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Apple reopens all its stores

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 16 hrs ago

Apple reopens all its stores

"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.

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Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center

KUOW Newsroom

04:52 min | 23 hrs ago

Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center

"Been reporting how seattle is turning some of its testing sites into permanent vaccination sites starting today the rainier beach side is prepared to give about two thousand shots a week and so is second location in west seattle. Kyw's josh amac nickeled visited the rainier beach vaccination clinic today joshua high and describe this vaccination site for us well like every other side. It's open to people who are eligible. Mostly that means seniors over sixty five but there are a few other categories to like home health workers anyway. Everyone who shows up here has an appointment and they walk up and they check in at a table and then when it's their turn they passed. They passed through one of several shipping containers on a train or on the back of a truck and inside there is an administrator in a little booth. And there's someone from the fire department and that person gives you your shot and then you walk out the back of the shipping container into an outdoor area and then you hang out under a tent for like fifteen minutes with a view of the lake all right well. Did you get to speak to anyone there. Yeah i spoke to a lot of seniors there in the recovery tent. And they told me before today trying to get a vaccination appointment was a real chore. Roberta bird right said she couldn't sleep. She wanted an appointment so badly. Given times i wake up you know in the morning. Three o'clock two o'clock in during the throughout the day. And then of course the site that we look. It's like places. Like well up in tacoma and you know really far out. And i'm not going to those places so i just kept looking and looking so now opened up so she also got on wait lists at pharmacies and they told her they'd call but they never did and then she heard from a friend that the southeast seattle senior center was helping seniors make appointments and so she called. They called me back right away like within a few days and schedule being. I'm here bird right. Told me that she had concerns about the safety of the vaccine so it was reassuring for her to go through a community group. Yeah that's good news that roberta got her shot. And just you know. We've been hearing stories about grandkids helping their grandparents schedule. An appointment you know for a variety of reasons you know. Maybe the grandparents don't have a smartphone or computer or maybe like roberta's case the the grandparents are trying to just striking out but in this case it sounds like the senior center is stepping in. Yes and that is the strategy here. They're still far more demand for vaccines than there is supply and so these new vaccination sites are favoring referrals they're working closely with community groups and those groups are doing the outreach. Linda green runs the southeast seattle senior center. That's the group that helped this person earlier. Find their appointment and she says she got her staff spending all their time. Basically going after vaccination appointments for seniors. But it's hard because there just aren't enough vaccines so she said it feels like a competition. Well it's a competition because now we're have folks who are competing you've got the folks who are seventy five years old and older. We've got the sixty five year old. We've got those folks who are under fifty but are also caretakers for those who are sixty five and over or seventy and over. And i know that we have to start from the top the most vulnerable and work our way down but it still is somewhat competitive as to. Who's going to get it first. So all of those those areas we still have to define but we are of the opinion that the goal is for everyone to get vaccinated so whomever we can fit into that classification. That's what we're doing. Yeah and in that competition for vaccines. It helps to have a community group to help you get an appointment. But eventually officials tell me the problem will cease to be a vaccine shortage problem and will become a communication problem. You know trying to get enough people to show up and use all the vaccines right. And we're hearing. There will be more and more vaccinations slots opening up later as well and and another thing. We learned today. Josh was later this month. There's going to be another max. Vaccination site opening up in seattle At the former centurylink field now known as linfield yes and with that site. They're going to start small in the middle of the month but as soon as enough vaccines are on the way that site will be able to push out twenty one thousand vaccinations per day. They told me yeah. That sounds like a lot of shots. When is that going to be. They wouldn't say for sure. Only the it'll happen as soon as possible. And if you're a senior and you want to be proactive linda. Green at the southeast seattle senior center says give them a call. And they'll help you. You don't even have to be in seattle proper anywhere in king. County is fine and then of course you can also use the washington phase finder website. Which helped at least one senior here today.

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Is Multitasking Killing Your Business?

The $100 MBA Show

04:59 min | 4 d ago

Is Multitasking Killing Your Business?

"A few years ago in my software company. Women are ninja. I started to realize that many of our team members were really scattered. They were getting things done efficiently. Have the meeting after meeting. And every time we met their to do list would get longer and longer and the things. They said they would get done by. The next meeting was not done yet. We're moving at a snail's pace in every department. And i started to realize that i'm just giving my team very unstructured work. I'm just giving all a bunch of tasks a bunch of goals to hit. And i'm saying go at it and what's happening. Is that when you do this with your team. They can't help but feel the urge to work on multiple things at a time. Now you might be seeing what's wrong with that. What's wrong with working on many things at one time. I do this all the time. Well it's not the most efficient way to work and this has been proven time and time again. You can do a ton of research on this online. But i've done my own research. You can check it out. you cal. Newport's work his book deep work as a masterpiece. His ted talk is also worth watching. But let's take an example. Let's say you give your marketing department or your marketing person. Three things to do on to run facebook ads. A want you to also run an affiliate contests and i want you to redo all our email automations for email marketing when you tell somebody to do all three things and give them no structure. What happens is that they do something from each task every single day because they feel overwhelmed they want to do everything and they want to show you progress in each of those tasks now on its surface you might be like. Oh what's wrong with that. Well the problem is that you're wasting a lot of time when you're switching from one task to the next this is called context switching and it's very very costly if you're wearing on one thing and then you switch over to another it takes you some time to readjust your brain to get into the groove of this new task to get into the zone. Being in the zone and working on a project is high high value time. You don't wanna take that away from somebody in fact you want to keep them in the zone for as long as possible but when people are working on multiple things at one time they get in the zone they get disrupted. They have to get into the zone of the next task. That's a little bit of time. And then they could disrupt it again and they have to get into the phone again and not only is this taking a lotta time. But it's very draining. Drains your energy. So what happens is that they come to the next meeting. And they're like this is my progress and is actually very little progress for each of the three tasks they feel like they worked so hard but they really didn't make much progress. The problem with this is that they never get any momentum. Now compare this to if you do focus work. And you don't multitask instead of telling your marketing person. I want you to do three things. You say listen. There are three things we want accomplish. The first thing we're going to accomplish this is the only thing you're going to focus on and you're going to get it done by the end of the week and that's running a facebook ads campaign. This is all you gotta focus on. This is the goal. This is the criteria. This is the outcome. We're looking for what happens. Is that they just stay in the zone that task day in and day out until they complete it. They come back the next week. Say hey finish that task. It's done here the results already. They're working on a different different level. They have momentum. They have a win. They completed something and then they can shut the brain off from that task and work on the next task. You're going to give them. This needs to be done in every department with every kind of work you do in your business. This is up to you as a leader to build this into your culture. And i realized this of years ago and it really allowed me to be a lot more efficient with my team. Sometimes you're gonna have to remind team not to jump around even when you give them you know prescribed instructions. I do this with our engineers. I have a daily stand up with engineers every single day. We we meet for fifteen minutes. We talk about what they're going to work on today. Actually i talk about where they worked on yesterday and then whether going to work on today and then we really get laser focused. This is all you need to worry about today. This is the focus for today. This is the goal. This is the win why that way when they come to the meeting tomorrow when they come to the standup they feel proud. This is what i worked on yesterday at. Got it done. We gotta win. we can mark it off. I love showing numbers of show the progress. Okay now. We work on the next task. Multitasking dozen allow momentum multitasking. Doesn't allow you to get wins and give them motivation to keep going. It holds you back it. Hold your team all back so you wanna make sure you stay away from it at all costs

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Who's the best Robin

The Dive

05:38 min | Last week

Who's the best Robin

"Hello and welcome back to the season. Five episode seven. We've made it halfway through the split and as a quick reminder. We are going to continue to push out these episodes at five. am on tuesdays. So set your alarm if you want to wake up because we will not let nobody waking up that early. And he's sports kobe. Hey on the east coast man. People have different time zones will wake up that. I think you have a better chance of saying before you go to bed. You can catch the dive five. Am true true to ask your mind your so. Look you games after you die to the boss valhalla again. And while you're going to get your your body back you can listen to us. How has that been market. I heard the travel. Times are really bad. I think israel is saying that. Yeah so. I'm pretty early in the game slide. Just be my first boss and like the knicks zone is pretty close. But i do feel like i can see in the future a time where i'm going to be like i don't want to have to wait. I see me just like build a new town or something again. you can be portals. You can build a little towns along the way but like damn the travel time is something that game for the second boss. I was playing with my friends. It took somewhere between an hour. Fifteen minutes an hour and a half minutes to get to just to get there and then it's like you get there and we kill the boss. And i was like and wanna walk back now. I think i'm good. Thanks gonna lock out. Never play again. So that's where i'm at fell head forever. Yes if i ever accomplishment. Let's give them have to walk back unless maybe my friends the portal or something building new homes. Yeah we did but then you have to. You have to get everything over there. Anyway doesn't matter it's pretty let's talk a bit about fantasy. I lost again. Fantasy sucks harm the winner. I want today. Fz kobe kobe just luck. He just doesn't realize how lucky is if you take you. Direct your eyes to the point against this is how well your opponents are doing against you which you don't control at all really nine hundred sixty. Two point lead band away. The most points against any in the league complaints against doesn't include the bands. You got nine hundred sixty two points against the base. I have thirteen hundred. Sixteen points against me is the base. We got the same. Amount of points earned kobe. I also have the highest points band away from my opponents yet again. This week. I bend away seven bands from crumbs and i would've lost if i did not ban away points from cross judge presiding judge mark z rules in favor of kobe. His wins are legit. He's not just a lucky dog. He is the ban lord he can get. There could be a coach gap and he could also be a dog. it could be both. That's the best to be to be skilled and lucky. Yeah exactly yeah go ahead. i'm currently neither. I'm just I have a roster. That's not playing. Well even my first pick like okay. My still bottling is going to struggle some games and gonna gonna turn stinkers. I expected that. I did not expect the amount of stinker games. I'm getting out of some demonte as my first you picks so. I'm definitely feeling a little sad. Dr talks the hero and my team right now. Loving him But yeah. I'm not not feeling great. I think i'm gonna stay down. The bottom of the standings their tactical tactical really steps it up. He's not doing so well for me. Tactical really has not been getting the points. I was expecting i was like well. Just one locking of course a marksman is going to be racking up all these kids. They're going to be winning all their games. Tactical really has not gotten too much done for me at all and blaze. All of has been like tank in my team. He one hundred point gap between plays all of in every other mid later every week. It feels like got mega point. Seven points in his first game and like three points in a second game. I'm looking over my phone. And i was like ninety points so like what. Am i supposed to do here. Come on blaze. All you got to ban away every single champion appointment later played or else you're screwed by niles or something. I band away. The only positive game that niles had crumbs got negative points for having him. I was struggling for sure. I've seen him have back to back. Negative point games for crumbs this week so at least i don't have house. I guess but a word attending league. So there's no roster swaps to be made because every player has been picked up so You know maybe. I just got a got a big plays olive to to drag out. The games gets more dragons or something you know my my my match also and it came down to like ten point difference or something and i had impact as the last player playing and i was just hoping that e. g. wouldn't as them and that it would go like elder elder dragon and stuff. It was that exist. Uk went back for the elder to help you get those fantasy points to it will. He didn't elder he got. Yeah got infernal soul but the you know this was they had that one fight in the base and impact with him but his tv got interrupted so we got no assists otherwise i actually would have won if he got us on all those skills so close. Yeah yeah it came down came down to the very end. He's been pretty fun. You know it seems like retirees has already won the whole league. She's like four hundred points both second place or something the triple cloud nine however she has just absolutely

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UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

ESPN FC

03:36 min | Last week

UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

"Welcome insulation of spnfz down. Thomas during the today by allie. Moreno gotten off coffee. You'll be hitter flags on a big win for you today but we start in the champions leaks good matches. Isn't it coming up over the next couple of days. We'll stop at looking trump. Let's go madrid against chelsea some other. The chelsea as favourite not six to four on to advanced next trying athletics. Eleven to ten men rapids. He absolutely flying in la league the first half of the season they have somewhat just a little bit foreign off. Course levante being very much thorn in that side. You're against on wednesday lost on saturday. Let's welcome shall we. Don't just sit low. Lo look ahead to this game. Say let's start off with a athletic perspective xiaowei. What's going wrong with them. They all right. I think we'll go move the wrong with them. In part was that this was likely to happen at some stage. Although perhaps not in quite this way bear mind. They've now dropped many points in twelve days as they had in the inside season up until that point but is in for full-on collapse in all four games. It's one victory to drills the fate as a site. that'd be on such good full. It was fifty four fifty seven points at fifty fifty seven points in the first half the season that it feels like a glass. I think in a way if you look at the results before this games way they were always on edge there again where they were just about coming through very light winner. You've are weiner out of s for example that going behind much more often than previously remember they concedes remedies minute behind in the entire season. That's not happen more often. They're conceding early goals. They gonna seven games in a row conceding so it was the probably some point tip slightly now not into a full blown crisis but certainly into a situation where they were necessarily gonna mean sign that level incredible efficiency in winning games that they had up until fruitful weeks ago and coming up against a chelsea side. Don still unbeaten under to call but very very ordinary against hanson. Yeah just methodical. The hard sites watch chelsea they get. The job done. Didn't against that in the drawer but they were hard. Watch nothing. thomas tickle early on. I think he's testing these players. Think he's testing. Mentality is testing the players and different systems. Put the weekend. He lasted fifteen minutes and took stripe off again so he didn't work took off the ball put about so it's a chelsea sought while you won't you come on west off whereas the where's the attack and fled just very very methodical. Caffeine phoenix can tighten me. I can't imagine be free flowing ends and talking football full three job so don just call chelsea methodical and if you think of you don't feel like hey look at them they're open. They're attacking they're going to commit number full and so therefore if you have an athletic team that has been struggling to get results and you have a team. That is quote unquote methodical. Then yes you're exactly correct. This is not four three. this is set pieces. This is very tied very tactical certainly in the first leg in which is going gonna make it physical from. They have to get back to that. They've lost a little bit of that and they've lost a little bit of attention to details in the game against the weekend. Golda was not scored by motorists early on. There's the ball over the top from set piece attack and said piece of mind on a mis-clearance goes over fifty yards and morales one one situation against like that doesn't happen against atlantic city. But it's been happening more and more often over the last ten days or so they have to clean up those details and clean those details where you're going to find something that is going to be very very difficult to beat

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Coronavirus Vaccine Q&A: Variants, Side Effects, And More

Short Wave

14:40 min | Last week

Coronavirus Vaccine Q&A: Variants, Side Effects, And More

"You're listening to shortwave from npr. As more and more of the covid nineteen vaccines. Roll out. Here at npr. We've been getting a lot of questions from y'all questions like if i'm vaccinated. Can i still pass the virus to somebody else. What are the side effects of vaccines. How soon until we vaccinated enough people to return to normal so today on the show we have answers as part of a special segment. I just did on another. Npr podcast called. It's been a minute with sam sanders. Yes i am in the hot seat for this one. Y'all if you haven't checked that show out do it. It consistently makes me thank laugh. Cry it is so so good. I'm eddie. And you're listening to shortwave daily science. Podcast from npr. My dear friend who had a how are you. Welcome back to the show. I'm doing well sam. How are you buddy. I'm good. I feel like the last time we had yuan seems like forever ago but i think my biggest question with crow virus. Yes whether i could still pet other people's dogs. Oh that's interesting. That's an interesting version of that story because it was about whether or not you could kiss them on. The mouth is however members over the past few weeks. We have asked you our listeners. To send in your questions about the vaccine all right if folks were able to get the vaccine. Can they still carry and transmit corona virus to other people. So let's start off with what we know for sure right. We know that the vaccines that are authorized in the us. Do an excellent job of preventing symptoms of covid including those really scary severe symptoms. And let's just say the moment here on the show to acknowledge how monumental that is. I mean that means fewer cases that result in hospitalizations given our healthcare workers break that means less people dying every day. I mean that in itself is huge. And that's what the vaccines were designed and tested to do so. As far as whether or not vaccinated person could have the virus in their bodies. Pass it to somebody else. Even if they don't get sick there is some early. And i mean like really early data. That looks promising Some that shows that vaccinated people are less likely to have the virus in their body at all or they carry less virus. So that's all very good news but we still don't have enough data to say for sure that the vaccine cuts down on transmission or by. How much so for now we just kind of have to wait which means that vaccinated folks should still mask up. When they're interacting with people outside their household especially if those people earned vaccinated if we know that the vaccine will protect you from getting severe symptoms. Most likely is it safe for two people who are fully vaccinated to hug or like hang out in the same room. Yeah okay so. Here's what i will say about this. Because we don't know for sure if vaccinated people can carry the virus those vaccinated people just need to think about who else they are interacting with right. So if you're living at home with somebody who has severely immuno-compromised is in vaccinated. You would treat the situation differently than if you live by yourself right but if you are to vaccinated people. Maybe even wearing masks for. That added layer of risk reduction. I think you've reduced risk enough. You know to hug it out especially if you were to people that don't have like close contact with other people. I am a big proponent of risk reduction that still allows us to have some of our humanity right and requested. You know to vaccinated hugging. I would argue is one of those situations. People will argue with me. But i would say so. You know there are so many headlines it seems like every day there's a new variant of the corona virus who knows where they're coming from. How effective is the vaccine against other and newer variants of corona virus. So this is a great question. Great question other stumper. I wish your listeners. With throw me a couple of corona. So what i would say is. This is another situation where things are developing right. We didn't know about these variants like a month or two ago but there are some data that suggests that the vaccine might not work as well for a few of those variants. At this point you know most of the experts that we're talking to say they will still work right. That's the beauty of having vaccines that super super effective that even if they don't work as well against one variant they will still provide protection In fact public health officials are saying that the best way to prevent these variants from really taking off in the us is by having as many people vaccinated as possible so for now with the variants that we're seeing in the us. It looks like the vaccines will work. Well on most of them and still provide some protection on the others which is good news. All right As more and more people in my circles get the vaccine. I'm starting to hear them. Talk to me about side effects and a few folks. I know said i was fine. Second dose. I was like knocked out for a day. Or what in. General are the side effects of the vaccine. Yeah this is a great question. I'm really glad we're talking about side effects. Because i think it's important to talk about them and be transparent so all vaccines can cause side effects right. And that's because vaccines worked by kick-starting your immune system similar to what would happen with a natural infection so if you do get side effects like you get a little bit of swelling from the shot or you get a mild fever is just your immune system doing what we want it to do now. Rarely vaccines do more serious reactions like allergic reactions for example. So it's really important to talk about allergies with your doctor before getting the vaccine or you know if you get the shot and swelling gets worse after a day or if your other symptoms are getting more severe lasting more than a few days you should call the doctor but the overwhelming majority of the time sam for the two vaccines that are authorized for use in the us. The most common symptoms are pain at site of injection swelling As well as fevers chills aches feeling tired and and some people experience very little of those symptoms and some feel pretty uncomfortable. Like you said for a few days especially after that second shot because that first shot your immune system's like oh. Hey what's up what's up what's going on in that second job was like oh you like now. You're trying to see so so that is really your immune system really being kicked in action. So like you said. I've heard of people that need to take the day off after that second shot. Here's the thing. Sam those types of side effects. Go away right and you know. It doesn't always go away after a few days. Kobe right you know what i mean. So i think it's important to be transparent about vaccine side effects but also to remind people like for the overwhelming majority. This is not even close to being as bad as a bad case of covert all right next question for you. Let's say you're grandparent has been vaccinated But you a younger person have not. Can you still see them And is this scenario. A little bit safer for the more vulnerable person. Okay so this is. This is a good one Because it's all about assessing levels of risk. And like i said you know risk is not an all or nothing scenario and there's a lot to work through to make these types of decisions so let's walk through this example so you've decided you really really want to see your grandparents right. Your grandparents has been vaccinated. So you've cut the risk of them getting that bad case of covid down quite a bit. And that's big right before going. I would probably try to quarantine for a while myself Especially if they are in a nursing home. Because i don't wanna bring cove into that facility. Because i'm not just an interact with my grandparents. You know if they're in their own house maybe that's a different story. So that's all like before the visit. And then on the day of the visit one thing i would leave your audience with is when you're seeing anybody like the thing to think about is how do i cut down on the amount of air i am sharing with people right. That's the big if you can carry that one thing in your head. That's the biggest thing because most transmission happens in close contact through the air not through necessarily like groceries or stuff like that so that's important to keep in mind so if i'm going over to my grandmother's and she makes me call her that sam by the way the full grandmother she demands respect. You will not be called. Grandma i would be. I would be wearing a well fitted mask like we talked about. If i could and this is a huge one i would try to take it outside if i could if not i would want to get fresh air circulating in the room because fresh air circulation is one of the best things you can do if you have to be indoors and then the last thing to think about his time right. It's not just proximity. It's also time. So i'd make the visit pretty short too. I mean the cdc suggests less than fifteen minutes if you're indoors but that's variable so it's just about keeping that visit a short as you can and then after the visit like i said same thing is going in. I'd probably quarantine for a bit just to make sure if i got it. You know somehow from being out. And about i don't spread it. Gotcha gotcha We are seeing millions of americans getting the vaccine which sounds good and feels good. But when do we know that were there. Like what percentage of the population needs to be vaccinated before you can have her immunity. Yeah so okay. This is unsurprisingly. Another complicated one so apple over here over what. i'll take it. I i mean it's not my first choice but it's not my last okay. Okay so if you're not familiar with this term herd immunity happens after people have been infected or vaccinated instill. There's essentially nowhere for the virus to go. There's not enough susceptible. People left for corona virus Tune fact so there aren't those like massive outbreaks but there isn't one straightforward number to reach herd immunity a changes based on a lot of things the biggest one probably is the germ itself so for this corona virus. Some public health officials if thrown around that like seventy to eighty five percent of people would need to be vaccinated or infected to. Have you know the level of immunity that we would need and and the difficulty knowing the answer to your question sam like. When do we reach. That number is that we don't actually even know how many people have gotten the corona virus. You know realistically. There's a lot of infections that we don't catch for multiple reasons. There's a lot of people that have a symptomatic infections. That kind of stuff so that complicates we also don't know how long immunity lasts so for some diseases. You get once in your protected for years or your lifetime and that's probably not what's going to happen with this one really got those variants on the scene. You've heard of those variants. Those could play a role here too. So there's a scenario in which this first round the vaccine that folks get first two rounds they'll have to be more vaccine shots down the road. I mean there's the potential for that it would be kind of like a booster situation. Perhaps we don't really know yet right now. It looks like our vaccines are working. Really well but i know that there are some vaccine companies that are looking into developing more vaccines. That would you know basically be kind of a booster situation. So i think you know san we ask like when can we reach her immunity when things go back to normal you know i would argue and people would argue with a gun That herd immunity might not be a reality for this virus like some people might know. It's not it's not that bad. Some places might achieve something close to it but this is a global pandemic right like viruses travel with people who travel so real herd immunity. You know global herd immunity would be tough to achieve. And so you know. I think we have to learn how to live with this virus to be realistic. You know the coronavirus will probably be around to some degree for a long time. And so i think focusing on what we can do you know getting vaccinated if you can continue asking up physically distancing reducing your risk as much as you can the more we do those things right now the faster we will get to our new normal which sam. I am happy to tell you. We'll be much much much more livable than where we are. Now last big picture question for you. Matty like a lot of the answers around these questions are complicated and nuanced and data and information will change over time as scientists learn more things but is there any kind of certainty yet or any kind of forecasting on the uncertainty horizon. About what our springs and summers might look like regarding the scene. Can you forecast what the next few months might deal. I mean say It's it's really really tough. I wish i could give you a better idea of this but what it will say is that i understand the question. And it's it's something that i sit with. You know every single day. It's it's it's really hard right like to know when this thing is going to be over like when things are going to feel better and what a would say is that these vaccines are going to make a huge difference. You know when. I said we're not going to be corona virus free. That doesn't mean that it's going to be in our face like this all the time. I mean i. It could be something similar to the flu. Where still impacts our lives but we have systems to to live with it. And you know if these vaccines are rolled out quickly and equitably. I've heard public health officials talking about this fall or or maybe more at the end of the year like really feeling a lot. More of a return to normal. Even if it's not totally back to normal. But i think more importantly than predicting when it will happen is just you know keeping the faith that it will happen like knowing that this will happen we will return to this newish normal and and that we have agency you know and that we have a say in this so so

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How to Prep Podcast Interviews and Maximize Your Titles

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

04:18 min | Last week

How to Prep Podcast Interviews and Maximize Your Titles

"Dumbest question ever so. Yeah they don't answer it like any. It's always this is the greatest deal it's like thinking you know what we're going to have for dinner. The one thing. I started with my interviews. I just had one today where somebody contacted me and of course. Let me introduce you to you. Know bruce smith whatever just making up the name Bruce's cured cancer. He invented sliced bread and probably has the cure for covid in his back pocket. But none of that ties to how like none of that is really what my audience wants to hear. And if they if somebody comes across That like one was about Being more productive. And i was like well. That's not really but maybe in january when we're all with our mike how to be more productive and get organized with your podcast. That might be a subject. So i emailed them. I said would you be interested in doing a a quick pre interview like ten fifteen minutes just to see we're going to connect and and just even if we do a pre interview because i've never met you. I reserve the right to not publish are episode. And if you're cool with that i'd be happy to interview you. And that way in the event somebody just doesn't click or whatever. It's like why i told you. I reserve the right not to publish it. Because i picture myself as a goalie and my audience is behind me and everybody and their brother is trying to hand. You know get there they want to like. Hey that guy's got an audience. Let's get in front of it. And i'm like you know not that i I'm i guess. I am kind of super picky. If it's if it doesn't make me excited to hear about it it's not gonna excite my audience and it only takes a few episodes boring than before they go. I'm tired dave. What's next and then they start searching because whatever one point six million podcast shoes from so on their probably subscribed twenty and so two or three in a row or boring now. They just start ignoring the next when it comes through. You know you flip through there and it shows you. And i and i've i've i've been saying you know. Listen i've been reengaging with the book. Atlas shrugged on listening for the second time will the books you know. Eighty four hours long. We'll so it is. I think it's i think four eighty four hours. It's like a thousand twelve hundred pages and yeah well. I haven't listened to a podcast in forty days. Because i'm close to finishing in so when i go there it shows me in all my new episodes. Let's see the last episode that it last time it downloaded or okay so it was the last time. So we're recording us on november twentieth. The last episode. Where actually have things. Through september twenty third. That's how long it's been since. I refer so when i click on and i'm not going to do it. Now when i click on down to refresh you know my podcasts. I will have three hundred. Four hundred podcast to choose from. People will never make the cut again. I will never listen to their episode again. Because their last one or two that i listened to were were not really like i don't know i just didn't get anything out of some would be looking for the ones where it's like. I can look at that title. And i can look at that person go. That's the one. I want to listen to because i've got limited you know i've got three hundred. I can choose from. But i can only listen to about fifteen which fifteen are going to make the cut. It's probably gonna be like now four or five people and now those are the only four or five. Podcast i listen to until the new episode of hardcore history comes out and then i have to listen to that one and you said the magic word. I'm gonna look at that title. I always tell people. I see people absolutely just like their titles on fire. Because like 'cause if you think about it when you start up a tv something starts playing when you start the radio something starts playing you. Fire a podcast app. Nothing's going on. And when i see that it's you know the bruce smith show episode twenty-seven that does not make me want to click on that. But if it's like you know how to get more done save time earn money whatever it is if it's something how i'm gonna benefit or something that makes me go. Wait what's that. And i see. People waste that all the time. They'll put the they'll spell out the word episode episode twenty seven and i'm like and then it's like episode twenty. It's bruce michaud episode twenty-seven interview with plo. And you go. What's who was. Always paul mccartney but that's

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At-Home COVID Tests Could Become the Norm for Americans

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | Last week

At-Home COVID Tests Could Become the Norm for Americans

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this thursday february eighteenth when it comes to cove it. Here's one thing we know for sure. Widespread testing is vital to slowing down the pandemic so vital in fact that report from the university of colorado released last november found that testing seventy five percent of the city's population. Every three days would reduce infections by eighty eight percent just from people knowing whether or not they're spreading the virus but we can't know better if we can't get tested and depending on a litany of factors like where you live and what time of year it is getting in person test can be at least an inconvenience if not almost impossible. Wait times at test. Sites can be hours long in some places. Some testing locations require a referral from a doctor and is getting a test really worth asking a potentially sick person to show up at a physical location especially if they have to use public transportation to get there. Well no it's not says the us government that's why the white house just signed contracts with six new companies that are producing at home test at home. Tests are already available to some degree in the us but president biden wants to make sure they're really available. Americans will have access to sixty million At home kobe tests by this summer if all goes to plan australian diagnostic company. Aloom just signed a multimillion dollar deal with the us to build a production center for at home tests in the us. There's is a rapid antigen tests that connects to wait for your smartphone. Of course it is twenty twenty one after all business insider detailed how it works. The user connects device to their phone and swabs. Their nose puts the swab into a container of fluid. Then drops the fluid with the sample on it onto the device connected to the phone and then they wait but not for long test can detect covert in a nasal sample and around fifteen minutes. The whole thing sounds like it should be expensive but the test is set to cost thirty dollars and be available over the counter at retail outlets like cvs early clinical studies though small indicate that looms test is ninety six percent accurate when compared to the standard pcr tests. Those pcr tests can take days to deliver results. Meanwhile the ad home test from abbott will be the cheapest option at twenty five bucks. But you'll need a prescription to get it. Which could slow distribution users. Take the test in front of a train teleworkers. Through a video app the test was found to be around ninety. Two percent accurate for positive cases and one hundred percent accurate for negative cases reports business insider even though accuracy rates can be high for at home tests. There's still a chance of user error to that end. Alums smartphone device. Notifies you if there's not enough of a mucus. Sampled attest and avid is hoping that its teleworkers can coach users through proper swabbing technique but there are tests on the market that even with the best intentions can't account for user error the at home test by pixel labcorp which runs for a hundred dollars unless covered by insurance gives. Test takers clear. Instructions on how to swab. But it can't be sure users are doing it right and that opens up the possibility of a false negative result which could spread the virus instead of preventing spread. Now take a guess as to which. Us mega corporation has just made an at home test available for its shoppers

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Vaccines arrive in Australia. Now the challenge begins

Coronacast

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Vaccines arrive in Australia. Now the challenge begins

"We mocked a really significant milestone in the coronavirus pandemic e that. We've been having norman. The first isis of the fis coronavirus vaccine. Which has been approved for use by the therapeutic goods administration touchdown in australia. Ready to start rolling them at next week to the high priority groups so big milestone. what does the next phase actually look like though the rollout. Well i think a lot of it's been left to the states a suspect that what you'll see is remarkable uniformity which is the first line of defense and the first line of people who are most vulnerable as we've seen again and again and again people who are working on our borders driving buses transporting people from the airport and working in hotels looking people who've just arrived so those are the people who will be immunized i i i would imagine a right around the country that will protect them. They will get the pfizer vaccine. Mostly which is good because that gives the most chance of reducing transmission if they do get infected was protecting them against disease and then aged care and high priority. Health care workers so frontline healthcare workers that first phase and. We haven't heard too much of exactly. Who's going to do what we're in terms of administering vaccines. I know that. A lot of general practices have volunteered. We do have a good network of general practices. So should be okay. But i'm getting any feedback from various parts of australia. Saying they're really from people in the business. If you like who are saying. They're really not sure what the plans are so. I think it's still a work in progress. But the first phase shoot go ok e one would hope and then there's a process of with komo's taking responsibility for care and getting enough doses out into each care which are most vulnerable communities. Should the vaccine escape into the general community right one of the questions that were getting a lot of from people from audience members. He's will we be notified when it's when it's out turn but we don't know that yet. I'm not sure how that's how that is indeed going to work. But i assume that there are ways through medicare numbers and other means that the government can text phone number. I know but. I assume that there are ways of finding out who you are. What you've got an assume that also that your general practitioner how to battling those are the sorts of things that are not entirely clear how people will be identified individually so the scale of vaccinating an entire country even with a relatively small population like ustralia is a messy. Ask so we heard last week will health organization expert advisor from the university of new south. Wales mary louise mc laws saying that. We're going to need to vaccinate something like one hundred ninety thousand people per day to get to the targets that have been set for october this year. Is that going to be feasible. Well low to middle income countries do mass vaccination programmes all the time but they do frequently in fact some some would say that. They're better equipped than many advanced countries richer countries to do this and we've had a rabies outbreak through extraordinary numbers very quickly and and so you can get large venues with nurses factory. Like processes logistic simplified dines. It's all there and people head for mass vaccination areas. You can actually get through very large numbers very quickly if you need to you so those numbers are not impossible. But they are hard to achieve. It's gonna take a ramp up so we're going to start off slow and then ramp up from there. The rate limiting step is actually going to be the supply of vaccines. Are we going to have seven. Hundred thousand dozes available a week and it's going to take a while to to that point so i think that's the issue rob van. Can we administer those vaccines. i mean. Interestingly we do fifty to sixty thousand covid tests a day nationally at the moment perhaps a similar framework could be used to roll out the vaccines. Yeah i think they are thinking of respiratory clinics that model being used as well with the drive through with the general general practitioners which was very useful as well as public hospitals providing those sort of drive through facilities as well. You can get through very large numbers. You just go to have accused people ready together. You've got to have the supply. You gotta have the cold chain and you've got to be computerized so that you can enter people's names into the register and you've got to somewhere where you can keep them for fifteen minutes and then observe them with resuscitation facilities so it's not a simple as during the

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Marc discusses his new book "Except for Palestine: The Limits of Progressive Politics" with his co-author Mitchell Plitnick.

Coffee and Books

06:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Marc discusses his new book "Except for Palestine: The Limits of Progressive Politics" with his co-author Mitchell Plitnick.

"Mitchell. Good to see you man. Of course i see you all the time because we not only wrote this book together but we are now going around talking about this book all the time that we are in. So this is kind of a weird podcast. Because i'm sort of interviewing you. And i'm kinda just talking to you about a book that we wrote together so it's a strange strange thing to do. I've never done an interview like this before. But we're going to figure it out but before we talk about the book. Let's talk about the coffee. I in honor this momentous occasion in drinking arabic coffee you know what they say in palestine they call it Who out. Be it kind of black arabic coffee in. Who said lack coffee. You know people say you know. It's the turkish method. We could have a whole other conversation about what that means. But basically it's a coffee that has made unfiltered with finely ground coffee beans. I mean if ground selfies glenk cocoa powder and then they're boiled in a special pot and then some people put sugar and cardamom and all that stuff. But no i do. It said that. I do it black and it tastes good. It's powerful and it keeps me awake now normally. I'm much more boring with my coffee. So i don't wanna make you feel intimidated by my coffee preferences. The way i do with my basketball preferences taping is a sixers fan of you being nets fan. But i will ask you. What of coffee user. Well these days you know. Mostly just. I'm actually i kind of ended spectrum because i'm drinking. I'm drinking usually a blog roast. It's got a little bit of sleet near ended a little bit lighter in it. So it's almost on the but i will say whenever i go over to palestine and israel and to the region. I always drink the copy answered. Yes there's all the way to have it so i i need to. I need to get one of those little machines. So i can have that here too. I actually bought one in jerusalem and it was taken from the airport Years ago. So i wanna get another one mailed to me from somewhere in the middle east and i make sure you get one. That'd be awesome and the great thing about coffee by the way in the middle east and especially among the palestinians is even if you say you don't want coffee today if you spend time with anybody. You're going to drink some coffee. You go to someone's house. You're drinking coffee noon. You're drinking coffee. Come just have a cup of tea. The best you might get outta them. Is it the electric drink. Some tea as an alternative. You ain't going in the white house or having any kind of real meaning without coffee and probably eating eating eating something to so one of the great things about this. That was the mistake. I made the first time i ever went over there and i was over at a palestinian home. Well it wasn't a home. It was actually an outside just outside jerusalem and it was in a garbage dump and they were living and and abandoned Train car and they come out with food and give me fluently giving me food and it was actually at that time i was just no i mean they. They had nothing you know. My immediate inclination was right to say. No no no you keep this for yourself by. They were insistent. No no no you. Are you drinking this d. You are taking this food and my host. Who was with me. Who was bringing me around at that time. This is going back. Years is bringing me around at that time. He just said yeah. You're you're gonna take it. They're not gonna let you go without without eating and drinking so i had a very similar experience. I was in amer which is a for those who knows is kind of. It's not far outside of jerusalem and its reading between to kind of jerusalem in in these settlements and this is again. This is a big win like a village. It's set for demolition at the time. They made a school like tires in mud. People are worried about losing everything. And i'm talking to them about what's going on and at about fifteen minutes into just painful story about loss and being poor and trying to find money. They come out with the coffee pot and coffee. Particularly in palestinian society in many ways is one of those is one of those mechanisms for creating community for joint love of offering care and it makes people feel good to be able to offer that it's part of what it means in community so i'm glad we could talk about that is actually the most. We've talked about coffee coffee which is kind of fun. We have episode on that but talk to me about this book. People are asking. Why write a book on palestine except for palestine the limits of progressive politics. I guess the first thing. I should get you to talk about because i'll let you talk more than me. Today is why this book. Why why did we do this. Mitchell so just to give your listeners a little back on that you and i met actually over there for the first time when the foundation released piece where i was working at the time a trip for some journalists. And you're one of them and we went over there and you know we just started talking and it was a couple years later that we started talking about doing this book and as i recall it was actually a question. We were sure where what we were going to write about. We went through a whole process. Thinking about it at i. I can certainly say for me. And i feel like we came to this together that we came to this place where you know what's really important right now for us as americans to say to other american we we. I feel like what we're doing here is we're talking to our people like riley and so that's not that's americans progressives and saying the we can get together on a whole lot of issues and somehow we're not getting together nearly enough i mean there's we know of course we have our own little palestine sound already community or the peace community whatever the various different sort of shades are but you know on the whole like sort of liberal america progressive. America is not together on this issue. In fact we it sharply divided. And i know it seems to me and i'm pretty sure seems to to that. Vision is based on people who are willing to really dig deep into their own principles and decide that they can put this aside for palestine because of this reason to that sometimes it's compelling reasons know it can be the history of of jewish suffering it can be or it can be less compelling reasons if less valid reasons sort of just a sense of islamaphobia or just sort of fear of arab people brown people it can be good or bad reasons but liberal progressive. People should not have any reason to put their principles decided on this issue. I think that was to me. That was what this book was meant to speak to say. Look there's room for differences of opinion on a lot of things but principally we should all be able to agree. That palestinian should have rights the same rights as israelis and everyone else and it doesn't seem like we do agree on that. So i i think for us who are both you know. Not palestinian not israeli. Both american i think for me that was the most important thing we could try and really break open for folks and i think this book and certainly from the response. We've been getting so far. Seemed like we're doing

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Is Silicon Valley "Over?" With Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Noah Smith

Techmeme Ride Home

04:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Silicon Valley "Over?" With Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Noah Smith

"The question specifically silicon valley itself Is it is it. Sort of settled science for economists like why certain cities become hubs for certain intellectual pursuits sir. Capital pursuits are things like that. Like is that well known and well understood no so we have a lot of theories about why this happens. one idea is that you have tacit knowledge exchange when engineers sort of hang out with each other. They tell each other how to do stuff. It's not clear how powerful that is anymore. I mean it's it's important for researchers to be able to exchange ideas very intensively at things like universities but engineer going out to the bar and saying like oh i implemented this that sort of dan that it's probably not nearly as big a deal and can now be done on like stack exchange in whatever get hub and so so that that sort of tacit knowledge exchange is. It's hard to establish it's hard to measure because you can't really observe these ideas going around you can look at patents. That's all you can really look at. But there's lots of problems with that data Another idea so another big reason for cities a these concentrations of knowledge industries is called thick markets. So if you wanna hire an engineer there's lot of engineers in in san francisco right and if you want to work for tech company. There's lots of tech companies in san francisco. So there's just so much more choice within these superstar cities right with all this choice you can lose your job and find another similar job really quickly or you Lose your employees and find another employee really quickly whereas if you're out in you know like butte you can't. You can't necessarily do that unless we move it all trout so so if we figure out how to do hiring and firing and job searchable blah as well remotely as we do in person whole new ballgame because you've you've just sort of canceled out that that thick market effect. We noticed. We also have to do that for. Vc's so vc's famously Want to live like a fifteen minute bike ride from there. The companies they invest in and that that mindset has got to change that cultures. Gotta change to really unbundle the startup cities. Well and i mean you know this is a the example of the moment and and one example. But you know what's the hottest startup in in in the world right now. It's clubhouse clubhouse is in san francisco. Clubhouse is andriessen. Horowitz is basically is one of the greatest thick influence. If that if that's using the term rape that. I've seen in a long time. In terms of injuries and horowitz really helping juice the success of that startup so yeah clubhouse in cleveland right yes and so that's a but but then again Could be because there is only what like eighteen people right right. Go ahead right. So i mean it that that depends on you know. Injuries and horowitz being willing to invest in distributed companies. And i think that they are. I know those those guys pretty well. I think that they are open to the possibility. And i think that there is a slow. There'll be a gradual change. I think they're realizing that They're realizing that. That costs in san francisco are just really high can cutler initialized capital hosted some data from her own fund the other day showing their investment in distributed companies is increasing and the number. The percentage of founders. Who say they would want to. Distribute companies has just shot up enormously. So maybe maybe this cultural changes coming. I think there always be some local a bias But i think that maybe it could be reduced. I certainly no vc's at bloomberg who are working to reduce that Because really i feel like the the due diligence and human touch that you need to keep track of a portfolio company. The necessity for that to be physical and onsite has just decreased so much And i think that the pandemic is maybe making. Vc's realized that. I hope. I think always be a slight advantage to being nearby but i think that can be outweighed by the cost disadvantage

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Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

09:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

"For today's episode. And we're really excited to welcome john von as my guest in. He is the ceo of local seo search incorporated. John welcome thanks for having me on. I'm excited to be on your show today. Great so some of you are listening. Might be saying so what does it. Seo search many has to do with when people thrive companies thrive. And what i have to say is as re getting prepared for our interview. John and we're going to talk about working remotely and funny enough. There's a recent episode a just published on if you don't offer remote work options you're going to go the way the dinosaurs so john should jump into it. So tell me about your company had been working remotely all this time or was it a something that you had to implement because of the pandemic and other environmental issues perhaps. Yeah definitely Well thanks for the intro. I started this agency eight years ago so twenty thirteen and the reason i started was Actually i i worked in advertising sales for ten years and the instead longest in was working at yellow pages for five years and i did work in a corporate environment. I went into the office couple times a week But i had a book of business so it was more of a freedom kinda urine sales environment but it was more my independent business portfolio book of business by went in service clients so the last two years at yellow pages. I actually was home-based remote. So i had an idea of how to structure my day how to be disciplined how to perform well Being really focused on metrics right count ability. Making sure that i delivered on all the you know whatever was renewables or up sales or whatever my my boss at the time manager directors advised me to hit targets so fast forward when i first started the company as a business owner now. I didn't even know how to run a business. I was new at everything and just jumping into business. Ownership is completely different mindset as running and working as an employee because all the structures were in place all the processes procedures all the departments. Were already there. So when i first started. It was a little bit more challenging. Getting my foot off the ground. Yes i was a sales. Were up so it was out there selling. But they didn't know how to do all the stuff in the back end. So i had to harvest and learn all that the reason i started a hiring remote was costs mainly and getting understanding what it took when i first started You know working remote in at yellow pages. And i was looking for very specific skill sets based on what i harvest right so i learned a lot in terms of like hiring training evolving. My my staff. And i found that anyone in the world can work in this industry right because it is online marketing digital advertising and as long as customers get good results digitally. They don't really know or care where you're located. I'm very upfront and honest and pure in terms of letting people know anything. They want in terms of my industry. My business and how it operates how he got started but honestly clients all they care about is results who you are as a business person in a human. You know the the leader of it all manning the ship and what is your track record. What is success stories and if you can prove to customers that you know what you're doing and you can get good success and results. They will vet and user gut to decide if they wanted to choose you over someone else. So i've learned that over the years like just yourself right. They either like your and same with harvesting good employees. That are remote. Just be honest right. Let people in on what you're doing they either are with you in terms of value wise and your your leadership and your you know your company or not right and that's okay because there's a lot of people out there that are willing to jump with your your company or not same with clients like the not everyone's going to be a great client. You just learning revolve over the years. So what i find interesting in listening to your story that you know you just started out remote because you've had that experience with yellow pages and then it sounds like that there might have been some education of potential clients and customers but we work remotely whatever. And what's interesting is from. The internal side were hearing from from individuals who are looking to find new employment because their current employer is insisting that they come into work in person and these employees. Don't feel comfortable. And so they're leading. And so what. I find interesting. Is you as an organization may have had to educate your clients about. Here's the value of us working remotely and and the fact that you're looking at the end game. The results are happy clients. Who are well served and does it matter how they are being starved. Zombie well-served so that's the external part. On what you had to say about those companies who internally or say no. Don't we have to be in person and love to lead it. Yeah it all depends on corporate culture. Right it all depends on what's mandated at the top and for more tech startups and companies are more advancing in terms of pro. Just being more forward thinking. I i would say because peop- there's going to be a generation of people that are old school mentality. They're so used to go into a factory. Going to large corporate multinational company with a structure. They clock in clock out. They want to be completely in control and they want to know that even though there might not be as productive they see them. They're right and it's more of a control thing. However i look at more. Like i want the best in terms of my staff wellbeing productivity and less stress and i feel if you harvest a good work environment they will stick with you for a lot longer because you're looking after them and it's more of a good fit for both parties so it all depends right because again do factory kind of work environment or even give you an example. My wife works at a bank. And it's a very large top. Five banks in canada corporate structure and she you know has been working in the office for the last fifteen years during this pandemic. She's move to more homebase because of the situation and we just have to adapt to it and she found that at the beginning was challenging. Because we have a child at home it was more about trying to work around life. Dif- different things that are thrown at us all right But as the months and months gone she found a groove h. He found like you wake up a little bit later. You get more sleep. You're less stressed commuting into the office instead of spending forty five minutes to an hour getting on a train or driving to the office. She saves at my having slow. You know having coffee or breakfast in the morning spending more time less stressed right being as productive as she was in the office but just using technology for you know meetings yes. You don't get that social interaction where you go out for coffee and lunch with people. But maybe there's pros and cons to that as well because when you're done doing that copy break it takes you a you know. Ten fifteen minutes to get back in the groove of actually focusing on productive were but now you're onus is doing ed at work at home and you will productive because you can actually. There's no less distractions. I would say right. And you can actually focus. So i've harvested alive these traits over the years of doing this and even prior yellow pages and whatnot So i've i've kinda got a good groove by doing this for over ten years now right and it takes time and it's not for everyone and it's totally okay to acknowledge that and employees employers. They have to realize there's going to be different types of people for different positions and they have to accept it. They got a fine good matches. Good alignment and focus on. What is the end. Goal is

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TV Dinners

Gastropod

08:38 min | Last month

TV Dinners

"How has food. Tv changed over time. And how has it changed us. All not just us gastropod. That's right. you're listening to gastropod the podcast. That looks at food through the lens of science and history. I'm cynthia graber. And i'm nicola twilley and this episode. We're taking a spin around the dial which sounds medieval but believe us when we say. Tv's used to not have remotes. You had to literally spin odile. Even i barely remember those wild and wonderful days. This episode is supported in part by cabot. Creamery cabot is a co-op of new england and new york dairy farmers who make award winning cheeses with pure rich milk straight from family farms their specialty cheeses include unique flavors like roasted garlic cheddar and their team of cheese graders indirect with every batch to ensure award-winning quality. Go to cabinet. She's dot com to find out where to buy cabot near you there. You'll also find pairings how to videos and delicious comfort food recipes like the best mac and cheese and more the first thing to know about the very earliest food. Tv wasn't actually on tv. It was on the radio almost as soon as a radio came into being in the nineteen twenties in the us food radio came into being. It was a really easy way for programs to be created because they were easy and cheap. They were obvious outlets for advertising for sponsorship for food products and appliances. So that's where we saw food before. Tv was even a twinkle in the eye. Kathleen collins is a librarian and professor at john jay college of criminal justice and she's the author of the book watching what we eat. The evolution of television cooking shows the stars of these very first food shows. Were hardly stars in today's cents. These radio shows were unglamorous. It was all teaching housewives. How to economize and optimize and generally do all their chores. Better one of the not remotely. Glamorous stars was a woman named and sammy who we can only imagine was supposed to be the wife of uncle sam which is kind of disturbing. She wasn't actually a person. It was a program delivered by an arm of the. Usda and the she was not just one person but several different actors around the country. Adopting regional accents similarly a figure. That's much more well known was betty crocker. She actually started on the radio and like aunt. Sammy was played by many different actresses and she was one of the first we. Could i guess call her one of the first cooking teachers in broadcasting And we have some fun you one for. You are cooking lessons. This week is on some new christmas cookies. And besides that with sending seven ethically recipes to order numbers of schools who had indicated that they want the wednesday menu ambassador. I hope you'll be sure to watch for them on. Sammy's show was called housekeepers. Chat and betty crocker's was the slightly more enticing cooking school of the air. That sounds as though it was all about meringues and souffles and all things fluffy which it decidedly was not and then the very first television station came into being in the nineteen twenties though at the time the technology was still super experimental and people did not have. Tv's in their homes yet. Even as late as nineteen fifty only nine percent of american homes had a tv set. Foot made the jump to tv before. Tv even made the jump to people's living rooms so more megan was thirst. Tv shafran her snapple titled Tv show was called suggestions for dishes to be prepared and cooked in fifteen minutes and that demonstrated single ring. Cookery back in hundred thirty six. This is julie smith. She's a food writer. And podcast and the author of a new book called taste and the tv chef and she's british so i will translate for her single ring. Cookery means the kind of thing you can make on just one burner in your bed. Sit which is british for a studio apartment. Thanks for the cross pen translation of my uses as well as my bizarre accident. True also interesting. Megan was doing this. Fifteen minute meal about eighty years. Before jamie oliver's tv show and book of the same title. We have a picture of her filming her show dressed in. What looks like a raincoat on our website. Glamour personified where was i but by the nineteen forties food. Tv show started showing up for real in the us to the shows were cheap to produce and they were sponsored by kitchen and food companies and they were pretty boring. It was a very practical probably rather dry and yet a lot of the airtime was filled with these programs in different markets around the country. These shows obviously targeted at women most. Tv's at the time. Were actually in public places rather than homes especially bars where there weren't a lot of housewives. There was a show actually the first national televised. Tv show was james beard and it started in the mid nineteen forties and despite everything i just said about how most of the tv shows and the radio shows were led by home. Economists james beard was not a home economist. He was a gourmet and he was really all about the food and so it was a little strange to have this show on. Tv in a bar being watched by men james beard was kind of a one off for a long time but still here we go right off the bat you can see a gender divide in food tv women were the ones who were proper and teaching viewers had cook the man a ormond. Just appreciate food for food. Food was a chore for women and a pleasure for men until the only lucas came along. So diani lucas. Like james beard was a bit of an anachronism. She was a cordon bleu trained chef. Who was born in. Britain came from a very artistically oriented family. Do you only had a restaurant and cooking school in new york and she treated the kitchen as her art studio. it was her serious creative outlet. Her recipes were complex and mostly french. And they took a lot of time to make she was also kind of a taskmaster her british accent and her scraped back hair and she did not cut corners. But kathleen says the. Tony did occasionally have a little sparkle in her eye. Like when she told viewers to use as much rama's they liked or needed in their cribs. Suzanne that show was on the evening and prime time and it ran from nineteen forty seven until nineteen fifty-six but she was kind of ahead of her time. I would not be surprised if many of your listeners have never heard of the oni lucas. She just came along at the wrong time for the public. Viewing audience at diani did have a big influence on one particularly important person. Julia child the french chef. I'm doolittle she was a california girl. She was not a spy for the cia before being cooking show guru as many people think she was a research assistant at the oh s the precursor to the cia but she was really one of these happy accidents. She married paul child who had a foreign service assignment. in france. They moved to france and she fell in love with food. And she got herself trained. You know at the core blows school which was really challenging as a woman and she just became. You know a master in nineteen sixty one. Julia published a book with two other. Women called mastering the art of french. Cooking it is eight home and that seven hundred fifty. Two page book provided the kick. That landed julia in front of millions of viewers happen was. Julia was doing the rounds promoting her book and she'd been invited onto a book show hosted by a local professor on w. g. b. h. Which is the boston public. Tv station and she decided she didn't want to just talk with the professor. She wanted to cook. She wanted to teach him how to make a proper french omelette. The professor wasn't a particularly skilled cook in this live tv cooking class but people wrote into the show after it aired. They called julia a hoot and the producer thought. Julia was incredibly well-spoken so gbh gave her her own show. It would eventually become the french chef. The show was a huge hit. It was on national. Tv for three decades and it not only made julia household name but it also kind of launched the modern era of food

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Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

"The with kevin mason every now and then when it comes to home fix up projects you get lucky and every now and then you don't get so lucky other day our garage door opener that kind of sits on the outside of the garage door the one you can just walk the keypad and go in was broken. Obviously it was a bad battery. No big deal. I'm going to replace the battery. Of course when i tried to do that. The leads to the battery broke. Didn't want to have to put on new leads for that. Little nine volt batteries order. They do go out and found a new replacement for the garage door. Opener super should be easy. But as i found over the years it's so simple projects. That should be easy. That often aren't in my case yesterday. I got lucky went out and finally did the quick adjustment got it all set up and actually got reprogrammed and was in and out in about ten fifteen minutes. I got lucky this time. Of course with that said the exhaust fan in our master bathroom. It's going bad starting to get noisy to have to be replaced. Will it be easy. I've got my fingers crossed. The last project was easy. Who knows how the next one is going to be. Isn't that always the case.

Kevin Mason
Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Every Now And Then (MM #3603)

"The with kevin mason every now and then when it comes to home fix up projects you get lucky and every now and then you don't get so lucky other day our garage door opener that kind of sits on the outside of the garage door the one you can just walk the keypad and go in was broken. Obviously it was a bad battery. No big deal. I'm going to replace the battery. Of course when i tried to do that. The leads to the battery broke. Didn't want to have to put on new leads for that. Little nine volt batteries order. They do go out and found a new replacement for the garage door. Opener super should be easy. But as i found over the years it's so simple projects. That should be easy. That often aren't in my case yesterday. I got lucky went out and finally did the quick adjustment got it all set up and actually got reprogrammed and was in and out in about ten fifteen minutes. I got lucky this time. Of course with that said the exhaust fan in our master bathroom. It's going bad starting to get noisy to have to be replaced. Will it be easy. I've got my fingers crossed. The last project was easy. Who knows how the next one is going to be. Isn't that always the case.

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The Biggest Mistakes People Make During Negotiations with Kwame Christian M.A. Esquire

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

06:07 min | Last month

The Biggest Mistakes People Make During Negotiations with Kwame Christian M.A. Esquire

"Would you say. Kwami is the one single most important thing that we need to know to become a better negotiator. Basically sum up your entire world in one sentence. Here i guess is what we're asking easy easy you're always negotiating that's really it. And so the name for my podcast negotiate. Anything for the reason that i want. People to recognize that they're constantly negotiating. So the definition. I like to use for negotiation. Is anytime you're in a conversation and somebody wants something and so constantly negotiating so whenever. I am doing these trainings and i ask them. When they're negotiating they always start off with family. I then friends and then people at work. And then even if it's procurement people are negotiating deals or real estate folks. Then it gets those type of external negotiations and so the people were going to negotiate with the most are the people who are closest to us and so the number one thing that people need to recognize when it comes to negotiation is that negotiation is everywhere. That's one of the biggest barriers people have is that they have low negotiation awareness. They don't know when they're negotiating and if you don't know you're negotiating then you don't know to use the skills. I love that. Because i know so many people that we talked to in. They're like well. How do i practice my negotiation. I don't get into enough situations like contractors or with business partners or with vendors. That i feel like i can practice enough and i think you just said it perfectly there. You should be practicing every day whether you're talking to your kids whether you are at a restaurant and trying to order something that might not be on the menu anytime you're talking to somebody in either side. What something. It's a great way to put that you're always negotiating to. There's always the opportunity to practice. You have to put yourself in the mindset that is negotiation absolutely and i remember i was listening to one of your episodes before i think it was on the ship. Bigger pockets episode and carol. One of the things you mentioned. Was that the simplest thing you can do to practice you. Negotiate digest practice listening. Not talking in a conversation and it's really hard to do and it's so hard that i created a challenge just for myself maybe i'll make it public something like that. But it's just the listening challenge and i remember. I have a five year old and around the holidays. My son was acting up a bit in school. And so i said you know what i'm to take him to work with me and i will bore him to death and then he will appreciate school more. My mom thought it was a horrible idea and says she started off the conversation. Just criticizing me. And i said oh. This is an opportunity to practice. Okay so for fifteen minutes straight fifteen minutes straight. i didn't say anything other than summarizing. What she said asking. If i understood correctly and then asking what else fifteen minutes straight didn't say anything and i was dying inside. I want to make it abundantly clear. So it's not easy not easy at all to do and so we got to that fifteen minute point and she's like. Are you going to say anything. I said listen. Mom i just wanna listen. I am here to just hear your perspective. What else do you want to say. And then once. I got to the point where she said nope that's it. I said okay. Would you like to hear my perspective. Sure and then. I gave my perspective. She agreed right now. If you think about that conversation if i would have started off if if i would have started off that conversation would not have gone very well right but i went through that painful process of listening for the moment because it was effective in the moment but also thinking long term. This is a practice opportunity. If i can do it in this moment it'll be a lot easier in the future. And then at the end of the conversation. I asked her for feedback. I said how did you feel during this conversation. What could i have done differently. What could've done better. I'm seriously thinking about every single conversation whether it's with my five year old my wife and my mom whoever it is as a practice opportunity because it makes those bigger than more transactional negotiations a lot easier. I want to suggest that. Everybody just hit rewind ninety seconds or one hundred twenty seconds and listen to that again because if you learn nothing else from this episode that's going to change your negotiation ability right there. That's gonna take ten times better. I heard a quote the other day. And unfortunately i can't remember who said it and so who attributed to but something along the lines of most of us when we are listening to somebody else auk were thinking most of the time about what we're going to say next as opposed to what they are saying and when we do that. We don't really get the other person's viewpoint we don't really comprehend what they're saying. We're just thinking about how we're going to argue it and how we're gonna get our point across and so what you said was so important. I do wanna go back to one thing because you had an amazing nugget in there that you kind of glossed over. But i think is super important. I'd love for you to expand on it if you don't mind but you talked about during that fifteen minute conversation with your mom. You were reiterating back to her. Your interpretation of what she was saying and it wasn't just is a time filler. Wasn't just for you to have something to say. What was your reason for. Taking the time and reiterating back to her. What you thought she was saying. It's called the empathy loop and so what you do. Is you summarize what the person says and you do by saying this. it's a really simple format. Correct me if i'm wrong but it sounds like you're saying x. y. z. Is that correct. And then you give them the opportunity to correct you and so this serves two purposes number one. It shows that you're listening and number two. It gets you points for listening. I think about it in terms of a game right where the other side is the referee. It doesn't matter if you're listening if they don't believe that you are in fact listening right and so what i do there is. I say yeah. Am i right there. And then they could either say yes or no and the added psychological bonuses. This people feel like they are in control when they have the opportunity to correct you. Think about it as a child and a parent who's correcting in school teacher versus student. Who's correcting who right. And so i'm saying you correctly. I'm giving you the power in this. Interaction makes them feel safer. Makes them trust you more and makes them feel more in control. Even though i'm not really conceding anything by doing that.

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Serie A Race Tightens

ESPN FC

03:04 min | Last month

Serie A Race Tightens

"We saw in italy where a c milan are windsor. Champions at the halfway stage in syria they are top of the table. Two points clear of into despite the fines. They lost three now at home against atalanta. Insecurity manage a nil nil draw. Meanwhile away against 'euthanazi and romo a seven goal thriller against four three moving them up to third in the table. It's welcoming shall we shoot robson show robot. Let's start with milan against atalanta talk about impressive. The visitors are brilliant. That difficult i ten or fifteen minutes but once they start planning football and they get illegit you vote and he kept on coming in off of that right hand side onto his left. The patter led the line brilliantly. Froylan back in midfield ghosts down one side patty board down the other three centre backs defended really well as well as i've seen the defend for quite some well they dominated the game. I mean thrown in midfield kept on making challenges and milan could get into their front plays enough. So he was at the game for long periods the young plas- planning behind him and mehta and on the other side castillejo. They couldn't get involved in the game for once able to dominate midfield so brilliant performance by its atlanta and now the informed seem at the moment and if they depict their best side against tonight as a earlier on earlier this week and last week they would be right up with the front runners of course is at the moment who are the front runners. I it's interesting is this same regressing to the mean slightly robots. Yes they're a good side but not a great side you know when you go abraham of issues who's thirty nine and he's Lead the line. The three young players played in behind on several different occasions came on on. He's going to be quite good enough to take them to the next level. Amac is got saints off last week. And he's quite good enough at the moment guests. The good game in midweek against calgary didn't play whatsoever today. May you make these Food first full appearance didn't really impress. So they're they're aside. That can improve. But let's do what some young players that needs to improve quickly to narnia didn't think dominated the midfield. And that's what kissy had a problem today. Impressive milano after that defeat which not forget. It was their first domestic defeat against events as they bounced by. Didn't they they got the win. Against torino gonna win against cavalry as well so after this defeat robbo you would be hoping for the same sort of mentality going forward. You think they can get themselves together. They can regroup because it's against the small teams in which they've picked up those crucial points this season. I need some of that players. Back the nia challinor who need right. But you wanted to substitute. He'll you him back. The got manzu kitchen now to help out ibrahimovic if he if he needs to be swapped any point so i think they've got the mentality pill has done a really good job mentally with them. He's a good coach as well. They got the you know exactly what they're trying to do but he's also got them on that even kill so when they lose games they don't panic too much. They come back again. So i think they'll they'll certainly putting performances but i still don't think they're quite good enough to win syria

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Country Before Party

Latino Rebels Radio

04:46 min | Last month

Country Before Party

"Okay so like i said we have congressman castro's in d. c. The reason why. I wanted to bring him on it actually. I wanted to talk to him at the start of the joe biden transition and then the capital attack happen and then i found out during this whole impeachment proceeding that. He was one of the nine impeachment. Manager's name by speaker of the house. Nancy pelosi and i said i gotta talk to representative castro who represents the twentieth congressional district in texas and on wednesday before talked to him. He was on the floor of the house during the second impeachment. Vote and this is what he said. Donald trump is the most dangerous man to ever occupy the oval office. I wanna take you back one week ago. Today when people were barging through these doors breaking the windows with weapons armed pipebombs coming here to harm all of you to harm the speaker to harm the senate. Let me ask you a question. What do you think they would have done if they had gotten in. What do you think they would have done to you. And who you think sent them here. The most dangerous man to ever occupy the oval office if inciting a deadly insurrection is not enough to get a president impeached. Then what is all of us. Must answer that question today. The constitution requires us to impeach and remove. Donald john trump. So here is the conversation that i had on wednesday evening literally about fifteen minutes after the house of representatives voted to impeach donald trump for the second time congressman castro was in his office in dc. And i was in my latino rebels studio in an undisclosed location. So here's the conversation. First of all thank you so much for saying yes to this. I'm honored that you said. I'm talking to julio before anybody so that means a lot all right so here. We go representative castro. Were talking literally right after the vote to impeach. Donald trump for the second time happened before we get into the events of this wednesday. Can you talk to me about the events of last wednesday and what. It really meant being there. Because i honestly feel congressman. That people are starting to forget what's happening and it's only been a week. Can you tell me what went on. Since the election for weeks months actually donald trump had been saying that he won the election and that it was stolen from him and that he wanted landslide and finally asked his supporters to come to washington on january six and the president held a rally and he repeated those claims about this idea that he was denied a second term in the presidency. And of course these are supporters who were die hard supporters of donald trump. So the idea to them that the guy that they trust is saying these democrats the election from me that incited them to march to the capital and for some of them to become violent and engage in an insurrection. Attempted coup at the united states capitol takeover the senate floor and try to make their way into the house chamber and so it was very scary and intense period. I was in my office in the rayburn building and There were in the halls in the tunnels police officers. Who were frantic. Who were asking everybody to lockdown and shelter in place because the security has been breached by that point and it turns out but it was actually even worse than we imagine. People were armed. Some of them had arms. Five people lost their lives that day. It so this will go down as an ugly tragic and sad moment in american democracy in american history.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Tweeted. Thank you for this episode. There are many commonalities to northeast. Calgary a kobe. Nineteen hotspot here. In alberta and sadly our premier has emphasized social gatherings as the problem big sigh and finally on facebook. Jenny put said this great episode. It really illuminated the many causes behind high covert rates in some communities and dispelled a lot of myths. Thanks to all of you for commenting on last week's show. That's our show this week. If you wish to comment email us at white coat at cbc dot ca. I'm on twitter at night shift. Md and the show is at cdc white coat also on facebook. If you wanna listen to our live or on demand anytime make sure you download the cbc. Listen app you can also get the shows a podcast at i tunes and elsewhere while you're there subscribe to the dose the show where we answer your most pressing health questions this week. I'm joined by steve. Jordan's a psychology professor at the university of toronto scarborough. He helps answer the question. How can i stay. Mentally and emotionally healthy as kobe. Disrupts the holidays. And if you're looking for more health news subscribe to cbs's weekly health. Newsletter second opinion go subscriptions dot cbc dot ca white coat. Black art was produced this week by senior producer. Donna dingwall with help from suggest. Berry jeff goods finish jahic and digital writer brandy waikele. Thanks to our sound engineer. Louder antonelli that's medicine from my side of the gurney. I'm brian goldman. We're in this together..

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"That's the first time I heard it. Okay, I dude for those of you weeks with this scrubs cue. Go On for a really long time until finally. We started making fun of it so much. Yeah, jd starts commenting on the. Right and it gets taken out of the show. Because of that I think what happened was. Taken out or I don't know composer. The composer made it like a handful of. And, these guys just use the same shoes over and over again. There's not that many other you know when we don't use music. There's not that many scrubs cues bound bound. That'd be like a sting when something funny happening to just go. After something Robert said. Mash said. But nine benign and a half Dow. But that's the janitor benign, benign and a half. Donald I thought that was. The episode where? I catch a look at the janitors penis and I and I noticed that there's a mole on it and I. Have to inspect it and I go. It's benign, and he goes benign, benign and a half I got. Tired that's. That's hilarious. and. Like I said I. Don't remember that show. I was on and I. Don't remember much about it well. That's the show, guys. That's the episode. Pretty much. Yeah Judy, will you? Will you come do this more because I think we really like having you on I? Hope I can speak for my co host Donald Things. I would love it if you came back. Anytime you want to, and we'll make that happen and judy. Since you are one of my favorite guests to ever be on our little podcast, and also because you have a beautiful voice I thought you could be the first one to ever count us in to our our theme song that ends the show. Donald. Prefers to go five six, seven eight. I I don't know how you feel. You can count in any way you so choose. It's five six seven eight. Okay Yeah Donald. However you want to do it. It's all right. It's like. Six seven eight. That's real good. That'll work DECA work. Okay, but let's do it for real now. Okay, here we go. That was pretty good. Okay, but I wanted yeah. Judy Reyes. We love you. Thank you for coming on the PODCAST. into our, theme song. Seven. Stories.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Now and my husband. Who's like a sucker is hard like that? And he's like my daughter and I get it. Do you know what I mean was like I get it. You know as a person who wants approval can be So satisfied with being liked and everybody being okay with a you know thinking that you're good or or being a approved by everyone around instead of knowing that they're the job that they're doing is a good job or knowing that what you did was well done instead of people liking you or liking. What you did you know. And that's a really hard place to be when you have to look at yourself. You know what I'm saying. I'm watching those shit. That was so good which Johnny see is like no one's harder on Johnny Seven Janis Z. He really brought it. I mean I I thought you know. It's a pretty big speech. He had and he just got goosebumps when I was watching it. He's relentless like that there. A funny moment in nineteen forty nine when Elliot offers to give your friend valium a doctor's allowed to do that like your friend is upset because her son. Got Stabbed. And don't worry we're going to set you up with the volume in an IV drip. I was like well. That's the thing that I mean if it's not it should be because I would need it if my kid got stabbed. I'm GonNa tell you that right now. I just did shit. I didn't know if you're I just didn't know. Doctors are allowed to like just start throwing around volume for people that are upset. Well at the stuff that's out now. That's like nothing to Zanex his. I'm worried about I'm going to set you up in a room with valium and a drip was like really go. Elliot Inner City Hospital with people pouring out the doors for you. That's what's messed up. It's an inner city hospital. That's so heavily that so heavily relies on insurance was twenty years ago. Phase on his saying the is still prevalent. This is still real today. Just keeping one hundred and nineteen fifty-eight it may be the very first occurrence of the SCR. Sad SCRUBS Q. But A. That's the first time I heard it. Okay I dude for those of you weeks. He's with this will go on for a really long time until finally we started making fun of it so much. Yeah but jd starts commenting on the right and it gets taken out of the show because of that. I think what happened was taken out or I don't know composer. The composer made it like a handful of cues and these guys just use the same shoes over and over again. There's not that many other you know when we don't use music there's not that many scrubs cues bound bound. That'd be like a sting when something funny happening to just go after something. Robert said Mash. Said benign benign and a half Dow. But that's the janitor. Benign benign and a half Donald. I thought that was the episode where I catch a look at the janitors penis and I and I noticed that. There's a mole on it and I have to inspect it and I go. It's benign and he goes benign benign and a half. I got tired. That's that's hilarious. And like I said I don't remember that show I was on and I don't remember much about it. Well that's the show guys. That's the episode. Pretty Much Yeah Judy will you? Will you come do this more because I think we really like having you on? I hope I can speak for my co host. Donald things. I would love it if you came back anytime you want to. And we'll make that happen and judy. Since you are one of my favorite guests to ever be on our little podcast and also because you have a beautiful voice. I thought you could be the first one to ever count us in to our our theme song that ends the show. Donald prefers to go five six seven. Eight I I don't know how you feel. You can count in any way you so choose. It's five six seven eight. Okay Yeah Donald however you want to do it. It's all right. It's like six seven eight. That's real good. That'll work DECA work. Okay but let's do it for real now. Okay here we go. That was pretty good. Okay but I wanted. Yeah Judy Reyes. We love you. Thank you for coming on the podcast to our theme song. Seven.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

11:27 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"All right. How about another question because now it looks like your face has has settled in a little bit. You're not stunned as much anymore. I is knocking I I. I don't know if I have another question. Do you have any questions how about you? Would you guys ever considered doing a live taping so that we could go in and see you and I'm sure obviously after all the covid nineteen stuff that you know well ahead? You'RE GONNA say Donald Donald What to do that. We just don't know when all of this is GonNa go away. You know what I mean. I don't know where you guys are in Los Angeles right now and we have strict policies in Los Angeles as we should you know? We have a lot of covert patients here. And so I don't know well even Cova side I i. There's no plans to do anything like that. And in fact you know scrubs was shot like a film not In from an audience. Although as you recall we did that. that one. Sitcom Spoof where we did it in front of a live audience. Yeah that was the tile good. That was a lot of fun is Never Donald his done sitcoms before. I had never done a sitcom you know. I mean I did pilot and I guess star and I had done theater but but there was a really fun doing that. That do you guys remember that I. I just remember thinking like Oh now. I see the allure of doing the comments. Such a high. The audience is so amped up cold. And they've got a lot of sugar and his laugh at whatever you do and and we obviously it was a well written episode so it was genuinely funny but I remember really thinking like Oh that could be fun to do. Are you guys in the medical industry at all? I'm just curious because you're such enormous fans. Oh no no no. I was military for army for a little bit. But you guys live northern California. Patterson it's right up the five on the other side of the bay area. Oh so you guys are in the bay area and a half hours if you guys can make time you're cooking which are cooking tonight. Tacos goes is Wednesday leftovers over. Let's head up their driving separate cars. And we'll sit in here in your backyard. Opening maintained safe distancing. I promise you guys thank you so much. For what a great surprise and and pleasure so and Tiffany. You are a good wife. I gotTa say surprise. Yeah I'm never going to have to buy anything ever again. I'm just GonNa take a picture that and that's it every year number. Twenty twenty take picture. Now let's take the picture to let me get. Let me get married before you got some. Okay make sure you get Joel. Two and that's how low is remember that several always remember them accidentally did airplane mode heard. He's like screams Omega. Wow this guy is you. Were just totally awesome and thank you for doing this. We Room watching the show listening to the PODCAST. It's just us. I'm right now thank you. We're having so much fun. Doing it means a lot to love and listening and please stay safe up there and enjoy Taco Wednesday. We healthy fake you guys. Who GOES BY TACTICALLY? You're supposed to hang up but you forever. I like it. I like it judy. Let's do that. You'RE NOT GONNA curly hair. Say No but really hang up now because we got a recipe. Get the fuck out. Love your thank you. Thank you welcome Josh. That was great. Well well I don't know how a caller can I mean. You really brought it. I don't know how anyone is ever going to compete with that. You really quickly get some tips. If you guys want to write in the letter make sure your subject. Line is just really expressive. That's GONNA pop out it's like we have thousands and thousands of letters people wanting to call in. And so just you know whatever you can put your question if you have a good one if you have a good story. I'll probably wait till we surprise someone so don't try to set. Say That up just yet. Tap Dat pitches. Well listen we should. We should remind people if you do all even though Joel. Say she's getting thousands of if you do WANNA ask a question You write an email to scrubs iheart at gmail.com find a way to stand out and it'll all be up to joe wells eyeballs. Who GETS TO COME ON? Yeah don't blame me if you call in and you try to call in or you'd send email and you don't get a response. Yes not my fault. Well you're not gonNA believe this but Donald's not the one sifting through the thousands of emails. You blamed Joe L. Played well you gotta put some bass in your face and your voice your golf and no banana tailpipe. You're not gonNA fall on the TAILPIPE. I ain't GonNa much no banana not one. So it's GonNa say something. I was to say something notes. I'm so impressed. I always have no season from. I always have not good. I didn't know that you're always rocking notes. I just thought you were making drinks over there in the cloud. Boy Oh boy oh boy Dr Turk- Turkey call him. Dr Turk now. Brian Not terkel ten. So does this mess up the lore. That Kelso doesn't know Turks last name was Turkington and he's just calling him Dr Turk like he would call Dr Dorian doctor he would therefore be calling Dr and Dr John or did they decide somewhere down the line. This is a good bill lawrence question. They decided somewhere down the line that Kelso just forgot Turks name altogether okay. We'll ask build here Joel What was what was the intention. I imagine that someone just missed it and and decided it would be funny later on if if Kelso had no idea what your name and thought your name was Turkey Turkington funny. That's that's one of the funniest that's one. That's another thing that I've really loved. I've been spewing about this Judy because I really feel like our relationship is the one I mean yet. They follow Jd Elliott throughout the show but our relationship from the gate from the beginning of the show til season eight is is. You know you watch it. Grow and by EPA season three when we finally get into the wedding in all of that stuff. I really felt like it was earned by the time we got there. You know what I mean like. We had been through so many characters had been through so many things. And so you know when I look back at all of this stuff when I look back at me singing Mrs Jones. And Me Know Me hiding in your in your closet at your mom's house and then when you finally decide to move in you know there's a break-up between Turk and Carla all of that stuff before they get married I feel like it's really earned and I don't necessarily remember how the episode of US getting married turns out but I just remembered feeling so epic shooting at you know what I mean because all of this stuff that we had been through in the first few seasons were coming to a head at at that point and I just felt like our romance on the show was just I said it to bill I. I thought it was perfect. You didn't you didn't necessarily need to watch the show to understand that. Turk and Carla. Were the word the long together. Yeah strengthen the foundation. Yeah a part of that like an an essence kind of like the way. The episode ends It's kind of like the reason you belong in this place in the way. He's people like a family. It's kind of like you know. They're like that parental force that place that you belong the reason that you feel like you go there. You know what I mean like meant to be you know. Despite the fuck up said the breakup and the ups the downs. They're funny together. They understand each other. He's Silly where she's a little too serious because you can't have them both be silly at the same time you know what I mean. She's she's got Grounds him she grounds him and she growls like a lot of other people. You know what I made where she begs to be light when she's not you know she has to like loosen up. Sometimes you know what I mean where she teaches people about the place that they're in Rhino. Where she where she has to be taken out of there sometimes can like. Cox has to be taken out of there. Sometimes you know what I mean. So it's the the they pull each other out of where they are and they bring each other to where they have to be very much in an young. I remember somebody asking me. What do you have in common with your wife and I was like? I don't have that much in common with my wife to be honest with you. We do love each other passionately and stuff like that. That's the one thing we do have in common. But we're not necessarily the same people and I think that's very much the same with Chris. Turk and Carla. I think that the two of them they might be both from the inner. I don't even know that Turkish from the inner city I know Carl from the inner city but Turk in this episode. We discover that he was always the black dude in this situation. You know what I mean even Science Fair where they give him the blue ribbon even though he didn't compete in the science fair and also at college because they weren't a lot of black kids at the college they put them in the brochure twice. But Anyway my point is their personalities aren't necessarily the same but they complement each other so well is like you in case. I mean it's funny. You say that 'cause you guys are so perfect together but yeah is the perfect completely different way to putting so different yeah. I think that's what worked about. Carlin Turk collars so serious and Turk such a fucking goofball but you put them together and you get like the perfect couple. I wanted to touch on the scene with Jani. Berates me. Eight hundred eighteen In the conference I thought Johnny's performance. There was really really good. And it's a really powerful scene was an early moment in scrubs lane out there. There's no score that sort of forcing your your your emotions. It was just like him just laying in to me. I thought he was really good there. I thought he was great in it and I I watched it twice the episode and I remember when I first when what I do remember about the episode and having when I saw initially it was like. He's just so hard on him no apparent.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"I might be wrong. I don't know all we definitely went for to shoot same with the blue man group and then we stayed in had a party right. Yeah no that was. The RAP party was the rap party and the blue man group thing the same trip no two trips to Vegas. There was like three or four trips. Hot on a good deal great deal. I wonder last. That's another question win last time any of you have been vegas. I don't think it's wise for me to go to Vegas anymore. Yeah when I went to Vegas and I think Bill was is like I've never played poker. I've never played let is combine. You can do it you can do. You can do it. And I played and beat him and he got pissed. That's the bill. Lawrence says one of the best quotes about Vegas that I always think about and he goes. I've never had a good second night in Vegas get going at the fuck out and get out get out Donald. I once went to Vegas Donald and John's one many. I've been to Vegas many times with Donald but once he we're playing blackjack and he got crushed and he went upstairs and went to sleep. It was like nine thirty so mad that how badly he got beaten blackjack that he just he's had dismounted and and I don't think you came back out. You went to bed at nine thirty. I came out the next day. I mentioned that the pool the next day. A good night's sleep. Yeah I wanted to say that that billboard at nine fifty eight the Kelso has made was really up so nowadays that would be a visual effect but back in two thousand one they made that billboard and it was at I remember. It was up for a little while right yeah. I didn't realize that the rainbow flag was behind it though well diversity. I what I thought. The diversity was the fact that a White Guy. A black guy could work at the same hospital together. I had no guy was gay. Guy was down all the posters in the hospital but they left the was up up for one for those were hilarious by the way I wish I was. That was watching this episode. I was GONNA. I wish I one of the souvenir. Ekg GQ would be hanging up in my house to get an Ekg g favor on all. My Gosh. I wanted to say that at ten await is when you get mad at me. We're in the car about the billboard and I do know Mosh to the movie vacation or I go roller. Remember that remember. Remember the vacation. When Chevy Chase's frantically they ended up in a bad neighborhood and they're stealing they're tired they're hubcaps and there's a heat to hear a gunshot and Chevy all them up off the windows. Recognize my Oman's to vacation there and then also said keep it real also said keep it real in the scene where you come where we apologize to each after the fist-bump you said keep it real. You press so bit a bit of an Amish to I would say oh detabe chase not clueless od clueless sorry ten forty one the Sanford and son thing which is pretty funny. I laughed out loud when you did it. Like reluctantly you did. Are Your your sat like I try and get you into the Sanford and son thing and then you sort of do it. Because I can't really help it. Yeah Yeah but it's this end is look on your faces like so reluctant but you can't help it but I can't help it. Birther cuts and then it cuts to vast slapping dance deafness. Yes alright moment. Scrubs history with US bowling dancing and ask slapping bill. Had referenced. You being on the brochure twice. When he's on this is the moment that happens. Eleven thirty four now. He said this was a problem that he some people got mad about it. I'm sure people get mad at everything but I think this was a real story. I think I as I understand. This was taken from a real anecdote where a college gotten caught putting the same person on the on the short twice. We're GONNA take a quick break and we'll be right back. Iheart radio and state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many and wall. Grads may not be walking across one this year. They can get the send-off they've always dreamed of with our new podcast. Commencement featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John Legend. I'm honored to have the chance to speak to to share in the special moment. Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. Chelsea handler dare to do things that scare you. If you can embrace the unknown and fully jump into what life has to offer you. There will be much to celebrate and much to enjoy and cash. Reflect on the work you've done and celebrate moving into your new phase these iconic names all coming together to celebrate you. 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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

07:59 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Can Ice. T know Judy Donald a little worried because earl may go down. We're only like eight episodes in has taken the day drinking. On only on shoot date. Only shoot days I have a feeling by the time we get to episode twenty. He's hammer like and another thing. He's going to be screaming by episode eight. Sure will be off and off. Do you remember that time? We all we all at a bar like Oh, no I won't tell the whole story. But all I know is the Dalai had drunk enough so that his shirt resolving the bar and Bar to the ice bar, so it's there's a room where you go in, and it's nothing but ice and I went in that room shirtless and drank. No, but you were walking around the I mean this was just hilarious. Now I think about it was it was our whole cast and crew and we were all partying. I don't know if it was a rap thing or whatever, but all of a sudden I look over and Don was drunk enough so that he was like having animated discussions without his shirt on in the bar. You remember that. Noughties, stupid things, and my then girlfriend now wife showed up to surprise me, and I was acting a fool the bar. And it ends Oh. Yeah, it's such a good story. I I don't know if you ask Casey if we can have permission Mabel tail on a leader episode. Yeah, Alaska Yeah in the meantime, just know that dial got in trouble and also had insured Oh. Oh. My, GOSH Time Donald got in trouble. That's like if there's a lot that happened a lot I said I'm saying every every episode he. took off. Said part of your when Donald would. Cloth and then if he got to the next level drunk, he'd leave angrily and like sometimes you have angrily with no shirt on, yeah! Right, Dude that how? Donald Nudist. Right he wants walked home so mad. We won't go into the store. Go into this all of it and say that he walked. We live We both lived at the time in the Hollywood hills, and he wants walked home runs home, no-shirt on from a brea and melrose up into the Hollywood hills like there's no sidewalks. People don't walk while hills. This is where Donald Walk, and he was power walking like arms flying mad naked. But I was mad. You, really met. Some. Term of these stories we have to censor. Should we get into the episode? Totally get into. I just wanted to say the first thing that I noticed is that Donald CPR at forty eight seconds is. Would not bring anyone back to life, but I just want to say something a real human being I'm not. Asia out that I know I. Want to tell the audience that it's a tricky thing to give fake CPR. Because if you do CPR for real, you can kill someone so when you watch horrible TV and movie CPR. Sometimes like this but I just wanted to say that I thought you did a particularly bad job. Thank you very much. Thank you? Wasn't real. Jd! There at the time on set to approve the former prime sure, but if you look at if you look at fake cpr all throughout medical TV shows, there's different techniques. And some people just like completely bend their elbows, so none of the pressure goes down on the person's sternum I don't know what Donald's doing here, but I just maybe J.. D. had an emergency. Maybe! He was hung over from the power walking. Yeah. I, don't I. DON'T I don't know why. This is a highlight of this podcast today. We. I'm just saying. Buddy I'm just saying the next time you do PR and one of your projects. You know you can do better. I believe in you are okay. Let's talk about the Holy Inferiority Complex Batman. This is one of some people's favourite. wrote down when I saw that. What one man Robin Starsky and Hutch Hanin Chewy Hand Luke? Turkey and J. D.. Or you're putting up there I'm saying we are ultimate ultimate dynamic duo. I wanted to say that there are certain things that come up all the time in scrubs fan, favourite things they send us gifts, or they sent or I see them on on the interwebs, and this episode has a few of them actually, but that this Batman Holy Infinity Inferiority, complex. Is is one of them. I think it's great. Because then they bumped huge. At least you're not Alfred and then you're kick. That was my best Adam West impersonation ever to don't think I could ever like people like Tokyo, diamond? Adam, west impersonation was better than my Neil. It clearly worse, Robin Young. Your your is so funny. I just haven't frozen on one seventeen and I know that like we weren't. We weren't allowed to do the exact costume again. Because it's parody has to have a little twist on it, but it sure masks so funny. It's like Mardi Gras like Mardi Gras. was. It's like Martin. Because those were the days to whenever we had to do. Like a the SCRUBS, fantasies, or whatever we like always doing. Fantasy and everybody would run down from their dressing rooms and come see everybody. Do the the costumes and the fantasies and I'd be like. You, actually Judy I one thing I wanted to get here. One thing I noticed Judy at three twenty three you you i. mean correct me. If I'm wrong, you weren't. Often in the fantasies. This is one because because I don't know why we can talk about that, but this was one of the early times where you were in there doing that. Throwing stars thing and I'll tell you because I was also listening to when I was listening to the bill podcast I. Remember how you know. Bill always warned us not to go and talk to him about including now. Because he would get phase on. Of talking to him about Shit like that, it would be like you know He would always let me know this your carry. Be carrying the GRAVITAS. And I was like I'm funny got damn. Worried about like. How do I talk to this man about the fact that I'm funny and I want like a fantasy, and you know I. WanNa more jokes and shit you know, and the those would be like, and I would literally sometimes be in my dressing room like try not to cry because I'm about to confront bill. Wanting more another joke or wedding, this or wanting that because I wouldn't WanNa be phase on or some shit. What would you? Would you give yourself a bit of a pep talk and my God? Yeah, and I would like cry in my room before you know it'd be pulling like an Elliott in my room. Yeah, I'd freak out you know, and was he receptive? He was received. I think I have no idea what his reasoning was but I, but it sounds like just from hearing you recount that. That Carla was always the the base of the reality, and and the Gravitas in the drama, so he didn't want her going into being too silly. But it's funny in this episode. You do have some funny as Shit I think totally. I like the Ninja stuff. That was funny. Very Fun walking in with your girlfriend, laughing and everything and then getting caught out. which left. Now I was GONNA say. I didn't recall to be I. Don't recall a lot of I. Say this. Every podcast I don't recall a lot of. SCRUBS when watching it? But I didn't recall that you. An Elliott had such a rocky start. I always thought that you guys had a great relationship but I.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Called flashback a series of stories of unintended consequences. Listen to flashback on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts holy cow I got so many things to say. I got so many things to say. I'm so excited about this episode. Zak Yeah you have no idea this episode. This is a very good episode by the way Judy came for a good one. Yeah not only. Is it a big episode? But this listen man. I feel like I didn't know what I had when I had it. You know what I mean. Colin Turk Carlynn Turk. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh you WanNa talk about good relationship on television and you WanNa talk about a relationship especially at the time that we were filming it. I really needed a relationship like that. Granted my dreams. He lives in the same house as me. She's downstairs right now watching our children. But when I think of Turk and Carla I think of Karla and Youtube Judy as I can acts of mine even though it was just work even though we were working together. It's like I have so many fond memories and I ruined it and I spoiled it by the show going off the air and then we were no longer together and I don't see her anymore. When you see judy now. Do you have the argument? Vapors as Biz Markie said. I caught the vapors when I'm watching scrubs now I'm like oh my gosh. She's so fine. What was I thinking? What did I do? How let that go? That's Okay Carla. Always knew it have to do to get this guy to see what he has always always and she always said it right. Carl away says only. When is he gonNa love.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Five two eight two seven seven we have a gift for giving your never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. B. B. S. good afternoon I'm John Metaxas three things to know it to fifteen number one former mayor Mike Bloomberg preparing for his presidential run college eyes is for his stop and frisk policies as mayor number two Connecticut drops it's planted told New York driver's along interstate six eighty four for the mileage so the road dips into Connecticut Westchester officials had planned to suit and number three the Long Island Rail Road proposes prohibiting cash transactions on trains the proposal would apply to customers making ticket purchases stepping up in off peak ticket to peak and for those looking to extend their trip well it seems to be happening more and more frequently porch pirates are stealing packages that have been delivered to homes on Long Island EE CBS's Sophia whole reports I've spoken to many people over the years who have had packages stolen from their front porches and most told me the same thing I cannot believe it happens on my street but police say it can happen anywhere and recently thieves struck again and west Babylon and in Babylon stealing package after package says Suffolk County police lieutenant Paul Meymeh is definitely a crime of opportunity they seize the boxes they stopped the car and it's it's it's over under a minute he says protect the items you purchased there are some steps people can take Amazon for instance control you can have it shipped to a locker where you go pick it up a secure locker all UPS FedEx sometimes you can request that a signature be required that they don't leave it on your stoop if you have somebody a neighbor whose whole most of the time if you could perhaps have an arranger where you have to deliver to the neighbor's house some people also have items delivered to work Sofia hold the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty there's a new attempt to get homeless people off of New York City streets we get that story from W. CBS's Rachel lamb New York City is asking thousands of its front line employees from firefighters to sanitation workers in parks and health and hospitals personnel to immediately report when they spot homeless people on the street Sir subways literally eighteen thousand more eyes and ears throughout the city able to give us in real time information about what's happening and where we need to go to get homeless folks help and get him off the streets of la Z. O. says those reports will go to a central hub he likens to a war room or an air traffic control tower one place where all the information be collected for wherever there is someone on the street in the whole city at any given moment his honor noted street homelessness is concentrated in Manhattan below ninety sixth street but the beefed up effort will be made city wide at the fourteenth street Y. rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight double the CBS news time to a time now for traffic and weather together here's my point.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Z104

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Z100

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Thinking that would suck to get in the water. When it's been run off one, of the listeners pointed out it's gonna be full, of white muddy and said the sharks like that They don't think to myself you, know what if I just sit in the hotel, room in my wife That's sweet Because the mother goes and the. Kids can she like hangs with. The kids, so well the pools will. Be fine Yeah Get a suite or they have their own. Room we're in the. World same. Room. Yeah Why The. Kids. Yeah. Yeah? What Why yeah. I. Don't. Know Always done? It, and you know We've never really done, that put, them in separate, rooms sexy time My. Mother-in-law perfect the kids for, fifteen minutes Well Tani it's like four minutes is the perfect. Time depends what. Counting you, know what's what counts as you start to finish eight? Minutes Exactly, perfect I read something about fifteen minutes to prep okay Do you feel that you need. Fifteen minutes not me yeah her don't let. Sarah Fifteen. Minutes that's how long you? Should, spend getting getting it ready which. Is an eternity, what is what is it oh just, like getting. Ready getting ready speaking? Of that some some woman did Texan and, say I. Get can I say this I don't know? If you. Have, a question do not Whiskey, whiskey ginger Yeah, that's, yeah Was trying, to say that but I couldn't really, say, because I Oh that one she says whiskey I have more than two drinks. And I'm like. Dead down there and I'm not? Normally, like that now it's not you don't get, any lubrication going no there's not as Okay okay that makes sense so sometimes like it takes him longer. Because he's been. Drinking and it's not going to? Happen, for me anyway What is clearly for you oh God you got it Stone cold sober Well that that that goes right into. The radio report thank you very much yard right into. Your. News report absolutely I'm trying to keep us on time Listening.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And it was me and a group of other folks and everybody was kind of joking and we know we're on death row when all this and you know dead men walking and all that kind of stuff well the more you're down there it's obviously has sort of a weird ceiling and ensure i'm sure some of that psychological due to the fact that you're gonna penitentiary you're somewhere that people have been waiting for years because the odor walks there because this place had been going around eighteen eighty nine and at the end of the hall they have the actual execution room which is where they have old sparky which is the mandate games to chair which is you know it sounds flipping it just that's just the name of god so we would have several guys and they kind of fiddle around with it look at it and it was like now i'm not saying that you know and then that was the thing you want to sit in it and it was kinda like to see who would do it in a couple of guys can i said okay and i it's insensitive you know being fried well i turned communist outside and you know and some i'm and i'm thinking about well i'm the people that were here before me there countdown minutes within probably fifteen minutes of you know crossing over southall what would they do instead okay well obviously your legs be tied against the chair your hands would be tied to the to the arm arm rest and i'm thinking what are you going to be taking those last few minutes you know it's really a kind of dartmoor with all but i was really thinking about this you know trying to because this is an experience most people it's not gonna have you don't just get to go down mess around the electric chair room for good reason you know there's a lot of delicate equipment and they're you know they have to make sure everything's say and so i'm sitting there and then i'm like okay well what would you do right before they flip that last that last witch while i'm thinking just like a kid you know we have to get ready get punched right they're gonna hit you ride you flinched kind of game on if you had that up there you know and if you plan to give your sock in the shoulder or something well right you're gonna tense up you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna lock your body up just like i what you're thinking you're gonna do those thousands of votes of course until you but it's just a it's a instinctual thing so that's what i did and i have gripped up and the the pad or your hand goes under these really weird i don't know what that's about anyway i got up and we're getting ready to leave and i looked up there and there was it was almost sure serrated and i was studying it and i was like like little half months i'm like what in the world did that and then it hit me like little black semi circles and it's like those are fingernail marks any person fried in bakes their nails baked into the bottom of it and so we went on we were talking i was talking to the administrator about you know kind of different especially after i sit in the chair at that it was almost like it felt like it charged something and i said a feels kinda different here and he says oh yes you know the air's real good down here no that's not what i'm talking about calica guys pass me he said that well yeah it's always like that he said you you'll you'll either get used to it or in in accepted as such you won't stick around and and it was like yeah this is what mckay sp and so i went down to the commissary which is where all the officers me and my both eat i mean you kind of all community i mean they have a section and they also have a station but i'm getting ready to eat my food and i'll take a drink of something and i thought was a drink i put it down you know kind of nasa my hands and i realize i can smell that charge skin smell my hands and tommy little sick and i went wash my hands she's lemon juice tomato juice all kinds of stuff you know i mean anything to to knock it smell down and it.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Big 98

"Fifteen minutes the brakes i'll be watching the tv the first time little stronger jeff jay twenty one watching mile away ben trend little more sleep but man go on the chair yeah ben being so damn good at her tony another around here wishing you cow scale hi twenty walks well can you hold a breath i have the rats remain silent between awaited i can u you gong to.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Be fine but the introduction of this fifteen minutes star fifteen minutes session just a practice starts really was addictive of problems they didn't really know how to fix with just trying to give the drivers as much training as possible so that it didn't happen again but as a result we didn't have that incident coming into the was just a rolling start the jewish russell expertly managed and maintained going into the first corner on indeed yes and also what's happened in race number two for example yeah rice number two just try and get the results up here it was sergio satay kamara on the podium in race number two josh russell again doing brilliantly almost very very very nearly almost doing a trick of pulp position race and almost getting ready to when he finished second in race number two but he was about about five and a half seconds away from the ultimate winner in reasonable to on sunday morning artem markelov yeah no comment some all they'll markle of so yeah championship standings in in gp to then are as follows actually let's not go to yeah let's actually go to championship standings because george russell it's total domination of the moment judge russell leading the championship on one hundred and thirty points he is passed lando norris at the moments who is down to second place in the championship just ten points behind going into the home round fall the pair of them at silverstone this weekend arthur model of winning of race number two on the sunday is third in the standings moment alexander album in fourth sette camara in fifth right now and all the bricks like jacket can doing okay is in eighth place at the moment and andreani who many people fought had already of rage quits in the car just after the last round in france with that radio message made his way back so the next race as but so yeah didn't ironically enough score more points in france as well and didn't score any in australia so there you go so championship standings in gp too and they roll onto silverstone this weekend so that should be fantastic to to to watch and hopefully you will be able to watch it because it will be really really good anyway so this is monday motorsport on motorsport radio monday is less thank you very much for.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"We should maybe we should up with that what's the news about shuping hello everybody and welcome we've got an update about shipping for russia yes did you know that fedex has given us a discount recently making me falsely anyway i think those fifteen minutes or crucial and i wanna find because we're upping our production quality as you guys can tell early try i don't know if we are but we're trying to be more organized you know have everything more put together it's a lot of extra work we've been here on these days now on the puck is we're here since like you know yesterday we're working all day we get here at ten am these guys are here earlier when working all last night i mean we're here for hours and hours and hours like five how many back days in alex dancer four four backstage in menia grinding and i'm wondering is it worth all this work we're putting in god we work into our let i don't know fifteen i fifteen minutes are crucial i want to find a way to whatever on play this shit what would we got next people stealing stuff play that bowl stealing stuff jerk off crushed our views be forty thousand right now excuse me all right here we go ahead yours glow love you need some help yeah this is our stuff yes this is you all of it the chairs the back all our stuff.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on The Big 98

"Fifteen minutes a famous saying watch him that all to you stronger the report.

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"fifteen minutes" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen minutes" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"And fifteen minutes four james jason silence good sure fears you know got it four i just want to stay in the sun where i'm fine it's hard sometimes visas of peace in sons peace of mind sometimes yeah way too much you wouldn't wish so so again that's easy to say we have a list of people that we would take would be so so thinking thinking thinking thinking no thank you i've been thinking.

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