28 Burst results for "Gaston"
"gaston" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now
"You know, you just kind of it just crystallized what it really means that everybody has to be on the same page doing the same thing and really on board with the person. There's only one person who leads about, that's the stroke person and the front who's setting the pace for everybody. And you have to get on board with that. There is no people say there's no INT, but literally you if everybody else was rowing your own stroke, we wouldn't be rowing. The boat would just tip over our stop. Right? So that's just been a huge it was just a revelation of what leadership and teamwork really mean for pulling together. And the other is just for my own this is really of course I applied to marketing, but really anything. Just like the discipline that's required. Being an athlete and training and the hard work, it's just been a teacher to me. And what it really takes to achieve goals and do them together as a team. I can definitely relate to that. I'm not very good at rowing. But I totally understand all of the disciplines and getting everybody to work at the same pace and that precision to make a team successful. So I understand that piece, I'm just not very good in a boat. I didn't even know how to rope. I just showed up. I learned at UT. And just showed up when they were recruiting new rowers, and I was like, I want to try this. And, you know, it's stuck been doing it doing ever since. Definitely admire you about so given that we have so much going on, you know, both you and I, a lot of our peers, you know, work is very, very busy. The tech world, the business world is moving at a tremendous pace and that's been like that for years and it clearly will continue to increase in speed. How do you stay up to date on the latest marketing trends? Great question. I don't have one go to place that not one newsletter I read or one website I go to. I'd say my biggest source of information is talking to peers. Am I talking into colleagues, former colleagues, managers, former managers, and my team, you know, they're the folks. They know their area of expertise. My team often brings ideas to me, but this is one of the people doing. We should try this before I ever asked, right? And so I'd say those are the two, the two biggest ones, and of course, you know, I'll go research things here and there as well. But the top one is more people. Yeah, I would agree with that. And I think you and I have had many a debate in a discussion, you know, about specific marketing activities and strategies whether that's account based or content or optimization and experiments. So, you know, I think for me it's a similar thing, you know, obviously talking to your peers. I went with some great marketers, especially such as yourself, Laura. And you're the go to people that I talk to. Outside of that, you know, personally, I love podcasts. I think they're great, especially if you're walking. And obviously, yeah, absolutely. And I think it's good to kind of hear what other people are going through, which is why I think this radical transparent podcast is helpful for listeners. Okay, so I have a final question for you. You know, it's obviously a very important question. With social media being such a big part of our world in B2B marketing. What is not on your LinkedIn profile, perhaps not on Google. That you can tell us about yourself. Well, I guess you could dig it up on Twitter, but even then it's not totally as public there. So during COVID and lockdown, you know, we used to go to dinners cocktail every now. We just used to socialize and do all that all the time. And I just missed, well, I missed good food. Some of the and just sort of meeting up with friends and cocktailing. So one, I definitely started cooking more, which I didn't historically do. I definitely ate out more than I cooked in cooked in. And then I started making cocktails. So I took a couple of cocktail classes. I took an online bartender class and I started to call myself an amateur mixologist, I would say. Started an Instagram for my cocktails, even. So, yeah. Okay, you need to plug that Instagram account because I need to check that out. Well, I haven't been posting too much. I've been kind of lightening up on the cocktails. But it's called cocktail calling. Cocktail underscore calling. And it's a mix of ones I've made. It's a mix of ones. I have enjoyed, so anyway, feel free to check out. That's great. I'm going to check that out. And obviously, when we get to travel again, and I can come and visit you or you can come and stay with me. I'm sure we can get the cocktail making kits out. And you can show me your amazing new skills. I can't wait. I can't wait till we can visit visit live again. Indeed, indeed, well, listen, thank you so much for assert it's been fantastic to have you on the show. I appreciate all of your answers and patience with my questions. And I look forward to seeing you soon. All right, thank you, thank you. And thanks again for having me. It's been great. Thanks for tuning in to the radically transparent podcast brought to you by octopus, the only social media management and employee advocacy platform, architected for B2B. I'm Jennifer Goodman, your host and director of social strategy here at octopus. And if you love today's show, we'd love if you subscribe rate and give a raving review wherever you get your podcasts. For more discussion on B2B social media marketing, be sure to follow octopus on LinkedIn and of course, to gain access to all our free social media marketing and employee advocacy resources, head on over to our website, WWW octopus dot com. Until next.
What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?
"The being few short remains for foreign observers of a given event to be clown themselves than by drawing convenient comparisons we should probably banish any suggestion that what is happening in Kingston has anything much in common with what has been happening in Belarus. There are granted superficial similarities, lodge crowds of citizens who aren't buying the result of a recent election and amount of violence between protesters and police but recent events in Belarus are actually pretty straightforward overstaying tyrant Riggs won election to many demonstrations and the present standoff ensue. Kingston. Is some several layers more complicated and seems poised for a more decisive and dramatic? K. Gaston voted in parliamentary election on Sunday. This was not necessarily predestined to be a Hollow Mockery K. Gaston previous parliamentary election in two thousand fifteen pretty decent reviews from international observers on Freeness and fairness fronts certainly by the generally would be gone standards of Central Asia. This is was different not least because this really doesn't happen. Often the governing party didn't turn up Kingston Social Democratic. Party was stunned by loyalties divided between Kingston's current President Surin by Jeenbekov and he's predecessor Almaz atom by of the two former have fallen out badly in recent years to the extent that last August automobile was arrested and this past June sentenced to eleven years in the clink on corruption charges. As of Monday morning Adam Beyer was a man thanks to the crowds which stormed the National Security Committee building in Bishkek with the former president was being held former Prime Minister John Toro Sati Baldev also on the hook on corruption charges will sprung in similar circumstances. According to official results only four parties of the sixteen contested Sunday's election past the threshold of seven percent necessary to take seats in Kigali stands parliament the Supreme Council three of these parties protesters could not help but notice enjoyed the favour of president. Jeenbekov, who was widely believed to have had his thumb on the scales protests on Monday morning started small and peaceful grew larger and Rowdier, and by Monday evening had taken the parliament building set bits of it on fire and set about redecorating the surrounding streets with ransacked documents. Giga Stan does have an amount of foam for this sort of thing in two thousand and five mass protests which eventually became known as the Tulip Revolution. Forced President Askar Akayev from office. He is now a mathematics professor at Moscow State University in two thousand and ten his successor. Kurmanbek Bakiyev also skipped the country with an angry mob at his heels he was lost heard of. In Minsk begin with breaking news in Kirghistan, the prime minister has resigned. Vert list of is leaders overthrown by popular acclaim. Now appears to have been joined by Prime Minister Cutback Borakove who resigned after the positive results of Sunday's election were annulled by electoral authorities nominated. Piece, in the country and stability in society is more important than any politicians mandates. Suggests that the central. Election Committee thoroughly investigate any violations during the election process. That's a no the result if necessary. I asked political leaders to calm the voters and ask them to take part in gathering. As, this explainer went to wear President Jeenbekov precise whereabouts on certain was also making these sort of statements of willingness to pass power along to responsible new leaders. That one issues is one shovels, the contents of the state treasury into one's Portman toes and frantically oldest one's pilot to fire up the engines and seek clearance for landing in some capital. Four, it's interesting extradition treaties. Possibly significantly President Jeenbekov found the time earlier today to convey birthday greetings to President Vladimir. Putin of Russia volunteering ernest appreciation of Putin's it says here, great contribution and constant attention to the consistent expansion and development of cages Russian multifaceted ties. Custodians Parliament has installed a new prime minister Saadia drop her off another politician who was in prison time last week, it very much remains to be seen how long he'll lost with the parliament buildings still occupied by protesters. Mr Japan was appointed at an emergency meeting in Bishkek hotel, which he had to leave virus service entrance. Once his presence became public knowledge the crowd still filling the streets and squares of Bishkek seen Kina until I talked to Gassiev, a businessman who trades in your shaped greenhouses and is also a representative of a younger generation of caregivers politicians. He is claiming the mantle of the head of government. As to what happens next, it may become important that to external players in particular will be hoping that what happens next? Little as possible Russia maintains a military airbase account in Gaston north China which borders Kingston to the south is a major trading partner. As, both will understand however, an as another cohort of caregivers politicians are presently learning the hard
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"To make Katrina not like him, you know, not like Ichabod and like him. So kind of left it open when when the whole thing. With a good bye disappearing. It's like was it because Brom bones just the one who told story was a prom they got rid of him because he then married Katrina or dead, you know, did it go by really disappeared and he just gets so scared that he left town and he married someone else and has this whole family live in yeah somewhere in another County in the witness protection program right now. He's hiring now Jerry Jones and he lives in. I kind of liked him. I guess he was you know. It is a prankster but not in the sense from him that if someone had made him aware of his toxic characteristics, he would have made at least a mild attempt to change whereas Gaston would have just shot him in the face with his musket or like he would have made a joke about it. Whereas Boston will be like, yeah. Yeah. I just haven't thrown in prison now cuz that's who I am off. Yeah noticed. The problem is just like the the main feature of all these people but not Tarzan cuz he's well, perfect and beautiful life is just like and even though like he felt that he he wanted to you know, give it a shot with humans and learn more about himself once his eighth family or a girl family was being.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"Is kind of grouchy. I just do the interview with one guy and he's like I have all my kids are so pretty but he's like my my wife wants to have another 1/4 and he's like we're gonna us our luck and eventually we're going to get an ugly kid, and we're not going to be allowed. We're not going to be able to put them in the only photos and stuff plus. I mean, he was just joking around, you know, but Quasimodo he can hold the camera. That's kind of my role in family. You can be present, but let's not let's not featured you. Yeah, I don't know fuzzy motor was cool off. Is there any development of Hans in the second Frozen now, right, I mean Hans and which is nuts he came with somebody else in here. Was he by himself. I was the in the second one. I don't know. can't remember. We just watched it last year, but I didn't watch the second one. It was kind of disappointing. I thought it was kind of thought I heard anything official review. There was an interesting song though on I did this whole like she went into like this deep existential depression and they represented it as she had fallen into place a cave like a like an invest down in this cave this whole she couldn't get out and she could just look up at the Sun but she's like the song that she's singing the entire atmosphere. She it was all about depression the next right thing. She kept saying the next right thing. I just have to do the next right thing all hope seems lost but I just have to you know, and I'm like, holy shit. This is like a commentary on like depression and addiction wage cuz I can't just watch it. I have to turn it into a dissertation thing my kids choice. Yes. Yeah, I need to watch those now. You should it wasn't that crazy. You should still watch it. That's my official review. Sometimes it's worth it for the song just for completeness for complete. That's your assignment this week. Everyone go and watch Frozen 2 years. Who is your favorite out of all the Care all the toxic masculine characters. Did you have a favorite? Do you see anything positive in any of them? no, there wasn't anything really redeeming like Gaston had a fun song that was about it. But like his personality like he didn't even he even tried to redeem himself in the end. Like he died the.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"Was hanging from a tower when it happened. Like he was hanging from a tower. He's upset that the Beast might get the object that he has after which is Belle. Yeah, but he's willing to remove a hand from the tower the whole pulling him up and keeping him from falling. He's willing to release a hand to stab the Beast just yeah, like I think he died. Yeah like yeah, it's just she said Okay, there's three big boobs. Ladies downtown who would love I'm sure they wouldn't even be picky. They probably all go out with you at once. They seem like them kind of girls. So many I mean more your style. Anyway, why did he want Belle Belle was so not his style and that reminds me to of like I keep thinking of the incel movement. But like they want money. They want the women who are not even their style like they have nothing in common. There's nothing about these women that would make a good connection for them. It's like a trophy, you know, just like there was a whole song about her being odd because she liked to stay home and she like to read books like The only person in town who understood her was to do she got her books from which is unrealistic that sets up a really unrealistic expectation for girls girls. Listen to me. Definitely be Bill be the weird girl be the weird girl who likes to hang out in the library, but do not expect the prettiest man in town to come after you cuz that's not how it works. I trust me. I promise you that is not how it works. I from experience. Let me tell you I take it from the weird. Yeah. Yeah that is not a realistic expectation. No, we're not talking to girls or about girls today, but I just want to make that very clear. I definitely would advise you be coming Bell but just do not expect Gaston to come after you that's I guess comforting in real life. You don't want Gaston like them. Yeah, I mean no. Yeah, he's he's such a fool. He makes me laugh like if he weren't so hateful he dead. Almost be cute. If you were just like a big dumb idiot, he would do you know because I don't know I'm kind of into that though. I like when people are I like simple people, you know, I do I like dead guys on T. If he was shot it would be just fine. But Shawnee is not I don't think Sean he's going out and killing geese out of the sky either. No, Nope, that would be fun of me trying to like domesticate them and bring them home and you know, Yeah, yeah, he I wish Gaston was just a big dumb idiot and every deadline, but now he just had to be self-entitled. Ass clown shoes, he's clammed. It's true like it even after you know Bell was like, you know, the the you know, the Beast is he is real but he's not he's not like that anymore. He's not angry. He's not violent like but they were like, oh we gotta go get him anyway, cuz yeah, he's paying attention to you. Like he's not going to hurt the entire town jump on this whole band wagon to like why is the entire town? So transfixed by Gaston is there's no one else who can see that. He's just a ridiculous clown. if it is very how do you say it? It's very much like today. Yeah, this world we live in right now the big dumb idiot clown who acts a particular way.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"Yeah, that's an interesting. That's an interesting theme. I would like to see more I'd like to go through more Disney movies and see if that theme is developed or how may I wonder if it did develop through the course of Disney's, you know from way back in the day up until now. Yeah, that would be something to look em. Yeah interesting. Yeah, I wish there had been more. I wish there had been more of his parents more of Hans from the Beast and furloughs parents. Well follow his dog died of the plague was pretty self-explanatory. But I think love I love in the movie so guests on gets more and more pissed off the more like life and he's not aware of it, you know, but it's almost like he can like telepathically feel it the more Beast becomes human like he gets his sperm. He gets his bath. He stops walking out of his bowl and the more that happens. It's almost like it. It's affecting guests on because yes on becomes more and aggressive and it definitely I think isn't is an example of toxic masculinity cuz the more of the Beast becomes human the more he wants to kill him or destroy him or and that's that's the whole goal of this toxic form of you know, masculine. And fetishism, you know where we fetishize the most masculine parts of men. I don't know I'm getting my head is not putting the words together. But the more the page someone is willing to fit into the stereotype more violent proponents of toxic masculinity become about where you like when you look at the end of at least the Disney version. when they're outside, and they're fighting and Gaston head. I forget what had happened in the fight, but Bill came outside and was calling to be some was like, you know, know, she put her hand out for him. So please put his hand out for her and and was you know reaching for her and you can see he's not angry. He's not violent and Gaston came out from wherever he was dead and stabbed it just to be an asshole again. Yeah, he.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"Actors should not be voice actors. I wasn't feeling the whole Demi Moore fan, but Whatever like I say just hire voice actors to be the you don't have to add like Blockbuster Hollywood. Hard to be a voice actor because sometimes they can't it just dead. Yeah the acting they need their physical, you know to deliver their character. Well, yeah. Yeah and just yeah, I just don't like it but she a strong character cuz she was a pretty strong female character in the novel. She wasn't in the movie. Yeah. She did she how she died in the end because she got hang so I believe in the novel. I think she actually lived in the movie if I remember right? Yeah. I mean if I'm wrong but I think she actually made me if I'm wrong that I needed teacher could just says that would eliminate a lot of steps to explaining myself to people just play me. It's time. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, that would that yeah, you know what Hunchback reminds me of or well Hunchback would have come first but family the Opera dude all day long right off. Yes. What I love Phantom of the Opera to that was the first actual theater I ever saw live and we went twice and every time like we bought her tickets a year in advance so we could be in the front row seat, So the chandelier swings that we come right over us and it was just it was amazing just to see live theater like that. Like I get that it's a musical and it's not, you know culturally wait a year or anything, but I loved it. I enjoyed it so much. It really is Gummy indicator. I saw that and lame is like I don't know how many times yeah so many times best theater ever. I got my computer is trying to restart if I just had to tell it no. Oh Ginger is up. Ginger can you hear me? Yeah, I don't know. I guess we got off track a little bit with fan of the Opera which happens with me. You can feel free choice Club me over the head and drag me back on track any but I'm trying to I don't know how I want to go forward. What are your thoughts? Wow, work our way toward Tarzan because I want to talk about how raised by Apes beautiful human beings right raised by humans 9 a.m. So beautiful human being that's fascinating. Yeah. Yeah. Let's see. I mean like we could talk about things like so objectification of women wage is one that runs through all three Hans frollo and pretty boy. What's his name guests on the worse. Holy crap, you know, I'm going to look up I'm going to find what I was reading about toxic masculinity cuz it broke down. So what's interesting to me? Is that a lot of the themes that go along with toxic masculinity run through the movies that were in the the characteristics that were talking about. So and they don't necessarily a lot of the traits don't need to be toxic like Devotion to work pride in excelling at sports providing for a family protection strength, but then it goes down this nasty Road into sexual assault domestic violence, you know. Oppression of or objectification of women and I guess what's fascinating to me who requested Tarzan? Do you remember we actually don't have that? Okay. So what's fascinating to me is that Tarzan was raised by Apes. He the only time the only time that he is ever violent or hateful is when he is consumed by grief. Yeah, right did his own guy in the in the Disney movie? No, see that she lived. Okay, cuz I think in the novel The humans might have killed the mom. I can't remember the novelty. Well, I just watched a really good live action version of it in the mom did but I but Like Gaston, we don't know anything about his parents frollo in the the novel was abandoned. He was an orphan actually because his parents died of the plague Hans. Does he have. We don't hear about them. Yeah, that's interesting to me. But we know that tell me about Tarzan in Disney cuz I think I have a little crush see crush on him off. It was I loved him because like so came to Africa with his parents, but I believe his parents. something happened with his parents because I don't they drowned or or what had happened but, found him in the Cradle in the in the house house they built and she saved him from the cheetah cuz the keto tried to come get him and you know, she did. Was able to protect him and you know fake out the cheetah and get away.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"That they thought was able to do anything to get it including, you know, try to Get rid of Elsa and manipulate. Aana and yeah. Still the ground ground. I I'm thinking back to when we talk about evil women and I love it. What's interesting to me? Is that the evil women one that we did the majority of them are early Disney movie. So evil queen Cinderella's stepmother. These are all older examples of Disney vilifying women and get into the 9 mm. Mm. And we've got Hans and Gaston for all was the 90s right Hunchback of ways, but still wage I see this like transition into so now we're not just picking on a particular gender. We're we're picking on traits which I like, you know going around. So that's that's nice. Juicy and even like Lion King. Yeah. Yeah, dude. I identify with scar I get our I do again like He's like here like you did bad things but I understand why I know why you're such a bitch. Yeah, I understand cheap. But yeah, yeah so I can look back through any Disney movie. I'm like, I can understand that villains motivations thoughts so much more is an adult. Oh, yeah. I don't know. What about so this some like crossovers between frollo and song Gaston. What do you know about frollo? Because let's just like talk about him for a second cuz I want to I want to know what you know about him cuz I don't know a whole lot The Hunchback of Notre Dom was not one of my favorite shows ever really got into it. Yeah, I I couldn't get it down like frollo. So I'm Catholic full disclosure. No, no, please feel free to let me know because I'm not attempting.
"gaston" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"I don't know if I'm getting the two movies confused thought I was watching The Adventures of Ichabod and mr. Toad last night and I share with three and that one and that one was like nineteen forty-nine. I think so song that goes Way back if I'm remembering correctly, but I remember this three and Beauty and the Beast but yeah, and their boobs were really bouncy. They had very perky bazingas. Yeah. I remember that. I remember that like faith in printed on my head, like holy crow even as a kid as an eight-year-old. I'm like, wow. Well, you have some self-respect as soon as that man opens your room opens his mouth long run the other way because you know know he's basically called every chicken. That's how ugly Behind him now. Yeah, what is it? Who is his little yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I was reading somewhere that in the live-action version. They were trying to make some social commentary about homosexuality with a foolish. Are you familiar with that at all? Hang on I got a mute my mic cuz I got a cough. Yeah, I don't I need to look that up. But yeah, they were trying to kind of imply that lefou have these unrequited feelings for Gaston Gaston didn't ever even notice, but he wouldn't have and it's probably a good thing. He didn't because I feel like he is like violent and hateful and he would just kill he would have killed with who I think God. I I can totally see him as a homophobe. Yeah, like a hundred percent. Yeah, because the type of of guys are because you can't have like a a man who's effeminate in any kind of a tall. It's there's so much insecurity with it and I was thinking to myself as I was reading through some odd, but sociology research has been done on toxic masculinity and there's this insecurity in this fear almost of if you're not manly then your gnome Being and it reminded me kind of a podcast and what I'm trying to do, you know talking about expectations of motherhood. It's the same for women. Do you think yeah, that's exactly yeah because like you like there's a mold that you're supposed to bed and you can't stray outside of that page and with toxic masculinity. It's like And and some of these guys like they start to believe Bush it and you know, anybody who has anything that's you know, slightly different, you know, somebody who you know cares about his hair. Oh, he must be gay or you know cares about the way he dresses or you know dresses a particular. Oh, he must be yeah like God why? Why does.
Joe Rogan's next guest?
"Yes. The next Gaston Joe Rogan could be the current president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the man who wants to be the next one Joe Biden in a tweet trump welcomes the idea of a four hour debate with Rogan in his studio. He doesn't mention the presence of we'd go. spotify has gene cheat to oversee podcast deals for the company. She comes from paramount pictures, podcast deals like the one given to Joe Rogan made the stock value in spotify jump by more than fifty percent. Advertising, podcasts more than double Z. money according to new data pod sites giving an average return of two dollars. Forty two for every dollar spent anchor says it's cracking down on stolen podcasts after news broke a story last month that many top podcasts were being pirated on the service. The copycats might mean, Yano says found a workaround in anchors detection system according to the story we've reported a separate loophole to the company. Cabana at large podcast studio will be in the next striking digital podcast metrics report for the US. The companies have announced. Cabana has over one hundred and sixty five podcasts. podcast host art nineteen has an ounce more tools for podcast modernization including international sales, attribution tracking, and support for vast NPR got into podcasting because of a chance discussion in the staff canteen according to Eric Newsom who's written a piece. About the history of podcasting at the broadcaster Paul Page has added a voicemail feature to its podcast websites both free and paid listeners can leave voicemail, which is then sent to podcast hosts, Saas I a super APP for Africa that includes digital payments ride hailing instant messaging, and a WIFI finder has added podcasts to its service as well as listening to many different shows. It also acts as a podcast. Some indy shows earning five figure and you'll run rates on red circles says CEO Mike Cayden responding in Reddit Query Air Plug claims it's the UK's first PR agency focused solely on podcast promotion. They offer packages to launch and promote individuals shows, and the Australian podcast awards has announced their partners for twenty twenty where one of them and I am an organizer. AND INFOCOMM SKEWS on Oxford Road presents the divided states of media. Tomorrow is Katie Hertzog host of blocked and reported. I'm totally free. She says because I'm not dependent on a paycheck from anybody else our podcast is funded totally through Patriot. So we don't have corporate sponsors yet our funders or all fans of the show Nice if you can, and for the love of podcast has pop music editor James. Credit. That's me as a guest. The show promises trends, misconceptions, advice, and this aloof British accent
Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say
"We'll see what happened in Chicago over the weekend. See. Did the cops kill anybody? No. Three kids murdered, though Including a one year old boy in a 10 year old girl. In separate shootings. Guess who killed them? Four Children were among the 65 people shot across Chicago this weekend. 18 of them died. Three Children killed. A weekend gun violence brought Chicago over 300 homicides. So far this year and counting. Last year, the city didn't break 300. Until early August. According to the Sun Times data. A 10 year old girl's fatally shot Saturday when a stray bullet hit her inside a Logan Square home on the northwest side. She was inside the apartment about 9 40. PM When the bullet came through the window and struck her in the head. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead hours later. Popo said. The shots may have come from a group of males who began firing it. Another group in the block. Earlier that afternoon, A one year old little boy was killed and his mother wounded in Englewood on the Southside. A woman and her child were driving home from a laundromat. Just after 2 p.m. when a gunman pulled up alongside them in another vehicle and opened fire. The child was struck once in the chest while his mother 22 was grazed on the head. She drove them to ST Bernard Hospital where the child died. Mother was later taken. The University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment in her condition was stabilized. The medical examiner's office identified the little boy a sincere, eh, Gaston. Lived in South Chicago. Earlier that morning, a teenage boy was shot to death in Humboldt Park on the West side and toe. One Douglas 17 was in a large crowd at 11:25 A.m. when he got into an altercation. Someone from the group pulled out a gun. And fired shots.
"gaston" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast
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"gaston" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast
"Then the skyline, going to start again July fifteenth scholar, which is the perfect social distance vehicle? But. How are you going to clean that and keep it running you? When people get off the ride, a worker, a new crew worker will throw in a bomb. Bomb bomb, and then as so nobody can ride at the second time, and it just one big foggy bombed. The entire supplement evaporates, and then evaporates and clean on the insects. Anybody could pull it off. It would be Disney. Absolutely. But yeah I mean because if you think about it, that's kind of like a little petri dish in the sky. Well there? There are really some interesting fascinating. Revelations about Cova not lasting on services services, so if that is true, they can really definitively come out and say that doesn't last on services surfaces at all. Then there's no real need to to deep cleanse right, but I think just just because people will be put at ease if that is happening for now and just be extra careful. They're going to be facing a lot of. Criticism scrutiny over the next week. If they can get to opening which you know, we're just a couple of days away now. Numbers are not being supportive of that right now, and if you're an annual pass holder, and you might have noticed lately that you got charged accidentally for four months of membership, so there was a glitch in the system for annual pass holders, instead of being charged month by month, some were charged for four months on one day. This was because back during the pandemic when it started. They were told that they would not be charged for the four months that they were not opened, but somehow accidentally a few of them. A few pass holders were charged for four months. oops. My bad so I'm sure they were refunded. I'm sure I'm sure. They got a voucher to spend money in the parks yeah. Here's a pin. You've got overcharge. Let's go to the parks. Oh. Cinderella, castle is. Complete with its brand new paint job I've shared picture with Patrick from bio. Reconstruct on twitter, Love Bio greater work as always you can see. The castle is almost done with the rose gold on top. The turrets are a deeper blue all its museum seems to be the lower-half which is still in gray. So, it's almost complete. It was the project was started for the Fiftieth Anniversary in two thousand, twenty one, and it's exciting to see. It's almost done so I wonder how that affects the projections. Because reason was I assume was. The projections would show up way better on it. That's a really valid point. I. Feel Good Right now as we know as we know from our project experience in our backyard. We just. We just started projecting movies in our backyard to watch and. It was quite the experience because it doesn't quite have the best picture quality, so I can say. We're kind of expert on the matter now, right? Don't you think we know exactly how to do it? Yeah, exactly. So we broadcast Hamilton. Disney and beyond for that. That isn't really beyond. Is Disney's Disney plus but that would be considered beyond. It's not theme park related, but we can talk about it now. Sure it was great. We watched Hamilton. We had seen it with. The world blowing up around us I got it was kind of surreal in a way because you're watching Hamilton and it starts in seventeen, seventy six, and for those of you don't know. We watched it the fourth of July. Yes. On six so. It's the backdrop of the fourth of July and and they're singing about Yorktown and the battle of Yorktown them bombs dropping in. There's fireworks our neighborhood going off every ten seconds. Just just constantly for like maybe an hour and a half two hours. Fire in the background fireworks in the front and Hamilton on a projection screen. Cool. Yeah, we're going to try the castle show next week on our house. On brick. Who knows how that will go? Anyway. Good news everybody Oguz, Cantina will be joining the list of reopening restaurants want the parks reopened? Shaw sweet it was. And it was off and it was on and I thought it went off because it is a smaller. Atmosphere and maybe social distancing was not going to be. Wasn't going to be a smart issue yet or financially. Able I mean like you know such a small space, but people would still go there, so it's very popular, but it spits back on the list. and. There are many other galaxies address Ron's on that list as well. That's good food there. We didn't eat. They're never. Do we have the breakfast Burrito? Oh I thought you meant it Oguz cancel. In the holiest we drank our meal there. Yes, we did, but the RONDOS roasters I still maintain to. This Day was one of the best quick service breakfast. I've ever had very good and the cocktail didn't hurt at nine am. Didn't hurt. It all made it. Go Down, easy one of merchandise. Josh Gad and Kristen Bell are selling Samantha. T shirts to raise money for charities. They posted a picture together on twitter. They are raising money for no kid, Hungry and color change. No Kid hungry solves problems with hunger and poverty while color change helps, people respond effectively to social injustice, so we watched a little bit of the making of frozen to on Disney plus so good, and we didn't watch a lot of it, and we were kind of in and out of it, but I wonder if they addressed the how that came up. This Samantha thing. Do you WANNA. Bet because we. We were going to finish the whole series I. wonder if it was an add lip. Who knows I'm curious. Josh Gad Maybe Remaining be somebody out. There knows someone that is more who has seen the special that we have not yet. Josh Gad Fan or frozen fan. You can tell us if it was ad libbed or not. But you can go on twitter like I said they posted a Selfie of them both wearing the hat Samantha Samantha. My favorite thing I ever saw was somebody. A fan made like a fake. Funk pop percent. And it was just an empty box. That's awesome, very cool. If you are a baby, Yoda fan and a fan of cereal than I have good news for Sam's. Club is going to be rolling out a brand new well, it's not really brand new, but a serial from general mills that is themed as Yoda and since it will be at Sam's Club, it will be in the one hundred and twenty ounce section of cereal. You're not you're not far off. shoebox is Yep. It comes into boxes and if you if you're not wanting to go to Sam's Club. If you don't have membership, you go to Walmart late this August to get single boxes, but that's not all there. That's not all general. Mills is also coming out with a fruit. Roll up seemed as baby Yoda ahead of the man delorean October season two premiere I love roll up or not. Yeah, FRUIT ROLL UP! There's always also through by the foot. Fruit ruler was the one that you punched out the shapes. Yeah fruit by the foot was the one that was what you thinking nothing. Nothing nothing on family show. Your fruit roll ups are good. Moving on what a what a Segue! The the very popular toy story wish ables have come back in stock. Wish ables sociable, so you've seen my wish. Abortions have I have to haunted mansion. Wish ables. So. These are the little tiny plush toys there. There are no bigger than a small apple. They come in packages. That are what they call blind packaging. You don't know what you're getting until you open them and there is a whole series for Toy Story Midway Mania. So it's even cuter, so you can possibly get Beau peep, Trixie, Mr Potato, head, or Jesse, and each character features some of the targets from the different game sections in the attraction of the ride. Their love that right can buy them for nine ninety.
14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago
"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just
"Hello everybody happy while wherever you are on this glorious year revision we can came under your Eurovision Song contest fan you. I think you're even begin to it this year. Weren't you in in Rotterdam so? Have you been coping without the prospect of any sort of live dies than well getting Easter? Now Joel tennis being canceled Irvine being cancelled. Yeah I had tickets for the first time and it's law it was council but hopefully out next year and we had celebration on on the TV last night and had some Swedish food and some cocktails to kind of raise a bit of a glass to what what never happened. But but yeah I think I think you were watching us. Well Joe. You're right yes I was. I catch Lubbock came. I'm going to hold my hand up here. Johnny Logan he comes on the TV and have no idea who he is by turns out. He's he's pretty much the go of of the on contests Mariah a bit. Like the Federa of of your vision life. If you don't tennis you you at least know the name federal. Maybe Johnny Logan could could be a bit like that but yeah. I was quite surprised. You shouldn't you've never heard of him. He's one well three times twice as a singer songwriter. Say He is the kind of the winningest person in in your vision. I guess you could say but yeah maybe actually we can do a European podcast as well. But let's let's go to tennis because we're going to be looking at the Italian. Upn and top eight movements. The happened in rave the last few decades. And perhaps I should lead on this one job because I'm going start with a moment featuring the man himself rapper. One of surprise well yes and listeners. And said he'd rougher bear with us because we all see you're not the end of the alternative Casey's season I mean let's be honest because light Madrid. Rome is Dallas. Hi I think he's one like what nine titles zero something ludicrously say is as as hardly a surprise to kind of see him featured this list say yes came. More is was the first moment. We're WE'RE GONNA be reliving. Well I thought we have liquor two thousand five. Which was you know I play horses and really where he takes. The kind of took it by storm. He won the first time. Yeah his first of nine titles. I think back in five and so he came up against Korea. Who at the time I guess was probably the most to stop ish claycourter of over air or at least one of them very face competitor for sure but the final was another five-set Masters Final five-set thriller? It was over five hours long. Which if you think about now if they were doing that consistently Austin Final Monte Carlo Madrid. That would just be insane. I mean I actually am believe that they used to do this to be called with the but yeah it was. It was a real ding. Dong to one of the better word. Joe Six four three six six three full six and then rougher one at seven six on a law set tiebreak but think about this much. Rougher was a double breakdown and fifth say. Who's three lockdown Sakaria? Really could've gone on us up momentum going away and one but I think really is kind of weakest point throughout his whole career was was his mental strength and he kind of collapsed that combined with with. Rafa you know. Obviously he's attitude his diehard shoot. Never giving up. He was on like a sixteen match winning streak at this point and say obviously he. He had a lot of belief in his game. And but I think Korea would be very devastated after this loss at I think. Actually in his post-match she interceded say this was one of the hardest defeats of his career. I think it was interesting to is. I think Korea probably getting into this matching gains clay season. Yeah he's probably thinking. I'm beatable on clay call. There is no one else out there better than me and who comes along on the Dow eighteen year old teenage eh relatively unheard of and I think this match proved that even when Korea was playing his absolutely best tennis possible. That was someone else out there better than him and I think he was kind of disheartened by that and I think this much great show us. You said mentally he you know he wasn't as strong as some of his other competitors or I think when you're three love up Double in the fifth set us really should be closing that match out and he wasn't able to do that. I think that's one of the things we might associate with a player who you know as brilliant as he is in Korea kind of on the mental side of things. I don't think you could put him up there with the greats and I kind of look at this match. I look at the two thousand four French Open final as well where he Gaston Gaudio. In the final game was five sets but again crucially he was two sets up. He was six love. Six three up was unable to close out the the match. And you know he's probably one of these as you put in the category of greatest players never have one. Ud wonder if if he hit if he had won if he had won this final in in Rome beaten Dow that would have given him the confidence indicate and reinforce that belief that he was and he was at the time the best the best clay court player in the world. I think obviously that loss against scout and then going into this match against Rafeh just his. His mental side of things just wasn't subscription. A Rafeh had beaten him in the Monte Carlo. Final just a couple of weeks before this so again he knew he was up against and he kind of let it. Let it slip away to be honest with you and Yeah so I just thought you know. Obviously this was this was a great match and it was symbolic because again you have this is like the birth of of Raffarin. His kind of play. Call dominance in this. Totally kind of pulsing off of his. You know the best steak or two at the time we had people like Carlos Moya one Ferrara Cowdrey. Kara in a sort of all very good establish trae which just as soon as Raff kind of started working his magic. He'd I guess it kind of became almost impossible. Perhaps to argue against for being the best. Geico
"gaston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That you are with us here we'll have a number of Gaston including the great Ron Kittle will be with me coming up at seven thirty we will talk to the kid who was the rookie of the year for the white Sox and had a ton of home runs for for the Sox big time already we'll talk to Ron because Ron new and former very well so we will have a number of guests are talking about the latest former so my my feeling about it former was that I used to do and I'm gonna retired now but the the I. has this impersonation of former then I'm gonna retire tonight because I always had this this impersonation of him being sounding in different because he was not necessarily always the most excitable broadcaster four of the years I've heard him with John Rooney with Chris singleton and with Darren Jackson and so I always thought it more times not because his voice was strong a lot of times it sounded understated and listen to me over the years John and Edward a really good team because they played off each other the same thing with DJ and former yo singleton inform you know they always played off one to one another and so I always thought that he was out somewhat understated as a broadcaster but when you think about the man all it former did so much for so many people you will hear a lot of stories here tonight on the program regarding what it did away from the broadcast I read with Keith Olbermann safety department for me S. P. N. is huge and former fan because he knows for everything that he's done in his on his life and as a broadcaster he's a fan used to sit in the booth and and former brought that kind of Kerry Kerry sense to bring certain elements to the broadcast bringing guest in you don't get this any more really in Prague castle usually is just to play by play man the color guy and they just kind of banter back and forth but I just remember former allowing a number of gas to be in the broadcast booth with them like most Karen which is always always always great radio when scholar would come in there and start talking to a former farmer asking all these questions about his days with the Yankees and all that stuff so it was it was always interesting to hear form real to talk to other people in the broadcast and so let us some have a reflection of who and former is south sider which that really is really close to my heart I mean the guy who loved the white Sox also close to my heart it wasn't brought up enough in life how much informal really love the white Sox being from the city and all the things that he brought to the table four and as a white Sox broadcaster and personality let's now review the life and times of that form very pleasant.
The Marlboro Woman
"Before the Marlboro Man. Before the Marlboro woman. Even women didn't really smoke. In fact in some places. It was even illegal to help me tell that story. I wrote Aria Bendix into the studio with me. I'm already so on. It gets toasted here as well too. So cool cool. So why don't we start? Warriors a reporter at business insider. Who's covered the history of smoking and Marlborough? Why don't we start at the turn of the century? What was the association between women and smoking so there was a strong negative association between women and smoking. It was not something that polite woman did. There was a lot of societal disapproval. That was definitely the big thing but there was also a few legal attempts to sort of prohibit women from smoking in public in nineteen. Oh four there was a woman who was actually turned in by her husband for smoking in the presence of her children and she faced thirty days of jail. Time for that and then a few years later There's actually a short-lived ban in New York City that prohibited women from smoking in public. So it really was. Smoking was really seen as not a thing. That a lady. Oh well raised woman would do woman of good moral standing. So then what changed? So what changed was World War One inside the White House. President Woodrow Wilson compared with advisors then signed the proclamation of war against Germany and that was really when women started to take on up. Actually enter the workforce for the first time and take on jobs that were traditionally says he'd with men behind every man or the woman at American women were daintily mightily and they also changed their appearance to reflect that so women started to have shorter hair started to wear pants and then they also started to pick up cigarettes by one thousand. Nine hundred thousand American women had won the right to vote but even within the Feminist Movement for some smoking was taboo. Some of the activists for women's rights actually went to great lengths to distance themselves from women who smoked Lucy. Page Gaston for example was a vocal opponent of smoking and drinking alcohol. She wasn't trying to ally herself with women who were redefining femininity. Instead she wanted to empower women who embodied the old Victorian ideals of womanhood who would use their vote to advocate for temperance and respectability and enforce their high moral standards on the broader population. So where does the story of Marlboro Start? So it starts with Philip Morris which used to be British Tobacco Company in the One thousand nine hundred twenty s they really wanted to get a stronger foothold in the US market so they came up with the idea of the Marlboro Brand and in nineteen twenty four. The introduced it as a cigarette brand for women. Nineteen twenty four was a really tough time for a newcomer to be making a play for the US cigarette market at all. Never Mind Marketing to women. That's because it was already pretty locked down by four big tobacco companies. Actually there used to be one gigantic company a monopoly until the US Supreme Court and a bunch of trust. Busting Congressman. Put a stop to that in the nineteen teens. Anyway by the Nineteen Twenties Marlboro. Was this small fish making its debut and upon full of. I'm just GONNA go with this great white sharks so it set its sights on the other. Small fish in the cigarette pond women and since suffragettes Lucy Page Gaston. Were not going to light up anytime soon. Marlboro had to find a way to make smoking socially acceptable for women. It had to make cigarettes. Which many saw as symbols of vulgarity and promiscuity actually feminine by Victorian Standards So one of the first advertisements that they came out with was this quote unquote mild as May campaign may like the month of May delicate breezy dainty elegant for find polite. And there's something amazing about how Marlboro. Sins that message through these ads. Like if you look at them. The women picture aren't even smoking but it almost doesn't because they look so glamorous every one of them sort of had like this dark lib this perfectly quaffed hair. The secret was sort of daintily hanging off their fingertips looking a little bit seductive but it was also somewhat reminiscent of the Victorian ideals of Amenity. That sort of caring us into the nineteen twenties. You see this sort of stereotype of a lady. A very elegant woman that marble woman is basically like the Modern Day Portland of instagram influence. Our I mean everything that women sort of wanted and aspire to be mild is may was everything. A woman could want in a cigarette. The ads made it look like an essential accessory as natural a woman's hand as the lipstick on her lips. There was a lot of concern that women's lipstick would actually get at the end of their cigarette. So what they did was actually create a grease proof tip that would prevent that and it would keep your lipstick looking nice while you were smoking after that. They also introduced a red rim around the cigarette and that was meant to disguise the lipstick itself. We are miles away from the Marlboro Man. Here that even his Marlboro and its parent company. Philip Morris continued to work on making it cigarette look appealing to women. It had a bigger obstacle to tackle. Most women did not know how to smoke. So Philip Morris sponsored. A lecture series that toured the country and taught women the basics. It hit ladies clubs charm. School's department stores and nurses lounges covering etiquette had opened the packages avoid lipstick smears and prevent fires. Oh my God and slowly but surely marbles efforts started to make inroads so the advertisements are resonating with women Marlboros. Getting letters from women thanking them for the ADS. More women are starting to pick up smoking. But it's actually not doing much for the brand itself. It was pretty much failing as a business they were capturing a miniscule portion of the cigarette market at that time turns out. Marlboro. Wasn't the only cigarette company on the block with the bright idea of advertising to women in fact the American Tobacco Company one of the four giants which used to have a monopoly on cigarettes. It wanted to get women to smoke. Just as badly as Marlboro did and its main brand. Lucky strike was a much bigger name than Marlboro. The president of the American Tobacco Company poured about one point five billion dollars in today's dollars into advertisements in the first decade of the lucky advertisements. So they were funneling money into the brand and that sort of reflected in that sales they were sort of catering to everyone and they saw the same opportunity. Marble did that. They weren't actually targeted advertisements to half of the population which was women so they put out a lot of the same messaging. That Marlboro did a lot of that. Same like feminine ideals of Beauty. They weren't a woman's cigarette brand but they certainly began catering their advertisements to women but nineteen twenty nine both companies had been running ads featuring women for years. Marlboro had even gone so far as to show a woman in one of the advertisements. Actually smoking a cigarette. Just holding it seductively. But even that wasn't enough so to break through the negative by surrounding women in cigarettes once and for all the American Tobacco Company launched another offensive. And this one would below the politics of women's smoking wide. Open the president of the American Tobacco Company calls up this Guy Edward Brenes and he's now known as the father of Public Relations and he was actually fun fact. The nephew Sigmund Freud and so- Bernez comes up with this idea to stage a protest in New York City he recruits all. These debutantes who sort of look like the everyday woman but they're also super elegant and he gets them to basically marched through the streets of New York on the Easter Day parade carrying lit cigarettes in their hand and he called the the torches of freedom so cigarettes were known as the torches of freedom the Easter parade. One of the most important events on New York City's social calendar. Women were there to be seen. They were the newest fashions. Their boldest hats and stranded down Fifth Avenue. Like it was a runway. It was such a cultural touchstone. The American composer Irving Berlin even wrote a song about it and it became the basis for a nineteen thirty three. Judy Garland Fred astaire movie new the grandest Bala Anyway crashing. This event was a big deal and the torches of freedom the woman marching down Fifth Avenue in their finery carrying lit cigarettes. That image caught fire. It was a huge news story and it sort of kicked off the idea of women smoking in public really. Yeah I mean I see it as sort of the fulcrum to change the social tied women in other cities as well not just New York City but now San Francisco and Detroit. Were now taking the streets and smoking their cigarettes or torches a free. They had their own torches. Afraid of
Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed Barbuda's Generations-Old Land System
"On the Caribbean island of barbecued a land cannot be bought or sold. The whole island is shared communally. And it's been that way since the eighteen hundreds but planet money any Sara Gonzalez went there and found that capitalism is creeping in. Antigua and Barbuda are two islands. That make up one country. Antigua is mountainous and touristy see with about ninety eight thousand residents. That's where the government is Barbuda's flat flat like a penny with just fifteen hundred residents. It's the kind of island where wild donkeys. Angie's just walk into your home call and where no one wants lobster anymore. We love breakfast. We did for lunch for dinner. We'd love to three times a day. That's Atkinson Beezer beautiful. Bob Yuda when this is Natalia. John Calls her. Hey go take out new. And they both got land for their homes. The way everyone else in Barbuda's gets it people just go cut what they want. Clear it and stop bill. Just take a piece of land and be like okay. There's my this is my land. That's so that's so. We usually do perfect. No money no money not even taxes not even taxes then even like a permit fee nothing like really zero zero dollars zero zero dollars free free. No paperwork no lease no title Bob. Yuda has the greatest land deal on earth. This is Albert Patty Simon. They're calling me the grill. It simply mean a verbal historian. Back in Sixteen eighty-five Colonization Times Simon. The grio says this English Guy Christopher conjuring ten least the whole island of Bermuda from the king. Oh Yeah Cadran. On on was a slave master. He had his slaves over there. The entire island was made up of five hundred. Enslaved people at its peak and one white manager and his family and when slavery was abolished and the white manager finally left. There were no white people on the island. Just formerly enslaved people so they stayed so the people are left alone left. They're they're sorta live happy. Held the whole island in common. That's what it's called and no one ever came in and said but wait wait. You need property. Titles at some point Barbadians do start leasing. Land there are a few beachfront hotels and resorts but barbadians never sold the land and it stayed this way until twenty seventeen when hurricane. Irma had a lot of win. And then you you just just say a window Saturday. Birthday Bash. You know this. Is Natalia John Again. Almost all the buildings Bermuda were damaged know roofs. No doors Barbieri. We're totally exposed. And they heard another hurricane was coming in three days. The prime minister who lives in Antigua orders a mandatory evacuation and barbarians are like wait everyone the entire island. Everybody Alpha Bob. Yuda really the Prime Minister Gaston Brown. Says the government doesn't have the money to rebuild. Any focuses focuses on the island's most obvious acid. The land says he thinks his whole communal land thing is a big misunderstanding. Which is the Bob? wtdn have always carried this myth. Perhaps maybe a couple of hundred years that they own the land. You say that Barbuda's I have been thinking that they own the land. It is a myth that they own the land but there is a law that parliament the Antiguan. Barbian government passed. That says I just want to read. The the first sentence says enact to confirm that all land in Barbuda's is owned in common by the people of Barbuda right so so it was a dangling piece of legislation he repeals. The law tells Barbadians that you have been living on for free all these years new plan. We're going to sell it to you for one dollar eastern Caribbean. About thirty seven cents. US and now you'll have a title and you can take title to a bank to get a loan. Mm to rebuild your home that type of property rights system is quintessential to the advancement of e country. But the rest of the island lind which is most of the island that would now be open to development. Foreign investment was a trick. That is what I
Eating Plant Strong While Chasing a World Record
"Here. We sit in the beautiful assistant family farm. It's it is literally postcard beautiful and bucolic as record this we're about a day away from De. Triathlon with Joe and and wrapping up season one of the podcast and when you have had the really wonderful benefit of of talking with just an amazing list absolutely remarkable and inspiring Gaston as I share with you number times we were walking talking last night over the property and it says I was sharing with you. It's you and your family are among the most remarkable and inspiring people I've ever met in just a wonderful testament to the the benefits and the power of eating plants wrong and last night after dinner. We had a ping pong tournament in your basement here at the farm and you're eighty five year old mom and I were a team and she was literally the weak link on on the team. She's amazing mazing and full of energy and super competitive just the there's a wonderful a testament to the way we eat that and the power of sort of living this way you just recently shattered the two hundred meter backstroke world record for your age group fifty five to fifty nine and so we that'd be Kinda Fun to turn the tables and talk with you about really kind of in depth about what went into that why you did it but also really just talk about the way U E. We've talked now out for a whole season about the way our guest seed and so forth but I imagine people would love to hear what you eat. In the course of a day and we talk about the seven pillars in the seventh pillar is movement and movement and exercise has been a cornerstone of your entire life and so maybe we can start with you talking about your relationship with with exercise and how you move yeah so I've always felt very comfortable in the athletic arena as long as I can remember you know whether it was doing doing the presidential fitness award back in you know fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth grade playing on the on Softball Teams Little League Baseball Basketball in the neighborhood. I grew up in this very idyllic neighborhood. You know in in one of the suburbs of Cleveland Ohio and we would have all these pickup baseball games tennis so I I really as a as a young kid growing up I got introduced used to every sport imaginable right I mean swimming biking running volleyball baseball all the album ball sports and and I and I loved it all but for whatever reason I kind of gravitated towards towards swing it was it was one of those sports that I excel that in highschool really it's funny. I was kind of a late bloomer of sorts. I I was kind of short until about maybe the ninth tenth the grade and that's when I shot up and went from probably five eight five nine up to over six feet and I'm now almost six feet two and then I ended up doing a postgraduate year at a boarding school and it was known as being one of the best swimming high schools in the country. It's called Mercersburg Academy and I went there and kind of repeated my junior year and that's when I needed that extra year and that's when I kinda got a decent and I mean I got good enough to where I had places like the University of Texas at Austin Arizona Tennessee Indiana these universities our cities were soliciting me and offered me recruiting trips and I visited the schools but I of course I landed at the University of Texas at Austin for a number of reasons reasons and Gosh have no regrets because if I wouldn't have gone to Texas I wouldn't of you know. I don't think I would have become a professional triathlete athlete. I wouldn't have met my wife. I wouldn't have become a firefighter and I wouldn't be here today. Talking to you becoming a division one athlete is is a major accomplishment and you did extremely well professional triathlete but then when you stop and then you enter the world and became a firefighter that's win for most people to so they might have played high school sports sports. They might have just been active through school but then they enter the workforce and they they start moving. They have a commute. They sit at their desk all day. life is busy. GotTa get dinner on the table title but you kept going so talk about why you do that and you know what you do in the course of everyday for your workout well. I'M GONNA back back up a little a bit because yes I went to University of Texas at Austin and it was the number one or number two school in the country and I had set certain aspirated for myself. You know every swimmer that that I know of especially Division One they wanna go the Olympics and they want to win a medal at the Olympics right and my father won a gold medal in enrolling in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and so I kind of had high aspirations and so I went to ut and I went there because I was a backstroker and the American record holder was there at the time guy named Clay Brit and the world record holder in in meters guy name Rick Kerry and I'm like you know if you want to be the best you got to go and you know see how the best to it and I just for whatever ever reason I never got as good as I wanted to so I always had this kind of disappointed in where I ended with my swimming career. I think that's one of the reasons why you know frankly. I threw myself into triathlons right because I had this nagging disappointment that just would not go away and I figured it okay if I work harder than anybody else. If I do all the little things right then maybe I can erase some of that disappointment that I had because I never made it to the Olympics. I went to the Olympic trials and was a three time all American but you know you'd be amazed how many swimmers that if they don't get an Olympic medal they feel like they're a failure and I have learned so much you know just in the evolution of our mindsets and what we want and failure and all that but so getting back to your question. Why am I still like you know doing this day. After Day. I think some of it believe it or not goes back to not a lot but a little goes back to my disappointment back in my college days. The other thing is I've fallen in. I Love I fall in love with movement the meditation that kind of I think happens with me and my mind when I'm swimming biking running I just there's a certain meditation that happens especially when you're clicking on also under there's a certain grace and ease in these sports especially especially when you're there when you're fitness is there and it's almost like all right. Let's see what we can do today and I've been swimming with this master Swim Program. I think we may have touched upon this a touch with. Jd Roth an episode five Jay talked about how you know one of the things that keeps them accountable is he has these group of guys that he has is over to his house. They got to come to his out but he has over to his house. You know whatever it's six o'clock and there's like a group of ten or twelve and they've been doing it now for over the decade and they're like best buds got something very similar to that back in Austin. It's with the this rolling would master Swim Program. There's probably ten guys and a few women and we've been together for some of US almost twenty years and you know we're we're there for each other. These guys become some you know the closest friends in my life not only is it a bonding experience with these with these people that we've connect. I've connected acted with for so many years but it also it is such a wonderful way to start your day right. I mean when you when the first thing that you can do in the morning as bang out a a killer workout in it's usually only an hour but I might as a week so it's I usually go five days a week. They have six days a week. I usually go five days a week and that after we swim and one of the things I want you to know is I'm fifty six and I go hard. I mean you know I I. I know some people they get over a certain age and like you know I'm just going to like take it easy and not going to get the heart rate up over a certain level. You know don't want any beads sweat coming down the old forehead. You know I'm kind of like all right. Let's bring it on. Let's let's let's hurt and I do that. I do that a lot and then you get out of the pool. WHO'LL so I've been with you on one of these workers then you got to do pull ups and a pretty amazing core routine so we do some medicine by work we do. We do pull ups yeah we do we do different kinds of variations of plank work outs we're always trying to mix it up and try new stuff but yes so after a swim and then doing fifteen to twenty minutes of cour- work pull ups sit ups man you are like ready to just like dig into the day and and do some damage so at what point did you decide decide okay being a division. One athlete wasn't enough being a world class professional triathlete enough now in a I want to break the world record for your age group. When was that decided so I i. I didn't really have these ambitions of getting the world record I do. Maybe need to say that two and a half almost three years ago. I did try to get the world record four fifty to fifty four year olds but I was fifty four and like like six months old not a good time to try and get a world record because I'm at the very end of the age group and I missed it by a little over like three and a half seconds. It's and I remember hurting so bad in this in this effort and I'm like okay. You know what I'm just. I'm done race and it's just it's it's. It's a a whole `nother level of pain beyond the workouts that I just don't. I don't know if I want to go there and when I was on the ritual podcast rich was like come on you. GotTa do it. You gotta do it for everybody. That's out there and I'm like yeah but you know I had blood coming out of my eyeballs and I had not not literally but that's what I felt like right and I felt like I was breathing out of every orifice in my body so there was some serious pain in my legs felt like lead weights and there was was lactic acid coursing through every molecule of my
"gaston" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The Robert Gaston high heart rate news I'm Carmen Roberts president trouble proves an emergency declaration for Porter Rico that's about to be hit by tropical storm Dorian and is still recovering from hurricane Maria twenty seventeen there are still thirty thousand homes here with hearts on their roofs the power grid is also still fragile with outages in regular rain storm so that could happen again fox's Rick Leventhal in San Juan Dorian may not reach hurricane strength until it passes Porter Rico right now we're taking that is more than likely will be a hurricane as it moves toward the Bahamas the religious Dave Roberts with the national hurricane center talk about a grand opening the first store in China yesterday and was forced to close the doors just hours later as bargain hungry shoppers want the store we go dot com posting video of the man America is listening now your storm team ten forecast powered by Duncan pumpkin season is here at Duncan coffees lot Tay's donuts and more changes ahead for us today as showers and thunderstorms become more numerous through the morning into the afternoon noticeably more humid later today as well with highs in the upper seventies possibility for some local flash flooding into the overnight hours as these heavy showers and thunderstorms passed through rain will end early Thursday morning with increasing amounts of sunshine Thursday afternoon high temperatures reaching the low eighties I'm storm team ten meter also mark sorrels on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM never saw do you're listening to the coast to coast AM with George Noory our special guest tonight Neale Donald Walsh his latest book the essential path is websites linked up and coast to coast AM dot com date dot com that's our dating service you can have a great time meeting people that really get you as it approaches eighty eight thousand members free to sign up give.
"gaston" Discussed on On the Rise
"As something that you need or want support report with we can totally help and one of the things that we absolutely love to do is help highlight companies than end professionals like yourself while you're here on our show how constantly stalking you guys in figuring out like who who were the change makers in the game who need to who need an opportunity to share their message. Their mission used their voice. I always say we have our heads. We have our hearts but our voices thing in the middle that connects the two together and allows. How's that to make the impact or its end. The income is an inevitable result of the impact that you're able to make in your community so i just think it's amazing thing was super inspired to tell you that absolutely hell shit because we definitely that's an area that we definitely need help with. Were not able able to promote certain things. We wanna get our message out there. I get a lot of calls during the day like do. I need a medical car just things that if they were educated somewhere or else to know that they could go to the c. d. stores. I think that they would be exploding more where people didn't feel like they while or you know i even had had a little sign just made up that says no medical card needed. You don't need it for our store so come in. You know even if you're not going to buy anything we were giving away samples when me i open so that people. Could you know check it out. I mean people need the product. You know it's something better than taking a leave and other types of medication or going towards street drugs those type of things. I mean you know where your products coming from. Our products are certified. That's important to us. We grow our own so that it's organic. There's a lot of people people that aren't so we're making sure of this and were reluctant to take an other brands knocked that we might not be open to it in the future. It's just that they have to be a ran this researched and of integrity before we can offer it to our consumers. That's the type of business we want across the board for the mother company as well as or are ellen kacie b d and i really feel like the c._b._d. In and of itself is going to be an explosive and far larger market than even the t._h._c. market kit in agree without education and promotion as you're discussing people aren't getting that right information and then a lot of times. They're going to a store with the people that don't have our same missions so they're not they don't know what to buy. They don't know what to do. They don't know even how much to take and so that's you know their soul all many different variables to the equation that needs to come to light and we all need to focus as a community to make that happen and there's a lot of really good companies out there like you said that are probably going to the wayside because they can't figure it out or they can't get word of mouth out fast enough to kind of sustain. They're trying trying to do and you're right if you don't have consistency of products when people come through the door the trust is lacking don't if someone came in and they got a fifteen hundred milligram oil and you aren't able to obtain the hamp to make your fifteen hundred milligram oil. You may have lost that customer because they're like wait a minute. Why did you not what have i mean. We even have dog treats. People are huge about animals. We have a big horse community out here so people give c._b._d. To their horses they give you know oh. Some of the dog treats actually to their horses. They're all organic so we need to make sure that that stuff is available if someone is taking dummies because it's all they can take. They have cancern sern if those dummies aren't there that's a problem if you don't have product to make sure that you have on your business is going to slip and slide away so it's important a to always have that and building up with good people that are doing the same will ensure the prosperity of all of us really yeah. We definitely have a vibe of together rather as one and i think right now we have buried delegates..
"gaston" Discussed on On the Rise
"Tell me about the retail store the we have our retail brand. Our mother companies the diamond shine communities so that's what we have for. T._h._c. are actual c._b._d. Brand is ellen cat a so so it's alan case d._v._d. That's my initial in my daughter's initials so we actually run our own brand everything we make. We make ourselves so it's myself even my daughter right now. We've been open for about three months. Our revenues continue to increase. I think what separates us is that we are seed to sail. We actually actually farm it. I think a big component is education and it will be for the t._h._c. dispensary as well. Thanks folks are coming in. They're curious. We're getting a lot of people you know. I would say from the age group by thirty five to like ninety something coming in curious even starting. We have folks who are elderly. Were starting to vape so we offer vape pens. We have lotions we of course carry all of the oils we make edibles. We have gumy's cookies brownies. Let's see lollipops. We cater to what folks are asking us four if they want higher c._b. Content we advise them towards the dispensary three of its higher than what we can offer. We haven't taken on anyone else's products because we can't really guarantee it. A lot of the people in the area have products exp from other places that may have not see we carry only full spectrum items so everything is whole plant. I believe in that it's important to have the entourage of back to work work for folks that are coming in for issues are products. We have great reviews when people come in. It's really word of mouth. We can't advertise much at all so i i can help you without your touch. I got nailed. I don't know how the fuck did it but my husband knows seriously like let's just talk about this. I not to interrupt him so i just get so excited about this. Because there's a major incredible brands incredible businesses incredible entrepreneurs who are being lost in the forest of nowheres ville because they can't see your advertising or their banking shuts down or as you mentioned like their supply chain is just not studying so they gain momentum and they lose momentum ten steps forwards fifty fifty steps back it takes so much time and energy to recover.
"gaston" Discussed on On the Rise
"Welcome to the revolution. This is sonia gomez a your house for today's show where we are are interviewing dr karen gaston who is a pioneer in the connecticut massachusetts market originally from connecticut and moving into the massachusetts market fully vertical company and making real waves as a women owned business on the east coast in the cannabis industry. I'll l. let her do the bragging in the telling i am so super excited to hear her story in how she is keeping things and people in line in the new emerging industry on the east coast of the essay what's up a dr karen. How are you thank you for having me. I am so excited to have you first of all a big up to being a boss in the cannabis face and having a women owned business super powerful stuff their mama penurious and canopy noor super super excited to dive in. You were just talking you know in in our pre interview conversation. You were just telling me so many incredible things about how you're working with your community to raise the vibration raise the standard of operation so on and so forth but before we dive too much into telling those stories. I'd love to hear a little bit more about <unk> who you are what your background is in what you're currently doing in the industry sure so. I have my doctorate in psychology. I used to run a nonprofit for folks with disabilities here in connecticut that program shutdown. I'm a mother of two. I have an eighteen year old daughter and a five year old daughter so that's kind of first and foremost and we are definitely diving into the cannabis industry vertically as you had described we have t._h._c. operations that we just received our host agreement for in weightless massachusetts we plan to also find cultivation space for that so we have full seed to sail there as well as production of vapes absorb those types of things coming soon all the process here in connecticut i farm my own by also have had a farm in massachusetts with my godfather odd father also in whiteley massachusetts and we have a c._d. Store here in connecticut so that's pretty much where we are. We're all about healing integrity of products big big for me. We wanna make sure that when people come in and they've enjoyed a product that actually works for them that they can come back in and get that same product the same way. We don't don't wanna run fifty million strains. We wanna run strains that are going to actually work help people through the healing process. It's what i went to school for. It's what i'm here for. I'm here here for inspiration and i'm all about community anyone that's trying to do it. I have no problem going out there and helping them <hes>. We've got a big community here. In connecticut almost on the massachusetts border where i'm involved with a lot of farming makhosan here and no kind of what's going on in the industry hopefully will become legal at some point in the future for t._h._c. h six but currently we are legal for the hamp according to the farm bill so we're trying to stay in line with everything legally and run full operations as was support the community you are making waves over their mama ends so excited like this is just such an exciting time..
"gaston" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Everybody is gone this is not the ninety nine prior prior to having a radio show I I was a regular Gaston many programs TV and I I go on and I would question conventional wisdom and I'd be made fun of me even my my superiors at the firms that I worked at what you shut the hell up Chris and just go along for the ride they shut up and go along with the ride you understand how much money you can make you know we we start doing that in life when you start just to find things in your mind and you start saying well in essence I should do this because it's going to make money for me because it's for the greater good for myself when you know deep down inside and we all know we all know I'm sorry I believe everybody's got that little angel and devil the seeing an animal house you got the moral compass you know deep down inside what you're doing is wrong and once you start doing it what once you start down that path it is very very hard.
"gaston" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"He's a brute. The beef. However. Starts off cold starts off stoic. But here's the thing. He doesn't learn see some people would look at this. They look at the beast, and they say, oh, look he's transformed because he was able to get in touch with his feminine side. None of the beast transformed because he was able to get in touch with his masculine side. Bell leaves the castle at one point gets attacked by wolves. What is the beasts do? Risks his life to save hers gets injured in the process protects her a says, that's not as feminist side. That's his masculine side. When Gaston comes to kill the beast at the end of the movie spoiler alert. The beast doesn't care at first because he's given up on life. But then del comes back. Now, he's got a reason to live now he fights. And he's got a reason to fight guest on began protecting. Also when he gets the chance he doesn't kill Gaston. Betrays him. Guests on trips slips and falls off the castle himself the beast never kills him. So the bees shows mercy, which is another masculine trait. Maybe one of the most masculine traits. And how about the beasts serving bell? He served her by letting her go. Which he knew would put him in a lifetime of captivity. But he let her go to see her father. So he put the person he loves desires above his own that is a masculine characteristic. And the beast adores our guest on doesn't. The beasts does. Then want to be respected. Women wanna be adored men. Want to be respected women want to be cherished and the beast adored her as a masculine trait. People will do that movie. Like, oh, look you so much. He's learned to dance he's a really getting in touch with his feminine side. He's learn table manners getting in touch with his feminine side. No, it's getting in touch with his masculine side. So what do we do? Do. We a side you pretend that all men are like guest Aub or do. We raise our boys to be like the beast. And we can't do obviously the beasts is the answer. But we can't do that. If we say aggression is harmful. Your.
FEMA chief on Puerto Rico death toll: 'It’s hard to tell what’s accurate and what’s not'
"After officials confirmed a three month old died in North Carolina. But a tree landed on a mobile home Gaston county manager Earl Mathers says the tree fell on the mobile home today in Dallas that's about two hundred forty miles west of where hurricane Florence made landfall Friday in rights Bill beach, a border patrol supervisors accused of seriously crossing the line. Authorities say one Ortiz has killed four women since September third including one transgender woman all four are thought to have been in the sex trade at least two where you I citizens. Cops were apparently tipped
Paul Manafort trial verdict: Reactions pour in
"Is pouring into. The guilty verdicts in the Paul Manafort trial one local congressman, says it's a bad reflection on the president even though Paul manafort's. Legal problems do not appear to be directly tied to President. Trump US, congressman Mark Po-Chun can says it's not, a good look for the president there's another bit of. Bad news for the president when your campaign manager is involved with. This much going on there's clearly gonna be a some price to pay for the. President John Mercure WTMJ news WTMJ's Jeff Wagner is. A former prosecutor he. Says despite mistrials on ten counts for Manafort the. Guilty verdicts are enough, to celebrate. For the prosecution the fact of the matter is he's convicted of eight Celani counts he's looking at. It a long time at, one conviction is as good as eighteen so this is a huge win for, the prosecution no, question about it Manafort faces a maximum of eighty years in prison
Dozens of students hurt when bus roof sheared off in overpass crash
"The stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc dozens hurt in a bus crash on the southern state parkway the tour bus had its top sheared off on a low overpass near exit nineteen police say two people are seriously injured the journey bus tours was returning from jfk airport thirty eight students five chaperones emma driver troy gaston of bethlehem pennsylvania major david candelaria what the state police says it doesn't seem like he knew commercial vehicles are banned from the parkway.