35 Burst results for "Georgie"

Eric Describes His Hellish Christmas Travels

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last month

Eric Describes His Hellish Christmas Travels

"Flying Delta and it's finally time to go home from our vacation. It's December 23rd. We're going to get back to New York. We can have Christmas. And of course, we get to the airport and Delta says, oh, we don't have a pilot. Now, I don't know if you realize that, but not having a pilot could be a problem if you're going to take a plane home. It's a jetliner. Typically, without a pilot, not much is going to happen. So there's no pilot. Delta, delta, right? So and you'll remember I just achieved million miler status on Delta. So anyway, there's no pilot. So we're thinking, now what? We're stuck in the Salt Lake City airport. There's no pilot. They don't tell you when they're going to have a pilot. We're just hanging out. How long are we going to have to wait? So on and on and on, finally, they get a pilot. I'm thrilled. We get on the plane, the plane takes off, we flight in New York. We land at JFK. We're only about an hour and a half later than we thought. Little Georgie is home alone. She was dropped off. She's waiting for her family. So the plane lands at JFK, and then they tell us, guess what they tell us. Can you guess? Now what, what? We're sorry. We don't have a gate. We have to sit on the tarmac now. We flew across the country, but now everyone has to sit on the plane and you can't use the bathroom and just sit there because we're waiting for a gate delta at JFK. So it was supposed to be about 15 minutes delay. It was an hour and a half. Before they found a gate for the plane to go to.

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"georgie" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Was a night I won't forget. At MLS on Twitter, are you mentioning my gear beating an early in the show? He's a social guy for us. He was up to up close and personal with Gonzalez. If you want to see what those last moments, the moments after the final whistle felt like, unless Twitter has those really, really good footage there. Montreal Orlando tuo from Montreal, it took a while, but Montreal always looked like the team that was going to come out on top. They just had to find the space, the opportunity, the moment to sort of string those passes together and up the tempo to get through that Orlando defense. We talked about is Malcolm, what a finish from him, what a little deke from Georgie mihailovic coming into the box, like, hey, I'm opening up my hips, I'm going back post Antonio Carlos. Collapse just a little bit, just enough. Slides it to kone. Goal there, of course, Georgie gets one from the spot, enjoy these guys while you can. Georgie's gone, kone, gotta believe that he's gone in the off season as well. I thought it was a frustrating performance. And I actually thought Montreal was underwhelming for much of the game. Being in the Bill. Every time they were able to get into space or skip a pass or break a line, they slowed up and let Orlando recover. They weren't taking risks. When Yama wasn't turning up field at all, which isn't really his game, but it reaches a point when you play along San piet. Georgie didn't take anyone on one V one until that moment. And I think credit to non say to not panic, he moves piet out wide to open up a little more space for Georgie, credit to Georgie, Kai and kone for reading the moment. And that's why they're dangerous because they can not play at their best, but it was a little underwhelming underwhelming that they didn't play their soccer as dangerously as they could through much of this stretch, but Orlando wasn't there to try and play. And so they kept them in it. First, first playoff win for Montreal since 2016. It's been a while. It's been a long time. Like 5 years or something. And now they've won 5 straight, it starts to puto. They're going to be at statuto again, of course, in New York City in town. I just want to say the interview you did with wolford nuns, wonderful the jacket. I started being academy, coaching position, but now I'm here. He is, he's a vibe. He's a vibe. He's great. You can see how easy it is to play for him. Like the way he explains the game makes you want to play for him. And then it just feels like he has that personal connection with so many of these players. I spent a lot of time last night watching watching that Dallas Minnesota game just thinking like, man, what would will for Nazi deal with a player like Emmanuel right now? That guy looked like in Minnesota. Montreal, rather. I thought this was the most straightforward.

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"georgie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here, let's Mongo santeria and yes, that is the original. Yeah, yeah. I know. You thought it was Georgie fame. No, Georgie fame, a year later, got some words to it that we'll talk about when we play that and I will play it next as Fran wanted to hear it. But I thought we should go with the original first and mago Santa Maria. Cuban zone and that was the original and as far as I know it didn't chart, but who knows? I guess I could look it up. I did not bother. It was on battle. And battle was an interesting story. Joe battle in Detroit was quite the record man. And originally had JV JVB records for Joe van battle. Van was nowhere in his name, but he thought it sounded classy. So yeah, and after a while, he changed JVB into battle. But he did a lot of independent production in Detroit back in the 50s. Anyway, Rogers grant and pat Patrick wrote it and Mongo Santa Maria recorded it and nobody was the wiser until Georgie fame brought it back with lyrics thanks to John Hendricks. So 888-876-5593 we were talking about radio with Rick and this is the passing of blau remains rest in peace Lowry 87 years old and in some ways a very unlikely fellow and in other ways maybe not unlikely at all since his background was financed. But to me, there is a very simple equation and that is, if your lone payments are greater than the amount of money you could possibly earn, even if you had no expenses, this is like hitting control alternate delete. This doesn't work. And literally, that's what happened, as you know, Rick and when you ask about, why do they operate stations this way or that way? You really are talking about people who are treading water and have no idea what to do. You know, the reason they changed clear channel to iHeart, they wanted to say, well, we're not a radio company. We're an Internet company or what have you. And on and on, they're looking for the Holy Grail. They're looking for whatever will get them out of this mess and the only reason that nobody has come in in foreclosed on all these companies is very simple and that's that there's no greater fool. There's no one else who could operate it at this rate. And so therefore anything they do to close it down would cause a lot of people lenders to lose a lot of money. Gotcha. And I noticed that they had been trying to more and more, along with Odyssey, getting people to get more onto the Internet and promoting their streaming stations and along with their podcasts and trying to sell those. I noticed that they are doing a lot of promotion and I guess just the a.m. and even the FM is just there for those who are going to be the longer posted. You know, this goes back to, of course, when dot com was everything before the big dot com bust. You kind of think that you'll interest people in this in this technology. But when it really push comes to shove, let's look at the available dollars and what you could possibly get now. What do you have to pay for your debt service and what do you have to pay for minimal expenses? Not even going out and doing whole hard full service. And the dollars just don't add up. Well, there's so much out there. I mean, that's why I don't know why the FCC or I mean lets him turn in their licenses more easier. I mean, just actually, if you could just redo the realign the whole a.m. band because it's suffering it sounds like it's been it's on painkillers and it sounds like it was a bad date over the cell phone companies if you can do something on that frequency in the medium wave. Could you possibly, but is that likely no, the reality right now is, yes, you can easily turn in the license, but you're basically not going to get anything for it. And of course, if you're talking about trying to sell the station, if it's a stand-alone a.m., you can't get financing. So you got limited opportunities there. And since in today's technology, it doesn't really cost you a dime to operate in that explains why you're hearing what you hear. It just sits there while they look for plan B elusive plan B and that's what it's been sounded like over and over doesn't matter if they go talk or even the satellite distributed oldies or country classic. I mean, it's just sounds like it's in a past misery. The good old days. They can't afford to do anything else with it. The only person who could is a hobbyist who doesn't have debt service. So of course, you're hearing the results of what over leveraged gets you. Well, I mean, I just felt, you know, when you

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Judith Durham, Australia's folk music icon, dies at 79

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Judith Durham, Australia's folk music icon, dies at 79

"Singer Judith Durham of the seekers has died of complications from lung disease in Melbourne Australia according to her music label she was 79 I'm Margie sarla with the latest Judith Durham and the seekers were the first Australian band to make it big in the U.S. their hits include I'll never find another you Georgie girl and a world of our own Durham joined the seekers in 1963 She left in 1968 to go solo but returned in the 1990s The rest of the seekers say their lives have been changed forever by losing their lifelong friend and shining star

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'Biden Went Down to Georgia, He Was Looking for Some Votes to Steal'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

'Biden Went Down to Georgia, He Was Looking for Some Votes to Steal'

"This will probably put a smile on your face. I love this. This is courtesy of the great Mark Davis. Morning host and my dear friend on 6 60 a.m. the answer in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. Biden went down to Georgie, he was looking for some votes to steal. He's in a band as parties way behind he's looking to cut some deals. He expected Stacey Abrams in an atmosphere that's hot. But when they asked if she'd show up, she said, boy, I think that. I guess you didn't know it, but you and Kamala are through. And if you care to take a look, you'd see we're done with you. Now we've played second fiddle, but it's time for something new. The squad and I, riding high, we're coming after you. Joe said girl, I hear you and it might be a sin, but I'll take a nap. I don't give a crap. I don't think that I can win. Biden tried the same old lies it's getting pretty hard. His last fight in Georgia in the public getting tarred. He says secure elections are a cancer on our soul, but we know it ain't Jim Crow two. Love that. Great work by Mark. And we've offering that little parody song to you franchise if you want to have it on your phone or share it with somebody. You can just text the keyword devil to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. We'll send you back the link and you can enjoy

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George Stephanopoulos Has Selective Memory That Democrats Aren't Violent

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 1 year ago

George Stephanopoulos Has Selective Memory That Democrats Aren't Violent

"On ABC's very weak Sunday show He's talking about how well let's hear for ourselves Cut 9 go I mean this is purely in the Republican camp The reality is is even the polls suggested the Democrats agree that this was not about democracies It's not ruining democracy not protecting it 25% of Democrats said violence was acceptable in that poll in 2017 a third of Hillary Clinton voters said Donald Trump was not legitimately elected Your thing is just the same kind of actions that we and everybody's pointed out Oh yes they did They rioted at the inauguration Of Donald Trump Burned cars broke windows beat cops They did take action But Georgie has a selective memory as we know as does yvette Simpson whoever the hell that is CEO of democracy for America Because we all know Democrats are not violent whether it's the weather underground In the 1960s blowing up the capitol building The Pentagon the State Department then making another run at the capitol building with another bomb Whether it's Black Lives Matter and antifa in the NBA and the NFL in the corporation in America all supporting effectively celebrating the riots that took place that summer not long ago two summers ago with all the damage to death in the mayhem But Democrats are not violent ladies and gentlemen Of course if I may say and I will it's my show The tens of millions of abortions They're not violent in the least We did that to dogs that were having puppies People would be arrested But hey what do I

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"georgie" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"Hey, welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy raz. So when author Jo Cohen decided that he wanted to write a book about talking to strangers, he started by tracking down psychologists who study that sort of thing. And he discovered a seminar in London called trigger conversations. Run by a self described introvert named Georgie nightingale. And I got in touch with Georgie and she was like, you know, I'm doing a class on talking to strangers and I was like, I'm buying a plane ticket to London, like I hope you have a chair for me. So I went to London and it was great because she's very she's very, very intelligent. She's a good teacher. She's a very good communicator, but she's also she identifies as an introvert, which is interesting because you would think that anyone was going to teach strangers how to talk to strangers was going to have to be an extrovert. They're going to have to come naturally to this? Yeah. But it struck me as what they say about tennis coaches, how great tennis players make bad tennis coaches? It's because it comes naturally to them. They can't articulate what they're doing necessarily. But a mediocre tennis player has to understand every single every single moving part of the game of tennis in order to be capable at it. Yeah. So for Georgie saying that she's not naturally extroverted, it allowed her to really dig in to all the different facets of what might seem to be an uncomplicated interaction. And so that makes her a really good teacher because she gets into everything from our anxiety about it. The structure of a conversation eye contact, all these different things. And so taking the class was really invaluable. And so clearly it's people who are trying to improve themselves, right? And get better at doing this for a variety of reasons whether in the business context or just like to live a more fulfilling life. And how does she start? How does Georgie start? How do you begin to teach? Because I'm a professional interviewer, right? This is what I do. And I've been in this profession in some form for 25 years. And I hate small talk. I really do. And so I identify with Georgie being an introvert and I'm curious, how does she teach it? What does she say? It is a lot of training us away from bad habits. So we would start with just talking about how the prospect of talking to strangers makes us feel that we feel anxious and we feel it in our bodies, that sort of thing, like, really getting to those hangups because people have a lot. There's a lot of inhibitions. There are a lot of things that keep us from doing this. And then we move to eye contact, which Gillian sands from the psychologist talk about this, but she realized at a certain point. And this was like an epiphany for her career, that she just didn't look at anyone anymore. She lived in Toronto when she looked at the ground. And then she looked around and she said, everyone's looking at the ground. This is really weird for a social species to do this. And so she started looking people in the eye and it kind of opened up her whole avenues of research for them. So we start by looking at each other in the eye for a long time, which was super awkward, right? Because you don't know the people. And I'm quite lagged. And so we just do it. You do it for like a whole minute. And you look at each other and she was just like, how does it make you feel when you do this and for all of us, it felt super weird. So she's like, we're going to do it until it doesn't feel weird anymore. And you're going to get comfortable with it, because you can't have a conversation without looking someone in the eye. We worked on things that had nothing to do with talking. So that was kind of the genius of this too, is that the key to talking to strangers is listening and noticing. So we would listen to each other. And Georgie kind of taught us about listing, how you listen on different levels. And the right level you want to listen to is a level where you're not listening for something you're interested in. And we really have to train ourselves away from doing this. But to not do the thing where someone is talking about something and they're just kind of going and then you're like, oh, baseball, I like baseball and then you just talk about yourself for 45 minutes. I have definitely been guilty of that in the past. But to train yourself away from looking for a thing that you can talk about is super important to relinquish control of the conversation is really uncomfortable and really important. So the goal to Georgie and for the class was to let the person get to the point that they want to get to. And they might not even be able to articulate it. You can help them articulate it by asking good questions. But not leading them, not interrogating them, just asking why is that? What did you hope to gain from that experience? Who are you? Those sorts of things. Like real journalism one O one questions. As we go through it, Georgie keeps asking, how do we feel? How do our bodies feel when we're doing this? And it was very uncomfortable. It feels really unnatural to do it. You feel really vulnerable. You feel maybe kind of embarrassed. But then going from there to getting into questions to getting into openers to getting into ways to get around the social norm against talking to strangers, and it just becomes more and more advanced as you go. But it was great for me because it permitted me to rebuild myself from scratch, which is what I wanted for this. I wanted to be the mediocre tennis player who became the tennis coach. I wanted to be able to articulate every single part of this interaction and really understand all the things that make it valuable, but all the things that make it dauntingly difficult for people. You know, what's your describing sense so helpful? Because who breaks down interactions like this, but I mean, there is a such a fine line between coming across like being genuinely interested in someone and, you know, being creepy or like being annoying or being intrusive, like the nuance is just hard to wrap my head around. And the prospect of getting it wrong is just mortifying. So how do you train for that? Yeah. It's really true and I'll say vehemently guy that I am not encouraging anyone to become the person who buttonholes someone on a bus and talk to them for three hours. Completely impervious to those signals they're getting. You have to be very literate. You have to be emotionally literate. You have to learn to read body language really well. And you have to be respectful. Because people are going to be wary. When you come up to someone, they're going to be a little wary of you. They might think that you're actually a threat. They might think that you're trying to sell them something or this is some social media player or something gross. The best way to demonstrate that it's not any of those things is to be curious to be respectful to keep your distance to don't touch them or get too close or anything like that. Do it in public when it's well lit and there are people around. So they don't feel like they might be in physical threat. But a big thing that Georgie taught me was, because you're breaking a social norm, a great way to do it is to just say that you're aware that you're breaking a social norm. So what one of Georgie's great insights was, if you're going to talk to someone on the subway, number one, notice something. Don't just start talking to someone randomly. You want to notice something about them or something that might be interesting or something that you might have a comment about. Respectful, of course. But then say, look, I know we're not supposed to talk to people on the subway, but can I ask you a question? Or can I make an observation or something like that? Just to show sufficiently in possession of your faculties to know that you're doing something that's unusual. People find it kind of audacious. They can find it kind of charming, but it'll at least buy you a second. It'll buy you a second to ask your question or make your statement. And then from there, you can just let it go. Depending on what you're talking about or what you're asking, you just follow the conversation, you let the person talk. Try a little bit if they're really not in the mood then just say thank you. I apologize and back away. But I found I was rejected almost never. You know, I'm also interested in the research data around the benefits of talking to strangers. Because the conclusion of your book is not like, hey, you do this fun thing. It's kind of quirky. You know, I mean, what you're saying is that there's also real data that backs up the argument that we should be talking to strangers. Yeah, yeah. This has been demonstrated in research by ethylene schroder, but mainly by Gillian sands from the university of Essex who has done tons of work on this. People who talk to strangers, number one, go in very pessimistic about how it's going to go. So their expectations are very low. It's not a high bar to clear, and the bar is always cleared. People tend to really enjoy it and find it surprisingly pleasant. Enjoyable and maybe life affirming, maybe enriching in some way. But Samsung and epley and Schroeder have found at least the people who did these studies who participated in these studies. They came back and they've reported that they felt happier. They felt more connected to the places where they live and the people that they live among. They might have felt more trusting. They might have felt more optimistic about humanity just by virtue of having like a pleasant interaction with one stranger. We've seen that talking to strangers and these can even be passing interactions. It can alleviate feelings of loneliness, which is really important because right now loneliness.

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Suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi arrested

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi arrested

"A a judicial judicial official official in in France France as as a a suspect suspect in in the the killing killing of of Saudi Saudi journalist journalist Jamal Jamal Khashoggi Khashoggi has has been been arrested arrested in in France France RTL RTL in in France France reports reports the the Saudi Saudi suspect suspect elite elite eight eight allocate allocate B. B. was was arrested arrested at at Charles Charles de de Gaulle Gaulle airport airport near near Paris Paris as as he he was was trying trying to to board board a a flight flight to to Riyadh Riyadh he he was was one one of of over over a a dozen dozen Saudi Saudi officials officials sanctioned sanctioned by by the the US US treasury treasury in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen over over because because Georgie's Georgie's killing killing and and dismemberment dismemberment at at the the Saudi Saudi consulate consulate in in Istanbul Istanbul Turkey Turkey showed showed he he was was a a prominent prominent critic critic of of the the Saudi Saudi government government and and worked worked for for The The Washington Washington Post Post Saudi Saudi Arabia Arabia held held a a trial trial for for some some of of those those involved involved in in the the killing killing sentencing sentencing five five to to death death before before sparing sparing them them of of execution execution I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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"georgie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Time is it? I'd love to tell you. It's time for my minute with Leah and Avery and Georgie. Hit it. Hi, cip YD family. Leah here with my son Avery to tell you about Georgie. Georgie spent his first 6 months living with his therapy dog trainer before coming to us. He's now 14 months and about 20 pounds. Georgie is an all black mini labradoodle, but once we had him trimmed to a short summer cut, we discovered that his leggy self is also part lamb horse on stilts. This kid can run like the wind. He loves fetch and will even play it by himself using loyal ball and a staircase. He's so soft and offers his potent snuggles to anyone around him, seeming to send who needs it most. Georgie, who also answers to George's Georgia couple bubble, bagel and doof noodle has recently started learning to use speech buttons. You can follow him on Instagram at Georgie underscore labradoodle. And time. I know. I can't. Oh no. Okay. All right. They promised me to tears that one. I know and something so cute. It's so sweet that your eyes are just like, well, I can't. You can try to handle it, but I'm just gonna overflow. Oh my God. Avery's voice came on. I was like, oh. Okay, well, Leah Avery. Obviously, a tier worthy home run. He got into the dog. No. And also nothing sad happened. It's just nice. It's just so sweet. And so the teamwork, here's what I think it did. She started out with CIP, ID family. So instantly, I was just like, yeah, that is what we are. We are a family. Okay. Yeah, okay. I got it. Pull myself together. Yeah, okay. Many black labradoodle. Is that what I was supposed to believe so? Okay, now obviously I'm going to go to this Instagram. The fact that Georgie can play fetch. That by using a staircase in a ball? That was also my favorite detail. I was like, this is extremely cute. Absolutely brilliant. I do want to see the photos of what happened after that grooming session. It sounds like sounds like we got some games for days on George Scott. Oh, crown would be so envious. Also, yeah, yeah. A button user, you know? It's all the range. It's all the rage. Thank God they didn't bring the buttons into the mix because if I was already at tears and then georgy press that I love you button. No. We made pause the show. And on the show, technical difficulties. Yes. The host can't speak due to a lump in her throat. Yes, they are. The lumps on their face have solidified and like no on the top. Just full milk balls. Oh gosh, okay, well, listen, if you want to bring me to tears, Alexis, if another family is out there and they're just like, you wanna see teamwork? You wanna see teamwork? Yeah. We'll get ready. What do they do? If you can get your dog to put together their own mind minute using buttons, I'll give you a $100. Okay. Yes, if you have a teamwork minute to send in all you got to do is record it on your phone or your computer or whatever, according to the fact you have. And then email it to us at can I pet your dog podcast at Gmail dot com and then we'll play it on the show. Sure. Our email halfway through saying it. Yeah, I did, but you covered. I saw you covered and you did it. It's a title of the show and then podcast at the end. It's also too long. I should have done CIP ID, but we didn't. No. I like the message. And I like that we had podcast in there. And I'm not sure we needed to, but I like that it's clear. Just in case. Just in case. Yeah. Okay, that's why we don't put me in charge with setting up a show. I need supervision. I like that. Here we are. Well, manolo, we have a show to promote. It's called after game show. It's a family friendly podcast where listeners submit games and we play them with colors from around the world. No, sounds good. New episodes happen every other Wednesday on maximum fun dot org. It's a, it's a fast and loose oasis.

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Embiid, Curry lead short-handed 76ers past DeRozan, Bulls

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Embiid, Curry lead short-handed 76ers past DeRozan, Bulls

"Joe well indeed had eighteen points nine rebounds and seven assists in his return to the lineup guiding the seventy Sixers to a one oh three ninety eight victory over the bulls Seth curry scored twenty two and hit a crucial jumper late after Chicago arrays to twelve point fourth quarter deficit even a simple men's means trying to tack on a ball and it was out of not my job to just moving on to the next person Georgie hang added eighteen points for the seventy Sixers who have won four in a row despite playing without Tobias Harris Danny green and Ben Simmons the bulls fell to six into despite the martyr Rosen's game high thirty seven points Zach lavine's scored twenty seven for Chicago I'm Dave Ferrie

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"georgie" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You like Georgie poo? Okay, You see their producer George, A a You know, just find out a lot about these power Potter's tonight and it's I don't know if it's all good news or not, but interesting that you're over here. You're bringing up Google tips. You know that That was your story. That was your limit is your this is what you wanted to do Hard. This is what this is. What you think is what the city of Atlanta the city of Athens needs is the scared. I'm taking a stance and saying Yes, I think it is, Uh, Are you even using that, you know, are going to put that stance and quotes to make sure that it's that stands out. I absolutely am now because I've read this story and given it and conveyed it to all of our listeners right now. Basically, the moral of that story is that people have become so dumb that they don't know how to search things anymore. So we have to simplify it for you because we're so used to things auto filling and Google. Honestly, I I know I sound kind of like a conspiracy theories. I don't use Google item are just being honestly probably more, probably more than usual and also, uh, duck Duck duck, go. No, I wouldn't say that girl. I wouldn't say believe it or not, You say what you say what you want. You know you guys can judge all you want You like all right all the time. But I will say this being as a search engine and this is not an advertisement here. Being as a search engine has gotten a lot better, and it's because they they've they've changed their Web browser Microsoft edge now, so it's It's got a lot better. For finding things in the House of Google's loaded with ads radio. Is that what you want? You want to ignore the ad science? It's that only bothering using bank is just beneath me. Sorry. I'm not going. Oh, it's beneath you so old and ancient doesn't sound cool..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Just run it by and why not let them be part of the process. Aaron rodgers is if he's part of the process and they convinced him. You know like we go now. Listen i can. I can i me and geordie. Georgie may not have it for everybody else. But me and georgie. We're locked in here. it's just a different level. They're his speed. May not be what it used to be. Coming off the acl me and jordi. It's a different different connection and like look. It's just not gonna work if jordi gets cut. There's only two things that can happen in both are bad either. Aaron rodgers still ticked at the front office for not listening to him. You listen to me. But she didn't validate what i said. You didn't hold on him or jordy. Nelson says like dude aaron rodgers. You couldn't have my back. You know i tried to save. You know the second one of your friends gets cut and your seen as one of the bosses. Guess what they're not anymore. Now you friends you walk into saints. Walk into the patriots. What does it say. Do your job what you say. Make perfect sense like look. I know this place. I know who works hard. I know who brings energy. I know all of this great. I've a podcast it's gonna tomorrow. It's with a guy..

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"georgie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For Lex, Dawn and Kenny. It's good to have you back, Jace. Oh, I couldn't wait to get on the air today just to try to make you guys laugh because so many cute little things happen. Um, we're going to pause at some point today because the primetime Emmy nominations are coming out and all I want to know is how many awards was Jean Smart nominated for? That's really what they when from multiple shows? Yes, that's that's really what they should call the Emmys this year, so we'll bring that to you as soon as those pop up Okay, so we're doing pick your story, and I've named uh, my vacation stories and the team gets to choose their own adventure. Dawn was up next, and she chose a story. That I called. The whole um so We are now at a party for a guy that we've befriended over the years at the Royal Hawaiian, uh, bar called the Mai Tai Bar Right on the ocean. We are at a party for another regular Georgie who? It was his birthday and he was kind enough to invite Colin and me to this party. It was our final night, also in Waikiki, and we kept joking that Georgie through this party for us, um so we're at this and and there's a gob of God's gobs of people there because George is very popular. And this woman is kind of sharking her way around the party, and she seems to know everyone. And you know, Colin and I are are professional people watchers. I mean, you know there's nothing better than people watching. And that's all I'm doing, really? And I look and, uh, I look over to our friend Susan and Susan says to us, um You may want to avoid her. And ice Now, right, then you start to get curious. No now, like Don said it makes me want immediately. What now? It makes me it makes me want to go. Yeah, it makes you want to go close to the fire. You know what I mean? When you tell a kid Don't go in that room. You want to go in that room? Yeah, And I said, why Susan and she goes well. She's been coming here for years. And she's obsessed with Chihuahuas. Oh, okay. I mean, fine. And what she does is Oh, no, this story is called Butthole. Remember what the whole she finds to wa was like all over Waikiki. And, like, abandon, or whatever, just running around. Are there a lot of like, What is this Missouri feeling on? Just love it. Please. This is happening. Yeah, I don't know their roosters all over y g. I guess. I guess they're right. I guess there is an abundance of Chihuahua was just walking around Perfect. What? So what she does is She puts the Chihuahuas in her giant purse. Okay, and she claims to them. Oh, sometimes and she comes to the bar and she'll start befriending. She'll start befriending the guests. And all of a sudden, Susan says. Inevitably, Susan always knows where these conversations go. She'll start talking to the guest and all of a sudden she opens up her purse and start showing off the Chihuahuas in her purse. Wow. So they call her the Chihuahua lady and I'm like, Oh, God. Oh, no. No. Now why are you telling me this? Because now all I want to do Yeah, No. Well, now I want to avoid her because I don't want to get caught in a corner because Susan said she will talk to you for two hours. About her Chihuahua. Oh, she needs some cows know she's no, No, she's first name is she's not stealing people's. Yeah, Let me be clear because you know how that stories are. Let me be clear because I don't want the emails. This is she is fine. There's nothing wrong with her. She just loves Chihuahuas, and I shouldn't even say there's something wrong with her. She's but she has a great She has a great but anyway, she's fine. I would never make fun of someone that was at any type of disadvantage. She just loves Chihuahuas. And when she finds him, she just put them in her purse. And she will talk your ear off about her dogs. And Susan said the only way her kryptonite is when you bring up your own when you bring up if you have a no, no. You have to bring up your Chihuahua. And then that shuts her down like then she doesn't. She just wants to talk about her Chihuahuas. She hasn't threatened. She doesn't like she wants the attention focused on her Chihuahuas. So I start avoiding her. Because now I've had I have no problem saying I've may have had four cocktails at this point. This is our final night. And when my friend Chihuahua right now in my head, so so about an hour goes by after Susan tells me the story, and I think I forget about Chihuahua, lady. Oh, and all of a sudden I'm my back is to one area of the bar and Colin is facing me and all I see is Colin mouthing mouthing to me. Behind you. And I went white and he goes behind you don't turn around, and I can't understand what he's saying. So what do I do? I turn around and it's Chihuahua lady right there, And I'm like Oh, hi. And she goes. You guys have been here all week. I've been wanting to meet you too. And I'm like, Oh, hi. And you know waste. Here we go. And I keep looking at her bag because I'm like You know? Any second. Is your Caro Taco bell going to pop out of her purse? You know, cute and I keep looking and you know, and and Colin Collins like, like, kneeing me because I'm trying not to be obvious by keep looking in her damn bag. I want to see you know. Yeah, well, she starts talking to me. Here we go. She starts talking to me about the Chihuahua. About it. And I'm like, Oh, God. Oh, God, what am I going to do? And then I remembered what Susan said. Oh, she starts talking to Colin. And as Colin is talking to her, I with my left hand grabbed my phone and I I'm spelling Chihuahua in Google with one thumb, and I'm trying to find a Google search to get a picture of a Chihuahua. Wow, you're really going in so you could just turn around and walk away? Well, no, She's right there, Lex and I'm like, you know. So I'm like, C h I A, you know, And I'm trying to spell with my thumb and I get like the Google images of a Chihuahua and I pick one that looks like an amateur took it. Yes. So she Colin is like grabbing my my leg. Like we have to end this because she we have now we're 20 minutes into her telling us about the Chihuahuas. So finally, finally, I got a picture and I go..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I will send out links to this. But i would just go to the wind. Patch dot org. Because it was so significant. I was reading what he wrote this morning. And it's i just want people to know this is happening in our time before we go to I gotta say you live a very adventurous life. I must make a lot of this stuff up. You'd never know. I know that's why you last night's writing of adventure. What'd i do last night. That was adventurous. I co host. No i- i- guest hosted jennifer ellison's programs you did and while i was guest hosting it. This is no joke. I'm in my living room trying to do live tv and i'm thinking what could go wrong. The bell door the the bell could ring at the door. Anything georgie my dog start barking so i'm doing the program. I'm interviewing david harris. Junior live right. I don't know how many people are watching a lot of people georgie. My little dog unbeknownst to My common law wife. Suzanne and our current daughter arose little. Georgie is freaking out. Because as a thunderstorm that begins to happen through. So i'm sitting there trying to talk. Intelligently do live tv in my living room. And georgie starts trying to jump up on my lap while i am trying to think cogently expressed myself. Georgie finally jumps into my lap. And i'm trying to hide it from the camera because georgia's shaking like a leaf because of the thunder and stuff. And eventually georgie leaps. Up gets tangled in the earbud moves. The camera and the whole world now knows the my secret that i have an eight pound dog that freaks out and jumps into my lap on so was it was a really embarrassing moment. It was kinda like when When the guy walked off the air on newsmax yes he could ruin my career. I just wanna say. I'm sorry you up you have a career. It was really it was really. It was awful. And then even more exciting. After that. Suzanne and i watched a movie. Oh that's right. We watched the sons of katie elder. If we have time at the end of the program today I will tell you the sons of katie elder starring. John wayne and dean martin and strother. Martin has a role you know. Strother martin We'll talk about that at the end of the second hour today when we come back larry taunton my dear friend Always phenomenal to talk to him. And then buckle your seatbelts for john's mirak because it's gonna get crazy with me wall mall mile now folks. How many years have i been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise just getting older. That could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed with pete. And seth talbot. They are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus. And commitment seriously they recently shared with me that they are doubling down and one to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than. I'm suggesting you order their three week. Quickstart still discounted to only nineteen ninety-five about a dollar a day to see if we can get you at a painting. And then after that less than the cost of.

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"georgie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Well the elif lower just gave i. How self conscious are you right now. Self conscious are you. Stu gods how many golf people are around you. There are well. There's one The leaf blowers around me. There's a guy at a couple of technical people who are setting up here and there was one i believe host here who is to my right a reporter host so i i feel pretty good then i gotta be honest with you. This is going well all right. It's just hard to do that. Voice level that energy level. Do you have everything you need to continue right now. I do yes great. Just what we need more deer district. You know what the deer district stands for. Dan do not delta variant. Yeah yeah he was yelling spread. He was yelling at the television. That's where lives if he could talk and people asked. Hey delta varian where do you live. Respond deer districts. I say all this while lake tahoe not wearing a mask playing a golf tournament with other people not wearing masks. Oh well don't look now dead but football is coming home. Leonardo spins over the rare. Welcome to the party that sadly also a going away. Party george ingo. I hope that was right. That's what it says here. It says Georgina georgie gno hipster. Pick.

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Nancy Pelosi Leads an Insurrection With Closed-Door House of Representatives

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi Leads an Insurrection With Closed-Door House of Representatives

"And the House, therefore, is currently conducting the people's business behind closed doors. The same time committee. Moon rooms remain closed for many members. Can't get people in to watch what's taking place. Think about this. Nancy Pelosi has led an insurrection. Ladies and gentlemen. She's led an insurrection. She's turned the The House of Representatives. Into San Francisco. Eva Nancy Perros ease own Little little Club. She controls the voting system. She allows proxy voting. She doesn't allow American citizens any real numbers to come in and watch their Congress at work to watch committee hearings. She has shut down the democratic process in the House of Representatives. Chuck Todd, Chuck yellow yellow check Chuck's probably right now to Italian restaurant. Filling his face with pasta. Chuck. And Mrs Truck. What do you think about this? Where's Georgie? Georgie Stephanopoulos. What does he think about it? George is probably had the same Italian restaurants stuffing his face with pasta, but he's probably in a high chair. The guys about four ft two inches tall. And that's in high heels. Nothing wrong with that. Just pointing it out.

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Democrats Blame Republicans for the Outcome of 'Defund the Police'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Democrats Blame Republicans for the Outcome of 'Defund the Police'

"So now the left. They're found policy, which they embraced and promote it. And celebrate it. You're going to blame it on Republicans. And this is the problem. They'll have help. From Democrat phony journalists like schmuck to Georgie Stephanopoulos and the rest of the, uh, the Congo, Lina falls and frauds go ahead. As you know, I didn't receive a single Republican vote. That funding has been used to keep cops on the beat. No, no, no, no, no, no. Just think about this. Minneapolis voted to defund the cops. Kamala Harris. What's going on about Reimagining Police Department. Remember that folks? On and off for months. AOC can't cut on and on and all of a sudden All of a sudden we're supposed to Jennifer. Oh, it's the Republicans. Why These cities have money for cops. They slashed and look at what the cameo did in New York. He cut like a billion dollars give her take from his police force. Out of $6 billion Doesn't matter him needing money. It's a matter him taking money out of their budget budget and putting it somewhere else. The Republicans have absolutely no say in what goes on in these cities zero and these blue Blue states zero Nothing. So here's the point. The Democrats are going to do nothing about crime except to go after gun dealers an innocent Americans, Nothing The Democrats take no responsibility for their policies, which have reached the point where American citizens are being slaughtered. And record numbers. They're not going to do

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"georgie" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"A four. Potsy i've series. We'll have here sitting in front of me. It's an absolute pleasure. And an honor to have the gripe george hammond. Welcome to the podcast. And georgie saying that was a bit of an intra. Keep looking at michelle hazy to john. When was lost weight code up it would have been a few years ago. I think when we caught up in. Melvin guy argon. It was probably three. Maybe even four years guy. because you've been at lag for awhile haven't and it was in home phone. Our offices in whole film. Yeah it early. Two thousand seventeen tom flaws. But it's great to cry to see to have a chat with me. I'm looking forward to having a crush on you. Because survivors. Mike favorite tv program in the entire world run. I've watched every single episode of every single series. It's my duty sacred and you had been on us. I was like these guys legend talking to him. You gotta get. You gotta have gone seriously. You've watched every episode of every season like even like the jeff probst in everything from the states. Yeah absolutely you're doha. I remember watching the first series and thinking. All this is gonna be ridiculous but it's just so interesting from con of human relationships with spending. Look it's you know it's a bit too triton all the rest of it and sometimes it's a bit shocking in terms of some of the ways that people react in behind but others think it's a really fascinating show iran him behavior and relationships in the psychology of of relationships. And it's fun right doesn't take itself too seriously. It's a great show very clearly being in order because she just spent on. My tally at grady enjoyed getting tonight during the screen on. Thank you appreciate the support. And he's an interesting time for show from sochaux perspective and trying to raid paypal but definitely a a social game overall. It's not like he could be very strong. But i mean where really mike. The difference is the social skills and the aspect of crowding friendships and alliances. And all that stuff..

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First buses with undocumented teens arrive in Dallas

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:31 min | 2 years ago

First buses with undocumented teens arrive in Dallas

"So right now. There are fifteen thousand kids minors in the custody of the us federal government. So many they have to move them up to dallas hundreds of miles away from the border and put them in a convention center. That's trump's fault. It's just it's when you hear pelosi and these people say that that should anger you. I mean if a person lies to my face it angers me and it should anger. You remember barney frank. Remember google o'reilly barney frank. All right so let's get to the interview. I got five clips for you. The first one is georgie. Asking about the border because the producers said to him you gotta open with the border because that's the big story roll it. Let's talk about the crisis at the border. Some heartbreaking scenes down there right now and a lot of the migrants coming in saying they're coming in because you promised to make things better. It seems to be getting worse by the day wasn't a mistake not to anticipate this urge. First of all there was a surge the last two years and nineteen and twenty th. There was a surge as well. This might be worse. No well it could be. But here's the deal. First of all the idea that joe biden said come. Because i i heard the other day that they're they're coming because i'm a nice guy and i won't. Yeah well. here's the deal. they're not. The adults are being sent back number one number two. What do you do with unaccompanied child comes to the border to repeat. What trump did you take them from their mothers. Okay here's the deal. Nobody's taking anybody from their mothers. Because seventy five percent of the miners coming over are between fifteen and seventeen years old and they're males now stephanopoulos. Should've known that would mean taking away. The mothers you think these are kindergarten kids walking across the rio grande river. Is that what you think. Seventy five percent of fifteen seventeen years old under men george. So there's biden know that i don't know what biden knows. It's my job as a journalist to find out. I would say mr president you. Are you wanna wear that. Seventy five percent are males in their late teens. You're not taking them away from their mothers mothers. Have nothing to do with this. Somebody number two. We are in the migrate zone. Still go i can say quite clearly. Don't come and we're we're in the process of getting set up and it's not going to take a whole long. Time is to be able to apply for asylum in place. So don't leave your town or city or community. We're gonna make sure we have facilities in those cities and towns run by and also access with hhs health and human services to say you can apply for silent from where you are right. Now make your case

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The Mystery Of The Pennhurst Asylum

Haunted Places

04:47 min | 2 years ago

The Mystery Of The Pennhurst Asylum

"The eastern pennsylvania institution for the feeble minded and epileptic later called pinehurst asylum was originally established as a facility for the disabled opened in nineteen o eight. The property contained in array of buildings all scattered around large tracts of farmland in chester county. Thirty miles outside of philadelphia though it might sound like it was designed for care and comfort. The reality was anything. But the institute was first created to house intellectually and developmentally disabled people alongside those who suffered from epilepsy but this strategy was unwise as such patients had very different needs. What's worse is that. Many of the institutions goals were based on the nineteenth century eugenics movement proponents of the movement believed that the human gene pool should be protected and anyone deemed. Genetically inferior. Should be prevented from reproducing by forced sterilization or segregation from the rest of society. For this reason. People with certain kinds of disabilities whose families could not care for them were sent to penn hearst. Most of them came as infants or children. Girls and boys are separated into different buildings. So there wouldn't be any sexual mixing in the decades since the institution closed a slew of modern day rumors claim that penn hurst carried out forced sterilizations on its patients. But while sterilization did occur at similar institutions in the united states. There was actually no record of it at pinehurst. Rumors of the institute's horrific procedures ran rampant. The last perhaps this is because the hospital was shrouded in an era of mystery it operated almost completely independently of the outside world. It had its own power plant and produced its own. Food and supplies were brought in by a special rail. Line pen hurts was designed so that no one from the outside could get in but more importantly so that no one on the inside could ever get out. Georgie was carrying a stack of folded sheets toward the finish piles. When he noticed a girl arguing with an orderly. George stopped in his tracks. She had long shiny hair and was pointing a finger directly at him confidently shouting and screaming. He was instantly captivated and continued to watch her but eventually to more orderlies came over to give her a shot. And take away georgie side. Good things never lasted. Long at penn harris georgia's mother had left him there when he was only three. He never knew why not what he done or where she'd gone he'd been stuck in this place for twelve years and he knew it like the back of his hand. He knew that when the girl got taken away it was the last he'd see of her or so he thought The next day georgy walked into the laundry building at his heart nearly stopped there. She was if he someone else. He could've tapped on her shoulder and introduced himself but as it was he could barely manage breathing and walking at the same time. Georgie said down in front of his pile of sheets and started cursing himself for being so shy and that was when someone tapped him on the shoulder turned. The girl was standing behind him. A fitted sheet in her hand. She has georgie how to fold it. Her name was kerry. No one was happy to be. A pen harassed. But carrie was indignant about it. She said she didn't belong there. That was why she'd been fighting with the orderly. There was no way she was going to spend the day slaving over an ironing board if she wasn't getting paid the orderly at said that barbital injection might change her mind but it obviously didn't soon george bush love. He used to find laundry duty tedious. But now it was the only thing. He looked forward to because laundry. Duty meant seeing carry a few weeks. After they first met george carey was sitting on a low stone wall outside the laundry carried. Turn to him with a frown. She asked to launch. She was a burden after her parents died. Her guardianship went to her uncle.

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"I often an excites me right. I mean it's an incredible opportunity to be able to take a product that is already incredibly successful and really make exploited across the globe. Like that is something that don't come to identify with me. I'm incredibly boring But it is often be jumped from where people's brains at at the time and so two that that. That's why i say that stat between series bayan series say so critical and having people that have have done it before on. Your team is also a really really smart thing to do because otherwise you make all the same mistakes which is that you either have a players from series bay who are probably trying really hard to get there as fast as possible like okay like. How do we need to change. What got us to here won't get us to their a. k. But you can't really she's brain gear that fast. It doesn't doesn't work like that. And then you have some people that come in at that stage black myself and potentially they elect. I know where we're going. Get on the highway. Let's guy and it's very difficult for people to shift the shift gear that fast and so you need to be patient you also you can. You can have a plan but you need to work out. What people can absorb effectively at any one point in time. And what are the immediate problems that you need to solve Because if you sold them now that will be bigger problems to solve in the future. Oh and what a problems that you can actually hold for a little bit. Even you potentially have ideas on how you can solve those problems. You won't be effective in those solutions. If you try and do everything once and i learned that the hard way at times i've been in in tames there was not a lot of management people need a manager when you're going through this amount of change and if you don't have the people there who they can trust and rely on at least when they talked to.

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"The product conference in december and When i was asked to speak. I wanted to talk about something in the leadership tracked and i wanted to talk about something that people could use and i think i've read all the books i and i love all the books and have a pile of them on my desk but one of the things i noticed when i went into earliest stage companies and with more inexperienced product manager potentially was that there was a dogmatic belief in a particular way of doing something so that they read a book and they might not that they run come show their books but they kind of picked a model and they wanted to know what we should do it this way because that's what it says And one of the things i've learned. Maybe it's because. I worked in lots of different cultures and that doesn't work when a guy from a chinese coach to coach But i lack the tools but before you apply the tool you need to assess the situation to work out what tools. Aw what systems or what processes. If any you need in that particular situation and so i liked to check on a kind of sweet acronym which is code schiff. Maybe it's because it's like you're cooking. Leadership is a bit like cooking but the s stands with status like what's the status in going into a role or an organization like check the status of things. What is how is it going. What does it feel lack. Where the things you can generally sense quite quickly. What the status of the situation is and then once you've got that status you look at the history because the status is most likely a result of the historical effects and it might be in alien the company they used a white label solution that was really limited and then they had to build some features really quickly hacked onto the white label solution. So you've got the history of technology you will say. He's g of the people in the organization. I spoke to a company a while ago. That said they had a head of product a year ago and that person like completely missed everything up. They're all still recovering from from that person being there and i was like. Oh god like that changes. Then how you talk to. The product manages how you talk to the rest of the organization. The next is the existing game. So i won't game is the is the company or the product or the people. What game are they playing right. And as those games that we know you like playing the monetization game of a playing freemium game They might be playing the white label game. Or maybe they playing the consulting game you will all gone into companies whether it's full of ex consultants and the information can is it easy. Looks different feels different to companies. That don't have that many ex consultants in it and working that out and then looking at the future and what is coming. Where do you wanna go..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"I think look one of the challenges that we face as a just society in general and certainly in the banking industry i noticed this really strongly. Is that consumers a changing at a foster right than they ever have ever in history and of course we're feeding that by instant everything but technology potentially can keep up but humans kant. So what's really interesting is that we are trying to operate at a pace which is not sustainable. And i think when. I say that i think. Oh god should i say that but but it's an important thing to acknowledge because we need to find a way to be able to make it sustainable and that might mean that different teams are operating at peak at any one point in time and you're moving the responsibility and accountability around people and humans run at sprint pace for a marathon. It's not possible. And and one of the things. I tend to use really stupid analogy. So i'll apologize for that but you know when you'll in be and series a everything is a sprint right. It's a fifty eight sprint to the. Mvp is a hundred meter. Sprint to this. It's a and then you get to siri say and you can still make them hundred hundred and two mehta. Two hundred major sprints but can't ask them to finish stand up and do it again and finish. Stand up and do it again. You need to to work out that okay. We're gonna run a columbia here. I didn't that might be your eighteen month plan. And that means that we're gonna to do five. Two hundred major sprints. I what are those five hundred sprint. Gonna be and who do we need in each of them and that kind of planning can really help. Because you can't have the same person even the stop of star rana running every sprint. You'll you'll kill them. They'll rave no one can operate at that speed..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Being able to keep people aligned and end all going in the same direction is is very very difficult at because it's it's very different to how you communicate before and what was probably quite natural in the earliest stages you owe completely on the same page. You potentially had less diversity in the organization and you really. Everyone was just on the same page all the time. Because you're always talking always chatting always working together and as you get bigger and bigger can only have so many close relationships in sorry it happens across functions as well not only in in tames that once the product manager would speak to the marketing lead off sleet and they were the people that they interacted with the moist and then time goes on and all of a sudden. This full pm's working in the domain and they need to talk to those other three pm's every day and so they don't talk to the ops manager as often anymore or the the marketing manager. And so they don't know what's going on and that's when you start to say silos develop and people making decisions independent of each other because we only hire smart people who make false decisions. But if they don't have all the information they going to make decisions potentially a different other decisions being made in the organization so complexity in decision alignment. That's one of the big things to end guessing. Something i've seen in large organizations. You don't understand the second third or ninth order effects of a decision you're making and you don't have the time to check with everybody. Is that one of the things. You're talking about fisher. And and sorry the model of having just a product bandages who super driven super smart. Getting done still need those people. But you also need other roles as well and that can be difficult to because often the people that were instrumental in series. I series bay. Those stills aunt necessarily the skills that you need to high out in say. it doesn't mean you don't need them anymore you do. They're incredibly important. But the either perception that management positions assane as a more important than other positions in that can be difficult to traverse in this stage. Because you've got people that have pulled their heart and soul and have completely built the core of of the organization And you need to develop them into the latest. I most definitely can become but you might not have the time to do it as fast as you need the leadership so you need to kind of paralyze training and coaching of the people that you have in the organization with bringing some talent in Things up it sounds like such a tricky balance leader. I wonder from a an employee going through that stage as well as i imagine. Kind of just everything getting like a lot more work going on as you were when as you just move today. Urban will people to speak to. And then you get that funding round and it's kind of like maybe a bit of relief of like we hit our targets. We did all this things we rent today. Now we've got funding but now we've got highlights when people so it's more kids. It's like a slightly so if like never ending cycle doesn't just changes sarah said. Is there a way of kind of staying sane throughout pressure into in kind of constant change sanity left my sanity back about a decade..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"The attention of of people early on and once you've once you've done that you have a core team probably no more than ten to be honest and you kind of just get it done and everyone's in you really mucking together. Just believing that they believe in what you told them you total. It's an amazing story. Something i think has legs. They lack the tame a lot of early early stage. Investors invest in the people. Not necessarily in the idea and it's it's kind of family centric right. Everyone is in it together. And it's very close. Series bay is about building right. Sorry you've done series a you've you've kind of proven out your hypothesis and they need to really build it lack k. Like maybe that we built something on a third party techs tackle we hacks together a couple of white label solution so it could spell it out. A proof point series b. is like okay. We need to build this. And that's when you get the vase dot to coming And they're like okay. So if proven you hypothesis series. You've grown a little bit. You've got really smart tame you know what you doing all right. We're going to give you some funds to build this thing and that's when You have lots of people doing lots of things. I have enough money to get the pricing manager and the crm lead. You probably have someone who's got a background in marketing. They've jumped on the crm thing and something that came up in in the process of the z are. They added that job to the hats and they added another hat because we needed someone to jumping on the product side of the organization. And so what you've got is a team of incredibly smart highly driven highly ambitious multiple wearing people. Look to be boo colon generalists..

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"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Cost. It's very lovely. Have you hear and amd before. We get kicked off into our topic of the day. It be great if you could give us a really quick intro Here you on what you are doing in products in how you got to where you are. I'd love to lily. Thinks having made i. i'm georgie. I am an australian. He lives in berlin. Which is a very long story which we can say for a different podcast. I've been in. I guess you'd call them tech companies for about thirteen years Ended up there by accident. Yielded because the detainees agree tech companies. Like this random dragon over there that everyone had to take a big risk to jump into. But once i got there. The environment of tech companies and the speed and the the creativity in the creation really hooked me and sorry industry directed a company called real estate dot com today. you which Grew massively while i was there and as part of that company as well. I got opportunity to work in hong kong on the chinese business which was amazing but completely different from working in the same company in australia on so when i land in australia was that i love the environment in this creation and really building. Something that can add value to someone's life and in hong kong. I realized that to do that successfully. You couldn't just replicate and replicate. It was different because of the team. It was different because of the consumers what they wanted how. They consumed information After hong kong went to germany for the first time and i worked on the ip of scout twenty four which again was another cultural experience. Because i don't think you could pick three more cultural controlling entrees than the australia. Hong kong and jimmy. And you really having. That is my third big experience. You really have to reinvent it every time and you could use the same the same same principles in the same tools but you couldn't execute the same way because it didn't deliver the same results you had to work out. What was the outcome that you were trying to shave. And then work out what bits he needed. And how you would get there with with the pieces that you had at the time and at the time it was different depending on the culture that operating and so from there. I've done a couple of different things. I've bounced around the world and landed back in in billion about three years ago working within twenty six as apo. i was responsible for the strategy. End making sure that we drove really the financial sector to a place thought about the consumer first and that was really big thing for the banking sector and from twenty six in the amazing experience that i had that i knew that that's what i wanted to do. I wanted to be in companies that were really the pointy edge of the soul like the pioneer products..

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"georgie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Up and good and it's 36 27 Northwestern, 3 32 to go first half How big would it be? To be able to take the lead like this into the locker room is Frasier out in front that's in their zone off to do sumo. Does Sumer Cross court feet for Frazer left the circle? Turn dough. Sumo now sent it to Williams back toe I owe inside Georgie. They double him. He tries the world walk over. Damn. It is called for the travel. Collapsed on Shawn is Villy, and he turns it over. Better known as Georgie to me. I'm out of here taken by Illinois. With 3 10 to go with a half The Wildcats will have the ball. Out of this stoppage. At Underwood does not look happy at all. I don't I would not want to be in that hole right now. I could feel the bite all the way up here he is given You know what he's not sparing anybody. He's getting a piece of everybody go sumo, and Coburn came in combining 39.9 points again. Fourth highest scoring tandem in the nation. And just About Two points. Behind the leading tandem. Thomas and Watford it LS Yoo Hoo, combined for 42 a game so far. Wildcats have kept those guys kind of quiet, but they could be explosive. There's still a second hand. Oh, yeah, I know. 36 27 cats with the ball. Those guys mill issue those two guys could score the ball. Yes. There's Miller copy on the three point line or guarding him very closely with Frasier. Now the game's back to the left, barren, left base line drive base hit into the quarter. Berry for three. Good Thai Bury three pointer from the right corner. He's given a flat warning. Mm hmm. Very Freshman facing the Alana.

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Georgia Bulldogs announce no make-up game for Vanderbilt Commodores cancellation

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Georgia Bulldogs announce no make-up game for Vanderbilt Commodores cancellation

"Always great to Welcome back mike griffith to the program and mike. Let's start with the georgia bulldogs. After a spectacular saturday. They were hoping for one more game. It had already been postponed and now it has been canceled in what has been the reaction there and can anything be done about well. We're not gonna probably ever have anything like this in the future but really curious about your thoughts. Yeah a lot of fury. A lotta anger at georgie. No i it's twofold one georgia's playing great football. Jt daniels i mean before jt. They convert forty two percent of the third downs with jt. They convert sixty six right. Jt daniel six touchdown passes on on third down throws three incompletions. I mean the guys night and day. It's been amazing. Some people maybe. It's the schedule actually know if you look at the third down defense is the last. Three teams actually ranked better than the first six on average. What georgia's played. This guy has made all the difference in the world. It makes a difference in recruiting. Suddenly you have players. That are migrating to georgia that. Want to be a part of the georgia offense again so this transformation is happening in the shadows. Now that's georgia's fault. They didn't take care of business when they needed to jacksonville or in tuscaloosa and so they're sitting out this week so you don't get to see it but it's been happening on saturdays in athens and this georgia outgoing class. All these guys had an opportunity to be the winningest class in georgia football history. That's quite a legacy. But because vanderbilt canceled out all they can do is tie that mark now and so the a piece of their legacy is gone understand. Covid nineteen is not controllable but in the case of vanderbilt its players that are quitting the team and in the case of vanderbilt they cancelled on december fifth rally the troops for their senior day on december twelve and then canceled on georgia again. After the fact so georgia couldn't even get an alternative game that was acceptable for the senior day. So there's a lot of of anger and frustration and disappointment and all george can do now is hope that they get a good bowl draw. I think they need notre dame to upset clemson. I think if that happens. And if chalk holds and ohio state beat the bad northwestern and alabama roles florida. You could see georgia clemson in the orange bowl and i think that could excite the georgia fan but as things currently project. You're looking maybe. Cincinnati georgia in which case. Maybe some georgia guys opt out and say you know what it's cincinnati. It's it's not a real game.

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Tobacco sales during lockdown

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Tobacco sales during lockdown

"During lockdown We sorta changed or spend money always being by mobike. Be buying jigsaw. Buying craft kits. Thinks like that and by motorola does seem that. We've been on mass buying more tobacco. If you look at the results from philip morris japan tobacco imperial brands altria group all of which have reported in the last month. They've essentially said our industry. Globally is doing far better than expected. Now of course long-term tobacco is a declining industry but it seems that the stress the anxiety. The bordon maybe even the freedom of being locked into your home has cool. Smokers either to restart smoking or to smoke more because the outlook for the industry the sales and revenue and profits. They've been reporting it being better than expected now. This is a slightly new story. Because else countries such as south africa where sales were banned entirely because of course covert isn't a disease that attacks the lungs and the chest and so smoking makes it far worse. There's also issues about some some places. Sales of tobacco products were considered essential. And therefore you could still buy them in. The shops and other countries cells of tobacco wouldn't considered non essential. And you couldn't buy them in. The shops followed by the way considered tobacco and essential purchase. So there's some confusion there's also been a pantry loading stopped loading what we saw toilet roll but also say we nuances this story again. Because of high taxes and high prices for tobacco most western countries smuggling tobacco is a massive issue. And of course what we know. We know the borders closed so again. The closure of the borders stopped a lot of that tobacco smuggling which again boosted big tobacco prophets. So so this is a really new story that straightway you'd think well covert attacks suggest attacks. The lungs people would stop smoking. Actually that's not been the case and actually people have drunk more wind. We've seen that in the uk people returning to alcohol to relieve their anxiety. It seems people have been turning to tobacco as well now. That story misses out. I think quite a key point and this is something. I'm noticing around the media. Nobody wants to report this. But if you refer to the british medical journal don't have the exact figures in front of me but it's something like this. Twenty percent of the british population smoke deaths from covid. Anchors is not point four one percent it would appear that there's something in nicotine That actually prevents prevents the virus entering the lungs. I know they should. Nobody wants to talk about. This correlation is not causality. okay speakers two things correllated does not mean one causes the other they have given you a financial answer georgie. You'd expect nothing else of me. Yeah well

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Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

Herman Cain

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

"Georgia Georgia being being sued sued over over those those long long lines. lines. Some Some people people in in metro metro Atlanta Atlanta waited waited hours hours to to cast cast a ballot in the primary and the federal lawsuit ask the courts to step in to avoid a repeat in the general election, it says. Georgia voters say some of the longest lines in the country to voters in Fulton County and another in Kabul, bringing the legal action along with Georgia Democrats, They're calling for more polling places. Better trained poll workers and Urgency. Paper ballots. Georgie Elections officials have already announced plans to add voting locations and poll workers, but the lawsuit claims the problems cannot be fixed. Unless a court it's involved. Bill Koto

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How Does Uranus Work?

BrainStuff

06:32 min | 2 years ago

How Does Uranus Work?

"Scientists have coined an appropriate term for the large chilly bodies like Uranus ice giants. Neptune falls into the same category. But you're in. This is quite an odd duck compared to its neighboring planet. For starters you're a spins on an extreme tilt resulting in some truly wild seasons around the polls even the ice giants name is a bit peculiar and not just because it makes school kids chuckle. Okay let's not kid ourselves. You're never too old to enjoy good year in joke. Headline Writers certainly don't thinks so if article titles like NASA wants to probe urinate in search of gas and Uranus. Smells like farts are any indication. These jokes if you're not getting them hinge on the spelling of Uranus you are an US allowing for an english-speaking mispronunciation as your anus meaning rectum that where classy puns. Aside you're in his represents a break with nomenclature old tradition mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn and Neptune all took their names from Roman gods or deities however uranus uniquely was named after a Greek God in the religion of Ancient Greece. You're an was revered as the primordial God of the sky he had a son named Cronos and a perhaps more famous grandson notice Zeus. Those two figures were later conflated with two Roman Deities Saturn and Jupiter though the planet Uranus was discovered by Stromer William Herschel March thirteenth of seventeen eighty one. He didn't give it the name we use today. A loyal Britain Herschel wanted to call this far away. World Georgie 'EM CD's or Georgia Star. In honor of King George the third but by nature. That name was politically charged to avoid. Alienating non-british Stargazers German astronomer Johann Alert Buddha suggested calling the planet uranus in seventeen eighty three eventually his alternative Monica one out but back to that axial tilt a planets rotate around an axis. Which is the imaginary line connecting their northern and southern polls and they simultaneously orbit on an imaginary plane around the Sun now Earth has an axial tilt of twenty three point five degrees. This means there's a twenty three point five degree angle between Earth's axis and its plane of orbit around the Sun without the tilt our home world wouldn't have seasons or possibly life. Uranus is skewed to but to a much greater extent in relation to its orbital plane. The ice giants access has been tilted at a chopping ninety seven point seven degree angle next to Saturn and Neptune. Urine looks like it's lying on its side so what we are orientation. A computer simulation published two thousand eighteen suggests your was hit by a huge Proto Planet. Around four billion years ago then again there may have been multiple impacts or a long gone circum. Planetary Disk could have played a role however it happened. The tilt subjects both polls too long dark winters long. Bright Summer's on Uranus was orbit around the Sun or one year lasts for roughly eighty four earth years. Each poll is aimed almost directly at the Sun for about twenty one St Earth years during its summer season. Meanwhile the other pole faces the opposite direction. Enduring Alliance Dark Winter. Despite the extreme tilt urine is warmer at the equator than it is either poll. Nobody knows why. And this isn't the planets only mystery. Jupiter Saturn and Neptune already radiate more than twice as much heat as they received from the Sun. Yet you're innocence. Heat output is significantly lower. This disparity has long baffled planetary scientists as we already mentioned. You're innocent. Neptune are both ice giants planets of this sort have rocky cores covered by mantles rich. An icy half frozen slush of ammonia methane and water next up there's the atmosphere whose outer level is full of hydrogen helium and even more methane researchers found that urinalysis atmospheric clouds contain hydrogen sulfide. A compound responsible for the rotten egg stench. We all know in hate so yes. You're in literally stinks to the densest part of its atmospheric sees brutal temperatures of negative two hundred forty three to negative three hundred seventy degrees Fahrenheit. That's negative one fifty three to negative to eighteen degrees Celsius. That's hardly a welcoming environment for any future astronauts but at least the color scheme would be familiar. Earth isn't the only blue planet in the solar system. Methane absorbs red light giving Uranus and Neptune deep blue complexions of the two worlds. You're in a slightly greener since nineteen seventy seven. We've known that Ernest has a ring system around its equator to date. Astronomers have counted thirteen rings encircling the planet the structures are relatively dim and lack the fine particles observed and other rings systems like Saturn's each one is composed of debris chunks that are golf ball sized at minimum for some reason smaller material gets exiled and space between these rings in also has twenty seven known moons twenty five of which renamed after Shakespeare characters like affiliate Juliet. There's Dimona puck and Miranda who's namesake appears in the tempest geologically complex. Miranda contains the single policy cliff known to humankind dubbed Verona repays. It has an estimated height of twelve point four miles. That's twenty kilometers. Meaning that if you happened to be walking along its peak and you happened to fall off. You would plummet for twelve minutes straight before hitting the ground. Others satellites of note include sicker acts and Caliban while most of your Ennis's moons spin in the same direction as the planet does these to revolve the other way. Scientists think they were once independent objects that the ice giants gravity in snared by the way how ban is another tempest character and sicker. Iraq's was said to be his mother from it's weird rings. It's puzzling climate. You're Ennis's found plenty of ways surprises. Only time will tell what further mysteries the planet holds until then although it's very dim your is visible to the naked eye on some dark clear nights if you have sharp vision if not so much. It's easily visible with noculars or a telescope.

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Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

Kingpins

08:44 min | 3 years ago

Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

"Jim knew the stakes from the moment. Bath House. John Inky Dank had called. They had put their faith in him giving him an opportunity to be more than just a two bit pimp and now he had to show them that they hadn't made a mistake. He thought the local politicians had liked him because he was tactful and quick thinking the kind of guy who could make sure his people voted the right way but now jim saw things for what they were more than anything the Alderman's respected him for this his willingness to get his hands dirty to do what needed to be done. That was what made big Jim Different. Jim had been trusted to collect protection vs from the city's illegal brothels the price of protection had gone up and some people weren't happy about it. Particularly Georgie the meanest Madam in town. Jim didn't feel guilty about beating her. Perhaps the brass knuckles were a bit much but he had to send a message to every barmaid and madame around big Jim Cosimo had arrived and he had no intention of leaving. I'm how hard it and I'm kate. Leonard and this is King Pins on the PODCAST network every week. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. This is our first episode on Jim. Cosimo one of America's first modern kingpins. This week we'll be exploring his rise from indigent immigrant to crime. Lord of Chicago's Red Light District. Next week we'll look at his fall from grace arrest and the lasting legacy of his empire. You can listen to. All of Park has shows wherever you listen to podcasts. And if you enjoy the show one of the best ways to help us to leave a five star review now let's dive into the life of Chicago's first notorious Vice Lord. Big Jim Cosimo. Jim COSIMO was a self made man. He had come from nothing and yet had risen to become. Chicago's most feared and respected crime. Lord everybody knew Damon Jim and not just for his jewelry and that flashy three piece suit. He always wore for every moment. Jim had spent as a beggar peddling newspapers on the street corner. He intended to more than make up for it now that he had money in his pocket. Jen Colosio wasn't a pimp. He may have begun his criminal career selling sex on the Chicago streets but he had worked long and hard to become something much more than that by nineteen fourteen. Jim just turned thirty six. He already controlled be directly or indirectly more than one hundred businesses in. Chicago's first ward the Red Light district. He owned gambling joints and opium parlors billiards halls and saloons. Some even whispered that he sold Italian national lottery tickets and ran an underground wine business. Jim was in the business of sin and business was booming estimates at the time had him clearing well over half a million a year which in today's dollars would equate to roughly twelve and a half million. Jim Rarely traveled anywhere. If not by uniform chauffeur his elegant jewelry it led many to start calling him. Diamond Jim a name. He more than willingly accepted. He had a reputation now and it was one. He looked forward to living up. Two years. Spent living in luxury. Had led jim to develop an affinity for the fine arts. One art in particular stood out as his favourite the opera. He came to every show sometimes buying up as many as thirty seats. He always brought an entourage. Sometimes it was just a few of his men and their wives other nights. It was the men and their girlfriends after every show. Jim was welcomed backstage. Every member of the Chicago. Opera Company recognized him. He invited the singers. And the Maestro over to his restaurant call a simos cafe. He knew they would come. They always did after the show. Jim Returned to the restaurant and poured himself a drink since its opening in nineteen. Ten COSIMO's cafe had quickly become one of Chicago's hottest nightspots politicians celebrities and wise guys alike all gathered there each night to enjoy the old school Italian cooking and lively entertainment but it was the after dinner activities that truly endeared cosimo's cafe to the Chicago elites gambling joints were dime a dozen but where else but coliseum ohs could an intrepid diner go upstairs and gamble until the wee hours of the morning with hardened criminals state senators and foreign actresses alike. One night at cosimo's cafe sometimes bag jim more than a week's worth of his brothels receipts and Jim knew he was really selling the same thing at either venue not just food or sex. He was selling something far. More important. An experience Jim saw little distinction between the customers at his brothels. And those who pulled cigars and gambled away thousands at his restaurant as far as he was concerned. The only real difference between the two was that you never had to pretend you cared whether the brothel patrons had enjoyed themselves and for Jim pretending to care was the worst part he had lived his life without conscience never stopping to consider who he was hurting along his way. This way of living had done him. Well it had been the factor that allowed him to grow from nothing into the Titan. He had become the story of Jim. Cosimo begins in colostomy a small mountainous town in southern Italy with the birth of a child. By the name of Vincenzo. By the time Vincenzo Cosimo was born on February sixteenth. Eighteen seventy eight. The economy in southern Italy had taken a turn for the worse with jobs. Few and far between men of working age. Were already starting to ship off to the United States in hopes of finding their fortune but leaving colostomy was hardly an option for Vincenzo. Father Luigi who had grown up in the tiny mountain town Luigi Zone father remained. The area's most wealthy landowner. He would raise his family here. No matter how difficult it may be. Unfortunately those plans were dashed by the tragic passing of Luigi Wife Vincenzo. Mother JUST SUBPOENA. Luigi was now a widower with four children to take care of and with his own job prospects dim at best amid the stalling economy. He made a decision that would change the course of history in eighteen. Ninety one Luigi send his youngest son Vincenzo off to America. He was only twelve years old with a bright future ahead of him. Luigi hoped the boy would become wealthy enough to support the rest of the colosseum. Oh clan three long weeks after departing from Naples Vincenzo and his twenty one year old half brother. Antonio arrived by steamship into New York Harbor. The pair hardly had any time to enjoy the New York skyline before they were put on a train to Chicago where Luigi had made arrangements to have the boys room in the city's ever-growing Italian neighborhood Antonio was ready to go home before the pair had even arrived he'd been tasked with leading the youngster across the Atlantic but he had no interest in staying in America as soon as he ensured that Vincenzo had a roof over his head Antonio bid his younger brother. Good bye and luck.

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DNA firms are set to profit from your data as testing demand falls

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

DNA firms are set to profit from your data as testing demand falls

"This is a Bloomberg money minute have you taken one of those DNA tests meet your chains with over a hundred and twenty five genetic reports the shine on spitting in a Cup to read your DNA appears to be wearing thin apparently people are catching on to the possibilities concerning a lack of privacy in consumer DNA testing over fifteen million people on our network that's almost a trillion connections ancestry dot com chief executive officer Margot Georgie got it says a lot of people have spent in the Cup twenty percent of the US of people that have taken one of these tasks and they're more more millions are coming into the kind of all the time twenty three in the C. E. O. and we'll just be says twenty twenty could be a difficult year for her company she expects a slowing of growth due in part to consumer concerns about privacy last year sequencing company a luminous had there been a lowland direct to consumer genetic testing concerns about genetic privacy came to the fore after investigators used an open source genealogy website to track down the suspect in the decades old case of the Golden State killer Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg

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Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 3 years ago

Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

"Green Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor announced this morning that five people have been sentenced to death for last year's murder of Jamal Khashoggi let's recall that Chris showed G. a columnist for The Washington Post and critic of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin so mine was killed in the country's consulate in Istanbul investigators believe the killers then dismembered and disposed of console Jeez body US intelligence concluded that the crown prince was involved in the decision to kill Khashoggi and Generac has covered this grisly story from the beginning and she joins us now from Amman Jordan hi Jane hi there so what do we know about the people who've been convicted at this point well it's still a lot of questions about that because this trial was very secretive there apparently few diplomats that into the trial as well as some members of casualties family those members of course living in Saudi Arabia are under seventy pressure so the names of not been released yet we do know that five of them were sentenced to death that can be appealed though and the thing that's important about this is who wasn't sentenced the trial will determined that two top officials the Saudi crown prince's former top adviser and the consul general in Istanbul workers Georgie was killed were innocent and it absolves them of blame now the U. S. doesn't believe this it's placed both those men on on sanctions for involvement in the killing well then you have the question of the crown prince and in Saudi Arabia maintains that he had nothing to do with this and have have we learned more about this killing in in the time since so many questions we still don't know what exactly happened but what seems clear is that the the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin someone who initially said that he knew nothing about it probably did know what we know about this very grisly killing is mostly from the Turkish government he was killed in the consulate last October after he went there to get papers for his marriage and during that time he was confronted by Saudi agents who had flown in on a private plane one of them the head of the autopsy department carrying a bone saw the Turks released what they say are recordings of part of the process in which she was killed the body disappeared his remains still haven't been found can you just step back for a minute I mean you mentioned the US sanctions on some of these people believed to be involved here how much has the U. S. Saudi relationship been impacted by a bucket so Jeez death in an investigation since then well she was a columnist who wrote for publications including The Washington Post he was a U. S. resident Saudi Arabia's not seen as as the most fantastic of allies not just for this but for its involvement in in the war in Yemen and other things but there are a couple of things about the US Saudi relationship one is and perhaps the most important one is the president trump really values this relationship as does his son in law Jared Kushner who has bonded with the Saudi crown prince trump has made the point of the there are billions and billions of dollars at stake in U. S. arms deals arm sold to Saudi Arabia and that doesn't really wash with a lot of other officials and in fact the Senate has asked for the head of the US intelligence to come and brief them on what they know because the CIA has concluded according to a lot of reports of that in fact the seventy crown prince ones involved in ordering the killings in pairs Jane arrive in Amman

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IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 3 years ago

IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis

"Finance ministers and central bankers from all over the world are getting together in Washington this week for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank they will be talking about an economic forecast that is not looking great global economic growth this year is expected to be the slowest it's been since the financial crisis ten years ago David Wessel of the Brookings Institution is on the line good morning David the morning around so what goes on at the IMF and World Bank meetings well there are a lot of formalities are a lot of speech is there a lot of meetings but we have a lot of people here a hundred and eighty nine members of the IMF's and their central bankers and finance ministers to Washington so what's really important is they meet informally with each other to compare notes share frustrations in trying to figure out how to resolve both the short term and long term problems that plague the world economy and they will be talking about the economic forecast which shows the growth is slowing is slow I'll what do we know about about how big a problem is this well here's how Christina Georgie ever the new managing director of the IMF put it as she previewed the semi annual I am F. world economic outlook two years ago the global economy wells in synchronized upswing measured by GDP nearly seventy five percent of the world was accelerating they even more of the world economy is moving to the same Bucks unfortunately this time growth is decelerating to be precise in twenty nineteen we expect slower growth in nearly ninety percent of the world's so the US economy is still doing better than other big economies around the world but it's part of that slow down manufacturing is down business investment is weak surveys of business executives find them in a funk partly because of president trump's trade war the bond market is pessimistic the federal reserve's seems worried enough to be expected to cut interest rates one more time at the end of this month on the other hand the job market is still strong and that's lifting consumer sentiment and business spending the stock market is upbeat it's hard for me to believe this situation can process but it's also hard to know whether the good news will prevail or over the bad or vice versa you and I have a deal where I don't ask you to make predictions that I'm gonna stick to it but it is certain point we will know whether this is the beginning of a recession or whether it's just a slow down when will we get a sense of that exactly we're at an inflection point the US and the world economies are slowing but whether this is a prelude to recession depends a lot in fact more than usual on what politicians and policy makers to I think the last few days have brought us some rays of hope there's talk of a truce in the US China trade war now that may not be a lot of substance to the so called many deal struck between the Chinese in the US but if it materializes it's a step away from a confrontation and that should lift business spirits maybe dispel some uncertainty maybe Boris Johnson in the U. K. can cut a deal to avoid a messy brexit there even stories in Germany that the thought that they might increase government spending both the fight a climate change and to fight a recession I don't think any these are sure things and I'm not overly optimistic but what politicians do in the next couple of months could determine whether the slowdown degrades into recession or not and in particular it sounds like what you're saying what politicians outside of this country to exactly there's a lot that happens inside the U. S. influences our economy the fed will the GM strike be settled and stuff but you know a lot does depend on what happens outside the United States will China arrested slowdown will European governments open the fiscal spec it will our training Parker's raise terrace and ratchet up the trade war or come to terms with president trump and avoid that it sorry but I got more questions than answers as usual David Wessel director of the Hutchins center parking

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