30 Burst results for "Gazelle"

Fighting Continues in Panjshir Valley as Anti-Taliban Resistance Vows to Hold Out

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Fighting Continues in Panjshir Valley as Anti-Taliban Resistance Vows to Hold Out

"The taliban have declared victory. In the eastern provinces of punchier the part of afghanistan to fall under their control the group posted of their pfizer raising their flag in the territory however the region's resistance groups maintain. They haven't been defeated. Let's get the latest now with surgeon. Gazelle a visiting teacher at the london school of economics. Welcome to the program. So is john. Do you think the war is really over now homeless. Do we actually know about what's been happening in punchier. Well the war has perhaps An ended in the sense that the taliban have declared victory across afghanistan but there will be another conflict internally where you will see pockets of resistance across the ghanistan against taliban role and that is something that will likely last for years come because there is resistance towards the taliban at the moment it is not significant enough to concern them but it is something that is noticeable and it is getting a support across many of the urban centers of the country. And what about in in pens year. The region's resistance groups. They claim that they are still fighting. Well the resistance in punchier. Is that now off. A insurgency ironically similar to how the taliban used to be previously the punchier valley is a geographically very difficult place to control. It's god valleys and ridges and no one had previously been able to take control of it. Not even the soviets during the occupation of aghanistan in the nineteen eighties. So the fact that the taliban claiming victory and they've been able to hoist their flag in the capital of punchier is significant but they don't entirely controlled into the whole region off the punt share valley. There are still some pockets of resistance.

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"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

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"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

08:14 min | 4 months ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"To I guess to see like how how we start to shift understand things but but also to see like how how that hurt him in so many ways in his life and the defenses that he has you know what i mean and that takes a lot to you know one i can see from my own personal experience that you know with my father. Some one can get stuck with these with these defenses of you know holding onto so so to overcome that like. I have a lot of great respect for that. I'm not sure what my question is here. But i'm just relating to this. There's there's a. There's been a huge shift and i and i'm sorry to hear that you suffered when you were child will so important what you're saying because we learn from our parents and if we don't stop and reflect we just repeat the same things that we've learned generation upon generation. That's what you're talking about with the pattern of spanking and and it takes so much conscious intention to step out of those automatic patterns. You know. So i i get what you're saying. I feel like. I probably in a way stopped a cycle that i'm sure have been going on for numerous generations and my son often says to me you know could shop mom you stop that cycle. If he knows he knows kind of the broad strokes of my family of origin. And that's so much. I know of what your work is about. And mindful parenting is we have to. We have to really understand our own patterns of reactivity in particular because of we all we'll just reproduce in our children and then we all grow up thinking. I'm not going to be like my mother and father and then we realized one day where exactly like them. You know if we didn't take time to be very intentional about what we're doing because our parents after all our primary teachers. Yeah i mean it's a whole culture. So what did you do as a young person to sort of break free of that culture to start to transform these and heal these wounds that you had well quite honestly. I got it to therapy. Which i really need it. I didn't really have a way of making sense. That of what had happened particularly because my parents just looked great on the outside. you know. my father was a professor of social work. My mother was a high school teacher. There are no drugs no alcohol you know it all looks just like a normal suburban family and that was really confusing so i needed a solid relationship with therapist to help me come to grips with the enormity of what had happened and then i found my own trajectory in mindfulness which has been an amazing just an amazing approach. Toolbox set of strategies life enhancing. A i can't say enough about because it's really healthy. See things more clearly. Step out of some of the automatic ways that i was living and perhaps responding to my own emotional world and the emotions of those around them. It helped me. It helped me Question a lot of my own thoughts and you know for kids were abused. It's almost inevitable the somehow you feel responsible you like you brought it on. Which of course is crazy when you look at that objectively. But that's the inner world of a child. They wouldn't be doing these bad things to me if i haven't done something you know. It's kind of a magical thinking maybe away of having control an out of control situation. Mindfulness really helped me with some pretty deep seated stories i had about myself that i was fundamentally flawed. Were something shameful about me. That again had led to what happened in my childhood and therapy was great. Mindfulness put the whole thing in fast motion. Because it just kind of helped me see the stories that my mind was telling men fuelling about myself and to really question whether those stories were true or not because most of them word actually warned that whole inner critic imposter syndrome. The whole thing was like a big swirl inside that thank me these messages the something really wrong with me as opposed to okay. I'm not a perfect being but let's let's switch that focused what's right about me and what's right about authors and to me. That's a lot of the power of mindfulness than getting to know our own mind and realizing that we have a lot more choice about our mental patterns than we often realize. Stay tuned for more mindful mama. Podcast right after this break. You know looking a little better helps me feel a little better obsolete feel more awake and alive and myself and just kind of ready to take on the day which is why i love. That thrive cosmetics is a sponsor of this episode of the mindful mama podcast because i am obsessed with their products and i have love them for years. Now thrive cosmetic products are made with clean high performance skin loving ingredients they have clinically proven formula. 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"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"So they can have strong connected relationships with their children. I've been practicing. Mindfulness over twenty years on the creator of mindful parenting. And i'm the author of raising good humans. A mindful guide to breaking the cycle of react to parenting and raising kind confident kids. Hello and welcome back to the mindful mama podcast. I'm so glad to be talking to you. A filled with gratitude. Welcome if you are a continued listener so glad to connect with you and i'm so glad to connect to the of your new in just a moment. I'm going to be sitting down with dr gale. Gazelle a certified. Mindfulness teacher former consultant for the us department of justice and one of the nation's preeminent physician burnout coaches and she is author of every day resilience. And we're gonna talk about. What does it mean to be resilience. How do we build resilience and in this really important episode. We're gonna talk about how to really build inner strength and weather. Life's changes so. I want you to listen for how looking into our strengths and pass challenges can help us call upon them in future need. We're going to talk a little bit about that. Inner critic how this voice might be developed from external voices. We've heard over the years and the gift of impermanent like really appreciating what we have now. So this is a very powerful episode for you to listen to and i can't wait for you to dive in and just as a quick reminder resilience tools are part and parcel of the mindful parenting clear method and the com- step in the clear. Method is all about those habits that studied the heart the mind the nervous system understanding and taking care of our triggers. Taking care of difficult feelings. Those essential tools for life right. That is the building blocks of the mindful printing method. And if you're ready to dive and get that personal. Coaching lifetime support. That you need to really take things to the next level go ahead and learn more get on the weightless at mindful parenting course dot com. So that's mindful. Parenting course dot com. And that's all. I gotta say before. We dive into this awesome episode. Join me at the table. As i talked to dr gail gazelle so. I'm thrilled today to have dr gail gazelle with knee and get. Dr gazelle is a certified. Mindfulness teacher a former consultant for the united states department of justice and one of the nation's preeminent physician burnout coaches. She's also the author of the new book every day. Resilient so welcome to the mindful mama. Podcast here thank you could and i and i think that there's so much i wanted to talk to you about. Burnout is a big issue. Whether for physicians and i know we have a lot of nurses and physicians. Who are our listeners who are parents and and also resilience you know we. We can all relate to the ideas of burn out and resilience. But i know that you didn't just like you know decide one day let's think of alta burnt out and resilience is probably your own story has led you to this work. Do you mind sharing. Some of that will thank you. Yeah i'll start near the present. And then i'll go back a little bit of time so i'm a physician. I spent most of my career as a hospice physician. Taking care of people near the end of life terminally ill individuals and their loved ones. And i learned a tremendous amount about resilience. People are dealt a bad hand of cards through no fault of their own. Typically a cancer diagnosis for example. And you really as a hospice worker. You see people who really mobilize who really come to grips with the difficulties that they're facing an in a sense rise to the occasion in a sense decide. Well i'm gonna make the most of whatever time i have as limited as it might be and that's a lot of what resilience is about so i learned so much through being on sacred journeys with hospice patients. I've also spent the last decade working as an executive coach for other physicians. And you might think oh physicians. They're resilient they have everything that they need but even before the pandemic the life of the physician is very challenging. You know obviously it's a high stakes profession to say the least and many physicians are perfectionists. When their talk they always have to have the answer. And if they don't they're a failure what physicians do when there's uncertainty likes pandemic rice all of this uncertainty all of this change so as a coach working with physicians. I've learned just a tremendous amount about resilience in the physician workforce but just to travel back in time as well hunter. I grew up in a complicated family like many of your listeners. On shore there was a lot of abuse in a family that looked great on the outside the white picket fence kind of family. And i've done a lot of work to recover so to speak from the challenges that i faced at my own childhood and so i feel like i come by resilience honestly. I have so much joy in my life. Now that i never could've imagined has a child or even you know into my adult life. When i was struggling with what had happened to me as a young person and it's been quite a journey a successful journey so i wrote the book to share what i've learned in a variety of pursued because we all need resilience can be sure of that. Oh yeah i am sorry to hear about your the abuse that you suffered and and it brings to mind for to me. You're a little bit older person than i am. My father right here the way hair. Give it away gail. Sorry my my father and my grandparents like there are different standards inhabits that were in generations and it's re- per meat as you mentioned that it brings to mind a a number of things but one of them is that when i think about like the things that drove me to do. The work with mindful parenting one is when i was a little kid. My father spanked me and you know he had a big rage. That was intense. And i and i saw it myself but i know that he when he was a kid you know. He was born in nineteen forty five and his father Beat with a belt with a leather stra and that's something that nowadays like we would call abuse and it was but now at that time they did not think of it that way and it's just amazing.

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Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

60-Second Science

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

"One has ever seen tarinah source walk. Still movies like jurassic park have guessed how fast it would have done that now. Scientists have used the skeleton of t. Rex to model the bio mechanics of the animals stride and they've estimated its dreaded at a leisurely pace on par with humans. Ostriches elephants and giraffes. And it's not just limited to those animals. Horses gazelles news. Turns out that actually. Most animals don't tend to walk. Superfast pasha von beyeler is a movement. Scientists had variety university in amsterdam. His team studied the skeleton of not. Rex housed in a dutch museum. The specimen nicknamed tricks is exceptionally well preserved. So they were able to. How ligaments would have attached to and linked to the animal's tail bones. Those ligaments they would've acted like rubber bands and the researchers used mathematical modeling to study. How they would have given the tail bounce as the t. rex. The animal could have taken advantage of that natural bouncy rhythm to save energy as it moved that is basically resonance you get more movement for less effort if you choose to correct rhythm at which you do things so that helped estimate the beat which t rex would have pounded its feet but to determine speed. They still needed to know how far each step was and to do that. We found fossilized track way of a slightly smaller through sword. Skilled it up to the size of our t. rex and that gives you a step length. Multiple is step length by step rhythm and you get a speed of one point two eight meters per second or about two point nine miles per hour. The results were published by the royal society. Von bildt says he's seen a lot of headlines stating that humans could have outpaced t rex. Not so he says. Once the animal started running. I guess we should be glad that there's a lot of time between us and t-rex

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Upgrade your tech every year?

Talking Tech

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Upgrade your tech every year?

"Find out more after the show. It's always great hearing from your fans even when they want you to shut up. I got a lot of nasty tweets and emails this weekend in response to my piece about surrendering Apple Samsung and Google, and just admitting that perhaps it's best to just upgrade every year. I mean the new phones are so good. You'll pay about five hundred dollars a year swap them out if you resell the latest version. For the new iphone twelve I get a markedly improved camera. A screen said to be less susceptible to cracking spitfire processor and all in all a sweeter design. I think it's worth five hundred dollars a year to get the latest and greatest even pandemic but you know it's all relative and it's about your priorities. Others didn't exactly agree with me. Here's an email from an unsigned fan quote wake up to your surroundings, Graham are you happy writing terrible articles with no basis people are laughing at you they make fun of your work because it's Solis in inconsequential. It's amazing how people can get upset over an article Another responded quote. Do you really believe what you wrote? I never send emails to columnists but this annoyed me enough to look up your contact information. The article had no basis in reality. Okay, your basic troll insults the one point that did come through for many however was that I was advocating something that harm the environment quote your justification for why you need to upgrade a one thousand dollar plus phone. Every year is environmentally and financially harmful and ignorant said one said another well yeah. Of course, it's better for the industry in the economy to force people to buy a new phone. Every year who cares about how wasteful that is or how most people can't afford to choose to do something like that unquote. So let me respond I never suggested tossing the phones away never, but instead to trade or sell them to let others use the phones there are many sites that by back phones for cash like decluttering Gazelle and apple in the wireless carriers offered trading value on new purchases. In both instances the phones get refurbished and used again usually in developing countries what about longevity aren't the phone's built to last of course there's no reason you couldn't keep using phone from three or four years ago maybe even older, it'll do. Okay. I like the new advancements in features you may not care. That's fine. But there are situations where your old phone may be cracked. The battery may be falling apart. You can't charge it as well as they used to and websites won't load because time has moved on and new software won't work with them anymore case in point I spoke to someone complaining that her zoom sessions kept breaking and the sound quality was poor.

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"gazelle" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"gazelle" Discussed on WGN Radio

"W T on radio. Weird. Seven minutes after five o'clock here on this Saturday morning and good morning to you, O'Ryan Samuelson with you for our weekly visit. To talk about the most important industry of the planet food production. Now we add to that fuel production with ethanol and biodiesel and all sorts of things that We've added to the roundup for what we produce on our fields across America. And right now we're looking at a temperature at my house. That Huntley, Illinois, my temperature 36 degrees. And not quite a frost. But maybe some of the low lying areas are showing frost on the windshield or on the fields this morning, and it's going to warm up a little bit today, and we shouldn't have a fairly nice fall weekend. And so a lot going on Jim Bazell standing by Teo Talk about gardening as we wind down that season and ah little bit later this morning. We're going, Tio. Visit with Mike Pearson, who's going to talk to an author who wrote a book on dealing with the commodity markets. So what that will be interesting to talk to and talk about this morning. But we'll stand by for Jim Gazelle and he will join us when we continue here on these Saturday morning show. When you suddenly have to be productive at home. You find out certain things like your neighbor is learning how to deejay or your dog has a caddy vests friend across.

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Everything you need to know about human rights in South Sudan

UN News

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Everything you need to know about human rights in South Sudan

"The first report of its kind by a U N panel. The Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan reported on Tuesday that government forces through most of two, thousand and seventeen and two, thousand, eighteen intentionally deprived IOT and Luo communities living under the control of the opposition in western Bahr Gazelle state of resources amounting to collective punishment and starvation as a method of warfare government commanders also authorized as soldiers to reward themselves by pillaging items deemed indispensable to the survival of these rural populations the report adds. Since gaining independence in two, thousand and thirteen. The brutal conflict across South Sudan has caused incalculable suffering to the civilian population resulting in staggering levels of acute food insecurity and malnutrition noted the commission with seven point five million south. Sudanese. Currently requiring humanitarian assistance we have found food insecurity in western Bahr, Gazelle Jonglei and central. Equatoria states is linked directly to the conflicts and therefore almost entirely human induced said, commission chair has been super. It's quite clear that both government and opposition forces of deliberately used the starvation of civilians as a method of warfare sometimes as an instrument to punish non-aligned communities as is the case Jonglei she added

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Washington vs. Big Tech: Taking on the Trillion-Dollar Club

Squawk Pod

10:01 min | 1 year ago

Washington vs. Big Tech: Taking on the Trillion-Dollar Club

"Lawmakers came out swinging yesterday against Amazon Apple, Alphabet and facebook at an historic antitrust hearing held with CEOS, Jeff bezos, Tim Cook Sundar Pichai, and Mark Zuckerberg. Over remote Webcam, you swear or affirm under penalty of perjury that the testimony you out to give his show incorrect. The Best of your knowledge information and belief. So help you God. Yes. Let the record, show the witnesses answered informative. Thank you, and you may remain seated members of the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust subcommittee used charged language like too much power, Anti Competitive Acquisition and emperors as they aired their concerns about those four giant platforms. Here's the subcommittee chairman. Democrat, Peterson, Selene, a Rhode Island, our founders would not bow before king, nor should we bow before the emperor's of the online economy and ranking member? Wisconsin's Jensen. Brenner. Pointing out. Political concerns about size does big tech have a bias serves our consumers to? The need the protection of the antitrust laws. Both sides of the aisle had their opportunity to highlight this core conflict between Washington and Silicon Valley that antitrust enforcement can fix whatever is challenging or concerning about big tech. The CEO's for their part. Say We haven't squashed the competition. Here's Pichai Cook and Zuckerberg competition drives US team. needs to better products, Noah choices and more choices for every customers have a lot of choices in their products space fierce competition companies like Samsung, G. while way in Google has built successful businesses with different approaches. We okay with that. Our goal is the best, not the most I recognize that there are concerns about the size and power of tech companies. Now, we're services are about connection. Our business model is advertising and we face intense competition in both Amazon's ECOMMERCE dominance sparked a few intense moments after CEO Jeff bezos. The richest man in the world with a personal fortune of about one hundred and eighty billion dollars didn't get a question until nearly two hours into the hearing apparently due to a tech glitch. But then the pressure was on basis was asked about undercutting diapers, dot com before buying it Amazon's counterfeit problem whether Alexa favors Amazon's own products, many times. He didn't have the answer I. Don't remember that at all. I remember is that we we we'd match competitive. I believe we follow diapers cog, and this is eleven years ago I. Think we do is offer to get you information if you. Get it to your office for you read that article, but I didn't remember that piece of that I apologize for that I don't know the specifics of that situation, and I would be happy to give back to your office with more information about that. These questions for Basil's and Amazon strike at the heart of the antitrust that had been building for years as these four companies that we use every day every single day grow and grow larger with a combined market. Market cap of about five trillion dollars. If they were their own stock exchange, they'd be the fourth largest in the world. Here's vice chair. Joanna goose to facebook's mark. Zuckerberg strikes me over the course of the last several years. FACEBOOK has used. It's market power to either purchase or replicate the competition and facebook facebook. MESSENGER WHATSAPP instagram are the most now downloaded APPs of the last decade your company. Sir, owns them all and we have a word for that words monopoly. My Take Away I. Don't know I. Don't know if you guys watched I thought some of it was fascinating. A couple of questions, not not a lot of great questions thought. There's a lot of some good answers, some not good answers, but I didn't think that there was a major takeaway that all of a sudden. You know Washington was Gonna come down hard on these companies and there was evidence that was presented. That was gonna GonNa, create that challenge. I thought the most challenging piece of of news out there. But I think we've seen it before was instagram and facebook in some of the emails back and forth. Did you ever use this very similar facebook camera product to threaten instagram's founder Kevin side-stream? Congresswoman I'm I'm not sure what you mean by threatened I. Think it was public that we were building a camera up at the at the time in a chat. You told, MR, science that facebook was quote developing our own photos strategy. So how we engage now, we'll also determine how much were partners versus competitors down the line instagram's founders seem to think that was a threat he confided confided in an investor at the time that he feared you would go. That you would go into quote destroy mode if he didn't sell instagram to you, one of respectfully disagree with the characterization. Really dug into the emails and didn't take them out of context I. Thought, you'd have a hard case to make. Yeah, I, mean. I thought on on the point with facebook is easy Riley points to the quite a few different lawmakers went off the Mark Zuckerberg on on the topic of their competition practices whether he considered some of those companies they've taken over I, walk up and Instagram as competitors at that point which knowledge that they had been, which kind of course, a bit of a stir. Has Been Engaged in purchasing competition I, in some cases, replicating competition in some cases eliminating your competition, would that be a fair statement? The space of people connecting with other people is a very large space and I would agree that there were different approaches we took to to addressing different parts of of that space, but it's all in service of building the best services. Likewise said that they had tried to copy some of the particular tools that other rivals whether they bought them or not use including. Of course, the stories feature snap, which I thought was quite interesting, but Geo Point, Andrew as to whether we we conclude from yesterday that significant action from no makers is imminent. Even if we go to a sweep at the next election, the market didn't take that conclusion on those times. Talks hit session highs during the hearing, but the interesting dichotomy which goes to the question. Of, how much we managed to watch I watched as much as I could apart from when fed chair Jay Powell speaking and I watch that instead, and you had one side of Washington of goes up pressuring these tech stocks. The other part saying that we're hit as long as it takes, we're not even thinking about thinking about thinking about raising rates and not allowed old. Not just the textbooks. And close at a pretty strong session yesterday can I? Can I just ask whoever buys a company? That's not a competitor I mean. News the idea that you would buy a competitor when. Merger has ever taken place among a company that does an entirely different area that you wouldn't consider a competitor. Watching. This yesterday was complete theater just like it often is with the these congressional hearings. At. The beginning, they were asking questions and not even letting them answer. So this was really about giving Congress people their time to have their six minutes to talk and to go through with some of these things, I didn't feel like learned a lot under yesterday. I couldn't take my eyes off it when I was watching it, but it was theater. Classic, you'll take the time comments from lawmakers when they get me on. So they wanted to I, totally agree on that, but I would say compared to say twenty eighteen when Mark Zuckerberg had to go to face, they'll make on his own. Better prepared than they had even if it was then making arguments rather than letting. The answer, their questions, they made better arguments. They brought up more pertinent facts whether that was is Amazon. Abusing small sellers on this. Platform. In two, thousand, thirteen, it was reported that you instructed Amazon employees to approach discussions with certain business partners, and I quote the way a Cheetah would pursue a sickly gazelle is the gazelle projects still in place and as Amazon pursue similar predatory campaigns in other parts of its business. I cannot. comment on that because I don't remember it. Is. Apple misusing the margins, it takes on on the APP store. Apple from increasing its commission to fifty percents we serve. We have never increase commissions in the store since the first day at operated in two thousand eight. From doing so is it? No, Sir I disagree strongly with that, there is a competition for developers just like there's a competition for customers. So I think they were getting it the crux of some of the issues. But as we I think all concluding I, it didn't spell imminent danger for the tech stocks just because of that air. Just one note though on the competitor. Comment there or issue that you were just discussing Becky, which is an interesting one. We often talk on the show about how being a monopoly unto. itself is not illegal, and you just commented that you can't buy from everybody wants to buy competitor. Interestingly, if you're deemed a monopoly which is not illegal, but you have that market power, it actually is illegal to buy a competitor, and so if you really go back and read mark, Brooks emails even. Even about the instagram transaction, he actually even doubled back on one of his emails because I. Think he realized that given the power that having that industry depending on how you define it that he had to rewrite the email later to suggest no, I'm not trying to do this. He was by the way thinking about this, even to two, thousand, ten, you can. Almost, if you look through emails, you can sort of see how tracking in his mind. The Way He's thinking about it. So yes, everybody always wants to buy. But Inter stands at the size and scale that these companies are. Now, it's very hard to do that actually. Hit His. Answer. was that the FTC had all the same information that they had at that point in the FTC Peruta

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Ariel by Dean Friedman

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Ariel by Dean Friedman

"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.

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"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"And all my wire. Exact friends We've been we've been talking on the phone calling people we've been texting we've been in slack and I just think the need to be in touch right now is so important And I think that's just what's been carrying me through love it. I have something that I I really WANNA say About some feelings that I have and that is. I would just like to make a little comment to the end users on the client side here And I I think that they have a wonderful opportunity right now. This window is going to close. There's an amazing opportunity. Now to reach people that they would never reach. They will never be able to talk to someone online because certain people probably aren't online that often they're busy Maybe IT professionals people the public the consumer. They want to communicate right now. Mrs a wonderful opportunity for the client side to reach a population that they may never have an opportunity to reach again and yet we see very little work coming through. So I'm just just throwing it out there yet. We really need to restart. Aren't they interested in the consumer landscape today? And what the consumers are thinking about. You know the new. What's the new normal you know? Are they going to continue using their favorite brand or they're going to start using the less expensive brand that they may be still in the store now and has started to use? Don't they WANNA know? Yeah and we've all had with different brands that we were anticipating over having my nephews out there. Hello out there. Yeah and the reality is they're going to have to know and so you know we're GONNA have to be prepared for it but the people who get started on that I I believe what is the message behind what you're seeing is the companies who really seize this moment and get started on this research. I are going to be the winners in terms of understanding. How exactly consumer sentiment has shifted because the consumers want to tell them right right now. Consumers are bored. They talk normally. They're hanging up on. You know so calling for a survey now. They're like let me tell you a few things exactly share how they feel. It's just an opportunity. I think a very rare moment in time. Yeah young no I would totally agree with that and this has been so great thank you. I know you're incredibly busy right now. With your whole team But I appreciate you coming on and giving us a little bit of insight from your perspective about what's going on and how we can actually carry through. Do want people to connect with you. It's Ambro it seems really easy but it is an with an e so connect with her. On Lincoln's. She's great about getting back on there and I know that she'd be willing to connect you with other people in Women in research which we love to plug here because it's Free. It's always free. Go Visit Women in research dot Org and has been a huge supporter of it. And she's been a big mentor and sponsor of a lot of people who've come through that program and that's one of the things that's super beautiful when we have something to give we give it out and we have someone who we can call and there are a lot of men surrounding that support wires well and all the different companies that are that are sponsoring it. That is what makes a difference right now and just getting to hear a little bit of what's going on in your mind right now as a leader who has seen so much in. This industry has so much to give to it. I do wish you all the best in New York and as you take care of your team across the globe and you joining us. Thank you for having me. Priscilla rate. I just feel humbled by things that you've said and I really appreciate you asking me to join your podcast today. We'll let's have another great dinner the next time. We're out at a conference and get the biggest Martini possible. And let's a time. I love it from all of the Pete's here at Little Bird Marketing. Thanks for joining us. Stay safe and always happy.

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"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Want to all our firms and you know an MR firms. Even getting really big. We're going to have all the expertise on staff and Ono. We want to be really lean you know. This is a constant ebb and flow. This isn't new dacoven but now with that in mind. What do you foresee happening Howard? Mr Berms going to get that confidence to bid for the work. I think several things. There are several components to this question. I one of the things that Has Been around is going to stay is the procurement is are still going to be using procurements and I think that is very difficult. Process for some market research agencies and I think that that process alone is is a very difficult one but when you get down to the market research agencies. I think that one of the things that we're seeing today is that there are multiple scenarios have to happen in bidding. Because we really don't know what the situation is going to be like in country or even here in the US. We don't really know what the situation is going to be when the job is actually going to happen. Oh that is interesting. I hadn't thought about that you're having to people are having to bid for it right now without knowing whether that's going to be online quality or the idea is we don't know if it's on like while we don't know if it's in person we don't know if it's in a mall we don't know if it's going to be forced to the online We really just don't know and when it gets in country it's even more complicated. We don't know what the social distancing rules are going to be in country so we're having to provide a lot more scenarios in the car and bidding and and. I think that that's going to happen even the full and maybe the beginning of next year because we don't know what the waves are going to be this. Kobe and we you know there's some hope I think somebody in Oxford England thinks that they might have a vaccine which would be amazing. We just don't know what's going to happen so I think that the process is going to be what it is right now which is multiple scenarios and bidding for sure. We'll tell me a little bit about how you been managing your team first of all. I'd like to say how much you know we've been thinking about you because you're based out of New York and I know this has been really difficult but you do have to be considering all of your team all over the world. So what's something that is worked for you keeping your team together and keeping them engaged in and connected and all of those things that we really need that heart in it right now? What's working for the Gazelle Global Team? Zoo Zoom Zoom Zoom. Luckily we've been virtual for a long time so bet we were able to operate day. One really You know we were in the office on Thursday on Friday. We all started working from home. And that was that the funny part back is L. as we was supposed to be moving so our office leases up. Oh actually today's the last day so we're really going to be going into the office to just pack up our stuff and We're really going to work. Virtually for a while until this all shakes loose. Because you know they're really we just can't For See US moving into office space in the city right at this moment so we're just going to remain virtual until there is some you know we just see the direction the world is going in right is. Is there something that's been grounding you as a leader as you've been talking to your to your employees and and even to the clients is what's giving you the Sheri- right now? And how? How are you being able to move through it? Yeah we we've been reaching out to our customers and just talking to them about how they're doing everything okay but I have to say Another source of support for me has been my wire.

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"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Little marketing we don't know all the answers but we happen to know a lot of people who combined do. We've asked some big dogs. Some tenacious thought leaders to share their real experiences mindset an tips for managing through this difficulty. Welcome to the MR leadership series. You'll hear from market research thought leaders. This week includes Mario Carrasco of think. Now Ryan Berry of sappy Sandy. Casey of innovating him are amd Brown of Gazelle global in Merrill to Bro from research. These shorter punchy interviews are geared toward powerful and candidate answers to truly relevant business challenges. If you enjoyed this episode take to social media and thank you for volunteering. Their time in this way be sure to use the HASHTAG. Always be helping enjoy have had the privilege of knowing and Brown for many years and of course. I'm sure you might be tired of hearing me say this but I met this wonderful person through women in research and I am so happy to have her on the show. I'm going to tell you a little bit about her. She is an entrepreneur which is where we absolutely connect. She's a founding partner of Gazelle Global Research and she has traveled all over the world doing amazing data collection data processing and just all the management experience that she has is really serving the market research industry at a very high level. And when I mean high level it's great thoughts up here but I'm talking about like elbow grease and practical knowledge. She brings that to clients in order to solve really some wicked challenges that people are facing getting global research so and Brown welcome to ponderings from the perch. Thank you so much priscilla for those kind words and I also WanNa thank you for the leadership that you have shown in this very difficult time with your leadership on marketing and sales how you've reached out to all of us with your thoughts in your health if it's it's just been very comforting and very special very special time. I thank you for that. Thanks so much and you know we do have a good group of women we just gotTa keep relying on each other. And there's some great men surrounding women in research as well and it's about. Can I help you right in this moment and then someone else helping back and it's been super great but I've been thinking about you a lot especially because of the the global aspect of not only your work market research and operational piece that you deliver but also because this is a global pandemic so let's get right off the bat with that you have so many projects in the field globally? So tell us how the shutdown and even even if you can see a little bit forward a restart really for you across the globe has been more of a wave rather than a off and on switch for Gazelle global in the team. That's out there working right now. Well the shutdown was a bit of turn off switch jobs it we That were in the works. Possibly already programmed When the country's shutdown and we really couldn't do in person research so even with social distancing it just wasn't happening and so many jobs that we had in the field. I can I can just remember few Some things in the UK Some things in China and a little bit in Brazil I just all came to a screeching halt. The funny thing is we did finish a project in China. I just before who would really kind of just blew out there. So that was good. We got that out of field and That worked out well but everything else pretty much shut down but now I'm I'm just seeing just of course we could still do online. I guess we'll talk about that a little later. But this as brisk as it was we could say but I think that some various A kind of a little glimmer that we're seeing We spoke to someone today who said that. They think that Manila will be back. Open around possibly the fifteenth of May so I think There's some work that can be done now in China and I think Europe. I you know we saw on TV over the weekend that in Spain for instance they had children outside for an hour and you could see you know people welcoming the fact that they could be out in the open air again so I do think that probably toward the end of May the beginning of June. I think that there will be more in person research done. Probably with social distancing But I think we'll be able to get a little bit more in person work done at that time. Yes so when you say in person and we're talking about this global that's just people really don't understand. What developed global does you know. They're the feet on the ground. The back in operations to so many other agencies so let me ask you this ad as the back end operational team for so many are agencies. What do you anticipate is going to happen when the surge of requests comes back what the reality is that some teams have shrunk sadly and obviously some projects shrunk with that which is what was the demand but we're going to have a surge of some type of research that needs to be done but now it's very possible that some of those? Mr Agencies that relied on you heavily in the past. Now we're actually dealing with even fewer people on their team. How does think that's GONNA shake out? I think what's going to happen. Is What has happened in the past When agencies contracted I think years ago there were much bigger. Research departments in clients in an users and when those contracted a market research companies flourished so because they would then be able to supply The smaller teams of the clients in the end users with the support that they needed and I think the same thing is going to happen again. Now I think the The acronym that will always be helping. I think what's going to happen. Is that companies like Gazelle and others. You know others companies that do things that we do are going to be the support service support structure for research companies and even an users who wear the teams are shrunken and they need more support. So I think that we'll be there for them just as we have been in the past right right. Tell tell everybody a little bit. Give him a little bit of taste of the kind of back in operational things that your team does because you do. Maintain feed on the ground across the globe. In order to give people you know operational and getting getting their their research in the field quickly with some expertise but yet they don't have the overhead of all those experts when they don't have work so what are some of those things like you know top down that you do. We're just like a menu item. You know pick one from com- comedy so Our strengths are are global sample our global field ornithology so we program and host online surveys. We do data processing. We do coding and coding. In language we translate into about one hundred languages. He Australia suit is our Global Field. Management feel management in the US our programming hosting in our online sample. And I think it's the support that we give our customers more than just the fact that we can do these things because a lot of people say that they can do them. But I think it's just the support that we give our our customers. I think it's the trust back. We built up over the years. Come to us. They know they're going to get the job done correctly with. I just think that's what it's about I think that's what will help companies going forward wearing their Their teams are smaller right. Well I would agree with that. I think really what you're talking about. There is a sense of confidence because you companies want to go out. Mr Go out and actually bid for more work but the reality is it can be a little bit daunting because they're bidding for work that maybe their team now on the size and what they have available to them. It's not possible for them to get it done on their own but maybe there are some Mr firms who are going to have to actually go out and bid for things. Maybe they wouldn't have in a normal situation we're could be maybe a little less ideal but you know. Mr Firms are going to need to be getting done so I would like to hear your thoughts about that. What do you think the long term ramifications could be for how in our firms bid for work and the thing about that and I love to hear because you have such a long perspective in the industry. You've seen in clients. Research departments expand and contract going from insourcing all of their insights to outsourcing. No we.

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Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

"Today's leader was a celebrated politician and was devoted to fighting for freedom and her country. She lived through era's colonialism and independence. Let's talk about Giselle Raba. Saha Jeff just sell Roberts Hollow was born on May Seventh Nineteen Twenty Nine Antananarivo Madagascar at that point Madagascar was a French colony. Gazelles family was very politically involved. Her father was an officer in the French army so she spent most of her childhood moving between his different postings and France Tunisia and molly when he died in nineteen forty to Giselle and her family return to Madagascar ask are those. Zell initially dreamed of becoming a nun. She decided against it by the age of seventeen. She was deeply involved in politics herself in the mid nineteen forties. Some political leaders about a gas car led efforts to become independent failed to do so through legal channels some some became radicalized and decided to take more violent measures in nineteen forty seven. Malagasy nationalists armed mostly with spears attacked attack. French military bases across the island. It became known as the nineteen forty seven. Malagasy uprising in response the French French killed many of the nationals estimates from the French said be killed around eleven hundred Malagasy nationals while Malagasy estimates were way higher around one hundred thousand casualties. Giselle was actively involved in a campaign for the rights of political prisoners from the uprising. She fought to free thousands of prisoners. She gathered a committee to support. Prisoners families wrote news articles to attract international attention and worked with members of parliament. Element petitioned the French president. In nineteen fifty six Giselle became the first woman elected as a municipal councillor. She was also the the first woman to lead a Malagasy political party having founded a party called the Union of the Malagasy. People in Nineteen fifty-eight Giselle United. Five nationalist nationalist organizations to help the Congress party for the independence of Madagascar. After a series of revolts Madagascar gained full independence in nineteen sixty when France agreed to let it become autonomous. Giselle then shifted roles from General Secretary of the Congress Party three to Minister of Culture and revolutionary art in that role. She committed herself to protecting people's heritage. She founded a national library. Prairie in nineteen seventy nine oversaw. The publication fifty works in the Malagasy language restored more than twenty five national monuments organized artistic mystic competitions and create the Mala gase copyright office in one thousand nine hundred five. Her policies helped promote national creativity. Giselle served as minister stir of culture until Nineteen ninety-one ten years later. She was also appointed Deputy Speaker of the Senate in addition to her roles in government. Giselle Zell was also on the editorial board of Nationalist newspaper. That opposed French. Colonial rule for much of her life. Giselle never got married or had any children when she was asked about her decision not to do so. She said that she preferred to serve her country instead to Zell wraps a Halla passed away on June twenty-seventh seventh two thousand eleven one day after the fiftieth anniversary of Madagascar's independence. After her death local reporters described her as as mother courage. Mother of the nation.

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A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs

Dose of Leadership

10:31 min | 2 years ago

A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs

"Now. Let's join a conversation with Guy Gazelle the president and Chief Executive Producer of field station dinosaurs here on those leadership guy. Welcome the show so happy to have you here. It's great to be here. My curiosity is piqued. I have so many questions first and foremost I'm a kid I was. I guess every boy's goes to kind of girls. Go through horseface think little boys go through dinosaur phases maybe right. I was like a dinosaur fanatic. It was a freak about dinosaurs. Now we see more and more girls are into the dinosaurs in fact one of the most popular web series now is Dyno Dana. Yeah that's right. That's right. I've seen that that it had really gone out of fashion have they. They just always consistently popular yeah when I was putting my business plan together and I I was going out to investors trying to convince them to invest in a dinosaur park which is not something that exists you know really and because what I had to sell was the popularity of dinosaurs yeah and that the dinosaurs have been popular so they I sparked the imagination. You're in the eighteen eighties. They were lines around the block right to see the first dinosaurs in in London and in Philadelphia the the biggest blockbuster movie of the of the nineteen teens was was Gertie. The dinosaur which is a which is a cartoon in on the biggest blockbuster movie. The of twenty eighteen was drastic world three. I mean it's just has never has never gone down right. Why the FA- I mean I guess I guess it's intuitive who'd of why we're so fascinated with him because he seems so unreal I guess but what do you think the fascination is around. I think that they seem unreal but they were real and that's the fascination and that's what kids love about them because at an age where more and more things taken away from kids so there is no Santa Claus there is no tooth fairy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no abominable snowman but but there is this they were real. We never take the dinosaurs away from the kids and the other thing that I think that really resonates with children is they have a shaky sense of time a few days in a while two years ago seventeen million years years ago. That's all the same to a little kid but when you tell them they lived right here so here in Derby we have a you you know a tyrannosaurus which is the kind of dinosaurs that actually marine reptile that lived right here in Kansas Yeah and when you tell them they lived here right where you are that really resonates with kids. They're like Oh. This giant thing was here that I think is what's interesting you so. I oh I think back to that. When I was that age you know eight nine when I was just so every tunnel to the library has picking a book doing learn everything that could about it and this isn't the seventies and when I found out that these lived here and I remember going to one of the I guess it was called the on this fear here at the time it was used to be the old original library and they had you know those fossils of this marine animal lived here and I'm like what you know. This was an ocean just fascinating. It's interesting that you put it that way. Yeah how how okay so. How did it all start so were you fascinated with dinosaurs as a kid yeah I was? I might really really early. Earliest memory was going to the New York world's fair in the in the nineteen sixty five at the world's for ran two years but I only remember number nineteen sixty five to sixty four and they had the the very famous sinclair dinosaur exhibit and I remember that exhibit and being really fascinated with with that and you know my first my favorite book when I was a kid was Danny and the dinosaur the whole dinosaur kids still read that makes me very happy happy and if I go anywhere and I say have any of you have read this book all the kids for his hands so yes now. I did not stay a dinosaur this or fanatic I mean that was something from my childhood that that I remembered fondly search like dinosaurs went ahead kids of my own taking them to the American Museum of Natural History three to see the dinosaur bones Was You know a big highlight of of being a dad for kids that age but I came back to the dinosaurs really when I started working in the exhibit business and how do we get involved in the business. I mean were you kind of looking at your background where you you integrate drama theatre acting. That was kind of what you thought your dream. Your path was going to be yes so I worked in the theatre. My my whole career as of of playwright as stage manager I did. I did some acting I became the managing director of a theater company. I mean I sort of worked my way up what you would call a theater generalist and so I was working at a theater in Red Bank New Jersey in we've did the capital campaign and we built a brand new theater and what happened is that caught the attention of some New York theater producers they were developing. I Am Exhibit Hall in The New York Times building in Times Square and because I had years of theater experience and I had just built a brand new building just done exactly what they wanted to do and almost built from scratch an organization they hired me to come in and and develop Ben. I was the original director of Discovery Times Square so that's how I got into the exhibit business guys in the theater we're going into the exhibit business and they hired a guy from the theater to go into the exhibit business with them and it was in the exhibit business and we did. King Tut and Titanic Harry Potter we did the the largest taurine exhibits that are that are currently out there and in the exhibit business we were constantly doing testing trying to figure out what what what exhibit to bring in next and dinosaurs always scored the highest every every time we did any kind of Nielsen intesting audience testing dinosaurs came in as the thing that was going to be the most popular and it wasn't appropriate. We had fairly low ceilings. Nothing being big enough to bring in a giant dinosaur. We were doing more high end. Shows like King Tut. We did the densities girls the producers didn't I think that animatronic dinosaurs really was a good match with the Dead Sea Scrolls so I got the idea then I said yes I should somebody should go out out there and do an outdoor animatronic dinosaur exhibit in New Jersey and sort of hit me that is actually the most qualified person to do that so in what way why why well I had the exhibit experience. I've grew up in North North Jersey just outside of New York City so I knew the the area. I knew exactly what would happen. I just built a exhibit hall. I had just built a theater so I had a lot of experience launching things and building things so I don wow so. Let's hang hang on so that that nudging that you've got he say okay I'm going to we need to put this dinosaur park. In New Jersey came in a dream and a PIFF AENA calling thing on a train on a journey what if you had to look back in retrospect and evaluate why this calling you think is it because you like the excitement of creating an exhibit. Do you like the educational aspect of it. What do you what what is it So I spent twelve of my years in theater. I spent working in children's theatre. touring internationally with a theater company called the paper. APOR bag players so teaching kids entertaining kids that is something that that that I really like and and understand hand so that aspect of it is very exciting to me. and that's what we do there. I mean in addition to Amtrak dinosaurs we have over forty live chain games and shows and activities that kids participate in so it's. I really did take my my years as a theater artist and combine line that with my experience in the exhibit business and my experience in in administration and and and management and I said I'm just gonNA put these altogether and I'm just GonNa Start this dinosaur park so sitting on the train you felt this was the purpose of calling. It was so strong that you immediately jobbers is something that you ruminated marinated over for quite a while so I not a fool so I was gonNA. Just quit my job I because because I had been working in the theater and had done a capital campaign. I knew a number of people who were both philanthropists but I also knew a number RAV people who were had had done some investing in theater had done investing in Broadway shows and I went went to them and I said to this my my business partners now my business partners then my perspective business partners and explain to them the the allure of dinosaurs and why I thought this would work and I said I need some seed money. I and the seed money was enough for me to quit my job and to scout out locations and try to secure location for the park and to find out more more about the business of dinosaur park because they exist. They're not they're not as big in North America much bigger in Asia and there are many more in Europe than than here it and find where I would find these animatronic dinosaurs and what they would cost and sort of got a business plan together so those investors said yes we. We are excited by this. We think this is great. We see the good work.

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Say goodbye to iPhone 6

Talking Tech

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Say goodbye to iPhone 6

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to here are you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners apple's iphone six was insanely popular in two thousand fourteen when it was first released but now apple is essentially killing it. I'm Jefferson Graham with U._S._A.. Today you're listening to talking tech. Let me tell you all about it. Now in September apple's going to release the I._O._S.. Thirteen operating system upgrade and most apple customers will download the free software for such features as enhanced photo in video management and editing tools improved privacy controls and all new look to maps but I._O._S.. Thirteen will only work with iphones going back in time to the iphone six s which I began selling in two thousand fifteen so what to do many iphone owners who now hold onto their devices for longer periods of time I'm than they used to have a choice of self-rule other iphone models going back to the iphone seven which was released in two thousand sixteen it can be bought for four hundred fifty dollars the iphone eight six hundred dollars iphone ten not. Not currently for sale but you could pick it up at third parties like best buy Amazon for between eight hundred nine hundred the iphone ten are which is more affordable at seven hundred and fifty bucks or the top of the line iphone ten s or tenants Max Thousand Bucks or eleven hundred dollars and if not new what about used so I checked around Gazelle Amazon and Ebay looking at the iphone eight the most economical was ebay which had them priced between three hundred twenty. Five dollars and four hundred and twenty eight while Amazon had them for between three seventy two four hundred and Gazelle for four hundred four fifty. The eight is the phone that makes the most sense if you're looking to pick up an older iphone the seven is just is too old. You're going to have the same problem that people are having this year with a six and of course apple would want you to know that you need to have the latest and greatest because since the iphone six the iphones have become water resistant they are better cameras and more power. You're what about just waiting for the new model will that's. What many people do they wait for September? When apple historically releases the new editions and of course apple will tell you better camera? They're supposed to be three of them in this new iphone better power and of course just. The latest and greatest and even if you don't buy the new edition but if you wait you'll get at least one hundred dollars off the older model so if you're looking at eight you get a pretty good deal if you wait but I think if you need a phone just pick up the used one. They're clean clean their refurbished. That's what I would do. It really depends on your situation but I definitely would not buy one of anything older than an eight. What do you think listeners? What's your take on by an iphone at this time of the year? I'd love to hear from you. You look for me on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustom custom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on.

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Rhinos and Their Gamekeepers Benefit From A.I.

60-Second Science

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Rhinos and Their Gamekeepers Benefit From A.I.

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky so what is the connection between A._I.. And Renat Sarai surprisingly direct Bernard May Orson chief innovation officer at I._B._M.. A._M. he spoke recently at the Cooper Union here New York City as part of a panel discussing the intersection of artificial intelligence A._I.. Ethics and healthcare so where two rhinos come in as you know poaching rhinos is a huge problem. The ranas were sworn represents about thirty years of revenue thirty years of income to an individual in sub Saharan Africa and that is why basically if you manage to kill a rhino and get a horn the represent essentially it's like winning the lottery. Unfortunately it's not so good for the Rhino not to mention you deplete a precious species yet again and poaching as a huge issue what people don't know about a thousand Gamekeepers U._N.. Kept numbers life in two thousand fourteen have been murdered by poachers. In order to get at the animals being protected this is about humans well. How do you basically protect rhinos with a I know it's a good question? Somebody said you know being a kid who grew up in the Bronx Smyth. Oh as well you know you put a collar on the Rhino on analyze is where they are their travel patterns and the guy who ran the reserve in South Africa sort of laugh said this does not help. That's the WILGA Vanden Game Reserve back to Meyerson I said why is this well. You know with a rhino stops moving. You'll know it was dead. That's certainly not helpful. Obviously you have a better idea says yeah what you do is get a bunch of animals that are easily spooked like gazelles antelope that sort of thing and what you do is you collar them and you look at that and we thought about it so you know that's brilliant because they become sentinels else because you see when a poacher enters area that it will encounter these creatures. It's not going to encounter rhinos there by far more rare when in encounters the creatures like any other animal they spook and run where does they. I come in well. It turns out when you have these collars on them. They're really a bunch of reasons. These animals run they migrate some Leopard is trying to make lunch out of it and yes. They're spooked by you know somebody who's coming entering in a truck to go poach you have to know Oh the difference and it turns out by looking at the pattern of movements and looking at historic data we rebelled. Tell the difference between each of that using system that essentially employed machine learning to separate yep these are incidences where were running into poachers. So these incidences where actually just you know there's a lion trying to make lunch out of this parental. The bottom line is by doing that. We were able to spot the poachers when they were nowhere. Near the preserve much less on the preserve of the rhinos are and this avoids. This is the kind of conflict where people ended up dead in large numbers not just the rhinos it basically I'd is nobody dies. You don't want the poachers today. They are desperate. You don't want the rhinos to be killed. We lose this species and of course the people who are incredibly brave protecting these animals. It really was an amazing thing to us because at the end of the day it worked and that's the kind of thing where you know A._I.. You sensibly as value that no human could possibly have achieved. It's not just about healthcare where.

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"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The ones that are saying they don't they don't like, you're absolutely right. And we've highlighted those people many time on the on the show as a matter of fact, Jason floors will be on tomorrow's show. That's right. Prosperity beyond tomorrow, along with Senate majority leader, Paul gazelle and from Fox News Pete hegseth, making his regular Tuesday appearance should be very fun show. Lots to get to looting. Why California might have to shut off the lights this summer. Uh-huh. Aw too big scam. It is. Day everybody. We're back tomorrow sixty nine. Animation. From the Kris Lindahl realistic studios, cities, news, talk AM, many apples. Trade tensions escalate.

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Yelich's 14th homer helps Brewers beat Mets 8-6

Clark Howard

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Yelich's 14th homer helps Brewers beat Mets 8-6

"Yelich hits it in the air team right field. Racing back. His Conforto that all changes here yelich goes deep and the brewers lead at five zero one he is now tied for the most home runs before may first in major league history that is his fourteenth Dinger of the year in the fifth inning is the brewers. Take a five one lead to the bottom of the fifth with one out Pete Alonzo gets a basic here comes Robinson canal Woodruff's pitch ground ball to third could be to shot to second for one Arshi is the first time and the brewers turn the double play and eating is over. Second time Robinson knows involved in a double play. He had these strike them out. Throw him out earlier on brewers would add to their lead in the top of the sixth inning. Robert gazelle machine comes on to pitch I battery faces. Hey, Seuss Aguilar. He strikes out. But then Ben gambled. Doubles Lorenzo Cain lined up to the second hour of the day intentionally walked Christian yelich to get to Mike loose dacas. Basell brings home the pitch and Mushtaq is ground. Paul left side that's gonna get through into left field. Gambles around thirty is gonna try to score. No throw coming and move stock is drives in another. It's six to one brewers. Brandon Woodruff would be done after five innings. He gives up just one run on six hits junior. Garrett comes into pitch in the sixth inning throws a scoreless. Six brewers would get into a little bit of trouble though in the seventh inning. Alex Wilson comes onto pitch ipad or he faces. I'm Ed Rosario Rozario for two and hope for five the series. It's one torch right-center long run, Lorenzo Cain. Over as head. And this one is going to be gone all run for a metro sorrow and the Mets at around at sixty two next hitter. Travis d'arno pitch from Wilson ride in the left field line is headed for the corner. It's a fair ball off the wall gamble gets too quickly. Fires into second base. Here's at the tag is in time. They got Dr no not perfect draw from Ben Gammel. Yeah. They get them at second that ends up being a huge play, especially when you consider how the rest of this ending would go down. Dominic. Smith comes up as a pinch hitter. He would walk and that would end the day for Alex Wilson. Alex Claudio comes in would give up a base hit Jeff mcgeough or there's also a throwing error on the play next hitter. After that as pita Lonzo. Here's the pitch. Fly ball field. Gambled back. This ball is gone. He Alonzo homerun. Number nine and just like that. It's a one run game. Yes. Six five. So that's where Dr no being out at second really has a big role in this game in the way it was going so one run game. But the brewers would get some more insurance in the top of the eighth inning. Greece. Kamilia comes into pitch for the Mets per battery phases. Ben gamble. He walks Lorenzo Cain. Then gets Basit runners on at the corners for Christian yelich on yelich pitch chopper. First base side. It is a fair ball gambles coming home. He's gonna score yelich beats the Piat. I it's an infield single. The brewers at a run at seven five canes at second wild pitch by juries familiar. Cain would move to third after might moussaka strikes out swinging. The next hitter is yes, Monte GRANDE. All familiar throws runner. Takes office swinging about off the glove of Amelia canes, coming home. He's going to score as Grondahl is out at first base yellow pages in scoring position. Mission. It's an RBI ground for Grondahl and a huge run scores again. Eight five brewers Mets would start shipping away again though in the bottom of the eighth inning. Jeremy Jefferson comes onto pitch. The first battery faces JD Davis. He walks Brandon Nimmo than singles and the next hitter. After that is I'm Ed Rosario Jeffers throws lupin wider base hit field.

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Meet Daisy, the new Apple robot who can disassemble 200 iPhones per hour

MacBreak Weekly

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Meet Daisy, the new Apple robot who can disassemble 200 iPhones per hour

"In two thousand eighteen apple refurbished more than seven point eight million apple devices, one of the things they do is. They get the Cobol outta there. And that is of course, is very controversial part of lithium ion batteries recycling. It means fewer children in minds and things like that. So I apologize two hundred iphones in our daisy can do. That'd be nice. Maybe they can make some more daisies. Did did you hear that for the Japan Olympics? They're going to be making the metals out of recycled, latronic, and awesome. So. A new an iphone the cost you a thousand dollars or eight years of training starting at age nine it does it does. So if you're not going to Zell bringing your iphones to gazelle. I would encourage you. If you're gonna get a new iphone to recycle it through apple because that way, today's daisy will get her claws on it. That's gotta be painful to watch just seeing. Disassembly. Perfect perfectly. Good. I used to. I I used to work in a department store. And I I still have nightmares about the time where I think polaroid or somebody had this deal where bring it any camera, and we'll give you fifty dollars off like a new polaroid de seventy or whatever whatever it was. And they just had this big been in the warehouse filled with like beautiful old Nikon's and beautiful old cameras that like can I just like give you fifty dollars cash, and I just wanted to I wanted to save all these cameras for being designed. Yeah. This rave apple. Because in the one of the pictures the distributed in the press release about this. This is the conveyor belt, I guess into the guts of daisy, they do show a bent. Phone. So I don't maybe maybe the sensors didn't get a hold of that one. But there you go

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"gazelle" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Bathroom. I turn it down. I believe. Bowl body hustle Hornets. Moving. I trauma passed me. No never saw psychedelic fellas. Gazelle jealous. I'm trying to. Wow. Bobby? Jake lower. Gucci. You. Monkey? This. Chrissy. Second. A player when you're ready to. Monkey? More. Here's what's coming up. I'd answer baby. On you. Three. I wanna see you. Doc. If you're bored of crushing candy,.

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"gazelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They've traded guys at the trade deadline and for the most part what they do is. They would get back these middle relievers these young minor-league middle relievers with the hope that, hey, if they can hit on a couple of them that's great on a couple of them. Maybe one or two of them could actually develop into a pretty good reliever. That'd be a good thing. One of the guys they got back teeth today actually used in the Robbi can trait of all the guys they traded for of all the nondescript relievers, they abroad in the most impressive guy to me. And it's a low bar because I say the most impressive it's not like the guy was all world, but the most impressive guided me was drew Smith. Andrew Smith will need. Tommy John surgery heard that and that's the news out of met camp. So it's not maybe the injury you feared the most. Obviously, there's a lot of guys on that list that you fear getting hurt especially guys in that rotation. But true Smith to me had a chance to make this team and last year when he pitched he was relatively good. They got him for Lucas Duda. If you're keeping track was trying to remember, all Jim. Now, by the way, he signed with Minnesota. Ernie confirmed that because I'm just I think it's Minnesota pretty sure it's Minnesota. Okay. That's my gut. I think he's in Minnesota is bounced around the league on a fake Yankees. And Mets on Minnesota. A lot of fake Mets roster. Former invade Yankees Michael Pineda who else what other fake Mets and Yankees on the twins Therese, right? All that. Balanced, isn't he? Danny. I thought he was playing for the long ducks here. Wow. My Mets mold Mets confused, maybe. But that's bad news for Jewish Smith. Obviously just as a person he's a twenty six year old twenty five year old young pitcher. And now he's basically done for this year and probably a part of next year and the Mets are gonna need one. Nondescript guy, step up, the as is in the bullpen familiar Lugo gazelle does a four locks. Justin Wilson Luiz Avalon. We'll see about them. Maybe Hector Santiago knock orios Walt dirty sent them down. But between, you know, the Tim Peterson's and the Tyler bachelors and the Jacob rains and pulse. Ewald and Samora you'd hope one or two guys step up. But it won't be drew Smith. And that's bad news. I feel bad for him, and it stinks because he actually was the most impressive of all the relievers Ahah traded for in the last two years house right as with twins, by the way, Jordan and. Wins. Wow. Addison reed. That's right. From obviously Tyler Austin. They do have a lot of fake man Yankees. You're us now. Whereas out of baseball is he out completely tweeting. He's doing twins. You talk about a guy who just did not become what we all thought by. No. And then became a not because remember he signed that contract with Minnesota. That's why I think you thought of Phil. And the first year. He was there. I think he was good like he had a good year. In fact, look at it as numbers right now. The add Minnesota was probably his best years. A fulltime starting pitcher. He went sixteen and ten with a three five and thirty two starts through two hundred innings only two hundred innings. Bad best year signed with Minnesota. He's twenty eight years old. Wow. He's finally putting it all together except the style with the Yankees. Next year is RA goes up a full run the year after that. He only makes twelve starts has a sixty year after that sixty are a then they get rid of him. He's with the Padres last year, sixty RA. He's thirty three years old. Thirty two years old basically out of baseball right now. I think he's ready for strikeout-to-walk ratio as a starter. He had an amazing one hundred eighty six strikeouts sixteen walk and he was big they wanna series on ninety was big out of the bullpen for them. Yes us. Yes. Was out of the bullpen his best success with the Yankees was out of the bullpen. But you're right that year with Minnesota. He won as many games as he walked the old, Bret Saberhagen. Yeah. Sixteen walk it six actually won more games anymore. I think he did it was fourteen and thirteen he averaged nearly twelve strikeouts per walk that year. You're right. What happened? How does that twenty eight years old Joe? Yeah. That's the thing about patriot could happen. And that's why as much as maybe you wanna keep Zack Wheeler. You wanna give Zack Wheeler five six years? Look what happened to fill. You. Let's say the same thing is going to happen. Zack wheeler. But that's the concern about giving guys long-term deals. I do Jake because I think he special but for the most part with starting pitchers. It's it's a scary proposition. Definitely definitely is. Let's go to Steven Brooklyn. Hey, Steve, Steve. Hey, good afternoon. Guys. What's up? I wanna know like one of those days. Woke up. I'm never embarrassed to be a jet fan. It is what it is. So I I wear my stuff as bad as they may be. So there's never an embarrassment. Am I aggravated by the franchise most of the time? Yeah. But I'm not embarrassed. I am what I am. We root for some teams have been buried and barris is and it's a lot harder to root for a team. That's giving you basically very little for fifty years. Certainly hasn't won a title in fifty years. That is for Tina wins all time. No question. You know? But I also think that while I like what they've done so far. We're never going to celebrate anything in March right until they win a championship. I'm not celebrate naming. I mean, even you know, we talked so much about the Mets going after Bryce Harper you'd if they stunned us and we'd be excited, but we would not be having a parade and you've got to win right? And as a fan. That's what you're that's. That's what you're waiting for big off seasons. You're writing a win. Right. Mike and Norwalk, Mike. Hey, guys did talk to you. Again. What's up? So I kinda wanna make a point. And then ask you a question afterwards. So with. I'm definitely convinced. That Gettleman is not dropping your quarterback. I mean, if you look at it his you look at his track record with Carolina. He was known as the guy that like rip off the band aid. When it came to Steve Smith and all the other favorite players out there. So the fact that you like is still here. I think they're going all in on Eli and especially since they put Vernon for the offensive line guy. I mean, like I said they're going all in. So let me ask you this. Do you think? A hurt. You wanna goes down that you know, he didn't wanna kinda known that. He didn't wanna put the next guy over and do the honors. And you know, it's starting to look like he's got an ego and a little bit selfish. We don't know if he's been asked to do that. We don't even know we don't know that. Because what you're saying Mike is that Dave Gettleman is the one deciding to go on that's on Dave Gettleman. And if they're all into win what they do who's playing defense that his team. I mean. You don't have the same the youth Alameda. His team is a win. Now team will where is the defence my missing healthy. Don't have a say and really they'd have to a hit homerun after homerun in the draft that stumbled on right? And number two, they're going to have to with the little cap money. They have hit on free agency. And I think that's asking a lot. I don't think they're built to be an all in team. I think they're going to draft a quarterback. I really do. I just think they are. I think they are setting themselves up knowing they're not gonna win this year. Because I mean, where do you get these? If they even if they draft a big defensive player, that's one guy Joe if they're going to draft a quarterback, and they know they're not winning this year. Why would you keep Eli manning? You know to just to to to him till we get to the guys ready to play. I mean, I think that's the answer. I will say I mean, I don't know. I think that our last caller may be right that they're going for it. But I wouldn't pin that on July meaning because at the end of the day if Dave Gettleman wants to rip the bandaid off like he did he can do it has nothing to do with this up to the giants. If you're mad that Eli Manning's the quarterback of this team. They'll be mad at Eli manning be mad at the giant air making that decision. Let's go to Ryan. Sarasota, Florida Brian. How are you? Hey, guys. Thanks, man. Thank you. So I've got a question with the jets here. You know in a perfect world. They focus on the offense and get both Levy on the Senate from Denver Paradis. Shoes 'cause you know, just a finite resource between the two obviously different positions and different needs. But who would you rather have a center that I think at this point? I'd rather go with the center and continue to build the wall from Sam, and then what can the giraffe running back? I don't think that your -fensive line. Is that bad to be honest with you, I will say that. I mean, I they signed Harrison more depth than anything. But you know, I mean, you do have you got to tackles that are going to be starting shell and Beecham. You got the guy. That's how you say right from the raiders. So, you know, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know if I I think it probably will take Levy on. I that's me. And I'm not even the lyrics about signing him. I think I think I'd lean towards on. Here's the thing about Paradis. And it's judging any offense Alami to watch all the time. How do you judge the question? So I mean, I look at what pro football focus as games played. He's very good. He also missed half the year last year, but he's very good. He's. Great out is one of the better in the league. Okay. So it's it's not going, man. He's twenty nine years old. You're not signing who's thirty four. Tend to last a long time. Anyway, no doubt. So there's nothing wrong with him. And the jets have a great history of centers. It's amazing. They really do. But I think Levy Mbale at least for the next two years in the short term can make such different. I would take center. That's me. But if it's just one or the other, but I think they can get bald on I do too. But I'm just saying he's saying one or the other I would take I would take Bill. Sure. Sure. Luckily, they're in a position where might mechanic, you get both of them. We just add to what he's been able to accomplish. So far during this off season toll free number is eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we'll talk to the head coach Fairleigh Dickinson coming up after this twelve twenty. We'll get back to your calls after that. But Robert's to one..

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"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Justice, and drew our cavalcade of guests begins now. I left. Senate majority leader, Paul gazelle, kinda just kidding. In case, you get the most burning question out of the way. So where are your seats for tomorrow night's Michelle Obama bookstore, the XL energy center? The question would be uh marijuana Bill went up in smoke. Well, you know, the, you know, we didn't we didn't wanna come Radovic eight with with with that one. But good morning. Thank you. As always for for joining us. We do have a number of things we want to get to. But we did talk about that. It was number one in SAM's top five earlier this morning. Yeah. Talk a little bit about what what happened yesterday. Heavy normal process of a Bill going through committee judiciary committee was of warned liver and the crew there and they brought in experts from Colorado state that already legalize marijuana France and have the Bill on the other side. And so I'm not sure who she brought him. But then after over two hours of conversation, they decided to vote on the Bill upper down six to three so recreational marijuana debt for two years. Why why two years? The Senate Judiciary particularly have over three hundred bills that want a hearing in that Bill that committee, and I doubt that it's going to have another shot through there. I mean, I'm sure somebody could try to bring it to the floor. But the fact that they had a full hearing at debate. It makes it unlikely that that would be the same Bill would come up next year. Who was the if you're if you recall, the who came from from Colorado when was there anything that you can share with us about what they provided in terms of of data and information, I forgot the name of the guy saw the the booklet that he was bringing. I didn't. I saw it on the Senate floor before the committee hearing. I want a copy of that. Because I really want research at data to make our decisions. Right. I do know that there. There was a I think conclusive evidence that accidents were significantly up mental health development predictor hindered homeless the rate for. Correct crime. They thought that with good that didn't go down. So you laid out facts and in in the end like respecting people felt I always felt year. That it was not going to be good for Minnesota. But I wanted the process to work. Let's let people weigh in. I mean, I'm glad that the conversation is advancing. I mean, my opinion is that this is something that we will see happening on a state by state basis over time. I think the electorate certainly heading in that direction, but we're not there yet. It's a process. It takes time. It's not a huge shock. It's not a huge surprise that. It wasn't able to go through this year. Something like this. Usually takes a minimum of of a few attempts to to get legislators to educate and give people more on board and things like that. And so for those for the proponents out there, and I know we hear from from them a lot. This is not a surprise. This was expected. This is going to take some time. If this is what you're you're. You're advocating for. Yeah. And you know, you have two parties. Now. I mean, it's like I know that there is a group of folks that are definitely interested. I love the fact that we have state rights and that a one St.. Another one choose not to. And then we get we forget to look at is this product safer. You're you're right. I mean, the population continues to grow in demand, then it will have to eventually. But my hope is that people will look at some of the other states. This is. It'd be good for us. But that's that's the time will tell we know that the Bill banning the hand held cell phone use while driving has cleared the the state house committee now this is the one putting it up to your ear. Where's the one stand in in regards to the the penalties? And where is all this headed right now? The penalty. One is a few weeks behind still. I don't know where it is in the house. That's why can't say as much assurance, but it's still it's definitely moving. Is will likely? Next week or two. I don't think it's exact same as the house wants to go into conference committee as I've seen it. Now, they still actually in the Senate version, you can still hold your phone for GPS that could eventually changed. What I would. Tests be attached to the car or you can touch this for your TPS or to answer a call, whatever they. But that's the part. You know, it's not completely clear plates, definitely moving on both sides. So we've got a number of different things that are that are happening this week getting kinda default to you on which one you wanna talk about. I know we've got we've got childcare assistance audit, and re reinsurance and insurance marketplace, another is going to be some talk on the school snow days, but often we'd like to defer to you, and again, talking with Senate majority leader, Paul gazelle to what's what's sort of top of mind in what are you? What are you most concerned about and looking at? Yeah. Let's do reinsure childcare. That's a lot more information. By the time. We get to the next Tuesday. It was the way that we stabilize the private health insurance market two years ago. The governor was excited about it. Voted or or allowed to build a pass? And then later said, hey, this actually worked we companies that were literally talking about not being in every county. Minnesota and some companies talked about Poland our. I met with disaster for the whole system. Hariri brought stability. And in fact, it was way less expensive than we thought. It was. So what we have here. Mark of it actually would cover for five years until repacked the Bill that extended it to five years in the Senate, the house, the governor are delay. Nice. I they really want government run healthcare time creative that. So that is where a battle will up over the next couple of months, they I think they want it for negotiation. But in the end, it could destabilize the work. And your that's I think the wrong direction. Governor walls made some comments yesterday saying that you're reinsurance was supposed to be sort of a temporary fix not a permanent state. Are you concerned that were we're kind of at this weird tipping point right now where you've got the DFL that want to go hard in a very specific direction. And you've got the Republicans that want to try to keep it as close to its health insurance is certainly not a free market enterprise currently born and keep it close and leaning in that direction as much as possible. Where where do we go? I mean because reinsurance while it is helpful. And while it has helped stabilize the market, it really isn't a permanent fix that. Just keep doing this year after year. So where do we go from here? You know, I think is they look at it. It is the the battle Royal moment. And I I don't think a government run healthcare is going to be the solution that works that ObamaCare should have given people indication that that can be disastrous. But, but it is we still have to find solutions the private sector to drive down the cost. And there are a number of folks working on different ways in different plans to do that. And so in one sense agree that this really is a band-aid temporarily get you to a place where you can actually move towards another solution. But in my opinion, it's got the market pace market driven and not the government run. And so that's that's where the battle without a doubt is I don't think we'll solve it this year one way or the other, but that's one to pay attention to we are expecting. I believe tomorrow to to get the childcare assistance on audit a review. Of the the childcare assistance program. This is the same. Saint program that that relearned early late last year they had been defrauded of of millions of dollars. You have any expectations of what you might see in. That report early indications are that it is scathing. We have to figure out a way to to rein in some of the the government agencies that don't pay attention to this or at least start there's not enough accountability. And and I hope that this is an area that sorta like min LARs, the governor will weigh in and recognize that, hey, we we need to clean up some of these agents mismanagement issues. Lynn, LARs has just we talked about the fact that he opened up and set having a third party experts. Look into it to see if is it actually functioning the way it should that was a big step a positive step for government efficiency. And so this would be another area that will EPA report speak, and there'll be, you know, people ask a lot of questions related to it. But then it's the time to act, and if he's willing we're certainly gonna roll up your sleeves and would like to work together on cleaning up some of the the HFC issues that are just. Earlier you there. Yeah. Must be your system. It can't be my phone. I think it's I think it's Sam it's a little Sam sabotage going on in their last question for you. We've got a couple of minutes. This is the we're heading up into legislative deadlines. You know, the governor walls has released his budget, where do you what's your confidence level that that will be able to get a budget passed on the governor's desk something that he will indeed sign before the end of the session. You know, my confidence is high on that it will be messy. It always is. But the fact that we're communicating both publicly and just private phone calls. Just talking about issues is super important of the February forecast. The numbers clearly are lower. And so we're going to force you even harder that we've got to tighten her belt for government. And you know, that's where the portion give and take will be. But in the end, I do expect to get done on time. Senate majority leader Paul is. Okay. As always, man. Thank you so much for the time this morning. We'll talk to you again next week. Take care guys. Take care. Different articles here that got enough time to touch upon them. First one comes out of daily wire, the dream of the fifteen dollar minimum wage was finally realized among Amazon employees. It's fantastic news after the company cades to mounting pressure..

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"gazelle" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

Absolute Advantage

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

"Gazelle. And frankly view of a team that like is proud to stand next each other in the heavy others back and they're proud to have their logo on their hand. Or they're sure that is of. Team that will just really fight tooth and nail the make you successful. And that's what we want for all of our on. And and frankly, we want our their lives to be better. Those people go home to families, and so we can improve their life at work, and they're going to have a better personal life. And that's going to have the your point vast ripple effects across across entire psyche. Now, I absolutely love what you're saying. And it's interesting I have a question for you. And I'm sure that there are many of our listeners who come across this and through my interactions with clients they will. They're uncertain. They think they know what their culture is. So they think they have a lot of clarity around that. And then virg- sample as as were kind of diving in to get a clear understanding of their culture. So that that we can attract and help them find the talent that they need for their company and part of that processes interviewing and talking with some of their internal employees. There will often not be an alignment there between what leadership felt like, you know, or sees or perceives their culture versus the actuality of what their employees or saying. The and there's some definitely some threads that run throughout. But often we see that there isn't a complete alignment in that, and you speak to that, you know, a little bit more. And what are some of the things that we can do to start to uncover see some of those blind spots that we don't we're not recognizing right now. We're looking totally shocked by what you just said. And I can't believe that. That's the response. We usually get when we start working leadership teams like everybody knows what's going on here on the results from our our three sixty feedback engagements where like what do you think about this will? That's just who. Okay. Reeling off into the dark shaking fetal position in. Thanks. We get him out of there yet. I think that what happens a lot of times is that organizations leadership leadership within the organization has some major thing happen. And that's when they realize, oh, we're not aligned like, you know, they they in has to be something usually within the defects the organization negatively, so we're losing a lot of people. We didn't meet our targets. We have a pending discrimination lawsuit that we didn't see coming. 'cause we didn't know there was even an issue. I think that in order to get past that so that organizations like ours in like, yours don't have to be helping these people in crisis mode is leaders have to really decide they wanna know what's going on in the organization. Once you decide that you really wanna know what's going on a new organization, it makes it a lot easier to open your eyes to. Things that are happening that you wish weren't surveys employee engagement surveys are great if you do them, right. My my hazard or my caution would be don't hire some consultant to do a four hundred ninety seven question survey 'cause you'll you'll have so much information. You won't even that is a bad use of big data..

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"gazelle" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on WTVN

"You know, what's ironic about Alexandrio gazelle Goodell's as she sitting here discussing in the sound bite this she's discussing New York. Are we comfortable with any society where someone can have a personal pay while his city is experiencing a highest rates that people experience homelessness since the great depression shirt? Those today's same time where do that the communists are running New York City. What does she think de Blasio is blase oh is not Mr. capitalist? He's not John gold out there. This guy is a descendant of some of the greatest, socialists and communists in the world. And leading the league in homelessness, and they're leaving the league and income disparity and inequality they are leading the league in failing infrastructure. They lead the league and traffic close tie there with Los Angeles. I mean, she can't point. This is the crazy thing the places that have implemented. Her utopian dream, ideas are disaster areas. She lives in one of them. And she's out criticizing a place that's been run by leftist for I don't know. How long? It's how somebody like this ends up being presented to the people of the nation as a role model somebody that we should all aspire to being is just mystifying. It it. It really is. There's nothing to learn from her. There is nothing. She's done yet. That would make you. I wanna be except she's famous, and that's what's so many young people want to be is famous for everybody didn't know them and so forth. And.

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"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We moving in the direction of decriminalization of the electorate is moving in the in the direction of of legalization. And I do think that you know, and not just Republicans having any any politician is gonna find themselves on the wrong side of this issue sooner rather than later, if they if they don't start working towards it. The electorate is usually, you know, several years ahead of legislative bodies of politicians and the electorate is in a place right now. I think broadly speaking where we're by and large they are in favor of it. And they are moving more and more in that direction and for Republicans specifically. Yeah, it's a liberty issue. Yeah. I I tend to agree. I'm I'm I want to have the conversations especially when it comes to potency. I think those things I think those things matter doesn't come without its problems. Sure. And and Paul gazelle co decided to we've got data available from the states that have that have made it legal I will air on the side of liberty. But I'll also say too that the it's word this is why we go through the process and. I think it's going to be is going to be who've the GOP at some point to begin looking at this from okay. Let's just let's do the best. We can in terms of re turns of regulating it turns potency, let's make sure we air out to all the conversations pro and con, but it's going to happen. I in my head. We agree. It's just inevitable. I would like to see the GOP lead on this issue. But that hasn't happened. I'm not confident of that will. That it will happen. Let's go to Jack in Wisconsin. Good morning. Jack. Hey, hey. Sorry driving. I've had to be careful longtime pot user, and I've always it for recreational use. Wrinkly broke my ankle found out medicinal uses of it. Opioids the pills that the doctor gave me they didn't work..

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"gazelle" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on Mac Power Users

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"gazelle" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Journal down on mobile. Today's Jagna Joe needs to Donna. Doupion john. What do you mean on? You with our choosing to know them equality are pushing away what boy pushing wing Tai, which is she qualified sound. Gazelle Waco project, John aborting times in the mail. You think shoe giant you? Would you? We're Boito bay team or can had do to Georgia. To go home. Shona chunk. Todd doesn't hydro tradition. Yeah. Just to Doria senior Doria Salvadorian fame. Kufa bully out. My your the. Then you should see old no matter tendon should be allowed young show and she wants to donate to them now all Notre Dame. But to trooper take quarter to nine. Eighteen ninety Utah. Which is referred to each holiday. What? To John shoe shining. Obama function. Tasha hotels shore. Down Oregon shawnee on hind deviancy should unsure what go or it's January or should. Yes. Sure. We're gonna show worth when I had the whole image. Logon for other gentlemen, behalf. Either Delco financial social hi should tell me why. I just sound dish about Shelley. Social thought. Thank god. Enticing to non in the fatal abalta sound shore. Kylo idioms sound. Lien fun. Immediately and the digital team without a tight shareholder. John Paul the gym can't you should on you now twenty. Okay..

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"gazelle" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"gazelle" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"How do I stop backsliding and spending my emergency fund on things that are not emergencies? And most of all my debt snowball. I'm so gazelle intense that it's challenging to see that thousand dollars sitting there and not use it on baby step two to pay off ankle biters faster. How do I hold off on the excitement and refrain from touching my emergency fund? Well, here's the thing. It's just an act of will your emotions don't control view, you control your emotions be grown up. And so you just get to decide you gotta look at it and go listen wisdom says we need a little bit of money thousand dollars is not much money. And a thousand dollars is not going to cause you to build wealth or get out of debt, but it is going to cause you to fall off the wagon and mess up your system, if you have a four hundred dollar expenditure pop up, and you don't have it in the budget. If your alternator goes on on your car, and it's five hundred bucks, and you don't have the money. And now you go put that on a credit card. You're gonna lose more emotional momentum than your gain by cheating and borrowing the thousand dollars borrowing your own thousand dollars and throwing it at the debt snowball and. Far spending on things that are not emergencies. That's the opposite of gazelle intense. It just means you're just spending money. Now. If you're having things come up in your budget, sometimes people aren't budgeting. Well, and so things that shouldn't be emergencies. Become emergencies. You're leaving things out of your budget that are going to happen. And you have to put those things in your budget. I mean don't be shocked that the kids are going back to school in August or the Christmas is in December. They don't move it. It's not an emergency. It's a predictable event tires. Don't suddenly wear out on your car. So these are things that are predictable. You just watch these things and get ready for them you budget for them. And there's this should not be emergencies emergencies or unexpected events. And there's some things that you're, you know, as you get better at budgeting, your wisdom is going to lead you to expect and you're gonna get that covered. Well, folks, it doesn't matter. What year it is? Or what's going on in the world, something that's always in the top five New Year's resolutions is just.

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Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

"Row for k d in the fourth quarter he ends up with 37 points eleven rebounds and this is according to warriors pr this is a six thirty point and rebound game of the year and he had fifteen of those 37 points in the final seven minutes i saw good tweet from on the warriors outsiders cameras a grant or driven goes drew it said people actually said that kevin durant to the wears is a bad idea could you imagine i mean it's going to disrupt the chemistry it's not get a word give me a break and you know we've now had katie here in the bay area for coming up on two seasons now and in a while is appreciated what he was able to do in oklahoma city to watch his game evolve here and golden state to watch the way he spaces out the floor to watch him use his size and his athleticism and that long stride that gazelle like stride to his advantage and he's such a factor on both ends of the floor matter of fact 2 blocks tonight for kd new career high for blocks hundred and six on the year his previous was 105 back in 2012 and that block on bertrand's where he came back and and honored him down i reach we did that at ryan kobe that's the it's the the camera shot from behind the goal and so you just see kd and mike foale predator mode hunting down bird transit just gobbling up so good to see and nice to see kevin durant stepping up in in staffs absence and picking up the w because you know it's a shorthanded crude night spurs or a desperate basketball team and you know a great popovich team is always going to play its off so for the warriors to kinda rally in the fourth quarter yeah this is a game they should win but no way guo dhaleh no curry for 46 minutes in this game no david west you still without jordan bell no patrick mccaw so this is just a good win man and.

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