29 Burst results for "Gasol"

Way Over There Collective

Diaspora Blues

06:24 min | 3 months ago

Way Over There Collective

"Today. I'm speaking with the wonderful people. From way over their collective. I learned about them. I was just reminded of this idea of how people during lockdown have sort of gravitated to finding community and trying to build community. So i'm very excited for this conversation so as we get started guys. I'm please introduce yourselves to everyone. And just tell them a little bit about yourself. As an artist all creative My name is seoul. Am i pronouncing she her a little bit about myself as an artist I've kind of been a painter for a long time. and recently i've been getting more into performance art and Moso improv spoken word performance Yeah and it's been really enjoyable for me. I've been Really focusing on collaborating with other people who whose practice allied with mine and whose values aligned with mine and it's really worked for me In the last couple of years. So yeah i kind of Have been studying a finance degree and then took a couple of years off to have my baby and two years. Kind of rediscovered Yeah like trying to find my way back to that. Creative place Loss of making again. And yes in really an interesting journey and a good space to be in I'm jess Mine name medium. Practice is voters in words and just trying to storytelling. Different ways Actually the way sold an irish met a couple years ago Was i ran a exhibition just out of high school and just wanted to christ thing in the area and then just invited salts that be pot of by exhibitions so I guess mainly the last couple of years of doing raw producing and Yeah credit producing work as opposed to too much based work. Yeah trying to figure out allowed. That sounds good. It's beautiful january. Sounds like while which actually leads me to the next question. How did you guys meet. And how did the collective stott will actually jessen. I'm that on while ago. And this is kind of the link between me. And and i'm sure just as well and a lot of the other members of the collective We all kind of mouna earns separate journeys and with brought together. Loss jia I'm at jess through a documentation project Managua project that i started in two thousand sixteen and just was in one of the first iterations of It's kind of like an interview archive so just met. Just then and justice dillon high school and that was awesome. And we kinda started touch. And i was part of you. Know few exhibitions here and then just dude and Yeah just kind of have been collaborated since then as full the other members With all sort of lived and worked in this community with Mutual people mutual friends and mutual People who work in the arts in this community and Yeah we've kinda just heard of the work that each other does and have really lied to work and wanted to i. Guess connect and be put in touch face to face. Yeah what about you. just how. how did you find you connected with everyone. Yeah have pretty much just that just sort of Mutual paper weiner Office in the area and just sort of gasol in touch and saying you guys will have. This plan will doing projects which is meant to be In two thousand twenty before everything fell upon by We had a lot of plans individually and as a tool king and sort of getting to know each other we realized how well of it aligns together on how we would just such a stronger. Yes from be unit stronger together. as a collective could just some poorer communities together alien. Just get mural connection. And collaboration seventy more things happening in a shared space. Even nice. Absolutely talk about putting someone on like. I love this idea because it's like the community banding together like you said stronger together. And it's just so beautiful to see. Because i feel like in the community or at least like in the desperate community or you know people who've been displaced community. The sometimes a debate around us not supporting our own communities enough and so it's nice to see organizations like yours and collectors like yours coming together and kind of just doing the work which is beautiful and how did how did the name come about. I love that name was a funny thing. Is it's hard to figure out what you dame you'll baby. And she did a pretty well coming up with collective and just trying to think of something. We all lacked in represented us well But we really wanted to focus on something that wasn't true culprit sound. We wanted to have something that was really sounded like he was from the community in sounded like it was in l. Collective voices end. Yeah just i think before we met one day. Just what about what about you know waiting with pretty young and i just thought about the different through implications of this idea of being or And even for the way over there And just the different meanings else's people often marginalized from this society's pot of And also physically just being buried stint in the south east And always feeling like with sort separate from this main hub of. What's going on on city. Yeah really wanting to earn that. And i just want to relax that in what i just let that was quite funny Challenge punchy anyways.

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Rust scores twice, Penguins pull away from Capitals 6-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Rust scores twice, Penguins pull away from Capitals 6-3

"Bryan rust had two goals and an assist and J. Gasol scored and set up two more tallies as the Pittsburgh Penguins top the Washington Capitals six three for Russ the goals helped Pittsburgh build a two goal lead for the first time in its thirteen games this year it's been nice to have a have a little bit of a Christian obviously you don't want to kind of sit back and get you can try to have them call back in the game but it was nothing nice to see to see our efforts go rewarded and I hopefully we can keep get more those Cindy Crosby scored and assisted a goal Brandon tan Evans Zach Aston Reese also at the net as the penguins won in regulation for just the second time this year Washington got goals from Nicklas Backstrom Jakob Veronica and of getting because that's off but lost a fourth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Feminine Leadership, Self care, And Fundraising For BIPOC Founders

The Reboot Podcast

05:24 min | 4 months ago

Feminine Leadership, Self care, And Fundraising For BIPOC Founders

"Everyone is really great to be here. My name is jamie kim. I'm a coach it bit. And i'm also the creator of the third. A group coaching experience for women. A lot of my inspiration for the third came from my clients bunny in tehran. They told me how much they were needing a meaningful productive base with women just like them and not really being able to find it by are found is a bloom. A company that i believe is out to change the world by changing the way young women experience themselves. I really love what they do. I love how they do. It and their reasons for their pursuit to me. They're really great. Example of the dynamic twenty-first-century leader. That i feel like the world needs so much more of right now and bunny. Turner here with me today. So i've been looking forward to having this conversation with. You both knew what we're going to talk about means a lot to me personally like what's it like to be a woman of color founder today. What's the importance of feminine leadership and why carrying for the self is actually essential but before we begin i thought it would be kind of fun and different to share with our audience who we come from. So i come from sunshine. Kin and jill kim there. My parents both korean. And i'm a first generation korean canadian. My father's selection who also often goes by j grew up in tokyo japan and he had to hide his korean identity for survival while he was there. That experience had a really big affect on him. In fact he ended up writing a book about it growing up. My father always encouraged me to see the other side. He often explicitly may do that. Which i didn't always appreciate in the moment but now i'm so glad that he did. My mother gave herself than in coca when she emigrated to canada. She grew up in korea. The eldest daughter of six and didn't get to pursue a higher education. She was arranged to marry my dad when she was nineteen and the year after that she had my mother. She worked a full-time job. Kept our home together. We'll also taking care of my grandparents who ended up immigrating to canada soon. After we did. Wouldn't they see her. I learned what it means to care for others through your actions. My parents my ancestors they really had to master the art of adapting and working with whatever they have and that makes me really proud of who i come from. What about you in tarrant. who do you come from. I'm sharon and i come from Sarah who come. From bob estate in northern india and my parents are also bunnies parents as where sisters sisters on co-founders life jamie's parents. My parents are both immigrants and also entrepreneurs. They emigrated to canada in their early twenties as newlyweds. And when i was growing up. I saw my father working two full time jobs and i remember waiting up till one. Am sometimes at the top of the stairs for him to come home from work because sometimes it was the only time in the day i saw him but despite how hard they worked they still did everything they could to be there for us be amazing parents and to ensure that we receive the education that they didn't and so as an entrepreneur. Today i draw from the strength of their teachings and also from the wisdom of my grandparents who live with me growing up who also raised me all of these people did not have formal educations but they always worked hard and they were connected deeply too. I feel they were connected deeply to the world around them the earth and they taught me presence today i'm also co founder of blue and a big part of what led to creating gloom was finding out how many girls were actually missing school in india back home due to their period. Many girls are missing. Almost a quarter of their schooling which led to dropping out early. The economic impact of that is insane So just kind of thinking about the fact that that easily could have been me if my parents didn't immigrate so that's become a really big part of our mission here at bloom gasol. Let's talk about bloom. Could you share the bloom story. Maybe a little bit about how it all began. Yeah so we actually started working on the very first iteration of bloom in two thousand sixteen. I wasn't accounting student. Turn studying law and she had the idea for a monthly delivery service of organic pats town fond after we learned about the harmful ingredients in the mainstream products that we've been using for so long and the lack of access to better for you products in canada. Which is where we live and around that same time as we were kind of diving into exploring this. I was diagnosed with p. c. o. s. Which is something that went. Ten women experience but at the time there wasn't a lot of education or resources to understand more about what that meant. And so we dovan headfirst into this idea of a monthly delivery of organic period products. We were students. We only had a few hundred dollars credit cards and we did everything we could to learn about the sale from high industry. And find a way to

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Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol: Black Mamba and White Swan

ESPN Daily

03:15 min | 5 months ago

Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol: Black Mamba and White Swan

"How is kobe's family ramona. Do you know anything about how they're marking this anniversary. Yeah they really. Don't want this to be kobe. There's actually this is the best. There's actually two kobe days already. What's the other kobe. Kobe in los angeles is eight. Twenty four august twenty fourth. I was there at city hall a couple of years ago when they declared august. Twenty fourth coby bryan day. It'd be happy to see you and his birthday is august. Twenty third so true. Kobe fashion he gets two days. Okay vanessa bryant the other day. She put out a instagram post. Essentially saying please have some respect for our family. We don't wanna see images at the crash all day long and it was an awful day. We should remember him. We should talk about it. But that's just the day he died. I think she really wants to remember how he lived. And the legacy. He left us. So you sat down ramona for a long indepth interview in december with pow gosol clopping. Who is kobe teammate. On the lakers his friend. And that was your chosen way of getting into the story as a reporter. Why did you wanna talk to pow in specific. And why did you want to reflect on this past year without kobe with him. I don't think i realize how close they were. I think the appreciation and the closeness developed over time By just going through everything that we went through but also taking time and wanting to spend time off the court connecting deeper level. I covered them up close to it talked to coby all the time. All the time was right there. I don't have time for friends. I'm not a good friend. Used to say that gets seem so focused on basketball. And then he was so focused on his off the court stuff and and i think with kkob. It's it's sort of revealed itself really sense. His passing of just how close they were. And i had the same feeling a little bit. When when michael jordan spoke at his at his memorial and you know he he was crying and he opened up about how close a relationship was maybe surprise people that kobe in our very close friends but we were very close friends like a little brother. He wanted to be the best basketball player that he could be. And as i got to know him. I want it to be the best big that i could be. So where did you start things with pow. Gusau ramona what did you what. What did you ask him. I i think he just said. Tell me about your relationship. I when i when. I got to the team and we've got to play together. We got nose runs In winning championships. It was all really about business. But then india relationship really took off and really translated into something much more than that some Much deeper than

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The View From Beijing

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:52 min | 6 months ago

The View From Beijing

"Things here in new york city where i live were terrible really tense. Covert cases and deaths were rising fast and it was clear that new york and really all of the us. We're gonna have to endure a lot of restrictions on life in the economy in the coming months and speaking with. Dan gave me hope back then because beijing which had been hit with covert earlier in the year was already coming out of. Its own tough lockdown and his. Dan told us at the time. It's definitely a big relief to see the city. Getting back to normal and i think people are extra glad to be outside plus. Dan even offered some parting words. Optimism for the rest of the world based on his experience washer has a void crowds. And this will probably get better of course things in the. Us only got better for a few months in the spring and summer before there was a massive new spike of covert cases in hundreds of thousands of deaths from covid. It's just been devastating year but things have been different in beijing and across china a of aggressively isolating people with covert cases travel restrictions technological surveillance and other tactics that are a lot more invasive and controversial than anything that was likely to be tried for example in the us or europe led china to effectively. Stop the spread of covid so today on the show. I am speaking with dan again to catch up with him to see what life has been like in beijing since we last spoke in march and the see especially how different it seems from life in the rest of the world then we last spoke in mid march and of course things in china have been a lot better when it comes to cova then things in the us and in europe and other parts of the world. What is your life in beijing. Been like since you. And i spoke card. If you know my life in beijing has been pretty much the same as how my life hop back in march so basically. According to the official numbers released by the chinese government the virus have been pretty much completely decisively beaten back by april and so really since april. There's been just a steady loosening up of all of these different restrictions that we last spoke about in march. I spent a month in hot shanghai which has been ha- Over september which has been broadly open. And what. I found really studying there. Back in september was that everybody was taking meetings. Everybody was taking business meetings. Plus again people were having coffee. People were having all lunch. I gave several presentations to different folks. On the things i was really struck by was that everybody was out to shake my hands on this is this is one of these weird things i thought as i. Maybe we should stop this sort of thing guys. Usually i try to try these things into fist. Bumps sort of funny how you know the culture that didn't invent handshaking is now perpetuating a tradition. That kind of now seems a little bit barrique. Is that weird and danner there. Any lingering vehicles to normal life in beijing even though the spread of covid has been successfully slowed. And if anything. It's been kind of stomped out in beijing. Just a few left card have so these include Basically still fairly regular temperature checks. When i go to places like the mall when i go to my office when i go to the grocery store mask wearing still pretty universal him beijing i think around ninety eight percent of the folks salt walking around the city. Now it's not quite cold. Her wearing masks around minus five. I think everyone is nervous. About cove has fell as the flu season. And then the other big thing i think is thought Most places Aiko i have to flash a contact tracing app. I have installed on my phone. Basically show a green button to make sure that i have not been to any off. High risk areas are recently. There are broader travel restrictions. In that. if i leave the country it is really really difficult to get back into china. These are basically only still left. That i have to deal with in terms of covid. Dan was there anything about the way that china went about fighting. Covid that you found or still find to be very invasive in may be bothered you. i think. The biggest part of china's response that was critically effective Is the system of centralised quarantine. It imposed this is a centralized quarantine system in which got people in two stadiums and that was a fairly invasive procedure but yet. In retrospect this sort of thing Seems like extremely effective at actually Stopping out the virus on march twenty six. The chinese government announced you know with no warning that no foreigners are able to enter the country again. If you had valid visas to visit family to visit for business here all of that was just suddenly cut off by march. Twenty six and china also limited the ability of high even chinese nationals. Also enter the country by limiting the number of flights here so i think the travel restrictions. I think has been a really important part of basically china's response of stopping out covid. And i think that has been a major factor in stopping the introduction of new cases. Even though that has been a highly disruptive on a lot of folks who live here. Who work dan when we spoke in march. You said that you had gained a kind of newfound appreciation for the physical world. The tangible world relative to the digital world. And i'm wondering if that lesson stock or if now it started to kind of fade away because life has returned to normal for you analysts in part on china's heavy industry so you know the bigger the machines the heavier of the machines the pedder has. I've always thought most people are stuck at home. You know people. A lot of people like to say that they really want to watch netflix. On the only sleep and more. Now i feel that that's fun for a couple of weeks but really what you want to do is to get back engaged with the world again. Going hikes meet with fries and you know get out of the house and not simply consume digital products. Were bugs or even podcasts. All day long. And i still sticking with my idea thought in the material world is really really important and we should all be engaging with it a lot more and last question dan. What's been your reaction to the news that a vaccine seems like it's on the horizon you know increasingly not just in the us but in other countries throughout the world and also in china pau gasol. It's really great to see these vaccines with such high levels of efficacy. And so what i am keen to see is how quickly that Manufacturing can be scaled up how quickly that be distributed I think it's certainly important to make sure that this gets distributed quickly so that You know the quick work of scientists can actually be a really effective here and any parting words from beijing for our listeners. In the us in other parts of the world straight to you wear masks if you can

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Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

Mason & Ireland

02:11 min | 7 months ago

Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

"In utah over the weekend. A mysterious metal monolith appeared a metal monolith so it is a gigantic sort of column but wider than a column made of metal in the utah. Desert okay then then that one disappeared. Let's and a monolith appeared in romania kayla known locally as the holy mountain in romania. That's where the model is now except horror. You told me that it's gone from there now. Romania the one in romania is gone today so utah gone but he made it. Is this thing. Yeah explain to people. What exactly a monolith is okay. So it's like a imagine. Well it's like a pillar it's like a really wide pillar for ericsson. Okay let's date of metal and yeah we don't know who's moving it or if it is just moving by science fiction we're just ignore miles theme jeff just ignored exactly. Momo what does it mean. Monolith utah desert disappears monolith utah in front or a knits liked in front of the holy mountain. And it's like ten feet taller. Something thirteen feet tall feet tall. And it's made it. It's made of metal. And so how long was this. Is somebody watching. It like like when they disappeared where people watching it is there any. Are there drones or cameras. That have seen what happened. Nothing nobody has seen it. Nobody has seen it com or go. Wow because it means to me. And it's definitely the same monolith that was in. Utah was in romania. The same well the same type of model if we don't know if it was the exact same monolith but i'm expecting it will pop up somewhere else

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Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:33 min | 9 months ago

Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

"We. Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. I. Is this seems to me a moment when. People of. Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. Make it sustainable and. These and other issues to a very large degree. Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. So. Daniel Welcome. And I would. Like to ask you right off the bat, what did a couture mean to you in your? Evolution, as a designer. Did to me for missile that. I think it. It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. Unreal. Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. And you were. Working fashion for how many years. ULTA GASOL, this'll be my. Eleventh twelve. Year? Yes when did couture? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. Say it again. To to assert itself as this kind of. Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You were working for Tom Brown? For let time on. On, very, very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. Right. Right. I mean. Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. Would he was doing in New York? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. I remember when season that we did, you know where he came to me, it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. An idea he came to me. He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, the entire collection,

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Legal Help for Startups

Amazing FBA

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Legal Help for Startups

"Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the amazing F Bay podcast somewhere. North of four hundred episodes is still gay. So somebody's listening at today. We have Robert Rights of the rights law office in counseling. The cloud is a practitioner of private label law. And I think it does what it says on the tin and I think it's very important Lawyers and accountants. Probably do it enough and say a very warm welcome to Welcome to the well. Thank you glad to be here. Michael thanks so much for the opportunity So it was good to get free legal advice. Why do you think but joking aside? I do think that you know. Lower something that we tend to have a roth unhelpful. Shall we say relationship to his entrepreneurs people see no? It's destructive unnecessary. I think by the extreme the to sort of issues on some of those sort of methodology to deal with it which is great. So what are your thoughts on the biggest issues that this new is have with of area of low and structure In the liaisons. No it's a good question and I think ultimately I don't think the law does itself a real service in terms of being helpful to entrepreneurs right entrepreneurs are very much move fast break things In the law typically doesn't help facilitate better accommodate that so is I work with clients. There's there's really Kinda to Threshold sorts of problems. That they have one. Is this notion of what I call Side-hustle Syndrome. They've just moved quickly just hustle grind. Get Out there do it. And then figure it all out later on. That's generally speaking not not really the the the best way to go about launching a private label business for sure right so now the client your recently. Who doing just that was moving fast and breaking things happily got her product in the Amazon and then within twenty four hours the entire listing was shut down because it infringed somebody's copyright. She was moving fast. He was breaking things and what she was actually a private label business. So you know kind of doing all. In an at an ounce of prevention is a pound of cure sort of thing like really trying to get in front of folks that are selling private label proactively in giving them a structured methodology that they can use so that he can still move quickly but they just won't be breaking as many things. So that's that's a problem. One and then I think the bigger looming problem and the seller community is people. Just don't know what they don't know right. You know. I mean they get the concept of researching market and sourcing product and getting it into Amazon. But the legalities around I mean. There's there's all sorts of wrinkles of the brand name that you've chosen for your private label. Does it function as a trademark is available as somebody else already taken it? The product photos that you had someone take you know. Do you own the rights to those or do you just have the J. Pegs of the PDF images that were given to you on the product that you chose a spanking. Spf with someone yesterday and again their first product and I didn't even need to look and go through the patent repository to see if there's a pat and you could look at it clearly see like somebody has a pat on this. This is so special so different so unique. There's a reason that you're listening. Suspended is because you chose to sell a patented products so to kind of problems just even if they do sell. It does kind of have an idea of an might need. A lawyer might need a cal. I might need a professional help me. They don't want to slow down to do it. And then secondly just kind of ignorance is bliss just not knowing what they don't know it's a really mind mission obviously is to provide legal services but also just to educate people get them thinking about the right things as they launched their private label brands so that they don't do anything stupid or at least they minimize the chances of doing stupid nice. I think it's beautifully put on sprays light to move fast and break things. I guess what you're implying is. What's even better is me fostered. Doug breaks things very quickly. Yeah but is little risk in the little damage as possible. Very sensible comedy about. It reminds you of this saying in the Marines. As far as I know break a lot of things. I don't even know much about the party back. Yes yes spite site. They say S- Lewis News smoothies boss and site in other words what they say is i. Guess if you'RE GONNA IF YOU'RE GONNA set a system of whether training subsidies some physical combat By Gasol what do I? But you know whether you setting up a business which denotes Getting into this myself so frightening around. Mike what would be the pass all these damage at least stressed and least wasted efforts through this process and then map that out. Ready possibly Knowledge into your thoughts is the difference between the rule entrepreneur technician who does stuff in business but this is not He's thinking about creating a system yet. They understand that it may may not take off from and by the way you must meet. That is what you get some people. That I err on that side you create a legal entity get an accountant. You set up your zero quickbooks. He said up a to access something. Having may disable yet possibly the opposite. Extreme right so it really is an inner. I think entrepreneurs and sellers in particular come into stripes so those people that just they don't they don't want to care about any of that sort of stuff until they absolutely have to. And then there are those those people that are just if feels like they're making progress by forming the business entity and by making the business cards in getting the address and setting. Get how now I got quickbooks? Let's launch today. I look at that feels like progress. I think either extremes really bad I think the sweet spot is right there in the middle where you're purposefully goes back to that methodology that you were talking about like you have a plan and your. Your methodically working your plan. I tell clients all the time as they come to me. They're like okay. I need to do this and I need to do this and I need to do this. I need to get this all done and I'm like no. Let's let's be purposeful about this if we do all of this today. You're going to spend all your money on legal fees which I would love. That's that's great for me but your businesses knocking like that. You've got to get products markets. So let's be smart dispersed this first that I go get some products market and then come back and we can do step two and then go and get some more brought market and then come back and we we can do step three. You know there. There's you know Rome wasn't built in a day and certainly you know protecting your private label brand doesn't need to be done in a day either.

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Catch a Kite 5

Ear Hustle

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Catch a Kite 5

"Hey how you doing? Hey well I guess my closet and I are doing just fine. Thank you glad to hear it as you remember a while back we did a call out. Xm folks in prison to send a snail mail updates about what's happening inside prison during this covy at nineteen pandemic and we finally got some responses. Male takes his time coming out of prison. Yep So let's start with Richard Gross. He's in Pennsylvania at the State Correctional Institute at Phoenix. He writes at first. Corona virus. Didn't mean much here. It dominated the new cycle and fed the jailhouse rumor mills also known as INMATE DOT com. That's what you call prison. Twitter actually died. That's what your other co Holes Roussin Call prison twitter. That's right as you know. Prison do produce a ton of Gasol. Richard slider continues. It got everyone's attention when they cancelled visits in stopped. All are outside volunteers. Coming in as a SOP. They threw us some free phone calls and emails. Next handed up masks made by Pennsylvania Correctional Industries the library limited attendance to only ten people at a time as long as they were wearing their masks. Who Ten people. That's not a lot know. The libraries wanted him spots where you hang out at. It'd be like thirty people forty people in the NBA. People walking back and forth people could be on the computers people reading books so yeah ten people. That's only the legal beagles. Richard goes on to say that things are changing all the time last Sunday. I woke up to find myself block lockdown. They didn't tell us why. I found out from a local radio station that the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections had a case of Corona Virus Phoenix prison. They opened up four cells at a time leading eight guys out for about half an hour to an hour to use the phone or take a shower. Commissary has not been delivered but they do our laundry. They come by a few times a day to take our temperatures. This could last a long time and a sad postscript that since. Richardson is letter. The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections reported that one person incarcerated at that prison where he is did die from complications related to covert nineteen. That is with riches. Right though This thing could last a long time and prisons needs to be prepared for that Another guy who wrote is worried about how his prison is preparing. Tyrone Baker is locked up in Nash Correctional Institution in Nashville North Carolina. Tyrone says the most disturbing administrative action. I'm pertains to social distancing. The prison staff primary concern seems to be separating us from each other staff members of making no effort to distance themselves from US quite the contrary to staff is actually interacting with us more intensively and more extensively than they were prior to Covy at nineteen. They don't seem to realize that no prisoner would get sick with Kobe. Nineteen unless a staff member I brings into disease and that's a really good point. One of the reasons I stopped going in before it became a rural was just that I had no idea if I might be bringing the virus in right I mean prison. Basically sequester from society But they do need outside people to function so as tricky okay. We got one more letter here. This one's from intron price. Who's currently at two? Mocha Correctional Institution in Daytona Beach? Florida. Back when he sent this letter things in his prison were pretty quiet on the covert front of. Oh they've reported more cases since then any case. What about this guy is that he clearly respects lady? So can I please read this one? Go okay. I'm writing to you because my lady is a Superfan of your podcast. And she suggested to me strongly to write you guys. I'm not going to write a book but I can say a few things concerning how it's going. The institution is corona free in the staffer. Doing a good job trying to keep it that way. The VIBE is mellow no one is going crazy. There are people who have loved ones who have contracted the virus and we pray. Console them as much as needed. He wraps up. This letter isn't as informative as I wanted it to be but as a start and my girl will be happy. And that's accounts. Can we give her a shout? We can all right Haley. Thanks for tuning in spreading the word about your hustle and for strongly encouraging. Antara underwrite to us. We just got him some cool points. Unfortunately there are prisons where things are lot harder with covert nineteen and we'll be hearing about some of those places to in later episodes in the meantime those of you inside keep in touch. We WanNa know how you doing in there

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"gasol" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"gasol" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Was right away when I joined the team in Washington. Dc after my physicals in La. The team was on the road. I joined the team. I wasn't gonNA play had an afternoon game the next day on Sunday and I was not going to play. That game had a chance to practice. Do Anything and coby texted me from from the moment that I got traded that when I arrived to Washington. Dc. He wanted to sell by my in my room and kind of talk to me and welcome to the team. I was like you know that's a it's it's okay as I'm just GONNA be late thirty or so so you don't have to wait until tomorrow if you want like no no no no. I'm coming. I'm coming so he came. Obviously I was happily surprised in any told me a very happy to hear. Very excited is great analysis. Let's win. Let's go win a championship so from the very beginning you really send a message of what it was going to be like and what he was about and that kind of kind of level of mice that had to be in. You know losing a not winning the playoffs. That's over with here. We're GonNa Watch go far championship. And and that was really great and unique incredible from from his part and show what type of leader he was. And so you immediately. Elevate the Lakers when you get there You fit the triangle. Like a glove. Everyone said went. All of your teammates have told me no one ever picked it up faster than POW and you get to the finals. And you play the Celtics hard-fought series and then gained six. They're all you guys in Boston. That I think I don't know if it was the low moment of your career but it was definitely a pivotal moment of your career. People started questioning is. How enough is enough? This is stupid but people started saying I want you to take back. What do you remember when you're eighty five years old? What are you gonNA remember from that Locker Room after game? Six when two Celtics beat you by thirty and it's An and it sinks in like. Wow we just lost the final. It was incredibly painful to lose that final and the way we did critical moment was to game. We lost at home when we were out in four and suddenly kind of lead the foot off the peddle a little bit and indeed him back and I think Ray Allen had those nine threes I think and and they came back in stolen from us at home where which would get game six would have been probably you physically mentally and going into it and then we still have a chance to get game seven even though it's complicated to do on the road but you give yourself a chance so but the the feeling after game sakes was you know loss of disappointment for you know we got our asses kicked that we just lost a chance to win a championship but and then when we got on the vas in Boston fans would allow the bus to to move really took us forever to get to the hotel and you know we had to kind of take all that in because some of US wanted to get off the bus and stuff and kind of release some of that frustration. Luckily we didn't know that it would have happened but it is just you know we took that in and we really carried with us into the next season and into the season after that and then you can say that defeats our versity could be your greatest teacher and greatest moment for you to grow and it was for me as well you know. I didn't live up to the challenge in finals. I felt like I I didn't performance should data level. It was my first finals. We had a great run getting to it. But he wasn't enough okay so now let's let's make sure we go back to work from the from the summer to to the first day of training camp and we make sure we get it right this time and and win it and that's what we did you know and it seems. Kinda played out. Well we won back-to-back championships up to that and Kobe was under the all of you that whole summer. Right checking in making sure everyone. Obviously you face them in the Olympics that summer. But that's summer you guys were in touch. You guys were just. Hey make sure we're ready to go right. Yeah no you know. I understood that we have to kind of face each other offer or play. The Olympics competed. Now what's important to? He's mind was always. I think in within the next season and winning a championship so so he did do obviously very well and they wonder the Olympics doesn't define US and again. I training camp. I come back to the facility and first thing I find him the locker. It's the gold medal sitting in my locker. You know that's just how it was like okay. Olympics are over last year. We lost the finals. But this year. Let's let's make sure we do everything we can to to win. And not lose again you know and that's kind of a message to me challenging to step it up and all which we appreciate it. I knew where he was coming from. I never never really made me feel bad or insulted. Oh okay he's got wants to win. You know and I wanted to win so go Zuid. So that's kind of how how we played out pick either one. Two thousand nine in Orlando Game. Five win two thousand ten the next season in La. You Win game seven against Boston. You get revenge. You have nineteen points. Eighteen rebounds like a tough toughest. Hell game seven for you. Either one of those. What's a moment that you're going to take with you forever whether it was a conversation in a locker room or an embrace on the court? Let's for winning those titles. What's something that's GonNa be emblazoned in your head forever man so to say to to actually get one of them? I mean the finals against Orlando of. It was the first my first win and our first win as a team with that team after losing the awesome finals a year before so a lot when the word. There's video there for Kobe talking. I think I've Sir game to game log into an at home when we were talking about the pick and roll kind of finding park in where he could find me how he was going to hold guy and his back and just to try to find that opening and so that was just like the connection and the commitment was from both of us at that point and kind of how we made it work but then also Years after with a with a Celtics I was kind of you know we gotta get him back for for what we went through. They put us through away. So and then all of the Lakers and able to beat the Celtics. I'm game seven tradition. Rarely it was. It was a lot a lot of emotion around moment but to pull pull through and then game seven in the way we did. We were down. We saw. We kept swinging. We have given ourselves a chance mattis three performance and the effort of went into. It was something that I'll never. I'll never forget and hopes at the end. I still have a picture. Actually my home in in wash. Lana of a moment. Where Lamar Andrew and I are kind of hugging and embracing each other like the three of us are like screaming and crying to the sky. It's a beautiful picture and have it printed in our wall at home. That's great because it reminds me of a moment that it was so so incredibly unique two more quick ones that I'm GonNa lay you go and the last one's going to be funny. I won people. Forget you were a Houston rocket or it seemed like you were going to be a Houston rocket for about half an hour at during the paltry that was vetoed. Eventually do you ever I fall. What was that like for you like? Did you talk to Kobe? Did you guys have like the farewell conversation and then second of all? Do you ever play like what if I had been a rocket? That was a very weird thing. It was it was. I haven't really seen anything like that with anyone else. That's rate for that matter Throughout my career. So it was. It was extremely weird. I remember seeing it. I remember there was some rumors. It was kind of heating up the conversation for a few hours. You have to think of sudden boom done so it was. It was hard to see because I was like okay. We we kind of our chance. Last season against Dallas after having a great wrong is our chance to kind of get back on her feet and kind of put ourselves back out there and then the Lakers decided to to pursue of Chris. Paul Raid Young Point Guard and look into the future and and look at that so it was tough but obviously the NBA owning a percentage or the majority of a New Orleans Hornets at the time. They decided to veto the trait when David Stern decided to veto trade where I didn't happen now. Let's go back to business as usual and and we're all and it's all good you know. It wasn't hard to go back. After they traded you it was it was difficult. I think emotionally it was difficult for me but I tried my best. I tried my best to be the best professional that I could be and do my job the other day. And and Kinda give back into it. Okay Willie this could have happened. Almost happened but it didn't happen as part of the business. You know you gotta understand sometimes plays in your favor. Sometimes it doesn't who knows what scenario would look like you know if you go and play got traded for the with the Rockets James Harden. And who knows how would it look like at that time but it didn't and I was able to play Two or three more years with with the Lakers and I you know I've enjoyed that as well even though they weren't in our best years last thing. I'M GONNA turn the phone around and I'm going to show you a picture from your rookie photo. Shoot in Memphis because you have to explain what in the heck is going on in this picture and why it happened and what the point is this is okay so here it is so everybody can see it. Can you see this right now? What is this what is this? How does this happen? I don't know I'm not sure I think we were a senior was a photo that we took a maybe with the guys from. Markelle the newspaper in Spain. I think if I recall correctly and they were in the cup. Yeah we were drinking coffee like having coffee. We're trying to think of things. We were in a hotel limited resources as we do kind of photos there was. There was one that I was coming out of the shower. It was one that was in that they send those guys to follow me. Obviously it was a big deal at the time seconds to play in the NBA. It was a lot of expectation that was was young. It was it was quite a big deal but they send those guys for a month to Memphis stuck into Marriott downtown and I was the Marriott until we were able to rent an apartment so okay. Let's let's just just figured out what to do. So that was one of the pictures that we just take a cup of coffee or something even though I never. I didn't drink coffee at that time. Now do more for sure..

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'Don't guess entry points': How advisers handle their own money when stocks tank

Home Sweet Home Chicago

05:18 min | 1 year ago

'Don't guess entry points': How advisers handle their own money when stocks tank

"Tax now money tax in the future money and then there's tax never money in the sense that you got it out of the way in the form of a Roth right and there's also things like a muny bonds that could have some tax favorability that's that's built into so tax diversification is huge but putting that to one side in going back to what we started off the show with here HM stock market this week I mean that this is definitely this is been one for for the record books yes yes makes my eye twitch well if if that's all it's doing for you is an eye twitch I I think you're doing better than a lot of people yeah I know I'm I'm I'm putting it mildly but yes it's hung it look it's almost like a a sucker punch but you know it really Wallace yes huge yeah and I was reading a report just recently from the format we fall in and they were kind of breaking things down and what would you think about it you know number one three months ago the market has had never been this high right so so we hit this this all time how hi the dial the drop that we've seen here it's a big one yes now it hasn't exactly put a dent in the maybe a minor one dad but it would have to put a massive dent in the overall bull market that long term investors have you know been experiencing for more than a decade now it's coming up here Jan March nineteenth you know if we make it March ninth of own nine till till now would basically hit the eleventh year of a bull gap which is the longest ever as you said that's unheard of yes yeah but the double close you know you see the Dow's first close above twenty eight thousand points came on November sixteenth so even though the Dow he does lost a few thousand points here it you know it probably only cost you know long term investors a small portion of the games that they've enjoyed being invested over the long run for these last going on eleven years that makes sense yes actually does so is it a sucker punch yes does it knocked the wind out of you absolutely some of that is just being spoiled as we have been for eleven years yes and this this epic run that we've seen just go from the start of two thousand nineteen in which you saw the S. and P. last year up you know twenty five twenty six percent nasdaq over yup thirty percent yeah it hit you hard but number two selling gonna make a point you're selling after a big drop has historically been a bad move yes right panel II can't you can't but you have to be cautious there's you do want to take certain action making sure in assessing how much risk you have and what the the worst case scenario would be but it it's hard to whether a big down day in the market you know but it happens yes you know in in bad weeks come along with it you know but here's one consolation history does give us you know many many examples of nice rebound to have follow tough days yes you know if if we look back Jen that happened during the major market crashes of nineteen twenty nine you'll be a great depression era that happened in nineteen eighty seven black Monday and there were the market dropped twenty two percent that day you know I'm at the mention that I think we had a bad week look at that that's true yeah in your you have to go back that far again there were several occasions during the financial crisis of oh seven oh nine when when huge balances immediately followed massive downward move so panic selling after a big drop means you'll miss out at an any balance that comes after that and I get it sometimes you honestly know what this is becoming a little bit uncomfortable for me Gasol so maybe I should shift you know take some of the chips off the table take some of the profits while I have them it shift some of the major one citing guess what maybe you do that and then if this does continue to slide down at some point you look for a buying opportunity and then you could basically kind of dollar cost average on the way back up if you're putting money in over over time but this can sometimes eat itself too much too quick you miss a balance and that can leave you in a very difficult the position that put you into a spot where you're trying to decide when to get back in yes right so you got out and then you can miss the swing missed the kind of bungee sport court going back up yeah exactly so your number three don't don't lose your long term confidence in the market you know it if you look you know too much at the risks involved the stock market investing in a single day or even a week or a month consecutive panic it again I get it sometimes it it makes sense yes it takes some of the money off the table but you don't want to go to an all out panic exactly right so market ups and downs are ever present but when you look at a longer term horizons Jen you know you'll you'll find that it's rare for stocks to to post losses long term in fact over a long enough period of time such as twenty years the broader markets over twenty years have never suffered losses now again that depends on your age 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Gasol makes six 3-pointers, Raptors beat Wizards 140-111

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Gasol makes six 3-pointers, Raptors beat Wizards 140-111

"Trouble at a thirty eight point first in a forty point fourth quarter dismissing Washington one forty one eleven at Scotiabank arena rockers tied a franchise record with twenty two from three point range and had seven players in double figures led by Norman Powell who came off the bench with a game high twenty eight points Marcus all tied a career high with six three pointers will Terence Davis added twenty three the Achilles heel for the wizards turnovers they have a season worst twenty eight of the Troy brown junior was a high score for the visitors he finished with twenty two points John literate Toronto

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Worst passwords list is out, but this time we’re not scolding users

World News Analysis

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Worst passwords list is out, but this time we’re not scolding users

"Passwords in twenty eight was released by US software company after evaluating over five million passwords leaked on the internet. The comedy says those easily Gasol passwords will put anyone at substantial risk of being hacked and having their identities stolen and the sequence one two three four five six topped the less this year making the five time winner and almost three percent of those passwords analyze used this password. And that's what they should ho sequences starting with one to four spots in top five people always been suggested to use it like a complicated sequence and not directly with personal information. Like do not use your birthday. And also you should not show any pattern like went two three four five six. Exactly. And so there are some tips. Some some experts online said it would take five hundred years. To crack the password, correct horse battery stable which is already as one word, and it is just like random words and the same time. So something lacked he are UB for the OR and three which has no clues. And there isn't any Rosen this. So this kind of passwords can be widely adopted by businesses and other institutions around the world, it could be cracked in three years or three days. So those are the examples probably in the future can try and this along to address why this is like an trending news now probably because. Because of people's rising awareness of the protection of personal information online. And so the reason several cases related to the leaking of personal data online. And that is why people's awareness has been widely raised, but try not to make it so complicated. Try not to make such a difficult password for yourself, and even you yourself cannot remember it for forget about all the passwords, very difficult thing. And we want

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"gasol" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

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"gasol" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

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"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on Channel 955

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"gasol" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"gasol" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gasol" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gasol" Discussed on WTRH

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