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Energy agency: 'Radical action' needed to hit climate goals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Energy agency: 'Radical action' needed to hit climate goals

"The international renewable energy agency says the world must take radical action to shift away from fossil fuels Francesco let Kamera the director general of Irena says nations should invest five point seven trillion dollars annually in solar wind and other forms of clean power this decade to ensure the global warming doesn't pas stages thresholds of the measures proposed in the three hundred forty eight page report on the global energy transition include improving energy efficiency increasing electrification capturing carbon emissions and expanding the use of hydrogen gas I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Report details 'failure' in handling of 1st Smollett case

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Report details 'failure' in handling of 1st Smollett case

"Now now the the justice justice moments moments criminal criminal trial trial is is over over we're we're learning learning more more about about how how Chicago Chicago prosecutors prosecutors handled handled the the actor's actor's initial initial claim claim of of being being the the victim victim of of a a hate hate crime crime you you might might recall recall that that after after Chicago Chicago police police determined determined just just see see some some of of that that story story about about being being beaten beaten in in a a racist racist and and anti anti gay gay attack attack in in two two thousand thousand nineteen nineteen was was false false prosecutors prosecutors in in the the city city charged charged with with filing filing a a false false police police report report and and then then dropped dropped those those charges charges a a lawyer lawyer that that was was appointed appointed to to review review that that says says the the decision decision to to do do so so mark mark quote quote a a major major failure failure of of operations operations by by the the local local prosecutor's prosecutor's office office to to sixty sixty eight eight page page report report said said state's state's attorney attorney Kim Kim Foxx Foxx and and others others in in her her office office made made a a series series of of false false statements statements about about that that case case the the report report says says some some of of the the officers officers actions actions may may have have violated violated legal legal ethics ethics but but did did not not rise rise to to the the level level of of criminal criminal activity activity the the attorney attorney who who did did the the reviewed reviewed Dan Dan Webb Webb went went on on to to prosecute prosecute the the case case against against Malek Malek earning earning a a series series of of low low level level felony felony convictions convictions against against the the actor actor earlier earlier this this month month so so let's let's lawyer lawyer says says there there will will be be an an appeal appeal I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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"first eight pages" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"You know i. I have to say i like mcfarland in life. Eld meeting their writing. Was this but all the time like literally every caption would just be like. Oh like you had to write something for this page like you. Like one of my favorite examples is the lizard fighting spiderman and he's just like Something like the lizard is a creature bread for one a. Killing creature bread for one purpose to kill something like that like really just repeats the same thing twice in. It's just like oh you didn't have anything. It's okay to write everything like like. We are silent. But i think it's a post claremont thing where like claremont definitely had like this. Very novelist style Where his comments are dense like. Even if like when. I'm good or ill. Yeah like excalibur number. One took me like half an hour to read. And it's like twenty pages. Yeah i know. And i bet you guys some people love and Yeah so. I think. Get there. But i can't do that. I think you know as labelle. I think are going for that hitting the mark. It's like telling someone how poetry works and then printed the first of all right. Yeah it's a it's someone who's like i definitely heard of how pros like someone definitely explained. Like what the purpose of roses but like really excited to figure it out for myself that we're being a little mean like it. I i everyone starts somewhere i think and i think that actually hit a very good. I think experts was actually probably the best x-men book at this point in time so there is a strike that they hit. But there's a lot of like speed bumps in this one X. men number fifteen part seven of the song is a really good example of what i mean. 'cause like the first eight pages or mostly just pinups of heroes who kind of introduce themselves in their personality. Knockout bad guy and then page..

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"first eight pages" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Well you know as the things that have been moving. The story forward are choices that people are making. And this is what makes game of thrones so powerful is is like you said in this moment catlin makes a choice and we know that it's going to have major consequences Ever it's going to the downstream consequences of the choices. She makes here shape the rest of the story but on one level what happens here is a coincidence tyrian and catlin show up at the same place so let me throw throw something at you. Which is is this way too. Convenient like it's very very convenient. This is what needs to happen for the plot. This fated moment is one of those Where where does it being atta crossroads. Does it being you know everyone traveling for the tournament of the hand that enough to justify it for you or is this one of those places where as intricate as good as martin is at building an intricate structure. An intricate plot were all. These lives intersect. And it's so meaningful because it's people making choices Is that this. Is i think coincidence a week. It may seem i. I didn't stick on that point. I'll tell you why. I feel like marston. A great job of showing. If you wanna travel from north to south you know callans going north tears coming south. The kings road is really like the only highway. that's worthy of of that track You know you could take a abode or whatever but for most people. They're going to wind up at that in at some point so the timing is a little bit we yet but you know i was thinking about the timing element. Let's imagine a scenario where robb stark had given tearing a warm welcome at nfl. Yeah and he. He was just like Why don't you stay. Stay a couple of days You know enjoy the finest that winner fil has to offer tune with a totally taken the offer. He's got no he's not not in any rush he's telling him to take the offer if rava just shown just a tiny bit of hospitality. The timing of this whole meeting would be different. Maybe those you know maybe tearing and cat cross each other on the road. Yeah but callan has no recourse at that point because the only way that her play works as if there is a bunch of bannerman in that in if they crossed on the road she's got one older night tyrians got five or six men his disposable anyway. But i absolutely right that this whole thing is stitched together by a bunch of choices that people make including someone like rob who has chosen to show tyrian no hospitality. Yeah and this is the point where this story does turn on happenstance. A little bit has of the timing because they show up at the same in at the same time. And that's what really makes it pivot the way that it does That's interesting. I got a couple Literary parallels i wanna throughout great okay every now and again martin will do little. Oh my gosh. Did you ever read the Stephen king's gunslinger. I did not no okay. I don't know if this is the no maggi or not but the who's the woman who's chewing on sour leaf and has like red. Masha the innkeeper. Yeah yeah so. Masha handle is like chewing on this sour leaf and it's made her teeth red and there are a couple of characters who do that in the beginning of stephen king's gunslinger And i know that sometimes likes to put in little. Oh modulus to. Stephen king right so that that was sort of insignificant. The other thing. I wanted to throw at. You is a hobbit a possible. Hobbit a shirt and is maybe not intentional. But you think to the end of the hobbit bilbo thinks that he can steal the arkansas stone and by piece you know if he just takes us thing of great value maybe he can avert a warm and it doesn't end up working out because there's a war anyway right or there's a great band that'll five armies. Yeah well here. Cat is in the situation where she's thinking. This is impossible. The war is like right on the horizon. And then you hear her say a can't come to war it just it. Just can't i have to make the right decision here because war would be a horrible option. And what does she do. She steals this thing of great value from her rival. And what she steals tyrian lancaster. I wonder if they're a maybe. It's a forced sort of force parallel here. But i do see something like is she trying to steal this one chess piece in order to buy peace overall. I don't know what do you think. Well i think we also have a little bit of Prancing pony here you know a little bit of the in meetings right so no. I think you're absolutely right that this is a chapter that is patterned with literary allusions ride. This pulling in genre tropes you know the bloody mouth. The meeting at the end. I mean meeting at the tavern is a you know be probably because of talking probably because of bree prancing pony sure in fantasy in fantasy game play for travelers. Meet at an in. You know the in and the kinds of chance meetings that are allowed to happen at the in our accord trope fantasy at this point and so i i do think it's referenced i. I can't believe i missed it but you're totally right. So that's another question i think about. Do we think you know when i was thinking about what's going on here with a chance meeting and are we happy with a coincidence. Well in fantasy chance meetings are what happened at ends and so is this a you know a genre trope. That's right right totally right. yeah that that's a good point. You know that. Actually maybe stronger payroll in the when i came up with. Let me do a a few introductions That come up in this chapter introduction. So we meet a marsha hell and her sour leaf hoster totally who we learned his bedridden We don't meet him but we hear about him. Yep we hear that. The eerie is impregnable. we hear about the mountain clans of the vale We hear about lady went and her ghosts Up in herron hall yes. Lord frame has many children and his penchant for being tardy to battle meridian. The singer I is introduced. I like the heat. He says the up north is all blizzards and bear skins. Good alliteration there from the singer. Blizzards embarrassed the show. Differences versus book. Differences ain't no. I think that most of the chapter is catlin's interior yet right. Yep so. I think that probably the first eight pages of the chapter is not going to be represented at all. It's that key scene at the end. And i think it's i think the show was pretty faithful to how that all played out. Yeah the rendering of the what happens inside the in fantastic so fun come alive Did you notice any differences One of the things that i really do carry with me is the bloody smile right. it's just so good and you have said many times. The way that martin's writing of horror and informs all of his writing and the always kind of has that instinct or that ability to throw something unsettling in and i just you know for the past few weeks. I've just been seeing these lips pullback over teeth and then like well yeah i think i don't know maybe someone will correct me. I do think that it is something of an omar to these characters in the gunslinger who chewing on this sort of. It's not sourly but it's a it's sort of a a leaf that.

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"first eight pages" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That's aligned with your mission your core and your skills that has a path to making money. you know. There's got to be that opportunity. I think that's the magic. And i think the alignment piece in. And i think you hit on with your core your purpose. I think we all have purpose of reason for being on the planet. Some difference that we feel compelled to make and i agree with you completely frequently shared my story. If you've read my book conscious millionaire grow your business by making a difference the first eight pages of chapter one. I tell the story of becoming a millionaire and for me. It was just that. I grew up poor and at five and said i'm going to be a millionaire. Twenty five got there and three months later. I had a meltdown and i said oh. Got the house in the mercedes but my life Folks as i tell as you know it there's books on this right book wherever you go there you are and i still was there. I still was miserable and still up and still didn't like myself and still had not particularly functional relationships in a minute. I realized that i said oh. Something's wrong with this picture. I'm curious on your journey. We've known each other. I think eight years now goes back. Well what have been some of the major pivot points in terms of building. Your business why. I don't think it's a surprise to anyone of there's a lot of pivoting going on with covid So i'm sure a lot of your guests have spoken about what they've needed to. Do you know at spark six. We've we've run a did a distributed team for nearly ten years so there was a lot about our business that was already set up to work from home offices. And you know having you know kids interrupting and so forth A lot of us on the team of kind of dealt with that know even pre kobe. But i i think for us. It was adapting our mindset so when everything was kind of starting to bubble around march april last year You know we've at that time we've been around for almost ten years as an agency but even with that level of success he still get worried. And i think what was really important for for my business partner to do is to really just kind of get back to. What's our core What can we do to again. Take care of our families. I you know in our and our team members families and finding opportunities that were still available. 'cause we realized there was a panic but then life didn't need to continue so we saw that as a really good opportunity to you know help restaurants that were transitioning from you know in house dining to how do we make sure that their takeout programs amazing through digital you know in that can be said for lots of different companies that were lacking a digital presence at the time but needed to in order for their business to survive. So if you had one one piece of advice for entrepreneurs and coaches business owners about how to achieve financial success what would it be..

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US presents warring Afghan sides with draft peace agreement

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

US presents warring Afghan sides with draft peace agreement

"The United States has presented an eight page draft peace plan to the government in Afghanistan and to the Taliban. The Biden administration wants the warring parties to meet in Turkey in the coming weeks, according to both sides. A draft obtained by The Associated Press outlines terms of the cease fire protection of the rights of women, Children and minorities and calls for a truth and reconciliation Commission. A spokesman for the Taliban says the draft has been received and is being reviewed. There was no immediate comment from Afghan President

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US presents warring Afghan sides with draft peace agreement

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

US presents warring Afghan sides with draft peace agreement

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. offers a draft peace agreement for Afghanistan the United States has presented an eight page draft peace plan to the government in Afghanistan adds to the Taliban the Biden administration wants the warring parties to meet in Turkey in the coming weeks according to both sides a draft obtained by the Associated Press outlines terms of the cease fire protection of the rights of women children and minorities and calls for a truth and reconciliation commission a spokesman for the Taliban says the draft has been received and is being reviewed there was no immediate comment from Afghan president Ashraf Ghani Mike Crossey up Washington

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LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

LSU Mishandled Women’s Complaints Against Les Miles, Players

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Independent investigation finds that LSU routinely mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct

"We've had quite an opera quite an afternoon Talking about the situation with with less miles. And i do I think before we get to our next guest. It might not be a bad idea to to go over some of this and we had Kenny jacoby on earlier he is the reporter who broke most of the this with his Fellow colleagues at at usa today and it's a confusing story. We'll try to piece it together with you as simply as possible too long reports over almost one hundred and fifty pages so we ask kenny. How involved where the board of supervisors that's the board of trustees and lsu they signed off on Less less miles is You know private written reprimand for these allegations against the students And and that's what a lot of the students. I've been speaking today to as you know. These people have known about these issues for a long time and nothing has been done about it until now in until it appeared in a national newspaper. What exactly we asked kenny worthy accusations against less miles less miles was accused of sexually harassing At least two if not three or more Student workers who worked in the athletic department He essentially wanted a role in personally interviewing them and selecting who would be picked and any what we learned today is he had a preference toward blonde Women with large breasts Who were you know particularly attractive. He he wanted this. As a way of sort of selling it to potential recruits selling the school As far as the sexual harassment. What we what we learned is that he you know when he hired these Young women he sometimes offered them To help their careers later later. Down the line after they graduated and then kind of turn that into a more personal relationship with them and and then ultimately one of the women said he kissed her alone when he was driving her in his car One of the other students that that was mentioned in this report today said that she had a very traumatic experience when she was alone in a room with him and alleged some sort of unwanted touching and and Decide such a profound impact on her that she basically up and left. The big headline of the day involves joel He is athletic director. Who wanted to fire miles. But ultimately he did not the athletic director who found his conduct so disturbing Back in two thousand thirteen that he said he thought they could fire him over with 'cause but instead they essentially swept the thing under the rug didn't tell the public about it Gave him a private letter of reprimand and made them attend counseling by then kept them around for another three years until he started losing games. So if that doesn't tell you who really you know has the power and the influence at that university It's hard to say what does and finally we ask kenny. How widespread were the problems these problems. Lsu were pervasive and not just limited to members of the football team or or athletic department. There was a neglect For for providing the proper and appropriate resources to be able to handle sexual assault and domestic violence complaints appropriately There is severe understaffing But when they did even you know process complaints often they would result in basically slaps on the wrist. You know students who'd been found responsible for rape Being allowed to stay on campus under probation so that that was earlier there reporter. We just got through talking to Kanye jacoby is is out with a new story with his team and he telegraphed this when we talked to him but the the new story involves students at lsu there they seem to be about the only folks outrage columnists or calling for miles to be fired at kansas. I mean that's not gonna matter so he's only he's only won three games there. I'd calling for the athletic director to be fired. They're both of them probably will go. I don't think they can be able to withstand the heat but according to a kenny latest in usa today the students on the lsu campus are very unhappy so far the school is announced to administrators. Will face suspensions for their failure to report but students are now saying that that is not enough The co founder of the student group tigers against sexual assault saying there's a myriad of people who need to be disciplined. You can't recognize that you've failed. And then keep everything the same and keep the status quo Lsu has launched it lsu launched this investigation. Not because of something they they felt needed to be rectified. They launched it after the reporting by usa today and in the world and forty eight page investigative report revealed today they pretty much acknowledged that

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Senate nears relief bill votes after half-day GOP delay

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Senate nears relief bill votes after half-day GOP delay

"The Senate is set for a voting marathon on president Biden's massive covert nineteen relief bill after a GOP lawmaker forced an extraordinary delay moments after the Senate took up the one point nine trillion dollar bill yesterday hi jacked Wisconsin's Ron Johnson forced the chamber's clerks to read the entire thing out loud all six hundred twenty eight pages section seventy two oh one definitions through the evening section three oh three C. of the employee retirement income security act of nineteen seventy four and into the early morning it took nearly eleven hours Johnson spent much of it either at his desk work pacing the chamber I hope he enjoyed his Thursday evening to Jordy leader Chuck Schumer as the Senate moves toward a mountain of amendments mostly from Republicans against the bill and virtually all of which are likely to be rejected the Senate aims to approve the bill this weekend Sager mag ani Washington

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Republican Sen. Ron Johnson forces Senate to read all 628 pages of Biden's COVID bill aloud

All In with Chris Hayes

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson forces Senate to read all 628 pages of Biden's COVID bill aloud

"Republican senator. Ron johnson of wisconsin is making good on his promise to slow down that relief. Getting americans by whatever ridiculous means necessary. Don't wanna but i'm going to resist. Okay so the first way. I'm gonna resistant. I'm going to go down and object to the waving of the reading of the bill. I will make them read their six hundred seven hundred page bill. Good for you senator. That's right in the midst of a pandemic killed five hundred and twenty thousand americans thousands every day every day just numb to it now but every day it continues and it's millions out of work. Ron johnson wants to delay help getting out the american by forcing the senate clerics to read allow also allowed all seven hundred twenty eight pages the bill. They have been at it for nearly five hours already. They're expected to go into the wee hours of the morning. Remember the last time that we had a democratic president office. Remember that mitch. Mcconnell said the single most important thing we want to achieve is for president obama to be a one term president the overriding impulsive determined republicans behavior throughout the obama administration. And we're almost surely in for another round of that.

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A seat at the table for workers

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:28 min | 1 year ago

A seat at the table for workers

"Are going to begin with trade. And we're going to do that because it's been awhile since the policy parts of what we buy from and sell to other countries has been the story in trade as opposed to the tariff parts of that part of our economy that dominated the past couple of years and our way in is a three hundred and eight page document out from the white house. This week called fittingly enough. The twenty twenty one trade policy agenda of the united states. It is as i said three hundred pages long. So the t. l. The are here is the biden administration intends to us trade policy to advance racial equity to fight climate change and to take on what it calls. China's coercive and unfair economic trade practices the core theme of the thing though is a worker centric approach to trade workers. The white house says are going to have see table. Marketplace's refinish your is on the trade desk today in a nutshell biden's new priorities mean free. Trade for free trade sake is out the window. It is a big contrast the elite and this president of the economic policy institute pre trump both democrats and republicans for a couple of decades when place trade policies. That were definitely not worker. Centric i would say more corporate centric. She says former. President trump was able to harness latent resentment around jobs industries that were lost over the years. And that's clearly something. The biden administration has tuned in on how that translates into policy over the next four years. Rufus york says president of the national foreign trade council in practice it plays out in enforceable rules on forced labour clear protection of the right to organize and bargain collectively that those need to be elements serve of trade agreements but the biden administration won't be in any rush to enter any new trade agreements according to sharyn o'halloran professor of political economy at columbia university. She says biden will try to shore up us. Competitiveness i as a way to protect workers. They're focusing on by american and precising use of american products and procurements developing infrastructure and so forth but being worker. Centric does not mean being protectionist. Halloran says the use of tariffs is likely to be much more surgical and you can expect a lot of talk of working with allies trade issues. A very clear break with the recent past in new york. I'm revenge sure for

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Donald Trump impeachment trial: what you need to know

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump impeachment trial: what you need to know

"Donald trump may have left the white house but he has not ceased contributing to the history of the american presidency. Beginning later today he will become the first occupant of that office to undergo a impeachment trial for the second time the charges on this occasion relate to his role in inciting january sixth royat which led to the ransacking of the capitol building in washington d c. Five people died one of them a police officer murdered by the mob as we learned the first time. A two-thirds majority of senators is required for conviction. But are the numbers. There were joined with more by. Suzanne lynch washington dc correspondent for the irish times suzanne first of all to washington itself. Are there concerns about further disturbances as the trial gets underway. Well i am. It is important to note andrew. There's still a lot of security here in washington. Dc a lot of armed patrols are still here a lot of fencing and a lot of security around the capitol building in saying this and there's been no specific suggests that there would be any kind of violence today at the fbi is still. There are posters all over the city looking for information about people who evolved in the original capitol hill riots. Many of them at this stage have been arrested. So there is a feeling dash at the security services have made a lot of progress on arresting the people who are involved without nearly four weeks go more than four weeks ago in fact so yeah there it. It's still a city. That's quite tense. But no specific indication that there is anything plan for today. What if anything is donald trump proposing to offer by way of defending himself. Is he actually taking an active interest in his impeachment. Trial this time mersey. He just staying on the gulf coast. Well we had. We saw that he fell out in some way was originally legal team that he had engaged to represent him at this trial and then very quickly appointed two new Figures at david shown ambers koster early last week so That in itself has been quite and quite unusual so we're going to hear from those two lawyers at today when the impeachment trial starts now. The highs impeachment managers who are effectively. The democrats were acting prosecutors at they wrote donald trump last week asking him to testify under oath either before the impeachment trial. It's up or during the impeachment trial. He said no in no uncertain terms dot through his lawyer. So that's not happening as we don't expect to hear from donald trump. They have been quite clear. Though about the argument they expect to make. They filed a seventy eight page brief yesterday. And there are a couple of lines of defensively like we're expecting them to use as significantly in the most The most important will be the argument that this whole process is flawed. That it's unconstitutional to try a president who has already left office in an impeachment trial now. A lot of legal experts have questions about that. Don't agree with that argument but that is definitely one of the arguments are going to make. Also that his comments in his speech is incendiary speech that was delivered on the mall just before the capitol hill attack. That thought is protected by the first amendment rights pre speech. Which of course is so important and so strongly to here in the united states and there are other arguments are making that this political theater by the democrats that donald trump was speaking figuratively talking about the need to fight during that speech. So but i think we're going to see predict on the first day is debated about this constitutionality. Argument is this. Is this legal to hold a present. Try it of course in the past. Is this the first time this has happened as you pointed out that our president has been impeached for the second time and be after. He's facing trial after he has had office but we have examples read history. Were other officials like judges. Were tried and impeachment. After they left office so democrats argue that no this it may not have happened before with the president but that it is perfectly legal as we've discussed before it does seem unlikely that they will be sufficient republican votes to secure that two-thirds majority in the senate. What do we understand of the calculation that republican senators who vote to acquit. donald will be making. Will they be acting out of foam principal and a conviction that he is an innocent man or are they still really really scared of his base in the trouble that he might be able to cause them especially in primaries. I manage this is quite so. What's so interesting about this impeachment. It's taking pay so early. In the psych of joe biden. It's almost as if republicans. Now they will they will have to go publicly on the record on donald trump. At a time where i tink. There's still a lot of soul searching by the direction of the party. So we saw last week. There was controversy over Marjorie taylor green very much trump acolyte in the house and under the controversy over lists charging the third ranking republican in the house who you know broke with their party and voted to impeach donald trump. But she survived. He got quite a decisive vote in her favor. A private meeting last week so that would suggest that republicans privately are not so enamored with donald trump. Bussey may seem publicly. I think what's going to happen though. And this provides an for republicans. If you like is that they may well hide behind this argument about process at that. The whole the constitutionality of the entire impeachment trial rather than cast judgment on the substance of the allegation against donald trump himself i think that would allow allow republicans at to vote to quit donald trump without condoning or supporting his behavior on john six. So i think that's where this story is. Probably going i think most republicans will vote to a question but based on that argument that the process itself is flawed. Not on the fact that he is innocent of the charges of lucia accused.

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EPISODE 35:  Election Fraud / Interference - The Facts, The History & The Conspiracy Theory - burst 02

The STATECRAFT OBSERVER Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

EPISODE 35: Election Fraud / Interference - The Facts, The History & The Conspiracy Theory - burst 02

"It got me thinking back to twenty seventeen And it was about one hundred twenty days into president. Trump's presidency and i wrote an article on statecraft was over dot com called plot. Twist the komi in in it. I kind of touched on a scenario. That i thought was intriguing and it was right around the time that memo's were coming about For komi where the left was just so hard up to try and find something anything they can impeach president trump on and They're at that point in time. The democrats were demanding. Memo's be released in an investigation launched and impeachment proceedings to start and so i theorized in that article that you know what if blinded by their absolute rage over losing the election in november and doing whatever it takes to get president trump out of the white house they now have inadvertently exposed information within other memos comey may have made because they wanted to make all of comey's memo's pop public record right at the time it was all about how komi keeps these immaculate notes on everything and anything he does. It was the whole reason why after he was president trump that one day he immediately went out to his car grabbed laptop and started writing out notes from that from that meeting that everybody wanted where he's a take it easy anyway but that opened the door to all of comey's memo's well at the time and of course s things played out. You know we. We got access to some of them but not all of them and you know it really did kind of turn on the democrats what i thought because know i made the point. Could you imagine the look on president trump's face if he were to be exonerated of any wrongdoing which did happen right. He did get impeached but at the same point in time he got acquitted as well because there was no wrongdoing. Even the molar report showed that there was no wrongdoing. And you know those four hundred and forty eight pages are out there. There's very very little redacted to muller's credit into Ag bars credit there was very little redacted in that document. So you can actually go out and see. Just how much of the report was there. And there was no russian collusion which we knew all along well. Those of us who knew president trump knew all along but i wrote in the plot twists. The komi memo's back in two thousand seventeen and linked to it so you guys can go back and take a look at it if you want to. It's a short article to like a minute and a half to read. But anyway you know if i made the point that if he was exonerated of any wrongdoing and then to add insult to injury for the democratic party that You know they actually exposed through those memos and documents wrongdoing done by the democrats in thereby getting hillary clinton locked up right which you know we finding out now. Due to release of memos that were done earlier this year. But that's exactly what happened. That this whole russian collusion story that chased or that was held over a president trump ted for two years and You know hindered. His presidency in the beginning was all made up and fabricated by hillary. So in prepping for this week's podcast. I was thinking about that and so i wanted to kind of lay out since two thousand seventeen when i wrote that my gut knee joking reaction was actually right just took a while for it to pan out took almost four years for it to pan out but i was right. I wanted to talk about the election fraud now. Obviously we don't have four years to have this one pan out and president trump is running out of time and it's looking more and more likely that we will have a biden harris administration As much as it pains me to say. I

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"first eight pages" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"Thanks for joining us for episode two, one, eight, two, one, eight page, and we've been gone a little bit. Yeah. I had some stuff going on we couldn matchup as far as our calendars and I've been kind of under the weather with all this allergy crap and we had a whole string of hurricanes. No kidding right and I think there's another one out in the Caribbean I think in Russian Yeah That's about. So audience our apologies we missed a couple of weeks where we're working on make sure it doesn't happen anymore but this is a first Friday qa before we get into the questions. Let's do gruesome reviews. Okay. The first one is hello mark. I am a student Oklahoma University School of Law's masters of oil and gas program I just found your podcast and I have listened to every single one since the beginning on spotify goodness that's that goes way back I to me about three weeks but I learned so much. I just joined the street team I heard one podcast where you would like to have student share their experiences in the programs. I am a non traditional student who is coming into the industry and I volunteer to be on the show I signed up for the street team and I look forward to getting more involved. I have an international background and I love hearing your perspective on the way they do an energy in other countries I've lived on four continents. Wow that's awesome and I have seen energy done in several different ways. Thank you for all that you do ensuring or knowledge regards Sherry Crow yes. When I saw this I thought it was Sheryl Crowe. She's a listener that's pretty cool. But I'm actually happier that it Sirri Crow Sherie welcome to the. PODCAST family. Glad. You joined the street team I will actually honestly I want to get paid to do it but I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA go finding on the street team will reach out to as appreciate you reaching out to us and we love our street team members. They're part of our family and wars than a great job run in that group, and we got another one five star review. Fantastic show really liked to show in terms of how it covers the industry. The industry's really immoral. It's a shame how the new generation not even open to work in it yet is a shame how G. suggests making industry tractor two people in the early twenties, and this is some Houston banker in the US via Apple. PODCASTS we need to change the perception of industry number one, number two, we need to change the way that we historically treated our employees..

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The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo Review

Books and Boba

04:52 min | 2 years ago

The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo Review

"With, the heart of an ad with tail and the visuals of a classic Asian period drama. The empress of salt and fortune is tightly and lushly written narrative about empire storytelling and the anger of women a young royal from the far north sent south for a political marriage alone in sometimes reviled, she has only her servants on her side. This evocative debut chronicles horr- is to power through the eyes of her handmaiden at once feminist high fantasy and a thrilling indictment of monarchy. That's I remember when this book got a buzz. The Library Journal said it was the day of the month buzzfeed said it was A. Pretty much like the fantasy novel of Spring Twenty Twenty. So I was really excited about it plus handmaidens tail and a political drama. Yeah. Sure. That's that sounds like something that I'm really interested in. Yeah. I mean my main thing is. I don't know if the handmaidens hill comparison is that are descriptive of what this story really is because to me, it definitely was a pro woman story, but I don't really know if I got handed until vibes besides the fact that there's like a handmaiden it you know I actually got more of. The handmaiden, the Korean movie. I got more of that five because that movie is It's told multiple multiple perspectives and us the story is not what seems like and you kind of have to like piece together everyone's motives and how their plans and motives like fit together. So it kind of reminded me more of that movie. Yeah, which is also based on a book. It's based on the fingersmith Sarah Waters, which I highly recommend. It's it's great. Yeah. It's also queer, which is you know this book is also very Queer Zaveri Queer friendly story. There is a lot of different characters on all sides of the LGBTQ spectrum I guess we can start with just how the story is set up. So the story is told through I guess, would you call the second person narrative? Is that what this is or now I? It's third person narrative right? Actually it's third person and then when it switches to flashbacks, swin rabbit is telling the story that's first person right so but basically the main character or the protect I mean tonight even protectionist right like the. I guess perspective character. Through the story. The main character is a monk or in this world, a cleric named chief who is coated as a non binary they go by them pronouns and their. Magical. Talking Bird companion who is actually like a supercomputer right? To go there like a bird that can remember an archive everything it sees and hears you know I had to Google what a what a hoopoe was his Like through context clues was like, okay, it's a bird but what this bird? Looks like Google Google. It was I mean right off the bat and we can talk about this later. Now we want but it's this book is Novella it's really short. It's one hundred and twenty eight pages I wanNA say or it's it's less than a hundred pages I'll wet. Okay. So I just checked how many pages it was on kindle. It's one hundred twelve pages. Okay. So even less yeah, and in those short on a pages, it does a ton of world building and I know this is something that you and I have thoughts about. But like to me, I feel like it did a lot of world building through giving really sparse details. Requiring the reader to kind of fill in the blanks. Right off the bat, you have a talking bird which took me a while to figure it was a bird. you have supernatural hungry ghosts. Yeah. And like implied magic in the world to there's allusions to Mejia's and whether magic like we mentioned. So like right off the bat it Kinda throws you into this world that the reader has to figure out what's going on through context lose. Totally independent of the actual narrative because I think even without the like fantastical. Does also stand alone on its own as like A. Story of political intrigue. In. Rebellion Yeah.

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"first eight pages" Discussed on Go Fund This!

Go Fund This!

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on Go Fund This!

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The alpha generating opportunity for the second half of 2020

Bloomberg Surveillance

05:58 min | 2 years ago

The alpha generating opportunity for the second half of 2020

"Of K P W as we enter the second half over this year, I think we have very little clarity, Visibility whatsoever. Government e Year and well this economy and the pandemic situation will look like from New York City this morning. Good morning to world alongside Tom Kay. Together with Lisa, Grab it some Jonathan Farrow, one hour, 12 minutes away from your opening about We roll over just a little bit. A mild move lover, down six points. The S and P 500 off by 2/10 of 1%. That's the equity market is the bond market for your Treasury yields have been lower. The curve has been flattered through much to the morning so far, your 10 year yield comes down to basics points. You're 30 year down almost three and a foreign exchange muted price. Actually, G 10 through much of this morning euro dollar Going absolutely nowhere. Poundsterling just a little bit weak. It's on the pound. Just a little bit lower. Well, interesting in the pound. Maybe Francine Lacqua, driving the pound weaker with her conversation with the chancellor of the exchequer earlier today, right now to have you reset for the second half of 2020 a guy who writes an incredibly interesting short research note. Michael Purvis is great because it six or seven or eight pages instead of the 30 pages a boilerplate that your eyes glaze over on. And in that he always tries to get out front of the trend. He did that to a tea with the Asia currency dynamics about 23 years ago. He is tall back and we're thrilled. Michael could join us this morning. Michael Purvis real simply. Where's the opportunity? Right now? What do you writing about is the truth. Alfa generating opportunity for the second half. You know, it's it's a tough question. Tough. I think for any of us, we were shifting. I would start by answering that question. If we were the first half was very fine area, you know, almost sort of wrist on wrist Call Allah 2010. The second half is going to be a much more nuanced sort of less binary set of analyses. And there's a lot of things that are just to come into the foreground. Just after we clear the Fourth of July holiday, which is all of that right around the corner. They're so I think the framework shift there, you know, in terms of how one position For the second half. I am looking, you know, opportunistically to sell volatility. I did that a couple of weeks ago when we had that big spike after the FOMC. There. You know, I'm looking at, you know, on my long equity portfolio toe have sort of a core ballast of what other people have. Which is you know the big cap tax, which is sort of an all weather type of Equity investment. It's almost a separate after classes to itself. There. I think the areas that are very interesting into the second half is looking at this potential sort of pivot where Europe, the European condition. Maybe moving into a into a more interesting place with stimulus slowly coming together and at the same time writing political risk in the United States. With a whole bunch of uncertainties. But what kind of policies were going to get out of D? C in 2021? There's no like I expect. I expect for the f B X, you know, to be most likely rangebound. I think it's gonna be hard to be a committed bear in the second half, but the same time it's gonna be hard to be That they committed bowl and then I think not too much that answer, But I would also suggest that look, you know it's it's arguably a consensus trade right now, but I've been Very constructive and precious metals for some time, and I continued to be so I think we're going to see a lot of pick up their particularly in the minors and silver. Well, Michael, that's basically a whole book. So let's pick out part of the story gets a Europe Do you think we could see re allowed performance on the continent? Well, I you know, Look, European equities have been the mother of all value traps for some time. We've all been there revolved and you know, sort of excited. You had a glimmer of hope in 2017 that lasts about 6 to 9 months. There. But I do think that there's something that investors have to keep their eye on here. Which is that there is, um you know, perhaps a bit as the catalyst has brought together. The new sense of European cohesion, and you're saying that with this with this very large 750 billion grow stimulus plan France, Germany over Anchoring there, and it seems like there's slowly getting old 26 countries on on board with it, but it's very important because it underscores declining. If it happens, it'll level harmonized. Interest rates across the eurozone. Um you know the spread of TB. The bones will come down and arguably, O'Neil should come higher as well. But at the same time, the political risk premium that's always exist in the euro should come down. I think I look, there's a lot Can happen between now and that you know whenever that might become a reality, but it represents a very, very important chefs in terms of training it, you know, it may be The long euro trait is the easier crazy and say my along the equities right now or or or the widow maker of sorting fun, but I think it's very, very important because over the long term mechanic tracked Very substantial capital flows that have been very US focus. Back into the eurozone, and that has implications that will ripple across. I think the whole the whole investment landscape. Again with the caveat gifted when it comes to happen, But there is a moment of building there that We had not seen before. Michael purpose

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A high-profile case turns into a fight over the First Amendment

Mike McConnell

02:00 min | 2 years ago

A high-profile case turns into a fight over the First Amendment

"Brand called zero those of a political prisoner that's what they call Roshan Davis she's the man who was arrested in over the Rhine a couple of weeks ago the video went viral most people have seen it by now where he's saying after the corona virus today talking about how we party in Cincinnati and in spite of corona virus and he was locked up and when he was picked up the next day and he's been behind bars ever since on a very high bond of three hundred fifty thousand dollars there is a hearing today and that could lead to his release group called the first amendment lawyers association in town has filed a fifty eight page brief on his behalf alleging that he is a quote political prisoner courses and they say that nearly in though the stay home water the governor has said of the health department director actually said that that does not in any way mean the limit someone's first amendment right to free speech mmhm and they say that are they claim Davis has done nothing that a number of white people haven't done they point out that of white suse gone to church of god and craft stores to shop for supplies gall bladder and they were to exercise what else did they say they pointed out a number of specific things where they believe that people violated the order but weren't arrested and aren't sitting in jail today mmhm and then they say that the Davis being unfairly singled out the should be released immediately like I said there's a hearing this morning yeah that could determine if the bond will be lowered or if he will be set free by golf last week in black people were playing golf too another you already lied about that it will be comparing his videos to all of their videos the way people yeah did you put up a video now he's actually in trouble for inviting other people to come out and they claim that he never actually incited violence or encourage other people to come me just commented on what was going on mmhm all right

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Keeping our connection with each other

Hacking Your Leadership

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Keeping our connection with each other

"Are for this week's episode. I WanNa talk about keeping things in perspective last year. My Kids School announced. They were doing away with homework. Take him work still be provided so kids could practice but none of it's required. None of it has to be turned in and this isn't unique to Mike at School. Thousands of schools are going this route two in our house. Homework is still absolutely required. Just because it doesn't need to be turned in doesn't mean it as an important the first time I told my son that he got exasperated because he thought this new policy meant he was done with homework forever. I explained to him that just because the school didn't require it didn't mean them wasn't important. I told many of his classmates would still be doing homework because their parents knew how important it was to and it was in this moment that I realized these no homework. Policies were going to widen the divide between the high performers and the low performance at many schools. Why because for parents who have the time the energy the patients the skill and the commitment? This new policy isn't going to change anything but for homes lacking those things. It's likely those children at practicing these skills less and become less proficient in them in some households. Only getting homework done is the knowledge that the report cards GONNA suffer. If it isn't done I bring this up because I came across a meeting yesterday online. The mini chuckle at first. But then maybe Kinda Sad. It's a screen shot from the movie. Shrek it shows Lord Farquaad who's voiced by John Lithgow Hyphen Castle addressing the Knights. Who are about to go rescue the princess from the Dragon as he's talking he says some of you may die but it's a sacrifice. I'm willing to make and it's ironic and funny. He's not putting himself in danger. But he's talking about sacrifice when I saw. This was in the context of bashing a company whose employees were told. They had to continue working by company. Leadership who are being characterized as tone-deaf since they themselves were able to work remotely or even stop working together without financial risk to themselves. I looked again at my own situation. My kids will not be going physically back to school at all for the rest of the year. The Governor of California made that announcement yesterday. And that's a scary thought because as parents my wife and I want our kids to love school and dwell in it we've had to take crash courses and becoming home. Schoolteachers basically overnight. We're failing mostly but we're trying really hard. The we have help. We're in a school district that adapted very quickly using technology for remote schooling. Our kids have ipads with applications that allow them to communicate directly with their teachers. My wife and I are working from home and we have the time to make sure the work is getting done. Plus because we're really doing the whole quarantine thing it's cutting down a little on the warriors. Getting sick we feel largely that at this point. It's within our control. But it's not everyone control depending on your job your home life and your resources this worldwide shutdown is gonNA impact you differently than others. This virus doesn't care about your job your home life or your resources. So in that regards equalizer but how different people are able to respond to? It varies greatly. I think about trying to become a home. Schoolteacher my stir crazy kids who miss their friends while also having to work forty hours a week outside my home or having to work in close proximity to co workers and customers hoping not bringing something home to my family because someone near me just wasn't being as careful as I try to be. I think about how prepared my kids would be to start school next year. If they're district hadn't had the resources to pit into distance learning environment basically in a week I think about how they would do. Schoolwork with their ipads or that are laser printer that printed eight pages over the first year we owned it and is now putting twenty pages a day. I think about our very reliable Internet connection and how it's allowed me to continue my consulting practice and be there for my clients while both my kids participate in zoom calls with their classrooms simultaneously. I'm reminding myself of all these things daily because our entire country went from wanting these things to needing them overnight and yet millions of people don't have them millions. I know there will always be the haves and the have nots will. I'm floundering through my kids. Schooling entertainment there are people living in luxury bunkers. Remote vacation homes just writing this whole thing out. But if you're a leader of people part of your job just became being aware of this situation and how it impacts each and every one of your employees because chances are some of them who weren't struggling at all in two thousand nineteen are really struggling now. I was twenty two years old on nine eleven and I remember how much we all came together in the weeks and months afterwards crime dropped all over the country. People went out of their way to help strangers. There is a sense of rotary. We all felt with each other. Because we're all uniting us to common enemy. This pandemic should be no different but it is because it's very nature is one that requires as much isolation as possible. We are being put in as many situations where we can help others and competition for resources like toilet paper and hand sanitizer during the last month brought the worst and some people fear brings out the worst some people we were afraid after nine eleven but we shawn comforting each other. Were afraid again today but we need to keep our distance when the proverbial dust settles here. Hopefully soon there will be those who come out of it stronger than they were before and others who have really fallen behind financially educationally occupationally and socially but how many people and how far behind they are will depend partly on how we think outside the box on how we take care of each other if you lead a team reach out to your people. Ask them if they're struggling. Tell them how you're struggling find ways to support each other and keep those very important connections. A friend remarked to me last week that he thinks handshakes gone forever. That even after the risk is gone. We won't bring them back and he could be right when you stop doing something long enough. It leaves you. Social distancing is stopping us from doing a lot of things including handshakes and many of those things are critical to our humanity and our ability to work together. The efforts we take now to shoulder some of this burden for each other. We'll be what leads us to keep our humanity long after we've come out of hiding. Thanks for listening and have a great day.

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How Amazon Can Help You Create Your Next Product

The $100 MBA Show

04:55 min | 2 years ago

How Amazon Can Help You Create Your Next Product

"What's great about Amazon is that anybody can go on Amazon Dot Com and find out what selling what's not selling what people like? Well people don't like how much they're willing to pay. Hey for solutions. And we're there's a gap or a need in the market to illustrate this technique. I'm going to start with an example. I'm a uses example in today's episode. Let's say for example. I'm a travel expert and I want to create a course on how to save money on your next vacation or next holiday so the first thing I'm GonNa do who is I'm gonNA find out. Is there money in this idea. Are People willing to spend money on better travel. Okay on the idea of travel so I'm going to list all the things that people buy in travelling so there's travel guides books. They're our suitcases right. There's backpacks there's travel pillows. Just make a whole list of things that people spend on comes to travel. Then I'm going to go into Amazon. I'm GONNA find out. Is it a ghost town when it comes to these things these products or is it pages upon pages ages of products and reviews for each products that thousands of reviews for each product. If so. I know that there's a market here that people are willing to pay for people are producing all these products that are buying these products and the reviews so travel is a place that people spend their money. If I search doesn't find there's only like a Patriot to each item. That tells me not. A lot of people are spending their money on travel. But that's not the case in this example so let's move on. What's the next step? So we know there's money in this this market so next I'm GONNA go to Amazon Dot com again in the search box. I'm going to read the word travel when I do this. There's over two hundred thousand results also in over forty eight pages. Okay now the purpose of doing this. I want to find out. What are the things that people are curious about or buying lying or spending money on when it comes to travel? Why because in my course I WANNA make sure I cover these areas ice? Show them how you can save money with those those things or give them tips on how to get the best product. So when I do that I see luggage. I see toiletry banks. I see nick pillows. I see a power. Converters traveled converters water bottles comfortable shoes backpacks devices so you can find out how heavier bag is like a scale bill so these are all things I wanna make sure I include in my training because people are interested in these things. They want to know more about them how to buy them how to use them if they should use them all that kind of stuff. The next step is I'M GONNA go in to the book section four my keyword in my case it's travel. I'm under the top books for travel and it could be general books on traveling. It could be specific books on specific cities and I would just choose choose a major cities like New York took you roam and why do i WanNa do this. Will I WANNA find out from the reviews. Well people like about these books and what they don't like and I like to filter for three star reviews because three of us are the ones that are going to give me a balanced view as well as a little a bit of something they like and they don't like but most importantly they're gonNA share what they wished they could have read where they wish they could have learned where they wish they could have known. They wish they could have had in that book. And that's because I can then grab that stuff grab those needs that they're looking for and produce them solve those problems for them in my product. This is how you're going to differentiate yourself from other courses on travel on other courses on how to save money while traveling all that kind of stuff you're going to use the same language as the people that are your potential customers that have given three so reviews for some of these books and said I wish this book covered this. So use that language on your sales page you could say. Don't you wish you knew how to ex- what you're doing here is you're finding out what people want what they want to learn what they're trying to get out of this experience whether you're providing a course or a product or a service and three star reviews were reveal so that information and what's great about Amazon is he can literally just copy and paste these reviews and put them into your own spreadsheet and as your organizing organising your ideas and building your product. You can use them as a reference. I need include these things. But don't forget to also include the things that people liked about the books of the book covered. XYZ make sure you're covering XYZ. Don't stop at one or two or three of us. Myra combinations get thirty forty fifty reviews that will tell you a little bit about what they love a little bit about what they want. This is basically focus group information. This is like information that people pay for companies pay big bucks for this and you have air disposal at your fingertips with Amazon Dot Com

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Disrupting the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofit Luminaries

07:03 min | 2 years ago

Disrupting the Nonprofit Sector

"Boop. How're you doing today? I'm good and EVA. Thank you for having me absolutely. I really appreciate you being on. I'm going to kick pick us off with maybe the most important question out of this entire interview. What's up with the UNICORNS BOO the UNICORNS It's it's a symbol of force actor Sir. 'cause we are magical. Were amazing and we are expected to perform miracles with lack of resources and resources that are highly restricted. And yet we he managed to do amazing things everyday and so I just kind of on a whim said we're the UNICORNS of the sector in it. I guess it kind of caught on kind of cut on. Yeah so so. The magical creatures because of the investment the lack of resources the work that gets put in and the ability to essentially make it happen all of those things. You learn easy. Brilliant now are. Do you have a specific focus in in your nonprofit work earlier we were talking about. You got your masters in in Ah over in Washington University in St Louis Right. Yeah and you said you had more of a macro kind of approach but have you had a specific focus when it comes to nonprofit where I got my masters ashes in social work which made my parents very proud so especially since I switch over from being pre med. Is that right. Yeah that I didn't know. Wow Okay so yeah that those workers amazing I know you have an MSW and I thought you know I. I think there's just so much important work to be done. And they're just at all sorts of different levels and I thought I wanted to really go into community development work mark policy systems and management work. Probably because I think it's just extremely difficult and really emotionally challenging to do direct service. Work you you have done. Yeah so I have deep respect for direct service petitioners in our in our sector. It is tough. I mean there's a lot of trauma involved. There's a lot of secondary trauma that that direct service Chris. But those that are leading the charge in those that have more of an administrative viewpoint. That's also essential right because you can see that organizational aspect that a lot of direct line service folks sometimes times. Don't see or maybe they do see it. But it's it's how do we connect those two now going back to the whole Unicorn piece of doing the work that's done in the community with the with the lack of resources you don't shy away from speaking towards issues of fundraising and development. You've you've posted articles or block posts hosts on issues of displaying. What salary ranges are in job postings? You've talked about how you need to have multi year grants as opposed to just a single single year grant or let's hear let's give investment see how it goes right. How how has that been received when you come up with some of those challenging perspectives from donors and foundations specifically typically? It's exciting and terrifying I think there's a lot of I really love her sector but I do think there are many challenges that we have to be able to overcome in order to do most effective work for our communities. And so there's a bunch of things that we perpetuate because we tend to be very differential Right we become come differential to our donors to our funders and to the status quo. oftentimes we maintain things and I think we have to really challenge. It's things so whenever I write about these things yeah They can be Kinda scary. I especially when I write about funding dynamics for example would publish is a blockbuster. The all written on Sunday right and publish at like midnight or one am and at five. Am I wake up thinking someone who's going to defy organization. I just I just know it especially when I write things that are really outside people's comfort zones like for example less last year I wrote about how we just need to get rid of grant. I proposals altogether grant applications. They are such a big waste of time in our sector right for us to spend all this time trying to translate a work into the whims of different funders. One only wanted one page application or five hundred words on your mission and no one's eight pages on your mission and values or whatever over. It's ridiculous yeah and it has this sort of meritocracy thing where whoever writes the best gratifications are the ones who get the funding community. Never mind the work right. Never mind the impact. It's like okay. This is a good Polish report and application. So we'll give it to you as opposed to yeah work. That's been done the comedian the result is also more importantly like we have to think about out who is actually being have the resources to to write the best application. It's offense is not going to be the communities that are most affected by injustice right marginalized communities. And so how have you seen have. Have you lost any funding. If you're comfortable talking about the have you had folks who have said. Hey we just don't line up on this. No I think to to funders credit they have actually very receptive. And oftentimes don't agree with my views. But I have never had a fund whose at you know. We can't find you because of the things that you've said and this is something that we all need to do. A Better job at is we need to treat people as adults and as human beings and I know there are power dynamics so I'm not naive about that. Sure but I do think that we let the power dynamics get the better of us and so we don't trust most people to be able to have arguments and discussions so yeah. Many of these ideas I present are very controversial and funders may not agree. But I've never ahead of under say that that's terrible and never gonNA find you again. Well it's interesting because earlier. We were talking about kind of the whole aspect of social workers and MSW's and kind of how we differ you just mentioned shinned and a lot of times we try ship the spotlight from us to either the clients were serving or the quote unquote work. That we're doing we're not in this necessarily become Richard B.. Heroes WE WANNA make a difference in the community but a lot of times. That approach is kind of what you're talking about is we ended up taking a back seat or were not willing to have a harder conversations with the people who can fund us. So I if I'm hearing you right where you're saying is we've got to have those conversations and and be bold enough to ask and respectful enough to these funders. These people in these power dynamics to challenge them a little bit and in your experience they've risen to back haul. Yeah absolutely we need to do it and I also also I really want us to get out of this sort of myth of selflessness like doing this because we're trying to lift up the communities trying to make the world better. I would like us all to understand Dan that we each have a stake in this. I am doing this work. Sure because I want to help people but also because I am selfish right now I live in this community in my kids are going to grow up here. I want this to be the best world for them and for me as possible and so we get into this mentality like you have kids and evolve right so you have to you and you want them to be successful in this world to and so we had to like get out of this charity pity mindset like all of us need to understand and that we can actually use understand this sort of selfishness and it's not always a bad thing for us to do what's best for community

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"first eight pages" Discussed on The Complete Creative

The Complete Creative

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on The Complete Creative

"Can check it out for yourself and now without further ado. Let's get on with the shoe. Take it away Chris. Tell us what you're passionate about these days. You know it's funny because I feel like I spend so much time just like working that my work is a passion definitely consumes quite a bit of my wife but when I'm not working I enjoy spending time with my family but also enjoy my my guilty pleasure. Let's guilty not guilty about it. But I I love love logging into country role and just say binging. A bunch of anime. It's Kinda my my passion right now. What's your favorite one man? I'm I'm a one piece nerd just completely but Man I love. I'm watching. I'm watching a lot of your shown and shows at the moment so Like on my hero academia like a black clover so it's a lot of your Your character a wants to be the point or wants to be the best blink rate and then the whole show is like their adventure how they try and accomplished their dream But I think that really resonates with me my personality. I'm definitely bit of a dreamer. W put certain dreams on pedestals. So that I think I find that very apathetic and it's nice to have that bit of Catharsis of someone else chasing somebody else. You know their own dream but I liked the heavy wants to. I mean you've got your classic dark shows like a death note. You know there's one I o Alvin I'm GonNa. I'm probably not gonNA PRONOUNCE IT correctly but Academy got kill which I I adore. I think it's just like a brutal brutal show A game of thrones style. There's like no no respect for any character like you fall in love with someone and then they're going to die But what I love about is they just. They make you care about them before they killed him off. They make you care so much. And it's great and then they also they're just so great exporting like the grey areas and nuance of like people who think they're doing good or people who think they are evil evil action derived from good intention basically and that's really compelling theme for me. I find that really interesting Michio I. It's one of the things that I think flows through my own work but I had to ask you about one piece thing because I have. You seen the graph that that showed the most popular That chose the most popular Manga over the past twenty five years and it was like a facebook. Just yes yeah twenty. Five years one piece has been the most popular Manga without like. Nothing has come close to it. Twenty five straight years of it being the most popular Manga Bananas. It's massive. It's so I love it. I love it so much. It's like such a weird would show her little. I mean not a show like weird little manga than the show of course is equally as weird but man I love it so much And the fan base is huge. And it's it's massively international. I mean you have I mean so. My wife and I went to visit Beijing And we were there and they have all these little markets tourist traps and whatnot. Boy I see all these little side shops and they'd have like rip off like fake one piece merchandise that they were making themselves and like trying to sell tourists like this China. Like why? What's going on here But there's a gust a sub credit for it and it's it's a huge huge separate and like every so often you'll see someone posts something like I think during the last World Cup I think it was correct me if I'm wrong but I think it was after I think Japan did fairly well last time after their game they had lost but some like fellow one piece fans from these different countries in the running into each other like at the stadiums started singing the theme song together and it was like this video that went viral and read it for moment and it was beautiful. I almost here up was great. That's the I like stories like that. That's like good in the world right. We're stuck with so much bad in the world time. Save barring us that like I've been trying to figure out like how to zone all of that. Out without derelict. Duty to being part of the world right right. That's that's the beauty of fandom. Right amazing there's a trade off to it. Of course like Phantom can also be very negative but but it can also be such a unifying force and it can cross cultures and cross nationalities ratings. You know people enjoy what they enjoy and then like if you realize that you enjoy the same thing that somebody else enjoys I mean humanizes them first of all but to get. It provides a conduit for communication at empathy in some capacity. You know for sure I mean that's the heart of it. You know. I mean for me when I think about when I think about making work or making something. It's about taking a little piece of myself and having resonate with the little piece of of the reader viewer or the person who's watching it and then if you do that a bunch of times you suddenly have like everyone is resonating at that same sort of frequency of we're together and it creates something across continents and across ages that That is beautiful. Yeah I mean I completely agree. I mean it's also it's obviously easier said than done which I mean you know very well And also I think very terrifying as the creator just because you are. You're taking the. You're making a massive assumption in terms of not an assumption but a you're taking the liberty of trying to trying to understand what your audience is going to resonate with and creating something that you know that they will resonate with right and I think their different approaches to it rates. Thems- you you create. Something would know audience in mind. And just you think it's good and you hope other people to And other times he'd eat the complete opposite. We like you know. I just want to make something that people are GonNa like. I need to sell something. But you know and you're kind of chasing commercial idea but You know there's vulnerability there as well for the creator that like you're up for exposing part of of the you are Whether it's a good part whether it's not a good part Does I think it's a creator? There's always a real mess that you kind of bring to the table And you're hoping that people don't take that and just like throw it back in your face and make you regret ever putting it out in the world. The more the older I get as a creator and the more I do this the more I I I WANNA say resonate. But I connect with George Lucas He did this interview. He what he was selling Disney seventy was telling Lucasfilm to Disney where he just looked defeated. Where he's like I'm trying to be a good steward for this thing like trying but I I clearly not the right Stewart and I feel that very deep in my bones because I as I make stuff and especially the when something is successful and you go back to it like I did with my Book Echo by Jones. After years of being away from it. I just delivered this book. That the the next issue of EKAPAT after ten years basically of not working with it. And I'm freaking out because I'm going to be this George Lucas effect or have people going to resonate still in the same way that they did with the first thing that I made. I mean I was quite a bit younger. I was in my mid twenties much angrier much more despondent and much more decision than I am now currently so trying to to to go back to. Those wells is Luckily so far at least the few people who've responded have not been in with vitriol so I'm happy but it's something I think about all the time you bring up an interesting point because I I wondered I'd be really curious to see if with the body if your audience you know because like let's say some kid or to stumble across a pod in start reading it now right. They're gonNA have a lot of access to allow more access to the story than like I did when I first encountered it. I mean I I have a soft spot break apart him Katrina those. Were the first things of yours that I engaged whether I remember like like messing new on. Aim back in the day because that's what we did aim an email but just feeling hey can you send me the PDF cause any shots. My boss the Hollywood game right but there was only like the one or two issues I think and Now that they're more you know your audience first encountering is not going to know they're not going to have you here to tell them like. Oh yeah there was a X. number of years gap between these issues. They're just going to read them through and I wonder if they'll be able to tell the difference in terms of like who. Us The like the author are as a person or like what you're putting into it or not or they're just GonNa take it in stride and again this is. This is how it's developing between individual issues. Does that make sense? Yeah I mean it's been interesting. Because they have had people come to the book that just that have been fans basically since I launched it some of them even buying the books before the kickstarter so ferry ferry old fans and I have once coming in fresh brand new and so I can't like have known me for other works but I haven't really talked about for years. There's been this book that was quite unpopular when it launched and has developed in a weird way just by the fact that other books have been popular enough for me to continue my career. It's just like slowly. Continue to be on the table and continue to to grow this thing whereas my other books have been much more popular as far as The initial burst of when they came on the scene. Ecoboost has just been this this thing about like I duNNo. People can't get out of their head so I have had people now who've emailed me since the books starting being delivered who were old school fans and who are like brand new fans who've never heard echoed until. I started talking about it a few months ago and it's really interesting to see both of their reactions being positive but in a much different way the new fans just like this is great when issue seven coming out and the old ones engaging in this dialogue where they were there. Were there analyzing the different? What happened between four and five and I had. I was very lucky in that The first eight pages of issue five actually drawn in two thousand eleven and then the rest of it was drawn more at this this past year. So there's a lot more ease of transition and get right is not a sudden abrupt transition between issues. Yeah so you talked about. You talked about some of that sort of the reason that I wanted to talk to you. Not that I always enjoy talking to you. But you're too talked about the sort of the difference between making something commercial and making something Art and I'm hoping you can speak to that because I think it's when I think of your career and I've known you since you know your stuff assistant before this was even before your current company even existed or existed in a bit capacity that it does now. How do you make that determination between the commercial project and the art project?.

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Washington-Lee alumni file suit against school board over name change

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Washington-Lee alumni file suit against school board over name change

"Years after Virginia governments were confronted with the question of whether to change names or replace statues representing the state's Confederate history a local alumni group is filing suit in federal court over their high school's name change the Washington Lee high school alumni association claims the public did not get the chance to weigh in on the school board's decision to change its name to Washington liberty high one year after Washington Lee became Washington liberty high school the alumni association filed suit in US District Court against the Arlington school board its members and one former member the complaint alleges that the members quote deceive their constituents in order to deprive them of their opportunity to comment on changes that would greatly harm their educational reputations the forty eight page complaint goes on to outline how in August twenty seventeen then share promised to allow the community to be involved in any renaming only to vote in June prior to the start of public comment without notice and without putting the vote on the agenda WTOP has reached out to the Arlington school board for comment Meghan clarity WTOP

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"first eight pages" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:14 min | 3 years ago

"first eight pages" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Have a smart speaker just say play WFAN we have another game at least one more there will be baseball later on tonight that is relevant here in New York the yanks should back to game six in Houston and you know it's gonna be the bolt and game which we expected to have in game four of this series but the rain mess that all server than getting pushed back a little bit and look for the yanks it's finally a you know also they getting biggest star they they get an actual start from starting pitcher which is nice to see in this came this game played more like a pose a traditional post season game where you had some timely hitting it was all early on obviously with a couple of runs in the first inning in any ads in good pitching in and that's you know a nice recipe for the yanks for change and I thought going in that they were going to have to have tax then handed off to Britain and then the Chapman and figure out a way to get Britain and chat man through three innings of work it was kind of that they do go boom went to keenly in between there can we I was sitting at his best off that's why I want to go to a me figured use them you know in game four you can use them again in game five and then you can you know you need in game six of the bowl betting games I would've avoided cleanly but outside of that pretty much is good a game is you could have asked for and is from the Yankees perspective and even had Aaron Boone actually managing the ball game where he left James taxes in there and look his eyes are telling a bag that was good all night so why not leave him in there at that point later in the game in the sixth inning and face injury knows with two outs now you got a scare their office off the bat you thought maybe the ball was gone but either way it was a fly ball out is the same way the D. D.'s was earlier in the series is the only game three that happens you had some little warning tractor flyable out soon I will could or should or whatever doesn't matter it's a now so Boone making the right decision sticking with packs in letting him get through that and Paxton showing you know that he can potentially be a starter that the yanks could rely upon and not just be a two or four inning guy which is absolutely killing them early on now we touched upon the rain out and I said going in before game for took place that you know the yanks would be hurt by the rain more so than the Astros that all the yanks would benefit from bowl pending game for still and having to knock a pitch game five on actual resident having packed in in severance on but the X. made the decision to go to a doctor and they made the decision a page packs in home and I think the value packs than at home more so than they did even soccer in game four I think they wanted Paxton at home and you know now looking back you could actually be opening game four had to knock on extra rest in game six that would've been nice to have but they want to knock a you saw in your to stand at and they want to tax it home in game five and now you see why I'm impacts than at home was a different guy in Houston that atmosphere for whatever reason it wasn't working for him who knows there if it was seven pages or not but clearly it was a completely different picture last night at Yankee Stadium and even though we got behind early and look at first inning I I I'm so they're about to tweet and thinking about some of them is in the radio show I'm open by Colin James Sonny gray back then that's how you start to you know think about him if he can get through this game here I mean you can't get out of the first inning the wall paired general in scoring you figure all my goodness when is a good and with this team taking the crowd right out of it all the goodies James Sonny gray batsuit another bomb another boss but back then turned around and escape the first disallowing that one run and then the offense went to work finally when you look at the line of that the yanks put out there this to me was their best looking wind up going into a game that we've seen where you felt pretty confident with labor in the three all behind DJ and judge you had Stan backing him all but stand was future we'll get to him a little bit but it's still again for a lander and its still to me at least a bigger I I feel more comfortable and stamina doing carnassial I think in court as soon as his loss right now stands always all but at least he can run into one in court ASEAN have no faith in whatsoever and then Hicks behind him and even Sanchez DD geo and Gardner and now may be guarded should be benched maybe it's time to see camera maven because garner's it's been over match the will to get as long as you can see our Shelby bench to one putting cross the owner there have met first to get or shell at a lot of the move will make you a third you get to the defense of the wars because will maybe wasn't great at first I understand in her eyes he owns a butcher but you know it's all I need is been playing gold glove at first base anyway the top of the order to me I felt confident in going and even against Justin Berliner and the yanks did something that they didn't do early on in the series they didn't do it in game two and game three and game four where they had the starting pitcher on the ropes in particular game three and four with coal and green tea they had the starting pitcher on the ropes in the first inning and they did nothing with it and it set the tone for frustration the rest of the night that was not the case in game five bay had Berliner they had a chance to get to in the first inning and thankfully finally they did with Erin Hayes with the big blow a refreshing three run shot down the right field line all the foul pole we're finally Yankee Stadium Kenny rock for a moment celebrating some I'll fans and watery leave menu or they give me the onslaught would be on but clearly that was all they got it was all they need but it was nice to see them take advantage of getting on you know the starter and his gaze Berliner in the first inning when they had the kids because you know these guys a subtle in the good ones do maybe they struggle the first a little bit they once they find their rhythm and settle in there tough to hit that was the case so many is only a five minute summer well again as Justin Berliner you shut him down afterward but just that one in in the first inning made all the difference in the world and got them the win and you look back and that's what's so frustrating about games three and four with the yanks had opportunities I mean in game three they had an opportunity to get a great picture which is frustrating I first and second nobody out you want to answer with distros did and they couldn't do it and you knew from there was gonna be tough sledding game for I mean I could not Greek yeah that game now overall big picture you're thrilled that there's more baseball of course that many angst they what they could do you can't won three games in game five you can only win the game that's in front of you so you have to forget what happened prior and you win the game and get on the plane and go to Houston and they've done that now and what should be a favorable matchup for them now who knows I'm not making any more predictions I bought the Yankees should win this series in five the way that it was originally set to line up the rain mess that up and obviously not just the rain it was the you know the Astros being I will originally the yanks will take one of two out of rural entering coal in games two and three obviously that was not the case and if they did that I felt confident about them in the bullpen game in game four and then to knock a Greek you once again in game five clearly didn't play out like that they lost both of her lander and coal tight games and you could argue they should have won game two could have definitely won game two and they missed opportunities in game three but then the rain out changed everything we had a face cranky and then Berliner but either way the yanks now get it back to Houston which is all they could have as four but they're still down three two and if you were to start this year before the start of the series if you were to look at different scenarios here how the yanks are gonna be able to win this series it would not involve being down three to having to go to Houston and win both games and especially when you know that Gerrit Cole is looming in game seven now the advantage maybe that they have well I wouldn't say it's an advantage but instead of looking at it before this series or it's a wild man down three two is going to be a problem you at that point were expecting Freelander in game six and call in game seven at least you got one of them out of the way so you kinda traded moving viral in or out of the way for being down a game I think I'd still rather be all three two facing viral and and coal even in Houston then I would being down three to ban have in the bull pen game and facing Gerrit Cole game seven but on paper the Volpe game favors the Yankees now it's being played there which you know it's a tough place to play and who knows how it's gonna shake out who knows who's available for the yanks and who's you know with fully rested I mean I have to assume Chapman's good to go I don't know about Britain again and if he is will he be as effective is tamely ready after page in the last two days I mean the only through one eight pages in game five but you know you want to use him a third straight day Britain three eighteen pages yesterday so do you know who knows what is that is is green who's been I mean he has been I I I I don't say abuse here but he's been close to over use these being used a bunch and if somebody can go out there and giving her to is that you worry about his effectiveness in the inning or two is going to give you but they're going to need all hands on deck maybe green starts and goes and ending may be you know tries giving plus in a patch together there they go to happen maybe see says so or the wise ago and this one I mean we know the eggs have a deep and we know we have some options maybe see out of the you know even for an out you hopefully you can actually record out in a ball game this postseason that will be nice but I still favor the yanks over the Stroh's pan and I would think at some point the Yankee lineup is going to get to the Houston pitching in the bull pen a member they got the role and it was just one inning solid beings bats completely broke out Erin Hayes gave it a big hit and we talked about this before the series one Erin Hicks was deemed healthy enough to be on the roster it should be stored simple as that Hey Adam nine eight and then they move them up a little bit and then move on and maybe finally found a good spot here have a mid fifth but he's got to be in the lineup he's only visitors the love obsession with Brett Gardner and in car now see own you know if the if the end to end up losing this series and in all likelihood they're still going to you're gonna look to their love affair with sticky one in karnadas Yona garner a little bit too long I mean you look at a ton of different things but that to me is a bigger issue everybody's focus on Gary Sanchez I'm not replacing Gary Sanchez Austin Roman I'm sorry but the other two you can replacing car nacion as they did finally would Giancarlo Stanton and it'll garner batting ninth the next step is gonna be getting camera may been in there Gardner is.