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San Francisco to welcome cruise ships after 19-month hiatus
"After a nineteen month hiatus brought on by the corona virus pandemic cruise ships are returning to San Francisco twenty one of those on the ship tested positive for the corona virus that was then vice president Mike pence in March twenty twenty announcing test results from the grand princess quarantined off the California coast at the time Neil Hammond was a passenger really set up ready just sit around and look around the Lexus always ask for Stephen and Michelle Smith we're worried yes we're concerned but we're certainly save in our room and Keren Deaver going
Hamlin holds off Elliott, takes first NASCAR win in Vegas
"If you're going to take a gamble Las Vegas is the perfect place to do it but you should understand as Kyle Larson found out the gambles don't all pay out his fuel mileage gamble backfired and then handed him his first win at Las Vegas motor speedway we've just done a great job working on this racetrack in getting a lot better for me over the course of my career after fourteen years of not really being not that good here so Chris and the team the whole facts terror teams has been a great great great ride with them and obviously just had another trip for the character of the case and I will get to go and worry about the next round Hammond ended up leading ninety eight of the last one hundred and fifteen laps and held off a late charge by chase Elliott for his forty sixth career win Brett McMillan Las Vegas
Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs
"Becky Hammond today hire me on merit not to check a box. She said She can't wait for the time when it's normal for women to interview for a head coaching position in the N B. A and the gender is not the story. Then. Do you think that that will ever happen for Becky Hammond? Yes, I do, because she's that good. And you're not Pops top assistant right for the For this for this long of a stretch if you can't coach and Nancy Lieberman is a dear friend of mine I've known for years she's based in here in Dallas, Texas, where I live. Nancy Lieberman is just a remarkable basketball player in a basketball mind. And when you ask her about Becky Hammon man, she won't shut up. So Becky Hammond, I agree with her also gave on it should be on merit, and it will be on mayor when it comes to Becky Hammond. And, Yeah, I completely agree with her, and at some point, she's going to get a shot and it will be on merit. Not just because she's a
"hammond" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
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Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies, Security Firm Says
"A ransomware attack Friday has paralyzed the computer networks of at least two hundred U. S. companies the head of a cyber security firm working on the problem says hackers targeted a software supplier called Cassella using its network management package as a pipeline to spread the ransomware bug through cloud service providers cyber expert John Hammond says he believes it's the work of a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate and he calls this a colossal and devastating supply chain attack could say it has urged its customers to immediately shut down servers running the affected software Jackie Quinn Washington
The Importance of Ownership With Mark Mullen, Co-Founder @ Bonfire Ventures
"Malta i've had so many great things. We were introduced six years ago. If you can believe it by the one o'clock boundary hood so many great things from greg. It upfront friday. Usb howard lindsay. Thank you so much joining me. Stay mark great to be here buddy. I wanna start. Though i love he contacts to tell me. How did you make your way in the world of venture and how did you come to co found bonfire over the last few years and he was four years ago will say well really i. When i came out of college. I was already getting into finance. I worked for a bank. And then i became an investment banker. More like a merchant banker because we also made investments for a very famous entrepreneurs name was bill daniels and is currently still known as the father cable. Tv in the us and got a chance to work for hammond of working for the farmer for twenty years he was one of those stories. You don't hear about anymore. Didn't finish highschool lied to get into the navy golden gloves boxing. Champion for two years flew two hundred and fifty missions as a fighter pilot came back to the. Us started selling insurance. Wanted to see a boxing match closer tv and started cable television in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. This is the kind of person. I got to work under. And all the people that worked for him so we had an investment bank about seventy five people that did a in the cable world in. Isp's in towers in broadband wireless etc across the world as well as we owned a bunch of different companies. I ran international. So i got a chance to live in paris and london and so for many years. That's what i did. And we also invested in companies ourselves as well as other funds and so when we sold the firm we sold all the assets have pundits death in two thousand two thousand one then. We had still the investment bank. We sold the investment bank in january. Two thousand seven to rbc capital markets fantastic transactions before the crash happened. I was a senior partner then. And i had to stay three more years. But that's really the taste of investing and got the taste of investing from
Boston Celtics: Becky Hammon and Kara Lawson Are Ideal HC Fits
"The celtics per soccer practice facility in boston this billboard went up campaigning for becky hammon or terra lawson to be the next head coach again. Keira has worked on the celtics staff. She is just fantastic. Monico who do you think is the best bit to code the celtics. I don't necessarily have a name yet right. Although i liked the connection that care has but i have three cs. Candidates should have they've got to be able to connect with this squad. They got to be creative in the offense and the talents of these guys and they've obviously got to be able to convert in terms of everything that they're doing practice. I'm behind the scenes. Has the translate on the basketball court. Care i kind of liked that idea so this answer. I am no way shape before trying to take this coach away from the current currency. Which is nate. Mcmillan from. The atlanta hawks. Because i think the hawks likely will try to keep him. But i think what mcmillan has proven and shown what he can do with trae young. Just imagine what he could do. Because he's defensive money he has all the pieces. He has all the young talent offensively. Mcmillan would be good candidates as well as becky hammon. I think hammond that she can handle a team. I think she won the something. Many years back spurs obviously and she took control. That team did a great job. So i mean. I think there's some great candidates out there ought always chauncey billups after-sale. Who's put his time in as well. But i think make is showing that he can handle superstars and and take them to the next level. If the hawks don't take him snatching maybe it's up
Huna Wisdom of Lemuria for the 5th Dimension & Beyond
"Jonathan and welcome to makamba chalker up and aloha. You're good to see you. Yeah i i do love some aloha in my life. So i try to sneak something. Some of these in. I'm coming to you from maui. So i love it. I love it. And everybody. Stay safe in maui. Because i was just talking to jonathan and things to be them active wildlife going on the shores. There it's a little shark couple days ago not for me but Happens oh my. That's one of the things whenever i go to hawaii That's one of the things. I'm always kind of like nervous about is because the sharks into beginning a little bit closer and closer and i think it's just because more and more people and people are just being more ventures and all the different boogie boards and paddle boards and all the different things. And now everybody's trying to create them to look like animals underneath to not so wise but oh that's a whole different episode so let's big into this wonderful work that you have offered the people so before we get into your work. Can you Jonathan tells your story for how you even get into. Who knows them. I was a shimada practitioner for many years and in my mind chumminess and kind of lived in in south america central america and Until my training was was Was in vats. And i worked with shamans in will now on three different continents and what i was fascinated by was a sensitives no matter where i went. They all do a universal way of working and a universal way of thinking that all all the shopping so that worked with seemed to have. And i didn't really know what it was and end up but i i could. I could feel that they were all a drawing from the same considered ideas. I had the good fortune of visiting hawaii many times. And i never really thought to look here for spiritual influence. It was just what i said. Wide shamanism wasn't wasn't on my radar. But i did have really profound experiences with the land
"hammond" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Bear. It have all interpreted language that i have written and all them have interpreted in ways that i intended it to be interpreted so we think we think for the first time we have five justices. Who are going to vote pro gun. And what that means that opens the door. Not only to new yorkers who aren't rich and famous to actually be about take their guns outside of our homes and californians and hawaiians to do the same. It opens a door for us to challenge other laws which effectively ban guns and gun owners of america's role. Be in this case. And when will this case when do you expect it to be heard. Well we'll definitely file on a brief in it. And i would expect. I have no firm information unexpected. They'll be heard when they court reconvenes in october. That's my guess. My cam chief legislative counsel for gun owners of america. Mike really appreciate your taking the time and sharing your expertise this morning. Where can we find out more about gun. Owners of america log onto gun owners period. Org that's gun owners g. u. n. o. w. n. e. r. s. period. Org thanks so much. keep up. Angry thing mike hammond is cheap. Legislative council for gun owners of america for more information just jump online and visit gun owners dot org closing in on six forty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi party northern colorado's for thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from florida. ten pm. heaven car affect is at the movies. Here don't forget to listen to my show every saturday on. Kfta.
"hammond" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Nine seven four seven eight. Thirteen one the first time you used that number and then you to just let us have it and text away with wild. Abandon six fifteen now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. K dot com this time. Check sponsored by the candlelight dinner playhouse bringing you an amazing musical adaptation of the much beloved little women now through june six. For tickets and show information jump online visit. Colorado candlelight dot com candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown broadway in your backyard. The power trip weekdays at eleven on thirteen ten kfi k. day's headlines podcasts mornings with gail and more and schedule upcoming sports broadcasts find them at thirteen ten k. k. dot com those goalposts. Continue to move with ever changing cova de nineteen guidelines. It had to love it yesterday as you had a president fighting wearing a face mask to very sparsely attendant. Outdoor president at the white house Where he hailed the new cdc guidelines eliminating need for face coverings at such gatherings. I just love the irony. There fairly he was asked about. Well wait a minute. If you're coming out we're gonna work through those guidelines just to add to the overall confusion but he. He was asked why he was wearing a face mask. Given the fact that if now according to the cdc if you're fully vaccinated and you're outdoors and you're not in a big crowd. Well you no longer me to wear a mask. And so when he was asked by a reporter well what of messaging. Are you sending by wearing masks. Even to the podium. I dunno for my money. It seems like a bit of a mixed message. Something that has become a pretty typical. Pretty much the norm. When it comes to those ever-changing litany of rules relative to go. Nineteen he said. Ah by watching me take it off and not put it back on until i get inside okay. So once again just as well. The ball of confusion relative these ever changing guidelines continues people who've been fully acceded it against the virus that causes covid nineteen. We're no longer being advised to wear masks outdoors. I guess i missed that original nemo new. If i was going to be and brian kelly. And i were just talking about this over the break if i was going to be in a crowded situation where there's a lot of people in proximity i'd wear a mouse but i mean if i'm just out walking around or taking the dog for walker i'm gonna park. No i didn't wear a mask did you. Anyway people who've gotten to maternal pfizer shots or the single shot. Jane j. vaccine apparently now well the centers for disease control and prevention have pined that we can conduct a range of activities outside without wearing a mask. Those activities include dining and outdoor restaurants with friends and attending an outdoor gathering with a mix of vaccinated and vaccinated people. How do you know if those people in your immediate sphere are vaccinated or not do you ask everybody vaccinated and if not why not now people who are not vaccinate vaccinated against the virus are being told to continue wearing masks in those situations but even people a. It's just a cornucopia of stupid. Even people who have not gotten shot can walk run or bike outdoors and attend small small outdoor gatherings without mass this according to the centers for disease control. How do you define small. Gatherings i mean is that less than ten people is it less than fifteen. Is it less than twenty people. Not abundantly clear. Oh but cdc's saying both fully vaccinated and vaccinated folks should keep wearing masks while attending a crowded outdoor events like a live performance parade or a sports game. Cdc and their official statement said. We can't provide these specific risk level for every activity in every community. So it's important to consider your own personal situation and the risk to you your family and your community before venturing out without this according to dr rachelle wolinsky Just that sound somewhat familiar year. Sounds like she's touting personal responsibility and accountability To make the choices to do the right thing for you and your family and where have. We heard that before Let me think on. Not all the weld. County commissioners all along being consistent as saying. Yes you know what to do. You know when to do it. So do the right thing except your personal responsibility coming under fire for that interesting to hear that you've got the head of the cdc saying essentially the exact same thing now previous guidance course from the health and agency recommended. People wear masks if they were within six feet of others outside. Regardless of their vaccination status change in guidance comes more than a year after widespread adoption of mouse and after pressure from a range of doctors and other health experts to revise the recommendations but no surprise. Here the delay in making the change in terms of these recommendations prompted even more criticism of the agency. You had phil kerpen president of the committee to unleash prosperity who was tracked. Various covid nineteen metrics during the pandemic. Outdoor safety has zero in all caps to do with status known since march twenty twenty. Cdc guidance is stupid. He didn't mince any words. And the principal effect will be to harm children. Who present less than zero or about zero outdoor transmission breaths but now become the focal point of mask shaming and enforcement in liberal land. Critics have noted that few covid nineteen infections stem from being outdoors and virtually no studies back the wearing of masks outside particularly for people who have been fully that's the needed against the virus fully vaccinated once again means that. Two weeks have elapsed since a person got their final in jackson for instance a study just late last year found that existing evidence supports the wide held belief that the risk of sars kobe to transmission is yes indeedy do lower out doors. Oh but that's not the only shift we're gonna get into this later on this morning's ear about this. Mit study that apparently challenges indoor social distancing highlighting the inadequacy of the six foot rule. unbelievable unbelievable. All right you've got the united states supreme court agreeing to hear the first a gun related case in over a decade. Mike hammond is cheap legislative for gun owners of america. He weighs in right around six thirty five to talk a little about this land. 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Bowman denies Hamlin with swift late move at Richmond
"Alex Bowman overcame a pit road penalty for an uncontrolled tire to go on to take home the win at Richmond Raceway a first of the track for Hendrick motor sports since two thousand and eight back then seven time champion Jimmie Johnson put the forty eight in victory lane when Bowman was only fifteen years old Hammond said he never expected Bowman to drive away from him because you never saw him at the front of the field throughout the day join the Ghana would finish third while Christopher bell and Martin Truex junior would round out the top five respectively I'm Jerry Jordan
Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond
"The side. Were talking with trish hammond. Trish hamid is the ceo of plastic surgery hub a platform where she helps thousands of men and women that want to improve the body's find the best surgeons available for the cosmetic medical plastic surgery needs and as one of the largest directories for plastic in cosmic since in australia. Welcome to the show and keystone notch. Thanks for having me here. So it's thought going to give some context as to who you on what you do and and sort of a to lead them into. Why go you on the show. So tell us about how you got into to what you're doing now and also give that a bit of a background and what you do issue. So how am i got into what is now is is about seven years ago. Actually belong let While it lost this white aviv's i've been big on my life. Loss fight and that in itself brings its own set of problems like you. Have accents skied. If you had like massive bursts which i actually had it on my life and coastal las way. I decided to have a breast reduction leaf to end. So i had that surgery in the syrian. Well how the. My recovery was quite horrendous. Started double dicing Just was really depressed and Feel better after surgery on felt worse model. Was you on. Dr google trying to find out what's going on everything that came up was a doctor's website and i thought i don't want to stay to a doctor. I don't want to speak to anez. Wanna speak to someone who is actually going through what i'm going through. Obey to what. I'm going straight so i wanted to connect with someone like may patient and then i thought they really needs to be at in this gap in the market to facilitate the conversation for people to speak to each other and that's how plastic surgery Started realized very early on the pace that ten. Oh you need to actually get income from a website to run a website. So it kind of evolved from there into direct remodel. And and now where we've evolved still. We keep evolving as we goes. We're a community now on facebook so we kind of have information on the website and in the community applies to be thankful that people can speak to each other.
Florida’s Black and Hispanic communities need more COVID vaccines
"Was was among among a a number number of of guests guests who who joined joined in in a a virtual virtual roundtable roundtable discussion discussion about about the the impact impact of of covert covert 19 19 on on black black and and Hispanic Hispanic communities. communities. Palm Palm Beach Beach County County State State Representative Representative Oh Oh Mari Mari Hardy says he's been in touch with the Florida Division of Emergency Management. My message to folks who work in the state is to continue to try to get vaccines into the county specifically for community of color that have had difficulty accessing this for federally supported covert 19 vaccination sites are opening in Florida Wednesday in each will have to mobile satellite sites in Jacksonville. The main hub will be at the Gateway Mall with the mobile sites located at the Hammond Senior Center and normally community center. Other federal mass vaccination sites, including Tampa, Orlando and Miami.
#Blackout4Ed: Teachers across Indiana wear black to protest school choice bills
"In Indiana wore black today as part of hashtag black for Ed Day that the movements aimed to draw attention to issues. They say you're putting them in an untenable position. Needed. Cox has been a Hammond teacher for 20 years. She says a legislative proposal would divert some $70 million from public education to charter schools and voucher programs. Private education. And argues it's needed in public schools. I've seen your after year. My classroom size get bigger. My access to resource is get smaller. My pay gets smaller. My insurance premiums go off teacher since surrounding states of being prioritized for covert vaccines to return to in person learning Indiana's doing vaccines based on age And Cox and others think that's unfair, A statement from the state of Indiana says in part age is the number one cause of hospitalizations and deaths due to covert 19, who shares aged 60 and older account for 93% of covered 19 deaths statewide there. Police
Data center gives new life to site of a former coal plant
"For more than eighty years a- coal-fired power plant operated in the city of hammond indiana but when the state line generating plant shutdown in two thousand twelve. The city lost its biggest tax payer so that was a big deal when it decided to close. Dave ryan is executive director of the lakeshore chamber of commerce. In hammond. he says the closure also left behind a giant building that had to be taken down and a massive pile of. It's just sitting there hundred feet high and one hundred feet deep a hole so that all had been remediated but the city was convinced that the site had potential. It's close to chicago and located on lake. Michigan developers agreed and use the site to build a new data center called digital crossroad to build the facility. They recycled some asphalt and concrete from the original plant. Solar panels will help create electricity for the city of hammond. The data center helps provide a new tax base while it was going to be just a environmentally disastrous site. You know with a huge coal pile sitting in the middle of it is now been turned into a beautiful data center and now what was a basket of lemons now lemonade for city of human
Arborists Urge Congress To Lower The Age Of Consent For Trees
"Trees. They're all around us. But who gives a shit. Well i do for one and you probably should to. We need trees for paper for climbing for pulling a leaf off of something. Living order feel powerful. But who's looking out for the trees survival their quality of life and the reproduction. They reproduce. Maybe i know even less about trees than i thought but never fear because there are some folks out there who do care and this week. A dedicated group of arbor's petitioned congress for a change. They say is long overdue. These restrictions are an outdated relic the past the tree. Then leonard's fiber to write the constitution had no idea what our contemporary society would due to its brothers and sisters join us in liberating these conifers and broad lease we need to stop legislating morality and lower the age of consent for trees. I'm joined by. Opr congressional correspondent. Marcy hammond who has the latest marcy. What should our listeners know about these crusaders for sexual freedom. Well as lead a modern fight against the high age of consent goes back almost half a century to the environmental and sexual revolution of the sixties and seventies contemporary arborists claim that many saplings are fully mature before they even start to flower and more importantly that the government should not be dictating morality or sexual agency. Several of the advocates spoke out this morning on capitol hill. These laws are unnecessary. Government cuddling they impose harsh penalties on anyone who violates their puritanical social forms. Some pine trees are producing cones as early as two years old. There's nothing disgusting about that. These seedlings are beautiful creatures with smooth bark and supple flexible branches there in the prime of their lives and should be allowed to express themselves. Have they see fit. They may only have a few rings on their trump. but that doesn't mean they're naive or immature weird. What's your take on this marcy. Well this arborist movement was on the fringe of environmental policy for years but recently as more and more people flocked to the outdoors it's gained momentum. Now there are dozens of message boards and websites dedicated to celebrating young trees and advocating for their greater reproductive freedom. What do these activist. Groups is the downside with age of consent laws for trees. Can't they just you know. wait a little. I mainly see it as a violation of personal liberty. What an oak birch sprout does in the privacy of its own grove. Shouldn't be within the government's purview. And by sending illegal agent which trees are allowed to reproduce it stigmatizes young trees sexuality in a way that is harmful and repressive interesting. Does this movement have any chance of succeeding right now. It's still very much an uphill battle age of consent. Laws for trees have been around for hundreds of years and have political support from both sides of the aisle conservatives in particular are concerned about the effects of lowering legal age. Like how will these trees care for their four hundred kids scattered around the forest. Will they get enough sunlight
New York COVID nursing home deaths may be 50% higher than reported
"General addition, James, accusing the Cuomo administration of dramatically undercounting corn of ours nursing home deaths. Bill Hammond with the government watchdog group. The Empire Center, has been critical of the Cuomo administration for not releasing nursing home data. It's possible that if we knew the full picture where deaths have been occurring We would have a better idea of what policies could have saved lives and could still save left. However, in a statement, the state Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, says the attorney general report is clear. There was no undercount of the total death toll.
The Straw That Broke The Bucatini Supply Chain
"Today on the show. I am joined by planet money producer. Alexi horowitz ghazi and alexi. Hello first of all parody cardiff alexi. You've brought us a kind of pasta mystery. Not just any pasta. Cardiff dismissed all about a very particular. Pasta shape called bucatini. It's basically just spaghetti with a hole in it in. The story comes to us. By way of a self avowed bucatini fanatic new york magazine writer. rachel handler. When did you know that you were bucatini. Hat or bucatini bopper. Look what do we call ourselves. Ivan bucatini had because. I just think it's cute but i definitely didn't grow up in a bucatini household by any means we are definitely spaghetti. Family the mystery part of all of this began. When rachel started to notice last spring that her beloved bucatini seemed to be getting harder and harder to find at our local grocery stores in new york until eventually it seemed to be totally gone and then one day in the fall rachel was on the phone with her also pasta obsessed mother who lives in chicago and her mom kind of mentioned off hand that she was having the exact same problem. Racial literally haven't been able to find bucatini anywhere and she was talking specifically about to check out. The check is a one hundred and forty year old italian pasta company so when she said that i was like slow mo i was like because i thought it was like a new york problem like a very classic. Sort of like you know history. I can't find my bucatini. Whatever like who cares. But then i was a coli though. Sorry can i swear. Oh yeah okay okay. Great it's like holy if you can't find it that means that this is a real issue. And then she told me that she had actually reached out to the customer service department to check. Oh i just sent them an email. it's a classic move. It was like full of typos. Which is like a way. That mom's ready meals. But her email said i am a huge fan of bucatini pasta huge in all caps. I have not been able to find it for many weeks at any store. It is my favorite pasta cook than the sentences in all caps with four questionnaires. Are you still making it. Please tell me how to get some not too long afterwards. Rachel's mom gets a voicemail from a regional dicicco sales representative named brian. And then when. She played me voicemail from brian. I was like holy like this goes deep. There is a cover up like something weird is going on. Brian told rachel mom that she was likely having trouble. finding check. Oh bucatini. Because of an fda hiccup the hecker exactly for some reason the fda which is the food and drug administration seemed to have put a hold on the import of check. Obu katini and now. Brian was telling rachel's mom to sit tight and check the shelves a few months down the road and the fact that this little pasta mystery seemed to reach all the way to the federal government. That was something that had dogged. Journalists like rachel could not in good conscience. Look away from. This is the turning point for me. Yeah the next day. Rachel pitched the story to her editor but in the back of her mind. She wasn't sure it would go anywhere. And i'll just felt so big. And i think all of us figured nothing would really come event. At least i did. I was like i'm never going to figure out what's going on but began calling to check. Oh i reached out to like five or six different people. Email and phone call and voicemail and no one got back to me and then i was like something in santa's happening and i don't know and at that point i was like there's there's a story hammond
"hammond" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"Emotions were experiencing our so. It's so empowering. But i'll notice myself when the days start to get shorter when the weather starts to get colder that i start to slip a little a little bit away from my my usual optimism and when this first started happening i thought oh it didn't work. I'm a fraud this. I screwed up. I'm not really free of depression and just really letting myself go to a negative place. And with time. I've started to release that all or nothing perfectionism in other areas of my life and i realized that that depression that i sometimes experience is just an opportunity for me to come back to bliss. It's actually almost a blessing because it reminds me that i can come back and and use these tools and remind myself that i'm okay and i think that's really the same with anxiety. I don't know that it will ever go away. But i do believe that the more you practice coming back to presence the more automatic it will become to stay there in the same way that you weren't born anxious but you learned it somewhere you model that you repeat it so much that became who you identified with as you practiced presence over and over and over and just keep returning no matter how many times you feel like you're you're messing up slipping back to anxiety before long you'll start to almost adopt this identity of being present and being peaceful said that when you experience that occasionally anxiety you realize. Oh that's just an old pattern. i'm slipping into. I am peaceful. I can return to that bliss. That is so right. Laurie Use the tools and they are working for you and something happens You know maybe there's some turmoil in life or whatever and you find yourself slipping back into those old thoughts or feelings because you already have the tools now and you've been practicing them and you've been using them it's no longer as scary and disempowering as when it feels like it's out of your control you just catch yourself and like.
Becky Hammon becomes first woman to coach NBA team
"Becky Hammon became the first woman to coach in NBA team on Wednesday night. She took over the San Antonio Spurs after coach Greg Popovich was ejected in the second quarter after the game, Hammond said she's proud to break that barrier. I say this a lot, but I try not to think about the huge picture in the huge aspect of it because it can get overwhelming. Um it's my job to go in there and be focused for those guys and make sure that I'm helping them. Uh, Do the things that will help us win. The Spurs lost the game with LeBron James and the L. A Lakers won 21 to 107. James celebrated his 36th birthday with 26 points, eight assists and five rebounds.
Hammon first woman to coach NBA team; Lakers beat Spurs
"Dechy Hammond made history by becoming the first woman to coach an NBA game Hammond took over when Gregg Popovich was ejected in the second quarter of the spurs one twenty one one oh seven loss to the Lakers I really have not had time to reflect I haven't looked at my phone so I have no idea what's going on outside of AT&T center tonight as he exited the court Popovich pointed a finger at Hammond and had a strong message for his assistant coach quote you got him unquote Lakers forward lebron James spoiled the historic moment by delivering twenty six points eight assists and five rebounds on his thirty sixth birthday Dennis Schroder had twenty one points and Anthony Davis had twenty points and eight rebounds for the Lakers I'm the ferry
BONUS - How to Grow Your Podcast with Colin Gray
"This bonus episode. I'm talking to one of my good friends. Colin gray of the podcast host dot com collins been writing about podcasting for over ten years. He's the creator of the popular editing software allah too and he recently published a book called podcast growth colin. Thank you so much for joining me on the show. Hey album thanks for having me on great to be here yeah. It's great to have you. yes it start. I just read the book. I love it. There's tons of actionable insights on how to grow your podcast audience. I guess i just like to hear why you and matt decided to write a book. Yeah actually i should give credit where credit student. Matthew put way more into this than i did so should really be here in the resume and lindsay harris real as well so hammond lindsay really lead on this and i contributed to so yeah i have to thank them for the reason we came up with the idea was really as we wanted to. We wanted to get something out there in the world. That was the next level podcasting so we the biggest question we always get launch. I'm sure that's the same with you as well album. Like people come along and see. How do i get my podcast out there in the world and ended disappear into the ether. And you you barely hear from them again. A next you know the podcast is defunct fallen off this fall by the wayside. This was really our attempt to answer that next question which people always struggle with which is how do i then make achieve those aims. I always wanted to you know how to make it work for me to grow that audience and i agree with advice out there. We have a lot on our website as well. But we really. We found that when we are working with people. When we're coaching people through takes just growth as a funny thing because it's long long-term espec- especially with podcasting. It takes a little bit every day. A lubbock every week a little bit on a regular basis is not one big thing. It's a little bit ongoing for a long term which makes it work. And that's really. The premise behind the book was the idea of just putting in as many different tasks many different activities as many different tactics. That can take anything from few minutes up a couple of hours but most of them are really short and actionable so that was kind of the idea behind it really to try and give everyone there one place to come to get as many different growth tactics the as as possible really will the book is broken like you said into dozens and dozens of these actionable tips and you explicitly right in the beginning. Say nobody should be trying to do everything in this book. Yeah so many tactics and it's very easy to see them and maybe get overwhelmed. I think he should do everyone. But really what you should be doing is flipping through and finding which of these i mean. Honestly they're going to end up being for you experiments. Do you want to try to see if it will resonate with your audience. Yeah absolutely and yeah. There's there's lots of different types as well so absolutely you could go in the way i see it working. Probably based as somebody picks up they have a flick through the pekka chapter. Possibly that seems to resonate with them. So something like. I am helping yourself by helping others or have we got here. We've got like user surveys of social media of communities that can thing so pick one of them even and actually just work through each of the tasks in that chapter one a week. And i think what a week we really well because it means that you've just got you've got your podcast making tame attack on an extra fifteen twenty minutes and you can do one of these growth tactics and start to grow and i think if you we we're we're not fans of hyperbole over the podcast kind of guarantee anything but if there's anything. I can guarantee if one of these tactics every week rebel year last by the end of that year your audience will be unrecognizable in terms of size and engagement and everything. So yeah i think. That's the intention dined.
"hammond" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"That'd be like, but they're all now you're saying aside. Handcuffed to the bed, the media, the tabloid. Okay. And I think too that you know. That sells though you know that the you know when tabloids Nina Zebari Mom's spent all this money. Should people people look into that? They want to know what the Hell's going on you know but Like my husband said you you know you can't judge his provides cover indefinitely not me because you know I can have made in my home can have folks. I could have all that but I do myself. I. Mean. I noted change on oil if I wanted to. I wax my car. You know. That that's just me I like to get dirty I liked to have fun I like to tend to my kids m you know but I feel that you had to be comfortable with yourself I warmest commune do anything else and walk everybody walked. It's a learning thing. You know it just didn't happen overnight. You know what? I'm saying but it's good. You know. I WANNA know how you change oil with those like fucking five inch now. Though. Dude I lay mall I have laid. By Loves on I mean I have good this shit and I I I, tell you this I don't enjoy cleaning toilets with piss around them but. I Make Fun of everything. I do so fuck I mean if I can video it while doing it I like it. You know like that's funding me. You know that people can see that you know what that is not real so. People want to be able to be real. And it will be no different for us and our podcast page if we were to go live. Well. You're cleaning out because people WANNA see that Kevin Employees are real people have to deal with the shit we got. You know we've got hit on the way. I've got eleven nine year old I got to pick up after every day. Same thing with you and you have a large fan base so that large Bambi Yours. Like logically want with. That, you are actually mom that you actually do this shit. Yeah you have a beautiful wife. You have a private point. You have fifteen closets all this shit bought. You'll be you're still. Alice in my kids did say this the boys? said. If I was to get an only fans page. Then they start calling me Nan. Ha. Fan. Hook me up with one year bitches mom one of your. Son Your only nineteen that's disgusting. Combined. Brian if you get an only ban, you leave the letter. MOPE promote that for you because. I I you know I do so much on my stories round like carnahan naked. Then sometimes I think to myself were shipped maybe I should do ans-. Naked to do any of that stuff you know and people ask me I get jams time about why don't you have it? You know you shouldn't do it but I don't know it. Just I don't know you know what a lot of people be you. Do, non nude right. Nine nude only fan. Yeah, and then no charge more. For its anti. Right. I work for work for me, but it would work for Nannette. Could have like a shower video where she nude church Boston make like fucking. Three thousand dollars five minute. Shower Room Yeah nobody wants. Walk in now. Dollars now shave. My. By any kind of. Any lives you know I just have a big imagination in my hedges spends of fun things like Oh my God. I would have so much fun. Just being myself like I'll be in my closet here and Be On my roller skates just singer would how about the at? Know. Yeah. Yeah. I. Love It. I. Love it like one time I swear I think it was up to like seven hours straight in my husband said I. Heard you that long roller skating around Miu when I roller skate on this will it's like a sidewalk and you know how there's dividends and stock while like every like. They're dividend. So it's not like it easy briefing to do. Yeah Yeah. When? You're. Pam weather. As they were car. Yeah Yeah. Yeah. I'm like in a Barbie Baseball Jersey. Know for baseball season now since it's gone on I guess. I got my head on I. Was the braves opening day the. In the Matt. A four blocks north where masks if you go to the game. You can't. Go can't go. You can't go to the game you know fan. Game. Like yesterday I was watching the Yankee Game Adm stadiums. So. Yeah. Yeah. It'll be gets what happens with the NFL now. With our schools around here they've all pretty much adapted a hybrid. Going into come. Do. So it looks like it'll be like two days on three days off. For one week. And then the following week, we three days on Asia. And then roadway. What do you think about the football? Do you think we'll have that or? I think they'll have to can't creepy. Cancel. then. Opening the school doing hybrid federal i. Yes I can. I season tickets to the raiders so You. Did you see that the the the owner of the raiders actually called him the be. Yeah YEP THEY'RE GONNA lose a lot of revenue. We said just. You know class the more I think the fucking I think the stadiums not right. Biggest. Just, like dancing. Stating. You think between the.
"hammond" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Like I can just go fuck off and. I watch her instagram. Now what I love about your instagram is is you are super into candy and sweets allies. Yeah person a normal person would look at you and be like Holy Shit. Is Super Gorgeous. She's got this co- s figure. She's beautiful. How can she? Plays. After she pours him all over boobs and then she's eaten a mop and having fun with them like what is I mean? It's gotTa be matter -Ation Right I mean you don't eat that Shit every day right? I. Know I mean I mean if you if you go through my home I I love Gandhi, I love pink gin decoration stuff but I'm not eating at twenty four seven but I do like it though. and. So does my dance because my mouth alone is probably been thousand dollars. Just. T- and filling shit. Teaser like. Scream I. Know we'll get a beautiful. Beautiful The best one was this is I went there two weeks ago. And in the morning, I had some liquorice. So. You. Used to. Funny because back back before he's married is like I couldn't afford. To so yeah yeah. Your teeth are I see? So I have like an infatuation with teeth like I used to always make sure. My cues were super. Y and you know since I've been going through everything I've been going through I've stopped buying all the teeth whitening, Shit. So I've just kind of kept it neutral and I look at your teeth I'm like faulk step on the way home tonight and got. Jesus those are like glaring off to scream am admiring them. Yeah. So you watch botched. You're on a couple of times yet or have you been on it again recently or no? Salt you consult for them at all. no. I haven't but I tell you what they're really nice. People. I enjoy I enjoyed the segment I enjoy the people and I joined the doctors you know they were they were Super Nice And it. Made me feel good because you know they said you know a lot of positive things about me N. Nothing negative. Basically saying that you know I was a breath of fresh air that you know. I. Team on and you know on not one of these people that get you know plastic surgery every other day you know I just went enhance what I have You know a a motor so. I feel good United Cio I. Don't feel forty six I. Literally feel when I tell you this like I'm still in my twenties I had that much energy I'm more energy the rockets. And? And I WANNA look. Yeah I mean that's That's me I mean, that's that's just you know what you see what you get I have flaws on not perfect by any means but yeah. But I, my shit, you know but I'm happy my skin and You know I support with my husband and I, think that has a lot to do with a two when you have support you know from your husband. Wise. A Lotta time. that. To say that somebody to say probably maybe I could be wrong I'm just saying from my point because I've been married before of you know you don't get that maybe seventy percent of women you know I mean they always have issues they gotta hydrate lie But my husband is. Open with him and you know I of course, when I do things like with playboy or anything like that nudity, I'd ask ask him verse. You know what his thoughts were. You know what I'm saying and He said go for it you know and. You know and and that made me feel good and just opened up a whole different thing with me were I would've never thought my age. You know being a nude not completely nude but you know not spread my legs and see my will but you know I still comfortable or not and I think it's awesome that you I feel bad at any age she do anything Angie when I'm fifty I may not still be naked and maybe a you know who knows what I mean. But that's me and you know people can judge whatever I two shits you know don't know. I'm sure there are people that go. I'd like to think I'm welcome home. I think you and they're looking at saying they look at your. Your husband. Probably the biggest supporter right you just you just explain the most part. I look at you. And I look at the tabloid and the magazines verticals that have been written me. All the focus is. A Bad Woman men at eight hundred thousand dollars looks like Barbie Bothering Blah. What they don't focus on. Is the fact that your family before Your idea they your your. Your desire. And at the end of the day. You're who you WANNA be regardless. It doesn't you're not. I don't look at a you're trying. To be, somebody you're. Not. You're doing what she's doing what she wanted for her and what she just said you know. We talked about a new segment about her family. And I my husband, our relationship strong honest with each other like. He's like, no so you know. When he's got a hot ask when? You Imagine Being Open Yeah Oh.
"hammond" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
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Now you all know nenet she was on before obviously she's spent well over half a million dollars on her body and her looks to achieve the look she wants to look like she's forty six. Can Hot she's got a great personality. She's fun to talk with them. We'd love having her on ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome our good friend Nanna Hammond. Jack. Phone I love. Action there we're talking, right. It's been so long since we've talked to you. I know what's up with that dude I, don't know. I can't say that we haven't talked because you and I have kept in touch. Pretty much throughout the whole time since we talked the first time. But you're busy busy woman you're down in New Orleans you're down in Miami. So. Tell me. Are you had given up on New Orleans and just going into Miami or what's happening? I'll tell you what with this Kobe, everything you know we had a place down there, but we didn't use it for like four months and You now, I I just wanted to change that I thought Miami via critical because I liked be half-naked all the time. In tons of my friends live down there and you know photo shoots in a lot of fun Staus. That ben drove my Barbie are to. New Orleans drove straight through only stop twice for gas and. The movers came moved the furniture and then got my Barbie car again drove to Miami and A place era love it and I'm happy I'm happy that we placed there now and You know my goal is. In three years. To their full time and still have our home near northern. So yeah it slowdown there. That's awesome. That's great and I know like we're playing phone tag back and forth you ransom you ran into some pretty nasty weather you're. A message like it's raining cats and dogs. That was. Your Lights your tech. Driving. Drives stickshift song. Like eight days so I didn't do all these things that once you know. Of course, you had to have your little experience with driving in the shooting you. GotTa listen to my eighties, my hair nations as I got that. That's right. I love your music choices. Absolutely love. The. I should have been like Martha Quinn you know. The best fucking DJ on. Radio Man I I know every song every every Jan every drumbeat everything. that. Makes me happy. You know you know what I love about you Nanna is you know you're happily married. You've got a great husband. You've got a beautiful family you just live life. You don't let anything bother you. You don't let the bullshit by the you know what some of your favorite, my favorite instagram posts that you put up are you when you were doing the dance like dancing in that one empty room when you were down in Miami. Just. Like. Look at her she's fucking knows close that was a cluster f you see k let me tell you something my movers did a frequent Hor will ask job. All my nature that came was damaged saw tattoo you know you it's out of your control you got to make the best of it. So sure when I was there still had no bed sleep on I was on a air mattress and I made the most of it. You know and that's right. You GotTa do you know I have on? Three I think my new neighbors back and forth naked, but you know in Serbia? Oh, they don't give a four. They don't give a fuck. Are you kidding me? They don't they don't care. But you have so. You're such a carefree spirit and that's what I love about you because. You know. So many people nowadays get. So bent out of shape about the stupidest bullsh- little things the little things absolutely you can't control like she said, you gotTa Roll with it just roll with it right? So you got you got. Your moving company fucked up and you just rolled with it and you're like, you know why you can't control it. So it happens and. Use. Right right. Out. Back your back home now obviously, I can see. Third Closet or whatever. On Sunday evening in. My next adventure is next week driving to Charlotte North Carolina my son. This will be as second a year at a UNC driving, they're getting him settled into his apartment and. City yeah. So you know I I, love to my husband says I'm crazy but I could I could fly my car could have transported to Miami but I don't know you know in people may think this matter me but I I can save Fuckin- money how I'm going to save money in. You know I enjoy driving it's just a time. For me it's kind of like yoga or something like that I've never done but just just it makes me feel good and it just GonNa. Why it's she's refreshing to me to drive and I like listening to my music and had slate S. and. You don't WanNa. Miss out any.
"hammond" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The Copa crisis Hammond says the loss of classrooms can amplify these problems dramatically what we see is that it may make some sense of normalcy and the students are able to practice and develop important communication skills with that face to face interaction you're also a big debate you're able to reflect the emotions of another person the weather there smiling or laughing or cheering up I think in a group setting we also seeing how the face to face interaction provide them with a sense of community and they're really able to build social connections because of the interaction and clinical director Terry Maxson says the pandemic in subsequent shutdown have thrown a wrench in our sense of routine the predictability of the well of what's going to happen next what is my world look like so you no longer looks very familiar to us it also undermines our sense of control over our lives in terms of I can master it because we don't know what we're mastering at this point and finally our sense of safety of security has been under by with the usual lifelines to friends and classmates caught in our sense of normalcy lost Hammond says mending matters is more important now than ever before we provide students at that place he really give their own story employees that space to validate their fears and concerns to talk about the law and to grieve every student that we work with has given us based kind of learning about the reasons for their response and they choose how to heal and I think that peace is so important we know that our current work with students that we are still able to support them even though it is virtual I understand that addressing student mental health needs of the complex and one size doesn't fit all October being very proactive and innovative and how will the bonding it also says a key component of the program is that it is student driven relying on youth ambassadors to advocate for fellow students we really wanted to be able to express and for us to listen to what they needed what was relevant to them and use innovative approaches that we've built mental health programs on the campuses so what we know now from the response that we're getting that this is really what students are looking for clinical director Terry Maxson says someone always needs help and urges people not to be afraid to speak up if you see something say something because somebody will be may depend on it currently the organization only works with specific school districts around San Diego county you can find resources for students that bending matters dot org Josh will lift and cocoa news news radio six hundred cocoa and I heart radio station southern caregiver resource center caring for those who care for others visit S. C. R. C. dot care your best source for the latest news soccer will wouldn't says they will only be providing guidance and advice now because he does open his schedule next week you want to have more covert related deaths than San Diego despite having around two million fewer people news radio six hundred cocoa news anchor in the queue the latest coronavirus numbers from the CDC estimates the one hundred thousand Americans will have died from the disease as of June the first this is the house passes a three trillion dollar cope with nineteen emergency spending bill it faces likely defeat in the Senate now for some good news in a sign that things may be getting better NASCAR returns this weekend it's going to be great for our American fans after all sports fans this is gonna be the first lab via first time we've been on the tracks is March eight and is this going to be exciting no practice no qualifying when.
"hammond" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education
"Whoever you are wherever you are and whatever it is you are catching some brain waves coming to you from the walls of our respective basements and bedrooms the only places our kids kind of leave us alone to get work done during the shutdown. I'm Becky Peters joined as always by Ben Cobb whose six-year-olds sent me a text the other day I almost died of happiness. It just said Hi. Becky very simple from Ben at said it was from his daughter. Grace and I felt so special just another example of how beautiful it can be to reach someone during quarantine. It doesn't have to be elaborate. Just a little hollow really put some sunshine in my day well. I'm glad she did that. Yes she has become pretty obsessed with texting people on my phone. So if you're in my contact list get ready for a text from grace. We've we've talked a lot on this show and as a family about the importance of connection and community and I just feel like that need is coming through more glaring than ever and I find myself just feeling way more like my cell phone. I'm actually talking to people whether it's on the phone over. Webex or across town on a podcast. Yeah I've noticed that too. I just like I think because I've spent much time in my head or just talking to my kids and my husband which doesn't take much effort. I'd just be who I am in front of them. But it feels like there's that extra layer of socializing that in some ways to find too I am in social situations that just hasn't been exercised in A. I'm already anxious about being around people again. I'm afraid I'm going to be like a mass because that's how my brain is But I'm trying make the most of it like we all are and in moments when I'm not taking care of my kids or in the survey the isolation blues that we're all experiencing. I've been doing a little bit more yoga and more intentional reading and processing of my books. So that's helped to give me a little bit more direction. I was reading a recent blog. Post yesterday from Ryan Holiday. He's the author of stillness key and a follower of stoic philosophy and he was really encouraging being intentional and accountable in our own habits. During this time in it's an interesting time I think to reset our habits like waking up early which terrible at like I just woke up at eight fifteen today. It's terrible said a routine exercise all that off the habits. I'm working on. I'm just GonNa keep it simple yoga and reading. What are you doing with your normal time? Ben It's weird because every day is different and I find myself with this new schedule going to my night owl tendencies because there. Isn't you know that six o'clock alarm clock? That's gone off but one thing I have started doing that I never would have guessed would be a good thing. Is that my wife's Erin. I had watched the nightly news. Every night is we're doing dishes we just put in a Bluetooth Phone and watch the nightly news and we found that we weren't actually learning anything new. You're just getting more and more panicked about things and so I've actually stopped watching the news and I'm trying to just read one or two articles a day to stay informed but not like focus on what's going on because it did feel a little bit sensational. That's something that's helping me be in a better place and then I've been trying to walk quite a bit so I think for the month of April. I average twenty thousand steps a day which is like a lot of steps. Yeah yes wendy walk. Usually when the kids go to bed I try to do like a nice little four mile. Walk and just listen to podcasts. Or just think it's been good. That's awesome man thanks for sharing. I think it's I think it's cool to share a personal habits. That are getting us through and have to share another cool story about reaching out and personal habits which with actually cool tap and a connection to today's interview our guest today is a Hammond. She's an educator author consult than who was generous enough to spend timeshare US her thinking of education during quarantine. Hold tight it's going to be awesome discussion But anyways something she mentioned during the interview that I didn't ask a follow up question on and I wanted to at the time so I reached out to her and I emailed her afterwards for clarification and this amazing woman not only took the time to write me back a really thoughtful response with links and resources but she also attached a six minute audio clip of her explanation of thinking using and castor. You could use voice memo whatever But I'll include it. Include some discussion on that during our takeaways at the end of the episode. It won't make much sense until we talk about it but I think the amount of care dedication and professional generosity that takes really just took my breath away. There's so many things about this complex world that I only understand small small corners of and having taking the time to personalized that responds to me really helped expand my understanding. And I think that'll stick with me for a long time. That doesn't surprise me. After talking to her. To hear how Jenner. She is with her time and with her thoughts and her brilliant mind. So That's pretty neat that you've got that special six minute audio. I don't I don't have anything from her except for this entire interview which was phenomenal. That we can't wait for you all to listen to our last thing before we dive into this interview with Zorana. Is that If you go online. There's a free study guide for her book. Culturally responsive teaching in the brain and that guide also comes with an email from zurita encouraging. You as a reader to set an intention before you read that book and we think that is just a great way to go ahead and hit. Any new. Learning is to be intentional with your learning. That's why we believe in learning targets as teachers that you need to be intentional. That nothing awesome happens by accident. Henry David Thoreau said in the end. We only what we aim for. So I think it's a great practice to set an intention for what you're hoping to get out of it and so we hope before we dive into this amazing interview with Saretta that you as a listener set an intention. What do you hope to get out of listening to this episode? You know that this episode is with Sarah Hammon who is an expert on culturally responsive pedagogy. And we talk about quarantine so think for a few seconds. What are you hoping to get out of listening here? All right. Do you have one awesome. Will we will dive in now. We're hoping that you come out with so much new understanding after this interview without further ado here she is been filling quarantine time with like some. I'm sure consulting but I've checked into a couple of those webinars that you've done and they've been phenomenal and I was just curious. What have been some interesting conversations that you've been having with educators during this time what kind of conversations have you been filling your days with? Well it's interesting Philly my day with Helping people see the opportunity in the crisis and one of the things that here around the equity conversation is somehow this can happen for poor kids or kids who historically have been marginalized Black Brown. Kids are disproportionately poor. We can't do coaching response to teaching here. This narrative that somehow the equity divide in terms of technology is the key Trying to help them rediscover in all of these conversations. I've been having. It's why felt motivated to do. The two webinars is that we still have forgotten the student. The student's center of learning all only the learner learns is my motto. So if we can help the student do what the brain naturally wants to do which is to learn. The brain is a learning machine it does not need to go to school to learn it learned. That's how we get better and move through life and start to make decisions and you know build relationships and do all the things that we do as human beings to build a quality life so hard. What distance learning right the whole cool closure thing? His exposed is where the fishers are in our system. Right where the cracks in in some places the chasms are between students who were able to learn independently if you give them a packet even pack as may not be fun but if I'm an independent learner by learning if I am a student who's been under developed in terms of capacity to be an independent learner and I don't mean just compliant learner. I mean someone who is curious knows how to grapple with things knows how to do. Some kind of Instinctive Research. This is not necessarily all you need to get on the computer. But we've got stuff around us so I wanted to engage people in the opportunity to pivot from what we don't have kids. Don't have or what families don't have to. Well what do they have? I use the example. All the time of Apollo thirteen movie by With Tom Hanks and famously you know chronicling held that whole Houston. We got a problem thing came about and in that very seen. There's a situation where they here the Houston. We've got a problem and the Ed Harris Character. Who's on the ground? He's talking with a younger engineers and he says go get the box. They're all trying to figure out. How do we solve this problem? He says only way you're going to solve. It is with the ingredients in the things they have access to so they had kept a box on the ground of all the things that the astronauts way up in the sky had access to and they saw the problem with that and then told them how they can actually solve their problem with what they had on hand. This is what we have to do during distance learning so the idea is that we can't replicate school at home and we shouldn't parents are always been children's. I teachers any any parent. Who's POTTY TRAINED TO CHILD KNOWS? Pedagogy just have word. The reality is help parents remember in in. If you're in a right relationship with them that you can do it as partners like I said one of the biggest things for educators to see. This is uncovering right. This is our stress test of all the relationship building Steph. We keep talking about all the cognitive development in higher order thinking. Is that really happening in schools? Are we deluding ourselves? Because when kids are back at home they are not able to do that. In a way that supports their continuous growth. Yeah I WANNA tie that into your apollo thirteen analogy which I thought was just beautiful. I feel like you could do a whole sixty minute. Pod On what that would look like for Teachers. The the ships in the air like they're not coming back down are. Do you have any suggestions? For what what could teachers do? Or how could they start that relationship with parents if they didn't have it already because I think that's such a great way of looking at it like thinking about all right? What does the parents have access to at home? And how can we make science cooking class? What if they if a teacher didn't have that relationship Started before we went into shelter in place. How might they develop that relationship now? Yeah I think the first thing I encourage teachers to do is let go of kind of their to do list checklists so cart verse part of that is just rebuilding or building. If it's for the first time authentically that relationship with the parent and what does that look like? That's first off asking the parent. How're you holding up? What can I do for you right? So the brain starts to respond. I'm going to be more open to building partnership with you if what I experience from you emotionally right from the brain that the dopamine and oxytocin get tangled on in this case. I need that oxytocin that since connection. That's why in Chapter Five. I talk about the trust generators so teachers need to think about Howard. They just carry for parents had they didn't secondly affirm that parent. You're the first teacher no matter how it's Goin. You're doing something to help. Kids keep using their brain. Every day may not be perfect. I call it the first pancake right. Nobody gets upset because the first pancake is Bert. Or one side gooey. Bauge on the other now my shed the kitchen down right. We'll just say okay. Cool let's see the state control that kitchen you know. That's but my point to you is dead these things so it's not going well but don't just like you need to do this. Parent parents are already feeling that there at the edge of their their best selves. Right trying to do it. All so acknowledged just. Hey you're doing something every day here. Three more suggestions. Hey let's get together. I don't see teachers getting together with parents. As Co teachers that would be really interesting. Here's the zoom late just for parents. Have your kids go do something. And let's get together and plan some you know. How can we Lincoln cooking here? The things I'm trying to do. What are your funds of knowledge and they co construct something so. I don't see that happening at all no in that at the same time. The fact that it doesn't happen means we only have one way we think about parents parent. I want to tell you to do this. We're doing the same thing with the distance learning parents. Here's the packet do this now. Parents gotTA figure it all out. That's not Collaborations that's not co construction. No and that's yet. That's why parents overwhelmed in like. I can't do all of this. But if if it was that conversation that call of. Hey here's what the you know here of my standard. What what could we do? That would be the buying would be so much fun and I think it would lessen the load on the teachers. Well I think so too. Thank you very very different and not about telling. It's about co constructing right in. Teachers have to move out of the telling parents things because parents are the first teachers and need to arm them row. I all of it. I just want to hear you say that I'm GonNa play that on. Replay like fifty times..
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"hammond" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"hammond" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is just kind of feeling for Hammond one to check in with them and see how he's doing but as far as the team goes to the got to move forward plug the holes as the expectations do not change Jordan Montgomery hobbies the expected to step up and fill a bigger role to our bigger role now in the rotation could see the likes of John from allies ago Louis cesa David Garcia Michael king some of the names that you'll start to hear now over the course of spring training says it to toss a scoreless inning and yesterday's four one at spring training victory over the blue jays split squad yet the Mets losing to the Tigers nine six Michael Walker though solid in his spring debut couple scoreless innings and Tim Tebow blasted an opposite field two run Homer as boomer mention at the Coliseum great atmosphere Rangers did blow a three one lead in the third period Brock Nelson with a late equaliser in the at the end of regulation to force O. T. but the Rangers when at forty three and because of that a jet goal set up by Artemi Panarin who also scored earlier in the game is thirty second goal of the season Alexander your give forty two saves that's H. straight road wins for the Rangers new franchise record they're in the playoff race for back in the blue jackets with three games in hand for head coach David Quinn was also a great position and I joke with the book I don't know how many people we thought would be in this position right so we are in nobody inside the walls of a Lockyer was surprised and neither is the staff came to yeah you know they came together a lot of work to do yet in the last six day weeks they've really played exceptionally well you know one of the founders get healthy man who knows maybe maybe we get around arranger playoffs here somewhere along the line I would have probably been this third round second or third round but right exactly unless the standings really have quite a change over the course of the next couple of weeks range will be a Montreal tomorrow night they get a big home and home with the flyers over the weekend the devils did beat the red wings four to one they won seven out of ten Cory Schneider picked up his first win in about eleven miles I am getting back on track redwing sock yeah they do that is so that is a fair point Mar an NHL hockey yes one update that I've seen as the through the night things start to come through on this NFL the CBA negotiation of the players so she shin owners did agree to remove that two hundred fifty thousand dollar cap on the seventeenth game check my listing contracts for exit okay I think I side effects about a hundred and fifty players you have current contracts that cap the penalties can be taken away if this deal gets agreed upon by both sides all right so that dad takes care of the higher end of the players right to lower end of the players are getting a ninety thousand dollar bond to the minimum salary yes the question is now what is a seventeen game season look like does it have to bias that will get the extra playoff teams which I'm all in favor of they'll probably be what two preseason games is that we're looking at I'm not I don't know if I've seen definitively two or three but I we know that this is going to be places and I I don't know I don't know if tomorrow is actually this weekend or not I'm not sure last weekend in February so I I know we'll have new playoff teams this year but the good news seventeen game schedule problem twenty twenty one twenty twenty twenty and I'm not I I I based on what I've read so far and obviously this is all fluid and changing I don't know that they have said definitively that the new playoff structure will kick in this year at least not publicly right it could or could be pushed to twenty twenty one I'm hearing that it would be there about ten yeah the other thing which is a that I've also heard is that that seventeenth game would be played it would be in a conference game so you'll you'll no matter what right no man no matter what so you'll you'll play your normal amount of conference games but you'll have one more fifth game versus the other conference and I don't know how they'll determine what that came as long okay not necessarily in week what would be eighteen I guess right not necessarily the hotline I think what they'll do is in the final two weeks of the the regular season like they've done the last few years you know within the division I like that and that makes sense yep here's giants head coach Joe judge from the scouting combine yesterday as we outlined he's not calling players by name publicly there's no depth chart of starters he stopped short of a new meeting Daniel Jones as the franchise quarterback and he doesn't know how it all sound.
"hammond" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yeah I'm fine I'm pretty far from okay are you okay Hammond night hammer are you okay with this column Cabernet accuse officially weighed in on the U. S. Iran situation quotes this was from Twitter Collins Twitter account quote there is nothing new about American terrorist attacks against black and brown people for the expansion of American imperialism America is always saying shin and besieged black and brown bodies both at home and abroad are you okay with this what do you think I'm going to no I'm not okay with this all right where do we begin here first of all it might take away from this is white man bad white man's always going to be bad according to common capping doesn't matter what happens doesn't matter what you do white man back number two is Mister Capranica aware of all of the black and brown people that stole money has killed and murdered and maimed over the course of a number of years does that come into play here at all because this was a terrorist the United States took out the terrorist innocent people did not die in this there were no soldiers at rest white black or brown somebody that used to blow up brown people is no longer a problem and number three for calling Capranica to act like he cares so much about people does he understand where his shoes get made because he's got a big Nike endorsement and last time I checked a lot of the product for Nike including the brand that Colin Kaepernick is able to sell or made in horrible conditions sweatshops overseas using slave labor so for a guy that likes to work to can take T. shirt to NFL workouts he himself in theory is a slave owner if you think about it it's his queue if his brand and the slaves are making it overseas bite me Hey Leri okay with this front derangement syndrome the NFL playoffs addition are you ready let's go after the patriots lost author John paddled it's tweeted this quote this is a small foretaste of the joy coming the day trump is gone my patriot all I'm not okay with this because these lunatics and again this was author John Pavel of its puts out all these books and he's been on the best sellers list before he can't enjoy of football game without thinking about Donald Trump if that's how strong the TD esses the trump derangement syndrome he can't enjoy the patriots a losing without having Donald Trump in his mind because he put that tweet out as soon as the game ended which tells me no matter what happens in life Donald Trump is in the back of his mind the TDS is strong with this one all right when we come back we'll check in with the twenty twenty candidates yeah you know how college football has like national signing day with his high school kids sign their letter of intent to go to colleges well apparently today was endorsement day lot of endorsements being made we'll talk about that now only in the forest can you see this and this yes but nothing beats the moment you see all your child's eyes opening up to a world of possibilities.
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"A discount on your four order this week soya myself have the opportunity to sit down with the two thousand eighteen playboy playmate of the year she's appeared in many any many playboy issues and I think she has another one coming up in November if I remember correctly also has something coming up that she wasn't able to let's say in the episode so we'll be watching for that she's known as the Human Barbie doll she spent close to five hundred thousand dollars to perfect her body in man is damn close to Perfection so ladies and gentlemen let's give a warm welcome to Nannette Hammond Yeah Ma way hey but they can appreciate Hammond how are.