slick demo to. So. They put out a really nice blog article about moving about migrating from the packed. So so we're really excited about that but also we're going to scale or blockchain. In July from ten chance to twenty change, this has never been done before. I mean, no one started a blockchain, a base layer blockchain before anyways. But this is very important for us to show that it's not just that it's sharded it's scalable sharded we can keep increasing the size of network. And you know that that's something that has interested everybody from developers to like the enterprise blockchain press. They pick that up on our last announcement so. So all it all with without in the listing. It's a really exciting time right now. Just because I think, people are finally starting to really have a glimpse of. What we're offering man, that is amazing
"fen" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio
"E. R Johnson had a long in an illustrious career underwater photography and also with the world of scuba diving. You may recall from the first two segments in this series fence started shallow water diving, using a Miller and done helmet I to untangle his yachts propeller and then to embark in underwater photography. After retiring at age twenty, eight from the victor. Talking, Machine Company accompanied at his father founded he started the Mechanical Improvements Company and that company designed and manufactured underwater cameras and photography equipment. In World War Two Johnson served in the navy and used his expertise in underwater photography. After World War Two. Lieutenant Commander Fend Johnson remained in the naval reserves and was instrumental in working with and documenting operations of the navy's underwater demolition, team. The visual evidence of the things the divers did with the underwater submarine underway probably Save the U. D. T. as a viable force of the future. But then Johnson wasn't done with underwater photography yet. I guess he was also bitten by the scuba diving bug like many of us. So he starts a company and calls it John. In Fan, John is a company that focuses on underwater photography equipment as well as a wide array of scuba equipment. Fan. John was based out of Ardmore Pennsylvania. Interestingly I grew up not very far from more in a little town called Phoenix film in the nineteen fifties and sixties. It's really a small world just twenty miles away. The address offend John Was Ninety Cricket Avenue Ardmore Pennsylvania so just for fun I went to Google, maps to see what it looked like today. It's a nondescript brick building with a lawyer's office in it. I wonder what would make of it today? In an undated catalog from Fan John. Deere is a picture of the company and the building looks pretty much the same way did today. It's a little bit of a mystery as to exactly when Fan Johnson started fan. John. In all the material should Mac and provided from the earliest date materials nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four. I also did some research on the Pennsylvania business entity site and the record show that Fen John Company Inc was established in nineteen, fifty seven and dissolved in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, nine. Not. Sure. Exactly. How accurate all that is, but there were two entries for fend. John. So little bit of a mystery there the nineteen fifty four catalogue is titled Fen John Underwater Photo and equipment company plus a nine hundred and fifty four advertisement in the May nineteen fifty four diver magazine also caused the company Fan John Underwater Photo and Equipment Company and the advertisement states that John is the largest and oldest underwater camera manufacturer in the world. That's a pretty bold statement. So I'm guessing, offend just kept evolving his original company the Mechanical Improvements Corporation into e R. Johnson laboratories and then into fend. John. That's just speculation on my part. So, what was John Offering in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four. Well the first item in the catalog is defend John Bantam Sixteen millimeter underwater motion picture camera. It claims to have been successfully used by two navies and states that it's the first camera that an amateur can use. Equipped with a bell how sixteen millimeter motion. Picture camera that holds fifty feet of film. and. It's weighing in at twenty one pounds in air for the hefty price of one, thousand, nine, hundred and ninety dollars. So I was curious. What would that be in two thousand and twenty dollars? So I went to the Internet and according to a website called dollar times one, thousand, nine, hundred and ninety dollars in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty four would equate to nineteen thousand and ten dollars today. That's an expensive camera. The nineteen fifty four John Catalog also had a still camera and that was just going into production at the time. It also had an underwater exposure meter and underwater Tripod. And a housing for the camera that Hans Haas used for his Red Sea trip. As, for dive gear, he has the Aqualung for hundred and sixty dollars. A diving US pressure gauges, fins, and Fan is also distributing Pirelli and bell. Aqua dive suits and even has a compressor in the cattle on. The catalog is just sixteen pages long. By thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, six, defend John Catalog while it's still being looked, it's still at sixteen pages is packed with a lot more equipment and it has part numbers now on all the equipment. The cover shows a diver. After of woman underwater, she's not diving. She just sitting in the sand smiling. And a credit the photo having been taken in Florida's silver springs. The featured items are the fend John Gog. Ler His underwater still camera. It looks like he perfected the nineteen fifty, four camera. The cast aluminum housing the camera could be opened and closed in five seconds and could hold up to fifty pictures. The price remained the same at six, hundred, seventy, five dollars. The Bantam was also featured, but it wasn't called the Bantam in this catalogue, but the description and the price were exactly the same. Another new item that Fen Johnson was offering was defend John Universal housing. It claimed that it would accommodate any thirty five millimeter camera for a cost of sixty five dollars. But it would not be ready until March. John is also distributing a whole bunch of other housings and has a wide array of accessories for underwater photography. When you look at the diving equipment, his featuring the Scott Hydro pack for two hundred and fifty dollars. But now is offering six different aqualung setups from thirty eight cubic foot tanks two doubles. Fan. John also carries three North Hill setups and to diverg configurations. There are spear guns, more diving suits, morphines, masks, snorkels, including the Medusa Double Snorkel, three compressors, and so much more. You could see growth over two years. Oh and he states prices in this catalogue in cloud delivery anywhere in the USA. Fen John Prime except you don't have to pay ninety nine dollars. The last catalog that's shared with me is undated, and by this time, the company is simply known as John Company and a catalog is titled Underwater Equipment. In the forward fen rights. On the following pages, there is.
"fen" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio
"Today I'm GONNA, continue my dialogue about a are more Johnson. This is part two of a three part series on one of the pioneers in underwater photography. To recap in part one, I talked about Fen, John's background how he got into underwater photography. The company he ran in the nineteen thirties and forties that produced underwater camera equipment. And the work did with the Navy during World War Two. WILL PICK UP HIS STORY POST world. War Two. And then Johnson is now a lieutenant commander in the naval reserves. I think it was in nineteen, forty eight when he was on his two weeks active duty down in Virginia that according to Commander Douglas Facebook. Lieutenant Commander Johnson wandered into his office just looking around. It was fortuitous for Fain in the navy's underwater, demolition. Team. You see with the war over the navy was contemplating getting rid of them and making them just a reconnaissance unit. To keep the name, you DT fain needed to take his team's underwater. To do this, they chose the Lambertson and fitness respiratory unit where L. A. Are you? I've discussed Christian Lambertson in a previous podcast. He's the guy who invented the term scuba. If you remember the L. A. Are you is a breeder using. Oh to making it safe to only about thirty feet. On a side note, it was interesting how they initially trained the UGITY divers. They essentially put the unit on them. And then tied a rope around them with weights. Unit was turned on and if they were okay, they were lowered over the side of the boat to the bottom at about fifteen feet. Then, if they didn't have any problems, they were hauled out and were duly qualified in the USA the unit. So now that the underwater demolition teams can actually go underwater, they start to do some really interesting stuff. particularly. With a small underwater submersible boat known as sleeping. Beauty. They also start doing some work with the submarine, the grouper. They're getting in and out of the escape trunks going in and out through the torpedo tubes and doing all kinds of crazy stuff on the submarine. Is Good Right. Well not really the navy doesn't really believe them and they want visual proof. So here comes Lieutenant Commander E R Johnson. He again offers his services and all of his underwater photography gear to support the project of filming the underwater demolition. Teams in action. The project will be conducted in Saint Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. That's not too bad of an assignment. And they head down, there were sleeping beauty and all. Actually Dr Lambertson is also part of the team. Not only not only are they using his lungs he is also the pilot and instructor of the sleeping beauty. First things first however. Fan, Johnson needed to get qualified on using the L. A. Are you he makes three dives not sure if he underwent the same rigorous qualification course that those I you d t guys did. But Hey, doc Lamberton is there any invented the darn thing? Because they didn't want to muck up the bottom Johnson has a tower built on the seafloor. And he's going to use that to get shots of the sleeping beauty. Well on his fourth dive while setting up for the shot of sleeping beauty underwater something goes wrong. Fan is having difficulty breathing. He's not sure what's going on but just before losing consciousness, he aborts the dive and has to be hauled out onto the boat. It turns out that there was a problem with the rig. A used charge of Barra lime and carbon dioxide was bob wasn't being scrubbed. He was from carbon dioxide poisoning. With the mystery solved, he's back diving the next day. Now, they're going to start doing some work with the submarine quarterback back and they don't really want to waste any of the opportunity to get the shots right. You also need to remember that they're shooting film and they are only holding about a minute or two film in the camera. So he moves part of his underwater tower and they place it on the submarine. His job now is to film fain getting into the submarine through the RPO tubes. That's an interesting evolution in and of itself can you imagine cramming yourself into a twenty one inch round pitch black? Tube hammering to the guys inside that, you're ready to get out as they push to compress gas in into drain the water. Wow. So they film that, and now there things get really interesting. They're going to try to film the sleeping beauty landing and taking off from the submerged submarine underway. And they have to have the guys go in and out of the submarine Escape Hatch Fen recounts this exercise in the Book Make It. Warriors. The submarine is about fifty feet deep and going about two knots. Fain and Johnson are going to be the cameraman with DOC lamberton piloting the sleeping beauty I. Guess He's the most experienced guy. The to Cameron Artis exit the submarine while underway and take their positions. So here's Fan. Johnson. With maybe eight to ten dives exiting submarine underway. He described how he had to position himself with his back against the ladder how the chop from fifty feet slamming the oxygen bottle against his chest and how he was experimenting with turning his head back and forth to see what effect it would have on his mask. They run the exercise and DOC lambertson manages to land sleeping beauty on the submarine and get out. He almost loses his mask climbs back into the midget submarine and takes off again. Now. The submarine surfaces with Fen. Johnson and Commander Fain at their posts on the deck of the submarine. This is all documented in the film and pictures again. I WANNA thank Sid. Mac and from the historical Diving Society for sharing both short movie and then shots of the operation. They continue to do some more underwater photography work. Turns out that the UT UT divers weren't particularly fond of night dives because of the Sharks Barracuda they saw during the day in the harbor. So feign in Johnson decided to a night dive and take some underwater shots of the subs propeller. Fen describes how he didn't see a shark, but he was a little frightened by a rather large Jew fish that was hanging around. Fen Johnson wraps up his work with fain in the underwater demolition team with more submarine tests. I. Guess they wanted to get as much time in his they could and recounts that one by one the divers start to suffer from oxygen toxicity. He even talks about the sub having to speed up about six knots at one point with the divers hanging on. So with Lieutenant Commander Finnemore Johnson's contribution to filming these underwater. The navy now has the visual proof that these divers can operate independently and handle unique missions. Imitation of the Lambertson.
Write Your Own Job Description
"Everyone, the show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches, the skin is still working from home for the time being because of covid Ninety Today Teresa. Carlson joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is one of the most women in tech as the vice president of the worldwide public sector at Amazon web services. She has tens of thousands. Thousands of clients, the world including government agencies, educational institutions and non profits sounds like a very you know low pressure job to reset. Thank you for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the couch. Thank you Danielle and carly. Thank you for having me. We're thrilled to have you, so we're going to band with asking you our our favorite questions. Skim your resume for us. Well I had been at Amazon web services now for a little over ten years, and prior to that I was at Microsoft for the lesson ten years, where I ran the US federal government business and helps set strategy there prior to that I was a little tech company that my first career I was a speech language pathologist, so I made a completely different career change in my lifetime which has. Has Been a lot of fun, so I've gone from healthcare to tech in now in tech and my world today I get to work with a lot of healthcare organizations, which for me has been I can combine my original degree in college with my new passion and technology. So what is something that we wouldn't know about you? That's not on your linked in or your formal professional bio well. My maiden name is hatfill. It's kind of a famous feuding family from West Virginia and Kentucky, so I am originally frank decky. It's a beautiful blue grass state and I lived there until I was twenty three, and then from there I moved over to Germany as a speech and language pathologist, working for the Department of Defense in Nuremberg Germany, so a lot of people don't know that because that was left off my resume. It's a long time ago it. It feels like it was a fen part of my career when I look back. Because I got to work with children up to five years of age with the military, he were away from home and needed support help with their children who has has developmental disabilities. So that was a lot of fun for me. It was a it was a really nice time. It was my first adventure of living overseas and learning about a totally culture as well. Let's start there. You have mentioned you were a speech pathologist. It didn't make switched attack for a number of years. You were also among when you made that. Switch out. What prompted the change? And how did you think through it? I would like to say. Danielle there was a lot of thinking to it, but actually I had been in I've been working in the field of speech and language pathology for a company called no, the care. Corporation that when perspective payment changed in healthcare, which meant. Meant, basically they went to a managed care model. The therapy world rehabilitation world changed a lot of how you could treat patients and the business literally almost imploded overnight. It was an amazing wonderful business. We had Rehab hospitals and Rehab Clinics and we did sports therapy as well, but our main business was in geriatric care in the business, just imploded and win that change. The business changed so match that I. Just I woke up one day and I said I. Don't know what I'm GonNa do. You know healthcare is just I feel at the time it was like groundhog day like nothing was changing, and I just didn't feel. My career was going to go in the direction and I just said I'M GONNA make a change I. Don't know what I'm. GonNa do and I kind of took stock in my resume, which was not bad I had not only been a direct therapist, but I had managed people I had I had managed facilities on a regional basis and I'd help start kind of. Of A new business model so I, said I'm going to take these skills and figure something out, but I ended up getting hired by I was living in Maryland and get ended up getting hired by Tech Company in New Hampshire. Call Ky-ko Corporation so I fly every week and work. I flew back and forth, and it was a workflow and document management company, a Tech Company that and I told the CEO. When he hired me. I said you know I'm a paper pusher, not a paper automated. But this idea of workflow docket management change my world, because all of a sudden is all the intersection of a problem, a business problem emission problem in that technology could be a catalyst to drive change in that
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Victoria's Secret and the war for the fashion industry
"Catherine Sing is an assistant editor editor at Flare Katherine. Hi How are you. I'm doing really well. There's no Victoria's secret fashion show this year. Air is not for the first time in twenty three years. There's since nineteen ninety-five. There's no show for people who don't follow fashion or don't care what was the Victoria's a secret fashion show. And why was it so big. So the Victoria's secret. Fashion show was an annual fashion show. Put on by Victoria secret. which is a lingerie and lounge wear brands and lounge wear brand for years anyway for years? Yeah it really was and I think that's kind of what made the fashion show such a big thing every year so it was started out in nineteen ninety five and the first show was just in New York City and in the time since it's really gone on global so at two thousand seventeen. They did a show in Shanghai and it really became so it started out as a runway. Show that we're showing off you know bras underwear Rove's Rove's things like that. I'm really just took off. And it became kind of like an institution I think it was something that we're talking about earlier. You know how people even if you're not interested in fashion. You knew what Victoria's secret fashion show was. I know for models. It was a really big thing. They made a big deal l.. Every year to show the casting process and a lot of models who I think. Now people know by namely gee-gee Hadeed really got their start with Victoria secret fashion show so it was a really big thing for them and another thing is it's a big show for performers musicians. Yeah so you know like Taylor. Swift performed Riano performed a few years ago. And it's kind of seems to be this big deal or something that I don't WanNa say cements you in the music industry but it's kind of like a good sign if you're invited to perform the Victoria's secret fashion show and now that's all gone. Why did it go way if it was so successful in such an institution? Yeah Yeah So. That's the big question so according to the CFO so they made the announcement last week and he said really the reason they cancelled. It is because they're looking to you expand their branding and how they kind of communicate their brand to their consumers. That was the official statement. However I mean I'm not big into numbers but you know fortune and Forbes are and according to them Since two thousand sixteen the brand has really been declining in sales. Pretty look pretty steadily. So people aren't buying into Victoria secret or at least not buying their products as much as they used to. which that when you think about that makes sense than that? Maybe they would next something that costs so much money Like the fashion show. Will you work in the beauty and fashion industry. I mean flare is devoted to that area. what's happened to Victoria Secret Kind of in terms of their perception inside that industry over the last few years. Yeah I think like you said earlier they really we are or were. Maybe the laundry lounge wear brand for so so long but over the past few years it's really become a parent that you know. They started out. I think it was forty years ago and it really seems like as everyone. Maybe their consumers progressing in their values or you know what they want from their underwear. Brands of Victoria's secret is very firmly. Still where they were forty years ago. So we're is that describe. Yeah so I mean speaking to the if you want to talk about the fashion show specifically They've had a lot of criticism over the last few years About cultural troll appropriation on the runway. So a few years ago at the Victoria secret fashion show. They had an entire section because the show is kind of split up into sections so they have an entire a section where the models were wearing like indigenous headdresses. You know which a Lotta people do at music festivals as well which we also know is problematic so there is cultural appropriation going on again. There's not super inclusive sizing. So Victoria secret for so long has kind of been moving indicator they set the the bar for what at least they think of very narrow idea of beauty is And that's what you see on their runways and that's what you see in their campaigns and and you know they've been doing that for so long but in the interim other brands have come in that have models who are more the body size that you would see on normal woman or sorry. I don't WanNa say normal woman. Their choice secret models are normal women but it's just more inclusive you see all sorts of body sizes and all sorts of bodies in their campaigns pains and on their runways. So those were kind of two of the big things and then as well in twenty eighteen there Marketing brand officer for Victoria secret. Meet some pretty controversial comments about the brand and about who they choose to. You know be in their campaigns on their runway runway and specifically he made comments about you know plus size bodies and transgender people as well saying that in general audiences just aren't interested in seeing women who are over a size eight which like further record is like very normal body size like that is not plus sized by any means So they're not interested in seeing those women on a runway and also that they don't CASS transgender people because the show is supposed to be quote unquote like forty five minutes. A forty five minute fantasy which you know has like quite horrible implications in that so those are kind of some of the ideals that I think you know. Their brand officer said it pretty blatantly but I think consumers for a while before he even said that were kind of like getting the gist of what they're putting out. How is the industry? History is a whole changing. Then you mentioned other brands aren't doing things this way. And are they having success. How so yeah so? I think you can't talk about now. You can't talk. Victoria's secret it without talking about Riana And Riana for those aren't aware which everyone should be able to give us back story though just in case we are paying attention to re on his entry three into fashion. Yeah so Rana is started out as a musician. She's still very much a musician but very multifaceted so she has made her foray into fashion Few years ago she launched her own Laundry Lounge. Where brand called savage by fen T- And right off the bat. It was much much more size inclusive She had a range of bodies like on the runway in her campaigns both in size and color and her first fashion show. Does she had model Slick Woods who was pregnant like very heavily pregnant. She literally went into Labor after the fashion show so she was. But that's it's not something that you would see on a runway like let alone. A Victoria's secret runway so she's been just right off. The Bat has made sure that something that's happening for her brand and another brand. If you're talking about you know Victoria secret being around for a really long time another brand. That's been around for a few years as airy which is a With off Center it's included with American Eagle in. That's their lingerie brand or their underwear brand and they've done a small revamp themselves in their marketing marketing and their campaign so they started to include again more diverse bodies twenty eighteen campaign. They had women who were in wheelchairs. They had a woman who had a colostomy colostomy bag in the photos. And they've also done things like that. Go beyond you know just putting out images of women who are diverse or body positive out of images they've also In two thousand eighteen partnered with the National Eating Disorders Association. I'm in the United States specifically so and they had initiative going on where they were speaking with their employees in stores About how to create a body positive and non judgmental environment within the stores which is really cool and another thing they do is. They've promised to not photoshop. Their images anymore. See this is so fascinating to me and why I wanted to talk to you is because we talk all the time about various industries changing On the show but fashion seems to be changing so quickly and in such a a strange new direction that I'm not not saying it's bad. It seems really good but it also seems like it's been so dramatic. When did that start like what propelled WPRO this? Yeah I I don't know if we can pinpoint it one specific thing. I think that again Dan. 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Ban of "thin blue line" flag in Maryland sparks uproar
"Morning to you have you ever seen the typically black and white American flag with one single color line replacing one of the white lines it's a blue line it's a blue line and this it does this for for often as the thin blue line flag or thin blue line American flag and is meant to symbolize the police officers who serve as that seen blue line between order and chaos right so we have our police departments to rely on across the country are public servants who are helping to keep us safe keep the peace and do you have to do a job that imperils them potentially on any given day as we see far too many headlines of cops who were killed in the line of duty just doing routine things routine stops and all of a sudden losing their life in the process so there are people who honor them by of course flying the flag that Finn blueline flag they want to support them and in fact there was a nation wide woodworking effort to support the cops that was supposed to be on national first responders day which is October twenty eighth since come and gone so there was a call from a craftsman in Chicago to produce these thin blue line flags out of wood to deliver them to cops in every state all right here in Montgomery County Maryland there was a local one worker who answered the call his name is James Shelton and last week Monday that Germantown resident James Shelton and his son forest built they had built an American flag of what an American flag two of them actually one they put this blue line on and they brought it to the fifth district police station in Germantown W. jail as Kevin Lewis reports on this Kevin will be joining us this morning by the way eight thirty five to talk about this story they bring it to the cops they also bring one to the fire department is gonna thin red line on that one that's a fire station thirty one that's along d'armes town road in north Potomac so the cops are proud of it on Monday they get in by Wednesday they've posted a photo on social media Facebook and Twitter that show Shelton his son far as and I and three police officers all standing in front of the flag opposing they got a great photo and in fact the items the photo says on social media that they want to thank James Shelton who presented Montgomery County fifth district officers with a wooden American flag that he made and recognition of national first responders day they're proud of it they said the flag will be displayed in the fifth district station I gonna hang this line well that's when all the trouble started not long after people on social media started getting very upset about it upset about it somebody posting on Twitter that say blue lives matter flag they said it's racist and dangerous take it down now racist and dangerous to say the boy watch matter no disrespect to the citizens who were trying to show appreciation for their local police writes one social media user Monica Goldberg but boy lives matter is a racist response to black lives matter does not belong in a county facility take it down and the messages continue from there which leads us to our esteemed local leader mark outrage Montgomery County executive who constantly finds himself on the wrong end of important decisions and in this case he's done it yet again mark L. rich the Montgomery County executive said this on Friday evening quote the flag provides a symbol of support to some but it is a symbol of dismissive next to others because it is divisive the flag will not be posted at the fifth district nor any public space within the police department under my administration we are committed to improving police relations with the community and will immediately address any action that stands against our mission mark our actual weighing in saying remove it the bull fen blueline flag needs to go what's your message to mark hours this morning eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero W. I. L. L. first will he says is then it will he will immediately address any actually stands against our mission what your mission which mission is this against that's my first question but you keep calling it the thin blue line flag that is it is even in the thin blue line shop they call it the blue lives matter flag okay and so I think that's the problem people have with that that it should black lives matter started it should be anything that is not black lives matter if you say all lives matter if you say blue lives matter anything along those lines you you are your appropriating they're saying you're somehow diminishing black lives that's how they see it and and the the thing about this too is does she look like this is this is this is ray says to does not belong in a county facility take it down this is why I'm afraid to call the police and emergency because I'm afraid you'll hurt black people in my neighborhood the left is done a phenomenal job in again making making victims of people because they bestow victim hood on your so they have made anyone who is African American anyone with black skin is is a victim why because you are immediately on on the wrong side of the law number one they just assume that number one number two they assume that anyone wearing a uniform is an oppressor and therefore by you being black you are a victim automatically and so that has been so deeply ingrained that we have a very anti cop culture right now and this is happening all I think in the last ten years but but it is part of the left's quest to places all in groups and to divide because if you can get law enforcement fighting against on African Americans or African Americans fighting against black oppressor and oppressed you know and victim if you can make all white people Vic oppressors and anyone of color a victim you've done your job if you can put you know all Muslims are oppressed an and Christians are oppressors it all of those things have and have nots that's what they do because of your fighting each other you're not paying attention with the government is doing you're not paying attention what they're doing and ultimately they fly to the rescue and say all health care you can't afford to go to the doctor will fix that and they fix it so poorly they know that you're going to say this is terrible please fix it again for us we ask the government to fix the problems that they have purposely created and that's what's happening here that's what that's how I see this I see this as a presser verses victim that have been created by the last and that's why you can't have this because it offends somebody and now if witnesses before they do offend you too bad you're intolerant right well and of course that that oppressor victim arrangement will be artificially continued yes until powers obtained and exactly so so yet to to basically make flat assumptions that black people don't care about the lives of cops that's the position the mark our just taking I am and I don't think anybody I mean don't don't don't we all agree that we do need policing is not a sin shouldn't that just be a basic agreement but apparently it's not there's some division and because black lives matter and blue lives matter those things are not mutually exclusive those things can be true at the same time and they are this goes back to when people were saying don't say all lives matter it's offensive what it should be true it should be true yeah it's a matter of debate you're just a racist and involve and as I don't have time to address all these girls attacks but you talked about the relationship between cops in the community the the Obama presidency why this show active in destroying that relationship right destroying it because far too often when given the opportunity president Obama which side against the cops before the facts were even in how often did we see that we see it we thought constantly it's that damn real estate story was the most obvious one the professor were you at the end of having a beer summit and a bomb and knew he screwed up he was trying to fix it but he had sided against the cops and he kept doing that so that became an accelerated problem under his administration now what's your message to Montgomery County as they ban a friend blueline flag or if you want to call blue lives matter whatever you wanna call it they've banned this flag from appearing in that station despite of local would work on his young son making it for those
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"On eight forty WHAS good luck it's welcome back not too long after we just did Terry writer show don't say welcome back we never left all that you're right you're exactly right I apologize I'm sorry we got what we know you're not normal rate stop it yeah you know we join fen fen are you doing buddy I'm doing very well Haley thought I sent a nice text to her earlier today I got a real kick out of that I was I was the look on your face we were talking because unitary show we didn't know if I should come in a little help you there right and you had texted me saying come in whenever I love being with you you inspire me so when I saw you in person I stared at you for a solid thirty seconds and I asked Tony are you feeling okay why is this image white don't get those tax from Tony no right and I don't fan and all of a sudden he starts rubbing his yeah I was being sarcastic can I use to you we're never to each other emoji send a gift there are so many ways of doing that you would get the sarcasm you inspire me well instead I got angry if you don't use them in your place was her soul I'm like I was worried like thank you know you were a thank you for that tax kind of face and then I was like why are you looking to realize and I was like oh yeah you can express sarcasm in a tweet or attacks has happened please stay with his a give you well Hey I just want to you know you inspire me I know that's a joke okay you can hear the start see this you can hear it we cannot broadcast the things that I stated to wipe that Dwight says to me that I say to Haley and Haley says back to me that it's really really mean stuff for the most part yeah and an extraordinarily inappropriate yes it but you don't do that with Jodie you're nice to Jodie yeah because Jody is Joe's my bay for a you guys are just like the annoying old brothers like the brothers from the first marriage that they had like fifty years yeah but that is us all right I have a suggestion for you and I want you to know I want you to don't react until I finished okay I don't react because I want you to jump in okay but because I want to know if you're upset by this lady's decision or you're like oh hell yes the are you two women against women right now does nothing better than women women crime okay Katrina Holt she left her job last September and she decided to live the right to work Tony okay I told you hold your up yeah okay hold your opinion until possible all right she decided to live her life like it was the nineteen fifties housewife she spends her days taking care of her husband Lars and keeping up with the house Lars the best part of the store I was just going to stop I know it's like large along ours right and not a cool Lars like Metallica all right so keeping up with the houses of the house which is decorated in nineteen fifties the Cold War and she dresses like it's nineteen fifties she goes all out with the dress the pearls she goes with the hair and make up every single day quote I feel like I'm living how I've always wanted to it's my dream life and my husband shares my vision I do a ton of dishes laundry and ironing but I love it and it's helping take care of my husband and that makes me really happy now can I answer yes you can no woman should be doing all that for a man named Lars yeah okay one of his name is Johnny fine here's the thing if she wants to do that that is absolutely her choice she is deciding she wants to do that that's good for her I'm fully supported it's totally different than the actual nineteen fifties what if a woman wanted to get a job all the men smoking their cigars with their whiskey is at noon would be like hi Damon yes Sally go back to the salon I don't know I don't know what they said but this is great it's like mad men in real yes and I'm sure that that kind of resurgence of via the pop culture from the fifties is making her wanted so basically she's a real life Mrs cleaver yes that's exactly what she is now my mom was a stay home mom has an end was not anything like Mrs cleaver not even close your mom a stay home mom my mom stay home yes fan for the most part okay yes all right here's my thing I am Americans can't decide on anything when I was growing up there was this under current that if a what if a mom went to work they judged her like the band ending her kid that's exactly right yep yep yep and in everyone went that's ridiculous white women should achieve what they want to which even if they have dreams do this and they can do both I can have kids and a career hello you know it's hard but yes you can do it and then now it's flipped it's like if you want to stay home and take care of the kids to be the housewife date other women judge you for doing that absolutely sellout well because now it's the race now that women have some we get some whatever the word is law satisfaction right out of going to work yes so now it's like well if I can make more than my husband I'm going to do it yes well if you're staying at home with your kids wome well there's a lot of households with that's that despair G. is the the the women make more than the guy right I can make more than are not by much okay but also work you know we make about seventeen cents an hour some of the set well yeah but I'm that was by design for my part when I met Jackie I was not married I did not I was purposely not looking for a woman that wanted to stay home and wanted to kind of do all that I was looking for someone that wanted to hard work I want I I got you a warning which was somebody kind of mean that was aggressive that was going out like I pictured if you're if you're gonna get a knife fight who do you want with you I didn't want somebody just gonna go you gotta take care of this I want somebody going come on out I'll stem in Ligue statement that at that point in time you were getting into actual knife fight so how exactly right side yes she would definitely kick somebody in the face so I I looked and looked for it I look for that specifically like Jackie will tell you how I lit up when I said what do you mean you have a corporate job should a corporate job for K. 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C. over here the White House and she was like twenty four twenty three and I was like wait because I'd been dating waitresses and your whole what ever we were twenty four something right there she would like she is and she's like me all that woman I work for Casey corporate now is like she said that I lit up I was like really one single tier one tier falls down my face yes but if you choose to do that I'm all for that too absolutely yes stay home here's the thing allies that's too if you have multiple kids that's a tougher job than you know six it's exhausting the thought of having one child that cries sometimes makes me want to die well and people don't realize a lot of those single moms end up alcohol licks because about two o'clock in the morning my god are you kidding at two o'clock in the afternoon it's like is dragon right it's nap time I've read some very interesting scholarly articles about that one o'clock mass zero mommies filled with wine and now there's this whole resurgence of alcoholic yes that's exactly right that's being supported in this yes one o'clock somewhere will write and you go to these places now where their kid friendly and they you know they you have to stand the kids hands so you know you could cut him loose in these places and they serve alcohol there there's a bar in there so the parents can get drunk what your kids running around crazy let's go to JB you're all what Tony and Haley go ahead but I want to talk to both of you because the town where you're around my age of fifty five daily your twenty something six twenty six okay so I'm retired from the state had paid a day I did a lot of time in its corporate corrections finish up the souls service collision but one of the video regulars prison guard but I'm also work for free looming couple other files Tony you know this I've gone through all the sheet and talk with your friends are going through all these changes starred in the eighties workplace everything for mountain minorities to eighty eight a favorite medical Lee right they are saying yeah well yeah right what are your Billy Haley none of these things that help okay what do you say that why well okay right now everything is arguably I'm not saying anything out I think these are good things but I'm a white male and I'm staying alive midmarket heavy his offense I like either now she's gonna have baby well we'll see she's gonna have you gonna have to be a coach he's going to play football the Catholic system this is already this is only one stories written Americans have been so I go to work now in the world Jane years and different notes right now my boss was twenty three years old wow air Max Largo I don't know anything yeah now that this respect for your elders next spec for somebody that has wisdom and experience well that's Dave made a mistake putting somebody twenty three in charge of what you all do because obviously a twenty three year old doesn't have the key I'm sorry it's too young to put in thank you JB are a priest is all right out of college yeah well that's that's true zero X. well eight eight we have a great boss a brilliant balls a guy of the man that have guided the station to new heights his name is Josh Everitt while someone could say someone's in the little kids little boating Josh Everett was our intern years ago named Josh Josh knob you're right Joshua ever Josh was our intern eight years ago his name is in turn came was welfare with the I love every time I know is that is there was well for this we called for even those names Josh I just call it welfare and when he when they said look we want you Terry minors to meet the new boss before anybody else meets them so we can have this conversation Argo okay cool so tearing are sitting in the big a fridge room waiting right well with a new guy and then the door opens up and we see of welfare coming through the door and he's gone Hey fellows and I'm like Hey what are you doing here and that was it and there's no way in my head I went alone way I was like but I was excited and even that young no you know all these young yes multiple sets of twins yeah but they are like toddlers their baby babies the two of her babies up so he but I was excited because I loved someone young and saying they're taking over a forty WHAS which is the most legendary radio station in this market it's not even close WHAS is almost a hundred years old we have two years to go to be a hundred years old has been the most significant radio station in this market it's not even close and he there some every couple of decades they need somebody to come in that's in their early thirties yeah there are fresh and say we're reinventing it part of that was putting the Tony Dwight Haley Hanson show on the yeah you're welcome for making you look good Josh well short break come back after this on newsradio eight forty WHAS from the Campbellsville university level traffic.
A Butterfly On The Brink Of Extinction
"Hey, don. Have you ever heard of Mitchell Seder? It's a medium sized. Butterfly with a rich Brown color, and distinctive, orange ringed circular ice bots on its wings. It sounds like a pretty butterfly. Where can I see one Yale a live in type of wetlands called a fan that receives groundwater rich and carbonates from seeps and springs, fend support, lots of wildflowers, whose nectar is food for butterflies the lime green Caterpillar, spent a whole summer eating in growing, and then hibernates through the winter, the next spring, it makes a Christmas and emerges as a butterfly the adults made the females lay eggs and then they die in about two weeks. The butterfly used to be found in Indiana across several neighboring states, including in Michigan and all the way over in New Jersey. And some mid Atlantic states what you mean used to be, unfortunately, Mitchell Seder is an endangered species on the brink of. Extinction, and is one of the world's rarest butterflies in recent decades. There have been only a few sightings in Indiana and Michigan, Mr. Berg, what's the cause of the decline, the biggest causes destruction of its habitat by humans? The fen wetlands, it depends on been drained, and filled for urban and agricultural, development or contaminated by pesticides fertilizer and nutrient runoff from agriculture there. So few of the butterflies left, that even butterfly collectors are threat to them is being done to help this butterfly the United States, fish and Wildlife Services, working to protect its remaining habitat and researchers are working to better understand how to preserve it. There's moment of science come from Indiana University with production support from the office of the provost. There are thousands. More moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra darn Dong.
Recovering From the Fear of Water
"On how I got into scuba diving how Jonathan I got into scuba diving and really the fears of water to fears of swimming pools, even that I had what I was a little bit younger and into young adulthood, actually that kind of provided some challenges for me up until go into curse out back in twenty twelve for a little bit of adventure under see so. Yes, it's definitely. Been a challenge of source to have gotten into the water in it goes back to when I was in high school, and I was going into the ocean at night, and I felt something bump up against my leg. And in that sense, trivial today, of course, I laugh about it. I think is kind of funny, and but at the time I thought it was an animal of some kind of think it could be a rocket, and they could be anything that was non living. So of course, I put it into the most dramatic tents possible at the time, and I stayed in the ocean and really out of any water. I couldn't see clearly through from above. And and that's very rare. You can see clearly through to autumn from any waterway. I don't care how blue to water is clear to water is etc. Is very difficult. But it kind of took a toll on me over time. After that point where I really did. You wanna go into swimming pools. It wasn't that. I was scared to something in there. But it was kind of that fear of. Maybe it was current. Maybe it was you know, any anything around those lines along those lines. So yeah, I mean, my point here is that if you're scared of going in the ocean, or if you have any kind of fear water, you know, kind of think about this, and and maybe open open up the mind of sorts to be able to consider doing this. Because it is a great thing. And one thing that I hope to do into futures. You know, get more people that are experts scuba diving. I'm certainly not an expert by any means with scuba diving get them on this episode are on this podcast, rather and be able to talk through it. And maybe on the where those who are a little bit apprehensive about getting into this wonderful amazing field of scuba diving where it just opens up semi world's t-. They could definitely work would me, and and talk maybe talk you into it. So how did I get back into the water really fast forward from nineteen ninety? Six or so to about twenty ten wave or not and twenty ten we had a trip down to Costa Rica, and the idea was to do some snorkeling uh part of the trip an amazing trip of all Costa Rica's a beautiful country. It's curve south not your Cup of tea for whatever reason than Costa Rica's got so much going on that from you know, from coast to coast from Caribbean Pacific through that volcanoes in through all kinds of cloud forest rainforest and everything, but one of our excursions on this adventure was to do some snorkeling and feet sufficient that seemed exciting so we get into the boat wondering what in the world's going on. I hear that water is very murky. See, and I was expecting Clearwater and in. It was certainly not what had happened Mr. been earthquake. I guess the dare to before probably the day before. We're not connected to the music, anything insolvent Spanish. So we really didn't have a clue what was going on. But we were told there was an earthquake off the coast around that time. So that certainly murky the water, but I got in you couldn't really see anything. I mean that was kinda fun part was not really I'm being very facetious. There wasn't fun at all, you know, not able to see anything. So we just kinda got back into boat. But before we did that the the boat guide through some crumbs watering fish coming up. You can't see them. So they get to the top. And it's kind of scary. They're not fun at all. But I felt weirdly safe fen kinda strange going from extreme of not wanting to get into the ocean at all to getting in there this time. So certainly did that and how to get time. So you go couple years from there and that was diverse tripped occur Sal in. That was when the water was clear water was great. You could see some of the corals below and so forth. And so we've decided that. We were going to do some snorkeling there as well. And you know, snorkel you can certainly
Recovering From the Fear of Water
"Been a challenge of source to have gotten into the water in it goes back to when I was in high school, and I was going into the ocean at night, and I felt something bump up against my leg. And in that sense, trivial today, of course, I laugh about it. I think is kind of funny, and but at the time I thought it was an animal of some kind of think it could be a rocket, and they could be anything that was non living. So of course, I put it into the most dramatic tents possible at the time, and I stayed in the ocean and really out of any water. I couldn't see clearly through from above. And and that's very rare. You can see clearly through to autumn from any waterway. I don't care how blue to water is clear to water is etc. Is very difficult. But it kind of took a toll on me over time. After that point where I really did. You wanna go into swimming pools. It wasn't that. I was scared to something in there. But it was kind of that fear of. Maybe it was current. Maybe it was you know, any anything around those lines along those lines. So yeah, I mean, my point here is that if you're scared of going in the ocean, or if you have any kind of fear water, you know, kind of think about this, and and maybe open open up the mind of sorts to be able to consider doing this. Because it is a great thing. And one thing that I hope to do into futures. You know, get more people that are experts scuba diving. I'm certainly not an expert by any means with scuba diving get them on this episode are on this podcast, rather and be able to talk through it. And maybe on the where those who are a little bit apprehensive about getting into this wonderful amazing field of scuba diving where it just opens up semi world's t-. They could definitely work would me, and and talk maybe talk you into it. So how did I get back into the water really fast forward from nineteen ninety? Six or so to about twenty ten wave or not and twenty ten we had a trip down to Costa Rica, and the idea was to do some snorkeling uh part of the trip an amazing trip of all Costa Rica's a beautiful country. It's curve south not your Cup of tea for whatever reason than Costa Rica's got so much going on that from you know, from coast to coast from Caribbean Pacific through that volcanoes in through all kinds of cloud forest rainforest and everything, but one of our excursions on this adventure was to do some snorkeling and feet sufficient that seemed exciting so we get into the boat wondering what in the world's going on. I hear that water is very murky. See, and I was expecting Clearwater and in. It was certainly not what had happened Mr. been earthquake. I guess the dare to before probably the day before. We're not connected to the music, anything insolvent Spanish. So we really didn't have a clue what was going on. But we were told there was an earthquake off the coast around that time. So that certainly murky the water, but I got in you couldn't really see anything. I mean that was kinda fun part was not really I'm being very facetious. There wasn't fun at all, you know, not able to see anything. So we just kinda got back into boat. But before we did that the the boat guide through some crumbs watering fish coming up. You can't see them. So they get to the top. And it's kind of scary. They're not fun at all. But I felt weirdly safe fen kinda strange going from extreme of not wanting to get into the ocean at all to getting in there this time. So certainly did that and how to get time. So you go couple years from there and that was diverse tripped occur Sal in. That was when the water was clear water was great. You could see some of the corals below and so forth. And so we've decided that. We were going to do some snorkeling there as well. And you know, snorkel you can certainly die down a little bit. But you still have to use great caution for your ears and just for breathing. We are not going to breathe into water course. But you just want to be able to get back to the service to be able to get your breath. So we did a little bit of kind of diving down a bit nece amazing. What you could see. So intrigued buddy a DEA then of trying scuba diving. And I didn't really realize how easy it was to try scuba diving. You know, of course, you wanna make sure you have medical clearance as a insulin-dependent diabetic had to ensure my doctor would sign off on this kind of thing. So they had because you know, it was kind of one of those things in advance of maybe we'll scuba dive, you know, kind of hot hot over beers thinking. Oh, maybe we'll go scuba diving. But we ended up doing that signing up with the diet bus. And we'll I'll talk about them all the time and. And. They don't even have to pay to promote themselves with me. I love him so much, and you You know. know, highly recommend them. But the point being is that I had to Clarence win to two introduction to discover scuba dive. And we had a really really really good time. It was really amazing.
Orca, David And Atlantic discussed on Markley and Van Camp
"And I did see this the other day, and you're really fascinated by David, oh is this piece about great white sharks? And who they fear in the ocean more than anything. This was in the Atlantic. It was talking about orcas killer whales scare the hell out of great white sharks for some reason. And they go into detail on this. And I think this is fascinating. Well, they could kill him. Right. Yes. The ways that they can kill great white sharks. Okay. Is chilling because a lot on this show. These researchers realized they found that for whatever reason a bunch of sharks that they had tagged. Just get the hell out of this particular segment of the ocean whenever orca show, and so they do the deep dive as it says combining both brains and brawn orcas have been known to kill sharks, surprisingly complicated ways. Some will drive their prey to the surface and then karate. Chop them. With overhead tail swipes hardly do that. They will converge together because they're pack hunters converge together drive the shark up. And then one of them will just flip the tail over and. Wow. Wow. Man. Some also video in one case, they do have some video. Yes, that's pretty cool because water so hot. And so the green new deal and. Others seem to have worked out that they can hold sharks upside down to induce paralytic state called tonic immobility, oh my God. And then again, the karate chop happens. They kill the shark. This is the last the last piece here that I it's like chilling. The orcas will go for the liver because it's one of the dentists sources of calories in the ocean rather than ripping their prey apart. The orcas can extract livers with surprising finesse. No one has ever observed their technique, but the wounds on otherwise intact carcasses of sharks suggests that they bite their victims near the pictorial Fens. So they eat they bite holes in the body all around the liver, and then they hit that portion of the liver and it squeezes it out of their bodies. Gosh, fake compare it to squeezing toothpaste out of a two. Oh my gosh. Wow. And then they'll leave the shark for dead after eating the liver. Okay. Now. I know, you know, there's kids that were offended by Blackfish. Yeah. Okay. The whole documentary on the way SeaWorld was treating the orcas. Yeah. If you can have one that does all the shampoo tricks. And then you bring a great white, and we all get to watch the orca wasted. Oh my gosh. Fan who don't wanna pay to see some of that. Hey, you think you're a bully? They're great white. We got a bigger one. That's insane man that is absolutely savage and puts a different spin on
Kendall Jenner slams TMZ after stalker scales mountainside to her house: 'You're putting my life in danger'
"Be lashing out at her mom and her cozy relationship with hardware, even with the family and get some security for the back of house and cameras and everything because that's what he did. He came in through the. He's you know out all these, you know, where you went up against. I mean, they're strong, isn't it? A canyon. Yes. There is access to people's houses. If you really want to get into somebody's house. Yeah. You can do. All right. Megan Markle and prince Harry's still enjoying their tour down under and they're teasing that they have in their possession, a long list of potential baby names. Megan said, we've been given a long list of names for everyone, and we're going to sit down and have a look at them. Meaning the Queen. What are here? The list of names can choose the third second third and fourth where you can have the first name, right? Yes. Exactly. Something to look at on the Laurie and Julia show page on mytalk one zero seven one dot com. This afternoon would be Carrie Underwood celebrating her CMT artist of the year honor she were to glittery dresses one of the dresses as quite fabulous. Long-sleeve sequin gown, well, actually, not a gallon. It's a mini dress. Yeah. Going right over here bump gorgeous. She must have been like four and a half or five months pregnant by the time. She announced she was pregnant. In may they don't announce pregnancy till four months. Gary at least especially because she had three miscarriages and the kids were far along and all of them. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So if you wanna go check out Carrie Underwood, you can do that riana doing some blogging now for fen t- beauty. She's gonna be doing this every Tuesday you guys. So if you want Riyan is beauty tips, go watch her tutorial, Tuesday's her first one star where it's on YouTube, and you can watch hashtag chill out is her first tour how he's going very very nineties. You guys did you know that frosted mov lips are back. Frosted people back in my bag. You're ready to go. Julia. Then midnight the nineties trusted live. I never went dark though. Because it doesn't look good on me but good frosted pink. Yes. And she also is sporting the scandal ice, which is the sparkley lilac color. So you can watch those tutorial Tuesday's gonna people are gonna go crazy for she's gorgeous. And her makeup is awesome. Camille grammer getting married this weekend in Hawaii. If you were to believe page six as this is going to be the second time that she is tying the notch. She's getting married to lawyer David Meyer. Now, what are you guys know about this guy? Do you think he's good for her? Good for Camille. I do I think. She kind of alluded to him. I don't think we met him on the real house face of Beverly Hills. But she was with that not nice guy. Yeah. You know, he's not in the business. Yeah. He's a business. I think it's good. Yeah. Kids like mandated for a couple of years. Now, a well and Kyle Richards and teddy Mellencamp stars of the real housewives of Everley hills were spotted boarding a Hawaiian airlines flight today no yesterday because today's Thursday with their husbands. So they're probably going to be joining the festivities, and this will be the maybe they'll be a little a little of the actual wedding. But maybe we'll get a little filming. Yeah. That'd be. In hawaii. Absolutely. You know, Kyle Richards was in Halloween original Halloween was here's one of the one of the kids that Laurie strode was babysitting. She may have been was one of the little kid and that movie, by the way, our four stars is supposed to be fantastic. It's co written by Danny McBride, the comedian who did eastbound and down. He also did vice principal so that's gonna be really fun to open this weekend or next week. I think it's this weekend. Hey, you give opens this weekend? But I was looking at the red. And I thought that's weird. They Kyle Richards is on the red carpet and then standing next to Michael Myers.
"fen" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
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13 pounds of ‘fentanyl' seized in raid is just sugar, lab finds
"And police. In North Carolina, who say they seize the giant load of fen altering drug. Bust in Wilmington now say they took the substance for a common kitchen ingredient back in July. Sheriff of New Hanover county North Carolina called it one of the largest seizures ever offensive ill but now they did the more conclusive tests tariff Ed McMahon says it was not lab tests say it was sugar thirteen pounds of sugar not two million dollars worth of a potentially deadly painkiller could afford. Charles bats, is one of three suspects arrested after the, raid he thought it was flour sugar. But whatever if you can't tell flou- drug He remains in jail on. Other charges Scott Goldberg ABC news, Tony I. Hate when I get my fence Yeah yeah and who doesn't know who doesn't know the difference in flour and sugar too I mean it's just kind of releasing because so they. Did an initial tests? On it and, he came up and it's only when that Jewish weird about it how does. That happen I don't know but that is that is a very interesting sort of funny story as
“Lost” Stanley Kubrick Screenplay ‘Burning Secret’ Discovered By College Professor
"The late filmmaker stanley kubrick may have one more surprise for his fens a previously unseen script by mr kubrick has come to light more than sixty years after it was written kubrick the novelists calder willingham adopted burning secret from nineteen thirteen novel some say the project never made it to the screen because of its risk as subject matter the script was thought to have been lost forever and there was nathan abrams hens nathan abrams is a film studies professor at bangor university and that's where we reached professor how did you come to find the script after all these years well i just published my book stanley kubrick york jewish intellectual and trump reached out to me and also to show me a couple of scripts and this this person is the son of a full mcnabb rates a stunning kubrick and the script came into his possession because his father was going going to be off to work on the film and how did you feel the first time you had it in your hands oh this is testing it's i mean this has been commended that he was working on it back in nineteen fifty six but no one ever knew if it's completed it and what's the script was in and now we've got full fool droff and tells us up what do you have that it is the real deal and not something that someone who's an overzealous fan just made up you know question every document look i mean i'm in the all kind of every day and they're scribblings on the kubrick manuscripts house i know someone go in before being scruple trevi this stunning coup but we have thought don't could face but we try and get it with with the other information that we have to say it's you know the who's on the cover of the script you know all this extra information the other thing is this is a over one hundred page script this this take lots of publication to produce something this extensive i think what what tell us what the story is burning secret bunning secrets in vela by stephens vibe which was published in nineteen thirteen it's about the swamp byron holiday results who's spies an attractive jewish woman who's married and when she rejects his advances he decides the best routes host to befriend young some and stanley's taken the cuddle of the story and translates into a contemporary american idiom in mid fifties nineteen fifties america if they including you noted that this was a jewish woman including making them nonjewish yeah so so another way that this fits kubrick's working pots and is that the jewishness at the seoul texts that he adopted as is a race and we can see this certainly in his previous film the killing and we sit and all of his films off to that puffing thousand a month whether on the shining where they went to the jewish characters do you know what his motivation would be doing that easy for self hatred identically the mall complex is fuzzy doesn't economic motivation in mid fifties america he carly calculates the people didn't wanna watch jews on screen remember the parrot of the hollywood moguls putting jews on the screen but not as jews you know the dog la so tiny kind of and others where they've changed their names the deeper on stymied has an ambivalent relationship with jewish identity because you know what he didn't his films if you jewishness out explicit and then reinserted it under the surface those you can read the codes and we can see that and that's why i'll came my but multiple times i'm that was three things like costing decisions and of little factors many other things that relationships was shop how well firstly like shots thinks of him taking a stream jewish nova nevada of unissons since then secondly the seams of marriage fidelity at altri enough triangle as well which we'll see him the lisa we'll say that family try and go in the shining animal complex one environment and you know some of the.
"The story of inspiration courage and friendship that i want to recommend lisa fen former espn producer is written carryon a story of resilience redemption and an unlikely family lisa produced human interest pieces reas pnn she came across one stories you couldn't let go of two teenagers leroy sudden who lost his legs in a child who train accident and d'artagnan crockett legally blind and homeless initially drawn together by their disabilities the to forge a brotherhood entered the sport of high school wrestling made others take notice leroy would ride the back of the sightless d'artagnan when one russell the other would sit by the edge of the matt we'll carry on is also the story of lisa herself who while filming the peace on the to france found herself growing more connected to leroy and d'artagnan once the filming ended she could not walk away and worked tirelessly to help them through school and obvious physical and emotional it's the touching story of out empathy and understanding changes people for the better the best sports stories only start with the sport they're really about heart in the human condition the book club wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time five twenty six the cofounder of ben and jerry's ice cream arrested for disorderly conduct that a demonstration over whether f thirty five fighter planes should be based in vermont police say businessman ben cohen was one of three activists arrested saturday the burlington free press reports the demonstrators played jet noise from a tower of speakers at a level that they say simulated what it would be like to be beneath of path all arrested received issued citations to appear in court at a later date on this date in history march fourth 1930 three during his first inaugural address president franklin roosevelt delivered one of most celebrated lines of the 20th century let mayor live per boy that'd be on with thing where you have to well it well roosevelt elected elected times but uh down elected three times but died shortly after being elected to.