35 Burst results for "Fifteen Months"
Tiger Woods recovering after grisly Los Angeles car crash
"We're back with an update on tiger woods after he was transferred to a new hospital in los angeles. Here's miguel almaguer after. His transferred is cedar sinai in los angeles. There's been no update on tiger woods condition or his long term prognosis. The forty five year old golfing legend last listed in serious but stable condition following a rollover crash that could have cost him his life. He's in for a long recovery. Whether or not he requires other surgeries will depend on how fast the fractures heal with a rod in pin stabilizing his shattered leg woods. Injury is similar to the high impact. One suffered by pro soccer star. Steve zaku johnny who also fractured his tibia and fibula. My leg was pointing in two directions. He was sidelined for fifteen months of grueling rehab. It never returned him to top four to its day. I know that a sensation in the of my right foot is one hundred percent as woods focuses on his recovery here. Investigators are focused on why he crashed. Authorities say there were no signs of breaking as woods drifted out of his lane and plowed into an embankment. Answers will take time as will the road to
No. 19 Creighton rolls past No. 5 'Nova behind Zegarowski
"Ninety three Creighton won for the sixth time in seven games by ripping number five a little over eighty six seventy Marcus Carrasquillo scored a season high twenty five points I just try to stay dresses you know as much as possible you know whereas score whether that's making plays for my teammates soon no the shots you know failure I thought that my teammates you know got me going really really well early on they found me in which open things up for them as well Mitch ballock had seventeen of his twenty points in the second half Bolick made three of his six three pointers during a thirteen to run that that extended the blue jays advantage to sixty seven forty eight it was Creighton's first win over a top five opponent since beating Villanova in February two thousand eighteen Justin Moore a twenty one point to the Wildcats worst loss in fifteen months I'm Dave very
COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Stave Off Historic Wave Of Evictions
"Unless there's more help from congress coming. Millions of americans who rent their homes could be evicted in the middle of the winter. We don't know if the covid relief bill will be approved. Congress negotiated for seven months struck a deal and then the president called it a disgrace. But what's in this legislation that could help renters. Npr's chris. arnold has been looking into. Good morning chris. hey oil. what's in the relief bill. That could help people from being evicted. Well there's twenty five billion dollars for rental assistance. We haven't seen that before. And that goes to states and cities renders apply. The money goes to the landlords. And the money's supposed to go to people who need it. The most based on recent income the bill also extends unemployment benefits and twelve million. Americans are set to lose those unemployment benefits the day after christmas. That would just be a colossal disaster. So avoiding that prevents a lot of addictions to i talked to christina resolves with texas hauser's. It's a low income housing nonprofit and it's in texas where we've seen thousands of victims happening already. She says this bill is a big help. it will provide relief to millions of people who've been struggling to pay rent. Tenants can qualify for up to fifteen months of rental assistance. So tenants who are behind six seven eight. Nine months of rent could be covered by. What's in this bill. She says that twenty five billion dollars is not going to be enough. That's gonna need to be replenished but you know it's a good start also there's a question mark. How long will this take to get up and running. And that's going to depend a lot on the state and the city. Now this bill is i understand. It also extends in order from the c. d. c. That's supposed to prevent evictions because that is a bad thing to happen during pandemic but it only extends it for a month through the end of january. He's really going to help. I think the hope from the housing advocates here is that once the biden administration gets in that this will get extended further into the future and also strengthened because the cdc orders a little flimsy. And and it's not working a lot of places. People are still getting evicted. The cdc could also extend this by itself with doesn't need another act of congress also. Interestingly the rules of the rental assistance program appear to require that the renter is still in. The property has not been evicted yet. So that creates a pretty powerful incentive not to kick people out. If i'm a landlord. And i'm owed five months of back rent. That's a strong incentive to keep the person there so you put all this together. It's a pretty powerful package. That should help a lot of people. You've been talking to people who are at risk of eviction or who are going to show a lot of background. Tell me what you've been hearing. Well i talked to one person in seattle who after losing her job as a hairstylist. Owes ten thousand dollars in back rent. It's definitely a relief for me. That's on a braxton husband also had his hours cutback and they've got two kids. I mean obviously the timing is significant just because it is christmas this week so i just able to be like okay like we can still get certain things for christmas. We can do this. We'll still be okay. We're still going to be afloat. And what about landlords. Who haven't been getting rent money. How are they reacting well. Landlords have been complaining throughout the pandemic that looked like these various eviction moratoriums. But who's going to pay the rents if the tenants not paying the rent. Well now there's twenty five billion dollars to pay the rent and landlord groups. That i talked to are very happy about that. The bill though as we've been reporting has hit this last minute. Snag that the president's but attacking it so we're just going to have to see what happens there for sure. Npr's chris arnold. Thanks chris we appreciate it. Thanks and well
New Bike Trail Will Highlight Nature Areas Along Houston’s Sims Bayou
"Work is just starting on a new segment of houston's by greenway trails while people in southwest houston will have a new place to hike and bike transportation reporter. Gail delattre says the project will also serve another need. The houston parks. Board is building a six mile extension of sims bayou trail. It starts at scott street and extends west. Buffalo speedway also connects with three local parks. Houston parks board president. Beth white says a greenspace along the trail. Also help with drainage when it rains heavy it is a natural ecosystem and we need to learn to live with water and respect what that ecosystem needs to do. The new sims value segment is a longest section. They've constructed at one time on the by ukraine weights network. The cost is eight point. Five million dollars. It should take about fifteen months to finish on gale to lauder in. Houston
Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60
"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. Bolt shane warne serena williams and you most certainly think of diego maradona
3 Lessons (and Mistakes) to My First 6-Figures
"All right. Welcome back to the show my friend. So pumped to be here with you today, I am feeling good Hobart go well with you. So much going on in the business right now, you heard the whole concept of you have growth like seasons of growth periods of growth or even years of growth in your business versus like seasons a building or years of building. Twenty twenty has been definitely a year of building where I'm investing in new things for the business. Recruiting new program, which I've been talking about here on the PODCASTS which launches in November which I'm super pumped about it's called offer to optimized, and this is going to be unlike any program that you've seen online. It's going to be so awesome. I can't wait to talk more about it as we get closer to that accelerator my accelerator program has never admits thriving right now. It's so so gay people getting amazing results in there I just love what everyone's up to and they're. The team is growing. We have a new website launching new copy new messaging like so much fun in addition to all that. Now, totally geeking out with up leveling my game a little bit not getting too crazy but with video and just you know the camera and the lighting and E. Cam pro and you can't live and all that stuff. So. I'm learning I am so not a techie person and it takes me a while to figure that stuff out but having a good time with it because it just. Doing some new things here which I think that. You guys are really GonNa like in a lot of comes from what you guys are asking your guys asking for something different. In the way of how things are delivered and. That's what we're doing here, and we're also a number of this is episode number four, hundred, thirty, seven, for note, four, thirty, six, four, hundred, eighty, six episodes, and we're just getting started so good times and hope that you doing super super well, right now also. All right. So today I want to get into three things I realized I've never done this type of episode before and I really want to share with you three things that I did in my business to hit my first six figures and that was really fortunate that so I started this online business in January of twenty fourteen. Now, I have talked about that. You know the initial journey where I left the Corporate World September thirty two, thousand twelve not that I remember exactly what I laughed and walked out the door. But I fumbled around for fifteen months almost a year and a half. I had no idea what I was doing in. So it wasn't until January twenty fourteen that I had hired a coach and I started to get traction the business and so forth. So I, was Really. Fortunate in that first year and that very first year one, hundred, ten, thousand dollars in the business and so there were three very distinct things that I did in order to hit that I also made a ton of mistakes along the way. But today I wanNA share with you three really big mistakes that I've made that year so that you can avoid those mistakes and also learn from what worked for me that first year. And so the very first thing I did is I defined the heck out of my audience. I defined my audience super super clearly. So back then like I do now, I decided to serve online entrepreneurs specifically course creators people who are doing webinars and I really really dug into things like what challenges did they have. Where were they now now that? Almost seven years ago. Where are they now meaning this is where they at with point a, and then where do they want to get to which is point be? and. So defining what that gap is and then really being clear on okay. What are their challenges and then what is the future point be where they want to get to? What is that look like and then how can I help them? achieve that.
Democrats call for Congress to rein in, break up Big Tech
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a house panel calls for Congress to rein in big tech Democrats on the panel of the house Judiciary Committee or calling for Congress to consider breaking up four of big tech's dominant giants after a fifteen month investigation four hundred fifty page report says Google has monopoly power over internet search Facebook has social networking monopoly power and Amazon and apple have significant durable market power in U. S. online retail mobile operating systems and mobile apps stores Republicans on the panel didn't sign on to most of the recommendations they offered their own report calling for targeted enforcement of existing anti trust laws Mike Rossio Washington
Democrats call for Congress to rein in, break up Big Tech
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a house panel looks at possible break ups of tech industry giants after a fifteen month investigation Democrats on an anti trust panel of the house Judiciary Committee are calling for Congress to rein in Facebook Google Amazon and apple the four hundred fifty page report says the big tech giants of abuse their market power with excessive fees tough contract terms and data collection from individuals and businesses report proposes separating the dominant tech platforms from some of their other lines of business it also asks Congress to increase the enforcement powers of anti trust regulators Mike Rossio Washington
House Panel Takes Aim at Big Tech
"House lawmakers have been looking into big technology companies for over a year. Now, a House panel is expected to propose major changes to curtail their dominance. We report that after a fifteen month investigation into Google Apple Amazon and facebook the House antitrust subcommittee is preparing to release a report on its findings and make recommendations. We turn now to our reporter Ryan Tracy for more details Hi Ryan thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So Ryan start by taking us back about fifteen months when the house began investigating big tech companies what prompted this what was the impetus for this investigation? Well, this is coming at a time when these companies are extremely powerful there for the five most valuable companies in the country that the house is looking at and lawmakers also see them just as all the rest of us do. Impacting so many facets of our lives, apple Amazon, facebook and Google. It's hard to get through a day without interacting with one of them and probably more than one and so I don't know that it was one thing that led to this. But certainly you know this has been building for a while just scrutiny of these companies in Washington and you know feeling among policymakers that that they need to be looked at. So we are anticipating the release of a report from this House subcommittee that has been conducting the investigation over the past fifteen months. What do you think we can expect to see in that report? Sure. So this report is going to have first of all a lot of detail about the behavior of these companies. Lawmakers and their staff in particular have been gathering lots and lots of documents both from the companies themselves and from competitors of the company's sellers on Amazon, dot com or companies that try to get their customers through Google search or other sources like that, and so they've gathered a lot of information. Some of that has come out already, and certainly we probably would already know if there was some major smoking gun in this, but there's going to be a lot of detail in the report about these companies behavior the other. Thing we expect is that the lawmakers are GonNa make some policy recommendations here, and one of those at least that Democrats are considering could be some pretty radical changes to the way these companies are structured, but there'll be other policy options that are floated as well. So let's talk more about the potential implications for big tech companies, which in the past have opposed any platform separation proposals. This is something that we might see among the recommendations. How would it change like that impact, their business and why are they opposed to it? mean. So this idea which again we expect to be in the report at least at least as a suggestion for future consideration, you know it's basically a break-up, right? I would say if you own a large platform that customers or businesses us, you can't also own businesses that sort of compete with other users of the platform and so we don't have a lot. Of detail on what that means because the proposals not actually out yet but you know in general what it could mean is like Google couldn't own Google maps or Amazon might not be able to to sell Amazon, made products on its marketplace and so we'd have to we'd have to see what the details were but certainly the reason these companies opposed is because These kind of add on services are a big way that they make money off of their platforms and so you know they view it as a threat to their business. Now, politically, we've heard concerns from both Democrats and Republicans about the power and dominance of big tech, and of course, there are concerns about misinformation on some platforms. Especially in an election year Brian would you say the pressure on elected officials to do something has changed? Well. There's certainly a lot of concern out there and you do have to remember that this is an issue that plays very well politically. So if a member of Congress or a politician bashes big tech, you know a lot of constituents might like to hear that I think that's particularly true on the Republican side where conservatives are concerned about actions by social media companies to to take down content, and so you know some of that is going on here but there also are you know lasting concerns that go beyond politics with these companies and? The scrutiny is going to continue on them. No matter who wins the election. We've also been reporting that the trump administration is investigating tech companies as well for antitrust violations. What's the latest you can tell us about those efforts sure. So the Department of Justice is close to bringing a lawsuit against Google, sources have told us we expect that lawsuit to come before the election according to those sources although the exact timing is not clear yet, and with respect to facebook the federal trade, commission is taking the lead on an inquiry into facebook that investigation has advanced to the point where the FTC is now preparing a potential antitrust lawsuit against the company that could come by the end of this year although that timeline isn't certain either. Ryan what could potential changes like the is mean for consumers, users of these tech platforms? Well, it's hard to say without knowing the specifics of the proposal but in general, it really depends on who you ask if you're talking to someone who's who's really believes Amazon and Google, and these other platforms are harming competition in the way they act. Then if these proposals were implemented, you'd expect to see a lot more. Diversity in the search results that you would see on those sites. For example, you might see sort of. A different map provider pop up if you search for directions or something of that nature and on the other hand, there's an argument that the tech companies and their supporters make that you know these platforms could become worse if Google makes less money on google search than maybe Google will have less money to invest in making Google search better. So there's a lot of unknown here and that's why lawmakers are. Beginning this process of throwing out a proposal and then the real argument begins. Anything else we should keep in mind here as this continues to play out. One thing to keep in mind is that there are some partisan differences here. So by and large members of both parties are concerned about the power of big tech but they do differ on what they wanNA do about it. Democrats are much more inclined to propose some relatively intrusive regulatory restrictions on these companies to open up competition and achieve other goals Republicans. Are, more, skeptical of that they might be willing to go along with Democrats in kind of off cases, sort of targeting specific problems, but it's going to be harder to get their support for a really sweeping regulatory overhaul, and so the election is really gonNA matter a lot here and and whoever is in power and twenty twenty will have to decide this question. Wall Street Journal reporter Brian Tracy Ryan. Thank you so much for joining me today by slot.
Sibling Strife - When Your Child Keeps Hating On Her Little Brother
"Daughter is a bright strong willed child who would not let anyone near her but me until she was eighteen months old, she had severe separation anxiety and was often disarray regulated on a hair trigger her tantrums several times a day with lasts from forty five minutes up to two hours and sometimes left her. So exhausted she would fall asleep on the floor where she had pounded her fists only a moment before. She has never recovered from the arrival of her brother now three and a half when she was twenty two months old. Since he was born, she has subjected him to physical violence and verbal taunting. Continues to this day. She often says she hates him we've tried all your techniques and I've poured through all your articles and podcasts for help with this issue she has been to to child psychologists consecutively who have tried to assist her with managing her emotions. Appropriately, my blocking interventions are sometimes not quick enough to stop her hands connecting with her brother's little face or body I try extremely hard to remain calm and not fueled the behavior saying I won't let you hit that hurts but the bullying behavior persist and persist no matter what I do or say My partner and I have both worked from home since the kids were born. So they see us all the time and both get a lot of one on one attention even more. So now that we are home-schooling due to covid nineteen, her brother is a gentle loving and forgiving little boy who sometimes cries to me that K. hurts me it breaks my heart. I am at a loss as this has been going on for years now, and I'm concerned is doing damage to my son when an incident happens I, of course, go to my son I to comfort him. But I, also look at my miserable older child who is clearly distressed and does not want the mystifying negative feelings she experiences as a result of hurting her brother and upsetting her parents. I do not believe in inauthentic forced apologies. So I. Wait for her to calm down and then we have a cuddle while I try to reflect back her frustrations with being a big sister and explained that I understand she must feel sad and angry sometimes we then discuss other ways she could express her anger rather than hitting an unkind words, but she often blocks her ears or runs away at suggestions. Both my children are in pain and I need some new strategies waiting for emotional maturity and impulse control to develop does a disservice to both siblings who are looking to me to provide a compass through the storms. Any additional advice you could provide would be so gratefully received. Thanks. Okay. So I hear how hard this parent is trying to help her children get beyond this heavier. This is obviously a very committed parent and it also brings up for me the realization that even with all these details that she's provided, it is very challenging for me to really visualize how this parent looks in action interacting with her children, and that is a struggle that I have with written notes even with phone consultations I'm still trying to picture what the dynamic between the parent and child actually looks and feels like, and that's my favorite way of all to help parents is to do in person consultations, which, of course, bodice convenient and partner to arrange. But then I can actually see almost immediately what's going on and I'm able to help parents make a shift. Sometimes even video of parents interacting with children as helpful and even when I'm talking to parents on the phone, sometimes their child will come and interrupt and all the able to get a glimpse right there of how this parent says Boundaries and Response when their child is wanting them and the parents can't be there for them. It can be so illuminating. So having said, bat there are a lot of details here and I'm going to do my best to intuit what's going on but as always does a lot of guesswork and I may not be completely accurate. What I'm hearing is that her daughter is to start out with quite sensitive. Strong willed insensitive together, and the parents says from the beginning her child would not let anyone near her but this parent until she was eighteen months old, she had severe separation anxiety. So what that tells me is it sounds like this family may be accommodated these feelings, which is, of course, a normal thing to do when you have a child that little on they're saying, no no, I'm going to cry unless this person's there. It's understandable to want to make that happen for them. But what that actually does is prevent the child from processing those feelings. It also communicates to the child that we agree with them in a sense that they can't be okay with anyone else but us. That may not be what we intend at all, but that's what children take from it. So it those feelings even stronger. Maybe, there's some fear that gets attached to them. If I don't get what I want. Not. Going to be okay. And so it makes our child even more in this case dependent on and needy for her parent. What I would recommend if possible, but this or any kind of fear or feelings that a child has is to not try to accommodate a to continue normally sometimes your other parent is going to be the one to do this with you. Maybe even this other caregiver or your grandparents is going to do it and you can have strong feelings about that. We want to hear those were okay with you expressing that in fact, we want you to express it. We're not going to change things or try to avoid this in any way. I'll often hear from parents who say things like my child won't let me not play with them or my child won't let me ever leave their side or go to the bathroom on my own or stop nursing, and what that tells me is that the parent is not comfortable with the child having the feelings they need to have around those experiences. The feelings are the healing. and. Then severe separation anxiety. So children do go through sometimes a period of separation anxiety or stranger anxiety, but this isn't to be taken as it's going to traumatize our child. If we leave, it's a sensitivity that they have usually during this period between around eight months to fifteen months. It's the sensitivity as they are making steps forward and development and maybe walking and they sense more separation between us this either part of them wants to hold on to not let us go. So it's kind of a push pull. We want to be sensitive to, but we don't want to accommodate it. So we're not gonNA take extra long away from our child or do it more often than we need to or want to but we still have to do it. We still have to separate and let those other people care for our child or whatever it is or even allow them to be alone for a couple of minutes while we're doing something.
Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the
How to Build a Client Attraction System That Works in 4 Hours Per Week
"Hey everybody welcome. My name is Yasmin Forage, and I'm the creator of tiny time big reports where I help small business owners run a profitable business in twenty hours a week or less and today I'm going to be teaching you how to build a client attractions that. Works in just four hours a week. So let's get down to business. Now, first of all I want to debunk the myth that you have to work long and hard to be successful in business. This is not a philosophy I buy into and I'll tell you why when I started my business, my eldest was only sixteen months old I just been made redundant from culprit role. I used to be vice-president of leadership development for multinational and after a twelve year culprit Korea. I suddenly was faced with the decision. I was GonNa do and we live in rural Ireland. So the chance of getting a similar kind of job was pretty much nil. So I decided to start my own business like I said, my fifteen month old sixteen month old he was running around like a headless chicken all the time. and. So I started the business. A couple of years tat my daughter was born and it got to the point where I was getting really stressed because all I kept saying to myself was I don't have the time I don't have the time I don't have the time. It was this negative affirmation and it was really stressing me out and I remember hearing a mental years ago saying that if you ask Pol- quality questions, you get pulled quality answers why decided to ask myself a better quality question? And I decided to ask myself this question. How can I make this work? How can I have a profitable twenty hour week business and that is what really led to the creation of tiny time big results I. now have three children, three, six and nine, and I worked about three to four hours a day in my business and what I discovered over the last few years of being on this journey, and of course, I. Continue to be on this journey is that when you focus on the work that really matters that moves the needle in your business. Then time or tiny time is not a challenge it's an opportunity. It's an opportunity for you to create a business that fits in with the life that you want where you do get to spend more time with your family. Your loved ones you may want to go travelling you want to do more gardening whatever it is that you WANNA do. But when you have a business that works and you're attracting clients and cash consistently now you feel that you have more head space more bandwidth to be able to do all the other things and that's really what I. WanNa teach you today is if you can build a client traction system that works in just four hours a week then what could that do for you and your life? So. Let's get started. There are four elements that I would encourage you to focus on in your business to in in order for you to get the most out of your twenty hours a week. Now, maybe you don't work twenty hours maybe it's less maybe it's more, but we'll just use the twenty hour week. Ask The goalpost. Okay. So if you think about these four elements, what you think about your, business? Festival de have a magnetic marketing message a message that just POPs your dream client. The one that really attracts them in and the repels everybody else your magnetic marketing message is about what you do and who you do it for when when you get people leaning in and saying Oh that sounds amazing I wanna know more than you know you've hit the nail on the head and it is a powerful thing to have, and that is where I would always start when it comes to business. Do you have that message that attracts your people, your dream clients then you'll be starting in the supermarket checkout. You could be at a networking meeting or a conference not everybody you speak to is going to be your dream client but I bet they know someone who'd be a great fit for you. So that's the first thing secondly. Do you have leverage in your business in the way that you make money. Do You have a leveraged irresistible offer? When you have tiny time, you cannot trade time for money because you have a ceiling on how much time you can actually south. So it's important that you trade value. So Your irresistible offer must be leveraged offer something that allows you to create really really great results for your client allows you to get well paid and it's not exchanging your time. This is powerful. Thirdly, how do you attract people and we'll be going into this in more depth shortly? So, this is how you attract your clients into your world and get them to see what it is that you can help them with fourthly your conversion process. How do you turn those prospects into paying clients and it's important that you have a proven unpredictable method for doing that most businesses would need some form of a sales conversation and it's important that you really dial that in so that you are converting more prospects. So that the four elements, your message, your offer, your attraction strategy, and then your conversion process.
Pain into Purpose
"Well here we go. Everyone this is the season finale the final episode of season five before I take a break and come back later in the fall sometimes I put this invisible pressure on myself to make the final episode the best of the season because honestly it always ends up being one of the most downloaded, what people usually do when they check out podcasts as they listen to the most recent episode I before deciding to invest any more of their time and when you publish an episode and then take a six week break that final episode ends up being downloaded about twice as much as the other episodes. So no pressure, right? I've been thinking about this introduction all week you know wondering what I could say to have more of an impact. And they keep coming back to pain. Pain is what brought us all here I think I always joke around when I say that no one ends up in an AA meeting because they're having a really great day. But what I really mean by that is that pain is what brings people through the doors of a meeting for the first time or your. Pain is what people feel when their hearts break when they lose something that matters. When they're hurt. Pain is our company when we're at our lowest and that feeling of being at your lowest, it hurts so much. But it's important to realize that that kind of pain is only meant to be temporary. Pain is a teacher. Paint tells you what hurts so that you'll go in the opposite direction find that antidote or do whatever undoes the thing that made you find that pain in the first place. Maybe. The pain is by a bottle or two of wine every night. Which means the opposite of that is learning how to not drink the wine. and therein lies the problem. Right? You know how to learn to not drink which is hard. If you don't know how to do it in spoiler alert, most of us don't know how to quit drinking. You WanNa, quit drinking so that you can be sober and live your same life but alcohol free. And if this is you and you're still considering quitting and you just want to stop drinking and that's it. And this is where I'm going to stop and correct you. You may not know it now but quitting drinking is not about the alcohol. It's not about removing one thing from your life, and then everything else stays in place just as it was. When you decide to recover like really and truly dig into the things that caused you to drink everything changes. It will change and a capacity that is so much greater than realize that it has to be a surprise. We can't grasp the idea of that much change for we experiences. Five years ago in Twenty fifteen, I was going to surprise divorce after learning that my ex husband had two girlfriends on the side. We'd been married for five years and I was completely clueless. So the shock numbed some of the pain at first, but when the shock subsided. The physical pain in my chest was so great. That I wondered if my heart was actually breaking. And I drink to help that pain. Life was so hard to wake up and just have to live that I couldn't do it sober. You know I didn't know what to do with those feelings what to do with that much pain. In about fifteen months later, my already problematic drinking spiraled so hard and so fast. I had no choice but to quit, but my pain is what brought me there. When he quit drinking you don't just get rid of the pain and throw it out in the garbage and never see it again it's still there to teach you something. When I quit drinking eventually, I started to discover some kind of purpose I was learning these really great tips on how to stay sober starting to feel better and I began helping other people in early sobriety. Learn those tips too. I was involved in a facebook accountability group and would encourage people who felt like they were at the bottom to not give up just give it another day. Give it another try you can do this. In the feeling that I got from helping people with so rewarding and felt so good that it gave me something to look forward to when I got up. You know something that wasn't all about me. When I stop thinking about me and started thinking about other people and what would make the world a little bit better. A light bulb turned on. I wasn't supposed to be in that much pain in two thousand fifteen just to feel heartbreak and terrible hangovers and then nothing else. This is not an experience that someone goes through just to go through and then get nothing in return. The pain serves a purpose and that's to serve us our purpose. Our purpose is to get sober and help other people do that too. It's US finding away into a lifeboat, and once we've caught our breath, we reach out and start pulling other people out of the water. Your pain right now. Is Not meant for you to sit in and learn nothing from. Its to teach you where you need to go from here and that's usually up. It gives you a point to measure from. You are not going to stop drinking every night and then making no other changes. In recovery, you're GONNA, make some new friends. You might end old relationships find a new career change hobbies have a baby, get a dog sell your house do things that could alter the entire direction of your life. Your pain is teaching you what you want and what no longer serves you.
And They Will Inherit It
"The film, salt of the Earth was made only a year or so after the strike and released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, it tells the story of our group of Mexican American miners to Ghana. Powerful mining company to demand their rights their fifteen month long strike includes some unexpected heroes and we'll explain that soon. But I you need to understand how radical the film was for the Nineteen Fifties. Politicians at the time were determined to root out secret communists from Hollywood. There were even public interrogation of filmmakers. Are you now have you ever been a member of the? Communist Party, this is audio of the interrogation of filmmaker Herbert Bieber Bearman in front of the House UNAMERICAN activities committee. To use this to. The motion, picture industry and. The Right? Not only be be Berman ended up serving time in prison and was blacklisted in Hollywood because of his suspected communist sympathies, and then he made salt of the Earth along with two other men who also been blacklisted. It seems pretty clear that salt of the Earth was an act of defiance. The government had sanctioned the filmmakers for his sympathies. So they made a movie that was unapologetically leftist. In one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, the film was so controversial, only a few theaters across the US would show it. Salt of the Earth was essentially buried from public sight for decades. But in one thousand, nine, hundred seventies, she gano and feminist movements embraced the Phil. They saw it as an example of what social justice movements could actually look like. In two, thousand, eighteen producer. Traveled to Grant County New Mexico to uncover the story of what would come to be called the Empire Zinc strike. He wanted to find out how is sleepy mining town erupted into protest, and if almost seventy years later, anyone still remembers Sayer give them is going to take it from here. Before I tell you about what things are like in county. Now, I'm GonNa, tell you the story about how things were and we're going to start with our to Florida's. He was an important figure in the empire's ING strikes. Please come in. Thank you. My Dad Arthur. Florida's one hundred years old. One of the first. President Sir Locally. Local. Late Ninety is the name of the miners union in Grant County. By the way, we're going to hear about it a lot and our to Florida's was a union leader there in the nineteen fifties. Here, it's OK. Okay. I ever I have no problem with talking. Hundred. Be. Dumb. You're doing just fine. Sits in a wheelchair. His thin silver hair is neatly combed. His son. Larry leaves out a set of old photographs on the table. Here's head. Here's some of the actors from the movie, Clint Man Walking Out of the Union Hall Women Flannels and big brimmed hats smiling triumphantly at the camera. There's two is a full head of thick black hair. The photo is labeled local eight, Ninety Activists Nineteen fifty-three.
Larry Kramer, groundbreaking author and Aids activist, dies aged 84
"A man named Larry Kramer died and he's not a household name except in some households. he is in mine. He was the CO founder of gay men's health crisis which is one of the first and largest AIDS service organizations ever. He was also and this is what he'll go down in history for for he was the founder of act up which is called the AIDS coalition to Unleash Power. And what act up did what they aim to do was unleash the power of the communities that were being killed hand over fist by the AIDS epidemic in its first years an act up tactics in the mold of Larry Kramer were impolite and pushy and often Cathartic and ultimately very effective. There's really been nothing else like it in my lifetime. How would you define the objectives of we want to end the AIDS epidemic? Simple as that plane. Simple cleaning some by whatever means necessary. We tried being nice. I think we've had to resort to these tactics because nobody listens quite frankly we now have some seventy chapters around the world with over a quarter million members. So I think what's happening is that the backlash is not against us. The backlashes against the system more and more people are so furious that they perceive the government. Not doing anything in this case is is the is the end so desirable that any means justifies well. We are a non-violent organization. I don't think we're here to to make friends. We're here to raise the issues no matter what you do. X. Number of people are going to approve and x number. People aren't so you might as well get your message across the best way you can. You would allow. You're not making friends. I would allow that. Aids is a very complicated issue and that we are now at last beginning to make friends. And as I said I think the groundswell of new chapters of new members is very similar to what happened during the Vietnam War where people got so angry at the government that they were forced into this frustration. And I think that's definitely what happening now. It took fifty took ten years for the first one hundred thousand cases the next hundred thousand cases. They're all going to happen. In the next fifteen months took ten years for the first hundred thousand cases the next hundred thousand cases are going to happen in the next fifteen months and our case with this epidemic took three months to get to one hundred thousand dead in the last epidemic to kill tens of thousands of Americans and the AIDS epidemic. Act UP WAS ABOUT. The people most affected by the virus speaking for themselves rather than being ignored or spoken for or worst of all spoken about it was also about unapologetic uncompromising anger at government response. That was slow and stupid and callous and not driven by science and ultimately fatal to thousands of US peaceful. Yes but angry loud at times. Profane unafraid confrontational confrontational protests backed up by willingness to do the real work of ending the epidemic
Lori Loughlin Wants a Plea Deal
"We've got some movement in the California case in the conspiracy take at their kids and universities full house actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Masi meadow generally appear in federal court through video conference today asking a judge to accept a plea deal for their role in the varsity blues college admissions scandal ABC news chief legal affairs anchor Dan Abrams says the judge is likely to agree saying there's been movement by both sides in the case when this case was just started defendants who did kat would conduct similar to what we're seeing from Lori Loughlin husband were being offered deals where prosecutors would recommend fifteen months and now you see Mossimo being offered five months Lori Loughlin being offered to Munch that says to me that prosecutors have also moved a little bit and I think that's what brought the parties together well a friend says it's unlikely their sentences will be reduced because of the corona virus pandemic is actually a provision in the agreement which specifically address that that which says for example it's wait ninety days on executing this specifically to avoid them getting some coded brake noise that's happening this morning out of
Drinking And Isolation
"Hi Janey welcome to mentally. Yours thank you. I'm glad to be here so just to start off. Was there a particular thing that happened to lead you to set up the SOBA club annual podcast yet? The podcast is called alcohol-free life I think what led me to do it within the in the first few months after I ditched the booze. I didn't actually tell anyone. I went for three months without telling anyone. Well one person when I look back now realize how daft because I could have made it so much easier for myself. I could have got support. I could have felt connected and I didn't do any of that. I I literally actually felt ashamed bonkers but I but I did. I felt chimed but what I did do was I immersed myself in the quit. Lit expression goes quit literature. Books about stopping drinking. I immersed myself in the books and I listened to loads of podcasts. I absolutely devoured. The podcasts have listening to people who had been there done that. Got The t shirt so there were further ahead to me and it. It just made feel possible for me so when I always feeling like. I just can't do this anymore. I've listened to a podcast where someone was describing exactly that kind of stage and I thought. Oh my goodness right okay. I know I can't do it and I will carry on and so what happened to me was when I then did eventually come out and share my story I was. I was actually amazed at to find. Just how many people really just reacted the way? People reacted was incredible. People sort of said. Oh my goodness but I wish I could do that. That's that's that's me and I suddenly realized that this gray area drinking problem in inverted commas is so much bigger than I thought so. I started the podcast first alcohol. Free Life and again. I didn't really Kinda just throw it out there and thought you know people I want to interview so as to be worth just getting them on the podcast. I did it sort of for myself in a way that people seem to love it and so that's been going now for kind of coming up to fifteen months or something and then I started to sober club last September because I realized that there was a lot out there for people who want to ditch the booze want to sort of go through the process of challenge and and give up drinking a quit or maybe just stop for a while moderate but there wasn't very much for the what next feet I focus very much. Okay we made that decision. You have either already ditched the booze or you've made a decision that you're on that path but what else is there fee so because of my kind of background in everything. Connect with heuristic living. That's what I want to focus on the wants. People stopped drinking. They often want to look at their nutrition and their fitness in their relationships and their purpose and everything else. Did you turn to alcoholics anonymous? Any part of this or did you find them not quite for you know I think Right at the beginning when I well in fact for years before I even stopped drinking. That was actually one of the reasons. I couldn't stop drinking because my perception was that if I went to alcoholics anonymous which we think of as most people think of as the only support available I would have to label myself an alcoholic and as I've already said I didn't mean don't consider that I was ever at rock bottom. I didn't put myself in that bracket of being alcohol dependent or needing that kind of support. I didn't believe I was an alcoholic and I still don't believe that I ever was an alcoholic. There's a whole thing around language there with alcoholics anonymous. I think they do an absolutely amazing job in supporting people and the sense of community. Some people thrive on being able to meet face to face with with with others in the same position so I think their work is incredible but the concept of having to accept that you need to surrender that you that you are not empowered. I don't accept. I don't accept I was ever an alcoholic. I am someone who drink alcohol. I no longer drink alcohol. I was able to to stop because I wasn't clinically dependent. Of course it would be dangerous to just stop. If you're but I wasn't. I was a gray area drinker. What's called a normal drinker? Actually I was absolutely able to empower myself to quit the base. I think it's good to know as well. There's lots of other things for people out. There who are icee area. Drink is like the drinking bitter too much but don't want to necessarily today. I'm meeting because I think mainly works for some people some reasons and then further as they may sort of be on board with the whole sort of higher power thing. Whatever reason it is that Tell me a bit more about the superclub and what you actually do with the shore so I mean just to add to that. You're absolutely right. I I really don't care how people come to this. It doesn't matter to me. If you go to af you you just drink aware this smart recovery. There are so many ways now of getting to the place she wants to be. And that's where some absolutely amazing but the me with the sober club. My my aim is to provide was to enable if like a community where people can find amazing resources around optimum health and wellbeing so with focusing on everything else all the stuff that we want to add in the so the really good nutrition and particularly. If you're in the early stages of ditching the booze. It's really important to remember that. Your brain chemistry can be all over the place. Suddenly have the dopamine hits the Gaba the Serotonin and it can really mess with you physically and emotionally but there is stuff that you can do you can put back really good nutrients you can do a little program of saying this the so many things you can do in terms of nutrition obviously exercise. It's a time when a lot of people for the first time they think you know what I might actually start running or I might do. Yoga and meditation and Mindfulness. I've got a whole load of resources. Sort of hypnosis audio's meditations asking people to focus on their self care which is critical at this time so all of those things are are available to the sober club members. In addition we have a an exclusive community. Where we you know we. We support each other. And that's amazing really that you know. This phrase isn't the opposite of addiction as connection and and it really is so true that if people feel connected. They're far more likely to go back to their old habits. Are you and your members maintaining that connections but she joined this difficult time well? Fortunately everything's always been online anyway. I do have some some retreats booked that I don't know if they're going to happen and that will be that'd be really really really disappointing. But meanwhile actually were were using this time to focus on what we can do again similarly you. I tell people not to focus on what they can't drink. Focus on what you can in this amazing alcohol-free alternatives and it's just the same with this we. Okay we can't do certain things but what can we do? Could we use this time to learn a language? Do something creative start. Meditating one of the main reasons people say they don't do meditation because they don't have time and so now it's a fantastic time to put in place so you know it. It really does make an absolutely huge difference.
Investigator: Body had 'exact clothing' as missing toddler
"Megan Boswell said her fifteen month old daughter Evelyn was wearing when she went missing the revelation made at a quickly arranged court hearing Monday a judge raise Meghan Boswell's bond to one hundred fifty thousand dollars he's charged with filing a false report in the case an autopsy of the body found Friday is the still
"fifteen months" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The job in fifteen months and today the keys to the sixty five billion dollar stadium were handed over to the home team Louisville city football club the site is in the city's Butchertown neighborhood and Lou city president Brad Estes says what used to be a junk yard is now a beautiful stadium the home opener is April eleventh at Linn family stadium Paul miles newsradio eight forty WHAS this Justin news breaking out of Seattle Washington state health officials are now saying that there are nine total corona virus deaths in Washington state will have more on that at three thirty super Tuesday is well under way in the fourteen states holding primaries today California is among the states with lots of delegates up for grabs Joe Biden just arrived in Oakland a short time ago the former vice president had a very positive attitude as he mingled with voters the southern California from here and I feel good Biden has earned the endorsement of three of his former rivals while Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has won the most states so far today will be the first real test for former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg as he has blanketed the airwaves with millions of dollars of ads the nation's central bank is cutting interest rates the federal reserve announcing the emergency cut today is the first time the fed has slashed rates outside of a regularly scheduled meeting since the two thousand eight financial crisis the federal reserve announcing interest rate cuts slashing its benchmark rate by a half percentage point fed chairman Jerome Powell says the move hopes to shield the U. S. economy from the effects of corona virus my colleagues and I took this action to help the U. S. economy keep strong in the face of new risks to the economic outlook president trump had been publicly urging the fed to act but the chairman says the cuts had nothing to do with politics it's very important the public understand and remember ABC news Washington former CNN anchor Bobby Batista is dead at the age of sixty seven Batista passed away this morning after a four year battle with cervical cancer she was one of the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"To take fifteen months predictions like that are almost never correct and that's the case here to but in a good way it's going to get done in five months work on the L. line has been well under way for the past several months and by now leaders like Frank feral of stop it's in town I've gotten used to to the inconvenience well you know what you know about it in advance it helps because you get prepared for this still snowing plans for some like Laura Snell who doesn't use a line often I just get sometimes unpleasantly surprised leaders however are thankful that the train wasn't completely shut down as originally planned governor Cuomo stepped in to make sure the trains kept running so the challenge was rebuilt the better tunnel and do it faster he says the work is now expected to be done as early as next spring there is read these ten ten ways with the governor at the Bedford Avenue station after a big court fight the fourteenth street busway opens on Thursday with a few exception cars will be banned on fourteenth street between third and ninth avenues to make way for bus only lanes an appeals court had ruled in favor of the busway line. Friday community groups argue that the busway would hurt local businesses and force cars to detour onto already congested side streets. six year old boy was shot in the chest near Tompkins Avenue in Hill Street in the Stapleton section of Staten Island last night he's in stable condition at Staten Island university hospital police say the boy has been on cooperative so far nobody's been arrested that someone's accu weather cooler today clouds just a few breaks of sun and a high of seventy one sixty three now it's cloudy humidity of fifty three percent once in northeast of.
"fifteen months" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Off and running on the. work Rush Limbaugh here behind the goal to me I'd be microphone this. the way I would not make a big deal out of this either but this summer to call your attention I'm gonna go back may twenty second two thousand eighteen soul. where what fifteen months ago. year and a half ago is full of them and I was describing for people you know I love analogy is I love to persuade there are many different techniques that one can use to persuade I love the analogy or comparison I was trying to explain to a corner the way the Washington establishment has reacted to trump. and this is what I said audio sound bite number one to the caller you know another way to look at trump how bout the movie Caddyshack here you have these phony club members led by Ted Baxter and he's running around I got this little Country Club in everybody and I think they're the best of the best in town and Rodney Dangerfield decides to join and gets in and blows the club up got this gigantic golf cart drives on the greens blows a big horn as a gigantic golf bag the leaders of the Country Club were beside themselves they tried to kick the guy out and make camp they lose every effort against them that struck Rodney Dangerfield in the caddy shack yeah Ted Baxter was great in that movie is is christening unknown yacht offer is family that's like a twelve foot dinghy. and Rodney Dangerfield has this giant eighty Forder and capsizes it driving by waving I'm this is trump okay so let's now go to Thursday on on a podcast called reef cold media there's a guide the hostess Peter Kafka and he's talking to The New York Times chief television critic John Palmer one sick about is no book or do you want Donald Trump television and the fracturing of America the question there's a great comparison you have in the book for our younger audience who hasn't seen Caddyshack explains Rodney L. survey crew Ronnie's Dangerfield place is this obnoxious Boris rich guy who all the stuck up people the other stuck up rich people of the Country Club eight his character is opposed in the movie to Ted knight's character judge snails who is the you know stick up his **** up tight rich guy who Sir runs the Country Club and cannot stand him this all came to mind during the twenty sixteen debates to me when I'm watching Donald Trump in action in the debates and seeing him go up against Jeb bush he's like the Clampett's against Mister Drysdale he's Ronnie Dangerfield against ten night it's the rich guy that you want to be against the. not a rich guy that everybody hates now what what should I do with this who is this guy has written a book The New York Times did a quick is written a book trying to explain the New York times readers the effect trump has on Washington he uses my analogy my comparison from a year and a half ago. is it my friends this is yet another example if you have another definition of being on the cutting edge of societal evolution okay some other things coming up on the program today there was an F. B. I. spy inside the trump organization. name is Felix saver you may know the name. Tom Fitton at judicial watch has just soon another freedom of information act request to find out more there was an F. B. I. spy inside the trump campaign and trump knows seder. he's not an unknown figure one what is being revealed here is that he was an FBI him bad trump is going to California today had a great rally in New Mexico last night so many Latinos cheering for trump demanding a wall I asked trump to go to California he's in California gonna do some secret fundraisers and make some speeches..
"fifteen months" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Our fifteen month old son in Central Park on June twenty seventh she tells CBS to it holds immense sentimental value I actually recently learned from my mother in law that she had gifted the stones to my husband for our engagement which really like it more than the value of anything it's really the significance that she gave the sounds for us after an unsuccessful search of her stroller in close pass get went back to the park and was told by a passer by another couple found the ring and was trying to find the owner they missed each other by minutes past wet says her five year anniversary is Monday and the rings return would be the best gift she could ever receive from ring is lost to rings found a Staten Island woman is thinking to department of sanitation workers for finding her anniversary and wedding rings after she accidentally threw them out while painting her daughter's room last Sunday by the time a Miramar realize the mistake on Monday her garbage had already been collected she tells the Staten Island advance she flagged down a nearby garbage truck and the two workers along with their supervisors were able to help track down the truck that took her garbage and the rings inside luckily the rings were still on the truck the jewelery was returned to Omar later that day just in time for summer and a new perfume that smells like a famous Long Island beach WCBS reporters feel all with the story orange flower musk and would the sense used to create the perfume at Jones beach named after of course the very popular beach here on Long Island here is the creator of the perfume low res Romay owner of bond number nine sure enough the boardwalk and I love everything about the place and she talked about why the use of orange flower in order hot.
"fifteen months" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"We've got unlock unlikely ipad. You know what I realized about podcast, which is kind of nice like in a way we really don't have to rush. Like, if we want to wait for Mike, the pool of the soundboard like we could show we could show, we could. Sure way for him to hit facts. Just get a little stretch in here, whenever you're ready man, literally just go ahead and hit this odds. Okay. Fuck this shit, y'all. What are the facts, Spencer? My vibes off town, but so youtuber who fed a homeless man toothpaste filled Oreo. He is going to face fifteen months in prison. Goes names Kagwa, Ren. He should also face a ask I love this segment. What? To say dude fed a homeless man Oreo filled with toothpaste, outside of a supermarket in Barcelona. And so he offered the homeless, man, twenty euro, I believe, and offered to pay his family to not take legal action. But the dude, he was smart. He took legal action. I think he has to pay him like twenty twenty two thousand three hundred dollars. Yeah. Oh, my euro, so euros. Okay. Fats are there. We go that was, what is the time so that the crime? Yeah. Yeah. Because because we are clearly not cool. But also, I didn't know this was a legal. It's in damages public some sort of poison in. I feel I know it was just in like, you didn't know it's illegal Logan, not even like legal Phyllis cry Orioles face. It was a crime against moral integrity was just going to say Lee way crime legal things. Spain has nothing to do with who gives you. I feel like. Don't do it. Don't be fun talking about bro. That's what I'm talking about. I've jumped in and now I'm talking so shut on. All right. Shut fucked up. It's not who cares if it's illegal, it's a moral. I read a man of fucking Oriole fucking to skate..
"fifteen months" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Fifty dollars. The chief tells me it's too early to estimate any revenue that will be generated by the cameras in Pawtucket. As we reported providence collected about three point two billion dollars from speed camera violations in two thousand eighteen three point two million bucks goes into the coffers the general fund there for the city of providence. Remember, they had to tweak things too because they were charging way too much for violations at first and a lot of these drivers said, hey, we didn't have fair enough warning in a why you need fair enough warning to slow down in the school district is beyond me. I mean that should be just common sense. But but tuck, and I'm sure has studied all of that. And they want to launch it the right way. According to the Providence Journal, a Massachusetts woman center suicidal boyfriend barrage of text messages, urging him to kill himself jailed Monday on an involuntary manslaughter conviction. Newly five. Years after he died in a truck filled with toxic gas. Of course, we speak of Michelle Carter sentenced to fifteen months in jail in two thousand seventeen for her role in the death of Conrad ROY the third, but the judge allowed to remain free while she did appeal that verdict Massachusetts highest court upheld her conviction last week though saying that our actions did 'cause Roy's death a lawyer for Carter had urged the judge to allow the twenty two year old to stay out of jail, while they take their case all the way up to the US supreme court, which is going to take time or attorney said in court documents that she has no prior criminal record hasn't tried to flee and has been receiving mental health treatment. However, the judge ruling on Monday that she should start her sentence immediately. And she did Carter showed no discernible emotion as she was taken into custody, though, her shoulders did sagging she stood as she prepared to be led away show. Michelle Carter started her jail sentence last night that bizarre story of mercury poisoning in Fall River continues the latest on that Brian Crandall from NBC ten no surprise..
"fifteen months" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Will or the rose or whatever you come? And join me at the White House. I need you in my administration. Would you say, yes, he's offered me six different jobs since he's there. And I said, no all them why. Because there were no jobs that he offered me that I wanted and its job would you want? I told him way back, and I put this to the book when I endorse them they are to later where campaigning around together. He said to me. Hey, if I win this thing, what do you want? And there's only two jobs that I'm interested in vice president or attorney general. That's it. I said those are the two jobs. I think I'm most qualified for and the ones that would excite me the most and where I think I could do the most good. I'm not looking for another title. I got plenty of titles. Would you would you run for president? Again, you never say never would you run against Trump. Do you think it's twenty twenty you didn't you could beat them? No in a primary and twenty twenty pro do you think any Republican could beat him? I don't think so not now. Now, listen politics is dynamic thing. And you never know. But based on what we see right now. No, I think you can come at presidents very hard to beat the incumbent president in a primary and he's still highly popular among Republican party voters. The last poll I saw had like eighty or eighty one percent, Bryan Ville among Republicans. So if eighty percent of the people like the guy you're running against that only these nineteen percent for you. So that's not good. That's not a good game to play. So no. But I'm fifty six years old. What I think about doing it again. I of course, I was thinking about it. But only if I saw a reasonable path to win like I don't want to be one of these guys who runs just 'cause like, hey, why not let's run? It's too hard to do that. And it's to important I didn't run into thousand twelve despite a lot of people asking me to do it because I didn't feel. I was ready. I had an antiquated view of the presidency at that time apparently. And now you like what I had fifteen months governor. I was overqualified. But at the time fifteen months governor, I thought I can't do this like this is ridiculous. This is not right. And maybe politically I had a good chance to win the nomination. I felt like in your heart. You gotta believe that you can win. And that if you win that you're qualified to do the most important job in the world. That's the way I feel about it. So the answer to question. Yeah. I think about it. But only if I thought that I had a path to win. If I didn't then you have no business going out and asking people for money and asking people for further vote, right? Just not right. I will say this. We haven't always agreed on everything we fights Augie about stuff, but I've always appreciated that you come on the show. And that you talk your great, thanks coming on the show. And thank you for being. Any meeting debatable? Now, Chris Christie, everybody real..
"fifteen months" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"So we have it for fifteen months. There hasn't been a lot. There's been old content on their comic books. They have a daily show. They have the Super Bowl movie and the shitty birds of prey show. And there was a super boy show from the eighties. I didn't even know. They got Batman, brave and the bold which I love. But we had did and the Bamiyan they have Justice league and just, yeah, they got the cool stuff, but. Okay. Oh, shut up. We had all his on Netflix and Hulu like, yeah, while ago this review DC universe just a real quick thought on the app right now. It's not much not a lot. I don't see why you're paying. I wouldn't eat bucks. Along with titans once a week, so you, you have to keep paying the seven dollars a month for this one bug. You gotta be a huge DC Homer. Like the thing is you they could point to maybe like the literature on there, but they're not even giving you all that either. And it goes away the comic books. Or they curate what you're gonna, look, what you're going to be able to get anything you want. Whenever you want, send this thing just fucking launch. You gotta give them some time, but come on. It's not like they're doing it in the vacuum into the first people out there. They're like ten years late to this game. That's true. Well, look here. Fucking excuses for a huge conglomerate company that owns out the ass. The not gonna make a good app and then charge the fucking balls to charge you. Seven bucks a month or whatever the fucking charge you not paying well here. Shut the fuck up. Look, here's their first big test. The pilot first episode, the first original show titans. Right? Came out last Friday. We'll come out every Friday once a week. I think it was like ten episodes and then at which point the next new show will start and that'll run weekly, and then the next new show will start over and we. So having said that the first of all, did you guys watch this because this there's only one way to watch out now there's multiple ways and there's not enough ways to watch it. For example, I what? Through what strengths through. See unit how you get to the DC universe. This is what I did on my old s apple TV that I can't download the app on. I mirrored my iphone through it up there and it played great. It looked great, no problems. I kinda love that rugs. How did you watch this?.
"fifteen months" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Can we do that would you be okay with that i mean what i don't want us to do what frightens me is going down the same road the democrats went down i mean let's be real kids that was a joke with obama that was a joke barack obama is elected president a month later he's getting the nobel peace prize brock obama didn't do anything he didn't do a damn thing he did nothing and he gets a nobel peace prize he didn't deserve it he didn't deserve it at all it was a joke i don't want us to make the same mistake trump's been president for fifteen months so far we have some potential when it comes to north korea and happenings on the korean peninsula we've got some potential some good things might happen but donald trump doesn't deserve a nobel pri peace prize yet we don't know what the hell's going to happen tomorrow or in a week on a month slow down by the way this whole nobel peace stuff it's a bunch of leftists it's a bunch of international leftist the nobel committee that's why they gave it they gave they gave a nobel to obama for just getting elected i i said at the time the best thing obama coulda done was to give that nobel pri peace prize back that's what he should have done if he had any decency or any class or any self awareness dang he should have been embarrassed i mean embarrassed that he got a nobel peace prize for doing nothing if you care about this if this is a big deal to you it's not really to me i don't give a damn but the nobel peace prize i don't give a damn about these things because look this is like the academy awards it's like it's it's like historians are ranking the top presidents in history this all bunch of bull and most to all of these people they're all on the left they're all democrats they're all liberals so none of these prizes none of these rankings mean anything to me but they mean something to a lot of people and i'll tell you what trump any he did a little bit of this today the best thing trump could do is to.
"fifteen months" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And now let's cut through the final part of this noise the not seeing the forest for the trees let's see v twelve fifteen months we are in fifteen months into the trump presidency you're sworn in late january of seventeen he has had more thrown at him than any american president after he got mother and his investigation you've got the resistible but you got the democrats that congress don't want to confirm any of its appointees you have republicans members of his own party that dole like you have the chaos that he himself creates through all of the tweeting you've got girlfriends popping up from trenton eleven years ago that instead of being ignored like all the clintons exgirlfriends or covered up like all of kennedy's exgirlfriends the media turns into a circus every time one of them shows up anywhere despite the fact that he's at all of this hurled at him i'm kelly i'm sitting right here saying donald trump's popularity has not taken a hit he is at least as popular as he was when he came in remember when he came in he was a polarizing figure trump's approval ratings were never high they weren't high on day one a lot of people criticize the rasmussen poll.
"fifteen months" Discussed on WJR 760
"Had been fifteen months since the market had a three percent correction it had been nineteen months nineteen months since the market had a five percent correct okay okay now i understand much better so the stock market moving higher in a steady almost straight line up over the past year that's what was unusual or abnormal and now that were in some volatility give us a little more historical perspective and context to help us better understand what's happened so far this month so far this month mean we've been studying the stock market drops going all the way back to 1928 here's what we found five percent drops happen on average about five times a year ten percent drops usually happen about twice a year on average the stock market drops about fifteen percent like once per year eur helping us make sense of it that now i'm seeing this is a little more in line than with historical nor gifts going all the way back ninety years long time and so i mean this recent action it is not abnormal what's add normal is the speed at which it occurred so let me put it like this last year we were spoiled all right we had a rejuvenated economy we had a stoorikhel low interest rates we have excitement over the cuts it was the convergence of these three catalysts that really led to historic returns on record low volatility i mean what the dow's up like twenty five percent last year it was up by another seven percent through late january and that is when we decided to adjust client portfolios before the drop in february and we took some of our stop gain and redeployed that capital two other lower risk investments because we wanted to take advantage of what we're seeing in the mark that foresight and adjustment proved to be very very prophetic and it probably helps your clients sleep a little bit better recently so another big question that we have his why all of a sudden the changing character and the stock market what do you think caused the recent uptick in volatility to happen so quickly yeah we think the main culprit or at least a big catalyst that motivated someone investors to take profits it's the rise in interest rates this is a story that we've been pam the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Had been fifteen months since the market had a three percent correction it had been nineteen months nineteen months since the market had a five percent croat okay okay now i understand much better so the stock market moving higher in a steady almost straight line up over the past year that's what was unusual yet laura of normal and now that we're seeing some volatility give us a little more historical perspective and contacts to help us better understand what's happened so far this month so far this month i mean we've been studying the stock market drops going all the way back to 1928 here's what we found five percent drops happen on average about five times a year ten percent drops usually happen about twice a year on average the stock market drops about fifteen percent like once per year eur helping us make sense of it that now i'm seeing this is a little more in line than with historical nor yes going all the way back ninety your long time and so you mean this recent action it is not abnormal what's abnormal is the speed at which occurred so let me put it like this last year we were spoiled all right we had a rejuvenated economy we had a story kily low interest rates we have excitement over the acts cuts it was the convergence of these three catalysts that really led to historic returns on record low volatility i mean what the dow's up twenty five percent last year it was up by another seven percent through late january and that is when we decided to adjust client portfolios before the drop in february and we took some of our sought gain and we redeployed that capital to other lower risk investments because we wanted to take advantage of what we're seeing in the mark that foresight and adjustment proved to be very very prophetic and it probably help your claimed sleep a little bit better recently so another big question that we have his why all of a sudden the changing character in the stock market what do you think caused the recent uptick and volatility to happen so quickly yeah we think the main culprit aura at least have big catalyst that motivated some investors to take profits it's the rise in interest rates this is a story that we've been pound the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Had been fifteen months since the market had a three percent correction it had been nineteen months nineteen months since the market had a five percent crowd okay okay now i understand much better so the stock market moving higher in a steady almost straight line up over the past year that's what was unusual yet lower abnormal now other words in some volatility give us a little more historical perspective and contacts to help us better understand what's happened so far this month so far this month i mean we've been studying the stock market drops going all the way back to 1928 here's what we found five percent drops happen on average about five times a year ten percent drops usually happen about twice a year on average the stock market drops about fifteen percent like once per year eur helping us make sense of it meant now i'm seeing this is a little more in line than with historical nor guess going all the way back ninety year long time and so i mean this recent action it is not abnormal let's add normal is the speed at which it occurred so let me put it like this last year we were spoiled all right we had a rejuvenated economy we had a store locally low interest rates we have excitement over the experts it was the convergence of these three catalysts that really led to historic returns on record low volatility i mean what the dow's up twenty five percent last year it was up by another seven percent through late january and that is when we decided to adjust client portfolios before the drop in february and we took some of our stock gain and we redeployed that capital two other lower risk investments because we wanted to take advantage of what we're seeing in the mark that foresight and adjustment proved to be very very prophetic and it probably helps your clients sleep a little bit better recently so another big question that we have his why all of a sudden the changing character in the stock market what do you think caused the recent uptick in volatility to happen so quickly yeah we think the main culprit aura at least a big catalyst that motivated someone investors to take profits it's the rise in interest rates this is a story that we've been pound the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on WLAC
"Had been fifteen months since the market had a three percent correction it had been nineteen months nineteen months since the market had a five percent correct okay okay now i understand much better so the stock market moving higher in a steady almost straight line up over the past year that's what was unusual yet laura of normal and now that we're seeing some volatility give us a little more historical perspective and contacts to help us better understand what's happened so far this month so far this month mean we've been studying the stock market drops going all the way back to 1928 here's what we found five percent drops happen on average about five times a year ten percent drops usually happen about twice a year on average the stock market drops about fifteen percent like once per year year helping us make sense of it meant now i'm seeing this is a little more in line than with historical norm guess going all the way back ninety year long time and so i mean this recent action it is not abnormal what's add normal is the speed at which occurred so let me put it like this last year we were spoiled all right we had a rejuvenated economy we had a story khalid low interest rates we have excitement over the tax cuts it was the convergence of these three catalysts that really led to historic returns on record low volatility i mean what the dow's up like twenty five percent last year it was up by another seven percent through late january and that is when we decided to adjust client portfolios before the drop in february and we took some of our sought gain and we redeployed that capital two other lower risk investments because we wanted to take advantage of what we're seeing in the mark that foresight and adjustment proved to be very very prophetic and it probably helps your clients sleep a little bit better recently so another big question that we have his why all of a sudden the changing character in the stock market what do you think caused the recent uptick in volatility to happen so quickly yeah we think the main culprit aura at least a big catalyst that motivated summon vasser's to take profits it's the rising interest rates this is a story that we've been pound the table on for the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Had been fifteen months since the market had a three percent correction it had been nineteen months nineteen months since the market had a five percent croat okay okay now i understand much better so the stock market moving higher in a steady almost straight line up over the past year that's what was unusual yet of normal and now that we're seeing some volatility give us a little more historical perspective and contacts to help us better understand what's happened so far this month so far this month i mean we've been studying the stock market drops going all the way back to 1928 here's what we found five percent drops happen on average about five times a year ten percent drops usually happen about twice a year on average the stock market drops about fifteen percent like once per year eur helping us make sense of it that now i'm seeing this is a little more in line than with historical nor of his going all the way back ninety years long time and so we mean this recent action it is not abnormal let's abnormal is the speed at which occurred so let me put it like this last year we were spoiled all right we had a rejuvenated economy we had a story kily low interest rates we have excitement over the tax experts it was the convergence of these three catalysts that really led to historic returns on record low volatility i mean what the dow's up twenty five percent last year it was up by another seven percent through late january and that is when we decided to adjust client portfolios before the drop in february and we took some of our sought gain and we redeployed that capital two other lower risk investments because we wanted to take advantage of what we're seeing in the mark that foresight and adjustment proved to be very very prophetic and it probably helps your clients sleep a little bit better recently so another big question that we have his why all of a sudden change changing character and the stock market what do you think caused the recent uptick and volatility to happen so quickly yeah we think the main culprit aura at least a big catalyst that motivated summoned investors investors take profits it's the rising interest rates this is a story that we've been pound the.
"fifteen months" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Ryan says that he also during these years was struggling with a with a prescription pain medicine a pain prescription medicine addiction like so many millions of people are in our country right now and he is forever claimed josh pastors the person that helped him get clean josh encouraging to get cleaned josh helped him get clean he says josh quotes saved my life still he was on probation and violated the probation he says in a variety of ways and it triggered automatically a prison sentence in arizona one of the things i learned a while reporting the story is that if you're gonna violate probation don't do it in arizona because he went to prison went to prison for fifteen months when he gets out of prison he reconnects with josh and now were all the way to november two thousand fourteen where he says he flew out to las vegas to watch memphis playing a tournament out there josh was coach in memphis at a time and memphis played baylor in indiana state i actually remember two games and he says he set with carry passener josh his wife in those gains we'll do next season you might remember didn't go so well that was the 2000 iu well that sees in the same season two thousand fourteen fifty season didn't go so well memphis finish like eighteen and fourteen and a missed the tournament in the first time in four years people were really starting to get on josh pastor in memphis and in in that offseason nick nicking transferred local kid highly recruited kid transferred from memphis austin nichols.
"fifteen months" Discussed on X96
"In a kid a close friend of her boyfriend manchester you're a close friend through text messages and phone calls to commit suicide she's been sentenced to fifteen months in county jail the prosecutors wanted to do a lot more jail time and the kids family the kid who died by suicide they wanted her to rot in jail she could have been sentenced to as much as twenty years in prison the judge sentenced her to two and a half years of the county jail suspended fifteen months and men at the request of ms carter's lawyers of the judge stayed the sentence while an appeal goes through the state courts that could take several months were a few years and means that she will not immediately be going to jail because she's a young pretty white girl utah nurse once accused of sex abuse as settled a lawsuit claiming that police coerced a false confession that he had sexually abused a patient that a roosevelt hospital this is former nurse joshua platform way he says now he's moving on with his life and he doesn't have any hard feelings about the matter i'm not bitter from way who is now thirty said all of this was human error the criminal case against him was dropped in 2015 at the request of prosecutors citing a botched police investigation and roosevelt and manipulative interrogation techniques and it happens those techniques they suppressed every statement the chogm way made during police interviews the judge also said he would not be would not allow the alleged victim to identify way trial because the identification procedure was tainted sean we filed suit in us district court alleging roosevelt police detective peter butcher violated his civil rights by wrongfully arresting and imprisoning me they finally settled a lawsuit and he got a number closed amount of money he apparently did not do it and uh but i think it's interesting that he says i'm not bitter i'm i'm going to move on i don't know how you're not bitter at the better in a pile omonia i don't know how you're not bitter half of the candidates who are running for the mayoral office in detroit half of them are convicted felons well it's detroit four of the mayor hopefuls will face on november have been convicted a felony crimes including assault weapons and drugs it's an exciting tale wicket most recent conviction dating.